Spanish students sharing talents

Spanish students at Clinton High School are using their knowledge of the language to engage the community and expand their own horizons in the process. In addition to planning events

The Declaration of Candidacy filing period for open school board seats in four Custer County school districts closed at 5 p.m. Wednesday, with no one besides the incumbents themselves electing

A 15-year-old Cordell boy was killed at 6:48 p.m. Wednesday in a single-vehicle accident on a Washita County road southeast of Cordell. Because of his age, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol

One-man parade float

Blake Clausen gives a ride to The Grinch at Tuesday’s Festival of Lights Parade.

For the first time in more than two and a half years, monthly Gross Receipts to the Treasury are less than collections from the same month of the prior year

According to the National Retail Federation, 41.4 million people shopped exclusively online last year from Thanksgiving Day to Cyber Monday. While online shopping offers up a convenient way to purchase

Any time can be the right time to enjoy memorable moments with family members, but the holidays present a special opportunity to have meaningful conversations and interactions with loved ones.

New NHS superintendent installed

An Overlook and Trail ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site (NHS) and its new superintendent, Kevin Young, was installed. Dignitaries on hand to celebrate

FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 GROUP MEETING: Custer Health Action Team meets at Red Rock Behavioral Health in Clinton. Call Gary Albert (580) 583-4280. 1 p.m. DANCE: American Legion dance at the

 

-Weatherford man charged with beating
-Light Festival ‘best one yet’
-Filing period closes
-Heerwald on zoning board
-Clinton loses openers to Boomers
-Red Tornadoes fight tough in loss at No. 1 Tuttle 
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