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The official ribbon-cutting for Clinton High School’s “dream kitchen,” funded by a grant from Farmers Insurance, was attended by community members and Farmers officials including, from left, James Chaplin, Paula

With storm season here, Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready is asking Oklahomans to get ready. The Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) is launching the “Get Ready” initiative this month to encourage people

Maritza Barrientos and Maritza Ramirez Garcia to Efrain Ramirez Garcia, QCD. Lots 7 and 8, Blk. 16, Clinton Original Town-site. Phillip R. Payne and Judy F. Payne to Phillip Payne,Trustee

Oklahoma’s public Pre-K program scored among the top eight states in the nation in a new report from the influential National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER). In “The State


-Seven federal drug warrants served locally
-ODVA to provide transportation for veterans
-Kern, Schneider buried Clintonites for nearly half a century
-Clinton wins Woodward Tourney title
-Whitney balancing it all in final month
-Plus see local pictures 

Lawmen from six agencies rounded up seven people in Clinton on federal drug warrants Tuesday morning. Those arrested were mainly from Clinton and in their 30s but also included one

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A new program being rolled out by the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs will provide transportation for veterans in rural areas who need help getting to and from medical appointments,