Fashion police given night off

Clinton Chamber of Commerce members pooled together their assortment of “ugly” Christmas sweaters to welcome customers during Tuesday night’s Festival of Lights. Pictured front, from left, are Katie Smith, Angie

On Monday, incumbents in the Clinton, Arapaho-Butler, Weatherford and Thomas-Fay-Custer school districts had filed to run again for their seats on the Board of Education. As of mid-day Tuesday, no

In 1639, Jeremiah Horrocks observed the first recorded transit of Venus, which occurs when Venus passes directly between the sun and the Earth. In 1881, the first edition of the

Warm wishes

Clinton High School junior Hannah Garner holds prayer knot blankets made by her and other members of Key Club for the Mission House.

Thanksgiving is over. We have counted our blessings and we cleared out the leftovers. Now, we begin the frantic rush to prepare for Christmas and New Year’s celebrations and family

Sen. Ron Sharp, R-Shawnee, filed two bills recently to continue his efforts to improve administrative and financial accountability of Oklahoma’s virtual and brick-and-mortar charter schools. “As legislators, it’s our job

An organization called People Not Politics is pushing for a referendum to change how Oklahoma draws its legislative district map. Opponents of the proposal have sued to stop the petition

‘Losers’ are big winners

Nance teachers, from left, Tasha Jefferson, Danielle Sawyer and Julie Adkinson are named winners of the school’s “biggest loser” competition.

Arapaho student collects dona

Student Reagan Schoeppach is seen with Grace Living Center resident Cynthia Walker as she drops off donations for the facility’s Bingo Cabinet. Residents play for “bingo bucks” that they can