Spelling Bee winners

Washington students who will compete in February’s regional spelling bee include, from left, Mia Vazquez, Hazel Yelloweagle and Cooper Young.

Legislation was filed this session to protect email users’ data from being collected by corporations. House Bill 2810, dubbed “The Oklahoma Email Communication Content Privacy Protection Act,” would make it

The Masonic Fraternity of Oklahoma is again partnering with the South Western Oklahoma Development Authority (SWODA) Area Agency on Aging (AAA), along with other Area Agencies on Aging across the

Clinton police are investigating a report of animal cruelty that surfaced following a video being posted on social media that showed a young person torturing a small puppy. According to

Artists’ team

Jonathan Lopez, left, and Tanis Martinez work on an art project at Clinton High School.

Bookworm catches reading bug

Jeanette Stone, left, an avid participant in the library’s Winter Reading Program, checks out yet more books assisted by librarian Beverly Thomason. In the background is librarian Theresa Simmons. The

State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax announced that all county election boards in Oklahoma have sent absentee ballots to uniformed services and overseas voters ahead of the deadline for the

One more right-of-way needed for construction of the big Lawter Road project at the north edge of Weatherford has been obtained, County Commissioner Kurt Hamburger announced at Tuesday’s meeting of

The last cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) Oklahoma’s state retirees received was in 2008 yet living expenses have continually increased. The Vice Chair of the Senate Insurance and Retirement Committee, Sen. Ron

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