Michael Anthony Breaux, 57, of Clinton, is wanted on multiple charges of aggravated trafficking in illegal drugs according to an affidavit by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics filed on Jan. 20 in which Breaux is identified as a significant associate of a local drug trafficking network in an investigation that began May 31.

The Custer County Sheriff’s Office will soon have a new phone system installed after the Custer County Board of Commissioners moved to approve a new contract with Nobel Systems to upgrade the office’s existing phone system.

Red Tornado Boy and Girl announced

Clinton High School seniors Matthew Nguyen and Joanna Venegas have been selected as the CHS Red Tornado Boy and Girl for the month of January.

The Washita Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) held its monthly meeting Jan. 9 at Café Clinton. The meeting opened with the DAR ritual along with the saying of the Pledge of Allegiance, The American’s Creed, the Preamble to the Constitution, the Oklahoma Flag Salute and a patriotic song.

MORRISVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Authorities say a skull found on banks of the Delaware River in Pennsylvania more than 3 1/2 decades ago has been identified as that of a man long believed slain in New Jersey along with his girlfriend, whose body had been found in the river on the New Jersey side the previous year. The Bucks County district attorney's office said Monday that detectives and a private forensic DNA laboratory identified the skull found on the banks of the river in Morrisville in 1986 as that of Richard Thomas Alt, 31, last seen by his parents on Christmas Eve in 1984 and reported missing to Trenton police in early 1985.

In 1958, Explorer 1 was launched, marking the first successful launch of an American satellite into orbit.

GENEVA (AP) — The coronavirus remains a global health emergency, the World Health Organization chief said Monday, after a key advisory panel found the pandemic may be nearing an 'inflexion point' where higher levels of immunity can lower virus-related deaths.