The Clinton Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for the Route 66 Festival, which will be held Saturday, May 25, on Memorial Day Weekend. Vendors are encouraged to sign up

Three Weatherford residents were reported by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol to have been critically injured in an auto accident at 2:26 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 40 at or just east

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Capt. Forrest Valentine checks traffic at S. Fifth Street and Hayes Avenue behind the Clinton fire station as he drills his crew on use of the department’s high-pressure ladder truck.

Owners of the three Clinton stores where employees failed alcohol compliance checks earlier this month when they sold alcohol to minors, will be offered retraining for all their staff, said

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Speaking with the Clinton Daily News Thursday on the day a synopsis of the attorney general’s investigation into President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign was released to the public, Sen.

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A mass of Christian burial will be held for Melissa Diane Kamphaus, 34, of Tuttle and formerly of Clinton, at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. John Nepomuk Catholic Church in

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

A special dedication ceremony of the Anadarko Post Office mural stamp will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 30 at the post office, 120 S. 1st St. in Anadarko.

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Briley D. Baca was one of 126 students at Southwestern Oklahoma State University to be honored at an Academic Recognition ceremony and reception on the Weatherford campus. Other Clinton students

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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

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