Tuesday’s election saw both propositions on the ballot pass handily thanks to Clinton voters.

Two people, a man and a woman, were shot to death Sunday night at an apartment house in the 300 block of S. Sixth Street in Clinton. The victims were

High winds, cold blast batter Clinton

Ross Foster, left, helps customer Tawlene White brave Monday’s wild winds, trying not to get blown away while walking through a parking lot.

Johnson’s work at CHS earns national recognition

Clinton High School Family and Consumer Science (FACS) teacher Sherrie Johnson has once again brought national recognition to Clinton, this time by being named winner of the National Association of

WOCS Hamburger Fry Friday

Western Oklahoma Christian School students, from left, Alayna Floyd, Graham Murray, Danny Barrios and Claire Lind are helping out for the school’s annual Hamburger Fry, to be held from 11

An Altus woman was killed and a Hobart man critically injured in weekend automobile accidents investigated in this area by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. Dacia Easter, 46, of Altus, was

In 1969, journalist Seymour Hersh broke the story of the My Lai Massacre in Vietnam over The Associated Press wire service. In 1979, President Jimmy Carter ordered a halt to