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A new program being rolled out by the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs will provide transportation for veterans in rural areas who need help getting to and from medical appointments,

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Attendees at a recent meeting of the Republican Women committee included, front row from left, Sheryl Franco, Claudia Eagan, Mary Ann Shepard and Gail Sheperd; and back row, Tommy Caviness,

The State Election Board completed its statutorily-mandated, biennial voter list maintenance this week. The process removed 3,030 duplicate voter registrations and 88,276 inactive voter registrations from Oklahoma’s voter rolls. The

 

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Clinton Public Farmer’s Market is returning this summer, but a “new and improved” version is being planned for this year. It will be held weekly instead of bi-weekly, and will

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Shane Steigman, left, gets help from Terry Jackson loading an old freezer and tree limbs onto a trailer in preparation for Clinton’s city-wide cleanup. From 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

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Arapaho-Butler Elementary students getting ready for the school’s annual pancake supper include, from left, William Helvey, Presley Littke, Riley Reed, Madalin Lockhart, Zoey Howenstine, Paxton Fike, Ryder Coleman and Jett

Churches in Clinton and Arapaho will celebrate Easter on Sunday. Following are some of the special events and worship services being planned for this weekend. EASTER EGG HUNT 10:30 a.m.

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