In April, the Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) issued bulletins requesting insurance carriers operating in Oklahoma to provide flexibility and possible relief options for Oklahoma consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Bristow, and Sen. James Leewright, R-Bristow, have announced bills backing law enforcement by making the profession more attractive to join and stay in across Oklahoma.
Here is a look at Tuesday's headlines
- CPS rolls out plan for ‘return’
- Friends on Frisco fires up Friday
- SportChassis ‘grows’ into new business operation
- Rolled box trailer closes I-40 lane
- Clinton 12U reaches state
- Martha Kelley obituary
Clinton Public Schools has released a 14-page draft on how the district will manage the day-to-day operations of in-person, traditional classes when school opens on Aug. 13. The “Return-to-Learn” plan includes details on sanitation protocols, on how any positive COVID-19 cases will be handled, and everything in between.
Clinton Chamber of Commerce will hold its second “Friends on Frisco” (FOF) event this week, from 5-9 p.m. Friday at Sixth and Frisco in downtown Clinton. The familyfriendly community gatherings will be held on the last Friday of the month through September.
A 24-foot box trailer rolled over just after noon Sunday on I-40 at the 73 mile marker.
Deputy assisted Clinton Police Department on a domestic call in the 200 block of E. Modelle.