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Andy Velasquez and Audrina Trout work on a science project in Robin Rodriquez’s class at Washington Elementary. The students are using a precision scale to weigh the materials they will use in their work.

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Participating in a discussion about an “our town” simulation in their fifth grade class at Washington Elementary are, from left, Jayden Potter, Rielon Woodford, Lillian Heerwald and Azreal Fierros.

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Dominik Villanueva carries a flag down the field in the Tornado Bowl before the Red Tornadoes’ win against Woodward.

Grants are now available to help communities across the state manage and improve their forests. Oklahoma Forestry Services, in conjunction with the U.S. Forest Service and the Oklahoma Urban and Community Forestry Council, is accepting applications through Nov.

Five Clinton people were arrested and a sixth cited early Thursday morning as the result of a drug investigation which culminated at a house on the west end of Frisco

After deciding last month to postpone a vote on a school bond issue, at this week’s meeting of the Clinton School Board members tentatively decided to hire an independent, outside

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In Robin Rodriquez’s science lab at Washington Elementary, Leila Pete is fitting her eye protection. The students are being taught how to properly use the tools of science.

The Clinton juvenile picked up Monday for having a gun on school property has admitted to the allegation, police said in a news release issued Thursday. Officers quickly identified the

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