As the opioid epidemic raged on in 2018, dialogues swirled around who to blame for the crisis and how to cut opioids from the treatment narrative. While opioids have long
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Clinton residents wanting to rid their homes and properties of trash, yard waste and other unwanted debris may do so for free at the town’s annual city-wide cleanup event to be held on Friday and Saturday. Hazardous waste materials will not be accepted.
A body found April 11 in a wooded area near the Phillips Lane Apartments in southwest Clinton has been confirmed as that of local resident Brian Denney, 46, who had been missing since April 1, Police Chief Paul Rinkel said late Monday afternoon.
The Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association will host Beef Quality Assurance Training on Friday, May 3 at Heritage Place in Oklahoma City.
Attorney General Mike Hunter released the following statement after a hearing in the state’s case against opioid manufacturers, where Cleveland County District Judge Thad Balkman ruled the state’s public nuisance claim will be tried before him, rather than a jury.
With a May 17 deadline approaching, the group “Pheasants and Quail Forever” is encouraging farmers and ranchers to consider utilizing a federal program that provides financial and technical assistance to establish habitat that benefits monarch butterflies, pollinators and other wildlife.