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Even the railroads have had their fill of rain. “It really needs to stop raining for a bit. When you operate a railroad, probably one of the main issues is

A woman’s desire for her 1-year-old toddler to see its dad for Father’s Day ended in double felony charges against the father. He was charged with child abuse and domestic

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Summer Playground students, from left, Ashley Garcia, Kamriana Bennett and Alexa Hoffman are captured mid-air while taking a coordinated backwards leap into the swimming pool at McLain Rogers Park.

Clinton Veterans Center residents will receive a special guest next week when Gold Star Mother Cathy Powers visits the center at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. Powers is making her way

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The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA) has recognized Clinton CPA Elaine Fransen for being an active member of that organization for 50 years, and presented her with a

FRIDAY JUNE 21 SENIOR EVENT: Grocery shopping. For a ride call (580) 309-3467. 8:30 a.m. DANCE: American Legion dance at the Legion Hall on U.S. 183, entry by donation. 6:30

In 1788, New Hampshire ratified the U.S. Constitution and became the ninth state. In 1898, U.S. troops captured the island of Guam. In 1982, John Hinckley was found not guilty

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Pastor Wilma Jackson, left, and volunteer Verlan Womack point to a sign that was made to advertise H.O.S.T. Ministries’ available community services. The church outreach will soon include an intensive

The Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation (OCF) is utilizing their permanent Natural Disaster Relief Fund to foster charities to aid cattlemen affected by on-going flooding and severe weather throughout Oklahoma. Oklahoma AgCredit