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The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes has announced that a significant expansion and renovation is planned at the George Hawkins Memorial Treatment Center (GHMTC) in Clinton, and to kick off the project a groundbreaking ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 1, at the facility.

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Darean Tyler works through his Vesper’s lesson at “Talk & Stuff.” The after-school program is held for pre-teens the first and second Wednesday afternoons of each month during the school year at Clinton’s First Baptist Church.

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No one was injured, but a 2016 Oklahoma Highway Patrol cruiser with only 40,000 miles on it sustained heavy damage when it was hit by an allegedly drunk driver while Trooper Travis Hale was stopped with another vehicle on Interstate 40.

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A Clinton park without a name now has one, and Clinton firemen and sheriff’s deputies have agreed to maintain it and keep playground equipment there in working order.

The park is the one on the north side of Clinton Middle School, at N. Ninth Street and Nowahy Avenue.

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Southwest Elementary fourth-graders who will be starring in the school’s musical production of “Aladdin” are Kenden West, front bottom; and, from left, Brylie Driskill, Scout Acosta, Olivia Campbell, Diamond Gaston, Ryder Adams, Ethan Lofland and Jorge Martinez Favela.

Even though Gov. Kevin Stitt has signed Senate Bill 868 into law, making it legal to grow industrial hemp in Oklahoma, Cordell farmer Bill Kern said nothing has really changed — yet.

The Senate approved legislation Wednesday to allow school districts to take action to address drivers unlawfully overtaking school buses. House Bill 1926, by Sen. Ron Sharp and Rep.

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Sophomore artist Silvia Pinedo views the self-portrait collage piece she created in her Clinton High School art class.

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