While Clinton police continued to investigate a slew of burglaries Wednesday, they and their compatriots at Weatherford also were busy dealing with other crimes. Late submissions to the District Attorney’s

Candidates Keylee Frans, left, and Jenny Quisenberry will appear before judges this evening at Nance Rotary Park, where they will compete for Clinton Roundup Club Rodeo Queen 2019. Winners will

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is asking the public for help in developing its 2020-2045 Long Range Transportation Plan, and is requesting that as many Oklahomans as possible fill out

Clinton United Fund held its annual budget meeting this week, where board members decided on a funding goal of $43,500 for 2019-2020 and how those funds would be spent during

One race has been established and potentially a new councilman anointed if all holds true in the filings for the two spots on the Clinton City Council. Patch McComas filed

In 1863, Union troops led by Col. Robert Gould Shaw and the African American soldiers in the 54th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry attacked Fort Wagner in South Carolina. In 1936,

The official filing period for two Clinton City Council seats ended at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Custer County Election Board.


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Talking about books in a vendor booth at Foss Lake’s Christmas in July event are, from left, bookstore owner Josephine Schenewolf, of Clinton; Barbara Findley and Jo Andazola, both of Butler.