FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 DANCE: American Legion dance at the Legion Hall on U.S. 183, entry by donation. 7 p.m - 10 p.m. MEETING: Clinton AA meets in the basement of

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At a fire fighter leadership training session in the Clinton Fire Department’s conference room are, from left, John Burrows, OSU fire training services instructor; Lt. Caleb Moore, CFD; Lt. D.J.

In 1788, Congress chose New York City as the temporary federal capital. In 1971, state police and National Guard soldiers stormed Attica Correctional Facility in New York, bringing a four-day

The Clinton Police Department with assistance from the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics arrested five people and cited another for drug charges Thursday


-Voters will be asked to keep half-cent tax
-Virtual medicine coming to schools
-Woman charged in large forgery
-Clinton, Hall set for ranked bout
-Plus see local pictures 

A half-cent Clinton sales tax that was passed in 2015 will be continued for 25 years to 2044 if voters approve. By a 4-0 vote, the Clinton City Council on

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Clinton School District nurse Sheffield Southall has a new tool this year to help students avoid unnecessary days off from school, and it will also help busy parents avoid unnecessary

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As Clinton High School teacher Sandra Roulet directs the Advanced Choir during the school’s “100 Years of Football Celebration,” teacher Debbie Carlisle kneels while holding a microphone to record students,

Clinton resident Roselyn Rodriguez, 50, has been charged with forging a $3,500 check from an Edmond land company that was made out to C. Beaty Oil & Gas, LLC, of