Students from Clinton High School are organizing a day of service and offering to do general yardwork for elderly Clinton residents or anyone who may not be able to do it themselves. They’re asking people who would like the service to contact them before Saturday, Nov.

Federal prisons evidently do have room for more inmates

A Clinton man who allegedly ridiculed a sheriff’s deputy last February for threatening to charge him with a felony because, in his opinion, the prisons were too full already, was sentenced Thursday to seven years in federal prison.

The subject is Jason Scott Pedro, 37.

The Washita Chapter NSDAR and Star Spangled Quilters of Arapaho will host a Quilts of Valor ceremony at 2 p.m. Monday in the Clinton Veterans Center recreation hall. The public is invited to attend, said organizers.

The Board of Education of Western Technology Center School District has announced that statutorily qualified individuals interested in running as a candidate for the No.

Lifesaving skills taught by experts

At a health fair held recently at AllianceHealth Clinton, James Livingston, left, Sinor EMS, and Michelle Addington, Sinor EMS director, showed people how to administer CPR.

In 1801, the first New York Post newspaper was published.

In 1841, the first underwater tunnel was completed beneath the Thames River in London.

In 1907, Oklahoma was admitted as the 46th U.S. state.

EDMOND Bradford, R. Lucille: 93, died Nov. 12. Services 11 a.m. Monday, Edmond Road Baptist Church (Crawford Family, Edmond). NORMAN Gentry, Jerry M.: 80, died Nov. 11. Services 2 p.m. Saturday (DeArman, Sulphur). OKLAHOMA CITY Guthrie, Marian: 88, died Nov. 11. Memorial services 2:30 p.m.

The Southwestern Oklahoma State University College of Pharmacy’s Phi Lambda Sigma chapter will host the 6th annual Chemical Dependency Seminar from 6-8 p.m. Monday in the SWOSU Fine Arts Center Auditorium in Weatherford.