Reading garden gets a makeover

Working in the reading garden at Nance Elementary are, from left, maintenance crew member Brian Newman, Praizley Torres, Harley Hullett, Dean Lund, Kaylee Western, Camden Stahorn and Xzavier Fuentes.

A Clinton man who allegedly hit a bicyclist on purpose with his pickup is facing charges of assault, battery, or assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and leaving the scene of an accident involving injury.



MEETING: Al-Anon New Beginnings will be hosted at First United Methodist Church in Clinton. Meets every Saturday. 9 a.m.



Community comes out for pancakes

Clinton High School students helping out at Kiwanis Club’s Pancake Day are, from left, Katie Cardenas, Jessica Jefferson, Mindy Sawatzky and Emily Stephens.

Oklahoma high school graduates’ scores on the ACT college-readiness exam declined in every subject this year, according to a report released recently.

Most colleges use ACT or SAT scores as part of admissions requirements.

Walk-in patients get checked out

At AllianceHealth Clinton’s health fair this week, Naomi Hartford, RN, and Chelsea Kelley, RN, administer blood pressure and blood glucose tests to patient Nicole Thomas.

State Treasurer Randy McDaniel has announced that for a second consecutive month, October Gross Receipts to the Treasury are up by less than one percent compared to the prior year, suppressed by falling oil and gas production tax and sales tax collections.

Sitting is a part of daily routines and nearly impossible to avoid. Whether during your daily commute, working hard at your desk or watching your favorite TV show on the couch, sitting can provide relief and give you the opportunity to relax.

Here's your headlines for Friday's Clinton Daily News

- Gifted fire truck will cost Clinton $88,000 to fix up

- USDA to attend area hemp meeting

- Semi load of eggs fried west of town

- Volunteers for veterans sought

- Foy Littleton Obituary