Grady Dlugonski, a fifth-grader at Western Oklahoma Christian School, pulls back the hour hand on a clock to demonstrate that when Daylight Saving Time ends at 3 a.m. Sunday, it’s time to “fall back.”
With Christmas just 53 days away now, the Clinton Chamber of Commerce Retail Committee will hold its annual Christmas Open House on Thursday, Nov. 7, Friday, Nov. 8, and Saturday, Nov. 9.
Yesterday, Nov. 1, Oklahomans became subject to 324 new laws that they weren’t subject to the day before.
A Clinton woman helping a friend move apparently got a tank of spoiled gasoline for her effort.
Clinton Public Schools has released a new smartphone app intended to make it easier for the community to keep track of what’s going on in the schools.
Attorney General Mike Hunter released the following statement after Oklahoma County District Judge Don Andrews’ ruling that denied the plaintiffs request for a preliminary injunction that would have prevented the constitutional carry law from going into effect on Nov. 1.
Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, Nov. 3, and that means longer, colder nights are ahead. When the time comes to “fall back,” many homeowners are ready to hunker down and crank up the heat. But when DST ends, the sun doesn’t have to set on lower electricity bills.
Close to 500 new volunteer firefighters have joined rural fire departments four years after legislation that eliminated the age limit for new volunteers took effect Nov. 1, 2015, said House Majority Leader Mike Sanders (R-Kingfisher).