WEDNESDAY JUNE 5

SENIOR EVENT: Quilting at the Senior Citizens Center. This event is open to all seniors. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

MEETING: Al-Anon New Beginnings will be hosted at First United Methodist Church in Clinton. Noon.

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Washita Chapter DAR members who recently attended a rededication ceremony for a former member, Lura Hollar, at Custer City’s Masonic Cemetery are, from left, Ellena Womack, Nancy Lisle, Evelyn Hart, Rose Millspaugh, Mareen Hallmark, Phillys Stevenson, Darlyne Seal, Linda Stewart, Doris Mi

Storm victims with insurance will be protected after a bulletin was issued by the Oklahoma Insurance Department. The bulletin directs all insurance companies to keep coverage in effect for storm victims for the next 30 days.

Hundreds of people in Oklahoma prisons may be released in time for the holidays this year after passage of a new law that will retroactively reduce some felony convictions to misdemeanors.

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Girl Scouts and adults who helped with this year’s post office food drive are, front row from left, Enrique Izaguirre, Jackie Izaguirre, Rossalyn Simpson, Beth Hansen, Brylie Driskill, Kalyssa Staggs, Adrean Rodriquez, Reagan Marshall and Bree Harding; middle row, Susan Blount, Mandy Dris

For those wanting to learn more about growing herbs and succulents, an Herb and Succulent Festival will be held from 9 a.m. until noon Saturday at the Oklahoma State University Botanic Garden.

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced the affirmative preliminary determination in the antidumping duty (AD) investigation of imports of mattresses from China, finding that exporters from China have dumped mattresses in the United States at margins ranging from 38.56 to 1,731.75 percent.

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Clinton Public Schools employee Mark Goucher paints the bookshelves inside the Reds Reading Wagon, the van he helped convert into a mobile library for the district. Behind him are CPS educators Vanessa Perez, left, and Stephanie Hime.

Now that the grace period has passed for current businesses manufacturing or selling food products infused with or containing CBD and/or medical marijuana to obtain their food licenses, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) will have inspectors making visits to ensure compliance with the

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