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Sixth-grade students in Sha Carpenter’s science class at Arapaho-Butler show off 3D atomic models made from recycled materials after researching an element on the Periodic Table. Pictured, front row from

TUESDAY JUNE 4 STORY TIME: Clinton Public Library holds its weekly story time for young children. For additional information call (580) 323-2165. 10 a.m. MEETING: Clinton AA meets in the

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Arapaho-Butler eighth-graders competed in the Oklahoma School of Science and Math’s (OSSM) middle school math contest in Oklahoma City. Pictured, from left, are Ejeehi Umobuarie, OSSM teacher Dan Vossen, and

 

-Nazarene open house, dedication service set for Sunday
-Bad drug deal allegedly ends with shooting
-Post Everlasting ceremony honors deceased veterans
-Williams throwing out WCWS first pitch 
-Salas created havoc for opponents
-Plus see local pictures 

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Ten years after purchasing the land where their new home stands, the congregation of Clinton’s Church of the Nazarene will open its doors to the community at an open house and dedication service to be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in its new location, 800 S. 28th.

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Keristan Bartlett gives a piggyback ride to Destiny Johnston as they hurtle down the path of the waterslide at the Clinton City Pool.

A Hobart man on probation with the Department of Corrections has been charged with two felonies for allegedly shooting a Clinton man in the back as the climax to a drug deal gone sour.

The shooting occurred May 11 in a parking lot at 1504 Neptune Dr. in Clinton.

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Singing together during an end of school program are, front from left, Adrien Lopez, Aades Barraza, Isaiah Vasquez; middle, Langston Miller, Luis Diaz, Jaxen Patton; back, Danica Garcia, Halley Stockton and Genisus Johnson.

Governor Kevin Stitt today signed House Bill 1102, a bill to help fully implement the new constitutional provisions within State Question 794, or “Marsy’s Law.” Marsy’s Law, passed by Oklahoma voters in November 2018, includes a new set of stronger constitutional rights for victims of crime, gran

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