Landon Hise, CEO of AllianceHealth Clinton, has released the following statement regarding the hospital’s response to the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Following is a list of churches, schools, government offices and facilities, and local businesses that have notified Clinton Daily News of operational changes being made at this time in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning March 17, 2020, Oklahoma Human Services (OKDHS) began accepting online applications for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Energy Crisis Assistance Program (ECAP) at okdhslive.org.
In 1788, a fire destroyed most of the city of New Orleans.
As Oklahomans work together to aggressively stop the spread of COV- ID-19, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is issuing and strengthening guidelines for child care facilities. At this time, child care providers will remain a critical function in the state to address demands from health care workers, front line responders, grocer employees and other critical industries.
The Corn Bible Academy Crusader Choir received Superior ratings at the District Choir Contest at Northwestern Oklahoma State University and will be going to State Choir Contest at Oklahoma Baptist University in April. Pictured, front row from left, Mr. Charles Regier, Katelyn Gossen, Emili Henderson, Isaiah Thiessen, Ert Wongpakdee, Brendan Miller, Sophia Schmidt, Molli Henderson, and Crusader Choir Director Briana Bull; middle row, Paulina Hernandez, Jacie Redcay, Joe Martinez, Blake Brewer, Andrew Koscheski, Ethan Orr, Audra Fowble, and Kaysa Carpenter; and back row, Abigayle Reimer, Corn; Zach Potter, Canute; Harrison Penner, Weatherford; Cooper Brittain, Clinton; and Kennedy Listak, Clinton.
Lyle Love Jr. to Love Cabana Properties, LLC, WD. Lot 18, Weatherford Industrial Sub.
State Rep. Tom Gann (R- Inola) issued the following statement in response to the plan to allow legislators to consider and vote on bills without being present at the Capitol: