At an assembly in the Washington Elementary School gym this week, Principal Gene Ray surprised students when he presented each of them with four brand new books, personally chosen by

Southwest Playhouse has announced its lineup for the 2019-2020 performance season. All five productions SWPH has planned are proven crowd-pleasers, so western Oklahoma audiences should prepare to be entertained. Starting

THURSDAY MAY 16 MEETING: Native Outreach Baptist Chapel to hold a Bible study and prayer at the Clinton Community Hall on Dog Patch Road. Meets every Thursday except for funerals

In 1868, President Andrew Johnson was acquitted in his impeachment trial by one vote in the Senate. In 1943, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising officially ended as German forces destroyed the

When it comes to your health, misconceptions about treatment options and their potential side effects can have a negative impact on your overall wellbeing. One common condition that is shrouded

Camden Giles, a student in Sha Carpenter’s science class at Arapaho-Butler Schools, proudly displays a model he made of one of the periodic table elements.

One person was taken by ambulance to AllianceClinton hospital following a two vehicle accident around 7:45 a.m. Wednesday at the intersection of 12th Street and Gary Boulevard.

-Storm sirens only part of warning system
-Fallen officers being remembered
-Carlisle honored for service to foster kids
-Longdale man dies in wreck
-Javorsky, Collins named CBA valedictorian, salutatorian
-Clinton opens spring football on defense

Because of thunderstorms being forecast later in the week, the City will test its emergency storm sirens on Thursday this week instead of Friday, said City of Clinton Emergency Manager

This week, May 12-19, is being observed nationwide as Police Week. And around here at least, two former members of the Clinton police force will be remembered. A press release