Here's a look at Wednesday's headlines

- Bill calls for restorative justice

- Tiny Tornadoes acquire shelter

- Local woman charged with burglary, more

- Clinton advances to quarterfinals 

- Hunter, Kauk qualify for state tourney

Gov. Kevin Stitt recently signed a new bill into law regarding a fiveyear pilot program to be established for victim-led restorative justice designed to repair the harm caused by crime.

Tiny Tornadoes acquire shelter

Clinton’s own Tiny Tornadoes are now prepared to withstand up to an EF5 tornado in their newly installed shelter.

Traditional folklore dancing

Mariana Diosdado, left, and Max Soto dance to the traditional Mexican folklore dance, Tilingo Lingo, last Friday during Friends on Frisco.

An Elk City woman attempted to allegedly elude authorities by using various fake names before being caught with more than $40,000 in fake checks.

Responded to a report of man refusing to leave Lucky Star Casino in Clinton.

This week Senator James Lankford joined Senator John Hoeven of North Dakota, to lead a group of 25 senators to press the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to act on vital energy infrastructure projects by reviewing without further delay the 14 natural gas pipeline infrastructure projects that are currently pending before FERC.

Dine on Deliciously Sweet Doughnuts

Brunch is never complete without something sweet to cap off the morning feast, and doughnuts are often the perfect complement to an array of main courses.

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