Clinton Big Five Head Start students dressed as Dr. Suess characters are, front row from left, Elijah Hayes, Aaron Mendieta, Jamie Sanchez, Joseph Escarego, Matthew Barren and Mason Ringer; and back row, Abigail Rosales, Maricel Bonilla, Johathan Gonzalez, Keilah Malone, Alfonso De La Fuente Giovanni Hernandez and Evelyn Lastorena.
Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus chair and vice chair released statements in response to Gov. Kevin Stitt’s recently-aired “roundtable on race.”
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue recently applauded the safe reopening of critical infrastructure meatpacking facilities across the United States. Across the cattle, swine, and broiler sectors, processing facilities are operating more than 95 percent of their average capacity compared to this time last year. In fact, beef facilities are operating at 98 percent, pork facilities are operating at 95 percent, and poultry facilities are operating at 98 percent of their capacity compared to the same time last year.
After COVID-19 reached Oklahoma, the state health department began coronavirus-specific inspections of nursing homes, focusing on facilities already exposed.
State Reps. Tommy Hardin, R-Madill, and Tammy Townley, R- Ardmore, recently expressed their frustration following the recent announcement by the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department that stateowned parks would now begin charging parking fees.
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at 10400 and N. 2040 Road.
Here's a look at Tuesday's headlines
- Plan in works for at-risk kids, teachers
- FFA students earn high marks
- Man hits deer in ’cycle crash
- Candidates file for city posts
- Reds grab two wins in tourney
- State deaths
It’s too soon to know exactly what school will look like this fall, but incoming Clinton Public Schools Superintendent Tyler Bridges said he’s meeting regularly with school administrators to come up with plans to manage every type of COVID-19 scenario that might come up.