I-40 will be detoured at SH-6, and SH-6 traffic intermittently stopped with flaggers, in Elk City on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights, weather permitting.
Working with different stakeholder groups, law enforcement associations, the corrections system and other state agencies, Gov.
Oklahoma museums are contributing to #MuseumsFromHome activities in creative ways to increase online engagement during COVID-19 government mandated closings.
Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Student Success Center (SSC) is helping students during the virtual learning that is going on at the Weatherford and Sayre campuses.
According to Dr. Veronica McGowan of the SSC, services the center is offering include:
Attorney General Mike Hunter has released the following information regarding law enforcement action relating to individuals or business owners that do not comply with the governor’s March 24 executive order.
Senator James Lankford (R-OK) has offered an amendment to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which would increase the bill’s $300 limit on the charitable giving deduction to one-third of the standard deduction ($4,000 for an individual filer and $8,000 for married joi
Here's a peek into Tuesday's Clinton Daily News
- Hime talks about distance learning plan
- Corona cases increase by one
- Changes made for ad valorem taxes
- Leon ends as two-time state qualifier
- Foss Lake Fishing Report
- Local pictures and more
Oklahoma school districts are making preparations to begin “distance learning” instruction on April 6, as mandated by the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE). Clinton Public Schools Superintendent Kevin Hime said that administrators here are busy designing a framework to meet the needs of Clinton students, but stressed that he intends to be flexible in the coming weeks.