When the Clinton Economic Development Authority (CEDA) hired Roland Mower last year to lead the City’s economic turnaround, he was clear with them from the beginning — true economic development is at least a three-year process.

The City of Clinton’s code enforcement officer, Toby Anders, is spreading the word that the swimming pools which pop up this time of year in yards all over Clinton are required to comply with health and safety laws.

The building and property of VFW Post 4465 in Clinton was sold at auction this week to the Economic Development Business Center of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes, auctioneer Corky Heard confirmed Friday.

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Demonstrating their sportsmanship at this week’s Oklahoma Hall of Fame Tennis Clinic held in Clinton are, from left, Blake Wolters, Nate Jones, Jose Ochoa, Mason Taylor, Dakota Elizondo, Kate Dowdell, Emily Stephens (partially hidden) and Paul Lockwood, former University of Oklahoma tenni

Five electricity-related meters valued at approximately $4,800 were stolen overnight Tuesday from a truck parked on Peterson Drive, Detective Lt. Luis De La Torre of the Clinton Police Department said Friday.

Attorney General Mike Hunter applauded the United States Supreme Court decision that will allow a World War I memorial cross to remain on public land in Maryland.

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Christian Hensley pets a goat at the Oklahoma City Zoo while on a field trip with Summer Playground students.

In 1815, French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte abdicated his throne for the second time. In 1870, Congress created the U.S. Department of Justice. In 1942, Congress officially recognized the Pledge of Allegiance as part of the U.S. Flag Code. In 1944, President Franklin D.

Tourism is the state’s third-largest industry, and new research by the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department shows that visitor spending hit a record high in 2017. An estimated 21 million visitors generated $8.94 billion in total direct travel spending for the state.