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The immaculate lawn at the home of Mike and Nettie Proctor, 2 Sunset Place, was selected as Clinton Daily News’ “Yard of the Week.” Please e-mail name and address nominations

Clinton Chamber of Commerce president Julie Burden is encouraging business owners to think twice before buying golf course advertising from anyone besides the Chamber. Outside companies have been contacting local

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Chris Castillo, left, and Leon Rich look at a classic car on display at a car show recently hosted by Clinton Therapy and Living Center.

The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry is encouraging horse owners across the state to take precautions against West Nile virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis by vaccinating their horses.

We all know brushing our teeth twice a day is crucial to keeping our smile bright, but most of us probably don’t understand how dental hygiene can impact our overall

In 1865, with the arrival of federal troops, slaves in Texas were informed of their freedom. The day is celebrated as the holiday Juneteenth. In 1934, the Federal Communications Commission

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Summer Playground staff at a table getting T-shirts ready to distribute to kids are, from left, Debbie Carlisle, Leslie Powell, Kayla Yandell, Julie Parker, Melody Martin and Janalyn Taylor.

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Western Oklahoma Christian School students who had their artwork accepted into a juried art show in Stillwater are, from left, Jada Akin, Dya Carpenter, Lachlan Penner, Kelly Bolejack and Samantha

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