Christopher Winston, an Oklahoma City youth accused of nearly killing a New Mexico man visiting relatives in Clinton last summer, waived a preliminary hearing Tuesday on a charge of assault and battery with means likely to produce death.

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A building is demolished near the intersection of Highway 183 and Gary Boulevard. In its place a parking lot will be built for the new veterans clinic going in later this year.

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Family members of Clinton Veterans Center resident J.C. Smith honoring him for Father’s Day are, from left, Carre Dawson of Weatherford, granddaughter; Philip Smith of Foss, son; Jimmy Smith of Yukon, son; and Diana Cariker of Norman, daughter.

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Women with unplanned pregnancies in Clinton and surrounding areas will soon have a resource here where they’ll be able to receive medical services such as pregnancy testing and ultrasound, mentoring, and much more.

First Assistant District Attorney Ricky McPhearson said Thursday he has disallowed bids on two used Caterpillar road graders county commissioners are trying to sell.

Commissioners apparently will consider what to do next at their weekly meeting Monday at 9 a.m.

Senators James Lank-ford (R-OK), Jim Inhofe (R-OK), and Congressman Tom Cole (OK-04) made the following statements after the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and the U.S.

Over the last 25 years, we’ve witnessed amazing advances in science and medicine. What was once thought impossible is now being accomplished. Genetic testing is one example. With a small sample of saliva, your risk for certain diseases can be predicted.

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Clinton Fire Department’s Capt. Calvin Baggett, left, and Clinton Police Department’s Chief Paul Rinkel visit with Grace Living Center resident Donald Dodson during a First Responders Appreciation event.

USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) will begin accepting nominations for county committee members on Friday, June 14, 2019. Agricultural producers who participate or cooperate in an FSA program may be nominated for candidacy for the county committee.

Flooding across Oklahoma has taken its toll on homes and businesses, but the wildlife population also has been affected, said Dwayne Elmore, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension wildlife specialist and Bollenbach Chair in OSU’s Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management.