In order to vote in the City of Clinton and Weatherford Primary Municipal Elections on Sept. 10, the last day to apply for voter registration is Friday, Aug. 16, said

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First-grader Aracely Escandon receives updated vaccinations from Shanda Stratton, RN, at the Custer County Health Department in Clinton.

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The victim in a single-fatality auto accident Wednesday off Interstate 40 at the east edge of Clinton was a young Texas man who was reported by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol

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Leroy and Darlene Krewall stand on their manicured lawn at 321 S. 24th, selected as this week’s Clinton Daily News Yard of the Week.

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More than 800 4-H’ers from across Oklahoma gathered for the 98th State 4-H Roundup at OSU. Custer County 4-H delegates to the three-day event, front row from left, were Reagan

A Laverne woman was killed and a Seiling man critically injured in different moving-vehicle accidents Saturday. The woman, Dawn Renee O’Hair, 44, died when she was struck by a Burlington

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Western Oklahoma Christian School students Garret Lind of Cordell, left, and Travis Cooke of Corn stand near the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during a class visit to Washington, D.C.

TUESDAY AUGUST 13 STORY TIME: Clinton Public Library holds its weekly story time for young children. For additional information call (580) 323-2165. 10 a.m. SUPPORT GROUP: Foster-Adoptive Association meets at

In 1521, Hernando Cortes captured the capital of the Aztec empire, Tenochtitlan (later Mexico City), after a three-month siege. In 1907, the first gasoline-powered taxicab took fares in New York

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At the Federal Building in Oklahoma City, members of the Washita Chapter NSDAR were among those attending a Naturalization Ceremony for individuals taking the oath of citizenship. Pictured, front row

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