Thyroid disease may not be the most familiar medical condition, but it’s more common than the average person may realize. A 2013 report in the journal The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology indicated that thyroid diseases affect an estimated 200 million people worldwide.

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 - Home health agency not tied to hospital

 - Chamber updated on Levitt Grant 

 - Dos De Oros offers variety for all ages at new business

 - CHS grad Lindsey to enter transfer portal

Dos De Oros offers variety for all ages at new business

A new restaurant has made its way to the community in the form of Dos De Oros Bar and Grill. Located at 2014 W. Gary Blvd., Lucas Martinez and his family expanded the former restaurant to include American cuisine as a way to bring in something new and different.

Home health agency not tied to hospital

As the state of health care in Clinton has changed over the years along with the recent temporary closure of the Clinton Hospital, Executive Director of Alliance Oklahoma Home Health Clinton Peggy Rennels and Regional Vice President of the office’s parent company LHC Group Pam Wyer say they are here to stay providing the Clinton community with the same services they always have for the past 25 years.

Chamber updated on Levitt Grant

Fundraising for the Levitt Grant Concert Series, which will soon be coming to Clinton, was the topic of the Clinton Chamber of Commerce membership luncheon held Wednesday. Susan Adams-Johnson, executive director of Scissortail Productions who has worked closely with the City to apply and plan for the grant, spoke on how the City became aware of the grant and what the next steps of the planning and funding process will be.