A report released last week by the Food Research and Action Center shows Oklahoma had the nation’s third-highest increase in summer meal participation from 2017 to 2018 with a 14.9 percent increase, but still ranks last overall.


-Rodeo Days to take center stage Saturday
-Pickup, recreational vehicle go up in flames on I-40
-Carjacking suspect arrested
-One filing posted for local spot
-Denney headlines CHS athletes in rodeo
-Plus see local pictures 

Candidates for Clinton Rodeo Club (CRC) Queen, Princess and Pee-Wee Princess will showcase their skills for judges at 6 p.m. Thursday at Nance Rotary Park. This year there are two

A suspected carjacker is in custody after a search conducted Monday by the Clinton Police Department and other law enforcement agencies. As of press time the suspect’s name was not

Gary and Carla Cruson’s home at 1505 S. 28th was selected as this week’s Clinton Daily News’ Yard of the Week. To submit a nomination for Yard of the Week,

As of press time Monday one person had officially filed to fill a spot on the Clinton City Council. Chris Jones, who previously announced he would file for Ward 1,

Summer is here and temperatures are rising. Each year, more than 600 people die from heat-related illness in the United States. In Oklahoma, there were 145 deaths associated with exposure

Custer County District 1 Commissioner Wade Anders, center, operates heavy equipment to fill in a ditch where he and a crew of county workers recently laid new drainage pipe, at