A large granite marker that had become one of the edifices and the namesake for Clinton’s Boulevard of Champions will be replaced, entrepreneur Walt Schumacher assured Wednesday. The marker was

Reading Room gets new foundation

Donating their time to the restoration of the 115-year-old Arapaho Reading Room are, from left, Shane Fawver, Lance Teeter and Jessie Beavin. The building is moved from its foundation so

Two Clinton High School juniors, Connor Williams and Litzy Silos, have been selected to attend University of Oklahoma’s High School Leadership Conference (HSLC) next month, said CHS counselor Brenda Louthan.

Redland Theater nears completion

Although the Redland Theater on Frisco Avenue may have seen the end of its days as a movie theater, it won’t be too much longer until it becomes a landmark

CHS vocalists perform at Thunder game

Led by director Sandra Roulet, Clinton High School Advanced Choir members seen singing at an OKC Thunder game this week included, front row from left, Madelyn Blodgett, Audrey Shackelford, Katie

FRIDAY JANUARY 17 SENIOR EVENT: Grocery shopping. For a ride call (580) 309-3467. 8:30 a.m. DANCE: American Legion dance at the Legion Hall on U.S. 183, entry by donation. 6:30

Certified ergonomists know that the ideal workstation is about more than just a beautiful chair or desk. There are a number of key factors to consider for a workstation that’s

Collections are beginning for a different kind of donation – used bed sheets – by Lesa Rauh, Custer County Extension educator. Ms. Rauh said volunteers for Oklahoma Home and Community


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-Chamber luncheon Jan. 29
-Two Weatherford assaults charged
-Reds can’t climb back versus Cache
-Clinton boys win close one, Lady Reds fall in double overtime
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Legislation has been introduced that would strengthen seat belt laws for young people in Oklahoma. House Bill 2791 would require all youth aged 17 or younger to wear seat belts