Fire calls rise as city moves toward normal

Life is slowly starting to return to a sense of normalcy with some restrictions being lifted amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, but the call numbers are simultaneously going up for the Clinton Fire Department.

Happy Mother’s Day

Hi, my name is Jenna and I’m 14 years old. I have a wonderful, very loving mom. She is from the Philippines and has three sons. All are very sweet and loving like her. They like to laugh a lot too.

CHS, A-B grads named to SWOSU President’s

Clinton High School senior Harley Brinkley and Arapaho-Butler High School senior Emiley Kauk are among 17 incoming freshmen who have been selected to the President’s Leadership Class (PLC) for 2020-21 at Southwestern Oklahoma State University.

Today is the 130th day of 2020 and the 52nd day of spring.

According to a new survey from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), more than a third of realtors who are closing transactions reported no delays, including those in Oklahoma.

Restaurants returning

DAR Registrar Ellen Womack, left, and DAR Regent Nancy Lisle were the first dine-in customers for Café Clinton since some restrictions were lifted last week.

After nearly six years here, Clinton City manager Mark Skiles submitted his resignation during a special city council meeting at 5:30 p.m. Friday.