Bradley Rhodes, left, and Mark Stapleton work on the fittings for the water sprinkler system being installed for Clinton Public Schools. CDN
Online motor vehicle tag renewals can be processed by local tag agents under legislation enacted via veto override recently.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the Yes on 805 campaign’s case to require the Secretary of State’s office to accept its collected signatures. The ballot initiative campaign has collected more than 260,000 signatures to put State Question 805, sentencing reform, on the ballot this fall.
Here's a look at Friday's headlines
- U.S. Census important for city, county
- Clinton Police recover vehicle, make alleged abuse arrest
- Clinton AP classes ‘ahead of the curve’
- CHS softball sets summer return plan
- Top returners for softball
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the final deadline for turning in the 2020 U.S. Census form has been extended from July 31 until Oct. 31, and city and county officials are asking anyone who hasn’t yet completed theirs to do it now.
Clinton Police recovered a stolen vehicle in the 1000 block of Glenn Smith Rd. Tuesday morning and later arrested an alleged domestic abuser around noon that same day at the Whitten Inn.
Legislation was recently signed by the governor requiring all Oklahoma high schools to offer at least four Advanced Placement (AP) courses to students, beginning in the 2024-25 school year. It’s yet one more area where Clinton Public Schools is ahead of the curve, because AP classes have already been offered here for a number of years.