Science students learn about physics, engineering careers

Students from Cindy Bond’s science class at Clinton High School recently attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s annual Physics and Engineering Day. Pictured are, front row from left, Bond, Ramona Villegas,

USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) seeks public comments on its interim final rule for the Conservation Stewardship Program. CSP, the nation’s largest conservation program in terms of participating land,

Memorial services for Jimmie Frederick Pasby, 85-year-old Oklahoma City resident, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov.

Here are the Headlines for Today's Clinton Daily News

- Proposition Election Results

- School calls $29.7 million bond election

- Elevate Clinton cleanup set for Saturday

- Carnegie man charged in old murder case

At the Clinton Board of Education’s regular monthly meeting this week, board members approved a resolution authorizing the calling and holding of a special bond election on Feb. 11, 2020.

Elevate Clinton cleanup set for Saturday

The Clinton Economic Development Authority (CEDA) will hold its second “Clinton FIRST” community cleanup day on Saturday. Based on lessons learned from the first cleanup day, held last month, a

Soup supper, bake sale set for Nov. 20

Making peanut brittle for the United Methodist Church’s upcoming soup supper and bake sale on Nov. 20 are, from left, Doris Brittain, Don Rodolph, Carla Cruson, Yvonne Carpenter, Jeanne Engle

Isaiah Whitefox Redbird, 34, of Carnegie, has been charged in federal court with premeditated murder and assault with intent to commit murder in the death of a man and serious

TODAY'S HISTORY In 1887, "Bloody Sunday" took place in London, as violent clashes broke out between mostly Irish demonstrators and British police. In 1956, the Supreme Court ruled that bus