It’s no surprise that your windows are the biggest culprit in letting cold air in during the winter season. Old low-efficiency windows can be responsible for up to 30 percent

A three-day retail trade show attended by Clinton Economic Development Director Roland Mower may not bear fruit this month, or even this year. But after working in economic development for

Cub Scouts study science of music

Cub Scout Asa Mosburg uses his cello to demonstrate different sound vibrations for his fellow Wolf Den members, back row from left, Addi Mach, Alex Stratton, James Miller, Carter Wandrie,

The Clinton Chamber of Commerce will hold its biannual membership luncheon at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the Frisco Center, said Chamber president Julie Caldwell. Special guest at the

One Weatherford resident has been charged with domestic assault and battery resulting in great bodily harm and with allegedly causing an automobile accident in which a woman received a broken

The old and the new

Clinton police officers Austin Trogdon, left, and Jeffrey Robbins model the old and the new uniforms at their department. Trogdon’s old shirt is a French blue, and Robbins’ new one

THURSDAY JANUARY 16 MEETING: Native Outreach Baptist Chapel to hold a Bible study and prayer at the Clinton Community Hall on Dog Patch Road. Meets every Thursday except for funerals

‘Who’ families featured in musical

One of the “Who” families that will be featured in the Southwest Playhouse production of “Seussical the Musical” includes, front row from left, Isadora Enochs, Madilynn Davidson, Lillian Adkinson, Olivia

Sen. Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) has filed legislation prohibiting law enforcement entities from enacting policies that require officers, justices or judges to meet traffic citation quotas. “It’s no secret that

Oklahoma is one of a small number of states that regulate amusement rides. Before a ride is allowed to be operated it must be issued a Certificate of Inspection by