Two vehicular wrecks involving people from western Oklahoma occurred this past weekend. The first involved a collision between a motorcycle and a pickup. According to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol filed

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A suspect is in custody related to Monday morning’s search for an alleged carjacking. Clinton Police Chief Paul Rinkel said the suspect was apprehended around 1 p.m.

The Clinton Police Department and other law enforcement agencies are searching for an attempted carjacker. The suspect is wearing khaki shorts and a blue shirt and is a thin male in his 20s.


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Clinton Middle School students who attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s 64th annual band camp this summer included, front row from left, Emma McComas and Kalyssa Staggs; and back row, Parker Adams, Rebekah Campbell and Hayden Clark.

Summer Playground student Abigail Williams gets a lesson from city employee Roy Estrada in how to operate one of the city’s monster refuse trucks.

Clinton High School Principal Paula Harp paints the surface of the school’s parking lot for new parking space allocation, as part of the district’s regular summer maintenance projects.

Two spots on the Clinton City Council will be open for election and three people have recently made known their intentions about the respective positions.