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Lupe Pina is a lifelong Clinton resident, Clinton High School graduate and currently a teller at InterBank in Clinton. She was born and raised here and graduated from CHS in 2013.

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Hector Hernandez has only been out of Clinton High School since 2016, but he already has a path laid out for his future and he works hard daily to make it happen.

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For the past eight years Yolanda Vasquez has been a fixture at McKinsey Motors, helping where she can.

Currently she serves the dealership as an office assistant and as the warranty clerk.

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Born in the middle of northern Mexico, Brenda Martinez was three months old when she arrived at Clinton in April of 1985. Now she’s the mother of three herself, owns a dental assistant’s certificate from the Western Technology Center in Weatherford, and is employed here by Dr.

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A tradition of winning on the gridiron became a mainstay in Clinton, because assistant coaches such as Louis Mendoza stuck around the program.

Mendoza is in his 32nd year with the Red Tornadoes football team. He’s helped the program to nearly 40 percent of its all-time wins.

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Since she’s worked there for 10 years now, Ayde Martinez is probably familiar to anyone who banks at Oklahoma Bank & Trust’s Clinton branch. At first she only worked part-time while working on getting a degree in a field completely different from banking.

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The picnic pavilion at McLain Rogers Park was the last major structure needing a fresh coat of paint, but Clinton Beautification Committee head Steve Weichel said that task has finally been accomplished thanks to a grant from Keep Oklahoma Beautiful (KOB) and some elbow grease provided by PSO emp

Drilling wells more than three miles deep in the late 1960s was something that GHK Company and partner Lone Star Producing Company believed would produce massive amounts of natural gas.

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