Clinton police have re-covered quite a bit of property from last week’s burglaries and would like to get it back to its owners, Detective Capt. Ray Hammans said Friday.

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Members of Clinton Boy Scout Troop 361 are inviting the community to attend an Eagle Scout ceremony for J Dominick Badillo, a 2019 graduate of Clinton High School, to be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 27, 2019, in the sanctuary of the First United Methodist Church in Clinton.

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Kermit Sheppard paints one of Clinton’s fire hydrants while Clinton Fire Department Chief Brett Russell watches.

Two people – a Tennessee man and a Clinton woman – were arrested Wednesday after they were found in a Clinton motel with two 16-year-old females, local police reported Thursday.

Friday morning the Custer County Election Board called the Clinton Daily News to report an error in its information given in regard to the Clinton City Council race for Ward 1.

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Clinton’s contribution to the U.S. space program says he and some of his friends will gather Sunday evening and have their own 50th-anniversary celebration of helping astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin become the first human beings to set foot on the moon.

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s next project and policy-planning blueprint is almost certainly going to feature autonomously driven vehicles, spokesman Cody Boyd said Tuesday.

Dan McFarland’s family was concerned when he started taking pictures of clouds and posting them on social media with urgent messages about how they were symbols about the need to repent and get ready for the end of the world.

When you’re young, an injury from a fall may sideline you for a few days or weeks, but a full recovery is usually quick. As you get older, the consequences of falls can become more serious, setting up a sequence of events that can have longstanding implications on independence and health.