Clinton will participate in the annual “World’s Largest Swimming Lesson” once again on Thursday, and this year the Water-Zoo Indoor Water Park has added a third swim class to accommodate

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Chase Fawver, left, and Trenair Collins work with reading and math programs on their iPads at Summer Playground.

TUESDAY JUNE 18 TORY TIME: Clinton Public Library holds its weekly story time for young children. For additional information call (580) 323-2165. 10 a.m. MEETING: Clinton AA meets in the

The Agricultural Enhancement and Diversification Program helps fund qualified agriculture-related projects across the state with zero percent interest loans and grants. The program goal is to expand the state’s value-added

-School, city partnership paying dividends for Clinton
-Accused shooter waives prelim; next step July 29
-Renovation begins at Heart to Heart Pregnancy Clinic
-D.A.’s office disallows county’s grader bids
-Bryson ready for increased role

Christopher Winston, an Oklahoma City youth accused of nearly killing a New Mexico man visiting relatives in Clinton last summer, waived a preliminary hearing Tuesday on a charge of assault and battery with means likely to produce death.

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A building is demolished near the intersection of Highway 183 and Gary Boulevard. In its place a parking lot will be built for the new veterans clinic going in later this year.

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Family members of Clinton Veterans Center resident J.C. Smith honoring him for Father’s Day are, from left, Carre Dawson of Weatherford, granddaughter; Philip Smith of Foss, son; Jimmy Smith of Yukon, son; and Diana Cariker of Norman, daughter.

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Women with unplanned pregnancies in Clinton and surrounding areas will soon have a resource here where they’ll be able to receive medical services such as pregnancy testing and ultrasound, mentoring, and much more.