As the Memorial Day holiday approaches, the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSO) and Oklahoma law enforcement want to remind all drivers of the importance of seat belt use. The annual ‘Click It or Ticket’ campaign is a high-visibility enforcement effort that runs from May 20 to June 2, 2019.

The Oklahoma Senate gave approval to legislation creating the Legislative Office of Fiscal Transparency (LOFT), an office that would provide independent data to lawmakers and the public on state agency budgets and program performance.

The bill would:

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Clinton Middle School students, from left, Esteban Juarez and Riley James; and background, Emma Swope and Sadie Starnes make balloon rockets in Zac Hayes’ class.

If you’re planning to reorganize your closets, organization expert Peter Walsh has a three-step process to help you figure out what to keep and what to give away. You should keep clothing that fits you well, that you really like and that brings you compliments.

-Five states named in recovery of stolen pickup here
-City budget meeting tomorrow
-Veterans’ stories sought
-Plan on food, fun, music at Route 66 Festival Saturday
-CHS hauls in major honors
-All-Stater Soto brings an edge
-Plus see local pictures 

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City of Clinton Recreational Director Morgan Bonnarens gets the public swimming pool ready for opening day on Monday.

The Clinton City Council and its various trust authorities will meet in special session at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday) for their annual review of the proposed city budget for the

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Carriers and clerks who helped with the Clinton Post Office’s recent food drive included, from left, Mickey Baker, Crystal Johnson, Frank Acosta, Virginia Davila, Ronnie Hazle, Susan Blount, Tony Cook,

The Clinton Daily News is calling for stories from and about veterans and active-duty members of the military with ties to the local area. The stories will appear in CDN’s

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