Beginning Nov. 1, a new law takes effect to help Oklahoma women be better informed about a condition that can make breast cancer difficult to detect. A ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 443, known as Nancy’s Law, was recently held at the state Capitol.

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On the south side of Schumacher Fields at Acme Park, Cesar Rodriquez, left, Damien Sambrano and Leo Moreno work on the soccer building.

Action Associates Inc., which operates the women’s shelter in Clinton, will again receive $20,000 from the City of Clinton to help finance its activities during the coming budget year. The

At this week’s regular meeting of the Clinton School Board, members held a lengthy discussion of the current status of the district’s potential school bond issue and what their next

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On the first day of school at Southwest Elementary, from left, Paisley Ruyle, Gabriela Abraham, James Goucher and Gavin Evans conduct a fun science experiment in Amber Sawatzky’s third-grade class.

Cordell farmer Bill Kern, who since the beginning of the year has been organizing meetings related to industrial hemp-growing in western Oklahoma, wants to hold a meeting soon for producers

Thanks to an upgrade by the Clinton Fire Department, its neighbors at Bessie are getting much better communication equipment too. Twenty-four radios are being donated by the Clinton department to

In their annual fund-raiser, the Clinton High School Choir is once again selling Cunningham peaches from Colorado. The deadline for ordering peaches, pears and honey will be Saturday, Aug. 24.

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Socializing at Corn Heritage Village during Triad’s annual ice cream social, front row from left, Jonetta Reimer, are Sylvia Woods, Joyce Kenney, Tommy Caviness, Michael Watson and Sharon Watson; and

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