Legislation to add school nurses or other designated employees to those who can administer life-saving opiate antagonists has been signed into law by Gov. Kevin Stitt. Current law only includes

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While attending Summer Playground, third-graders, from left, Brynlee Mathews, Jimena Quezada and Jocelyn Lagunas enjoy time on the playground at Southwest Elementary.

Junior R. Harper, 78, of Springerville, Ariz., died of massive injuries at the scene of a single-vehicle automobile crash Sunday morning on Interstate 40 midway between the Hydro and Hinton

Two Clinton animal rescue groups are partnering with the Oklahoma Humane Society (OHS) to bring a low-cost spay and neuter service to Clinton. After a successful debut run in May,

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Clinton’s PEO Chapter FR has been awarding scholarships to local graduates for many years, but member Sherry Boyles would like people to know that that’s only a part of what

Considered stalled three months ago, the Lawter Road construction project at the northwest edge of Weatherford moved a bit at Monday morning’s meeting of Custer County commissioners. The commissioners approved

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It was an award-winning evening for the Clinton Daily News Saturday at Shawnee during the Oklahoma Press Association’s annual convention. Rod Serfoss, editor and publisher of the Clinton Daily News,

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Arapaho alumni Kim Preston Huber, Class of 1978, left, and Carla Preston Glidewell, Class of 1983, do some cheerleading with Arapaho-Butler Elementary second-grader Jacy Fawver.

TUESDAY JUNE 11 STORY TIME: Clinton Public Library holds its weekly story time for young children. For additional information call (580) 323-2165. 10 a.m. SUPPORT GROUP: Custer County Support Group

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