Lily Hemingway, a student from Washington Elementary, won second place in the Division 5 of the Custer County Conservation District #88 2020 Poster Contest.
Western Oklahoma Christian School members broke ground for the WOCS gymnasium in Elk City. Pictured are, from left, Emory Thomas, Friends of Christian Education board member; Kyle Zybach, Friends of Christian Education board member; DJ DeLeon, WOCS board member; Dora Miller, principal of WOCS’s three campuses; Brett Russell, WOCS board president; Megan Thomas, WOCS Elk City campus assistant principal; and John Thomas, WOCS board member and Friends of Christian Education board member.
State Reps. Carl Newton, R-Cherokee, and Brian Hill, R-Mustang, hosted a public meeting on the legislative redistricting process recently in Woodward to answer questions and gather input from the public.
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Here's a peak at Tuesday's Clinton Daily News Headlines
- Baby born with meth in its system
- Library offering several programs
- Weatherford man arrested for abuse of minor
- Clinton goes 3-1 in back-to-back
- Goldie Friedrich death notice
There’s a warrant for the arrest of Maudie Cruz Marin, 19, of Clinton, for a felony count of child neglect after she allegedly gave birth on Christmas Eve to a child born with high levels of methamphetamine in its system.
A Weatherford man has been arrested on a felony charge of lewd or indecent acts to a child under 16 years of age.
Twenty-eight members of the Oklahoma Legislature have formed a bipartisan caucus to discuss solutions to the state’s ongoing mental health and addiction crisis.