During a visit to Grace Living Center, Mady Grace Bailey, 4, gives a big hug to resident Barbara Swinney.

Friends for Life volunteers Mike Rivera and Lindsey Busin hold items that will be offered in the group’s annual garage sale fundraiser to be held 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday, May 4. To donate items call organizers at (580) 445-5660 or (580) 445-7314. No books or clothing.

Those lost to work-related accidents will be remembered at a special ceremony to be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 30, on the 2nd Floor Rotunda of the State Capitol.

The Senate approved legislation Wednesday to allow school districts to take action to address drivers unlawfully overtaking school buses. House Bill 1926, by Sen. Ron Sharp and Rep.

ARAPAHO – If metal bats could splinter, they would’ve in the run-riddled, slow-pitch softball matchup between Arapaho-Butler (19-10 overall) and Clinton (7-18) Monday at Arapaho.

ELK CITY – With its regional destinations still up in the air, the Clinton baseball team (22-9 overall, 6-4 in district) lost its final district game of the 2019 season at Elk City (12-15, 5-5) Monday, 13-1.

ELK CITY – A season-long goal was accomplished by the Clinton girls’ golf team Monday at regionals, as it qualified for its fourth straight state tourney with a second-place finish at Elk City.

Even though Gov. Kevin Stitt has signed Senate Bill 868 into law, making it legal to grow industrial hemp in Oklahoma, Cordell farmer Bill Kern said nothing has really changed — yet.

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