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After being caught off guard when cold weather set in early last winter, Opportunities Inc. is starting now asking the community for coat donations, said facility manager Keri Divis. “We

Clinton city government’s bark was worse than its bite concerning a new trash truck. At its April 2 meeting the Clinton City Council voted to have City Manager Mark Skiles

Superintendent Kevin Hime said student enrollment is down only slightly compared with last year, which was right around 2,200 by the end of the 2018-2019 academic year. At the beginning


-School board discusses way forward on bond
-City aiding women’s shelter
-Hemp meeting planned
-Clinton Fire Department donating radios to Bessie
-Meacham, Lady Reds walk-off Bethany
-CHS opens 2019 with defensive practice
-Plus see local pictures 

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

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