NORMAN – Offensive records were blown out of the water in each of the last two seasons for the University of Oklahoma football team, but it still left them short in the College Football Playoffs.

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Clinton upcoming freshman Grady Gaunt recorded a brilliant summer campaign for the CHS baseball team. The catcher/outfielder packed the stat book. He recorded a .953 fielding percentage on defense and a batting average/on-base percentage line of .542/.654 to key the offense.

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Practice for Clinton High School football’s 100th season begins at 2:40 p.m. Monday at the recently-renovated Tornado Bowl under second-year head coach John Higbee.

You know that college tuition and room and board are pricey, but you may be surprised by the many other costs associated with everyday life on campus.

Painful periods, pelvic pain in between periods and pain with sex — what has typically been dismissed as just part of being a woman could actually be caused by a chronic and painful disease called endometriosis.

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DEAR ABBY: I’m a middle-aged woman who has survived a 30-year toxic relationship with a covert narcissist. I am now blessed to be able to divorce him and get therapy for his emotional abuse. I have six amazing grown children. I’m also a sophomore in college and have a part-time job.

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From left, Makia Musick, Cierra Cuccias and Rachael Merchant, the youth leader at The Avenue Church, serve up hot dogs and chips to Sophia Tyler during a recent school supply giveaway.

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Funeral services will be held for Jessie Vanderpool, 84, of Clinton and formerly of Woodward, at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Woodward First Christian Church.

She died Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019, in her Clinton home.

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To spread awareness about breastfeeding, the Custer County Health Department (CCHD) is holding events to educate women about the many benefits it provides for both mothers and babies.

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