CHS students selected for advisory council

The Oklahoma State Department of Education has announced that two Clinton High School students, senior Alexia Aston and junior Connor Williams, have been selected to sit on the OSDE 2020

A man who claimed to be a former law enforcement officer was taken into custody Nov. 28 east of Clinton, thanks to the efforts of five Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers,

Paul Wyble, 29, of Elk City, was injured in a single-vehicle accident early Wednesday morning on U.S. Highway 183 a quarter mile north of Arapaho. Wyble sustained head and internal

Clinton Schools name support staff candidates

For the third year, Clinton Public School has recognized a Support Person of the Year at individual school sites in conjunction with its Teacher of the Year nominees. District winners

The Clinton Public School Foundation’s board of directors has yet to formalize how it will invest the generous request left to it recently by the Estate of Cecil and Goldie

Students spend day at museum

As a special treat this week, third- through twelfth-grade students in Arapaho-Butler’s Gifted and Talented program got to spend a day at Clinton’s Route 66 Museum. Pictured here are, from

A special meeting of the Clinton Board of Education has been rescheduled from noon on Friday to 10:30 a.m. the same day, said Board President Paul Adams. The change was

At the halfway point of the eight-year plan for improvements along Interstate 40 in Clinton, things are progressing behind the scenes, Division 5 Engineer Brent Almquist assured the Clinton Daily

Cornerstone Church is opening their doors for a special family Christmas party to be held at 4 p.m. Sunday, and everyone in the community is invited, said Next Generation Pastor