Kids of all ages enjoy Halloween

Sophomore artist Alicia Vasquez proudly displays a jack-o-lantern created in her pottery class at Clinton High School.

The Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma have been awarded over $1 million “to improve public safety, serve victims of crime, combat violence against women, and support youth activities.” Eight tribes shared

After some first-hand experience, City Councilman Bobby Stewart indicated at last week’s council meeting he now has a different opinion about the Clinton hospital than he did two weeks earlier.

Royalty candidates announced

Homecoming King and Queen candidates this year are, front row from left, Holly Ronan, Harley Brinkley, Kate Dowdell, Alexia Vasquez and Morgandee Cabaniss; and back row, Eddi Gonzalez, Dalton Denney,

Nearly 15 years after passage of the federal Real ID Act, Oklahoma will become compliant with the controversial law by the fall of 2020, officials now say. Oklahoma is one of three states still working to comply with the act.

Students study history of science

In Mrs. Diane Keeton’s science class at Washington Elementary School are, from left, Aaron Lopez, Juliette Martinez, Abigail Williams and Jace Penaloza. The students are studying the timeline of the discovery of cell theory.

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