Cannabis during pregnancy linked to low birth weight

Dear Doctor: Several studies have shown a correlation between marijuana use and low birth weight, and I understand that marijuana today has been cultivated to be much stronger than what was used in earlier years. Should this be a concern for women who are pregnant?

Woman feels widening gap in long-distance relationship

DEAR ABBY: I’m in a relationship with a man who lives eight hours away. We met last year through a dating site while he was in my area on a business trip but lost contact shortly after he returned home. We recently reconnected and have been talking and/or texting daily since.

Roque plays with unrivaled utility

Clinton volleyball senior Emily Roque went wherever the team needed during her career, and became so adaptable, that the word versatile undersold her skill set.

WOODWARD – Clinton Middle School football finished off a season sweep of Woodward Tuesday, shutting out the seventh and eighth grade squads.

The seventh grade Whirlwinds (3-4 overall) won 34-0 in game one, and the CMS eighth grade (7-0) followed with a, 48-0, drubbing of the Boomers.

CHS leans on joyful starter Whitney

Experienced players led the way in the Clinton softball program’s development over the past four seasons, specifically this year’s senior class.



MEETING: Al-Anon New Beginnings will be hosted at First United Methodist Church in Clinton. Meets every Saturday. 9 a.m.



Two Clinton natives, Walker Martin and Charles Martin, will be performing in Oklahoma City Ballet’s production of Michael Pink’s “Dracula” this weekend at the Civic Center Music Hall.

State Reps. Josh West (R-Grove) and Chris Kannady (R-Oklahoma City) announced that Interim Study 19-007 would be cancelled given that the parties involved have reached a solution.

Mennonite Relief Sale Nov. 2

This handmade quilt will be auctioned off at the Oklahoma Mennonite Relief Sale on Nov. 2 in Enid. Quilters involved in the project were, from left, Vonita Unruh, Pat Cabaniss, Irwin Schenewolf, Jo Schenewolf and Judy Schmidt.

Clinton School District and the Clinton Police Department are partnering on a new policy called “Handle With Care,” which will alert schools when a student has experienced trauma in the home.