Here is a look at Tuesday's edition

- Glancy Motel sale in works

- Enrollment open for head start

- Police chief back at work

- Clinton United Fund set to kick off 2021 drive

- CHS baseball goes 1-2 in tourney

- J.C. Smith obituary

The Clinton Police Department reported that an older gentleman received a call asking for thousands of dollars, because his grandson was reportedly arrested. He had not been. CPD is asking for folks to be careful and follow up before sending any money.

Here is a look at The Weekend's headlines

- Local sailor honored for helping save 37 lives

- County sheriff, SQ 802 vote is Tuesday

- Burn ban possible for July 4

- Arapaho teen facing charges following accident

Here is a look at Friday's edition

- School year calendar plans ahead 

- Clinton pair flown to OKC hospital following accident

- Dr. George Renison named a Distinguished Alumnus 

- Helton takes over as SWOSU AD

- Reds win via walk off

- State deaths

Reader wants to purge wardrobe after seclusion

DEAR HARRIETTE: Now that we are not going out at all, I am realizing that I have way too many clothes. I do love fashion, but since I have nowhere to go, I have been taking a visual inventory of my wardrobe, and it’s ridiculously large.

Smalltown Patriotism

Allyson Adams helped a collective group of residents and local civic club members place flags out on Frisco Avenue in honor of Flag Day on June 14.

Today is the 178th day of 2020. and the seventh day of summer.


In 1870, the U.S. Congress recognized Christmas as a federal holiday.

In 1945, the United Nations charter was signed by 50 nations.

Deputy responded to a residential alarm in the 1000 block of Randall Rd. in Weatherford.

Deputy responded to an animal call of cattle out behind the Arapaho Tag Agency.

Deputy responded to a medical call in the 100 block of W. Broadway.


Officers responded to a report of disturbance in the 2100 block of Gary Blvd., officers arrested 57-year-old Stephanie Scaramella on city charges of public intoxication and resisting arrest.