Here is a look at Thursday's headlines

- CPD stops dog fight, makes drug arrests 

- $20,000 matching fund launched to help Weatherford Food and Resource Center

- Juneteenth activities set at Joe Baker Park

- Council changes city filing dates

Here is a look at Wednesday's headlines

- City filing dates must be changed

- Parks will charge for parking

- Six vehicles involved in crash near Sayre

- ODOT projects moving forward, thanks to funding

- Stimulus benefits may arrive as debit card

Combine in motion

Area wheat farmers are active getting their crop cut. Wheat is being cut here in the photo above south of Clinton off U.S. Highway 183. CDN

Oklahoma is one of only three states in the U.S. that offers free parking to its state park visitors, but that ends on June 15. To help fund improvements and maintenance to facilities and infrastructure, on Monday the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department will begin charging for parking at its 22 state-owned parks — including Foss State Park.

What started out as a special city council meeting on Thursday has now been changed to an emergency meeting on Wednesday in order to change the upcoming filing dates for mayor, and Ward 2 and Ward 4 council seats.

Smooth operation

City of Clinton Public Works Director Leonard Jackson smooths out some concrete around the edges of the new playground at McLain Rogers Park. CDN

The Oklahoma State Department of Health released Tuesday that Clinton has gained an activ

Here is a look at Tuesday's headlines

- Large crowd gathers for protest

- Police discover dead body in camper

- Home was occupied in recent fire

- Seven CHS students receive concurrent scholarships

- CHS working out with high attendance

According to Clinton Police Chief Paul Rinkel, CPD officers responded to the Love's east of Clinton last night (Friday, June 5, 2020) after a person from out of state reported there was a body in the back of an RV.

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