Clinton residents wanting to rid their homes and properties of trash, yard waste and other unwanted debris may do so for free at the town’s annual city-wide cleanup event to be held on Friday and Saturday. Hazardous waste materials will not be accepted.

The tragic story of a young mother and her infant daughter who died a few weeks apart in 1912 as a result of the same tornado – called by news media of the time as a “cyclone” – was one of the sad highlights of Monday afternoon’s Sunset Tour of the Clinton Cemetery.

Out of the Republican Party’s 17 declared candidates for the 2016 presidential nomination, U.S. Sen. James Inhofe says that Donald Trump would have been the last one he would have

A memorial service for Brian Scott Denney, 46, of Clinton, is scheduled at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Kiesau Memorial Chapel with Doyle Warren offi ciating. The service was scheduled

In its annual release of dog attack rankings for the previous year, the U.S. Post Office reported that 54 letter carriers in Oklahoma were attacked by dogs in 2018. Clinton

Several members of the Clinton 911 Center’s communications team attended a “Public Safety Telecommunicator” school recently at Weatherford. “This week-long training certifies and prepares 911 dispatchers in emergency call-taking and