Funeral services will be held for Olene Spradlin, 88, of Dill City at 10 a.m. today in the Dill City First Baptist Church.

She died Sunday, July 7, 2019, in the Grace Living Center in Buffalo.

A funeral service for Brenda “Rene`” Krewall, 62, of Clinton will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Kiesau Memorial Chapel.

She died Saturday, July 6, 2019, in her Clinton home.

Two sides of the First Christian Church steeple were blown off by strong winds that hit Clinton twice recently. The steeple, or a previous one, also had been damaged nearly 20 years before when part of it was blown almost to the Bank of the West two blocks away.

Western Oklahoma farmers who are interested in growing industrial hemp — but are not sure where to start — will have the opportunity to learn from experts when two experienced hemp growers from Australia hold a public meeting from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, July 20, at the Cordell community center.

CORDELL – Court-appointed defense attorneys for a man first sentenced to death in 1995 and four years later to life in prison say he should now get a new sentencing trial because his youth and incorrigibility were not considered when his last sentence was levied.

A complete interior redesign is underway at 4th Street and Gary Boulevard in preparation for the VA outpatient clinic it will soon house. Workers in Clinton from a Washington, D.C.


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Foss Lake Association’s annual salute to the military, “Christmas in July,” will be held Friday and Saturday. And even though this spring’s volatile weather has caused a few mishaps at

The home of Perry and Debbie Matz, on Highway 73 west of town, was selected as Clinton Daily News’ Yard of the Week. To submit a nomination for Yard of

Clinton was probably closer than most people realized to being out of water when a four-year drought ended in 2015, Mayor David Berrong said recently. Berrong was speaking not as