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Sign-ups for Clinton’s scouting program will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the First United Methodist Church, 1001 Frisco Ave. in Clinton, said coordinator Rob Fiegener.

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Beginning in January, the Oklahoma State Department of Education is requiring all high schools to offer student internship programs. And all students entering ninth grade this year will be required to take an internship class before they can graduate.

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Dissatisfied with the service they’ve been receiving from their current elevator maintenance firm, Custer County commissioners voted Monday to switch to Otis Technology.

It’s not unusual for Clinton firemen to experience some excitement when they go on a call. But Thursday night the excitement came to them.

Chief Brett Russell and the Clinton Fire Department were announced 2019 Clinton Citizens

-Glancy Motel also behind in tax payments
-Coat drive gets early start
-Carrying big knife draws city charge
-Arapaho-Butler closes out week with tourney
-CHS football puts the pads on today
-Plus see local pictures 

Obituaries
-Kenneth (Ken) Smalley

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Grace Living Center staff member Diana Mendoza, center, watches residents Barbara Swinney and Richard Brown work on art projects using colored pencils.

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The State of Oklahoma may save the City of Clinton the trouble of a final condemnation of the Glancy Motel. A check Wednesday showed a notice posted on the door

A man allegedly carrying a 13-inch fixed-blade knife in his waist line was arrested last Friday, Aug. 9, in the 900 block of Prairie Chief Avenue. The suspect was identified

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