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Baby girl born here had drugs in urine at birth
A baby girl born last Friday, Nov. 23, to an Elk City woman at the AllianceHealth hospital in Clinton tested positive for three illegal drugs, information filed at the Custer County Courthouse disclosed.
Standoff Prompts School Lockdown In Clinton
CLINTON, Oklahoma - A convicted felon held Clinton Police and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol at bay for three hours Wednesday, right across the street from a Clinton Elementary School.
Protest filed for school board post
Since Wednesday’s closing of the candidacy filing period for the Clinton Board of Education, there have been two developments in the races for Seat No. 3 and Seat No. 4. In short, it includes one candidacy protest and one withdrawal.
Boomers take on Elk City in home opener
After a pair of road games to start the season, the Boomers open the home portion of their basketball schedule tonight against Elk City. Game time is 6:30 p.m. JV games start at 4 p.m.
National Corn Growers Association Pres. Lynn Chrisp Says Farm Bill Passage Gives Farmers Certainty
National Corn Growers Association President Lynn Chrisp today made the following statement after Congressional approval of the 2018 Farm Bill, the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (H.R. 2). The legislation passed the Senate 87-13 Tuesday and the House 369-47 today. It now goes to President Trump
Clinton firm reports thefts topping $27,000
Local resident Eric Ryan Kisinger, 30, has been charged with embezzling goods valued at more than $24,000 from a Clinton company over a three-month period and then burglarizing the business after he was fired and stealing nearly $3,000 worth of vacuum cleaners.
Scholar's career encores extend her life service to native cultures
Henrietta Mann has made an art of the career encore. The distinguished scholar and professor of Native American Studies had a career that spanned the continent, from California to Harvard.
Most Popular Christmas Candy by State and Oklahoma Somehow Messes It Up
Oklahoma, we need to talk about your taste in Christmas candy. People are starting to get Christmas ready around the house. Lights on the house, tree getting decorated, maybe wrapping some presents. Another thing would be the stockings going up and what do you put in them? Maybe some small toys, if
Students moved from Clinton elementary school amid standoff
CLINTON, Okla. – Authorities in Clinton were involved in a standoff with an alleged suspect on Wednesday afternoon. Shortly before 1 p.m., officers with the Clinton Police Department and members of the OHP Tactical Team were involved in a standoff with a suspect along S. 19th St. in Clinton.
CoBank Report Says Outlook for Grain Elevators Reliant on Trade, Logistics, Competitor Production
Average grain elevator margins are expected to be relatively normal this year for most of the Midwest. However, according to a new report from CoBankï¿½s Knowledge Exchange Division, elevators should be cautious about the outlook, as several variables are currently in play that could affect elevator
Teen dies in vehicle crash in western Oklahoma
WASHITA COUNTY, Okla. – A 16-year-old girl died in a vehicle crash in Washita County, officials say.
Registration Open for Wildfire Suppression Training Event Scheduled for January 5th in Concho, OK
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Redlands Community College, Oklahoma State University, USDA Southern Plains Climate Hub, Oklahoma Prescribed Fire Council and others to host ï¿½Fire suppression through prescribed fireï¿½ training school Jan. 5 at Concho, Okla.; event will focus on the use of prescribed
Big second half lifts SE past SWOSU
WEATHERFORD, Okla. – Southeastern had four players in double-figures and drained 17 threes on its way to a 92-77 road victory over Southwestern Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon in Weatherford. The win lifts the Savage […]
Lady Bulldogs upset Lubbock Christian
WEATHERFORD, Okla. – The Lady Bulldog Basketball team overcame a 12-point fourth quarter deficit, closing the game on a 10-2 run to stun nationally-ranked Lubbock Christian 77-75 on Monday night at the Pioneer Cellular Event Center in Weatherford.
National Corn Growers Assoc. President Lynn Chrisp Calls USMCA Signing an Important Step Forward
Today, National Cattlemen's Beef Association President Kevin Kester issued the following statement in response to the signing of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA):. ï¿½With the signing of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), U.S. beef producers are one step closer to knowing that unrestr
Clinton VFW may sell post buildings, lan
One of Clinton’s longtime patriotic bastions, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4465, will most likely soon be greatly reducing its profile in the city.
Pepsi Playoff End of Regulation Update Clinton vs. Bethany
Pepsi UpdateEnd of RegulationClinton 21Bethany 21Juan Guzman's one-yard touchdown run completes a 21-0 run for Clinton to to the game. Tied game 21-21.
15-year-old boy gets life in prison for murder of woman during home invasion
WASHITA COUNTY, Okla. — A 15-year-old boy who authorities said killed a mother and shot her 14-year-old son after breaking into their Cordell, Oklahoma, home in July 2017 has been sentenced to serve life in prison.
School’s debt to be paid off in 2020
The current school bond will be paid off in early 2020, and the first steps were taken to plan for the next bond issue at this month’s meeting of the Clinton School Board. Board members voted to authorize Superintendent of Schools Kevin Hime to engage the services of an architectural firm, in order
Tornadoes leave widespread damage in Oklahoma
Severe storms rolled through eastern Oklahoma Friday night, spawning what are being reported as tornadoes. The extreme weather left behind widespread property damage. Some areas, including the small town of Blackgum, were left without power after utility lines were knocked to the ground.