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JaRay Wilson's murderer re-sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole

Tucker McGee, 23, was re-sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole June 18.McGee was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parolein April 2015 after being found guilty of murdering 16-year-old JaRay Wilson.

OKCFOX.COM - 2018-06-18 15:46:37

Auto stolen; hot burglar taken to jail

He was identified as Isaiah Lime, 31, and Murley said he had several outstanding traffic warrants from the City of Clinton and other jurisdictions so he was apprehended on them. Ms. Morales was notified and reclaimed her vehicle, which had not been damaged.

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Man dies in Blaine County accident

The accident, at approximately 12:51 p.m. Monday, June 11, 2018, occurred 5 miles west of Okeene, on Oklahoma 51, when a westbound 2013 Ford Explorer driven by 45-year-old Timothy M. Knutson, of Weatherford, traveled left of center and struck an eastbound 2003 International driven by 32-year-old Tyl

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2 arrested for marijuana, meth after off-duty cop in Shamrock smells weed coming from car

WHEELER COUNTY, Texas (KVII) —Two people from Elk City, Okla. were arrested by Wheeler County Sheriff's Office deputies after they were contacted by an off-duty officer about a vehicle parked in the Crossroad's parking lot in Shamrock.According to a post on the Wheeler County Sheriff's Office Facebo

ABC7AMARILLO.COM - 2018-06-18 15:22:59

Bessie victim badly beaten, M.E. indicates

The victim was Ciara Dawn Sloan, 23. Her late husband, Tyler Scott Sloan, 27, is suspected of killing her before committing suicide.

CLINTON DAILY NEWS - 2018-06-19 07:00:00

Western OK puts four on All-State list

Arapaho-Butler (18-7) and Clinton baseball (24-13) made their marks this past spring, and the Oklahoman made sure to recognize both ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors tolog into view the best local news from Clinton Daily News. Not yet a subscriber?Subscribe today!Th

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Work begins on study of Foss plant

The company was hired by the Foss board in April at a cost not to exceed $150,000 to guide it in making improvements to the clarifier at the Foss plant, or adding a new one to augment the present one. Shawn Dewees, the Foss plant manager, and Duane Smith, consultant, reported to the Foss board Monda

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Reds go yard three times on ‘Jackets

Unfazed by its seventh game in six days, Clinton baseball (11-2) returned home, shook off the fatigue and dropped three ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors tolog into view the best local news from Clinton Daily News. Not yet a subscriber?Subscribe today!Thank you!

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Hollywood Corners seeks zoning change to preserve live music

“If you take the live music out of Hollywood Corners, there’s no reason to come here, and that would be a huge loss to the community and surrounding communities,” he said. “I’m doing what’s right for the community. All I’m asking the city to do is fix it. They knew we were going to have live music a

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Hise will direct Clinton hospital as administrator

Landon Hise, chief executive officer of Cordell Memorial Hospital the last four years, will be the new administrator of the AllianceHealth Oklahoma hospital in Clinton.

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Golf, Dinner Raise Over $9,000 For Cordell Kids

The Cordell Academic Foundation hosted the Third Annual School Supply Project Fundraiser Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 9, at Crooked Creek Golf Course.

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Cost of government rises when local newspaper closes, study finds

When a local newspaper closes, the cost of government increases. That’s the conclusion of new survey from Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, which draws a direct line between loss of the watchful eyes of local newspapers and a decline in government efficiency.

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Hollywood Corners wins city approval

To the horror of neighbors, and delight of patrons, the city council approved a measure Wednesday that will allow live outdoor entertainment to continue at Hollywood Corners.

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4-way stop at Garriott and Oakwood delayed until Thursday

The only traffic count for that intersection, taken in 2017, recorded 28,000 vehicles traveled through the intersection on one day.

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Clinton homeowners demanding city condemn neighborhood eyesore

“Rotted-out wood [and] trash overflowing,” she said. “The patios are collapsing. You going to rent that?”

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Oklahoma prison water tower empties after break repaired

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections said Monday that crews are working to find the cause of the problem at the Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite while two, 1,000 gallon water tanks are being used to provide water.

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Out on The Porch: Campus Corner's new eatery promises enjoyable atmosphere, food, community

The University of Oklahoma’s two time All-American, NCAA record-setting wide receiver Broyles grew up in Norman and continued his career with the NFL’s Detroit Lions. Now back home, Broyles and spouse Mary Beth Broyles teamed up with proprietor Ray Reyes to open The Porch at 311 W. Boyd St.

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Ruptured water line leads to outage at Oklahoma State Reformatory

As the tower’s water level dropped, so did water pressure inside the prison. In fact, the drop in pressure caused every toilet to flush until the tower was empty.

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Portion of West Willow closed

A portion of West Willow has been closed to through traffic.The outside westbound lane of the 400 block of West Willow was closed Monday and will be closed for approximately two weeks, according to a news release.The closure allows crews to complete street repairs.

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Lone asphalt bid OK’d for 4 streets

The streets to be overlaid are Commerce Road from U.S. Highway 183 west to Neptune Drive, S. 10th Street from S. 13th Street north to Jaycee Lane, Custer Avenue from N. 15th Street west to N. 28th Street, and Dougherty Avenue from N. 6th Street west to N. 16th Street. All will get two inches of new

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