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Deputies searching for man, stolen car in connection to assault, burglary of 70-year-old woman near Elk City

According tothe BCSO, deputies were called on Saturday morning to a house northwest of Elk City after the woman was assaulted by a man hiding on her property. Her house was burglarized and the suspect then stole her car and left the woman seriously injured, according to Sheriff Derek Manning.

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Powell verbally commits to OU

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CLINTON DAILY NEWS - 2018-08-15 05:00:00

Man in custody, accused of attacking 75-year-old woman at Beckham County home

The victim and her family, who did not want to go on camera, said the man attacked her when she went out to feed her animals Saturday morning. Beckham County Sheriff Derek Manning said the woman was hit with a shovel after the suspect broke into her barn.

KOCO - 2018-08-13 23:43:00

School will buy $137,000 scoreboard

At this week’s meeting of the Clinton School Board, board members voted to upgrade the Tornado Dome with a $137,000 center-hung video display scoreboard. The winning bid came from a company called Fair-Play out of Des Moines, Iowa, and Superintendent Kevin Hime said he expects the new scoreboard to

CLINTON DAILY NEWS - 2018-08-15 05:00:00

United Fund donations trending upward

Clinton United Fund’s 2018-2019 goal of $41,500 is beginning to look attainable with $17,505 already collected less than a month after the drive’s kickoff, said UF executive secretary Judy Schmidt.

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Volunteers polish ESA for new school year

Unlike Mrs. Collins, though, who’s a third-grade teacher at Southwest Elementary School in addition to spending two hours at Eastside four days a week, most of Susanna’s work is done out of public sight.

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CHS’s Harp prepared for new school year

Paula Harp is settling into the community and into her role as Clinton High School’s new principal, and she’s enthusiastic ...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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Former House Speaker Hickman endorses Cornett for governor

Hickman, of Fairview, announced his endorsement in Enid Thursday afternoon, when he and Cornett made a stop at the Enid News & Eagle.Hickman serves on the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Educationandhandles public affairs and outreach for Great Salt Plains Health Center, a Federally Qualified Heal

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CHS shakes early sting, wins opener

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The Arid West Moves East, With Big Implications For Agriculture

The Whites run 550 head on about 5,000 acres at B&L Red Angus, the family's seedstock and commercial ranching outfit near the town of Putnam in western Oklahoma. The Whites used to grow wheat and other grains, but they've stopped farming to expand the ranching business.

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Cordell School Board Approves Resurfacing of Parking Lots

The Cordell Board of Education met Monday, August 6, for the regular meeting. Items for consideration on the agenda included extra duty assignments, paving for parking lots, and the purchase of a new bus.

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$6.16 million still unspent from bonds

Ms. Blanchard said $22,626,680 had been spent on all construction projects associated with the water program as of June 30. Money to pay for the bonds and their financing is being raised from a temporary half-cent sales tax that went into effect July 1, 2015, and through a 38-percent increase in wat

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Oklahoma astronaut reunited with spacecraft five decades after historic flight

A significant event in the world of spaceflight relics is taking place this July that is unprecedented between two Smithsonian Affiliate Institutions. The flown Gemini VI spacecraft has been moved from the Oklahoma History Center (OHC) in Oklahoma City to the Stafford Air and Space Museum (SASM) in

EDMOND SUN

Sayre prison placed on lockdown due to inmate fight, officials say

The North Fork Correctional Center in Sayre, Oklahoma, has been placed on a lockdown Monday morning after a fight broke out among several inmates, officials confirmed.

KOCO

Marijuana issues top city agenda

Fairly routine matters will be taken up by three of the city’s trust authorities. The Public Works Authority will consider purchasing an interest in the Heard 3-16, J. Joe Smith 1-16, and Reynolds 2-16 gas wells from Guard Exploration Limited Partnership. Those are old non-producing wells near the c

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As run-in to runoff begins, poll shows Stitt and Cornett in tight race

From a field of ten, only two remain: Tulsa-based businessman Kevin Stitt and former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett. Both made campaign stops in Norman this week, including a Wednesday conference of county commissioners at Embassy Suites.

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7 Oklahoma prison inmates injured in fight

Officials say the medium-security, 2,225-inmate prison was locked down Monday and that visitation was canceled while prison officials investigate the fight.

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Clinton native to serve as president of Oklahoma Funeral Board

Former Clinton resident Chad Vice was recently appointed by Governor Mary Fallin to serve a second five-year term on the ...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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County jailer sentenced for sexual abuse

Darrion Morgan, 26, of Clinton, was sentenced to four years in prison Tuesday after being found guilty on one count of sexual battery while overseeing a female inmate of the Custer County Jail.

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Mars says plant likely to be sold

“We have deeply valued our partnership with you and the Clinton site and wanted to notify you of this potential sale at the earliest possible time,” Brad Figel, the company’s vice president of public affairs for North America, told Mayor Berrong in an email Monday.

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