Clinton residents, hit with water rate increases in the 40-to-50-percent range in January of this year, could be looking at an increase of nearly 14 percent for their biggest utility – electricity – come 2016.

Western Oklahoma’s water crisis may have passed, but Foss consultant Duane Smith is not ready to say the drought is over.

A Tecumseh developer still has hopes of putting in a 40-unit low-rent housing development north of Clinton that he first told local officials about nearly two years ago.

Costly cattle

   Clinton Livestock Auction owner Blake Berry estimates there are 30 to 40 percent fewer cattle than there were three years ago in this extended and continuing drought.

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Sports

Kori Glancy had the lone hit for the Lady Reds in their game at Burns Flat-Dill City Thursday.

The start of the season continues to be a struggle for the CHS softball team.
They fell to 1-5 on the year Thursday afternoon after a 6-0 loss on the road to Burns Flat-Dill City.

Lifestyle

After, by his own estimation, 41 years, one month and one week in the pulpit of the First Church of God, Roy Dobbs told his Church Council and congregation Sunday that he is retiring.

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