Arapaho-Butler basketball doesn’t officially start the 2016 season until Tuesday against Lookeba-Sickles, but they finish up scrimmage play today at 3 p.m. against Sterling.
After lengthy discussion, the Clinton City Council compromised Tuesday evening on garbage rates and service for people living outside the city limits.
Graveside services for Thomas F. Dobbs, 84, former Clinton resident, were held yesterday at Fairlawn Cemetery in Elk City.
The biggest gaffe of the college football season occurred just two weeks ago when a referee gave an extra down to Central Michigan and they capitalized seemingly sinking Oklahoma State’s season wit
Despite a power outage and change of location, Clinton volleyball came away with a 2-0 home finale, senior night win over Erick Thursday at the Clinton Middle School gym.
A memorial service for Michael H. Mackus, 47, of Clinton, will be held at a later date.
He died Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016, in his Clinton home.
An agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation declined to say Thursday what, if anything, was found during Wednesday’s search for explosives in the northwest part of Clinton.
A man who jumped in a pond Wednesday afternoon to escape local police was rescued by Lt. Ron McLemore when he started suffering cramps and yelled for help.
Auditions for the upcoming production of “Miracle on 34th Street” will be held at 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at Southwest Playhouse.
Clinton police say a man found dead early Saturday afternoon in a house on S. 25th Street died of a self-inflicted gunshot.
Senior Chris Brooks became a contributor for Clinton football in his freshman season and is now a top-tier weapon in the Red Tornadoes’ offense and key starter on defense.
Clinton Middle School football continues to win even during a short week as the eighth grade (4-0 overall) beat Lawton MacArthur 30-6 and the seventh graders (4-0 overall) dropped the Highlanders 1
Corn Bible Academy improved its record to 5-4 overall and 3-2 in district by not having to take the field today as district opponent Cement (1-7, 0-5) forfeited today’s contest.
Garrison Miller of Clinton took home Grand Champion Heifer honors from the 2016 Custer County Fre
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