Custer County, OK

Weatherford, OKwdnonline.com

Route 66 bicycle group to pedal through Weatherford

During a Custer County Commission meeting Monday, commissioners discussed a Route 66 bike group which will come through Weatherford. Following the meeting the Weatherford Daily News contacted Mayor Mike Brown. “There’s a resolution which involves a bicycle group traveling through our state along Route 66. A lot of times they...
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Custer County, OKwdnonline.com

Delinquent tax sale Monday

The Custer County delinquent tax sale is 9 a.m. Monday in front of the county courthouse. The county will be selling properties which are 4 year delinquent on their taxes. Properties will go to the highest bidder and participants must pay in cash. For more information, call the Custer County...
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Custer County, OKClinton Daily News

Carrol Hoffman

A Mass of Christian Burial for Carrol Hoffman, 89, Clinton resident and Custer County farmer, will be held 2:00 P.M., Friday, June 11, 2021 in the St. Mary’s Catholic Church, officiated by Father Balaswamy Mandagiri and burial will follow in the Clinton Cemetery under the direction of the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home.
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Weatherford, OKkecofm.com

Weatherford Woman Leads Multiple Agencies on Pursuit

A Weatherford woman wanted in Oklahoma County on a felony charge, led local authorities on a pursuit through three Custer County communities recently. The woman would eventually be arrested in Arapaho but not before driving through residential yards and hitting a Custer County Deputy’s patrol unit. According to a probable...
Clinton, OKkecofm.com

Local Teens Involved in I-40 Accident

An early Sunday morning crash in Custer County has hospitalized a pair of local teens. According to an accident report filed by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the mishap occurred on at 1:15 Sunday morning, two miles west of Clinton, when the 2007 GMC pick-up driven by 19-year-old Christopher Newcomb of Clinton traveled off the right side of the road after being distracted by a phone. The driver over corrected and then traveled across both eastbound lanes and the center median. The pick-up would strike the cable barrier, which caused the vehicle to become airborne for approximately 20 feet before crossing over the westbound lanes, and began to roll. OHP say the pick-up rolled 3 ¼ times causing the passenger, 19-year-old Elk City resident Mikah Butler, to be ejected 40 feet from the truck.
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Clinton, OKnews9.com

4 Killed, 1 Injured In Crash Near Clinton, Troopers Say

Four people died and another person was injured in a crash near Clinton in Custer County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. The time and date of the crash is under investigation, troopers said. The single-vehicle crash happened on Interstate 40 about five miles west of Clinton. Aime Tarango, 27, of...
Clinton, OKokcfox.com

Four people, including 2 children, dead after crash on I-40

CLINTON, Okla (KOKH) — Four people are dead after their car crashed on I-40 near Clinton in Custer County. Investigators with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol say they don't know the exact time or date of the accident. They say a 2014 Hyundai Sonata with 5 people inside was driving eastbound...
Custer County, OKKFOR

4 people, including 2 children, killed in Custer County crash

CUSTER COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – Troopers are investigating a tragic crash that claimed the lives of two adults and two children in Custer County. According to an accident report by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a 2014 Hyundai Sonata was eastbound on I-40, just west of Clinton, when it gradually left the roadway.
Custer County, OKClinton Daily News

Headlines for the Friday Edition

- Appeals court sides with Custer County, former sheriff in lawsuit. - Local news, pics and more. Read the Clinton Daily News in print, online at www.clintondailynews.com or download the app.
Custer County, OKoklahoman.com

Sheriff's refusal to email public records upheld by appeals court

An appeals court has ruled citizens are not entitled under Oklahoma's Open Records Act to receive public records, even routine police reports, by email. State law requires public officials to "do nothing more" than to make records available, Judge E. Bay Mitchell wrote in an opinion issued April 30. The...
Custer County, OKdeweycountyrecord.com

Open Records Case reaches State Supreme Court

Welcome to Custer County, Oklahoma, where emailing a public record is apparently a burden for the local sheriff’s office. After a year of limited public interactions and meetings over videoconference amid COVID-19, it may come as a surprise that a case involving emailed records has reached the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals.
Custer County, OKEnid News and Eagle

Private citizens encounter hurdles when seeking records

Welcome to Custer County, Okla., where emailing a public record is apparently a burden for the local sheriff’s office. After a year of limited public interactions and meetings over videoconference amid COVID-19, it may come as a surprise that a case involving emailed records has reached the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals.
Clinton, OKClinton Daily News

Betty Jeannine Wilmeth

Funeral Services for Betty Jeannine Wilmeth, 92, Poteau, Oklahoma resident formerly of the Custer City-Independence community will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, March 19, 2021 in the Chapel at Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home in Clinton, Oklahoma officiated by Richard Vermillion, burial will conclude in the Mound Valley Cemetery in Thomas.