Cindy Box stands next to miniature horses, Little Lucky (Santa) and Kramer (Mrs. Claus). The two horses will be offering rides to children Saturday at the Hub City Market and will be dressed as Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Saturday will be the first day of November and Clinton Chamber of Commerce officials are hoping people use it as an opportunity to begin their holiday shopping at the Hub City Market.

With today’s mobile society, a deadly disease thousands of miles away in Africa is causing precautions to be taken in rural Oklahoma.

“With Interstate 40, if somebody came through sick, we could instantly have it in Custer County,” Sheriff Bruce Peoples said at Monday’s county commissioner meeting.

Two men – one of whom had allegedly been burglarizing residential dwellings in south Clinton for about six weeks and the other exhibiting both bizarre and illegal behavior for the past week – appeared in court Monday on a total of twelve felony and two misdemeanor charges.

Cindy Box stands next to miniature horses, Little Lucky (Santa) and Kramer (Mrs. Claus). The two horses will be offering rides to children Saturday at the Hub City Market and will be dressed as Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Miller well is gusher

   As the Clinton City Council prepared Tuesday to discuss a raw water contract with the Town of Canute, the project manager for the Foss Reservoir Master Conservancy District was en route to Oklah

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Sports

Marquiz Simpkins (24) carries the ball for the Red Tornadoes with fullback Dawson Ballard (1) providing the block. Clinton picked up its first district win of the season by defeating the Owls.

For the first half of its game with Elgin Friday at the Tornado Bowl, Clinton looked like the Red Tornado teams of old.

Lifestyle

Brandon Lewis and Connor Meacham have been named the Red Tornado Boy and Girl for September at Clinton High School.

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