Wyatt Eaton and Reanne Jones are the November Red Tornado Boy and Girl for 2014 at Clinton High School.

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His water partially frozen in a bowl behind him, this big-eyed canine at the Clinton animal shelter may be wishing for a loving owner and something to keep him warm from the freezing temperatures that enveloped Clinton this week.

Plans for a new city-operated animal shelter have been put on hold.

City Manager Mark Skiles confirmed Thursday that Fetch Inc. has withdrawn from a memorandum of understanding approved by the City Council last February under which a new $300,000 facility was going to be built with Fetch raising money to pay half the cost.

2014 Arapaho-Butler High School Homecoming King and Queen honors Friday went to Cadren Reed and Norwegian foreign exchange student Malene Juul. They are both seniors.
His water partially frozen in a bowl behind him, this big-eyed canine at the Clinton animal shelter may be wishing for a loving owner and something to keep him warm from the freezing temperatures that enveloped Clinton this week.

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Sports

Danrick Lokeijak puts up a jumper during practice for the Clinton High boys basketball team Thursday. The Reds open the season Dec. 9.

The season opener is still more than three weeks away and a starting lineup is far from set, but Clinton High head basketball coach J.D.

Lifestyle

Arapaho-Butler has begun mum sales this week in anticipation of festivities Friday surrounding the A-B Indians’ homecoming basketball game against the Sentinel Bulldogs.

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