Jeromy Brush, local project manager for Severn Trent, plugs in one of the many wires needed to convert the Clinton Lake water treatment plant from manual operation to automatic.

Those prayers for rain that a lot of Clinton folks have been voicing were answered last weekend in a more positive way than most of them realized.

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

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Brothers-in-law, from left, Tommy Nguyen and Jimmy Duong take a break from their renovation work on the former Nazarene Church at 14th and Frisco in Clinton. They plan to establish either a restaurant or a nail salon. They hope to have the renovations completed by sometime in November.

An eager pair of entrepreneurs transplanted here from Owasso is in the process of extensively remodeling the former Nazarene Church at 14th and Frisco Ave. in Clinton to turn it into a business.

Jeromy Brush, local project manager for Severn Trent, plugs in one of the many wires needed to convert the Clinton Lake water treatment plant from manual operation to automatic.
Brothers-in-law, from left, Tommy Nguyen and Jimmy Duong take a break from their renovation work on the former Nazarene Church at 14th and Frisco in Clinton. They plan to establish either a restaurant or a nail salon. They hope to have the renovations completed by sometime in November.

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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