Custer County OSU Extension Service will be conducting three wheat turn row meetings Monday and Wednesday.

   Monday’s first meeting will be at Butler, beginning at 10 a.m., with the plot location being five miles west and a quarter mile north of Butler.

Taxes from the Holiday Inn Express and Water Zoo, pictured in the background from Chapman Road which is being refurbished, are helping pay for other infrastructure in the TIF district.

 

   Payback of a $1.5-million loan used to finance infrastructure within the City of Clinton’s first TIF district continues to be well ahead of schedule, City Treasurer Debra Blanchard said this week.

   Maintenance of Clinton street lights, including those on Interstate 40, is a shared responsibility between the City of Clinton and Public Service Company of Oklahoma, City Manager Steve Hewitt said Wednesday.

Taxes from the Holiday Inn Express and Water Zoo, pictured in the background from Chapman Road which is being refurbished, are helping pay for other infrastructure in the TIF district.

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Sports

Wyatt Eaton hit his first home run of the season for the Reds Tuesday afternoon vs. Woodward.

   The rout was on early for the Red Tornadoes Tuesday afternoon at home vs. Woodward.

Lifestyle

   Director Jim Hull has set auditions for the dramatic comedy “Dixie Swim Club” for 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at the Southwest Playhouse, N. Sixth and Nowahy in Clinton.

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