These “Spirit Swag” brochures list a whole range of apparel and other Red Tornado logo souvenirs, all of which can be personalized with a name or number, being sold by the Clinton cheerleaders as a fundraiser. The cheer squad will have a table at tonight’s homecoming contest. These cheerleaders are, from left, Haley Francis, Alyssa Williams, Maria Navarrete and Caitlin Stehr.

A fundraiser starting tonight, pep rallies, a peewee cheerleader show, and special games are all on the calendar for the Clinton cheerleaders and cheer boosters, said Varsity Cheer Coach Lynn Mendoza.

Cheerleaders are selling spirit clothing that can be personalized with a name or number, along with various spirit items.

Clinton High School dropped from a B- to a D+ on the 2014 A-F school report card published this week by the State Department of Education, but Supt. Kevin Hime maintains a sudden rules change was the main factor in the decline. “Student by student,” he said, “we think we did better than last year.”

City officials were studying their handouts while citizens were paying close attention to the speaker, Edward Schwab of Severn Trent Services, during Tuesday’s big water meeting at City Hall. At the council table, from left, were City Councilman Wheeler Lowry, City Manager Mark Skiles, Mayor Seth Adams, City Clerk Lisa Anders, and Councilman Don Rodolph. Present but not pictured were councilmen Mustafa Sami and Jason Hulin.

$28.5 million.

In round figures, that’s the not-to-exceed capital cost for Clinton’s comprehensive water program – if the City Council goes for it.

For that, or less, the city would get five new water wells, a plant capable of producing 2.1 million gallons of treated water per day, and infrastructure to deliver it.

These “Spirit Swag” brochures list a whole range of apparel and other Red Tornado logo souvenirs, all of which can be personalized with a name or number, being sold by the Clinton cheerleaders as a fundraiser. The cheer squad will have a table at tonight’s homecoming contest. These cheerleaders are, from left, Haley Francis, Alyssa Williams, Maria Navarrete and Caitlin Stehr.
City officials were studying their handouts while citizens were paying close attention to the speaker, Edward Schwab of Severn Trent Services, during Tuesday’s big water meeting at City Hall. At the council table, from left, were City Councilman Wheeler Lowry, City Manager Mark Skiles, Mayor Seth Adams, City Clerk Lisa Anders, and Councilman Don Rodolph. Present but not pictured were councilmen Mustafa Sami and Jason Hulin.

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Chris Brooks (4) follows the blocks of offensive linemen Mason Waldrop (65) and Hector Hernandez to gain positive yards against Heritage Hall.

OKLAHOMA CITY – By the scoreboard, Clinton failed its first road test of the season as the Red Tornadoes lost to Heritage Hall 39-29 Friday.

Lifestyle

These “Spirit Swag” brochures list a whole range of apparel and other Red Tornado logo souvenirs, all of which can be personalized with a name or number, being sold by the Clinton cheerleaders as a fundraiser. The cheer squad will have a table at tonight’s homecoming contest. These cheerleaders are, from left, Haley Francis, Alyssa Williams, Maria Navarrete and Caitlin Stehr.

A fundraiser starting tonight, pep rallies, a peewee cheerleader show, and special games are all on the calendar for the Clinton cheerleaders and cheer boosters, said Varsity Cheer Coach Lynn Mendo

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