Forty homeowners in Custer County will receive rebates of up to $2,000 to put in tornado saferooms when the money becomes available from the federal government, Emergency Management Director Mike Galloway told county commissioners Monday.

A nearly packed house from a wide area turned out to hear state senior citizen fraud experts speak Tuesday morning at a conference at the Frisco Center. Here, from left, Sylvia Woods and Beryl Kelley, both of Clinton, visit with Chief Assistant Attorney General Julie A. Bays of Oklahoma City. Bays talked about home repair fraud and current scams.

If Cpl. Kelli Bruemmer’s presentation on mail fraud is any indication, senior citizens along with various professionals there for Continuing Education credits got an earful and a mind full about the ways senior citizens are vulnerable today to a variety of different kinds of crime.

The driver of this white truck was wounded during a test drive Monday morning.

Duane Bowman, 66, of Custer City, was injured in a two-vehicle accident Monday morning when a one-ton truck he was taking for a test drive lost power and was hit by a smaller pickup, Police Chief David Crabtree said.

A nearly packed house from a wide area turned out to hear state senior citizen fraud experts speak Tuesday morning at a conference at the Frisco Center. Here, from left, Sylvia Woods and Beryl Kelley, both of Clinton, visit with Chief Assistant Attorney General Julie A. Bays of Oklahoma City. Bays talked about home repair fraud and current scams.
The driver of this white truck was wounded during a test drive Monday morning.
This business may have closed a little early Wednesday after a late-model SUV crashed through its front window at 2:03 p.m. Checking things out is Sgt. Shawn Blackowl. Nobody was hurt, but a young woman sitting at a nearby desk was certainly shook up.

Unexpected guest

Nobody was hurt when this 2011 Chevrolet Traverse plowed through the front window of the World Acceptance Corp. offices at 1221 Gary Blvd. at 2:03 p.m. Wednesday. Lt.

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Mike Lee is resigning as head football coach of the Clinton Red Tornadoes effective immediately. A complete story will appear in Tuesday's Clinton Daily News.

Lifestyle

This bevy of mermaids from “Peter Pan Jr.” includes (front from left) Paige Parker, Kate Dowdell and Milenia Perez, and (back from left) Emma Dowdell, Claire Aneshansley, Sophia Dickerson and Emmy Martin., Among the performers taking stage in “Peter Pan Jr.” at 7:30 p.m. today (Friday) are Mahala Spillers as Tiger Lilly, Dylan Graybill as Brave Pine and Lexus Wolfe, in back, as Tinker Bell., Among the lost boys in “Peter Pan Jr.” are (front from left) Garrett Graybill, Cooper Frymire, Montiel Crane, Zavion Williams, Zeshawn Bolden, Joe McPhearson, (back from left) Rebekah and Olivia Campbell

The Southwest Actors Guild production of “Disney’s Peter Pan Jr.” on stage this weekend at the Southwest Playhouse, N.

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