WOODWARD – Clinton’s first mat action in nearly a week resulted in a prophetic drubbing of the Woodward Boomers, 58-12, Thursday night. Head coach Rob Pitman said in Thursday’s paper that he wanted to see a dominant win and his team delivered.

When residents at Grace Living Center started their “Beanies for Babies” project earlier this year, their goal was to crochet 500 children’s hats and donate them to the University of Oklahoma Children’s Hospital in time for the holidays. 

A perfect start through nine games finally came to an end for the Arapaho-Butler boys’ basketball team (9-1) as it lost to the rival Canute Trojans, 54-49, Tuesday night at home.
Head coach Jeff Carlisle said the Indians’ loss was a letdown after winning the Five County Conference Tournament Saturday.

Street Closure

Modelle Avenue, between 16th and 17th Streets, has been closed due to water line repairs. Neighboring streets are to be used as a detour route.

Lynn Allen

Funeral services for Lynn Allen, 91, Dill City resident, will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Fifth and Roach Church of Christ in Dill City.

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PRAGUE – Success at the Prague Tournament isn’t foreign for Clinton basketball, and it continued with a 71-60 Reds’ win over Prague and a 48-43 thrilling, overtime Lady Reds’ victory over Davis Thu

Obituaries

Funeral services have been set for Marie Stelting, 97, of Corn at 1 p.m. today in the Corn Mennonite Brethren Church.
She died Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, in Oklahoma City.

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