BIRTH

Natasha and Ryan Millard of Lewisville, Texas, welcomed twins Jan. 3, 2020.

Indie James Millard was 6 pounds, 4 ounces and was 19 inches long. Clementine Grace Millard weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces and was 19.25 inches long.

Clinton WTC honorees

Morning WTC Awards recipients from the Clinton community include first row, from left, Juan Guzman, Gloria Jacobo, Karissa Whiteshirt, Citlally Vargas, Jahnae Simmons, Matthew McCornack, Danny Gugle; second row, Nidellyn Armendariz, Sebastiana Perez, Maria Ramirez, Tania Perez, Anahi Lopez, Anaye

Willing to help

Corn Bible Academy students, from left, Delicity Walters, Sofia Schmidt and Reed Skarda helped prepare verenika for the annual German Feast and Auction held today.

Medical equipment offers mobility

David Rose, general manager of Western Medical, is checking a top-of-the-line Quantum Edge power chair to make sure it’s ready for delivery to a customer.

Grace residents hold devotionals

Residents at Grace Living Center take time to pause and reflect at their weekly devotionals, led by activities director Sandra Cabaniss.

Cutting edge training at Sinor

Sinor EMS paramedics Jeremy Pool, left, and Nathan McPherson demonstrate certification training. In the background are, from left, Chris Swihart EMT; Tyler Carey EMT; Raven Cantrell EMR; and Joe Williams EMT.

If, like many people, you are concerned about how much screen time you or your kids are getting, there’s an easy remedy which can also help boost your brain power: Reading a book — in print.

Clinton pharmacy fully staffed

Ready to serve customers at Western Drug are, from left, Ross Foster, pharmacist-in-charge; Harley Brittain, pharmacist tech; BoFelch, pharmacist tech; Joanna Flores, pharmacist tech; and Rochelle Leonard, pharmacist.

Americans are notoriously sleep-deprived, which can have unpleasant and even dangerous effects. And while a nap can alleviate fatigue, increase alertness and improve mood, for years napping was considered to be a pastime more appropriate for little children and the sick than healthy adults.

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