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For having the winning entry in the car show held during Rodeo Hot Dog Days, Dusty Woodall, left, picks out a prize from a box held by Chamber president Julie Burden.

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Chamber members Luke Adams, left, and Dr. Floyd Simon Jr. attend a ribbon-cutting for the new Tornado Bowl field turf with other Chamber members.

The Oklahoma Department of Labor’s (“ODOL”) Wage and Hour Division awarded Oklahoma employees $839,909 in unpaid wages and benefits, plus an additional $88,400 in liquidated damages, for a total of $928,309 in fiscal year 2019 (July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019).

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The sixth-grade class from Western Oklahoma Christian School went to Washington, D.C., and visited many important monuments and museums.

The annual Graft family reunion was held Saturday, July 20, hosted by the Fern (Graft) Crispin family and held in the family room at the First United Methodist Church in Thomas.

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Elaborate Costumes, singing and dancing feature in “Lion King Jr.” at Southwest Playhouse. Pictured, from left, are actors Randon Folsom, Gavin Houck, Chloe Houch and Henry Stone. Performances today at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and at 2 p.m. Sunday.

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A family from Amarillo, Texas, stopped in Clinton to enjoy the Rodeo Days Parade. Dad Steven Torres watches as his daughter, six-year-old Lauren Torres, runs to pick up candy being thrown into the street during the parade.

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Clinton’s Rodeo Days Parade drew all kinds of folks. In the photo on the left are Sheriff Kenneth Tidwell, his wife Ann and their dog Penny; on the right is 4-year-old Brinkley Miller on her pony being led by her grandmother, Rhonda Weil.

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A big hit at the Rodeo Days Parade was a show put on by India Shriners from Oklahoma City. Pictured, from left, are Ray “Five Alarm” Bell and Flash Gordon Beckett.

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