The Clinton Public School Foundation is now accepting nominations for the Outstanding Contribution to Education Award. This award honors an individual who has gone above and beyond supporting the students of Clinton Public Schools.

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At a recent meeting of Clinton’s Rotary Club, newly-elected president Gary Albert, left, presents a plaque to outgoing-president Buffington “Buff” Burtis in recognition of his service to the organization.

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Darrien Aubry Reinschmiedt and Robert Dale Comstock, both of Thomas, have announced intentions to marry Saturday, July 20, 2019, in a ceremony at the Custer County Fairgrounds in Clinton.

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Dora LoRene Floyd Miller of Thomas, daughter of Danny and Linda Floyd of Thomas, recently earned a Master’s of Science in Education degree from Cairn University-Longhorn, Pennsylvania.

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Alexa Benedict, a 2019 graduate of Burns Flat-Dill City High School, was named an Academic All-Stater by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence. BF-DC calculus teacher Chris Price was her honored guest at the awards banquet, held recently in Tulsa.

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At the Love the Hub party hosted by Mayor David Berrong, Clinton residents, from left, Stephanie Hime (background), Max McKinsey, Mark Nicholson and Randy Meacham.

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Clinton Middle School students Bryale Johnson, left, and Jaron Williams climb a tree to study its leaves.

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Freshman MacKenzie Kauk gets a sports physical exam from Kristy Baker, APRN, in preparation for playing basketball, softball and tennis when school starts in August.

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Clinton Middle School student Tristun Thomas works on an art project.

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Mike Rivera was crowned the pepper king when he gobbled six jalapenos during the contest held at the Rt. 66 Festival.

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