-Local school districts plan for enrollment
-Six area counties eligible for FEMA reimbursement
-Local groups invited to ‘Community Day’
-Lady Reds get back on playing field
-Anders returning for sophomore year at Brevard
-Plus see local pictures 

Six counties in this part of Oklahoma, including Custer, have been approved for FEMA disaster assistance from storms earlier this year. Other nearby counties on the list are Washita, Dewey,

Larry and Mildred Tracy’s immaculate lawn at 413 S. 24th was selected as Clinton Daily News’ Yard of the Week.

Winners of the Rodeo Days’ Cutest Little Cowboy and Cowgirl contest and moms, from left, are Alex Dedmon with Pazelee Dedmon, 2; Corey Randle, 7; Hensley Morgan, 6; Harper Nicholson,

Classes will begin on Thursday, Aug. 8 for both Clinton and Arapaho-Butler school districts this year, and enrollment dates at each school will be held the week prior. CLINTON SCHOOL

Clinton Kmart is inviting non-profit and civic organizations, churches and small businesses to participate in a “community day” it will be holding from 12-5 p.m. Saturday in the store’s parking

Clinton High School students Meghin Martinez, left, and Porter Hensley enjoy “indoor skydiving” at the iFly facility in Oklahoma City.

Daxon McCarther creates a gooey science experiment while at Summer Playground.

TUESDAY JULY 23 STORY TIME: Clinton Public Library holds its weekly story time for young children. For additional information call (580) 323-2165. 10 a.m. MEETING: Clinton AA meets in the

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