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- Bluepeak to scale back cable project

- Capt. Hammans retires from Clinton Police Department

- Call goes out for survivor stories

- Clinton volleyball falls at AMPO, prepares for regionals

Clinton leaders met with representatives from Bluepeak Thursday after the company’s project to install fiber optic internet cables led to a slew of line breaks across the city. Delays in the company’s project along with a lack of information has led to frustration that the City is hopeful will now be resolved.

Working together

Jason Gomez, left, and Clint White work to remove a tall tree at Avant Avenue and S. Eighth Street on a lot owned by Pepsi. Mark Nicholson said plans are to expand warehouse and parking space.

Capt. Hammans retires from Clinton Police Department

The Clinton Police Department is going through changes as it says goodbye to longtime officer and Det. Capt. Ray Hammans and celebrates newly promoted captains Luis De La Torre and Shane Harrelson.

CBA royalty

Micah Graf and Chloe Nelson were named Corn Bible Academy Homecoming King and Queen. Attendants were Western Oklahoma Christian School students, fronm left, Graham Geisler and Monroe Murray.

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. regulators on Friday unveiled their plan to allow foreign baby formula manufacturers to stay on the market long term, an effort to diversify the nation's tightly concentrated industry and prevent future shortages.