Here's a preview of Saturday's CDN

- City awarded $1.2M grant via OWRB

- Arrest made in local spree  

- CHS, CMS gamers attend OKSE State at SWOSU

- Senior athlete learned life lessons from football

- Arapaho-Butler players direct traffic

Germs no more

The Clinton Public School district received a donation of 40 pallets filled with Lysol brand disinfectant wipes, totaling approximately 4 million individual Lysol wipes. The large donation, equivalent to about $300,000, is an amount almost too generous for CPS. Superintendent Tyler Bridges said they intend to distribute most of the wipes to Clinton Regional, Meritt, Burns Flat, Thomas, Arapaho-Butler and Weatherford Public Schools.

The City of Clinton has received approval for a $1,262,382 grant from the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) funded through American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for important upgrades and improvements to the City’s water system. The grant, which has been a year in the making, was officially approved Thursday during a regular meeting of the OWRB.

CHS, CMS gamers attend OKSE State at SWOSU

The age-old parental condemnation, “Those games will rot your brain!” has taken a blow today as six gamers’ screen time and dexterous extremities has qualified them for the Oklahoma Scholastic Esports (OKSE) State Tournament hosted by Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) in its new Esports Arena located inside the Wellness Center at 1101 North Broadway, Weatherford. The Clinton Middle School sent five Whirlwinds to State yesterday to compete in the video games “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” and “Fortnite.” Gamers Javier Rodriguez, Garrett Gubitz and Tate Bryson competed in “Smash,” a game featuring the Super Mario Brothers and other Nintendo characters fighting to knock one another off a fighting stage.

Kory Sage Lara, 23, of Hennesey, has been charged with knowingly receiving and concealing stolen property after a Nov. 23 incident involving a stolen trailer and sucker pipe allegedly taken from multiple areas across western Oklahoma.

MARRIAGE LICENSES Miguel Angel Martinez and Bianna Nicole Diaz Cristian Noe Garcia and Macy Breann Griffin Aryan Prashantkumar Sanghavi and Riyaben Nayankumar Patel Arik Jerome Thompson and Malorie Michelle Quintero Harding

(AP) — The House voted to expel Republican Rep. George Santos of N.Y. after a critical ethics report on his conduct that accused him of converting campaign donations for his own use.