As Clinton Public Schools transitions from the 2019-2020 academic year into the summer break, the school meal program will continue as it is for the foreseeable future, said CPS Assistant Superintendent Adam McPhail.

Custer County now has 4 active case of coronavirus according to the most recent update sent out by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

Here's a look inside the Weekend Issue

- City, OML work on manager search

- Summer reading program will begin Monday

- Bobby Stewart will seek third term

- Credit card skimming devices found in area

- Throwback: Reds end with gold in 2003

Clinton City Councilmen (clockwise) Ernie Dowdell, Patch McComas, Mayor David Berrong, OML’s Jodi Lewis and Mike Fina, Councilmen Bobby Stewart and Chris Jones discuss the search process needed to find a new city manager.

Clinton City Council members spent more than two hours this week meeting with Oklahoma Municipal League Executive Director Mike Fina and OML Director of Legislative Affairs Jodi Lewis to get guidance on how to hire the best city manager for Clinton.

Having some summer fun

From left, Hadley Meget, Sydnee Pugh, Callie Serfoss and Kendall Serfoss jump into a swimming pool to cool off during summer break. CDN

Clinton Public Library’s annual summer reading program is set to begin on Monday, but it’s going to look different this year, said head librarian Kathy Atchley. To make it easy for families to social distance, she and her staff have come up with some creative ways to keep kids reading over the summer and also provide fun activities to keep them busy.

Recently the Weatherford Police Department was notified by the Hinton Police Department of the discovery and removal of skimming devices at a gas station in Hinton.