Here's a look at Wednesday's headlines

- Victim missing lamp and phone

- Clinton’s Giving Sight Day Oct. 1 

- CHS students gain practical skills through internships

- Lady Reds struggle with Elk City

- Saucier wins pick  contest

Working on a masterpiece

Kelsey Wood works hard to get her 3D duck finished for art class at Clinton High School. 

Clinton resident Nena Allen called the Clinton Police Department June 23 stating she was robbed by an acquaintance of hers, Maria Diaz, 39, also a Clinton resident.

Clinton’s Giving Sight Day Oct. 1

Clinton Vision Source is participating in Giving Sight Day Oct. 1. Dr. Randi Day, president of the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians (OAOP), said this will be the first year of many Clinton Vision Source will participate in Giving Sight Day.

CHS students gain practical skills through internships

The Career Pathways Internship Program has been available to students at Clinton High School since 2019.

It allows students in their junior and senior years of high school to be an intern at different organizations in town to see what the business atmosphere is like.

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Responded to the Clinton Police Department for a report of a violation of a no contact order.

Responded to the Clinton Police Department for a report of harassments.

Robert Jack Davies and Robin Lynn Hendershot to Steven Scott Hurt, WD. SW ¼ 14-12N-14W.

Jeffrey Defehr and Melanie Defehr to Jeffrey Defehr, Trustee and Melanie Defehr, Trustee, WD. Lot 13, Blk. 1, Timber Creek Estates Addn. Weatherford.

One giant leap

SJ Adkinson jumps into the foam pit found in the sensory room at Nance Elementary.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced the state’s infant mortality rate (IMR) has decreased by more than 18 percent since beginning a statewide infant mortality reduction program in 2007. The IMR was 8.2 in 2005-2007, dropping to 6.7 in 2018-2020.

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