Here is a look at Thursday's headlines

- City settles on 9-year-old damage claim

- Local woman charged with arson

- Chamber award nominations sought

- Up-to-date immunizations needed before school begins

- Fernandez signs with Rose State

‘Farmers to Families’ giveaway Friday

Volunteers who will help give out 2,500 USDA food boxes include, from left, Susan Farmer, Matthew McCormack, Rob White, Adam Flores and Audra White. Boxes include fresh vegetables, dairy and meat products and will be available from 4-6 p.m. Friday in the Clinton High School parking lot. To volunteer call (580) 309-4853.

A Clinton woman was arrested Monday and charged with arson, in connection to a structure fire that occurred last month.

Nominations are currently being sought for Clinton Citizen of the Year, AMBUCS Woman of the Year and Clinton Volunteer of the Year. Winners will be announced at the Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet to be held Friday, Aug. 14, at the Frisco Center.

The Clinton City Council agreed this week to accept $350,000 from its insurance provider, the Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group, to close the chapter on an ongoing legal battle to recover damages to the Clinton Lake water treatment plant that happened in August, 2011.

JSL gives back to PD

Clinton Junior Service League showed its appreciation for the Clinton Police Department by giving them treats donated by local businesses. From left are Lt. Miguel Gonzales, officers Mario Cedilloand Jeffrey Robbins; JSL members Merlanda Dorman, Tayler Hartman, Stormie Hill, Brittany Miller, Maddie Miller, Courtney Kreizenbeck and Madison Whitetail.

Clinton school administrators are formulating contingency plans for any COVID-19-related situations that may arise after school starts, but all indications are that — one way or another — kids will be back in school on Aug. 13.

Deputies responded to a request for extra patrol in the 200 block of W. Peckham in Thomas.

Here is a look at Wednesday's headlines

- C&A breaks ground on EMS facility

- SWOSU goes virtual at Thanksgiving

- Christmas in July to be this weekend at Foss

- Clinton staying healthy so far

- Caleb Gray obituary

- State deaths