-Glancy Hotel renovation plans outlined
-Youth basketball league visitors keeping Clinton busy 
-$2 billion wind project gets OCC approval
-Arapaho-Butler is area bound
-Clinton peewee wrestling finishes year at state tourney
-Plus see local pictures

The Oklahoma Senate approved legislation to improve fiscal transparency and accountability of Oklahoma’s state agencies. Senate Bill 177, by Sen.

A bill to encourage and retain Oklahoma’s top educators has cleared its first legislative hurdle. Sen. Rob Standridge, R-Norman, is the author of Senate Bill 1127, the Teacher Retention Act of 2020. The bill has been approved by the Senate Education Committee.

CMS Principal’s Honor Roll recipients recognized at breakfast

Seventh-graders at Clinton Middle School recognized at the Clinton Public School Foundation-sponsored Honor Roll Breakfast are, front row from left, Braxton Driskill, Parker Adams, Derron Jackson, Kyler Ringo-Kabunda, Cooper Whitetail, Vinay Madi and Jagger Moschetti; middle row, Addison Newcomb,

Social media has allowed at-home food business owners to reach larger numbers of potential customers, but Oklahoma’s strict regulations have kept many from growing and succeeding. Sen.

Repair and renovation to the Glancy Hotel will apparently be implemented in three stages according to information supplied by City Building Inspector Toby Anders.

Junior Livestock Show opens Sunday

Clinton High School seniors Micah McAtee, left, and Jaden Oyler work with a 1½-year-old heifer that will be shown at the Custer County Junior Livestock Show, to be held Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Custer County Fairgrounds. Donor Reception will be at 5:30 p.m.

Youth basketball league visitors keeping Clinton busy

Clinton is once again hosting the Western Oklahoma Youth Basketball League, and any Clintonite who has ventured outdoors on a Saturday this past month — perhaps to do some shopping of their own — will have noticed them. Their sheer numbers make them hard to miss.

PSO’s plan to build three new wind generation facilities in western Oklahoma achieved a milestone this week. The Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) announced it has given its regulatory approval to the $2 billion project, part of which will be situated in Custer County.

WES Book Fair open through Friday

Students, from left, Ethan Lofland, Bryson Snider, Olivia Campbell and Evan Hunter peruse the shelves at Washington Elementary’s Scholastic Book Fair, open from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. through Friday in the library.

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