According to Custer County Sheriff Dan Day, The Bureau of Indian Affairs has two juveniles in custody in connection with Thursday's murder of a 17-year-old Clinton male. The homicide occurred north of the Clinton Golf Course on a county road.

Here's a look at the Weekend headlines

- Changes eyed at local ODOT

- 17-year-old murdered in county

- 74th annual rodeo next weekend

- Kluver’s celebrating 85th anniversary in business

- Hernandez signs with Missouri Valley

Changes eyed at local ODOT

In order to become more efficient, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation is looking at the possibility of consolidating some of its facilities across the state. That could include reducing the ODOT facility located in south Clinton from a division headquarters to an area office.

The Custer County Sheriff’s Office requested the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to assist with the murder investigation of a 17-year-old male occurring Thursday evening.

74th annual rodeo next weekend

The 74 annual Rafter D Clinton Rodeo is scheduled Friday and Saturday next weekend, July 30 and 31, at the Nance Rotary Park Rodeo Grounds.

Kluver’s celebrating 85th anniversary in business

Kluver’s Appliances and Home Furnishings will be celebrating its 85 anniversary Aug. 5 with hourly giveaways, small door prizes, food catered locally, drinks, and visits from sales representatives and former employees from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Clinton students attend camp

Nearly 500 students attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s (SWOSU) 66th annual band camp.

Outdoorsy afternoon

Brad and Teresa Garcia share a laugh on a bench at McLain Rogers Park. CDN