Here's a look at the headlines for the Weekend edition

- City to get federal aid for ice storm

- Card skimmers hit area

- Taylor is named to prestigious post

- Red Tornadoes fall late to rival Eagles

- New softball districts see little change for CHS

Never too early for prom

Judy Stehr from Dottie’s Bridal & Formal Wear arranges a new prom display so that high schoolers can start shopping for their dresses.

Thursday afternoon Clinton Police officers confiscated a credit card skimmer at a gas station here in Clinton.

Fence picket project

Mark Stapleton, Clinton Public Schools grounds supervisor, cuts fence pickets donated by Ace that will be used for an art project at Nance Elementary. CDN

Taylor is named to prestigious post

Janalyn Taylor, the principal of Nance Elementary, was recently notified she is the president-elect of the Oklahoma Association of Elementary School Principals (OAESP).

The deadline is fast approaching for interested students to apply for the Career Tech Scholarship Award being offered by the Clinton Public School Foundation.

Prep work

Reece Richardson of Arapaho-Butler FFA prepares her chi heifer for the show ring at the annual Cattlemen’s Congress.

In 1920, the first meeting of the League of Nations was held in Paris.

Responded to a 911 call about a car in ditch at S. 920 and 2370 Roads.

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