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- County still talking about opioids

- Pedestrian dies in Beckham Co.

- Officer allegedly assaulted

- Ministerial Alliance unites churches to serve

- CHS Reds baseball ends losing streak

Custer County commissioners gathered for a concise, yet productive meeting Monday morning at the Custer County Courthouse.

A fatal collision between a semi and pedestrian occurred at approximately 1:55 a.m. Sunday near the Interstate 40, 6.5 mile marker eastbound, half a mile west of Erick in Beckham County, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

Ministerial Alliance unites churches to serve

The Clinton Ministerial Alliance is revitalizing its role in the community, bringing together local churches to serve as a unified body of Christ, said Bowman Vowell, the alliance’s president.

An inmate housed at the Custer County Detention Center is allegedly facing charges of battery or assault and battery on a law enforcement officer following a recent altercation within the facility, according to a probable cause affidavit filed by Custer County Dept. Jail Lt. Lacey Schmidt. Cameron Ooley, 25, of Clinton, is allegedly facing the above charges.

(AP) — Columbia University canceled in-person classes on Monday and new demonstrations broke out on other U.S. college campuses as tensions continue to grow over Israel's war in Gaza.