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- PD searches for burglary suspect

- School board filing starts Monday

- Hemingways purchase Tautfest building

- CPS teaching newcomer finalists are announced

- Crusaders start season 1-1

PD searches for burglary suspect

A female Clinton resident confronted a male outside her front door Sunday morning as he allegedly attempted to break into her house.

Museum merriment

From left, Pat Smith, Esther Dunford and Pamela Mosely prepare the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum for Christmas by decorating their Route 66-inspired Christmas tree. CDN

Candidates interested in running for the No. 2 Board of Education seats in the Clinton, Arapaho-Butler and Thomas-Fay-Custer school districts may file a declaration of candidacy beginning 8 a.m. Monday.

Hemingways purchase Tautfest building

After many years of sitting vacant, a 16,000-square-foot building located at 2235 W. Gary Blvd. has been purchased by Aaron and Jenny Hemingway.

CPS teaching newcomer finalists are announced

Three teachers have been recognized as Clinton Public School Newcomer of the Year finalists. One winner will be awarded a $250 cash prize. This will be the second year the CPS Foundation has distributed the NOY award.

Responded to a report of a possible stolen vehicle eastbound on I-40 from Beckham County.

(AP) – Migrants seeking to enter the United States will again have to stay in Mexico as they await immigration hearings, as the Biden administration reluctantly announced plans This week to reinstate the Trump-era policy and agreed to Mexico’s conditions for resuming it.

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