Here is a look at Tuesday's headlines

- Mission House trying to help record numbers

- Nephew runs to ‘save’ uncle, earns arrest

- WPLS bookmobile hosts delegation

- Clinton competes in scrimmage

- State deaths

- Local pictures, articles and more

Mission House trying to help record numbers

The Mission House is seeing record numbers of hungry visitors to its soup kitchen lately, topping more than 200 meals per day several times last week. Director Jennifer Howard said if it continues at this rate, they’ll run out of food before their next delivery from the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank.

Mission House trying to help record numbers

First Christian Church members Sharon Meacham, right, and Rita Wright serve food to Clinton Police Chief Paul Rinkel, left, and Custer County Sheriff-elect Dan Day during a dinner held for first responders Friday. CDN

A Clinton man recently led the Weatherford Police Department on a high-speed chase in an apparent attempt to keep his uncle from being arrested on outstanding warrants.

WPLS bookmobile hosts delegation

As the only library system in the state that runs a traditional “overthe-road” bookmobile service, Western Plains Library System (WPLS) is a model for other systems in the state. On Friday Clinton was visited by a delegation from the much-larger Southeast Oklahoma Library System (SOLS) that was here to see how it’s done.

Living his best life

Blake Ringer beams with excitement, as he’s pulled around the arena on a sled, during last month’s Clinton Rodeo.

Deputy responded to a medical call of 37- year-old male choking in the 400 block of S. 10 .