Here's a look at Wednesday's Clinton Daily News

- Glancy Motel update 

- City negotiating garbage contract

- Smith appointed by governor to serve State Board of Education

- A-B pushes through tourney adversity

- Orville E. “Bud” Fowler obit

Keeping the books

Amy Hunter maintains the official scorebook while working at a Clinton JV basketball game. CDN

Glancy Motel buyer backs out

Clinton real estate broker Jimmie Johnson has been notified by the investment group that had contracted to purchase the Glancy Motel and former Pop Hicks Restaurant properties that they have decided not to buy the property at the current time.

After multiple closeddoor sessions dating back to Dec. 15, 2020, citizens were given some light to what the “pending investigation, claim or action …” being discussed at the last four city council meetings was.

Champs heading back

The Corn Bible Academy academic team returns to state next Saturday to defend its Class A title after winning the area championship. The Crusaders have won two of the last three titles (2018, 2020) and are making their seventh state tourney appearance in a row. Pictured are, front row, from left, Harrison Penner, Kennedy Listak, Brendan Miller; back row, Isaiah Thiessen, Katelyn Gossen and Phillip Javorsky. CBA is coached by head coach Joyce Creed and assistant Mark Thiessen.

Responded to a report of cows out onehalf mile north of Arapaho Road and Custer City Road.