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- Space port developing with growth

- Family aids neighbor’s rescue

- Chamber luncheon will be Wednesday

- Cemetery Walk to reveal history

- Clinton Reds soccer clinches district

The aerospace industry in Oklahoma continues to soar, with the Oklahoma Air & Space Port at Clinton-Sherman Airport (CSM) in Burns Flat playing a significant role in the state’s progress. Executive Director of the Oklahoma Space Industry Development Authority (OSIDA), Craig Smith, shared updates on the space port’s growth and future plans.

A life-threatening accident Wednesday evening in the 100 block of Randolph Road turned into a display of neighborly action when the Martinez family came to the aid of Judy Tilly, who was found trapped beneath her own truck.

The Clinton Chamber of Commerce will hold its membership luncheon from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Frisco Center. The guest speaker will be Craig Smith, executive director of the Oklahoma Space Industry Development Authority (OSIDA), who will give a program on the current events at the space port, including the hangars that are ready and other developments.