A-B graduates, from left, Ginger Roush Read, Clay Kauk, Tina Robinson Hughes, Dusky Woodall, invite the community to the Arapaho-Butler alumni basketball game at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 19. A

Presenting a program about beneficial insects to Nance pre-k students are Custer County OSU Extension Office educators Jordan Nel (aka Miss Ladybug), left, and Ron Wright.

To show appreciation to everyone involved with fighting last year’s devastating Rhea fire, and to raise money for the volunteer fire departments still feeling its effects today, a Firefighter’s Appreciation

Enjoying a special visit by Custer County OSU Extension Office educators to the Nance pre-k class at Clinton Therapy and Living are, front row from left, Halley Stockton, Virginia Lively,

FRIDAY APRIL 12 DANCE: American Legion dance at the Legion Hall on U.S. 183, entry by donation. 6:30 p.m - 9:30 p.m. MEETING: Clinton AA meets in the basement of

Spring brings promises of returning warmth, new life and the annual green-up. With this, the contrast between the brown winter landscape and the evergreen eastern redcedar diminishes. But the threat

Performing in a special assembly at Nance Elementary are, front row from left, Autumn Krewall, and Camila Hernandez; second row, Daxon McCarther, AnDrea Ford, Jennesey Rodarte and BrynLee Nowlin; third

A new study released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) finds greenhouse gas emissions from corn-based ethanol are about 39 percent lower than gasoline. The study also states that

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