Deputy conducted a welfare check in the 100 block of Broadway.

Here is a look at Wednesday's headlines

- CFD hasn’t needed PPE grant money

- CMS recognized for top honor

- Two men allegedly break into press box

- Barbara Sewell obituary

- Gertrude Hill death notice

- A-B notches 4-2 mark at tourney

Aircraft interior work

Levi McBride fixes the headliners, walls, and carpet of this Piper Cherokee 235 aircraft at Clinton Regional Airport.

Clinton Middle School was recently recognized by Solution Tree as a Model Professional Learning Community at Work for its sustained success in raising student achievement.

CFD hasn’t needed PPE grant money

The Oklahoma State Fire Marshal’s Office has awarded grants for personal protective equipment based on applications, but the Clinton Fire Department hasn’t had any need to apply for any such grants.

According to the Oklahoma Probable Cause Affidavit, Clinton resident Stephen Frack, 50, was arrested for seconddegree burglary along with Eric Johnston, 38, of Missouri who was arrested for second-degree burglary and falsely impersonating another to create liability.

CHS stays on top of yardwork

Clinton Public Schools maintenance worker Brian Newman mows at the CHS campus with a grand smile on his face.

Deputies responded to a report of a rolled over unoccupied pickup at N. 1070 Road on Highway 54.

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