‘Thinking of you’ visit

Clinton Therapy & Living resident Joy Fawver waves to a parade of “drive-by visitors” who recently came by the facility to pay their respects.

Hospital Week has deeper meaning this year as the AllianceHealth Clinton team celebrates our work to provide, safe, high-quality care for patients.

Here's a look at Tuesday's headlines

- Incentives set to entice new CPS teachers

- Johnson named new CAO at AllianceHealth

- Corning assumes superintendent role at WTC

- Terrell skies to state success

- Foss Lake Fishing Report

In a partnership with the nonprofit Clinton Public School Foundation (CPSF), the Clinton Board of Education recently approved offering $750 to new teacher candidates as a signing incentive, as a way to attract quality educators to the district. Clinton Schools will contribute $250 to the stipends, and the CPSF Board of Trustees has agreed to pay $500.

Getting back to fun

Alaina Villarreal swings on the playground at Acme Brick Park. A little normalcy is beginning to return, as some kids are playing outside again.

Johnson named new CAO at AllianceHealth

AllianceHealth Clinton has announced that Chief Financial Officer Jay Johnson has been promoted to the position of Chief Administrative Officer, effective immediately.

Corning assumes superintendent role at WTC

Western Technology Center (WTC) has announced their new superintendent, Kathe Corning. She is WTC’s sixth superintendent and will be stepping into her new leadership role July 1, 2020, following the retirement of Superintendent Hoyt Lewis.

Here's a look at the Weekend headlines

- Some version of Summer Playground a possiblity

- Scholarships top $1.3 million for CHS grads

- McCullough named acting city manager

- Suspect named in Weatherford murder

- CPS summer feeding program starts Monday

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