Recently, two bills sponsored by Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) passed the Energy and Commerce Committee during a full committee markup.

Here is a look at The Weekend's headlines

- Long-term care phases examined

- Outfit looks at former air base

- Southwest Playhouse regular pens original play

- Elizabeth Struck obituary

- Evelyn Louise Medders obituary

- Amy Fitzgerald obituary

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has released revised guidance to support long-term care facilities’ efforts to balance the need to protect residents from COVID-19 and ensure healthy social and emotional connections with family and friends during the ongoing pandemic.

Gown donation

Clinton Public Schools Superintendent Tyler Bridges, left, looks at one of the 3,500 disposable gowns that were donated to the Veterans Center, as Veterans Administrator Stephanie Taylor lifts up the sleeve, and Programs Administrator Deann Elliott holds the other gowns.

Hail to the chiefs

Recently the past few presidents of the Clinton Noon Lions Club were recognized for their service to the organization. Plaques were presented to, from left, Keith Ventris, Bryan Foster, Brett Brittain and Nathan Meget. Not present was Bret Matlock.

A United States national security supplier has recently begun looking into the Clinton-Sherman Airport for a new base of operations.

Built to last

Michael Galloway, left, explains to Wade Anders the process of installing safe rooms. Galloway will present information about a possible $2,000 rebate for installation at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Custer County Fairgrounds.

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