During Kindness Week at Western Oklahoma Christian School, student Greta Geisler, left, announces that Mrs. Dick is one of two teachers whose fundraising efforts earned her a pie in the face.
In Clinton Daily News’ article about next week’s Arapaho-Butler Elemen- tary Pancake Supper, it was mistakenly reported that the event would take place from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25. It should have read, Tues- day, Feb. 25.
SENIOR EVENT: Grocery shopping. For a ride call (580) 309-3467. 8:30 a.m.
DANCE: American Legion dance at the Legion Hall on U.S. 183, entry by donation. 6:30 p.m - 9:30 p.m.
Here's a peak at the Thursday Edition of the Clinton Daily News
- Council lifts condemnation of Glancy Hotel
- Hemp applications trickling in
- CMS pulling out stops for ‘bean supper’ night
- William Ousley Obit
- State Death's
In a meeting that lasted less than 15 minutes, the Clinton City Council followed the recommendation of City Attorney Ryan Meacham and unanimously approved removing the condemnation from the Glancy Motel property at 217 Gary Boulevard. The change was not because the issues had been fixed, but rather so the owners could obtain financing to make the required repairs.
Since the online application process for growing industrial hemp first went online Jan. 1 relatively few applications have been submitted so far, said Caroline Nelson, director of the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry’s (ODAFF) industrial hemp program. That’s not surprising, she said, since it’s still too early to plant.
Clinton Middle School’s annual bean supper fundraiser begins at 4:30 p.m. this evening, with the variety show scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. It’s starting a little earlier this year because there will be plenty for parents and the community to see and do.