Keeping water flowing

City of Clinton Water Superintendent Gary Kluckner spent Monday working to fix water meters that were damaged because of the bitter cold weather.

Here's a look at the Weekend headlines

- Clinton preps for possible big snow

- ODOT to unveil Exit 65/65A plans

- How to get CDN  in case of blizzard

- McKinsey never knew selling cars was in his future plans

- Senior put in time to reach varsity

Varying weather reports have western Oklahoma slated to receive anywhere from 5 to 20 inches of snow over the next few days and the Clinton Daily News has contingency plans in place should distribution become interrupted due to possible blizzard-like conditions.

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Clinton City Manager Robert Johnston, left, and Jonathan Imes, project manager of water and resource facilities in Clinton, check the controls of the reverse osmosis water treatment plant. The R.O. plant is prepared to operate at full capacity if needed, while the Clinton Lake water treatment plant is shut down for repairs.

The City of Clinton has begun preparing for the potential winter storm over the long weekend, as well as provided some tips for staying safe.

The Clinton City Council will hear presentation from Oklahoma Department of Transportation representatives regarding the proposed Exit 65/65A improvements during its regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall.

Varying weather reports have western Oklahoma slated to receive anywhere from 5 to 20 inches of snow over the next few days and the Clinton Daily News has contingency plans in place should distribution become interrupted due to possible blizzard-like conditions.

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The Corn Bible Academy academic team repeated as champs at the Class A Academic Bowl State Championship. From left, are, Phillip Javorsky, Brendan Miller, Katelyn Gossen, Kennedy Listak, Harrison Penner and Isaiah Thiessen.

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