WOCS coached by upper classmen

At a visit to Western Oklahoma Christian School, Corn Bible Academy seventh-graders give advice to fifth- and sixth-graders about what they can expect. Visible on the left, from bottom, are WOCS students Lilly Harney, Luke Bailey and Jace Roman Nose, and teacher Erin Funk. CBA students addressing the class, from left, are Jada Akin, Natalie Dlugonski, Daniella Massoumi, Jolee King, Paige Chervenka, Karissa Gordon, Jadyn Dungan and Emma Miller. CDN |Courtesy Photo

House Bill 2870, intended to provide contracting and reimbursement fairness for small rural Oklahoma hospitals, has passed in the House by a vote of 94 to 0.

Blood drive set for Tuesday

AllianceHealth Clinton hospital volunteer coordinator Debbie Matz, left, watches as Terri Arganbright signs up as a blood donor for the Clinton Community Blood Drive, to be held from noon until 6 p.m. Tuesday at the First Christian Family Life Center, 111 S. 28th St. Donors get an alienthemed T-shirt and one free ticket to Frontier City. Drop in or schedule an appointment by calling (580) 323-8394. CDN | Robert S. Bryan

Two men were arrested on felony charges Monday by the Clinton Police Department in separate incidents of alleged theft.

Park is readied for new playground

City of Clinton employee Leonard Jackson removes old playground equipment at McLain Rogers Park, in preperation for new playground equipment which will soon take its place. The equipment being removed will be relocated near the miniture golf course.

Clinton Public School Foundation awards classroom project grants

Ten teacher grant applications totaling $8,238 have been approved by the Clinton Public School Foundation board of trustees, said CPSF executive director Erin Adams. The foundation awards grants to teachers twice each academic year, in the fall and spring, to fund special classroom projects for Clinton students.

Sinor EMS learns how to take Coronavirus precautions

Even though no cases of suspected coronavirus (CO- VID-19) have been identified in Custer County, preemptive precautions are being taken by some entities here as a "just in case" measure, including the Clinton Veterans Center, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, and Sinor Emergency Medical Service.

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