Sept. 1, 2020

MORNING SHIFT

Officers responded to the Clinton Police Department for the report of an auto burglary, officers took a report.

Support beyond the court

Matilde Marquez goes to grab a couple of water bottles for a customer before a volleyball game. The freshman is a part of the high school volleyball team and helps them by volunteering to work the concession stand. 

Sweet peaches

Clinton High School choir member Hunter Staggs lifts a couple of boxes of peaches and takes them to a buyer’s car. These peaches are a major fundraiser for the vocal program. 

During Hunger Action Month, individuals can join the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma and the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

Every September, the Feeding America nationwide network of food banks take action in the fight against hunger.

The Sexual Health and Harm Reduction Service of the Oklahoma State Department of Health has recently received an additional $2.15 million in funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to support ending the HIV epidemic in Oklahoma.

Lawn care

City of Clinton employees continue to make the grass look fresh and neat for the community to enjoy. Pictured is Acme Brick Parks maintenance summer crew member Josh Cook mowing.

State Rep. Avery Frix, R-Muskogee, recently was appointed to the Oklahoma State Pen sion Commission by House Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka.

Here is a look at Wednesday's headlines

- Airport sees uptick in traffic

- Suspect is accused of harboring fugitive

- CHS using lanyards, paid parking spots again 

- Allen Plummer obituary

- Larry Siess obituary

- State deaths

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