While 93 percent of American teens say they know how the economy works, 29 percent have had no economic schooling, according to a survey of 1,000 U.S. teens ages 13-18 by Wakefield Research on behalf of Junior Achievement and the Charles Koch Foundation. Even in light of their false confidence, teens are aware of the importance of financial education.

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-Last passenger train will soon  leave Clinton  
-Spring Feed set for next week
-Tourism funds help soccer tournament
-Lady Reds stay perfect with 10-0 win
-Three Clinton players make all-conference
-Plus see local pictures

Last passenger train will soon leave Clinton

After Farmrail’s sale this week of two passenger rail cars to the Oklahoma Railway Museum in Oklahoma City, special events like the annual Santa train ride have come to an abrupt end. However, the sale doesn’t necessarily mean the cars are permanently lost from Clinton, said Farmrail president and general manager Judy Petry.

Spring Feed set for next week

While Clinton Public Schools is dosed next week for spring break, the school district will once again be providing hot lunches at no cost for Clinton students 18 and under, said CPS Nutrition Director Crystal Sharp. Meals will be served from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Nance Elementary cafeteria. Parents who bring their children to Nance for lunch are welcome to join them for a small fee, she said.

Dr. Seuss characters visit WOCS

During Western Oklahoma Christian Schools’ “Dr. Seuss Week,” students, from left, Paige Hill, Aaliyah Torres and Mady Grace Bailey dress as their favorite character, Cindy Lou Who.

For the third year in a row, Clinton High School Soccer Boosters were awarded a $5,000 grant from the City of Clinton’s Tourism Fund to help with their annual Clinton Soccer Classic Tournament.

Winners named in cardboard boat race

Boats made out of cardboard and duct tape entered into the “Clinton Cardboard Classic” racing competition at the Water Zoo included, from left, Clinton High School seniors Drew Mahanay and Kaelib Simpson, first place; and Washington Elementary team members Konner Burnam and Anthony Dominguez Soto, second place.

The House has unanimously passed a bill that ensures price transparency to the public for common health care treatment options.

Washington team hands in win

Sixth-grade students on the Washington Elementary team earned a second place win in the “Clinton Cardboard Classic.” From left are Christian Aguilar, Ben Christie, Vince Jones, Anthony Dominguez Soto and Cooper Young; in the boat is Konner Burnam.

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