Arapaho-Butler Elementary Literacy Fair winners announced

At Arapaho-Butler Elementary School’s first-ever Literacy Night, the big winners were, from left, Noah Cote, 5th grade, First Place; Piper Sawatzky, 6th grade, Best of Show; Ben Daugherty, 5th grade, Best of Show; and Dayson Cobb, 6th grade, First Place

Tennis court seating area upgraded

Clinton Public Schools maintenance employees Mark Stapleton, left, and Brian Newman work on upgrading the tennis court area near the high school. So that spectators will have a better view of the courts, a line of trees was removed. The area was leveled and graveled, and a new line of trees will be planted to the north of the sitting area.

During its monthly meeting, members of the Custer County Excise Board expressed their concerns about the decline in sales tax in recent months and the need for departments to stay within their budgets.

The search for Clinton School District’s new superintendent of schools is continuing, but due to confidentiality issues few details about the ongoing search are available.

Clinton business preserves memories

At Penner Custom Frame and Printing, owners Norm and Lucy Penner are in the business of beautifully preserving special moments and memories of loved ones, as well as showcasing favorite artwork for home décor. Formerly run as a part-time business that sublet space inside another downtown business, Penner Custom Frame and Printing has now found a permanent home of its own at 114 S. 5th St.

Clinton Boy Scouts take timeout

“Hanging out” at Slippery Falls Scout Camp are Clinton Boy Scout Troop 361 members, from top, Joseph Corbridge, Kaelib Simpson and Blake Brewer. CDN | Courtesy Photo

A-B blood drive today

Restaurant Wong’s Arapaho-Butler students Dillon Collins and Britney Cannaley hold a poster advertising the Arapaho Community Blood Drive, to be held from 11:30 a.m. Daily Daily Lunch Buffet Lunch AvailableBuffet • All You Can Eat! until 4:30 p.m. today in the high school gym lobby. Restaurant CDN |Courtesy Photo art

The House County and Municipal Government Committee has passed Wednesday to create the Oklahoma Hazard Mitigation Assessment District Act. Your Best St

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) joined 29 other states recently in Washington, D.C. working with federal partners on the monitoring and response to COVID-19. To date, there are two persons under investigation in Oklahoma. While testing is pending, the routine process of investigating suspected infectious disease events is to identify contacts who were at risk of exposure and implement control measures to prevent further transmission.