Eighty percent of construction firms report they are having a hard time filling hourly craft positions that represent the bulk of the construction workforce, according to the results of an

Here's what's in The Tuesday Edition of The Clinton Daily News

-Custer County Fair opens Wednesday

-Clinton High School students want return of school newspaper

-Food to be big draw at 100-year celebration

-Local Pictures

The 93rd installment of the Custer County Free Fair will be held Wednesday through Saturday next week, Sept. 4-7. Custer County Extension Educator Ron Wright said there haven’t been any

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Anyone planning on coming to the Tornado Tailgate Party set for 5-6:30 p.m. Friday had better come hungry, said Football Booster parent Chris Newcomb. More than 30 Clinton restaurants and

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Actors in Southwest Playhouse’s production of “Mamma Mia!” include, from left, Melissa McSpadden as Rosie; Julie Williams as Donna; and Natalie Houck as Tanya. The rollicking jukebox musical featuring the

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Max and Debbie Horne of 436 S. 18th were chosen as the CDN’s Yard of the Week.

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The 2019-2020 Board of Trustees for the Clinton Public School Foundation were recently named. Pictured front, from left, are Bret Matlock, Carrie Shackelford, treasurer; Donna Rother, president; Amy Crumley, Anthony

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 3 SUPPORT GROUP: Custer County Support Group for blind, visually impaired, or physically handicapped persons, at the Branding Iron Restaurant in Clinton. For more information contact Tommy Caviness

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Randy Beutler, president of Southwestern Oklahoma State University, left, shakes hands with Doug Greer at the Clinton Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet.

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