Sixth-grade student Aaron Lopez works on a science ecology project in Diane Keeton’s class at Washington Elementary.
The traditional notion of retirement — a switch from full-time work to full-time leisure — is becoming a thing of the past for millions of Americans. In fact, according to
Ever wonder what to do with the pickle juice left in the jar after the last dill has been eaten? All of that brine is a great thing to save
Custer County’s emergency management director, Mike Galloway, has been busy lately handing out checks to some of the 54 people whose names were drawn to receive subsidies to help them
Halloween trick-or-treating in residential areas will be from 6-8 p.m. this year in Clinton, but the biggest Halloween party of all will be the second annual Trunk-or-Treat on Frisco to
Tuesday’s meeting of the Clinton Planning and Zoning Board which paved the way for the city’s first medical marijuana dispensary was a virtual non-event. By a 4-0 vote, the board