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In the Southwest Elementary cafeteria for the Summer Feed program, from left, are Nina Bacon, Lana Golden and Lorena Leon serving meals to fifth-grader Evan Hunter and fourth-grader Yahel Ochoa.

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Eugene Hall with Clinton Masonic Lodge presents the Teacher of Today award to Nance Elementary music teacher Jennifer Daubenspeck.

THURSDAY JUNE 13 SENIOR EVENT: Arapaho Senior Citizens will meet at the Arapaho Community building for a Pot Luck Dinner. 6:30 p.m. MEETING: Native Outreach Baptist Chapel to hold a

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AllianceHealth Clinton CEO and Lions Club member Landon Hise, left, invited author Landry Brewer to one of the group’s recent meetings to talk about his new book, “Cold War Oklahoma.”

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Jonathan May cleans the roof of the outdoor amphitheater at McLain Rogers Park using a strong blast from a water pressure machine.

The Burns Flat Church of Christ will hold Ladies’ Day starting at 9 a.m. Saturday. The featured speaker will be Celine Sparks, of Hazel Green, Ala., and all ladies are

 

-County hikes help to city fire agencies
-Opportunities Inc. Senior Day revived
-Parents can apply for vaccination exemptions
-Newcomb brings trusty hands to offense
-Red Tornadoes take one of two against Hobart
-Plus see local pictures 

Custer County fire departments will be helped financially with a resolution passed Monday by county commissioners. In the past, $100,000 collected from the county’s use tax was appropriated each year

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