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-Two critical, two dead from wrecks
-Bennett heading to nationals
-Edge Church set to host celebration
-Cockfighting admitted by Caddo ex-deputy
-CHS heads back to State
-Plus see local pictures 

-Anna Waldrop

Two people were killed and two others critically injured in a pair of separate auto accidents Wednesday on Interstate 40.

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Clinton High School senior Graycianne Bennett has been named the first place winner in the state’s FCCLA Interior Design Scenario category. Next, Bennett will represent Oklahoma at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference to be held June 30 through July 4 in Anaheim, Calif.

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During Senior Celebration, held this week in the Tornado Dome, seniors were grouped according to their choice of college or career path and ran through the “Tornado Tunnel.” Colten Adams, shown here, and 24 other Clinton seniors have chosen to attend Southwestern Oklahoma State University

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The new façade being built for the Darco Square Shopping Center at 13th and Gary Boulevard is nearing completion.

Now that the dust has settled from the Edge Church’s purchase of the Jaycee Lane Shopping Center, the congregation is inviting the community to help them celebrate at an outdoor event to be held from 5-7 p.m. Sunday, May 19 in the shopping center parking lot.

A Caddo County man could be facing up to five years in prison and $250,000 in fines after pleading guilty to aiding and abetting cockfighting on his property.

The guilty party is Douglas Wayne Butler, 67, a former Caddo County deputy sheriff.

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At 2:23 p.m. Thursday emergency personnel were called to an accident involving a school bus and a pick-up truck at the intersection of 13th and Gary Blvd. The bus was full at the time.