The Custer County Treasurer’s Office has now mailed out the ad valorem tax bills for 2019-2020 to county residents, said Treasurer Janet Roulet. Anyone who thinks they should have received

In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address at the military cemetery dedication ceremony in Pennsylvania. In 1977, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat became the first Arab leader to officially

Families enjoy ‘donuts with dudes’

Enjoying some quality time at Nance Elementary’s “Donuts With Dudes” morning are, clockwise from left, Luna Vargas Lopez, Uziel Ortega, Alexandrina Lopez, Juan Ortega and Valerie Vargas.

Mentoring moment

At Nance Elementary, TIME (Tornadoes In Mentoring Excel) mentor Janice Smith works with Angel Gonzales on spelling with the final “C” sound.

Andrew Kern to Ben Robert Kokojan and Christina Kokojan, JTWD. Lots 24 and 25, Blk. 65,Clinton Original Townsite. Brittany Strickland and Brittany Ross to Billy L. Shirey, WD. Lot 5,

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19 STORY TIME: Clinton Public Library holds its weekly story time for young children. For additional information call (580) 323-2165. 10 a.m. MEETING: Clinton AA meets in the

Woman caught after 90-mph chase here

A woman who allegedly stole a pickup Wednesday in Weatherford and drove it to Clinton, then tried to out-run police here has been identified as Deanna Wills, 25.

She allegedly reached about 90 miles per hour on Clinton streets.

Shoe donation deadline Monday

Clinton High School and National Honor Society student Ramona Villegas sorts shoes donated to the club to help raise money for an NHS convention in February.

Early start gives cotton harvest edge

The 2019 cotton harvest is nearing its peak and so far there haven’t been any big surprises when it comes to yield, according to Midwest Farmers Co-op manager Rodney Sawatzky. But getting an earlier start this season has given this year’s numbers an edge over the 2018 harvest.