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- Wheat harvest weathers challenges

- Levitt presents Party in the Park

- Nance nears completion

- Miss Elk City reflects on experience

- Clinton wins close game over Hollis

Wheat harvest weathers challenges

As the wheat harvest season approaches in Custer County, farmers are facing potential challenges due to erratic weather patterns and the ongoing depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer, according to Larry Bryen, Custer County Extension Educator.

Levitt presents Party in the Park

As the heat wave continues, the Levitt AMP Clinton Music Series offers another evening of entertainment on Friday, June 14, at the R.A. “Dick” Lloyd Amphitheatre. The event begins at 6:30 p.m., with a variety of food trucks and vendors on site for attendees to enjoy.

Nance nears completion

The Clinton Public Schools district is preparing to take ownership of its newest elementary school next week as construction nears completion, Supt.

Miss Elk City reflects on experience

Angela Nichols, Miss Elk City and a journalist at the Clinton Daily News, recently shared her experience and personal growth from participating in the 2024 Miss Oklahoma competition held June 5-8 at the River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa.

Responded to a report of an odor investigation in the 1400 block of W. Gary Blvd.; Clinton Fire took over the scene.

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — As the U.S. dairy industry confronts a bird flu outbreak, with cases reported at dozens of farms and the disease spreading to people, the egg industry could serve as an example of how to slow the disease but also shows how difficult it can be to eradicate the virus.

NEW YORK (AP) — Gas prices are once again on the decline across the U.S., bringing some relief to drivers now paying a little less to fill up their tanks.