Summertime skating

Nathan Jackson does tricks on his skateboard by the gazebo on Frisco Avenue on a warm Tuesday afternoon.

Clinton Economic Development Authority (CEDA) trustees heard a presentation from local attorneys Mart Tisdal and Luke Adams, about financial aid being available from the M.T. and Helen Gholston Trust for the revitalization of the Glancy Motel.

Clinton Public Schools is set to resume classes Aug. 12 with many different procedures than the school year before, while still keeping a few of the same protocols throughout the district to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Sketch idea

Baylor Brittain attempts a new way of creating art by looking at a piece upside down and sketching shapes inside the Pepsi Pop Art Gallery.

Clinton’s City Council meeting on Tuesday lasted approximately 15 minutes. Although the meeting was brief, council members were updated on projects occurring in Clinton and approved several agenda items.

Responded to a 911 domestic call in the vicinity of 10390 N. 2430 Road.

Here's a look at Wednesday's headlines

- Teachers’ appreciation  theme for FOF

- WPLS appoints board members

- Stolen guns lead to felony charges for suspect

- Powell sets up for one more run

- Clinton volleyball far exceeding 2020 offseason work

Acme grass stays fresh

Acme maintenance worker Dakota Goodspeed mows the grass in the front area at Acme Brick Park due to recent rain received.

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