Here's Some Headlines From The Weekend Edition

-Mayor’s annual ‘Love the Hub’ event set for June 6

-City cuts aid to downtown wrestle show

-County watersheds nearing end of lifespan

-Obituary for Eunice Keil

-CHS finds success in all sports

Mayor David Berrong will host the third annual “Love the Hub Party” from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 6, at the Frisco Center. This year he’s invited representatives from some of Clinton’s largest employers.

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Jim Hill, a resident at Grace Living Center, reflects on his 50 years of continuous service to the American Legion. Hill also spent 35 years serving in the U.S. Marines and Oklahoma National Guard, and retired as a Command Sgt. Major in the U.S. Army.

Even after the heavy rains Custer County experienced this week, the county’s 121 watersheds weathered the storms just fine according to Custer County Conservation District secretary Cindy Gerhardt. That despite the fact that most are reaching the end of their estimated 50-year lifespan.

Two organizations have been granted money from the City of Clinton’s Hotel/Motel Tax to help them host events this summer, but the amount was cut considerably for one of them.

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Teachers prepare a classroom where kids will meet Tuesday morning for Summer Playground’s first day of the summer session. Pictured, from left, are Kayla Yandell, April Willoughby, Carrie Celsor, Melissa Stewart and Debbie Carlisle, SPG director.

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Clinton Therapy and Living Center staff that got “gussied up” for the facility’s Hillbilly Carnival Day included, from left, Kim Bacon, Katie Davis, Chelsy Foley, Sheri Shaw and Trinity Jones.

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Mickael Carlisle, a 2007 graduate of Clinton High School, has been named Department of Human Services (DHS) Worker of the Year by the Oklahoma County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association.