Here's your preview of Wednesday's CDN

- Sutherlands preps for grand opening

- Corn Bible Academy announces annual awards

- Track coach talks about sport’s progress

- Full obituary for Larry Morris

- INSERTS: Homeland, Atwoods

WASHINGTON (AP) — Debt ceiling negotiators for President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy holed up for more talks at the Capitol Tuesday, but Republicans warned of a 'lack of urgency' at the White House to resolve the budget standoff in time to avert a potentially chaotic federal default.

Trade Winds comes down

Demolition of the Trade Winds Inn began Monday with the south side of the property being torn down in the initial stage. 

Sutherlands preps for grand opening

After months of remodeling and construction, Sutherlands, a fusion between a lumberyard and home improvement store, will finally open its doors to the Clinton community at 7 a.m. Friday at 2501 Red Wheat Drive.

Corn Bible Academy announces annual awards

Corn Bible Academy has announced this year’s awards for its student body. Awards given include Superintendent and Principal’s Honor Roll and President’s Education Award along with various awards for top grades throughout different subjects.

Hanging school banner

Clinton Fire Fighters Capt. D.J. Woodall, left, and Lt. Joe Williams check to make sure the large reunion banner is in place for the upcoming All School Reunion Friday and Saturday.

In 1844, Samuel Morse sent the first electrical telegraph message, 'What hath God wrought,' from the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., to an assistant in Baltimore.