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- Protective orders being contested

- Primary elections to be decided Tuesday

- Johnson to read her book at D.C.

- Local man facing assault charges

- Sample Ballots

- Bowling leagues to begin in August

Four of the five individuals originally served protective orders for allegedly sending threatening and harassing texts to Rachel Moore, wife of Rep. Anthony Moore, entered a motion to dismiss the petition for protective order Wednesday at the Custer County Courthouse.

Taking it all in

Caroline Childs, left, and Patty Mann view one of the exhibits at the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum. Childs and Mann were two of the many outof-state visitors touring the museum recently. CDN

The primary elections for Oklahoma State Senate District 26, Oklahoma State Representative District 57, and Custer County Commissioner District 1 as well as the state offices of Governor, State Auditor, Attorney General, State Treasurer, State Superintendent, and Corporation Commissioner will be taking place this Tuesday, June 28.

Johnson to read her book at D.C.

Jacky Johnson, a senior at Clinton High School, has written and illustrated a children’s book, “Tulip’s Seasonal Adventures,” and is going to Washington, D.C., today to compete with other teen authors from across the nation.

Clinton resident Ridge Kelby Fergason, 27, was arrested for alleged domestic assault, falsely impersonating another, and escape from felony arrest following a domestic incident on June 15.