Johnson named new CAO at AllianceHealth

AllianceHealth Clinton has announced that Chief Financial Officer Jay Johnson has been promoted to the position of Chief Administrative Officer, effective immediately.

Corning assumes superintendent role at WTC

Western Technology Center (WTC) has announced their new superintendent, Kathe Corning. She is WTC’s sixth superintendent and will be stepping into her new leadership role July 1, 2020, following the retirement of Superintendent Hoyt Lewis.

Here's a look at the Weekend headlines

- Some version of Summer Playground a possiblity

- Scholarships top $1.3 million for CHS grads

- McCullough named acting city manager

- Suspect named in Weatherford murder

- CPS summer feeding program starts Monday

Summer Playground director Debbie Carlisle has been working with Clinton Public Schools administrators to come up with ways to hold the program this year, but so far only one thing is certain — just like everything else this school year, it’s not going to look the same.

More than $1.3 million in scholarships were offered to Clinton High School seniors this year, and a high number of them are still planning to attend college in spite of the upheavals caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

McCullough named acting city manager

After meeting in executive session, the Clinton City Council unanimously agreed to appoint Gene McCullough as the acting city manager.

A celebration fit for king

Clinton High School senior Blake O’Neale is getting the royal treatment during the graduation parade held in Clinton on Friday. His great aunt, Melody Clements Bowen, drives him around, while he waves to spectators.CDN

Zachary Otto Sherwood, 27, has been identified as the primary suspect by investigators of the Weatherford Police Department in the shooting death of Ashley Barr, 30, of Weatherford.

CPD honors those its lost

The Clinton Police Department remembers its officers lost in the line of duty, during National Police Week, which runs May 10-16. To CPD’s knowledge, it’s lost two officers: patrolmen Otto Thomas and Larry Joe Dean. Pictured are, from left, Officer Austin Trogdon, Det. Billy Gerstenkorn, Officer Paul Sperle and Det. Lt. Luis De La Torre in front of the memorial located at Acme Brick Park.CDN

Beginning on Monday, Clinton Public Schools will transition from its 2019-2020 school meal program into its summer feeding program, said Assistant Superintendent Adam McPhail.

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