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- Fiber optic projects lead to line breaks 

- Arapaho-Butler receives national recognition

- Clinton High School’s NHS kicks off busy year

- Clinton softball gathers momentum before districts

(AP) — Cheryl Yewdall spent most of her life at a Philadelphia care home for people with developmental disabilities. It was there, on Jan. 26, that the 50-year-old was found face down on the floor, in a pool of urine, suffocating on a large wad of paper that had been stuffed down her throat.

Fiber optic projects lead to line breaks

Shortly before noon on Monday a company installing fiber optic lines cut a 12-inch water main at the intersection of S. 28th Street and Hayes Avenue.

Responded to a medical call near 9898 N. 2132 Rd. in Butler.

NEW YORK (AP) — Civil rights lawyers and Democratic senators are pushing for legislation that would limit U.S. law enforcement agencies' ability to buy cellphone tracking tools to follow people's whereabouts, including back years in time, and sometimes without a search warrant.

WASHINGTON (AP) — There's been no honeymoon period for the Food and Drug Administration's new tobacco chief, Brian King, the public health scientist now responsible for regulating the nation's multibillion-dollar cigarette and vaping industry.

Clinton Fire Department all stocked up

Clinton High School National Honor Society members donated essential items to the Clinton Fire Department Saturday afternoon. Posing from left, are Stacey Franco, Nicholas O’Neale, Morgandee Fernandez, Cooper Sulley, Maddie Miller, Brittany Miller, Rachelle Sanchez, Garrison Rhoads, firefighter Tyler Calvert, Lt. DJ Woodall, Deputy Chief Mark Switzer, Ciara Matthews, Sylvia Gonzales, Essence Stout, Joanna Venegas, Marlee Sperle and Letitia Arney.