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Tuesday night the Clinton School Board announced it has elected to delay the start of sch

Here is a look at Wednesday's headlines

- Life without parole

- WOCS, CBA making plans for first day of school

- Teenager dies in single-vehicle car accident

- Clinton begins practice soon

- Bruce Stevenson obituary

- State deaths

Life without parole

Brandon Benevento would not watch the video evidence presented against him in a courtroom Tuesday at Arapaho, but now he has the rest of his life to relive the events where he took the life of his ex-wife in front of his children a few blocks away.

Serving the community once more

Adam Flores, left, and Raymond Flores move boxes of food onto a pallet, preparing to give them out at the “USDA Farmers to Families” event Monday. Event organizer Susan Farmer said the volunteers gave away 1,100 boxes of food and milk. It was the second time Farmer, members of Broadway Heights Baptist Church, the Clinton Police Department, the Clinton Fire Department and other community volunteers put on the event.

WOCS, CBA making plans for first day of school

Western Oklahoma Christian School (WOCS) and Corn Bible Academy (CBA) will begin classes on Aug. 12, and both will hold in-person-only classes. However, both are prepared to offer distance learning if needed.

A 14-year-old girl died from injuries she received in a single vehicle accident around noon Monday on State Highway 47, one mile west of U.S. Highway 283 near Cheyenne.