Here's a look at Wednesday's headlines

- Board votes to end mask requirements

- Car found, suspect at large

- Baccalaureate slated for weekend

- CHS tennis qualifies all spots for state

- A-B golf goes the distance in first year

Red carpet stars

Nance Elementary Pre-K students Alfonso De La Fuente Jr., left, and Lilyanna Williams, from Chelsea Kirby’s class, walk across the red carpet before their Pajama Party program.

A vehicle was recovered less than 24 hours after it was allegedly stolen, but the prime suspect is still at large.

Senior activities are in full swing during the final days of the school year and baccalaureate for the 2021 senior class is scheduled for this weekend.

Board votes to end mask requirements

The Clinton Public Schools Board of Education voted to lift the mask mandate as of Tuesday, May 11 for grades pre- K through 12 at their regular meeting Monday evening.

Summer preparation

Acme Brick Park desk attendant Hadley Krewall prepares the climbing ropes for people to use. CDN

Responded to a medical call, reporting party advising subject fell and broke hip in the 9800 block of N. Place, Foss.

Back-to-back extreme weather events underscore the need for affected homeowners to properly assess structural damage on their property.

Cultural dance

Daniela Barco follows the beat to a traditional folkloric dance during the Cinco De Mayo event last Saturday at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. CDN