Shawn Dewees, manager of the Foss Reservoir water demineralization plant, received a $45,000-per-year pay raise at the November meeting of the district’s board of directors held Tuesday night. It will be effective Jan. 1.

Unseasonably warm daytime temperatures may be in the short-term forecast, but the area will be hit with much colder nighttime temperatures when winter officially arrives next month. Opportunities, Inc.

A-B Homecoming game tonight

Royalty candidates for Arapaho-Butler High School’s Homecoming are, front row from left, Kelcie Beals, Mariah Sperle and Cheridan Shepherd; and back row, Brett Griffith, Jace Edelen and Ethan Pyron. Winners will be announced following the game, which starts at 7:30 p.m. tonight.

Waldrop retires after long volunteerism stint

W.C. “Willie” Waldrop has made a career out of volunteering in the Clinton community. He’s well-known for being willing to lend a hand, at his church, the American Legion, Boy Scouts and at various senior organizations in the area.

Young patriot salutes

Boy Scout Bryson Switzer of Troop 355 salutes the flag during the Veterans Day assembly at Western Oklahoma Christian School.

A-B junior high candidates named

Arapaho-Butler Schools’ junior high Homecoming royalty candidates are, from left, Kamryn Oakes, Paizley Eagan, Katie Edelen, Aiden Casas and Alan Mojica. Not pictured is Blake Hunter.

 

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Stolen pickup TVI’d, recovered

This pickup, stolen at Weatherford while the owner was letting it warm up, was recovered here Tuesday morning after a pursuit in which Lt. Miguel Gonzales, left, stopped it with

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