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Washington Elementary students Grace Meacham, left, and Cadence Sawatzky with Hailey Tucker, Southwestern Oklahoma State University All-Stater.

-Storms ravage county, cause much damage
-Commissioners talk about buying land
-Clinton joins world swim event Thursday
-Denney enters 2019 as a leader
-CHS defeats, ties Woodward in doubleheader
-Plus see local pictures 

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One or possibly two tornadoes touched down Saturday night in Custer County, doing considerable property damage but not seriously injuring anyone. The one known tornado was an EF-2 in the

In between talking about storms and road damage, Custer County commissioners Monday morning declined all bids they had received on two road graders they’re trying to sell. They also met

Clinton will participate in the annual “World’s Largest Swimming Lesson” once again on Thursday, and this year the Water-Zoo Indoor Water Park has added a third swim class to accommodate

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Chase Fawver, left, and Trenair Collins work with reading and math programs on their iPads at Summer Playground.

TUESDAY JUNE 18 TORY TIME: Clinton Public Library holds its weekly story time for young children. For additional information call (580) 323-2165. 10 a.m. MEETING: Clinton AA meets in the

The Agricultural Enhancement and Diversification Program helps fund qualified agriculture-related projects across the state with zero percent interest loans and grants. The program goal is to expand the state’s value-added

-School, city partnership paying dividends for Clinton
-Accused shooter waives prelim; next step July 29
-Renovation begins at Heart to Heart Pregnancy Clinic
-D.A.’s office disallows county’s grader bids
-Bryson ready for increased role

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