Kids enjoy their afternoon

After School Program kids show off their smiles inside the Armory before they commence their afternoon fun. Pictured are, front row, from left, Brynlee Cummins, Ellee Cummins, Lyrik Hunter, Kristian Brooks, Cierra Pekrul; back row, Deegen Goucher, James Miller, Makenzee Sears, Xaden Mathews and Isaac Gather.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking comments on a department-wide effort to improve and reimagine the supply chains for the production, processing and distribution of agricultural commodities and food products.

Getting ready for state tests

Southwest Elementary third grade teacher Shelly Oyler begins removing the calendar and covering other materials from her room due to state testing.

Here's a look at Friday's headlines

- Local student has Make-A-Wish fulfilled

- Custer City School to be sold to highest bidder

- Weatherford man convicted of manslaughter

- CHS uses bye to prep for playoffs

Local student has Make-A-Wish fulfilled

If Clinton residents living near the R.A. “Dick” Lloyd Amphitheater hear a lot of sirens wailing tomorrow afternoon, there is no need for alarm – it is all in celebration of Leonardo Salazar.

Building comes to an end

The demolition of the old First Christian Church building comes close to an end, as rubble remains where the building once stood. CDN

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