Lack of response in area to 2020 Census raising concern

City and county officials remain very concerned about the low number of households that have completed a 2020 U.S. Census form so far, despite Congress having extended the deadline this year because of COVID-19.

Former Ward 4 Clinton City Councilmember Mustafa Sami notified the Clinton Daily News of his intentions to file next week to reclaim his former seat.

Grass fire contained in Arapaho

Arapaho firefighters Joey Lacy, left, and Cody Kreizenbeck cool off a fire near E. 975 Road in Arapaho. The Clinton Fire Department also assisted on the call.

Private funeral services for Larry Gene Thunderbull, Cheyenne name “Angry Buffalo Bull,” 74, of Clinton, will be held Monday.

Connie S. Burden to Julie A. Caldwell and Linda R. Wilhelm, Deed. Lot 18, Blk. 10, Sights Acres Addn. 1977, Clinton.

Protesters gather

Last weekend people met together for a civil protest demonstration in response to the racial divide facing America.

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has announced a nationwide extension of another key flexibility for USDA’s child nutrition programs. This waiver allows local partners, who have been working overtime serving meals to kids during the health crisis, the ability to continue serving free meals to all children – regardless of where they live – for the remainder of the summer. This action is part of USDA’s ongoing commitment to making it as easy as possible for local program operators to get food to children impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.