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I had the extreme privilege of being born and raised in Clinton. I’ve heard it said, Clinton is the biggest little town in the world, and although I doubted that growing up, I’ve come to the understanding that it just might be true.

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Lowell Flaming, left, and Mayor David Berrong in conversation at the Chamber’s bi-annual luncheon.

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Chamber member Canda Dupree, right, watches trick roper Levi Nicholson give a performance during the Chamber’s Rodeo Hot Dog Days event.

The Clinton Chamber of Commerce will focus on several goals for the 2019-2020 year. The Chamber Board of Directors determined these goals June 21, 2019.

Business Development and Improvement (Tourism/Visitors)

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During the Chamber’s Rodeo Hot Dog Days, Clinton fire fighters, from left, D.J. Woodall, Joe Williams, Capt. Calvin Baggett and Dylan Abner won “Best in Show” with the fire department’s Engine No. 3.

The Clinton Chamber of Commerce has many committees that work hard for different aspects of the Chamber. These committees include the Chamber Banquet Committee, the Clinton Route 66 Festival Committee, the Legislative Committee, Retail Service & Events Committee, and Ambassador Committee.

Here's what people are reading in Today's Clinton Daily News

- Glancy among properties condemned

- Police investigating three recent thefts

- Health department holding women’s events

- Local Pictures

- Clinton opens fall practice Monday

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Three properties, including the historic Glancy Motel, were condemned at Tuesday night’s Clinton City Council meeting, and the owners of a fourth were given 30 days to begin repairs and show improvement to avoid condemnation.

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Seventh-graders Addyson Littke, left, and Craig Hunter are getting a tour of Clinton Middle School from Coach Anthony Moss. Both students are transitioning into middle school from Washington Elementary.