Here is a look at The Weekend's headlines

- Teachers of the Year announced

- Committee brings back old tradition

- Thanksgiving food prep safety

- Maria Del Carman Trevino death notice

- Ramona Two Crow death notice

- Walter Keith O’Dell death notice

Christmas spirit in the park

Eddy Martin and Levi Nicholson do some final checks on the Christmas tree lights that were recently put up at Kiwanis Bonebrake Park along with other Christmas decorations.

In place of the Festival of Lights, the Clinton Retail Committee chose to bring back an old tradition in which they felt would be more appropriate given the pandemic situation.

Thanksgiving Day meal

Merlanda Dorman prepares for Cornerstone Church’s Thanksgiving Day meal. This year the meal will be pick up only. To schedule a pickup call 580-323-1686.

The Clinton Site Teachers of the Year and finalists for the District Teacher of the Year Award, Support Staff of the Year Award and the new Newcomer of the Year Award were announced yesterday morning.

Thanksgiving food prep safety

Clinton Fire Chief Brett Russell encourages Clintonites to practice proper fire safety for the holidays, especially when preparing Thanksgiving meals.

Responded to a report of suspicious vehicle one and one-half mile north of Love’s on Custer City Road and threequarter east on north side of road.


Clinton Middle School seventh-grader Jonathon Frater pulls his skimmer back during his Tech-Ed class in order to test the physics of flight.