As part of its commitment to ensuring fair and competitive markets for the livestock, meat and poultry industries, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released a report on its ongoing boxed beef and fed cattle price spread investigation.

Valor recognized

Clinton veteran Stan Willingham is presented with a Quilt of Valor from Linda Stewart, member of Star Spangled Quilters of Arapaho, for his service in the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War. Willingham served four years as a medic and received many medals.

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) reopened applications for Phase 2 of its Oklahoma Business Relief Program (OBRP) earlier this month with approximately $50 million in funds available. Commerce received one application nearly every 1.3 seconds from 141 participating financial institutions, compared to 131 participating financial institutions in Phase 1 of the program. Before 9:00 a.m. on the day Phase 2 opened, applications had exceeded the available funds and the program was closed to new applicants.

The coronavirus pandemic has caused economic disruptions at every level of American life, and the cancellation of the Oklahoma State Fair will be having a major effect on the collective wallet of Oklahoma City and the entire state.

Senator James Lankford (R-OK), applauded the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee for passing their Unfunded Mandates Accountability and Transparency Act. The bill will reduce excessive unfunded government mandates on job creators.

Admitted killer Brandon Benevento was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility

Here are the daily specials being offered by Clinton eating establishments:

 

Here is a look at Tuesday's headlines

- City Hall shuts doors due to virus

- Suspect makes grab for police officer’s gun

- Custer City woman jumps from truck

- ‘Friends’ goes well again

- ‘Return’ plan will be given

- CHS stays safe, works in outbreak

Wreck sends three to hospital

A two-car wreck with injuries took place at N. 10th Street and Gary Blvd. around 5 p.m. Friday. Three people were transported to AllianceHealth Clinton with injuries. Two juveniles, including the driver of one vehicle were involved. One juvenile had arm injuries, while the other suffered a head injury. The other driver, Antonio Lopez-Gomez, 20, of Weatherford, was transported with arm injuries as well. Clinton Firefighter Tyler Calvert uses the battery-powered cutters to cut off the smashed-in door and free one of the passengers involved. CFD Deputy Chief Mark Switzer oversees the operation.

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