Lights, camera, action!

Nance Elementary students Sebastian Ringo, left, and Maddilynn Esquivel, from Amber Atchley’s and Beth Miller’s Pre-K class, make their way across the red carpet before their Pajama Party program.

Scott Bradley and Lori Bradley to Christopher Bradley and Paige Bradley, JTWD. Lots 13 and 14, Blk. 55, Thomas Original Townsite.

Clinton FFA names new officers

Clinton FFA had its annual banquet last week and announced the new 2021-22 officer team. Pictured are, from left, Adviser Kevin Osborn, Sentinel Garrett Graybill, Secretary Brooklynn Atchley, Treasurer Myra Whitney, President Bradon Snider, Vice President Mindy Sawatzky, Reporter Cameron Nickel and Adviser Trevor Stover.

Attorney General Mike Hunter recently announced he has reached an agreement with FFF Enterprises to return the state’s stockpile of hydroxychloroquine for a refund.

The governor recently signed into law a bill that will put into place a code of ethics for members of the state Pardon and Parole Board.

Caring for school staff

Clinton P.T.O. Co-President Brittany Crider, left, hands Washington Elementary secretary Ann Moore a basket during teacher appreciation week.

Weekend fun at the park

Aaliyah Torres makes her way across the monkey bars on the playground set at McLain Rogers on a sunny day. CDN

A report recently released by the Centers for Disease Control shows that the number of vaccinations administered to children has dropped precipitously in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Students show off their smarts, skills during contest

Western Oklahoma Christian School 4-H member Mia Foster placed third in her division at the Custer County Demonstration and Job Interview contest with a demonstration about different kinds of baking soda and vinegar reactions.

The Board of Directors of the Red Carpet Community Theatre has voted to re-open the theatre with a “Re-Start the Arts” Variety Show that will feature area talent.

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