In addition to college scholarship information published in the Saturday, May 16, edition of Clinton Daily News, scholarship information supplied by Clinton High School includes Cara Herrera — TU Academic Scholarship $12,000; Tulsa University Grant $9,945; total $21,945.

Here's a look a some of Wednesday's headlines

- Weatherford woman killed in alleged rift

- Deputy’s car shot at in high-speed chase

- Courthouse hours, guidelines announced

- Throwback: Clinton stifles Eagles

- State deaths

Weatherford woman killed in alleged rift

An Elk City man claims it was an accidental shooting that took the life of a Weatherford woman despite law enforcement officials visiting with the couple hours before she died.

Clinton Fire adds fresh paint job

Clinton Fire Department’s Lt. D.J. Woodall, left, and Dylan Abner paint the numbers above the bays at the fire station. CFD also repainted the parking posts in front of each bay as well.CDN

Deputy’s car shot at in high-speed chase

Custer County Sheriff’s Deputy Sgt. Dan Brownfield assisted in an alleged high-speed chase early Monday morning, continued his pursuit through gunfire, glass shrapnel to his face and a ricocheted bullet to his vest to help bring the chase to an end with the suspects behind bars.

Following Gov. Kevin Stitt’s announcement to begin the second phase of reopening Oklahoma following the shutdown due to COVID-19, Custer County officers have issued new guidelines for public access to the courthouse.

Keeping art skills sharp

Recent Clinton High School graduate Audrie Hernandez works on this art piece to be submitted later this month.

CFD, city safely control burn

The Clinton Fire Department and city employees oversaw a controlled burn of tree limbs Monday at the dump located on Glenn Smith Road.CDN