Here's what people are seeing in today's Clinton Daily News

- Wagon train enthusiasts spotted in Custer County

- Injuries thought minor in wreck of school bus

- Another new business coming to Clinton

- Free clinic planned at Southwestern

One Custer County couple took a step back in time recently when they hosted a week-long gathering of the 89ers Wagon Train, a group of enthusiasts who honor Oklahoma’s pioneers

A Clinton school bus loaded with students from Washington Elementary School was involved in an automobile accident early Thursday afternoon at Gary Boulevard and N. 13th Street. Lt. Miguel Gonzales

A free health clinic open to the public as well as students is being planned for July 13 and 14 – a Friday and Saturday – at Southwestern Oklahoma State

Clinton High School counselor Stephanie Bridgeman will spend Mother’s Day with her children, third grade twins Bella and Benton Bridgeman.

A family-owned business in the process of relocating to Clinton is destined to become a local landmark, when Wall Bin Hoppers & Wall Equipment erects its new office building later

SATURDAY MAY 11 MEETING: Al-Anon New Beginnings will be hosted at First United Methodist Church in Clinton. Meets every Saturday. 9 a.m. SUNDAY MAY 12 DINNER: Custer Senior Citizens Second

Southwest Elementary fourth-grader Janie Herndon stops by the “kissing booth” while attending the Cinco de Mayo festival at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. In the background is Heather Estrada of the

Giving a spirited performance in Nance Elementary’s “Moosical” are, front row from left, Max Soto, Jaylah Mendoza and Leah Fanshier; middle row, Julian Bonilla, Nathan Salas-Esparza and Naima Hammond; and

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