In 1863, Union troops led by Col. Robert Gould Shaw and the African American soldiers in the 54th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry attacked Fort Wagner in South Carolina. In 1936,

The official filing period for two Clinton City Council seats ended at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Custer County Election Board.

 

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Talking about books in a vendor booth at Foss Lake’s Christmas in July event are, from left, bookstore owner Josephine Schenewolf, of Clinton; Barbara Findley and Jo Andazola, both of Butler.

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Clinton Police have been kept busy lately with a large number of auto burglaries and stolen vehicles reported in the area.

Capt. Ray Hammans said the department is still gathering information, taking reports and increasing patrol times.

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PSO has announced it plans to build three new wind generation facilities, parts of which will be located inside Custer County. The project will be completed by the end of 2021 and will hopefully provide construction jobs during the building phase, said PSO spokesperson Stan Whiteford.

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Among those visiting the many vendor booths at Foss Lake’s Christmas in July event are, from left, Chris Mullins, Woodward; Belinda King, Foss; Ashley Anderson, Foss; Dena Anderson, Woodward; Adrena Tyler, Clinton (shop owner); Leann Black and Terry Black, Burns Flat.

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