The State of Oklahoma and Custer County aren’t the only government entities dealing with road improvements this week. At its regular meeting Tuesday night, the Clinton City Council approved asphalt overlays of three in-town streets expected to cost a little over $280,000.

   A story in Thursday’s Clinton Daily News was in error when it said Daivia (Day Day) Simpkins had participated in events surrounding the alleged kidnapping and armed robbery of two men here

When students at Clinton High School return from fall break there will be a new notification system in place to immediately alert parents whenever their child is absent without approval.

The Oklahoma Western Heifer Show will again be held in Clinton with monetary assistance from the city’s Lodging Tax. However, Anthony Moore, who turned in the fund request this year,

Cable barriers stop semi, possibly save lives

Dylan Abner, shown here, was among Clinton firemen who responded to a semi rollover shortly before 2 p.m. Tuesday on Interstate 40 near Stafford Road east of Foss. No injuries

Arapaho-Butler students show their support

Third-graders from Melissa Davis’s class at Arapaho-Butler Elementary wrote and illustrated books to send to El Paso, Texas, schools Hillside Elementary and Tom Lea Elementary, to show their support. Students

THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 MEETING: Native Outreach Baptist Chapel to hold a Bible study and prayer at the Clinton Community Hall on Dog Patch Road. Meets every Thursday except for funerals

Pals have lunch, conversation

Friends enjoying the Junior Service League annual spaghetti dinner are, from left, Grace Spradlin, Eva Lee Stewart and Pam Lafleur.

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