Poster Contest winmners

Lily Hemingway, a student from Washington Elementary, won second place in the Division 5 of the Custer County Conservation District #88 2020 Poster Contest.

Breaking ground for gymnasium

Western Oklahoma Christian School members broke ground for the WOCS gymnasium in Elk City. Pictured are, from left, Emory Thomas, Friends of Christian Education board member; Kyle Zybach, Friends of Christian Education board member; DJ DeLeon, WOCS board member; Dora Miller, principal of WOCS’s three campuses; Brett Russell, WOCS board president; Megan Thomas, WOCS Elk City campus assistant principal; and John Thomas, WOCS board member and Friends of Christian Education board member.

State Reps. Carl Newton, R-Cherokee, and Brian Hill, R-Mustang, hosted a public meeting on the legislative redistricting process recently in Woodward to answer questions and gather input from the public.

Here's a peak at Tuesday's Clinton Daily News Headlines

- Baby born with meth in its system

- Library offering several programs

- Weatherford man arrested for abuse of minor 

- Clinton goes 3-1 in back-to-back

- Goldie Friedrich death notice

There’s a warrant for the arrest of Maudie Cruz Marin, 19, of Clinton, for a felony count of child neglect after she allegedly gave birth on Christmas Eve to a child born with high levels of methamphetamine in its system.

Homecoming royalty

Basketball Homecoming King and Queen crowned Saturday at the Tornado Dome were Atrel Bryson and McKenna Lime. CDN

Twenty-eight members of the Oklahoma Legislature have formed a bipartisan caucus to discuss solutions to the state’s ongoing mental health and addiction crisis.