Mennonite Relief Sale Nov. 2

This handmade quilt will be auctioned off at the Oklahoma Mennonite Relief Sale on Nov. 2 in Enid. Quilters involved in the project were, from left, Vonita Unruh, Pat Cabaniss, Irwin Schenewolf, Jo Schenewolf and Judy Schmidt.

Clinton School District and the Clinton Police Department are partnering on a new policy called “Handle With Care,” which will alert schools when a student has experienced trauma in the home.

Nance family literacy night Monday

Playing a word game in the Nance Elementary gym are, from left, Ashlynn Gibson, kindergarten teachers Sharon Harl and Amber Hansen, and Danica Garcia. Literacy Night will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Leaning pole did not cause power outage

Thursday’s nearly day-long rain was apparently enough to cause a high school student to lose control of a 2013 Toyota FRS that afternoon on Opal Avenue near S. 16th Street. No one was injured, and Clinton Police Detective Lt.

District Attorney Angela Marsee said Friday she wished to clarify that she was not recommending against pay raises for Custer County officers when she advised county commissioners Monday to hold in abeyance raises which they and the Excise Board had approved earlier.

Rep. Marilyn Stark (R-Bethany) hosted an interim study to learn about solutions for sight-impaired Oklahomans struggling to read prescription labels.

State Treasurer Randy McDaniel announced that Moody’s Investors Service has upgraded the state’s credit outlook from stable to positive. The rating agency concurrently affirmed Oklahoma’s credit rating of Aa2.

Film, theater combine for ‘Virginia'

Actors, from left, Jacob Staggs, Zach Perry, Lane Gateley, Cameron Blevins, Wesley Javorsky, Shawn Wilson and Mark Henry examine video footage taken for Southwest Playhouse’s production of “Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus,” opening Friday.