Clinton Public Farmer’s Market is returning this summer, but a “new and improved” version is being planned for this year. It will be held weekly instead of bi-weekly, and will

 

-Daubenspeck earns top state honor
-Tornado’s tragic terror told on tour
-City-wide cleanup Friday, Saturday
-Cisneros stifles Darko for senior night victory
-CHS gets state experience at previews
-Plus see local pictures 

Gov. Kevin Stitt has abandoned a 2017 effort by the state to push schools to funnel more dollars into the classroom or risk consolidation.

Pre-k students Talien Turtle, left, and Jaci Wall are recognized by Nance Principal Janalyn Taylor for their efforts to raise money for the school’s fund drive. For every $5 that is donated to a student they get a ticket for a drawing to spin the wheel for prizes.

Disasters can alter a family’s normal routine with little warning. Neighborhood streets can be closed because of large debris or downed power lines. Suddenly, an area that is a familiar part of a normal daily routine is now unrecognizable.

DEAR ABBY: My husband went to his 45th class reunion a state away and hooked up with a classmate. Over the next few months it went from talking and texting to her sending him nude pictures of herself.

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the implementation status of the 2018 Farm Bill. President Trump signed this Farm Bill into law on Dec. 20, 2018, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) promptly began implementation of key programs.

Corn Bible Academy choir members recently returned from their 2019 Choir Tour, during which they delivered several performances and saw sites in Texas, Kansas and Colorado. Pictured, front row from left, are Mrs. Brianna Bull, Colombia Castro, Kaysa Carpenter, Molli Henderson and Mr.

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