Custer County now has 4 active case of coronavirus according to the most recent update sent out by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

Here's a look inside the Weekend Issue

- City, OML work on manager search

- Summer reading program will begin Monday

- Bobby Stewart will seek third term

- Credit card skimming devices found in area

- Throwback: Reds end with gold in 2003

Here's a look at Friday's headlines

- U.S. Census important for city, county

- Clinton Police recover vehicle, make alleged abuse arrest

- Clinton AP classes ‘ahead of the curve’

- CHS softball sets summer return plan

- Top returners for softball

Here's a look inside Thursday's CDN

- Man charged with assaulting trooper 

- CPS per pupil spending ranks well

- Preparations underway to have city pool ready for mid-June opening

- Another COVID-19 case recorded in Weatherford

Here's a look inside the Wednesday Edition

- Wrecks prove deadly over Memorial Day

- CPSF prepares to elect three new members at meeting

- City Council set to meet Thursday

- Throwback: Red Tornadoes win area opener

- Betty Arther Obituary

Playground nears finish

The playground at McLain Rogers Park is starting to look like a finished product. The covering over the slides, which was placed with the help of cranes, was recently completed. CDN

The Clinton City Council will hold a special meeting, at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Frisco Center to begin structuring the search process for Clinton’s next city manager.

Clinton Public School Foundation will hold its next annual Membership Meeting at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 23, at the Clinton Board of Education office, 1720 Opal Ave. Anyone who has donated $25 or more during the past year is considered a foundation member and may attend.

Two motorcycle drivers were killed in separate accidents, another man was injured in a car-semi collision, and two others were hurt in yet another wreck in this area over Memorial Day weekend.

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