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Here is a look at the Tuesday headlines

- CHS softball wins two games at the Maggie Walker Tournament. - Indians finish third in the Madden Wood Bat Classic. Read the Clinton Daily News in print, online at www.clintondailynews.com or download the app.
CLINTON, OK
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Clinton Daily News

NEWS ALERT - Meet the Players Time Change

Meet the Players will begin at 6:30 p.m. this evening at the Tornado Bowl. Read the Clinton Daily News in print, online at www.clintondailynews.com or download the app.
CLINTON, OK
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Custer County student receives prestigious 4-H scholarship

The Karen Richardson Memorial Horseman of the year scholarship is the ultimate award for the Oklahoma 4-H Horse project. Karen Richardson was a “Founding Mother” of the state 4-H Horse Show. She was an example of selfless service to the 4-H Horse program for over 30 years. Karen’s Passion for 4-H youth involvement and participation in the Oklahoma 4-H Horse show and Oklahoma 4-H horse project will be carried on in perpetuity through this prestigious scholarship.
CUSTER COUNTY, OK
Clinton Daily News

Here is a look at the Weekend headlines

- CHS Career Pathways extends vocation options for Clinton students. Read the Clinton Daily News in print, online at www.clintondailynews.com or download the app.
CLINTON, OK
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The Cordell Beacon welcomes letters to the editor that comment on and further the public debate on topics of general or community interest. Letters are limited to 250 words. The Cordell Beacon reserves the right to edit any submission prior to publication for length or clarity. Publication on any submission is entirely at the discretion of the Cordell Beacon. The opinions expressed are those of the authors and not of the Cordell Beacon, its staff, management or owners. Letters can be sent to editor@cordellbeacon.com or mailed/dropped off at 115 E. Main Street, Cordell OK.
NEW CORDELL, OK
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Absentee voting begins Thursday

Early voting for the Runoff Primary Election, Tuesday, August 23, will be from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. August 18 and August 19, and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. August 20, at the Custer County Election Board office located at 633 N. 6th St., in Clinton. There is no early voting Monday prior to the election.
CLINTON, OK
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Saturday is final swim day of summer season at Cordell pool

With the summer season coming to a close, so is the Cordell Public Pool. Saturday, August 13, will be the final day to swim for the remainder of the year. Saturday’s pool hours will be from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. and will be a free swim day. Free hotdogs will be served with an extra side of fun.
NEW CORDELL, OK
Clinton Daily News

Here are the Daily Lunch Specials for Tuesday

Here are the daily specials being offered by Clinton eating establishments:. The Fountain at S&D Drug – Tuesday’s Special: Grilled Chicken Salad w/cottage cheese & peaches $7.49. Lucille’s Roadhouse – Steak Wedge. ¼ Lettuce Wedge topped with Grilled Beef Tips, Red Onion, Tomatoes, and Feta Cheese; served with...
CLINTON, OK
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Custer County Fair to host variety of contests

It’s almost time to celebrate the 96th annual Custer County Free Fair and this year has a list of exciting events for attendees. “This will be our 96th Custer County Free Fair September 7 – 10. We will be taking entries the evening of September 7. The exhibits will be judged Thursday afternoon. The livestock shows starts Friday September 9 and the horse show will be September10 along with a barbeque cook off which is for all of the first responders in the county. This year we are dedicating the fair to Don Baker, of Butler, and Darla Lowry, of Weatherford,” Custer County Oklahoma State University Extension Office 4-H Educator Jordan Nel said.
CUSTER COUNTY, OK
Clinton Daily News

Saturday, August 6, 2022

- Clinton teacher gains new perspective at Institute of Colonial Williamsburg. Read the Clinton Daily News in print, online at www.clintondailynews.com or download the app.
CLINTON, OK
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