Following 5-0 votes by the City Council, the City of Clinton is upgrading its information technology equipment with a $45,000 package from Hewlett-Packard and a new agreement with Cable One that will more than double its monthly Internet service fee from $450 to $1,000.

Inmates of the Custer County Jail will continue to receive health care from Advanced Correctional Healthcare Inc. of Peoria, Ill., under a contract renewed Monday by county commissioners.

The annual fee is rising slightly under the new contract – from $38,520 to $39,445. That’s an increase of $925, or 2.4 percent.

Two people injured at Saturday night’s performance of the Clinton Rodeo apparently will be okay, Roundup Club secretary Launa Kimble said Monday.

Ms. Kimble said Blake Mullett, 20, of Yukon, was taken by ambulance to the Clinton hospital where he was treated for a head injury before being released to go home.

Costly cattle

   Clinton Livestock Auction owner Blake Berry estimates there are 30 to 40 percent fewer cattle than there were three years ago in this extended and continuing drought.

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Sports

As the daughter of a Clinton High coach, former Lady Reds basketball standout Jennifer Williams was on the receiving end of more coaching lessons back at home once the games were done.

Lifestyle

After, by his own estimation, 41 years, one month and one week in the pulpit of the First Church of God, Roy Dobbs told his Church Council and congregation Sunday that he is retiring.

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