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February 10, 2015 City Councilman Sammy Ward has worked for two years to add military equipment to Clinton’s City Park and with the help of Scott Bramlett, VFW State Commander from 2014 – 2015, Choctaw VFW Member Bill Wells, and Clinton Mayor, Richard McCormac. AContinue reading
January 26, 2015 – This year’s first meeting of the “Taking Time Out to Further Your Success” series by the Clinton Chamber focused on news about growth in our area. New Chamber president Darrell Moore introduced the board of directors, including: Vice-President Matt Stewart Secretary-TreasurerContinue reading
Clinton is the southern gateway to the Ozarks and the western gateway to Greers Ferry Lake. This lake contains 40,000 acres of fishing, swimming, skiing and fun for the whole family. Greers Ferry Lake is the home of world-record walleye and hybrid striper bass. Plus,Continue reading
2/18 Update: The escort will arrive from Little Rock around 12:15pm. Everyone is encouraged to make a show of respect & support by lining Highway 65 from Conway to the destination at Roller McNutt Funeral Home in Clinton. Please join in the small gesture toContinue reading
February 10th, 2015 – The Chamber joined Michelle Cross in an Anniversary Celebration & Ribbon Cutting for The Bookworm, located at Hwy 65 South in the Roger Heights Shopping Center, Suite #8 (behind KFC) in Clinton. Come check out the discount table and ask aboutContinue reading
Friday, December 12, 2014 at 6pm “Festival of Hope and Lights” Tickets are now available for the Ozark Health Foundation’s annual fundraising gala at the FFB Conference Center. The cost is $100/each and proceeds will benefit funding for medical equipment at the hospital. More infoContinue reading