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July 7, 2020

A dinner for six is carried out to a car last week as one of the approximately 80 graduation meals given away by Michael’s Fine Food and Spirits restaurant on the corner of Routes 12 and 20. Graduates from Waterville and Hamilton schools were offered the free meal.

When Covid-19 caused Mike Latreille to close dining in at his restaurants in Watervil...

July 7, 2020

The Clinton Youth Foundation had its annual meeting last Monday night to discuss this year's schedule for the Jack Boynton Community Pool.

The meeting opened with a formal vote to establish the Officers and members for the 2020 Board. CYF President Jennifer Giannone welcomed the dozen or so people in attendance at the outdoor meeting at the pool. Je...

July 7, 2020

One of the hardest realities of the Covid-19 pandemic came when the entire spring high school sports season was canceled.

For some kids that meant a year gone to develop and improve in their sport. Seniors, though, lost their final opportunity to improve, create memories and wrap up their high school athletics with their team.

Over the last several w...

July 7, 2020

In a time when things seem uncertain and the road that lies ahead keeps changing, there is a glimmer of hope, a light at the end of the tunnel.

We all can grab this light and hold onto it, let it give us the strength, courage and hope we all need to get us through the toughest of times.

This past February a small group of girls, seven to be exact, fr...

July 7, 2020

A Clinton Elementary student and recent winner of the Frank Santoli Award for Kindness continues to spread kindness outside of the classroom.

Rising sixth-grader Emily Roy was recognized in school for the everyday kindness she brings to CCS. The Frank Santoli Award for Kindness was initiated by Mr. Santoli’s wife, Genevieve Santoli,during the 2015-1...

June 30, 2020

After the 89th graduating class at Clinton Central School walked in for their commencement Saturday, Principal Dr. Matt Lee uttered words not heard before in the history of the school.

“Graduates, you may remove your protective seat covers,’’ he told the group of maroon and white gowned graduates.

In a creative method of providing a graduation cere...

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Poll Results


What is your favorite pizza topping?

Mushrooms came in first place with pepperoni as a close second. In third place was sausage. Tied for fourth was cheese and onions. Receiving no votes, anchovies, olives, meatballs, peppers, bacon and pineapple.

Inside This Week

Editorial -

Wear The Mask

Throughout the Inside -

•In Times Past

•Student To Staff for BCS Grad

•New Doctor at CMH

•Library Fun

•Three Elected To
Hamilton Board

•Covid-19 Information

•College Honors

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Photo By Zach Lewis

I have been following the advice of this sign and staying at home. Since I've been at home, my photography has been a bit boring. I can only take so many pictures of my dog and cat at home. Recently, I decided to drive around a bit. I was able to see all the signs that people have placed in their yards. This sign at the Clark Mills Fire Department caught my attention. From my car window, I was able to get this photo.


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