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Change Comes to Little Clinton
There were obvious changes in this small town of 900 souls in the past week. 

Circumstances beyond anyone's control - fire and wind - changed forever two town landmarks - Perkins Drugs and Second Baptist Church (see related story on Second Baptist). 
Other happier changes are blooming like March flowers.
A new Habitat for Humanity House is under roof and a second is soon to come.
Harold Byassee Home Improvement is putting a new blue metal roof on the Hickman County Museum, damaged by the Great Ice Storm of 2009.
See story for more photos.
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Clinton Congregation Finds New Home
First Christian Church/Disciples of Christ on N. Washington is the new home for Second Baptist - at least for awhile.
Clinton Congregation Finds New Home

After the tragic fire that destroyed Second Baptist Church's sanctuary and the annex under construction overnight last Thursday night, the congregation met on Friday evening to chart their future. 

By Saturday, a sign planted in front of the old church told the story of their decision to use the Clinton landmark as their new home. 

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