Clinton 69343 (MM 98)
Clinton once had a full complement of businesses, including a hotel, bank, garage, dance hall , post office , grocery stores and filling stations.
At one time, there was a potato cellar, poultry processing plant, and cereal factory which produced puffed wheat.
Today, all that remains in the town are two churches, a school, an elevator and 33 residents.
A hill located south of Clinton was the site of the last cross burning and meeting conducted by the local Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s.
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