Here's what people are reading in Friday's Clinton Daily News

- Stimulus will help businesses, citizens, city

- Teachers caravan for kids

- Custer County, state virus numbers explained

- Fernandez’s drive leads to dream career

- Obit for Charles Beach

Teachers caravan for kidsTeachers caravan for kids

Clinton students lined the streets one day this week to wave at teachers as they drove through neighborhoods, letting their students know they were thinking of them. Now that physical classrooms are closed for the rest of the school year, Southwest Elementary school counselor Kim Quintero said the unanticipated long separation is turning out to be hard on teachers as well as students.

As of Thursday morning this week, the number of positive COVID-19 cases reported in Custer County remained at three. Custer County Health Department Regional Director Terri Salisbury had some advice for people needing help interpreting the numbers being released on a daily basis now from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH).

Electronic hoops

Ben Christie, left, and Matthew Cantu, both Washington sixth graders, play a little robot basketball during makerspace.

Attorney General Mike Hunter issued a consumer alert after receiving reports of individuals attempting to sell at-home tests for the coronavirus.

Ready to roll

Teachers, from left, Aide Flores and Shelly Oyler prepare to get in their vehicles to embark on visiting their students.

Today is the 87th day of 2020 and the ninth day of spring.

Enjoying a little nature

Boy Scout Troop 361 took a recent hike at Foss State Park. Pictured, from left, are Kendrick Fletcher, Aiden Hall, Owen Lavigne, Xadrian Hernandez and Cody Nelson.

Here's a peak at Thursday's CDN

- April filing dates set for county offices

- 2 new cases of COVID-19 in county

- Effects of no school testing should be minimal here

- Nguyen lives up to pedigree