Today is the 157th day of 2020 and the 79th day of spring.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported Thursday there are now 31 confirmed coro

Here's what to look for in Thursday's edition:

- City dealing with mowing, policy issues 

- COVID-19 in county rises again

- Elk City fugitive captured following high-speed chase 

- Deputies defuse bad situation

Finding the right bait

Zac Adams, left, and Cooper Sulley prepare to go after some fish at the city pond at Acme Park. This weekend will be free fishing days throughout the state with people not required to have a state-issued fishing license.

Custer County now stands at 30 reported cases of COVID-19, according to information released Wednesday by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

Like the past several meetings, the Clinton City Council spent most of Tuesday evening having to retroactively approve purchase orders for work that had already been done and dealing with city mowing throughout town.

Intoxication and carrying a gun proved to not be a very good combination for a Sweetwater man Tuesday afternoon at the Clinton Livestock Auction north of town.