Every spring, students at Clifton ISD can try out for the cheer squad. This year, however, things changed due to COVID-19. Instead of practicing routines together and performing together in front of judges, participants experienced something a bit different: virtual tryouts.
With most Texans sheltering in place since mid- March, cabin fever had begun to settle in. Everyone was eager to get outdoors to enjoy balmy spring weather, and took quick advantage of the State Parks’ cautious April 20 re-opening .
Stimulus checks boost restaurant sales
According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), national vigilance during the COVID-19 pandemic is important. Both the FBI and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) list several crimes to be aware of during this time.
Local realtors indicate that in spite of Coronavirus slowdowns in the general economy, things remain at a “near normal” pace in their business.