As I move about our community, I notice people everywhere without masks in public. Today I even saw a father without a mask with a grocery cart pushing around the store his small son, who did wear a mask.
Much has been lost, or at least greatly overshadowed at times, in the regular news cycle over the past 2 1/2 months. We owe that, of course, to the daily deluge of information tied to the pandemic.
If anyone thought the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic would bring this country together politically to fight a common enemy, they were woefully mistaken.
Usually, summertime is a great time for blockbuster movie releases. This year, however, promises to be much different.
AMERICANS are observing a Memorial Day weekend like none before -- in the midst of a global pandemic as the official death toll in this nation hovers at 100,000.
I watched the salute honoring the Class of 2020 on May 16. I was impressed with the many hours of preparation, variety of students and others taking time to make it a memorable event.
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