Lennar Debuts New Limited-Release Homesites At Attainable Prices In St. Cloud, Florida

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ST. CLOUD, Fla., Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —
ST. CLOUD, Fla., Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Lennar, one of the nation’s leading homebuilders, has unveiled a new limited-release collection of single-family homes that bring exclusive new floorplans, attainable prices and Lennar’s signature Everything’s Included® package to homebuyers in St. Cloud, Florida. This unique collection offers

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Totally remotely stressed! Does less time on campus mean more time to fill?

Riley Peterson / Staff Photographer. Evan Kenefic studying in his dorm room in Gorham. (Hopefully he isn’t too stressed!)

Since moving to online classes from being in-person in early March, people have been adding more and more to their already busy lives. Since we are mostly working and taking classes online, we must have more time to fill the extra space we have and have more time on our hands.

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Pooling resources: Luther College, Decorah team up for outdoor choir rehearsals

Choir rehearsals are going swimmingly at Luther College in Decorah, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

Like everything else, the college shut down in mid-March, but music instructor Mark Potvin, who conducts the Norskkor of freshman and sophomore men and the Cathedral Choir of sophomore men and women, continued some virtual rehearsals to create online performances.

“It was not the same kind of day-in, day-out rehearsal we were accustomed to,” he said,

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Public buildings start patchwork reopening

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Many government offices in the Des Moines metro remain closed seven months into spread of the coronavirus in Iowa, but some cities are finding creative ways to continue offering services to residents.

Some have formed curbside library checkouts. Others are offering in-person appointments for those who need help — as long as people get a temperature screening and wear a mask.

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Park improvements coming to Legion Lake, Brigance Park, possible splash pad in the works | Chickasaw Journal

Legion Lake Park on Dulaney Street is slated for some improvements in 2021 after the Mississippi Legislature appropriated $150,000 for park upgrades. The appropriation request was made by the Chickasaw Development Foundation (CDF) during the 2020 session.

CDF director, Sean Johnson, added the park improvements to the request after Houston won a $25,000 grant from the Levitt Foundation to hold a ten-week concert series at the park.

“We made a

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Here’s what is happening (so far) this Halloween | Local

Halloween planning is underway in the Yakima Valley, with decorations going up on private homes and in public places. It won’t look the same this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, with a quiet Barge-Chestnut neighborhood the most obvious difference.

Trick or treating is considered a high-risk activity by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, so residents in that Yakima neighborhood are discouraged from handing out treats this year.

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City takes first action in building $20 million recreation facility

Karl Puckett, Great Falls Tribune
Published 1:14 a.m. MT Oct. 7, 2020

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The city of Great Falls is planning a $20 million aquatics-recreation center on these 10 acres between 52nd and 57th streets north, south of the Seibel Soccer Complex. (Photo: Karl Puckett)

The Great Falls City Commission took its first official action Tuesday in building a $20 million aquatics and recreation facility in OKing a resolution that will

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IM-Rec facilities report compliance with masking and social distancing protocols, see popularity with outdoor recreation programs – The Cavalier Daily

University Intramural and Recreational Sports facilities are operating with modified protocols this semester due to COVID-19, including limited hours and required reservations by students and members for certain spaces. By and large, individuals have abided by masking and sanitation requirements —  among other new regulations — and outdoor IM-Rec activities and facilities have grown in popularity.

The Aquatic and Fitness Center and North Grounds Recreation Center have been operating with

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