Las Cruces city parks closed, temperature checks at city hall

From Staff Reports, Las Cruces Sun-News
Published 11:59 a.m. MT Nov. 15, 2020

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The city of Las Cruces announced that beginning Monday, Nov. 16, 2020, all city parks will be closed, including the skate park, shooting range, tennis and pickleball courts, and dog park (Photo: Courtesy: Las Cruces Police Department)

LAS CRUCES – The city will be making some changes in services in response to the state’s revised public

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Indiana tourism remains hopeful amid COVID-19 pandemic

Although the state’s tourism industry has taken a hit during the pandemic, experts found that many Hoosiers are exploring their home state and getting outdoors.

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Throughout the pandemic, tourism has been hit especially hard.
A policy brief from the United Nations this summer, estimated a trillion dollars in losses for the tourism industry, and more than 100 million jobs at risk.

Ahead of National Indiana Day,

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Cabarrus Christmas celebration events begin Nov. 20 – Salisbury Post

Events modified to comply with COVID restrictions

KANNAPOLIS — The City of Kannapolis Christmas Celebration will look different this year. The Grinch (COVID) has impacted the usual holiday events but the city is working with community partners to to celebrate the holidays in a safe and healthy manner.

A Kannapolis Christmas will officially begin with the Cabarrus Virtual Holiday Celebration and Virtual Tree Lighting Ceremony at 7 p.m., Friday, Nov.

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Indian Land, Lancaster County SC new home impact fee details

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Development in Indian Land. A view of US 521 looking north Friday afternoon. The North Carolina state line is in the top of the frame.

Details are in on the latest plan for Indian Land impact fees.

The county planning commission will take a look Nov. 17 at a study prepared by the firm TischlerBise. The plan details potential new charges to fund recreation, fire

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Thank a hunter for funding conservation this opening day

Steve Johnson
Published 11:00 p.m. ET Nov. 14, 2020

This Sunday is opening day of deer season, marking an unofficial holiday for sportsmen and sportswomen across our great state. Although I’ve only hunted a few times, I try to get out and appreciate our state’s natural beauty as often as I can.

As an avid hiker and backpacker, I’ve enjoyed hiking hundreds of miles of the North Country Trail, backpacking

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Pandemic accelerates move to e-commerce for some local shops | Business

HUNTINGTON — COVID-19 totally changed the way The Haute Wick Social does business, according to owner Ashley Casto.

“The pandemic blew up my whole business model,” Casto said. “We went from an in-person experience to an online and social media experience.”

The Haute Wick Social, located in Heritage Station in downtown Huntington, opened as a place where people would gather to make their own candles together.

“There was lots of

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Bank donates nearly $100K to Contra Costa schools

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY

Supplies are dwindling as schools across the Bay Area continue to offer online or in-person instruction during the pandemic.

The Fremont Bank Foundation responded to this ongoing crisis by donating nearly $100,000 to five Contra Costa County school districts. Acalanes Union High, Brentwood Elementary, Danville/San Ramon Valley Unified, Liberty Union High and Walnut Creek school districts plan to use the funds to buy disinfectants, personal protective equipment,

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Turkey Scramble gets the community moving

Students at the university teamed up with the La Crosse Parks and Recreation Department to provide fun hybrid event for families

LA CROSSE, Wis (WKBT) – With classes online, some UWL students are still creating active events for the community.

Students at the university teamed up with the La Crosse Parks

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Demon’s Souls Review | Back And Better Than Ever

In 2009, when gaming was just beginning to toy around with deeper characterization, more nuanced storytelling, and vast Hollywood budgets, FromSoftware’s Demon’s Souls dared to be unconventional. Its ambiguous mechanics, cryptic story, and brutally difficult combat were not only utterly compelling on their own but actually spawned a new sub-genre entirely. Now, eleven years later, Bluepoint Games has revived this pioneering adventure for the launch of the PlayStation 5, and

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