Good procedures at Hamme Pool | Letters To Editor

To the editor: In response to Pamela Samash’s letter about Hamme Pool, I would like to express my appreciation to the borough Parks and Recreation staff members who have made swimming possible and safe in these crazy times.

Yes, the registration process is cumbersome, but an extremely patient and helpful Parks and Rec employee helped me navigate through the process when I called in confusion. And when I goofed on

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Get your party on with drive-through Christmas in Tumwater on Dec. 18

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You’ve heard of drive-through burgers, drive-through coffee and even drive-through coronavirus testing, but how about a drive-through Christmas party? The City of Tumwater is having one on Friday, Dec. 18, and your family is invited. The catch: You have to make reservations in advance, and there are only 400 spots available.

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You’ve heard of drive-through burgers, drive-through coffee and even drive-through coronavirus testing, but how about

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Temtem Game Review | CBR

It’s taken over two years and a highly-successful Kickstarter campaign to come to fruition, but Spanish developer Crema’s Pokémon-inspired MMORPG creature-collector Temtem has finally released in early access for PC and PlayStation 5, with Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series S/X versions dropping sometime in 2021.

While it’s hard to shake the constant feeling of it being an off-brand knock-off of one of gaming’s most beloved franchises, Temtem still manages

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New Land Bridge Opens To Help Wildlife, People Safely Cross Texas Parkway

Two portions of a San Antonio park previously separated by a six-lane highway are now connected by a bridge meant to make life easier for both wildlife and human visitors.

The Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge opened to the public Friday, according to the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department. The bridge, built over Wurzbach Parkway, connects two portions of the 330-acre Phil Hardberger Park. The park is

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Edited Transcript of ASO.OQ earnings conference call or presentation 10-Dec-20 4:00pm GMT

Q3 2020 Academy Sports & Outdoors Inc Earnings Call Dec 10, 2020 (Thomson StreetEvents) — Edited Transcript of Academy Sports & Outdoors Inc earnings conference call or presentation Thursday, December 10, 2020 at 4:00:00pm GMT TEXT version of Transcript ================================================================================ Corporate Participants ================================================================================ * Heather A. Davis Academy Sports and Outdoors, Inc. – VP & Controller * Kenneth C. Hicks Academy Sports and Outdoors, Inc. – Chairman, President & CEO

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Austin City Manager Issues End-Of-Year Review

AUSTIN, TX — The city manager on Wednesday published an end of year review summarizing the city’s work throughout 2020 while paying tribute to the community and municipal workers for their “unwavering resilience” during the coronavirus pandemic.

The review highlights how the city has made progress on its core strategic priorities while battling a global pandemic, supporting Austin’s most vulnerable communities, and mobilizing more than half the city’s workforce to

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The 50 best cultural events of 2020

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Stars of 2020

It’s been the most difficult year for the arts in memory, with countless events cancelled and many performers left out of work. And yet, in the face of these setbacks, there have still been reasons to be cheerful: gripping TV dramas, blockbuster art exhibitions and brilliant new albums. Radio brought millions of locked-down listeners together, and even resolutely stage-based art forms such as opera and ballet found

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Hong Kong re-imposes restaurant dining bans

HONG KONG — Hong Kong is re-imposing a ban on in-restaurant dining after 6:00 p.m. and closing gyms, beauty parlors and other businesses and public venues as it tries to get a grip on the latest wave of coronavirus infections in the territory.

Restaurants may only provide takeout between 6:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. and while open, must limit numbers of patrons at 50 percent of capacity with diners restricted

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