Outdoor plans for New Year’s? Remember to plan ahead

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)—Friday marks the start of the New Year, and what better way to get 2021 going than by getting out and breathing in some fresh air. Many ski resorts are open with social distance plans in place, and let’s not forget the many walks and hikes across the state, all part of the 10th Annual First Day Hikes program.

This ski season remember to call ahead to make
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Here are The Salt Lake Tribune’s most-read stories of 2020

List includes everything from the desert obelisk to this summer’s protests to the pandemic.

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Brandon McCormick was beat up by protesters after allegedly brandishing a bow and arrow, after driving his car into the crowd, Saturday, May 30, 2020.

In 2020, you turned to The Salt Lake Tribune for news and information on the coronavirus, the earthquake,

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Final push to turn out voters in Georgia Senate runoff

ATLANTA – Campaigns and outside groups are making a final push to turn out election-weary Georgians whose votes will determine control of the U.S. Senate.

More than 2.3 million people — nearly half the turnout of last month’s presidential election — had already cast their ballots early, in person or by absentee ballot, by Tuesday morning.

With margins in the Jan. 5 runoffs expected to be tight, the campaigns for

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Read the full text of Anchorage’s new ‘easing up’ emergency order

MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE

PROCLAMATION OF ADDITIONAL EMERGENCY ORDER EO-17

ISSUED BY THE ACTING MAYOR OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE PURSUANT TO ANCHORAGE MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 3.80.060H.

Anchorage has been in a modified hunker down status for the month of December and narrowly avoided overwhelming our public health capacity. New case counts are down and decreasing, due to the collective sacrifices required by our previous emergency order and the individual actions

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