Events likely to see slow start but pick up speed in 2021 | Western Colorado

It would be nice to shake 2020 off and dance, to take in live music and live theater, go to a movie and bump into friends without worrying about your mask being on right.

That life is coming back, but when exactly in 2021 it will happen is a guess, said a number of individuals with ears open for any good news with regard to events, entertainment and the arts.

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Events likely to see slow start but pick up speed in 2021, organizers say | Western Colorado

It would be nice to shake 2020 off and dance, to take in live music and live theater, go to a movie and bump into friends without worrying about your mask being on right.

That life is coming back, but when exactly in 2021 it will happen is a guess, said a number of individuals with ears open for any good news with regard to events, entertainment and the arts.

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COVID-19, impacts on daily life is top N-M story of 2020

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FREMONT – It should come as no surprise the COVID-19 pandemic and its dramatic impact locally is the News-Messenger’s top story from 2020.

With small businesses struggling from stringent safety protocols and local schools trying to merge online learning with in-person instruction, COVID-19 hit Sandusky County hard.

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This year’s COVID-19 pandemic hurt small businesses and restaurants in downtown Fremont and throughout Sandusky County, with businesses forced to

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South Plainfield Rec to Welcome Youth Safely Back onto the Courts and Mats

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Last week, Gov. Phil Murphy gave the green light for indoor sports to resume in the Garden State, effective Jan. 2, and, on a local level, the South Plainfield Department of Recreation is gearing up for a winter season that includes the return of both youth basketball and wrestling.

“We are excited to be able to get kids back into the gym and playing sports and,

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I resolved to read more in 2020. Here are the top titles I found. | Opinion

I’m a sucker for New Year’s Resolutions.

Like most other people, I tend to fail between Jan. 15 and Feb. 1.

Around Christmas of 2019, I started thinking about the “new me” I was going to build in the new year.

And then I thought again. I rarely have success at this. Why take up this tired cultural tick, when it was bound to make me feel like a loser?

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