Marshall White advisory board searching for opinions on community center’s future | Local News

OGDEN — Formed late last year, Ogden’s Marshall White Advisory Committee is now kicking into high gear.

And that means the Ogden City-appointed board is looking for public opinions on what should happen with the community and recreation center that has served the central Ogden area for more than 50 years.

Ogden City Communications Director Mike McBride said the committee has released a public input survey, which is open now

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St. Charles County ‘Date Night in the Park’ events are only $2

DEFIANCE, Mo. – The St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department is putting together a unique opportunity for couples to have a romantic evening outdoors. “Date Night in the Park” features two hours of food, fun, and a roaring fire.

They say it will make you fall in love with the outdoors. But, the best thing about it may be the price. All of the ambiance is only $2.


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2 N.J. school districts are putting more money toward students. It’s a model others could follow.

School districts in New Jersey have been forced to adjust to a countless number of changes over the last year in face of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But, in the months before the outbreak, officials from two school districts in the Garden State made the decision make changes to share resources and put more taxpayer dollars toward students.

Since the beginning of the 2019-20 school year, a shared services relationship

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Yosemite is reopening, but you’ll need a reservation even for a day visit

Yosemite National Park, which was set to reopen Monday after extensive winter storm damage, will again require visitors, even those only passing through for the day, to make reservations in advance

The park will start taking day-trip reservations at 8 a.m. Monday at for visits between Feb. 8 and 28. Beginning Feb. 8, visitors won’t be allowed in the park without a reservation.

Yosemite spokesman Scott Gediman called the

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A New City Of Champions

By Eric Adelson
Special to FOX Sports

TAMPA, Fla. – Aric Almirola never dreamed of a Tampa sports streak like this. When he was growing up, three Tampa teams playing for championships wasn’t just unlikely — it was impossible.

The city had only one big-time professional sports franchise, and that team wasn’t very big-time at all. After all, that team, the Buccaneers, played in a hulking, concrete sauna of a

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Vaccinating smokers put too many people on line with seniors; Active rec in Liberty State Park mustn’t harm restoration; Topsy-turvy world in Jersey City politics | Letters

State must rethink vax plan

I have read with great interest the opinion piece in The Jersey Journal (“Vaccine rollout a massive failure for seniors”; Jan. 29) and agree with everything written in the article. It was spot on, as were the letters by senior citizens relating the problems in securing an appointment for the vaccine, as I speak from experience. 

At the beginning, it was understood the seniors would

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Today’s Headlines: The success of stay-at-home

Experts say the improving COVID-19 picture in California now is traceable in part to tough measures taken two months ago.


The Success of Stay-at-Home

Despite heated opposition and vows of resistance from some restaurant owners and elected officials, there is increasing evidence that California’s latest stay-at-home order, including a ban on outdoor dining, worked to turn around a deadly surge of the coronavirus.

After weeks of overwhelmed

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18 Valentine’s Day inspired events for couples, families and singles in Greeley, Loveland and beyond

Valentine’s Day is coming up and love is in the air. No matter who your valentine is — your kids, your pet, a friend, a secret crush or yourself— spend the holiday week doing something fun at an in-person or online event.

The week of Feb. 12-18 is packed full of a variety of events for the entire family. Enjoy family night bouncing on trampolines, take your sweetie out for

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10 ways, places to work out for free in Lancaster County | Food + Living

Thanks to the ongoing pandemic, going back to the gym might not be an option for everyone.

While most gyms require masks, social distancing and may be provide disinfecting supplies, some still feel most safe getting a workout at home.

For those who feel comfortable, several gyms in the Lancaster area offer free trials for new members who want to start a new workout routine.

But for those intent on

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Where to get out and get active during the long Maine winter, weather or not

Riding a fat-tire bike at Range Pond State Park in Poland is one way to get outside this winter. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

The pandemic has been unable to shut down Maine’s great outdoors.

So as long as there is snow on the ground and temperatures cold enough to freeze water, you’ll be able to find something to do in the next couple of months. Not every winter

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Today’s events for Feb. 1 | Entertainment


Ticket sales for the 2021 Joye in Aiken Festival open to the public today. For a list of events and ticket prices, visit

Aiken Women in Black and Moms Demand Action will hold a Vigil for Peace and Nonviolence from 4 to 5:30 p.m. today. The group gathers on Hitchcock Drive at the entrance to Aiken Estates, across from the Fresh Market along Whiskey Road. Participants are invited

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