Protect gray wolves; Bayonne Housing staff does great job; No more excuses, move trailers from park | Letters

Speak up to save gray wolves

This letter is looking to advocate for a measure to relist gray wolves under the Endangered Species Act.

Across the lower 48 states, gray wolves are in dire straits.

Idaho is currently weighing legislation that would remove most wolf hunting regulations, with a goal to kill two-thirds of the state’s wolf population. In Montana, legislators are considering legislation that would allow wolves to be

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Boris Johnson hails Telegraph campaign ahead of ‘Great British summer of sport’

Following a £1.5million investment in 22 local areas, the Government have also committed a further £10m to help schools open sports facilities outside of teaching times, starting with the Easter holidays. Discussions are also being held over formulating a health and wellbeing measure of schools that could be assessed by Ofsted.

Our Keep Kids Active campaign had called for school sports facilities to be opened to communities during evenings, weekends

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The outdoors are great, but not for all

Neighborhood parks give communities space. From New York’s Central Park to Washington’s tiny triangle parks, these spots provide space for everything from hiking, to cookouts to simply resting on a bench.

You might not know about the Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program (ORLP), but it is a small program with a big impact. To countless urban communities, it could be the difference between having a neighborhood park and having a

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Amazon’s Great Labor Awakening – The New York Times

The Eastvale warehouse complaint took the company to task for not doing enough to enforce social-distancing measures or protect employees from the virus, noting that many workers were allowed only one antimicrobial cleaning wipe per shift and had to “sanitize equipment themselves that was touched by other workers on previous shifts, including scanners, touch screens, keyboards, carts and other warehouse equipment.” The complaint pointed out that employees in Eastvale were

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10 great games from 2020 for your new Nintendo Switch

We’re now at a point where you can comfortably describe the Nintendo Switch as “mature.” It’s no longer a new device, but one several years into its life, with a robust and varied line-up of games available. There’s a good chance you picked up a Switch to play one of Nintendo’s tentpole franchises — whether that’s Super Mario, Animal Crossing, or Pokémon — but there are a lot

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15 years later, what did Iowa’s ‘Great Places’ do for Sioux City? | State and regional

Great Places anniversary

Nathan Kalaher, a committee member of Sioux City’s successful bid in 2005 to be awarded an Great Places designation in Iowa, stands Wednesday along the Missouri River riverfront in Sioux City, Iowa. Improvements to the riverfront was one the projects listed in the city’s Great Places application.

SIOUX CITY — Fifteen years ago, Sioux City reeled in an honor that boosted its profile statewide, with

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Breath Of The Wild’s Great Plateau Can Now Be Explored In VR

The Great Plateau from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can now be explored entirely in virtual reality, via the VRChat platform.

The Legend of Zelda is undoubtedly one of the most popular and enduring video game series in history, and its 2017 installment, Breath of the Wild, has inspired a variety of community responses, including a detailed recreation in VR thanks to an intrepid fan. The

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Catch Up on These 12 Great 2020 Series This Thanksgiving Weekend

Covid-19 has crippled television production in 2020. And yet, an astonishing number of new series — limited and otherwise — have premiered so far this year. Maybe you’ve already seen the most talked-about shows: “The Last Dance,” “Normal People,” “The Queen’s Gambit,” “Tiger King,” “The Vow.” That leaves only about 500 more. No person with decent sleep hygiene can or should keep up with them all.

But Thanksgiving, and the

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Ariel Whitely-Noll: Fall a great time to explore outdoors – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal

Fall is one of the best times of the year to get out into nature, and take your kids, to hike and explore.

The cooler temperatures and changing leaves create unique opportunities to see changes in the natural world. In Shawnee County and across the state, there are hundreds of miles of beautiful trails to be enjoyed.

To start your hiking adventures, you have to pick a trail. Locally, Shawnee

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Hotel Plus 2020 Concluded with Great Success on 14th August in Shanghai, China

“The show is very big and has many highlights, covering the needs of hotels at all aspects. I saw various intelligent products were showcased, they satisfied the current needs and development of smart hotels,” said a journalist from HRC China, the sourcing directory for hotels and restaurants, “Hotel Plus is the first trade show for the hospitality industry after the epidemic situation is getting better. The large flow of people

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How One Direction Became One of the Great Rock Bands of the 21st Century

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A bathroom figures significantly in the origin stories of at least two classic One Direction songs. The first will be familiar to any fan: Songwriter and producer Savan Kotecha was sitting on the toilet in a London hotel room, when he heard his wife say, “I feel so ugly today.” The words that popped into his head would shape the chorus of One

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With bankruptcies surging, 2020 may become one of the busiest years for Chapter 11 filings since the Great Recession

Twelve midsize to large corporations – all with more than $10 million in debt – filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection during the third week of June, another consequence of the coronavirus pandemic and continued trouble in America’s oil industry.

The filings represent the highest weekly total of the year, and experts believe this is just the beginning of a bankruptcy tsunami that will wash over the country’s largest companies

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4 Travel Stocks to Buy for the Great Outdoors

There’s a big trend happening on Wall Street, and you don’t want to miss out. Consumers are opting for campfires and nights under the stars instead of pink flamingo pool floats and tropical cocktails. Investors are following suit, bidding up a group of travel stocks perfect for the great outdoors. If you’re looking to make a profit this summer, grab your flannel and start buying.

Don’t get me wrong. I

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‘Feeling great, beautiful day!’ Yosemite National Park reopens with changes

Gary Egorov didn’t let not being able to get a day-use reservation stop him from getting into Yosemite National Park on Thursday.

The cyclist from Fresno parked in Oakhurst and rode his bicycle up Highway 41.

“Feeling great, beautiful day!” Egorov said after he passed through the park’s south gate around 8 a.m. He waited in a line of about 15 cars and a motorcyclist, who he joked with about

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