Leads by Example: Garrett Long hopeful, excited to lead Wenatchee basketball | Sports

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee senior point guard Garrett Long has a routine. One he’s kept even before COVID-19 upset everyone’s applecart in March, and one he’s also maintained throughout the pandemic, even with a lack of resources at times.

His motivation? Distinguishing himself apart from every other 6-foot-2 point guard in the state, from an area that aside from Joe Harris and Hailey Van Lith, hasn’t necessarily established itself as a

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Long pause over: Siena plays its first games, wins both


In this photo provided by Siena College, Siena’s Manny Camper, top, goes to the basket against Monmouth during an NCAA college basketball game Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021, in Loudonville, N.Y. Siena College finally began its men’s basketball season on Sunday against Monmouth, 298 days after its last game. The Saints, the reigning Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champions, were delayed by three separate pauses due to positive COVID-19 test results from

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Trump visits, long voting lines mark eve of pivotal election

Lengthy early voting lines in Michigan and two stops by President Donald Trump on Monday marked the eve of a pivotal election that will cement the path of the nation for the next four years.

Trump won the state by 10,704 votes in 2016, his closest margin of victory nationally. But he and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have both invested heavily in Michigan. The president made the final stop

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Long Lines in Wisconsin as Early Voting Begins: Campaign Update

Voters waited in long lines in Wisconsin as early voting began on Tuesday. A popular young Democrat sought to get out the vote by playing a video game online. And Democratic nominee Joe Biden unveiled a set of Spanish-language ads.

There are 13 days until the election and 54 days until the Electoral College meets.

Other Developments:

Long Lines as Early Voting Begins in Wisconsin

While attention has been focused

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The Day – In New London, houses of worship have long history of activism

New London — In the spring of 2018, amid a national conversation splitting communities into pro- and anti-immigration camps, residents carrying “New London stands with immigrants” signs packed the City Council chambers here. Ultimately, the council adopted a resolution supporting the city’s undocumented immigrant community.

In this city that prides itself on acceptance of a diverse population, the idea to codify such support for undocumented immigrants grew out of action

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The Illinois Department of Natural Resources came out with its pandemic procedures, so Illinois waterfowlers will continue the long tradition of hunting from public site blinds; and it will make for a season to remember in more than a few ways.

The pandemic procedures are out for hunting from blinds at Illinois’ public sites.

And it is a something. The 2020-2021 waterfowl seasons at Illinois’s public sites should be a season to remember forever.

I had to laugh because one of the truest paragraphs to ever come in an Illinois Department of Natural Resources announcement came in this one:

That my friends is God’s truth.

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COVID Long Island: Parents, children protest plan to turn Jericho hotel into homeless shelter

JERICHO, Long Island (WABC) — Hundreds of local parents and children from the Jericho School District held rally Tuesday morning to speak out against a hotel being converted into a homeless shelter in the local community.

The event was held outside of Oyster Bay Town Hall, where those in attendance discussed what they call unsafe conditions for the children and families in the neighborhood.

The group, called Concerned Jericho Parents,

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Hotel guests checking in for the long haul

Forget checking into a hotel for a long weekend or a week. In the wake of Covid-19, travelers around the world are booking stays that last a month or even longer.

a train crossing a bridge over a body of water: At Timbers Kauai, 25% of current guests are staying for a month or longer.

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At Timbers Kauai, 25% of current guests are staying for a month or longer.

According to hoteliers globally, it’s a pattern that started this summer when their properties reopened after being shuttered for several months.

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Too hot to sleep? 9 bedding products to keep you cool all night long

Keeping your bedroom cool at night can give your sleep quality a boost.
Keeping your bedroom cool at night can give your sleep quality a boost.

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Ah, summer. The time of family barbecues, beach trips, fresh strawberries … and waking up with sweaty sheets. And there’s not all that much you can do while you’re sleeping to beat the heat—you’re kind of unconscious, after

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Virus pummels commercial real estate, could end long boom

NEW YORK (AP) — Americans are likely to see more “for rent” signs in the coming months as many businesses devastated by the coronavirus pandemic abandon offices and storefronts and potentially end a long boom in the nation’s commercial real estate market.

Hotels, restaurants and stores that closed in March have seen only a partial return of customers, and many may fail. Commercial landlords have already reported an increase in

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Trip.com Group’s New Recovery Campaign Shows Tourism Leaders Still Long for China’s Outbound Travelers

That it took Trip.com Group to pull together the global travel industry in a travel revival campaign rather than a world tourism body, Google Travel or Booking Holdings, shows the ongoing importance of the China outbound travel market.

In a never-before spectacle of global industry unity, Trip.com Group roped in more than 70 tourism, aviation, and hotel leaders worldwide to individually address tourists why their next trip would be their

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Long Distance Bike Trips for the Coronavirus Era

Illustration by Kelly Caminero/The Daily Beast/Getty
Illustration by Kelly Caminero/The Daily Beast/Getty

Descending the tight, winding roads of the San Juan Mountains from Wolf Creek Pass at the Continental Divide, I passed a long-distance cyclist with his panier-laden bike, climbing upward at a snail’s pace. The highest point he could reach was nearly 11,000 feet. I was in awe that he was trying it—imagining the risk of not being seen by vehicles rounding tight corners, or

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Alexis Ohanian has left Reddit’s board in a ‘long overdue’ move. Here’s how he launched Reddit into a $3 billion behemoth and became an outspoken activist in the tech world.

Reddit and Initialized Capital cofounder Alexis Ohanian.
Reddit and Initialized Capital cofounder Alexis Ohanian.

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  • Alexis Ohanian, who cofounded Reddit in 2005, has been called the “Mayor of the Internet.”

  • He and cofounder Steve Huffman built the company over 16 months, then sold it to Condé Nast in 2006 for somewhere between $10 and $20 million. Today, the company is worth $3 billion. 

  • Since then, Ohanian has become a venture capitalist, has helped

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20 Virtual Summer Camps to Keep Your Child Busy When the Days Are Long

When school lets out for summer, the excitement is palpable…there’s no homework, so much ice cream and, of course, camp! But what to do if Covid-19 has closed down the camps in your neck of the woods? Fear not: There’s a Zoom for that. (And some of them are actually pretty innovative and pretty adept at keeping your children active.) Read on for our roundup of virtual summer camps, which

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