online resource attracting more people to the Iron Range

VIRGINIA, MN — Over the years, the number of people moving to northeastern Minnesota has dropped.

Shawn Herhusky, workforce strategy consultant for the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, said it can be difficult for employers on the Iron Range to find the right people to hire.

“We know that our population is going down,” Herhusky said. “We know that we have Baby Boomers exiting the workforce, and we

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Greenfield winter carnival will be online this year

GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Greenfield Recreation will host their annual winter carnival online since the in-person event had to be canceled due to the pandemic.

The event will begin on February 5 and end on February 7. It will host nine different activities that can all be done in a socially distant way or completely online.

The events are:

  • Virtual 4 Mile Sleigh Bell Run – You can virtually sign
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Arizona seniors join online platform designed for older adults | Coronavirus in Arizona

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – The kids have video games. Parents have Facebook, and, now, technology has a place for grandma and grandpa. More older adults are signing up for televëda, an online platform designed just for seniors.

“It’s a virtual recreation center for older adults where they get together, and they can join a class and also meet their friends and communicate with each other,” said Shruti Gurudanti, CEO

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“Be patient” | Parents in virtual learning offer advice after KCS students transition online

The transition will last through Winter break, and in-person students will return to their buildings on January 5, 2021.

KNOX COUNTY, Tenn. — What has it been like to have a kid learning from home? We asked a set of Knox County Parents with students from elementary to high school who were learning from home.

“Here’s a couple tricks that might help you navigate this new adventure you are on,”

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Crystal’s Winterfest moves online | Free


This coloring page, designed by Crystal artist and resident Shawn McCann, is available to pick up at the Crystal Community Center, 4800 Douglas Dr. N., or to download at A picture of the completed page may be downloaded to Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #crystalwinterfest2020 to be entered into a Dec. 18 drawing.

Pandemic surge brings change for event originally set for Becker Park


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One of Plano’s biggest Christmas events is canceled, but the holiday celebrations move online

Christmas celebrations will be different this year during the COVID-19 pandemic, as Plano’s annual Dickens in Downtown festival has been canceled and other events have been curtailed.

But the city has lined up a series of virtual events to help keep residents in the holiday spirit, including a series of “Dickens Holiday Countdown” sessions this week leading up to an online edition of the festival, complete with a virtual tree

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GVCC’s annual auction to be held online | News

The Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce will once again be holding an auction this year, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic it will be held online.

The 12th Annual Auction hosted by the GVCC will begin with bidding on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. and end on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m.

“The chamber has hosted the Auction for many years and always donates a portion of the proceeds.

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Black Friday shoppers look to stay safe both in stores and online this year

A lot of the shopping this year is expected to shift online. A place it can be easy to fall victim to scams.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Woodland Mall is prepared for a Black Friday like its never seen before. In an effort to keep visitors safe during the pandemic, don’t expect to see the massive crowds of the past.

“We’ve got a smaller capacity limit than what we’ve had

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New Snohomish County online guide aims to boost businesses

EVERETT — Looking for a way to shop small, shop local and shop Snohomish County?

County officials have launched the Support SnoCo Campaign to promote local commerce and offer a guide to area businesses.

The online hub,, aims to introduce shoppers to businesses across the county through an extensive online directory. A key feature will allow users to create an itinerary to keep track of they places they want

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Online Fishing Lure Sales Offset Sluggishness from Traditional Channes, Opines Fact.MR – Press Release

Market players are focusing on product innovation to attain market share and make a USP in this extremely competitive market landscape.

ROCKVILLE, MD / ACCESSWIRE / November 24, 2020 / The global fishing lure market is foreseen to expand at a steady CAGR of around 5% during the assessment period of 2020-2030. There has been a notable growth for anglers across the world, which has resulted in increased demand for

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Online sales set to smash records during pandemic holiday gift season

SALT LAKE CITY — Rainbocorn and Cutetito may just sound like gibberish, but they’re actual names of new toys likely to lead the pack in the upcoming online holiday shopping season, one setting up to smash existing records.

a man standing in front of a truck: FedEx trucks are loaded for deliveries in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Ongoing and widespread COVID-19 restrictions are fueling an unprecedented volume of online shopping for the holiday season.

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FedEx trucks are loaded for deliveries in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Ongoing and widespread COVID-19 restrictions are fueling an unprecedented volume of

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Valley News – Out & About: Look online for Woodstock documentary series

WOODSTOCK — Billings Farm & Museum’s Woodstock Vermont Film Series is back — and it’s reach may be wider than ever before.

That’s because, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual documentary film series is going virtual.

“We can open this up to a much larger audience than we had in the past,” said Marge Wakefield, PR and community relations coordinator at Billings Farm & Museum. “You had to be

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Naya Rivera’s Ex Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit on Behalf of Son – E! Online

About two hours after Naya and Josey left the dock on the rental boat, they decided to swim in the lake, which the documents stated was permitted at the time but is now banned. The paperwork claimed the boat was then carried away while they were swimming and that this was “likely by current wind, which gusted up to 21 miles per hour that afternoon.”

In July, Ventura County Sheriff 

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More colleges expanding COVID testing before Thanksgiving, moving online after

The U of M and UW campuses in Stout, Eau Claire and River Falls will move classes online after Thanksgiving. St Thomas adds to mass testing push.

A day after the Mayo Clinic announced that beds in its northwestern Wisconsin hospitals are full due to a surge of COVID-19 patients, University of Wisconsin campuses in Stout, Eau Claire and River Falls announced that all classes will move online after Thanksgiving.

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Campus Rec stops requiring online workout appointments

After statewide measures increased gym capacities to 50 percent, the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center has lifted the requirement to book a time slot online. | File photo

Beginning Oct. 5, students no longer have to make an appointment online to work out at the UH Campus Recreation and Wellness Center. 

Since the reopening on Aug. 10, the Recreation Center was allowed 25 percent

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Syracuse University switching to online learning starting Thursday

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Syracuse University is switching to all online learning starting on Thursday, Nov. 12.

The university said this might make students accelerate their plans to leave campus. They plan to help students who choose to leave early so they can do so as safely as possible.

This will include pre-departure testing.

Starting on Thursday, there will be no in-person classes for the rest of the semester.


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Why Are Online Casinos Growing In Popularity?

UNITED STATES—The pandemic has disturbed businesses all across the globe. Some industries have suffered significant financial losses, which led to a massive decrease in the job market — companies have run out of business, and millions of people worldwide have lost their jobs.

On the other hand, certain enterprises that have switched to e-commerce have endured and come up with ways to minimize the losses. With the entire

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Forest Service begins online Christmas Tree sales permits on Nov. 16

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Published 10:47 a.m. MT Nov. 3, 2020


Online Christmas Tree permits will be available for purchase in the Gila National Forest beginning Nov. 16. (Photo: Courtesy Photo)

SILVER CITY, N.M. – How would you like to be able to purchase your Christmas tree permit from the comfort of your home? With online ordering there is no waiting in line or driving to your local Forest Service

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Santa visits get a pandemic makeover in person and online – for a safer, more inclusive Christmas

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Bay Area children hoping to sit on Santa’s lap this year are in for some big changes, but it is still possible to get quality time with Saint Nick.

A lot of Santa’s helpers who usually staff malls and department stores are older and at high risk for COVID-19. So to keep both them and visiting children safe, the old traditions are undergoing a major revamp.

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GTA Online Glitch Makes the Casino Heist A Breeze

A new glitch in Grand Theft Auto Online allows players to complete the Diamond Casino Heist far more easily by phasing through the vault wall.


Players have discovered a new bug in GTA Online that makes completing the Diamond Casino Heist much easier by allowing them to glitch through the vault wall. The casino heist mission is one of the most complex and challenging in Grand Theft Auto V‘s

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