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Local COVID-19 Updates
With so many events, festival and general business being upended by the COVID-19 Pandemic, the cities and towns in Randolph County are all planning to move forward and host trick or treating this year. With careful planning and decision making, several events will take place on October 31. F…
MUNCIE, IN (October 16, 2020) – Second Harvest Food Bank announces the following Tailgate Food Distribution events.
The Pancake Day will be held on Nov. 7, 2020 (6:00AM to 12:00 PM) and because of COVID 19 will be a Drive-Though/ Carryout ONLY at the alley beside the Union City Elks Club.
Every year YMCA marks their continued success by hosting their annual dinner. The dinner not only recognizes the achievements of the local facility, but also those who help make it a success.
Hours will be as follows:
USDA has been funding pre-assembled food boxes that we have been receiving to distribute through all of our programs for 3 months. These are great! They contain, produce, dairy products, fluid milk and meat. Tens of thousands of families have been receiving these boxes, sometimes weekly to p…
Put on your holiday shopping shoes guys and gals because Saturday will be a great day to start making those gift giving decisions for this holiday season.
National COVID-19 Updates
Mesa County has lost its current coronavirus variance because of rising COVID-19 case numbers and will have to reimpose stricter capacity limits and close its bars.
North Dakota reported a record number of new coronavirus cases Thursday, as well as new highs for active cases and hospitalizations.
Mask mandates imposed in two North Dakota cities will not prompt one in Bismarck, Mayor Steve Bakken said Tuesday as state health officials reported active cases of COVID-19 have surpassed 1,000 in Burleigh County and 6,000 statewide.
Nebraska is now ranked No. 5 in the nation in new cases per capita in the last seven days, trailing North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Wisconsin.
Active cases of COVID-19 have climbed to a new high in North Dakota for a 12th straight day, and Burleigh County has two more deaths.
The number of cases of COVID-19 and the number of positive tests has been increasing in the state, and the nation.
With some states getting ready to lift their stay-at-home orders and relax their social distancing measures, it may seem that health officials have the coronavirus outbreak under control.