Colorado to give one-time coronavirus stimulus check of $375
Negotiations for the next stimulus package have likely hit a dead end with just a week before the election. However, this might not stop some Coloradans from getting another stimulus check. Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced that they would give a one-time coronavirus stimulus check of $375 to Coloradans impacted financially by the coronavirus pandemic.Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreWho qualifies for $375 one-time payment?In a press release on Wednesday, Polis said they would be sending a stimulus check to about 435,000 Coloradans, distributing about $163 million to state...
Heat's Meyers Leonard cites playing time and 'an important role' as keys to free-agency decision
Meyers Leonard loaded up the RV Friday, wife Elle and Siberian husky Koko alongside, unsure of whether Miami was in his rearview mirror for a matter of weeks or as a permanent change of address.About to hit free agency, the 28-year-old center said he is unsure whether his Miami Heat career will be limited to 2019-20’s run to the NBA Finals or accommodations can be made for a return.He did, however, offer clarity about what will matter most when it comes to establishing his NBA address for the 2020-21 season.“What I do know is I truly love winning and I really loved being part of this quote, un...
Fantasy football Week 8: Start and sit
Washington running back Antonio Gibson continued his impressive rookie pace, the Packers’ Davante Adams solidified his place as fantasy’s No. 1 wide receiver, and running back Le’Veon Bell looked solid in his Chiefs debut. Here’s a look back at Week 7’s games.———WEEK 7 RECAPEagles 22, Giants 21: Carson Wentz looks like 2019 Josh Allen with more interceptions, which isn’t as bad as it sounds.Lions 23, Falcons 22: Atlanta is the Vincent van Gogh of losing football games, but how many fantasy outcomes were altered by Todd Gurley’s epic fail? You have Gurley’s touchdown (that shouldn’t have happen...
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Mary Schmich: What to do about Thanksgiving?
What to do about Thanksgiving?Right about now, if this were an ordinary year, millions of Americans would be making travel plans or prepping for dinner guests while anticipating the fun and friction that comes with gathering one Thursday every November in the name of being grateful.But in crazy 2020, when a pandemic has destroyed our rituals and script for the future, instead of planning, we worry about how to plan.One of my brothers invited me to join his family in Colorado this year, which I’ve done for the past few Thanksgivings. I miss those folks deeply, and it’s hard to resist the prospe...
1970 Day by Day: Oct. 28
1970.10 Ed Periard feature, Colorado week · The Lincoln Star · Newspapers.com1970.10 Colorado week, Guy Ingles feature · Lincoln Journal Star · Newspapers.comSAVED SEARCHEShttps://www.newspapers.com/search/#query=devaney&ymd=1970-10-29&p_place=NEhttps://www.genealogybank.com/explore/newspapers/all/usa/nebraska?fname=devaney&lname=&fullname=&rgfromDate=&rgtoDate=&formDate=10%2F29%2F1970&formDateFlex=exact&dateType=date&kwinc=&kwexc=CAN DROP INVISIBLE TEXT HERE
New on DVD: 'Misbehaviour' follows history-making 1970 Miss World contest
A feminist infiltration of a beauty pageant from several angles tops the new DVD releases for the week of Nov. 3.“Misbehaviour”: Sally Alexander (Keira Knightley), a “mature” University College London student and a mother, clashes with young feminist Jo Robinson (Jessie Buckley). But when Sally quickly discovers her seat at the academic table is more of a high chair (her words), she joins forces with Jo and the brand-new women’s liberation movement. Exhausted and angry with patriarchal standards equating physical attractiveness with a woman’s worth (not to mention self-worth), their target is ...
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1970 Day by Day: Oct. 27
1970.10.27 Don Bryant talk in Colorado Wed, Oct 28, 1970 – Page 27 · Greeley Daily Tribune (Greeley, Colorado) · Newspapers.com1970.10 Hal Brown column, Colorado week · The Lincoln Star · Newspapers.com1970.10 Forsythe column, Colorado week · Lincoln Journal Star · Newspapers.comSAVED SEARCHEShttps://www.newspapers.com/search/#query=devaney&ymd=1970-10-28&p_place=NEhttps://www.genealogybank.com/explore/newspapers/all/usa/nebraska?fname=devaney&lname=&fullname=&rgfromDate=&rgtoDate=&formDate=10%2F28%2F1970&formDateFlex=exact&dateType=date&kwinc=&kwexc=CAN DROP INVISIBLE TEXT HERE
Family travel five: Reel adventures
When the time is right to pursue a family fly-fishing adventure, know you’ll soon wake up in some of the country’s most pristine places. You may catch and release the fish, but will savor the memories for a lifetime.Here are five destinations to consider:———1. Casper, Wyo.With plenty of wide-open space at the ready, this central Wyoming town is a vibrant hub for outdoor adventure. Home to the North Platte River, which provides year-round fly-fishing opportunities, Casper has become a bucket-list destination for avid and aspiring anglers. The river sits below five reservoirs, enabling consisten...
Colorado Initiative Would Further Limit Access in Middle America’s ‘Abortion Desert’
Colorado voters are deciding a ballot question that seeks to limit how far into pregnancy an abortion can be legally performed. While the measure would change the law only in Colorado, it would resonate throughout the Rocky Mountain states and Midwest amid an intensifying national fight, fueled by a Supreme Court vacancy, over the future of abortion.In 1967 — six years before the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision protected the right to an abortion in the U.S. — Colorado became the first state to pass a law widening access to legal abortion. More than 50 years later, it remains one of just s...
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More than 77,000 new COVID cases reported in US on Thursday, breaking record
ATLANTA — The U.S. reported more than 77,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, breaking the previous record set in July.Nationwide, 77,640 cases were reported Thursday, exceeding the July 29 number of 75,723, according to NBC News.According to Johns Hopkins University of Medicine, the U.S. continues to have the world’s highest number of confirmed cases — 8.4 million — and deaths, more than 223,000.Globally, almost 42 million coronavirus cases have been reported, with a worldwide death toll of more than 1.1 million.Seven-day rolling averages for daily new U.S. coronavirus cases have reached ne...
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