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 Bill Ayub said Naya’s “son described being helped into the boat by Naya, who boosted him on the deck from behind.” Ayub said the idea, perhaps, was that “the boat started drifting, it was unanchored, and that she mustered enough energy to get her son back onto the boat but not enough to save herself.” However, the court documents told a different story.
“Josey, who was closer, managed to get back on the boat on his own volition and braced
Xbox One, Series X, Series S Online Multiplayer Co-op Games
Taking down big bosses in games solo is fun, but overcoming the odds with friends in online co-op is even better. With the advent of the internet, we can enjoy co-operative gaming with friends worldwide, no matter where they are. So, we have put together a list of some online co-op games that represent the genre in our best Xbox One games and best Xbox Series X, Series S games roundups. Indeed, note that all Xbox One games can work for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S via backwards compatibility, save for Kinect-only titles.
There will be no sitting on Santa’s lap this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. But that doesn’t mean he’s not making a list — and checking it twice — ahead of Christmas 2020. This year, he’s getting a little creative. Santa will make some appearances at local malls, but families will be asked to wear masks and sit six feet away to ensure proper social distancing.
You can also visit with Santa virtually in a handful of festive online events. So make sure you’re on your best behavior — there’s still time to land on the nice list! Here’s where you can see Santa Claus in the Louisville area this year:
Santa Claus Is Coming to Jefferson Mall
Samuel Turner is pictured at 15 days old with Santa Claus at a Christmas brunch at Valhalla Golf Club on Dec. 1. (Photo: Courtesy of Blake Turner)
Dissatisfaction with remote learning during the pandemic has led some families to take extraordinary measures, even moving out of state in hopes that their children can attend school in person.
Many have headed to states where they have some connection – a vacation spot, a second home, a previous residence – places that also offer a lifestyle change. They’re moving to destinations like Utah, Colorado, and Vermont, where classrooms, for the time being, are open or on a hybrid schedule.
Todd Winters, director of admissions at the Waterford School in Sandy, Utah, reports “off the charts nuts” interest over the summer that resulted in a third of new families at the school coming from out of state.
Ski communities in Colorado and Vermont have seen big jumps in school enrollment as well.
The hope of in-person instruction isn’t the sole driver behind these moves, though. “Schools were part of the
Last year’s holidays feel like so long ago. Maybe you remember standing in long lines, battling crowds in a Black Friday shopping frenzy, or slipping into a busy restaurant just to take a breather. This year, retailers predict holiday shopping will look a lot different amid the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing may mean more people are doing their gift-buying online or picking out presents closer to home.
“Shop early, shop local” is the mantra being encouraged by big retailers and mom-and-pop shops across the state this year. If you’re hoping to keep your holiday dollars in The Mitten, we’ve pulled together a handful of unique Michigan gift suggestions from across both peninsulas. Nearly all offer customized gifts that can be shipped, purchased locally or picked up curbside. Add to this mix the countless small-town and downtown shopping destinations across the state – from West Michigan’s waterfront Saugatuck and Grand Haven
Coronavirus has shut down restaurant dining and broken my heart. I pretty much abandoned onsite eating last spring, and I’m not sure when I’ll feel comfortable enough to return. I especially miss my favorite Indian and Ethiopian spots. They were more than places to eat—they let me travel, if only for the time of the meal.
With another virus surge threatening further lockdowns, YouTube cooking videos ease my nostalgia for restaurants. The challenge of trying new techniques is a small escape, which I’ve found through these four dishes: One Indian, one Trinidadian, and a couple from Ethiopia. The ingredients aren’t hard to find and the techniques aren’t hard to master, but there are some things you should know before trying the recipes.
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Before all this, whenever I wanted to
This year’s Holly Jolly holiday festivities in Latrobe will include a virtual visit with Santa and four days of extended downtown shopping promotions.
As with the town’s Great American Banana Split Celebration in August, Holly Jolly entertainment this year will be streamed onlineto keep people safe through social distancing, while getting into the holiday spirit.
Instead of a single Saturday, participating downtown merchants will welcome visitors for Holly Jolly shopping Dec. 2-5. The event will kick off with a town-wide open house from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Dec. 2.
“We’ve stretched the event for four days to get away from people crowding into the stores,” said Chairperson Emily Pasqualino.
Local artists will have creative works for sale at the Latrobe Art Center, 819 Ligonier St. Across the street, at the
So far, Walmart has confirmed it will have the PS5 online beginning at 7 pm ET on November 25, while Best Buy’s latest Black Friday ad, has also indicated that the retailer will have “limited quantities” of the PS5 available online only on Black Friday, on November 27.
Below, we’ve included all the information you’ll need to have the
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new climate goals this week, accelerating the country’s timeline to phase out fossil-fuel-powered cars and embracing nuclear energy. The plans show that Europe—even under conservative governments—is working on more ambitious climate goals than the U.S., at least at the federal level.
The move could boost several European companies, including those focused on renewables and those that are shifting their business to develop more clean energy. The government expects the plan to cost 12 billion pounds, or about $16 billion, and create 250,000 jobs.
Johnson’s 10-point plan accelerates an expected ban on new gasoline- and diesel-powered automobiles by a decade, to 2030 from 2040. Hybrid vehicle sales would be allowed until 2035. That puts the U.K. on track with Ireland and the