It might be time to say goodbye to the app.
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Public school is not all or nothing. Take what works. Please, let’s not let a pandemic decimate a service that families rely on.
Growing up, Lyz Lenz wanted to be perfect, holy, and right—life had other plans.
‘It spread like wildfire’: This ‘very scary’ chart might have you reconsidering your plans for Sunday morning
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced at a coronavirus briefing this week that he's sending a letter to his state's faith-based community in an effort to get the churches, synagogues and mosques on board with safety measures to help prevent community spread. “Our religious faiths are at the core of our great state and country,” DeWine explained. “However, it is vital that — to control the spread of the virus — that any time people gather together, including for religious services, that everyone wear masks, practice social distancing, wash hands, and also, while indoors, making sure there is good ventilation and airflow.”
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Labeling the 2020 hurricane season "extremely active," meteorologists are now predicting so many named storms they may run out of letters of the alphabet.
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Hawaiian teenager stuns social media with list of things that ‘only’ happen in his state: ‘I need to move’
A Hawaiian teenager is going viral after sharing a list of “unexpected” things his state doesn’t have.
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"We’ve got it sooooo backwards now as a society."