The semester has required students to find ways to cope with a range of "only in a pandemic" problems.
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This is the second semester that MU’s graduation celebration has been held virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Class and work will continue remotely even when campus closes due to inclement weather.
The new rules include trash bag requirements and scheduling separate dates for bulky item pickup.
The district science coordinator said the pandemic has prompted more interest in giving kids outdoor areas to learn and play.
His family surprised him with the celebration. “I didn’t even know they were doing this,” Ed McComb said.
An experienced Stream Team volunteer will lead participants as they catch aquatic animals and test the water.
The Utility will be discussing options for reducing flooding and replacing a failing box culvert.
Students also voiced their concerns about the increased security on the Thomas Jefferson tombstone.