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Comedian DL Hughley COVID-19 positive after fainting onstage
6/25/2020 2:00:55 PM

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)—Comedian D.L. Hughley announced he tested positive for COVID-19 after collapsing onstage during a performance in Nashville, Tennessee. The stand-up comedian, 57, lost consciousness while performing at the Zanies comedy nightclub on Friday night and was hospitalized, news outlets reported. On Saturday, Hughley posted a video on Twitter in which he said he was treated for exhaustion and dehydration afterward. “I also tested positive for COVID-19, which blew me away,” he says in the video. “I was what they call asymptomatic. I didn't...

Those used to be the days
6/25/2020 1:59:08 PM

Dr. James L. Snyder   Being limited as to travel and outside activities can sometimes get rather boring. You can be inactive only so long, and then you get in that car that drives you to crazy land. Finding something to do to keep me from being bored has become somewhat of a challenge. However, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage can always find something to do, especially something for me. That is why every day I "act" as if I am busy. I think I ought to get some Emmy award for that because I am a rather good actor. I have had a lot of practice. Not...

2nd wave of virus cases? Experts say we're still in the 1st
6/25/2020 1:57:32 PM

By Mike Stobbe   What's all this talk about a “second wave” of U.S. coronavirus cases? In The Wall Street Journal last week, Vice President Mike Pence wrote in a piece headlined “There Isn't a Coronavirus ‘Second Wave'“ that the nation is winning the fight against the virus. Many public health experts, however, suggest it's no time to celebrate. About 120,000 Americans have died from the new virus and daily counts of new cases in the U.S. are the highest they've been in more than a month, driven by alarming recent...

Nguyen proposes a 2 percent sales tax hike
6/19/2020 12:21:43 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Oxnard- The City of Oxnard relayed many residents' worst fears during an INCO (Inter Neighborhood Council Meeting) held via Zoom, June 11, and proposed a 2 percent sales tax increase to the voters.   The city currently sits at a 7.25 percent sales tax rate, and the change means a 9.25 percent rate if the item passes.    That increase will stay in Oxnard and meet growing demands exasperated by COVID-19, which has bled the city almost dry over the last four months.   Seeds to this...

Mission Foods step up for the farm workers
6/19/2020 12:18:28 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricounty sentry.com   Members of the public celebrate as Mission Foods step up for COVID-19 relief. (Photo by Chris Frost)   Oxnard-- It was a labor of love, June 13, as Mission Foods partnered with Feeding the Frontline, Glorias Restaurant, and many others to provide essential food for farmworkers and their families.   The giveaway filled the Guadalupe Church parking lot. It took on a celebratory feel as musicians played songs, and sang, as recipients raised their hands in the air and shouted Viva...

Plaza Park candlelight vigil inspires healing and hope
6/19/2020 12:12:21 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Members of the public hold a candle in the memory of George Floyd. (Photo by Chris Frost)   Oxnard-- As the world sits reeling from the murder of Mr. George Floyd in Minneapolis, Oxnard took a step forward to heal the pain and step out from under the cloud of hate with the Freedom and Justice for all Candlelight Vigil and Remembrance at Plaza Park, June 14.   Attendees sang, prayed, and left inspired to make the world a better place. Many people noted the different feeling in the air as all races and...

Academy delays 2021 Oscars ceremony because of coronavirus
6/19/2020 11:46:10 AM

By Lindsey Bahr   For the fourth time in its history, the Oscars are being postponed. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the ABC Television Network said Monday that the 93rd Academy Awards will now be held April 25, 2021, eight weeks later than originally planned because of the pandemic’s effects on the movie industry. The Academy’s Board of Governors also decided to extend the eligibility window beyond the calendar year to Feb. 28, 2021, for feature films, and delay the opening of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures from December until April...

Pack swimsuit, mask, California welcomes back tourists
6/19/2020 11:45:03 AM

By Julie Watson   SAN DIEGO (AP)—There will be no packed double-decker safari buses with tour guides rolling through the San Diego Zoo, nor animal shows that draw crowds—nor breakfast buffets at hotels. Instead, hotels are adorning lobbies with hand sanitizing dispensers and will be limiting how many people lounge by pools. And the zoo is putting entertainers on its double-decker buses to hold moving shows while people stand on green circles to keep them six feet apart. Every visitor over the age of two will be required to wear face...

U.S. base namesakes include slaveholders, failed generals
6/19/2020 11:43:13 AM

By Dan Sewell   CINCINNATI (AP)—As much as President Donald Trump enjoys talking about winning and winners, the Confederate generals he vows will not have their names removed from U.S. military bases were not only on the losing side of rebellion against the United States, some weren't even considered good generals. The 10 generals include some who made costly battlefield blunders; others mistreated captured Union soldiers, some were slaveholders and one was linked to the Ku Klux Klan after the war. Trump has dug in his heels on renaming, saying the bases that...

LA-area homelessness spike could get worse post-coronavirus
6/19/2020 11:40:48 AM

By Christopher Webber   LOS ANGELES (AP)—The number of homeless people counted across Los Angeles County jumped 12.7% over the past year to more than 66,400 and authorities fear that figure will spike again once the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic is felt. The majority of those experiencing homelessness were found within the city of Los Angeles, which saw a 13.6% increase to 41,209, according to data released Friday by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. The increase was registered one year after the previous tally also found a 12% jump in the...