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Pandemic affects experiences of new nurses, those in school
2/10/2021 3:31:41 PM

By Juliana Sukut   BILLINGS, Mont. (AP)—In January 2020, Ashely Vickery, a nursing student at Montana State University, was studying community health, learning about pandemics, outbreaks and public health crises. At the time, only a few COVID-19 cases had been seen in the U.S. The pandemic seemed distant. “We thought, ‘we’ll have to watch this coronavirus thing and see what happens and be prepared,’” Vickery said. “Then we left for spring break and we never came back.” MSU canceled in-person classes for the remainder of...

California revises indoor church guidelines after ruling
2/10/2021 3:30:36 PM

By Daisy Nguyen   SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office on Saturday issued revised guidelines for indoor church services after the Supreme Court lifted the state’s ban on indoor worship during the coronavirus pandemic, but left in place restrictions on singing and chanting. In the most significant legal victory against California’s COVID-19 health orders, the high court issued rulings late Friday in two cases where churches argued the restrictions violated their religious liberty. The justices said for now California can’t...

Nguyen accuses Starr of bamboozling the public with Measure M
2/4/2021 7:02:39 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Oxnard—The Tri County Sentry had an all-inclusive Zoom meeting with Oxnard City Manager Alex Nguyen, Jan. 29 to discuss topics that affect how the city operates. Nguyen passionately speaks about plenty of issues the city faces, and many times, he faces a lot of blowback from detractors, like City Treasurer Phil Molina along with Aaron Starr and Alicia Percell from the local group “Moving Oxnard Forward”. Measure M is something that Nguyen finds challenging to deal with and called it reduced transparency...

Oxnard Employee Pipeline will change lives
2/4/2021 4:39:57 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Oxnard—The Oxnard Employee Pipeline story continues with significant outreach to the business community that enlisted the help of the Chamber of Commerce to make it a win-win for city residents. The joint partnership between the City of Oxnard, Chamber of Commerce, and Oxnard College gives people who may have an educational gap the chance to make a new and successful life. Program graduates are guaranteed an interview with a great local company that offers a competitive salary, health insurance, and the opportunity to...

Cicely Tyson, purposeful and pioneering actor, dead at 96
2/3/2021 1:50:47 PM

By Mark Kennedy   NEW YORK (AP)—Cicely Tyson, the pioneering Black actor who gained an Oscar nomination for her role as the sharecropper's wife in “Sounder,” won a Tony Award in 2013 at age 88 and touched TV viewers' hearts in “The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman,” died Thursday at age 96. Tyson's death was announced by her family, via her manager Larry Thompson, who did not immediately provide additional details. “With heavy heart, the family of Miss Cicely Tyson announces her peaceful transition this afternoon. At this...

Super-distancing: CBS keeps season protocols for big game
2/3/2021 1:36:31 PM

By Joe Reedy   Jim Nantz and Tony Romo were inseparable when CBS broadcast the Super Bowl two years ago. Next week, they won't see each other until they are in the broadcast booth a couple hours before kickoff. “For me, this is going to be very much like what we did during the regular season, but it's completely different from what I have experienced in past Super Bowls,” said Nantz, who will be calling his seventh Super Bowl. Two years ago in Atlanta, Nantz and Romo arrived on Monday of Super Bowl week and had a busy schedule of watching practices,...

Country Hall of Famer, actor Kris Kristofferson has retired
2/3/2021 1:33:27 PM

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)—Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson has announced his retirement after five decades and named a manager for his estate. A press release issued Wednesday said that the 84-year-old actor and singer actually retired last year and his son, John, stepped in to oversee his father's business, including special projects and his record label KK Records. His estate will be managed by Morris Higham Management, which also manages clients including Kenny Chesney, Barbara and Louise Mandrell and the Roger Miller estate. Kristofferson, an Oxford...

Biden could change course in high court health care case
2/3/2021 1:27:33 PM

By Mark Sherman   WASHINGTON (AP)—The pending Supreme Court case on the fate of the Affordable Care Act could give the Biden administration its first opportunity to chart a new course in front of the justices. The health care case, argued a week after the election in November, is one of several matters, along with immigration and a separate case on Medicaid work requirements, where the new administration could take a different position from the Trump administration at the high court. While a shift would be in line with President Joe Biden's political...

Anti-vaccine protesters temporarily shut down vaccine site
2/3/2021 1:24:08 PM

LOS ANGELES (AP)—One of the largest vaccination sites in the country temporarily shut down Saturday because dozen of protesters blocked the entrance, stalling hundreds of motorists who had been waiting in line for hours, the Los Angeles Times reported. The Los Angeles Fire Department shut the entrance to the vaccination center at Dodger Stadium about 2 p.m. as a precaution, officials told the newspaper. The protesters had members of anti-vaccine and far-right groups, the Times reported. Some of them carried signs decrying the COVID-19 vaccine and shouting for people not to...

Amid COVID, hospice offers young mourners chance to heal
2/3/2021 1:21:07 PM

By Kate Santich   ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)—Raylan Acker was only 5, but when the Groveland boy died from an aggressive brain cancer in October, he left a massive, devastating hole in the lives of those who loved him. And none more so than his 7-year-old sister, Chloe. “Chloe was Raylan's best friend,” said their mother, Jessica Acker, an emergency room nurse. “They were two peas in a pod. So she just shut down. If you asked her, ‘Do you miss your brother?,' it would be like she didn't even hear the question. She'd completely...

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