Members of the county’s Board of Health decided Thursday that if the local COVID 19 incidence rate continued to decrease Friday, the new lesser restrictions would be put into place Saturday.According to the latest local epidemiology data, Pitkin County’s incidence rate dropped to 135 on Friday, meaning that number has been on the decline for seven consecutive days. In order to move to a less restrictive level on the state’s COVID 19 dial, a county must show that seven day decline, according to new rules implemented last week by the state of Colorado.Board of Health Chairwoman Markey Butler said Thursday that she was happy going to Yellow would increase capacity at local restaurants. One Aspen restaurant owner agreed, though he said he didn’t appreciate the county’s past efforts when it came to restaurants.”It was a relief to the unanimous willingness of the county officials to align with the state dial 2.0 and adjust to the lower Yellow level,” Jimmy Yeager, owner of Jimmy’s, said in an email to The Times.
She returned to Australia last November as part of a prisoner swap agreement that saw the release of three Iranians accused of plotting to kill Israeli officials in Bangkok. But the eminent Islamic scholar was reportedly heartbroken on her return to learn of allegations of her husband’s relationship with Dr Kylie Baxter, her PhD supervisor. Quoting friends, the Australian paper said the affair began a year after Ms Moore Gilbert’s arrest.
I cannot find a group that supports illegal immigration. Yet we cannot stop it. Now that is pathetic. Some states have started to require scrapyards and other recyclers to check photo IDs before buying used catalytic converters. California even requires businesses to take a photograph or video clip of the seller, and retain those records for two years. But different rules between states makes tracking and enforcement almost impossible, law enforcement officials say..
Primary and secondary educationThis is good news for those teachers, and Secretary Betsy DeVos has said it’s “urgent that these mistakes are fixed.” But don’t give the Department too much credit. They don’t deserve applause for fixing their own confusing, unfair system that resulted in a massive screw up. That is the most basic of obligations..
Dramatic questions. What have I promised the reader that I will answer later, that they keep reading to find out? This is my current focus when I “study read.” I read a chapter, then take notes. What promised answers am I asking questions about? (Who killed the empress? Is her daughter really the emperor or the guard Who will uncover the emperor mother dirty business dealings, and how? Which of the corrupt imperial family will get caught, which will get away, which will die?).