White House encourages hydroxychloroquine use for coronavirus againThe White House continued on Thursday to promote the use of hydroxychloroquine, the antimalarial drug that President Trump and some of his supporters have held out as a treatment for the coronavirus, against the advice of the Food and Drug Administration and in the face of studies that have shown it can be harmful in some cases. Routinely touted by prominent conservative allies of the president, including primetime Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham, it has been denounced by members of the medical establishment as an unproven therapy that poses the risk of potentially fatal heart complications. It showed Tom Austin, who worked at the same Mozaic building in Minneapolis, accusing young black men of not being tenants there.
Charles Oakley will paint a “retired” Anchorage police cruiser over the two days. Oakley uses recycled paints, gathered from products taken to the landfill, separated out and, if usable, given away. The fast airbrush production is as much a performance as painting and is seen at the Alaska State Fair and other festival venues.
Congratulations! You now have a lovely patio chair that will be the envy of your neighbors and friends, and it took you what, an hour to make? Two hours?Now you can sand it down. If you like the wood finish, then varnish it and/or put an outdoor sealant on it. If you want to add some color to your patio, then get funky and paint it to match your personality..
Feb. 10 at Dickinson College, Weiss Center, 240 W. A 30 minute intermission allows for fellowship and refreshments. CRAIG, Merton Doriel It is with love and treasured memories the family of Merton Doriel Craig announce his passing at Hallowell House on Wednesday March 6, 2019 following a stay in PEC Memorial Hospital. He was married in 1949 to Geraldine ‘Gerry’ Yardley. Father of Joanne (Dana) Vader, Sandra (Kevin) Hicks and Doug (Barb) Craig.
The Asian giant hornet is not currently a pest regulated at the federal level, so it falls under the mandate of the province, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said earlier this month. “There isn any evidence yet that these hornets have become fully established,” said Gard Otis, an adjunct professor at the University of Guelph specializing in bee behaviour and forest entomology. “But the fact that a new hornet was found (in a different location) is a concern also because that could be a different source colony or something.”So we all concerned but I don think we like screaming out of the room and really upset because things right now, at this particular moment, are not bad.