Meals safety challenges, metropolis council may implement masks mandate, Kelowna turns into nationwide coronavirus hotspot and extra high native information for Friday, August seventh
8/07/20 • Day 47 from Phase III • Nationwide case trends
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Face to face with food security
Millions of Americans experience a nightmare amid a deadly pandemic that kills nearly 155,000 people in the United States. They don’t know how to pay for housing or put food on the table. A reality that economists have long warned against was emerging.
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Today we have stories of Kelowna pantries trying to meet increasing needs for food aid as the pandemic continues. Kelowna City Council may already have a mask mandate on Tuesday, and Kelowna and Nebraska are listed as hotspots for the virus.
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Support a local black-owned company: Best burger
The family in Florence who own Best Burger didn’t call it that, but their customers. The use of fresh, high-quality ingredients, respect for the customers and a little love ensure that every burger is better than the last. Choose from grass-fed Black Angus beef, non-genetically engineered turkey, or enjoy a Thai vegan burger with black beans. Try Bold and Blazin for a bite of heat that doesn’t overwhelm the taste or intent.
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