Ridgway Secondary School's new principal is prepared to weather whatever storm may lie ahead with the reopening of school in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Raised in Oklahoma, where he started his career in education 25 years ago, Russell Randolph has seen his share of storms.
Tod Lokey has returned to his childhood playground. The 43-year-old was hired as superintendent and high school principal of Ouray School in May amidst COVID-19 closures across the state and country and officially took on the role last month, for the most part working alone in the empty building.
The additional conference rooms are ready for the board meetings and LEGO club get-togethers. An expanded children’s area featuring stands of aspen trunks, a play kitchen and an activity room is ready for the playful and curious.
SILVERTON — Judy Kuhlman adjusted her blue surgical mask and pink gloves before settling herself on the long, wooden platform, resting the heels of her boots against the ridges in preparation for another round of tug of war.
A twist on a classic fairytale is giving young actors and actresses a chance to tap into their creativity and audiences an opportunity to once again enjoy a live theatrical performance. The Weehawken Royal Actors will present “Once Upon a Pea” Aug.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, Jean Bosworth’s life had a rhythm: weekly senior luncheons on Mondays, long card games and potlucks on Fridays and church services on Sundays. Bosworth, 95, is in two book clubs and typically plays monthly games of mahjong with friends, a Chinese game played with tiles, like cards.