That adds to $305 million the feds had previously promised.”Although we made progress, there are still communities that are not properly equipped to handle a COVID 19 outbreak,” Trudeau said. So he figured he make his RV his home.”It nice and big and it more than adequate,” Davis said of his 40 foot fifth wheel. Meanwhile, Davis and Wenner are anxiously waiting on a decision for a new temporary permit.”I was so upset about the whole thing.
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Follow CNN(CNN)With coronavirus severely affecting the potato supply chain, a farm in Idaho is giving away about 2 million potatoes so they don’t go to waste. First come, first served.Ryan Cranney, CEO of Cranney Farms in Oakley, Idaho, about 150 miles from Boise, told CNN the majority of his potatoes from the farm are typically sold to grocery stores and to restaurants to make french fries.Because of stay at home orders throughout the nation, Cranney said the food service demand is down significantly, leaving him with six months worth of crop.”With people staying at home, these restaurants have shut down and so our markets have just kind of fallen apart,” Cranney said. “The factories that we sell to for french fries, they’ve lost their sales and had to shut their factories down with freezers full of french fries and so the outlets for our potatoes, we’re having a difficult time getting them to market.”Cranney Farms also grows sugar beats, wheat, barley, mustard seeds, corn and alfalfa and they raise cattle, but Cranney said their potato crop and cattle have been hit the hardest.”We’ve made our best assumptions so we’re cutting back what we’re going to grow this year,” Cranney said.
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Fan Mike Kientzy, who works in construction, got a Blues Stanley Cup champions tattoo before the 2015 postseason after he won a radio contest. The station awarded the prize to the listener who gave the best reason why 105.7 The Point should pay for the tattoo. Kientzy winning answer: would let all the [players] bang my wife.