Some pearls of wisdom we compiled today — and a bunch of other stuff you could probably live without.
It’s our new normal: Tens of millions of Americans are unemployed or on a reduced income. We’re social distancing and spending more time at home. But one thing hasn’t changed — debts still have due dates.
NEW YORK (AP) — Brad Pitt portrayed Dr. Anthony Fauci in the second at-home episode of "Saturday Night Live," that featured musical guest Miley Cyrus, an Adam Sandler cameo and plenty of disinfectant jokes.
A local bookstore shut its doors during the coronavirus outbreak but business continues. Chapter 2 Books, a recently-opened used bookstore located in downtown Kokomo, has gathered book bags to keep the community connected to reading while the stay-at-home order continues.
MOSCOW (AP)— In the coronavirus lockdown, Russians can’t go to their beloved and renowned museums. So they’re filling the holes in their souls by recreating artworks while stuck at home and posting them on social media.
As COVID-19 sparks closures, cancellations and stay-at-home orders, household stressors are piling up. On top of health concerns, lost incomes and lack of child care amid the pandemic, there’s also coping with isolation, whether individually or as a couple or family.
If the coronavirus has you self-isolating, you’re likely more concerned about staying in touch with loved ones and carefully planning your grocery excursions than about changing your money routine.
This Week's Circulars
- Local nursing home reports 50 confirmed COVID-19 cases
- 'Amazed to be alive': Kokomo man with COVID survives 12 days on ventilator
- FCA restarting Kokomo, Tipton plants next Tuesday
- Prayers4Taylor: Community rallies around teenager injured in crash
- Local schools unveil graduation plans
- 1 rescued in Monday morning fire
- Barber saves customer's life after heart attack
- Tipton man arrested in fatal hit-and-run
- Miami County 4-H Fair to be held virtually
- Senior spotlight: Eastern's Victoria Leeder