Election Day was Tuesday, November 6 and throughout Dickinson County citizens were making their vote count.
This time last year people came and went throughout the day at the Chapman Senior Citizens Center. Some came in for lunch, others put together puzzles or played games; a calendar on the wall where they marked the scores for a coffee club game is filled out into march — the rest of the year is blank.
LOST SPRINGS — Larry D. Geist was hired by the Centre Unified School District’s Board of Education during a special called meeting Monday night to serve as Superintendent of Schools, as well as principal for the preschool through fifth grades. The seven-member board voted unanimously to hire Geist, who officially begins his duties on July 1.
Running a small business when the stars are in perfect alignment is difficult enough. Add in a worldwide pandemic, which, according to data from the University of California Santa Cruz, is causing about 1,500 business closures a day; caring for a spouse with Parkinson’s; and having a cancer diagnosis, keeping the doors open is a challenge.