This morning, we settled down at the breakfast table with a cup of coffee from Caroline’s and read our print copies of the The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Union, our usual routine.
The Union’s headline caught our attention: “Hearing on door tiff opens; Elections office staff said they felt unsafe as supporters tried to barge in” is here.
The facemask with stars and stripes was cool. It reminded me of the stars and stripes “powder pants” I wore as a teenager when I was learning how to ski in Colorado. That was back in the ’70s.
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Here’s what The Union reported later in the day on 3/3: https://www.theunion.com/news/restrained-judge-rules-in-favor-of-county-against-1-person-sides-with-other-2/