Wyoming to have 7,000 fans at War Memorial Stadium for first home football game | Wyoming News

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Wyoming fans in the student section construct a chain of empty beer cups during the Cowboys’ homecoming game against New Mexico on Oct. 19, 2019, at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie. UW will be allowed to have 7,000 fans at its first home game this season.

LARAMIE — The University of Wyoming will be allowed to have 7,000 fans in attendance at the Cowboys’ first home football game this fall.

The school on Tuesday announced the attendance number, which is roughly 24% of full capacity at War Memorial Stadium. The stadium seats 29,181 fans.

The attendance number is based on current COVID-19 data and could be altered if the data changes before the start of the season, the school said in a release.

The Mountain West has yet to release a revised schedule for each team following the conference’s announcement last week that it will resume football with

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Out of Home (OOH) Tea Market Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Scope and Forecast 2020 to 2030

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Sep 30, 2020 (Profound via COMTEX) —
A new study on the global Out of Home (OOH) Tea Market has been published by Insight Slice. It presents a wealth of information on key market dynamics, including the drivers, market trends, and challenges, as well as the structure of the global Out of Home (OOH) Tea market. The study offers valuable information about the global Out of Home (OOH) Tea market to illustrate how the market would grow during the forecast period 2020 – 2030. The report provides the value and volume of the global Out of Home (OOH) Tea market for the period 2020ndash;2030, considering 2019 as the base year and 2030 as the forecast year. The report includes an elaborate executive summary, along with a snapshot of the growth behavior of various segments and sub-segments included … Read More

Buying Guide: Cube organizers are great way to eliminate clutter and maximize space | Home & Garden

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Keeping your bedroom decluttered can take some serious effort—and we’re not all willing to Kondo our entire wardrobe away. Whether you need extra space for odds and ends, clothing, or children’s toys, cube organizers are a great affordable way to stay organized.

Keep Clutter Out of Sight

This ClosetMaid cube organizer has a stackable 3 to 12 cube design that can be placed horizontally for a lower profile or vertically to save on floor space. It’s perfect for storing shoes, bras and underwear, scarves, and accessories that don’t stay organized in your normal dresser drawers. To keep your clutter out of site, add fabric cube organizers to the openings.

Or Display Your Favorite Objects

The best thing about cube organizers is that you can choose which objects

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This year’s Triangle Parade of Homes tour features designs with quarantine, work from home in mind

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The opportunity is back to meander through meticulously crafted homes. Parade of Homes is returning during COVID-19 and organizers are putting several safety precautions in place.

This year’s Parade of Homes features designs ideal for quarantine



At a home in northern Wake County, visitors marvel at a glass-encased staircase, check out imported wood or float through an expansive kitchen perfect for entertaining.

Builders of the 6,000-square-foot home describe the architectural style as British West Indies, and the outdoor living features will surely make you feel like you’re on vacation.

“Especially in the evening and at dusk when it’s lit up, it just adds a whole new feature,” Raleigh Custom Homes Lead Designer Connie Allen said.

Multiple TVs are set up in the lounge area. There’s space for alfresco cooking and dining. A hot tub and fountain are by the pool, ideal for families these

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UVA will not allow fans inside the stadium for football home opener

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., (WSET) — The University of Virginia will not allow fans inside the stadium at their football home opener on Sept. 26.

For the first game of the football season only player’s families and the coaches are going to be allowed in.

Connor May is a senior at UVA, he plans to get in the spirit of the first football game the best way he knows how.

“Drink a couple more pregame beers than usual to take the edge off,” said May.

With the school’s new rule requiring gatherings to be five people or less, May says he’ll fight to get prime seating in front of a screen.

“I live in a house with other people, so we’ll probably do virtual rock, paper, scissors to see who gets to watch on the projector. Then everyone else will fight for themselves in their room on their laptops,” said May.


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Buccaneers to allow fans inside stadium at next home game

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Saturday that they will allow fans inside Raymond James Stadium at a reduced capacity following the executive order signed by Governor Ron DeSantis which moved Florida into the last phase of the state’s reopening plan. 

The team says season pass members will be permitted inside the stadium beginning next Sunday during the soft opening against the Los Angeles Chargers.

According to the Buccaneers, season pass members with continuous membership since 1998 or earlier will have the initial opportunity to purchase a limited number of tickets beginning on Oct. 1.

RELATED: Florida’s governor expects ‘full Super Bowl’ in Tampa next year

Starting with the team’s Oct. 18 game against the Green Bay Packers, seating at Raymond James Stadium will be approximately 25 percent of capacity. 

The Buccaneers said at this time, all season pass members who kept their 2020 season pass payments

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Home Depot adapts Black Friday, holiday shopping season to pandemic era

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An artificial Christmas tree sits on display inside a Home Depot store in New York.

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Home Depot on Wednesday previewed its 2020 holiday shopping season — adapted to pandemic times, when crowds are taboo but customers still want deals.

Among the changes, the home improvement retailer said in a post on its website that Black Friday specials will stretch on for nearly two months, rather than take place on a single day. It will collaborate with Pinterest to inspire a different kind of DIY project: Making meaningful, homemade gifts. And it will nudge customers toward its mobile app by putting promotions there first. 

The company emphasized an option that could gain greater popularity this year, though it was available in years past: Getting a fresh Christmas tree delivered to a customer’s doorstep. 

Home Depot is one of the retailers that has seen sales

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The Ultimate Fall Decor Guide for a Holiday Season at Home

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Decorating for fall is one of those simple, inexplicable, and reliable pleasures that has its chance every year, regardless of any trials and tribulations (we’re looking at you, 2020). Richly scented candles and warm-hued throw pillows are particularly attractive around this time, and with the official start of fall already behind us, it’s the moment to pull out the autumnal table runners and throw blankets.

Farah Merhi at home.

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Farah Merhi, designer, author, entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Inspire Me! Home Decor, and the first-ever Designer Looks Style Expert for Value City Furniture, gave Travel + Leisure her tips on styling a home for the season. We’ll all be spending more time indoors over the next few months than

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Covid-19: Queenstown travel agents create business helping migrants get home

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When Covid-19 tipped the travel industry into turmoil, two Queenstown travel agents began helping others and ended up saving their own business.

Xtravel owners Tori Keating and Niki Davies organised seats on a cargo plane for 70 South Americans to return home on Wednesday.

They hoped it would be the first of many repatriation flights to take migrant workers and visitors home after months trapped in New Zealand, as well as providing inbound flights to bring Kiwis back.

The pair said they were inundated with requests from migrants and visitors to get them home when New Zealand moved into lockdown in March.

* Coronavirus: Thousands, including hundreds of Kiwis, still flying out of NZ every week
* Coronavirus: New Zealand citizens trying to charter a flight home held up by government approval
* Coronavirus: Kiwi travellers’ scramble to get out of Argentina

International flights were already full and

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Fire chief loses home, station to wildfire raging in Lane County

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The community has rallied together to help Christiana Rainbow Plews, the fire chief of Upper McKenzie Rural Fire, as well as her family and crew.

MCKENZIE BRIDGE, Ore. — Being a firefighter is a permanent part of Christiana Rainbow Plews.

“Being able to help people and make a difference and know that you’ve been there in the worst moment and made some kind of positive impact,” said Plews, known to many as Chief Rainbow.

The Upper McKenzie Rural Fire Chief got a call Monday night of a downed power line and brush fire. She immediately knew it wasn’t good news considering the strong winds.

“When I walked out my front door with my pager and my radio responding to the call, I opened my door and looked back at my husband and I said, ‘This is going to be my worst nightmare,'” she said.

She couldn’t have been more right. 

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