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Recalling some of the well-known horses that have entertained crowds at Bolado Park.
The downtown restaurant expands in size and menu.
Lauretta Avina writes that LGBTQ individuals have had to hide who they are and that it's time to embrace them.
6,045 people have tested positive, 28 are active patients, 5,954 have recovered and 63 have died; the county's positivity rate is 2.2%.