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SENTINEL SUMMER CAMP GUIDE 2020

Notes from Aurora prep sports, alumni news and more.
"Those who want to stop us from commemoration of this day will take their wish to grave with themselves," said Habibullah Bashardost, adding that the community had braced itself for more violence.
"It only makes sense keeping Diablo open," said Marc D. Joseph, an attorney for the Coalition of California Utility Employees, which represents plant workers. "There is no one involved who wants to see carbon emissions in California go up."
"We just try to hang on and hope the water quality gets better," said Bobby Costa, a farmer who has seen his cucumber yields go down by 25% this year compared to wetter years.
"A far greater existential threat is Russia and China," said Crow, a Colorado Democrat who serves on the House Intelligence and Armed Services committees. Terrorist groups, he said, "will not destroy the American way of life ... the way China can."
"Over these last 72-hours, the United States has worked with officials from Israel, the Palestinian Authority, Egypt, Qatar, Jordan, and others throughout the region to encourage a swift resolution to the conflict," he said in a statement Sunday.
The announcement further increases uncertainty in the crisis that developed last week with U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan.
"We have a very, very strong link," Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller said Sunday. "We have a vehicle of interest … We have got to find this vehicle."
"To us, it's not a cold case," said George Spaulding, who has his son's signature tattooed on his arm. "We're not dissatisfied with the Police Bureau because I think they're doing the best they can," he said. "They are just overwhelmed. It's insane."
"I revel in telling stories about Ojibwe teenagers — strong in their culture and language — who love their communities," Boulley said in a statement. "Young people protecting and caring for their elders and ancestors are an inspiration to me and, I hope, to readers everywhere."