Christman Airfield commemoration, COVID-19 guidelines updated

Ellie Shannon, Kota Babcock, and Portia Cook

This episode from January 20 goes over COVID-19 updates in Larimer county, a World War II veteran commemoration at Christman Airfield and Isreali spyware.

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On today’s show, Ellie Shannon goes over updates in Colorado State University campus news, including closure and delay information. Then, Shannon explains how Christman Airfield is honoring a deceased World War II veteran. Kota Babcock goes over new updates in the COVID-19 pandemic with statistics and county recommendations.

Then, listeners hear from the “Speaking Well Podcast” about health at all sizes. After that, Babcock updates listeners the status of former President Donald Trump’s request to block a house panel from accessing White House records. Listeners hear from Anton Schindler about the National League Central in his podcast, “Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler.

After that, Eliza Drotar gives an overview on CSU athletics. The Collegian’s Piper Russell describes a new engineering associate’s degree for engineering transfer students. To conclude today’s show, Babcock explains information on the use of spyware by Israeli authorities.

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