CDC discourages traditional trick-or-treating this year

by Jayna Smith

If you thought things couldn’t get any more bizarre this year, Halloween 2020 is on a Saturday, when we will be turning our clocks back to end daylight savings time, and it will be lit up with a full moon, a rare blue moon. Add to that the pandemic, with new guidelines recently issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and things really could get strange.  

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