Today is Friday, Nov 20, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
We don’t remember an owl being a part of the Twelve Days of Christmas.
A worker beginning assembly on New York’s iconic Rockefeller Center Christmas tree spotted a male Saw-whet owl in the branches on Monday. The owl — later named Rockefeller — was found dehydrated and hungry, but is now safe at the Ravensbeard Wildlife Center in Saugerties, New York.
Ellen Kalish, director and founder of the center, said Rockefeller was brought in Wednesday and has since indulged in a buffet of mice and been seen by a vet. Rockefeller is healthy and expected to be released back into the wild over the weekend.
News from The Post:
Ohio University’s GRID lab is working alongside a management class to simulate leadership situations. (The Post)
Athens City-County Health Department Commissioner James Gaskell sat down with The Post to talk about COVID-19 in Athens County. (The Post)
Whether you’re attending a small gathering or logging on to Zoom this Thanksgiving, here’s what you should wear to your meal. (The Post)
Podcasts from The Post:
Hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells talk about Dolly Parton’s COVID-19 research donations and more on this week’s episode of ‘Stay Tuned.’ (The Post)
It’s a beautiful sunny day in Athens! The high will be 63 degrees with clear skies throughout the day. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
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Officials from the World Health Organization said COVID-19 lockdowns should be a last resort, and 95% of people wearing masks could help avoid them. (CNN)
Americans are calling on Congress to take action as millions are set to lose jobless benefits after Christmas. (NPR)
Naya Rivera’s son, ex-husband and others filed a wrongful death lawsuit Tuesday after Rivera drowned in a Ventura County lake earlier this year. (ABC7)