damned if you do; damned if you don’t | “American evangelist Lorenzo Dow wrote, sometime before 1834: “… those who preach it up, to make the Bible clash and contradict itself, by preaching somewhat like this: ‘You can and you can’t-You shall and you shan’t-You will and you won’t-And you will be damned if you do-And you will be damned if you don’t.'” Locally, across the state and the nation, people are split and appear to be “damned” one way or another: “Americans Fearful of Virus, Wary of Reopening Businesses, Poll Finds” – Route Fifty
True | “Pandemic work / life balance burden falls more on women” – Futurity
obituary notices | Donald J. Diffenderfer, Columbia graduate | Complications of COVID-19 is being seen in obituary notices more frequently.
semi-virtual commencement ceremonies | One Lancaster County high school class will graduate this way – Lancaster Online
Columbia | Postponed to undetermined date. – Lancaster Online
Primary election | “As Pa. poll workers worry about safety, staffing for June primary will be a challenge” – WITF