Author: Julianna Metdepenningen

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Monroe County continues to combat COVID-19

Monroe has become a hot spot for COVID-19 cases in the last few months. As a result, the community continues to try and keep up with these changes and keep residents safe. Schools in the Monroe County area have been affected by the case increases. Schools like Monroe High School […]

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Bennett speaks on book with Monroe

Twins Stella and Desiree Vignes are two halves of a whole, but when one leaves, readers are left with “The Vanishing Half.” On April 1, as part of the One Book One Community program, the Bedford Branch Library hosted a Zoom meeting with author of “The Vanishing Half,” Brit Bennett. […]

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MCCC continues fight against COVID-19

Buildings and classrooms on MCCC are looking and running differently to help keep students and faculty safer with new precautions for COVID-19. While most classes have been moved to online formats to keep students and staff safer, there are still a few classes that remain in-person on campus, implementing precautions […]

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COVID-19 vaccine clinic arrives at MCCC

Monroe County Health Department staff and several other volunteers are providing COVID-19 vaccines in the H Building gymnasium. Clinic organizer Bridget Huss said the Health Department selected MCCC to host vaccine distribution because it is in a central location in the county. Although the clinic is open to any resident […]

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Julianna Metdepenningen

As you can already see, my name is Julianna Metdepenningen, but you can call me Jewels. I spent more time deciding what picture to use here than actually thinking about what to write for this introduction. I am a very active person, and I enjoy working out and playing sports— […]