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[ANTIQUE STYLE]: The paper rope screen painted into two versions - dark brown and black is definitely a traditional hand-woven article. The distinctive screen aims to divide your room for privacy or simply to display as a decoration indoors and outdoors.
[LIGHT AND EASY TO MOVE]: Featuring rope paper material, the room divider is light and easy to move. Double hinges design make it swing both sides easily. You can fold it freely to suit your sites. Warm Tips: don't insolate and donât put in the wet.
[STABILITY DESIGN WITH PARTITIONS]: The folding antique screen frames with solid pine wood, which makes it sturdy. Two partitions design in the determined position reinforce the divider, and also provide a lay table to place items like fragrance lamp.
[NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED]: Due to foldable design, our screen is sent off in whole. There is no need assembling. Just expand it, and then you can enjoy your personal time.
[High Qualityamp; Durable Material]ï¼Pure hand knitting by professional carpenters, using the high quality of the woven rattan paper as raw material. Which is environmental pollution free, durable and stable to use for a long time
Material:Paper Rope + Wood Frame
Over Size:70.9â ( L) X70.9â ( W) X 0.7â(H)
Single PanelSize: 70.9â(L) X 17.7â (W) X 0.7â (H)
Partition: 66.8â ( L) X 7.9â ( W) X 4.3â (H)
During their Sept. 14 meeting, the Bethel City Council will introduce an ordinance to put a police officer in the high school. The position would be funded by the Lower Kuskokwim School District and a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Western Alaska, a region already known for its high winds, is projected to get even windier. In communities along rivers or the coast, that could accelerate erosion through stronger waves. Driving these changes is a warming climate.
The Lower Kuskokwim School District is taking extra precautions with indoor sports activities. The district is requiring that everyone attending indoor sports events be vaccinated and masked at all times. Attendees will be required to show proof of vaccination at the door.
Most schools will likely remain open, according to Lower Kuskokwim School Superintendent Kimberly Hankins. Out of 29 sites in the district, only four are currently in remote learning. Hankins said that for the most part, the school district’s mitigation strategies, especially masking, are working.
The saga between the City of Bethel and a family’s bed and breakfast operation continues. On Sept. 2, the city’s planning commission once again denied the family’s appeal to operate their bed and breakfast. The family plans to appeal a fourth time.
On Sept. 7, the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation reopened its drive-through COVID-19 testing clinic across the street from the hospital. The reopening follows a recent surge in cases across the Y-K Delta and the nation. The clinic will be open every day, except for Sundays, from 12:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m.