Local family copes during pandemic

Nuts (A.K.A. Nerts and Pounce) is a competitive solitaire game that can be played by two or more players. The object is play cards on common stock and be the first player to get rid of all your cards. The Theesfeld family of Dakota City have enjoyed the game during the pandemic. From left to right: Chad, Lisa, Lily and Carter. Humboldt Independent photo by Kent Thompson.

Cabin fever can drive some people stir crazy. This year, just when spring was peeping around the corner, the Novel Coronavirus hit, which threw a wrench into everyone’s lives.
How have families dealt with the changes of altered work schedules, students learning at home and parents either working from home or having employment curtailed?
To get an idea from one nuclear family in the area, we sat down with Chad and Lisa Theesfeld and their two teenage children, daughter Lily, 14, and son Carter, 17.
Read about their story exclusively in this week's Humboldt Independent, along with other news, sports and advertisements from around the county, along with all of the legal notifications. Get the Humboldt Independent delivered every week in the format you prefer by clicking on the link at the top of this page.

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