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Stella’s Scoops Volume 46




It was a very public goodbye for the Kilo Tray Ballas, also known as KTB. They’re the purple gang from the Southside. On Saturday night, a flood of yeets was posted on Y from people yeeting “#RIPKTB,” “#KTBMemories,” and photos of people in purple. I don’t know the details of what led to their disbanding, but I wish them all good luck in their next chapter.

A variety of yeets regarding KTB.

Get Your New IDs…

Since the last Scoops, the new IDs are officially available at City Hall and Occupation Courthouse if you are in the city. If you often find yourself on the northern side of the state, you can also head to the Paleto Town Hall to get your new IDs at the front desk. You can take your ID photos in person and then get your IDs printed. It was a fairly quick process for me. Remember, your old pictureless IDs are valid until Friday, December 22nd, 2023. You can procrastinate, but I won’t be there to help you out if you get caught without a new ID after that date.

Stella Day at the front desk inside Paleto Town Hall. (Photo Credit: Erin Murphy)

You Have A Voice Too…

I’ve noticed people complaining on Y about certain bills, so I am here to remind you that Town Hall is open to the public. Members of the Legislature, Executive Branch, and various government departments throughout the state attend these Town Hall meetings to share updates from within their departments. Citizens are free to attend and even voice their questions and concerns to the government in person, so you don’t have to yeet them and hope for a response. The Legislature also has weekly legislative meetings that are sometimes open to the public, so look out on Y for when they announce them if you only want to speak with them in person. There are two Town Hall meetings happening this week.

Government departments, state representatives, and citizens discussing at Town Hall. (Photo Credit: Stella Day)

Not so amusing…

Are you broken up about being broken up with? Have you had to get off the emotional ride of a relationship that just wasn’t working out? Scarlett Kensington walks readers through the rollercoaster of feelings we navigate when dealing with a breakup in the latest installment of the Scarlett Letter: The Emotional Roller Coaster of Breakups. “Remember that healing takes time and that self-care, self-compassion, and seeking support are essential tools to help you emerge from the breakup stronger and wiser.”

Upcoming Events:

  • Nov 28th @ 8PM EST: Town Hall
  • Nov 29th @ 3PM EST: Town Hall
  • Nov 29th @ 9PM – 10PM EST: Recovery Support Group 
  • Dec 1st @ 7PM EST: Galaxy Nightclub Grand Re-Opening
  • Dec 1st @ 9PM EST: Turbo Weekend: Punchémon Fighting Tournament
  • Dec 1st @ 10:30PM EST: Cream Float Open Mic Night
  • Dec 2nd @ 6PM EST: Turbo Weekend: Carmageddon
  • Dec 2nd @ 8PM EST: SAMS Winter Wonderland Ball
  • Dec 3rd @ 4PM EST: Turbo Weekend: Motordome

Stella’s Recommendation of the Week…

Go outside before winter arrives, and all you want is to be cozy in bed! That’s what my friend, Candy Lane, recommends this week. Enjoy the outdoors before snow and ice might interfere with your plans. You can still enjoy the outside world when it’s cold out, but it can get dangerous depending on the activity.

Candy Lane and Jennifer riding around in nature. (Photo Credit: Candy Lane)

Have a Stella Day and a hardcore night, San Andreas!

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