Monthly Archives: September 2021

San Diego, twice NBA loser, perfect host for 3-team camps

SAN DIEGO (AP) – Ty Lue was seven when the San Diego Clippers packed their basketballs and uniforms and drove the 120-mile freeway to Los Angeles after the 1983-84 season, becoming the second NBA team to drop “America’s Finest City” in 13 years. Even at 44, the second-year Los Angeles …

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Razorbacks eager to race home at Chile Pepper Festival

FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas No.10 will compete at 5 p.m. Friday in the 33rd Annual Chilean Pepper Festival on a 5,000 m course in Agri Park. A 79-team field is slated to compete amid a pair of races with 12 nationally ranked programs involved among Division I, Division II and NJCAA …

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Homeless Shelter Org quits Trump Golf Links deal

Ferry Point Links and Donald Trump (Trump Ferry Point, Getty) One of New York’s largest homeless shelter operators has said it will ultimately not tackle Donald Trump’s ailing golf course in the Bronx. Just two days after the city appears to have found a group to run the facility, an …

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Golf courses are open, but toilets are not

He said most of the clubs he knew had alternate access points so players didn’t have to walk through them to get to the washrooms and locker rooms. “You have to be able to put in place a way, and you have to do it; I mean, if you’re going …

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Tahoe’s Lost Story: Camp Talawanda

Group photo of Talawanda campers courtesy of Ed Hodges Ed Hodges, a self-proclaimed history sleuth and retired teacher residing in San Jose, California, went to visit Lake Tahoe with his wife and sister, Vicki Carruthers in 2009 while on vacation. While there, her sister remembered a camp she attended when …

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Lohbauer and Isaacson lead women’s golf to third in game one

History links F&M Bank APSU Intercollegiate – Final results Springfield, Tennessee. – True first year student Elizabeth lohbauer led West Carolina’s resurgent performance in the K&M Bank APSU Intercollegiate season opener on Tuesday, tying for fourth place on his college debut to guide the Catamounts to a third tag team …

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Berger and Koepka help USA win Ryder Cup

TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Seminoles.com) – Florida State Men’s Golf alumni Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger were instrumental in routing the United States to Europe in the 2020 Ryder Cup held last weekend at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin . Berger contributed two points in three games played in his first Ryder …

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Parkland celebrates the opening of a new green space

The Parkland neighborhood is getting a new update that sparked a celebration on Saturday. Mayor Fisher and the leaders of the Parkland region gathered to celebrate the community and the opening of a new green space in the area. The Parkland Plaza will transform an asphalt lot that adjoins the …

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Louisville innovates on the Parkland Plaza community site

Louisville on Saturday opened construction of a new park in the Parkland neighborhood, the city said in a statement. Parkland Plaza will transform an abandoned parking lot at 2757 Dumesnil Street into a “community place” that includes a green space, stage, playground and a mural by local artist Victor Sweatt …

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# 11 women’s golf gears up for the classic fall schooner

NORMAN, Oklahoma. – After a historic opening of the season, Texas A&M Women’s Golf is ready for its second tournament of the year at the Schooner Fall Classic at the 6109-yard par 70 Belmar Golf Club, September 26-27. “I’m really excited for this starting five to compete,” said head coach …

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Luxurious seaside living at Club Laiya

Written by: Theresa S. Samaniego Exclusive resort communities and upscale seaside recreation areas have seen increasing popularity among affluent buyers seeking healthier residences amid the pandemic. Over the past year, these buyers have set their sights on properties that can offer convenient access to nature, larger and safer spaces to …

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The Flyers’ most intriguing training camp stories

The Flyers have just completed what could be described as the most disappointing season in a string of disappointing seasons for a team decades away from its last Stanley Cup victory. However, it’s interesting that the Oranges and Blacks haven’t missed the playoffs in consecutive seasons since 1993-94. For the …

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PREP BOYS GOLF: Local teams play in VVC match | Sports

DANVILLE – Thursday at the Vermilion Valley Conference golf meet was a showcase for newcomers. Watseka would claim the tag team title with a score of 359 for the first time when competing at Harrison Park Golf Course with newcomer Iroquois West in second. The medalist was Jordan Schroeder of …

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The twelve best outdoor pools in Sydney

As the warmer months approach, bringing with them blue skies and long days – and Sydney also begins to open from another lockdown – the NSW government has announced the reopening outdoor swimming pools across the city from Monday September 27. While Sydney’s beaches are some of the best in …

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Talented boys’ golf team gets off to a good start

Balanced is the best way to describe the 2021 Hingham Boys’ Golf Team. A good mix of seasoned players coupled with a number of first and second year golfers. This balanced team is enjoying a revealing 8-1 start to the season. Golf teams generally have the toughest schedules of all …

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Shayne Gostisbehere prepares for 8th NHL season

By: Matt Rothman Who says hockey isn’t popular in Florida? Not only are the back-to-back Stanley Champions for the Tampa Bay, Florida Lightning, but Marjory Stoneman Douglas has perhaps produced one of the NHL’s most talented defensemen. Shayne Gostisbehere, who attended Marjory Stoneman Douglas, had the opportunity to visit the …

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Bohermeen club event for National Bike Week

Senan Traynor (left), Jamie Fitzpatrick and Aaron Burke took part in the slow cycle race at the Bohermeen Community Center last week. Photo: John Quirke / www.quirke.ie CYCLING Minor members recognized for their achievements Previous Next Image 1 of 9 Senan Traynor (left), Jamie Fitzpatrick and Aaron Burke took part …

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Audience Republic partners with Ticketbooth to give event planners access to marketing tools

All-in-one event marketing platform, Audience Republic, has entered into a new partnership with the Ticketbooth product from Patron Technology, giving Ticketbooth customers access to Audience Republic’s powerful suite of marketing tools designed on measure for event planners. Audience Republic CEO and Founder Jared Kristensen notes, “We’re giving event planners a …

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Best things to do in beautiful Oxnard

Fun in the sun or vibrant nightlife – the choices are almost endless in Oxnard, California. This cultural and historic destination between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara offers 7 miles of deserted beaches along the central California coast. With 276 sunny days a year, it’s hard to beat the weather. …

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New golf cart motivates Carolina Burns and Reddick

CHARLOTTE, NC (AP) – Carolina Panthers defensive end Brian Burns imagines driving around the Wofford College campus next summer at training camp in his tricked new golf cart waving to his teammates . This will mean that he has won “the bet”. Burns and new Panthers passing thrower Haason Reddick …

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Polk County Golf League Results and Upcoming Events

Polk County Golf League results through September 20 with format, date, event and winners by flight or class in alphabetical order. Cleveland Heights Tuesday men’s draw and quota points, September 7: Dave Waller / Wayne Cross / Joe Albright plus 8, Gene Steffen / Keith Lohman / Steve Criss plus …

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Contracts traded at Stanley Park Golf Course

Holmes Investment Properties Plc (“HIP” or “the Company”) Contracts traded at Stanley Park Golf Course Highlights – 21st Refurbished centenary golf offer. – The flagship location of David Lloyd’s new leisure company, Adrenalin World. – Development of a new holiday lodge. – Total development of £ 45 million. – Improved …

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Huskies finish second at Mid-Penn | News, Sports, Jobs

Sentinel photo by MIKE GOSS Owen Wise of Mifflin County puts on a putt in his Monday afternoon round at Lewistown Country Club. From staff reports MECHANICSBURG – The Mifflin County golf team came in on Monday afternoon with a shot at the Keystone Mid-Penn Division Championship, but that just …

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Bangor Rotary Club takes the Festival of Lights on the road

BANGOR – As coronavirus cases continue to impact our communities, the Rotary Club of Bangor is planning, once again this year, to host its Festival of Lights event instead of the traditional holiday parade. Organized in partnership with the Greater Bangor Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Downtown Bangor Partnership and …

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Leftridge named employee of the month | Local company

Amanda Leftridge Submitted photo The Parkland Health Center recently announced that Amanda Leftridge, MSW, LCSW, has been selected as an employee of Our BJC Values ​​for July 2021. Leftridge is a Certified Clinical Social Worker at Parkland‘s Cancer and Infusion Center and has worked at PHC for 2 years. Part …

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Hirst named LPGA Junior Golf Chef of the Year – Farmville

From her days as an outstanding player at Longwood, former student of girls’ golf Charlaine Coetzee Hirst has spent decades as a golf ambassador, continually seeking to help the game develop and reach new players. This week, the LPGA recognized their efforts by naming them LPGA Professionals Junior Golf Leader …

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Cheshire: Tatton Park will maintain admission to parks

TATTON Park will not follow other national parks in terms of billing per passenger or per person for access to the land. The National Trust has been criticized by customers in Dunham Massey and Lyme Park for switching from a parking price per car to a price per person. Customers …

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Broward County Schools Report 136 New Cases of COVID-19

By Kevin Deutsch Public schools in Broward County have recorded 1,708 cases of COVID-19 among students and staff as of September 16, up from 1,572 recorded as of September 13, according to data. Coronavirus infections have been confirmed for at least 1,273 students and 435 school employees, according to the …

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Fairfax Park Foundation applauds philanthropic efforts | news / fairfax

[Sun Gazette Newspapers provides content to, but otherwise is unaffiliated with, InsideNoVa or Rappahannock Media LLC.] The Fairfax County Park Foundation has named a family, organization and group of friends of the Park Authority as this year’s Eakin Philanthropy Awards recipients, honoring outstanding contributions to parks through the Park Foundation. They …

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Lockdown on Parkland High School is now lifted

Parkland High School was placed on lockdown after the school closed as a precaution. A lockdown at Parkland High School on Friday afternoon has since been lifted after a call for gunfire near the school, officials said. The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office and the Winston-Salem Police Department are investigating after …

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Prospect Interviews: Justin Robidas and Bobby Orr

Justin Robidas and Bobby Orr have been kind enough to take the time to talk to Canes Country about their time in Raleigh so far and the season ahead. Interview with Justin Robidas Explain to us where you were when you found out you had been selected by the Hurricanes? …

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Mildenhall Hub officially open to the public

A new multi-million pound hub designed to bring a number of different services together under one roof has been officially opened to the public. The Mildenhall Hub was officially unveiled on Friday after a gradual opening over the summer. It includes a new school, new gym, fitness studios and 3G …

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Proposed “Statesman” PUD draws criticism

Members of the City Parks and Recreation Commission will decide in less than two weeks whether to recommend the approval of the statesman the development of units planned from the point of view of the parks. It could turn out to be a difficult decision. Parks planner Scott Grantham told …

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Razorbacks race in southern Stampede, UA adds Oregon meet

Members of the Razorback women’s cross country team travel to Joplin, Missouri for a 5,000m race Saturday at 8:30 am on the Tom Rutledge course at the Missouri Southern Stampede. Arkansas, which remains ranked No. 6 nationally in the USTFCCCA NCAA Coaching Poll, also added a meet to their 2021 …

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