Monthly Archives: November 2021

EPC football coaches select stars and MVPs

District 11 champions Freedom, East Stroudsburg South and Allentown Central Catholic each boasted MVPs in the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference season-ending football honors. EPC’s North Division champion Northampton won the other top praise. The EPC released its stars from the North and South divisions, as selected by the conference coaches, earlier …

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Toys, for girls and boys: Thousands of Harrisburg children will receive Christmas presents thanks to Harrisburg marine reserves

The sergeant major of the marine reserve. Edel Castillo kicked off this year’s Toys For Tots annual campaign at a time when many were focusing more on that latest dip in the pool than holiday giveaways. The Harrisburg Marine Reserve Unit campaign officially began on October 1. However, a few …

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The 2021 Christmas Membership Gift List: Gifts That Keep Giving

What is cooking? Young sous-chefs will enjoy a cooking club reserved for children with a subscription to Kidstir which includes a kit full of kitchen utensils, paper recipes as well as access to online recipes, magazine, stickers and more. Membership also offers benefits in the form of a free apron …

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Officials – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Two people died and several others were injured after two separate crashes on Interstate 35 on Saturday night, the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office said. According to the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office, the first accident occurred on Interstate 35E northbound over Interstate 30 shortly before 9 p.m. Officials said the crash, …

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Four generations: the Nicoson legacy

Angus Nicoson coaches the Indiana Central University basketball team in a game. (Photo provided by the University of Indianapolis Athletics) Going back to the head coach and eating pizza with the coaching staff after soccer games is not something most kids experience. University of Indianapolis men’s and women’s golf coach …

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Metro Parks Winter Hikes series has new programs, badge, walking stick

The Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks’ Winter Hikes series, now in its 49th year, will add a new twist this winter. Last year the hikes were all do it yourself. This year, participants still have this option, but can also participate in group activities with a different focus and …

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Bond Head-Bradford Garden Club blossoms again after a long COVID winter (14 photos)

On Thursday night was the Bond Head-Bradford Garden Club’s first in-person meeting since COVID struck two years ago. In fact, as Ontario Horticultural Association District 16 President Barbara Collinson noted, this was the first in-person meeting of a Simcoe County garden club so far this year. Collinson attended, both to …

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Brooks Koepka defeats Bryson DeChambeau in made-for-TV game | Golf

Whether this will resolve their feud once and for all remains to be seen, but Brooks Koepka beat Bryson DeChambeau 4 and 3 in a 12-hole edition of “The Match” on Friday at Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas. The bitter rivalry of the players grabbed the headlines in the …

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The plan for the public security training center covers the park; explosives site to move elsewhere

By John Ruch The responsiveness of planners at the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center to local concerns – including a willingness to help design an adjacent park – drew praise from an advisory committee at its November meeting. A surprise change, however, means that an explosives detonation facility will be …

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Toilet Golf was just one of many unique Black Friday items in CT

CONNECTICUT – While the crowds seemed rather quiet, there was certainly a variety of unique gifts at large Connecticut retail and discount stores this Black Friday. “Door buster” offers that would entice shoppers to shop before sunrise appeared to be rare this year. The aisles also didn’t look like a …

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Stream below recreation center reflects new Halifax pool depth plan

Artist’s impression of proposed new recreation center at North Bridge, Halifax For months, a row has raged in Calderdale over the depth of a new pool that will be part of a new multi-million pound recreation center to be built on the site of an existing one in North Bridge, …

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WEEK 13: Smith named Parkland Male Athlete of the Week | Athletes-of-the-week

The North County High School football team won their Class 4 quarterfinal match against Vashon, 49-24, on Saturday. The Raiders will host Hannibal in the state semifinals on Saturday. Against the Wolverines, North County junior Jobe Smith ran for 168 yards and scored six total TDs. Smith scored four touchdowns …

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“Christmas Vacation” at Camp Landing | New

CANNONSBURG A unique event that includes the presentation of an all-time Christmas classic is scheduled for Saturday. The Camp Landing cinema will show “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” and offer a few extras with the price of admission. Camp Landing will air the film on the big screen and has partnered …

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Thanksgiving comes early for Ryan Meyer at the Amateur Gobbler

Thanksgiving comes early for Ryan Meyer at the Amateur Gobbler 2021 Gobbler Amateur Champion Ryan Meyer The Amateur Gobbler turned into the Wildcat Invitational on Wednesday as Arizona teammates Ryan Meyer and Santeri Lehesmaa met in the playoffs to determine the champion at Sewailo Golf Club in Tucson. Meyer, a …

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Greater Shepparton Council invites community to give their opinion on the future of women-only swimming

After a forced disruption due to COVID restrictions, Greater Shepparton City Council has announced that Women Only Swimming will return to its Aquamoves Aquatic Center from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. this Sunday, November 28, 2021. Between August 2018 and June 2020, Greater Shepparton City Council partnered with “This Girl …

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Parkland Announces Closing of its Senior Unsecured Notes Offering

CALGARY, AB, 23 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – Parkland Corporation (“Parkland”) (TSX: PKI) today announced the closing of its previously announced private offering (the “Offer”) of $ 800 million 4.625% aggregate principal amount of Senior Unsecured Notes due 2030 (the “Notes”). Parkland will use the net proceeds of the …

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Ron Serena and Mike Phillips score in the Fall Classic

Results fell for the Canyon Oaks Men’s Fall Classic and Ron Serena and Mike Phillips’ team were the big winners, taking home the biggest slice of bacon on the first flight, as well as their squad redemption bonus, with a net score of 103.4. The format, as reported last week …

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Church Christmas tree lot supports children and competes for the sale title

“You can see how buying a Christmas tree, in this case, can change a child’s life,” Jaime Milford said. She is the mother of a young cancer survivor and founded the Victorious Reagan & Friends Foundation to provide financial assistance to families affected by childhood cancer. The “BUY A TREE. …

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Enniscorthy Community Notice Board – Independent.ie

Kiltealy lights The Kiltealy Tidy Towns committee will be turning on this year’s Christmas lights in the village on Saturday December 4th at 7:30 p.m. The ceremony will take place after mass. The committee is also delighted to announce that this year there will be an outdoor nativity scene in …

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S Hotels and Resorts partners with Thailand Marine Discovery Center for vulnerable bamboo shark conservation

The global hotel company – S Hotels and Resorts – has collaborated with the Phuket Marine Biological Center and the Marine Discovery Center shark protection program in the Phi Phi Islands of Thailand. The important new partnership to raise, feed and release bamboo sharks will be led by resident marine …

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Arkansas places eighth at NCAA Championships with a pair of All-Americans

TALLAHASSEE, Florida – Arkansas finished in eighth place at the 2021 NCAA Championships on Saturday. Lauren Gregory led the Razorbacks over the 6,000m distance in Apalachee Regional Park while Isabel Van Camp joined her for All-America honors. Entering the competition ranked No.7, Arkansas scored 328 points and Gregory finished 19e …

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Jack Montesi obituary (1927 – 2021) – Middletown, CT

Jack (Giacomo) Montesi peacefully ended his 94-year-old journey on Wednesday November 17, 2021. He was born in Hartford on September 23, 1927, the second child to Aroldo and Lillian (Di Martino) Montesi. He was the proud father of Lynn (Andy) Ross, John, Robert (Anne) and Michael (Kathy); and adored Grandpa, …

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BYU cross country competing for national titles in Florida | News, Sports, Jobs

BYU’s Conner Mantz prepares to cross the finish line of the West Coast Conference Men’s Cross Country Championships at Timpanogos Golf Course in Provo on Friday, November 12, 2021. (Photo courtesy BYU) The BYU men’s and women’s cross country are preparing to compete in the NCAA Cross Country Championships at …

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Parkland Crime Update: Student Brought Gun to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

By Kevin Deutsch Thanks to our joint efforts with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates with residents, this is a summary of crimes and other incidents in Parkland through November 15, 2021. Aggravated aggression Loxahatchee Road A 26-year-old man was the victim of aggravated assault in the 12000 block …

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Broadstreet RFC chosen by Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games as the venue for rugby sevens training

The Broadstreet Rugby Club has received a “massive boost” after being named the official training venue for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. The Binley Woods-based venue has been selected as one of two Sevens Rugby training venues, ahead of games which will take place July 29-31 next year at the …

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Clint and Parkland see seasons end in regional round playoffs

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The high school football playoffs resume Thursday in the state of Texas with the regional round. Clint and Parkland both see their seasons come to a close in the second round of the Texas State Playoffs, while seven other schools in Borderland will play on …

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No.7 Razorbacks ready to fight at NCAA Championships

The No.7 Razorbacks return to Florida State’s Apalachee Regional Park for Saturday’s NCAA Championship race, which will be broadcast live on ESPNU starting at 9 a.m. (CT). The women’s 6,000m event will start at 9:20 am CT. This is the 34th time a team from Arkansas has competed at the …

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Women’s golf announces spring 2022 calendar

History links UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa .– The Penn State Women’s Golf Team announced the spring portion of its 2021-2022 schedule earlier this week. The Nittany Lions will compete in five tournaments during the spring semester leading up to the playoffs. Penn State will resume its program on January 31 with …

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SwimSAFER Week study finds more than half of Australian children don’t learn to swim

Research conducted as part of the annual SwimSAFER week found that 54% of Australian children do not learn to swim, 27% being forced out of lessons due to COVID restrictions and 28% unable to find available lessons at their local swimming school. With the SwimSAFER Week which will be held …

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Parkland women’s volleyball crosses semi-final stumbling block and heads to PIAA final

The Parkland High School Women’s Volleyball State Semi-Final with Bishop Shanahan was a close, close game. Until, all of a sudden, that’s not the case anymore. The Trojans stepped up a gear and claimed a 25-18, 22-25, 25-23, 25-14 victory over the District 1 champion in the PIAA Class 4A …

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Neangar Park selected for Golf Aus Visionary of the Year award | Video | Bendigo Advertiser

sport, local sport, neangar park, golf, visionary of the year, phil dearaugo, joe sinnott, jenny brown Neangar Park Golf Club was named a finalist for Golf Australia’s Visionary of the Year award. The national award recognizes clubs across the country that lead by example and show initiative in helping the …

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Further expansion of the Watersound hotel and facilities planned for 2022

WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (WMBB) – A five-year-long Watersound development is approaching the finish line. The $ 70 million project will include a new hotel, as well as a major amenities expansion near Camp Creek Golf Club. The Watersound Camp Creek expansion began in 2019 and when completed would include the …

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Students demand action reflect on gun violence as Parkland trial advances – UNIVERSITY PRESS

February 14, 2018 is a day marked by the death of 17 students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. It is the deadliest mass high school shooting in U.S. history, surpassing the death toll from the infamous 1999 Columbine shooting. Nikolas cruz, then 19, was arrested for the murders and …

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The secret of the old trophy

It could be a Nancy Drew book called “The Secret of the Old Trophy” or maybe an Ellery Queen novel called “The Loving Cup Mystery”. Millie Neiman Korach’s antique vase has a curious past. For decades Akron’s wife, 96, has used the silver container to display fresh flowers. This is …

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Teachers, board agree to contract – Times News Online

Posted on November 10, 2021 at 2:08 p.m. By SUSAN RUMBLE Special to the press As the October 26 meeting began, Lisa Roth, a member of the Parkland School Board, requested approval to put an additional item on the agenda. She said the Parkland Education Association voted earlier today to …

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HighSchoolOT All-State Women’s Golf Team for the 2021 Fall Season

The Second Annual HighSchoolOT Girls’ Golf Team features 11 returning selections. HSOT uses the championship scores to determine who makes the first, second and third team, calculating each player’s handicap differential based on those performances to balance the varying difficulties of the four different courses that were used. To break …

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Best Tenerife hotels in 2022

Meliá Hacienda Del Conde / Booking.com Magnificent weather, spectacular beaches and a pair of volcanic national parks, the Canary Island of Tenerife is a tempting destination for a sunny getaway any time of year. BEST HOTELS IN TENERIFE From the snow-capped peaks of El Teide, the highest mountain in all …

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Talk Media named 2021 finalist by Florida Press Club

By: Sharon Aron Baron Talk Media’s publications were once again named 2021 finalists by the Florida Press Club. On October 28, Talk Media was named in two categories: Online, Independent News Site, Class AC & Editorial, Community News, Class C. In 2020, Talk Media won the # 1 spot in …

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Ten of the best campgrounds in New Zealand

The camp The Camp, Lake Hāwea offers cabins, safaris and bell tents. Camping has come a long way since the days of sheltering under a tarp on uneven grass; summer vacation parks are now equipped with everything from cozy villas and safari tents to outdoor pizza ovens and swim-up bars. …

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Where to eat at Stowmarket 2021

Stowmarket is a city of heart. Set in the middle of rural Suffolk, surrounded by beautiful villages and rolling countryside, there is a lot to see and do for a town of this size – and it is an ideal base from which to visit other places, Bury St Edmunds, …

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The strategists who made the “Youngkin Republican”

On maintaining the “local” race: “In a gubernatorial race, if you go knock on a door and say, ‘I’m running for governor,’ they’ll say, ‘Oh, hey, are you a Republican or a Democrat? Partisanship is usually an early issue. But then they say, “What do you think of education? What …

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Gabbi Ilardi, Ripon girls golf

Ilardi came back as a Sac-Joaquin Section V medalist on October 28, shooting a tie 72 at Yolo Fliers Club. However, the RHS junior was not just looking for personal glory. With his encouragement, the Indians won the tag team title with a score of 462. They edged runner-up Colfax …

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Hilton heads west with Sydney Garden Inn signature

The Australasian pipeline for the Hilton Garden Inn brand grew to five after Hilton revealed plans to introduce the brand in Kingswood, on the western outskirts of Sydney, as part of a redeveloped Nepean Health Club neighborhood. Set to open in 2023, the new Hilton Garden Inn Sydney Kingswood will …

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Kenneth ‘Pete’ Rukenbrod | News, Sports, Jobs

EASTERN PALESTINE – Kenneth “Rock” Rukenbrod, a longtime resident of eastern Palestine, died unexpectedly and peacefully after an active social morning at The Christian House on Saturday, October 30, 2021. Born June 5, 1929 to Kenneth E. and Pauline Ashbaugh Rukenbrod, Pete was the third generation owner / operator of …

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Sheriff Gregory Tony on Supporting Our Heroic Veterans

Sheriff Gregory Tony A message from Sheriff Gregory Tony: Deputy Aaron Moore had not yet completed police school when he deployed to Iraq in 2003. As an enlisted member of the U.S. Army National Guard, Deputy Moore prepared for war, but he encountered something different. He spent much of his …

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