Monthly Archives: April 2022

Hee-woo joins Seoul office and attends secret club party

Still my life (어게인 마이 라이프) is a 2022 Korean drama starring Lee Joon-gi, Lee Kyoung-young, Kim Ji-eun and Jung Sang-hoon. It is based on the web novel of the same name written by Lee Hae-nal. This Law Kdrama steeped in fantasy and mystery is directed by Han Chul-soo. Still …

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas Baseball earns shutout victory on Senior Night – Parkland Talk

By: Matt Rothman Thursday was a memorable night at Parkland with Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ baseball team honoring ten of their seniors. The players have all been part of the Eagles’ incredible race to claim a victory at the state and national championships in 2021. Nine of the ten seniors are …

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Cut Line: Tiger plays a practice round, Phil plays in the field

In this week’s edition, Jon Rahm finds much-needed form in Mexico, Tiger Woods keeps us guessing and Phil Mickelson remains undecided about his future with the PGA Tour or LIV Golf. Cut made A reset. Since getting off to a strong start in 2022 with a second-place finish at the …

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State-Bound Teams, Classes 6A and 7A

BOYS Class 7A Area 1: In one of the most competitive fields in the state, defending state champion Milton edged Alpharetta two strokes to claim the trophy. Milton (296) scored a 70 from Will Jones, a 71 from Rahul Rajendran, a 72 from Mason Fundingsland and a 73 from Jack …

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Deputies shield Parkland school shooter after potential jury threat

A member of the jury panel in the Parkland school shooter case made possible threats in court. The deputies had to protect and surround the accused, Nikolas Cruz, after the possible threat. Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer said other jurors became “excited” after the possible threat. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Deputies …

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Brennan helps lead Wake Forest to ACC golf championship | Sports

Leesburg native Michael Brennan earned a clutch point to help lead Wake Forest University to a 3-2 victory over Georgia Tech in the match play final of the Conference Men’s Golf Tournament. Atlantic Coast on April 25 at Shark’s Tooth Golf Course at the Watersound Club in Florida. After Georgia …

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Mitchell High School Women’s Golf Finishes Fifth at Pierre Invitational – Mitchell Republic

PIERRE, SD — The Mitchell Girls Golf Team was back in action on Tuesday, April 26, heading to Hillsview Golf Course for the Pierre High School Girls Invitational. The Kernels’ six golfers combined for a team score of 358 to rank fifth out of 12 teams, finishing a total of …

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Wynn Resorts receives more five-star awards than any independent hotel company in the world at the 2022 Forbes Travel Guide Awards

“I am so proud of our team for achieving such significant recognition, especially the Encore Boston Harbor team for receiving five stars in their inaugural rating,” said Billings Craig, CEO of Wynn Resorts. “It’s clear that the personal dedication of Wynn employees around the world to the guest experience is …

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Sentencing of the Parkland killer | Day 7

Here are highlights from Day 7 of the sentencing trial of confessed Parkland gunman Nikolas Cruz, 23; a jury will decide whether he will be executed or sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He pleaded guilty in October to 17 counts of first degree murder and …

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The Life of a Mountaineer – Logan Perkins

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia – West Virginia University Senior Logan Perkins is one of five Mountaineer golfers competing in this year’s Big 12 golf championship, which begins today at Whispering Pines Golf Club in Trinity, Texas. Perkins is also one of three climbers ranked in the PGA TOUR University Top 125 …

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‘Labor of love’: Lincoln Park Rose Garden is club pride | Way of life

Photos by Scott Crabtree/The Daily Sentinel With loppers and pruners of varying sizes, members of the Desert Vista Garden Club recently spent hours pruning in the Lincoln Park Rose Garden. Pictured left are Sandy Silletto, Sandy Peterson, Linda Nabity, Dotti Miller, Lois Brooks, Ruth Coatney, Diana Mead and Jackie Hamilton. …

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Inflatable Outdoor Recreational Products Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – the Inflatable Outdoor Leisure Products Market is the ultimate tool to help industries, businesses and organizations make informed decisions for their business growth. With the help of market tactics and strategies covered here, it becomes easy for trading players to maintain their position in the …

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Future Vet Techs Bring Back ‘Doggy Spaw Day’ Fundraiser

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (WCIA) – A group of future veterinary professionals have gotten their hands on a good experiment. Parkland College’s Vet Tech Club hosts several fundraisers throughout the year, but this one is a community favorite. They gave some dogs a day at the spa on Saturday afternoon. They used …

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Battiste becomes owner of Eagle Crest Golf Club – The Daily Gazette

In many ways, new owner of Eagle Crest Golf Club, Scott Battiste, has always thought of the famed Clifton Park development, previously owned and operated by the Paulsen family, as his second home. Now he wants his customers to feel the same. Battiste, a 34-year-old Niskayuna native, served first as …

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Solid Ada Boys at the Del City Invitational | local sports

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Ada High School boys’ golf team is starting to make progress. The Cougars shot a 336, good enough for eighth place at the tough Del City Invitational held Thursday at Trosper Park Golf Course. Enid won the tag team title with a blistering 285 followed by …

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Golf in the Sun is a national parks-themed mini-golf course in Montana

Posted in Montana Attractions April 21, 2022 by Celina Colby In West Glacier Village, Montana, you’ll find a mini-golf course full of fun and educational value. Golfing to the Sun Mini Golf mixes the nostalgic good times of summer with anecdotes about the history of …

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From “Camp Body” to “Big Bubble” to “Wood-Toter’s Ass”: A Glossary of Scouting Terms

I first got to know about scouts about four years ago in 2018. I was attending a northwest football game and trying to meet some scouts to help me with an NFL draft column which I was writing at the time. So I approached a scout to ask him what …

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Ardoe House earns £450,000 in membership revenue from Creative Fitness Marketing | Article

It is not an easy task to manage a hotel. Between juggling accommodation services, bar, restaurant and leisure club, a substantial team and budget are needed to succeed. For many hotels, their leisure clubs are a great USP for attracting hotel guests, but are also a great source of revenue …

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Jury selection postponed in murder trial of rapper YNW Melly – Sun Sentinel

Jury selection in the Jamell Demons murder trial has been postponed for a week, and possibly longer, as attorneys and Broward Circuit Judge Andrew Siegel navigate their way through a wave of last minute motions and hearings. Demons, known professionally as rapper YNW Melly, faces a death sentence if convicted …

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LOCAL SPORTS AT A GLANCE | Sports

Kilgore Results Online Now Both Kilgore Secondary School teams were due to play road games on Tuesday night, and both after the print deadline for this edition of the herald of newsand in very different situations. Kilgore Baseball still has a few games left in its regular season, but the …

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Alachua officials set to consider West End golf course development

Alachua County officials are set to review a controversial proposal from a developer that would rezone approximately 75 acres in the Newberry area from recreational to residential use, while creating one of the largest county parks. The local planning agency and plan board will hold a public meeting at 6 …

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Councilor John Tippett-Cooper provides an update on the River Park Leisure Center consultation

A PUBLIC consultation will take place this summer to promote the development of the site of the former River Park Leisure Centre. In March, Winchester City Council approved the disposal of the site, including the skate park and bowling club, on a 150-year lease to the University of Southampton. The …

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Mount Kisco Planning Council: positive statement justified for solar field

The Mount Kisco planning board announced last week that it would seek further environmental review of a proposed solar panel due to potential cumulative impacts with a cell tower on the same site. The five council members indicated that a positive declaration under the Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) is …

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The most popular U.S. places to visit this spring, according to TikTok views

As warm weather approaches, you might start thinking about your next vacation – and if you’re looking for an unexpected gem in the United States, you might not have to look far. On Wednesday, international baggage delivery company MyBaggage released its list of the 10 most popular places in the …

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Flintshire tourism businesses urged to sign up for ‘Disability Passport’ scheme

Flintshire tourism businesses are being urged to sign up for a major campaign to help them capitalize on the spending of visitors with disabilities or additional needs. Mum-of-three Davina Carey-Evans, whose 27-year-old son Benjamin has severe autism, said she had spent her life visiting leisure attractions with her son only …

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Finding the true meaning of Earth Day: I bought a plant

My new plants, American Cactus Jake Long and Linda Blade.(By Nate Carsten) April showers bring May flowers. I wanted to experience it fully, especially with Earth Day approaching. Any excuses for me to buy a plant. April 22 is Earth Day. A day that’s more than earth-toned cake pops from …

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As the USFL restarts, a look back at the mad dash of the Washington Feds

Placeholder while loading article actions Before the Washington Federals even played a game, the writing was on the wall. DC’s United States Football League franchise has returned home from its first training camp in Jacksonville, Florida, still having to overcome many hurdles, including the fence around its training ground at …

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Excitement over new £7.1million leisure center in Boston

Fitness enthusiasts and swimmers say they can’t wait to enjoy improved facilities at the Geoff Moulder Leisure Complex in Boston as part of a proposed £7.1million overhaul. The Boston Recreation project will bring together the existing recreational and training pools under one roof in a new building that will include …

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Burlington mayor and councilor say residents want more lakeside parks

By Jeffrey Allen Published on April 13, 2022 at 11:06 am Following yesterday’s rejection of a massive two-tower development next to Spencer Smith Park, the Mayor of Burlington and local councilor released a joint statement explaining their position. Mayor Marianne Meed Ward and Ward 2 Councilor Lisa Kerns said planning …

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Ethan’s Kaden Klumb shares top honors at Southeast South Dakota Small School Golf Meet – Mitchell Republic

YANKTON — Ethan’s Kaden Klumb and Gregory’s Trey Murray finished the day top of the Southeastern South Dakota small school golf competition on Tuesday, April 12 at Fox Run Golf Course, dividing the honors of the boys medalists. Klumb and Murray each shot rounds of 79, with Murray recording a …

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New Enderby and Vernon Pools Buoy Grants – Revelstoke Review

Summer is about to get much cooler in the North Okanagan. Two outdoor recreation projects will see the light of day earlier thanks to government funding announced on Monday, April 11. Enderby’s leaky pool will be replaced with a new Barnes Park facility featuring a five-lane pool, lazy river, hot …

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Adorable photos of the golf star couple

By: Jessica Marksbury April 10, 2022 Scottie Scheffler and his wife, Meredith, were married on December 4, 2020. Getty Images Scottie Scheffler’s rapid rise to the top of the world golf rankings has meant a lot of extra exposure for him and his wife, Meredith, who has been by his …

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Colorado Sports Staff’s Favorite Local 18 Holes

The calendar says it’s already been spring for weeks. But for golf fans and players, especially those who live in cooler climes like ours in northern Colorado, spring really begins with The Masters. The tournament marks the unofficial start of the golf season for many across North America, with the …

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Here’s Why The Parkland Shooter Is Facing A Jury After He’s Already Pleaded Guilty

CNN — Jury selection began last week during the penalty phase of Nikolas Cruz’s trial, the part of his trial that will determine whether he is sentenced to death or life in prison for the 2018 high school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Cruz has already pleaded guilty to 17 counts …

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Win a Five Star Break on Loch Lomond at Cameron House | Travel

The indexA friend and I are standing on a roadway near a rare, aging production facility. It’s a blustery day, with blue skies, and as the sun glistens on the windswept creek below, we agree there are worse places to endure the daily grind. This may be one of the …

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Region roundup: Liberty baseball strangles FGCU to open series, and more | University

According to staff reports Liberty’s baseball team hadn’t tasted a home win in two weeks. An offensive resurgence, coupled with the blistering start of Garrett Horn, put the Flames back in the win column. Horn struck out nine innings in 5⅓ innings, Aaron Anderson and Derek Orndorff fired off Liberty’s …

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Anthony Rizzo Homers in early season with New York Yankees – Parkland Talk

By: Matt Rothman Baseball is officially back, and not only Anthony Rizo making his season debut with the New York Yankees, former star Marjory Stoneman Douglas had his first batting game of the year. On Friday, Rizzo hit Nathan Eovaldi to cut the Red Sox lead to 3-2 before the …

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Disc Golf is growing in popularity among new tournaments.

TALLAHASSE, FL (WTXL) — On Friday, for the first-ever high-ranked Disc Golf tournament, Pro Tour traveled to the capital. The event took place at Tom Brown Park with over 150 players and hundreds of spectators. The Dynamic Discs of Tallahassee has been running tournaments for 12 years and is ranked …

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Using Data Trusts in Garden Communities

Planned communities, townsites, shopping centers and campuses generate data at the individual and organizational level, and from land, buildings and infrastructure. Where appropriate, a data trust can collect, analyze and use this data to make the best use of existing facilities, recommend improvements and even, in some cases, develop …

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The city plans to cede JFK Marina Parkland to private control: is it legal?

OP-ED submitted by Yonkers on Hudson Alliance The Yonkers on Hudson Alliance (YOHA), a coalition of community groups, is questioning the legality of an action by the City of Yonkers that allows the Glenwood Power Plant developer to control and profit from JFK Marina land , the newest public park …

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County golf teams see success in 2022 | Sports

The 2021 golf season has been a banner year for high school teams in Oconee County. So far, 2022 is expected to be another notable season for high school golf in the region. Prince Avenue Christian’s men’s golf team finished second in the Wolverine Invitational at Currahee in late March. …

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St. Helena extends golf lead over M’town – Lake County Record-Bee

ROHNERT PARK – The four-member Saint Helena scoring team fired shots in the 80s on Wednesday afternoon as the Saints extended their lead over Middletown in the Coastal Mountain Conference South golf standings with a win at the par-72 Foxtail South Golf Club at Rohnert Park. Saint Helena finished with …

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Largest home in Windsor Florida gated community is for sale

Windsor Real Estate, Inc. The billionaire tech brothers have moved to Miami. Millennials have taken over Palm Beach. The Bradys settled on Indian Creek Island. Feeling FOMO in Florida? Now you too can own a parcel of the Sunshine State, courtesy of Windsor at Vero Beach, the ultra-tonic, amenity-rich gated …

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Aston Gardens presents silent auction to help disabled veterans, May 22 – Parkland Talk

Aston Gardens in Parkland. {Google} By: Jen Russon Residents of Aston Gardens at Parkland Commons are actively preparing for what activities coordinator Ellyn Fishbach hopes will be a hugely successful fundraiser for the non-profit organization Vets help heroes. Fishbach said 12 self-employed residents meet with her weekly to plan and …

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No. 23 Purdue advances to 5th place in Calusa Cup finals

History links NAPLES, Florida – The No. 23 Purdue men’s golf team recorded the second-lowest round of the day and moved up two spots to finish fifth at the prestigious Calusa Cup held at Calusa Pines Golf Club in Naples, Florida. The Boilermakers finished the …

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Seasonal jobs… Apply now! – Town of Mentor, Ohio

Mentor Town steps up the fun during the summer – but we can’t do it alone! Each season we hire hundreds of part-time workers to help out at our pools, parks and camps. According to Superintendent of Recreation Nita Justice, “Our seasonal positions are critical for the summer as they …

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OneFitStop Reveals Rebranding to Hapana

60584 Leading business fitness solutions provider OneFitStop has announced that it will market under a new name, Hapana, while introducing a new logo and brand identity. Launched nine years ago with the intention of serving personal trainers, the company has since evolved to provide an end-to-end enterprise platform for improving …

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Jury selection is underway to decide the fate of Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz

Jury selection for the sentencing trial of Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school shooter Nikolas Cruz began on Monday. More than 1,500 candidates are expected to be shortlisted before 12 jurors and eight alternates are chosen, Judge Elizabeth Scherer told WPBF-TV. The trial will last four to six months. The jury …

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Deer Park sweeps District 22-6A Golf Championships

Apparently the pandemic, without size, shape or form, has affected Deer Park High School’s golf program. It was damn good before the pandemic and as evidenced by the District 22-6A tournament at the Pasadena Golf Club, it’s still damn good. With Team Deer Park I boasting the top three medalists, …

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Tim O’Neal drops 15 feet on the 18th hole to win the APGA Tour at PGA Golf Club

Veteran professional golfer Tim O’Neal calmly dropped a 15-foot birdie on the 18th hole to win the APGA Tour title at the PGA Golf Club in one stroke on Sunday, earning his second victory of the season and taking first place in Lexus Cup points standings. O’Neal’s nine under 135s …

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How hotels are becoming better places to work

AAs the weeks go by, it becomes increasingly clear that many workers will not to go back to the factory-inspired ideal to sit in a desk five days a week. But it’s also apparent that many don’t necessarily want to sit at home five days a week either. It is …

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Alliance prepares for the annual meeting | News

Ashland Alliance President Tim Gibbs happily declared, “It’s time to go,” referring to the sale of tickets for the annual meeting of the Ashland Alliance. Governor Andy Beshear and Senior Advisor Rocky Adkins will speak. Adkins can even choose a few strings on an instrument. “They better have a good group …

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Lawyers for Parkland gunman face tough jury selection task

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Lawyers for Parkland, Fla., school shooter Nikolas Cruz will have one goal when jury selection begins Monday: identify candidates who could give Cruz the single vote he needs to get a sentence. life imprisonment instead of death for the 2018 murders of 17 students and staff. …

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Racine teenager charged with stealing car, driving on Racine area golf course and crashing into bridge | Crime and courts

STURTEVANT — A Racine teenager has been charged with stealing a car and crashing it into a bridge. Rayshawn Campbell, 17, of the 1600 block of Winslow Street, was charged with 13 counts of jumping bail, second degree counts of recklessly endangering safety, driving a vehicle fleeing/escape to an officer …

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Spruce Grove Golden Age Club ready to welcome new members

Content of the article Spruce Grove Golden Age Club members prove that age is just a number. Content of the article Tucked away behind City Hall on Jespersen Avenue is the modest Pioneer Center and home of the Spruce Grove Golden Age Club. Inside, members currently ages 55-96 can participate …

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