Robert James

Getting to know electric bikes

You’ve seen them on the road or maybe know someone who recently bought one, but what is an electric bike and what should you look out for when it comes to buying one? a ? An electric bicycle, or e-bike, is a bicycle equipped with an electric motor to assist …

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JEANETTE LOUISE WEBER PURYEAR | Ely’s time

Jeanette Puryear (aka Mom, Grandma, GG, Nett and Aunt Nett) passed away peacefully, with her loving family by her side, on August 28, 2022. She was born January 20, 1929 in Ely, Nevada to Marguerite Jeanne Espagna and Jean-Joseph Weber. Her French grandmother Louise, who raised her, owned the now …

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History of Saint Louis University Homecoming: SLU

Whether it’s stealing a competing sports team’s mascot or crowning a homecoming court, some Saint Louis University homecoming traditions are lost to history, and some ⁠ – like cheer on the Billikens ⁠ – are here to stay. Listen to the experts explain how one of the University’s favorite traditions …

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is a solid case to splurge on a “Pro” smartwatch

As someone who is already very comfortable with a 44mm Apple Watch, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro’s 45mm bezel size has never posed a footprint issue. Interestingly enough, it’s not exactly the Leviathan smartwatch you were probably expecting. Undoubtedly, it has a thick, reassuring indentation around the wrist, but …

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Winter 2020-21 brought record visits to Idaho ski areas

BOISE, Idaho (KIFI) – Recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, ski areas in Idaho saw record skier and snowboarder visits during the 2020-21 winter according to an economic impact report that Ski Idaho ordered from Boulder, Colorado. RRC Associates firm. Idaho ski areas recorded 2.15 million skier and snowboarder visits during …

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Venezuelan migrants ‘endured hell’ on their way to the United States

Asylum seekers freed on the streets of El Paso recall near-death experiences in Panama’s Darien Gap and evading Mexican authorities even with permits in hand EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – Reina Gil said she will fondly remember the border town of El Paso once she reaches her destination inside …

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SAFF Championship: Pakistani scribe opposes footballers in shorts, criticized

A Pakistani scribe has come under fire after objecting to women’s national football team players wearing shorts at a tournament. He raised his objection shortly after Pakistan beat the Maldives by seven goals in the ongoing SAFF Championship in Kathmandu. Competing in an international event after a long gap, it …

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Discover Roetz Life – the electric bike designed to last forever

While the best electric bikes (opens in a new tab) are part of a sustainable transportation solution, they are also part of an important problem. Electronic waste. The growing popularity of e-bikes means they will soon join broken and discarded computers, tablets and phones in landfills around the world. E-bikes …

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Highlights: Ten weeks and counting until ski season is here

A bluebird powder day in Aspen always ignites local crowds and guests alike. File photo I don’t often give accessories to Vail, but the mothership of American skiing has me dreaming for the upcoming season. And this is a good thing. It happened Monday night during the Broncos game – …

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Oregon Football launches the uniform they will wear against BYU

EUGENE, Oré. – Whenever facing Oregon football, one of the big storylines is always, what will the Ducks wear? With No. 25 Oregon up against No. 12 BYU, locals were interested in what the Ducks would sport this week. Even BYU football players like Malik Moore wondered what the Ducks …

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Review: Sombrio Vanquish pants and jersey

North Vancouver’s Sombrio Cartel is best known for its more laid-back approach to clothing, flannel mixing with high-tech fabrics. With the Vanquish line, the twenty-year-old Canadian brand adds a more performance-oriented clothing line. Vanquish includes shorts, pants, and jerseys for men and women. The line blends toughness with a lighter …

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Best helmets for cycling, skiing, hockey, etc.

Helmets absorb energy and slow down your head movements, minimizing the impact on your brain. In other words, they save lives and reduce the risk of serious injury. Most helmets, however, are sport specific and not all are created equal. Look for one that is safety certified and offers some …

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ISU football returns to Holt Arena on Saturday as Vander Waal is sidelined for 4-6 weeks

POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI) — A new era at Holt Arena begins Saturday when the Idaho State Bengals begin their home schedule against the Central Arkansas Bears, but ISU will take the new ground without its starting quarterback. Idaho State quarterback Tyler Vander Waal broke his collarbone in Saturday’s loss to …

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Four health-conscious cities that prioritize pedestrians

The pandemic, coupled with numerous pre-lockdown public transport strikes, has only heightened the popularity of these human-centered and environmentally sustainable initiatives. “The beauty of getting around Paris on foot has come into more prominence since Covid,” said Kathleen Peddicord, founder of Live and Invest Overseas. “Public transport was banned for …

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Picking up the pace…and settling into a beat

Update I have now entered the fourth state of my Appalachian Trail journey: Massachusetts. Home to one of my life goals (running the Boston Marathon), one of my favorite movies (The Departed) and my good friend Tasha, who climbed Katahdin with me to start this journey. As the mountains get …

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Memorable Moments Dot Ducks Victory

EUGENE, Oré. — Oregon’s home opener was brimming with meaning on Saturday night. The Ducks rebounded from a disheartening first game by beating Eastern Washington, 70-14. They won Dan Lanning his first victory as head coach of the program. They scored 10 touchdowns, including one on defense and one that …

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Silvia Persico dominates the uphill sprint to win stage 4 at the Ceratizit Challenge

Image 1 of 15 Silvia Persico wins stage 4 of the Ceratizit Challenge by la Vuelta (Image credit: Getty Images) Image 1 of 15 Elisa Balsamo leads stage 4 of the Ceratizit Challenge by la Vuelta (Image credit: Getty Images) Image 1 of 15 Elisa Balsamo and Elisa Longo Borghini …

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Utah Athletics Hall of Fame class of 2022 inducted Friday night

History links Utah Athletics entered its final Hall of Fame class Friday night at Rice-Eccles Stadium and Tower. The Utah Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2022 is made up of eight former athletes. Friday night, Christl Hager (skiing), Heidi Hausknecht (women’s swimming), Chris Kemoeatu (soccer), Carla …

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It’s happening this weekend in Lincoln

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – If you’re looking for something to do this weekend outdoors, here are some ideas in the Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Friday Fast Facts. Nebraska Wesleyan University Theater Presents Hammered: A Thor And Loki Play The NWU Theater will bring you musicals, Shakespeare, an outdoor family …

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Football Fashion: Shop your own wardrobe for cute Seahawks cuts

Happy football season, my friends! I’ll be honest with you, I don’t have a lot of Seahawks gear in my closet. So, in honor of the return of football season, I wanted to see how many ways I could style the only NFL-related item I own: a Seahawks hat. Now, …

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Quinn Simmons explains why he skips the world championships

QUEBEC CITY, Canada (VN) — Quinn Simmons won the ‘baby’ world title in 2019, but he won’t be returning there this month to chase the elite men’s rainbow jersey in Wollongong. The Trek-Segafredo rider, who lines up this weekend in Quebec City and Montreal for a pair of one-day races, …

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AT Days 128-131: First days in Tennessee

The weather and scenery improved significantly over my first four full AT days in Tennessee. Here is the day-by-day breakdown of this period: Day 128 – Double Spring Shelter to Vandeventer Shelter (14 miles) Day 129 Vandeventer Shelter to Stealth Site, Dennis Cove (18 miles) Day 130 – Stealth site …

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Host of the Eastern Washington Football Players has a special connection to Oregon | Eastern Washington University

Jaren Banks’ parents have assured him that on Saturday they will indeed be wearing red at the Autzen stadium. But that requires a major wardrobe change for the Banks family. Growing up in Eugene, Banks — a starting linebacker for the 12th-ranked Eastern Washington Eagles (1-0) — went to as …

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No Snags, No Spills, No Sweat: How To Wear Vintage Clothes Without Damaging Them | Fashion

Once you’ve decided you can wear vintage clothing, there are a few things to keep in mind that can help extend the life of the garment. Since any wear and tear can damage the item, a cautious mindset is a good approach. That means considering everything from how you style …

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His talent as a footballer is indisputable

It doesn’t even take five minutes to Nico Yamaleava stand out on the soccer field. He rose to prominence on the 7-on-7 circuit, for his insistence on wearing colorful pajama bottoms at every event, and for his pinpoint performances. According to the story, the Toa team – TOA which means …

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Contact lenses could soon replace our phone screens

Comment this story Comment Walk down any street and it’s a familiar scene: people crane their necks looking at their phones. But in the not-too-distant future, we’ll probably be content to just watch as digital information hovers over the world before us, integrating a blend of the digital and real …

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Flashbacks: Charred California town is no stranger to wildfires

WEED, Calif. — Her house destroyed, her dog is missing and her 10-year relationship with her boyfriend recently ended. “It can’t be worse,” she said. Vogelsang is among thousands displaced this week through California’s latest hellhole, this time in the small community of Weed about 451 kilometers northeast of San …

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College football picks, schedule: ATS predictions, odds for the top 25 games Saturday of Week 1

By the time the final whistle sounds Saturday night, there will be just four FBS teams left to play a game in the 2022 college football season. With three games featuring the top 25 head-to-head opponents and a few other matchups significant across the country, to say there could be …

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One Girl’s Journey To Breast Reduction Surgery: How She Rid The Burden Of Her Breasts And Gained Confidence In Her Body

A happy face and the sudden burst of laughter cannot reveal the pain Shiva Shukla suffered as a teenager when she suffered from gigantomastia, a rare condition where women develop extremely large breasts. Fighting the curious and demeaning male gaze throughout her growing years, fighting taboos at home, being ashamed …

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Evacuation alert issued for area near Battleship Mountain and Carbon Lake

HUDSON’S HOPE, BC – The Peace River Regional District has issued an evacuation alert for an area near the Battleship Mountain Fire. An evacuation alert includes the following areas: north shore of Lake Williston;Table Creek south to Dowling Creek (8 km W of WAC Bennett Dam, 40 km Johnson FSR);Southwest …

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Hartley McCay plays kicker for PJHS football team – Elmore-Autauga News

By Tatum Northington Elmore/Autauga News Prattville Junior High School has added a new addition to its 8th grade football team. Hartley McCay, 13, is the team’s kicker. This is her first year playing football and she is expected to start for kickoffs, PATs and field goals. While she was a …

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Montgomery Bicycle Club offers safety tips after cyclist dies in crash

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) – A 74-year-old Elmore County man died this week after being hit while riding a bicycle. This is a reminder on bicycle safety for cyclists and drivers. The number of deaths from bicycle accidents has increased dramatically over the past decade. “We hate every time something happens …

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Why is snowboarding more popular than skiing? Powder Rivalry

We may collect a share of sales or other compensation from links on this page. If you know anything about the winter sports community, you know the friendly rivalry between skiers and snowboarders. In general, skiing has a reputation for being more technical, while snowboarding is considered “cooler”. Is it …

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A growing health problem in the United States

© Neil Burton The Chief of the Bacterial Diseases Branch, Division of Vector-Borne Diseases of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention walks us through a growing US health problem, tick-borne diseases Ticks are a significant and growing health threat in the United States. They transmit a variety of pathogens, …

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A football fanatic, the Portsmouth FC fan travels the world wearing a different team shirt every day as part of a year-long challenge

Pompey fan Antonio Massari, 35, has traveled to more than 22 countries since taking up the challenge of wearing a different football shirt every day in July last year. Antonio, who has been collecting shirts since he was young, wears tops from his collection of over 500 pieces that range …

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Adventure Around Every Turn in Franklin County, Virginia – Sponsored Content

Calling all hikers, road cyclists and adventure seekers in Franklin County, Virginia. Explore an area rich in beautiful scenery and culture in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Start your adventure at Waid Park, a 500-acre park with over 15 miles of trails. You’ll navigate technical singletrack sections, river …

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Equipment Review: TGR Superior Cylindrical Scopes 2022-2023

Credit: Teton Gravity Research This spring, I had the opportunity to test the brand new Higher Cylindrical Goggles from Teton Gravity Research. Over the course of about 20 days, I was able to thoroughly experience the performance of these goggles in absolutely every condition imaginable, from sunny days to bluebirds …

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A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from visiting Mount Auburn to a campfire. Festival

Sunday August 28 Cambridge Youth Steel Orchestra, Tempo International and Dis N Dat Band 1-3 p.m. at Starlight Square, 84 Bishop Allen Drive, Central Square. Young musicians from Cambridge perform. The information is here. A female monarch stops on a flower in Somerville in September, most likely during her migration …

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Chase Jones fuels 38-6 win over Wyoming

CHAMPAGNE — Chase Brown scored three touchdowns and rushed for 151 yards, and Tommy DeVito completed 27 of 37 passes for 192 yards and two touchdowns on his debut as Illinois edged Wyoming 38-6 in their season opener Saturday. Only 41 seconds passed before Brown found his way into the …

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Vuelta a España 2022: Jay Vine climbs to victory on stage 8

Jay Vine (Alpecin-Deceuninck) claimed his second Vuelta a España 2022 stage victory on Saturday, soloing away from the breakaway on the difficult finishing climb of Colláu Fancuaya to take stage 8 in the Asturias. The 26-year-old Australian again covered the last kilometers in the fog, this time taking his victory …

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Vail announces opening dates for three Vermont ski resorts

It’s been pretty hot and humid lately, so maybe you could relieve yourself by imagining yourself skiing down a powdery mountain slope. Vail Resorts wants to help by announcing the opening dates for the three resorts it owns in Vermont: Stowe, Okemo and Mount Snow. Here are the planned opening …

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What’s inside that purple barn on Route 23?

CRARYVILLE – Eleven miles down the road and worlds away from the fine antique shops of Warren Street in Hudson is The Purple Barn, a vintage clothing and thrift store tucked away on a secluded stretch of State Route 23. The owner and operator Susan Daley, 65, lives a stone’s …

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Problem solved: how VMLY&R COMMERCE Mexico turned football shirts into digital wallets

A multidisciplinary creative with a background in visual communication and the arts, born and raised in Buenos Aires. With over 18 years of experience, award-winning designer Adriano Lombardi’s career has taken him to WPP agencies in Argentina, Peru, Colombia and, most recently, Mexico, where he serves as Executive Director of …

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Why “Class Action Park” is a bit of a misnomer

For the month of August, Econ Extra Credit invites you to view the film “Class Action Park”, which is available to stream on HBO Max with a subscription. We hope you’ll watch and then send us your thoughts, questions and stories. Contact us by email at [email protected] Despite the catchy …

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High School Football Week 1 Scouting Reports

High school football season is upon us, and every week The Sentinel will take a look at upcoming games. Week 1 will feature an immediate rivalry showdown between Holland and Holland Christian. It’s the only local double game, but it’s a big one. All eight home teams will be in …

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Helen Flanagan just gave simple denim shorts a TOTALLY sassy look

August 24, 2022 – 11:15 a.m. BST Laura Sutcliffe Helen Flanagan looked amazing on Instagram wearing a simple pair of denim shorts, and the former Coronation Street star wowed in a white tank top and Chanel sandals. Another day, another gorgeous outfit for the gorgeous Helene Flanagan! The …

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Will Japan’s borders reopen for the 2022/23 ski season?

August 23, 2022 Japan’s borders remain closed to independent tourists despite hopes that restrictions would now be eased. One of the main British operators in Japan, Mabey Ski, remains on the alert. NEW “We are optimistic that this season will continue, as will our guides and partners in the field,” …

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The green’s football season opener at kick-off

History links Buy Game Tickets Buy Lower Campus Parking HONOLULU — Popular reggae band The Green will help kick off the 2022 University of Hawaii football season with a special pre-game concert Saturday, August 27 at 2:30 p.m. at …

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No Credit Check Loan Alternatives & Substitutes | PaydayNow

No Credit Check Loan Alternatives & Substitutes | PaydayNow

A no-credit-check loan may seem like your only option if you need access to funds urgently but have a low credit score or no credit history at all. The drawbacks of this form of loan include high interest rates and a short repayment period. Before applying for a loan that …

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Two passionate inductees into the Colorado Snow Sports Hall of Fame; Forejtek honored

History links VAIL—John Dakin and Ron LeMaster, two skiing legends with Colorado Ski Team roots, were inducted into the Colorado Snow Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday at the 45th annual celebration. Current bonus Philippe Forejtek was also honored as Male Collegiate Skier of the Year by …

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When will we see Georgia Football retire another number?

Georgian football has four numbers retired, and there is no honor in a bigger program than having a number retired. In college football, this is a rare occasion. Georgia hadn’t retired a jersey number since 1985, when the famous 34 was last worn. The four numbers retired are #62 for …

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Why don’t cyclists wear protective clothing?

Why don’t cyclists wear protective clothing? Posted on August 19, 2022 To share: Hank and Alex crash a lot, and we mean A LOT! They are therefore regularly asked why we road cyclists do not wear padded clothing to minimize the risk of rash in the event of a spill. …

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The half marathon is the city’s ‘most influential’ sporting event during the pandemic

The Shanghai Half Marathon tops the list of the city’s most influential sporting events in 2021, according to a report by the Shanghai Sports Bureau and Shanghai Sports University. The report assessed 46 domestic and international sports tournaments held in Shanghai last year. Professionalism, organizational work, public appeal, media coverage …

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Jermaine Mathews Jr. prepares for Ohio State football in 2023

CINCINNATI — Jermaine Mathews Jr. thinks about being a senior every time he takes to the football field at Winton Woods High School. “Every time I think it’s the last time I do something,” Mathews said. “My God, this is about to be my last first game next Friday.” Mathews …

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3-year-old water skier impresses in Kansas

MAIZE, Kan. (KSNW) – What were you doing when you were three years old? A toddler from Virginia recently made waves in Maize, Kansas while competing in Goode’s 80th National Water Ski Championships. Jonathan Davis, 3, was the youngest competitor of more than 500 athletes attending the week-long event. “He …

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A beginner’s guide to saving

News from the Zero Waste team: Zero Waste Tip: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle… by saving you contribute to the 3 Rs, reduce, reuse and recycle to help the planet. You can find great items at discounted prices, make them new to you, and in the long run, you can save a …

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Nebraska 2022 Alternate Football Uniform Honors 1983 ‘Scoring Explosion’ Team | Soccer

For one game yet to be determined this season, Nebraska football will wear alternate home jerseys honoring the 1983 Husker “Scoring Explosion” team. After hinting for days, NU unveiled the alternate jerseys on social media on Monday. Although a tweet didn’t specifically mention the uniform as Nebraska’s alternate look – …

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How does adaptive water skiing work? The Adaptive Ski Day allows everyone to try

Here, on the old Pony Express trail, in the middle of the western desert, surrounded by sagebrush, tumbleweeds and hares, the solitude is shattered by the sound of water skiers screaming and screaming as they slide down the glassy surface of a spring freshwater lake. Looking closer at this already …

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Taco Mac, Mountain High Arrives at Pelham’s Canopy Project – Shelby County Reporter

Taco Mac, Mountain High arrives at Pelham’s Canopy Project Posted 5:21 p.m. on Saturday, August 13, 2022 By MICHELLE LOVE | Personal editor PELHAM- The Town of Pelham has announced more details regarding the upcoming Canopy project. Georgian restaurant Taco Mac and Mountain High Outfitters are both opening locations inside …

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The Cowboys meet the media on Saturday

History links STILL WATER – The Oklahoma State football team held a two-hour practice inside the Sherman E. Smith Training Center on Saturday morning with just under three weeks to go before the season opener against Central Michigan on Sept. 1 . mike gundy met with …

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Tiesj Benoot on the horror crash: ‘I was unconscious for about 15 minutes’

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Don’t miss a moment of Paris-Roubaix and Unbound Gravel, the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España, and everything in between when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”, “type “:”link”}}”>join Outside+. Tiesj Benoot has revealed more details about the horror training accident …

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Water Ski and Wake Alberta offers accessible clinics

There were lots of smiles at a one-day adaptive waterskiing clinic in central Alberta this week. Nicholas Gates has cerebral palsy. His mother, Kelly Gates, said the past two and a half years have been difficult for her son, who has had limited outdoor interactions and activities due to the …

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The LA style icon Sika on the power of fashion, art and community

This morning was oddly easy. Sika Dwimfo, better known by his monome Sika, sits in his 30-year-old shop on Boulevard Degnan. He is surrounded by African masks, Ghanaian fans, handcrafted jewelry, waist beads and burning incense. Great works of art from different parts of the world adorn every wall. It’s …

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Best outdoor clothing 2022 | Purchases

SSince 1980, Mountain Supply has been equipping mountaineers, ski tourers, backpackers and climbers with the gear and expertise they need for their outdoor adventures. The independent retailer has won the Best Outdoor Clothing Store category for the past two years. Community support for the store stems from the customer service …

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Parents sue Mount Bachelor ski resort over child’s death

The lawsuit alleges on the day of Brecken Boice’s death that conditions were extremely freezing and that the chairlift and ski trails near the summit should not have been opened. BEND, Ore. — The parents of a 9-year-old child who died skiing at the Mount Bachelor ski area in central …

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Saints’ Hill: Return to utility role ‘makes perfect sense’

METAIRIE, La. (AP) — Taysom Hill is giving the New Orleans Saints’ new training regimen the benefit of the doubt. The former BYU quarterback doesn’t deny his disappointment at no longer being on the QB track with his NFL club. But Hill says he sees wisdom in the Saints’ decision …

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Despite COVID and accidents, cyclist Homer completes women’s Tour de France

Kristen Faulkner continues despite her injuries during the third stage (Reims to Epernay) of the Tour de France Women on July 26, 2022. (Photo courtesy of Kristen Faulkner) The Tour de France is arguably the most famous cycling race. The Men’s Tour is an almost month-long event that winds through …

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The tiny African kingdom skis as Europe sweats the summer heat

First-time skiers take a lesson at the Afrisk Ski Resort near Butha-Buthe, Lesotho, Saturday July 30, 2022. As millions across Europe sweat through a summer of record-breaking heat, Afrisk in the Maluti Mountains is the only ski resort in Africa south of the equator. It attracts people from neighboring South …

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Schuylkill United Way Celebrates Successful Back-to-School Donor Event

School supplies and backpacks were donated to fill 2,115 backpacks, the largest collection in the 20-year history of Schuylkill United Way’s Stuff the Bus program. Organizers said the challenge was daunting this year due to supply chain issues and the severe impact of inflation, making everyone’s generosity all the more …

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Razorback report: Haselwood impresses with tough holds

FAYETTEVILLE — The media was about to leave the University of Arkansas training grounds on Sunday when the offense began a one-on-one period with receivers and cornerbacks battling for passes. On the first snap, Jadon Haselwood drove a deep road against safety Jalen Catalon on the right sideline. Catalon was …

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Gaston beats Hamilton to win annual Snowmass 50 mountain bike race

John Gaston of Aspen competes in the Snowmass 50 mountain bike race on Saturday August 6, 2022 at Snowmass Village. Gaston won the 50 mile race in 4:36:28.Jeremy Swanson/Aspen Skiing Co. In a titanic battle of 35-year-old local superstars, John Gaston of Aspen beat Simi Hamilton of Basalt on Saturday …

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Listen to my body – The Trek

Day 110 The morning dawned overcast and slightly chilly. Luckily it didn’t rain overnight so the trail was only muddy in spots. Did 2-3 miles with Serendipity then continued solo up Stratton Mountain Incline. It reminded me of the Pacific Northwest with beautiful pines, moss and ferns. I climbed the …

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Since the inaugural FIFA Women’s World Cup in 1991, the USWNT has had a broad impact

(L-R) Mia Hamm and Julie Foudy celebrate during the ‘Fan Celebration Tour’ final against Mexico December 8, 2004 in Carson, California. “We were always told no, you can’t do that,” Gabarra explained. “You can’t play sports, you can’t wear these clothes, you can’t be an athlete, you can’t. We all …

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Electric bikes off the climate bill

When President Joe Biden Building back better (BBB) ​​died this year, taking with it a long-awaited e-bike tax credit. This credit, a long-sought goal of Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), would have provided a tax credit of up to $900 on e-bikes costing less than $4,000 for eligible persons. Now that …

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Where to find the cast on social media

In June 2022, Netflix released a reality show titled snowflake mountain which focused on young adults who didn’t know the value of hard work. Putting them to the test, the show’s hosts (who were also survival experts), Matt Tate and Joel Graves, dropped them off in the middle of the …

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Washington COs sign NFL Journeyman DB, waive injured LB Drew White: NFL Tracker

As the 2021 NFL season draws to a close, the offseason begins with tons of rumors, free agency speculation, practice moves, and draft drama. Who else is in the hot seat? Who will receive a pink slip? Follow Washington Football for up-to-date information on all the moves. AUGUST 4 COMMANDERS …

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8 Top Orthopedic Tips on How to Manage Arthritis

August 4: Joint pain and stiffness for a time is known as arthritis, which gets worse with age and requires treatment. As we celebrate Bone and Joint Day on August 4, these top orthopedists share their tips for managing or delaying arthritis flare-ups when they do occur.   Dr Reetadyuti …

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Lake Hopatcong algae bloom closes beach after water tests

A beach at Lake Hopatcong is closed to the public after two rounds of water tests in the area showed high levels of harmful algal blooms (HABs). Lake Hopatcong Commission Administrator Colleen Lyons confirmed that Crescent Cove Beach Club is closed due to sampling results collected by the state Department …

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Nation Ford Falcons 2022 High School Football Preview

FORT MILL When Nation Ford arrives on home turf in mid-August, fans will notice what head coach Michael Allen already knows: the Falcons are young. Don’t look for Allen or someone who wears red and black to tell you that’s a bad thing, though. Despite several key graduation losses, senior …

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What makes the UCI World Championships so different from other races?

The UCI World Championships return to Wollongong, Australia towards the end of September. The coastal city will host nearly a dozen road disciplines during the week-long event, and at the end of each day a new (or repeat) champion will be crowned. And it’s fair to say that the World …

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Swimmer Alice Tai wins Commonwealth Games gold months after foot amputation

Getty Images Less than seven months after having her right foot amputated and having to learn to walk again, British Paralympic swimmer Alice Tai won gold at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games on Sunday. Tai was born with bilateral clubfeet and has spent the past 10 years considering surgery. The …

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Where to use your BuckID off-campus

Jimmy Barouxis, third-generation owner of Buckeye Donuts, poses with some of the donuts sold at his shop, all of which are cut, filled and coated by hand. Credit: Maya Neyman | Former Digital Content Editor Getting used to a new campus and a new city can be overwhelming for incoming …

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Boselli brings memories of his late father to the Hall of Fame | Soccer

By MARK LONG – AP Pro Football Writer JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Tony Boselli has a video to watch, a bonafide tear-jerker who is sure to turn one of the toughest offensive tackles in NFL history into an emotional wreck. It’s a congratulatory message from his father, recorded 11 days …

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Live Day 3 updates, results, medal tally, times, news, fixtures, Aussies in action, Team Australia, Emma Mckeon, Kyle Chalmers,

Day 3 of the Commonwealth Games is here, and it’s about to be packed with action – and Australian medal hopefuls. After dominating in the pool on the first two days in Birmingham, the Australian Dolphins superstar is back on deck, with nine different heats from 7.30pm AEST, headlining the …

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Lindsey Vonn sided with LeBron James when Arnold Schwarzenegger tried to dominate the gym

Olympic alpine ski champion Lindsey Vonn has a legendary track record. She is the most decorated skier in history. Vonn has a total of 82 World Cup wins and 20 Crystal Globes, making her one of the greatest athletes of all time. ADVERTISING The article continues below this ad And …

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4 rebounding wide receivers (Fantasy Football 2022)

What do you do when your trusty lawn mower won’t start the first time? Do you prime it with a new spark plug and fill the tank with fresh fuel without ethanol? Or are you heading to The Home Depot and preparing for another future disappointment? As easy as it …

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What to wear to get the most out of your cycle

Most people wear normal clothes when taking short bike trips. Unless there’s a shower outside, it’s jeans, a shirt and maybe a sweater or a jacket for me. However, if I go for a longer cycle, I will wear my cycling gear. If you haven’t tried this type of clothing …

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Outdoor workers fend for themselves through the heat of the high desert

As temperature records fall, people are doing what they can – or must (Update: added video, comments from Deschutes Roofing & Insulation, CS Construction) BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — The heat is rising, but not everyone has the opportunity to work in an air-conditioned interior. Another record heat wave is baking …

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College football world reacts to Notre Dame jersey reveal video

Chances are you’ve already seen the alternate Notre Dame uniforms they’ll be wearing for the Shamrock Series game against BYU in October. If you haven’t, you can check out an up-close photo gallery of the uniforms and before the end of your day, you’ll want to spend four minutes watching …

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SAN SEBASTIÁN ’22 preview: who can win the Basque classic?

Preview of the Clásica San Sebastian: The Tour de France is behind us and the season moves on to the next phase of the Vuelta a España, the Autumn Classics and the World Championships. But to keep us motivated, we have the Clásica San Sebastián on Saturday. Ed Hood gives …

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Mississippi jet ski group gains popularity with events around the state

A group of personal watercraft or “jet ski” enthusiasts started last year on the Mississippi Gulf Coast has grown rapidly statewide this summer and now includes many new members from the metropolitan area of Jackson. Called “Mississippi Ski Riders”, the group was co-founded in March 2021 by Neil Scott and …

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Walmart slashes clothing prices to attract shoppers hurt by inflation

Walmart is cutting prices for clothing and general merchandise, he said Monday. Indeed, soaring food and fuel prices mean shoppers have less money to spend on other items. Stores are struggling to cope with excessive inventory levels, Insider previously reported. Loading Something is loading. Walmart dramatically cuts the price of …

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Liberty hires Cal Grubbs leads by example

Cal Grubbs is never short of motivation. The Maryville center’s drive to succeed at all costs, along with his ability to block, earned him a scholarship. Despite offers from SEC programs like Ole Miss and college football playoff semifinalist Cincinnati, the reason Grubbs chose Liberty and coach Hugh Freeze was …

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Marianne Vos: It’s very special to wear the yellow jersey

As a child, Marianne Vos spent many summers traveling the Tour de France with her family, climbing Alpe d’Huez and many other iconic mountain passes, to watch the men compete for three grueling weeks in their quest for the yellow jersey. . She never imagined that one day she would …

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Coventry Lake closed due to algal bloom

A health advisory has been issued for the lake due to a blue-green algae bloom. Neighbors say they are saddened the summer on the lake has been on hiatus for at least 3 weeks. COVENTRY, Connecticut – Summer the Coventry The lake is suspended until potentially mid-August after a blue-green …

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A TT cyclist fights for the selection of the World Junior Championships

Sports Jada Loutoo 5 hours ago File photo JUNIOR CYCLIST Devante Laurence has received an injunction preventing the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation (TTCF) from implementing any decision to select another cyclist to wear the national colors at the 2022 UCI Junior Track World Championship in Tel Aviv , Israel, …

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The Cape Cod Nordic Walking Club can help you exercise for your whole body

HARWICH— Walking is a great way to explore Cape Cod and increase your fitness level, but have you ever noticed that your arms have nothing to do with it? They hang sadly while your legs play. Something must be done! Enter the Cape Cod Nordic Walking club, a newly formed …

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Marques’Almeida Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear Collection

This film of Marques Almeida models striding through the sea off the northern Atlantic coast of Portugal might give a misleading impression. It was yet another stop in the long series of outdoor fashion shows that carried the fashion caravan all over the map this summer. For this, no one …

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South Korea breaks old prejudices and embraces women’s football

Jung Ji-hyun was one of two girls who played soccer at her elementary school, attended by some 400 students. His love for sports had started by playing football with boys in his neighborhood. While the other girl had to stop playing due to her parents’ opposition, Jung carried on thanks …

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MACAU DAILY TIMES 澳門每日時報 » Some businesses will be allowed to reopen from Saturday

BBetween July 23 and July 29, some businesses will be allowed to reopen “with limited capacity” while complying with Health Bureau (SSM) guidelines, chief executive Ho Iat Seng announced in an executive order. On Tuesday, the government announced its intention to put the city in a “consolidation period” from July …

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LEKI’s Ultimate Four Season Single Pole Quiver

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> New SHERPA-Series from LEKI combines the proven technology of world-class trekking poles with innovations that provide optimal stability and comfort. The SHERPA and SHERPA LITE come with the new Aergon Air grip designed for optimal comfort and ergonomic performance …

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The Pyrenees await as the race for yellow at the Tour de France heats up in week three

Aelcome to our live blog of Stage 16 of the 109th Tour de France, the 178.5 kilometer race from Carcassonne to Foix. After Monday’s rest day – the third and final day without a saddle for the remaining riders of this year’s race – racing resumes at 11.40am (BST) with …

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Copenhill Team Battle 2022 – recap of ski’s biggest summer showdown

You’ve never seen summer skiing like this. Unless you’ve seen or heard of CopenHill, the Danish grass-covered ski resort that sits atop Copenhagen’s carbon-free powerhouse. Then you’re probably as fascinated as I am by the pristine skiing and partying paradise that is CopenHill. Featured in SLVSH’s cheerful montage “COPENHILL” which …

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Xcel will test resilience hubs in Minneapolis

Six blocks from George Floyd Square in the heart of south Minneapolis, the Sabathani Community Center is a mainstay in its culturally diverse neighborhood. One of Minnesota’s oldest nonprofits founded by African Americans, the center offers everything from a food shelf and clothes closet to seniors’ housing and small business …

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Levi Colwill will look to leave Chelsea if the club sign more defenders

There is now a growing possibility that Chelsea fans will never see Levi Colwill make a first-team appearance. The highly-rated youngster sat out the club’s first pre-season game here in Las Vegas on Saturday. He was sidelined after complaining of a tight thigh and sat out training on Friday, the …

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An all-star peloton will compete in the Women’s Tour de France

ORANJE VIBES The flagship nation of women’s cycling, the Netherlands will be particularly well represented in the first edition of the Tour de France Women with Zwift, bringing together 24 teams of six riders at this early stage of team nominations. Of the 144 participants (early July), 29 are Dutch. …

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Championship jet ski races held at Clinton Lake

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Kan. (KCTV) – Many racers from around the world have been revving their engines right here in Kansas, but not at your usual race location. Normally Sue Nanniga is out on Lake Clinton with her boat, but today she decided to sit down and relax on land for …

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Are permethrin-treated garments safe and effective?

Permethrin is a pesticide in a class known as pyrethroids, and research suggests that it poses some potential health risks. A 2019 study that followed more than 2,000 adults over the age of 14 found that those most exposed to pyrethroids had an increased risk of dying from heart disease. …

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