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PGA Tour Pick: 121st US Open

[ad_1] By Tom LaMarre There are plenty of stories ahead of the 121st US Open this week at the Torrey Pines South Course in La Jolla, especially as Phil Mickelson, 50, stunned the golfing world by becoming the oldest major champion in history when he won his sixth major. title …

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Cannondale Adventure Neo 3 EQ review

[ad_1] Carry: The Cannondale Adventure Neo 3 is a well-equipped commuter electric bike that can lighten your load on your runs or take you effortlessly off the beaten track. Fenders, headlights and a rear rack are all pre-installed. The suspension, 27.5 inch tires and an upright riding position make for …

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BHA supports a fabric diaper project run by a charity

[ad_1] BHA supports a fabric diaper project run by a charity Posted June 9, 2021 Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) supports local charity Berwickshire Exchange with new projects that provide emergency clothing packages and a cloth diaper library. Catherine Goldsmith (left) from Berwickshire Redeem the keys to the BHA garages in …

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Fire aid journal, June 7, 2021 | Local News

[ad_1] Southwestern NH District Fire Mutual Aid dispatchers in Keene handled medical aid requests and fire calls from Friday June 4 through Sunday June 6, including: 7 a.m., Keene Fire Department at 81 Main Street, service call. 12:45 p.m. Keene Fire Department at 12 Emerald Street, fire alarm. 5:57 p.m., …

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Where do your clothes come from? Where are they going?

[ad_1] Early on in Disentangled, a new book on dark underwear in fashion, author Maxine Bédat describes a stroll through a factory in Guangdong, China that specializes in acid-washed jeans, weaving its way through dark puddles of “content”. iridescent and bubbling ‘that had spread throughout the washing machine industry and …

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Kern residents seek relief from the sweltering heat

[ad_1] BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – Temperatures are skyrocketing and the sun is beating down on Kern County as we enter day four of the first summer heat wave. Temperatures in Bakersfield soared to 102 degrees today, after several scorching days. Experts say you need to stay prepared, stay safe during …

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Sportswear Market Research Report, Growth Trends and Competitive Analysis by 2027 Adidas AG, NIKE Inc., Ralph Lauren Corporation, Amer Sports Corporation, Billabong International Limited – KSU

[ad_1] Global Sportswear Market By operating system, end user, type of business solution, industry vertical and business size: Analysis of industry opportunities and forecast, 2021-2027, “ Apex Market Research brings in-depth insights into the global casual wear industry with its upcoming document titled “Global Apparel Industry Developments, Software, Surveys, Earnings, …

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IHC offers tips for staying safe this summer

[ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY – Relaxing COVID-19 restrictions means freedom for many to enjoy the great outdoors, but Intermountain Healthcare (IHC) reminds Utahns that trauma can happen anytime and anywhere. The IHC is already reporting an almost 10% increase in trauma-related incidents from 2020, although precautions may help reduce that …

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Consumer Reports: Top Bug Sprays

[ad_1] SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) -While you spend your time outdoors – camping, hiking, or even just hanging out in your yard – it’s important to protect yourself from ticks and mosquitoes. Insect-borne diseases are on the rise across the country. And it’s not just the ones you may have heard …

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Cool Father’s Day Gifts for Outdoor Lovers

[ad_1] Most outdoor enthusiasts are gear junkies and we love to get new gear to take with us on our adventures. Useful gear is some of the best Father’s Day gifts for outdoor enthusiasts, but finding gifts for dads who love the outdoors can be difficult, especially if you don’t …

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Obituaries: Cline, Norris, Watt, Tanner

[ad_1] Charles G Cline (submitted) Charles G Cline- 04/19/55 – 05/21/21 Charles (Chuck) Gordon Cline was born April 19, 1955 in Butte, MT, to Carolyn and Theodore Cline. He died at his daughter’s home in Polson, Massachusetts on May 21, 2021. He grew up in Butte until he moved to …

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The generosity, the beauty of hiking

[ad_1] Previous entries include Part 3 on Climbing, Part 2 on Running and Part 1 on Winter Activities. When the first wild bear I ever saw up close drove past my backcountry camp, I grabbed my camera and took pictures like crazy. Bears appear to tourists in Yosemite all the …

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