Running in the Metroparks

Running in the Metroparks

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Running is the reason most people come to the Metroparks. This is how Carrie Haddix, Executive Director of Metroparks Toledo, discovered her love for the outdoors. “I’ve been running my whole life,” Haddix told 13abc. “I started running at the Wildwood Metropark when I was a …

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What Alaskans can expect as election officials tabulate results for ranked picks Wednesday

General election votes at the Region II Division of Elections office in Anchorage on Nov. 15. (Bill Roth/DNA) The Alaska Division of Elections is expected to finish counting ballots and finalize the results Wednesday afternoon with a table that will determine the outcome of several statewide and legislative races. In …

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Trail work requires clogs and helicopters | New

It took years of groundwork to improve a trail just south of Bloomington in Indiana’s only wilderness. Most trails are easier to maintain or reroute than those in the Charles C. Deam Wilderness, just south of Lake Monroe in the Hoosier National Forest. Wheeled vehicles or objects are prohibited, so …

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This rechargeable hand warmer is $24 on Amazon

When winter is in full swing and your fingers are freezing, sometimes even the most trusty pair of gloves can’t quite cut it on its own. This is where a hand warmer can come in, well, the hand. The only obstacle? Most options are disposable or require an external heating …

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Kanye West says he’s running for president in 2024

Kanye West said he was planning a presidential race in 2024 and appealed to far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos in a video posted to Twitter on Sunday. The video, in which West says Yiannopoulos is working on his campaign, comes as the rapper’s Twitter account was restored after it was banned …

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Governor Kemp joins Herschel Walker on the campaign trail – WABE

Gov. Brian Kemp joined Republican U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker on the campaign trail Saturday. The campaign stop at a popular Cobb County gun store marked the first time the two came together. Walker is in a December 6e second round against Democratic US Senator Raphael Warnock. Kemp is coming …

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Wildlife is adapted to winter | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTOS BY GARRY BRANDENBURG – Winter weather has given people and wildlife a big dose of reality over the past week. The snowy conditions were a sure sign that planet Earth’s chaotic weather machine is alive and well. What we have to do is adapt. Wildlife is already prepared for …

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Meta’s MultiRay, an ML platform for running large fundamental models

Training an AI model is no small feat. Specialist teams need huge amounts of data to train a large model to perform a very specific task, such as reading millions of messages to learn how to identify harmful speech. Helpful, incredibly. But this task is also costly and limited in …

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McConnell wins re-election to serve as GOP minority leader : NPR

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. arrives at the United States Capitol on Wednesday. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Drew Angerer/Getty Images Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. arrives at the United States Capitol on Wednesday. Drew Angerer/Getty Images Kentucky Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell — already the longest-serving …

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Groups discuss plans for a railway project

When construction of the Great American Rail-Trail is complete, it will connect the American coasts from Washington DC to Washington State, a distance of 3,700 miles. It’s a huge work in progress with local residents pushing the needle to finalize the route in their area, taking bites from the elephant …

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The Forge: Lemont Quarries Announces 2023 Race Schedule

LEMONT, IL – The Forge: Lemont Quarries has announced multiple races for 2023 at the outdoor adventure park. Racing will take place in The Forge and adjacent trails at Heritage Quarries Recreation Area and I&M Trails. The first race, The Forge Fat Tire Bike Race, will be held Jan. 14, …

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Mitt Romney says Trump running for president in 2024 is ‘like the aging pitcher who keeps losing games’

Senator Mitt Romney has called former President Donald Trump an “albatross” on the midterm election outlook.Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images, Joe Raedle/Getty Images Senator Mitt Romney has compared former President Donald Trump to an “aging pitcher” on the mound. He urged Republicans to pick a “different pitcher,” citing the GOP’s lackluster midterm …

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After Winning the Senate, Democrats Consider the Unthinkable: Hold the House

Of the 26 POLITICO House races scheduled as toss before the election, only five remain uncalled. Democrats would likely need to win all five, win the remaining three unnamed races slated as “skinny Democrats” — they currently lead in all three — and eat in some districts originally slated as …

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After the disaster in the Colorado mountains, getting back on the trail was just the start of recovery | Way of life

Nick Noland lost both feet to frostbite after being lost on Mount Shavano in October 2019. During his months in hospital he was also diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Thanks to tough, bouncy new prostheses, he’s a runner again. (Video by Skyler Ballard) The sun was setting over …

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Frisco and Copper Mountain Resort are the subject of a new coming-of-age and adventure book, “Ski Bum”

Colin Clancy, a Michigan native who now lives in Utah, wrote his first book about life in Summit County. Called “Ski Bum”, it comes out on December 1st.Colin Clancy/Courtesy Photo Colin Clancy lived vicariously through stories when he was young, and he hopes to share a similar sense of adventure …

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Nearly 106-Year-Old WWII Veteran Recalls Top-Secret Project and His Run, Mending War’s Wires | Subscriber Content

World War II veteran and Penrose, Co. native John Sekulich will turn 106 next week. Sekulich and his wife, Charlotte, caught up with the Gazette to share stories of his time in the European theater, in which he was responsible for maintaining Allied communications cables despite German opposition. …

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Letter: Terror Trail a frightening success | Letters to the Editor

For the editor: We extend our heartfelt thanks to Chief Michael Dwyer and West Newbury Police and Fire Services. Just in time for Halloween weekend, they provided security for our popular Maple Crest Terror Trail event, absorbing the cost of services into their budgets, allowing us to save significantly on …

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Meet Cumbria’s adventure collective for LGBTQIA+ outdoor enthusiasts

Image: Lakes Queer Adventures on Instagram LGBTQIA+ outdoor enthusiasts across Cumbria are brought together through a new adventure group. Lakes Queer Adventures was created by Tessa, 25, and her partner Sami, 27, from Ulverston, to create a space for LGBTQIA+ people to come together, make new friends and hang out …

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Ross Chastain takes on the family motto in the race for the title: Just Do It

AVONDALE, Ariz. — A video game move sent Ross Chastain into the Cup championship race, but it was a video game that helped Christopher Bell head into Sunday’s title event at Phoenix Raceway. 5-year-old Bell was in love with racing, but after his parents bought a junior sprint car and …

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The adventure film festival returns to independent cinema

Breadcrumb Links Local News SOAR, the Sudbury Outdoor Adventure Reels Film Festival, takes place November 11-13 Voices across the Water examines two boat builders and how they infuse cultural knowledge into their craft. It is screened at the SOAR film festival on November 13 at 2:15 p.m. PICTURE PROVIDED Content …

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The Eagles make history by running an 8-0 record

HOUSTON — The last time the Eagles were 8-0…well, they were never 8-0. That’s where they are now after beating the Houston Texans 29-14 at NRG Stadium, breaking free from a 14-14 halftime tie with a second-half push that saw Jalen Hurts throwing two touchdown passes, the defense intercepting two …

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15 local artists take part in the Route 3 Art Trail on Saturday

Karen Mehos says her passion for glass art began when she was a “bored little girl in church”, admiring the light filtering through the stained glass windows on the pews. “I’ve always been drawn to stained glass, the different colors and the way the light plays with it,” Mehos said …

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Explore the lost city of gold in the jungles of Sumatra

Sumatra has long been a mysterious place. Due to its remoteness and relative darkness, much of this jungle island’s rich history remains undiscovered. Additionally, thousands of unknown animal and plant species live hidden lives in the verdant thickets and fast muddy rivers of Sumatra. Only recently have serious discoveries been …

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Cardinals running out of time to move in NFC West North News

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — DeAndre Hopkins has provided the needed boost on offense, JJ Watt has productive games on defense, and quarterback Kyler Murray continues to post big numbers. Yet the Arizona Cardinals are still a mediocre football team. At this point, they are running out of opportunities to turn …

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Marine Corps Marathon returns to DC after 2-year pandemic hiatus

Comment this story Comment Like many runners, Kyle King was preparing to run the Marine Corps Marathon last year. But the coronavirus was still too widespread, and a month before the race organizers canceled it for the second year in a row. “It was tough,” said the 33-year-old. But in …

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Kal-Haven Trail wooden bridge over the faucet for replacement | Local News

A covered wooden bridge that has become a focal point along the Kal-Haven Heritage Trail may be a thing of the past when work begins to renovate 17 miles of the trail. Earlier this year, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources received $5 million in funding last summer as part …

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LIEGMANN, Joshua – Kelowna Obituary

February 7, 1998 – October 23, 2022 On October 23, 2022, Joshua Eduard Liegmann went to join our Lord. He left this land sinking into one of his passions: paragliding in the majesty of nature. Josh is survived by his father, Iron Liegmann; his mother, Paula Liegmann; his sister, Helena …

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The search is underway for a man accused of hitting patrol vehicles, knocking out a County Audrain deputy

story by Matt Pilger, editor A traffic stop by Montgomery County police yesterday (Friday) morning led to a pursuit that spanned multiple counties until last night (Friday) with the suspect still at large. Michael J. Brooks is charged with fleeing after Montgomery City Police stopped traffic early yesterday morning. A …

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Russell keen to bounce back from series of ‘failed’ runs

George Russell is keen to have a clean weekend at the Mexican Grand Prix after a series of “disjointed” races. The Mercedes driver received a five-second penalty last time out in the United States after the stewards found him at fault for a first-lap collision with Carlos Sainz, which led …

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Butler-Freeport ‘the little trail that could’ celebrates its 30th anniversary on Saturday

In October 1992, Franco Harris, WPXI news anchor Della Crews and Belgian horses were on hand for the dedication of the Butler-Freeport Community Trail. Then some disgruntled landowners filed lawsuits, which took about a decade to settle. “Among other managers, our trail is known as the ‘little trail that might,'” …

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Ancestral Supplements Harnesses Bear Grylls to Help Put Back What the Modern Diet Left Out

One of the most recognized faces of outdoor adventure and survival, Bear Grylls, teams up with age-old supplements to help improve the nutrition and health of families around the world HOUSTON, October 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Ancestral Supplements, the founder and leader of the beef organ supplement movement, is pleased …

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Meet the Candidates Running for OK House District 64

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) – The race for District 64 of the Oklahoma House of Representatives is on, with three candidates campaigning to win your vote. Approximately 34,000 people in Comanche County, mostly in the Lawton area, are represented by the seat. Newcomer Zachary Walls is running as an Independent to …

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Herschel Walker strains with Marjorie Taylor Greene

A cheering crowd greeted the Senate hopefuls. Rome’s Eulene Dupree said Walker’s appearance with Greene boosted her support for the former soccer star. “I love Margie,” she said. “We need Herschel and we need Margie.” GOP Lieutenant Governor hopeful Burt Jones introduced Walker and predicted, “This election cycle will come …

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Chiefs rookie running back Isiah Pacheco to start against 49ers

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports on a reshuffle in the Kansas City Chiefs’ backfield. Rookie running back Isiah Pacheco is expected to start on fellow RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire. The NFL insider said the seventh round got all of the first-team reps this week in practice. The rookie has been shining …

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Watch: 2022 Homestead-Miami

Brian Lawdermilk | Getty Images Everything you need to know for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Homestead, the eighth playoff race of the 2022 campaign. Where: Farm, FloridaApproximate start time: 2:30 p.m. ET | Weekend scheduleTV/Radio: NBC, NBC Sports app, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR radio | Full TV lineupHandbag: $7,342,738Provide: …

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The shooting occurs during the Grant-Monterey Trail football game

A shooting occurred Friday night during a football game in Sacramento. A KCRA 3 photojournalist was covering the game between Grant High School and Monterey Trail High School when the shooting happened in Grant High’s parking lot. They reported seeing a car with bullet holes and an empty magazine on …

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How Jezza Williams is changing adventure travel in New Zealand

Jezza Williams’ addiction of choice has always been adventure. “Children these days look for mischief in the wrong places, when the best mischief is to rush off a big cliff,” he says, his eyes dancing. Williams, 46, has a sense of humor and an innate propensity to push boundaries, even …

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Wyc Grousbeck runs the Boston Celtics like a fan

Boston Celtics co-owner Wyc Grousbeck runs his team like a fan might based on some of his recent comments while calling to speak to the WEEI show hosts “Greg Hill”. The Boston Co-Governor doesn’t seem worried about the cost of his competitor heading into the 2022-23 NBA season. “We have …

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Morelos run out after a chair-to-kick reaction; Mulligan’s contract race; ‘don’t mention the (Liverpool) score!’

Rangers’ Alfredo Morelos is substituted against Dundee (Photo by Rob Casey/SNS Group) What is it, Alfie? All eyes were on Alfredo Morelos when his number came up and he was one of three Rangers players substituted after 73 minutes. It was obvious he wasn’t going to be happy. He trudged …

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Talk about the Trail Blazers-Kings opening night here!

Welcome to the very first Game Day thread of the Portland Trail Blazers 2022-23 season! Tonight the Blazers face the Sacramento Kings in Game 1 of 82. It’s going to be a marathon, but interesting. Hope you can join us for every contest! This is the game day feed. For …

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Get Into the ‘Spooky Spirit’ with Fort Leonard Wood Halloween Events | Article

Going from station to station, Belle (Lacie McMillin), helps the kids read “Room on the Broom” before heading inside for a spin or a treat with the library staff on the storytelling walk. ‘Halloween 2016 from the Bruce C. Clarke Library. This year, attendees will read “How to Scare a …

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Run game lays the groundwork for Vols dropping 50 burgers on Bama

Tennessee’s air assault on Alabama, largely on the right arm of Hendon Hooker and athletics Jalin Hyattmade the most of the Vols’ 52-49 win over Alabama on Saturday night at Neyland Stadium. What the Vols did against the Crimson Tide on the court was a …

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Bridge Day 2022 brings visitors new and old to southern West Virginia

FAYETTE COUNTY, WV (WVNS) – After a two-year absence, countless people flocked to Fayette County for the long-awaited return of Bridge Day, ready to take advantage of all the event has to offer. Robbie Coltrane, actor who played Hagrid in ‘Harry Potter’ movies, dies at 72 As a sea of …

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City dominates school board races

Oct. 15 – GUILFORD COUNTY – Voters in High Point will play a major role in determining which candidates will win seats on the Guilford County School Board in the fall general election. Candidates are running for five of the nine seats on the board that oversees Guilford County schools, …

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Pleasant, Kimball ready to hit a cross country track

MARION ― Casey Kimball surprised herself a few weeks ago and continues to do so. Sophomore Pleasant, who competed in the Division III Women’s Cross Country Championships as a rookie, ran 19:47 at the North Union Invitational on Oct. 1. “I knew it was the best course, but doing PR …

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Last weeks to experience a watershed moment at the Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel University

Watershed Moment, the multi-faceted project of Drexel University’s Academy of Natural Sciences (the Academy) featuring art and sound installations and an outdoor adventure walk revealing the critical importance of watersheds in our lives, ends Sunday, October 30, 2022. Featuring four experiences created by two teams of collaborating artists in response …

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Harris calls 2020 election deniers a ‘very scary situation’

Vice President Harris called it a “very chilling situation” that so many GOP candidates running to oversee state and local elections in their states have questioned or pushed baseless claims about the 2020 election. “There are 11 candidates in 11 states vying for Secretary of State, which means you’re running …

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Reviews | Spanberger’s October surprise could be Denver Riggleman

We’re approaching the home stretch of the 2022 election season in Virginia, which means we should be on the lookout for those last-minute, narrative-changing elements in tight congressional races. In other words, we should prepare for October surprises. Most likely, these surprises will come from events and personalities far beyond …

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Herschel Walker made a bad situation worse during the election campaign

Walker’s response to Wadley had to be not only believable, but competent. Although the GOP Senate nominee has mostly locked in conservative voters in the party, Republicans know there are holdouts who worry about Walker’s fundamental ability to get the job done. What Walker offered instead was a hodgepodge of …

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Outdoor photographers blown away by ‘insane’ moon jellyfish bloom near Deep Cove in British Columbia – BC

A huge bloom of moon jellyfish has outdoor filmmakers racing to a dock off Deep Cove in North Vancouver. It’s a good thing they don’t have much sting, because those who dive in the cold waters of the Indian Arm – səl̓ilw̓ət in Hun’qumyi’num – report that thousands of them …

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PPR Running Backs Rankings: Week 5 Fantasy Football Rankings, Streamers, Injury Updates & More

Week 5 was interesting for running backs as we saw some great games from rookie Breece Hall, ghost Tevin Coleman, Rhamondre Stevenson, Raheem Mostert and the first big use and distance game of the season. ‘Alvin Kamara. While tight ends and receivers remain fairly consistent, running backs are where you …

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Niki Terpstra falls and finishes last in the last Paris-Tours road race

Niki Terpstra ended his road racing career on Sunday in less than ideal fashion after the former Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders winner had the misfortune of crashing in his final event. The Dutchman fell during Sunday’s edition of Paris-Tours but fought to finish 128th and last, more than 20 …

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Appalachian Trail Conservancy moves regional office to Craighead House in South Middleton Township

Craighead House celebrates its 10th anniversary this year at 318 E Old York Road. Photographer Jason Malmon offers a look inside the restored home and property. Jason Malmont The Appalachian Trail Conservancy moved its regional office to the second floor of the Craighead House at 318 E. …

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8 Oregon Outdoor Excursions Perfect For This Mild Start Of Fall – This Is Oregon

The sun begins to set over the Wallowa Mountains and Wallowa Lake, as seen from a county park at the north end of the lake near Joseph. (Jamie Hale/Jamie Hale/The Oregonian) Let’s call it a summer booster. While some Portlanders may be feeling a little peeved about this unusually warm …

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Jury deadlocked in trial of New Orleans man accused of shooting and running over pregnant woman | Courts

A jury desperately deadlocked on Friday night as it weighed whether a man accused of shooting a pregnant woman and then using his vehicle to run over her body while her three-year-old child sat strapped to the back seat, had committed the crime. Jermaine Brisco, 29, remains charged with second-degree …

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Indianapolis Speedway News

Indianapolis 8 Hour offers a fun challenge in Briscoe October 07, 2022 | By Joey Barnes It’s a return to familiar turf for Ryan Briscoe with this weekend’s Indianapolis 8 Hours presented by AWS. Briscoe, who scored eight wins in his NTT INDYCAR SERIES career (2005-15), will make his second …

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Several North Dakota trail projects get grants for improvements

Several projects to improve trails throughout North Dakota have received grants from the State Department of Parks and Recreation’s Recreational Trails Program. The program received 15 applications requesting nearly $2.4 million in grants. The program allocated approximately $1 million through the Federal Highway Administration for six projects, applications that involved: …

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Looking for a festival, pumpkin patch or haunted trail?

Pumpkin fields, haunted houses, festivals and more are here to bring you fall. Whether you’re hoping to take the family on an adventure or want to have fun with friends, this list has something for everyone. boo at the zoo Every day until October 31. See Zoosiana transformed into a …

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Running Linux 5.19.2 on an Intel Laptop May Damage the Screen

A recent version of the Linux kernel can create an unpleasant flickering effect on Intel-powered laptops, to the point that the issue can damage the screen. The issue involves a bug in Linux kernel version 5.19.2. On Monday, an Intel software engineer named Ville Syrjälä Noted(Opens in a new window) …

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Siegel to run Indy Lights full-time with HMD in 2023 – Race Review Online

After climbing the Road to Indy ranks, Nolan Siegel will advance to the Indy Lights Championship in 2023 driving for HMD Motorsports with Dale Coyne Racing. Winner of the 2000 Indy Pro race presented by Cooper Tires and with an Indy Lights race under his belt at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna …

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History Trail | News, Sports, Jobs

Wearing masks were cousins, from left, Aubrey Merrill and Mila Stuble of Salem. Three-year-old Aubrey Merrill from Salem gives Curious George a high five. Buckeye Elementary kindergarten teacher Melinda Westbrook was at a station, waving at children, including 4-year-old Skylar Cappitte of …

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HIGH COUNTRY RUNNING: Don’t be slow

JULIE HAMMONDS Special for the Daily Sun I was in good shape for this year’s Whiskey Basin Half Marathon, and my goal was to push myself the full distance. I came out hard, determined to finish the same. Aravaipa Running had diverted many of the day’s events due to a …

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The Kendal Mountain Festival Tour arrives at the Lincoln Theater

The acclaimed Kendal Mountain Festival Tour is coming to U.S. theaters for the first time in its 42-year history and will screen at the historic Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta for one night only, Thursday, October 13 at 7 p.m. This special film event, featuring eight of the best adventure documentary …

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Weird Skyrim glitch causes player to run on horseback

A strange Skyrim A glitch resulted in a player running on his horse. This Skyrim glitch is every bit as intriguing as it sounds, leaving viewers entertained and maybe even a little confused. In some cases, the glitch inspires fans to create special mods as a tribute to the original …

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Free Press Marathon desperately needs 500-800 volunteers

It’s nearly two weeks away from the Detroit Free Press Marathon – the annual race that started in 1978 and missed just one year, 2020 – and organizers say they desperately need hundreds of volunteers willing to help. set up the course, distribute water, direct runners, connect relay runners and …

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Gogebic County ski resort seeks solutions after slopes close

WAKEFIELD, Mich. (WLUC) — Big Snow Resort is working with the Gogebic Range Trail Authority and the Snowmobile Club to find an alternate route that would replace the Gogebic County Snowmobile Trail portion 2. This follows the resort’s decision to close snowmobile access last week due to safety concerns. “It …

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5 people are running for 2 seats at the Cold Spring Council

COLD SPRING — There are five candidates vying for two seats on Cold Spring City Council. Mike Chute, Stephanie Ferguson, ryan hennen, Thomas LeGassa and Paul Waletzko are all vying for the chance to serve their community. Mike Fall: (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON)(Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON) Mike Fall is one …

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After a close race in 2019, Jessica Gutiérrez is running again for the 30th Ward alderman seat

IRVING PARK — Before Jessica “Washington” Gutiérrez was born, Chicago’s first black mayor told her father, “You better name that child after me,” she said. Although Harold Washington died before Jessica Gutiérrez could meet him, she was always inspired by her namesake’s political legacy, especially his unique ability to bring …

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130-mile Delta Bike Trail underway in four NELA parishes

VIDALIA, La. (KNOE) – A new bike path is coming to four parishes in northeast Louisiana. Legislation passed by State Rep. C. Travis Johnson in August 2022 created the Delta Bike Trail Commission, which will include the parishes of Concordia, Tensas, East Carroll and Madison. The commission’s goal is to …

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Iowa Football Rewind: Breaking down Iowa’s 2022 running back situation in four games

Iowa Hawkeyes running back Gavin Williams (25) carries the ball during a game between the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Nevada Wolf Pack at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa on Saturday, September 17, 2022. (Nick Rohlman/The Gazette) PISCATAWAY, NJ — The fact that the Iowa football team found some success …

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Berlin Marathon 2022 Results – OlympicTalk

kenyan Eliud Kipchoge broke his own world record by winning the Berlin Marathon, with a time of 2:01:09 to lower the previous record of 2:01:39 he set in the German capital in 2018. Kipchoge, 37 and a two-time Olympic champion, won his 15th victory in 17 career marathons to cement …

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Aggies Trail 14-13 after crazy first half against Arkansas

The first half of the Southwest Classic was…. memorable. The normally stingy A&M defense gave up 280 total yards and 2 passing touchdowns, including an unusual coverage bust in the secondary to allow Warren Thompson to run wide open down the field for a 56-yard touchdown pass from quarterback -Razorbacks …

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10 of the Most Scenic Adventures You Can Have in Big Sky Montana

Located in southwestern Montana, Big Sky is the mecca of adventure. With towering mountains, scenic trails, and beautiful bodies of water, adventurers here will have the opportunity to enjoy experiences such as mountain biking, hiking, and more. When the snow rolls in, this mountainous region turns into an ideal ski …

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Solon Rides Running Game, Dominating Defense to Shutout Win in West Burlington

Your preparation sports A week after snapping a two-game losing skid, Solon began a streak the other way on Friday. Solon led a powerful running game and dominant defensive effort for a 36-0 win over West Burlington on Friday for his second straight win in the Class 3A, District 5 …

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Keegan Swenson has seven hours to learn to ride road bikes

The path of WorldTour gravel road racing is a very busy, even clichéd one. Few runners travel the other way. Keegan Swenson, the discipline’s top gravel racer in the American homeland, is forging his way uphill this weekend, making his late debut at the pinnacle of road racing. The multiple …

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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Gravel Cycling (But Were Afraid to Ask)

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Everyone understands the appeal of riding a bike, but when it comes to competitive cycling, many Americans are confused or indifferent. What’s the appeal of bike racing, anyway? Is this the grandeur of the Tour de France? The raw adrenaline of downhill mountain biking racing? The human dog track, …

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Ironman’s big bet on trail running

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> When news broke in May 2021 that Ironman and UTMB were joining forces, the little corner of the internet that hosts the trail running community nearly lost its collective spirit. Skeptics lamented the end of trail running’s quirky, community-centric culture, while optimists celebrated the likelihood of better running organization, …

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Tadej Pogačar vows to disrupt UCI World Championship road race: ‘We have to do something’

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Don’t miss a moment of Paris-Roubaix and Unbound Gravel, Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España, and everything in between when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”, “type “:”link”}}”>join Outside+. Tadej Pogačar and his five Slovenian cronies will plot to ambush the …

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West Coast Trail Planning and Design

IMBA Trail Solutions planners, designers, project managers and community engagement specialists travel the country each calendar year, creating the next generation of trail development. The mileage and elevation gains they put on their hiking boots do not match the passion of each of these professionals to bring more human-powered recreation …

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Concrete Playground launches a new travel offer CP Trips

To share Tweeter To share E-mail Concrete Playground has launched a new extension of its offer to include a dedicated e-commerce travel platform, Concrete Playground Trips (CP Trips). CP trips is designed to offer Gen Z (16-25) and Millennial (26-41) travelers an exclusive selection of unique cashless itineraries across Australia …

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Lions running back D’Andre Swift expected to play against Commanders, but likely limited

DETROIT, MICHIGAN – SEPTEMBER 11: D’Andre Swift #32 of the Detroit Lions plays against the Philadelphia Eagles at Ford Field on September 11, 2022 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) Detroit Lions downgraded guard Jonah Jackson promotes two of practice squad by Brad Berreman Lions running back D’Andre …

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Suffern Cross-Country Invitational Meet: North Rockland, Somers champions

BEAR MOUNTAIN – When Sophie Ginsberg reached the finish line in fourth place, ahead of 140 other runners on Saturday, she was beside herself – happy to have finally beaten someone who had consistently passed her on the Bear course Mountain. Ginsberg, a senior from White Plains who was one …

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Margerie Reservoir Trail a misconception

For the editor, “Those who do not study history are doomed to repeat it”. This saying resonates more and more with each passing day; from the smallest to the biggest problems. In the grand scheme of things, it may seem like the first, but in local issues, it does indeed …

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Adventure rules the life of the Hubbard man | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Correspondent / Nancilynn Gatta RJ Markowitz demonstrates how to use the climbing wall at Youngstown State University’s Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center, where he is Adventure Recreation Coordinator. He graduated in 2006 from Niles McKinley High School and now lives in Hubbard with his …

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Youngsville residents outraged by running water issues

YOUNGSVILLE, Louisiana (KLFY) — Many Youngsville residents are outraged by the poor quality of their running water. Customers of Embedded total environmental solutions say this has been happening for too long and something needs to be done about it. Brady Barry says it’s been years. Man arrested for attempted murder …

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Cross-country opens the season with wave racing – The Bowdoin Orient

Last weekend, the men’s and women’s cross country teams kicked off their season with the Colby, Bates and Bowdoin (CBB) Wave Races at Pineland Farms. The encounter, against rivals Bates and Colby, was the Riders’ first chance to compete after intense pre-season training and served as motivation for their upcoming …

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Oregon Man Walks 2,000 Miles on the Oregon Trail

Don Martin plans to use his trip to write a guide for others interested in hiking the historic but rarely used trail. PRINEVILLE, Ore. – When you hear the name Oregon Trail, you might think of low-tech computer gaming and contemplate death from dysentery. But for Don Martin, hiking the …

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Canadian government requires ArriveCan app for Detroit marathon runners

If you plan to run the Detroit Free Press Marathon on October 16, you will need to download the ArriveCan app and follow Canada’s COVID protocols or you will be forced to drop out of the race. Although the marathon begins and ends in Detroit, all participants cross the Ambassador …

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Quick & Easy Adventure meal kits now available through Costco

ReadyWise Adventure 13 Collapsible Lunch Kit Jeff beat the best known John Muir Trail (FKT) time in Yosemite National Park in California, covering 220 miles in just 3d 0h 56s! SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Sept. 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fall’s favorite new launch is officially here! …

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Bucs running game, defense can make Tom Brady’s job easier

TAMPA, Fla. — Tom Brady likes the way the Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened the season, showing a greater commitment to running the ball as well as a strong, confident defense that can make the 45 quarterback’s job a little easier year. “The running game, the defense, that will win you …

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Packers trail Vikings 20-7 after three

The Vikings lead the Packers 7-0 after a The Packers won the opening coin toss and elected to postpone. Green Bay used both a 3-4 and 4-3 base defense in the first downs of the series, bringing in Krys Barnes along with De’Vondre Campbell and Quay Walker. The Packers had …

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Bison, Gophers, Johnnies remain undefeated, Vikings host GB on Sunday

North Dakota State University, University of Minnesota and St. John’s University football teams kept the momentum going, scoring wins in the second week of the season. The Minnesota Twins, however, are moving in the opposite direction with their second straight loss to the Cleveland Guardians on Saturday. On Sunday, the …

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Heartwarming video of Cadiz goalkeeper running to pits with defibrillator to treat spotted fan ▷ SportsBrief.com

The Barcelona and Cadiz players left the pitch with their play on hiatus due to a medical emergency in the stands Cadiz goalkeeper Jeremías Ledesma had rushed to the stands with medical equipment Barcelona picked up their first victory against Cadiz in 16 years after putting on an impressive display …

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Ontario’s ‘Apple Pie Trail’ is a secret tour that leads to sweet treats and hard cider

If you need inspiration for an Ontario road trip this fall, there’s a self-guided route that leads to nearly 30 enjoyable destinations. The Apple Pie Trail is a tantalizing journey through southern Georgian Bay, full of stops at cider houses, bakeries, orchards and outdoor adventures. You’ll want to go hungry …

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Open Doors’ new COO is on track

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) — Open Doors low-barrier homeless shelter in Harrisonburg has hired a new operations manager. Nate Riddle stepped into the role this week at a time of great transition for the shelter. “When the position opened up here at Open Doors, I felt it was a great opportunity …

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Trail Blazers officially announce four camp signings

The Trail Blazers officially signed Devontae Cacok, Olivier Sarre, Isaiah Miller and Jared Roden, the team announced. All four players will apparently be getting the 10 piece training camp offers. Of the group, only Cacok and Sarr hold NBA experience – Cacok played 36 games in three seasons with the …

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Beat the heat | Notes on the valley | Monith Ilavarasan

Last week my wife flew to Ohio to meet some close friends from college at a lake house. Having this long weekend to myself, I had originally planned a camping trip up to Crater Lake with a close friend of mine. Unfortunately, these plans did not work out for several …

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