Nine candidates for the St. Peter School Board | Local News

ST. PETER – Nine people are vying for three vacant seats on the St. Peter School Board. Incumbents Drew Dixon and Vickie Hager are standing for re-election. Long-time board member Jon Carlson is retiring. The new candidates are Marty Duncan, Teri Hopkins, Krystal Loula, Kate Martens, Josh Moberg and Rita …

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How to use running apps to hit the road

I like running for the sole reason that you can do it anywhere. I ran in foreign cities, taking advantage of this time to explore the alleys and lesser known monuments. In total, I completed 13 marathons, including Boston, New York and Chicago. I even ran the Beijing Marathon in …

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Land dispute closes another popular hiking trail in Colorado

Another popular Colorado hiking trail was closed to the public on Wednesday due to a private property dispute. Catamount Trail, a hiking trail west of Colorado Springs, will be closed until further notice, according to the Green Mountain Falls Facebook post. Officials said the closure came after a resident discovered …

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From running in jeans to world records

TOKYO (AP) – The young Norwegian has already joined a spur of the moment 200m race wearing nothing but jeans and a loose t-shirt. He won. It shouldn’t have been a surprise. The child’s name? Karsten Warholm. This course ? This put him on a road that led him first …

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AU women make their mark on the recruiting trail

University of Arkansas women’s basketball coach Mike Neighbors has help recruit one of the nation’s top prospects in 2022 thanks to two current Razorbacks and a future. ESPN 4-star guard Ysabella Fontleroy is friends with Arkansas first-year forward Maryam Dauda and first-year guard Jersey Wolfenbarger as well as 2022 guard …

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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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NPS: partnership helped improve Teton Park trail

By Oil City Staff on July 20, 2021 Trail crew members are working on Hurricane Pass in 2020. According to the National Park Service, sections of the Teton Crest Trail are undergoing renovations in 2021. (Photo by J. Bonney; courtesy National Parks Service ) Grand Teton National Park announced a …

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Indian Trail Rescue says ducks were used as a shooting target

INDIAN TRAIL, NC (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – Carolina Waterfowl Rescue recently rescued 43 ducks from Martin Luther King Park in Statesville after several reports of injured and domestic ducks in the area. Injurying herself and surrendering birds is an unfortunate part of the rescue job, but when reports from Statesville …

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6 outdoor activities rubber boots are good for

Colder weather can make your love for the outdoors less appealing. But, with Wellington boots, you can walk around without getting into trouble. With your rubber boots on, you can explore muddy trails and keep a close eye on animal tracks. Therefore, Wellington boots are essential for anyone who would …

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Namibian runners banned from 400-meter race at Olympics

The two Namibian runners, who set the fastest time in the 400 meters this year, will not be able to compete at the Tokyo Olympics. Runner suspension Shakeri richardsonShelby Furihan, tested positive for marijuana in US Olympic trials His positive steroid test was attributed to pork burritos, made headlines and …

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US warns Hong Kong government could demand company and customer data, perform warrantless surveillance • The Register

Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam criticized a U.S. government advisory warning businesses against warrantless surveillance and the potential for forced handing over of business and customer data in the Special Administrative Region (SAR). the advisory [PDF], released Friday US time by the US Departments of State, Treasury, Commerce, and …

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Tamarack Fire closes part of the Pacific Coast Trail

Eastern California National Forest officials said on Sunday they were closing a 26-mile stretch of the Pacific Coast Trail as a lightning-triggered wildfire exploded rapidly nearby and extreme weather conditions. dangerous threats threatened to worsen the situation. The Tamarack fire, which began July 4 in Alpine County, fell from 500 …

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Spa traffic no problem as Malathaat is running strongly

SARATOGA SPRINGS – Wait, the race isn’t until next week. Malathaat and jockey John Velazquez were working with their teammate Zaajel on Saturday morning in preparation for the Coaching Club American Oaks. The main track at Saratoga Racecourse is still a hive of activity for the first round of gallops …

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Summit County trail traffic follows same trend as in 2020

Erik Stolz is preparing to hike a section of the Colorado Trail at the Rainbow Lake Trailhead in Frisco on Saturday, July 17, 2021. Local experts believe this year’s trail traffic will be roughly like 2020.Photo by Ashley Low / Ashley Low Photography Last summer turned out to be a …

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Rohweder plans to run for Ward 3 in 2023

GALESBURG – Kyle Rohweder plays many roles in Galesburg. He’s a grassroots punk rocker, small business owner, and member of the Knox County Board of Directors. In 2023, he hopes to take on another title, that of municipal councilor. The owner of Glory Days barbershop announced via Facebook his intention …

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Ice Age Trail veterans stop in Wausau

WAUSAU, Wisconsin (WSAW) – Veterans who pledged to travel 1,200 miles on the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin have stopped at Wausau Foreign War Veterans Station 388. The trail is traveled by many veterans a part of Warrior expeditions, a non-profit organization that teaches veterans how to use the outdoors …

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9 fantastic things to do in Old Town Scottsdale

The Old West comes to life while sharing the historic streets of Scottsdale with intriguing art galleries, modern craft breweries, foodie favorite haunts, charming wineries, and boutiques that invite you to stroll and explore their wares. Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona is steeped in cowboy history and has turned into a …

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Try one of our favorite bike races of the year

“],” renderIntial “: true,” wordCount “: 350}”> As summer is in full swing, cyclists embrace the return of cycling events. “People are obviously very excited to go out together and do things again,” says Ben Delaney, cycling group editorial director for Outside Inc. “The energy of participating in cycling events …

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Curious nature: Camping with children 101

Going out with your children is one of the most important things you can do for their first experiences in life.Daily Special Here in Colorado, we have beautiful grounds and outdoor activities providing unique and exciting experiences. We love to share these experiences with everyone, including our children. Bringing children …

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Delaware River Heritage Trail 130 Bypass makes its debut

Burlington County officially cut the ribbon Saturday morning on a new 5.5-mile portion of the Delaware River Heritage Trail at Crystal Lake Park in Mansfield. Open to walkers, hikers, and bikers alike, the Delaware River Heritage Trail 130 Bypass is the largest addition to the network in South Jersey to …

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Benjamin Guillaume Thomas | Obituary

Benjamin Guillaume Thomas December 30, 1983 – July 3, 2021 On July 3, 2021, Ben Thomas, our beloved son and brother, passed away at the age of 37. Ben was born in Roosevelt. UTAH. Ben graduated from Mt Hood Community College. He worked on a fish processing vessel in the …

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Ruth Croft, the ice queen of ultra-running

Cloakroom Phenomenal Kiwi trail runner Ruth Croft reveals the tips for surviving her first 100 mile run in scorching conditions and being the second woman home. As Ruth Croft moved through the scorching heat of the canyon depths of California’s Gold Country, she tinkled like a reindeer. The famed ultralight …

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Dow on the move; primary becomes interesting | Editorials

Republican State Representative Rebecca Dow has announced she will run for governor, and her candidacy gives Republicans the opportunity to remember their roots – conservative values, fiscal prudence, and common sense – while at the same time moving the party away from the Trumpian poison that threatens to strangle the …

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Essex-Hudson Greenway Trail from Montclair to Jersey City NJ in Danger

Defenders of the Essex-Hudson Greenway, a proposed walking and cycling trail that would stretch from Montclair to Jersey City, say New Jersey rulers are allowing a once-in-a-lifetime escape opportunity. The Essex-Hudson Greenway project, in a statement released last month, said: “The dream of creating a nine-mile, 135-acre linear park in …

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Hancock School District Changes COVID Policy

2 hours ago Featured, Local News, News 333 views When the bell first rings right after Labor Day, the students at Hancock are going to notice some changes. Many protocols put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic will be optional for the next school year. Superintendent Steve Patchin says students …

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Best Places in Missouri for a Family Vacation

From its rich history and incredible arts and culture to charming river towns and incredible outdoor adventures, Missouri is a destination for every member of the family! As you start planning your summer trip or weekend road trip, here are seven different places in Missouri that your entire crew – …

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Giants A native waterfall running in despair

Andrew Vitek has driven cars across the country and around the world. The aborigines of Wyoming County never drove at least the highly competitive East Northampton Street. Vitek will add the East Northampton Street Course to the list of places he has raced in his professional career when he attends …

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Shohei Ohtani hits No.29 home run for Angels

Angels rally against Yankees stirs memories of even bigger ninth inning comeback in Bronx As impressive as Wednesday night’s 11-8 win over the New York Yankees was, the Angels scored seven runs in the ninth inning, including Jared Walsh’s tying grand slam against closest Aroldis Chapman, to overcome an 8 …

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A windy and happy start for Menantic Yacht Club

Part of the Menantic Yacht Club fleet sailing towards the windward mark on Sunday June 27. (Credit: Betsy Colby) The long-range weather forecast for last Sunday called for cloudy to partly sunny conditions with a wind blowing between 10 and 20 knots. Sailors love the wind and Mother Nature did …

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