5 ways to make the most of your summer near you

Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes Gasoline prices are at record highs, and as a result, travel will look a little different this summer. A CNBC article indicates that high gas prices affect the destination of almost 85% of people who plan to travel. To avoid the gas price fiasco altogether, …

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Ranking the top 14 SEC running backs

From Derrick Henry to Bo Jackson to Herschel Walker and many more, the Southeastern Conference has been graced with some of the greatest running backs the collegiate ranks have ever seen. Despite a collegiate game that evolves more towards a happy passing game, the best running backs in the country …

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Gary Martin and Connor Burns make history as two high schoolers go under-4 in same race for first time

By LetsRun.comJune 2, 2022 History was made Thursday night at the 2022 HOKA Festival of Miles in St. Louis. For the first time ever, two American high school students have gone under 4:00 to the mile in the same race. The article continues under the player Like this article ? …

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The community is invited to comment on the proposed cycle paths

Pueblo trail concept. Courtesy/LAC By Kristen LaskeyLos Alamos Daily [email protected] Los Alamos County has always been known for its recreational offerings. With the improvement and expansion of existing cycle routes under consideration, the Department of Community Services is working to improve and diversify these offerings. CSD Director Cory Styron listed …

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ShelterLogic Group Inc. Announces Newest Addition to its List of Brands with Camping Brand, CAMP&GO™

Created to further meet consumer needs for high quality, multifunctional and durable camping products, CAMP&GO is the result of the success of the RIO Gear swivel chair from the RIO Beach™ brand. The swing has become a consumer favorite and a staple for camping expeditions, so a dedicated camping brand …

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Ignoring the noise, operating with good governance are Georgia’s biggest lessons | News, Sports, Jobs

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said his decisive victory last week had everything to do with focusing on the concerns of Georgian voters and not getting stuck on past grievances, whether they come from there. former President Donald Trump, Stacey Abrams or companies that sought to punish Georgia last …

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The alleged corruption of the finalist of the electoral race in Colombia

Anti-corruption candidate Rodolfo Hernandez is due in court after Colombia’s elections over his own alleged corruption. The corruption trial is the consequence of the liberal demagogue’s alleged corruption as mayor of Bucaramanga, the capital of his native province of Santander. The lawsuit stems from corruption charges filed by the attorney …

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Catamount Trail Reopening Highlights Green Mountain Falls Foundation’s Mission | Mail from Pikes Peak

GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS • As hikers rejoice in the reopening of Catamount Trail, details highlight the work of the Green Mountain Falls Historic Foundation. When a landowner balked at the increasing number of hikers on the popular trail’s 1,300 feet that crossed private property, Mayor Jane Newberry and the board …

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Martin County High School Student’s Shortlisted Artwork Will Appear on Google’s Homepage

Martin County – Thursday, May 26, 2022: Sophie Araque-Liu, a junior from Martin County High School, was named the winner from Florida in the 14th annual Doodle for Google contest. Doodle for Google is an annual competition where students in grades K-12 create their own versions of the Google logo. …

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Denny Delivers Another Coca-Cola 600 Pole Run

Nine years after his first Coca-Cola 600 pole, Denny Hamlin added a second to his resume by a narrow margin on Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Hamlin beat Kurt Busch – who drives for Hamlin’s 23XI Racing team – by just 0.003 seconds to score the 34th pole of his …

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PCT Thru-Hike, Paradise Valley Cafe in Idyllwild (Days 13-15): Danger Zone

Day 13: Paradise Valley Cafe to Mile 161.9 (10.1 miles) The enchantment of a restaurant breakfast kept the tramily locked in the Paradise Valley Cafe until 10:30 a.m. While everyone was gorging on eggs, hash browns, and platters of meat, I nibbled on my dry, plain bagel. Unfortunately, random isolated …

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9 Fantastic Outdoor Experiences in Fort Payne, Alabama

Located in northeast Alabama, near the state border with Tennessee and Georgia, is the city of Fort Payne. Nestled in the southern foothills of the Appalachian Mountains atop Lookout Mountain, this quaint village offers visitors who love outdoor recreation an incredible array of activities and is my favorite stop in …

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WCC’s Weekley to continue racing at Fairmont State | News, Sports, Jobs

Wood County Christian senior Ben Weekley, center, signed Friday with Fairmont State University to join the school’s cross country program. Also pictured are her parents, Nicky and Dave Weekley. (Photo by Kerry Patrick) WILLIAMSTOWN — Of the five sports Ben Weekley enrolled as a student-athlete at …

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The Pierce County candidate running on the policing platform has a criminal record

Times Watchdog stories dig deep to hold power accountable, right wrongs and create change. This work is made possible by the Seattle Times Investigative Journalism Fund. Donate today to support watchdog journalism in our community. Josh Harris, who has become one of law enforcement’s fiercest defenders in a series of …

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2 hikers rescued from Resurrection Pass Trail near Cooper Landing

By Anchorage Daily News Updated: 4 hours ago Published: 4 hours ago Two hikers were rescued this week from the Resurrection Pass Trail on the Kenai Peninsula, after authorities said they had lost their orientation and encountered more snow than expected. Alaska State Troopers were notified around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday …

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Stable rock | Discover Taos

We’re going back to basics after all of our worlds were interrupted by COVID-19. Now is the time to get outside and reinvigorate a vital love of the outdoors. There’s no better way to reboot and get back outdoors than to join one of America’s fastest growing sports, rock climbing! …

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Axis Fund Manager case: Axis Mutual Fund hires Deloitte to investigate high-profile case

Axis Mutual Fund has hired Deloitte as a second investigator in the leading case after the fund widened the scope of the investigation, two people familiar with the development said. Alvarez and Marsal (A&M) are already investigating the case for Axis Mutual Fund. The fund house expanded the scope of …

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Democratic Race for Brazos County Pct. 4 Commissioner Too Close To Call

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) -The second round between Democratic Brazos County Pct. 4 Commissioner candidates Prentiss Madison and Wanda Watson are too close to be called as one vote separates the two. Currently Madison has 558 votes and Watson has 557 votes. Election officials say they are still waiting for the …

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Find your next trail adventure with State Day Hikes guides from Waterford Press

Outdoor adventures are closer than you think, but you might need a little help finding them. Waterford Press, in partnership with American Trails, has launched a series of day hikes designed to introduce you to family-friendly, wheelchair-accessible hikes in your state. Working with experts from American Trails, Waterford Press has …

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Pete Wild’s managerial journey: from running pubs to promoting Halifax for the most unlikely promotion

He is the lifelong fan who had tickets to an FA Cup tie against Premier League opposition but ended up staging one of the big upsets in the away dugout. Better still, Pete Wild, then caretaker manager of Oldham Athletic and aged just 34 at the time, spent the evening …

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PA Lt. Governor John Fetterman discharged from hospital after having pacemaker inserted – NBC10 Philadelphia

John Fetterman, Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania and Democratic Party candidate for the 2022 U.S. Senate race, left a Lancaster County hospital on Sunday morning after spending more than a week there following a stroke . Gisele, Fetterman’s wife posted a short video on Twitter of herself and Fetterman leaving Penn …

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If Dominic Cummings was still number 10, would we have given up on Ukraine? | Nick Cohen

Play down the “what if” story game and it is easy to see the West betraying the Ukrainian people. What if Donald Trump had won the 2020 US presidential election? You don’t need to go back and read his envious admiration for Vladimir Putin and all other quasi-real dictators as …

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Preakness Stakes 2022 odds, best betting strategy, cheat sheet: Expert who passed prep races posts picks

A near-full crowd is expected to be in attendance for the first time in three years when the 2022 Preakness Stakes take place at Pimlico Racecourse on Saturday. Two years ago, Pimlico officially didn’t allow any fans for the race to run in October due to COVID-19. Last year, the …

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Briefs: Arbor Day in Aspen postponed; intersection closure and trail delays next week

Arbor Day event canceled The City of Aspen Arbor Day festivities scheduled for Saturday at Paepcke Park have been postponed to a later date due to snow and cold temperatures. Saturday’s event was to include tree giveaways and family activities. Aspen intersection closing next week The intersection of Spring Street …

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Loveland Parks and Recreation Announces Kids to Parks Summer Booklet – Loveland Reporter-Herald

If your family’s summer plans include outdoor adventures but not a generous travel budget, let the City of Loveland Parks and Recreation Department guide you to the many free activities and events coming soon to a park near you. from your place. The department is releasing the 2022 Kids to …

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Time is running out as appeals court grapples with how to handle Florida’s congressional card

Govt. Ron DeSantis signed on a new congress map less than a month ago. A circuit court judge this month order a replacement card is used instead. With candidates weeks away from qualifying, what mapping should election officials use? Briefs filed in appeals court deal with scheduling issues and rapidly …

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Vidakovich Chronicle: Running With A Tough Crowd

Mike Vidakovitch As I write this I know they are out there on the roads running, training. As soon as I stop typing this, I better get out there and run a few miles. The need to try to follow is always there. The 60-69 age groups are a tough …

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Bendura and Campbell shine at National Collegiate Track Race Championship

History links Athens, Ohio— richmond long distance runner Jordan Bendura finished second and teammate noah campbell took sixth place at the National Collegiate Running Championships in Athens, Ohio, earlier this month. Held as part of the Thunderbunny 11K at Strouds Run State Park, Bendura capped off …

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Office of Outdoor Recreation awards $11 million for outdoor recreation projects in Utah

Salt Lake City – The Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity (Go Utah) recently announced the largest grant funding yet from the Utah Outdoor Recreation Grant (UORG) program. The bureau will award $11 million in matching grants to 85 outdoor recreation projects in Utah, totaling more than $90 million in project …

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Time is running out on the ‘only chance’ for a climate bill

The House passed this budget reconciliation bill, an approximately $2 trillion climate and social policy bill, in November. But the bill, which all 50 Republicans and two Democrats in the chamber oppose, languishes in the Senate. Without it or equally ambitious federal legislation, the United States, responsible for most of …

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Royal Enfield BTR road racing season begins at VIR – Roadracing World Magazine

LADIES – START YOUR ENGINES! ROYAL ENFIELD BTR ROAD RACING LAUNCHES AT VIR Fifteen women ready for 2022 BUILD. TRAIN. RACE. opening round this weekend at Virginia International Raceway. Milwaukee, WI (Tuesday, May 17, 2022) – Female racers and female builders reach new heights in road racing in 2022, where …

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Mount Everest is experiencing the best weather window in a decade

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Mount Everest climbers celebrate after more than a week of successful summit expeditions made possible by an unusually long stretch of good weather. A spokesman for Nepal’s Ministry of Tourism said Outside that approximately 450 mountaineers reached the highest point in the world between Saturday May 7 and Sunday …

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How do we run the party without any ideology: Regional leaders interview Rahul

IT’S TIME Congress came to terms with the reality that it no longer dominates the opposition space, political parties said on Monday in a strong reaction to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s statement to the Chintan Shivir party the watch, according to which the regional counterparts “lack ideology”. to confront the …

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John Fetterman, Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania Senate candidate, stroke victim

Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, who is running for the Senate in Tuesday’s primary, said Sunday he suffered a stroke on Friday. Fetterman tweeted a statement saying the doctors managed to remove the clot, reverse the stroke and “get my heart under control”. He said doctors told him he had …

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30th Annual National Trails Day

Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. Come participate in National Trails Day® on Saturday, June 4 with the American Hiking Society and trail organizations nationwide! If you love the trails and spending time on the trails of Arizona enriches your life, this is the perfect opportunity …

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Sandal Battle Championship: Chaco vs. Birkenstock

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> This article is part of Outside‘s Sandal Battle. See the full field of applicants here. Here’s our recap of the Elite Eight. Below is our breakdown of the Final Four action. Additionally, we have a preview of the championship round. Here it is, friends. The final game. After more …

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Texas all-state running back Seth Davis announces upcoming commitment; Pac-12, SEC schools among finalists

Over the past two years, few running backs in America have been as productive as Katy High School (Texas) star Seth Davis. As a sophomore, the 5-foot-8, 175-pound defenseman rushed for 1,625 yards and 17 touchdowns. He was even better last fall, rushing for 2,422 yards and 28 touchdowns while …

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SEC finish steeplechase 3-4 for Logan Jolly, Krissy Gear

OXFORD, Miss. –Running late into the night at the SEC Outdoor Championships after a weather delay of more than five hours, Arkansas totaled 11 points in the steeplechase after third- and fourth-place finishes from Logan Jolly and Krissy Gear. Through seven of 21 events scored, Auburn currently leads the team …

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West Seattle Blog… | FOLLOW-UP: West Seattle ultra-runner tries the Olympic Discovery Trail again this weekend

Tomorrow, as hundreds, if not thousands, of people don jackets and head out to sell or shop at garage sales, one West Seattle resident will take on an intense challenge just hours from home. Riley Nachtrieb sent this announcement of what she plans to start tomorrow morning, whatever the weather: …

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Bridger Ski Foundation seeks Nordic Development Program Head Coach – FasterSkier.com

job description Bridger Ski Foundation (BSF) is a community-based 501(c)(3) non-profit ski organization located in the ideal outdoor adventure town of Bozeman, Montana. BSF provides and funds educational and competitive programs for all ages, year round, in Nordic, Alpine and Freestyle/Freeskiing. BSF works with over 800 Nordic ski athletes of …

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Fantasy Football: 2021 NFL rookie running backs who are underrated by draft position | Fantasy Football News, Rankings and Screenings

The relation between fancy the average draft position (ADP) and the actual draft position are quite strong and also linear. Therefore, I used historical fantasy football data from the past three years to construct a valuation curve between actual NFL Draft positions and where rookies are taken in fantasy drafts. …

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Millions Raised in Maryland Congressional Races, But Just a Few Real Contests

WASHINGTON — Candidates in competitive congressional races in Maryland are raising millions ahead of the July 19 primary, while Democratic incumbents in what are considered safe seats use their fundraising power to support the party and its candidates elsewhere, according to Federal Election Commission documents. Maryland has only two high-profile …

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Spend this spring on the Schuylkill River Trail and River – The Mercury

Spring is for the outdoors. The Schuylkill River Trail and the Schuylkill River are two resources available for people looking to spend some time in the sun this season. Below is a list of upcoming events taking place along the trail and river. Trail Talk and Cleanup in Reading on …

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Ashland School Board to Consider New Outdoor School Name – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

‘TRAILS Outdoor School’ and ‘Ashland Outdoor School’ were shortlisted by the committee and fully supported by the faculty, staff and students of John Muir Outdoor School After months of deliberation and evaluating community suggestions, a committee responsible for recommending new names for the John Muir Outdoor School was due to …

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Senator Chris Pearson not running for re-election

Sen. Chris Pearson, P/D-Chittenden, left, talks with Sen. Michael Sirotkin, D-Chittenden, at the Statehouse in Montpelier in February 2020. File photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger Sen. Chris Pearson, P/D-Chittenden, said he is not running for re-election this year. The Burlington Progressive has been in Vermont politics since 1998, working for then-U.S. …

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Matt Lesser drops CT secretary of state race after missing Democratic endorsement

State Sen. Matt Lesser said Tuesday he would step down as Connecticut’s state race secretary and instead run for re-election in his senatorial district. The Middletown resident lost the Democratic party’s endorsement at the state convention on Saturday, finishing second to state Rep. Stephanie Thomas of Norwalk. Although he qualified …

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…and you’ll know Trail of Dead by its Quad ride

…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead returns with “XI: Bleed Here Now,” released in stereo quadraphonic sound and Regular Matrix. By Mix Staff Published: 05/09/2022 …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead returns with XI: Bleed Here Now, released in stereo quadraphonic sound …

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Breaking / The IMS Outdoors tour is suspended for 2022

There is bad news for outdoor motorsports enthusiasts looking forward to the IMS Outdoors Show in 2022. IMS has just announced that the events will not be taking place for the foreseeable future. According to one representative, changes in how powersports manufacturers and associated industry partners promote their products and …

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Four Republicans vying for South Dakota’s District 11 seat

A record number of South Dakota Republicans are seeking a spot in the state legislature. And in District 11, a legislative district that encompasses parts of west Sioux Falls, four candidates, including an incumbent, are hoping to win enough support in the June 7 primary to qualify for the November …

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Port Arthur mayoral race heads into second round

The race for mayor of Port Arthur is heading for a second round. With the 36 declared voting centers and 7,747 ballots cast, no candidate crossed the 50% threshold. Incumbent Thurman “Bill” Bartie was in the lead with 47.28% of the vote, more than 20 percentage points over the closest …

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Missouri US House candidates enter campaign trail with no defined precincts or voters

Campaigning before a group of seniors in Brentwood, Missouri, Democrat Ray Reed has no idea if the people he asks to vote for him will ever see his name on their ballots. Brentwood currently sits in the 2nd congressional district, represented by Republican Ann Wagner. It’s the district Reed hopes …

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Matthew Thomas Woodman | News, Sports, Jobs

1992 — 2022 Matthew Thomas Woodman died on March 19, 2022 at the age of 30. He suffered from periodic epileptic attacks, the last of which resulted in cardiac arrest. Matthew was born in San Antonio, TX in 1992 to Thomas Woodman and Vicki Ralls-Woodman. When …

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Meadowcreek High School Football Running Back Jordan Louie Recruitment Profile

NORCROSS, Ga. — The greater Atlanta area continues to produce top prospects, seemingly more every year. One prospect who is starting to see an increase in his recruiting stock hails from suburban Atlanta. We’ll take a look. Jordan Louis Height: 6’0″, 210 pounds Position: ball carrier High School: Norcross (Ga.) …

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Getting to Know Loveland Mayor Jacki Marsh

Jonson Kuhn | North Forty News Loveland Mayor Jacki Marsh has been winning for some time now, having first served as mayor in 2017, though she wasn’t necessarily the favored candidate expected to win; she was elected to a total of three consecutive terms, but winning three mayoral elections was …

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The Watkins Glen Gorge Trail Bridge will be renovated

WATKINS GLEN, NY (WETM) – The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation announced today that the bridge near the Franklin Street entrance to Watkins Glen State Park Gorge Trail will be closed for renovations this season. A recently completed inspection of the bridge revealed that significant …

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Mount Hood has two new speed records. The guy who rode them was wearing short shorts.

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> On April 24, 26-year-old Jack Kuenzle summited and descended 11,254-foot Mount Hood in Oregon in record time: 1 hour 31 minutes 31 seconds. The route’s 5,254-foot elevation gain included an extensive technical section involving a narrow ridge and a steep drop. He beat the existing fastest known time (FKT) …

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Dallas’ second oldest Tom Thumb gets a makeover

One of Dallas’ oldest Tom Thumb stores has had a facelift. The store is at 10455 N. Central Expy., in the center of Central Meadow Market, located just off US-75 on the west side of the highway, just below Royal Lane. The store has received the following improvements: wide selection …

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SEC Runner of the Week Award for the Razorback 4 x 1500 Relay

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama. – Racing past a crowd that totaled 38,843 fans on a sunny Saturday at the Penn Relays Carnival, Arkansas’ 4 x 1500 relay produced a historic moment that won’t soon be forgotten by anyone who saw the Razorbacks meet with North Carolina State. Arkansas took the win in …

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El Paseo trail proposal pending, say Southwest Side aldermen

PILSEN — The Southwest Side’s proposed El Paseo trail is on hold after it was left out of a citywide plan to expand bike and pedestrian paths throughout the city, according to local aldermen. The project, which would create a 4.2-mile-long stretch of greenway in Pilsen and Little Village along …

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A new season of Jersey Shore fun with The Mainland Adventure Park

Mainland Adventure Park is now open for the 2022 season with a newly renovated arcade, kitchen and lobby. Add high-flying adventures to your next Jersey Shore vacation! MANAHAWKIN, NJ, May 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Mainland Adventure Park has officially opened for the 2022 season, with new renovations and additions to …

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Dave Ziegler: We want to build depth, from competition to running back

Getty Images Given that new Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels has traditionally used running backs in his offense, it was hardly surprising that Las Vegas turned down the fifth-year option on Josh Jacobs‘ contract last week. Then the Raiders drafted a pair of running backs on Day 3, taking Georgia’s …

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Russell and Higgins get into the race to run against Salazar – CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami) — After months without finding a candidate to run against Republican Congresswoman Maria Elvira Salazar, Democrats now find themselves with two candidates and a primary that could be costly and hotly contested. CBS Miami has learned that Miami City Commissioner Ken Russell is expected to drop out of …

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Candy. Cheese. Toys. A Day on the Amish Trail | News, Sports, Jobs

Spent an afternoon on the Amish Trail last weekend which was a lovely thing to do on a day when the sun had finally decided to show up for spring. And the truth is, there’s no better place than on a country road in the spring. This is …

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“Hobby is a constructive way to take creative risks”

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): “A hobby is a constructive way to take creative risks. A hobby presents its own set of challenges that force you to use your brain differently. Because creativity is a translatable skill, you will benefit from skill-solving activities. problems while having a positive outlet for stress,” said …

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Peace education shortlisted for $25,000 grant

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — peace educationa Louisville-based program at Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS), aims to reduce violence through conflict resolution. Organizers teach young men how to resolve disagreements without fists or weapons. What do you want to know Peace education aims to strengthen the community by reducing violence The Navigators …

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School board candidates explain race as independents in partisan races

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) – In Williamson County, some school board candidates are running as independents in protest that the race is partisan. Several Williamson County School Board meetings have been lively during the pandemic. Parents disagreed on COVID-19 policy. That’s when Kristi Bidinger started going to meetings. “I can’t let …

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Reframe, Trail Fame and Rename go GA-ME

Having worked with young people for most of my life, I have always been able to see strength where others may see challenge. The bossy child was a natural leader, the needy child was warm and loving, and the stubborn student was persistent. It’s not just about coating something with …

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Unions, States Ask 10th Circ. Support the rise in wages for entrepreneurs

By Emily Brill (April 28, 2022, 6:10 p.m. EDT) – A coalition of unions and nonprofits has urged the Tenth Circuit to allow enforcement of regulations raising the minimum hourly wage for federal contractors to $15 , telling the court a federal judge rightly shot down a request from a …

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Salmi nominee for Houghton board | News, Sports, Jobs

Salmi HOUGHTON — Since attending city council meetings for a merit badge during his scouting days, Michael Salmi has been interested in civics. “Certainly with the big decisions that have taken place over the past few years, as a taxpayer and a citizen of the Town …

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Manistee County Calendar of Events Features Civic Actors, High School Productions, Sculpture Tours

Looking for something to do? Here is a list of local events and activities in Manistee County and beyond. To submit an event, email the time, date and location information to [email protected] Recurring events • 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Manistee Historical Museum, Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 …

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7 Moving Experiences on America’s Civil Rights Trail in Alabama

No other state in the country has had as much historical impact on the civil rights movement as Alabama. Violence, injustice, and racism were the mainstays of life for African Americans who were treated as second-class citizens throughout the South, even after the abolition of slavery. Jim Crow laws discriminated …

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All six candidates elected to Graduate Student Council, six registered

Voters elected the six candidates running and six writing to the Graduate Student Council (GSC) in this year’s Associated Student of Stanford University (ASSU) election. Of the 15 council seats, 12 were filled, according to the elections results released on Monday. The graduate student participation rate rose from 8.73% last …

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Gobustan hosts the trail race [PHOTO/VIDEO]

Gobustan hosts the trail race [PHOTO/VIDEO]

April 25, 2022 5:50 p.m. (UTC+04:00) 270 By Laman Ismayilova The Trail Running Race took place in Gobustan. More than a hundred runners took part in the marathon, co-organized by the Gobustan State Historical and Art Reserve and the Mountain Sports Club. The main objective of the race is to …

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Trail Talk: Open spaces in and around Colorado Springs thrive on volunteers | Way of life

Colorado Springs is famous for Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. We are called Olympic City USA. We are a popular destination for tourists, retirees and relocations. May I suggest that we should also be recognized for our large number of volunteers. I have never lived anywhere with so …

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9 Most Exciting Campsites in Florida

Florida is one of the best destinations to enjoy different types of outdoor experiences and camping is one of the most memorable. Clear weather, abundant nature and numerous bodies of water combine perfectly to set the scene for a pleasant camping experience. With nature abundant in many parks across the …

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The starting line | Running in memory of his son | Health and fitness

Chicago’s Kurt Diana is a longtime runner who will run the Christie Clinic Illinois Half Marathon for the third time on April 30. He appreciates the personalized bibs, the spectators shouting his name as he passes by and the finish at Memorial Stadium. “The support is just excellent throughout,” said …

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Christopher Bell uses final race to knock teammate Martin Truex Jr. off pole at Talladega

TALLADEGA, Ala. – Christopher Bell took pole at Talladega Superspeedway by setting the fastest lap as the last driver to qualify on Saturday. Bell edged out his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Martin Truex Jr. for first place with a 180.928 mph lap in his Toyota. Truex qualified second at 180.652 …

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Homer Rouse Trail is a fun, dog-friendly hike in Estes Park

On a windy and changeable Easter afternoon, my friend and I drove to the intersection of Fish Creek Road and the entrance to Cheley Camp to hike the Homer Rouse Trail. This is a four mile round trip that took us about two hours and provided many delightful moments. You …

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The Recorder – Bringing ‘a hidden gem’ to light: State officials talk about importance of tourism in Franklin County

GREENFIELD — Two state officials traveled from eastern Massachusetts to Greenfield Friday morning for a Franklin County Chamber of Commerce breakfast focused on tourism and the economic life it can breathe into the region. Keiko Matsudo Orrall, executive director of the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism, and Tony D’Agostino, …

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INSTITUTE CLUE: Holocaust deniers running to oversee elections

According to an ongoing tally by a pro-democracy nonprofit UNITED STATESnumber of Holocaust deniers* nationwide currently running for governor, attorney general, or secretary of state – offices that manage, oversee, and protect elections: at least 89 Many of the 13 Southern states** are holding elections for executive positions this year: …

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Hilarious video of Euston station ‘runs’ shows chaos as passengers run for trains

A Londoner has shared a hilarious clip of ‘Euston Races’ as he struggles to get a seat on his train. Marlon shared the video on TikTok and it quickly racked up views, having gained 1.3 million so far. In the video, captioned ‘It’s not necessary’, Marlon says to the camera …

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Dallas Trail Ride groups meet with police in bid to make events safer after shooting – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

In the weeks since a field party in Oak Cliff turned into a deadly shooting, the community rallied together to find a way to make sure it never happened again. “It was scary. We still deal with it,” Dwayne Gray said. As CEO of the WolfPack Riding Club, Gray is …

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Proposed ‘adventure park’ in Frayser would include trails, hiking and biking

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – Davy Crockett’s Links may soon trade tee times for trails. Mayor Jim Strickland is proposing more than $3 million in his budget to create an adventure game at the now-closed Frayser Golf Course. Golf at the site has ended, but the city of Memphis has declared …

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Best running back option for Chiefs at every turn

The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t found much success in the running backs room lately. Last season, they got a modest production in a room that included former first-round pick Clyde Edwards-Helaire, former undrafted free agent Darrel Williams and free agent signing Jerick McKinnon. It’s safe to say the team are …

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Incumbents dominate fundraising in Washington, Idaho congressional races

WASHINGTON — Fundraising in the races for Congress in Washington and Idaho has so far been dominated by incumbents, campaign finance disclosures filed Friday show, with few competitive races attracting the major outside spending seen in other parts of the country. Reports filed with the Federal Election Commission covering fundraising …

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Interstate 84 exit to Eagle Creek Trail is closed due to construction

Gorge-bound hikers who already have timed tickets and permits to get to their destination now have another hurdle: construction on Interstate 84. As of today, exit 41 is closed to the public while the final road project gets underway. This off-ramp leads to Eagle Creek Recreation Area, the forested canyon …

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Adventure® Medical Kits Introduces New Coastguard Approved Marine Series

“When designing this series, we wanted to offer the right range of kits and content to meet the needs of any boater,” says Garrett Coxhead of marketing at Adventure Ready Brands, the New Hampshireparent company based at Adventure® Medical Kits. “Receiving the Coast Guard Seal of Approval has been a …

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MGM Park runs cashless concessions

BILOXI, Miss. (WLOX) – As the Shuckers adjust to playing at home in Biloxi for the new season, fans are adjusting to a new payment system for concessions. This is the first time they have to hide the money and flash the card, and it takes some by surprise. “Yes, …

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NASCAR at Bristol dirt race heat results and truck updates

Kyle Larson (5) and Ryan Blaney (12) exit Turn 4 during a practice session Friday, April 15, 2022, for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series car race at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee (David Crigger/ Bristol Herald Courier via AP) David Crigger PA Bristol, Tenn. Ben Rhodes won the NASCAR’s Truck …

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Change of direction: Polly Merhar changes career and opens Trail Ready Massage in Bemidji – Bemidji Pioneer

BEMIDJI — It’s never too late to change, or so believes new massage therapist Polly Merhar. Merhar, who is in his 50s, spent most of his life working in business administration before deciding to take his career in a whole new direction. Now she is a nationally certified massage therapist …

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Hike through Hesitation to the top of Lazy Mountain

A view from the top of Lazy Mountain, 3,720 feet high, Sunday, April 10 in Palmer. (Photo by Alli Harvey) When it comes to tough outdoor activities, I’m the queen of mercy. If I’m in pain? I do not insist. When I’m not having fun anymore? As long as I …

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Houston Texans draft target: Late round ending to help run the game?

The Houston Texans need to fill a tight end need in the upcoming 2022 NFL Draft. With Pep Hamilton as offensive coordinator, Houston plans to field a fast-paced offense with a focus on football management. A strong tight end – or two – to add to the stroke lock is …

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Monitoring changes in direction; on the road to Auburn

History links War Eagle Heat Sheets War Eagle Final Schedule CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — The University of Tennessee track and field team at Chattanooga changed direction this weekend when Georgia Tech canceled its meet. The Mocs will now travel to …

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Spratlin inducted into Auburn’s Tiger Trail | Sports

Chip Spratlin’s moment in the sun dates back 27 years, but it’s a feat they will never forget at Auburn University. Spratlin won the 1995 NCAA golf championship while playing for Auburn, and the Johnson City native’s accomplishments will be commemorated on the Tiger Trail, where the university’s sports greats …

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The best places to see cherry blossoms in North Jersey

A lovely indicator of warm weather, cherry blossoms are a sweet treat that brighten up any block when in bloom. While they signify spring, they are also said to represent a time of renewal and the fleeting nature of life. Walk around Hoboken and you will see them sporadically, but …

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Despite departures, Gophers look promising for running back

When Kirk Ciarrocca returning to the Gophers as offensive coordinator in early December, he was back with a team that had a potential embarrassment of riches to run into in 2022. Mohammad Ibrahim2020 third-team All-America winner, was on the mend after an Achilles tendon injury that ended his 2021 season …

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Who is running and what is the position of the candidates on the key issues?

The Road to November: The latest on Georgia’s gubernatorial race Governor Kemp signed HB 1302 which will return money to Georgia taxpayers in response to the state budget surplus. GOP challenger David Perdue countered by saying Kemp hadn’t returned enough money to taxpayers. Meanwhile, Democrat Stacey Abrams has filed a …

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