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Inslee Issues Additional Guidance on Construction Activities

first_imgFacebook49Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington Governor Jay InsleeOn Friday, Gov. Jay Inslee announced a plan to allow current construction projects to be completed. Today, the governor clarified the initial guidance memo and issued a guide to frequently asked questions about construction activities.The guidance is an addendum to his “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” proclamation, the construction requirements that apply to all previously and newly authorized construction activities in Washington as long as Gubernatorial Proclamation 20-25, or any extension, is in effect.Authorized construction now includes:Construction previously authorized under Proclamation 20-25 and Gov. Inslee’s March 25, 2020, memo on construction.Construction not previously authorized under Proclamation 20-25 and the March 25, 2020, memo that was in existence on March 23, 2020. For purposes of this memo, in existence means construction activity that is a) needed to fulfill an obligation under a contract effective prior to March 23, 2020, or b) authorized by a government-issued permit obtained prior to March 23, 2020.Read the full guidance here.last_img read more

Man City fan buys jersey and writes angry message for VAR on it

first_imgAdvertisement q4NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs3z4e9Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E5av74( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) rso6hmzWould you ever consider trying this?😱4vq5hCan your students do this? 🌚j79Roller skating! Powered by Firework Manchester City are not great friends with the VAR in the past few months. Raheem Sterling’s effort almost sent his side to the Champions League semi-finals with a goal against Tottenham in April. But the wild scenes were cut short after VAR ruled out the goal for offside. Now that, VAR has been introduced in the Premier League, there are already signs of epic controversies it brought with it. And City have been the first victim.Advertisement Gabriel Jesus scored in the final minute against Spurs, this time in the Premier League, but, VAR yet again was the villain as City’s celebrations was cut short to be ruled out for a Aymeric Laporte handball. Manchester City however, aren’t the only teams to suffer the wrong end of this new technology. Many fans from a number of teams have began chanting ‘F*** VAR’ in protest against it’s use.Advertisement One Cityzen may have the most angst for the VAR and has gone to extreme lengths to show his displeasure with it.@Citizen_baker unveiled his new City shirt on Twitter, which has ‘F*** VAR’ on the back.This might appear as a very odd way to express your emotion, but each to their own. Don’t think that this shirt is fake, but the fan seems determined to prove, it isn’t.When another Twitter user called his shirt fake, to which he replied:‘Someone doesn’t know me’.The bloke claims he bought it for just £13 from China and has been getting a fair bit of stick in the internet. Nevertheless he seems to be pretty content with his purchase.  Advertisementlast_img read more

Sourav Ganguly refuses to be drawn into ‘persona agenda’ about Ravi Shastri as he…

first_imgAdvertisement v49mNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsx7lWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E170q( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 8kc43yWould you ever consider trying this?😱8jkejqCan your students do this? 🌚5h9mkmRoller skating! Powered by Firework Sourav Ganguly is a very busy man ever since he was chosen as the new BCCI president. The official coronation was done on Sunday, and Ganguly has just managed to get back to Kolkata after a flurry of activities. However, with the former Indian skipper opened up on a numerous issue in his new role, during a interview with the Times of India.Advertisement These are some of the excerpts from the interview:Advertisement Will you place the moment of being announced as the BCCI president ahead of your cricketing glories?My cricketing days cannot be compared with any other position or feeling. Probably because of my cricketing glories that I got this opportunity to serve Indian cricket.Advertisement What will be your 10-month plan of action?Let me take over the position on October 23 first. There’s a lot of work to be done. I think 10 months is a lot of time to take it forward. A lot of clean-up needs to be done especially with what has happened in the last three years. Everything needs to get back in orderHow big a role will Jagmohan Dalmiya’s inspiration play in your new role?He is a legend and an inspiration, but I will do my work the way I know itWhat are the takeaways of being the CAB chief that you think will hold you in good stead as the BCCI president?The administrative capabilities, organising abilities, getting things done, rules and regulations will come in handy for all of us.As a selector, are you in favour of Dhoni continuing with the shorter forms/limited overs game?Let me and my team join on October 23 and then we will find out what it is, why he hasn’t played and what his future is from the selectors’ point of view.You must have received so many congratulatory calls and messages from family, friends, colleagues and fans. Did Ravi Shastri call too?(Smiles) Please don’t ask me these questions. I am not here for any personal agenda. I am here to serve Indian cricket. My formula is simple – whoever is the best will be given an opportunity. That’s all. Advertisementlast_img read more

Yuvraj Singh slams current crop of Indian players: There’s no respect for seniors!

first_imgImage Courtesy: ESPNcricinfo/AFPAdvertisement bhgNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs51z8m4sqWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E3amw2( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 40vvWould you ever consider trying this?😱bqqpCan your students do this? 🌚Roller skating! Powered by Firework The Indian cricket team has sen some talented youthful entries in recent times. Young talents from all over the country have cemented their spots in the squad with brilliant performances, and have filled spots left vacant by the previous stalwarts of the team who have now hung up their boots. But what about this young generation of cricketers’ relation with the legends of the bygone decade? Yuvraj Singh is noticing a lack of respect.Advertisement Image Courtesy: ESPNcricinfo/AFPThe former international cricketer joined up with Rohit Sharma for a live session on Instagram, where the former and current icons of the team exchanged words on the current scenario of Indian cricket, and even their daily lives amidst the nationwide lock down due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic.Speaking on how things have changed in the Men in Blue’s dressing room since Yuvraj’s retirement, the former all rounder worded in about the respect youngsters had for the seniors in the past few years, indicating that the lack of social media back then was a positive factor.Advertisement “I felt when I came into the team or when you (Rohit) came into the team. Our seniors were very disciplined. Obviously there was no social media so there were no distractions,” Yuvi said in the conversation.“There was a certain behaviour that we boys had to carry, how they talk to people, how they talk to media. Because they were the ambassadors of the game and India,” the 38 year old added.Advertisement However, in the current Indian team, Rohit himself, along with the captain Virat Kohli belong from the previous generation, and the rest of the first team squad are all youngsters, who according to Yuvraj, don’t show the due respect their seniors like their previous generation of players used to.“I just feel there are very fewer guys to look up to and I feel that a sense of respect towards seniors, that has become a thin line now,” he added.Again, Yuvraj brought in the topic of social media, and what might be having a detrimental effect on the generation gap in the team.“I think juniors, because of social media, party scenes, these things, we could not even think about that in our time. Because we had that fear that if we do some mistake our senior will tell us that do not do this, this is not right,” the former cricketer concluded.Also read-This cricketer’s World Cup final jersey just raised Rs. 6,073,818 in fight against Coronavirus!Indian runner Murali Gavit stuck in Kenya due to travel restrictions Advertisementlast_img read more

Rumson Man Arrested For Daytime Burglary In Fair Haven

first_imgFAIR HAVEN— Police arrested a Rumson man and charged with an assortment of offenses arising from an alleged daytime burglary on Monday.Police arrested David Wilt, 20, at his Evergreen Drive, Rumson home on Monday afternoon charging him with burglary, theft, possession of a controlled dangerous substance, forgery and receiving stolen property, according to Fair Haven Detective Sergeant Jessie Dykstra.Wilt, Dykstra charged, had entered the Hance Avenue home of a medical doctor when he was confronted by someone in the home and made his escape.Wilt allegedly fled the scene in his truck, colliding with a vehicle parked in the residence’s driveway making his way home. The witness had called police giving them a description of Wilt, his vehicle and the license plate number, Dykstra said.When police arrived at Wilt’s home at approximately 3:30 p.m., Wilt was allegedly in possession of prescription medication and a prescription pad, the detective said.Along with the criminal offenses, police issued Wilt motor vehicle summons for leaving the scene of an accident, according to Dykstra.Wilt was released on $7,500 bail, police said.last_img read more

Change Of Command Ceremony

first_imgOn June 12,, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph C. Novario became the new Inspector Instructor at the Change of Command Ceremony at the Marine Base in Red Bank.Lieutenant Colonel Novario is taking over the position that was held by Lieutenant Colonel Charles M. Long.As stated in the program for the ceremony, the Change of Command Ceremony is a time-honored tradition, which formally restates to the officers and personnel of the command continuity of authority.It is a formal ritual conducted before the assembled unit. It is a transfer of total responsibility, authority and accountability from one individual to another.Lieutenant Colonel Novario was presented Change in Command in front of co-workers, friends and his family: his wife Meredith and their children Eli, Henry and Josephine.– By Jaclyn Shugardlast_img read more

Mallard’s Team of the Week — Mount Sentinel Wildcats

first_imgThe Mount Sentinel Wildcats like a fine wine have slowly been getting better with age. The varsity girl’s volleyball now enters crunch time on the B.C. High School A Girl’s season as Mount Sentinel prepares for the Kootenay Zone playoffs November 18-19 in Fernie. Staff and management at Mallard’s Source for Sports are eager to help the Cats with their mission of returning to the provincial tournament with Team of the Week accolades. The team includes, back row, L-R, coach Joe Moreira, Madia Rehwald, Lynnea Carr, Malin Chernoff and Jessie Rehwald. Front, Breanne Minor, Kyra Makortoff, Kaitlin Minvielle, Zahra Askary and Paige Paulson.last_img read more

Kootenay Lake Fishing Report — More Rainbows than Bull Trout

first_img Hope this helps with your next trip. We experienced some warmer weather throughout the month of February and people just wanted to get outdoors. So, we spent a lot of time on the water in the past few weeks. This spring like weather also saw more activity from our fish Kokanee fishing in the lower west arm provided some fun mornings as well.  The weekend fishery had us managing to catch some beautiful Kokanee in the 11 – 15 inch range.  Always great for a fish fry.   What are they biting on??? We have been running lighter tackle because of the abundance of smaller fish, and that has helped make it exciting. Lots of Rainbows in the 2 – 4 pound range have put up good fights on the fly rods or ultra light rods.  Although when the 12 pound fish hit, that was a bit of a struggle. Makes for an exciting adventure. Just have to keep experimenting.  Columbia River: Rainbows from 2 – 12 pounds were being caught, as well as Bull Trout up to 12 pounds.  Definitely more Rainbows than Bull Trout though. Our best luck has been on our Bucktail flies.  The common colors have been working best.  Purple/pink, grey/pink, and grey/white have been my favorites.  Lucky numbers:  202, 207, 210, 215, and 224 have been my best. Also my favorite #10 Lyman plug has been producing, as well as good ole #69 or ‘Shizzam’ as we call it. Similar to the last few months, most of our fish have been caught on the surface.  We are seeing the majority of fish on the sonar down deep.  However, when they decide to feed, they have been coming to the surface.  Well, that about sums up our fishing for the past few weeks. A lot of these fish are really fat at this time of year.  So, the chance at hooking into a 10 pounder is always there at this time.  Most of our fish have been the typical Columbia River size. Rainbows between 16 – 22 inches have been very common, with the odd fish being over 24 inches.  Definitely my favorite time of year to be on the river. The lack of snow lately has brought us some new clientele. Our ski groups have been experiencing something new to them. Most of our skiers had never planned to go fishing in the middle of the winter and they were happily surprised. I think we have created a new activity to add to their package next year. Most days we managed to hook into 5 or 6 fish, although we did have quite a few days with 10 – 12 fish coming to the boat.  Lots of action for February. Our best techniques have been drifting with bait or bottom bouncing with bait.  Although, we have been able to persuade some big fish to take the fly lately.  Nymphing has been most productive on the fly rod, but streamer fishing should be working soon. Looking forward to this next month on the river as well.  As it can provide some of the best river fishing available. Expecting to see some ‘Big boys’ rise to the occasion.  Stay tuned………………… We have fired up the jet boat once again and the warmer weather has made for some comfortable days on the river.  We’ve had some spectacular days out there with 10 – 15 Rainbows coming to our line.  By Kerry Reed, Reel Adventures SportfishingKerry Reed of Reel Adventures Charters is back and ready to give fishermen the edge on where to catch the big one.Kootenay Lake:  Tight lines……………….last_img read more

Bombers outlast G.W. Graham to finish 11th at AA Rugby Championships

first_imgThe Bombers opened with a loss to South Kamloops before outlasting Sir Charles Tupper.The Bombers then dropped a heartbreaker to Langley’s D.W. Poppey.St. Michael’s Unversity of Victora won the AA title by defeating Rockridge of West Vancouver 27-3 in the final.LVR advanced to the 16-team tournament as the Kootenay Rep by blasting Stanley Humphries Rockers of Castlegar in the Zone Championship game. Ryan Lewis continued his stellar play to lead the L.V. Rogers Bombers to an impressive 36-26 win over G.W. Graham of Chillwack at the BC High School AA Boy’s Rugby Championships Saturday in Abbotsford.Lewis, who scored all the points in LVR’s earlier win over Sir Charles Tupper of Vancouver, scored twice as the Bombers got the offence going against the Fraser Valley squad in the 11/12th place game.Sam Woodward, Jake Taylor, Chase Gilbertson and Eli Swan-Wilson also scored for LVR.last_img read more

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN / MIKE WILLMAN – FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 2017

first_imgKent Desormeaux12226151321%44%$1,479,997 O’NEILL HAS ’11-4 THE MONEY’ ON SATURDAY‘CLASS IS IN’ THROUGHOUT DAY IN PADDOCKWHITE’S MORNING LINE AVAILABLE FOR ALL SATURDAY STAKES JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Jockey Standings Rafael Bejarano11119172017%50%$1,079,983 TrainerMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Stewart Elliott13014161811%37%$693,348 Race Six:      Bal a Bali, Richard Mandella (Kilroe Mile)Twentytwentyvision, Mandella (Big ‘Cap)Siberian Iris, Mandella (China Doll)Vending Machine, Peter Miller (San Felipe)             FINISH LINES:  Jon White’s morning line for all of Saturday’s Stakes are as follows:  Grade II, $400,000 SAN FELIPE STAKES (Race 5):  Term of Art (20-1), Vending Machine           (20-1), Ann Arbor Eddie (8-1), Mastery (6-5), Gormley (9-5), Iliad (5-2) and Bluegrass Envy (50-1)…Grade I, $400,000 TRIPLE BEND STAKES (Race 8):  Denman’s Call (15-1), Point Piper (10-1), Kobe’s Back (5-2), Silent Bird (4-1), Masochistic, (even), Nowalking (15-1) and Conquest Cobra (10-1)…Grade I, $400,000 FRANK E. KILROE MILE (Race 9):  Bal a Bali (8-1), Flamboyant (12-1), Bolo (3-1), Dortmund (4-1), Ring Weekend (4-1), Conquest Enforcer (7-2) and What a View (7-2)…Grade I, $1 million SANTA ANITA HANDICAP (Race 10):  Midnight Storm (8-5), Gangster (30-1), Shaman Ghost (2-1), Isotherm (12-1), Hard Aces (15-1), Follow Me Crev (8-1), Twentytwentyvision (12-1), Hi Happy (12-1) and Imperative (5-1)…$75,000 CHINA DOLL STAKES (Race 11):  Miss Sugars (4-1), Go On Mary (10-1), Bernina Star (20-1), How About Zero (15-1), Sircat Sally (5-2), Grand Prix         (20-1), Simmy’s Temple (30-1), La Force (12-1), Madam Dancealot (6-1), Beau Recall (5-1), Miss Sunset (6-1), Lady Beware (30-1), Siberian Iris (12-1) and Spy Ring (8-1)…Come early on Saturday, as there is special early first post time of 12 noon.  Admission gates open at 10 a.m…All Santa Anita THOROUGHBREDS members will receive a signature Santa Anita umbrella, free with paid admission while supplies last on Big ‘Cap Day…There will be a $1 million guaranteed Late Pick 4 and a $100,000 guaranteed Pick Six on Saturday as well…Don’t forget, SPRING FORWARD! one hour Saturday night, as Daylight Savings Time will be in effect Sunday.   Flavien Prat19544303823%57%$2,813,844 Luis Contreras8910102311%48%$487,537 Joseph Talamo13319131814%38%$636,468 TEAM O’NEILL SET FOR BUSY DAY WITH 11 HORSES ENTERED The big boys come out to play Saturday.Among those entered at Santa Anita in five stakes–three of them Grade I’s–are Bob Baffert’s undefeated Triple Crown contender Mastery and John Shirreff’s nearly perfect Grade I winning Gormley in the Grade II San Felipe Stakes for 3-year-olds at 1 1/16 miles; Phil D’Amato’s versatile speedster Midnight Storm and Jimmy Jerkens’ highly accomplished Shaman Ghost in the Grade I Santa Anita Handicap for older horses at a mile and a quarter; Peter Eurton’s stretch-running Kobe’s Back in the Grade I Triple Bend Stakes for older horses at seven furlongs, his first start since finishing third in the 2016 Triple Bend last June; and 2015 Santa Anita Derby winner Dortmund, who’s making his debut on grass in the Grade I Frank E. Kilroe Mile–which is also his first start for trainer Art Sherman.With an 11-race card on tap, the busiest trainer in Arcadia will be Doug O’Neill, who has 11 horses entered throughout the day which will begin with a special early first post time of 12 noon.  A three-time Santa Anita training king, the 48-year-old O’Neill is a racing department’s dream, evidenced by the fact he’s entered a Winter-Meet high of 121 horses, 12 more than runner-up Richard Baltas.“Team O’Neill” could have its best chance Saturday with Iliad in the San Felipe, although the son of 2004 Horse of the Year Ghostzapper looms the third choice behind Mastery and Gormely, a winner of the Grade I FrontRunner here on Oct. 1 and the Grade III Sham Stakes on Jan. 7.O’Neill has enjoyed successful treks on the Triple Crown trail, having won the Kentucky Derby twice in the last four years, with I’ll Have Another in 2012 and again last year with Eclipse Champion 2-year-old Male of 2015, Nyquist.Owned by Kaleem Shah, who also campaigns Dortmund, Iliad has had only three starts, all of them sprints and none further than his 3 ½ length win in the seven furlong, Grade II San Vicente here on Feb. 12–a race that produced a career-best 96 Beyer Speed figure.Among those in Iliad’s San Vicente wake was 4-5 favorite Battle of Midway, who although he was beaten eighth lengths, rebounded to win a first condition allowance here on Thursday for Jerry Hollendorfer, prevailing by a neck while getting a mile and a sixteenth in 1:44.16 under Flavien Prat.  Following the win, Hollendorfer told TVG’s Britney Eurton that his Smart Strike colt would now be considered for the Grade I, $1 million Santa Anita Derby on April 8.“Iliad ran huge in the San Vicente,” said O’Neill.  “He’s got a mind, the stride and the pedigree of a two-turn horse, but you never know until you do it.  We’re excited about him.  He’s doing really well.”In addition to Iliad, O’Neill will also be represented in the San Felipe by Term of Art and Ann Arbor Eddie.A winner of the Grade III Cecil B. DeMille Stakes three starts back at Del Mar on Nov. 27, Term of Art comes off an even fourth place finish in the Grade III Robert B. Lewis on Feb. 4, while Ann Arbor Eddie, a two-time stakes winner versus state-breds, comes off a second place finish at even money in the Grade III El Camino Real Derby at Golden Gate Fields on Feb. 18.The San Felipe offers 85 Kentucky Derby qualifying points, distributed on a 50-20-10-5 basis.Team O’Neill will also have a three-pronged attack in the $75,000 China Doll Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at a mile on grass:  Go On Mary, How About Zero and Simmy’s Temple.I don’t know if running 11 in one day at the same track is a personal record,” O’Neill said, “But it’s close.  I’ve had a bunch before, but that’s a lot.  It’s going to be an exciting day.  The weather’s going to be nice and all the horses are doing well.” Santiago Gonzalez10912181311%39%$570,427 LARGE NUMBER OF BIG ‘CAP DAY SCHOOLERS SET FOR TODAY            The following horses, all entered for Santa Anita Handicap Day, tomorrow, will be on display in the saddling paddock throughout this afternoon: Race Three: Masochistic, Ron Ellis (Triple Bend)Imperative, Bob Hess, Jr. (Big ‘Cap) Philip D’Amato7515101320%51%$910,490 Tyler Baze21035412417%48%$1,646,719 William Spawr27104337%63%$303,251 (Current Through Thursday, March 9, 2017 Inclusive) Martin Pedroza10314191914%50%$586,753 Peter Eurton48105621%44%$531,807 Race Two:  Flamboyant, Paddy Gallagher (Kilroe Mile)La Force, Gallagher (China Doll)Madame Dancelot, Richard Baltas (China Doll)Silent Bird, Mark Glatt (Triple Bend)center_img Race One:  No Walking, Phil D’Amato (Triple Bend)Conquest Enforcer, D’Amato (Kilroe Mile)Midnight Storm, D’Amato (Big ‘Cap)Hard Aces, John Sadler (Big ‘Cap)Lady Beware, Mick Ruis (China Doll) Edwin Maldonado61107916%43%$321,640 Bob Baffert51107920%51%$978,451 Richard Baltas10919191717%50%$1,011,712 Trainer Standings Corey Nakatani65117617%37%$603,746 (Current Through Thursday, March 9, 2017 Inclusive) Tiago Pereira9511111312%37%$380,035 Jerry Hollendorfer10521142120%53%$1,494,864 Steven Miyadi56814614%50%$378,701 Doug F. O’Neill12115242012%49%$1,181,851 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Norberto Arroyo, Jr.90188920%39%$790,821 Mark Glatt67911913%43%$420,450 Kristin Mulhall3176323%52%$213,230 Vladimir Cerin47910719%55%$337,504 Mike Smith451541333%71%$1,389,527 Peter Miller892721930%64%$1,330,356 Race Four:   Conquest Cobra, Vladimir Cerin (Triple Bend)Follow Me Crev, Cerin (Big ‘Cap)Gormley, John Shirreffs (San Felipe) John W. Sadler509101018%58%$525,394 J. Keith Desormeaux3573520%43%$447,105last_img read more