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20 Jan 19
Buckeye Wire

[jwplayer ek141AW0-TPCohRft] On Friday, Ohio State released news about Ohio State’s winter workouts beginning, and communicated the date for the 2019 Spring Game. Strength and Conditioning coach Micky Marotti met with 105 players on Thursday to begin winter conditioning. He’ll have the team until he hands them over to head coach Ryan Day in the […]

20 Jan 19
Fernando De La Lama

A graduate of the University of California San Diego, Fernando de la Lama resides in Key Biscayne, Florida, and travels frequently to Central and South America. Recently, Fernando de la Lama visited Santiago, Chile, a city known for its beautiful mountain backdrop and nearby ski resorts. Situated nearly 2000 feet above sea level and in […]

20 Jan 19
Historic House Hunt

In 1904, The Town Talk newspaper described the new addition called the Kilpatrick Addition. This addition was designed by Charles M. Kilpatrick the Rapides Parish Sheriff at the time. In 1919, a petition was brought to pave Blythe Avenue between Polk and Turner Streets with gravel. In 1919, a petition was brought to pave Blythe […]

20 Jan 19
Underground Bases DNA Activation The Unveiling

US Patent 6245531 Morgellons patented by Stanford University – Myiasis of 38 (another play on 11) species of flies Lord of flies Beelzebub drosophila stage polynucleotide ecdysone encoding insect receptor Black nano dust for eyes The CDC was involved in a cover up protects Monsanto Rheogene Invitrogen involving Nato, the UN, who contracts with us […]

20 Jan 19
World's Today's News

Saturday, January 26, 2019 07: 25A Live – FA Cup Soccer: FA Cup: Round # 4 – Accrington Stanley vs. Derby County [Live + Re-play] [ESPN+] 07: 55A Live – Guinness Pro14 Rugby of Bloemfontein, South Africa – Cheetahs vs. Zebre Rugby Club [Live + Re-play] [ESPN+] 08: 50A Live – Italian Serie A of […]

20 Jan 19
Actify Press

[tweet_dis2]Throwback Thursday: 35 years since the historic first Football National Championship for a Florida school from @Flasqueeze[/tweet_dis2] [responsivevoice_button voice=”UK English Female” buttontext=”Listen to Post”] Thirty five years ago today, the University of Miami were proclaimed the consensus football D1 National Champions – the first of eleven undisputed national titles won by Florida schools. All those […]

20 Jan 19
Sport Archyves

Freddie Kitchens, head coach of Cleveland Browns, today announced that Joe Whitt is a Pass Game Coordinator / Second Coach, Al Holcomb is a Run Game Coordinator / Linebackers Coach, Chris Jones is a Senior Defensive Assistant, Tosh Lupoi is a Defensive Line Coach, John Lilly As was named Tight End Coach, John Parrella as […]

20 Jan 19
WTKR.com

This free event is an excellent opportunity for the public to engage with the nocturnal environment with expert guidance and observational resources.

20 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

James Rutland is a 12-year veteran of the army, who completed a mission in Iraq in 2004, followed by two more tours in South Korea. He left the military in 2014 and suffered from various illnesses related to his ministry, including mild traumatic brain injury (TBI), sleep apnea and hearing loss, to name but a […]

20 Jan 19
Swimming World News

14-year-old Natalie Mannion of the Commonwealth Current achieved the second Olympic Trial cut of the weekend at the Speedo Invitational in Piscataway, New Jersey, in the 100 back with a 1:02.30. Mannion got under the cut which was a 1:02.69, as she dropped a full second off her best time in the event. Mannion was a 1:03.33 […]

20 Jan 19
savinggraceinalostworld

Wow…. this is a MUST READ!!!! From a friend: Subject: Asparagus DO NOT FAIL TO READ THIS AND SEND TO YOUR FAMILY & FRIENDS When I was in the USN, I was stationed in Key West, FL. I worked at the clinic at Naval Air Station on Big Coppitt Key just a few miles north […]

20 Jan 19
Boston Herald
Tuukka Rask had been starting to get into a groove, at 6-0-1 in his last seven games. That string of luck ran out early in Saturday’s contest. Rask was struck by Filip Chytil following his goal with 1:28 left in the first to tie the game. Chytil was sent flying into the Bruins goalie after Charlie McAvoy got in his path, his stick tripping up the Rangers forward. It appeared Chytil struck Rask’s head. He was down on the ice for several moments before McAvoy and David Pastrnak helped him off, and he went straight down the tunnel. Jaroslav Halak replaced him in net. The Bruins later updated to say Rask had suffered a concussion and wouldn’t return. The road ahead Given the early-season slew of injuries, it’s a wonder the Bruins enter the All-Star break as healthy as they are. Entering Saturday night’s contest, before Rask left in the first period with an apparent injury, just Joakim Nordstrom was sidelined. Out of a boot and skating, he’ll likely be ready to go near the end of the Bruins 10-day break. “You hope that they just come back in a good frame of mind,” coach Bruce Cassidy said. “I think most of the guys will be in a good frame of mind, everyone looks forward to, whether you agree with the break in the middle of the year and how it’s built in, but it’s a break and you’re going to get away from the game.” The defensive corps is in place the Bruins hoped for heading into the season, when the dread was having too much depth. All of their depth was tested — literally, six defensemen not in the lineup Saturday saw playing time — and they came out the other side in third place in the Atlantic. That’s likely where they were projected anyways, and with the season the Lightning are having, it’s a position they can be comfortable with. “I guess where I rate ourselves or expect us to be is in the mix,”  Cassidy said. “Hopefully gotten better from Christmas on when we got healthy, or I guess January 1 when (Patrice Bergeron) came back, (Zdeno Chara) came back, (Kevan Miller). We’re going to be able to compete, maybe catch Toronto at that point, because Tampa looks like it’s going to be a difficult task for anybody.” The first part of the Bruins schedule was strenuous with two trips out west, four games against Toronto, Montreal, and Buffalo apiece. The rest of the schedule, while lighter, has some tough patches as well. There’s one more game against Washington — a team the Bruins have lost to in 14 straight attempts — one last west coast swing, three more matches with Tampa Bay, two games with the powerhouse Winnipeg Jets, and three more with a feisty Panthers squad. Still, it appears the biggest challenge of the Bruins slate is over. They played seven back-to-backs, something they’ll do only twice more (including in Anaheim and Los Angeles). The toughest stretch comes in March, when they play seven of eight games on the road, including trips to Florida and Winnipeg. There’s a long way to go, but if the part of the season pre-break was a test, the Bruins passed. While it doesn’t get much easier, there’s a window for recovery they weren’t afford early. Heinen here to stay Danton Heinen has struggled to find any offensive rhythm this season after a rookie campaign that saw him produce 40-plus points. With just one goal since December 11, he’s had chances around the net but hadn’t found a scoring touch before scoring in the first period Saturday night. Even if that remains the case, Cassidy has little quarrel with the way he’s played overall. “As long as he helps us win, he’ll stay in and be allowed to play through it, unless we find a player that’s better or more suited,” Cassidy said. “Whether that’s a young player grows his game and passes him. But right now he’s still a positive for us.” Quinn back in Boston Former Boston University coach David Quinn, now coaching the Rangers, was in town Saturday night for the first time since getting hired. Not only was it a return for him, but the first time his team faced off against his former players — Matt Grzelcyk, McAvoy and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson. “The relationships you build are real and they’re lifelong,” Quinn said. “Those guys are friends of mine.”
20 Jan 19
What We Learned About the U.S. Economy Last Week

Factories were more active as 2018 wrapped up, but consumer sentiment softened in the early days of 2019.

20 Jan 19
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