Ranger Up

19 Apr 19
Onesunchaser

Overview Button Rock Nature Preserve is where to hike when you are looking for an area as beautiful as Rocky Mountain National park, without the crowds.  There are a trails from all skill levels, from nice flat wide dirt roads to steep trails with outstanding views. Waterfall seekers will be pleased to know that the […]

19 Apr 19
Maple Leafs Daily News

As many of you may already know, this is Jeremy Braccos first full season as a Toronto Marlie and what a season it was. A season that saw it’s top players, Kaspari Kapanen, Andreas Johnsson, and Travis Dermott, all graduate to the NHL while leaving space for the next emerging star to grab hold of […]

19 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has failed Rangers transfer target Jake Hastie could not get away with his upcoming team selections at Fir Park this summer. Rangers are interested in signing the youngster on a free transfer at the end of the season with his current deal at the Steelmen set to expire. A number of […]

19 Apr 19
Seeking Adventure

If you’re looking for a trail to hike, the U.P. is the place to go.  That’s short for Upper Penninsula, for anyone not from Michigan.  It’s pronounced “you-pee”, not up. Those who live there are known as Yoopers, and will tell you it’s the greatest place to live on God’s green earth.  I am not one of […]

19 Apr 19
Rangers Report 2.0

Two games tonight. Another possible upset brewing. Colorado, the second wildcard, is about to knock out top Western Conference seed, Calgary Flames. If that happens,  both Presidents’ Trophy winner and the runner up would be one and done. Ouch… Maple Leafs (2)- Bruins (2), 7pm start, TV-NBCSN Avalanche (3)- Flames (1), 10 pm start, TV-NBCSN

19 Apr 19
Sound Books

Below are Nickelodeon USA’s currently announced April 2019 premiere highlights for Nick, Nicktoons, Nick Jr., Nick at Nite and TeenNick: Latest Update – 4/19: A few updates. (Check back regularly for the latest updates!)Channel selector: Nickelodeon | Nicktoons | Nick Jr. on Nickelodeon | TeenNick | Nick@Nite | Nick Jr. | TV Land | Digital […]

19 Apr 19

We just can’t get enough of you, Texas! We had so much fun in Dallas for PoshFest 2018. We’re back and exploring all things this city has to offer. FAVORITE LOCAL BOUTIQUES Shop ‘til you drop in these one-of-a-kind boutiques. Forty Five Ten (1615 Main St.) Prada? Celine? Balenciaga? Yes, please. Forty Five Ten opened […]

19 Apr 19
Redlands Daily Facts
April 21, 1919 Air circus here on Friday, May 2 A.E. Isham, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, this morning received definite word that the air squadron for the Victory Loan would not be here Monday and Tuesday, April 28 and 29, as planned by Capt. Heffner in his visit Saturday but will be here on Friday, May 2. It has been necessary to make this change in the date of the air circus. Capt. James F. Rogan, one of the biggest flyers in France, will be here with the six flyers. They will do all sorts of stunts such as the Immelman turns, dips, tail spins, loops and then will stage a big aerial battle. The men will be in San Bernardino the day before. All the surrounding towns are invited to come to Redlands for the circus, which will advertise the Victory Loan in a unique manner. April 21, 1919 Doing work on Mill Creek road Considerable work has been done by the county on the Mill Creek road as far as the forks and two of the worst turns have been widened so that they are no longer dangerous. The road is in excellent shape, having come through the winter without any damage. May people traveled the road Sunday and saw the apple orchards at the two Igo ranches in full bloom. They are very pretty at this time. The Mountain Home road is open to Seven Oaks and in good shape now. The control will be started at Harvey’s again this year instead of “the forks” as first planned. J.M. Sanborn, the forest ranger in Mill Creek Canyon, says that most people have learned that it is necessary to get a permit before building fires. April 22, 1919 Lieut. Gillette here for visit Charles Gillette, a graduate of the University of Redlands, baseball and football star, arrived in the city this morning for a short visit, the first time he has been here since he left with the Grizzlies for Camp Kearny in the fall of 1917. “It is good to get back in Redlands and see the people at the school, and I expect to be up here quite often,” he said this morning. “Skillet,” as he was affectionately known in the school, is now in the Imperial Valley and has a big cotton ranch there. He has been out of the service for about three months. He says that business conditions in the valley are most promising. He enlisted with Perry Hatcher, Oliver Weed and Dawson Pendleton of the university in the Grizzlies when that regiment of artillery was being formed. Later he was sent to the artillery school at Louisville, Kentucky, and was there when the armistice was signed, receiving a commission as lieutenant several weeks before the armistice. April 25, 1919 Death claims C.H. Jackson Charles Jackson, 95 years old and for many years one of the well known residents of the city, died yesterday afternoon at Loma Linda sanitarium, where he has been for about two years, having been in poor health for some time. Mr. Jackson bears the distinction of being one of the pioneers of Redlands, having made his home in this section for more than a quarter of a century. He was a manufacturer in the east and it is said designed the cover of the baseball now in use, it never having been improved on since he first cut one out. Mr. Jackson was fond of telling how the old cover was not satisfactory and he worked out the present cover that can be put on and the seam sewn inside. He also had the credit of making about the first corsets ever sold in this country, when he was a young man in New England. He made the corsets or “stays” as they swre called then, and his sister sold them. they were the start of the present Royal Worcester corset factory. His only relative is a daughter, Mrs. C.J. Munson, who lives in New Haven, Conn. Mr. Jackson was 95 years old just a short time ago. April 26, 1919 Local machines are in parade Redlands Odd Fellows occupied a conspicuous part in the parade at Riverside today, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the order. Two machines handsomely decorated were those of Jesse Simpson and Mervin Prescott. The Simpson car was daintily trimmed in pink tulle and ivy, while the Prescott car won much applause from its decorations in the national colors. Both machines were decorated last evening by a committee at the garage of Ruben Rex, corner Central Avenue and Fourth Street.
19 Apr 19
SCNG
April 21, 1919 Air circus here on Friday, May 2 A.E. Isham, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, this morning received definite word that the air squadron for the Victory Loan would not be here Monday and Tuesday, April 28 and 29, as planned by Capt. Heffner in his visit Saturday but will be here on Friday, May 2. It has been necessary to make this change in the date of the air circus. Capt. James F. Rogan, one of the biggest flyers in France, will be here with the six flyers. They will do all sorts of stunts such as the Immelman turns, dips, tail spins, loops and then will stage a big aerial battle. The men will be in San Bernardino the day before. All the surrounding towns are invited to come to Redlands for the circus, which will advertise the Victory Loan in a unique manner. April 21, 1919 Doing work on Mill Creek road Considerable work has been done by the county on the Mill Creek road as far as the forks and two of the worst turns have been widened so that they are no longer dangerous. The road is in excellent shape, having come through the winter without any damage. May people traveled the road Sunday and saw the apple orchards at the two Igo ranches in full bloom. They are very pretty at this time. The Mountain Home road is open to Seven Oaks and in good shape now. The control will be started at Harvey’s again this year instead of “the forks” as first planned. J.M. Sanborn, the forest ranger in Mill Creek Canyon, says that most people have learned that it is necessary to get a permit before building fires. April 22, 1919 Lieut. Gillette here for visit Charles Gillette, a graduate of the University of Redlands, baseball and football star, arrived in the city this morning for a short visit, the first time he has been here since he left with the Grizzlies for Camp Kearny in the fall of 1917. “It is good to get back in Redlands and see the people at the school, and I expect to be up here quite often,” he said this morning. “Skillet,” as he was affectionately known in the school, is now in the Imperial Valley and has a big cotton ranch there. He has been out of the service for about three months. He says that business conditions in the valley are most promising. He enlisted with Perry Hatcher, Oliver Weed and Dawson Pendleton of the university in the Grizzlies when that regiment of artillery was being formed. Later he was sent to the artillery school at Louisville, Kentucky, and was there when the armistice was signed, receiving a commission as lieutenant several weeks before the armistice. April 25, 1919 Death claims C.H. Jackson Charles Jackson, 95 years old and for many years one of the well known residents of the city, died yesterday afternoon at Loma Linda sanitarium, where he has been for about two years, having been in poor health for some time. Mr. Jackson bears the distinction of being one of the pioneers of Redlands, having made his home in this section for more than a quarter of a century. He was a manufacturer in the east and it is said designed the cover of the baseball now in use, it never having been improved on since he first cut one out. Mr. Jackson was fond of telling how the old cover was not satisfactory and he worked out the present cover that can be put on and the seam sewn inside. He also had the credit of making about the first corsets ever sold in this country, when he was a young man in New England. He made the corsets or “stays” as they swre called then, and his sister sold them. they were the start of the present Royal Worcester corset factory. His only relative is a daughter, Mrs. C.J. Munson, who lives in New Haven, Conn. Mr. Jackson was 95 years old just a short time ago. April 26, 1919 Local machines are in parade Redlands Odd Fellows occupied a conspicuous part in the parade at Riverside today, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the order. Two machines handsomely decorated were those of Jesse Simpson and Mervin Prescott. The Simpson car was daintily trimmed in pink tulle and ivy, while the Prescott car won much applause from its decorations in the national colors. Both machines were decorated last evening by a committee at the garage of Ruben Rex, corner Central Avenue and Fourth Street.
19 Apr 19
INFORMATION NIGERIA

Samuel Ortom, the Benue State Governor, has shared how the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, ensured he emerge victorious at the just concluded governorship poll in his state. Samuel Ortom who spoke during the April edition of the church Holy Ghost service which held at the redemption camp […]

19 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
CESC FABREGAS mocked Spurs legend Graham Roberts during a bizarre Twitter spat over Mauricio Pochettino’s side’s Champions League exploits. Tottenham will face Ajax in the semi-final over European football’s top competition after a blockbuster battle with Pep Guardiola’s Man City this week. Roberts pictured in a Rangers legends match last year at Ibrox Fabregas won two titles during his time at Chelsea That prompted former Arsenal and Chelsea star Fabregas – now with Monaco – to go fishing on social media. He wrote: “Genuine question…as a fan, would you rather get to the Champions League Final and be a runner-up or win the Europa League? Just curious.” Ex-Rangers defender Roberts, who won two FA Cups and a Uefa Cup with Spurs in the 80s, replied: “Not getting much game time now then Cesc?” And World Cup winner Fabregas managed to unite Gunners and Blues fans with a savage response to the White Hart Lane idol. Roberts is regarded as a Spurs legend by White Hart Lane fans He said: “I don’t know who you are and I don’t know if I’m getting enough game time or not but I do know you won’t win anything this season.” Rival supporters hailed the Spaniard’s remarks. @FootieWriter wrote: “I mean this works for both Arsenal and Chelsea fans!” @Zaaid08 added: “Cesc just ended @GrahamRoberts4 time on this app in a tweet.” Spurs hero Son Heung-min celebrates a third goal for Spurs at Man City @sadClarkson said: “Love you Cesc, on behalf of every Chelsea fan in the world.” Graeme Souness took the former England international to Ibrox in 1986 and he won the league and the League Cup during his two-year spell at the club. Roberts, Terry Butcher, Chris Woods and Frank McAvennie famously ended up in Glasgow Sheriff Court within days of a bitter on-field Old Firm scrap. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The 1987 derby rammy led to police intervention and charges. Gers stars Butcher and Woods were later found guilty of conduct liable to lead to a breach of the peace. WORR FILM Steven Gerrard punished Joe Worrall for ‘F*** The Celtic’ blast after Rangers’ awards dinner Ex-Celtic striker McAvennie was cleared, while Roberts got a not proven verdict. He left the Light Blues a year later after a bust-up with manager Souness. Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary [bc_video video_id=”6027908192001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”SAS hero Anthony Middleton delighted as he receives signed Rangers top from DJ Ewen Cameron”]
19 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
NATHAN RALPH says he isn’t surprised Dundee United have struggled to get out of the Championship. That’s why the Dundee defender is desperate to make sure he helps Jim McIntyre’s men claw their way to safety this season. Ralph fears Dundee will struggle to return to top flight if they go down The Dark Blues’ rivals have spent the last three years trying to get back to the top flight after Dundee sent them down in 2016. Ralph knows jobs are on the line for everyone connected with the club but he insists the players will be giving blood, sweat and tears in the battle to beat the drop. He said: “Fans see me in the street and they express how important the run-in is for them. “As players we know that too and I know all the boys will give 100 per cent in the last five games. “I know about the quality of the teams in the Scottish Championship as well. I feel it is a very difficult league to get out of with some really good teams in it. “It doesn’t surprise me that teams like Dundee United went down and have stayed down for as long as they have. So it’s massive that we stay up. “We know relegation would impact everyone at the club, from the players and coaches to those behind the scenes. “We know that as players and we are giving our all to make sure that doesn’t happen. Jim McIntyre’s strugglers face St Johnstone this weekend “I have been in this situation before with Yeovil and Woking so I am used to it. I know what it is like to have that pressure going into every game so it isn’t new to me. “I’ve stayed up and also had the pain of going down and I know what I preferred. Going down isn’t something I want to experience again. “I went down with Woking last year but the year before we stayed up on the last day of the season. “When you do stay up it is just a relief to get over the line. “The odds can be against you, and to turn that around and stay up is such a nice feeling. “You see what it means to the fans and the club. It is a good thing to see. I am hoping that can happen again here.” Dundee are three points behind St Mirren and seven off Hamilton with five games left. McIntyre’s men travel to St Johnstone, while nearest rivals the Buddies are at already-safe Livingston. He admits the Dark Blues squad will be keeping an eye on other teams’ results during the run-in but insists they must make sure they take care of their business first. WORR FILM Steven Gerrard punished Rangers stopper Joe Worrall for ‘F*** The Celtic’ blast  He added: “We knew from a while back that the split was going to be massive and every game important. “We are looking forward to trying to get a win as early as possible and putting pressure on St Mirren and then we will see what happens. It is the old cliche of five cup finals. “This is a good opportunity to pick up points against teams around about us — it isn’t like we’re playing against the league leaders. “But they are also playing teams around them, so teams are looking to pick up points off each other. “We had a rest with the Cup last week and we are going into the game fresh and raring to go. Dundee United have spent three years in the Championship “You can’t look at other teams’ results too much. It’s what we do. “Mathematically we need them not to pick up points in certain games. But we have to pick up points ourselves and the earlier we can do that the better.” The former Yeovil star signed a two-year deal to move north of the border last summer. Despite a season of difficulty on the park, Ralph says he has never regretted the decision to try his luck in the Scottish Premiership. The English full  back’s displays have seen him become a fans’ favourite and he is desperate to repay that faith by snatching a vital three points at St Johnstone today. He said: “I have enjoyed my time up here so far. There’s such passion for football and it is a level that has tested me compared to what I have played in recent years. “It’s everything I expected and that’s why I came here. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “Obviously it’s difficult to enjoy the team being bottom of the league but I feel I’m a better player now than when I arrived. “I wanted to test myself at this level and I have learned a lot. “The tempo of the football here is end to end and you have to be fit to deal with that. It is physical as well but I enjoy that. “There are a lot of good players in the Premiership who could play at a good level in England as well. “There are no easy games in Scotland and you have to be mentally prepared for that. “The support we have had this season has been really good even if we have had disappointing result. “But we know they can help us get a result this weekend.” Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary  [bc_video video_id=”6027908192001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”SAS hero Anthony Middleton delighted as he receives signed Rangers top from DJ Ewen Cameron”]    
19 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
STEVIE MALLAN jokes about how you can hear Malky Mackay’s voice a mile away. But he’s deadly serious when he claims teaming him with Scot Gemmill to lead the national side would be something to shout about. Mallan likes the idea of Mackay and Gemmill stepping in as interim gaffers SunSport revealed how the SFA are weighing up asking their performance director and Under-21 boss to step into the void created by Alex McLeish’s sacking. Hibs midfielder Mallan has seen how the pair work while playing for Gemmill’s age-level group. And he’s sure it would be the best way to go into June’s Euro qualifiers with Cyprus and Belgium. He said: “There’s a good relationship between Malky and Scot. They’ve always been close whenever I’ve been away with a team. “Malky is probably the more authoritative speaker. “Wherever you are on the park you can hear him a mile off — he’s got a very distinctive voice! “I think they’d be good together. Scot is maybe more tactical and speaks to the boys on the pitch while Malky oversees things. “He comes in and out and lets Scot do his thing. “Whether the roles would change with the first team, I don’t know. But whenever I’ve worked with them they have always been good. Mallan has worked with Gemmill in his age-level group “Scot knows all the boys in the senior side well. “A lot have come through the 21s and made that step up. He’ll bring a freshness to the squad. “He’s a really good coach and played for a number of years as well. “I’m not surprised his name was mentioned. He’s had a lot of good results against top countries, like beating Holland a few times when it wasn’t expected. “We had a small group and he worked wonders  with us. Can he do for Scotland what Gareth Southgate has for England? “I really don’t see why not. “A lot of people might have written off Southgate but when he went in there he did a really good job. “Why can’t Scot do it? He knows the boys and if they promote from within he’s probably the No 1 candidate. HAS TO BE SCOT Celtic boss Neil Lennon says the vacant Scotland job ins’t for him  “He is a lot like Paul  Heckingbottom at Hibs. “Scot’s really in-depth and has a philosophy on how he wants to play. “When I worked with him we did a lot of work on the training pitch. “He looks at how we play against top countries and the lesser countries as well. “As the game changes, he can adapt. With the 21s, the players change every camp and he has to work with new ones. Mackay and Gemmill could team up to fill void left by McLeish for June clashes “He brings in fresh guys and manages to get good results, so I’m sure he could do it with the main team.” If Rangers fail to beat Hearts, Celtic will be able to clinch Eight in a Row with a win on Sunday. Mallan is eager to spoil the party — and believes fifth-placed Hibs can catch at least one of Aberdeen and Kilmarnock to finish fourth. They would need to claw back a six-point gap, but Mallan insists nobody thought the Easter Road side would even make the top six when Heckingbottom replaced Neil Lennon in February. [article-rail-curated title=”related stories ” selected_posts=”4144463,4144702,4143832,4142176,4141932,4140746″ /] He added: “I don’t see why we can’t get into the top four. “It is going to be tough but a lot of people wrote us off getting into the top six. “Maybe we can shut up a few more people. “We’re still six points away with five games to play, so if we do make that top four it will be momentous. “Playing against the best teams makes it harder, but the belief is there with the run we’ve been on. “It’s a different pressure. When we had that dip in form, the pressure was to make the top six. “Hopefully we can start  on a high. A win against Celtic would encourage the boys even more.” Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary  [bc_video video_id=”6028022152001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh helps spray paint tribute to murdered pal Bradley Walsh at Hibs’ Easter Road”]