Owner Of Stolen Alaska Pickup Spots Truck, Shoots Windows

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享An Alaska woman shot the windshield of her own pickup in an attempt to stop a thief from driving off.Anchorage police say the truck was reported stolen Friday.The owner spotted it just before 1 p.m. Monday in a parking lot.Police say she approached the truck on foot, and a man behind the wheel started driving at her.The owner fired twice, shattering the front driver’s window and putting a hole in the windshield.The pickup has custom lettering on the driver’s door that says “Robyn” with faded gold graphic stripes. The maroon 1999 GMC four-door truck was last seen driving west.Police say a skinny man in his late 20s with a thin mustache and black hair was driving. An older woman was a passenger.last_img read more

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Kenai City Council Response To COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai City Council adopted an Emergency Ordinance, No. 3115-2020, at a special council meeting on Tuesday. This ordinance will allow the City Manager to issue emergency orders suspending the provision of ordinances of the City of Kenai prescribing procedures for the conduct of City business and take actions or give direction in order to prepare and position the City to reduce the impact and transmission of COVID-19. This ordinance provides the City Manager authority to make emergency decisions in response to COVID-19 impacts and reduce transmission risks even if the decisions require actions contrary to municipal code. This also does not allow the City Manager to make decisions that are not emergent in nature. The City additionally requests assistance from federal agencies where state capability is not adequate. Kenai City Manager Paul Ostrander: “As the COVID -19 pandemic begins affecting our City more directly, the City Manager needs the flexibility to make time-sensitive emergency decisions to protect our community, City employees and preserve public peace, health, and safety during this declared emergency disaster. Actions need to be taken to reduce the impact and transmission of COVID-19.” If time allows, issues will still be brought to the Council to be considered at normally scheduled meetings. Any authority would cease once the emergency disaster declaration ends or is rescinded.center_img Examples include:• changes in work schedule and shifts, changes in work location, and remote working, toreduce employee physical interaction and transmission risks• closing and opening of facilities to protect health and welfare• utilization of existing facilities for different purposes, for example, moving some employeesto the Beacon Building• assigning employees new tasks and job duties• reducing non-essential service to assure the continuation of essential core functions• changes in employee benefits Further, the City requests that the State of Alaska provide disaster assistance to the City by making available resources as needed in the ongoing response and recovery from the current and potential impacts of this pandemic, to provide individual assistance for affected businesses and individuals, and to provide technical expertise and guidance, to help the City in its response and recovery from this event. Back on March 18, Ostrander brought forward Disaster Emergency pursuant to AS 26.23 .140 to exist in the City of Kenai due to the current and expected imminent impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and as such Ostrander has activated the emergency operations plan of the City in order to address the ongoing response.last_img read more

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Gate Is Great Under The Lights – Bryan

first_imgThe Bristolian and his team-mates are busy preparing for this evening’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Brentford (7.45pm). And Bryan is banking on home comforts aiding City’s quest to get back to winning ways.“It’s an amazing place to play our football,” Bryan told Bristol City Player HD.“I was speaking to Bobby (Reid) the other day and we were saying we kind of miss the old feel to it, with the East End.“But it is incredible now; you walk out of that tunnel and the whole place feels like a completely different stadium.“They worked hard to keep a traditional feel throughout the redevelopment. Then when it’s a night game there just appears to be an extra edge to the crowd.“I really enjoy playing under the lights and I know the rest of the lads do.”Of tonight’s opponents, Bryan said: “They’re always a good pressing, passing team.“Last season we were doing alright against them at home until Freezy (Luke Freeman) karate kicked their centre-half in the face and got sent off!“In the away match we were 1-0 up and conceded in the last minute, so there’s a bit of a point to prove.”Tickets will be available on the night for City supporters.last_img read more

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Returning players offer food for thought

first_imgMo Eisa and Hakeeb Adelakun have been getting minutes away from first-team football as they make their returns from their respective injuries.The assistant head coach was discussing the positives of competition for places, ahead of City’s trip to Reading in the Sky Bet Championship this Saturday (November 3rd, 3pm)”We have got good competition for places,” the assistant head coach told BCTV.”Players are coming back from injuries. Mo (Eisa) and Hakeeb (Adelakun) have had minutes in a behind closed doors friendly this week and both played very well.”That ultimately gives the manager some food for thought with team selection and that’s all the coaching staff want – good players all vying for a starting place”.City will be backed by a sold-out away end at the Madejski Stadium tomorrow. Fans without a ticket for the match are not advised to travel for the fixture.last_img read more

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Daniel Carlson honored as Lou Groza ‘Star of the Week’

first_imgAuburn kicker Daniel Carlson looks up before kicking during the Auburn A-Day spring game on Saturday, April 18, 2015, at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala.Auburn kicker Daniel Carlson looks up before kicking during the Auburn A-Day spring game on Saturday, April 18, 2015, at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala.AUBURN — Auburn sophomore kicker Daniel Carlson was honored Monday as one of three Lou Groza Award “Stars of the Week” after his three field goals in Thursday’s win at Kentucky.Carlson made all three of his field goal attempts, including a 52-yarder right before halftime that gave Auburn a 23-10 halftime lead in the Tigers 30-27 win at Kentucky. Carlson had five of six kickoffs go for touchbacks and his 79.3 touchback percentage (23 of 29) this season is second best in the nation. Carlson is 9 of 12 on field goals this season and has tied a school record of three successful attempts beyond 50 yards.“I just mishit it,” Carlson said of the one kickoff that was returned by Kentucky. “Luckily it kind of rolled. They only recovered it out to the 22 so that’s great for our cover team. Other than that one the other ones were good.”Carlson broke the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game record for the longest field goal in the season opener after connecting on a 56-yard kick near the end of the first half to give Auburn a 17-0 lead. The 56-yard field goal was Carlson’s only attempt in Auburn’s 31-24 victory over Louisville in the Georgia Dome.Carlson stated in the preseason that he anticipates his field goals and kickoffs will be more consistent now that he has given up the punting duties to Kevin Phillips.South Carolina’s Elliot Fry and Idaho’s Austin Rehkow were the other two kickers recognized this week by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission.last_img read more

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Defender Barbet back for QPR after ban

first_imgSee also:Things we learnt from QPR’s defeat against West BromQPR ‘are not there yet’, says Ball Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Yoann Barbet returns to the QPR squad for Saturday’s game against Blackburn.Defender Barbet is available again after being suspended for the midweek defeat at Cardiff following his sending-off against West Brom on Saturday.Rangers will be looking to bounce back after two successive losses, having won the previous four league matches.Blackburn, meanwhile, are without injured forwards Ben Brereton and Dan Butterworth.Former Fulham man Lewis Holtby could start for Rovers following his recent move to the Lancashire club.Click here to subscribe to West London Sport’s YouTube channellast_img read more

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Should NFL teams be allowed wear their alternate for the Super Bowl?

first_img Share on other sites Link to post Lets talk about this. Do you think NFL teams should have the choice to wear a uniform other than their main sets in the Super Bowl? How good would it be for a team to be allowed to wear an alternate or color rush uniform/jersey for the big game? 3,017 posts 4,272 AgentColon2 gothedistance FinsUp1214 Should NFL teams be allowed wear their alternate for the Super Bowl? jc… Prev Share on other sites Recommended Posts Depends on the team? If the Chargers or Titans made it, I’d absolutely be OK with them wearing light blue but less so with the 49ers and black. 203 AgentColon2 Share on other sites 2,335 Sports Logo News Link to post 2,517 0 Members Followers 1 559 2,335 There was a time when the home team had to wear their dark color for the Super Bowl but then it was changed. I think it would be cool to see teams with an outstanding third jersey wear them. Location:City of Champions and the Pirates All Activity Members Cardsblues02 goforbroke Location:West Coast 5,076 Sports Logos Share this post 1,880 Members 2,517 661 14 Share this post 𝐋𝐄𝐓 𝐌𝐄 𝐈𝐍 6,156 Link to post phutmasterflex 3 Posted January 18, 2018 Posted January 18, 2018 All Activity rjrrzube 1,297 1,005 72 half horse, half mountain lion, half grizzly bear Favourite Logos:Hartford WhalersMinnesota WildMontreal ExposSan Diego Padres “Swingin’ Friar”Indianapolis ColtsCincinnati Bengals head Link to post Posted January 18, 2018 0 1,005 Link to post Matter of fact, I feel that, like the NBA has pretty much stepped away from Christmas uniforms, the NFL will let the Color Rush thing go away. REMEMBER! there is no “primary uniform” .. there is only primary jerseys. You can wear any pants any time (and now you can even mix color rush pants into the rotation) So even if team must wear their primary color or white uniform, they can wear any pants they want. 1,297 flyersfan Posted January 18, 2018 557 Posted January 18, 2018 Share this post Posted January 18, 2018 0 1,146 1,297 333 5 Location:New Orleans metro area 203 Link to post Sports Logo News Posted January 18, 2018 3,760 I’ll take it a step further, if it works I’d love to see color vs. color … Link to post 4,806 Share on other sites 1,167 posts 4,272 190 Link to post 1 2 1,146 14,934 posts The complaint department is closed. Members 4 Posted January 18, 2018 Link to post Share on other sites TBGKon No. Posted January 18, 2018 Teams should ensure that home/away are their best looks.  661 2,166 posts 1 This topic is now closed to further replies. Posted January 18, 2018 Share on other sites Favourite Logos:”Tradition and simplicity; there’s a fine line between the two. You can’t manufacture tradition but you can empathize simplicity.” – John Viola 12,186 posts 0 559 5,089 posts 72 Joe InGOAT Share this post 1,340 posts Link to post 2,517 Posted January 18, 2018 Cardsblues02 Members Link to post 72 By gothedistance, January 18, 2018 in Sports Logo News Share this post Next Members Alternates should be allowed in the playoffs up until the Super Bowl. The teams should wear their Sunday bests for the big game. It should always be Christmas in New Jersey Sign in to follow this   647 posts Posted January 18, 2018 Playoffs should be alternate free, either primary home or away. I think the super bowl no. But in baseball basketball and hockey where they are playing up to 7 games it’s nice to see something different than just the basics every night they play. The games start to blend together if it’s a specific uni matchup 4 times and another one (usually same uniforms but inverted colors) 3 times. It can be a little tough. I like the idea of that they are allowed to wear alts as long as they are in original team colors, no new logos, as in like let the warriors wear yellow for a game, but none of the fancy gimmick stuff with “the town” or Chinese New Year stuff. And I think there needs to be a rule that if the series could end, it has to be home and away because in future years, those are the games we remember the most, and seeing gimmick unis doesn’t sound good with that. Nobody in general remembers game 2s of the World Series, but you bet we remember game 7s. 1 4 4,436 4 PaleVermilion81 2 6,156 Share this post 190 Share on other sites 4,436 1,118 posts Location:Provo, Utah Share this post 5,076 Posted January 18, 2018 Forums Home Location:Utah 5,835 posts Share this post Share this post Posted January 18, 2018 goforbroke 333 4,436center_img But for football where it’s one and done, I say they should not be allowed Alts, simply because some teams may go too far. I’m thinking about like 49ers black, Seahawks green, but it can be a beautiful thing too, with chargers light blue, jags teal, ravens color rush. Just remember these are some iconic colors and for a game we will watch in many years down the line. I said it above that if the game has the ability to eliminate a team, it should be home vs away because those are the games we remember. Nobody wants to look back and see the black 49ers, or the neon green Seahawks. We know those teams for their identities they have used for decades, not the fun uniform the team wore for 5 games. Although I’d love to see my jags in teal, the owners decided we were a black jersey team a while ago, and were stuck to that. Favourite Logos:Penn State, Philadelphia Flyers, 76ers, Phillies, Eagles, Tottenham Hotspur, Hawthorn Hawks, Jacksonville Jaguars 4 Ray Lankford Share this post Share on other sites Share this post Followers 1 17,646 posts Should NFL teams be allowed wear their alternate for the Super Bowl? Members Link to post Scratcher BrandMooreArt 7 Cosmic 7,535 posts Share this post 2 Link to post – The most restrictive or special case would be if a team has already decided that it’s going to switch full-time to a set based on their current alt for the next season. In a way, the alt might be more appropriate in that special context. TBGKon 3,760 Posted January 18, 2018 661 hormone Posted January 18, 2018 Share on other sites 2 Location:Buffalo, NY Link to post 947 posts 2,894 posts 0 The Cavs and Cubs both won historic titles in alternate uniforms and (at least for us geeks) they mar the visuals.   0 Share this post kimball Members Cosmic DNAsports Members OnWis97 Prev Members Location:Tampa Bay jc… As much as I like some alternates, I feel if you give one team an inch, another could take a mile. Primaries are safest to keep the Super Bowl looking as best as it can in my mind.  190 Share on other sites Page 1 of 3   Share on other sites 2 1,880 Members Posted January 18, 2018 4,806 Should NFL teams be allowed wear their alternate for the Super Bowl? 4,806 1,005 4 OnWis97 Share this post 557 Favourite Logos:Houston TexansSuper Bowl XXXVISuper Bowl XLIVMinnesota WildNew Orleans Hornets (Fleur de Bee) kimball Members PaleVermilion81 flyersfan Share this post Share this post 537 Link to post Share on other sites 1,490 posts Location:Penn State University – University Park Link to post gothedistance Posted January 18, 2018 Members 537 Members 2,838 posts Share on other sites Chawls Link to post Share this post Forums Home No. If the alt is so much better than their standard set, then they should have switched it then. If the owner, team, whoever views a certain set worthy of their standard set then that is the one they go with. It’s not for our enjoyment, it’s the team who decides what. So no.  2,335 SportsLogos.Net Sports Logos Link to post Members 1,281 posts Share on other sites Members This would of been an awesome match up last year. Scratcher Share on other sites Page 1 of 3   Members The 49ers were allowed to wear their throwbacks for SB XXIX (and if the Cowboys had beaten them in the NFC Championship Game, I think they would have worn their Double Star fauxbacks, because they wore those against the Niners). But It hasn’t become standard to allow the alternate, and I don’t see it going that way. 1,034 posts 203 Posted January 18, 2018 1,880 159 posts hormone Share on other sites BrandMooreArt 557 For me, depends on what team. I would be okay with the Titans, Chargers, Texans, Ravens wearing their alts. But other than that, NO. As for sports with playoff series, they should be allowed to wear alternates (unless they are the bull crap NBA city uniforms) Members Share on other sites 5,076 Share on other sites 1,146 Ray Lankford DNAsports there’s 2 different philosophies on this; do you 1.) wear what is most recognizable 2.) put on something special.  i think better questions are how much does it matter? what are the lasting effects of either choice? what kind of “party” is the SB, and how should that determine how you dress?   559 Location:Indiana > Miami Graphic Designer 9,114 posts Posted January 18, 2018 6,156 537 Members I feel like for the biggest game of the year, you have to wear your primary home or primary away look. Especially in a sport where there is only 1 game for the championship.  My .02 says no. Why? Because, like mentioned, I’d rather see a titan or charger alt, but what you’d get is someone going color rush, someone going mono, or someone doing some sort of new combo for a big game. Obviously, the teams who have multiple opinions don’t leave these types of decisions to knowledgeable people like us, but rather to players or fans that use the term fire and prefer chrome helmets with a blurry chrome logo and the love of anthracite  phutmasterflex Link to post Chawls I generally agree that teams should be content with their home or road look, but I did think of two different approaches/levels to alts in the Super Bowl… Moderators  IDK about y’all, but I wouldn’t be upset if the Patriots decide to wear their Color Rush jersey with their silver pants in the Super Bowl.  – If you were going to allow alts other than in the situation above, I would only allow alts that are palate-swapped versions of the regular home/road uniform. The Broncos could wear either their navy or orange version of their current uniforms (I don’t know if the navy is still officially an alt, but you get the idea), but the Bills couldn’t wear their throwback unis. No helmet changes. No BFBS. 3 Share this post No. And no more of this semi-pro looking color on color crap. Keep it classy.  0 4,272 Share on other sites Share on other sites Share this post Next Link to post rjrrzube Sign in to follow this   Location:Plattsburgh NY Go To Topic Listing Share this post SportsLogos.Net FinsUp1214 333 1 3,760last_img read more

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Agreement: Levski attracted Borislav Tsonev – BG Football – efbet League

first_imgLevski signed a one-year contract with midfielder Borislav Tsonev. The club’s teenager initialed his contract on Wednesday.Anton UzunovBorislav Tsonev was born on April 29, 1995. He made his debut for the “blues” at the age of 16 on May 27, 2011, and signed his first professional contract in 2013. With the team of “Levski” he recorded 35 matches and scored 4 goals. In 2016 he moved to Beroe, and in 2019 he signed with the Croatian Inter (Zaprešić). Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.last_img read more

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Madness: Hamburger SF player gets on the stands to beat a…

first_imgHamburger SF experienced a rather bitter start to the season, after being eliminated for the German Cup at the start after 1: 4 as a guest of Dynamo Dresden.10,000 fans were admitted to the stadium of Dynamo, and one of them got into a hand-to-hand fight with a football player of the guests.After the match, Hamburger SV player Tony Leister went straight to the stands and attacked a supporter of the opponent. Leister directly rewarded the man and knocked him to the ground, and only the reaction of other fans around them prevented a more serious accident.The reason for the footballer’s reaction is not clear. It is a curious fact that Leister was born in Dresden and until 2014 was part of the Dynamo team.last_img read more

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