Region 15 Region 14 2-A Central Softball PANGUITCH, Utah-Rylie Staton earned the win in the circle as Kanab pounded Panguitch 20-6 Tuesday in 2-A South softball action. Cortney Houston doubled in defeat for the Bobcats. SALINA, Utah-Janzen Keisel tripled and earned the win on the mound as the Gunnison Bulldogs smacked North Sevier 7-2 Tuesday in 2-A Central baseball action. Braxton Sylvester, Parx Bartholomew and Ty Hill also doubled in the win for the Bulldogs. 2-A South MANTI, Utah-Lexie Alder homered and belted a pair of doubles as the Manti Templars routed Richfield 14-2 in Region 15 softball action Tuesday. Danielle Hatch and Katie Larsen added triples for Manti while Larsen, Jentry Young, Katie Larsen and Tyra Hermansen all added doubles for the Templars. Madisyn Christensen had two doubles for the Wildcats in the loss. NEPHI, Utah-Dalin Ludlow had an RBI triple and a run scored as the Juab Wasps jumped out to an early 3-2 lead over Delta in Region 14 baseball Tuesday. The game was suspended after 2 1/2 innings due to rain. It will be resumed Thursday in the bottom of the 3rd inning. Region 14 ENTERPRISE, Utah-Alec Williams and Bret Beebe each doubled as the Milford Tigers humled Enterprise 8-6 Tuesday in 2-A South baseball action. Tags: sports MOAB, Utah-Jose Tavares’ hat trick led the way as the Grand Red Devils smacked South Sevier 10-0 in Region 15 boys soccer action Tuesday. 2-A South GUNNISON, Utah-Aron Trejo found the net as the Millard Eagles outlasted Gunnison Valley 1-0 in Region 18 boys soccer action Tuesday. Wyatt Alcala earned the shutout for the Eagles. April 10, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 4/9 MANTI, Utah-Jaume Llabres poted a pair of goals and the Richfield Wildcats waxed Manti 3-2 in Region 15 boys soccer action Tuesday. Ethan Alford also scored in the win for the Wildcats. In defeat, Juan Diego Palerin and Trace Boggess each scored for the Templars. Region 15 Region 18 MONTCELLO, Utah-Jadden Cranney doubled twice and Dillon Lund added another double as the Millard Eagles completed a 2-A Central baseball doubleheader sweep of Monticello with a 16-5 rout of the Buckaroos Tuesday. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBaseball MONTICELLO, Utah-Hayes Monroe tripled and Austin Burratson and Jed DeGraffenreid doubled as the Millard Eagles routed Monticello 10-3 in the first game of a 2-A Central baseball doubleheader. BEAVER, Utah-Alex Hollingshead doubled and the Beaver Beavers edged Parowan 3-2 in 2-A South baseball action Tuesday. Hunter Hafen earned the win on the mound for the Beavers. Boys Soccer MONROE, Utah-Peydon Wood pitched a complete game 1-hitter as the South Sevier Rams won game one of a Region 15 doubleheader Tuesday 10-0 over Grand. Straton Lundgreen homered, Hagun Morrell doubled twice and Karson Hunt and Kaetz King each added doubles in the win for the Rams. Region 15 Written by SPANISH FORK, Utah-Joseph Valle amassed a hat trick as American Leadership pounded Juab 7-0 Tuesday in Region 14 boys soccer action. Marcus Haston earned the win in the net for the Eagles. CASTLE DALE, Utah-Brady Jacobson and Parker Lee each found the net as the North Sanpete Hawks blanked Emery 2-0 Tuesday in Region 15 boys soccer action. ENTERPRISE, Utah-Averie Staheli doubled and the Enterprise Wolves pummeled Milford 28-0 in 2-A South softball action Tuesday. SALINA, Utah-McKaylyn Edwards tripled and the Gunnison Valley Bulldogs decimated North Sevier 28-3 in 2-A Central softball action Tuesday. Halle Bjerregaard, Katelyn Cherry, Paige King, Rian Christiansen and Tayler Brackett all doubled in the win for the Bulldogs. Gracy Christenson earned the win in the circle for the Bulldogs. McKayla Crane doubled in the loss for the Wolves. 2-A Central BEAVER, Utah-Daniel Magana and Jose Albelais each scored as the Beaver Beavers blanked Parowan 2-0 Tuesday in Region 18 boys soccer action. Brody Pollman earned the shutout for the Beavers. BEAVER, Utah-Sydnee Gillins tripled and doubled twice as the Beaver Beavers routed Parowan 24-0 Tuesday in 2-A South softball action. Halle Hutchings and Rylee Gale doubled and Tavy Gale added two doubles in the win for the Beavers. Madi Robinson earned the win in the circle for the Beavers. MONROE, Utah-Peydon Wood drove in 3 runs and Tracen Winkel earned the win on the mound pitching six innings in relief as the South Sevier Rams earned a doubleheader sweep over Grand with a 19-10 win Tuesday. Brad James
Falsettos Stage and screen favorite Andrew Rannells stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers on March 31 and as you can see from the below videos, was as adorable as ever. In his delightful way, the Tony nominee revealed that during his brief reign in Hamilton, President Obama came to visit and he accidentally monopolized him. Rannells is still tortured by the belief the cast was thinking: “why does the temp get more time to talk to the President?” Along with explaining why “sex blocking” is now on his resume, he also couldn’t hide his excitement about returning to Broadway in Falsettos; previews begin at the Walter Kerr Theatre on September 29. Andrew Rannells Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 8, 2017 Related Shows View Comments
Practicing defense takes up most of Miller’s practices, and the repetition paid off Wednesday night as the top-seeded Rebels earned a 69-32 victory over La Canada in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division II-AA playoffs. Miller earned its 17th consecutive victory, improving to 27-2, and advanced to play Corona Santiago, a 65-64 winner over Harvard Westlake, on Saturday night. Wilkins also substituted five players at a time twice in the opening quarter with the hope of wearing down La Canada. “I knew their team wasn’t that deep, so I figured we could keep fresh legs in the game early,” he said. Freshman Chloe Wells led all scorers with 21 points, while junior Briana Hall added 19. “I just felt confident tonight and I knew we would win,” Hall said. “I just felt it.” La Canada (17-11) was led by Emily Ballard’s 11 points. The Spartans kept things close for the first 10 minutes, but Wells and Hall each had four points in the final 3:30 of the second quarter to lead 31-16 at halftime. The Rebels removed any lingering doubt by scoring the first seven points of the third quarter. Wilkins said the playoffs are a lot about the mental attitude, but said his team would probably have to do a better job of rebounding to make a long run in the postseason. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Rebels, winners of the Citrus Belt League with a 14-0 record, have held their opponents under 36 points for the last 13 games. “We go over defensive sets and try to get easy baskets off our defense,” Wilkins said. “Defense is all heart and attitude, and we take it to heart that we don’t get beat.” The Rebels pressed from the opening tipoff to the final buzzer, and they scored the first six points while forcing turnovers in the backcourt. Miller’s press is unique in that one of their tallest players, 6-foot junior Kenisha McKee, guards the inbound pass. “They are bigger and very athletic, and we have two 5-foot-2 guards in the backcourt,” La Canada coach Tamar Hill said. “They swarm the ball and anticipate well.” FONTANA – The guiding philosophy espoused by Miller girls basketball coach Mel Wilkins is simple. “Defense is not an option,” Wilkins said.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Thanksgiving has whizzed by and the smells, tastes and sights of the season are beginning to infuse throughout homes across Ohio. Oranges, tangelos and grapefruits have always been a played vivid role in my Christmas memories. We found oranges in the toe of our stockings, in Grandma’s orange apricot balls (last Christmas edition) and in Christmas morning orange salad. One Christmas, Grandma even had us making a child’s worst craft nightmare — orange clove pomanders. They smelled great but if memory serves me correct, it was the most tedious and boring craft poking whole cloves to cover an entire orange!The FFA plays a huge part in my Christmas citrus memories. I am not sure when The FFA began providing the logistics for December fruit delivery to Ohio. My Dad doesn’t remember selling fruit during his high school years in the 1950s. But by the 1970s our family excitedly waited for the Naval and Pink grapefruit to arrive shortly after Thanksgiving from the local FFA boys. Nothing could beat the taste of those sweet juicy Navels. By the 80s, fruit sales were in full swing when Paul remembers selling 112 cases and receiving a plaque as Top Citrus Salesman. Years later our own sons Jake and Luke joined in and our house was filled with cases of fruit waiting to be delivered during the holiday season. The sale hasn’t changed much over the years except now selections include add-ons such as strawberries, apples, cheese, nuts and even barbecue sauce.More important than providing fruit for my Christmas memories is the significance of the fruit sales as a fundraiser. Melissa Bell of Ohio FFA states that the fruit sale is vital to chapters and the Ohio FFA. Chapters raise multiple thousands of dollars — one chapter even raised enough to build a greenhouse. Ohio FFA receives nearly $50,000 in rebates from fruit sales that help fund special state FFA projects, state officer projects and the State FFA Convention and awards program. One of their biggest suppliers is the Florida Farm Bureau. An interesting ag factoid is that Florida and California combine to produce 97% of orange production, with Arizona and Texas filling in the remaining 3%. Thanks this year to Northeastern and Fairbanks FFA for filling our Christmas citrus order.Thanks to the FFA logistics Santa could always put an orange in my stocking for Christmas. Paul and I passed the tradition of putting oranges in our boys’ stockings. It never crossed our minds to the reason we did it, we just did. My parents both said as kids they didn’t have stockings at Christmas. They admitted they put oranges our stockings because they were healthy, plus they took up a lot of room so my parents didn’t have to put much else in the stockings.Other friends of all ages responded in overwhelming numbers that the folklore and traditions about the Christmas orange were not known. Oranges were put in stockings primarily because they were inexpensive and took up a lot of room in the stocking. I am sure I appreciate that reason more as a parent then I did as a child. It will be interesting to see if the availability of year-round fruit will decrease the excitement to receiving a piece of fruit Christmas morning. Still without answers about the origins of the orange tradition, I hoped that Google could help me. Here is what I found.In 16th century Britain, it became all the craze to build “orangeries” which were greenhouses where oranges were grown in pots. This being an expensive venture, oranges were primarily enjoyed by the wealthy. The poor enjoyed them only as a rare treat. Oranges were enjoyed during the 12 days of Christmas.Another folktale tells a story of a man in Turkey that was so poor he didn’t have money for his three daughters’ dowries. St. Nick threw 3 bags of gold down the chimney, which landed in the three daughters’ stockings hanging by the fire to dry. The Christmas orange symbolizes the gold coins left in toe.By the late 19th century, transportation made oranges more available nationwide during the Christmas season. During the Depression, oranges became a treasured commodity to children with stories of filling stockings with treasured fruit and nuts. Laura Ingalls Wilder even retells a story of receiving a Christmas orange in her stocking.My favorite story of all is that the slices of the orange represent the ability to share what you have with others. It’s a great reminder that that giving and sharing can cost no more than that of an orange. Bottom line: Stock up on your citrus from the FFA, buy small stockings and have a citrus filled Christmas! Christmas Citrus Salad 1 pink grapefruit, peeled3 Navel oranges, peeled2 tangelos, peeled2-3 Tablespoon powdered sugar½-1 tsp. Cinnamon1/3 c cranberries¼ c walnuts Cut Citrus in half and then chop in bite sized pieces. Stir in powdered sugar and cinnamon. Serve. Five Spice Appetizer Meatballs Floridacitrus.org 1 slightly beaten egg white 3/4 cup soft bread crumbs 1/4 teaspoon five-spice powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 pound lean ground beef 1-1/2 cups Florida Orange Juice* 3 tablespoons honey 4 teaspoons cornstarch 4 teaspoons soy sauce 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger 1 medium red and/or green sweet pepper, cut into 1-inch pieces *May substitute Florida Orange Juice from Concentrate In a large bowl combine egg white, bread crumbs, five-spice powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Add beef; mix well. Shape into 48 1-inch meatballs. Place in a 15x10x1-inch baking pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes or until no pink remains in center of meatballs. Drain.Meanwhile, in a large saucepan stir together orange juice, honey, cornstarch, soy sauce and ginger. Cook and stir until thickened and bubbly. Cook and stir for 2 minutes more. Add sweet pepper and meatballs in saucepan; cook and stir until heated through. Keep warm in a fondue pot or chafing dish. Serve with toothpicks. Yield: Makes 48 Broiled Grapefruit marthastewart.com1 blood orange2 Pink grapefruitsPowdered sugar, for dusting Preheat oven to 250°. Wash and dry blood orange, then use a serrated knife to slice off four thin rounds. Arrange on a baking sheet lined with nonstick baking mat; dust with powdered sugar. Cook until completely dry flipping halfway through about 45 minutes. Let cool completely.Heat broiler, with rack 6 inches from heat. Halve grapefruits; loosen segments from membranes with a knife, keeping halves intact. Broil until browned in spots on top 2-3 minutes. Top each half with a blood orange slice and dust with powdered sugar. Serve immediately. Tangelo Pork Stir-Fry eatingwell.com 4 servings, about 1 1/4 cups each2 tangelos3 teaspoons toasted sesame oil, divided1 pound pork tenderloin, trimmed and cut into thin strips2 medium shallots, thinly sliced2 cloves garlic, minced2 tablespoons minced fresh ginger1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper2 red bell peppers, thinly sliced2 stalks celery, thinly sliced2 tablespoons reduced-sodium soy sauce1 tablespoon rice vinegar2 teaspoons cornstarch Using a vegetable peeler, remove zest from tangelos in long strips. Cut the strips lengthwise into very thin pieces. Cut the tangelos in half and squeeze enough juice from them to get 1/2 cup.Heat a large wok or skillet over medium-high heat. Swirl in 2 teaspoons oil, then add pork and cook, stirring, until just cooked, 2 to 3 minutes. Transfer to a plate.Add the remaining 1 teaspoon oil to the pan along with shallots, garlic, ginger, crushed red pepper and the zest. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute. Add bell peppers and celery and cook, stirring constantly, until crisp-tender, about 2 minutes. Stir in the tangelo juice and soy sauce; bring to a simmer. Cook for 1 minute.Whisk vinegar and cornstarch in a small bowl, then pour it into the pan along with the pork and its juices. Cook, stirring often, until thickened and bubbling and the pork is heated through, about 1 minute. Makes 4 servings: Nutrition Per serving : 222 Calories; 6 g Fat; 1 g Sat; 2 g Mono; 74 mg Cholesterol; 16 g Carbohydrates; 26 g Protein; 3 g Fiber; 346 mg Sodium; 665 mg Potassium Clove Orange Pomander1 orangecolored ribbonClovesWrap the ribbon around the orange, twisting at the base, to divide the orange into quarters. Feed the ends under the piece of ribbon at the top of the orange. Tie a simple overhand knot to secure the ribbon in place.Now start pressing cloves into your orange. If the skin is tough pre-poke holes with a wooden skewer. Fill in between the ribbon with cloves or make pretty patterns on your orange with cloves. Try making stars, hearts and more! Use a citrus scorer to increase the fragrance by removing strings of peel. Once you are finished, hang the clove orange on your tree by tying it on with the extra ribbon, and enjoy the spicy Christmas aroma!
We cover everything you need to know about the Video Editing Supervisor, how to work with one, and how you can become one.While there are arguments to make about the value of every aspect of a film or video project’s production, I’ve always felt that the post-production process is truly the most important. Yes, a person writing a script wields unlimited possibility, and a pre-production team can decide on any manner of roles, styles, or locations. A director and a DP can build a world visually from the ground up. But it’s the post team — the video editors and motion artists — who ultimately bring everything together.The video editing process is where all the great pieces of the puzzle finally come together. And, more often than not, all the problems or mistakes contained therein get fixed. The final product is something everyone can be proud of.When you’re just starting off, whether you’re a solo producer and shooter or an aspiring editor learning the ropes, the editing process can seem pretty straightforward. You shoot footage, take it into the edit, and boom — you’re done.However, as you’ll quickly learn once you get into the world of turnkey video production companies and full-service post-production houses, the editing role quickly becomes very complicated, often requiring many different editors with many different specialties and roles.At the heart of these bigger post-production houses and workflows are the all-important video editing supervisors. So, let’s go over what the title is, what the role entails, and how to become one.What Is a Video Editing Supervisor?A Video Editing Supervisor has many roles in the editing process. (Image by FrameStockFootages.)A video editing supervisor is a person (or sometimes persons) who plans, coordinates, oversees, and reviews every step of a video edit in the post-production process.This is a middle-management type of role; a video editing supervisor works directly with clients to understand the scope of their video editing projects and to coordinate the work with a team of editors. These projects can be for a few simple edits or upwards of hundreds of individual videos and deliverables.Defining the Role and WorkflowThe Video Editing Supervisor oversees a number of technical aspects of a project. (Image by senrakawa.)While the role may vary from company to company, generally speaking, a video editing supervisor is directly above a team of editors. This includes any number of senior, junior, and assistant editors, as well as color correction and audio specialists, and all manner of motion graphics, 2D and 3D animators, and all post-production providers.In my experience, working in-house with a medium-sized, full-service video production company (with around twenty employees), the video editing supervisor would be the point person once a project wrapped shooting. All footage, assets, and information from clients goes to the video editing supervisor, who then directs the workflow.This often includes — but is not limited to — the following:Safely securing and backing up all footage.Organizing all footage, files, and assets.Creating a project timeline.Giving assignments, roles, and deadlines.Checking in and problem-solving setbacks.Organizing exports.Quality control reviews.Managing exports, uploads, etc.Organizing final deliverables.However, by its nature, a lot can go wrong or change during an edit. So, quite often, the video editing supervisor is the one who steps in to make the hard decisions on how to solve these problems. Are important shots out of focus? Did footage get corrupted during an upload? How much time does a motion graphic artist really need to animate a logo?These are questions and problems a video editing supervisor must solve quickly and creatively in the face of an impending deadline.How to Become a Video Editing SupervisorA successful Video Editing Supervisor needs to be able to manage a team and work well with individuals. (Image by Gorodenkoff.)In some ways, it makes sense to say that the video editing supervisor is simply the most senior member of the post-production team. However, that’s not always the case. A good video editing supervisor needs to have a solid background in video editing and understand at least the basics of every program, application, and role on the team.A supervisor also needs to be a good leader, manager, and organizer of many different moving parts. The best video editing supervisors I’ve worked for and with have been a good mix of both — knowledgeable and talented but also good with people, providing positive support for the rest of the team.If you’re interested in becoming a video editing supervisor, I’d suggest you start as an editor, ideally with a larger company or team. From there, you can move up from assistant to junior to senior, while developing your craft and skills. If you enjoy communicating and working with others, you can branch into the management side of things — the video editing supervisor.Cover image by Gorodenkoff.For more video editing roles, insights, and advice, check out these resources below.The Best Video Editing Programs: Final Cut Pro vs. Premiere ProGlowing Results: Grading Skin Tones in DaVinci ResolveThe Secret to Motion Blur in Adobe Premiere ProA Guide on Soliciting Feedback and Review for Film DraftsPocket 4K and Pocket 6K Owners — BRAW Comes to Premiere Pro
As he took the Mall of Asia Arena floor for the do-or-die clash with Letran on coach Egay Macaraya’s birthday, San Sebastian stalwart Michael Calisaan thought about the time when his mentor had not given up on him despite a motorcycle accident more than a year ago that nearly took his life.For Calisaan, there was no better time to repay the faith shown to him by Macaraya over the past year with the Stags’ season on the line and a first Final Four appearance in four years within reach.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next Batang Pinoy: Jabol captures long jump, 100-m dash titles just minutes apart Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kin of Misamis Oriental hero cop to get death benefits, award — PNP Costelo also shone in the final quarter, pouring nine of his 13 points for the Stags, who will clash with third seed Jose Rizal U Heavy Bombers in the next phase of the stepladder semifinals on Friday. The survivor of the duel will go up against second seed San Beda with the winner advancing to the finals against unbeaten Lyceum.“I think we deserve to be in the Final Four,” said Macaraya.The Knights tied the game for the last time at 69 before Costelo hit a teardrop with 44 seconds remaining.“One of our concerns this season is that we don’t have an import and we didn’t have the ceiling,” said Macaraya. “But the team showed heart, the character and desire to win and to reach the Final Four.”ADVERTISEMENT Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA “I wanted to win it for coach,” said Calisaan in Filipino. “He took me in and gave me a chance despite my accident last year.”The 6-foot-4 Calisaan gave Macaraya a fitting gift for his 56th birthday as he fired a career-best 36 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to power the Stags to a 74-69 victory over the Knights that sent San Sebastian to the next round of the stepladder semifinals of NCAA Season 93.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“I told him he had to make the most out of his second life,” said Macaraya, referring to Calisaan, who sustained near-fatal injuries due to a motorcycle accident in his hometown of Sta. Rita, Pampanga. “That accident was the turning point for him.”Calisaan nailed the biggest shot of the Stags’ season so far with a triple off a pass from Ryan Costelo with 18 seconds remaining, sealing the win after a nip-and-tuck final period. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:53NCAA Season 93 Preview: San Sebastian Stags01:46US defense chief agrees it’s time to take another look at defense pact with PH01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort LATEST STORIES View comments
ARLINGTON, Texas — DeMarco Murray’s workload is a frequently asked question during the week for the Dallas Cowboys. There is no doubt about the answer when the game is on the line.The NFL’s leading rusher is going to get the ball.Murray had already become the first running back in league history to start the season with seven straight 100-yard games when the Cowboys went to him seven times on a clock-killing drive that helped wrap up their sixth straight victory, 31-21 over the New York Giants on Oct. 19.“He’s extremely strong,” owner Jerry Jones said. “I would say you have to put the speed that he has for his size, but the strength would be right behind. Because he is strong, because he is violent the way he runs the ball, I think he can handle 25 carries a game and not be too much of a risk to his health.”The fourth-year back from Oklahoma reached 100 yards on a 1-yard run early in the fourth quarter to break Hall of Famer Jim Brown’s 56-year-old record of six straight games with at least 100 to start the 1958 season with Cleveland.Murray, on pace for just the sixth 400-carry season, finished with 128 yards and a late touchdown on a 1-yard plunge — a play after a catch by Dez Bryant was ruled a touchdown and overturned on replay.“Nowhere am I trying to say that I’m at (Brown’s) level by any means,” said Murray, who played through an ankle injury sustained in the first half and now has 913 yards through seven games. “Just a great player and a great person, but I’m not even in that category at all.”Tony Romo matched his season high with three touchdown passes, including the first two-touchdown game of second-year tight end Gavin Escobar’s career. But if Romo truly is becoming the second option in the Dallas offense, he is perfectly happy handing the leading role to Murray.“I love that kid,” said Romo, who was 17 of 23 for 279 yards with an interception. “He really exemplifies everything you want in a player. He’s hard-working. He’s humble. He’s a team-first guy. He’s talented. He’s explosive.”Things to consider after the Cowboys (6-1) kept rolling a week after beating Super Bowl champion Seattle on the road. It is their best start since winning six of their first seven on the way to a 13-3 finish in 2007, when they were the top seed in the NFC before losing to New York in their first playoff game.(SCHUYLER DIXON, AP Sports Writer) TweetPinShare0 Shares
TagsTransfersAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say Man Utd tell Mandzukic to decrease wage demandsby Ansser Sadiq9 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United want to sign Mario Mandzukic from Juventus in January, but not at any price.The Red Devils are on the lookout for an experienced striker who could add a physical presence and goals to the team midseason.Mandzukic was a summer target, but the clubs could not agree on a fee late in the transfer window.ESPNsays United want to sign the player, but they want to ensure the 33-year-old reduces his wage demands first.Another report suggests United will offer Mandzukic £85,000-a-week, which is almost equivalent to his existing salary at the Italian club.But the Croatian could be looking for a pay rise in what would be his final major contract as a footballer.
(THE CANADIAN PRESS) VANCOUVER, B.C. – Trans Mountain has filed a six-month construction schedule with the National Energy Board for the expansion of the pipeline.The company says work has been underway since last fall at the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, B.C., and will continue, along with additional work in the province’s Lower Mainland.In July, it says it will begin developing the Westridge Marine Terminal tunnel portal at Burnaby Mountain and relocate existing infrastructure to expand the Burnaby Terminal. It also says work on a 290-kilometre stretch of pipeline between Edmonton and Jasper National Park will begin in August and include surveying, staking and flagging the right-of-way.Banners unfurled and flying under the Ironworkers Memorial bridge, where demonstrators opposed to Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion are suspended. They say their intent is to block tanker traffic from passing through. @CTVVancouver pic.twitter.com/15T79AIkJR— Maria Weisgarber (@ctv_mariaw) July 3, 2018It says it will clear trees and vegetation in the area while taking measures to protect the environment, such as weed control, the relocation of rare plants and wildlife surveys.In September, surveying, staking and flagging the right-of-way will begin in North Thompson, B.C., on a 120-kilometre stretch between Mt. Robson Provincial Park and Blue River.On Tuesday, activists with Greenpeace rappelled off a bridge in Vancouver to protest the pipeline expansion, which is being purchased by the Canadian government for $4.5 billion.Breaking news: anti-Kinder Morgan Transmountain Pipeline banners unfurled off Ironworkers 2nd Narrows Bridge by @GreenpeaceCA. They say they are low enough to block tanker from exiting KM terminal. There are climbers hanging off the banners. Details coming up on @CTVMorningLive pic.twitter.com/zlOKpr0LSn— Nafeesa Karim (@nafeesakarim) July 3, 2018
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – ICBC is reminding drivers to use caution when driving through parking lots during the holiday season.ICBC says some drivers mistakenly believe that driving in parking lots is ‘safer’ due to lower travel speeds, but drivers need to continue practicing their safe driving habits, even while travelling in parking lots.Parking lots present drivers with unique challenges such as increased congestion and heavy pedestrian activity. The holiday season could add a layer of distraction with people more apt to be preoccupied with their shopping list or finding a parking spot. While most parking lot crashes happen at low speeds and only result in vehicle damage, dealing with the aftermath of a collision is the quickest way to put a damper on the holiday spirit.According to ICBC, about 150,000 crashes happened in parking lots last year resulting in 5,400 injuries.ICBC receives hundreds of thousands of vehicle damage claims every year, with costs exceeding $1.5 billion.Drivers are encouraged to apply a bit of holiday cheer, be courteous and have a bit more patience during this time of year.Here are some safety tips:The rules of the road still apply, even on private property: Drivers should know that the law still applies, even in mall parking lots. Avoid cutting diagonally through a lot – travel only in the appropriate lanes. Don’t use your phone while driving, instead, program your navigation or holiday tunes before you start your car.Have your car facing out in your parking spot: This position is safest for drivers because it helps you avoid the risk of reversing into a lane with potential blind spots when leaving.Park further away, if you can: Instead of circling endlessly to get a spot that’s closest to the mall entrance, pick a place that’s further away. You’ll avoid a high-traffic area where you’re more likely to crash with another vehicle or hit a pedestrian.Slow down and be on alert: Drivers should drive slowly in parking lots to have enough time to react to an unexpected vehicle backing out of their parking spot or an unanticipated pedestrian, especially young children, which may be harder to see.Pay attention to the arrows and stop signs: Many parking lots are quite narrow, restricting specific lanes to a single direction. Pay attention to the signs and markings on the road to avoid getting into a crash.Don’t block traffic: Deciding to follow a shopper, then waiting for them to load their car, buckle up and leave, jams up traffic behind you and likely takes you much longer than if you had just found a spot further away. Sitting idle in a lane can leave you vulnerable to a collision, and you could be blocking other drivers who are trying to move.Let it go: No sense in having a showdown with another driver for a parking spot. Move along, and maybe that good karma will net you something nice this season.For more information and driving tips, you can visit ICBC.com