Greenfield Beautiful and spacious McClain Field in Greenfield has the most adequate track and field facility of the region having a 220 yard straightaway and hard surfaced areas for all field events. Permanent bleachers and a new fence were built in 1959 with the improvements being financed in part by bonds sold for this purpose by the athletic department. Cost of the improvements at the school during the past five years, including a complete renovation of the swimming pool, have been in excess of $25,000..

Southern Alberta was settled by the aboriginal people and early pioneers, or as most people remember it, cowboys and Indians. The centenary parade tomorrow will be led by Alberta’s most famous real cowboy, Ian Tyson, and the seven chiefs of the Treaty 7 First Nations. The parade route follows the dull enumerated names of Calgary’s downtown streets and avenues, but the city’s main thoroughfares pay tribute to its aboriginal heritage Deerfoot Trail, Crowchild Trail, Blackfoot Trail, Sarcee Trail, Stoney Trail, Shaganappi Trail..

Ilya Kovalchuk, OAR: The first overall pick in the 2001 Draft, Kovalchuk is one of the main attractions on the men’s side of the tournament. He can return to the NHL without any restrictions next season, so most fans and scouts are keeping a close eye on No. 71.

She has been recording for a number of months at studios in Toronto, California and New York City, and said she is about per cent done. Hope to have it out early next year. And I don know if I will do it independently or with a label. Hutton Elementary in Grand Forks. A middle school of Grade 6 to 8 students would be established in the current Dr. Perley Elementary School facilities and the Grand Forks Secondary School would have Grades 9 to 12..

She said that the man told her: you know you would use it as a weapon. So shut the f up. Felt the hate in his voice and his raging eyes, Ahmad wrote in an earlier Facebook while the plane was still in flight. Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsSpending the upcoming holidays with his family and going to work are two things 48 year old Jeff Lorenz of Watertown will not take for granted. While working at a construction site in Fond du Lac this past August he suffered a major heart attack. Jeff had no pulse and was not breathing.

Validates tribal science. Their concerns deserve a second look, says Paula Maccabee, an environmental lawyer who first obtained the DNR memo and has been one of PolyMet’s most vocal critics. Going to win here, science or politics? Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s (MPCA) impaired waters list includes streams within the PolyMet drainage area and identifies mercury in fish as the problem.