The quarterfinals begin thursday in jackson. Switching gears to baseball. Ole miss needed a win over tulane this afternoon atswayze field to complete the series sweep, and improve to 7 0 on the young season. Team 1 got goals from six different players to double up their opponent 6 3 in the final. Chris Stregger, Joel Rutten, Geoff Horn, Levon Findlay, Jaedyn Carefoot, and Tyler Moate all scored in the win. Lamuel Mushoriwa earned the win in goal.
“They were just supportive. Team USA is awesome. The rest of the team, all the skaters, I’m very confident that they’ll be able to back me up with their skates. It was part of an award ceremony at the police department. Wayne hereford was there and has this report. .” standup.”things are quite right now here at the tupelo police community meeting room but earlier today fourteen officers were recognized for their bravery ,given awards for their courage in the line of duty.
On Thursday, May 10 the van was parked at Dr. DA Perley Elementary where students from Grades 1 to 6 had an opportunity to experience the hands on program with marine life. Students broke up into smaller groups and where led around four unique education stations with an educator.
Some of the really clever ones were awesome, like and his picture puzzle one was great too. Oral Mews has been really imaginative and I enjoyed his stuff. Scott Grant and Peter MacDonald are super artistic Scott snap of all the boys in the car and Pete picture with pennies on his eyes ROCKED IT.
“We’ve done a gazillion studies to prove to the government and whomever else that this is a valid business case and that this is a need for our First Nations,” Kenequanash says, noting that the Keewaytinook Okimakanak communities joined the project in 2013 and Sandy Lake and Wabigoon joined in 2015. “There is a whole process of community engagement that needs to be done. If you want First Nations’ meaningful participation, understanding and support in any major development that may happen in our homelands, there is a requirement for our First Nations to be part of that.
The Fond du Lac City Council this weekend will have to cut the list of candidates for the vacant seat on the Council by at least half. More than a dozen names had been submitted to the City Clerk office by early Friday afternoon. In setting up the procedure for interviews for the seat, the Council decided it would interview six candidates.
McClintock said, though, that his campaign has been going well. We seeing a hardening of the partisan lines, McClintock said. Think very few Republicans are going to be voting for a Democrat this year. This election will be known as the “Citizens United” election, named for the Supreme Court decision that opened the spigot for corporate spending on candidate specific television ads. I tend to think the effect of that decision itself is overrated. Most of the big money coming in is from rich individuals or their closely held corporations.