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September 18, 2019
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Vincent Kompanys father becomes Belgiums first black mayor

first_imgPierre Kompany was chosen as Belgium’s first-ever black mayor after winning an election in BrusselsThe 71-year-old mechanical engineer ran for mayor in Ganshoren as a non-partisan candidate that applied to cleaning up the environment.Kompany Sr, who originally came from DR Congo, won the election with 28.38% of the votes going in his favour on Sunday.The new Ganshoren mayor is the father of Manchester City captain Vincent and Francois, who plays for Belgian side Roeselare.“History! We are so proud of you dad. Came over from the DR Congo, as a refugee, in 1975,” wrote Vincent on Instagram.Raheem Sterling, EnglandTop 5 best players from the international break weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 After a fresh international break just came to an end, we need to talk about the Top 5 best players during this whole weekend.We…“Now gained the trust of your local community becoming the first ever black elected mayor in Belgium! It was long overdue but it’s progress. Massive congrats!”Kompany Sr first became involved in politics at Belgium in 2006 as a counsellor before becoming a member of the  Brussels parliament in 2014.Pierre Kompany, the father of Manchester City’s captain and the Belgian national team’s defender Vincent, has been elected as Belgium’s first black mayor pic.twitter.com/eXX0AfqiLS— TRT World (@trtworld) October 16, 2018last_img read more

September 14, 2019
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Dunleavy Restarts Gubernatorial Campaign

first_imgSenator Dunleavy suspended his campaign for Governor three months ago due to a non-life threatening medical condition that required an undetermined treatment and recovery. Individuals are limited to donating $500 per calendar year to campaigns. Like his fellow gubernatorial hopeful former Speaker of the House Mike Chenault, Dunleavy is currently a member of the Alaska State Legislature. Story as aired:Audio PlayerDorene-on-dunleavy-restarts-gubernatorial-campaign.mp3VmDorene-on-dunleavy-restarts-gubernatorial-campaign.mp300:00RPd Governor Bill Walker, who has announced his intention to run for a second term, can continue to receive campaign funds while the Legislature is in session. Alaska State Campaign finance law demands that their campaigns stop receiving checks the day the Legislature reconvenes for the Second Session on January 17th until such a time as the session is gaveled out. Senator Dunleavy says his top priorities include keeping Alaskans safe, balancing the budget, and protecting the PFD as envisioned by its founders. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Ultra conservative Republicans just got their wish granted, Senator Mike Dunleavy announced Thursday he is re-engaging his campaign for Governor, effective immediately. In a written statement, Dunleavy advised he has fully recovered from a efforts to address the atrial fibrillation and subsequent treatment for inflammation of the heart tissue he says caused serious fatigue.last_img read more

September 14, 2019
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Primary Election Day Today

first_imgFor Senate District O, incumbent Peter Micciche is up against challenger Ron Gillham, both of Soldotna. Voters will also select a Republican to move on to what’s expected to be a closely watched Governor and Lt. Governor race this fall and choose the latest contender to try to unseat the longest-serving member of the U.S. House. Here are the candidates for Kenai Peninsula voters… In District 31, incumbent Paul Seaton is running a nonpartisan candidate in the Democratic primary. In District 30, incumbent Republican representative Gary Knopp is running unopposed. In House District 29, Republicans will choose between Wayne Ogle and Ben Carpenter, both of Nikiski. Democrats have a single candidate, Shawn Butler of Hope.center_img Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Polls open today for the State of Alaska’s Primary Election and KSRM News will have updates tonight as the results filter in. Polls will be open 7am-8pm. Republicans will choose between three primary candidates, Sarah Vance of Homer, John Cox of Anchor Point and Henry Kroll of Anchor Point. Former state Senator Mike Dunleavy and former Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell are seeking the Republican nomination for governor. The winner advances to the November general election. Governor Bill Walker, an independent, is skipping Tuesday’s primaries, while former U.S. Sen. Mark Begich is unopposed in the Democratic primary. Libertarian William “Billy” Toien also is running.last_img read more

September 14, 2019
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Walker Mallott To Remain On General Election Ballot

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Any vote for a candidate for either governor and lieutenant governor on the general election ballot will be counted. Samantha Miller, a spokeswoman for the Division of Elections, said that Walker would be re-elected if he got the most votes. Walker ended his re-election bid just days after Byron Mallott resigned as Lt. Governor over what Walker described as an “inappropriate overture to a woman”. Both candidates withdrew after the September 4 deadline and will appear on the ballot. For those thousands of people who requested an absentee ballot for the statewide general election, you may be able to request another ballot if you want to change your vote following Governor Walker’s leaving the race on Friday.center_img According to the DOE, if you have filed out your absentee ballot, but have not mailed it you can still request a new one. However, there is nothing in Alaska law that would allow a person who has already mailed in their ballots to vote again. The Division of Elections released a statement on Monday: “The candidate withdrawal deadline for the 2018 general election ballot was Tuesday, September 4, 2018. No candidate for governor or lieutenant governor withdrew by the deadline and all candidate names are on the final ballot. A vote for any candidate for governor or lieutenant governor appearing on the 2018 general election ballot will be counted as a vote for that candidate.”last_img read more

September 14, 2019
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Give Locally For GivingTuesday

first_imgThe holiday season is a time to reflect on what we are thankful for. This year take the next step by supporting local causes you care about. Donations will help with the Food Bank’s annual operating expenses and special events like last month’s turkey drive which saw close to 100 Thanksgiving dinner distributed to families with children. The turkey drive will continue until Christmas. Celebrated on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and consumer oriented Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many start to focus on holiday and end-of-year giving. One local organization participating in #GivingTuesday, is the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Over the past week we’ve had Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and now tomorrow marks Giving Tuesday. Other local organizations accepting donations for the giving holiday; the Leeshore Center, Kenai Watershed Forum, and Kenai Boys and Girls Club.. to name a few. Giving Tuesday was created to unite us all in a day of generosity, and to make a positive difference in the world at the start of the busy holiday season.last_img read more

September 1, 2019
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No 4 Louisville Falls in Final Game Against UConn

first_imgThe Cardinals put runners on second and third with just one out in the sixth, but were unable to cut into the two-run deficit. Connecticut then put a run up in the seventh and added two more in the eighth. For the third consecutive game, it was the Cardinals that got on the scoreboard first. Jake Snider was hit by a pitch with one away in the bottom of the first inning and was brought home on a RBI single by Logan Wyatt. Hoeing worked his way through the first two innings without trouble and retired the first two hitters of the third. However, UConn (2-1) strung together consecutive singles and a hit by pitch to load the bases. Christian Fedko then hit a long fly ball to left field that carried out over the wall to give the Huskies a 4-1 advantage. Preview Live Stats LAKELAND, Fla. – In the rubber game of the series, the fourth-ranked Louisville baseball team took an 8-3 loss against No. 20 Connecticut on Sunday. The game was played at Joker Marchant Stadium. Next Game: Eastern Kentucky 2/19/2019 | 3:00 PM Listen Live Watch Live Full Schedule Roster Avery Santos got the win for the Huskies, allowing one run in two innings of work in relief of starter Joe Simeone. Jacob Wallace picked up the final four outs for his second save of the weekend. ACC Network Extra Drew Campbell brought the final run across the plate for the Cards in the fifth, scoring Wyatt with a ground ball. However, Louisville still had opportunities over the final four innings. Louisville starting pitcher Bryan Hoeing took the loss, giving up five runs across four innings. The righty struck out four and gave up six hits. Louisville (1-2) answered right back with a solo home run off the bat of Wyatt, his first of the season. UConn’s response was immediate though, as a two-out RBI single pushed the margin back out to three. The final opportunity came in the eighth, as Lucas Dunn doubled to start a two-out rally. Tyler Fitzgerald and Snider each drew walks to load the bases for Ethan Stringer. In a 2-2 count, Stringer was hit by a pitch, but the home plate umpire ruled that he didn’t attempt to get out of the way, resulting in a third strike and the final out of the inning. Louisville then went in order in the ninth to close out the loss. Dunn, Danny Oriente and Wyatt each had two of UofL’s nine hits. Wyatt reached base in his first three trips to the plate to run his streak to eight straight plate appearances in which he reached before being retired to start the seventh. Louisville will begin a 14-game homestand on Wednesday against Eastern Kentucky. The home opener is scheduled for a 3:00 p.m. first pitch. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

September 1, 2019
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ACC Network Tabs Eric Wood as an Analyst

first_imgStory Links LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Eric Wood, a four-year letterwinner at the University of Louisville, was named as one of the analysts for the ACC Network, the league announced Wednesday. The ACCN will air 14 live football games over the first three weeks showcasing 11 conference teams, 10 home openers and five conference matchups. All three weeks will feature at least four games on ACCN, with Weeks 1 and 2 carrying five games. Highlighting Week 2 is a four-game slate that features Miami at North Carolina in a Coastal Division clash in primetime at 8 p.m. ET. Cotter, a familiar face across ESPN programs, will call play-by-play for a variety of ACC sports along with anchoring in studio. Herzlich and Wood will share insights and analysis earned from their time as former ACC football (Boston College and Louisville, respectively) and NFL (New York Giants and Buffalo Bills, respectively) stars, in studio and in the booth. Charlotte sports anchor Riggs is slated for reporter and anchor duties.  Wood, a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, was considered one of the top offensive linemen to ever play at Louisville, closing his career with 49 consecutive starts at center – the second-longest streak in school history. Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, and Kelsey Riggs were also named joining Debbie Antonelli, Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Eric Mac Lain, Mark Packer, Mark Richt and LaChina Robinson were previously announced. He was a three-time all-BIG EAST selection, earning first team accolades in 2007 and 2008, while posting second team honors during the 2006 campaign. Wood was Louisville’s starting center for four seasons from 2005-08. He guided the 2006 squad to a 12-1 record, a BIG EAST title, and a win over Wake Forest in the school’s first appearance in the Orange Bowl. Anchoring the offensive line, the 2007 offense ranked sixth nationally with an average of 488.0 yards per game.After redshirting his initial year at Louisville, Wood started all 12 games at center in leading the Cardinals to a 9-4 record and a berth in the Gator Bowl.Offensively, the Cardinals finished third in the country in scoring offense at 43.4 points per game and ninth in total offense with an average of 482.1 yards per game.Wood was named Freshman All-American by Rivals.com, Sporting News and College Football News.Off the field, Wood was just as impressive, earning Academic All-BIG EAST honors in four-straight years.  After his Louisville career, Wood was the No. 29 pick in the first round by the Buffalo Bills, becoming the first UofL offensive linemen to be taken in the first round since Bruce Armstrong was a first-round pick by the New England Patriots in the 1987 NFL Draft. He went on to play 10 seasons with the Bills, earning 120 career starts and was a 2015 Pro Bowl selection.Fans are encouraged to visit www.GetACCN.com to sign up and stay up to date on the ACC Network.  Frequently asked questions about the ACC Network are available online at this link: https://gocards.com/sports/2019/4/16/acc-network-faq.aspx  Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

September 1, 2019
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Louisville Baseball to Host NCAA Regional

first_img On sale now by ordering online here Available in-person or by phone starting Tuesday 9 a.m. ET Reserved Chairback: $70 Berm/General Admission: $55 2019 NCAA REGIONAL – LOUISVILLE, KY. – TICKET INFORMATIONAll-Session Tickets Single-Session Tickets The 2019 NCAA Regional, which is scheduled to begin on Friday, will be the eighth time the Cardinals have hosted the regional round of the championship, having also done so in 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Louisville has also hosted the NCAA Super Regional round in 2007, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Since 2009, only Florida and Florida State have hosted more regionals than the Cardinals. All-session tickets for the 2019 NCAA Regional in Louisville are currently available and can be purchased online here. Tickets will also be available for purchase by phone (502-GO-CARDS) or in person through the Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office at Cardinal Stadium Tuesday-Friday during business hours of 9 a.m.-5 p.m., ET. All-session tickets for the four-team, double-elimination regional are $70 for reserved chairback seats and $55 for general admission berm seating. Buy NCAA Regional Tickets Louisville is making its 12th NCAA postseason appearance during head coach Dan McDonnell’s 13 seasons and the program’s 13th NCAA appearance overall. The field of 64 teams and regional pairings for the 2019 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship, including the three teams that will join the Cardinals at the Louisville Regional on May 31-June 3, will be announced live on ESPNU on Monday at noon ET. Game times for the Louisville Regional will be announced on Monday afternoon after the matchups have been released by the NCAA. The Louisville baseball team will enter the 2019 NCAA Championship with a 43-15 overall record after clinching its fourth ACC Atlantic Division title in five seasons at 21-9 in conference play. On sale starting Thursday 10 a.m. ET Available online at GoCards.com or in-person (no phone orders) at Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office at Cardinal Stadium Tickets will be available at Jim Patterson Stadium starting Friday at noon ET Reserved Chairback: $15 Berm/General Admission: $10 College Student (with ID): $5 Story Links Athens, Georgia – Georgia (44-15) Atlanta, Georgia – Georgia Tech (41-17) Baton Rouge, Louisiana – LSU (37-24) Chapel Hill, North Carolina – North Carolina (42-17) Corvallis, Oregon – Oregon State (36-18-1) Fayetteville, Arkansas – Arkansas (41-17) Greenville, North Carolina – East Carolina (43-15) Los Angeles, California – UCLA (47-8) Louisville, Kentucky – Louisville (43-15) Lubbock, Texas – Texas Tech (39-17) Morgantown, West Virginia – West Virginia (37-20) Nashville, Tennessee – Vanderbilt (49-10) Oxford, Mississippi – Ole Miss (37-25) Stanford, California – Stanford (41-11) Starkville, Mississippi – Mississippi State (46-13) Stillwater, Oklahoma – Oklahoma State (36-18)Print Friendly Version 2019 NCAA BASEBALL REGIONAL HOST SITES Since opening the gates at Jim Patterson Stadium in 2005, the Cardinals have won more than 77 percent of their games in the ballpark posting a 396-113 record (.778 winning percentage), including an impressive 33-4 mark during the 2017 season at the corner of Third and Central. The Cardinals are 25-6 on their home field this season. Louisville set a school record for home wins with 36 in 2016 and the Cardinals have registered 30 or more wins at home in four of the last six seasons. Fans are encouraged to purchase and pick up tickets in advance or print their tickets at home to avoid long will call lines on game day. Tickets can be picked up at the Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office, located at Cardinal Stadium. No tickets will be mailed. Single session tickets, including reserved chairback and general admission berm seating, will go on sale Thursday, May 30 at 10 a.m., ET online at GoCards.com or at the Cardinal Stadium Ticket Office. Tickets will also be available at Jim Patterson Stadium starting on Friday, May 31 at noon ET. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The college baseball postseason will return to Jim Patterson Stadium, as the University of Louisville was chosen Sunday by the NCAA Division I Selection Committee as one of 16 regional hosts for the 2019 NCAA Baseball Championship. Fans can follow Louisville baseball on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram at @LouisvilleBSB.last_img read more

September 1, 2019
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NBC Sports Launches Philly Pass Streaming Subscription for OutofMarket Eagles Phillies and

first_imgHowever, to stream Eagles, Phillies or Sixers games live, fans will need to turn elsewhere. The NFL’s out-of-market package for Sunday games is available exclusively through DirecTV, while MLB sells the MLB.TV subscription service and NBA offers the similar League Pass.“Philadelphia sports fans are some of the most passionate in the country,” said David Preschlack, president of NBC Sports Regional Networks and Platform and Content Strategy, said in a statement. “We are pleased to offer displaced Philly fans the ability to watch our popular sports programs, and give them the insight and coverage of their home teams from the voices of NBC Sports Philadelphia.”“Philly Pass” is NBC Sports Regional Network’s second move into the over-the-top streaming space, but it’s very different from its first foray, “Blazers Pass.” Launched in November 2017, NBC Sports Gold “Blazers Pass,” $34.99 per season, provides select Portland Trail Blazers games live-streaming anywhere in the U.S. — although that plan is available only to residents in the Portland market, pursuant to NBA restrictions.NBC Sports Gold is available on multiple platforms, including Apple iOS, Android, Apple TV (fourth generation and later), Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast and online at NBCSportsGold.com. The streaming service is powered by Playmaker Media, NBC Sports Digital’s technology service.For now, NBC Sports has opted to not pursue a bundled-sports streaming subscription plan, as ESPN has with ESPN+.This summer, NBC Sports inked a three-year deal for the PGA Tour’s live-streaming subscription service, which will move exclusively to NBC Sports Gold in the U.S. starting in 2019. Other a la carte packages on NBC Sports Gold provide access to Britain’s Premier League soccer, Tour de France cycling, Rugby World Cup, the Boston Marathon and Pro Motocross. Also in 2019, it will add an IndyCar streaming subscription option.More info on the “Philly Pass” service is at nbcsports.com/gold/phillypass.Pictured above: Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15center_img Die-hard Philadelphia sports fans who reside outside the City of Brotherly Love’s market confines can now stream NBC Sports Philadelphia’s programming for the Eagles, Phillies and Sixers — but the new subscription plan doesn’t include any live games.NBC Sports Regional Networks is launching “Philly Pass,” a direct-to-consumer product targeted at displaced Philadelphia sports fans, for $29.99 per year or $3.99 per month. It’s part of the NBC Sports Gold suite of direct-to-consumer live-streaming packages.“Philly Pass” includes access to NBC Sports Philadelphia’s Eagles, Phillies and Sixers pre- and post-game programs; the network’s weekday sports program “Philly Sports Talk”; and the Eagles-focused “Quick Slants.” The service also includes other team-focused programming, including the 2018 Eagles Championship Parade and documentary “World Champions: The Story of the ’08 Phillies.”last_img read more

August 10, 2019
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January 25 2016The third annual Here we see Zuni

first_imgJanuary 25, 2016The third annual Here we see Zuni Ishakawa teaching her class “Dying with Natural Dyes” outside in the silt-cast area below the Music Center.[photos and text by Sue Kirsch]Val Hilburgh with her “Hand Spindle” class in the Music Center.Mary Conti with some of her students of “Tapestry and Beyond” in the old bakery.Louise Hall and her student Chris with a gorgeous scarf made during “Nuno Felting” class.Tasha Miller Griffith teaching Felt Cuff and Beads.last_img

August 6, 2019
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Ofcom has sold two bands of 4G and 5G spectrum to

first_imgOfcom has sold two bands of 4G and 5G spectrum to the owners of the UK’s main mobile operators – EE, Three, O2 and Vodafone – in an auction that has raised £1.356 billion (€1.55 billion).The two auctioned bands were: 2.3 GHz, which is usable by current mobile phones and will help improve existing 4G capacity in the UK; and 3.4 GHz, which isn’t useable by today’s devices but has been earmarked for 5G use.Telefonica UK, owner of the O2 network, won all 40 MHz of 2.3 GHz spectrum at a cost of £205.9 million, in a move that will bolster its 4G footprint across the country.The 3.4 GHz band was split between all four operators: EE took 40 MHz for £302.6 million; Hutchinson 3G UK, owner of Three, won 20 MHz for £151.3 million; Telefonica secured 40 MHz for £317.7 million; and Vodafone bought 50 MHz for £378.2 million.A fifth bidder, US-owned company Airspan Spectrum Holdings, was the only bidder not to win spectrum in either band.“This is good news for everyone who uses their mobile phone to access the internet,” said Philip Marnick, spectrum group director at Ofcom.“As a nation we’re using ever more mobile data on smartphones and mobile devices. Releasing these airwaves will make it quicker and easier to get online on the move. It will also allow companies to prepare for 5G mobile, paving the way for a range of smart, connected devices.”A total of 34 lots of spectrum were sold across the two bands in what was termed the principal stage of the auction. Ofcom will now move to the assignment stage – a short process that will allow the winning companies to bid to determine where in the frequency bands their new spectrum will be located.This is expected to conclude within a couple of weeks, following which Ofcom will issue licences to the winning bidders so they can start to put their spectrum to use.While this will likely see a near-term boost to O2’s 4G coverage, 5G deployments could still be a couple of years out to allow for compatible devices to come to market and for infrastructure build-out.Kester Mann, principle analyst, operators, CCS Insight said: “O2 emerged as the big winner, sweeping up all of the crucial 2.3 GHz airwaves that can immediately offer much-needed 4G capacity. As the most spectrum-constrained operator, this sale was more crucial to O2 than any of its rivals and the result gives it the certainty to continue its mobile-centric strategy in the UK market.“The overall spend at nearly £1.4 billion was higher than expected and reflects a hugely competitive sale, with the frequencies vital to helping formulate each network operator’s long-term strategy. Attention now moves to the 700 MHz sale – another 5G band that is vital for wide-area coverage – that could be auctioned in the UK as soon as next year.”The 700 MHz band sale will see spectrum reallocated from digital terrestrial TV to mobile data.last_img read more