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BOISE The nation’s longest running cold weather bowl game returns for its 21st year in Boise on Friday, Dec. 22, and will feature two teams making their first appearances in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. Mountain Time.

The Cowboys finished second behind Boise State in the Mountain Division of the Mountain West Conference, and features future NFL draft pick Josh Allen. The junior quarterback injured his throwing shoulder on Nov. 11, but said this week that he is 90 percent better and is hoping to play in the bowl game. Without Allen at the helm, Wyoming had a disappointing end to the season, losing its final two games.

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Meanwhile, Central Michigan comes into the bowl riding a five game win streak. The Chippewas finished second in the West Division of the Mid American conference behind conference champion Toledo. The Potato Bowl will be the program’s fourth consecutive bowl, and its first time playing in Boise since 2001,
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The game will be televised on ESPN, which can be found on the following channels:

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Tickets are available on the bowl’s website. Fans can also buy tickets through Wyoming and Central Michigan’s websites to ensure they sit with like minded fans. Individual tickets range in price from $20 to $75.


The teams will arrive in Boise on Monday, Dec. 18 and will be treated to fun activities leading up to the game. Players will get to go bowling for charity at Pinz Bowling Center in Meridian. They will also get to go tubing at Bogus Basin or go kart racing, depending on weather conditions.

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The mercury is stalled near 40 degrees, but Anne Offermann is the very vision of spring as she picks her way through the parks of Mount Vernon Place in a pale lemon jacket so thin it’s almost see through, featherweight khakis and a wide brimmed straw visor. Yet now, as the wind rakes frozen fingers through just blossomed cherry trees, she barely shivers. Her sartorial strategy?

“Long underwear,” she says, hiking up a cuff to reveal an ankle armored in thick black fabric.

No one is, which is why there are some strange outfits afoot in summery suede moccasins with extra thick socks, no less. Corduroy pants paired with barely there cotton T shirts, down parkas with denim skirts. Lime green fabric Longchamp bags slung over the furry arms of faux beaver jackets.

“It’s still freezing, but we’ve all got spring fever,” said Alexandra Calvert, who was walking her dog on Wolfe Street one nippy morning this week, wearing a long sleeve T shirt under a short sleeve T shirt and hot pink clogs perforated with dime size holes.

“Great ventilation,” the 16 year old explained. “I’m fine, unless it snows.”

Who’s to say it won’t? Mother Nature is having major mood swings. A friendly sun coaxes out the daffodils, then the wind knocks them flat. During the morning commute, the only sign of late March’s proverbial lamb is the sheepskin collar on a leather jacket. But by noon, downtown resembles the new Scores, with people shucking excess layers left and right.

Baltimoreans have more trouble getting dressed now than during any other season, said Ray Mitchener, a manager for Ruth Shaw in Cross Keys.

Starting in early March, “I get these calls: I’m in my closet, please help me,'” he said. “People just get sick of waiting for winter to be done, and they don’t know what to do. They ask: Can I go to a dinner party with open toe shoes and stockings?’

“And, no, you cannot,” he said.

The bad news is that some of the season spanning looks that passed muster in other years, such as the Mischa Barton Ugg boot and miniskirt combo, are out. You shouldn’t wear flip flops with flannel, unless you’re headed for a pedicure. Instead, fashion magazines feature a glittering array of spring transition pieces: butterfly tunics, flutter sleeves, leather espadrilles for men.

But those without the time, money or inclination to purchase polyester crinkle shirts or snake print lace camisoles must dress by their wits. And they do.

Nowhere in the glossy spreads of GQ, for instance, is there the slightest suggestion of the following ensemble: a puffy brown silk jacket zipped over a Chinese character printed T shirt, chino shorts and hiking boots.

“This is going to sound weird, but I have really warm legs,” said Mark Williams, the wearer and a Baltimore pianist. As soon as he realized that the temperature might creep higher than 50 this week, shorts became an obsession.

But trudging about a block away that same morning, Tawanna Davis’ legs were bound in leather pants. To walk just a few steps to her office, she dressed like Sir Ernest Shackleton traversing Antarctica, in a heavy parka, wool hat, shantung scarf and Timberland boots.

This get up, she explained, was fallout from of a foolish foray into spring fashion a few weeks earlier, when she misjudged the March weather.

“Instead of turtleneck sweaters, I started with the cute tank tops,” she said. “As a result, I’ve been sick for a week.”

The trick, she said, is “staying consistent.” Her thermal wear is staying on “until it gets drastic, like 80 degrees.”

A few people have little choice about what to wear. Crossing guards, for example. The reflective, super bright orange vest remains a staple, “and the only thing that really changes is whether or not we wear a scarf,” said Catherine Anderson from her post at Washington and Gough streets.

Then there are the four months pregnant people, such as Stacie Ebersold of York, Pa., who knew when she bought all short sleeved maternity clothes that she would be sorry for a few weeks in March and April. (Talk to her in the dog days of August, though.)

Before getting dressed, Linda Dembo of Baltimore likes to throw open her 11th floor apartment’s window so that she can gauge the worst of the wind.

David Griffin, a Baltimore janitor, just goes outside and breathes. If there’s condensation, he grabs a jacket.

Even if the senses scream otherwise, sometimes you just have to grin and wear it, said Alyson Hettrick, a 20 year old Johns Hopkins University student who knew perfectly well Monday morning that she shouldn’t be caught in a chino skirt and thin Polo buttondown when temperatures were expected to dip into the 30s.
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The family of Leo Paul Massicotte, III, of Manchester, is offering a $5,000 cash reward to locate the Manchester man, who has been missing since July 3, 2011.

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Anyone with information on Massicotte can call Manchester Police Department Crime Stoppers at 1 931 461 8888 or Detective Ray Stewart at the Manchester Police Department 931 728 2099.

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which they were required to uphold.”ICE spokesman Shawn Neudauer said Tuesday that the agency doesn’t comment on pending litigation, but added that “lack of comment should not be construed as agreement with or stipulation to any of the allegations.”Serrano Vitorino is jailed in St. Louis awaiting trial on a first degree murder charge in the death of Randy Nordman, of New Florence, Missouri. He is charged in Kansas in the deaths of Harter, Clint Harter, Mike Capps and Jeremy Waters.Serrano Vitorina has pleaded not guilty. Missouri prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>11 year old girl dies suddenly in her sleep11 year old girl dies suddenly in her sleepUpdated: Thursday, March 8 2018 6:12 AM EST2018 03 08 11:12:56 GMTA local family is mourning the loss of an 11 year old girl who died unexpectedly just a few days ago. Janiyah Taylor passed away Monday morning in her sleep.A local family is mourning the loss of an 11 year old girl who died unexpectedly just a few days ago. Janiyah Taylor passed away Monday morning in her sleep.Attackers used blunt saw to cut into South African triathlete’s legsAttackers used blunt saw to cut into South African triathlete’s legsUpdated: Thursday, March 8 2018 12:02 AM EST2018 03 08 05:02:17 GMTIn this photo taken June 21, 2015 and supplied by B Active Sports, Mhlengi Gwala competes in an event in Durban, South Africa. (B Active Sports/Jethro Snyders via AP)Several attackers pulled Gwala off his bicycle as he cycled up a steep hill and sawed into his right calf, damaging muscle, nerves, and bone.Several attackers pulled Gwala off his bicycle as he cycled up a steep hill and sawed into his right calf, damaging muscle, nerves, and bone.Clinton police officer killed, 2 hurt when sent to wrong houseClinton police officer killed, 2 hurt when sent to wrong houseUpdated: Thursday, March 8 2018 10:29 AM EST2018 03 08 15:29:42 GMTThe community of Clinton is heartbroken yet again as, for the second time in seven months,
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One neighbor’s concern is that a thief is shadowing the mail carrier and striking as soon as the packages are dropped off.

“It’s a little too close to home; you don’t want to think about that happening right in your neighborhood,” said Bielaski.

People in the neighborhood like Dan Ryan say package theft is a crime of opportunity that is a regular problem.

“I’ve been here 20 plus years,” said Ryan. “Oh yeah, I’ve had packages stolen.”

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“I took an empty box and put a couple bricks in it and some products from my dogs and left it out,” Ryan said. “They stole that, and that was the last package stolen.”

Ryan says since he’s changed the way he receives packages, sending them to his work or tracking with UPS, he hasn’t had a problem. But he says looking out for your neighbors is also a way to keep thieves from trolling and taking what isn’t theirs.

“I think he has a package over there now, that I’ll move to his back porch,” said Ryan, pointing at a neighbor’s house.

“If you have a gate or a bush or a certain area around your house that you want to hide it behind, if you give that special instruction, they usually do that,” said Bielaski.
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AUSTIN (KXAN) Two people were evaluated for injuries after a crane toppled at a construction site in southeast Austin. One of the workers was pinned beneath it before being freed.

The incident happened at 2301 E. St. Austin Travis County EMS said one of the men was taken to St. David South Austin hospital with injuries that were not expected to be life threatening. The other man refused transport.

The red crane was on its side near what appears to be a partially constructed concrete warehouse wall. Video taken on site showed the crane operator trying to lift a concrete wall when it appears one of the chains on a corner of the wall suddenly snaps and drops the concrete wall.

A workerwho was standing on the concrete slab was knocked off as the crane and concrete wall came tumbling down. The workers who were standing nearby all made a mad dash to get out of the way. More than half a dozen workers could be seen standing around the crane when it started lifting the slab.

Raymond Construct Company Inc. is the contractor on the project.

crane did overturn this morning on the project site in question. No injuries were reported except one worker slightly injuring his foot when exiting the crane cab, wrote Justin Deming with the company. Deming says the company is still investigating to determine what caused the collapse.

A crane expert tells KXAN the crane that was being used was a lattice boom truck crane.

Dave Ritchie, a crane operator for 17 years, is a safety consultant for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. He says part of the problem with putting up concrete tilt wall is you have to have people at the boom ready to pull the braces away so it doesn into the slab when the wall is vertical.

think everyone is lucky that there were no fatalities, said Ritchie. are in the most dangerous location according to load position and you can get away from it. as to how that rigging detached that brought the crane down? He says either the insert came out of the concrete which is dependent on the quality of the concrete and hard to control or there was a defect or problem with the rigging. That could be up to the workers putting it together or them not catching a defect during an inspection.

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Story:In June, two back to back fatal bear maulings occurred, in Alaska. These two incidents, one on June 18 near Bird Ridge, and another on June 19 near Pogo Mine, marked 2017’s first two death by bear cases, in North America.

In the 2000s, there have been 46 total fatal bear attack incidents, resulting in 48 total deaths, in North America, so far. Of these incidents, 27 occurred in the United States, and 19 occurred in Canada.

Moreover, eight fatal bear attack incidents, resulting in 10 deaths, occurred in Alaska, between January 2000 through June 2017.

Of the 46 total fatal incidents, black bears perpetrated 25 of the attacks, while brown bears perpetrated 21 of them.

According to biologists, black bears have the tendency to be less aggressive more timid towards humans, in comparison to brown bears. But the Alaska Department of Fish and Game says everyone should always be cautious of bears, regardless.

Most years, there are three fatal bear attack incidents on the continent, per year. But on average, this number decreases to 2.56 fatal incidents, per year.

So far,
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the greatest number of fatal attacks to occur in any one year was in 2005, at six incidents. But one year prior, in 2004, the continent had its lowest number of fatal bear incidents, at zero.

While bear attacks are relatively rare occurrences, if you ever make contact with a bear, ADF says you have two choices: play dead or fight back.

When a bear is acting defensive, especially brown bears, the department says to play dead:

“Hit the ground and lie still, if a brown bear you have surprised or any female bear protecting cubs makes contact. Lie flat on your stomach, legs spread apart for stability, with your hands protecting the back of your neck. A defensive bear usually ends its attack, if it feels you are not a threat. Remain motionless for as long as possible. If you move, and the bear sees or hears you, it may return and renew its attack. In a prolonged attack, fight back.”

But when a bear perceives a human as food, the department says to fight back:

“Rarely, lone black bears or brown bears may perceive a person as potential food. Fight any bear that has been calmly focused on you and makes contact or that breaks into a tent or building. In almost all situations, your best defense against an attacking black bear is to fight back. Concentrate on the bear’s face or muzzle with anything you have on hand.”

Also important, the department warns people against running away from bears.

“They will chase fleeing animals,” according to ADF “A charging bear might come within a few feet, before running off. It’s important to stand your ground.”

And in Alaska, if you kill a bear in Defense of Life or Property (DLP), you must notify the local ADF Wildlife Conservation office or the Alaska Wildlife Troopers. They will request that you submit the bear’s skull and hide, with claws attached, alongside a DLP form,
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The LeFlore family’s pain is still raw. Army, died just a few weeks ago. He was shot and killed outside the Reign Lounge.

Kyle’s father, Kay LeFlore, broke down speaking about his son.

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and many of the cases remain unsolved.

“We’ve been fighting this fight for a long time,” Barbara Robinson said.

Robinson is a community activist. Her brother was murdered five years ago. There haven’t been any arrests.

“I am grateful that we now have some louder, stronger voices so that maybe some of those cold cases will get solved,” she said.

Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer also addressed the crowd and said the department is making progress on making the city safer.

“Last year’s homicide rate was the lowest in a decade. We’re seeing fewer shootings. Those numbers have dropped from almost 250 in 2007, to fewer than 100 in 2017,” Schmaderer said.

He’s hopeful the campaign will bring even more positive change. It’s what the LeFlore family is also hoping for.

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The easiest thing to do is go on a diet. A word of warning as crash dieting and rapid weight loss diets can give you further problems and in some cases can actually cause fatty liver disease.

A lot of cases of this disease start with an inflamed liver and then progress slowly over time to liver scaring (liver cirrhosis). The good thing about the liver is that it can rejuvenate itself providing you take appropriate action.

If you suffer from liver disease or just want to have a bit of a detox, here are some do’s and don’ts.

Get more exercise. Preferably resistance exercises as these, in recent studies, have proven to help improve a fatty liver.

Eat raw vegetables. These are high in fibre and vitamins and in general will help you lose weight especially if you can substitute your favourite sweet thing for a raw vegetable.

Drink more water. We all know this is beneficial for our bodies. Drinking sufficient water will help the liver and kidneys do their thing a lot easier.

Avoid dairy products. Cheese, milk and yogurt assist inflammation. To give your liver the assistance it needs you need to stop eating these for a while.

Cut down on the amount of red meat as this is harmful for your liver.

Eat more fruit especially berries. Some fruits are better than others and if you have diabetes, which incidentally is linked with fatty liver disease, you need to avoid fruit that is high in fructose.

Don’t smoke, avoid pharmacy drugs. The liver has to filter out the toxins left by these and by reducing its work load it will have more resources to heal itself.

There are a number of other foods and natural supplements that you can take to help your liver.

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A. The competition is open to all students in Grades 6, 7 and 8. This science enrichment event is both fun and challenging! We found it appeals to both science enthusiasts and students who may not have previously expressed an interest in science. There is no charge to participate, so everyone can join in!

For students, participation in the Let Talk Science Challenge supports the development of positive attitudes towards science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), which leads to sustained interest in these areas in high school. Through study groups and team collaboration, cooperative learning happens and problem solving skills are developed all important to STEM. At a time when students are on the cusp of making important decisions about their high school course choices, participation in the Let Talk Science Challenge gives them a unique, positive experience with science and technology.

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Use the Handbook as part of your daily teaching resource. The activities can be done by the whole class. Some teachers hold a mini challenge at their school and bring their top 3 4 teams to compete on campus.

Present the idea to the whole class. Many students will want to be part of the team and will study hard to be a top contender.

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FAIRBANKS A man was fatally shot by law enforcement officers near a major Fairbanks intersection Sunday night, according to a news release from Alaska State Troopers. for what the news release described as a “distraught male with a firearm” walking down Marshall Drive, off Skyline Drive.

Troopers said the man, whom they didn’t immediately identify, brandished a gun toward law enforcement officers. The troopers and police officers both fired on and hit the man. They performed first aid on the man until medics arrived to take him to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries. Sunday.

None of the law enforcement officers were injured in the shooting, trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters said.

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The man killed on Sunday was the third person fatally shot by law enforcement officers this year in Fairbanks. In May, Fairbanks police shot and killed 23 year old Shawn Buck, who had been ramming a truck into police vehicles at the end of a traffic stop that became a vehicle chase on the Richardson Highway.

In June, Matthew Stover, 21, was shot and killed by Fairbanks police while he fired a rifle at a police car in an open area near Fairbanks Correctional Center. In both the Buck and Stover cases, Fairbanks police released video recordings of the incidents a few months after the shootings.

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station failed “to make timely and adequate use of the brakes,” the suit charges.

And Han’s last moments were horrific as the train bore down on him.

Han “suffered from fear of impending death” before he died, the suit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court states.

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TA personnel also failed “to respond in a timely manner” after Han was run over.

“Ki Suck Han sustained severe injuries including but not limited to blunt impact to the head and crush injuries of the head and torso resulting in death,” the suit states.

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The dead man’s daughter, Ashley Han, who is executor of Han’s estate, is seeking to be reimbursed for the funeral costs and an unspecified damages.

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On Tuesday, Clinton partly attributed her loss to Comey’s disclosure to Congress less than two weeks before Election Day that the email investigation would be revisited. But Trump tweeted a bit later that Comey actually “was the best thing that ever happened to Hillary Clinton in that he gave her a free pass for many bad deeds!”

Speaking at times with a raised voice, Comey said he faced two difficult decisions when agents told him in October that they had found emails potentially connected to the Clinton case on a laptop belonging to former Rep. Weiner’s laptop was seized as part of a sexting investigation involving a teenage girl.

Comey said he knew it was unorthodox to alert Congress to that discovery 11 days before Americans picked a new president. But he said he decided it would have been “catastrophic” to keep silent, especially when he had testified under oath that the investigation had been concluded and had promised to advise lawmakers if the probe needed to be reopened.

“I sat there that morning and could not see a door labeled, ‘No action here,'” Comey said.

The FBI obtained a warrant to search the laptop and sifted through thousands of emails, Comey said, including ones with classified information that had been forwarded to the laptop by Abedin to be printed out. Though officials found many new emails,
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there was nothing to change the FBI’s decision from July not to recommend charges, Comey said.

He also said he had not intended to harm the Clinton campaign with his unusual public announcement in July that Clinton and her aides had been “extremely careless” in their handling of classified information though there was not evidence to support criminal charges.

He said he had been concerned for months about how to report the investigation’s findings to the public, and because of Justice Department actions including an impromptu airplane meeting between Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch he had concluded he needed to make the announcement himself.

“My goal was to say what is true. What did we do, what did we find, what do we think? And I tried to be as complete and fair” as possible, Comey said.

He said he himself had been interviewed by the Justice Department’s inspector general’s office as part of the watchdog’s investigation into the Clinton email case. He said he welcomed that review and continues to believe he did things the right way.

Under questioning from Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, Comey said he did not treat disclosures about investigations into Clinton’s emails differently than potential connections between the Trump campaign and Russia.

The FBI began a counterintelligence investigation last July into whether Russia had coordinated with Trump campaign associates to influence the American election, but he did not disclose that until a hearing in March, after Trump had been elected and taken office.

That prompted Democrats to complain of a double standard in the way the investigations were treated.

But Comey said that other than confirming the Clinton investigation existed,
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he did not discuss it until after it concluded last year. And he said the FBI does not expect to have anything to say about the Russia investigation until that one was over.

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Ah yes, where would we be without transfer gossip? Even if there isn’t actually any news at all, the press is happy to pluck any comment from a player, drum it up to have a significance and meaning that was never meant, throw in some creative thinking and hey presto, you’ve got yourself a transfer rumour. Yay!

That, or they just make some sht up.

The clues are in words like Player X at move to club Y. Or in that horrible use of rhetorical questions such as player X told fans he’s going to Barca? which is just deceit. Nothing is left unexploited, twisted or fabricated in this febrile attempt to garner clicks and paper sales. If a player’s wife is spotted shopping in a different city to her husband’s club, that’s enough to a transfer are harangued daily by the press pack into discussing transfers and their words distorted to manufacture a story, just to fill a gossip page, just to feed the beast that is transfer news lust for a few more minutes.

This all because it attracts readership and clicks. So, in a way, it is the fans fault that we have this ridiculous culture of mealy mouthed words, half truths and speculation passed off as actual news, when really it’s just a form of storytelling. Do fans just want to read anything? Or do they want to read facts? Increasingly, it seems like the former. Because if we didn’t eat it up with a large spoon then presumably it wouldn’t exist. But here at F365 we know that the biggest ever visitor numbers in our 20 year history were during the summer, driven by reporting transfer gossip from elsewhere.

When I was told this, I was fascinated, because it hadn’t occurred to me that could possibly be the case, largely because personally I’m only ever interested in a player that has signed for my club, much less players rumoured to be thinking about perhaps maybe some time never being signed. And when I look at the rumours and gossip, I know the vast majority of it will never come to pass, so I just ignore it. It feels like a waste of time. But clearly, not for the first time, I’m out of step with the modern trend.

So what is it that is so fascinating about transfer gossip that drives people to check the news several times a day? We didn’t used to be so obsessed with transfers. Rather, we were all interested in a new player and how they might fit in. But you didn’t buy the paper every day in hope of some crumb of a rumour about a player who may or may not be interested in coming to your club. Rather, we’d be more excited about players promoted from the reserves or youth teams. That was more traditionally where our hopes and dream lay. Not in a 100million signing.

Several factors seem to have combined to create this modern media obsession with transfer blether.

Firstly, the transfer window. Introduced in 2002/03 it has effectively hot housed transfer speculation and gossip, cramming it down two narrow tunnels each year, fermenting it into a foaming, frothy brew. As the clock ticks down, the drama of a will he won’t he saga intensifies and turns some deals into soap operas for both selling and buying club. We’ve seen this with the Alexis Sanchez bore a thon, which surely everyone is sick of. And there’s always at least one like that every window. The Sanchez type deals are one of the reasons I avoid transfer news. They’re so very, very tedious and elongated. If Sanchez was being transferred to the moon via a massive cannon, dressed as Batman and with a carrot up his arse, to be the first lunar footballer, I really couldn’t care less. If he was being paid a billion pounds per second, I still wouldn’t click. Why would you? Like clicking on the Sunday Times rich list, it just makes you burn with anger and injustice. Better to not hurt your brain.

Secondly, there are just more transfers and loans than there ever used to be. Players move around much more. In the 1970s Middlesbrough FC made just 20 transfers. In 2017/18 we’ve already brought in 15, including loans returning.

From 1970 1980 in 10 seasons, Manchester United brought in 33 players, either on loan, free or by transfer fee. Since 2007/08, they have brought it 167, including loan returnees. Even excluding those, they’ve brought in 51. So the volume of player movement at the top level is so much higher than it ever has been. That means there’s just more information to disseminate, more potential plot lines in the season’s story.

Third, and most importantly, there has been a commodification of players that has gone hand in hand with an ever more consumerist society, the culture of which is driven by an innate belief that what you buy says something about you, and even more importantly, buying stuff is the only way to bring you happiness and success. Players are just products. Buy a cheap one, and everyone is disappointed. The club will be said to ambition because they’ve spent 15 million on a striker. Splash a lot and everyone is happy.

For all that this is a cold way to see a sport, and one which favours mammon over humanity, it is understandable when the connection between wad and winning is a concrete one made in most fans’ minds. Also the widespread popularity of football management games has further embedded this culture of buy to win and of transfers being all part of the drama and fun of the season.

Add in the fact that so many football fans live a life of oppressive drudgery on low wages, or no wages, with not many prospects and even less hope, who live a life where escapism is the only way to keep yourself sane, then the fantasy land, where a player costs more money than you and every single person you know will collectively earn in their entire life, is titillating and distracts you from the daily grind. The disgust at it is a commonality. The pish taking a way of laughing your way through another grey day.

Obviously, before the internet, transfer rumours couldn’t be updated every other hour, the way they can today. In other words, the transfer fires can always be blazed, at any time of the day and pumped to a slavering public, via social media.

And yet if you support a club in the lower leagues, or in Scotland, all of this must seem like a distant and exotic magic money tree land of insanity.

I’m still puzzled why so many people waste so much time reading transfer gossip, but if it makes you happy, then fair enough. It’s just that there is a lot of better fiction available.
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March Break is officially underway for most students throughout the region.

Of course, it’s not just the kids who will benefit as many families use the occasion to get out of town for some bonding time. Others use the break to explore new sights and sounds in their very own city.

Organizations such as the Timmins Public Library, the Timmins Museum: National Exhibition Centre, the Archie Dillon Sportsplex Pool and Science Timmins, among others, continue to host events all week for kids and families. The City of Timmins is also sponsoring free skating sessions on various days throughout the week.

This past Saturday, Kamiskotia Snow Resort kicked off the break by welcoming its usual slew of downhill skiers, and also played host to the snowmobile hill drag.

Among those on the mountain Saturday were young skiers F and L Tremblay, being watched closely by instructor Claudia Hutchinson and the latter’s shaggy two year old Old English sheepdog, Rufus.

Also nearby was the children’s mother, V Dion, who explained the family gets out to the mountain as often as possible each winter. A blue skied Saturday afternoon on the first weekend of March Break was as good an excuse as any.

was an incredible, sunny day on the mountain, said Dion, who didn’t seen to mind the biting wind that also made its presence felt. gloves, it gets really cold but once you have them on, it’s not so bad.

were out skiing and taking pictures and videos while the kids were out training this morning. They’re off school for the week, so we’ll come back (on Sunday) here for another lesson with Claudia, then we’re going on a ski holiday for a week in Whistler. jealous, added Hutchinson with a laugh.

Dion explained she’s been to ski havens such as Banff in the past, but it’ll be the family’s first trip to Whistler.

Though the children are young L at age eight and F at age six Dion has absolutely no worries when it comes to the youngsters tackling the giant slopes of the Rocky Mountains. Their coach agreed.

you can ski Kamiskotia, you can ski anywhere, said Hutchinson. terrain here, for the kids, is amazing. All the tree runs and cliff drops, it’s great. fact, Dion and her husband, St Tremblay, chose to live in Timmins years ago specifically because of such an opportunity.

moved here because of the mountain, we chose it because there was a mountain in town, explained Dion. objective is to train my kids every weekend, so when we go for holiday, we can enjoy and everybody can have fun. The thing is to train them to they can work their legs, and when we go to a bigger hill, they don’t feel it.

can’t just ski once a year and have fun. Nobody will be dressed properly, everybody will be cold, the skis will be too short, the boots too big, the helmet too big, she added with a laugh.

Elsewhere on the slate this week for March Break, Take Two Theatre hosts the 60th Quonta Drama Festival from Thursday to Sunday, opening with its play, Norm Foster’s Melville Boys. performing in the adjudicated festival at TH William Dawson Theatre will be Gore Bay Theatre on Friday with Rex Deverell Boiler Room Suite, and the Sault Theatre Workshop with Damien Atkins play, Lucy on Saturday night. Tickets for the Quonta Festival are available either at the door or in advance at Black Spruce Gallery on 42 Pine St.
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Justin Stalberg of Camarillo was sentenced to four years in prison for a 2016 DUI crash that killed a man in Thousand Oaks.(Photo: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/VENTURA COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE)A Camarillo man was sentenced Friday to four years in state prison for felony DUI gross vehicular manslaughter after the truck he was driving plowed into a Thousand Oaks home and killed an elderly man in 2016.

Before Ventura County Superior Court Judge Bruce Young gave the order, Justin Stalberg, 20, said he was “extremely ashamed” of his role in the Dec. 22, 2016, crash. when he lost control of the vehicle. The truck plunged down an embankment and through part of Oakbrook Neighborhood Park, then crashed into a family room of a home on Briarwood Place where 74 year old Igor Lirtsman, of New York, was sleeping.

Lirtsman had been visiting his family for the holidays, investigators said. He and his family were supposed to go to Disneyland that day, a visit he had not yet made in his life.

Prosecutors said a blood sample taken more than five hours after the crash showed Stalberg had a 0.12 percent blood alcohol level and had chemical properties that suggested he used marijuana close to the time of the incident.

Read more: New York man dies when truck crashes into Thousand Oaks house

The defendant also admitted to a special allegation of a serious felony and a felony charge of attempting to flee the scene of an accident involving death. He initially pleadednot guilty to the charges butlater changed his plea to guiltyin September.

A preliminary hearing was held in the case in May 2017 in which Lirtsman’s son in law Amr Abdel Dayemtestified thatStalberg allegedly continued to revthe truck’s engine and move the truck another 5 to 6 feet while the victim’slifeless body wasin front of it. Statements from two of the victim’s other childrenwere also read aloud.

Outside the courtroom Friday after the hearing, Yana Lirtsmansaid she knew whatever the sentence was, it would not be “satisfactory,” mostly because itwill never bring back her father. She called it “a feigned sense of justice.”

Buy PhotoA man was killed early on Dec. 22, 2016, in Thousand Oaks when a pickup traveled down a 40 foot embankment and crashed into the back of a house in the 2600 block of Briarwood Place. (Photo: CHUCK KIRMAN/THE STAR)

Read more: Man pleads guilty to vehicular manslaughter in December incident

In her statement Friday, Yana Lirtsman saidshe had heard about Stalberg’s effort to continuehis education as the proceedings went forward. She said as a teacher, she understood the value of learning but could not understand how Stalbergmade the fatal decision in the first place or why it was more important than the case.

“Mr. Stalberg, you’re smart. You should have known better,” she said.

The crash happened in her home.

“The void and silence it created are unbearable,” she said.

Her father was on a visit that the family had been looking forward to after recently moving from New York. She had not seen her father in more than a year.

Yana Lirtsman called her father, who worked as a pilot, her mentor and hero.

She recalled his life, saying he had always been a fighter. Igor Lirtsman grew up Jewish in German occupied Russia and later spoke out about communism in Soviet Russia. With the help of then Vice President George H. W. as political refugees.

“As long as I can remember, my father he had a heightened sense of fairness and justice,” she said.

After handing down the sentence, Young said he hopes the victim’s family can hold onto those same ideas.

But for the victim’s granddaughter, Cai Dayem, forgiveness was not on the table.

At the hearing, the Agoura High School student said the horrific sight of her grandfather’s death haunts her every day and she has lingering effects from the trauma.
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Family members of UC Berkeley alumnus Bertram Hiscock filed a lawsuit against Yuba County after Hiscock committed suicide in the county custody Jan. 29, 2017.

According to the lawsuit, Hiscock, 34, died by choking on his own urine and feces. As first reported by The Sacramento Bee, Hiscock’s family members have filed claims that Hiscock’s rights under the First and 14th Amendments and California state law were violated in the events that led up to his death.

Hiscock had reportedly made two additional suicide attempts in jail prior to his death. Four days before he died, a court found Hiscock incompetent to stand trial and ordered him to be evaluated for transfer to a state psychiatric hospital. According to the lawsuit, however, Hiscock was not treated and was instead put into solitary confinement, where he was later found dead.

Born in Virginia, Hiscock was raised in Northern California, where he played basketball and graduated as valedictorian of his high school class. After receiving a degree in English literature from UC Berkeley in 2004, Hiscock moved on to attend the Graduate Theological Seminary in Berkeley as a master student.

After graduating college, Hiscock was diagnosed with Type 1 bipolar disorder, according to the lawsuit. The lawsuit states that he had a history of psychotic episodes that spurred “hallucinations, agitation, and bizarre behavior,” which he was hospitalized for multiple times.

In November 2016, he allegedly put his mother in a chokehold and walked her down the side of a road during an episode. Police were called, and although his mother asked that he be given psychiatric care, Hiscock was charged with kidnapping and false imprisonment and placed in Yuba County Jail, the lawsuit said.

The lawsuit alleged that the jail failed to initiate actions that would have prevented Hiscock’s death, such as providing sufficient mental health treatment and checking on him every 15 minutes.

Yuba County’s Sheriff’s Office declined to comment on the lawsuit, saying thatit could not make statements about family litigation.

Hiscock’s brother, Vincent Hiscock, and his father, Sherrick Hiscock, filed the complaintsagainst Yuba County, Sutter County, Yuba County Sheriff Coroner Steven L. Durfor, Assistant Director of Health and Human Services at Sutter Yuba Behavioral Health Tony Hobson and Yuba County Jail psychiatrist Joan Odom.

Sherrick Hiscock is suing individually for the alleged violation of his rights based on the loss of his relationship with his son.

“By failing to provide minimally adequate and necessary mental health treatment and subjecting Mr. Hiscock to isolated and anti therapeutic conditions, Defendants severely exacerbated Mr. Hiscock’s mental illness, resulting in his unnecessary pain and suffering, and, ultimately, untimely death,” the lawsuit alleged.

This lawsuit against Yuba County is not the first of its kind. According to the lawsuit, in 1976, inmates filed a class action lawsuit that alleged that the jail “subjected inmates to cruel and unusual punishment and violated rights secured by the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution.” The inmates alleged that the jail provided inadequate staffing and medical and mental health care. In the 30 months before Hiscock was put in jail, there were at least 41 suicide attempts at Yuba County Jail, according to the lawsuit.

According to Joshua Nuni, the lawyer representing the Hiscock family, as a result of the1976 lawsuit, a consent decree was implemented that gave the court oversight over the jail.

“This was someone who is clearly experiencing a severe mental health crisis, and the defendants here locked him in solitary confinement without treatment knowing the safety risk that it posed to people in Mr. Hiscock’s position,” Nuni alleged. “This case was a tragedy that was caused by the jail system inability to recognize and deal with mental health issues.”A previous version of this article may have implied that court oversight over the jail was implemented after the Hiscock family lawsuit. In fact, he said this regarding mental health issues.
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McCabe was a central target of President Donald Trump’s ire toward the FBI over its involvement in the investigation into potential collusion between his campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.

He was eligible to retire in March, but with his accumulated leave, he was able to step down earlier.

Trump learned about the departure Monday morning, a White House official told CNN. The President did not answer a reporter’s question at the White House about McCabe’s departure.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Trump was not part of McCabe’s choice to step down and that the White House had not been part of the decision.

Various sources described McCabe’s departure as a mutual decision, while others said it was the result of pressure to step down. One source briefed on the matter said McCabe announced his decision to senior executives and portrayed it as his choice. The source disputed the characterization that McCabe was removed.

But a source familiar with the matter said FBI Director Christopher Wray told McCabe he is bringing in his own team, which he would not be a part of, and that it was McCabe’s decision whether to stay at the FBI or leave. In December, Trump tweeted “FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is racing the clock to retire with full benefits. 90 days to go?!!!”

And in July 2017, Trump flatly asked why Attorney General Jeff Sessions had not fired McCabe yet. Sessions replace Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, a Comey friend who was in charge of Clinton investigation but got big dollars ($700,000) for his wife’s political run from Hillary Clinton and her representatives,” Trump wrote. “Drain the Swamp!”

His issue with McCabe stems from his wife’s failed run for the Virginia state Senate in 2015. The Wall Street Journal reported that Dr. Jill McCabe received six contributions totaling $467,500 from then Democratic Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s political action committee.

In addition, campaign records show that the state Democratic Party, over which McAuliffe has great influence, made two other payments totaling $207,788 in September and October 2015. These donations all occurred before McCabe took over as deputy director of the FBI and before he would have had any oversight into the Clinton email investigation.

The story, which came out during the 2016 campaign, colored Trump’s view of McCabe and led him, according to The Washington Post, to ask McCabe who he voted for in the 2016 election.

Trump, during a briefing with reporters earlier this month, denied asking that question, but went on to slam McCabe, who briefly served as Trump’s acting FBI director after Trump fired James Comey in May.

“I don’t think so. No. I don’t think I did,” Trump told reporters about asking who McCabe voted for.

McCabe, according to two Virginia campaign consultants one Republican, one Democratic with access to the Virginia campaign participation rolls, did not vote in the 2016 presidential general election but did vote in the 2016 Republican presidential primary.

Trump stands by his criticism of McCabe, Sanders said Monday, referring further questions to the FBI.

‘The Russia fever’

Sessions communicated to FBI Director Christopher Wray, who was hand picked by Trump and sworn in in August, that he needed a fresh start with his senior team at the FBI, a source familiar with the conversation has told CNN. Sessions specifically suggested McCabe and the bureau’s top lawyer, James Baker, should go. Baker was reassigned late last year.

With his departure, McCabe joins a list of other top bureau officials who have stepped down in recent days as Wray assembles his own team. The departures of the FBI chief of staff and general counsel were also revealed this month.

Sanders on Monday defended the pressure the President has placed on the FBI and Justice Department over the Russia investigation,
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telling CNN’s Jim Acosta at the White House briefing that the administration has done “everything we can to be transparent.”

“The only thing the President applied pressure to is to get it resolved so you guys and everyone else can focus on the things Americans actually care about: making sure everybody gets the Russia fever out of their system once and for all,” she said.

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FARGO The last thing Brooke Lynn Crews put on the public portion of her Facebook page are the words: “When you truly stop caring what the (expletive) anyone thinks of you, you will reach a whole new level of freedom.”

That was on New Year’s Eve, and only one friend commented.

Starting on Friday, Aug. 25, many more people commented, but they were calling Crews names and wishing her a long stay in prison. Several wondered whether she had children of her own.

Crews, 38, was arrested the day before along with her boyfriend William Henry Hoehn, 32, for their alleged involvement in the disappearance of a pregnant neighbor, Savanna LaFontaine Greywind, 22. Police found a newborn baby in Crews and Hoehn’s apartment who they believe is LaFontaine Greywind’s, but the mother was nowhere to be found.

In Bradenton, Fla., Aaron Edwards, who had a child with Crews 22 years ago, said he was shocked to learn from his daughter that her mother had been accused of such a crime. To him, she was not particularly dangerous but irresponsible, not having been involved with their daughter’s upbringing for the past 19 years and not paying child support.

He said his daughter is in touch with three other siblings who have been similarly ignored by Crews, and he knows Crews has at least three more children. “It just seemed like she was more into doing her partying, do her own thing and not have to have anything holding her back. And she wanted to go off and do what she wanted to.”

Hoehn has at least two children of his own, one of whom he physically abused in 2011 when the boy was a baby, according to court records.

The Forum tried to contact the mothers of Hoehn’s children and others who knew Crews but was unsuccessful.

Mother of seven

When Edwards knew her, Crews was a 15 year old from Bradenton named Brooke Doolin, and she had already been a mother for a few years, he said. He was 18 then, and she told him she was 18 also, he said, but he found out the truth when he took her to see the doctor while she was pregnant with their daughter.

She stuck around a couple of years but eventually left him to be with someone else, he said. He hasn’t heard from her for 19 years, and their daughter has only had contact with her over Facebook for a few months about seven years ago, he said.

From what Crews told him, she seemed to have had a rootless childhood bouncing in and out of foster care, though she never used that to justify her behavior, he said. She had a powerful temper, he said, but wasn’t violent except for their last fight over bills when she threatened him with a hammer.

Court records from Florida, Minnesota and North Dakota show Crews has had children by at least five men. Two of the men, including Edwards, and her eldest child, who’s now in her mid 20s, sued her for child support.

Edwards said the courts lost track of her for a while because she didn’t seem to have a permanent address. He said she paid a total of about $600 in child support.
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