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FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享At least 19 Alaska residents are stranded in Peru because of travel restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak, according to Senator Lisa Murkowski. Senator Murkowski: “The most important takeaway is to make sure that everyone who is in Peru, or in other locations outside of the country seeking to come back, they have registered as part of the S.T.E.P. program. It doesn’t necessarily have to be the individual who is there. It could be a family member, it could be our offices. So, make sure that we know how to contact them so that we can provide for transportation or making sure that individuals are on the manifest.” Senator Murkowski: “We’ve been hearing from families all over the state concerned about loved ones that may be in other parts of the world, and not being able to get back home. Most notably, some 19 Alaskans that are still in Peru with very hard situations in terms of gaining access out.” She continued to note that she and Senator Dan Sullivan have discussed the issue, and that both are working “aggressively” alongside the U.S. State Department to address the issue. She encouraged travelers to register with the Smart Travelers Enrollment Program, which allows federal officials to contact and provide transportation for people trying to return to the U.S. from abroad. In a video posted to Twitter and Facebook on Sunday, Senator Murkowski expressed concern for Alaskans who are unable to return home due to COVID-19-related travel restrictions. In particular, she focused on 19 individuals currently in Peru. She said that the State Department is working on sorting both commercial and chartered flights for these Alaskans in coming days.
Posted June 16, 2005 USFL UNIFORM POLL! Share on other sites Posted June 15, 2005 21,575 USFL UNIFORM POLL! 5 66 Posted June 15, 2005 By tulanebc, June 15, 2005 in Sports Logo News 66 Posted June 16, 2005 14,762 posts SportsLogos.Net 35 Share this post ltravisjr Link to post All Activity 6 21,575 Stronghorns? Posted June 16, 2005 Another bad thing about the Oklahoma Outlaws is that none of the striping patterns matched. It was as if they bought the jerseys and pants from 2 different suppliers.And San Antonio didn’t use clip art, the Gunslinger was drawn by the editorial cartoonist at the San Antonio Express-News. Still doesn’t make it any better.Year 1 Blitz were far better than Year 2 … the sleeves were way too busy (like the current 49ers are). My favorites are the Panthers, but i voted for the Az Wrangers because i loved the copper flame pants and wanted them up in 2nd place! 35 Members Link to post Share on other sites Link to post 0 Share this post Link to post Why do so many graphics for Oakland use orange in place of yellow? I once did an Invaders concept with them in orange because I thought it was their color. Members 1,767 posts Vote here…..all about who had the best in a league that showcased some of the best logo-uni combinations in history (IMO)….MY vote goes to the Breakers……i’ve done some redesigns of their jerseys lately, to see what they would look like if they were here today……i’ll show them on here soon Formerly ColorWerx and PANTONE mustangdmg 19 19 JetsLuvver 6 ltravisjr 2 Share this post 35 Blue Falcon Recommended Posts Mac the Knife mustangdmg 1 567 Prev ltravisjr Page 1 of 3 USFL UNIFORM POLL! 1 1,247 Share on other sites tulanebc 66 It would probably be easier to list the least favorite uniform. For me, the San Antonio Gunslingers were the worst. Clipart logo and the color use was horrid. Members Sign in to follow this Posted June 16, 2005 4,441 posts 19 Share this post Location:Tampa, FL rainmaker17 ltravisjr 66 ltravisjr 0 1 212 105 0 Share on other sites ltravisjr Share on other sites Sports Logo News 1,049 posts 0 I have so many faves from the USFL it was hard to choose one, but I voted for the Invaders because their uniforms were pretty unique in football, period. Of course I am talking about their unis with the yellow pants, not white.If allowed to vote more than once, I would also go with the Bandits, Gold, Wranglers (84), Bulls, and Panthers. 559 Share on other sites 5 18,373 posts Location:Boston, greatest city on the planet. 0 Members quantum 212 Members Share this post Share this post Share on other sites Share this post Share on other sites Blue Falcon Share on other sites ltravisjr Share on other sites Members Link to post Sign in to follow this Sports Logos JetsLuvver Share this post Link to post Posted June 16, 2005 Back from a 4-year break This topic is now closed to further replies. Forums Home Blue Falcon Sports Logo News Yes the Gunslingers were horrid and cartoonish. The ’84 Outlaws with the black helmet/jersey/pants was also pretty goofy, and stupid when you consider they had to wear those unis at home in May/June/July in friggin’ Oklahoma!I still don’t know why teams like the Invaders and Gold dropped their yellow/gold pants and went to white, it didn’t make them look better at all. Loved the flames on the ’84 Wranglers pants!Federals had good unis in ’84 after being quite pedestrian in ’83. Of course, the team still sucked. I guess I’m the only one who likes San Antonio’s. Yes, the logo was cheap, but the uniforms themselves were clean and the color combo was a unique one. 950 posts 212 6 66 Share on other sites Share this post Forums Home Blue Falcon 1 Blue Falcon tie between the old Blitz and the Panthers. San Antonio was the worst, and I personally didn’t think Jacksonville was that great either. Location:Ininananpolis, Ininana Link to post Next 0 Favourite Logos:New York Mets, New York Giants, New York Rangers, Brooklyn Cyclones, Brooklyn Nets, Manchester United F.C., Chelsea F.C., Arsenal F.C., Notre Dame Fighting Irish, University of Georgia, Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Yankees You do not have permission to vote in this poll, or see the poll results. Please sign in or register to vote in this poll. Share this post Link to post 559 Share on other sites Link to post 3 Members Posted June 16, 2005 Share on other sites 950 posts Members 0 Posted June 15, 2005 JetsLuvver IceCap Link to post 66 Posted June 15, 2005 Followers 1 567 0 Members 950 posts 1,767 posts Members Which teams had the best unis in the USFL??? (Be glad this wasn’t about the WFL) 144 members have voted Sports Logos 0 I picked the NJ Generals. I know these unifroms were simple, but they were quite amazing too! Members I liked the Federals colors, uniforms, logo, everything. So that puts me in the Federals catagory. 1,049 posts 21,575 quantum Posted June 16, 2005 Mac the Knife Share this post Link to post rainmaker17 0 0 its a toss up between the second version of the blitz unis (updated sleaves) and the second version of the fedreals unis (star on sleavs). in the end i went with the blitz. All Activity JetsLuvver Share this post Members JH42XCC Link to post rjrrzube 0 2 New York Bluebirds Link to post 328 posts I’ll go ahead and plug my USFL Team Colors research page as well:USFL Paint Specs…and I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before, but I DO have the definitive answer on those notorious Wranglers’ Red jerseys:I spoke to a Wrangler front-office person (via telephone) back in 1984. I was trying to get some color information on the new uniforms (big surprise – you can see that I’ve been at this game a long time!), and this person informed me that the Wranglers wanted to switch from Blue home jerseys to Red (to go along with the new Copper pants), but the USFL had instigated a new rule that stated that teams that change uniform color had to wait ONE season. Either that, or give the league at least a year’s notice. So, they were forced to wear White jerseys the entire 1984 season, and presumably, would be able to wear the Red in 1985. But, they ended up merging with the Outlaws, so the Red jerseys were never worn. Wow, thanks for the info! That’s really interesting. Ironically, the 1984 Wranglers were just the ’83 Blitz (only relocated) and the ’83 Blitz already did wear red jerseys. I guess the league considered each Wrangler team to be the same franchise identity wise …LT TruColor 6 567 66 I guess I’m the only one who likes San Antonio’s. Yes, the logo was cheap, but the uniforms theirselves were clean and the color combo was a unique one. 6 Posted June 15, 2005 Share on other sites TruColor Share this post Link to post 3,320 posts Perfect Zero Share this post Members Share this post We the North! ltravisjr Followers 1 1,247 950 posts Share on other sites JetsLuvver 0 Posted June 16, 2005 0 Members Posted June 16, 2005 Blue Falcon Moderators 0 66 Link to post Posted June 15, 2005 0 Share this post Members So who wants to tackle a USFL Third Jersey project? Here’s what they probably would have gone with:Arizona Wranglers: red Just wanted to say that if you are not aware, the Wranglers actually did have a red jersey available in 1984 – They just never wore it. FWIW, here is the link I have found useful for USFL uniform history. It shows that Wrangler red.http://oursportscentral.com/uniforms/usflunis.htmlLT 0 rjrrzube Posted June 16, 2005 Location:Brooklyn, NY – Home of the Cyclones 0 Share this post Federals had good unis in ’84 after being quite pedestrian in ’83. Of course, the team still sucked. I agree. That green, black, and gray were an excellent combination. That and the addition of the star emblem over the sleeve stripes made for a very nice uniform.LT Link to post 66 0 Go To Topic Listing 559 Posted June 16, 2005 1 647 posts 66 Share on other sites 5 Share this post So who wants to tackle a USFL Third Jersey project? Here’s what they probably would have gone with:Arizona Wranglers: redBirmingham Stallions: gold (with white pants only)Boston Breakers: navy blueChicago Blitz: blueDenver Gold: goldHouston Gamblers: redJacksonville Bulls: orangeLA Express: redMemphis Showboats: blackMichigan Panthers: light blueNew Jersey Generals: blueOakland Invaders: yellowOklahoma Outlaws: redPhiladelphia Stars: goldPittsburgh Maulers: orangeSan Antonio Gunslingers: greenTampa Bay Bandits: blackWashington Federals: black Share on other sites 1,433 posts SportsLogos.Net 45,948 posts 6 Members 6 tulanebc 4,089 posts JH42XCC Share on other sites 105 0 0 0 0 JetsLuvver Posted June 15, 2005 1,767 posts 0 Share this post Ahh the USFL! For what its worth, but the Blitz and Wranglers swapped cities after the first season, and each team had different uniforms the following year. I voted for the Blitz’ second version. Their first version looked similar to the old Patriots unis with the shoulder stripe. The second one was based on the original, but added a lot more detail to the sleeves. The Wranglers first version looked rather collegiate, but the second one featured the gold pants with flames going up the side.LT 1,049 posts 6 Page 1 of 3 Despite being an LA Express fan (pre Steve Young even), I’ve got to go with the Michigan Panthers on this one.Someone in the CCSLC put together an absolutely devastating series of “turn the clock forward” logos for USFL teams, pondering what their logos would look like today. Sadly I don’t recall who did it, and even more sadly the work was left incomplete… Share this post 66 Members 0 I’ll go ahead and plug my USFL Team Colors research page as well:USFL Paint Specs…and I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before, but I DO have the definitive answer on those notorious Wranglers’ Red jerseys:I spoke to a Wrangler front-office person (via telephone) back in 1984. I was trying to get some color information on the new uniforms (big surprise – you can see that I’ve been at this game a long time!), and this person informed me that the Wranglers wanted to switch from Blue home jerseys to Red (to go along with the new Copper pants), but the USFL had instigated a new rule that stated that teams that change uniform color had to wait ONE season. Either that, or give the league at least a year’s notice. So, they were forced to wear White jerseys the entire 1984 season, and presumably, would be able to wear the Red in 1985. But, they ended up merging with the Outlaws, so the Red jerseys were never worn. Posted June 15, 2005 Location:Burnsville, MN Members 1,247 Perfect Zero Location:Austin, TX IceCap 0 Next 105 Share on other sites Prev 1 Members 3 Link to post 6 66 Link to post My fave… the Arizona Outlaws in ’85. The Arizona Wranglers and the Oklahoma Outlaws merged between ’84 and ’85 seasons. Black, copper and red is a great combo of color. 300 posts Share on other sites Posted June 16, 2005 0 0 Link to post Link to post
ELEAGUE and Xbox have announced a partnership that will highlight the Gears of War esports scene ahead of the release of Gears 5 later this year.We’ll be getting ELEAGUE Gears of War coverage in late 2019ELEAGUE will produce six, hour-long feature episodes providing backstage access of professional Gears of War competitions, including an in-depth look into the lives of star players as they train and perform around the world. The series called “ELEAGUE Gears Summer Series: The Bonds and Betrayals of Brotherhood” will debut with the first episode on Friday 14th June on TBS.Craig Barry, Chief Content Office for Turner Sports told Reuters: “The audience is the most coveted demographic in the media landscape. We know they’re out there, we know they’re engaged. No one’s really cracked the code yet.”In addition to the series, ELEAGUE will officially reveal new Gears 5 multiplayer gameplay when it hosts the title’s first-ever esports tournament. The tournament will feature eight of the world’s top teams competing live at the ELEAGUE Arena at Turner Studios in Atlanta. Teams and more details on the tournament format are set to be unveiled in the upcoming months. The final two episodes of the TBS series will showcase all the backstage action and key moments from the live tournament.“We know they’re out there, we know they’re engaged. No one’s really cracked the code yet”All the tournament action will kick off on July 13-14, with live coverage available on Twitch and live sports streaming service B/R Live.In February ELEAGUE entered a content, business and event partnership with Rocket League developer Psyonix. The deal includes the production of a series of episodes that focus on Seasons 7 and 8 of the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS). ELEAGUE also recently announced that it had partnered with male grooming brand Axe. The partnership will see Axe promote its products through ELEAGUE’s digital, social, and television channels and host live activations and on-site competitions at ELEAGUE events. Esports Insider says: The partnership will allow great exposure for the Gears of War esports scene, especially with it being the first to showcase Gears 5 multiplayer gameplay. Allowing viewers the opportunity to get a backstage look at the tournament could open up the scene for potential new players. Sign up to our newsletter!
Upd. on 07/09/2017 at 15:06 CEST IN SPORT.ES That was in the 79th minute and it looked like it would earn the home side a draw, but Moreno made amends two minutes later. After a poor start to the season, the Barcelona-based side are beginning to show signs of life and have risen to 12th in the table. Espanyol face Leganes next at Cornella-El Prat, before travelling to Atletico Madrid and then hosting Sporting Gijon before the Catalan derby against Barcelona on Dec. 18. Gerard Moreno made up for missing a penalty by scoring the winning goal in Espanyol’s 1-0 win against Alaves on Sunday. In a tight game in the Basque Country, Alaves may feel hard done by to have lost, but it was Espanyol who took their chance. Moreno could have put his side in front from the penalty spot, but his effort was well saved by Fernando Pacheco after Alexis had handled in the area. El Espanyol se rebela en Mendizorroza Quique Sanchez Flores’ side are now unbeaten in six games and have kept clean sheets in five of those matches, including credible draws against Villarreal and Athletic Club. 20/11/2016 He wriggled free from his marker to get his head on the end of a corner from the impressive Pablo Piatti. Josep Coves
By DAVID NAGEL SENL ROUND 1 – PREVIEW BERWICK’s mid-court maestro Sarah McDermott will feel a little lost this Saturday…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
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Nelson Figure skaters include Breanna Tomlin, Courtney Shrieves, Isabella Kroker Kimber, Christina Champlin, Charly DeFouw, Morgan Sabo, Tia Berrrens, Lila McKechnie, Helena Keating, Courtney Donaldson and Lulu Nyiti.The final big event of the year is “Express To The Stars”, a musical tribute to the golden age of train travel. As always, all members of the club perform from the tiniest tots to the most seasoned skaters with music from “Madagascar”, “Polar Express” and much more. The show will be performed on May 10 from 2 – 3 p.m. Tickets available at the door. The Nelson Figure Skating Club enjoyed a banner season as the club completed the campaign on ice with a boatload of medals during local major competitions — Kootenay Regional ChampionshipsStaff at Mallard’s Source for sports would like to honour the skaters with Team of the Week status.
The predominant wild fish species pursued by stream anglers within the East Kootenays are Bull Trout and Westlope Cutthroat Trout. Regulatory changes to Kootenay angling management announced Thursday will help ensure a quality fishing experience, reduce crowding on popular rivers and support trout conservation.The main change is implementation of a booking system for non-resident anglers on three “classified waters” in the Kootenays: the Wigwam River, Skookumchuck Creek and Michel Creek.All three of these fisheries have seen non-resident, non-guided angler use exceed targets, creating overcrowding on the river as well as pressure on fish populations.“The Kootenay Angling Management Plan and the changes to the region’s classified waters together strike the appropriate balance between access and conservation,” said Steve Thomson, Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.”This will ensure this area remains a quality fishery for all anglers now and in the future.”Under the new system, a set amount of non-resident, non-guided angler days will be made available through the existing online angling licensing system.Selections will be made on a first-come, first-serve system, ensuring all non-resident anglers have an equal opportunity.Once these days are sold, non-resident anglers will have to book through a licensed angling guide to fish on these waters. “The Kootenay Angling Management Plan is a major step forward to maintain resident priority angling in the East Kootenay. We appreciate the efforts of all those who have contributed to this important initiative.”Angler-guided days have been increased on the Wigwam and Skookumchuck in anticipation of additional interest from non-residents seeking access to these waters. These additional days will become available later in the season.The new system will ensure resident anglers maintain priority access on streams that have been over-subscribed in recent years, while still allowing non-residents ample opportunity to access these high-demand systems.B.C.’s classified waters are productive wild trout streams in wilderness and semi-wilderness settings, which provide unique and high quality fishing opportunities that are in high demand but limited supply.The classified waters system was created to help protect the quality of fishing opportunities these waters provide. The system includes limits to guided and non-guided angling, reflects resident priority, and requires special classified water licences.Together these measures support stock assessment, habitat protection and enhancement, as well as compliance and enforcement.The changes are part of the implementation of the Kootenay Angling Management Plan is also being released today. Other measures being enacted under the Kootenay Angling Management Plan include: Enhanced patrols by both conservation officers and river guardians. Reviewing opportunities for additional boat launch facilities to improve angler access on the Elk River.The Kootenay Angling Management Plan and the resulting changes to the Kootenay classified water system is the result of intensive stakeholder engagement over the past decade, and incorporates feedback from First Nations, resident anglers, professional angling guides and the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC.”It was refreshing to participate in a positive and productive consultation process involving such a diverse group of angling stakeholders,” said Matt Jennings, executive director, BC Fishing Resorts and Outfitters Association.”Hopefully the changes made to the plan will ensure these fisheries stay world class for years to come.”Quick Facts: The Kootenay-Boundary region receives the highest number of non-B.C. resident anglers in the province, and the second highest number of non-resident alien (international) anglers. The previous classified waters system in the Kootenays was first established in 2006.
Bob Ursel rink of Kelowna managed to claim the top prize at the Doug Bothamley Memorial Open Cashspiel Sunday at the Nelson Curling Club.Ursel, third Dave Stephenson, second Don Freschi of Trail and lead, Fred Thomson of Nelson, won $2,100 by defeating Myron Nichol of Castlegar 6-2 in the A Final.The Ursel rink now prepares to challenge for the BC Senior Men’s title in Enderby. Mallard’s Source for sports wants to spotlight not only the Ursel rink with Team of the Week honours but also the entire organizing committee of the Doug Bothamley Memorial Open Cashspiel.