Tony Stewart, lip sync artist?Turns out the three-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion has some skills, as shown off in a Lip Sync Challenge video posted by the Columbus, Indiana, police department. The Indiana town is Stewart’s hometown, and the co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing had fun with his appearance.RELATED: Stewart tweets congratulations at Kyle Busch Who knew Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart” was a jam for “Smoke?” Watch below for the cameo which happens at the start.
If Chilean representatives had accepted the proposal, the firm would have begun extracting millions of tons of metal from the earth, as well as building a seaport for the metal’s exportation.RELATED: India Saves Its Tigers Instead of Mining For $330M in DiamondsSince conservationists warned that the projects could potentially harm the penguins, the Chilean government refused.“The compensation measures were insufficient and could not guarantee the protection of species of concern,” Environmental Minister Marcelo Mena told the Associated Press.“We are not against economic development or projects that are necessary for the country’s growth, but they must offer adequate solutions for the impact they will have.”Click To Share The News With Your Friends (Photo by BZD1, CC)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreThe Chilean government has just turned down a $2.5 billion mining project in favor of endangered wildlife conservation.The original project proposal was for an iron mining initiative launched by the Andes Iron firm in the Coquimbo region. The region is dangerously close to the National Humboldt Penguin Reserve: a collection of islands that house and protect the Humboldt penguin, along with several other endangered species.
Click here or on the image above to view it at full size in a new window. Dave NatzkeEditorProgressive DairymanEmail Dave [email protected] The 116th Congress features 100 new members of the House: Democrats now have a 235-197 majority, with three vacancies as of February 2019. In the Senate, Republicans expanded their majority to 53-47.advertisementadvertisementProgressive Dairyman provides the names of House and Senate committees and subcommittees and their members with oversight on issues directly impacting dairy in the 116th Congress.1. AgricultureSenate: U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kansas), will again chair the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. Roberts, 82, has worked on eight farm bills. He’s the only lawmaker to chair both the House and Senate Ag Committees. Roberts won’t seek re-election in 2020. Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Michigan) remains the top Democrat on the committee and continues serving as the ranking member.There are 11 Republicans on his committee, but the Democratic roster shrunk by one seat and is down to nine. Both the Republicans and the Democrats have added one new senator to the Agriculture Committee’s ranks: Sen. Mike Braun (R-Indiana) and Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Illinois).Much of the work in 2019 will focus on working with the USDA to implement the 2018 Farm Bill, including the Dairy Margin Coverage Program (DMC). The Senate Agriculture Committee is expected to play a key role in the upcoming reauthorization of the Child Nutrition Act.House: With the new Democratic majority, Rep. Collin Peterson (D-Minnesota) is chair of the House Agriculture Committee, replacing Rep. Mike Conaway (R-Texas), who will now serve as the ranking member.advertisementThere are 26 Democrats on the committee, including about a dozen newcomers; there are only three new Republican members.California has the most representation on the committee with six members; five states have three members on the committee: Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota and New York. Rep. Jim Costa (D-California) chairs the subcommittee on livestock and foreign agriculture.2. AppropriationsSenate: Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Alabama) is chair of the Senate Committee on Appropriations. Ranking member and vice-chair is Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont).The Senate Appropriations Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Subcommittee has oversight on the USDA (except Forest Service), the Farm Credit Administration, Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Food and Drug Administration. There are seven Republicans and six Democrats on that subcommittee. Sen. John Hoeven (R-North Dakota) is chair; Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Oregon) is ranking member.House: The House Committee on Appropriations is led by Rep. Nita Lowey (D-New York), chair; ranking member is Rep. Kay Granger (R-Texas).The Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies subcommittee oversees most USDA programs. There are seven Democrats and four Republicans on that subcommittee. Leadership is Rep. Sanford Bishop Jr. (D-Georgia), chair; and Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (R-Nebraska), ranking member.advertisement3. JudiciarySenate: Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) is chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Ranking member is Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California).Probably of most importance to dairy is the Subcommittee on Border Security and Immigration, which oversees immigration, citizenship and refugee laws. There are nine Republicans, led by subcommittee chair Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), and eight Democrats, led by ranking member Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Illinois).House: The House Judiciary Committee is led by Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-New York), chairman; and Rep. Doug Collins (R-Georgia), ranking member.The Subcommittee on Immigration and Citizenship has jurisdiction over immigration and naturalization, border security, admission of refugees, treaties, conventions and international agreements. The nine Democrats on that subcommittee are led by Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-California), chair; and Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Washington), vice-chair. The six Republicans are led by Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colorado), ranking member.4. TradeCommittees with primary oversight on trade include the Senate Finance Committee and the House Ways and Means Committee.Senate: The Senate Finance Committee includes 15 Republicans, led by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), chair; and Sen. Ron Wyden D-Oregon), ranking member.Oversight on trade issues rests with the Subcommittee on International Trade, Customs, and Global Competitiveness. It has 11 Republicans and nine Democrats. Chair of the subcommittee is Sen. John Coryn (R-Texas); ranking member is Sen. Robert Casey (D-Pennsylvania).House: The House Ways and Means Committee includes 25 Democrats, led by Rep. Richard Neal (D-Massachusetts), chair; and 17 Republicans, led by Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas), ranking member.The Subcommittee on Trade is responsible for matters related to international trade, including customs, tariffs, the negotiation and implementation of reciprocal trade agreements, and international trade rules and organizations. It has 11 Democrats and seven Republicans. Chair of that subcommittee is Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon); ranking member is Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-Florida).5. Congressional Dairy Farmer CaucusSix co-chairs have been named to head the Congressional Dairy Farmer Caucus, a bipartisan group dedicated to educating other members of Congress and building political consensus on the importance of the dairy industry to the nation’s economy. While it’s called the “Congressional Dairy Farmer Caucus,” it is made up of only House members. As of Progressive Dairyman’s deadline, the full list of Congressional Dairy Farmer Caucus members was not available. * Chairs and ranking members of House and Senate committees are ex-officio members of all subcommittees. Even though the 2018 Farm Bill provided dairy safety net program changes for the next five years, Congress will debate issues directly impacting dairy farmers. Immigration, trade and environmental policies are chief among those, and grassroots efforts are already underway to reform other dairy policies. The New Green Deal looms.
Share PENSACOLA, Fla. – Due to expected rain later in the day, Saturday’s baseball doubleheader between West Florida and North Alabama at Jim Spooner Field was moved up to start at 1 p.m. The doubleheader was originally scheduled for a 2 p.m. start time.Any additional schedule changes will be posted as soon as possible to www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version SCHEDULE ALERT: West Florida baseball doubleheader on Saturday moved up to 1 p.m. Photo by Chris Nelson/ArgoPhotos.com
Narita International Airport Terminal 3. Sumber Wikipedia Semakin banyaknya maskapai yang menyediakan layanan Low Cost Carriers (LCC) membuat terminal khusus maskapai berbiaya rendah di Bandara Internasional Narita perlu diperluas dalam jangka waktu empat tahun mendatang. Tujuannya, agar mengurangi penumpukkan penumpang yang terjadi di bandara yang terletak di Prefektur Chiba, Jepang ini.Baca Juga: Lima Maskapai Ini Dianggap Ramah Bagi Penyandang DisabilitasDiketahui, Terminal 3 yang diperuntukkan khusus maskapai berbiaya rendah ini dibuka pada tahun 2015 silam, dan setiap tahunnya hampir selalu mengalami peningkatan pengguna. Dikutip KabarPenumpang.com dari laman nhk.or.jp, aliran pengguna meningkat kurang lebih sekitar 10 persen setiap tahunnya. Itu semua tidak lepas dari peran operator LCC yang terus memperkenalkan layanan baru dan meningkatkan jumlah penerbangannya. Ada keunikan lain dari bandara ini. Selain Terminal 3 yang dikhususkan untuk maskapai berbiaya rendah, Terminal 1 dan 2 pun ditujukan bagi kelompok maskapai tertentu, seperti Terminal 1 khusus untuk anggota SkyTeam dan Star Alliance, sedangkan Terminal 2 khusus untuk anggota aliansi maskapai Oneworld. Saking banyaknya layanan yang ‘singgah’ di bandara yang memiliki landas pacu sejajar ini, sampai-sampai Bandara Internasional Narita mendapat gelar sebagai bandara internasional tersibuk di Jepang.Menurut laman sumber, Terminal 3 Bandara Internasional Narita digunakan oleh lebih dari 7,6 juta orang pada tahun fiskal terakhir yang berakhir pada bulan Maret 2018 kemarin. Dengan adanya peningkatan yang stabil pada sektor penumpang, maka hal tersebut maka berimbas pada kepadatan penumpang ketika check-in dan antrean pada pos pemeriksaan keamanan.Baca Juga: WheelTug, Dukung Pergerakan Pesawat Lebih Cepat di Area TerminalMenanggapi hal tersebut, Narita International Airport Corporation selaku operator bandara tersebut melakukan inisiasi untuk meningkatkan kapasitas terminal menjadi 15 juta penumpang. Selain dapat menampung lebih banyak pelancong, peningkatan kapasitas tersebut pun diharapkan dapat menarik lebih banyak nama LCC untuk ‘menyandarkan’ pesawatnya di Narita.CEO dari Narita International Airport Corporation, Makoto Natsume mengatakan bahwa akan merelokasi bangunan kargo di sisi selatan terminal LCC untuk membebaskan ruang seluas 10.000 meter persegi untuk perluasan. “LCC telah berkembang dan permintaan penerbangan telah melampaui ekspektasi. Kami akan berhati-hati dalam menyediakan fasilitas penunjang bagi para penumpang,” tutur Makoto.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedLow Cost Carrier Terminal Akan Hadir di Terminal 1 dan 2 Bandara Soetta11/08/2018In “Bandara”Mengenal Terminal LCC, Apa Bedanya dengan Terminal Full Service?27/08/2020In “Analisa Angkutan”Terminal 2F Bandara Soekarno-Hatta Kini Khusus untuk Penerbangan Berbiaya Murah02/05/2019In “Bandara”
Matt Loede Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. The Browns dropped a tough game on Sunday against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium, and today was the first time in a few weeks that interim head coach Gregg Williams had to face the media on a Monday after a setback.Here’s some takeaways from and answers to the media’s questions from today’s press conference in Berea. On Sunday’s Setback in Houston: “The game could have been closer, and the reason the game was not as close is that on the road you can’t be minus-four [in turnover differential]. You can’t do that. On the road minus-four and allowing a defensive score even diminishes your chances, whether it is minus-one or minus-two on the road and you allow a score on the offensive side of the ball when you are out there. Defensively, we have to take it away. We had the ball on the ground a couple of times. We have been well on taking it away. We have to score on defense, too. When they score, we score. That is how you play the complementary game. “Affect the field position. Defensively, one of the things that we have to do is better on third down and forcing them. Anytime that you force a team to 16, 17 or 18 [third downs] – we have had those weeks this year when you are 16-plus third and fourth downs – that is really good on first and second down, but then you have to get off [the field. It was more us than them. We have to execute our way. It was more us than them on a couple of those situations, especially when it gets down into the short-yardage situations. Give them credit. I will tell you, our guys credit them. We still made them kick field goals, but we could have been off the field on third down before they were in field goal range and forced a few more punts that way and give our offense an opportunity there to do better. Second half, just like we have you said, when we took a look at the film and everything, they came out grinding. “I thought (QB) Baker (Mayfield) did a very good job all day long in the leadership aspect of how we are going to do things on offense. I thought the leadership aspect on defense, too, and on special teams, the guys never flinched. We just need to do a better job in the point-producing areas of what the takeaways mean and how they do that on diminishing the return on winning games on the road.” Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 Related TopicsBrownsGregg Williams
By Jessica Anstice Residents are invited to attend a Community Emergency Preparedness Workshop to prepare for the upcoming summer season. Cardinia Shire Council…[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.
By The Nelson Daily SportsErik Wentzel scored a power play goal with eight minutes left in the game to spark the Castlegar Rebels to a 4-3 victory over the Nelson Leafs in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Friday at the NDCC Arena.The loss was the third straight for the Leafs. Castlegar has dominated the season series against the Nelson losing only one game.The teams conclude the West Kootenay rivalry tonight in the Sunflower City. Game time is 7:30 p.m.Castlegar led 2-1 after one period on goals by Spencer Brodt and Ryan Aynsley. Jeff Hodgkinson scored his first goal in a Leaf jersey to keep the home team close.Stuart Walton had the only marker of the second to increase the Rebel lead to 3-1. Dallon Stoddart gave the home side some life scoring seven minutes into the third.But the Murdoch Division leaders power play finally clicked with Wentzel restoring the two-goal lead. Evan J. Moir scored with four minute remaining in the game to make the score close.Castlegar out shot the Leafs by a wide margin with Alex Ross registering the win in goal.Marcus Beesley, getting a lot of work for Nelson between the pipes with Darren Hogg still on the injury list, took the loss.ICE CHIPS: Ryan Aynsley, 20, has verbally committed to a scholarship offer at Northern Michigan University. Aynsley, a native of Kelowna, leads the Rebels in scoring with 31 goals and 35 assists for 66 points in 35 games. Aynsley spent some time with Trail of the BCHL, but decided to return to the Rebels prior to the roster deadline in January. [email protected]
Audio Playerhttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/gbfm.podcasts/Punchestown+Day+Four.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. In Racing, it’s Betdaq Champion Hurdle day at Punchestown where ‘My Tent Or Yours’ is set to off as favourite in the big race at 5.30pm. The first race is off at twenty to four and looking forward to the action is George McDonagh… Friday selections:3.40 Grangeclare Rosa4.20 Marlbrook (NAP)4.55 Bonny Kate5.30 Vroum Vroum Mag6.05 O O Seven6.40 Kashari7.10 No Comment7.40 On The Fringeprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Galway Cross Country Championships – The first day of the Galway County Cross Country Championships will take place at the Palace Grounds in Tuam on Sunday 7th October next, with a start time of 1pm. The Juvenile programme will see races for U10 up to U18 age group, across the following distances; U10s – 1000m; U12s – 2000m; U14s – 3000m; U16s – 4000m, and U18s and Junior- 4000m (girls) 6000m (boys). The Senior Ladies will race over 4km and the Galway title could be between Caron Ryan of Craughwell, Aine O Farrell of Athenry and Emma Grimes and Niamh Hennelly of GCH, with a strong GCH team tipped for honours in the team event. The Senior Men’s race will be decided over a testing 8km on the famed rolling hills in the Palace Grounds. Among the medal favorites will be Brendan McDonnell, Joe Tannian and Peter O Sullivan of GCH, Jamie Fallon of Craughwell, and Castlegar’s Stephen Casserly, with the team title likely to be hotly contested between Castlegar, Craughwell and GCH. The Junior Mens race could be a very exciting affair, with many of GCH’s National title winning team likely to be in action, such as Thomas McStay and Eanna Folan, with new signing Jack Maher also likely to feature well.Galway Primary Schools Races – The annual Galway Primary Schools Cross Country Finals will take place in Nolan Park, Renmore, from 12 noon tomorrow, Tuesday 2nd October, with four races on the card. Almost 2,000 pupils competed on a hugely successful Semi Final day held Tuesday last on a perfect course in Renmore, with over 400 runners making it through to the finalsLoughrea Grey Lake 10k – Loughrea AC held their annual Grey Lake 10k Road Race on Sunday afternoon last, as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations, and first home on the day was Kenneth Rodgers of St Johns AC in Clare, in a fast 32.17. Rodgers finished well clear of Eric Llaurado in second in 36.17, and third home was Hugh McArdle of Roscommon Harriers. First lady was Denise Barrett in 44.30, with Mary Kealy of Athenry AC second and Corofin’s Eimear Bray third.Carna 10k Conamara – Fergal Walsh of Athenry AC (pictured) stormed home to win the Carna 10k held last Saturday 29th September in the scenic Connemara village in a time of 35.25, ahead of Ronan Mac an Iomaire and Bernard McLoughlin, in second and third respectively. First lady was Maureen Linnane, with Ciara Ni Choribin of Castlegar AC second home. The annual 10k Conamara race was organised by the local Connemara Athletic ClubGalway Bay Races – The Run Galway Bay series of races event takes place on Saturday 6th October next, with the programme including a Full Marathon, (at 8.30am), a Half Marathon which sets off at 12 noon and a 10K race at 10.30 am. This event is a sell out and will see some of Irelands top athletes set to compete including Sergio Ciobanu of Clonliffe and Streets of Galway winner John Travers of Donore Harriers, while GCH ladies Elaine Walsh and Grainne Ni Uallachain will expect to do well over the half marathon.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email