Minnesota Enacts Aggressive Renewable-Energy Plan

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreMinnesota’s governor signed a new law on Thursday that requires utilities to produce a quarter of the state’s electricity by 2025 using wind, sun and cleaner-burning processes, such as this one, and this one, that use manure for fuel. (AP)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img

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Police Issue Fraud Scam Alert To Local Shops & Businesses

first_imgDalbeattie Town Centre – Copyright DGWGO AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInPOLICE SCOTLAND are warning that all commercial and Retail Shops across the region should be aware after a report that on Sunday the 2nd of February 2020, 2 men of Asian appearance attempted to buy goods using someone elses card in Dalbeattie.A police Spokesperson said “Instead of entering the pin on the keypad; they press Menu, enter another number causing a printout, which they sign.”last_img

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Alaska ousts Phoenix in PBA

first_imgQualls finished the match withdouble-double 36 points and 11 rebounds, while Standhardinger chipped in 23markers and 19 boards for the 4-6 Batang Pier. Already comfortably ahead at 103-90following a basket from Vic Manuel, the Aces were stunned by a 9-0 blast by theFuel Masters, capped by a triple by Matthew Wright, to cut their lead to103-102. Jvee Casio calmly sank two free throwsfor the Alaska as the lead increased to 105-102 with nine seconds to playbefore forcing Phoenix to miss their final attempt. Alaska Aces’ Franko House foils the shot of Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters’ Jason Perkins. PBA PHOTO Sean Anthony also came up huge with 19points for the Batang Pier, which were without injured key players RobertBolick, Jonathan Grey and Bradwyn Guinto in the win./PN The Aces notched its third straightvictory to improve to 4-6 win-loss record. For Alaska, Franko House finished withdouble-double 15 points and 18 rebounds while Maverick Ahanmisi and Kevin Racaladded 12 and 11 markers, respectively.center_img MANILA – Alaska Aces survived anendgame spurt by the Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters to escape with a 105-102victory in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup last night at the Smart AranetaColiseum. Matthew Wright had double-double 25points and 10 assists, while Alonzo Gee added 23 markers as the Fuel Mastersbows out of playoffs contention with its 2-8 record. Manuel finished the match with 20points while Jeron Teng added 17 markers. Michael Qualls and ChristianStandhardinger took turns on offense for the Batang Pier to get back on thewinning track after trailing by as much as 15 points to start the game. In the first game, NorthPort BatangPier recovered from a flat start to score a 102-94 upset over the NLEX RoadWarriors and kept its playoffs hopes alive. last_img read more

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GAME NOTES: Valdosta State

first_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – The Argonauts are enjoying one of the best seasons in recent memory, sitting at 17-10, the school’s first 17-win season since 2003-04. UWF will wrap up the regular season with a home game against Valdosta State this Saturday at 4 p.m.2011-12 UWF Men’s Basketball Game Notes:- Game 29: Valdosta State- Games 26-27: West Ga. and West Ala.- Games 24-25: North Ala. and Ala.-Huntsville- Games 22-23: Christian Brothers and Delta State- Game 21: Valdosta State- Game 20: New Orleans- Game 19: West Alabama- Game 18: West Georgia- Games 16-17: North Ala. and Ala.-Huntsville- Game 15: Delta State- Game 14: Christian Brothers- Games 12-13: St. Augustine’s and Va. State- Games 10-11: Ark.-Ft. Smith and Ark. Tech- Game 9: Shaw- Game 8: Ga. Southwestern- Games 6-7: Auburn Mont. and North Ga.- Game 5: Southeastern- Game 4: Ga. Southwestern- Game 3: Montevallo- Games 1 – 2: Lynn and BarryREGIONAL RANKINGSThe University of West Florida finds itself at No. 6 in the NCAA South Regional rankings, staying put after taking down now No. 5 West Georgia. The Argos are on the cusp of taking part in the program’s first ever NCAA Regional with the top eight teams making the cut.BEASLEY STEPPING UPWest Florida junior Terrance Beasley has stepped up as of late, earning a role in the starting line up in the Argo’s last four outings. The Tulane transfer put in a career high 18 points during the team’s six point win over North Alabama, going 9-of-11 from the field.HEADING INTO THE GSC TOURNEYThe Argos now sit tied for third place in the conference standings with West Georgia and North Alabama at 7-6 in league play. The GSC Tournament will take place on March 2-4, with all eight teams qualifying.PROGRAM WIN NUMBER 400The Argos grabbed win number 400 in program history after defeating West Georgia at home last Thursday. UWF is now 401-343 all time in 27 seasons of play. The men’s basketball team was founded in 1967 but did cease play from 1976-1993.FINISHING OVER .500The Argos will finish the regular season over .500 for the first time since the 2008-09 season when the team went 13-12. The 17 wins so far this year is the first 17-win season for UWF since the 2003-04 campaign with a win against the Blazers matching the 2000-01 18-win season.LAST TIME VS. VALDOSTAThe Argos took a 10-point, 73-63 win at Valdosta on Jan. 28, for their 14th win of the season. Four West Florida players scored in double-digits including Jamar Moore, who ended the night with a double-double, scoring 20 points and grabbing 13 rebounds.Print Friendly Version Share GAME NOTES: Valdosta Statelast_img read more

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