HEA Reporting Power Outage Restored

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享1:20pm Update: HEA says power has been restored to all members. Kasilof822 Kenai890 Members have been affected in every district, except for Ninilchik. The exact number of meters without power are: Soldotna657 Kachemak Bay876 Sterling1876 East End704center_img Original Story: Homer Electric Association is reporting a broad power outage, stretching from Nikiski to Homer, affecting 8,283 members. Homer709 Nikiski978 The outage began at roughly 11:40am today (Friday). HEA is still investigating the cause of the incident and how long it will take to restore power. Anchor Point1275 Ninilchik0last_img

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Haughton finishes runner-up in Dixie O-Zone state baseball tournament

first_imgThe Haughton All-Stars finished runner-up in the Dixie 12 O-Zone state baseball tournament.Haughton hung with a powerful Shreveport All-Stars team before falling 5-2 in the championship round Tuesday. Haughton would have had to defeat Shreveport twice to win the title.Shreveport, which will represent Louisiana in the 12 O-Zone World Series in Laurel, Miss., had won every game by at least 10 runs before facing Haughton.Members of the state runner-up team are Ryan Rimmer, Chase Keith, Jake Pieri, Logan Carmack, Jackson Voigt, Hunter Tolbert. Braden Franks, Landon Ruybal, Sergio Delgado, Jacob Hernandez, Connor Blank and Dakota Delahoussaye.Haughton’s Ryan Rimmer hit a home run. Chase Keith started on the mound and pitched well. Jacob Hernandez came on in relief.The score was tied at 2 in the bottom of the fourth with Sergio Delgado getting an RBI for Haughton. Shreveport’s Donald Bickham broke the deadlock with a two-run home run in the bottom of the fourth. Shreveport starter Caden Akana pitched three innings and was relieved by Kirk Martinson.The District 4 champion Bossier All-Stars also had a good tournament, going 2-2.Team members are Noble Means, Hayden Smith, Kynner Miller, Nathan Fielder, Triston Hargrave, Caleb Hemmings, Steven Gilbreath, Carson Carey, Coleman Beeson, Harrison Waxley, Keegan Lehr and Dylan Procell.Coaches are Eddie Fitzpatrick, Trey Smith and Chris Fielder.— Russell Hedges, [email protected] Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

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Let’s Go Streaking! Rox Win Sixth Straight

first_imgThe St. Cloud Rox ran their winning streak to six games with a 12-5 win over the Waterloo Bucks Monday night at Joe Faber Field. The Rox are now 13-2 at home this season and 16-10 overall.The Rox were patient at the plate, using ten walks issued by Bucks pitchers to score double-digit runs. The 1-5 hitters in the St. Cloud combined to score ten of the team’s 12 runs in the win.Josh Gainer pitched two scoreless innings to earn the win for the Rox. About Connatix V56490 1/1 360p Auto (360p) 720p HDcenter_img About Connatix V56490 1080p HD St. Cloud is off until Thursday. The Rox will take on the Honkers at Mayo Field, with first pitch set for 6:35 on AM 1390, Granite City Sports.Best St. Cloud Rox PlayersPhoto courtesy of Brace HemmelgarnMichael BuschBusch appeared in 49 games for the Rox during the 2017 championship season. He finished with a .291 batting average and a team-high 17 doubles. In 2019, he was selected in the 1st round (31st overall) in the Major League Baseball draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers.Photo courtesy of Brace HemmelgarnWill CraigCraig appeared in 56 games for the Rox during the 2014 season and led the team with 8 home runs. In 2016, he was selected in the 1st round (22nd overall) in the MLB draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates. He most recently played at the AAA level.Photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comJosh TaylorTaylor made 10 starts on the mound for the Rox in 2014. He struck out 51 batters over 44.2 innings pitched before signing professionally with the Philadelphia Phillies after the season. In 2019, he made his major league debut with the Boston Red Sox. Last season Taylor appeared in 52 games with Boston, finishing with a 3.04 earned run average.Photo courtesy of Brace HemmelgarnAlex McRaeMcRae made 14 appearances for the Rox in 2013, throwing 39.2 innings. He was selected in the 10th round in the 2014 MLB draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates. During the 2018 season he made his Major League debut with Pittsburgh.Photo courtesy of Brace HemmelgarnTJ FriedlDuring the 2016 season Friedl played in 16 games for the Rox. He finished with a .373 batting average, 25 hits and 12 stolen bases before being selected to play for the Team USA. Later that summer he signed the largest undrafted free agency deal ever by a collegiate player with the Cincinnati Reds for $732,500. Photo courtesy of Brace HemmelgarnBen MeyerMeyer made eight appearances for the Rox in 2012, including starting on the mound for their inaugural home opener. In 2015 he was drafted by the Miami Marlins. He made his major league debut with Miami in 2018 and appeared in 13 games for them that season.Photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comChris PaulPaul played in 193 career games for the Rox during the 2012, 2013 and 2014 seasons out of the University of California. He was the Rox MVP in 2013 and 2014 and a Northwoods League All-Star in 2014. Paul was drafted in the 6th round by the Minnesota Twins in 2015 and has played in Spring Training games with the Twins in 2018 & 2019.Photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comReese GregoryGregory pitched 192.1 innings over 49 games for the Rox during the 2013, 2014 and 2015 seasons. He finished with a career earned run average of 1.87. Gregory was selected as a Northwoods League All-Star during all three seasons he played for the team. Photo courtesy of Brace HemmelgarnBen DeLuzioDeLuzio had a .368 batting average in 2016 for the Rox. Follow his season with the Rox he signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He most recently played at the AAA level with the Diamondbacks.Photo courtesy of Brace HemmelgarnJay FlaaFlaa appeared in 10 games in relief for the Rox in 2013. In 2015 he was drafted in the 6th round by the Baltimore Orioles. He most recently played at the AAA level with the Orioles.Photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comKade ScivicqueScivicque played 40 games at catcher for the Rox in 2014. He had three home runs and nine doubles. He was drafted in the 4th round by the Detroit Tigers in 2015. Over the last three seasons he has spent time at the AAA level with the Atlanta Braves and Detroit Tigers.Photo courtesy of Brace HemmelgarnDrew AvansAvans played 48 games for the Northwoods League Championship Rox in 2017. That year he led the Rox in triples (3), runs (40), walks (41) and stolen bases (30). In 2018 he was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers and most recently appeared at the AA level.photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comLogan SalowSalow from the University of Kentucky, pitched in 11 games for the Rox, making 10 starts in 2016. He appeared in the Northwoods League All-Star Game that season. Over 56.1 innings pitched, he had a team high 70 strikeouts. In 2017, he was selected in the 6th round by the Oakland Athletics. Last season he played at the AA level.Photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comZach PopPop made nine starts for the Rox in 2015. Over 49.1 innings he finished with a 5-2 record and a 2.55 earned run average. He was drafted in the 7th round in 2017 by the Los Angeles Dodgers before being traded to the Baltimore Orioles. He most recently pitched at the AA level for the Orioles.Photo courtesy of Brace HemmelgarnAdam MartinMartin played in 100 career games for the Rox during the 2012 and 2013 seasons. In the 2013 season he led the team with 84 hits and 10 home runs. He was named a Northwoods League All-Star and won the Home Run Derby in 2013. In 2014 he was selected in the 10th round by the Seattle Mariners. Photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comPedro GarciaGarcia pitched in nine games for the Rox in 2019. Over 13.1 innings he struck out 22 batters, did not give up a run and only allowed three hits. He finished with four saves before signing professionally with the Cincinnati Reds. He continued his success in 2019 with the Reds organization as he threw 15.2 innings and did not allow an earned run all season.Photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comBrent KillamKillam appeared in 21 games in 2017, throwing 24.1 innings in relief. He finished the season with 42 strikeouts and only 2 walks. He finished with nine saves and a 0.37 earned run average. In 2019 he was drafted in the 11th round by the Los Angeles Angels. Photo courtesy of Greg KremerJohn SansoneSansone from Florida State University appeared in 36 games for the Rox in 2015. He finished with a .321 batting average with 44 hits, including five home runs. In 2016 he was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 8th round. He reached the AAA level with the Reds in 2018. Photo courtesy of the St. Cloud Rox.Brett PopePope appeared in 82 career games for the Rox during the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Over two seasons he totaled 85 hits and 52 runs. In 2017 he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates and most recently played at the AA level. photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comCameron EdenEden played in 56 games for the Northwoods League Championship Rox during the 2017 season. He finished the season with 55 hits, including four home runs. In 2019 he was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 6th round. Photo courtesy of stcloudrox.comNick TanieluTanielu appeared in 40 games for the Rox during the 2012 season. He finished the season with 48 hits, including 15 doubles for a .336 batting average. In 2014 he was drafted in the 14th round by the Houston Astros. He has spent the last two seasons at the AAA level for the Astros. Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip last_img read more

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Petko Petkov: Let those who know a lot take the whistle…

first_imgPetko Petkov, who resigned from Etar three days ago, spoke to Blitz. He explained that the new chairman of the board, Deyan Kuzdov, had not spoken to him to try to persuade him not to leave.I left because they interfere in my work, because I negotiate two players who arrive in Veliko Tarnovo and everything is supposed to be fine. Yes, but “from above” they order that a contract will be signed with only one. And a very confusing situation arises the other player.Ether’s new Management Board: We are convinced that together we can and will achieve a lotThe leadership of the “boyars” called for support I understand things as follows – only the coach should be responsible for the new additions, because then the responsibility falls entirely on him. Who is to blame when the results are negative – the coach, not the people who interfere in his work.Well, in this situation, I can’t continue to be in Ether. Let the one who intervenes put on a suit, take the whistle and come to lead the trainings and be at the head of the team during the friendly and official matches “, Petkov was angry.Deyan Kuzdov: We want Petko Petkov to remain at the helm of EtarThe new chairman of the board of the “boyars” is among the most active supporters of the teamlast_img read more

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NHLPA elects not to reopen CBA after 2019-20 NHL season

first_imgMORE: NHL free agency 2019: Complete list of all RFA, UFA playersThis, of course, avoids a lockout for the 2019-20 campaign, as the NHL also elected not to reopen the CBA on Aug. 30.Statement from NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman regarding today’s announcement from the NHLPA. pic.twitter.com/b1etQCCQJ6— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) September 16, 2019″While the players have concerns with the current CBA, we agree with the league that working together to address those concerns is the preferred course of action instead of terminating the agreement this season,” NHLPA executive director Don Fehr said in a statement regarding the decision. NHL fans can take a collective sigh of relief.The NHL Players’ Association announced on Monday that it chose not to reopen the Collective Bargaining Agreement with the league after the 2019-20 season, meaning it will last through the 2021-22 campaign. This guarantees a minimum of three years of labor peace. Ongoing discussions with NHL will continue to amend the remaining three years of this CBA with the possibility of a three- or four-year extension beyond that. https://t.co/XLwULSK1jg— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) September 16, 2019The current CBA has been in effect since 2013 following a lockout to start the 2012-13 season. Prior to that, another ratification of the CBA led to a complete cancellation of the 2004-05 campaign.Right now, the main concern appears to be escrow, according to the Associated Press, which can withhold player salary if their salary goes about the 50/50 hockey-related revenue shared between owners and players.But NHL.com’s Tom Gulitti reports both the league and the NHLPA have kept in touch over the offseason, and that “talks have been productive and cordial.”last_img read more

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