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Huskies handle Blades easily 10-2

first_imgWanting to put behind them a disappointing loss to the Dawson Creek Junior Canucks on Wednesday, the Fort St. John Huskies did just that last night in Beaverlodge. They scored their first goal just 2:31 into the contest and had an easy time on the way to a 10-2 win.The Huskies fell behind briefly in the first but wound up with a 3-2 lead by the time the period ended.Fort St. John increased their lead to 5-2 in the second and pulled away for good in the third with five goals to round out the scoring.- Advertisement -Scoring for the Huskies were Kody Disher (4), Jacob Lang (2), Cayle Bell, Lucian Serban, Adam Bowie, and Josh Robinson.The Huskies are back in action tonight at the North Peace Arena at 8 p.m. against the Fairview Flyers.last_img


Sharks’ Erik Karlsson undergoes groin surgery

first_imgSAN JOSE — Defenseman Erik Karlsson underwent surgery last week to address a groin injury that he suffered this season, the Sharks said in a news release Wednesday.Karlsson underwent the surgery on May 31. The Sharks said the surgery was successful and that Karlsson has started rehabilitation. Karlsson, slated to become an unrestricted free agent July 1, is expected to be ready for the 2019-20 season.Karlsson first suffered the injury in mid-January and missed 27 of the Sharks’ final 33 …last_img


Athletics’ Piscotty has melanoma removed from right ear

first_imgOAKLAND — The Athletics arrived at the Coliseum for the start of a 10-game home stand Friday to the news that right fielder Stephen Piscotty had undergone surgery to remove a melanoma from his right ear.Piscotty underwent a routine check on May 28, and a mole on his right outer lobe was biopsied, and on June 5 tests came back positive for melanoma, a form of skin cancer. Surgery was performed Thursday at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco.“What we know is we believe it …last_img


Input sought on SA wildlife distribution

first_img22 August 2013 The Department of Environmental Affair has invited members of the public to provide their input on maps reflecting the natural distribution range of 21 indigenous wild mammal species in South Africa. The species include impala, springbok, white rhino, eland, Cape buffalo, giraffe, kudu, black wildebeest and Cape mountain zebra. The department said earlier this month that it was developing the maps in phases, with the current set of maps including 21 indigenous mammal species “that are most commonly translocated within the wildlife industry”. Translocation of the animals is regulated in terms of both provincial and national biodiversity legislation, although factors considered in evaluating permit applications often differ between provinces. The maps are therefore expected to give clarity on the natural distribution range of South Africa’s wildlife, and to help with the evalutation of permit applications. The maps were developed based on a set of predetermined principles, including the historical distribution of species, as well as vegetation types indicate the sustainability of habitats to different species. To access the template for input submissions, and for more information on the distribution maps, follow this link. Members of the public are invited to submit their input by downloading the template and returning it via e-mail to [email protected] by 31 August 2013. Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more


July 9 2005 ITALIAN NIGHT 2005 is tomorrow Th

first_imgJuly 9, 2005 ITALIAN NIGHT 2005 is tomorrow. This photo was taken during last years event.[Photo & Text: sa] The crew gathers for instructions. All of the work is detailed into teams. This is the biggest event of the year at Arcosanti. More to come …..[Photo & Text: sa] The Colly Soleri Amphitheater is prepared.[Photo & Text: sa]last_img


Rep Howrylak encourages community to submit input on mental health services

first_img Categories: Howrylak News Website will assist House task force in forming policy ideasState Representative Martin Howrylak today encouraged Oakland County residents to submit feedback to a House Task Force reviewing mental health services in Michigan.Rep. Howrylak, of Troy, said he hopes community members will participate by submitting their feedback. Citizens who have suggestions regarding veterans’ care, substance abuse treatment, mental health services, and training for law enforcement can submit their input online at www.house.mi.gov/CARES.“This is a valuable opportunity for the citizens in our community to share their ideas and personal experiences,” Rep. Howrylak said. “The information gathered during this process will help develop meaningful reforms to improve access to quality mental health care throughout the state of Michigan.”A bipartisan House panel was recently tasked with exploring ways to enable Michigan residents facing mental health challenges to live happier, healthier, and more independent lives. The Task Force established the www.house.mi.gov/CARES website to provide concerned citizens with an easy way to contribute to the public policy discussion.The House C.A.R.E.S. Task Force is named for the key elements the group hopes to address in mental health reform: Community, Access, Resources, Education and Safety. The Task Force is holding various public meetings throughout the state to receive input from individuals and tour treatment facilities to gain a better understanding of the challenges in the system.Meetings are currently scheduled at the following locations:Thursday, Aug. 17, at Hope Network Education Center, 775 36th St. SE in Grand Rapids, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.Monday, Aug. 21 at Mid-Michigan Community College, 1375 S. Clare St. in Harrison, at 1 p.m.Tuesday, Aug. 29, at Oakland Community Health Network, 2011 Executive Drive in Auburn Hills, from 2 to 4 p.m.### 09Aug Rep. Howrylak encourages community to submit input on mental health serviceslast_img read more


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