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Kaser named to Ray Guy Award watch list AUGUSTA, Ga. Texas A junior punter Drew Kaser was named to the 2014 preseason watch list for the Ray Guy Award, which is given annually to the nation’s top collegiate punter. Kaser, from Strongsville, Ohio, will be the lone specialist among the players appearing at next week’s Southeastern Conference Media Days in Hoover, Ala. Also representing the Aggies will be senior cornerback Deshazor Everett (DeRidder, La.) and senior offensive lineman Cedric Ogbuehi (Allen, Texas). A finalist for the
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Pool attendance rebounding with hot weather

Derby, Kan. It’s the perfect weather for local pools and water parks.

Pool managers say
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"We’ve definitely had a lower than average attendance thus far this summer," says Darcie Parkhurst. Parkhurst is Aquatic Fitness Facility Director in Derby which includes the Rock River Rapids water park.

She says, "We’ve had unusually cool parts of the summer. But temperatures have gone up and down. Cold last week. Nice and warm this week."

Last week, she says, was a disaster for attendance at the water park. She says Rock River Rapids closed Wednesday and Thursday due to cool weather.

The park reopened Friday but only
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"We’ve been waiting for it. We love to see the big crowds coming out."

Customer Andi Wilson was cooling off there Tuesday with her four year old daughter Alex. Wilson says, "It’s really hot out and we just wanted to get some relief from the heat. This summer’s been really mild, for some reason
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But a couple Derby ten year olds explain their frustration with this summer’s up and down weather. Blakely Murray says, "It’s been really tough because the weather’s been really stormy and cold. And this is just a perfect day because it’s really high and it’s really cool."

Briyanah Davis says, "It kind of flip flops like you want to go one day and then it’s really freezing. And then you have to wear sweats and jackets."

But the girls were enjoying the water park Tuesday afternoon.

Brian Wilde says, "We went to a water park in Kansas City a couple days ago and it was 80 degrees and kind of miserable because it was so cold. So it’s great out here today."

Brian Hill, director of Wichita’s Aquatics Programs says city pool attendance through June was actually up six percent over last year. He attributes that to a mild June minus the string of 100 degree days of last summer. Hill says, however, last week Wichita did close some pools due to cool weather.

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At a recent meeting of the National Association of Major Mail Users (NAMMU), Canada Post representatives announced the company’s intention to increase postal rates in 2002. While the rate increases have not been approved by Canada Post’s board
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Canada Post plans to
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In its presentation to NAMMU, Canada Post announced the following rate increases:

Basic: one per cent increase effective January 2002.

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Because of the current contract negotiations with the Department of Canadian Heritage, Canada Post was unable to provide information on rate increases for Publications Mail.

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Hoosier Survey shows support for Sunday alcohol sales

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) Most Sunday alcohol sales are illegal in Indiana but the General Assembly will consider changing that in 2015. Results from the WISH TV/Ball State Hoosier Survey indicate it would be a popular move.

The push for Sunday alcohol sales starts in the grocery stores who, along with big box stores, compete with the package liquor stores that are currently closed on Sundays.

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Takata panel to audit air bag inflator production

DETROIT (AP) Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp. demand for a national inflator recall remains unclear. Transportation Secretary Samuel K. Skinner. The panel will have all the resources necessary to audit Takata’s manufacturing processes and develop best practices to make inflators, the statement said. It will issue a report that will be made public.The company also pledged to increase production of replacement inflators to satisfy growing recalls and to do more tests to find the exact cause of why the inflators can explode with too much force, sending shrapnel into cars and injuring people. At least five deaths have been linked to the problem worldwide.But the statement didn’t clearly say whether Takata will comply with a demand from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to declare driver’s air bag
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Tawny Wire has
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There are nearly 400 crammed onto wobbly clothing racks, so tall they knocked out the light on Wire’s ceiling fan. The dresses take up so much room that Wire, 24, couldn’t even put up a Christmas tree this year.

The mounds of dresses aren’t the result of an untreated shopping addiction or a calendar cluttered with galas. Instead, the dresses in Wire’s home in Bald Knob are all donated as part of her Cinderella Closet project.

With help coming from across the state, the Goodwill in Searcy reopened in a temporary location Thursday after a fire destroyed the original store.

The old store, at 3707 E. Race Ave., caught fire in the early morning of March 22. The store, which had been open in that location since the ’80s, was later deemed a total loss.

The Goodwill was not without a home for long. A temporary store at 2009 E. Race Ave. started being stocked just three days after the fire, and by Thursday, the doors were open.

The students in Jacki Romey’s broadcast journalism class are doing big things, and getting national attention. Education TV for the students’ community involvement in the city of Searcy.

"We try to cover events that are happening in Searcy, with the Humane Society and festivals around town," said Romey, who has been the Searcy High School journalism faculty adviser for 14 years.

Romey said the members of Lion TV, the high school’s television station, attend the national convention every year.

For the past year, Chris Engholm has been canoeing the 700 miles of the White River, shooting photographs and videos and taking notes on his adventure.

"I wanted to write a biography of the river," he said.

When he met Allyn Lord, director of the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale, she convinced Engholm to write an oral
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John Saunders, 63, who is accused of drinking four dozen bottles of well aged whiskey, worth an estimated $100,000, that had been found in the walls and stairwells of the Pennsylvania mansion where he was the live in caretaker, told the Pittsburgh Tribune Review that the alcohol must have "evaporated," adding: "That stuff had floaters in it and all kind of stuff inside the bottles. I don’t think it would even be safe to drink." President Barack Obama will release his federal budget outline April 10, the White House announced, more than two months after its Feb. 4 deadline.

QUOTE OF THE DAY "The entire country was shocked, and the entire country pledged we would do something about it and that this time would be different. Shame on us if we’ve forgotten. I haven’t forgotten those kids. Shame on us if we’ve forgotten." President Barack Obama, on the calls for tighter gun laws that followed the shooting in Newtown, Conn. tour MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.

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The murder trial of a Hensley man accused of fatally stabbing a Bauxite musician outside a nightclub ended in mistrial Thursday when the judge learned a defense attorney was working under a suspended law license. Littlejohn, co counsel representing Brian Elam Sims of Hensley, 29. Littlejohn’s license had been suspended in December 2011 for failing to complete continuing education requirements. Littlejohn had met those requirements but had not paid a $250 reinstatement fee. Littlejohn, a lawyer for about 10 years, said it was an oversight, and court records show he had paid the fee and had his license reinstated by mid afternoon.

EAST REGIONAL Indiana zoned out WASHINGTON With its 2 3 zone defense disruptive from start to finish, and Michael Carter Williams pouring in 24 points, fourth
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BASKETBALL Ole Miss hires coach Mississippi has hired Kentucky assistant Matt Insell to be its next women’s basketball coach. The 30 year old Insell has been an assistant on Wildcats Coach Matthew Mitchell’s staff the past five seasons, helping Kentucky advance to the women’s NCAA Tournament four times. Insell takes over a program that finished with a 9 20 record this season. The Rebels had a year of disarray after first year coach Adrian Wiggins and two assistants were fired just before the season started after an internal investigation found "impermissible recruiting contacts and academic misconduct." The program could still face NCAA sanctions. Insell works with the guards at Kentucky and also has recruiting and player development duties. He will remain with the Wildcats through their run in the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats play Delaware in the round of 16.

WASHINGTON It took winning a national title for Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim to get over a late shot loss to Indiana the last time the schools faced off in the NCAA Tournament. This meeting, 26 years later, was never close enough to come down to the final seconds, thanks mostly to Boeheim’s 2 3 zone defense. Now he has the Orange one victory from getting back to the Final Four. Limiting Indiana to its lowest output of the season while forcing 19 turnovers and compiling 10 blocks, fourth seeded Syracuse used Michael Carter Williams’ 24 points to upset the No. 1 seed Hoosiers 61 50 Thursday night to reach the East Regional final. After getting past preseason No. 1 Indiana, Syracuse (29 9 ) will face No. 3 seed Marquette on Saturday night in an All Big East matchup for a berth in the Final Four. Boeheim and the Orange haven’t been to the national semifinals since Carmelo Anthony led them to the 2003 title. Syracuse, which is leaving for the Atlantic Coast Conference this summer, lost at Marquette 74 71 during th

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SUSSEX AIR SHOW Champion aerobatic pilots, wing walkers, World War II fighters and bombers, flying comedy acts and a parachute demonstration will all be part of the annual air show at the Sussex Airport Friday through next Sunday.

A top attraction will be Leo Loudenslauger, a seven time United States aerobatic champion, who was also the world champion from 1980 82. He will fly his 200 horsepower Laser, a midwing monoplane. Mr. Franklin will also fly a twin engine Aerostar in a speciality act.

Among the warbirds (World War II aircraft) participating will be a B 17, a B 25, a PBY, two DC 3’s, at least four P 51’s and a P 40, according to Paul Styger, who owns the airport.

Featured will be a warbird aerobatic team that specializes in military formation flying. Called the Six of Diamonds, the team is made up of T 6 Texans. The aircraft is the United States trainer often seen in war movies painted to look like the scourge of the Pacific skies, the Japanese Zero fighter.

Oscar Boesch, a sailplane pilot from Toronto and a Luftwaffe pilot during World War II, will be towed aloft in his craft by a power plane and perform loops and rolls.

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The show is one of the best in North America and draws big crowds. ”We hope to have 10,000 to 15,000 people each day,” Mr. Styger said. Though the three full fledged air show days are Friday through next Sunday, the show will open Thursday with kite flying and a demonstration of radio controlled flying models.

On Thursday, admission will be $5. Friday, Saturday and next Sunday, it will be $10 for adults, $5 for children under 12, and free for children 8 and under. On Friday, the elderly pay half price.

The airport is on Route 565, a mile southwest of the town of Sussex. From northeast New Jersey, follow Route 23 north to Sussex or take Interstate 80 west to Route 206 and then north to Route 565.

Information: (201) 875 7337 or (201) 875 9919. CAR RALLY

The Motorsport Club of North Jersey, which has the delightful motto of ”Discover New Jersey Get Lost on a Rally,” is sponsoring a rally on Saturday evening.

The event does not offer high speed contests. Instead, it tests the skills of navigating by following instructions and arriving at a destination on time without exceeding speed limits.

Any kind of car is eligible and only a driver, navigator, a working odometer and pen are necessary.

There is a prize for ”best first time,” and there are novice, intermediate and expert categories. The fee is $10 a car.

Information: (201) 766 7955 or (201) 633 9069. COUNTRY MUSIC CONCERTS

The strains of country music will waft over the Musconetcong River tonight and next Sunday as first Willie Nelson and then the Marshall Tucker Band with Rita Coolidge perform in the big tent at Waterloo Village.

Mr. Nelson, a star among stars in the country music world, was born during the Depression in the Texas farm town of Abbott. He picked cotton after school and got his first and only guitar
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Mr. Nelson did not gain fame overnight. After dropping out of high school, he played in the honkytonks of the
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Mr. Nelson’s concert tonight begins at at 8, as does the Marshall Tucker Band Rita Coolidge concert next Sunday.

Tickets for the Nelson concert are $19 and $26 and for the Tucker Coolidge concert, $18 and $21. Lawn seats for each are $16.

Waterloo Village, a registered
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Information: (201) 347 4700 and (201) 347 0900. BARBERSHOP FESTIVAL

A truly indigenous American art form will be celebrated in Ocean Grove Saturday when the annual Barbershop Festival of Champions comes to the Ocean Grove Auditorium.

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Concerns are being expressed about the Government’s plan to make people aged over 35 pay more for health insurance when they take it out for the first time.

A 2%
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The last six years have seen more than 250,000 people drop their health insurance policy.

Health Economist Ray Kinsella says people will have an incentive to join early, and it will also encourage those considering giving up their insurance, to keep it on.

However he thinks it won’t address one serious point, saying: "The big issue for me is the fact that the real problem is the crisis of affordability.

"The minister has introduced this to, as he says, make the market more sustainable but the real problems have to do with affordability, and this measure does not begin to address the affordability issue."

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Arbitrary decisions aren’t necessarily right

Sunday was spent, thanks to a dry day, rushing around collecting branches and other ‘burnables’ in parts of the pasture I could access without getting truck and trailer yet again stuck in the mud.

The reason for the hurry: this weekend was the last for outdoor burning. After Wednesday, anything hotter than a cigarette means a minimum $500 fine.

But, regardless of the weather, council rubber stamps an arbitrary date in which it is determined no matter the weather, the forest conditions, the fact that people can’t get to places to pick up the stuff that needs burning due to swampy conditions fires will create dangerous conditions.

The same can be said for supporting the bureaucratically driven date for lawn watering restrictions. The tap was effectively turned off on that issue May 1, and from that date until October the best you can do is twice a week watering.

However, it is not the restrictions that concern me, it is when and why they are imposed on an arbitrary date. Note the reference above to April and May. and in Washington State in anticipation of huge run off volumes. There will, for weeks to come, be water ‘wasted’ because the reservoirs cannot hold the volume aleady there, let alone what is on its way as the snow pack melts.

Yet turn on the sprinkler in Abbotsford and the bylaw officer and his ticket book may come a knockin’.

As
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cheap ray bans I don’t see the need for them at any time of the year in an urban subdivision setting. What little wood waste is generated should go to the dump or the recycling depot.

In rural areas, people usually have the space and the occasional need for a fire, and do it in a sensible, safe manner. After all, the fire department is usually a
replica ray bans long way away. And as someone who lives in what is now known as a forest interface, I am cognizant of the potential for devastation by fire.

However, it looks and sounds ridiculous to prevent someone from lighting a fire when the fields and forest floors are so wet almost nothing could ignite them.

So I have to wonder, does it ever occur to council members, when agreeing to ban something for which there is no purpose for the
cheap ray ban outlet decision, that they look foolish?

I am fully supportive of imposing restrictions when it is for the greater good, when it is necessary to preserve water or prevent fires from consuming homes and forest.

Shouldn’t common sense prevail when setting the date to impose restrictions, for example when the weather dries out, when the reservoirs are full without spilling over or the fire danger rises above ‘couldn’t happen’?

All you need to do is click on Weather Network and look at the long term forecast.

Eight of the next 12 days call for rain, the daily low temperatures don’t appear to go above 10 degrees.

But someone in the bureaucracy decided the abolition dates, based on vague expectations that every year is the same, and that in some distant past May was hot and dry, preceded by an equally dry April.

And council, not quite getting the ‘optics’ of questionable decision making, merely agrees without ever taking the time to simply look at the weather outside the window.

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