Monthly Archives: November 2021

NBA players you don’t want to play with: James Johnson knows MMA, Nikola Jokic has intimidating brothers

No one in the NBA really wants to fight. They are talented giants who love to win basketball games, a sport based on beauty and skill. Unlike sports like rugby or mixed martial arts, basketball is not meant to be dirty and violent for the fans. But still, like any …

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Looser digital rules could damage, not help, Britain’s tech sector

November 27, 2021 BRITISH BANKS, manufacturers and telecommunications companies all have to process information about European customers and suppliers. Ensuring that they could continue to do so was one of the main considerations of the government when negotiating the withdrawal of the EU. In June, six months after her final …

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Delta Approves First Cannabis Store As Surrey Keeps Door Closed – North Delta Reporter

After the town of Delta gave the green light to a cannabis retail store this year, entrepreneurs in the now legal industry are wondering when, if at all, Surrey will follow suit. While it is possible to buy cannabis on the black market in Surrey, there is no way to …

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“As if I had hit a brick wall”: part of the Cabot trail was washed away by man as he crossed it

A Cape Breton man whose vehicle fell about six meters into a hole when part of the Cabot Trail was swept under him on Tuesday says he thought he was going to die. Davey Fraser works for Parks Canada as a heavy equipment operator and truck driver. On Tuesday he …

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Merchants Bank on Healthy Consumers for the Holidays

Consumers are more willing to spend in the weeks and months to come than ever before, with substantial savings and pent-up demand built up during the pandemic, leading several retail executives to project healthy sales through 2022. Levi Strauss & Co. CEO Chip Bergh, for example, told CNBC’s Jim Cramer …

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Obituary of Patrick Horrie (1949 – 2021) – Princeville, IL

Toulon- Patrick David Horrie, 72, of Toulon, died at 1:45 a.m. on Saturday, November 20, 2021 at the OSF Richard L. Owens Hospice in Peoria. Pat was born March 16, 1949 in Kewanee, Illinois, the son of Virgil Gene and Mary Praxedes (Masterson) Horrie. He married Cindi Stone Clements on …

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Lithgow’s iconic coal-fired power station to be demolished, paving the way for a renewable energy hub

One of New South Wales’ oldest coal-fired power plants will be partly demolished today as Lithgow’s skyline is set to change forever. Key points: Former Wallerawang coal-fired power plant to be converted into a renewable energy hub Workers pay tribute to one of the state’s most important power producers, and …

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Lady Jags fueled by low expectations

Mike Chase doesn’t shy away from the role of an outsider. In fact, he kisses her. After several years of being at or near the top of the Class 7A totem pole, little is expected of the Spain Park High School girls’ basketball team this year from the outside world. …

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Builder-turned-Bodybuilder Creates Ultimate ‘IsoGym’ – and Boosts Morale While Lifting Weights

When he was a full-time builder, Matthew Nunan lived on the weekends, but his life now revolves around health, fitness and wellness. Key points: Bendigo’s Matthew Nunan gave up his old life as a builder to focus on bodybuilding He built an “IsoGym” at home during the Victorian government’s stay-at-home …

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SC plays UConn in Atlantis basketball final: time, channel

South Carolina’s No. 1 in women’s basketball annual meeting with No. 2 UConn advanced two months. The two teams qualifying for the first Bad Boy Lawnmowers Woman Battle 4 Atlantis Championship game on Monday, the country’s top two programs will face off at a neutral venue in Paradise Island, Bahamas …

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