Publix stores will now start closing at 8:00 pm due to the coronavirus epidemic.The announcement was made Friday via the store’s Twitter account, stating that the early closing time will allow them to better sanitize and restock their establishments.To better serve our customers, give our store teams time to conduct additional preventive sanitation and restock product on our shelves, beginning Saturday, March 14 we will adjust store and pharmacy hours companywide to close at 8 p.m. until further notice. pic.twitter.com/Lc0jRLtZwh— Publix (@Publix) March 14, 2020 The change will take place starting on Saturday and will continue until further notice.This week and last week many stores struggled to keep up with demand for sanitation and personal hygiene products after the CDC suggested that those most vulnerable to the coronavirus begin stocking up on the essentials items and practice social distancing.The President has since declared the coronavirus a national emergency to free-up the money needed to provide test kits, sanitation measures, and medical staff.Additionally, all schools including college and universities have closed their doors for the next two weeks to prevent the spread of the virus on campuses nationwide.For more on the coronavirus, click here.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on August 11, 2014 at 3:19 pm Contact Jesse: [email protected] | @dougherty_jesse Syracuse will square off with Atlantic Coast Conference foes North Carolina and Virginia on ESPN’s Big Monday this season, SU Athletics announced in a tweet on Monday afternoon.The UNC game will be at North Carolina on Jan. 26, and the Orange and Cavaliers will match up in the Carrier Dome on March 2. Both games will be played at 7 p.m.The Orange played two Big Monday games last season, on Feb. 3 against Notre Dame and Feb. 24 at Maryland. Both of those games started at 7.Here’s how Syracuse’s schedule looks to date, with conference games in boldExhibition: Carleton (Canada), Nov. 2, TBDExhibition: Adrian, Nov. 10, TBDCalifornia (2K Classic at Madison Square Garden), Nov. 20, 9 p.m.TBD (2K Classic), Nov. 21, TBDLoyola (Md.), Nov. 25, TBDHoly Cross, Nov. 28, TBDAt Michigan (Atlantic Coast Conference-Big Ten Challenge), Dec. 2, TBDSt. John’s, Dec. 6, TBDLouisiana Tech, Dec. 14, TBDAt Villanova (Wells Fargo Center), Dec. 20, TBDLong Beach State, Dec. 28, TBD *At North Carolina, Jan. 26, 7 p.m. on ESPNVirginia, March 2, 7 p.m. on ESPNAdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments
Facebook205Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Northwest Christian High SchoolThe National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA) named Northwest Christian High boy’s cross-country team the national champions in Division II. Division II includes schools with enrollment under 600 nationwide. This is the third consecutive year that Northwest Christian has won the national championship. The Northwest Christian boys are the first team ever to win the national championship three years in a row. The team also won their third consecutive Washington State 2B Cross Country Championship in 2016.The Northwest Christian Lacey boy’s cross country team captures the state title before continuing on to secure the Division II National Championship. Photo courtesy: NCHS.Aron Taylor, who issues the national championship awards on behalf of the NHSCA, had this to say about the Northwest Christian Lacey program: “Capping a third consecutive WIAA Class 2B State Championship, and third consecutive NHSCA Division II National Team Championship, Northwest Christian-Lacey has separated themselves as one of the unparalleled athletic programs in the nation and a true dynasty. NHSCA recognizes Northwest Christian Lacey as the greatest small school in U.S. history. There has never been a small school program as dominant and of this caliber for boys cross country.”The Northwest Christian High School girls’ team finished in the top ten in the nation as well, finishing 9th this year. They were 2nd in the nation in 2013 and won the NHSCA national championship in 2014. The Northwest Christian girls team won nine straight Washington State Girls 2B cross country championships from 2006 through 2014, an all-time Washington State Girls record for consecutive state championship wins.Northwest Christian senior Luke Schilter closes out his winning run at the Class 1B/2B state cross country meet. Photo courtesy: Northwest Christian High School.Luke Schilter, the number one runner for the Northwest Christian Lacey team, was ranked as the number two runner in the nation this year for Division II. Schilter also won the 2016 Washington State 2B cross-country title in his final senior year.Northwest Christian Lacey coach Larry Weber won his third consecutive National Coach of the Year Award this year. He also won the girls National Coach of the Year award in 2014.“We are grateful for the acknowledgement from the NHSCA about the boy’s national championship,” Weber said. “Every coach, volunteer and parent, past and present, has contributed in some way to these championships over the years and to helping each student-athlete reach their God given potential.”To learn more about the Northwest Christian High School cross country program, visit the team website online.
A goal at 12:39 of the third period by David Jantzie snapped a 1-1 tie and powered the Wranglers to the title.Sherwood Park held a 1-0 lead after one period before Blackfalds tied the contest in the second.Sherwood Park outshot the Wranglers 44-34 but goalie Tanner Schalin stood tall in the nets to lead Blackfalds to the victory.In the bronze medal game Saskatchewan’s Pilot Butte Storm scored four times in the final 40 minutes to knock off the Panthers from Victoria 5-3.Richmond Sockeyes and 2010 KIJHL champion Revelstoke Grizzlies had won the Keystone title the past two years.The Arborg Ice Dawgs of Manitoba and Thunder Bay of Ontario were the other teams at the tournament. There will be no three-peat for B.C. at the Keystone Cup, emblematic of Western Canada Junior B Hockey supremacy.Cyclone Taylor champ, Peninsula Panthers of Victoria, lost out in the bronze medal game to the Pilot Butte Storm. The Panthers finished the round robin in third spot with a 3-2 record.In the final, Blackfalds Ford Wranglers of Lacombe defeated Alberta rival and host Sherwood Park Knights 2-1 in the final to claim the Keystone Cup.
“It was a very good test for us,” said coach Joe Moreira.”Both Mount Baker (Cranbrook) and Selkirk (Kimberley) are competitive teams that we had to be at our best to compete with.”The Cats edged Mount Baker for the overall title with Aberdeen Hall of Kelowna finishing third. Selkirk was fourth followed by L.V. Rogers Bombers in fifth.Moreira said Mount Sentinel defeated Selkirk in close matches both Friday and Saturday — Saturday 25-20, 18-25 and 16-14.Against Cranbrook, the Cats won we won Friday 2-0, but lost Saturday 20-25, 17-25, 8-15.The result leaves the Cats second overall in the BC High School A Girl’s Volleyball rankings behind Kelowna’s Immaculata.The Cats are in Kelowna at the University of BC/Okanagan tournament. High School volleyball teams from throughout the Kootenays got a taste of competitive action at the Kootenay Volleyball Classic Saturday at Castlegar Selkirk College Gymnasium.Of course players got a late start to the season due to the B.C. Teachers Federation strike/lockout that allowed school to start Monday (September 22).The result for Kootenay Volleyball Classic was some teams were still not ready for the season to commence and canceled out at the last minute.For the five remaining in the tournament, the host Mount Sentinel Wildcats came out the winner in the five team tournament.
Donegal County Council has advised that in order to facilitate the carrying out of emergency bridge repair works at the L1512/2 Cloncarney to Kilmore Road in Trentagh, the road will be closed from 7am to 7pm on Saturday, May 18. Localised diversions will be in place.Donegal County Council apologises for the inconvenience caused and thank in advance all road users for their co-operation while these closures are in place. Motorists warned of temporary road closure on Saturday was last modified: May 17th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Wolves defender Coady on England coach Southgate’s radarby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWolves defender Conor Coady is on England coach Gareth Southgate’s radar.Southgate was at Molineux on Monday night to watch Wolves defeat Liverpool in the FA Cup third-round.He attended the game specifically to monitor central defender Coady, says the Daily Mail.The 25-year-old, who started his career at Anfield, has earned rave reviews for his displays in the heart of Wolves’ defence this season.His performance against his former club on Monday will have done his cause no harm at all.
zoom Representatives of exporters and importers from around the world, the European Shippers’ Council and the Global Shippers’ Forum, have joined forces to advance and protect their members’ interests in the face of unprecedented change in the global container shipping industry.The move was made amid shippers’ fears that the contraction of the shipping market into a small number of alliances and the use of vessels with a capacity of over 18,000 TEU will reduce their choice of carrier and the quality of the services delivered as “carriers operating within such arrangements cannot compete among themselves with regard to the agreed capacity, sailing frequency, transit times, ports of call and service level.”In its paper “The Implications of Mega-Ships and Alliances for Competition and Total Supply Chain Efficiency: An Economic Perspective,” Global Shippers’ Forum offered a range of options for national and regional competition authorities on how to approach the regulation and oversight of the new shipping alliances.Namely, the paper states that competition authorities and regulators should ensure sufficient independent competition on key trade routes, given that the emergence of alliances has produced barriers for new entrants and has made it nearly impossible for independent lines to compete on some trades.Additionally, GSF said that competition authorities should repeal existing exemptions from antitrust laws and implement effective monitoring of alliances, including direct intervention to preserve competition where appropriate.“I am delighted that ESC has joined GSF in order to promote and defend shippers’ interests at global level. GSF has made the voice of shippers heard in the UN agencies responsible for the regulation of the maritime sector and supported many of its member associations in advancing more transparent regulation of the container shipping industry in their home markets,” Bob Ballantyne, GSF Chairman, said.
APTN National NewsThe man convicted of a triple murder and two counts of attempted murder will have a second chance inside a Nunavut courtroom.In October 2010, Christopher Bishop of Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, was convicted of killing three people and wounding two more who tried to break into his home in January 2007.Bishop’s lawyer is hopeful that his appeal will be heard this spring.The lawyer plans to argue that bishop was acting in self-defense, a noting the jury rejected at his trial.Bishop used an illegal AK-47 knock-off with an illegal clip to shoot the home invaders.At least one was shot in the back.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – After months of decision making, the School District 60 Board of Trustees have finally decided on a name for the new elementary school that is being constructed from across the Fort St. John Hospital.The new elementary school will now be known as Anne Roberts Young, the first registered nurse in Fort St. John.Board Chair, Ida Campbell, says the Board and Superintendent, Dave Sloan, decided to go with Anne Roberts Young, not only for historical reasoning but for the school’s proximity to the hospital. “Superintendent Dave Sloan believes the name is fitting given to the new school’s location across the street from the Fort St. John Hospital and Birthing Centre and the fact that Anne Roberts Young has dedicated so much of her professional life to providing healthcare in our community.”The new elementary school is being constructed from across the Fort St. John Hospital at a cost of $31.3 million. Construction started in 2018 and will be complete by the Fall of 2020.