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Dixie State Football Adds Future Opponents

first_img Tags: BYU/Colorado State/Dixie State Football/FBS/FCS/Illinois State/Missouri Valley Conference/New Mexico State/South Dakota State FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Wednesday, Dixie State football announced future opponents as the Trailblazers continue to prepare for their Division I era.Three of these four future opponents are from the FCS and one from the FBS.The Trailblazers announced a two-game series with traditional Missouri Valley Conference power South Dakota State in 2020 and 2021. Both games against the Jackrabbits will be at Brookings, S.D.Additionally, in 2020 Dixie State will play two more Missouri Valley Conference games, at Vermillion, S.D. against the South Dakota Coyotes and at Normal, Ill. against the Illinois State Redbirds.In 2021, Dixie State will play at FBS independent New Mexico State at Las Cruces, N.M.The Aggies will historically be the Trailblazers’ first FBS opponent with Dixie State also to make forays to Provo to play BYU in 2022 and to Fort Collins, Colo. to play Colorado State in 2023. May 30, 2019 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Football Adds Future Opponents Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

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Bakery industry welcomes grocery market review

first_imgCraft bakers are celebra-ting after the announcement last week that the Competition Commission is to start a review of the grocery market. National Association of Master Bakers (NA) chief executive David Smith said he is on “cloud nine” following the announcement by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT). “It’s the best result you could have hoped for, it’s tremendous,” he said.The OFT’s decision comes after the Association of Convenience Stores (ACS), the NA, suppliers, consumer organisations and environmental groups highlighted problems caused to small shops and suppliers by the growing dominance of the “Big Four” superstores. The Competition Commission will look at issues including buying power, below-cost selling, price flexing, and the decline in choice caused by the closure of many independent shops.The announcement follows growing political pressure for a review. The All Party Parliamentary Small Shops Group published a report into the High Street 2015 last month, attacking the “heavily unbalanced trading environment” in the UK. It called for a review of the two-market ruling, which separates the grocery market into top-up (local) shopping and one-stop (supermarket) shopping.Mr Smith said the NA will urge craft bakers and bakery suppliers to give evidence to the Competition Commission. He said: “Suppliers and bakers have another chance. We know they are being squeezed.”The ACS first asked the Competition Commission to trigger a review of the market in 2004. This request was refused, with little explanation. In Octo-ber the ACS appealed to the Competition Appeals Tribunal, which told the OFT to reconsider. The OFT will now undertake a four-week consultation on its decision, running until April 6, and, if it is confirmed, the Competition Commission will undertake the review, which could take up to two years.“This is a landmark ruling for independent retailers and consumers,” declared ACS chief executive David Rae. “But there is a long way to go before we get the hard and fast outcomes that we believe are required, such as better ways of stopping predatory pricing, and greater transparency in dealings between retailers and suppliers.”Greggs MD Sir Michael Darrington said referral of the grocery market to the Competition Commission was a fair thing to do. He commented: “If we want to have a balance in the high street and in town centres, then we need to help that happen, rather than let market forces totally have their way.”last_img read more

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12 Days Of Phishmas 2018: Page McConnell Gives A Candid Interview On The Streets Of London In 1996 [Watch]

first_imgIt’s that time of year again… In seven short days, Phish will return to New York’s Madison Square Garden for their annual four-night New Year’s run. Each year, we like to celebrate the season in the days leading up to Phish at MSG with the 12 Days of Phishmas, a daily series that gives you your Phish fix and helps stoke your excitement in the days leading up to the run. In 2016, we took you back to 12 historic Phish performances at The Garden. In 2017, with the Baker’s Dozen barely out of sight in the rearview, we relived the magic and mystery of the band’s historic residency.For years, we’ve been earmarking some of our favorite Phish interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and other cool content that we haven’t found the right occasion to share with you…until now. For 2018, we’ve made you a very special Phishmas Advent calendar to help spice up your countdown to showtime. As we approach the start of the run on the 28th, we’ll open up one panel a day and reveal a fun surprise inside—a little something sweet and Phishy once a day until the Garden party begins. No peeking! By the time we’re finished with the calendar, it will finally be time for the gift we’ve all been waiting for: Four nights of Phish on their home court at the World’s Most Famous Arena.7 Days Til Phish: Page McConnell Gives An Interview On The Street In London (1996)On the sixth day of Phishmas… Page McConnell gives an informal, off-the-cuff interview on the street in London during Phish’s 1996 summer European tour. Extensive tours throughout Europe were still relatively new to the band at this point, and Page rarely gives interviews these days, making it even particularly cool to watch the keyboardist so enthusiastic to answer questions following their show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 7/11/96.Looking back on Phish 22 summers ago is a feel-good trip down memory lane, as Page and later Trey (Anastasio) entertain fans on the sidewalk and sign autographs, hoping to push their musical following outside of the U.S. Although Phish has grown tremendously since this 1996 interview, it’s fascinating to hear about all of the signature elements of practice and performance (like the “Hey” exercise) that the band continues to incorporate into their rehearsal time in 2018.Watch the clip below to see Page field a barrage of questions on wide range of topics ranging from band’s initial distaste for constantly being compared to the Grateful Dead, his earliest memories of Trey, Jon, and Mike, what became of Jeff Holdsworth, and more.Page McConnell Gives An Interview On The Street In London[Video: spaceodyssee2000]We’ll be back tomorrow to open the seventh panel on our Phishmas 2018 Advent calendar. What other Phishmas surprises are in store? You’ll just have to wait and see…In the meantime, you can go back through the previous Phishmas surprises:On the first day of Phishmas… The Big Daddy ShowOn the second day of Phishmas… David Byrne Interviews PhishOn the third day of Phishmas… Trey Anastasio Talks Fare The Well At The New Yorker Festival On the fourth day of Phishmas… A Look Inside The Hoist Sessions From Cactus FilmsOn the fifth day of Phishmas… Mike Gordon Fascinates A Muscle Shoals Legend On the sixth day of Phishmas… Page McConnell Chats in the Streets of Londonlast_img read more

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