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Wind causing sporadic power outages

first_imgWe are under a wind advisory until 9 pm this evening for the entire WRBI area. Southwest winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 55 mph expected throughout the day into the evening. Use extra caution when driving, especially if operating a high-profile vehicle. Secure outdoor objects and watch for loose tree limbs. Southeastern IN—Several areas in southeastern Indiana are reporting power outages due to the wind.  You can check your area by click on the links below: Duke:  www.duke-energy.com  Decatur County REMC https://ebill.dcremc.com/woViewer/mapviewer.html?config=Outage+Web+Map Southeastern Indiana REMC:https://www.seiremc.com/content/outage-centerlast_img read more

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Owen: Sterling interview a bad idea

first_img In an interview with the BBC – not sanctioned by the club – the 20-year-old denied he was a ”money-grabber” for turning down a reported £100,000-a-week contract and said no amount of money would persuade him to sign a new deal before the summer. With negotiations now on hold until the end of the season, at the request of the player and his agent Aidy Ward, for Sterling to fan the flames came as something of a surprise to the Reds. Press Association Michael Owen has criticised Raheem Sterling’s agent for allowing the Liverpool forward to conduct an interview this week in the midst of frenzied speculation over his future. center_img And former Liverpool striker Owen believes Sterling was on “a hiding to nothing”, being made to talk about the situation. “We saw further evidence that Sterling isn’t a natural in front of the camera,” Owen said on social network Sportlobster. “That’s not a huge issue in itself but it does beg an obvious question: Why on earth did his advisor consent to exposing his client to a situation that he doesn’t feel comfortable in while discussing arguably the hottest current topic in English football? “Unless he was going to announce that he was signing a new contract imminently, he was on a hiding to nothing. “Every Liverpool fan was hanging on his every word and if there were a few willing to sympathise with him a week ago, there won’t be many who do now.” Owen’s comments echoed those of former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher, who labelled the decision to sanction the interview “woefully misjudged” as he reflected on ” another PR disaster for Team Sterling”. “For a 20-year-old and his agent to be taking on Liverpool FC in the public domain is a disgrace,” the 37-year-old said in his Daily Mail column. “I have no issue about players maximising their earning potential but the agenda that is being driven from Sterling’s camp is beyond a joke.” last_img read more

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Huron Pines finishes timber bridge on Gilchrist Creek

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisMONTMORENCY COUNTY, Mich. — Conservation group Huron Pines has finished a new timber bridge where Harwood Road meets Gilchrist Creek southeast of Atlanta.The bridge replaces a set of three culverts that were causing problems in the area. They constricted water flow resulting in frequent flooding, harmful sediment washing into the stream, and, because of the fast current, trout and other fish species were unable to reach the upstream habitat.This new 32-foot bridge will allow the creek to flow naturally under the road. “These are the types of projects we do across Northeast Michigan to help improve the connectivity of the river system while also reducing sediment, making the crossing safer and reducing maintenance costs for the road commission as well,” said Associate Director of Huron Pines, Lisha Ramsdell.Huron Pines has two more planned bridge replacements for Gilchrist Creek and another one planned for Hunt Creek near the same area. These upgrades will ensure waterways remain healthy as well as improve road safety.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Huron PinesContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena woman arraigned for stealing from thrift storeNext Bipartisan agreement approved for K-12 students return to schoollast_img read more

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