EDITORIAL: Some Thoughts on Community Development, Part Four

Read the first part In my experience, eating just one ice cream cone can be very satisfying. Eating half a gallon of ice cream in one sitting can also be satisfying, but in a different way. When I moved to Pagosa three decades ago, I was hoping the community would …

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Hockey revival in Madhya Pradesh on track

Hockey in Madhya Pradesh, once a powerhouse, is poised for a revival. Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy has won the National Sub-Junior Academy Hockey Championships. They recalled a fortnight later – winning the Academy’s junior national championships. The victories have succeeded in restoring the shine to the hockey of Madhya Pradesh. …

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16-year-old Olympic figure skating prospect from the Bay Area – NBC Bay Area

An East Bay figure skater has her eyes set on the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. Alysa Liu of Richmond is 16 and has accomplished so much already, including back-to-back national titles. Liu started skating when he was 5 years old. At 13, she became the youngest female national champion in …

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St. Pete Pier to transform for the very first winter beach

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – St. Pete’s Pier will transform into a “winter wonderland by the water” for the first-ever winter beach celebration this holiday season. The event, which features an outdoor skating rink, festive food and a holiday market, will begin at 3 p.m. on Saturday, November 20. According to …

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Penticton Outdoor Rink Gets New Funding – Summerland Review

Valley First has made a three-year financial commitment to not only make Penticton’s new outdoor rink a reality, but also to ensure that skating and equipment can be free for everyone. Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union, along with its philanthropic partner First West Foundation, has committed …

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Watch Alexandra Trusova’s Cruella Figure Skating Routine

Image source: Getty / Matthew Stockman Alexandra Trusova almost set the rink on fire when she played Cruella de Vil for her women’s free skating performance at Skate America 2021 on October 24. Dressed in a dress embellished with rhinestones, red feathers and torn newspaper clippings as a nod to …

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Metroparks’ Winter RiverFest returns to Rivergate Park and Merwin’s Wharf

The Cleveland Metroparks‘ Winter RiverFest will transform Rivergate Park and Merwin’s wharf in a winter wonderland for the holiday season starting Friday November 26th. In addition to a festive backdrop for the holiday season, this year’s Winter RiverFest will also include an ice rink, appearances of Santa Claus. a beer …

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Beginning of the fall agricultural shows in person

The fall round of prairie agricultural fairs is back under provincial COVID-19 orders and restrictions. Manitoba Ag Ex is scheduled for this week, with a requirement that all exhibitors and visitors be fully vaccinated. The Lloydminster Stockade Roundup, which is scheduled for November 2-6, and Red Deer’s Agri-Trade, Farm Fair …

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Academic Journal: October 27 – Portland Press Herald

From left to right, Mae Carroll, Maiya Marquis and Benjamin Schmidt will compete in the US figure skating championships in November. Contribution / North Atlantic Figure Skating Club Skaters presenting qualification programs for championships The North Atlantic Figure Skating Club has announced that athletes from Portland and Scarborough will compete …

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The crazy story of the Porsche 356 that toured the world

Safe to say this is not your normal Porsche 356. It’s not Photoshop madness either. Or a replica of a tin can. This is a real Porsche 356 A from 1956. Why is she dressed like a bachelor party with Sir Killalot? Because it’s going to a special place. Somewhere …

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