15 July 1978 ~ Bangor Paul Bunyan Marathon

Results 15 July 1978
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Senior Living: Live in your hands (and other strategies) for mental health

By David W. Hart, Ph.D. Contributing writer May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and the remembrance takes on much more meaning in 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned our world upside down and all of us are wondering if what we considered normal two months ago will ever be the same. How will we travel, socialize, worship and work in our brave new world? Hearing the predictions of public health experts nationally and locally, we will create a new normal that mirrors the sobering realities ...
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David Gravel wins at Knoxville; Kyle Larson 10th in return with Outlaws

David Gravel won as the World of Outlaws raced without fans at Knoxville Raceway; Kyle Larson finished 10th in first race since being fired from his NASCAR ride.
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2020 NFL Schedule: The full Sunday Night Football matchups

The 2020 Sunday Night Football slate looks terrific, including a number of marquee matchups and plenty of intriguing storylines
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Building The Lego Mountain Bike @LEGO_Group

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Kyle Larson returns to racing in World of Outlaws event

Kyle Larson has returned to racing for the first time since he was fired by Chip Ganassi Racing for using a racial slur in an iRacing event last month. Larson was one of 48 drivers attempting to make the main event Friday night in the World of Outlaws race at Knoxville Raceway. Larson drove a car fielded by Paul Silva and drove with the team from Sacramento to Iowa.
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MLB draft cut from 40 rounds to 5 in money-saving move for teams

NEW YORK — Major League Baseball will cut its amateur draft from 40 rounds to five this year, a move that figures to save teams about $30 million. Clubs gained the ability to reduce the draft as part of their March 26 agreement with the players’ association and MLB plans to finalize a decision next week to go with the minimum, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press. The person spoke Friday on condition of anonymity because no decision was announced. There will be just 160 ...
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Report: Bears considering pursuit of Larry Warford

As expected, Larry Warford quickly has become a highly sought-after free agent. Hours after the Saints released the offensive guard, the Texans expressed interest. The Bears also are considering pursuing Warford, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. They might not have long to consider whether they're interested. The Bears signed Germain Ifedi, a first-round [more]
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Coronavirus shutdown ruined ‘life-defining moments,’ lawsuit against Newsom says

LOS ANGELES  – Attorneys for an Orange County woman and four other people filed suit Friday in federal court, alleging Gov. Gavin Newsom and fellow lawmakers “used the coronavirus pandemic to expand their authority” and deprive citizens of their rights. The suit, filed in Los Angeles by the Center for American Liberty, also names California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, Director of the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Mark Ghilarducci and State Public Health Officer Sonia Angell as def...
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Saints cut 3-year starter, 3-time Pro Bowl guard Warford

The New Orleans Saints have cut three-time Pro Bowl right guard Larry Warford, whose three-year run as a starter was cast into doubt by the club's selection of interior lineman Cesar Ruiz in the first round of the NFL draft. Warford, whose termination was announced Friday by general manager Mickey Loomis, started all 44 games in which he played for New Orleans since signing a four-year, $34 million contract in 2017. The 6-foot-3, 317-pound Warford also was named to the Pro Bowl for a thir...
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Could Jets look to add Pro Bowl right guard Larry Warford to team's already rebuilt offensive line?

Joe Douglas has completely retooled the Jets' offensive line this offseason, but could another upgrade be in the works?The New Orleans Saints released three-time Pro Bowl guard Larry Warford on Friday, ending what was a very successful tenure with the the team.The 28-year-old is now a free agent after three straight Pro Bowl appearances with the Saints. He was also extremely durable in New Orleans, missing just four games in three seasons while becoming one of the elite right guards in the ...
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UCLA softball stars Rachel Garica, Bubba Nickles to balance collegiate, Olympic training in ’21

Outside of track and field, not too many collegiate athletes get to experience competing in the Olympics weeks after they conclude their time as an NCAA athlete. UCLA’s softball star duo of pitcher Rachel Garcia and utility player Bubba Nickles will get to do just that as they return to Westwood next year for not only their respective senior seasons but to finish training with Team USA and compete in the Tokyo Olympics next summer. “[It’s] super exciting to be able to do both, represent both tea...
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VP Pence’s press secretary tests positive for coronavirus

By DARLENE SUPERVILLE and AAMER MADHANI WASHINGTON — Vice President Mike Pence’s press secretary has the coronavirus, the White House said Friday, making her the second person who works at the White House complex known to test positive for the virus this week. President Donald Trump, who publicly identified the affected Pence aide, said he was “not worried” about the virus spreading in the White House. Nonetheless, officials said they were stepping up safety protocols for the complex. Pence spok...
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Review: GEO Handguards protect your paws and controls from trees, just don’t go OTB

GEO Handguards are the so-called helmet for your hands. Unlike most MTB handguards, GEOs loop right the way around the handlebar grip, from a shaft collar at the inside, to the bar end. A bit like Cycra Racing dirt bike guards, except they are made of a flexible plastic, not rigid aluminium. Ever since founder […] The post Review: GEO Handguards protect your paws and controls from trees, just don’t go OTB appeared first on Bikerumor.
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Panthers agree to four-year deal with number seven overall pick Brown

Defensive tackle Derrick Brown has reached an agreement with the Carolina Panthers.
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Vietnamese Americans worry Newsom’s coronavirus remark could spur anti-Asian backlash

Leaders in Orange County’s Vietnamese American community said Friday they were “surprised and disappointed” with California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who a day earlier pointed to a nail salon as the first site of community spread of the coronavirus. It wasn’t so much what he said, but how he said it. “This whole thing started in the state of California, the first community spread, in a nail salon,” Newsom said during his news briefing Thursday in answer to a question from a reporter. “I’m very worried ...
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LA County beaches to open next week, two South Bay officials say

Los Angeles County beaches will open next week, the mayors from two beach cities confirmed Friday, May 8, though county officials maintained they have yet to make a decision. Manhattan Beach Mayor Richard Montgomery and Redondo Beach Mayor Bill Brand, both involved in the planning to reopen the coastline, said county beaches would open sometime next week. “I can confirm that all South Bay beaches will be open next week,” Montgomery said Friday. Long Beach and Hermosa Beach, which both own their ...
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Los Angeles County beaches could open as early as next week, officials say

Los Angeles County public health officials said Friday, May 8, that they will use this weekend to test whether people can obey loosened stay-at-home directives before deciding whether to lift some coastal restrictions next week. That’s despite one beach cities official saying the relaxation will, indeed, occur next week. “We are going to pay a lot of attention to how well we all do this weekend in terms of being able to comply with the directives,” Barbara Ferrer, director of Los Angeles County’...
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U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee sued for fraud

A financial benefactor of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee, led by a former member of Los Angeles’ bid committee to host the Olympic Games, is suing the USOPC for fraud, breach of contract and breach of covenant of good faith and fair dealing. The Foundation for Global Sport Development also alleges in a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court that the USOPC, formerly known as the USOC, engaged in inappropriate use of funds and self dealing, and concealed “systematic failures...
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UCLA’s AD search is in the home stretch: Details on the finalists, the challenges and the process

*** 4:45 p.m. update: See response from UCLA near the end of the column … In its pursuit of new revenue streams, perhaps UCLA should consider the delivery business. The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped the Bruins. Why would rain, sleet or snow? The search for an athletic director to replace Dan Guerrero has entered its final stage, with an announcement likely within weeks. That timing fits within the original framework laid out by chancellor Gene Block and has been made possible by interview...
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Warriors' five biggest NBA draft busts highlight spotty picks history

Despite a few recent success stories, the Warriors have had a history of making some bad draft picks.
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Warriors' five biggest NBA draft busts ever includes Patrick O'Bryant

Despite a few recent success stories, the Warriors have had a history of making some bad draft picks.
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Kirk Cousins has franchise-tag advice for Dak Prescott: 'You can use it to your advantage'

Dak Prescott could do worse than taking the Kirk Cousins contract path.
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Report: Texans interested in Larry Warford

Larry Warford isn't going to be out of work long. Only as long as it takes the Pro Bowl offensive guard to make up his mind on his next home. The Texans are interested in Warford, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports only hours after the Saints released the lineman. That's not a surprise [more]
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Report: Multiple 'key' Bulls players have 'ripped' Jim Boylen to team's new executives

The Bulls are reportedly leaning toward starting fresh and moving on from head coach Jim Boylen.
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Sheldon Keefe on drawing inspiration from triangle offense in basketball, Nick Nurse & Bryan Murray

Sheldon Keefe joined Ron MacLean and Nick Nurse on Friday evening to discuss his path to becoming an NHL head coach, his coaching style, and his approach to offense in hockey. On the news that the Ontario government is allowing the opening of training facilities shortly: I am still getting educated in terms of how […] The post Sheldon Keefe on drawing inspiration from triangle offense in basketball, Nick Nurse & Bryan Murray appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
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Store workers become enforcers of masks, social distancing rules

By Anne D’Innocenzio, The Associated Press Sandy Jensen’s customer-service job at Sam’s Club in Fullerton normally involves checking member ID cards at the door and answering questions. But the coronavirus has turned her into a kind of store sheriff. Now she must confront shoppers who aren’t wearing masks and enforce social distancing measures such as limits on the number of people allowed inside. The efforts sometimes provoke testy customers. “They are behaving worse now,” Jensen said. “Everybo...
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Coronavirus: Valley’s reopening businesses focus on online orders, curbside pickups, winning back customers

Neil Wachs hadn’t seen so many delighted faces in a long, long time — despite the facemasks. “Everybody seems to be very happy to get their hair-color products,” said the owner of Laura’s Beauty Supply in Chatsworth on Friday, May 8, while greeting a long line of customers, many of whom had lived without such items since Safer at Home orders were issued on March 19, when the coronavirus took hold in the region. Neil Wachs has been busy this morning, meeting customers at the front door to help ...
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Octavia Butler’s sci-fi and speculative fiction moves toward screen adaptations

By HILLEL ITALIE Novelist N.K. Jemisin was a teenager the first time she read Octavia Butler, and nothing had prepared her for it. It was the 1980s, and the book was called “Dawn,” the story of a black woman who awakens 250 years after a nuclear holocaust. “I remember just kind of being stunned that a black woman existed in the future, because science fiction had not done that before,” says Jemisin, whose “The City We Became” is currently a bestseller. “There was just this conspicuous absence wh...
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