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Batesville, In. — The Kroger Co. has recalled purified water sold in its stores. “Comforts FOR BABY Purified water with Fluoride Added 1 Gal (3.78 L). Testing resulted in the discovery of Talaromyces penicillium (mold). Officials say the mold may not be visible with the naked eye.A link to the FDA recall is here.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, (CMC) – Unbeaten Reggae Boyz remained firmly on course for promotion to League A and qualification for the CONCACAF Gold Cup when they brushed aside Aruba 2-0 in the Nations League here Saturday night.Devon Williams put the hosts ahead in the 13th minute and Shamar Nicholson scored late on after missing a second half penalty.The victory was Jamaica’s third on the trot and left them top of Group C of League B with nine points, three clear of Antigua and Barbuda.Playing at the National Stadium in the country’s capital, the Reggae Boyz went quickly in search of the opening goal and it came when Kemar Lawrence crossed from the left for Williams to finish with his left foot from just inside the 18-yard box.Goalkeeper Eric Abdul then denied Dever Orgill and Nicholson to keep the scoreline intact and Aruba in the contest at half-time.Jamaica had a wonderful opportunity to double their advantage when substitute Javon East was brought down by Hoah Harms in the area in the 76th minute but Nicholson blasted the resulting penalty well over the crossbar.Nicholson made amends two minutes from time, however, when he kept his composure to poke home a close range finish.In the other games in League B, St Lucia remained winless with a 3-0 defeat away to the Dominican Republic in Group B while hosts Montserrat perished 2-0 at the hands of El Salvador to concede defeat for the first time in three matches.In League C, Nicholas Blackman’s second half free kick was enough to seal Barbados’s 1-0 win over US Virgin Islands, and return them to the top of Group A on six points.Cayman Islands, who went down 3-0 to Saint Martin, lie second also with six points but are behind on goal difference.Anguilla, meanwhile, suffered elimination in Group C after going down 5-0 to Guatemala at home at The Valley, leaving them without a win in two outings.
I started thinking the other day about Big 12 football coaches — I don’t know why I do these things, only that they happen.Then I started ranking them in my head then I threw in basketball coaches and now, here we are. I made a poll below to see what your thoughts are but before we get there, let me give you mine.First, I think this is pretty tough. All the schools with what I consider terrific basketball coaches have “meh” football coaches and vice versa. Sadly, I think OU takes my top spot. I don’t think Lon Kruger is the best basketball coach in the Big 12 but whatever he lacks, Stoops makes up for. The second slot is up for grabs. You could talk me into probably four different duos. I guess I’ll go with Hoiberg and Rhoads but only because I value basketball more than most and because I think Rhoads is better than his record suggests. If you pick, say, Snyder and Weber, I wouldn’t blame you.I’ll round out my top three with — I cannot believe I’m typing this — Briles and Drew. Briles is one of the three best in the Big 12 in football and it’s sort of hard to argue with the fact that Baylor has been to three Sweet 16s in the last five years, isn’t it? Are we really at this point? If I didn’t think Weis was so awful I’d have him and Self in the three spot, same for OSU and Ford. Gundy and Self are both top 12 coaches in their respective sports but they’re being weighed down by their counterparts.Here are my full rankings:1. Stoops/Kruger2. Hoiberg/Rhoads3. Briles/Drew4. Self/Weis5. Gundy/Ford6. Snyder/Weber7. Kingsbury/Smith8. Barnes/Strong9. Holgorsen/Huggins10. Patterson/JohnsonYour turn…[poll id=”5″]Photo: USATSIIf you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!
Liverpool legend Carragher apologises to Evra: Not enough courageby Paul Vegas3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool legend Jamie Carragher has apologised to Patrice Evra for wearing a t-shirt in support of Luis Suarez after their race row.Ex-Liverpool striker Suarez was found guilty by the Football Association of racially abusing Manchester United left-back Evra in December 2011.Suarez was handed an eight-match ban and fined £40,000 before his Liverpool team-mates including Carragher backed the Uruguayan by wearing the ‘Suarez 7’ T-shirts in a warm-up at Wigan.Carragher and Evra were both pundits on Sky’s Monday Night Football and the former Liverpool centre-back admitted: “Apologies. There is no doubt we made a massive mistake. That was obvious. As a club we got it massively wrong.“I didn’t have enough courage to say I’m not wearing it.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Big 12.The Big 12 dropped some interesting news Friday, announcing that starting in 2017, the league will bring back a conference championship game, despite the fact that it is staying at 10 schools. It was also announced by commissioner Bob Bowlsby that the league is considering moving to two five-team divisions and keeping its round robin scheduling. If you’re thinking that doesn’t make a ton of sense – you aren’t alone. College football fans and analysts are mocking the league for what seems like a pointless exercise. Why have divisions if you already play every other team? Couldn’t that potentially leave the league without its two best teams in the title game?What’s the point of divisions if doing round-robin? The Big 12 is clueless https://t.co/En2GE7PZ9D— Jason Brown (@JasonBrown96) June 3, 2016“two five team divisions”One one hand, that’s dumb.On the other hand, the Big 12 East featuring WVU, ISU, Kansas, KSU, and someone.— Smoking Musket (@SmokingMusket) June 3, 2016So the Big 12 is going to five-team divisions. What is the point if the league is still playing a round-robin schedule?— Bobby La Gesse (@BobbyLaGesse) June 3, 2016If the Big 12 is going to have divisions, here’s how I recommend splitting the teams. pic.twitter.com/AYwXG73eeE— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) June 3, 2016“Sorry, TCU, we know you and OU both finished 8-1 in our round robin, but 6-3 WVU is going to the title game b/c they’re further north.”— Bill Connelly (@SBN_BillC) June 3, 2016Entire idea of a championship game was because all teams did not play each other in bloated leagues..— Doug Gottlieb (@GottliebShow) June 3, 2016Love that the Big 12 is switching from round robin to two 5-team divisions with 5 crossover games.— Ben Swain (@TheBenSwain) June 3, 2016The only thing that will make the Big 12’s potential 5-team divisions better is to name them Leaders and Legends— Matt Brown (@MattBrownCFB) June 3, 2016@MattBrownCFB axis and allies— Eric Edholm (@Eric_Edholm) June 3, 2016We’ll see if the Big 12 changes its mind. This likely isn’t the last we hear on this topic.
VICTORIA, B.C. – B.C.’s Chief Electoral Officer, Keith Archer, has submitted a report to the Legislative Assembly recommending changes to the Election Act.Archer says his recommendations are aimed at increasing the accessibility and efficiency of the electoral process in the province. The most prominent of the main recommendations in the report are to allow 16- and 17-year-olds who will become eligible to vote to pre-register, so that they will be added to the voters list automatically when they turn 18.Archer is also recommending that Elections BC be provided with greater access to information held by public bodies to help maintain the provincial voters list, and using technology to modernize voting and counting administration while maintaining paper ballots. In addition, he suggests making the election period longer during a snap general election to allow more time for candidate nominations, material distribution, staffing, and communicating with voters. Archer’s report also proposes a new administrative model for counting votes, which he says could be implemented under any form of electoral system. The model would maintain most facets of the current administrative model while eliminating the need for the final count of absentee ballots, which under current legislation takes place 13 days after General Voting Day.Finally, Archer recommends establishing a legislative committee to work towards implementing the proposed administrative model over the next three to six years.Archer’s full report can be read here: http://elections.bc.ca/docs/rpt/2018-CEO-Recommendations.pdf
FIFA have released their shortlist of nominees for their annual Best Men’s Coach award with Pep Guardiola and Zinedine Zidane leading the wayIn only his second season at Manchester City, Guardiola led the club to a record-breaking domestic double in England last season with City becoming the first team to ever break the 100-point barrier in the Premier League, while also breaking another eight records in the process and finishing 19 points ahead of runners-up Manchester United.Meanwhile, Zidane led Real Madrid to an unprecedented third consecutive Champions League title and won the award last year.France’s World Cup-winning coach Didier Deschamps has also made the list after leading Les Bleus to only their second world crown and becoming only the third person to win the competition as both a player and a coach in the men’s game.England manager Gareth Southgate is perhaps the surprise candidate on the list after leading a young Three Lions squad past the group stages of the World Cup and into the semi-finals, where they narrowly lost out to Croatia after over 120 minutes of football.It was also England’s first appearance in the last four of the World Cup in 28 years.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has also made the list after leading his side to the final of last season’s Champions League.Juventus’ Massimiliano Allegri, Croatia’s Zlatko Dalic, Barcelona’s Ernesto Valverde, Russia’s Stanislav Cherchesov, and Atletico Madrid’s Diego Simeone are the other names to have made the list.OFFICIAL | The nominees for #TheBest FIFA Men’s Coach 2018: Massimiliano Allegri Stanislav Cherchesov Zlatko Dalic Didier Deschamps Pep Guardiola Jurgen Klopp Roberto Martinez Diego Simeone Gareth Southgate Ernesto Valverde Zinedine ZidaneFor the period 3 July 2017-15 July 2018 pic.twitter.com/BTD5E48lXh— FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) July 24, 2018
Alaska State Troopers attempted to stop a white 1991 Dodge Dynasty on Bonita Avenue, Soldotna. The vehicle came to a stop and the driver fled on foot into a residence. According to the online trooper dispatch, Cooper O. Kimble, age 20 of Soldotna, failed to stop at the direction of AST. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A 20-year old Soldotna man was arrested for failing to stop at the direction of a peace officer and tampering with physical evidence following a traffic stop on February 5. Further investigation revealed Kimble concealed clothing he was wearing when he fled from the traffic stop. Kimble was arrested for Failure to Stop at the Direction of a Police Officer II and Tampering with Physical Evidence. Kimble was transported to the Wildwood Pretrial Facility where he was held without bail.