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Except for July and August it seems like my feet get cold if I wandering around in stocking feet. I started wearing clean running shoes inside during the 10 month winter that is North Dakota, but this wasn terrible confortable either. My feet would get hot, or even stay cold. I tried two pairs of socks but then my feet would sweat and then get cold. I also have an adversion to sandles somehow it got stuck in my head that real men don wear sandles, shorts or Jean Jackets. And I rarely broken this rule.I was reading the September Issue of Fortune about an ugly but comfortable plasic shoe called a Croc. The ugliness appealed to me as did it construction. I thought about getting a pair but I didn see advertised locally. If I was serious about trying a pair this would be the day to buy them. The directions said they run slightly large. I wear a 10.5 man size. So I bought a 10. I was a little worried as I purchased some 11 Reebok and they loose but fine. When I got the shoes Friday my foot swam in them. On the other hand they not falling off my feet and a size 9 might be tight width wise it would be fine lengthwise. I guess these are sort of like sandles just not open toed. So far they all little cool because they are so loose but I think I like them certainly more than the other solutions I tried so far.Led Zeppelin DVD disc 1, 1969 The band is starting to let their hair grow out. Jimmy Page is playing his telecaster with the dragon painted on it. Although it hard to tell on this early black and white lip sync video. (Bad Lip Sync, Guitar Sync, etc.) Jimmy is wearing white pants and a black leather jacket. Jimmy is interesting because he is one of the nerdiest looking rock stars of all time, so it interesting to see what he does with what he has. John Paul Jones and Robert Plant are nice looking blokes but they let their hair grow too long. I mean it not just long but its completely out of control. Plant head looks like a bush, and Jonesy looks like long haired Prince Valiant.Danmarks Radio, Iceland, March 1969 Shot by students on Black and White television. They did a good job. It does look weird with them all sitting around the band on the floor. Jimmy is wearing a white smock and velvet pants. John Bonham looks young in a light cotton sweater jersey. John Paul Jones looks good; he using an ammo belt as a guitar strap. Robert Plant wears black velvet jacket.Dazed And Confused, March 1969 “Supershow” was shot in color but the sound is distorted. Jimmy plays his Dragon Telecaster. It cool to finally see the Fender Telecaster in color. Jimmy wears his black leather jacket and velvet pants. Robert Plants wears a yellow shirt, sandals and black slacks. Bonham wears a black print shirt. He pounds the drums as the dry ice machine fills the stage with smoke. The organ is on stage but John Paul Jones isn playing it. John is wearing a white shirt and black slacks. Jimmy has some odd amps not his own The camera zooms and does snap edits as the song winds up. In seems like a night club.Tous En Scene, France, June 1969 The house orchestra looks on amazed. Even the audience doesn know what to make of this band. The group is filmed in the round, which gives us a good look at the band. Jimmy sports a new( sunburst Gibson Les Paul.Jimmy Page is wearing red slacks, a red jacket, a white macrame sleeveless shirt. He looks a little like Robert Smith of The Cure. Robert Plant: has red slacks and tied dyed shirt John Paul Jones: purple sweater, white slacks John Bonham: tied dyed green/white T shirt.Dazed And ConfusedAlbert Hall, January 9, 1970 In the menu system we see John Paul Jones playing “Thank You” on the organ. The organ was present throughout the concert but it wasn featured on song. We also see Jeff Beck backstage with the bandJimmy Page: blue and red crossing stripped sweater vest, which should look nerdy but actually looks good on him. He sporting long sideburns and big shiny belt buckle. Jimmy playing his sunburst Les Paul (PAF on the neck and open pole humbuckler on the bridge pick up. Robert Plant: long side burns, a Western style shirt and tan (mud colored) slacks John Paul Jones: print shirt, shoulder length hair, velvet pants. His Fender Jazz bass is amped by a Marshall amp. John Bonham: red tank top and blue jeans. He playing on a wood finish drum set: 1 Bass 1 Tom 2 Floor Toms, Snare and Bongos We Gonna GrooveThe band comes across as just a simple yet loud Blues bandI Can Quit You BabyThe band is quite close to each other onstage. On these long songs the film crew runs out of film so the audio is supplemented by still photos.Dazed And ConfusedRobert quotes “Cocaine Blues”. John Paul Jones flies over the fretboard but the riffs are repetitive. Jimmy attacks his Les Paul with a bow and a 1/2 second delay. (More lost footage)White SummerJimmy plays a Danolectric with the stock lipstick pickups. Bonzo plays rhythm on part of the track whacking his drums with mallets. During his rests, Bonzo looks on with a look that says, “I drunk.” (I don think he was.) Jimmy continues too long, at some point these solos devolve into noodling around.
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There are warrants outstanding for eleven defendants. Additional charges may also be pending against the 21 defendants arrested today as a result of weapons and drugs found in their possession at the time of their arrest.

The investigation was led by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Paris Police Department, the Lamar County Sheriff’s Office, the Red River Valley Drug Task Force, United States Marshals Service, the Texas Department of Public Safety Narcotics Division, and Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The following is a list of those arrested:1. Rafael Dontae Robinson 23 Garland, Dallas County 2. Corwin Dantrell Jeffrey 24 Paris, Lamar County 3. Shannon Nettleton Hughes 28 Paris, Lamar County 5. Cornelius Lamont Sims 25 Paris, Lamar County 6. Kedrian Dewayne Davis 25 Paris, Lamar County 7. Tommy Ray Johnson, Jr. 25 Paris, Lamar County 8. Tyrone Dremain Brown aka Jimerson 25 Paris,
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Lamar County 10. Dontae Romain Brown aka Jimerson 24 Paris, Lamar County 11. Brandon Eugene Cary 23 Paris, Lamar County 12. Brandon Javon Robinson 23 Paris, Lamar County 13. Kawana Lashae Sims 20 Paris, Lamar County 15. Taurus Deshaun Council 29 Paris, Lamar County 18. Kay Leitha Smith 44 Paris, Lamar County 20. Earl Williams, Jr. 57 Paris, Lamar County 23. Larry Boyd Mallory 49 Paris, Lamar County 24. Kenneth Wayne Mallory 55 Paris, Lamar County 25. Kimberly Ranell Bills 20 Paris, Lamar County 28. Christopher LaVon Lewis 27 Paris, Lamar County 30. Donald Lynn Moore 19 Paris, Lamar County 31. Duford Lee Mitchell 20 Paris, Lamar County 32. James George Motter 52 Paris, Lamar County
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Wednesday in the basement of City Hall.

Rex and Jonadyne Carpenter, owners of Auto America, 3036 S. Locust St., are requesting an $80,000 facade grant that will go toward a $160,000 replacement and update of the mansard roof on the front portion of the building.

According to information provided in the meeting agenda, Auto America plans to replace the existing mansard “with an up to date appearance” and create an entryway to “imitate the style of today’s new car dealerships.”

In their request for the facade grant, the Carpenters state that the facade will improve not only the Auto America building, but the appearance of the South Locust corridor as well. If approved by the CRA, the facade project is scheduled to be completed within 60 days of its start date.

The CRA will also consider a $53,400 facade grant request from Elks Lodge No. 604, 631 S. Locust St.

The Elks Lodge is planning to do a $185,000 facade project to replace and update the building’s exterior lighting, flag pole and sign.

The details of the proposed project outlined in the meeting agenda state that a double faced sign with a red electronic message center will be installed on site. Roof pylon will be removed and elastomeric stucco will be applied to the north face of tile block wall.

The Elks Lodge’s awning will be replaced with a new LED awning and lighting will be added to the flag pole and other areas of the building. The old awnings will be removed and disposed of.
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NEWTOWN, pa. >> Council Rock North started the season with its third softball coach in three years. With the Lady Indians 2 0 triumph over Methacton Tuesday in the second half of a District 1 Class AAAA opener against the 20th seeded Warriors, CR North won its second playoff battle in three seasons.

Taking the field with a 1 0 lead, the Indians padded their edge to 2 0 with a lone run in their half of the fifth inning. A walk and a two base error gave the Rock runners at second and third, though Methacton nearly got out of the jam when starting pitcher Meg Stauffer induced a liner back to the circle then threw to third base for the double play.

The Warriors had a chance to do some damage in the sixth when they loaded the sacks on an Annalese Olivieri double, a walk to Dani Duda and a single by Paulina Lowery.

Rock freshman reliever Jenna Kantzian bore down however and retired the side in order from there, inducing a popup to Abby Penjuke,
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and fanning Samantha Weil Kasper and Gabe Doran.

credit to Council Rock, added Miller. didn give us a break and they did what they needed to do to win the game. pairing with the 13th seeded Lady Indians leading 1 0 in the top of the fifth inning with one out. The rain stopped about 15 minutes after it started but by 5:30, game officials deemed the field unplayable.

The only offense thus far in the matchup was a two out solo home run by CR North first baseman Kalli Segel in the bottom of the second inning. Segel hit her second home run of the season on the first pitch she saw deep over the center field fence.

knew that this girl was going to throw a first pitch fastball and our girls jumped on it, said Indians head coach John Engelhardt. knew what she was going to do and I thought that we had a good approach.

Crane hit two balls hard; she gets on and we running all day on the catcher.

With the game scoreless in the first inning, Olivieri walked and Duda reached base on a single. Lowery followed with a single to right field.

Unfortunately for Methacton, the toss back to the infield by Indians outfielder Elena Calibeo caught Olivieri in a rundown between third base and home. The infielder was ultimately tagged out by CR North catcher Taylor Amazeen for the third out,
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Tezloff leads the Tigers in individual wins this season.

Michigan State’s Racheal Bukowski (Crown Point) was first in the 50 free with a new pool record of 23.14 seconds against Oakland. The senior also won the 100 free for the eighth consecutive time in Friday’s loss to No. 3 Michigan.

Howe, who is in his second season in Evanston, was a 2010 National Champion at 165 pounds while at Wisconsin.

A dominant college and high school wrestler, Howe was 122 10 in college at both Wisconsin and Oklahoma. He earned four All America honors, three Big Ten titles and never finished lower than third in four trips to the NCAA Championships.

While at Hanover Central, he won three state titles and was 192 1 for his career. He also was a 2009 junior bronze medalist and a runner up at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Trials.

Michigan’s Stevan Micic (Hanover Central) won 19 5 at 133 pounds to lead the team to a stunning 19 17 victory over No. 4 Iowa in front of 10,418 fans on Jan. 27.

Running against some of the nation’s best,
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Austin ran the fastest time in school history by 12 seconds in 9 minutes, 23.58 seconds.

Pennington is sixth in the NJCAA Division II standings with 5.6 assists per game. Owens (17 4) is ranked sixth in the latest NJCAA Top 20.

Louisville’s Dana Evans (West Side) had four points, three steals and a game high five assists in the team’s 89 52 victory over Wake Forest. Evans added a game high six assists in a 77 41 victory over Virginia Thursday.

The Cardinals, who are 23 1 on the season, play at No. 1 UConn on Feb.

In the same meet, Wesley Slaughter (Chesterton) was a part of Wabash’s winning 200 freestyle relay team, while Ben Klimczak (LaPorte) was the winner in the 100 backstroke.

Chris Dabrowski (Highland) was second in the 500 free for the Little Giants.

Men’s track

Marian’s Matt Wielgus (Crown Point) was fifth in the one mile run and was also a member of the winning 3,
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200 meter relay team at Saturday’s Hillsdale (Mich.) Wide Track Classic.

Indiana State’s Scott Schreiber (LaPorte) was third in the long jump with a personal best 7.38 meters (24 2 feet) at the Meyo Invite at Notre Dame. 4 in the preseason Coaches’ Top 10 poll. The Warriors feature junior goalie Joe Dosen (Crown Point) and freshman Brandon Phipps (Crown Point). Dosen helped the team to a 12 6 record last season and the program’s first ever Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference regular season title. The squad opens its season on Feb. 17.

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NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. (WPRI) Tests on a coyote that attacked a North Attleboro woman outside her home Monday night came back positive for rabies, Massachusetts Fisheries and Wildlife confirmed Wednesday.

Biologist Dave Wattles told Eyewitness News the animal brain was tested after the attack, and the woman will now need a series of shots to be treated.

Judy Place said she called police when she heard a coyote trying to get under her mobile home. But, when she stepped outside with officers, the coyote attacked, chomped down on her leg and wouldn let go.

got her jaws and went, just like that, just like that, and I said, got me. I started to come to reality and I looked down and said, boy. There was blood everywhere, Place recalled.

Police who responded to Place home near the Water EdgeEstates eventually shot and killed the coyote.

Coyoteexpert Dr. Numi Mitchell Wednesday told Eyewitness News that while frightening, attacks like the one Monday night are very uncommon. She said the animals would only attack a person if they feel threatened and are protecting their feeding area, or if they sick which was confirmed to be the case in the North Attleboro attack.

there a long, aggressive attack, I would think that would be unusual in a feeding situation and it would indicate to me that something may be wrong with this coyote, Mitchell said.

Mitchell said people should not tolerate coyotes in their yards. If you see one, she suggested acting big, loud, and mean by shouting at the coyote and throwing things at it.

I don know anything about this particular incident, coyotes are usually very timid creatures that will run away if you act big and loud and scary, Michelle explained. if they don you probably have to consider that there might be something wrong and, at that point, you want to contact police or the ACO.
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In this photo provided by the New York City Police Department’s Special Operations Division, a female coyote lay in an animal carrier after being captured by Special Operations officers on Manhattan’s west side, Saturday, April 25, 2015, in New York. The police released the coyote to the custody of the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, where she is being cared for. A string of recent sightings in Manhattan has drawn new attention to the wily critters that have been spotted periodically in New York since the 1990s.(New York City Police Department Special Operations Division via AP)(Photo: AP)A coyote slid from the rippling tawny broomsedge, and trotted ahead of me for precious minutes, close enough to see the longer blacktipped hairs blow, revealing softer golden fur beneath.

The wind shifted and it wheeled to look at me before leaping back into the grasses.

Many people would have shot this lithe animal as it went about doing what coyotes do, hunting rodents and rabbits, and digging for grubs.

While they might robbed that coyote of its life and its pack of a family member, the killing would have done little to diminish coyote populations.

Coyotes have demonstrated that they flourish in spite of having no legal protection. They can be shot, trapped, or snared anytime of year. There are no bag limits, and the use of poison is still an option in 16 states.

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raven, cougar, fox, pet dogs, and many more examples of “collateral damage”.

A 14 year old boy also came into contact with an unmarked device that spewed cyanide in his face. He rinsed as much as he could with snow and survived. His yellow lab, Casey, did not.

In spite of these efforts (some 500,000 are killed each year), it is the coyote that laughs last. Astonishingly, their numbers continue to grow.

The decline of other large predators helped them spread into parts of the country where they had been uncommon. Coyotes produce larger litters when populations are reduced, so rebound quickly.

Young adults move into new territories to start their own families. Shooting one coyote, or killing all of a litter in the den simply makes room for a new pack, and it follows that killing local coyotes that are not causing problems simply makes room for a group that may not be as well mannered. Left alone, coyote populations tend to stabilize and learn to be wary.

Those who believe our wild areas are healthier eco systems with the presence of a large predator recommend methods of non lethal livestock protection. Cows close to calving and small calves can be kept close and protected with electric fence.

Guard dogs, llamas, mules and donkeys can be effective. Studies show that livestock predation is reduced when farmers change old methods of disposal of dead livestock. Dragging carcasses to a farm “boneyard” simply teaches coyotes to like the taste of livestock.

I’ll support the shooting of a nuisance coyote, but if a person hunts them for “sport”, I beg them to reconsider. The spine tingling call of the coyote has welcomed the night over on this continent for a million years,
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KIOWA Kiowa either led or tied against Allen through the first three quarters of Tuesday’s game.

That changed in the fourth quarter when the Class A No. 16 Cowgirls (11 5) allowed the Class 2A Lady Mustangs to grab their first lead of the night, 31 29, with 6:38 to go. Kiowa rallied in the final minutes of the game, but Allen pulled off a 46 41 victory.

Cowgirls head coach James Pannell praised his team’s effort in his postgame speech, commending their hustle on the offensive rebounds and loose balls, as well as consistently guarding.

“They did a pretty nice job defensively tonight, giving a great effort, forcing a lot of turnovers, fighting to be in the right spot most of the night,” Pannell said. “But we also talked about things that we need to improve on and how we do that and so, we addressed those things as well.”

Kiowa did lack success from three point land, especially in the first half. Micah Medders hit the lone three pointer for Kiowa in the first half at approximately the 5:22 mark in the second quarter, though Caylin Horton did hit one in each of the final two quarters, and Brasen Hackler connected on one in the fourth. Pannell said the three point shot is something they’ll have to get in the gym and work on.

The Cowgirls were able to tie it not long after the Lady Mustangs got their first lead. Audary Johnston hit a jumper for a 31 31 tie. Yet 11 seconds later, Allen pulled out in front with an and one. The free throw was good and it was 34 31, but Kiowa did manage to pull closer in the final minutes.

It became a 38 31 Allen lead before Horton’s three pointer to make it 38 34. Allen got a bucket to make it 40 34. Jacy Meredith drew a foul with 2:14 to go, sank both free throws and made it 40 36. Hackler drove 12 seconds later to cut it to a 40 38 deficit, but Allen expanded its lead once more.

Horton led all Cowgirls with 11 points on the evening, followed by Hackler with nine. Kiowa was 5 of 10 at the free throw line.

The Cowgirls will be practicing the next couple of days in preparation for a match against another Class 2A team, Savanna (9 1) on the heels of next week’s Pitt 8 Tournament.

“We’re going have to play 32 minutes,” Pannell said. “It means that we’re going to have to give a great effort for 32 minutes, but we’re going to have to execute. We’re going to have to handle changes Savanna may do. As they adjust, we have to be able to make the adjustments that we’re trying to make, and we’re going to have do all the little things, the offensive efficiency has to be there, which means your execution has to be great, your discipline and your fundamentals has to be great.

“If we do those things, we like our chances because we know it’s a battle and our girls are going to come out and they’re going to compete very hard and they’re going to fight all night long, and we expect that from Savanna too, and so whoever executes better will probably win the ballgame,” he added.

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Jennifer Lopez raised money for Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico, celebrated an anniversary with beau Alex Rodriguez and covered Prince songs at a pre Super Bowl concert in Minneapolis.

Lopez headlined the DIRECTV NOW Super Saturday Night concert at Nomadic Live at The Armory, working the stage with sizzling and sharp dance moves and singing hits like “I’m Real” and “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.”

She changed at least seven times during the nearly two hour concert: She started in a body suit and then switched to a loose jersey that read “J LO” and the No. 13 one of the many odes to A Rod.

When she performed her new dance single “Us,” released on Friday, she said she worked on the song a year ago around the time she started dating the former New York Yankee player. Lopez also used a baseball bat as a prop during “Jenny from the Block.”

“Today is a very special day . I don’t want to get all mushy but baby this song is for you,” said Lopez.

Rodriguez was in the audience, along with Jamie Foxx, Russell Wilson, Ciara, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning and Archie Manning.

Though Super Bowl 52 was Sunday, with the New England Patriots taking on the Philadelphia Eagles, Lopez said “the big show is tonight.”

“You get full time, you get overtime . we can do whatever we want to do. There are no censors, ain’t no time delay. We came to play,” she said.

She sported a dramatic, long fur like coat during a dance break for “If You Had My Love,” weaving in a bit of Sheila E’s “The Glamorous Life.”

Appropriately, she sang a medley of Prince songs for the Minneapolis crowd including “When Doves Cry” and “Darling Nikki” and even slid across the stage on her knees while a guitarist gave his best impression of The Purple One. It earned roars from the crowd.

Lopez, 48, also covered Aretha Franklin’s “Respect”; danced to Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” and Camila Cabello’s “Havana”; was joined by Ne Yo for a duet of “All I Have”; and let DJ Khaled work the audience up while she changed outfits.

At one point she said, “We need something sexy for the sexy people from Minneapolis,” and was joined by shirtless male dancers. In a lingerie ensemble, she danced sensually on a chair as red lights shined onto the stage.

She closed the set with a festive vibe with “Let’s Get Loud,” as her dancers played congos and pyrotechnics burst in the air.

Saturday’s concert raised awareness for the post Hurricane Maria relief and recovery effort in Puerto Rico. AT said it would match charitable contributions up to $200,000 to the Hispanic Federation, and it would give a $1 donation to the Hispanic Federation for every tweet using the hashtag JLoNOW.
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