first_imgThe latest plans for Brookridge submitted to the city of Overland Park.Brookridge developer asks for delay on Overland Park commission’s consideration of rezoning request. Curtain Property Company contacted Overland Park’s planning department Friday afternoon and informed them that they would be delaying the hearing scheduled for today’s Planning Commission meeting until next month. “[An] applicant is granted a single continuance by staff. Any other continuances must be approved by the Governing Body or Planning Commission,” said Overland Park Communications Manager Sean Reilly. “It is expected that the item will be on the April Planning Commission Agenda, which is April 9.”last_img read more

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first_imgAmong all the impacts of climate change, from rising sea levels to landslides and flooding, there is one that does not get the attention it deserves: an exacerbation of inequalities, particularly for women. Sep 3, 2020 You may be interested in… UNGA – Statement by Dominica’s Foreign Minister Francine BaronSecretary General of the United Nations, President of the General Assembly Distinguished Heads of Delegations, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen: Madam President, I congratulate you on your appointment and my delegation extends best wishes to you for a productive tenure, as you seek to direct the affairs of this important institution,…September 30, 2018In “Dominica”OP-ED | Gender equality has never been so close but still far from being a realityBy Patricia Scotland Commonwealth Secretary-General (Guyana Chronicle) This month the Commonwealth Women’s Affairs Ministers Meeting will assemble in Nairobi, Kenya. It has taken place regularly since 1985, to take stock of the current status of gender equality in our member countries, and to share perspectives and experience of how progress…September 18, 2019In “Indepth”Gender Gap Made Worse by Land DegradationBy Desmond Brown (IPS) In parts of the world where the gender gap is already wide, land degradation places women and girls at even greater risk. The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) framework for Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN), highlights that land degradation in developing countries impacts men and women differently, mainly due…January 31, 2019In “CARICOM Secretariat”Share this on WhatsApp NASA Features Belizean Scientist, Emil Cherrington and… Sep 4, 2020 Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Oct 7, 2020 ‘Step In our Shoes’ – Dr. Carla Barnett Sep 10, 2020 Especially in poor countries, women’s lives are often directly dependent on the natural environment.Women bear the main responsibility for supplying water and firewood for cooking and heating, as well as growing food. Drought, uncertain rainfall and deforestation make these tasks more time-consuming and arduous, threaten women’s livelihoods and deprive them of time to learn skills, earn money and participate in community life.Read more at Inter Press Service Make COVID Recovery ‘a true turning point’ for people and… Greater Focus on Regional Agriculture last_img read more

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first_img Meghan Toney hit .500 (5-for-10) and stole three more bases in the season’s first GSC series. Through 12 games, she leads the league in hitting (.615) and on-base percentage (.643), and she ranks in the top five in hits (24) and stolen bases (8). In addition to her efforts with the bat, Toney moved into the UWF record books by being hit by a pitch for the 10th time in her career at the Gulf Coast Invitational. That ranks her 10th in program history in times hit by pitch. ***FULL PDF NOTES*** Sass, Man Who is Valdosta State? It was a clean sweep over the Lady Blazers in the regular season for UWF last year, winning 5-0, 3-2, and 4-3 at the UWF Softball Complex. Valdosta State got the better of West Florida twice in the GSC Tournament before falling 19-9 in a five-inning loss to eventual national champions North Alabama, but UWF extended revenge on VSU in the NCAA Tournament with a 6-2 win to end the Blazers season in Valdosta. West Florida was firing on all cylinders against Valdosta State last year, with a .311 team batting average in six games. Meghan Toney and Caitlin Steel led the way offensively, with Toney’s .474 average, 9 hits and 8 RBI leading the team. The pitching put together a 2.21 ERA, with Becca Taylor posting a 2.04 ERA in 24 innings. West Florida got off to a bit of a slow start in GSC play last weekend, going 1-2 against Mississippi College. The Argos will have a great opportunity to make up for that over the next three weekends, however, with series against No. 6 Valdosta State, No. 24 North Alabama and No. 19 UAH. 2016 marked UWF’s highest winning percentage in conference play (.697) since 2006, when the team went 22-9 (.710). The Argonauts have historically been one of the strongest teams in the conference, holding the third-most wins in GSC history (383) and the fourth-best winning percentage (.668) in conference play, out of 21 current and former member institutions. Kathleen Smiley tore up GSC pitching as a freshman last season. The Pensacola native led the team in batting (.367), OBP (.451), slugging (.561), home runs (4), RBI (32), and total bases (55), while totaling 14 walks and just 8 strikeouts. She homered in Saturday’s conference opener and is slugging .667 in conference play through three games. Valdosta State University has a bit of interesting history behind it, dating back to its inception in 1913. It began as South Georgia State Normal College, a two-year school that was an option for female students, because the University of Georgia permitted only men at that time. SGSNC started as a two-year teaching college, and became a four-year school in 1922, taking the name Georgia State Women’s College. The school began admitting men in 1950 and became Valdosta State College, and it finally became Valdosta State University in 1993. State senator William Stanley West was instrumental in starting the university. On the diamond, VSU won the 2012 NCAA DII Softball Championship, with a 4-1 win over UC San Diego. That team featured 2012 GSC Player and Freshman of the Year Courtney Albritton, as well as Samantha Posey, sister of San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey. VSU jumped to No. 6 in the national rankings this week, after starting conference play with a sweep over Christian Brothers, in which the Lady Blazers averaged 14 runs per game, and splitting with Florida Tech on Wednesday. Offense has been the major highlight for VSU, as the team leads the GSC in virtually every offensive category. The pitching has been a bit of a different story since VSU lost two-time GSC Pitcher of the Year Caitlyn Calhoun, who graduated at the end of last season. VSU ranks seventh in the GSC in ERA (3.40) and eighth in opponent batting average (.294). Jessica Mohl and Chelsea Canara are each hitting better than .500 on the year, so those will be two Blazers to watch out for. Mohl is the reigning GSC Player of the Week and Canara was a first-team selection last year. Through three weeks of action, UWF is near the top of the conference standings in hitting (.374, 2nd), on-base percentage (.422, 2nd), slugging (.507, 2nd) and strikeout percentage (9%, 4th). We Played VSU a Lot Last Yearcenter_img Rhiannon Sassman has picked up right where she left off in last season’s freshman campaign that saw her bring home first team NFCA All-American honors. She leads UWF with 15 runs scored, 2 triples, 31 total bases and a .721 slugging percentage through the first 12 games of the year, and her .442 average is the second highest on the team. She has at least one hit in each of her last five games and has reached base in every game this season, with seven multi-hit games on the year. Sassman went 5-11 against Mississippi College last weekend with a double, a triple and three runs scored. Conference Play Continues #ARGOS#Print Friendly Version PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida softball team will continue Gulf South Conference play this weekend with a series at No. 6 Valdosta State. UWF is 9-3 on the year with a 1-2 mark in conference action. Oh Dang, Meghan Toney Saturday’s doubleheader is scheduled for a 2 pm ET start, and the Sunday series finale will begin at 1 pm ET. All three games will be expected to have an audio broadcast and live stats, and links for each will be available on GoArgos.com. Some Valdosta State History Wow, We Are Good at Hittinglast_img read more

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first_imgThe 21-year-old has played 779 minutes for the League Two club this season and will add to that game time this evening at Forest Green Rovers.And with three goals and three assists to add to the 10 goals and 11 assists from last season’s spell at A.F.C Fylde, Smith is relishing being back in his Merseyside home.“It’s a great chance for me to go out and play regular senior football. Under-23s football can only take you so far,” said Smith, who grew up across the River Mersey playing for the junior club Millers managed by his dad Gary.“I feel I am improving playing in this environment. We’ve started well (currently in 6th) and I just want to help Tranmere finish as high in the table as possible.”Former Wrexham youth player Smith, who has had spells at Cheltenham Town and A.F.C Fylde since joining City, is one of 21 players currently out on loan.They include Opi Edwards and Jake Andrews, as well as Saikou Jennah (1) and Conor Lemonheigh-Evans (2), who scored three goals between them in last Saturday’s 4-1 FA Cup victory for Torquay United over Winchester City.In League One, Taylor Moore is becoming a rock in Southend United’s defence while Tyreeq Bakinson, Cameron Pring and Antoine Semonyo are all starting for Newport County in League Two.James Carey kept a clean-sheet in the Frome Town’s 2-0 win over Gosport Borough while James Morton played 90 mins for Bath City, who lost their FA Cup tie 1-0 at Weston-Super-Mare, for whom George Nurse played 90 mins.last_img read more

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first_img After the game Torres gave his shirt to Manuel Brinas, jumping into the stands to find him. This was the man who was responsible for hiring the No 9 in his youth. Brinas founded Atletico’s youth football school in the 1970s and now works in the organiation of ball boys on match days.  After 19 games without a goal, since he last scored on September 19 – against Eibar as well – he turned home Luciano Vietto’s cross from close range. Upd. at 19:37 06/02/2016 He then spoke to the media, saying: “I have grown up here, I was in the stand like them. I grew up here. I used to go in the stands like them. This will go down in history and I’ll never forget it.” His first came 14 years and eight months ago, on June 3 in 2011 against Albacete. CET Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres scored his 100th goal in the 90th minute, helping his side win 3-1 over Eibar. Sport ENlast_img read more

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first_imgBy Russell Bennett WEST GIPPSLAND FOOTBALL NETBALL COMPETITION REVIEW – ROUND 14 There’s just no room for gallantry in the…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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first_imgBy Hayley Wildes WGCA LOWER GRADES REVIEW – ROUND 1 B GRADE After claiming the C Grade premiership last season, Catani was unable…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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