The lockdown has meant a majorly sedentary and restricted lifestyle for most of us. This has meant working from and staying confined within our homes, which in turn has been associated with a list of devastating side effects such as restlessness, stress, anxiety, and even insomnia. The constant inflow of sensationally fed news of devastation and chaos has created a general
Canyon and Smithson Valley, both sitting at 1-0, will serve as the season openers for a pair of San Antonio schools tonight in the Alamo City.
The Cougars dominated Medina Valley 28-7 last Friday night on the road, while the Rangers outlasted Killeen Harker Heights 45-27 in Spring Branch.
BELTON — Five days after Belton’s season-opening loss to Georgetown, first-year Tigers head coach Brett Sniffin still had plenty to say about his team’s second-half performance that ultimately cost Belton a chance to start the year in the win column.
He wasn’t thrilled that Belton yielded multiple fourth-down conversions that allowed the Eagles to continue long drives that resulted in touchdowns. He wasn’t happy with himself or his coaching staff
Adaptive Sports Sun Peaks (ASSP) is facing the prospect of losing its principal trainers this winter, unless the Canadian government changes its travel restrictions.
Veronica and Neil Connors have been volunteering with the program for over ten years and play a key role in its operation.
The couple is certified to train instructors via the Canadian Adaptive Snowsports (CADS), a national, non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to assisting individuals enjoy the
Georgia goalkeeper Emory Wegener saved the final shot of the game with seconds left in extra time to secure a 1-1 come from behind draw against Florida in the first road trip of the season for the Bulldogs.
“A point on the road at Florida is a good result,” head coach Billy Lesesne said. “And I’m pleased with the maturity in which we played and fought against a really good
Beau and Melanie Burris sat near field level as they observed Kansas State’s 38-35 upset win over OU at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
On hand to watch their son Wesley — a senior and K-State’s long snapper — the couple was undoubtedly elated about the result of the contest after the Wildcats ripped a bandaid off the Sooners’ abysmal defense for the second straight year, becoming the first
“With these labs in partnership with worksite labs we will be able to take children as long as the parents are able to help get a sample. I know some of the commercial partners won’t take children of a certain age, but we know how important travel with children and family is and so we wanted to make sure that we had that option available to our guests,” Senior VP
After multiple meetings to discuss a Maui County Council bill that would lower the number of short-term rentals on Maui and Lanai, the Maui Planning Commission on Tuesday recommended that the council conduct more studies and set caps based on the demand for short-term rentals in each community.
The commission voted 5-1 in favor of the motion, which included a recommendation that the council be given six months to conduct
WAILUKU — Based on current rates, a nearly 29 percent property tax hike could be in store for homeowners who rent out their non-primary residences as transient vacation rentals.
A bill under consideration by the Maui County Council’s Budget and Finance Committee also would apply to property owners who rent out non-primary residences under a conditional permit allowing short-term vacation rental use.
The measure would reclassify rental properties from commercial
The report’s findings underscore the integral role that sports tourism and conventions have played in the Richmond area, said Jack Berry, president and CEO of Richmond Region Tourism.
“2019 was another record year for the region thanks to a busy slate of sports tournaments, conventions and trade shows along with a thriving leisure travel market,” Berry said.
“As we look to the future, we know the health of our region’s
The biggest and most successful athletic program in the Big Ten is also facing the biggest reported budget deficit amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ohio State projects a $107 million deficit for the current fiscal year, the school announced on Wednesday, following a projected revenue dip of more than 60 percent.
As a result, OSU will eliminate 25 athletic department positions and require 345 employees to take furloughs of varying lengths.