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By DINA ARÉVALOPort Isabel-South Padre Presseditor@portisabelsouthpadre.comThe Port Isabel Yacht Club, built in 1926 — two years before the incorporation of the City of Port Isabel — is no more.The 92-year-old former speakeasy, hotel and restaurant was demolished beginning last Friday, Dec. 14.The property’s new owners, father and son duo Ernesto and Armando Martinez, were on site as a large Caterpillar excavator used its bucket like a closed fist to punch through walls and claw away at the sagging, rotted roof.Golden afternoon sunlight spilled into the building’s newly exposed interior as the Martinezes stood outside the fence line. Periodically, passersby on foot would stop to stare. Drivers, too, slowed down in the middle of the road, or pulled over to look up at the half-ruined structure through open car windows.Though the elder and younger Martinezes declined to speak on the record, they did share their excitement for their future plans for the property. Ernesto Martinez reiterated comments he made during public city meetings earlier this year, saying the family was planning something exciting.But those plans are not entirely clear. The family has guarded their plans, repeatedly saying they will inform the community when the time is right.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedFormer Yacht Club Hotel land listed for sale, nearly $1MBy Gaige Davila Special to the PRESS As of July 6, the former site of the Yacht Club Hotel, now 1.7 acres of undeveloped land after the 92-year-old building was demolished in December 2018, is listed for sale for $899,000, according to a recent posting on real estate database company…July 18, 2019In “News”UNVEILED: Community gets first look at new Yacht Club developmentCommunity gets first look at new Yacht Club development, BOA denies Martinez family’s variance request By DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press email@example.com Plans to develop a multimillion-dollar high-end apartment complex at the site of the old Yacht Club Hotel will proceed, despite a Board of Adjustments decision to deny a…January 4, 2019In “News”Year in Review: Looking back at the biggest stories of 2014By ESTEVAN MEDRANO Port Isabel-South Padre Press firstname.lastname@example.org January 1, 2015 It’s been an interesting year for the Laguna Madre region. From stratospheric highs promising boons in both local commerce, increased jobs in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields via the proposed SpaceX launch site, to news of the death…January 9, 2015In “News” Share
CULLMAN, Ala. – The University of West Florida softball team split the first day of the Bojangles Famous Chicken N’ Biscuits 2014 Gulf South Conference Softball Tournament Thursday. The Argonauts fell in the first game to Delta State University 17-0 but bounced back with a 9-1 victory in game two against Christian Brothers University. In the double elimination tournament, the Argos will play again tomorrow at 11 a.m. CT against the University of North Alabama to keep their season alive.West Florida struggled in the first game offensively and defensively and amassed only two hits and had three fielding errors in the 0-17 loss. UWF had no answer to the Lady Statesmen 17 runs on 19 hits and was handed their first loss of the tournament. UWF used four pitchers in the game but senior Taylor Bailey (Austin, Texas) was credited the loss after getting the start and went 3.2 innings while giving up six earned runs.The second game was a different story for the Argos as they were able to produce nine runs from 11 hits and took the game 9-1 in five innings. Lauren Correia (Mary Esther, Fla.) and Jenna Belser (Chipley, Fla.) each went 3-for-3 in the game while Belser added a home run and drove in four RBIs for the Argos.Lauren Register (Vernon, Fla.) earned the win for UWF after pitching three innings in relief and only gave up three hits and one earned run in the outing.West Florida will look to keep their season alive tomorrow when they play North Alabama at 11 a.m. CT for the third round of the GSC Softball Tournament.For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.#ARGOS#Delta State 17, West Florida 0 (May 01, 2014 at Cullman, Ala.)———————————————————————-Delta State……… 013 49 – 17 19 0 (28-27)West Florida…….. 000 00 – 0 2 3 (27-22)———————————————————————-Pitchers: Delta State – M. Maddox and M. Zoeller. West Florida – Taylor Bailey;Rebecca Hein(4); Brooke Hale(5); Becca Taylor(5) and Jenna Belser.Win-M. Maddox(7-8) Loss-Taylor Bailey(16-9) T-1:30 A-97HR DSU – A. Adcock; A. Cutts.Weather: SunnyR. Hein faced 3 batters in the 5th.Game: GSC1West Florida 9, Christian Brothers U 1 (May 01, 2014 at Cullman, Ala.)———————————————————————-West Florida…….. 412 02 – 9 11 1 (28-22)Christian Brothers U 000 01 – 1 4 1 (9-40)———————————————————————-Pitchers: West Florida – Taylor Bailey; Lauren Register(3) and . Christian Brothers U -K. Beekman; A. Wade(5) and .Win-Lauren Register(4-1) Loss-K. Beekman(2-13) T-1:22 A-129HR UWF – Danielle Sanders (4); Jenna Belser (4).Weather: 65 degrees and clearGame: CBU5012– www.GoArgos.com –Print Friendly Version Argos face UNA tomorrow in third round of tournament (Photo by Bill Stockland) UWF softball goes 1-1 in first day of GSC Tournament Share
Fireworks – The use of and possession of fireworks are prohibited on National Forest System lands, at any time of year. Violations are subject to a penalty and fine.Campfires – While exploring the national forest during the holiday, visitors are asked do their part to prevent wildfires by keeping control of their campfires, making sure the coals are cool to the touch before leaving, disposing of cigarettes in ashtrays, and obeying any posted fire restrictions. Always practice campfire safety and keep wildfire prevention in mind, regardless of weather conditions.Bear Aware – The Chugach National Forest is bear country and even if they are not seen, they’re around. To avoid a human bear interaction, be bear aware and make noise when hiking. Be alert in thick brush and along streams and rivers. Properly store food and other products with strong odors in bear-resistant containers and away from your tent. If you do encounter a bear, do not run. Back away slowly and calmly. Carry and know how to use bear spray.Campgrounds – All campgrounds on the Forest are open for visitors and fill up quickly.Developed Trails – The majority of the Chugach National Forest’s 200 miles of developed trails have dried out and vegetation along the trails is growing. Some trails may have thick brush. For those hiking or biking with exposed skin be careful of skin contact with cow parsnip which can result in a rash.Russian River Campground & Fishing – Be aware that available campsites at the Russian River are already reserved and first come, first served sites are typically occupied by Thursday night. For fishing updates at the Russian River and other sites across the Forest check out Alaska Department of Fish and Game weekly fishing reports.Visitor Centers – The Begich, Boggs Visitor Center is not yet open, but Forest interpreters are holding informal programs in front of the building during the weekends and are hosting campfire talks at the Williwaw Campground amphitheater at 7 p.m. most Friday and Saturday evenings. Crooked Creek Information Center is not yet open, but the grounds remain open.Pack it in, pack it out! – Be responsible for picking up and disposing of your trash in appropriate trash receptacles. If the trash can or dumpster is overflowing, don’t add to the problem, take your trash with you. Trash and debris left behind can be harmful and even fatal to wildlife. It represents a human health hazard and degrades the Chugach National Forest.Whistle Stop – Visit the backcountry via train. Whistle Stop train service to Spencer Glacier begins Friday, July 3.Practice Patience – Holiday traffic and road construction make for extremely crowded roads and parking areas. Please use caution when traveling to and from and in the national forest. Visitors are also urged to take the precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention along with local health and safety guidance. For tips from the CDC on preventing illnesses like the coronavirus, click here. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Fourth of July holiday is upon us and the Chugach National Forest is a great destination for the long weekend. The USDA Forest Service asks residents and visitors to share in the stewardship of their public lands, and to keep the following tips in mind to help everyone enjoy a safe and fun holiday.
Kentucky running back Stanley Williams (18) is tackled by Tennessee linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin (34) on Nov. 15, 2014..The SEC East might not be up for grabs in Lexington, Ky. on Saturday night like it likely is in Jacksonville, Fla., but the stakes are still high.While the Florida-Georgia’s showdown will probably determine the division’s representative in the conference title game, the winner of Tennessee’s game against Kentucky on Halloween night will take a massive step toward a bowl game.While the Vols insist they are taking their season a game at a time, Saturday’s game marks the beginning of a five-game stretch to close out the season in which Tennessee will likely be favored each week. At 3-4, the Vols don’t need a win over the Wildcats to reach bowl eligibility, but it could certainly help them get there sooner.Kentucky is only two wins away from the program’s first bowl trip since the 2010 season but has a harder road than Tennessee does.UT not looking ahead despite favorable schedule5 keys for Vols vs. KentuckySince Butch Jones took over at Tennessee in late 2012, the Vols have regained control of the rivalry with Kentucky. Tennessee has won the last three meetings after suffering its first loss in the series since 1984 in 2011. None of that is relevant this week, Jones pointed out.“This is a new year,” Jones said this week. “They’re a new football team. We can’t get ourselves focusing on the past and all that. They’re a good football team. We’ve got to focus on the task at hand.”Facing Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles, the Tennessee defensive front will need to maintain the pressure it was able to put on Alabama’s offensive line a week ago. The Vols are coming off a five-sack performance but are facing an offense that Jones has said has the ability to score from anywhere on the field.Kentucky running back Stanley Williams has managed to crack the conference’s top-10 rushers list despite having the fewest carries of that group. Williams has combined for 208 yards in the Wildcats’ last two games.Tennessee running back Jalen Hurd (1) gets the ball in the end zone for a touchdown against Kentucky on Nov. 15, 2014.“He’s a smaller back, but he can break tackles too, and he can get loose,” Tennessee linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin said. “He does a good job for them. They give him the ball and get him out on the edge and let him do his thing. We’ll have to stop that.”Though Kentucky has options on offense, the Vols seem to be at their most confident point of the season after taking Alabama down to the wire last weekend in Tuscaloosa.“We know they are going to come out with a lot of energy, ready to play,” said Reeves-Maybin. “I feel like our team can beat anybody. If we come out, play our game, play like how we like to practice, everybody focused, everybody on task, we’ll be successful on Saturday.”SPANNING THE SEC: Check in for the latest news, notes, scores and more for one of college football’s best conferences! Kentucky has the best record of any team remaining on Tennessee’s schedule. A win Saturday night could build momentum that lasts into a second consecutive postseason trip.Reach Matt Slovin at email@example.com or on Twitter @MattSlovin. NEXT GAME TENNESSEE (3-4, 1-3 SEC) at KENTUCKY (4-3, 2-3) When: 6:30 p.m. Saturday TV/Radio: SEC Network/104.5-FMSEC Week 9: Viewer’s guide, picks
The #1 St. Cloud State Men’s Hockey team (21-6-5) claimed the NCHC regular season title by defeating the #4 University of Denver Pioneers (17-8-7) 4-2 Saturday night in St. Cloud.This is the third time SCSU has won a regular season conference title since joining the D1 ranks in 1987-88. The Huskies won the WCHA regular season in 2013, and the NCHC regular season in 2014. 360p Auto (360p) Scoring for St. Cloud State last night came from Robby Jackson (15), Jacob Benson (7), Ryan Poehling (9), and an empty netter for Jon Lizotte (4).NCHC StandingsNCHC.comThe Huskies will wrap up the regular season next weekend in Grand Forks against #12 North Dakota on Friday & Saturday night (Radio: KZRV 96.7 FM).Submit 1080p HD About Connatix V56892 About Connatix V56892 1/1 720p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip
..as EBFA host Coaches Awareness WorkshopTHE East Bank Football Association (EBFA), in its continuing effort to ensure that coaches attached to its affiliated clubs are conscious of their roles and responsibilities, on Saturday hosted a Coaches Awareness Workshop that was facilitated by the associations technical advisor, Winston Benons.The activity was held at the Timehri Community Centre and saw participation from eight (8) of the association’s 12 clubs. President of the Guyana Football Coaches Association (GFCA), Sampson Gilbert delivered feature remarks and declared open the workshop.Gilbert, who was recently elevated to the presidency of the association, sought to enlighten the participants on the direction his body will be going so as to heighten coaches training and eventual certification.The National U-17 coach noted that the history of the game would show that Guyana has always been competitive and always produced good players: “But the one thing we could say from a national perspective is that the level of coaches education has caused us to realise where we were, where we are and where we could be in a few years.”He alluded to the fact that the thirteen Academy Training Centres (ATC) that have been established around Guyana is an important pillar in local development and coaches have an important role to play in its continued advancement; but they must subject themselves to be appropriately trained.“In order for you to be a good teacher you must be educated in how, what, where and when; and these academy training centres provide the opportunity for us as coaches to work and develop not only the players, but ourselves. It gives us the opportunity to work and be educated.”The attendees were taken through their paces, roles and responsibilities as teachers of the world’s most beautiful game and the importance of being positive role models to their charges.Benons, commenting on the outcome of the workshop, informed that the objective was achieved in that the participants are more aware of what is expected of them on and off the field of play. He also shared that the programme is designed to prepare coaches for eventual certification at the GFF level.Gilbert also took the opportunity to answer questions from the participants in relation to coaches’ certification, pointing out that individuals desirous of pursuing such a career must show consistent interest by attending the many ATCs that are held on a weekly basis around Guyana.He said that coaches also need to learn the art of communicating among themselves with the aim of sharing and learning from each other. Integrity and trust, he noted, are also important attributes every coach should possess.
Volcanoes facing uphill task after forced to follow-onFOUR-time defending champions Guyana Jaguars continued their dominance for the third consecutive day, leaving Windward Islands Volcanoes with the ominous task of surviving today’s final day of their fourth round Cricket West Indies Regional Four-day encounter.Forced to follow-on, the visiting side batted with more purpose in their second innings to reach 167-3 at stumps on the penultimate day of the match at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.Seamers Romario Shepherd, Keemo Paul and Sherfane Rutherford bore their responsibilities manfully and frugally, claiming a wicket apiece.The experienced Devon Smith made a resolute 65 but captain Kirk Edwards and Kavem Hodge were left unbeaten on 40 and three respectively. The Volcanoes are still 78 runs behind.Earlier, Paul claimed his third five-wicket haul to trigger Volcanoes’ batting collapse that saw them concede a huge first-innings lead of 245 runs.It was a clear indication that the tourists’ batsmen had no answers to Paul’s accurate seam-bowling, resulting in the 20-year-old ending with figures of 6-57 from 17 overs. Fellow pacer Shepherd claimed 2-47 while left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 2-38.Overnight batsmen Alick Athanaze and Denis Smith offered some resistance with the bat but their efforts were cut short, and they were eventually dismissed for 209 in 64.1 overs, prompting Jaguars to enforce the follow-on.The left-hander Athanaze top-scored with a gritty 66 for Volcanoes, who started the day on 99-5 in response to Jaguars’ mammoth 454-9 declared.Athanaze shared a 90-run sixth-wicket partnership with Denis Smith, who made 37. The pair countered with a flurry of boundaries early in the morning session but when the partnership was broken, the innings came to rapid end.Smith hit six fours in his 93-ball 37, before he edged Shepherd to Leon Johnson at first slip. Paul, who had jolted Volcanoes batting with four wickets late on day two, struck his first blow in the morning session, when he had Larry Edwards caught and bowled for one, to complete his five-wicket haul.Shepherd then had Athanaze caught at the wicket to end his 114-ball innings where he struck 11 fours and a six, leaving Volcanoes at 186-8. Paul was again in the act when he bowled Shermon Lewis for four while Permaul claimed the final wicket of Josh Thomas (4), during the extended half-an-hour of play. Ray Jordan remained unbeaten on 18.Batting a second time, Devon Smith and Taryck Gabriel (16) put together 34 for the first wicket before the latter was caught at the wicket off Rutherford.The left-handed Smith formed the next alliance with Roland Cato as they waged a second-wicket stand battle to add respectability to the contest.The partnership flourished for a while with the second-wicket stand stretched to 76 before Cato, who faced 64 balls and struck five boundaries in his 36, was taken at the wicket off Paul.Volcanoes captain joined forces with the 37-year-old Smith, who immediately brought up his fifty. However, the 28-run stand was unfortunately broken when Smith was given caught-behind off Shepherd. His innings lasted for 128 balls with eight fours.There were no further casualties, but on a pitch that is expected to be more variable in bounce during today’s final day, the tourists will be hard-pressed to produce a rearguard.JAGUARS 1st Innings 454 for nine declaredVolcanoes 1st Innings(overnight 99 for five)DS Smith c Griffith b Paul 17T Gabriel c and b Permaul 23R Cato c Griffith b Paul 14*K Edwards c Griffith b Paul 4K Hodge c wkpr Bramble b Paul 0A Athanaze c wkpr Bramble b Shepherd 66+DDH Smith c Johnson b Shepherd 37L Edward c and b Paul 1S Lewis b Paul 4R Jordan not out 18J Thomas lbw b Permaul 4Extras (b1, lb6, nb14) 21TOTAL (all out, 64.1 overs) 209Fall of wickets:1-38, 2-56, 3-63, 4-63, 5-81, 6-171, 7-178, 8-186, 9-186Bowling:Pestano 13-4-46-0 (nb4); Shepherd 11-2-47-2; Johnson 1-0-4-0; Paul 17-3-57-6 (nb10); Permaul 18.1-8-38-2; Motie 4-1-10-0VOLCANOES 2nd Innings (following on)T Gabriel c wkpr Bramble b Rutherford 16DS Smith c wkpr Bramble b Shepherd 65R Cato c wkpr Bramble b Paul 36*K Edwards not out 40K Hodge not out 3Extras (lb4, w1, nb2) 7TOTAL (3 wkts, 58 overs) 167Fall of wickets: 1-35, 2-110, 3-138Bowling: Paul 6-1-29-1; Shepherd 10-2-17-1 (w1); Pestano 9-1-20-0; Rutherford 9-3-14-1 (nb2); Motie 11-0-37-0; Permaul 13-2-46-0Position: Volcanoes trail by 78 with seven second innings wickets standing
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Associated Press Television News FOLLOW US LIVE TV First Published: 29th June, 2020 10:49 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE Written By Last Updated: 29th June, 2020 10:49 IST K-State Players Announce Boycott After Student’s Floyd Tweet Kansas State football players say they will boycott all team activities until administrators create a policy that would allow a student to be expelled for “openly racist, threatening or disrespectful actions.” Kansas State football players say they will boycott all team activities until administrators create a policy that would allow a student to be expelled for “openly racist, threatening or disrespectful actions.”The move that most players announced Saturday on social media follows a tweet by a student about the death of George Floyd that prompted outrage on campus.“We are demanding that Kansas State University put a policy in place that allows a student to be dismissed for displaying openly racist, threatening or disrespectful actions toward a student or groups of students,” the players said in the letter they posted. “We have resolved that we cannot play, practice or meet until these demands are heard and actions taken. We love Kansas State, but we must stand together and protect all students moving forward.”On Thursday, one month after Floyd, a Black man, died after a white Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee on his neck for nearly eight minutes, student Jaden McNeil tweeted, “Congratulations to George Floyd on being drug free for an entire month!”University officialsMcNeil describes himself as the founder of a conservative group called America First Students, which Kansas State says is not currently registered on the campus because of a lack of membership. America First Students had already drawn the ire of students for past statements made by McNeil.McNeil has previously said America First Students is a “mainstream, Christian, conservative organization that supports President Donald Trump.”The statement from football players Saturday came a day after a pair of Kansas State basketball players and a handful of football players threatened a boycott if the university didn’t take action. A number of college athletes around the countryKansas State football players aren’t currently participating in any practices or workouts because team activities were suspended earlier this month after a coronavirus outbreak within the team. Summer workouts are expected to resume July 13.