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5704 East West Hwy
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Jul 27, 2017
Invaders: Many common 'wildflowers' are invasive species in the Yukon
The most recent weed pull was held in Riverdale July 19, but people in the Takhini Valley area can participate in a similar event July 25.YISC is also hosting a weed-pull at the old dump where a invasive species of vetch — which can push out other species and change nitrogen compositions in soil — has taken root. The infestation is limited to this area for the time being, Altherr said, but this particular species is still a threat.“This plant is only growing in disturbed areas, but it can grow into forests (and spread) that’s what makes it so special,” she said.“We like to try to tackle these things before they get out of hand.”For more information on the YISC and its community events, people can visit yukoninvasives.com or the YISC Facebook page.Contact Lori Garrison at email@example.comWalker organized the latest weed-pull to help curb the spread of the plant. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)...May 7, 2017
Flower Shop Owner Caught Stealing Plants—from a Cemetery
In discussing the case with members of the Riverdale Police Department, their officers were able to positively identify the suspect from video footage, as a former police dispatcher and current flower shop owner from their town. As a result of the evidence and positive identification, Lynda S. Wingate, 59 years old from Riverdale, was arrested and processed. Ms. Wingate was charged with theft of moveable property and released. She has a pending appearance in municipal court.
While police cannot verify that Ms. Wingate was selling the stolen plants in her flower shop, Lyncrafts & Floral Designs, it is presumed to be the case.Jan 12, 2017
Winter TV: Where Flowers Now Bloom
Marvel’s Iron Fist” (Netflix, Mar. 17).
A couple of curveballs can be found among the new entries. “Riverdale” (Jan. 26, CW) deposits the Archie Comics gang into darker, surreal territory that its producers call a teenage “Twin Peaks.” (Mädchen Amick, who played — and will soon reprise — Shelly Johnson on that series, even shows up in “Riverdale” as Betty’s mother.) “Powerless” (NBC, Feb. 2) takes a more comic bent. Vanessa Hudgens, the onetime Disney television star, works at a subsidiary of Wayne Enterprises (Batman tie-in alert!), where she to has deal with messes left by crime-fighting superheroes and her wacky sitcom colleagues.
Women (and Men) Of a Different Time
Enjoyed “The Crown” and all the royal trappings surrounding Queen Elizabeth II? Well, the latest “Masterpiece” import from Britain, “Victoria” (PBS, Jan. 15), moves the action back a little more than a century to focus on a different monarch grappling with matters of state and love. “Harlots” (Hulu, March 29) descends into less rarefied territory, focusing on a brothel owner (Samantha Morton) battling competitors and society’s mores in 18th-century London. And in the Canadian import “Frontier” (Netflix, Jan. 20), the action moves across the Atlantic to capture the violent competition over the fur trade in the 1700s (and lets viewers once again enjoy the dreamy locks of Jason Momoa, who played Khal Drogo in “Game of Thrones”).
Tripping the Light, And Dark, Fantastic
“The Wizard of Oz” gets a modern-day makeover in “Emerald City,” (NBC, Jan. 6) after a tornado deposits Dorothy (now a nurse) and her dog (now of the K-9 police variety) in a much grimmer fantasy world. Pitched battles between the forces of magic and science ensue. A lighter touch is evident in the TV translation of “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events” (Netflix, Jan. 13), in which Neil Patrick Harris stars as the devious Count Olaf, who — adopting numerous and ridiculous disguises — attempts to wrest away the inheritances of the three orphans of whom he’s been granted custody. And in “Beyond” (Freeform, Jan. 2), a photogenic young man named Holden awakens from a coma after 12 years with some newfound (and very difficult to...Dec 2, 2016
Quinton Flowers Named AAC Offensive Player of the Year
American) and 2005 (Big East).
Also named first team for the Bulls was senior offensive tackle Kofi Amichia (Riverdale, Ga.) who has started 25 straight games at left tackle for a USF program that has broken the school's rushing record in back-to-back seasons – posting 3,501 yards and 44 touchdowns on the ground in 2016 – and consistently ranked among the least sacked teams in the nation.
Earning second-team honors for the Bulls were senior wide receiver Rodney Adams (St. Petersburg), senior guard Dominique Threatt (Atlanta), freshman tight end Mitchell Wilcox (Tarpon Springs) and junior running back D'Ernest Johnson (Immokalee) who was named as a return specialist after leading the league and ranking ninth nationally in punt returns.
Second-team selections on the defensive side of the ball were junior linebacker Auggie Sanchez (St. Petersburg), who earned the honors the second straight season, junior defensive tackle Deadrin Senat (Immokalee) and junior cornerback Deatrick Nichols (Miami).
Flowers finished the regular season ranked in the top 20 in the nation in nine offensive categories, including third in yards per carry (8.05 ypc), ninth in points responsible for (222), 10th in total offense (331.3 ypg), 11th in rushing yards (1,425), and 12th in rushing touchdowns (15). In the greatest individual offensive season in USF history, he set new USF season records for total offense (3,976 yards), rushing yards (1,425), rushing touchdowns (15), total touchdowns (37) and 300-yard total offense games (8).
He led a USF offense that extended its nation-leading streak of scoring 30-points or more to 16 games and ranked No. 8 in scoring (43.6 ppg) and No. 9 in total offense (515.1 ypg) nationally while setting program records in total offense (6,181 yards), scoring (523 points), touchdowns (71), rushing yards (3,501) and rushing touchdowns (44).
(BCSNN - Best College Sports News Network (blog))Sep 21, 2016
CH Flowers stifles DuVal in Dameon Powell's first game at the helm
Yellow Jackets have scored in a season opener since at least 2000.
Prince George’s County player of the week
WR/DB Cody Wilburn, Largo, Sr.
The Riverdale Baptist transfer had a sparkling debut in Largo’s 49-27 win over Laurel Friday night, snagging four receptions for 133 and two touchdowns and adding an interception on defense.
More from AllMetSports The Post Top 20: St. John’s makes a jump; Howard joins the ranks Markus Vinson carries Damascus to win at Quince Orchard Video H.D. Woodson’s emphatic Week 1 win serves notice to the rest of D.C. Montgomery Notebook: Clarksburg honors fallen teammates 2016 High school football preview: League capsules, players to watch
...Feb 3, 2016
History roundtable reunites former Laurel mayors
That's where my wife was born. I attended school in Anne Arundel County.
Craig Moe: I was born and raised in Prince George's County. I lived in Riverdale from '59 to '65 and in 1965 my parents moved to South Laurel. They are still in the Montpelier area. I went to Montpelier Elementary, went to Eisenhower Junior High School, and then graduated from Laurel Senior High School in 1977. So been in the city of Laurel for over 30 years.
Dani Duniho: I came to Laurel in 1964 and met my husband at NSA.
Before your first campaign, what made you want to be mayor?
Duniho: I did not want to be mayor. I jumped in from the City Council because I didn't want the other person to ruin things. I thought there was a need.
DiPietro: I'd gotten involved with the city back in my teen years. I went on to the Council to replace Frank Casula, who had gotten elected at the County Council level. There were two other young men on the Council at the time, Jim Cross and Craig Horn. The average age of the Council changed pretty dramatically so after four years the opportunity presented itself to run for mayor. So we got together and ran as a ticket and came on board in 1978.
Robison: Craig, Steve Turney and I ran for City Council in 1988 and all three won. I decided I was going to stay on the Council as a council member and Steve Turney was going to run for mayor. [But] he decided he wasn't gonna run, I was gonna run for mayor. I was the only one available out of the group. So I ran for mayor.
Leszcz: We were standing outside the Barkman Building — a tornado came through and Mayor Casula said to me, "I don't feel too good. I'm going home." And the next thing I know I'm being sworn in as mayor by Judge Nichols up in Upper Marlboro because Frank was pretty sick.
DiPietro: I have to tell a story about Craig. When I was mayor I was also a member of the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department. I gave a speech about us not discussing Fire Department business in public because I'm hearing stuff on the street that shouldn't be out on the street. A guy in the back of the room who was a lot younger than I was rose to be recognized — a guy by the name of Craig Moe. And he said, "The one thing we don't need around here is politicians telling us what to do."
Moe: I ran for mayor because I thought I could make a difference after serving on the Council and the way that we are structured here in the city of Laurel — the way our government is structured. A lot of it starts with the mayor and the mayor's office.
What part of being mayor did you hate?
Leszcz: If you have a full-time job, it's very difficult because there's not enough time. The reading for both a councilperson and t... (Baltimore Sun)
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