Food, wine and song await Farmington market-goers

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first_imgWhether you’re Italian by heritage or just love “The Boot,” you’ll find plenty to do at Saturday’s Farmington Farmers and Artisans Market.Held at the Walter E. Sundquist Farmington Pavilion and Riley Park in downtown Farmington, the weekly market’s Italian-American Day celebration begins with a special blessing and ringing of the market bell at 9 a.m., followed by a procession celebrating the Feast of San Rocco.The bella mercato (beautiful market) will feature:strolling accordion player David Passalacqua at 9 a.m.The Amici Band at 11 a.m.Italian-themed cooking demonstration with Paolo Toffoli and Cantoro Market at 11 a.m.special activities for kidsa Bella Cantina serving up beer and wine (11 a.m.-2 p.m.)regular market vendors with a wide selection of Michigan produce, specialty foods, and artisan waresLearn more at farmingtonfarmersmarket.com or facebook.com/farmingtonmarket Reported by admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Delgadillo asks for recount

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first_imgBy CRAIG ALANIZReporter/Photographerpress@portisabelsouthpadre.com The race for Cameron County Constable Precinct 1 is not over.A recount of the votes is scheduled for Tuesday, November 26, at the Cameron County Elections Office. The recount should take no longer than a few hours to complete.Incumbent Horacio Zamora said he has never been in a recount scenario before. He said the recount should not deviate far from the original count.“It is an interesting situation, all I can do is hope it continues to go my way,” Zamora said.The totals in the original count were 2504 to 2501 with Constable Zamora ahead of challenger Pete Delgadillo. The votes have been canvassed with Zamora as the winner. Cameron County Judge Carlos Cascos will announce the winner to the public.Read this story in the Nov. 22 edition of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedDelgadillo takes recountBy CRAIG ALANIZ Reporter/Photographer press@portisabelsouthpadre.com  Ballots were recounted Tuesday in the Cameron County Constable Precinct 1 race between Horacio Zamora and Pete Delgadillo. Delgadillo came away with the win by a slim margin and said he was pleased that he was able to have the votes recounted. “It feels good…November 29, 2012In “News”Zamora edges Delgadillo in recountBy CRAIG ALANIZ Reporter/Photographer press@portisabelsouthpadre.com  The race for Cameron County Constable Precinct 1 went down to the wire with all votes being tallied Wednesday night. Three votes separated Republican Pete Delgadillo from incumbent Horacio Zamora. Ten mail-in ballots came in after Election Day and over 600 provisional votes had to…November 15, 2012In “Gallery”ELECTION RESULTS: Local races decided, 10 votes separate Avalos from HaydenBy CRAIG ALANIZ Reporter/Photographer press@portisabelsouthpadre.com  The unofficial vote count has been tallied for this election cycle and there will be a few changes to some governing bodies in the Laguna Madre area and the rest of Cameron County. On South Padre Island, leading in the race for City Council Place…November 7, 2012In “Gallery” Sharelast_img read more

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Argos Face Lions In Non-Conference Matchup

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first_imgVAUGHN AMONG TOP 20 DIVISION 2 QUARTERBACKS    Graduate QB Sam Vaughn made his first career start at Midwestern State in week two in place of week-one starter Mike Beaudry, who suffered an injury against Carson-Newman.     Vaughn had a solid game, throwing for 251 yards on 19-of-37 passing with two touchdowns and  two interceptions.    The Fort Pierce, Fla. native has continued to improve each week since. Against Shorter in weeks three he threw for a career-high 369 yards on 25-of-34 passing with three touchdowns. His 72.5 percent completion rate was the second-highest in program history, while his 193.8 passing efficiency is third in 31 all-time games.    He currently ranks among the NCAA leaders in the following categories:Category    NCAA Rk.    StatPassing TDs    14    12Completions/game     17    21.4Passing Yards    17    1,398Passing Yards/game    19    279.6Total Offense/game    28    289.4Pass. Yds/Completion    61    13.1    In week one, he came on in relief of Beaudry, completing 17-for-29 for 218 yards with a TD and an interception. It was the first time in program history that the Argos had to make an in-game switch at quarterback due to injury.    Vaughn spent the past four years as a walk-on at Georgia and did not appear in a game. Prior to the opener, the last time he played in a live game was as a senior at Fort Pierce (Fla.) Central HS in the fall of 2013.RUSHING ATTACK CONTINUES TO MAKE PROGRESS    Dating back to the 2015 season when UWF fielded a team of redshirts with five intrasquad scrimmages, head coach Pete Shinnick has continued to praise the improvement of the offensive line.    That improvement was again on display in week three against Shorter with 195 yards rushing on 41 attempts and again with last week’s school-record 268 rushing yards on 36 touches at Delta State.    Junior RB Chris Schwarz has posted a pair of 100-yard games against the Hawks and Statesmen, further emphasising his role as the top running back in program annals.INDIV. SINGLE-GAME RUSHING YARDS175    Chris Schwarz    at IUP, 12/9/17171    Chris Schwarz    at Delta St., 9/29/18101    Chris Schwarz    Shorter, 9/15/18101    Tim Bellinger    at Ave Maria, 9/3/1694    Chris Schwarz    at UWG, 11/11/17TEAM SINGLE-GAME RUSHING YARDS268    at Delta State, 9/29/18264    at Ave Maria, 9/3/16222    at Indiana (Pa.), 12/9/17195    Shorter, 9/15/18170    at Mississippi College, 10/8/16TEAM RUSHING YARDS PER GAMEYear    Net Rush Yards    Yards Per Game2016    1091    99.22017    1734    115.62018    791    158.2DEFENSE HAS FORCED TURNOVERS IN 28 OF 31 GAMES    The UWF defense forced a school-record five turnovers two weeks ago at Mississippi College and four more last week at Delta State.    Defensive coordinate Darian Dulin’s side of the ball has forced nine fumbles with nine recoveries in its first five games, extending it’s streak of games with at least one turnover to seven games.    While that doesn’t seem like a great streak, further inspection shows the Argonauts have gotten at least one turnover in 28 of their 31 games all-time UWF is 19-9 when getting a turnover and 1-2 when unable to force a sudden change. Tickets Chairbacks: $25.00 East Side GA (behind UWF bench): $10.00 Location Florence, Ala. | Braly Municipal Stadium Live Video Lion Vision | Watch Online | Free to watch  Social Media UWF Athletics – Twitter: @GoArgos | IG: GoArgos | FB: GoArgos | #GoArgos UWF Football – Twitter: @UWFFootball | IG: @UWFFootball | FB: UWFFootball Follow UWF Football Twitter In-Game Score Updates  Print Friendly Version #11/8 West Florida (4-1) at North Alabama (3-2) UWF WITH SUCCESS AGAINST UNDEFEATED TEAMS    UWF’s game two weeks ago at unbeaten Mississippi College marked the ninth UWF opponent to enter the game without a loss on the season. The Argonauts improved to 8-1 in those contests following the 34-21 win over the Choctaws. UWF’s lone loss came in a 38-17 setback at No. 10 Midwestern State in week two of this season.    UWF could still face two unbeaten teams in the 2018 regular season – West Georgia next Saturday in Pensacola and Valdosta State on Nov. 3 in Pensacola.UWF RANKED SECOND IN AFCA PRESEASON TOP 25    The UWF football team opened the 2018 season as the No. 2 ranked team in the country according to the preseason top 25 poll that was announced by the American Football Coaches Association.    The Argonauts received 14 first place votes and a total of 721 poll points. Texas A&M-Commerce was chosen No. 1 with 748 points and 13 first place votes. Minnesota State, Indiana (Pa.), Fort Hays State and Northwest Missouri State rounded out the top six, with MSU, IUP and Northwest receiving two first place votes each.     UWF was also ranked No. 2 in the final 2017 ranking after finishing with an 11-4 record and as the national finalist in its second year of competition. That was the only other time the program has been ranked in it’s brief history.    The Argonauts were picked high in a number of national polls throughout the summer as well:LINDY’S    1STREET & SMITH’S    1COLLEGE FB AMERICA YEARBOOK    1D2FOOTBALL.COM    3    UWF received one vote in the AFCA Division 2 Top-25 poll following the home win over North Alabama last season, marking the first-ever vote for the program. The Argonauts would have been tied for 35th if the numbered listing continued past 25.    After the West Georgia win in the regular-season finale and subsequent NCAA Playoff selection, UWF was the beneficiary of four votes, effectively putting the team at 35th entering the playoffs. ARGOS OVERCOME 15-POINT DEFICIT AT DELTA STATE    Last week, UWF found itself trailing Delta State 21-6 at halftime before scoring 24 unanswered for a 30-21 victory. That 15-point deficit proved to be the second-largest overcome for a victory in UWF’s brief 3-year history. In last year’s regular-season finale at West Georgia, the Argos trailed 16-0 after the first quarter before claiming a 34-29 win that vaulted the Blue & Green into the NCAA Playoffs.    The largest deficit overcome by a UWF team was at Valdosta State in the fourth game in program history when the Argos spotted the Blazers a 20-0 lead 8:46 into the game. UWF took a 28-27 lead late in the third quarter before falling 40-28.center_img Live Stats Live Stats Additional Info UWF Notes (pdf) | North Alabama Notes (pdf) | GSC Weekly Release (pdf) AUSTIN WILLIAMS BREAKS INTO GSC ALL-TIME FG TOP 10    UWF PK Austin Williams made three field goals last week against Delta State and was named the Gulf South Conference Special Teams Player of the Week for the third time in 2018 and sixth time in his two years in Pensacola.    He made all three point-after attempts and went 3-for-3 on field goals, extending his streak of consecutive makes to seven.    His 2.2 FG per game rank second nationally. He is 15th in total points scored (49) and 18th in points per game (9.8).    The junior from Phelan, Calif. made a GSC-record 27 field goals in 2017 and now has 38 career field goals, moving into ninth place on the Gulf South Conference career list.GSC CAREER FIELD GOALS MADE51    Will Rhody, Valdosta St.    2002-0451    James Knowles, UNA    1982-8548    Ted Clem, Troy State    1984-8746    Coy Nance, Harding    2000-0343    Ki Tok Chu, UT-Martin    1986-8940    Jason Williams, Southern Ark.    1997-0040    Nelson McMurrain, UNA    1978-8239    Zach Wright, OBU     2005-0838    Austin Williams, UWF    2017-PR37    Daniel Andersen, Valdosta St.    2009-12    He has also kicked off 33 times this year with 18 touchbacks.PUNT UNIT PROVING TO BE VERY STINGY    UWF freshman punter Dawson Hamlin enters the UNA game with a 37.2 yards per punt average over 20 kicks.    Further examination shows a dramatic increase over the last 17 attempts, which have resulted in a 41.8 avg with 10 inside the 20-yard line and seven return yards.UWF AGAINST RANKED FOES    The week 2 game against #10 Midwestern State was the eighth-consecutive contest against a ranked opponent for UWF. It was also the 10th in the last 12 games.    UWF and Ashland were the only schools in Division 2 to play two ranked teams in the first two weeks to start the 2018 season.    The Argonauts are now 7-5 all-time against ranked teams.    UWF went 5-3 against ranked teams in 2017, with all five wins coming on the road in consecutive weeks, including four during the NCAA postseason run.UWF vs. NATIONALLY RANKED PROGRAMS2016    16    Florida Tech    W, 42-393    at North Alabama    L, 3-51201721/20    Delta State    L, 25-2825/23    at West Alabama    L, 18-3524/18    at West Georgia    W, 34-2916/18    at Wingate (NCAA)    W, 31-024/25    at West Georgia (NCAA)    W, 17-1417/17    at West Alabama (NCAA)    W, 28-213/1    at Indiana (Pa.) (NCAA)    W, 27-178/8    vs. A&M-Commerce (NCAA)    L, 27-372018    22/rv    Carson-Newman    W, 19-910/7    at Midwestern State    L, 17-38* Rankings are AFCA/D2FB• Prior to the Shorter game, UWF had played 12 games (out of 28) against teams ranked in the top 25 – meaning that 43 percent of the program’s games in its history have been against ranked opponents. Date | Time Saturday, Oct. 6 | 6:00 p.m. CT UWF PICKED 2ND IN GSC PRESEASON POLL    A year after winning five league games and finishing in second place in the Gulf South Conference en route to a memorable run to the NCAA national championship game, the UWF football team was picked second in the 2018 GSC Preseason Coaches Poll as announced by the league office last week.     Defending champion West Alabama earned six first place votes and was picked first with 62 total points, narrowly ahead of the Argonauts with 59 points. UWF garnered three first place votes, marking the first time in program history that has occurred.    West Georgia and Delta State – the other two teams from the GSC to advance in the NCAA playoff – came in third and fourth, followed by Valdosta State and Florida Tech, respectively. League newcomer North Greenville was chosen in seventh with Mississippi College and Shorter in the final two spots.2018 GSC PRESEASON COACHES POLLPl. School – Points (First Place Votes)1. West Alabama – 62 (6)2. West Florida – 59 (3)3. West Georgia – 444. Delta State – 415. Valdosta State – 386. Florida Tech – 327. North Greenville – 248. Mississippi College – 169. Shorter – 8    In 2016, UWF was picked eighth in the 9-team league and finished tied for sixth at 3-5. Last season, the Argos were voted seventh and used a 5-3 record to end in a 5-way tie for second.. Live Audio UWF Sports Network | ESPN Pensacola 94.5 FM | Listen Online • No. 11/8 UWF steps out of conference play with a road game at North Alabama Saturday evening. The game marks the first-ever Division I opponent for the Argonauts.• Saturday’s game marks the third-consecutive road game for the Argonauts and is part of a stretch of four games away from Pensacola in five weeks. UWF is 2-1 on the road this season.TOP STORYLINES• UWF is playing its first-ever Division I opponent. GSC teams are 0-1 in 2018 against D1 teams and 1-7 in the last three years, with the lone win coming from Florida Tech at Presbyterian, 28-7, on 9/24/16.• UWF is 5-2 all-time in regular-season non-conference games and 9-3 in all non-conference contests, with a 4-1 mark in the  postseason.• UWF is 3-0 in Gulf South Conference play for the first time in program history.• UWF is 11-8 all-time in GSC regular-season games, with a 5-4 record at home and 6-4 on the road.• UWF is ranked No. 11 in the AFCA poll (8 by the media of D2Football.com), putting the Argos into the rankings for the seventh-consecutive ranking period after ending the 2017 season ranked No. 2.THE COACHES• UWF coach Pete Shinnick was hired as the first coach in program history on Feb. 6, 2014. He has a 123-57 career record in his 16th season as a head coach, which includes a 50-24 mark at UNC Pembroke from 2007-13 and 53-22 at Azusa Pacific from 1999-05. He was named the AFCA and D2Football.com National Coach of the Year last season.• North Alabama coach Chris Willis is in his 17th season with the Lions and his second as the head coach. He took over for the legendary Bobby Wallace following the 2016 campaign. He has been part of 13 NCAA Division II playoff teams and eight GSC titles as a coach. He spent three seasons at Delta State (1999-2001) after graduating from DSU in 1998.ABOUT UWF    UWF is 4-1 on the season and ranked No. 11 by the American Football Coaches Association (No. 8 in the D2Football.com media poll). The Argonauts have won three-consecutive games following last week’s 30-21 come-from-behind road victory at Delta State – the program’s first-ever win over the Statesmen in three games.    The Argonauts are averaging 286.6 passing yards (25th in NCAA; 1st in GSC) and 158.8 rushing yards on the season. Their 444.8 yards per game third in the GSC and 34th nationally.    Graduate QB Sam Vaughn has completed 59 percent of his attempts for 1,407 yards (281.3 ypg) and 12 TD.    The running back group of Chris Schwarz, Anthony Johnson, Jr., Jervon Newton and Quaide Weimerskirch have combined for 735 yards (147 ypg) on 141 carries.    Junior Tate Lehtio leads the GSC with 27 receptions for 386 yards and a touchdown. Senior Ishmel Morrow has 23 receptions for 296 yards and a touchdown. Ezra Saffold leads the team and is tied for third in the GSC with three TDs.    The defense ranks 73rd nationally, allowing 356 yards per game and forcing 15 total turnovers in five games. UWF is second nationally in fumbles recovered with nine.    Graduate transfer Gavin Burford has 41 tackles to rank third in the GSC and fifth with 8.2 tackles per game.    UWF returns nine starters on offense and eight on defense to begin the year. In terms of statistical production, those players have accounted for 60 percent of last year’s offense and 72 percent of the defensive tackles.ABOUT NORTH ALABAMA    North Alabama is 3-2 and in its first season as a Division I FCS program. UNA is an independent before fully joining the Big South Conference in 2019.    The Lions have played four of their first five games on the road, collecting wins over Southern Utah, Alabama A&M and at home against D2 school Azusa Pacific. They are being outscored by an average of 30-22 and outgained 418-359.    QB Christian Lopez is in his first season at UNA after a strong sophomore year at Mesa (Ariz.) CC. He has completed 76-of-146 passes (52 pct.) for 946 yards and six TD while rushing for 86 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He has been sacked 12 times.    Damon Cox has carried the ball 68 times for 392 yards – 78.4 yards per game.SERIES HISTORY    UWF and UNA are tied 1-1 in the all-time series. Each team has held serve at home in the last two seasons.    In 2016, the third-ranked Lioins scored on the game-second play and led 34-3 after one quarter of play en route to a 51-3 win. UNA outgained UWF 528-172.    Last season in Pensacola, the Argos UWF piled up 355 yards of total offense while holding UNA to a season-low 129 in a 30-7 Senior Day victory The win secured a winning season for the second-year program. The UWF rushing game  finished with 161 yards. Anthony Johnson had a career night with 88 yards on 11 rushes. Mike Beaudry was 18-of-30 for 194 yards with three touchdowns as he connected with 10 different targets. The defense held UNA to a season-low 129 yards of total offense and zero offensive scores. UWF had a school-record tying seven sacks, to go along with nine tackles for loss.UWF ON THE ROAD    UWF made its magical run through the postseason with some of the best road play in the country. The Argonauts went 8-1 last year with five-consecutive victories heading into the neutral-site National Championship Game.    The Argonauts are now 11-6 all-time away from Pensacola, 3-2 in regular-season non-conference road games and 2-1 in road openers.DIVISION II ROAD VICTORIES IN 20178    WEST FLORIDA, Harding7    Texas A&M-Commerce6    Central Wash., Findlay, Minn.-Duluth, Minnesota State, Virginia State5    Ashland, Assumption, Bowie State, Delta State, Fort Hays, Indiana (Pa.), Shepherd, Shippensburg, Tuskegee, West Chester, Winona State.last_img read more

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UWF at Valdosta State Picked For D2 National Football Showcase

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first_imgUWF (6-1, 5-0 Gulf South) is currently ranked 20th nationally by the AFCA and D2Football.com Top 25 polls and fifth in the Super Region 2 rankings. VSU (8-0, 6-0) is the defending national champion and is ranked No. 1 in all three rankings. The teams are the only conference unbeatens in the GSC this season. UWF will return to action this Saturday when it plays host to North Greenville (3-5, 2-4). Kickoff at Blue Wahoos Stadium is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. The game can be heard on the UWF Sports Network at ESPN Pensacola 1330 AM/99.1 FM, beginning 30 minutes before kickoff. Tickets are available for as low as $10 in the bleacher seats. They can be purchased at GoArgos.com/FootballTix.  Print Friendly Version This will mark UWF’s fourth appearance in a Showcase game in just it’s fourth season of football. INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA has announced that the UWF at Valdosta State football game in Valdosta, Ga. next Saturday, Nov. 9 will be televised as part of the NCAA Division 2 Football Showcase. The game will kickoff at 7:05 p.m. Eastern Time at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium and air on ESPN3 and the ESPN app. About ESPN3ESPN3 is ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network, a destination that delivers thousands of exclusive sports events annually. It is accessible on ESPN.com and the ESPN App across computers, smartphones, tablets and connected streaming devices. The network is available at no additional cost to fans who receive a pay TV subscription from an affiliated provider. The network is also available at no cost to U.S. college students and U.S.-based military personnel via computers, smartphones and tablets connected to on-campus educational and on-base military broadband and Wi-Fi networks.last_img read more

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EPA Selects Communities in Alaska, Oregon And Washington For Brownfields Assessment And Cleanup Grants

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first_imgThe grants, ranging from nearly $200,000 up to $600,000, will be used to conduct brownfield site assessments and cleanups to help redevelop vacant and underutilized properties, transforming them into an asset for both the community and the local economy while protecting public health and the environment. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Environmental Protection Agency has selected communities in Alaska, Oregon and Washington for Brownfields environmental site assessment and cleanup grants. Suzanne Skadowski with EPA…… Also, municipality of Anchorage, was selected for two brownfields environmental site assessment grants totaling $300,000. Kodiak Island Borough and coalition members – the City of Kodiak and Natives of Kodiak, Inc., were selected for two brownfields environmental site assessment grants totaling $600,000. Skadowski: “EPA is committed to working with communities to redevelop Brownfields sites which have plagued their neighborhoods. EPA’s Assessment and Cleanup grants target communities that are economically disadvantaged and include places where environmental cleanup and new jobs are most needed. These grants leverage considerable infrastructure and other investments, improving local economies and creating an environment where jobs can grow. I am very pleased the President’s budget recognizes the importance of these grants by providing continued funding for this important program.” For more information about Brownfields Cleanup and Assessment Grants: www.epa.gov/brownfieldslast_img read more

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Blackstar Solutions extend partnership with Bristol Bears

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first_imgBlackstar Solutions, a leading provider of business communication solutions, are also set to join forces with Bears Women, to feature on the sleeve of both clubs’ home and away strips.A Bristol-based company, Blackstar deliver bespoke voice and data solutions and support services. They set themselves apart through their long established client relationships and 5-star Trustpilot rating. Group head of commercial Caroline Herbert said: “Blackstar Solutions have enjoyed a fantastic first season with the Bears and it’s been great to see the engagement between the organisations across social media.“They’ve embraced the humorous tone of Bristol Bears and it’s created a unique and fun relationship that has proved mutually beneficial.”Chief-executive officer of Blackstar Solutions, Nick Smith, added: “We’ve thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the first campaign in partnership with the Bears. From the guys visiting the offices, to the atmosphere at Ashton Gate on matchday, it’s a really special culture that Pat Lam and his team have created.“Our values of working hard whilst enjoying what we do and supporting a variety of Bristol community projects and charities is aligned with Bristol Bear’s culture.“We’re excited to see how we can collaborate in the coming season and continue to be part of the Bristol Bears journey, for both men and women. To support Bears Women and Kim Oliver’s side is massively important to us – we’re proud to be able to promote the women’s game in the city.”Find out more about Blackstar Solutions by clicking here.last_img read more

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Proper Centering For a Number ‘4’ on a Jersey/Shirt

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first_img Share this post Member of the Right Brigade I’ve always been stumped on this one, and seeing the Penguins logo thread inspired me to finally propose the question here. Looking up examples of Favre jerseys are no help, either, as it seems many of them center it based on the center of the vertical line that forms the right side of the digit, while others center it based on the overall width. Of course, this is only an issue with single-digit jerseys of #4 and not 14,24, ect, so I’m curious as to what everyone’s consensus is on this. Posted May 18, 2014 0 46,551 posts Sports Logos TBGKon Forums Home SportsLogos.Net Members BBTV Forums Home robbman21 3,106 posts Sports Logo News Go To Topic Listing 2,517 0 Sports Logos Share on other sites andycumbee19 Proper Centering For a Number ‘4’ on a Jersey/Shirt Link to post 17,998 Proper Centering For a Number ‘4’ on a Jersey/Shirt 1 Link to post What do they do with 1s in two digit numbers? Since the fonts aren’t fixed-width, do they center based on the overall width of both numbers combined? Or center each number in its “space”, as if they were equal width? Moderators Share this post ColeJ 2,517 Followers 0 Posted May 18, 2014 This topic is now closed to further replies. Link to post 1,259 Share on other sites Look At The Shape I’m In…Talkin’ To The Walls Again 1,259 70 1,259 TBGKon Proper Centering For a Number ‘4’ on a Jersey/Shirt By robbman21, May 18, 2014 in Sports Logo News 70center_img Sports Logo News Posted May 18, 2014 2,517 0 Share on other sites Share this post Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net Share this post ColeJ Location:Waxahachie, Texas Initialisms Suck Members 17,998 Sign in to follow this   Recommended Posts 0 I have to return some videotapes Link to post Share on other sites robbman21 Single digit numbers should be centered based on the overall width of the digit. 453 6,476 posts What do they do with 1s in two digit numbers? Since the fonts aren’t fixed-width, do they center based on the overall width of both numbers combined? Or center each number in its “space”, as if they were equal width?Overall width of both Posted May 18, 2014 17,998 4,350 posts 17,646 posts Link to post 453 All Activity Posted May 18, 2014 the number 4 ALWAYS looks wonky to me when i’m making concepts for exactly this reason. i always end up deciding that somewhere in between the two extremes usually looks the best, even though i realize that it is absolutely ridiculous to consider that the answer. it is not the answer.you’ve got to center by overall width, and just hope that your font doesn’t make it look worse than it already would. BBTV Members Sign in to follow this   andycumbee19 453 All Activity Location:Tampa Bay Share this post Members 70 Followers 0last_img read more

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Watford said to have offered manager €3.5m – But he rejected…

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first_imgIf the Italian sport media is to be believed, Carlo Ancelotti is edging closer to the sack at Napoli. There’s been all kinds of problems at the Serie A club this season, on and off the pitch, and they currently find themselves seventh in the league.For some sources, Gennaro Gattuso is the man who will take over, with it being claimed multiple times the AC Milan legend has held talks with Napoli and will take the role once Ancelotti leaves.To do so, he’s rejected Watford.That’s according to RAI journalist Ciro Venerato, who’s claimed Watford and clubs from China made offers to Gattuso which were knocked back.Firenzeviola quote Venerato as saying: “After the Champions League match (Napoli v Genk on Tuesday), Gennaro Gattuso will be the new coach of the Azzurri and against Parma it will be his first time on the bench. The former Milan manager refused Watford which offered him 3.5m salary, China, where two clubs also gave him 7/8m a year and finally Fiorentina, which gave him a three-year contract. Napoli, however, had already moved from Friday.”Gattuso would surely have been something of a gamble for Watford, and, like always, it’s inevitable that claims are made about managers rejecting a job once it’s been given to someone else.Watford have appointed Nigel Pearson, and would almost certainly reject claims from around Europe of them approaching other possibilities first.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoInstant Voice Translator43 Languages Instant Voice Translator Flying Off Shelves in Hong KongInstant Voice TranslatorUndoGrepolis – Online Free GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this Game! Already 35 Million PlayersGrepolis – Online Free GameUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndolast_img read more

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Outbreak of coronavirus in Znarok and Vītolins-led Spartak suspends training camp

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first_imgThe club, which was played by Latvian hockey players Kaspars Daugaviņš and Mārtiņš Karsums last season, is run by former Latvian national team player and former head of the Latvian national team Oļegs Znaroks, but he is assisted by Harijs Vītoliņš.Spartak confirms that a number of hockey players and team staff are currently being treated after positive coronavirus tests were recorded. Three Spartak players had positive analyzes before the team gathered. The hockey players were in isolation in their places of residence, ”the club’s website reports.“On July 10, the players, coaches and team staff involved in the training process were tested for Covid-19, taking all necessary precautions. According to the test results, positive analyzes were identified for two hockey players and one person from the team staff, ”the club said in a statement.“They were all immediately isolated in single hotel rooms, receiving the necessary treatment from the team’s medical headquarters. Players who tested negative for coronavirus were subjected to in-depth medical examinations, ”the club said.Before the start of the training camp in Novogorsk, another check of the players, coaches and service staff was carried out. Six players and one member of the team staff showed a positive reaction to Covid-19.“They were isolated in their homes. In general, the course of the disease is mild and without complications. Players with negative test results were allowed to participate in the training process in Novogorsk, ”the team’s website reports. “At the same time, following consultations with specialists from the Federal Service for Consumer Protection and Human Welfare (Rospotrebnadzor), it was decided today to suspend the training process and carry out additional inspections of all hockey players, coaches and club staff at the Novogorsk sports base.”The first additional inspections were carried out on 17 July, with repeated inspections scheduled for 21 July. Based on the results of these tests, a decision will be made on the further course of the Spartak training camp.Russian news portal sport-express.ru reports that Spartak team defender Andrei Zubarev has reported the illness on his Instagram website.Last season, the Latvian-represented team took fifth place in the main tournament at the Western Conference, but in the first round of the Gagarin Cup, 2-4 conceded to Mika Indraš’s Moscow “Dinamo”.last_img read more

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