NHL offseason filled with a lot of interesting questions

The avalanche will soon shift their focus to the off season but let them have fun first. Lightning will do too, but it takes a few days to decompress after losing their attempt to get three peats in a 2-1 loss in Game 6 on their home ground. The rest of the NHL is already … Read more

Local golfer shoots 55 at Oak Ridge

Norton Shores, Michigan (Wood) – In its nearly 100-year history, Muskegon’s Oak Ridge Golf Course has hosted thousands of golfers but no one knows the course quite like Andrew Rothkowski. “Since then, I don’t know, I was 10 years old?,” Rothkowski said. “Each hole has its own distinct character. It’s a good place to go … Read more

Andy Murray fights back to defeat James Duckworth in the first round of Wimbledon | tennis news

Andy Murray celebrates after beating James Duckworth at Wimbledon Andy Murray recovered from losing the first set to defeat James Duckworth and reach the second round at Wimbledon. Playing for the first time since suffering an abdominal injury in the Stuttgart Open final earlier this month, Murray netted 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 in two hours … Read more

Mercury showed his best defense in the win over Indiana Fever

Phoenix Mercury has dealt with adversity all season long and has added the recent departure of Tina Charles Center to its ongoing supplement. However, the team accomplished what it had been looking for all season and played its most connected defense. As a result, Mercury beat Indiana Fever 83-71 on Monday in the footprint center. … Read more

Contestant from the NASCAR Fan Podcast takes the podium at the 5th Media Cup | local news

Loudon – I’m not a car guy, and I’m definitely not a speed demon behind the wheel. I’m fortunate to have hit 80 mph in my Toyota 88, and the probability of a crash without an airbag in a truck that weighs nearly as much as a modern sedan tends to keep my accelerator off … Read more

Balance/Sustainability – Relatives of wolves spawn themselves in a climate ‘trap’

Scientists have identified the first predators ever seen changing their reproductive strategy due to climate change: the distant relatives of the wolf, called African wild dogs. But their breeding shift — giving birth in cooler winter temperatures — may actually backfire, as their young struggle to cope with the deteriorating summer heat, according to a … Read more

Barbara Crissy | There is no planet b

This year the government aims to invest 2.2 billion rand in managing protected areas, restoring ecosystems, removing alien species and preventing wildfires. This will create at least 48,982 jobs in rural areas, writes the minister Barbara Cressi. The recent floods in KwaZulu-Natal, the Eastern Cape and parts of the Northwest that killed hundreds of people … Read more