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Health officials last week said flu was blanketing the country but they thought there was a good chance the season was already peaking. But the newest numbers out Friday show it grew even more intense.

One measure of the season is how many doctor or hospital visits are because of a high fever, cough and other flu symptoms. Thirty two states reported high patient traffic last week, up from 26 the previous week. Overall, it was the busiest week for flu symptoms in nine years.

Hawaii is the only state that doesn’t have widespread illnesses.

This year’s flu season got off to an early start, and it’s been driven by a nasty type of flu that tends to put more people in the hospital and cause more deaths than other common flu bugs. In New York, state officials say a drastic rise in flu cases hospitalized more than 1,
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Usually, flu seasons start to wane after so much activity, but “it’s difficult to predict,” Jernigan said.

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Georgia now has 51 confirmed flu related deaths, up from 37 on Wednesday and 25 just a week ago.

The state Department of Public Health also reported Friday that there were 120 hospitalizations due to influenza infection in the eight county metro Atlanta region during the week of Jan. 21 through Jan. 27. total to 53. Public Health has confirmed one pediatric death in Georgia, identified by media reports as a Newnan teenager.

About half of the children who died apparently had been healthy and had no special vulnerability to this viral disease, Dr. Anne Schuchat, acting director of the CDC, said Friday.

“Unfortunately, our latest tracking data indicate flu activity is still high and widespread,” Schuchat said at a weekly briefing. The report is from data as of one week ago, the 10th week of this flu season.

“So far this year, the cumulative rate of hospitalizations is the highest since we been tracking in this way, which goes back to 2010, Schuchat said.

“This is a very difficult season,” she added.

The CDC also recorded an increase in the percentage of patients who visited medical providers complaining of influenza like illness across the nation.

“We have not hit our peak yet, unfortunately,” CDC spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund said, according to CNN. “Really, the bottom line is, there is still likely many more weeks to go.”

Schuchat said there are hopeful signs in the latest flu report.

“For the second week in a row, there are signs that activity in the West may be easing up,” she said, according to CNN. “However, we are by no means out of the woods.”

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Schuchat said parents should be especially concerned if their child has a high fever. In that case, parents should call their doctor to see whether a child needs to be seen or taken to an emergency room, NPR reported. “Worrisome signs are a very high persisting fever, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat or shallow rapid breathing, or significant tiredness or confusion.”

The predominant flu strain this season, H3N2, typically leads to more illnesses and deaths.

Dr. Patrick O commissioner of the state Department of Public Health, said this week that Georgians should call ahead to a doctor office, pharmacy or Public Health to see if they have availability of vaccine. WABE reported that some pharmacies are running low on flu shots.

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“I can’t remember a season with more deaths,” said Dr. Robert Levin, Ventura County’s public health officer for 19 years. He noted that the most common strain is still H3N2 influenza A, known for causing more severe symptoms and increased fatalities. But he also said a rising number of influenza B cases is being reported in recent weeks.

Read more: State officials say flu season could prove to be one of the worst in years

In some corners of the county, hospitals and doctors say the flood of cases that started in late December may be tapering off. A Thousand Oaks pediatrician reported that his flu cases have dropped 20 to 30 percent since the peak just after New Year’s Day.

Officials at both Los Robles Hospital Medical Center in Thousand Oaks and Adventist Health Simi Valley reported emergency room numbers have begun to decline.

Levin said he has not yet seen solid evidence that the flu is diminishing.

“Most seasons are two weeks,” he said of the peak period when flu is at its highest level. “We’ve already seen four weeks.”

Scientists hope they finally closing in on stronger flu shots to boost much needed protection against ordinary winter influenza and guard against future pandemics at the same time (Jan. 17)Dr. Catarina Castaneda said the number of peoplewith flu and cold symptoms coming to Las Islas Urgent Care Center in Oxnard rises almost daily. She said peopleare rarely tested for flu because of delays in getting results, and instead are treated based on their symptoms.

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The flood of people with high fever, trouble breathing and similarly severe symptoms pushed emergency rooms to full volumes through parts of December and January, meaning ambulances were routinely diverted to other hospitals.

In December, hospitals in Ventura County were on diversion for a combined total of 648 hours and49 minutes. Ambulance patients who needed emergency room or intensive care treatment were sent to less crowded hospitals in the county.

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In November before the flu surge hit, hospitals were on diversion for 188 hours, nearly five times less than the January mark.

“It’s a dramatic rise,” said Steve Carroll, administrator for the Ventura County Public Health Emergency Medical Services Agency, noting that there were instances when all hospitals in the county were on diversion. In those cases, patients were taken to the nearest hospital regardless of diversion status.

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Paul and Greg, who are florists, have worked pretty much every day at the shop since it opened in 1976. Paul’s only vacation was a three day trip to Florida in 1993.

Marilyn took five days off after the birth of each of her two sons, in 1975 and 1979, respectively, but otherwise has been a daily mainstay in the store.

“Mom worked every day after opening the beauty salon [in 1961],” said Marilyn of her mother, Megan. “In 2001, she caught a cough and she was cremated 21 days later.” She was 78.

“I want to live a little before I die,” Greg said.

Their brother Peter, 66, is a venture capitalist and president of the family business. He said rising electricity costs and big box stores also played a role in the decision to close the business. When the shop opened in 1976, he said, the highest monthly electricity bill was $28; last winter it was $3,000.

“The industry has changed,” said Peter, who said the family’s plan is to revert the property to residential. “Box stores have had a huge impact. They’ve taken a lot of the gravy out of it.”

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“We’re sorry to see you leave” has been a common sentiment, Marilyn said.

Former Kingston mayor Gary Bennett wrote on the company’s Facebook page that the shop was “a landmark institution in Kingston’s North End.”

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“Every morning at 8 o’clock, Dad would go over to mass at St. John’s just to get away from us while we were in the bathroom,” said Marilyn, laughing at the memory.

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Board members passed a 24 point resolution Tuesday, calling for Congress to ban assault weapons, require universal background checks and broaden the perimeters of school gun free zones.

The proclamation slammed the idea of arming teachers a topic heavily debated this week in the Legislature.

Superintendent Robert Runcie also wants an immediate, independent review of the social and educational history of Nikolas Cruz the 19 year old accused of committing the massacre at his former school, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

On Tuesday, a grand jury was called to determine whether there is enough evidence to charge Cruz with 17 counts of premeditated murder.

The superintendent proposed investigation would include a review of Cruz academic records, interviews with staff members who worked with Cruz, an analysis of any social and emotional help he may have received, and a review of the policies that were in place when he was a student in the school district.

Runcie estimated the investigation would take 10 weeks and cost $60,000. He suggested independent consultants conduct the review, as the complexity may require resources outside Broward County.

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While the school board tried to find ways of preventing future carnage, one of the students wounded in the rampage is planning to sue the school district and local sheriff office.

Anthony Borges was shot five times and remains hospitalized, his attorney Alex F. Arreaza said.

Four days after the shooting, Sheriff Scott Israel visited Anthony in the hospital.

Anthony and his family will seek unspecified monetary damages from Broward County, Broward County Public Schools and the Broward County Sheriff Office, Arreaza wrote in a notice of intent to sue.

“The failure of Broward County Public Schools, and of the Principal and School Resource Officer to adequately protect students, and in particular our client, from life threatening harm were unreasonable, callous and negligent,” Arreaza wrote.

The sheriff office has come under criticism because Deputy Scot Peterson, an armed school resource officer, stayed outside the school as the massacre unfolded inside, Israel said.

Peterson has since resigned from the sheriff office. His attorney said the sheriff account of Peterson actions is “at best, gross over simplification.”

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In Tallahassee, time is running out for House representatives to vote on Senate Bill 7026 dubbed the “Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act.” The legislative session ends this week.

SB 7026 would raise the age to buy a firearm from 18 to 21, require a three day waiting period for most gun purchases and ban the sale or possession of bump fire stocks.

It would give law enforcement more power to seize weapons and ammunition from those deemed mentally unfit and provide additional funding for mental health services and armed school resource officers.

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Before the Senate passed legislation Monday, it altered the bill to exclude those who “exclusively perform classroom duties as classroom teachers” from being allowed to carry guns at school.

However, those who teach Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps programs may be allowed to carry guns, according to the bill. Staff members who are current service members or current or former law enforcement officers would also be able to be armed, the proposal says.

Those staff members who want to be armed must complete 144 hours of training and meet other criteria, which includes 12 hours of diversity training, at the request of Sen. Randolph Bracy. The addition of 12 hours was the only Democratic amendment that passed in the Senate.

An amendment to drop the program was denied on Tuesday after intense debate on the House floor. Several representatives spoke out in favor of removing the program. Rep. Larry Lee, a Democrat, said without the program “this would be a perfect bill.”

Rep. Cynthia Stafford, a Democrat, called it a dangerous policy that could disproportionately impact students of color who might be mistaken for shooters.

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Social landlords, including Riverside, were arranging alternative accommodation for flood hit residents and their pets.

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The Scotiabank Saddledome was buzzing with excitement, and not just because Gary Bettman was in the building.

Micheal Ferland and Kris Versteeg were both back on the ice Friday morning, skating with the Calgary Flames during their pre game twirl and wearing yellow jerseys to signify their road to recovery.

is feeling a bit better so we monitor him today and see how the injury is after the skate, said Flames head coach Glen Gulutzan. is still a bit of ways off but now he at the point where he can do some pre game skates and we start to see how he progresses with some practice next week. Versteeg return is unclear, Ferland return to action is targeted on Monday when the Flames play at Pittsburgh or Wednesday at Buffalo.

Meanwhile Mike Smith has progression which has the Flames anxious about his return. Smith,
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35, has been on injured reserve after suffering a lower body injury on Feb. 11 in the final minute of Calgary 3 2 road win at the New York Islanders.

we were four days ago to where we are now, we taken a good leap, Gulutzan said of the netminder recovery.

The most pressing news is the fact the New York Rangers are in town and the Flames are coming off back to back losses against Dallas and Colorado. Calgary (32 24 9) is home for one game before heading on the road again for a three game swing through Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Ottawa.

The most recent was an undisciplined 5 2 loss at Pepsi Centre which featured a complete unravelling by the Flames.
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After Sunday’s clash against the Carolina Hurricanes at PNC Center, the Calgary Flames will part ways for the National Hockey League mandated break.

They wrapping up a four game road trip, looking to extend a six game win streak and certainly not wanting to ease off the gas pedal now not with the way the Pacific Division is log jammed and the fact the Flames finally just got themselves on stable ground.

But Glen Gulutzan coached the Flames (23 16 4) through a 10 game winning streak in 2016 17 almost exactly this time last year and is well aware of staying grounded, even keeled and consistent.

just stay steady on the wheel with these things, Gulutzan said in the wake of Friday 4 2 win against the Florida Panthers. me, it a good time to push. You push when you in these things because the guys are a little more receptive.

The Flames had a day off on Saturday in Raleigh, North Carolina, in preparation for Sunday matinee.

But with wins in Minnesota, Tampa Bay, and Florida to improve their road record to 12 5 4, there a lot to like about their game.

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we put ourselves in a good spot. penalty kill allowed one goal on four Panthers man advantage opportunities on Friday night, but it was the only blemish in the last six games (killing off 18 of 19). Meanwhile, their powerplay has scored in two straight games. And their final frames are tightening up.

They been out shot for the last three games but, otherwise, they winning games they weren able to win before. No other team in the NHL has more consecutive victories.

Mikael Backlund 11 of the Calgary Flames shoots the puck during a game against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena on January 11, 2018 in Tampa, Florida.

PK has been way better. Our powerplay has improved. (Friday) and in Tampa, I thought our third periods were really solid, Backlund said. Minnesota, we sat back a bit but found a way to win. I think that shows strength. We gotten good goaltending. We kept it simple when we had to, and made plays at the right time.

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Calgary Flames forward Michael Frolik stood at his locker stall after Tuesday stunning loss and played the blame game, pointing the finger directly at himself.

The Flames were less than two minutes from polishing off the Vegas Golden Knights when Frolik made a costly mistake, attempting a pass to one of his teammates in the defensive zone but instead sending the puck toward netminder Mike Smith.

Ten seconds later, after a top shelf snipe by Jonathan Marchessault, it wasn Golden Knights added an empty netter their third strike in just 53 ticks on the clock to seal a 4 2 victory.

The Flames 11 game point spree was suddenly toast.

a little bit, I guess, panicked, Frolik told a circle of reporters after the gut wrenching loss. just saw (TJ Brodie) there and just try to pass it to him, but I passed it to his backhand and I think he kind of let it go, and you guys saw what happened.

an awful play. At this time of the game, you probably just want to turn and get it out . . . It my fault. is arguably the hardest working guy on the Flames payroll and Tuesday marked his return to action after missing a month due to a broken jaw, so his pals weren going to pile on.

The Flames had suffered four straight overtime/shootout losses between their bye and the all star break.

thought we played a really strong game up until the last two minutes, said Flames left winger Sam Bennett. then we took our foot off for two plays, and the puck ended up in the back of the net twice, so it just not good enough.

now, it tough to swallow. We played a great game, up until the last two minutes. It shows what can happen if you take your foot off for a second. and Matthew Tkachuk provided the offence for the Flames in Tuesday devastating defeat, while Reilly Smith also scored for the out of towners.

Bennett second period marker was cringe worthy. Not the shot, but the way he slammed into the boards afterward.

Bennett buddies waited for him to climb back to his feet for a celebratory cruise past the home bench, but the third line left winger instead grimaced his way to the gate and headed straight to the locker room. Fortunately for the Flames, he returned without missing a shift.

Tkachuk would give the locals a lead with a sneaky goal late in the second.

He corralled a rebound at the edge of the blue paint and darted behind the net, with 19,289 fans and Golden Knights masked man Marc Andre Fleury fairly certain he would attempt a wraparound on the other side. Instead, the Flames surging sophomore slammed on the brakes, reversed direction and tucked in a forehand for his seventh goal in an eight game span.

like this, they sting. They hurt, said Flames head coach Glen Gulutzan. hurt every guy, they hurt everybody here, but it how you react to it. The good teams, you get back after a tough one like this and that what we going to have to do.
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[The headstones] mark the British war dead of 1940 45. Albania wasn a major theater of action, but apparently things were happening, because forty five British soldiers got killed. (I counted the stones.)

It was very moving. The stones were simple white limestone. Each had a regimental crest “South Lancashire Fusiliers,” and such a name, age, dates, and a short line. Sometimes these were obviously dictated by the family (“Your wife and mother will cherish your memory”); more often, they were lines of poetry or Bible verses. The youngest soldier I saw was 22; the oldest, 37.

The whole enclosure wasn more than twenty feet by thirty, tops. It sat at a wide spot in the path, overlooking the little lake. There was a small stela with some withered poppy flower wreaths, presumably laid by the local British community.

I did notice one odd thing about the site: the headstones seemed much older than the graveyard itself. But the headstones looked older, possibly old enough to date back to the war. The obvious conclusion would be that there was an original cemetery set up by the British just after the war, but that the Communist government shut it down after relations soured. (But then, why keep the headstones? Or did they simply move the whole thing to some isolated spot in the mountains for 45 years?)

That post got a number of interesting comments.

First, the little graveyard turned out to be a .

“Following the end of the war in Europe, an Army Graves Registration Unit entered Albania with the task of concentrating the remains of Commonwealth Servicemen, lost in the struggle to secure Albania freedom, into a site chosen in the capital, Tirana. However, due to the political situation in the country, this task could not be completed, though 52 sets of remains were recovered in the short time available. Eventually, in 1955, after repeated requests to enter the country were refused, the Commission took the decision to commemorate the 38 identified casualties on special memorials erected in Phaleron War Cemetery in Greece. This situation remained thus until 1994, when a change in the political situation in Albania allowed a Commission representative access for the first time. Gotta love Enver Hoxha. After nearly 50 years, I wonder how they found them?

Anyway, that explains why the gravestones looked old, though the graveyard was obviously new:

“At the beginning of 1995, the 38 special memorials were removed from Phaleron and re erected as close as possible to the site of the mass grave, in an area designated the Tirana Park Memorial Cemetery. In 1998, following a study of the Graves Registration unit files, it was possible for the Commission’s records staff to confirm the identities of a further seven casualties previously buried in Tirana War Cemetery as unknowns.”

The same site also has a nice

Lot of Special Ops fellows, which makes sense. A couple of air crews. Several Australians, too. Two NCOs who were just 19 years old.

And one Chaplain 4th class the Reverend Gareth Bernard, age 32, son of the Revd. Edgar Banting and Charlotte Emily Banting, of Plumtree Rectory, Nottingham. (Cantab.).

A Cambridge man, who came a long way from Plumtree Rectory.

Months later, I got this e mail:

I was pleased to find a reference at last to Revd. Gareth Banting. My father in law in named after this gentleman, who was a close friend of his father’s at Cambridge.

I was looking for any further details of Revd Banting’s death. The story told in my father in law’s family is shocking and hard to credit in its original form.

The story was that he died in North Africa. He is said to have come across a British sergeant about to drive a party of German prisoners across a minefield. Unable to countermand him, Revd. Banting undertook to accompany the Germans, and was killed.

Such an atrocity would be difficult for any British person to accept, especially in North Africa where the war was generally fought with chivalry one of the German commanders called his memoirs ‘Krieg Ohne Hass’ War Without Hate.

Knowing however that Revd Banting died in Albania, the incident becomes more credible. I couldn’t comment on the attitude of British Special Forces (he was attached to 2 Commando)to taking prisoners in general, but in a partisan war especially this partisan war the killing of prisoners would be much more common. The partisan war in the Balkans was as I understand fought with brutality and atrocity on all sides, especially against civilians and prisoners.

Personally I attribute the destruction of Yugoslavia in the 1990’s substantially to the grief and hatred the Germans left behind every bit as bad as in Poland and Russia.

I wanted to revisit this because I strongly agree with that last point. Much of the recent bloody history of the Balkans gets attributed to “ancient tribal hatreds”. That’s nonsense. A slightly more sophisticated analysis ascribes it to the fissures left by the breakup of the Ottoman Empire in Europe. That’s a bit better, but it’s still missing a huge piece.

The Second World War is the elephant in the kitchen of Balkan history. Many if not most of the region’s problems especially its problems with violence date back to that war and its aftermath. In Southeast Europe, World War Two was very bloody and very bitter, and it left festering scars that have not entirely healed today. Every country in the region was drawn into the war, and every country in the region took heavy casualties.

So, for instance, Kosovo. World War Two rolled over it with blood and fire, just like the rest of the Balkans. It was annexed to Italian Albania, then taken over by the Germans two years later. Tito’s Communists and the Serbian Royalist Cetniks both were active all over the province, shooting at the Germans and at each other. The Albanians tended to support the Axis, and some joined the “Skanderbeg” Waffen SS division. (A few went the other way and joined the Communists. None went with the Cetniks.)

So, between Communists, Cetniks, Germans and Albanians (Nazi and non), Kosovo was a free fire zone through much of 1944. And even after the Germans left, the killing kept on. The province wasn’t really quiet until 1949, and Tito’s new government had to kill a lot of Albanians first. So, much of the bitterness in the 1980s stemmed not from “ancient” hatreds, but from mutual accusations of atrocities, massacre and ethnic cleansing in the years between 1941 and 1949.

Anyway. God rest the late Reverend Gareth B. Banting. And may it be a long time before any other Cambridge men have to come to the Balkans to die.

Thank for this interesting story. I think you right when you write that WWII was a more important factor in the wars during the 1990s than any hatreds.

Of course, the breakup of the Ottoman empire led to WWI which led to WWII which led to Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo. But still, if things had been cleard up properly after WWII instead of being pasted over, things MIGHT have turned out differently.
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in a desperate situation. We know it. We need to get points. We need to climb back into this thing and put ourselves in a spot where we can catch teams.

no team in the league where you can come in and say, we just get by tonight and get points. It doesn happen. So we be ready. the Flames, Wednesday showdown with the Sabres marks the first of four consecutive matchups against playoff outsiders.

Right now, they fit that same description.

Thanks to four straight setbacks, three in a row in regulation before Monday 4 3 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Flames find themselves three points out of the wildcard picture in the Western Conference. They are now five points back of third spot in the Pacific Division.

think we played some good hockey in some games that we didn get any points, but that not good enough at this point, said Flames head coach Glen Gulutzan. need to play good hockey and find a way to get wins. That starts tonight. We know this is going to be a hard game, and we need to find a way to get points. paper, they should get points out of their next four on the road against the Sabres and Ottawa Senators and then home dates with the New York Islanders and arch rival Edmonton Oilers. Each of those squads are in spoiler mode.

How the last 16 games of the season are unfolding:

Even without the services of star centre Jack Eichel (high ankle sprain), the Sabres have won three of their past four.

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Johnny Gaudreau has gone cold, scoring just once in the past 10 games.1. SHOOTING BLANKS

The Flames need more production from their top guns, plain and simple. All star left winger Johnny Gaudreau snapped out of his four game offensive dry spell with a secondary assist in Monday 4 3 overtime loss in Pittsburgh but later misfired on a breakaway opportunity in sudden death. He only scored once in his past 10 contests. Gaudreau centre sidekick, Sean Monahan, has now been blanked in four straight skates. Calgary go go guys have combined for a minus 10 rating during the four game skid.

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Tuesday big news was a sighting of Flames stalwart Mike Smith, a surprise participant in an optional practice in Buffalo, but the injured all star isn ready to return just yet. Stuck on gate duties for five of the past six outings, David Rittich will be back between the pipes in Buffalo. The 25 year old from the Czech Republic has struggled mightily in a half dozen starts during Smith absence, with a 1 4 1 record and a woeful 4.41 goals against average and .864 save over that stretch.

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Familiar face Chad Johnson will be in the opposing crease Wednesday. Johnson, of course, was raised in Calgary and served as the Flames backup last winter. The 31 year old racked up 32 saves in his return to the Saddledome in late January and has been rolling ever since that 2 1 overtime triumph against his old pals. He posted a 6 2 0 record, a 2.05 goals against average and .933 save percentage in his past nine nods.

4. SOMETHING TO PROVE

The Sabres are stuck in the basement in the Eastern Conference and will be playoff outsiders for a seventh consecutive spring, but they made a statement by stunning a couple of legitimate Stanley Cup contenders. In the past month, the boys from Buffalo have notched two victories apiece against the Boston Bruins and Tampa Bay Lightning. That proof the Flames, fighting for their playoff lives, can afford to underestimate this opponent.

5. THIS N’ THAT

Sabres rising star Jack Eichel sniped the overtime winner during the Jan. 22 victory over the Flames at the Saddledome, but the 21 year old centre isn available for the rematch. He hobbled by a high ankle sprain The Flames haven had much recent success at what now KeyBank Center, losing their past three in Buffalo The Sabres recalled forward Danny O but he will be a healthy scratch.
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GREEN BAY In what amounted to his final pieces of business as general manager, Ted Thompson signed wide receiver Davante Adams and center Corey Linsley to contract extensions that will keep them with the Green Bay Packers for the foreseeable future.

Consider the deals a metaphorical welcome basket for Thompson replacement, Brian Gutekunst.

The Packers concluded their search for a new general manager Sunday by naming Gutekunst the successor to Thompson, who will transition to the role of senior adviser to football operations. And while signing Adams and Linsley to long term deals crossed two important items off the checklist, Gutekunst is not lacking for work as the Packers attempt to rebound from a dismal 7 9 season that saw them finish third in the NFC North.

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Here are five things Gutekunst must address in the coming months:

1. Sign Aaron Rodgers to extensionRodgers will become the highest paid player in the National Football League whenever he and the Packers agree on a new deal, which should take place this spring. At age 34, Rodgers remains in the prime of his career and has anywhere from four to seven quality seasons left to play. The Detroit Lions signed quarterback Matthew Stafford to a five year, $135 million contract extension Aug. 29, 2017, to give him the largest salary in the league. His deal averages $27 million per year and included $60.5 million in guaranteed money. Derek Carr of the Oakland Raiders (five years, $125.025 million) and Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts (five years, $122.970 million) round out the top three. Whatever terms Rodgers and the Packers agree on, expect them to be even bigger.

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who lost some of his explosiveness and had only 482 receiving yards, has a cap hit of $12.55 million. Gutekunst must consider whether to release Nelson or Cobb, pay them the full amount or ask to restructure their contracts.

3. Draft an edge rusherAs minor injuries nagged Clay Matthews and Nick Perry down the stretch, nothing was more apparent defensively than the Packers lack of depth at outside linebacker. Second year pass rusher Kyler Fackrell, a third round pick in 2016, has not produced the way Thompson hoped he would after 36 tackles for loss in three seasons at Utah State. Rookie Vince Biegel saw his growth stunted by foot surgery that cost him all of training camp. And at age 33, veteran Ahmad Brooks lacked the pop he had earlier in his career despite giving tremendous effort. The Packers have the No. 14 pick in this year draft after finishing 7 9. Raji with the ninth overall selection. This might be the Packers best chance to draft a quality pass rusher who can contribute from day one, and Gutekunst surely knows it.

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LaunchHouse, a co working community, will celebrate its 10 year anniversary this year. Ten years ago, my business partner Dar Caldwell and I started our dream out of a room above Geraci’s Pizza.

During the last decade, I watched as the city of Cleveland and the Northeast Ohio region grew to accommodate the hungry entrepreneurs who decided to make this place their home. The one feeling that has sustained me the most during this last decade has been one of hope. I have that same feeling as I look forward to what this year will bring for our region’s entrepreneurial community.

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Cleveland does not have to mimic the West Coast tech hub to be relevant it simply needs to keep playing to its strengths.

2. Libraries will continue to evolve as hubs for entrepreneurs.

Cuyahoga County has taken the lead by creating innovation centers, and the trend will spread to other systems throughout Northeast Ohio. This trend is not isolated, and I expect other library systems to follow suit. Just as Amazon changed how we consume books and ordered goods online, automation and technology will do the same for libraries across the state and country. Libraries will evolve to be more than just repositories of knowledge. They will be places where entrepreneurs launch their next big idea.

3. The conversation around supporting startups will shift from “funding” to “community.”

Ask any startup founder and they will tell you that getting seed funding for their venture is on the top of their mind. Yet if you look around Cleveland, the valuations and requisite funding are nowhere on par with that of California, New York or any VC heavy area. To keep our startup community vibrant, rather than asking, “How can we ensure that startups are funded in Cleveland?,” we ought to shift to asking, “Besides funding, what can we do as a community to help a startup become successful?”

Many in the business community can provide access to their networks, mentoring opportunities and guidance for many of the new startups that will be founded in 2018.

4. There will be an increase in collaboration between the entrepreneurial communities in Cleveland, Akron and Youngstown.

Over the past few years, each city has developed its own unique entrepreneurial community, and it’s only natural that collaboration will increase among them. Whether it’s Bounce in Akron, the Youngstown Business Incubator or the network of incubators and co working spaces in Cleveland, each city and their surrounding suburbs have a wealth of talent and knowledge to share with each other.

5. Suburbs will play an increased role in Northeast Ohio’s economic development.

While tax incentives can work to lure large businesses to an area on the promise of bringing jobs, much of where our economy will change will be on the individual level. Members of the “gig economy” and freelancers are increasing; more parents are staying at home and starting side hustles while raising their kids.

Suburbs are uniquely positioned to take advantage of drawing in these new types of workers through offering places to work along with communities suited to raising families.

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Chelsea are fast approaching “crisis” territory. Three points from their last four league games has put Antonio Conte under intense scrutiny, with defeat to Manchester City on Sunday likely to leave the Blues five points adrift of the top four.

But in our fickle sport crisis and optimism are never far apart; a shock win at the Etihad would clear the gathering clouds, reaffirm Conte’s tactical nous, and restore confidence in the dressing room ahead of Chelsea’s trip to the Camp Nou in a fortnight. In other words, it’s a pretty big game.

It is increasingly clear that bold attacking tactics are the best way to hurt Manchester City. Arsenal might have been hammered on Thursday night but for the opening ten minutes they looked very dangerous on the break, largely because Arsene Wenger deployed Danny Welbeck alongside Pierre Emerick Aubameyang in a narrow 4 2 2 2 formation. As Liverpool showed in their 4 3 defeat of Pep Guardiola’s team, City’s high line can be exposed if you’re brave enough.

It’s never easy to predict which combination of forwards Antonio Conte will pick. His best bet this weekend is to play Eden Hazard up front with Pedro and Willian behind (as in the 1 1 draw with Barcelona) in order to create a fast, fluid counter attack that pushes City back. However, the Italian is prone to caution in big games and thus Alvaro Morata, without a goal since Boxing Day, or Olivier Giroud will likely start.

In fact, Conte tends to play an uber defensive 3 5 1 1 for big away games and he will probably revert to type following his sides’ chastening at Old Trafford last weekend. City, then, are early favourites to dominate possession and grind Chelsea into submission although using a three man central midfield does mean there’s room for Cesc Fabregas:

2) Will Fabregas successfully launch counter attacks in Fernandinho’s absence?

Manchester City are considerably weaker without Fernandinho in the side. Statistically, the Brazilian doesn’t complete many defensive actions (3.4 tackles and interceptions per match, not even enough to put him in the Premier League top 40), but his positional play during sustained periods of Man City possession is crucial to Guardiola’s tactical shape. His screening work in front of the defence blocks off opposition midfielders as the attempt to break, forcing them into wild clearances that gift possession back to the league leaders.

Ilkay Gundogan isn’t as disciplined or positionally intelligent, and consequently Fabregas should occasionally find space to launch one of his long diagonals into the channels, gaining vital ground for Chelsea while moving Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata into dangerous territory. The Spaniard’s ability to instigate breakaways will define Chelsea’s participation at the Etihad.

Of course, from a defensive standpoint playing Fabregas in midfield comes with its own risks

3) Can much improved Aguero inflict damage in Chelsea’s soft centre?

It goes without saying that City’s pair of false eights, Kevin de Bruyne and David Silva, are the primary threat to the Chelsea goal. Few players in world football dominate the half spaces quite like these two, who should be able to pull Fabregas and Danny Drinkwater out of position.

Theoretically, Chelsea’s deep defensive shell should prove suffocating in central areas, but this wasn’t the case against Manchester United last weekend. Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku wriggled through the tight spaces ahead of the Belgian’s equalising goal, highlighting Drinkwater’s poor defensive positioning relative to Tiemoue Bakayoko (who, unlikely to recover from a knock, won more tackles than any other player when the two sides met at Stamford Bridge).

Perhaps the most interesting development at City over the last month has been Sergio Aguero’s sudden improvement. After 18 months struggling to adapt to Guardiola’s tactics, the Argentine has suddenly begun to drop short at the right moments, linking play neatly to make the champions elect even more fluid in the final third.

Dropping off Andreas Christiansen, Aguero will help De Bruyne and Silva swarm central attacking midfield, exposing a certain brittleness developing in Chelsea’s midfield.

4) Who will come out on top in the battle between Moses and Leroy Sane?

The most interesting head to head on Sunday is between Victor Moses and Leroy Sane. Moses will need plenty of support from Cesar Azpilicueta to keep the Germany international quiet, but equally Sane must work harder than usual to ensure Moses doesn’t inflict damage at the other end.

Sane is fast becoming the world’s best out and out winger; his contribution against Arsenal on Thursday was, frankly, frightening. Even if Moses and Azpilicueta double up on him, the 22 year old could come out on top.

However, Sane must track back. Danilo isn’t the most consistent of left backs, while Fernandinho’s absence means the space behind Sane won’t automatically be shielded. Should Chelsea break forward, keep an eye on the foot race between Moses and Sane.

5) Will crosses from deep prove decisive in such a tense, claustrophobic game?

As Premier League matches increasingly become attack versus defence the good old fashioned cross has come back into vogue (Liverpool, for instance, have begun swinging balls into the box from deep in response to losing Philippe Coutinho’s pinpoint through balls). Statistically, the two most accurate crossers in the division are Manchester City and Chelsea. In what should be a low scoring game defined by a congested midfield, crossing the ball from deep positions could play a surprisingly large role.

De Bruyne, the fourth most frequent crosser (from open play) in the Premier League, will no doubt look to cross towards the back post, an area Chelsea have struggled to defend throughout Conte’s spell in west London. De Bruyne will seek out Sane’s brilliant arcing runs in between the wing back and centre back.

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The students presented him with a golden crown and a scrapbook of memories and had a group picture taken.

“Ian has been the hub of a network that kept people in touch he held theme parties, and he displayed the work of the artists in his classes, announced their shows and bought their work,” said Leslie Davis, a Harris student for 11 years.

Harris is retiring to the Palm Springs area, from which he has been commuting three days a week to conduct fitness classes that began in the early morning and ended in the evening. He said it was a difficult decision to leave the students he had come to consider his family.

“This is a really hard thing to do, and I am scared,” Harris said. “But my great Aunt Emma always said you never stop because you are afraid. And we will keep in touch somehow.”

Harris already has begun to volunteer at a home that provides temporary housing for families of critically ill patients at a desert hospital. He is also considering developing spa programs for the desert resorts.

“It’s a Y in the road,” said Harris, who shares his path with Ben, an English bulldog, Boston bull terriers Lola and Levi, four parrots and four tortoises.

Harris designed Recreation Department fitness programs for seniors, teaching older students how to recognize their bodies’ weaknesses and strengths and bring their bodies back into balance.

Both men and women attended Harris’ classes. And they stuck with it. Jacques Camus was a Harris student for 13 years, Mary Miller for 10 years

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“After learning about muscles, joints and bones, he came up with the ‘The Harris Method,'” said photojournalist Arline Issacs.

Many of Harris’ estimated 2,000 students came to him on the recommendation of medical professionals.

“My doctor said it was a good class,” said Jayamala Sargent, a Harris student for 10 years.

Her doctor is Gene Levine, who also attended the classes.

“He comes and he sent all of his patients here,” said the doctors’ wife, Vivian Levine. “We started before the fire, and we just kept coming.”

The Harris Method will continue to be taught by Leslie Davis, who has previously substituted for him. Winter classes will begin after the first of the year.

The winter Recreation Department brochure should be in Laguna mail boxes by Monday, when registration begins. Call (949) 497 0716.20051209ir5mg1knDON LEACH / COASTLINE PILOT(LA)Devoted student Mary Gene Meagher bids farewell to Ian Harris, her longtime fitness coach, at the Irvine Bowl.
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TRAVERSE CITY Gym memberships are the crux of many a New Year’s resolution, but you might want to check the fine print first.

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is urging caution this month after 2017 brought a rash of new complaints about gyms, health clubs and fitness centers across the state.

Last year, 595 complaints were filed with the state’s Department of Attorney General, compared to just 84 in 2016. The jump spurred the department to create Lose Weight, Not Money, a consumer alert, to spread awareness of predatory practices.

“(When we receive a complaint), we help consumers try to solve a problem as quickly and easily as they can,” said Deputy Press Secretary Megan Hawthorne. “That’s always our goal, to prevent a bad situation.”

About half of 2017’s complaints were lodged against Family Fitness, a western Michigan chain that, since July, has been subject of a class action lawsuit led by Schuette. Complaints against other gyms, the department says, focus on discrepancies between employee promises and membership contracts, aggressive sales tactics and confusing or expensive cancellation processes.

Local gyms say future members should be sure before they commit or start with a month to month contract.

“I think people try to get out of (their contracts) because they change their mind,” said Jenny Olds, a manager at Traverse City’s Battle Fitness. “And it goes both ways some gyms can be shady, too. I’ve seen gyms where you get a great introductory rate, and then it goes up and they charge your card. I can see where consumers are coming from.”

Battle Fitness relies on more straightforward methods to draw customers, Olds said.

“We don’t do any hidden fees being local, our face is here and plastered on our building. We want to keep a good reputation,” she said. “Something I like to do when I’m doing a new membership (is) run over the key points. We rarely get complaints.”

A member’s rate won’t change during the course of a membership, Olds said, and introductory prices last through the full 12 and 24 month membership options.

The only added charge Battle Fitness members see is a one time $15 club enhancement fee, which goes toward new equipment.

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Cancelling a membership early comes with a $50 charge.

“And you should have a reason if you’re moving, show proof of an address change; a doctor’s note,”Olds said.

Traverse City’s Anytime Fitness takes a similar approach.

“We have a 12 month contract and an 18 month contract, and we do month to month for those who don’t want a contract,” said manager John Allen.

The gym’s contracts are easy to navigate, he added, and members are made aware of the $50 cancellation fee before signing.

“If they’re in the military or moving, or having financial issues and they come in and talk with us beforehand, we usually will work with them,” Allen said.

The gym hasn’t received any complaints so far this year, he added.

“The reason we do contracts is to give (members) some accountability on their end to stick with it,” Allen said. “I haven’t seen much hesitation.”

Other gyms and health clubs offer a class by class structure which some, like Bodies in Motion owner Cheryl Send, say is easier for consumers and their instructors.

“I have taught before at gyms and they kind of turn me off,” she said. “I wanted to start something a little bit different, as far as working out.”

Send’s studio, at 10660 E. Carter Road, specializes in dance based workouts like Zumba and cardio drumming, and rents its space to different instructors. Each instructor sets their own schedule and class by class rate.

Those who want more of a commitment and to try a few new things have options, too.

“I do offer a coupon book,” Send said. “It’s $50 and you can use those coupons to try any class.”

Trigger Boxing Gym, which offers classes for children and adults, runs its martial arts classes on a session by session basis as well.

“There’s no contracts for what we do,” said owner Bill Bustance. “They sign a release, of course, and we have deals if you buy six sessions at once.”

Under Trigger’s policy, there is no charge for sessions cancelled at least 24 hours in advance. A normal session fee is charged for no shows and sessions cancelled within 24 hours.
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Probably no other sport has such a large and diverse volume of written work than sport fishing. Egyptians wrote of catching fish in the Nile on hook and line and Dame Juliana is credited with writing her Treatise of Fishing in 1496. Later, in 1653, Izaak Walton wrote the Compleat Angler, which is, apparently one of the most widely printed books after the Bible. It wasn long however before books began appearing about the excellent fishing that was available in the colonies.

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