Phil Anderson Philreports One person was killed and five others were injured in a head-on, wrong-way crash late Wednesday on Interstate 35 in Franklin County, authorities said.The crash was reported at 10:48 p.m. on southbound I-35 at K-68 highway, just east of Ottawa.According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, the crash occurred when a 2003 Chevrolet Suburban that was traveling north in the southbound lanes of I-35 crashed head-on into a 2018, four-door Chevrolet Impala that was traveling south...
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The Blarney Breakfast fundraiser for Easterseals Capper Foundation has a new home, and organizers are looking for a big crowd Saturday.The event will be held from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Blind Tiger Brewery and Restaurant, 417 S.W. 37th.
This training programme is an introduction to both soft and hard / permanent magnetic materials run over two days. Day One will begin by covering some basic magnetic theory such as terminology, units, underlying physics (such as where does the magnetic effect come from?) and concepts (types of ferromagnetism, anisotrophy, hysteresis, domains, coercivity, etc), to give a consistent grounding, and show how magnetic materials behave and the impact on manufacturing routes on material characteristics.
OK, Going forward, let’s limit officials’ video reviews during games to 30 seconds. If clear video evidence can’t be found to overturn call, then original call stands. And teams must go to their respective ends of the floor, with no communication with bench—so no free timeouts.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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