Celtic defender Kieran Tierney believes they now have a realistic chance of reaching the Europa League knock-out phraseThe Scottish champions secured a vital 2-1 win over RB Leipzig at Celtic Park on Thursday following goals from Tierney and Odsonne Edouard.The result leaves Celtic tied with second-place Leipzig on six points with two games left, albeit behind on goal difference.“We have given ourselves a fighting chance going into the last couple of games,” Tierney told Sky Sports.Match Preview: RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 RB Leipzig will have the chance to prove their title-winning capabilities when they host Bayern Munich today at 18:30 (CET).“They are still favourites going into the last couple of games. It’s a fighting chance and that is all we can do now – just take it game by game.”Celtic will travel to Norway to face Rosenberg BK on November 29 in their next Europa League fixture.However, Brendon Rodgers’ side will now turn their focus to Sunday’s SPL game against Livingston.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaiocos, January 29, 2018 – Providenciales – Please be advised that Paradise Road West is scheduled to be paved beginning by 8:00am on Monday, January 29th. Paving activities will last a full day.During this time, Paradise Road West will serve as a one-way road. It will be closed to incoming from Winward Road and Paradise East, however, it will remain open to incoming traffic from Cooper Jack Bay Road as displayed above.If you are a resident of this street, your property access may be temporarily blocked with equipment as paving progresses. We ask that you please make appropriate arrangements to depart and/or return to your residence prior to paving commencing. Similarly, please do not plan to depart or return while paving operations are taking place immediately in front of your property.Traffic controllers will be present to give necessary directions to motorists thereby ensuring safe and efficient operations. We apologize in advance for any disruptions caused by this work. Thank you for your patience as we work to improve the roads in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos.Release: TCIG Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:
**Updated with Monday’s Sound-off program**Sound-off – 9amAudio Player08-06-2018-SOUND-OFF-9AM-AGDC.mp3Vm08-06-2018-SOUND-OFF-9AM-AGDC.mp300:00RPdSound-off – 10amAudio Player08-06-2018-SOUND-OFF-10AM-AGDC.mp3Vm08-06-2018-SOUND-OFF-10AM-AGDC.mp300:00RPd Meyer will answer questions pertaining to the AK LNG project including regulatory and commercial progress since they took over the project that has been in the works for over 3 decades. Meyer will be joined by hosts Karen McGahan and KSRM News Director Jennifer Williams live on KSRM. Tune in to KSRM 920AM at 9am on Monday morning or click here to stream the program live. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Last updated on August 7th, 2018 at 10:39 amThe President of the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation will appear on KSRM’s Sound-off on Monday, August 6, from 9-11am.
All senators were present Monday. Democratic Sen. Elvi Gray-Jackson of Anchorage, who last week voted for the bill to pay a full dividend, was among those Monday who voted against bringing the issue back up. Dividends traditionally have been paid using Alaska Permanent Fund earnings, which lawmakers last year also began using to help pay for government expenses. A law passed last year also seeks to limit what can be taken from fund earnings for dividends and government. Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy has maintained that lawmakers should follow a longstanding formula and pay out a full dividend. He also has said the formula should not be changed without a vote of the people. Dividends have been capped the last three years amid an ongoing budget deficit. While some lawmakers agree with Dunleavy’s position, there are legislators who argue the formula is outdated and unsustainable. Last week, with a prominent supporter of the proposal, Republican Sen. Mike Shower, absent, the Senate voted down a full dividend payout, which would cost an estimated $1.9 billion for checks estimated to be around $3,000 to qualified residents. The bill was one vote short of passage. Senators deadlocked 10-10 on a vote of whether to rescind their action last week, when they voted down the full payout. The next step for trying to reach agreement on a dividend remains to be seen with the end of the special session looming. Special sessions can last 30 days. That threshold will be reached Friday. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The Alaska Senate on Monday failed to revive a bill that would pay a full dividend from the state’s oil-wealth fund this year.
The University of Phoenix is offering 40 full- tuition scholarships to individual making a difference within the African American Community. The application period is open until March. To learn more visit www.phoenix.edu/dream.
The Afro-American Newspaper held its annual Diversity in Careers and Education Expo, sponsored by BGE, on Sept. 22 in the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in downtown Baltimore. Over 1,000 people lined up for open positions at the 20 exhibitors.