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Archery Guyana meets with Sport Minister

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first_imgDIRECTORS of Archery Guyana paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr. George Norton at the Ministry’s headquarters on Main Street on Wednesday.During the visit, they discussed with the Minister who also has responsibility for Culture,Youth and Sport, their plans for the future and gave an update as to the progress of Archery Guyana thus far.A proposed Junior Archery Programme, Schools Programme and Para-Archery Programme were also discussed with plans being made to pursue more outreach programmes.Early in2018, Archery Guyana will be hosting an International Olympic Coach here for 10 days to conduct a coaching clinic.Persons interested in becoming involved in the sport are urged to do indicate early so they can learn and be able to benefit from the said coaching.Minister Norton has expressed his commitment to work with Archery Guyana and looks forward to help promote and developing the novel sport in Guyana.last_img read more

D.O. Sportscast Episode 18: Beat writers discuss Cameron Indoor and SU’s final two games

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first_imgUPDATED: Feb. 27, 2018 at 6:03 p.m.Beat writers Sam Fortier and Tomer Langer join the show to discuss Syracuse basketball. Fortier starts by breaking down what it’s like to cover an event at Cameron Indoor Stadium (0:00-6:00). Then Langer provides our weekly random Kenpom stat. Then the writers play stock up stock down (13:00-17:00) before finishing on the final two games of SU’s season and FBI investigations into the NCAA.CORRECTION: In the podcast, the seed Syracuse needs to avoid to not play on Tuesday of the ACC Tournament was misstated. Syracuse needs to avoid a bottom-6 seed to not play on Tuesday of the tournament, not a bottom-4 seed. The Daily Orange regrets this error. Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder textcenter_img Published on February 26, 2018 at 10:45 pmlast_img read more

Spectra Transmission Expansion in Taylor

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first_imgSpectra Energy now says it has service agreements with customers, which reinforces its plans for transmission expansion from its McMahon plant in Taylor.The so-called T-North expansion project will increase eastbound transportation capacity by 153 million cubic feet per day.It will be accomplished through increased compression at existing compressor station sites, which the company says will minimize project costs and also the impact on local area landowners and the environment.- Advertisement -The eastbound expansion is scheduled to be in service by “early” next year and the westbound expansion toward the “end” of 2010.As usual the project is subject to receipt of regulatory approvals.last_img read more