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The H-DN dual season heats up as Eureka, Fortuna pick up wins

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first_imgCrescent City >> The Eureka Loggers wrestling team made a huge and emphatic statement in Wednesday’s Humboldt-Del Norte Conference dual match against Del Norte, defeating the Warriors, 51-25, at Del Norte High School to remain unblemished in conference action.“It was just one of those nights where everything snowballed on us and we couldn’t recover,” Del Norte head coach Clint Schaad said.The tone was set early, as Eureka’s Forrest Russell-Yount scored a two-point takedown and an escape in …last_img

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Local Roundup: Fortuna’s Katie Hurst breaks three school records in Oroville meet

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first_imgOroville >> Fortuna High School track and field athlete Katie Hurst’s meteoric rise to the top of the Humboldt-Del Norte League continued on Friday as she broke three school records at the Norm MacKenzie Invitational at Harrison Stadium.Hurst finished first and broke school records in her three featured events — the long jump, triple jump and high jump.The Huskies sophomore leaped 18 feet, 1-3/4 inches in the long jump, hopscotched to a 36-1/2 mark in the triple jump and soared 5-09 in the …last_img

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Alaska, Where Building Code Funds Got the Cold Shoulder

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first_imgGovernor says environmental conditions in Land of the Midnight Sun “not conducive to federally mandated, universal energy code” for buildingsIt took a little coaxing from her colleagues, but Alaska Governor Sarah Palin eventually agreed to accept most of the federal stimulus money for which the state is eligible, including $28 for home weatherization programs.As reported last week, though, Palin declined a $28.6 million allocation that would require adoption of more-stringent building codes.“In this case, one size does not fit all. Local governments and many unincorporated communities have very different needs and abilities to implement or enforce a statewide mandate,” the governor said in a statement.The relevant text of the stimulus bill, Section 410 (click here for a PDF of the law), requires each state receiving these “energy efficiency and renewable energy’’ funds to implement energy code for residential buildings that “meets or exceeds the most recently published International Energy Conservation Code, or achieves equivalent or greater energy savings,” and requires the state to enforce the code in way that brings new and renovated residential and commercial building space into compliance within eight years.There’s no denying there would be substantial challenges to implementing building code in a state as vast as Alaska, especially given its long and punishing cold season. But the state population totals less than 700,000, and it does seem as if $28.6 million could go a long way toward improving building efficiency standards for a population that small.Hey, it gets cold in North Dakota (population about 642,000), too.last_img read more

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Assam NRC publishes ‘additional draft exclusion list’ with 1.02 lakh names

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first_imgThe office of the Coordinator for the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam on Wednesday published an “additional draft exclusion list” containing the names of 1,02,462 people.This list is different from the one containing the names of the 40.07 lakh people excluded last year from among 3.29 crore applicants.On this additional list are those whose names were included in the draft NRC published on July 30, 2018, but were subsequently found to be ineligible for three reasons.“People found to be declared foreigners or doubtful (D) voters or with cases pending at Foreigners’ Tribunals discovered after publication of the draft NRC are in the additional list. So are their descendants, as applicable,” a State government spokesperson said.The other categories of people in the additional list are those found to be ineligible while appearing as witnesses in hearings held for disposal of claims and objections, and during the process of verification carried out by the local registrars of citizens registration.According to the office of the NRC Coordinator, the additional list was prepared under the provisions contained in Clause 5 of the Schedule of The Citizenship (Registration of Citizens and Issue of National Identity Cards) Rules, 2003.“The additional draft exclusion list will not contain the results of claimants and objectees appearing for hearings held for disposal of claims and objections February 15 to June 26. The results of those hearings will be published only in the final NRC to be published on July 31,” an officer handling the NRC exercise said on the condition of anonymity.Officials said hard copies of the additional list would be available at the NRC Seva Kendras and offices of the Deputy Commissioner, Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil), and Circle officer for public viewing during office hours. Particulars of this list could also be viewed online at www.nrcassam.nic.in.“Those excluded will also be informed individually through letters to be delivered at their residential addresses along with the reason for exclusion. Each letter will mention the venue of claim submission and hearing. Such persons will have the opportunity to file their claims to be settled through a hearing by a disposing officer,” the officer said.The submission of claim and its disposal through a hearing would take place together. The hearing would start from July 5. All such claims would be disposed of thereafter and the results would be declared in the final NRC, the officer said.last_img read more

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