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Houston Texans Podcast: NFL Preview Week 2 of 2021

The fortune tellers have packed their bags. The crystal balls have turned into bowling balls. The cups are dishwasher safe. Our hands are now gloved. For we are now archaeologists, with brushes and shovels, slowly discovering the unknown. Lithographs and pictograms. Hieroglyphics and monolithic crumbles. Shards of porcelain and oligarchs. We see who’s good and …

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UConn women’s basketball releases 2021-22 non-conference schedule

The UConn Women’s Basketball Non-Conference List is officially established. Like most years, the Huskies will play one of the toughest slates in the country with six opponents who finished in the NCAA NET rankings: South Carolina (4), Louisville (6), UCLA (8), Oregon (10), Tennessee (16) and Arkansas (24) as well as seven teams (these six …

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Weather blog – Rain on top in Greenland for the first time

Hello bloggers, The climate is gradually changing right now. Something unusual happened last month in Greenland. From the National Snow and Ice Data Center: “On August 14, 2021, rain was observed at the highest point of the Greenland ice sheet for several hours, and air temperatures remained above zero for about nine hours. It was …

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The Future of Freight – Part I: A Blog Series About CH Robinson and Federal Preemption | Porter Rennie Woodard Kendall LLP

Miller v. CH Robinson Worldwide, Inc., one of the most significant lawsuits in recent history for the trucking industry, is currently on appeal to the United States Supreme Court. In that case, defendant broker CH Robinson asserted that 49 USC § 14501 (the Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act, 1994, “F4A”) prevails over plaintiffs’ state law …

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Line of showers, thunderstorms hit until Wednesday evening

Hi! Wednesday morning picked up where Tuesday night left off – beautiful, sunny and dry. However, this afternoon through this evening, a line of showers with encrusted showers and potentially a few thunderstorms is rolling from west to east with a brief gusting wind. The threat of severe weather phenomena is non-zero, but seems much …

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Joe’s Weather Blog: Ida Churns in the Gulf of Mexico (SAT-8/28) | FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV

No big changes to our local weather throughout the weekend. What has been written and discussed over the past week continues with chances of rain tomorrow. There may be a few showers in the morning… with better chances later in the day or in the evening. Another chance for pop-ups in the area on Monday, …

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Battlefields and backyards highlight historic September events | Blogs

When it comes to historical events, September promises to be a very busy month with plenty to do and see at the historic sites in our region. Blountville The Battle of Blountville takes place September 24-26 at Old Hawley Farm, 1173 Hawley Road, near the Tri-Cities Airport. This event has attracted over 7,000 visitors in …

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