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North’s Deputy First Minister self-isolating

first_img Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Homepage BannerNews Twitter Previous articlePfizer supply issues cause of hospital vaccination programme – Dr McCauleyNext articleTributes paid to Dr Tom McGinley News Highland Facebook By News Highland – February 1, 2021 DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Pinterestcenter_img Google+ WhatsApp Google+ Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister is self-isolating after a case was identified in her household.Michelle O’Neill says she will work from home after being identified as a close contact for the second time.Under rules in the North, she must now complete 10 days of isolation. Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook North’s Deputy First Minister self-isolating RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programmelast_img read more

Buffalo Reef Meeting in Lake Linden

first_imgThe Buffalo Reef Task Force has scheduled a meeting in Lake Linden later this month to discuss with the public three alternatives tentatively selected for further analysis in the fight to save this important natural reef off the Keweenaw Peninsula.The meeting will take place on July 31 at the Lake Linden-Hubbell High School, located at 601 Calumet Avenue in Lake Linden.In February, the task force issued an alternatives analysis which briefly described 13 strategies for managing historic copper mine tailings threatening to destroy spawning habitat and recruitment areas important to Lake Superior whitefish and lake trout in and around Buffalo Reef.Mine tailings, called stamp sands, were dumped a century ago into Lake Superior at Gay, Michigan, during processing of copper ores from the Mohawk and Wolverine mines. Since that time, the sands have moved south along the shoreline with wave action toward the reef.Earlier this year, the task force sought public comment on whether there were additional management strategies the group should consider and whether any adjustments should be made to the management strategies or risks described in the draft analysis.In May, the task force released a responsiveness summary to public comments on the analysis of the alternatives.On June 20, the task force met to review the 13 alternatives and hone the finalists down to three options that will be fleshed out further in the weeks ahead with specific costs and feasibility.These three alternatives include:Maintenance dredging at the Grand Traverse Harbor and an underwater trough area, with a stone revetment built to retain the stamp sands;Dredging the entire area with disposal of the stamp sands in a newly constructed landfill to be located nearby;Dredging 15 million cubic yards of stamp sands with disposal in the White Pine Mine tailings basin in Ontonagon County.“At the public meeting, we will discuss the selection process, request public input on the choice of the three finalist alternatives and on moving forward with these choices for full review and development,” said Stephanie Swart, a Buffalo Reef Task Force Steering Committee member and Lake Superior coordinator with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. “We will also provide the public with an update on this summer’s dredging work.”Maintenance dredging has been ongoing this summer in the harbor and the trough area to buy time to develop a long-term solution to the stamp sands issue.last_img read more

Senior Scramble results

first_imgDEDHAM — Results from the Lucerne Golf Club’ Senior Scramble results from Monday and Thursday are as follows:Monday: First – Tom Winston, Mark Molnar, Ralph Alley and Doug Deans (-6); Second (tie) – David Gubler, Kerry Woodbury, Bob McKenney and Russ Black (-5) and Dennis Kiah, Bob Landis, Barry Harris and Bob Fraser (-5); John Somes, Mike Dore, Bill Ferris and Bob Francis (-4); Bill Brooks, John Lee and Royce Morrison (-3). Closest to pin: No. 2 Mike Dore (12.1) and No. 6 Doug Deans (5.8).Thursday: First – Tom Winston, Bob Mc Kenney, Bill Ferris and Jim Bonzey (-6); Second – Mel McLay, Paul Bowden, Wesley Walker and Kerry Woodbury (-5); Royce Morrison, Alan Cust, John Somes and Mark Johnson (-4); (tie) Bill Brooks, Ralph Alley, Charlie Perkins and Bill Hallett (-4), Ben Sawyer, Mel Bowden, Scott Mac Arthur and Bruce Blanchard (-4), and Roger Chandler, Ted Pierson, Richard Baker, Jim Awalt (-4); Ron Linscott, Ron Snyder, Bob Francis and Dennis Kiah (-3); (tie) Carl Williams, Jim Mabry, Ron Allen and Bob Carter (-2), Barry Harris, Don McCubbin,, Bob Wilks and Robin Young (-2), Alan Gray, Daryl Briggs, Howard Flewelling and Mike Dore (-2), and Phil Carroll, Jack Hinds, Dennis Payson and Ken Greenlaw (-2); Ken Goldstein, Lloyd Deans, Bob Fraser and Dan Crouse (-1). Closest to pin: No. 1 Tom Winston (8.9) and No. 6 Kerry Woodbury (5.9).This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

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