NEW JERSEY (AP) – The second phase of New Jersey’s black bear hunt is off to a wet start with rain falling over the state. Hunters can only use firearms during the hunt, which runs from Monday through Saturday. The six-day hunt could end early if the number of bears killed reaches 30%. But the hunt could be extended by four days if the minimum of 20% harvest of bears are not tagged. The first phase of the bear hunt took place in October. Hunters using archery and muzzleloaders bagged 265 bruins during that segment. Hunting is restricted to five zones and hunters must bring their bears to a check station. The most bears killed during the first phase of the hunt were in Sussex County. Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. … [Read more...] about Second Phase Of New Jersey’s Bear Hunt Off To A Wet Start
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Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb 14th Annual W³ Awards Honors mStoner Clients — Lipscomb University and Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Two mStoner clients are honored with three silver award wins in 2019. CHICAGO (PRWEB) December 09, 2019 The W³ Awards celebrates digital excellence by honoring outstanding websites, web marketing, video, mobile sites/apps, and social content created by some of the best interactive agencies, designers, and creators worldwide. Two mStoner clients are honored with three Silver award wins in 2019. Lipscomb University received two Silver awards in the General Website Categories‐School/University for the … [Read more...] about 14th Annual W³ Awards Honors mStoner Clients — Lipscomb University and Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame
The bowl matchups are set — the Cheez-It matchup of Air Force against Mike Leach’s Air Raid might be the tastiest, at least among western schools — and the playoff bracket’s locked in, once again minus a Pac-12 representative. But, just for kicks, we wondered: What would an all-Front Range College Football Playoff — four teams, three games, one regional title — look like if it were played out this month, small-division style? First semi: No. 4 CSU (4-8) at No. 1 Air Force (10-2) Best guess: The Rams were fired up and ready — even down to the defensive game plan — for the Zoomies at Fort Collins, even if the fans weren’t. But with an interim coach in place and a CSU program in flux, the bracket’s worst matchup proves to be a disaster for a rematch. Unless you’re Donald Hammond III. AFA 35, CSU 14.Second semi: No. 3 CU (5-7) at No. 2 Wyoming (7-5) Best guess: The Buffs never figured out Khalil Tate, but Mel Tucker and … [Read more...] about Best of the West top 25: How would a College Football Playoff bracket of CU, CSU, Wyoming and Air Force play out?
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 9 Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 9 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com That was strange. The New England Patriots were booed off their home field Sunday as they headed off for halftime down 13 to the Kansas City Chiefs, reports said. CLICK HERE FOR MORE FROM THE NEW YORK POST Despite a comeback bid in the second half, the Pats fell 23-16. “You hear cheers, you hear boos, that’s part of being in sports,” Tom Brady told reporters following the game. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS LOSE TO KANSAS CITY CHIEFS, ENDING STREAK OF 21 WINS AT HOME New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady lands on the turf after being sacked by Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Chris Jones in the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP) The booing was a rare sight, given the Patriots’ dominance over the past two decades with Bill Belichick … [Read more...] about Tom Brady, New England Patriots, booed off field by their own fans during Chiefs game
A new Quinnipiac poll of the 2020 Democrats vying for the party’s nomination shows former Vice President Joe Biden with a significant lead over the field. Thirty-eight percent of those surveyed in the poll released Monday, said they’d vote for Biden if the primaries were held that day. That number is over three times higher than any of his competition. Similarly, Biden, who announced his campaign Thursday, dominated the media mentions over the last week.In a somewhat surprising twist, the poll showed Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren coming in second with 12%. She’s up eight percentage points from Quinnipiac’s March poll, the highest increase for every candidate but Biden. She beat out independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders by one percentage point in this poll, which showed him down 8 points. He took a hit this month after declaring his belief that every criminal, regardless of crime, should retain their right to vote throughout the length of their … [Read more...] about New Poll Shows Biden Way Out In Front, Warren On The Rise Too