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For that I can never repay you.

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On my first day in the Creative Writing Conservatory, I met you. You were skinny, wearing a striped T shirt, glasses and an inquisitive look. You didn’t even introduce yourself to me. There was no need. We didn’t have to build a friendship, because within days, it formed all on its own.

I knew I liked you when you, our friend Lily and I wrote a musical based on the song “Mambo No. 5” by Lou Bega. I knew I liked you when you helped me change the AP English language teacher’s quote of the day to be grammatically incorrect every week just to mess with her. I knew I liked you when our friend Julienne tried to teach you how to dance to trap music. I knew I liked you when you ranted about why Buca di Beppo means “Joe’s Basement” (claiming that “Beppo” is short for “Giuseppe,” which in English is “Joe,” and “Bucca” means “hole,” which can be slang for “basement”).

I knew I loved you when I realized our conversations lasted till three in the morning. I knew I loved you when you ruthlessly shamed me for liking plain La Croix not pamplemousse and when you selflessly took time out of your day to help me get a B in AP calculus. I knew I loved you when you took me to your senior prom.

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I hate that someone took away my chance to say all this to you. I wish I could look in your blue eyes and say these things to you. Instead, I will tell everyone else.

I am honored to have known Blaze. The heartbeat of his 19 years on this Earth beats like the brightest flame on the august altar of Rome. The river of his life is lined with Spanish candles blazing in a summer breeze and thousands of painted rocks from every person who loved him.

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YORK Capt. Paul C. Haebler is ready to turn over command of Yorktown Naval Weapons Station, a post he’s held for three satisfying years.

But Friday’s change of command ceremony isn’t the only transformation at this sprawling, yet low profile installation. New, energy efficient living quarters are being built to accommodate an influx of Marines. Efforts are ongoing to find ways to engage the public about the base.

Haebler is on his way to Fleet Forces Command in Norfolk to work in an anti terrorism role, so he won’t oversee that celebration. That will fall to the incoming commander, Capt. Matthew Kosnar. But the upgrades he’s helped direct should give the installation a head start on its next hundred years. The base now has about 2,800 personnel, split between active duty and civilian.

Accommodating the Marines will require three multi level barracks. The first one is erected, the second is on the way, and third is yet to be built. The capacity of the galley has been doubled, and the Marines will also require other support facilities that will allow them to train.

And don’t forget working out.

But even with the extra Marines, the weapons station will not feel crowded. It spans some 13,000 acres, much of it wooded. That’s by design, thanks to missiles, torpedoes and other ordnance strategically stored around the base. The sites are configured so that a problem with one storage site will be isolated from the rest of the base.

That ordnance is loaded onto Navy warships that navigate up the York River on a weekly basis to be re armed, and also onto ammunition supply ships that serve aircraft carriers.

The vast expanse of open space is deceptive, something to keep in mind if Congress ever convenes another military base closing round. In this case, open space does not translate into wasted space, Haebler said.

“There is not a lot you can do in those areas except for activities related to ordnance and training,” he said.

Besides storage of weapons, the installation is a vast complex of training areas that includes helicopter landing zones and areas for explosive ordnance disposal training. It hosts 37 tenant commands that span supplies and logistics, medical support and, or course, munitions.

The diversity of the base represents an untold story, and one that officials would like to expand upon. During his three years, Haebler spoke at civic groups and became involved in Greater Williamsburg and Peninsula chamber organizations.

He acknowledges that more can be done to raise the station’s public profile, although it has to happen with security in mind.

“To most people it’s some green sign on the highway Weapons Station Yorktown this way and that’s all they know,” he said. “And they don’t even know what a weapons station means.”

In this case, it means more than weapons. The wooded areas are home to deer and other wildlife, including the bald eagle. History is a large part of the base as well.

A series of archaeological surveys that began in the late 1990s led to the discovery of the famous Kiskiak Indian village known to Capt. John Smith as well as more than 300 other historic sites. The Navy has also taken steps to preserve the ancient Lee House, an unusually rare early 18th century brick structure whose history dates to the mid 1600s.

In 2012, a Yorktown employee with a background in geology spotted whale bones along the York River shoreline. A subsequent excavation and examination discovered that the bones were 7 million years old.

The Navy also maintains such sites as Cheesecake Cemetery, which holds the remains of an African American soldier who received the Medal of Honor during the Civil War as well as members of an early Anglican church built before the Revolution.

“Every time I turn around, I find something historical about the base,” Haebler said.

These attractions have potential for public engagement, something officials will keep in mind as the station approaches its 100th birthday.

All in all, Yorktown Naval Weapons Station has been an eventful assignment for Haebler, who is a career submariner. His resume includes a stint in command of the USS Alaska, a ballistic missile sub.

“It’s one of the neatest job changes you can imagine,” he said. John Erickson contributed to this story.
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Department of the Interior wants to revise the boundaries of the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument, which straddles the border of California and Oregon, but the agency final report to the president does not recommend reducing the area by a specific acreage.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke final report on 27 national monuments recommends modifying the boundaries for four of the areas, including Cascade Siskiyou. Department of Justice is reviewing whether the 48,000 acre addition to the monument was done legally.

have not set down specifically what an adjusted boundary would look like, Zinke said.

Zinke announcement came a day after President Trump announced he will shrink Bears Ears National Monument in Utah by about 85 percent to 315 square miles, divided into two separate areas.

The president also plans to downsize the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument by nearly half, to 1,569 square miles, divided into three areas.

Environmental groups saw the department report as opening the door to reducing the size of the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument and allowing mining, grazing and timber harvesting in the area.

The future of the Cascade Siskiyou has been up in the air since President Trump in April ordered a review of 27 monuments designated since 1996, covering at least 100,000 acres and made without adequate public consultation. addition to recommending revised boundaries, the report recommends addressing impacts on private lands and timber lands known as O lands.

The monument management plan should also be revised to protect objects, public access, tribal cultural use and hunting and fishing rights, the report says

While recommending changes, the report says there are features to protect in the monument.

DOI (Department of the Interior) should work with Congress to secure funding for adequate infrastructure and management needs to protect objects effectively, the report says.

The monument has been controversial since its designation in 2000. Conservationists say its unique ecology deserves protection while timber groups and others say the area doesn warrant protection and is an example of presidential overreach.

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He also noted there are 52,485 acres of private land included in the monument boundaries.

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Travis Joseph, president of the American Forest Resource Council, said the monument expansion violated federal law because it includes land designated by Congress as sustained yield timber lands.

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But Ben Greuel, regional director for the Wilderness Society, disputed whether the O lands were prohibited from being included in the monument.

The area location at the intersection of the Siskiyou Mountains and the Cascade Range warrants its continued protection as a monument, he said.

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Supporters have also noted the Siskiyou Mountains contain rocks that date back 425 million years and are some of the oldest in the state. The area is also home to more than 275 species of flowering plants, according to the Klamath Siskiyou Wildlands Center.

Dave Willis of the Soda Mountains Wilderness Council said on Facebook that monuments like Cascade Siskiyou were under attack by the Trump administration.

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Denial Confusion exists, feelings of being overwhelmed, acting like nothing is different checking out are common employee reactions in this phase. Communication and sharing of information is critical to overcoming this type of employee reactionAcceptance Renewed energy starts to become evident, optimism appears and doubt begins to dissipate. Excitement and risk taking become evident. This is when the vision must be restated and shared with every employee taking the time for full explanation and answering all questions.

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The Premier League other representatives have far more possibilities in the next round, with one of Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool or Manchester United very likely to draw Juventus.

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RED DEER The slogan is, not our first rodeo. it Red Deer first Canadian Finals rodeo and the combination of the Red Deer Chamber of Commerce and Westerner Park has resulted in CFR 45 through CFR 54 being signed here with much fanfare Tuesday evening.

Hundreds of citizens and rodeo people from around the province gathered between the boards of the Enmax Centrium, home of the Red Deer Rebels, for the announcement of the 10 year deal to deliver the event that was born and raised in Edmonton.

A partnership of Westerner Park and the Red Deer District Chamber of Commerce made it happen and the event was less a press conference than a production.

A surprise, maybe even a shock, to some might be the fact that despite about half the seats in the rodeo configuration in the Centurium compared to the Northlands Coliseum, cowboys head negotiator Jeff Robson was able to put together a 10 year deal featuring $1.65 million a year in prize money.

The final go round of the CFR in Edmonton featured $1.5 million in prize money. That worked out to $201,250 in each of the major events, saddle bronc, bareback, bull riding, calf roping, steer wrestling and ladies barrel racing.

How much of a challenge was it to get the money to that level?

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Since the CFR began at the old Edmonton Gardens in 1974 the event has been the big payoff for cowboys who compete in small rodeos around the Canadian West for precious little prize money to make it in the top 12 and the chance to some make some real money.

Some examples from November include bull rider Marcus Gloria of Edmonton who qualified by winning $18,830 during the season then cashing in for $43,000 over six performances in Edmonton and Orin Larson of Inglis, Man., who qualified with $15,353.93 over the year in bareback but took home a cheque of $43,125 from the CFR.

the biggest concern was the venue size. It come in around 8,000 with the chutes in and everything. said Robson. it is a lot smaller than Edmonton but there are some creative ways to work around that as well.

plan is to live stream the CFR into a lot of buildings and they have a lot of buildings here. The Memorial Cup was a raging success here. We try to make it work. to run six days instead of five with an added junior event on the Saturday afternoon, the first Red Deer run will go from Oct. 30 to Nov. 4, two weeks earlier than most CFR in Edmonton.

really think it will worked well with AgriTrade here. To put AgriTrade and the CFR here on the same week here I think would have been a real challenge, said Robson. way we looked at it was move up the date and maybe guarantee a little better weather. backers are projecting a $20 million economic impact for Red Deer.

It was revealed in this column 10 days ago that after 44 editions the Canadian Finals Rodeo run is done in Edmonton. The Oilers Entertainment Group had informed the CPRA negotiating committee they would not submit a bid to keep the event in Edmonton at Rogers Place.

Losing a staple event that once produced an economic impact of $40 million a year in Edmonton, didn have to happen. Two years ago then rodeo cowboy rep Dan Eddy lost one of the biggest games of chicken ever played in these parts where Calgary twice tried to rustle the CFR from Edmonton in its prime.

The original deal Eddy turned down on the third bump involved getting a TV network deal to help make a dramatic difference with sponsorship and value.

Nothing resembling the OEG final offer that Eddy and the original group rejected was ever returned to the table by OEG because they believed the value of the property dropped dramatically in the interim.

The 44th edition of CFR had an announced attendance of 90,268 but included enough discounted $10 tickets that they were listed as a factor in OEG decision not to bid for the event.

So Red Deer it is. And there wasn much point in looking back here Tuesday.

lot of our membership probably doesn know a lot of about all the stuff that happened. What they didn have, they didn know, said Robson.

What they do know is that the have a place to rodeo.

The bottom line is that the Canadian Finals won be what it used to be but that doesn mean it won be worthy.

contestants will happy to have the stability of a 10 year deal and to work with people who are really excited about bringing it to their community and that a really important piece for us, said Robson.
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Burrows, in his first game back from a 10 game suspension, redirected Karlsson’s slap shot from the point shortly after a pair of Vegas goals tied it at 4. also had a goal and two assists for Ottawa.

Vegas has lost three straight and fallen to second in the Western Conference behind Nashville after briefly sitting atop the NHL standings. It is the expansion team’s third three game losing streak of the season. The Golden Knights have never lost four in a row.

The Senators, meanwhile, snapped a five game skid and improved to 8 18 5 on the road this season. Ottawa also got goals from , and .

“We came out with great jump,” Karlsson said. “Our legs were definitely there today, and we were making sure that we made the necessary plays under tight pressure.”

Ottawa outshot Vegas 38 29, becoming just the 10th team to outshoot the Golden Knights on their home ice.

notched his 18th win by stopping 25 shots. Marc Andre Fleury had 33 saves for Vegas.

“We wanted to make sure we weren’t going to get outworked by a very hard working team. That was our number one priority,” Ottawa coach Guy Boucher said. “Our players took this very seriously.”

After opening the season 19 2 2 at home, the Golden Knights are 5 5 in their last 10 in Las Vegas.

The Golden Knights got goals from Reilly Smith, Colin Miller, William Karlsson and Ryan Carpenter.

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it was clear the Golden Knights were missing forwards and and defensemen and .

Neal, Sbisa and Schmidt were gameday scratches, while Bellemare remains on the injured reserve list.

“It doesn’t matter if you’re missing skilled guys or talented guys,” Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said. “We got out competed tonight.”

Smith was named the NHL’s Third Star for February after ranking fourth in the league with 20 points in 14 games. He got his 22nd goal just 58 seconds into the game to give the Golden Knights a 1 0 lead.

Stone, who leads the Senators with 24 points on the road, tied it less than two minutes later when he took Ryan’s pass in front of the crease and slipped it past Fleury.

With Vegas on the power play, Miller’s wrist shot from the point at the 18:22 mark gave the Golden Knights a 2 1 lead, despite the Pacific Division leaders getting just three shots on goal over the first 20 minutes.

The second period was all Ottawa. It knotted the game at 2 all when Stone fired an outlet pass from the bottom of the right circle of his own zone to a streaking Ryan for a breakaway goal.

Duchene scored a power play goal through traffic, and Pageau potted a one timer four minutes later for a 4 2 lead.

William Karlsson brought the Golden Knights back when he converted a turnover into his 35th goal of the season. Moments later, it appeared Vegas’ Erik Haula may have tied it, but a rebound off the post bounced away from the line and ended up under Anderson’s pads.

Instead, with 12:03 left, Carpenter used a nifty deke to get around and shot through the five hole to tie it.

NOTES: Vegas owns a 26 5 1 record when scoring the first goal, and its .838 win percentage when recording the opening mark leads the NHL. But the Golden Knights have lost three straight after scoring first. . Smith is two goals from 100 in his career. . Ryan is four points shy of 500.
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