There is still time to get your cutout before the Bearcats start conference play on December 19. For more information, click here. “A picture is worth a thousand words,” Putnam said. “The players can’t see us in the stands rooting for them but they can see us in spirit. We’re there.” “I was a little sad that I couldn’t come and watch the game,” Putnam said. “I watched the women on TV the other night.” “I had several calls after the board meeting and when they started to do it, they were really excited about it,” Putnam said. This will be the first time since the Events Center opened that season ticket holder Jerry Putnam won’t be cheering on the Bearcats in person. Putnam says he thinks the cutouts are a great way to support the student athletes. Putnam says after it was announced many season ticket holders were excited to participate. In November, the department announced Bearcat fans were able to purchase a cutout of themselves to sit in the stands at the men’s and women’s basketball games. The athletic department says so far there are 175 cutouts of alumni, students and season ticket holders. “This community has been great to support a lot of different things,” Putnam said. “They support athletics. They support these students athletes.” VESTAL (WBNG) — With no fans allowed at games, the Binghamton University Athletic Department is giving them a unique experience this season. During a board meeting and with a suggestion from Putnam, the athletic department decided to do something to bring their fans to the games.
The criteria according to which the park is included in the World Heritage List correspond to the criteria, which describe the area containing incomparable natural phenomena or areas of outstanding natural beauty, the criteria are areas that represent outstanding examples of important stages in the country’s history, including life records and significant shaping geological formations, or which have significant geomorphological features; and by criterion (ix) areas that are outstanding examples of a significant continuous ecological and biological process in the evolution and development of terrestrial, freshwater coastal and marine ecosystems and plant and animal groups. Also, the Plitvice Lakes National Park invites visitors to buy tickets online, and they also offered promotional prices in their accommodation facilities. So the bed and breakfast in a standard double room at the Hotel Lake amounts to from 294,00 kn per person, which is more than great value for money. Thus, from October 26 to December 31, the prices of one-day tickets will be HRK 80,00 for an adult, HRK 50 for students and HRK 35,00 for children (7-18 years). Also, in the same period, the prices of two-day tickets will be 120,00 kn for an adult, 70,00 kn for students and 60,00 kn for children (7-18 years). UNESCO DAY OF PLITVICE LAKES NATIONAL PARK In geological terms, Plitvice Lakes are divided into Upper Lakes located on a dolomite base and Lower Lakes located in a limestone canyon. The invaluable natural values of the Park area and its exceptional beauty go beyond national boundaries, which was confirmed on October 26, 1979 when the Plitvice Lakes National Park was inscribed on the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List, including 53 sites from around the world. Thus, Plitvice Lakes become a natural asset of all peoples of the world, under the protection of UNESCO. According to currently available data from the UNESCO website, 1121 properties have been recorded on the World Heritage List, of which 213 are natural. As they point out from the Plitvice Lakes National Park, the team of chefs from the Lika House has prepared new gastronomic offers for the autumn and winter seasons. Thus, visitors to the National Park will have the opportunity to order dishes such as traditional soup with lamb, potatoes and vegetables, tortellini stuffed with cottage cheese (handmade tortellini with pumpkin cream, arugula pesto, fried pumpkin seeds, sauteed mushrooms, ripe cow cheese) and many others . An important element of every tourist destination, which is so neglected. Also, from the Plitvice Lakes National Park, they have prepared a new gastronomic offer in their restaurants. By the way, in all facilities under NP PJ you can taste traditional Lika dishes, and the National Park cooperates with small family farms, as well as local producers gathered in the Lika Quality system, which consists of 57 producers with 160 products. Cover photo: Plitvice Lakes National Park / Author: Vedran Božičević Today, October 26, 2020, Plitvice Lakes National Park marks the 41st anniversary of its inclusion on the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List. “There are waters, lakes, waterfalls and forests elsewhere – and yet Plitvice Lakes are on only one for the whole world! ” (Ivo Pevalek, 1958) Photo: NP Plitvice Lakes Plitvice Lakes were declared a national park on April 8, 1949. This is certainly an opportunity for travel agencies to make interesting arrangements, and not one-day, but at least weekend trips, in order to offer a much broader tourist story of Lika. Anyone can come for a day to the Plitvice Lakes National Park, without the need for travel agency services. However, if the guest is offered a weekend experience in Lika, that’s something else. The continuous tempering process that creates travertine barriers is part of a unique universal value (OUV Outstanding universal value) due to which Plitvice Lakes became a World Natural Heritage Site. The area of the national park is one of the most impressive karst units in the world with specific geological, geomorphological and hydrological features. Although the water surfaces of the Park occupy less than 1% of its surface, Plitvice Lakes are the most recognizable and most striking towards waterfalls and lakes. Plitvice Lakes National Park lowered the prices of their tickets by the end of the year. Otherwise, Lika is slowly but surely developing from year to year, and thus offers a wide range of activities and facilities, from canoeing on the river Gacko, sleeping in tree houses, Deer Valley, House of Velebit, buggy rides, horseback riding tours, top Lika gastronomy, cheese roads, etc.… Also, if you are targeting Zagreb, you can offer a full day trip to Karlovac and the surrounding area. From the phenomenal freshwater aquarium Aquatika to the new beer tour in the city of beer, which is on your way to Lika. Opportunities are all around us. “Plitvice Lakes National Park is special in every season, and autumn has a special magic, so we invite everyone to discover it, surrounded by the colors and scents of forests and the sounds of waterfalls.”Point out from the Plitvice Lakes National Park.
I’m for gun ownership, but am sickened by the acceleration in the scope of mass killing made possible by the assault-style military weapons used most recently. Florida, Nevada and Connecticut have all had records set for the biggest mass killing in state history since 2012 — all with military-style assault rifles. But gun legislation has remained elusive. So let’s leave the Second Amendment alone and make gun violence a free-market issue. Let economic incentives, or disincentives, regulate gun ownership by requiring firearm insurance.Like car insurance, each state would require that all firearms must be insured before the sale of that weapon. Insurance companies would have to carefully vet each citizen applying for insurance and make sure lies on applications are fact-checked.If that gun is used in a (single or mass) killing, the insurance company would have to pay out significant damages to victims. The incentive for meticulous screening and the costs of insurance would prohibit a lot of mentally unstable people from procuring firearms. It wouldn’t be perfect, of course.There is no panacea for the problem of a country of 323 million citizens possessing 300 million firearms already. It might save a few lives moving forward though. And what do we have to lose?Christopher OgnibeneNiskayunaMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationNiskayuna girls’ cross country wins over BethlehemFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Puccioni’s two goals help Niskayuna boys’ soccer top Shaker, remain perfect Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion
“Since the tourist returned to their hometown on Jan. 28 and the first symptoms of the disease appeared on Feb. 5, it is very likely the infection occurred on mainland China,” Ketut said.He also explained that if the 14-day incubation period was taken into account, there was a possibility the tourist did not contract the virus in Bali as there was an eight-day gap between their flight from Indonesia to Wuhan and the day when the symptoms started to appear.Read also: Lion Air confirms passenger named ‘Jin’ among 188 on Wuhan-Bali flightThe Health Ministry had received 77 samples from 16 provinces across the country as of Thursday. So far, 71 coronavirus samples have tested negative, while the remaining six are still being examined. “Bali is safe from the coronavirus and we are always ready to welcome visitors,” Ketut said.Topics : The Bali Health Agency has managed to identify a hotel where a Chinese tourist who allegedly tested positive for the novel coronavirus had stayed during his vacation in Bali. “We have checked the data from the Ngurah Rai Immigration Office, and found out that we have a record of the tourist who came to Indonesia through I Gusti Ngurah Rai airport on Jan. 22,” Bali Health Agency head Ketut Suarjaya said in a written statement received by The Jakarta Post on Friday. However, he did not disclose the exact name or location of the hotel.Read also: ‘We will trace his movements’: Bali officials respond to report of coronavirus-infected touristJudging from the virus’ incubation period as well as the tourist’s travel duration, it is difficult to determine if the tourist was infected in Bali, he added.
In honor of our region’s brewing tradition, on Saturday, August 18, the first annual Olympia Brew Fest will be taking place at the Port Plaza.The celebration will feature 60 different beers from 30+ hand-picked breweries, food vendors and live music to complete the day. Admission includes six tastes and a souvenir cup.Brew Fest takes place from noon to 10pm. Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door, designated drivers only $5 at the door. All attendees must be 21 years or older. www.olybrewfest.comProceeds support small business development efforts through the Thurston County Small Business Incubator. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0
Image Courtesy: Jagran/AFPAdvertisement kz91pNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs3wnc7nWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E75w83( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) qrd0Would you ever consider trying this?😱xbzoCan your students do this? 🌚n6Roller skating! Powered by Firework Although West Indies put up a hefty target of 316, the batsmen of Team India had their own prowess to successfully chase the run in yesterday’s victory at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack. A huge credit goes to Ravindra Jadeja, who’s stormy 39 runs near the end of India’s innings helped the hosts secure a 4 wicket win. Along with appraisals from fans and media, the legendary Sourav Ganguly himself too it to social media to praise the all rounder.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Jagran/AFPThe current president of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Ganguly posted his priase for the squad members as they all contributed to seal the final victory of the series, which concluded a 2-1 victory for India.The 47 year old wrote: “Another win @bcci …congratulations..good performances with the bat in a pressure game..jadeja s improvement with the bat so important …”Advertisement Jadeja’s blistering 39 runs came off just 31 balls, along with 4 boundaries. Speaking after the match, the 31 year old said:“It was a very crucial innings as it came in a series-decider. The wicket was so good to bat on, we could just played with singles. We just needed to play according to the merit of the ball.”Advertisement The Chennai Super Kings star was not a regular squad member of India’s ODI matches this year, only featuring in 15 out of 28 games in 2019. However, the win has seemingly helped him gain his confidence back for the format.“I needed to prove to myself that I am still capable of playing limited-overs cricket. I need not prove to anybody else in the world, just needed to prove to myself,” Jadeja added.The Men in Blues opening duo Rohit Sharma and K L Rahul blasted off the start of their innings with 63 runs and 77 runs respectively. Skipper Virat Kohli made a blistering 85 off 81 with 9 fours.Jadeja made his ODi debut in 2009 against Sri Lanka, and has earned 177 caps in the format.With last night’s win, India has become the most successful ODI team of the last decade, with a win-loss ratio of 1.987 registering 157 victories out of 249 matches.Ending the decade with a 2-1 series win over the Windies, Team India will be taking on Australia in their next ODI series in January.Also read-Records show that India is officially the most successful ODI team in the decade!Rohit Sharma reacts to ending 2019 as player with most ODI runs Advertisement