On Friday, Dec.2, the boys were in Leduc, taking to the ice against the Roughnecks. Despite scoring the game’s first goal, the Tracker Flyers did not get off to an ideal start, allowing five goals against in the opening frame.However, the Flyers did make it interesting in the second, netting four goals, compared to Leduc’s one, exiting the second period trailing only 6-5.The third period started well for the Flyers, who tied the game up at 6-6 only seven minutes into the frame. Unfortunately, the tie did not last, as the Roughnecks scored with seven minutes left in the game, for a final score of 7-6.- Advertisement -Saturday, Dec 3, the Tracker Flyers made their way to Sturgeon, to play the SHC Mustangs. Unfortunately, the usually potent offence of the Tracker Flyers didn’t accompany the team to Sturgeon, as the team only scored one goal, suffering a 4-1 loss. The Tracker Flyers were even close to being shut out, but the team’s lone goal from Collin Mathieson in the third period prevented that from occurring.Sunday, the boys headed to Camrose to do battle with the Vikings, in search of their first weekend win. Things were looking good for the Flyers, who built a solid four goal lead entering the second portion of the game. Midway through the second, the Flyers led the Vikings 4-0, which shockingly, was not a big enough lead to secure a win.The Vikings scored five unanswered goals, four of which were scored in the third period, to complete the 5-4 come-from-behind victory.Advertisement After adding three losses to their record, the NE B.C. & Yukon Tracker Flyers post a record of 10-5-3, and sit second in the NAMHL’s North Black Division. They trail first place Grande Prairie Strike Energy Storm by only a single point.After a disappointing last weekend, the Tracker Flyers will only play once this weekend, when they host the West Yellowhead Rockies in Dawson Creek on Saturday, Dec.10.
Calls have been made on the government to put effective measures in place in order to tackle waste in Ireland in a fair effect way.It comes after a report t into Ireland’s waste revealed that less than half of litter fines issued by local authorities between 2012 and 2017 were paid.The report from the environmental charity VOICE Ireland follows a 10-month investigation into how local authorities are managing and Ireland’s public waste and tackling litter. Speaking on the matter, Cllr Patrick McGowan said a long term plan needed to be developed before waste contractors will be able to charge what they want.He said: ” New legislation is needed immediately to tackle littering and the government needs to develop a long term plan for dealing with waste management.Waste contractors will soon be free to charge whatever they want when the present legislation is fully implemented.“The way is opened for large multinational investment companies and large waste collection companies to move in and take over ever County leaving them free then to increase charges at will.” Govt waste plan needed to tackle littering in Donegal – Councillor was last modified: May 18th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
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By Molly C. HerndonMany of our webinar participants have indicated a desire to learn more about the federal retirement savings plan, the Thrift Savings Plan, or TSP. On Tuesday, January 12, Stewart Kaplan, Training and Liaison Specialist at Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, will present an in-depth look at the TSP in a 90-minute Personal Finance webinar.This webinar will provide an update on the current status of the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and the updated rules and regulations of the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP). The 90-minute session will provide an overview of using myPay, contributions, using the website calculator, tax-deferred versus Roth IRAs pros and cons, the value of the L Funds, and death benefits.One and a half continuing education units will be available for AFC-credentialed participants who pass a post-test quiz with 80% or higher.Register for the webinar, find out more information about the event and join the event here. We hope to see you on Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 11 a.m. ET.