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As Anna Fenninger, before her wedding to snowboarder Manuel Veith two years ago, she was the 2014 Olympic champion in super G and a three time world championship gold medalist.

Like Miller, the then Miss Fenninger also won two overall World Cup titles as the best all around skier over a full season the sport’s most prized honor. However, a serious knee injury in October 2015 derailed her career and it seemed the 28 year old Mrs. Veith was past her peak.

“The knee was an issue,” Miller said on Valentine’s Day, no less. “I want to point out that she also just got married and it’s historically very challenging to race in the World Cup while trying to raise a family or after being married.

“Not to blame the spouses, but I just want to get that out there that it could be your husband’s fault,” Miller said, before apologizing on air.

On Saturday, Miller was in Jeongseon helping NBC call a race that showed Veith can still compete at the highest level.

“He can say what he is thinking about and it doesn’t matter for me,” said Veith, who laughed out loud when asked if she proved a point.

Veith was delighted despite losing her Olympic title by the smallest of margins and in the most surprising way. She was already being acclaimed the winner by rival racers when an unheralded No. 26 starter from the Czech Republic, part time skier and snowboard world champion Ester Ledecka, went 0.01 seconds faster.

It was a full 25 minutes that Veith led the race, 0.10 seconds ahead of Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein, who wound up with bronze.

Veith said she started to believe she had retained her Olympic title.

“I thought at first, yes. This was the reason why I was so emotional,” Veith said. “At first I couldn’t believe that it happened and after it, this one hundredth, just a big surprise and I thought: ‘Is that true or not?’

“Ester had a pretty good run and she deserved this,” said Veith, who maybe more than anyone in Saturday’s race might have guessed how great a snowboarder racer can be.
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The executive director of Meridian Canine Rescue, Jessica Ewing, says each January they start to see more requests to take dogs in, either from other rescues or shelters that don’t have the room or from owners.

Ewing says usually the reasoning is that people adopt a dog for the holidays as a gift and it doesn’t work out. A lot of times it’s because people weren’t prepared for the responsibilities and work that come along with caring for a dog.

If you are thinking about adopting an animal, you are encouraged to really think about it and make sure it isn’t an impulse buy, especially during the holiday season when people tend to have a lot going on and have less free time.

“Really consider whether or not your family is up to make extra time in your schedule to let the dog have some peace and quiet to adjust in the home, Ewing said. sure everybody’s on board. Get the kids involved, bring them in, make sure it a good fit for everybody.

“We do meet and greets with the other animals in the home too and try and make sure that everybody in the family is kind of on the same page about this lifetime commitment that you’re making, she added.

Another trend shelters see this time of year is calls about a pet left outside in dangerous weather conditions. Ewing says If it’s too cold outside for you it’s probably too cold for your pet.

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If you do see a dog or pet left outside in poor conditions, or a stray animal, you should contact animal control. Most pets are microchipped so they can be reunited with their owner.
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A bystander managed to film the dramatic argument which took place inside a car park in Southport, Merseyside.

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As previously reported by the Daily Echo, the new Tesco Express shop, in Witts Hill, had already attracted strong opposition, after 2,000 people signed a petition to stop it replacing the former Castle Pub.

Traders at the Midanbury Broadway parade said the store could destroy their livelihoods, cost up to 36 jobs, cause traffic problems and attract anti social behaviour.

Sarj Sonchhatla, from the SNA Premier Store, which has a licence to sell alcohol from 8am until 10pm, said: “Traders like us are worried that a potential late night licence for them will cause problems in the area.

“Already there are enough shops in the area that have a licence. I don’t see why they have to also have one.”

The Castle Pub is among several Southampton wateringholes that have been converted into convenience stores during the past 18 months.

The Bulls Eye in Butts Road, Sholing and The Woodman in Coxford Road have also become Tesco Express stores, while the Winning Post in Peartree Avenue, Bitterne, was converted into a One Stop.

Southampton Itchen MP, John Denham, said it was “a great shame” that supermarkets do not require planning permission to convert pubs into shops.

Mr Denham added: “I agree that Midanbury does not need another off licence.

A spokesman from Tesco said: “Having an alcohol licence means we are able to provide customers with the range and choice they want and expect to see in our stores.

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When I was the head of human resources at a local company, I had to make difficult business decisions on a daily basis concerning budgets, training initiatives, compensation and benefits, workforce hiring and workforce terminations. A termination decision is always the most wrenching, because it affects not only a person’s livelihood, but also an individual’s dignity and sense of self. Sometimes employees don’t take the decision well, and do things they wouldn’t otherwise do because they are angry in that moment, seeking to retaliate.

Twelve years ago, I eliminated an employee’s position. That man decided to bring a lawsuit against the company (not against me). He named me in the allegations, claiming I fired him because he refused to have sex with me. That is a lie. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission investigated the allegations and decided not to pursue the complaint; the man later decided to voluntarily dismiss the lawsuit. Because I wasn’t a named party, I didn’t have any opportunity to participate in its resolution.

Since I was in sixth grade, I wanted to be a lawyer. What drew me to the field of law was the idea of due process, that both sides presented their case and an objective judge or jury weighed the evidence. I have been swept up in decisions without due process. A man sued my company twelve years ago and made false accusations against me. Had the false allegations been brought against me directly, I would have fought to exonerate my name and my reputation. I would have sued the disgruntled, vindictive employee for defamation. Now, twelve years later this suit is being used to force me out of my race for Congress. Let me be clear: I never engaged in any of the alleged behavior. And the due process that I love, that drew me to the field of law, is totally denied.

My opponents have chosen to use these false allegations against me for political purposes, not only engaging in a whisper campaign, but also contacting political and news organizations. These false allegations are disgraceful and demean the moment this country is in. For far too long, complaints of sexual harassment have been completely ignored. The timely and thorough investigation of complaints is a very good thing. We are seeing real change in how harassment is being handled from Topeka to Washington. We should always make it as safe as possible for people who have been wronged to come forward, and I have based my professional career as an employment lawyer and human resources executive on that principle.

On balance, it is far more important to me that women are stepping forward to tell their stories and confront their harassers than it is to continue our campaign. But, DCCC’s decision is bad for Democratic chances to flip KS 03. Our campaign has amassed hundreds of committed volunteers, thousands of individual donations, endorsements and national attention. I have been the consistent front runner, raising more money than all of my other Democratic opponents combined. I had the clearest path to defeat Kevin Yoder, given my health care, legal and business background and deep ties to both Wyandotte and Johnson Counties. The DCCC, as gatekeeper of endorsements and campaign funding has made its choice, once again putting its thumb on the scales by not allowing the democratic primary process to proceed. It must live with the consequences of its shortsighted and reactive decision to eviscerate our campaign by not providing it with structural or financial support.
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Inspired by the series of novels penned by Macomber, the tiny northwest hamlet is a place where basketfuls of puppies are mysteriously left on doorsteps.

The show is largely filmed in North Vancouver, where producer Connie Dolphin shoulders the task of bringing Macomber’s world to life.

“I was born in North Vancouver so I like returning,” Dolphin says. “I think it’s comfortable. It’s like a really nice cashmere sweater,” Dolphin says of the show’s appeal. “You’re learning about these people and there’s not darkness and death and violence. .

“It’s much more emotionally based,” Dolphin says. Starring Andie MacDowell as Judge Olivia Lockhart, the show is something new for the Hallmark network, which tends to focus on talk shows, feel good reality programs and re runs. However, Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove blends well with the Hallmark esthetic, according to Dolphin “Things are gentler and more delicate and I think that Cedar Cove epitomizes a Hallmark show in the sense that it’s beautifully shot. Nice sweet stories. There are bumps along the way. . but it’s a nice drive,” she says.

A Vietnam war veteran commits suicide in one of Macomber’s books, but that storyline was dropped for the show.

“That was too heavy for Hallmark,” Macomber says, discussing the story change with the Seattle Times.

“The books, because there’s so many of them, there’s way more storylines and she has more depth, but really I think it comes down to relationships,” Dolphin says. “It’s relationships from a female’s perspective whether it’s with a mother, a daughter, a lover, an ex husband or a husband, it’s relationships of all sorts.”

Dolphin is the show’s on the ground producer, meaning it’s her job to make sure Cedar Cove looks as good as it should look. While the director and actors are focused on the show currently filming, Dolphin meets with the editor to talk about last week’s show and casts actors for next week’s broadcast.

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Since first finding a readership for her brand of romantic restraint in 1988, Macomber has averaged approximately one novel or novella every two months for a quarter of a century.
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“It’s one of the happiest, most touching, moving memories I have is leaving a Senate chamber late one night. We’d had a harsh debate and finally won, it was clear the bill was going to pass. And as I left the chamber, a fine black man who was serving as sergeant at arms, I could see he wanted to talk to me as I left. So I paused and greeted him. And he said, ‘you know Senator, tonight for the first time, I felt like a real man.’ And that’s a tremendous thing when another human being had to feel that somehow they’re not quite up to other people; that’s a dreadful thing,” Anderson recalled in an interview.

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NDP government.

They determined to stall Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to the west coast, their stonewalling seen as the kind of game politicians play.

is people are angry and feel betrayed and hugs and platitudes are not enough. Conflict is messy and unpleasant but looking necessary. and unpleasant conflict now looking necessary? Sounds like battle lines are being drawn.

Berman says more and more people are now standing up and it not going to be an easy road ahead.

Shannon Phillips, Notley point person on all things Mother Earth and once an environmentalist of some renown, is now fighting for her political life, along with the rest of the Notley NDP government.

If anybody needs the pipeline, they do.

not really all that concerned about anything Tzeporah Berman says, says our Shannon.

Say what? Is that a diesel bus poor Tzeporah is getting thrown under? Say it ain so, Shannon? Your government appointed her to an important position. You asked for her sage advice. There was a time you might have been together in the same struggle.

Let give Shannon a chance to explain. She does so in Calgary.

was a very integral part of the sort of new consensus that came up around oilsands companies, finding ways out of the dead end that previous governments had driven us into through lack of action on climate change.

were important contributions. Having said that, I think she wrong on this issue. NDP Birkenstocks? But I digress.

The day just gets more interesting when Kennedy Stewart, a Burnaby NDP member of parliament, speaks to the CBC.

Doesn take our Mr. are willing to stand their ground in acts of civil disobedience. Lower Mainland.

Man the barricades. Cue the megaphone. Two, four, six, eight, Kinder Morgan got to wait! Hey, hey! Ho, ho! Trans Mountain got to go!

Stewart adds Trudeau should look at a Plan B. The man from Burnaby believes the pipeline is not going to get built.

He also unloads one heck of a whopper.

He says if the feds decided to build a nuclear power plant in the middle of Calgary with nuclear waste dump disposal sites around Alberta and Albertans had no say then the people of Alberta would defend their interests.

Er pipelines equal nuclear power plants?

think it has the same impacts, says the NDP member of parliament.

About those threats Alberta could occasionally turn off the taps on existing oil to the Lower Mainland, giving them a taste of their own medicine is not Russia. It a democratic society. In Russia, Putin can turn the gas on and off, concludes our Mr. Stewart.

Berman back. Another zinger.

need pipelines for a climate plan is like saying we are selling cigarettes to get people to stop smoking. it Trudeau telling the Greens if they want a climate plan, including the carbon tax, they have to accept a pipeline.
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