Facebook Google+ Facebook WhatsApp By Tommie Lee – July 16, 2020 2 276 WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Pinterest CoronavirusIndianaLocalMichiganNationalNewsSouth Bend Market (Source: http://bit.ly/2c15Ykt License: http://bit.ly/2bBHhe9) Kohl’s and CVS stores announced Thursday that they will be joining the growing list of retailers who will require wearing masks in their stores.The new rule will go into effect on Monday.Target has also said that a mandatory mask rule will be in place at all of their stores by August 1st, though many of their stores nationwide have already started implementing the policy. Google+ Twitter Kohl’s, Target, CVS make mask requirement decisions Previous articleParents of victim react after execution of Wesley PurkeyNext articleNotre Dame reverses policy for international students Tommie Lee
Promoted ContentWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Mysterious Discoveries Archaeologists Still Can’t Explain8 Most Interesting Sylvester Stallone Movies9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalThe Rarest And Most Valuable Card In The Whole World2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe Loading… United would demand £70million for De Gea, 29, who only signed a new £375,000-a-week contract in September. Real are one of the few clubs who could afford the fee and his wages and United could be willing to cash in if the Spaniard indicates he wants to leave as a consequence of Real’s renewed interest. De Gea’s form has come into a question with another high-profile error in last Sunday’s draw at Everton. Dean Henderson, on loan at Sheffield United, was already being talked about as a possible replacement for De Gea next season. Henderson, 22, has won rave reviews with the promoted Blades who are banging on the door of European qualification. De Gea almost moved to Real in the 2015 summer window before the deal collapsed as the paperwork was not lodged in time due to a fax problem. The keeper hails from the Spanish capital and started his career at Atletico Madrid before moving to Old Trafford in 2011. He has gone on to make 393 United appearances and until last year was regarded as world No 1. But a lack of concentration saw him let Ismaila Sarr’s tame effort go through his hands in the defeat at Watford. Then on Sunday, he delayed a clearance and hit it at Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin before the ball rebounded back into the net. Zinedine Zidane wants De Gea to Thibaut Courtois at Real Madrid Read Also: Ramos reveals secrets to his success at Real Madrid De Gea will return for tomorrow’s Manchester derby but the Goodison blunder was the seventh he has made leading to a goal since the start of last season. His new deal is due to run to 2023 with the option for the club to extend a further year. But Real’s renewed interest may now suit the player and the club. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Real Madrid plan a fresh bid to sign Man United shot-stopper David De Gea this summer. SunSport understands Real boss Zinedine Zidane remains a huge fan of Manchester United’s keeper and wants him to replace Thibaut Courtois.
Tags: C-NSfootball The Northstars started out as if no dramatics would be required. Farouk Ibrahim’s 60-yard return on the opening kickoff set up an immediate touchdown that Mike Washington scored on a 15-yard run less than two minutes into the game.After Corning went up 8-7 on Mike Freeman’s 10-yard TD run and a two-point conversion, the Northstars quickly responded, driving to the Hawks’ five before quarterback J.J. Razmovski scrambled into the end zone.In the last minute of the first quarter, C-NS had the ball at midfield. Going deep, Razmovski found Adron Pafford, and the 50-yard touchdown, plus Osier’s third consecutive successful extra point, had the Northstars enjoying a 21-8 lead.But that was the last time C-NS would find the end zone, a tribute to a Corning defense that clamped down throughout the game’s middle stages, but also a reflection of mistakes that nearly derailed the Northstars.Recovering a Hawks fumble inside the Corning five right before halftime, C-NS could not capitalize, Razmovski intercepted in the end zone by Justin Rodriquez.Then, after Corning cut the deficit to 21-14 on Ja’Ovian Fisher’s one-yard TD run in the third quarter, the Northstars drove inside the Hawks’ 15, and Razmovski ran for a second TD – only to have it called back on a holding penalty.Those errors loomed larger when Fisher scored from 17 yards out with 9:40 to play and Corning gambled, going for two and the lead – and got it to move in front 22-21.Now needing to put a drive together, C-NS did so in the closing minutes. By far, the biggest play came on the Corning 39 where, facing third-down-and-20, Razmovski found Pafford in double coverage for a 22-yard gain.Working down the rest of the clock, the Northstars would have preferred to get a touchdown and not put it all on Osier -but when it had to, the senior delivered the biggest kick of his high school career.And now it’s C-NS in the same state semifinal round where Lancaster (in 2017) and Rochester Aquinas (in 2018) stopped them. Here, McQuaid (who rallied late to beat Lancaster 32-28 in its regional final) provides the opposition, and either the Northstars or Knights will get to the Dome Dec. 1 for a state championship game against New Rochelle or Shenendehowa.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Andrew Osier didn’t have to do much – just kick a ball through the uprights at a distance similar to the extra points he had converted so many times throughout the fall.Only in this instance, a game, a season and the dream of a state championship for the Cicero-North Syracuse football team hung in the balance.One second showed on the clock in Saturday night’s Class AA regional final at Vestal High School. The Northstars had squandered a 13-point lead to Section IV champion Corning, and had seen a clutch drive stall just short of the Hawks’ goal line. For a long while, Osier waited as Corning spent a time-out, attempting to unnerve him. Then Osier lined up, watched as the snap arrived and then calmly kicked it – straight and true.Within moments, the entire C-NS roster was on the field, celebrating a 24-22 victory that continued a remarkable run of dramatic post-season wins and allows the Northstars to play on home turf at Bragman Stadium next weekend for the state semifinals against Rochester McQuaid.Given the big comebacks that C-NS made to defeat Liverpool and Utica Proctor to earn its third consecutive Section III title, it only figured that this game would have its own rally – only from the other side.