PUBLISHED: 06:00 30 August 2018 Andy Warren Luke Chambers is enjoying life under Paul Hurst. Picture: Steve Waller www.stephenwaller.com Â© Copyright Stephen Waller Captain Luke Chambers is enjoying life at Ipswich Town under new manager Paul Hurst and believes the Blues will get things right as long as everyone sticks together. Chambers was Mick McCarthy’s trusted captain during the former manager’s reign at Portman Road and has kept the armband under Hurst, starting at the heart of the Town defence in each of the new manager’s six games in charge.Those games have yet to produce a win, heading into Sunday’s showdown with Norwich, but the Blues skipper is enjoying the early days working under his new boss.“I’m very much enjoying it,” he said.MORE: Ipswich working to bring Walters back to Portman Road before loan deadline“I’m feeling very fit and strong and I think the whole squad have … [Read more...] about ‘I’m very much enjoying it… the new lads are like a breath of fresh air’
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SEMINOLE – The city of Seminole will get its first fresh air market starting this fall.At its April 10 meeting, the City Council voted to authorize the city manager to execute a facility use agreement with Garrison Market Management for a Wednesday Market at the Holland G. Mangum Recreation Complex, 9100 113th St., N., Seminole. It will be held in the eastern portion of the recreation center’s parking lot.The weekly market, which will take place 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Wednesday, will run from November 2018 through April 2019. In addition to produce stands, other vendors include artisan food makers, artists, jewelry makers and more. GMM has operated the Mid-Week Madeira Beach Open Air Market and the Indian Shores Sunday Morning Market.As Madeira Beach undergoes redevelopment and roadway reconfiguration, the company’s owner, Laura Garrison, decided to find a new home for the market, said Becky Gunter, the city’s recreation director.“They didn’t want … [Read more...] about Rec center to host Wednesday fresh air market
Many Montanans think that Greg Gianforte has to go. We want to be represented by a person with Montana values who can't be bought by special interest groups. We value our way of life and feel a deep connection to the state we call home. I support Grant Kier for Congress because I believe he is the best choice for Montana and that he is the Democratic candidate mostly likely to win in the November election. His intelligence, integrity, and genuine concern for Montana and its residents is evident to many who meet him as he travels the state.Grant Kier is a refreshing breath of fresh air. He will listen to all Montanans regardless of their political affiliation or social-economic status. He is a bridge-builder and will work hard to find solutions to the problems Montanans face. It is easy to criticize and tear down, but it takes hard work and skill to build and develop policies and plans that will benefit most of us.We know our nation currently is sharply divided. I believe finding a … [Read more...] about Kier is breath of fresh air
It's the age-old argument that gets office workers all hot under the collar. As the temperature rises, there are some who like the icy chill of the air-con, while others like the cool breeze and fresh air from an open window. But what's best? Open windows In a hot, stuffy office full of hot computers and sweaty colleagues, you feel the benefits instantly, especially if there are other windows open to help circulate the breeze. You can't regulate the temperature, but it's the most natural and environmentally friendly way to keep cool, right? But then there's the noise from traffic and construction works, security concerns, and, of course, the dreaded invasion of flies and wasps. Air-conditioning Being able to control the temperature to as low as 16C is a bonus over open windows - but you can spend ages getting the settings exactly right. Some people are also worried about the health effects: breathing in artificially chilled air is not to everyone's taste, and then there's the dust and … [Read more...] about Hot under the collar? Which is best: air con or open window?