Is a tremendous move by Oregon State, not only for the players who are going to play for him, but also for the community. He a true Beaver. He has moved up the coaching ranks and really deserves this opportunity. Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Some of the counterfeit goods being sold were Ray Ban sunglasses, Gucci watches, Links of London and Pandora jewellery, Ped Eggs, Duracell batteries, Playboy clothing, Gillette razor blades, GHD hair straighteners, Henley and G Star Raw clothing, Tiffany Co. Jewellery, Nike, Adidas and Timberland footwear, Smirnoff vodka and Calvin Klein underwear.Dave Roderick, North Lanarkshire Council’s Trading Standards manager said: “Most of the goods were for sale in local retail outlets and some were being sold over the internet and, whilst the counterfeit clothing and jewellery may only disappoint and purchaser, the GHD electrical products could be potentially lethal given their high heat and lack of proper built in electrical safety.”We would warn any small retailers not to buy such goods from anywhere but dependable wholesalers. We will report traders, whatever their size, to the Procurator Fiscal under Trade Marks and Consumer Protection legislation should they prove to be negligent or reckless in supplying unsafe or fake goods.”The counterfeit goods were discovered during routine visits to premises or as part of an ongoing internet trading project.
Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsBerlin police say they have a person of interest in custody and have released the names of the two people killed in a double homicide in the 200 block of Broadway Street late Saturday night. They are 28 year old Melissa Tunistra and 28 year old Justin Daniels both of Berlin. Police were called to an apartment building about a woman who was lying on the sidewalk.
And Cindy make an incredible team. Cindy has a wonderful eye for style, colors and presentation while Tiger is the master of managing all the minutiae involved in complex real estate transactions. Both of them are gracious and generous with their time, ideas, and expertise.
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of this historic international event, the ARISS team has developed a series of 12 Slow Scan Television (SSTV) images that will be sent down for reception by schools, educational organizations and ham radio operators, worldwide. The SSTV images are planned to start sometime Saturday morning, July 18 and run through Sunday July 19. These dates are tentative and are subject to change.