Heat waves can sometimes cause problems with plane and land travel – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – You probably don’t think about travel delays if it’s hot, sunny and dry outside. But as the summer heat becomes extreme, these delays can happen to those traveling by land or air. When it comes to flying, a potential problem can arise during take off, especially for …

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Fall screening matches to watch

Just because it’s the opening weekend of the college football season, doesn’t mean you can take a week off from Scouting. One of the first prime-time games of the season is a huge contest between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Clemson Tigers at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North …

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Shavon Bethel Offers 5 Reasons You Should Visit Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau local Shavon Bethel recently offered five reasons why you should visit Nassau, Bahamas. The Bahamas is a dream destination for many travelers. It is a place for underwater exploration, honeymoons, destination weddings and culture. Shavon Bethel is from the Bahamas and he recently discussed five reasons why everyone should …

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Greenberg and Ellis join Florida High School Sports Awards

Seth Greenberg, two-time ACC Coach of the Year and ESPN College GameDay analyst, and ESPN analyst and former NBA player LaPhonso Ellis will host the Florida High School Sports Awards. They join a roster of newly released top athletes who will be part of the show. The Florida High School …

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Saga Says February-May Business Travel Cash Consumption at Lower End of Forecast

By Anthony O. Goriainoff Saga PLC said on Monday that its travel business’s cash consumption for the four months ended May 31 was at the lower end of its previous forecast of seven to nine million pounds (9.9 million to 12.7 million pounds). dollars) per month, subject to government restrictions. …

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Scouts pounce on Giants rookie Azeez Ojulari

One of the somewhat surprising cutters in the 2021 NFL Draft was the Georgia Edge defenseman Azeez Ojulari. Many pundits screened Ojulari as a late pick in the first round, but instead he slipped pretty far in the second round before the New York Giants got him back with the …

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Descent of Memory Lane at the time of the Tatelines: 1983 | Sports

During Loren Tate’s six decades of service as a reporter for The News-Gazette, he has chronicled a myriad of competitions and Illini sporting events for the Champaign-Urbana community. As part of The News-Gazette’s special section on his Hall of Fame, we have been asked to compile each year a list …

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Eager to travel, Americans reserve Sun Belt beach, city stays as pandemic subsides

Miami Beach, Florida Artur Debate | instant | Getty Images Interest in travel is increasing as the pandemic ends, and locked-in Americans are eager to get back on the road, two recent surveys have revealed. Travelers are considering booking trips to warm, sunny national climates – whether it’s cities or …

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The Circle of Juliet funds the Girl Scouts

Juliette Gordon Low, who founded the Girl Scouts in 1912, was so determined to make the new girls’ organization a success that she sold a precious strand of her own wedding pearls to help fund it. A group of women from the local Girl Scout Council area – Girl Scout …

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