Lee Westwood call for Government to ‘see sense’ and reopen golf courses

Lee Westwood, the European No 1, wants the Government to “see sense” and allow golf courses to reopen during the  current lockdown after the way was cleared for fishing and shooting to return.

After urgent representations from the Angling Trust over fears of an “absurd” ban in England but not in Scotland or Wales, and pressure from the British Association of Shooting and Conservation, the Government on Thursday agreed to

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Utah’s Cove Reservoir was proposed under false pretenses to win federal subsidy, critics allege

Supporters say the water is needed for farming, but could eventually be used for other purposes.

(Courtesy photo by Utah Rivers Council) This land slated for a future subdivision in St. George is among the supposed alfalfa fields to be irrigated by water from the proposed Cove Reservoir far upstream on the Virgin River in Kane County. Project critics contend the dam proponents have deliberately mischaracterized the reservoir’s purpose to

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Mark Morical: Cline Buttes a dynamic winter mountain biking area

BEND, Ore. — Cyclists willing to brave cold temperatures can still find premium mountain biking trails in Central Oregon, even in the depths of winter.

Sprawling High Desert views, thrilling terrain and quality wintertime dirt make Cline Buttes west of Redmond a popular destination for mountain bikers. Miles and miles of user-built trails line the juniper-filled slopes in the area.

The myriad trails on Cline Buttes, including a narrow singletrack

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Pinnacles Prep set to transform Community Center into a new school | Education

WENATCHEE — A new charter school in Wenatchee is now a step closer to reality as Pinnacles Prep took over management of the Community Center Campus, 504 S. Mission St., on Jan. 1.

The charter school group entered into a lease agreement with the city of Wenatchee to manage the campus for the next 30 years. The deal is broken into five, six-year terms.

“Right now, we just received the

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A guide to winter cleanup events in the Washington area

Anacostia Riverkeeper organized the event I attended at Nash Run, which flows into Kenilworth Marsh. Before we headed out, Trey Sherard, the organization’s official Anacostia Riverkeeper, passed out fliers to a couple dozen volunteers on how to sort the trash. (This year, discarded masks and gloves have created a brand-new category.) He reviewed safety precautions: Don’t pick up broken glass — it tends to slice open garbage bags — and

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The Coolest Fortnite Creative Codes To Play in 2021 (Custom Maps)

There is a wide array of different custom game modes for players to check out in Fortnite. This guide shows players the best creative codes available.

Even after all of this time, Fortnite still remains one of the biggest multiplayer games in the world. Players are able to play in matches with friends or strangers around the world. While the game became famous due to its battle-royale component, there are

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Sharon gym excited to welcome back members after holiday shutdown

Gyms and recreation centers in Pennsylvania had to close around Thanksgiving for three weeks to slow the spread of COVID-19

SHARON, Pa. (WKBN) – Pennsylvania businesses that have been shut down for the last three weeks due to the COVID-19 mitigation order are getting ready to open again Monday. A

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One Piece Video Shows Real People Paying Homage To Iconic Manga Moments

A new One Piece video celebrates the beloved Japanese manga series by recreating some of its most well-known moments in live-action form.

One Piece video celebrates the series by showing real people paying homage to some of its iconic moments. The now well-known Japanese manga has been around since 1997 and consists of an impressive 97 volumes. Written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda, it follows a boy named Monkey

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Leads by Example: Garrett Long hopeful, excited to lead Wenatchee basketball | Sports

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee senior point guard Garrett Long has a routine. One he’s kept even before COVID-19 upset everyone’s applecart in March, and one he’s also maintained throughout the pandemic, even with a lack of resources at times.

His motivation? Distinguishing himself apart from every other 6-foot-2 point guard in the state, from an area that aside from Joe Harris and Hailey Van Lith, hasn’t necessarily established itself as a

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Want To Know If Raw Sewage Gets Dumped In Your Local River? There’s A Bill On Baker’s Desk About It

Among the many bills sitting on Gov. Baker’s desk is one requiring cities and towns to notify residents any time raw sewage ends up in a local river or water body.

As gross — and alarming — as it sounds, sewage dumps actually happen hundreds of times every year in Massachusetts during heavy rain, because of antiquated sewer systems. They release hundreds of millions of gallons of bacteria-laden waste into

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