Jake Telschow adds ice to columns of ice on an ice tower to add more height to the tower in the Stillwater Ice Castle. The gigantic ice castle that has been taking shape in downtown Stillwater’s Lowell Park will open to the public on Jan. 6, according to Ice Castles LLC spokeswoman Amanda Roseth.
PABLO AT HOME: Pablo Reyes set up Weiss’ two RBI double with a clutch two out hit off Josh Ravin into right field for a single. The hit was Reyes’ second of the game and sixth in 18 at bats at The Vic this year. In three road games on the last trip, he went just 1 for 10 at the dish.
Had a rather frank discussion with my wife yesterday morning as we were getting up for the day and she brought up the idea of separating. Between trying to be a father, husband, and household activities I really only have the energy to do two of these things. A few years ago I had the energy to be able to be active physically and emotionally even after doing all the general household tasks that need to get completed.
Struggled to name a favorite local production she appeared in, but settled on Me In St. Louis, because her mom and sisters also performed. Her second choice is because she performed with her grandfather at the Mishler Theatre in Altoona.. Even the president of the nation is not above the Constitution of the country he rules. He must face the court once he acts against the Constitution of the country. That your father works with the president does not prevent you from facing any penalty when you do anything contrary to the Constitution..
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WATCH Election 2015: Labour take control of Cheshire West and Chester CouncilLabour overall majority of just one seat as final ward of Newton marks two gains for party18:03, 9 MAY 2015Updated09:23, 10 MAY 2015Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailLabour has won an historic victory in taking Cheshire West and Chester Council from the Tories based on a minuscule 34 vote majority in the final seat.Today’s result comes after the count was suspended late last night when Labour and Conservatives were on 36 seats each with one independent.The Newton question Everything rested on the final two seat Newton ward held by the Conservatives.The initial count showed a clear Labour win in one of the seats and a Labour majority in the final seat, but by a handful of votes, prompting Tory calls for a recount.Due to the lateness of the hour, returning officer Steve Robinson insisted the recount must be postponed until today as staff were exhausted.The double Labour win at Newton has now been confirmed giving them overall control of Cheshire West and Chester Council in a victory that will leave the local Tory Party shaken.Labour candidates Richard Beacham and Gill Watson took the seat of Tory Adrian Walmsley and the vacancy left by the resignation of fellow Conservative Tom Parry.”We will care, and prioritise your views, and be honest about the decisions we take.”Councillor Dixon used her speech to pay tribute to former Labour Leader Justin Madders now the newly elected MP for Ellesmere Port and Neston and late party stalwarts Derek Bateman and David Robinson, who she described as “giants”.Challenging times Council leader Mike Jones said: “We in the Conservative Party are incredibly proud of what we have created over the last six years. Over into roads, infrastructure and schools, with another going forwards.”We are proud of reducing the budget and creating one of the best councils in the country. I’m sure there are some challenging times ahead but I look forward to this with interest.”Another tight contest The tightness of the contest was an almost carbon copy of the Chester parliamentary battle which saw Labour’s Chris Matheson take the seat from the Conservatives’ Stephen Mosley with a 93 vote majority, again following a recount.Community fears around the potential for fracking in Upton may have helped Labour on the road to victory.There, Labour’s high profile anti fracking campaigner Cllr Matt Bryan took one of the two Tory seats leaving Conservative Cllr Hilarie McNae out in the cold.In Hoole, the retirement of popular sitting Lib Dem councillor Bob Thompson and the national collapse of the Lib Dem vote led to another Labour gain.