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Manchester City Transfer News: Latest Rumours on Juan Bernat and Orbelin Pineda

Manchester City are to reportedly launch a £20 million bid for Bayern Munich full-back Juan Bernat. That’s according to Fred Nathan of the Sun, who also noted that manager Pep Guardiola is interested in landing David Alaba from the German champions. Show More Summary

HUFFINGTON POST: Fox News Just Landed A Brutal, Clean Hit On Hillary Clinton’s Campaign: The cam…

HUFFINGTON POST: Fox News Just Landed A Brutal, Clean Hit On Hillary Clinton’s Campaign: The campaign is having to answer for $12 million the Clinton Foundation received from the king of Morocco. “Campaign manager Robby Mook and longtime Clinton confidant John Podesta thought the deal ? in which Clinton had committed to speak at an […]

Chelsea Transfer News: Latest Rumours on Michael Keane and Yannick Carrasco

Burnley manager Sean Dyche has warned Chelsea that they'll have to part with a hefty transfer fee if they want to land defender Michael Keane in the upcoming January transfer window. David McDonnell of the Daily Mirror recently wrote...Show More Summary

Summit Agricultural Group Launches Summit Advantage

Iowa-based Summit Agricultural Group has introduced a new service model for farm and agricultural land management that brings the concept of ‘unbundling’ to traditional farm management offerings. According to Joel Waskow, accreditedShow More Summary

Propeller Health Lands $21.5M to Modernize Respiratory Disease Management

Propeller Health, a digital solution for respiratory medicine has raised $21.5 million in Series C funding from 3M Ventures, S.R. One, Limited, Hikma Ventures and existing investors Safeguard Scientifics and Social Capital. The round also includes participation from existing investors Safeguard Scientifics and Social Capital. Show More Summary

Report Confirms What Sportsmen Already Know About State Takeover of Public Land

A study mandated by Wyoming state legislators finds that the realities of public land management make transfer an unworkable idea.. This post Report Confirms What Sportsmen Already Know About State Takeover of Public Land appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Excavation for the Rams' stadium could begin in just weeks

The start of excavation for the Rams’ $2.6-billion stadium in Inglewood may be weeks away. “We’re moving to try and get into construction sometime in the next month,” Gerard McCallum II, project manager for the Hollywood Park Land Co., said Wednesday. In another sign of progress on the project...

Santa Fe National Forest Announces Forest Plan Revision Open House Opportunities

Dirt Rider Santa Fe NF announces forest plan revision open house opportunities. The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) is revising its Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan), which will guide the management of all forest resources for the next 10 to 15 years. Show More Summary

Mars probe enters atmosphere and word on landing awaited

The European Space Agency says its experimental probe has entered the atmosphere of Mars but it doesn't yet have confirmation that the craft touched down. Don McCoy, the ExoMars project manager, said some data had been received from the Schiaparelli lander confirming its entry on Wednesday and...

Minnesota DNR Creates New Online Tool for Finding Public Hunting Land

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has created an improved search tool that makes it easier for people to find places to hunt or enjoy the outdoors at wildlife management areas. This post Minnesota DNR Creates New Online Tool for Finding Public Hunting Land appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Rethinking Trapping And Public Lands

The Montana Trap-Free Public Lands Initiative (I- 177) An initiative that's on this November's ballot in Montana, if approved, will place Montana in the fore of public land management. Montana, the fourth largest state in the country, is known for its remarkable natural resources. Show More Summary

Uncertain Future for West's Wild Horses

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

To reduce the devastation to grasslands and to cut down on storage costs, the Bureau of Land Management voted to euthanize some of the 77,000 wild horses in 10 Western states. The vote inspired outrage from animal rights activists and the bureau reversed its decision. The mounting costs continue to be a strain and the agency is running out of options.

A Skydiver Loses and Recovers a Shoe in Mid-Fall

last weekHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A skydiver who lost his shoe after jumping from a plane was able to recover it mid-fall and even managed to put it back on before landing safely on the ground. via Boing Boing Related Laughing Squid PostsOne Skydiver Catches Another’s Free-Falling ShoeSkydiver Bumps His GoPro Camera Off at 12.5K Feet & It Films the […]

The data company with investment from rapper Nas has just landed another $17.5 million

mParticle, a company that works with app-makers including Airbnb, Spotify, and Jet to help them manage all their customer data, has raised a $17.5 million Series B round. The firm focuses specifically on mobile, helping companies build a picture of their customers and their behavior as they use their apps across different devices. Show More Summary

Blue Origin Successfully Tests Crew Escape System, Lands Booster

Blue Origin carried out a successful test of the abort system of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle Oct. 5, managing to safely land both the vehicle’s crew capsule and propulsion module.The New Shepard vehicle lifted off from its test site in West Texas at 11:36 a.m. Show More Summary

Discover the World’s Largest Conservation System: Visit a National Wildlife Refuge

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible for managing more than 850 million acres of lands and waters in the National Wildlife Refuge System, including five marine national monuments..... This post Discover the World’s Largest Conservation System: Visit a National Wildlife Refuge appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

50 Years of Safari: An Insider’s Take on the Changing Face of African Travel

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

There are Westerners and local nationals taking over large tracts of land and developing very small, very conservation-conscious properties Dennis Pinto, managing director of Micato Safaris, reflects on the evolution of the luxury safari… Dennis Pinto

Wired To Hunt Podcast #122: How Todd Mead Kills Big Bucks from the Mountains of New York to the Public Lands of the Midwest

Today on the show we’re joined by Todd Mead, a wildly successful deer hunter who’s going to share with us how he’s managed to kill big mature bucks all the way from the big woods mountains of New York to...

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV update won’t hit Australia until next year

2 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

The facelifted Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV won’t land in Australia until sometime in 2017, according to the company’s local arm. Speaking to CarAdvice, John Taylor, product communications manager at Mitsubishi Australia, said: “We don’t...Show More Summary

How Aaron Warbritton of Midwest Whitetail Scouts and Hunts Public Land Bucks

By Alex Comstock Hunting public land is something that hunters across the nation can find challenging, no doubt about that. There is a major difference in hunting public land compared to being able to manage your own property or eve...

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