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Baseball

College

NAIA World Series

At Harris Field, Lewiston

Tuesday’s Results

Spring Arbor (Mich.) 8, Union (Ken.) 7

Oklahoma City 11, Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 6

Lee (Tenn.) 5, Lewis-Clark State 2

Today’s Games

Semifinals

Lewis-Clark State vs. Spring Arbor, 3 p.m.

Lee vs. Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.

Lee University 5, Lewis-Clark State 2

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Sims, Lopez (7) and Dubon; Woods, Stabelfeld (7) and Ward. W—Sims. L—Woods. Sv—Lopez.

HITS: Lee—Hutslar 3, Harr2, Warters 2, Dubon, Guy. Lewis-Clark State—Ward 3, Ashenbrenner, Benton. 2B—Harrelson Bistagne; Ward 2, Benton. HR—Warters (19).

American Legion

Tuesday’s Results

Coeur d’Alene Lakers 16, West Valley 2

Today’s Games

State feeder game 1, 3:30 p.m.; at AK Jackson field

State feeder game 2, 5:30 p.m.; at AK Jackson field

Coeur d’Alene Lakers 16, West Valley 2

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Davis, Terharr (3) and Terharr, Davis (3); Swain, Albertson (3) and Klepfer. W-Swain. L-Daivs.

HITS: West Valley-Frye 2, Wells. Coeur d’Alene-Mort, Pattis 2, Piziamo, Klatt 2, Burnside, Woodall 2, Koupal, Cummings. 2B-Frye; Klatt 2, Koupal, Cummings. 3B-Mort.

Basketball

NBA

All Times PDT

CONFERENCE FINALS

(Best-of-7)

Tuesday’s Result

L.A. Lakers 93, San Antonio 91, L.A. Lakers lead series 3-1

Today’s Game

Detroit at Boston, 5:30 p.m.

Thursday’ Game

San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 6 p.m.

Friday’s Game

Boston at Detroit, 5:30 p.m.

Saturday’s Game

L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 5:30 p.m., if necessary

Sunday’s Game

Detroit at Boston, 5:30 p.m., if necessary

Monday’ Game

San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 6 p.m., if necessary

Lakers 93, Spurs 91

L.A. Lakers (93)—Radmanovic 5-8 0-0 11, Odom 4-9 8-9 16, Gasol 4-7 2-4 10, Fisher 4-7 0-0 9, Bryant 14-29 0-0 28, Walton 4-10 1-3 9, Vujacic 1-6 1-1 4, Farmar 1-6 0-0 2, Turiaf 1-3 2-2 4, Ariza 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 38-85 14-19 93.

San Antonio (91)—Bowen 3-6 0-0 7, Duncan 10-26 9-11 29, Oberto 0-0 0-0 0, Parker 8-17 7-7 23, Finley 0-2 0-0 0, Ginobili 2-8 2-2 7, Horry 0-2 2-2 2, Barry 7-14 4-4 23, Udoka 0-0 0-0 0, Thomas 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-75 24-26 91.

L.A. Lakers2825241693
San Antonio2324232191

3-Point Goals—L.A. Lakers 3-14 (Fisher 1-1, Radmanovic 1-4, Vujacic 1-4, Bryant 0-1, Walton 0-2, Farmar 0-2), San Antonio 7-24 (Barry 5-12, Bowen 1-3, Ginobili 1-4, Finley 0-1, Horry 0-2, Parker 0-2). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—L.A. Lakers 56 (Bryant, Gasol 10), San Antonio 43 (Duncan 17). Assists—L.A. Lakers 17 (Gasol 6), San Antonio 22 (Parker 9). Total Fouls—L.A. Lakers 24, San Antonio 21. A—18,797 (18,797).

WNBA

All Times PDT

EASTERN CONFERENCE

WLPctGB
Detroit41.800
Conn.31.750 1/2
Indiana21.6671
Wash.22.5001 1/2
Chicago11.5001 1/2
New York12.3332
Atlanta04.0003 1/2

WESTERN CONFERENCE

WLPctGB
L.A.201.000
Minn.201.000
Seattle31.750
S.A.21.667 1/2
Sac.13.2502
Houston03.0002 1/2
Phoenix03.0002 1/2

Tuesday’s Results

Washington 80, Atlanta 74

Indiana 75, Connecticut 46

Minnesota 98, Houston 92, OT

Thursday’s Games

Los Angeles at Indiana, 4 p.m.

Minnesota at Chicago, 5 p.m.

Fever 75, Sun 46

Indiana (75)—Douglas 9-17 2-3 23, Hoffman 4-10 0-0 8, Sutton-Brown 3-8 1-4 7, White 7-19 0-0 15, Bevilaqua 1-3 2-2 5, Feaster 2-5 0-0 4, Bond 4-7 0-0 8, Bales 2-3 0-0 4, Whittington 0-1 1-2 1, Ngoyisa 0-0 0-0 0, Baker 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 32-73 6-13 75.

Connecticut (46)—Jones 2-5 0-0 4, Gardin 1-4 0-0 2, Whitmore 2-9 0-0 4, Holt 3-8 0-0 7, Whalen 4-12 5-6 13, Anderson 2-8 0-0 4, Turner 3-9 1-2 9, Raymond 0-0 1-4 1, Carey 0-1 0-0 0, Swanier 0-1 0-0 0, Gruda 1-5 0-0 2. Totals 18-62 7-12 46.

Indiana2818161375
Connecticut111315746

3-Point Goals—Indiana 5-22 (Douglas 3-11, Bevilaqua 1-2, White 1-4, Hoffman 0-1, Bond 0-2, Feaster 0-2), Connecticut 3-22 (Turner 2-5, Holt 1-4, Carey 0-1, Gardin 0-1, Whitmore 0-3, Whalen 0-3, Anderson 0-5). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Indiana 54 (Hoffman 13), Connecticut 43 (Jones 7). Assists—Indiana 22 (Hoffman, Douglas 5), Connecticut 11 (Whalen 5). Total Fouls—Indiana 17, Connecticut 19. Technicals—Whittington, Raymond. A—5,245 (10,000).

Lynx 98, Comets 92

Minnesota (98)—Augustus 9-18 5-6 25, Ohlde 1-7 3-4 5, Anosike 6-9 8-10 20, DeForge 7-14 4-4 19, Quinn 2-6 0-0 4, Rasmussen 4-6 0-0 8, Wiggins 4-7 0-1 9, Moore 0-2 1-2 1, Houston 0-2 0-0 0, Hayden 1-3 0-0 2, Zoll 1-1 2-2 5. Totals 35-75 23-29 98.

Houston (92)—Mabika 4-11 2-2 14, Thompson 5-15 7-8 20, Snow 4-6 0-0 8, Dixon 4-13 4-6 12, Johnson 4-6 0-1 8, Ajavon 3-7 2-2 8, Lyttle 7-11 0-0 14, Maiga 0-1 0-0 0, White 1-3 4-4 6, Williams 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 33-74 19-23 92.

Minnesota172025221498
Houston26192316892

3-Point Goals—Minnesota 5-12 (Augustus 2-4, Zoll 1-1, Wiggins 1-2, DeForge 1-3, Quinn 0-2), Houston 7-18 (Mabika 4-9, Thompson 3-7, Ajavon 0-1, Dixon 0-1). Fouled Out—Wiggins, Lyttle. Rebounds—Minnesota 45 (Augustus 9), Houston 46 (Thompson 9). Assists—Minnesota 17 (DeForge, Augustus 4), Houston 21 (White 5). Total Fouls—Minnesota 21, Houston 27. A—7,261 (5,800).

Mystics 80, Dream 74

Atlanta (74)—Castro Marques 4-10 1-1 11, Desouza 6-8 0-1 12, Lovelace-Tolbert 2-6 0-0 5, Latta 4-9 0-0 10, Lennox 10-17 3-4 29, Young 2-4 0-0 4, Feenstra 1-2 1-2 3, Nnamaka 0-0 0-0 0, Haynie 0-2 0-0 0, Little 0-3 0-0 0, Lacy 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-62 5-8 74.

Washington (80)—Currie 4-10 6-7 14, McWilliams-Franklin 7-12 5-6 19, Sanford 4-7 3-6 11, Beard 7-15 10-12 25, Jacobs 0-1 0-0 0, Langhorne 1-1 0-1 2, Vaughn 1-2 0-0 2, Miller 3-8 0-0 7, Gardner-Combs 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 27-57 24-32 80.

Atlanta2513181874
Washington1714262380

3-Point Goals—Atlanta 11-22 (Lennox 6-7, Latta 2-5, Castro Marques 2-5, Lovelace-Tolbert 1-2, Haynie 0-1, Little 0-1, Young 0-1), Washington 2-9 (Miller 1-2, Beard 1-5, Jacobs 0-1, Vaughn 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 24 (Lennox, Lovelace-Tolbert, Desouza, Little 3), Washington 50 (McWilliams-Franklin 9). Assists—Atlanta 18 (Latta 6), Washington 15 (Beard 5). Total Fouls—Atlanta 23, Washington 13. A—6,231 (19,487).

Hockey

NHL

All Times PDT

STANLEY CUP FINALS

(Best of Seven)

Today’s Game

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.

Saturday’s Game

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.

Monday’s Game

Pittsburgh at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary

Wednesday’s Game

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m., if necessary

Saturday, June 7

Pittsburgh at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary

Golf

Holes-in-one

DOWNRIVER GC – Scott Burr, No. 12, 218 yards, utility 3-wood.

DEER PARK GC– Derry “Swede” Ulven, No. 8, 108 yards, 8-iron.

MANITO CC— Joey Garrison, No. 5, 141 yards.

Tennis

French Open

At Stade Roland Garros, Paris.

Singles

Men, First Round

Nikolay Davydenko (4), Russia, def. Thomas Johansson, Sweden, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3.

Stanislas Wawrinka (9), Switzerland, def. Philipp Kohlschreiber, Germany, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3.

Robin Soderling, Sweden, def. Juan Monaco (13), Argentina, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1.

Mario Ancic, Croatia, def. Andreas Seppi (31), Italy, 6-2, 7-6 (1), 6-2.

Women, First Round

Svetlana Kuznetsova (4), Russia, def. Aiko Nakamura, Japan, 6-2, 6-3.

Dinara Safina (13), Russia, def. Kateryna Bondarenko, Ukraine, 6-1, 6-3.

Agnieszka Radwanska (14), Poland, def. Mariya Koryttseva, Ukraine, 6-4, 6-3.

Amelie Mauresmo (22), France, def. Olga Savchuk, Ukraine, 7-5, 4-6, 6-1.

Ai Sugiyama (31), Japan, def. Alla Kudryavtseva, Russia, 6-1, 2-6, 6-3.

Track & Field

College

Area Leaders

Inland Northwest college and open (non-high school) outdoor track and field leaders, through meets of May 25 (w-wind aided, h-hand time):

MEN

100 meters–Woods (WSU) 10.61, Murray (WSU) 10.67, Moody (WSU) 10.81, James (WSU) 10.86, Schmidt (I) 10.94. Non-D-I: Vetter (CCS) 11.00 and Holley (CCS) 11.00w.

200–Woods (WSU) 21.21, Murray (WSU) 21.40, Schmidt (I) 21.97, Butorac (EWU) 21.97w, James (WSU) 21.98. Non-D-I: Vetter (CCS) 22.09.

400–Anderson (WSU) 46.54, Follett (WSU) 47.40, Butorac (EWU) 47.66, Ulrey (EWU) 49.33, Lattin (EWU) 49.37. Non-D-I: Bofa (Whit) 49.66.

800–Tardy (I) 1:50.11, Bofa (Whit) 1:50.74, Howell (Whit) 1:51.75, Lemenager (WSU) 1:51.88, Barquero (I) 1:52.38.

1,500–Suver (EWU) 3:50.93, Concha (WSU) 3:53.38, C. Williams (WSU) 3:53.70, Smargiassi (WSU) 3:54.73, Limpf (EWU) 3:54.84. Non-D-I: Caseria (Whit) 4:01.05. Open: Roberts (unat) 3:59.07.

3,000 steeplechase–Grant (WSU) 8:51.24, Ahlbeck (WSU) 8:55.26, Blanshan (WSU) 9:28.89, Concha (WSU) 9:30.09, Potratz (I) 9:35.00. Non-D-I: Caseria (Whit) 9:36.3h. Open: Coyle (unat) 9:15.54.

5,000–Limpf (EWU) 14:09.32, Smargiassi (WSU) 14:19.39, C. Williams (WSU) 14:23.97, Geib (WSU) 14:24.27, Suver (EWU) 14:25.78. Non-D-I: Moeller (CCS) 14:48.48.

10,000–Limpf (EWU) 29:57.13, Polley (WSU) 30:12.72, Geib (WSU) 30:18.10, Moeller (CCS) 30:28.14, C. Williams (WSU) 30:41.22.

110 hurdles–R. Williams (WSU) 13.92, Dittmer (I) 13.98, J. Anderson (WSU) 14.08, Shaw (I) 14.32, E. Williams (I) 14.38. Non-D-I: Walden (CCS) 14.81.

400 hurdles–Anderson (WSU) 49.55, Leavitt (WSU) 50.82, R. Williams (WSU) 52.87, Spaun (Whit) 54.43, Walden (CCS) 54.55.

4x100 relay–Washington State 40.12, Idaho 41.56, Eastern Washington 41.93, CC Spokane 42.52, Whitworth 43.94.

4x400 relay–Washington State 3:07.47, Eastern Washington 3:15.02, Whitworth 3:18.13, Idaho 3:19.43, CC Spokane 3:22.80.

High jump–Arrivey (WSU) 7-21/2, Stelzer (Whit) 6-111/2, Edwards (CCS) 6-93/4, Praast (EWU) 6-9, Deese (WSU) 6-83/4.

Pole vault–Carpenter (I) 17-1, L. Pope (I) 16-83/4, Uhlenkott (EWU) 15-7, Grant (CCS), Brown (WSU) and Chavez (EWU) 15-1. Open: Taylor (unat) 15-1.

Long jump–E. Williams (I) 26-3/4, Moody (WSU) 24-9, Penrod (EWU) 23-21/2, Hopkins (EWU) 22-91/4w, Edwards (CCS) 22-8.

Triple jump–Holmon (I) 51-1, Zapata (WSU) 50-6w, E. Williams (I) 49-3/4, Brady (I) 48-13/4, Moore (EWU) 47-91/4w. Non-D-I: K. Williams (CCS) 46-91/2.

Shot put–Winger (I) 68-51/4, Howard (CCS) 55-81/2, Whitney (I) 53-113/4, Kintner (Whit) 53-11, MacArthur (WSU) 52-1.

Discus–Winger (I) 199-6, Whitney (I) 170-4, Howard (CCS) 164-9, Rogan (I) 161-5, Wauters (I) 160-10. Open: Lamb (unat) 204-0, Ulrick (unat) 194-9, Dixon (Bigfoot TC) 169-3.

Hammer–Mattox (I) 211-7, Wauters (I) 210-0, Rogan (I) 203-2, MacArthur (WSU) 202-10, Winger (I) 202-3. Non-D-I: J. Smith (CCS) 178-10. Open: Ruud (unat) 194-1.

Javelin–Jeffreys (WSU) 237-4, Bache (WSU) 213-5, Mettler (EWU) 207-9, Clevenger (EWU) 207-8, Kemp (Whit) 206-1. Open: Murray (Bigfoot TC) 238-8, Weidman (Bigfoot TC) 234-3, McCormick (Bigfoot TC) 228-4.

Decathlon–Moody (WSU) 7,787, Schauble (WSU) 6,785, Spaun (Whit) 6,641, Armstrong (CCS) 5,929, Lattin (EWU) 5,819.

WOMEN

100 meters–Griffey (WSU) 11.72w, James (CCS) 11.82w, Deyo (EWU) 12.18, Porter-Red (WSU) 12.25, Jensen (WSU) 12.42.

200–Griffey (WSU) 23.90w, Porter-Red (WSU) 24.16, James (CCS) 24.63w, Long (EWU) 24.87, Goodman (I) 24.94w. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 24.49.

400–King (WSU) 55.48, Griffey (WSU) 55.96, Porter-Red (WSU) 56.00, Layman (WSU) 56.12, Rey (I) 56.65. Non-D-I: Mattila (Whit) 58.98.

800–Layman (WSU) 2:04.87, Egami (WSU) 2:11.74, DeMartini (WSU) 2:13.36, Gonzalez (WSU) 2:14.08, Paul (WSU) 2:17.68. Non-D-I: Eckstein (CCS) 2:18.29.

1,500–Egami (WSU) 4:27.45, Trane (WSU) 4:30.30, Moseley (EWU) 4:30.33, DeMartini (WSU) 4:30.71, Bridgmon (EWU) 4:32.21. Non-D-I: Eckstein (CCS) 4:37.50.

3,000 steeplechase–Leonard (WSU) 10:16.36, Trane (WSU) 10:16.75, Lawrence (WSU) 10:25.27, Lee-Painter (I) 10:37.24, Andrews (WSU) 10:49.08. Non-D-I: K. Williams (Whit) 11:31.4h.

5,000–Bridgmon (EWU) 16:33.60, Gonzalez (WSU) 16:42.91, Moseley (EWU) 16:44.09, Macalister (I) 17:32.61, VanDeBrake (WSU) 18:00.22. Non-D-I: Mayer (Whit) 18:24.54.

10,000–Bridgmon (EWU) 36:58.52, McFadden (I) 37:49.39, Mayer (Whit) 38:05.9h, Macalister (I) 39:33.23, Nickelson (EWU) 39:33.49.

100 hurdles–Gordon (I) 13.76, Bergland (I) 13.93, Jensen (WSU) 14.23, J. Williams (WSU) 14.45, Draser (I) 14.51. Non-D-I: Mattila (Whit) 15.41. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 13.27.

400 hurdles–King (WSU) 58.39, Elseroad-Wall (WSU) 1:00.17, Frey (EWU) 1:01.71, Burt (I) 1:02.14, Mattila (Whit) 1:02.37.

4x100 relay–Washington State 45.91, Eastern Washington 46.93, CC Spokane 47.24, Idaho 47.38, Whitworth 50.62.

4x400 relay–Washington State 3:39.17, Idaho 3:51.89, Eastern Washington 3:55.35, CC Spokane 4:00.60, Whitworth 4:06.02.

High jump–Jungmark (WSU) 5-111/4, Hanson (WSU) 5-83/4, Chadez (I) 5-7, Collins (I) 5-51/4, Draser (I) 5-41/4. Non-D-I: Moss (CCS) 5-31/4. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 5-111/2.

Pole vault–Owen (I) 14-51/4, Dahlgren (I) 13-33/4, Mays (WSU) and Huestis (WSU) and Friese (EWU) 12-11/2. Non-D-I: Harless (CCS) 11-13/4. Open: Moore (unat) 11-13/4.

Long jump–Draser (I) 19-93/4, Missouri (WSU) 19-31/4w, James (CCS) and Schuetzle (WSU) 19-2, Burt (I) and Deyo (EWU) 18-21/4. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 20-101/2.

Triple jump–Schuetzle (WSU) 40-11/2w, Burns (WSU) 40-11/4, Missouri (WSU) 40-0w, Davis (EWU) 38-3/4, Dormaier (Whit) 37-91/2w.

Shot put–Bothum (I) 52-0, Zita (WSU) 49-1, Garberg (WSU) 47-9, Hale (I) 45-81/2, C. Hutchinson (CCS) 45-3. Open: Chaney (unat) 48-81/4.

Discus–Garberg (WSU) 175-10, C. Hutchinson (CCS) 159-10, Millard (EWU) 154-8, Bothum (I) 149-6, Hale (I) 142-6. Open: Chaney (unat) 157-5.

Hammer–Garberg (WSU) 204-9, Midles (I) 181-11, Luckenbach (EWU) 179-6, Kirley-Price (EWU) 179-1, Garcia (CCS) 160-7.

Javelin–Braun (CCS) 164-11, Tschida (WSU) 161-8, Peterson (EWU) 154-5, McCormack (WSU) 143-4, Barnett (I) 142-10.

Heptathlon–Collins (I) 4,951, Burt (I) 4,842, Draser (I) 4,768, Goodman (I) 4,686, J. Williams (WSU) 4,538. Non-D-I: Dormaier (Whit) 4,313. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 6,190.

Regional qualifiers

Athletes from Inland Northwest colleges and area athletes from other schools who have met the qualifying standards and declared to compete in the NCAA regional competition May 30-31. Conference champions (CC) earn entry without meeting the standards. The 10,000 meters, decathlon and heptathlon are not contested at the regional level, but are filled with athletes who meet either the automatic or provisional qualifying standards. Top-five finishers in individual events and top three relay teams from regionals advance to the NCAA championships. A select number of at-large athletes who didn’t achieve those finishes will fill the national fields, based on the national descending order of performance lists.

West Regional

At Northridge, Calif.

Friday-Saturday

MEN

200–Justin Woods (WSU) 21.21.

800–Bastien Tardy (I) 1:50.11.

1,500–Laef Barnes (UCLA/Mead) 3:41.76c.

3,000 steeplechase–Alex Grant (WSU) 8:51.24, Sam Ahlbeck (WSU) 8:55.26, Rich Nelson (BYU/Shadle) 8:58.08, Justin Houck (Portland/Ferris) 9:02.82.

5,000–Paul Limpf (EWU) 14:09.32.

110 hurdles–Robert Williams (WSU) 13.92, Paul Dittmer (I) 13.98.

400 hurdles–Jeshua Anderson (WSU) 49.55, Barry Leavitt (WSU) 50.82.

4x100 relay–Washington State (Andre Jennings, Justin Woods, Jeshua Anderson, Marlon Murray) 40.12.

4x400 relay–Washington State (Barry Leavitt, Jeshua Anderson, Reny Follett, Justin Woods) 3:07.47.

High jump–Trent Arrivey (WSU) 7-21/2.

Pole vault–Mike Carpenter (I) 17-1, Lucas Pope (I/Lake City) 16-83/4.

Long jump–Elvie Williams (I) 26-3/4, Rickey Moody (WSU) 24-9.

Triple jump–David Holmon (I) 51-1, Morena Zapata (WSU) 50-6w, Cameron Moore (EWU/Ferris) 47-91/4w (CC).

Shot put–Russ Winger (I) 68-51/4, Craig Kent (Cal/CV) 58-8.

Discus–Russ Winger (I) 199-6, Craig Kent (Cal/CV) 178-10, Beau Whitney (I) 170-4.

Hammer–Marcus Mattox (I) 211-7, Matt Wauters (I) 210-0, James Rogan (I) 203-2, Phil MacArthur (WSU/Selkirk) 202-10, Jake Boling (I) 190-4.

Javelin–Jon Jeffreys (WSU/WV) 237-4, Nathan Bache (WSU) 213-5, Aaron Mettler (EWU) 207-9, John Clevenger (EWU) 207-8, Kyle Hook (I) 206-0.

WOMEN

800–Anna Layman (WSU/CV) 2:04.87, Nikki Codd (NAU/Mead) 2:09.01.

1,500–Lisa Egami (WSU) 4:27.45.

3,000 steeplechase–Megan Leonard (WSU) 10:16.36, Sara Trane (WSU) 10:16.75, Collier Lawrence (WSU) 10:25.27, Allix Lee-Painter (I/Moscow) 10:37.24, Amanda Andrews (WSU) 10:49.08.

5,000–Maddie Bridgmon (EWU) 16:33.60, Isley Gonzalez (WSU) 16:42.91, Camille Moseley (EWU) 16:44.09.

100 hurdles–Christie Gordon (I) 13.76.

400 hurdles–Lorraine King (WSU) 58.39., Veronica Elseroad-Wall (WSU) 1:00.17.

High jump–Ebba Jungmark (WSU) 5-111/4, McKinnon Hanson (WSU) 5-83/4.

Pole vault–Melinda Owen (I) 14-51/4, K.C. Dahlgren (I) 13-33/4.

Long jump–Alice Draser (I) 19-93/4, Erin Bell (ISU/Lakeland) 19-43/4 (CC)

Shot put–Mykael Bothum (I) 52-0, Jessica Zita (WSU) 49-1.

Discus–Kate Hutchinson (USC/Pullman) 178-1, McKenzie Garberg (WSU) 175-10, Bonnie Millard (EWU/Priest River) 154-8 (CC).

Hammer–McKenzie Garberg (WSU) 204-9, Gabby Midles (I) 181-11, Nicole Luckenbach (EWU) 179-6, Erica Kirley-Price (EWU) 179-1.

Javelin–Marissa Tschida (WSU) 161-8, Amanda Peterson (EWU) 154-5, Jasmine McCormack (WSU) 143-4, Anne Barnett (I) 142-10.

Midwest Regional

At Lincoln, Neb.

Friday-Saturday

MEN

Shot put–David Lissy (Air Force/Sandpoint) 56-4.

Discus–David Lissy (Air Force/Sandpoint) 173-1.

Fish counts

The upstream movement of Chinook, steelhead and shad at Columbia and Snake River Dams on 10/4 and year-to-date totals:

SiteChinookSteelheadShad
Bonneville1320917916
Year totals119076390339729
The Dalles74923527
Year totals8842013935456
John Day63816n/a
Year totals744743235n/a
McNary78820
Year totals5764224568
Priest Rapids
Year totals80651090
Wells
Year totals520124n/a
Ice Harbor
Year totals3803231720
L.Monumental47900
Year totals3443940270
Little Goose15641n/a
Year totals291912654n/a
Lower Granite184620
Year totals2471377460

Moves

BASEBALL

American League

DETROIT TIGERS—Placed OF Gary Sheffield on the 15-day DL. Recalled 1B Jeff Larish from Toledo (IL).

NEW YORK YANKEES—Signed 1B Ben Broussard to a minor league contract.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Activated SS David Eckstein from the 15-day DL. Optioned INF Hector Luna to Syracuse (IL).

National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Placed OF Eric Byrnes on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF Alex Romero from Tucson (PCL).

CINCINNATI REDS—Purchased the contract of OF Jay Bruce from Louisville (IL). Designated 1B Scott Hatteberg for assignment.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Agreed to terms with RHP Julian Tavarez. Optioned LHP Zach Jackson to Nashville (PCL).

PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Activated SS Jack Wilson from the 15-day DL. Optioned SS Brian Bixler to Indianapolis (IL).

American Association

FORT WORTH CATS—Released LHP Kelly Shearer and RHP Wayne Hedden.

SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS—Signed OF Geoff Wagner.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

CAROLINA PANTHERS—Re-signed CB Curtis Deloatch.

DENVER BRONCOS—Agreed to terms with RB Michael Pittman.

GREEN BAY PACKERS—Named Reggie McKenzie director of football operations, Eliot Wolf and Tim Terry assistant directors of pro personnel, Richmond Williams college scout and Jon-Eric Sullivan area scout.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed LB Brannon Carter and WR Daniel Davis.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Signed LB Chris Graham, LB William Kershaw and DB Tuff Harris.

NEW YORK JETS—Signed RB Musa Smith.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Waived LB Ezra Butler.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Acquired DE Erasmus James from Minnesota for a conditional seventh-round draft pick. Released DE Dorian Smith.

Canadian Football League

MONTREAL ALOUETTES—Signed WR Peter Warrick, DB Paul Woldu and OF Julius Orieukwu

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS—Signed OL Bruce McCaleb, DB Willie Amos, CB Josh Lay, WR Kerry Johnson and DB Steven Holness.

Arena Football League

ARIZONA RATTLERS—Released DB Terrance Joseph.

COLUMBUS DESTROYERS—Waived OL Cody Douglas

KANSAS CITY BRIGADE—Signed QB Quincy Carter. Waived QB Matt Kohn.

ORLANDO PREDATORS—Waived WR-LB Ron Johnson.

TAMPA BAY STORM—Signed WR Henry Douglas.

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STOCKTON LIGHTNING—Fired Doug Murray, coach. Named Chad Carlson interim coach.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Acquired D Jonathan Sigalet from Boston for the rights to LW Matt Marquardt.

WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Re-signed RW Matt Bradley to a three-year contract.

COLLEGE

NCAA—Named Brian Gordon swimming and diving secretary-rules editor.

ALBRIGHT—Named Dave Walberg sports information director.

BATES—Named Pat Cosquer men’s and women’s squash coach.

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN—Named Stephanie VanBrakle softball coach.

COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY—Announced the retirement of Joe Camillone, athletic trainer.

EVANSVILLE—Named Misty Murphy women’s basketball coach.

FLORIDA ATLANTIC—Named Mike Jarvis men’s basketball coach.

GEORGETOWN—Announced basketball G Jeremiah Rivers will transfer to Indiana.

HAMILTON—Named Erin Reding women’s volleyball coach.

IDAHO STATE—Named Seton Sobolewski women’s basketball coach

MEMPHIS—Named Danielle O’Banion women’s assistant basketball coach.

MINNESOTA—Dismissed sophomore KR Harold Howell from the football team for academic reasons.

NOTRE DAME—Named Anthony Solomon men’s assistant basketball coach.

MASSACHUSETTS-LOWELL—Named Shawn McEachern assistant hockey coach.

MONTANA—Named Gina Schmidt and Kandice Kelly women’s volleyball assistants.

ST. CLOUD STATE—Named Ian Shoemaker co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

TEXAS STATE—Promoted Patrick Henry from women’s assistant basketball coach to associate head coach.

Today’s Odds

America’s Line

NBA playoffs

FavoritePts (O/U)Underdog
CELTICS5.5 (172)Pistons

Home team in capital letters.


          Adopt Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional details regarding Pickles please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Pickles was picked up as a stray. He is adorable and friendly and loves t... see more at Pet finder

          Adopt Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional info regarding Koby please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Koby was picked up as a stray. He immediately bonded with a gorgeous senior... see more at Pet finder

          Knockout of l-Histidine Decarboxylase Prevents Cholangiocyte Damage and Hepatic Fibrosis in Mice Subjected to High-Fat Diet Feeding via Disrupted Histamine/Leptin Signaling.      Comment   Translate Page      
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Knockout of l-Histidine Decarboxylase Prevents Cholangiocyte Damage and Hepatic Fibrosis in Mice Subjected to High-Fat Diet Feeding via Disrupted Histamine/Leptin Signaling.

Am J Pathol. 2018 03;188(3):600-615

Authors: Kennedy L, Hargrove L, Demieville J, Bailey JM, Dar W, Polireddy K, Chen Q, Nevah Rubin MI, Sybenga A, DeMorrow S, Meng F, Stockton L, Alpini G, Francis H

Abstract
Feeding a high-fat diet (HFD) coupled with sugar, mimicking a Western diet, causes fatty liver disease in mice. Histamine induces biliary proliferation and fibrosis and regulates leptin signaling. Wild-type (WT) and l-histidine decarboxylase (Hdc-/-) mice were fed a control diet or an HFD coupled with a high fructose corn syrup equivalent. Hematoxylin and eosin and Oil Red O staining were performed to determine steatosis. Biliary mass and cholangiocyte proliferation were evaluated by immunohistochemistry. Senescence and fibrosis were measured by quantitative PCR and immunohistochemistry. Hepatic stellate cell activation was detected by immunofluorescence. Histamine and leptin levels were measured by enzyme immunoassay. Leptin receptor (Ob-R) was evaluated by quantitative PCR. The HDC/histamine/histamine receptor axis, ductular reaction, and biliary senescence were evaluated in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, or end-stage liver disease. Hdc-/- HFD mice had increased steatosis compared with WT HFD mice. WT HFD mice had increased biliary mass, biliary proliferation, senescence, fibrosis, and hepatic stellate cell activation, which were reduced in Hdc-/- HFD mice. In Hdc-/- HFD mice, serum leptin levels increased, whereas biliary Ob-R expression decreased. Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis patients had increased HDC/histamine/histamine receptor signaling. Hdc-/- HFD mice are susceptible to obesity via dysregulated leptin/Ob-R signaling, whereas the lack of HDC protects from HFD-induced fibrosis and cholangiocyte damage. HDC/histamine/leptin signaling may be important in managing obesity-induced biliary damage.

PMID: 29248461 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


          On Call Enroller III Bilingual English/Spanish - (Stockton, California, United States)      Comment   Translate Page      
The Enroller is accountable for facilitating targeted enrollment activities to help increase membership and build support for Kaiser Permanente. All incumbents will be hired as On-Call / Per-Diem. No benefits will be provided. The hourly rate is a fixed rate per region. The hourly rate will be reviewed and approved annually by National Functions Compensation. Works a flexible schedule with unpredictable hours that may include evenings and weekends. On average, works 20-25 hours per week during the busy season. Some weeks may require more hours while other weeks may require fewer hours. Essential Responsibilities: Represent the health plan and promote Kaiser Permanente products and services to members and prospects. Answer questions about the health plan and benefits to convey Kaiser Permanente's unique value proposition. Attends employer, community, and open enrollment events as assigned. The purpose of the events is to educate and inform members and prospects about Kaiser Permanente and its products. Most events take half a day. May be assigned to more than one event on a given day and must complete logistic coordination with Admin and S&AM staff, including ensuring all appropriate materials are delivered, pick up / drop off of materials. Delivers formal, stand-up presentations to employees and prospective members and fields specific questions about benefits and services. Acts as liaison to Account Managers, Sales Representatives and members. Develops relationships with existing accounts, members and brokers and respond to inquiries. Communicates meeting outcomes, competitive information, and customer needs. Completes timely meeting summaries, time keeping and expense reports. Must successfully complete onboarding training and compliance before being assigned to enrollment events.
          CDL A - Owner Operator - Bulk Transportation - Stockton, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
Owner Operators (O/O) - Independent Contractors. Class-A CDL with Tanker & Hazmat endorsements required. CDL-A Owner Operator Truck Driver....
From Bulk Transportation - Fri, 01 Feb 2019 05:11:19 GMT - View all Stockton, CA jobs
          Sterile Processing Technician II Certified - Grade 390 - (Stockton, California, United States)      Comment   Translate Page      
Under direct/indirect supervision follows approved infection control, quality assurance and departmental policies and procedures. Collects, cleans, decontaminates, disinfects and/or sterilizes surgical instruments, trays and packs, reusable medical devices and patient care equipment for inpatient Nursing and Medical Office departments. Inventories, restocks and distributes instruments, reusable medical equipment and medical supplies to Medical Center. Works a majority of time in a Sterile Processing Department cleaning, preparing, assembling, sterilizing, prepare packs, instruments, and trays for the medical center and/or medical office building. Will process inpatient operating room instruments. May assist in departmental in-services and training. Must hold current CS/SPD Certification with either the Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution (CBSPD) or The International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materials Management. Essential Functions: - Infection Control - Standard Precautions: Adherence to handwashing requirements, workflow patterns, standard precautions, sterility assurance, biological monitoring, & dress code. - Quality Assurance Monitoring: Validates & maintains: event-related protocols; disinfection and/or sterilization load parameters & records; inventory check sheet(s); & equipment monitoring. - Documentation: Meets regulatory requirements for sterilization, high level disinfection, biological monitoring, & employee competencies. - Accurately document & maintain daily records of all QA & sterilization functions according to regulatory agency & Infection Control standards. - Policies & Procedures: Adheres to Organizational & Departmental policies & procedures. - Staff Development: Participate in department employee orientation (DEO), meetings, & employee evaluation & competency programs. - Maintains current Sterile Processing Technician Certification. - May assist in departmental inservices & training. - Decontamination Skills: Wears personal protective equipment. - Inspects, disassembles, sorts, cleans, & processes reusable instrumentation & equipment. - Selects & operates specialized cleaning equipment. - Follows manufacturer recommendations for use of cleaning agents. - Follows device manufactures cleaning guidelines. - Maintains adequate cleaning supplies. - As designated reprocesses endoscopes. - Instrumentation Assembly 2 Identifies, inspects, & assembles all general & specialty instruments, various power equipment, laser & endoscopic instruments per specifications & manufacturer recommendations. - Preparation & Packaging: According to manufacturer guidelines, selects & prepares packaging materials for the sterilization of reusable instrumentation. - Principles of Sterilization: Selects appropriate method of sterilization. - Maintains accurate sterilization records. - Properly loads & unloads sterilization cart items. - Verifies that sterilization parameters have been met before distribution of load. - Equipment & Supply Mgmt: Collect, clean, check, distribute, & track patient care equipment. - As designated, order patient care equipment, inventory assigned supply areas for replenishment, & rotate stock appropriately & stocks general & surgical carts. - Report all malfunctioning equipment to appropriate department. - Workplace Safety: Demonstrates awareness of personal & work area safety at all times. - Complies w/ facility safety policies & procedures, including those for bloodborne pathogens & communicable diseases. - Takes prompt corrective actions when hazard identified (reporting or removing, as appropriate). - Attends required safety training. - Professionalism: Demonstrates effective written & oral communication skills. - Actively supports & contributes teamwork in the workplace. - Takes responsibility & is accountable for own professional work ethics. - Demonstrate responsibility in adhering to posted work schedules. - Assist in inservice & training. - Supports departmental related computer programs. - May assume interdepartmental liaison responsibilities. - In the absence of the Senior Technician, may assume interdepartmental liaison responsibilities. - Supervisory Responsibilities: This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
          How you can help this smiling little boy to get a new trike      Comment   Translate Page      
A MISSION to help a three-year-old boy from South Warrington who suffers from cerebral palsy is coming to Stockton Heath.
          Adopt Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional details regarding Pickles please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Pickles was picked up as a stray. He is adorable and friendly and loves t... see more at Pet finder

          Adopt Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional info regarding Koby please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Koby was picked up as a stray. He immediately bonded with a gorgeous senior... see more at Pet finder

          Wireless Retail Sales Representative - Stockton Hill Rd - Sprint by Experts Choice - Kingman, AZ      Comment   Translate Page      
Has a proven track record in retail sales and customer service with demonstrated ability to use selling tools such as calling campaigns, credit cards, social... $45,000 a year
From Sprint by Experts Choice - Thu, 28 Mar 2019 00:24:27 GMT - View all Kingman, AZ jobs
          4/13/2019: TV & RADIO: TRADITIONAL MUSIC Fleadh Cheoil      Comment   Translate Page      

RTÉ One, 8.30pm John Creedon and Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh introduce more highlights from the event, including the Southside Fiddlers, Stockton’s Wing and dancing from St Laurence’s Gate with the Robinson School of Irish Dancing.
          (USA-AZ-Kingman) Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2042 - Kingman)      Comment   Translate Page      
Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2042 - Kingman) (19011230) Description At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew. **What’s in it for you: * Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year) * Free food (yes, really FREE) * Medical, dental, and vision insurance * Paid breaks * Paid time off * Holiday closures * Full time and part time opportunities * Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew) * Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year* * Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs) **What we’re looking for:** * Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude * Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members) * Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot) We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found. We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team. At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today. **Requirements (the fine print):** * You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle * You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location *Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year. Primary Location: Arizona - Kingman - 2042 - Kingman-(02042) Work Location: 2042 - Kingman-(02042) 3455 Stockton Hill Rd, Ste C Kingman 86401
          John Stockton, neighbors told to pay $500,000 in legal fees after trying to stop development on Priest Lake      Comment   Translate Page      

Along with his lake cabin neighbor, the former NBA star tried to stop a contracted sale and the construction of multiple lakefront properties on 65 acres of undeveloped wetlands.
          (USA-CA-Stockton) Restaurant Team Member - Crew (299 - Weberstown)      Comment   Translate Page      
Restaurant Team Member - Crew (299 - Weberstown) (19011618) Description At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew. **What’s in it for you: * Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year) * Free food (yes, really FREE) * Medical, dental, and vision insurance * Paid breaks * Paid time off * Holiday closures * Full time and part time opportunities * Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew) * Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year* * Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs) **What we’re looking for:** * Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude * Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members) * Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot) We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found. We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team. At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today. **Requirements (the fine print):** * You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle * You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location *Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year. Primary Location: California - Stockton - 0299 - Weberstown-(00299) Work Location: 0299 - Weberstown-(00299) 4940 Pacific Avenue Stockton 95207
          (USA-CA-Stockton) Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2387 - Park West Stockton)      Comment   Translate Page      
Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2387 - Park West Stockton) (19011447) Description At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew. **What’s in it for you: * Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year) * Free food (yes, really FREE) * Medical, dental, and vision insurance * Paid breaks * Paid time off * Holiday closures * Full time and part time opportunities * Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew) * Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year* * Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs) **What we’re looking for:** * Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude * Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members) * Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot) We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found. We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team. At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today. **Requirements (the fine print):** * You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle * You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location *Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year. Primary Location: California - Stockton - 2387 - Park West Stockton-(02387) Work Location: 2387 - Park West Stockton-(02387) 10710 Trinity Pkwy, Ste A Stockton 95219-7229
          Wireless Retail Sales Representative - Stockton Hill Rd - Sprint by Experts Choice - Kingman, AZ      Comment   Translate Page      
Has a proven track record in retail sales and customer service with demonstrated ability to use selling tools such as calling campaigns, credit cards, social... $45,000 a year
From Sprint by Experts Choice - Thu, 28 Mar 2019 00:24:27 GMT - View all Kingman, AZ jobs
          John Stockton, neighbors told to pay $500,000 in legal fees after trying to stop development on Priest Lake      Comment   Translate Page      

Along with his lake cabin neighbor, the former NBA star tried to stop a contracted sale and the construction of multiple lakefront properties on 65 acres of undeveloped wetlands.
          Stockton Elementary Student Taken to Hospital after Eating Cannabis-Laced Rice Krispies Treat      Comment   Translate Page      
STOCKTON – A young student ended up in the hospital after ingesting an edible on a Stockton campus on Tuesday. “These are kids… they are elementary students,” said Areli Baraza. Baraza’s seventh-grade nephew told her it happened at Maxine Hong Kingston Elementary School. “I feel distraught thinking that these kids could be put in a situation where they don’t know about peer pressure, or drugs or how serious they are,” she said. One student told FOX40 that the edible was […]
          Stockton Celebrates Asparagus      Comment   Translate Page      
Everything's asparagus in Stockton this weekend.
          John Stockton, neighbors told to pay $500,000 in legal fees after trying to stop development on Priest Lake      Comment   Translate Page      

Along with his lake cabin neighbor, the former NBA star tried to stop a contracted sale and the construction of multiple lakefront properties on 65 acres of undeveloped wetlands.
          Stockton Heat vs Bakersfield Condors, Apr 14, 2019 – Preview, Where to Watch, Score      Comment   Translate Page      
AHL, Stockton – Bakersfield, Sunday, 8:00 pm ET Score, Highlights Probability of winning Stockton 33.35% Draw 22.74% Bakersfield 43.92% Short Preview Let’s watch a game between leader and outsider (ranked 13 and 2). Two teams are playing changeable. Bakersfield could have problems with physics compare with it opponent – last days they played more matches…
          Man, 55, reported missing near Stockton      Comment   Translate Page      
POLICE are looking for a 55-year-old man who was reported missing in the early hours of Sunday morning (April 14).
          Adopt Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional details regarding Pickles please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Pickles was picked up as a stray. He is adorable and friendly and loves t... see more at Pet finder

          Adopt Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional info regarding Koby please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Koby was picked up as a stray. He immediately bonded with a gorgeous senior... see more at Pet finder

          Adopt Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional details regarding Pickles please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Pickles was picked up as a stray. He is adorable and friendly and loves t... see more at Pet finder

          Adopt Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional info regarding Koby please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Koby was picked up as a stray. He immediately bonded with a gorgeous senior... see more at Pet finder

          Comment on Open Thread Non-Petroleum, April 10, 2019 by Cats@Home      Comment   Translate Page      
<b>The crowd-sourced, social media swarm that is betting Tesla will crash and burn</b> By Russ Mitchell https://www.latimes.com/business/autos/la-fi-hy-tesla-short-sellers-musk-20190408-story.html It’s a sunny day in March and “Machine Planet” is flying a single-engine Cessna over Northern California. He’s cruising at 1,500 feet toward a massive lot leased by electric-car maker Tesla. His mission: to burst the Tesla bubble. And make some money doing it. What he sees today makes his eyes widen: more than 100 car-carrier trailers, the kind you see on highways hauling new cars to dealers. They’re lined up in neat rows. Empty. Idle. “Ten days left in the quarter, and they’re just sitting there,” said Machine Planet, peering down at the remote landscape outside Lathrop. Tesla bought those trailers to aid what Chief Executive Elon Musk said will be an unprecedented wave of new car deliveries in March. But to Machine Planet — that’s the name he uses on Twitter — the scene just confirms his suspicions that there are lots all around the U.S. filled with unsold Tesla cars. (He and others claim to have counted 52.) If you spend any time on the Twitter hashtag $TslaQ, you know what this means to Tesla short sellers. They believe the lots full of new Model 3s — and Models S and X vehicles, too — show Tesla has reached a cliff in demand for its vehicles. When the rest of the world finally admits the company’s days as a fast-growth story are numbered, they say, its stock price will crash, creating a bonanza for investors who, like Machine Planet, have bet big that Tesla’s shares are grossly overvalued. In April 2018, laid up after surgery, he listened to a lively conversation about the short case on the irreverent financial markets podcast Quoth the Raven. “I found there was this whole community of people studying this company. I got sucked in completely over the next two months.” He started shorting. He had nothing against Musk at the time. “It was purely financial. My opinion of Musk was very neutral,” he said. “The double landing of SpaceX rockets? I was impressed as anybody else.” But he noticed car-buyer demand was a big topic on $TslaQ. Contributors posted Google satellite shots of lots in remote locations, far from the company’s Fremont factory, where cars were being stored. One spot was in Lathrop, not far from Stockton, in an unirrigated section of the Central Valley known as the “dust bowl.” A couple of $TslaQ contributors had spotted an ad for Tesla jobs there. They found what seemed like hundreds or thousands of Model 3s being trucked into a lot through a gate and behind fences. But they couldn’t get a good look inside. “So I flew to Lathrop,” Machine Planet said. “There was this amazing moment when I realized the entire facility was packed with cars.” More than 3,000, he said. “That was entirely the moment where we went from kind of believing Elon about demand and not being able to build enough cars to [finding evidence that] the cars are either not sold or not salable.”
          Altamirano goes six in Ports' one-hitter      Comment   Translate Page      
Xavier Altamirano gave up one hit over six innings and A's No. 7 prospect Jameson Hannah collected three hits in Class A Advanced Stockton's 2-0 blanking of Modesto on Saturday night.
          Geek Squad Consultation Agent      Comment   Translate Page      
CA-Stockton, Geek Squad Consultation Agent Our Agents are the first point of contact for clients and command the check-in and check-out experience of client devices. They ask the right questions, listen to client needs, take detailed notes, and partner with our Advanced Repair Agents to fully resolve the issue. It's the Consultant Agent's mission to ensure no client is ever left unserved or underserved. Respon
          Nuts Shutout 2-0      Comment   Translate Page      
MODESTO, CA. - Two seventh-inning runs broke up a pitcher's duel as the Modesto Nuts fell 2-0 against the Stockton Ports on Saturday night at John Thu... - CalL Modesto Nuts
          Pitching Twirls One-Hit Shutout in 2-0 Victory      Comment   Translate Page      
MODESTO, Calif. - For a second time in three games, the Stockton Ports blanked the Modesto Nuts at John Thurman Field. On Saturday night, Stockton pit... - CalL Stockton Ports
          Geek Squad Consultation Agent      Comment   Translate Page      
CA-Stockton, Geek Squad Consultation Agent Our Agents are the first point of contact for clients and command the check-in and check-out experience of client devices. They ask the right questions, listen to client needs, take detailed notes, and partner with our Advanced Repair Agents to fully resolve the issue. It's the Consultant Agent's mission to ensure no client is ever left unserved or underserved. Respon
          Pitching Twirls One-Hit Shutout In 2-0 Victory      Comment   Translate Page      
MODESTO, Calif. - For a second time in three games, the Stockton Ports blanked the Modesto Nuts at John Thurman Field.
          Adopt Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Pickles - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional details regarding Pickles please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Pickles was picked up as a stray. He is adorable and friendly and loves t... see more at Pet finder

          Adopt Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA a Pot Bellied (Koby - Fostered in Stockton, CA (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
LOCATED: Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary located in Stockton, CA www.harvesthomesanctuary.org For additional info regarding Koby please email XXXX@harvesthomesanctuary.org Koby was picked up as a stray. He immediately bonded with a gorgeous senior... see more at Pet finder

          McIlroy on right track despite appearances, says former guru      Comment   Translate Page      
Among the many who came to Augusta National hoping to witness a Career Slam from Rory McIlroy was his one-time putting guru, Dave Stockton. It was Stockton's first tournament this year due to knee replacement surgery and he was especially anxious to observe McIlroy's progress under Brad Faxon.
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