Western Beaver Defeats Beaver 22-14

In a historic game between two neighboring teams who have never played against each other,  A close thrilling match was the result. Early in the game, the Bobcats came out fast, scoring the first points on the board . Soon after though,  the Golden Beavers responded and scored a touchdown.  The first quarter ended with a score tied at 7.  within the first minute of the second quarter, Western Beaver got an 80 yard pick 6, and sealed it off with a successful two point conversion, taking a lead of 15 to 7.  The Golden Beavers then went on to secure a fumble by the Bobcats and and took it in for another 7 points.  The Bobcats came back and made it down the field to get another touchdown before the half was over.  The first half ended with a score of 22 – 14 in favor of Western Beaver.  In the second half, Beaver made continuous attempts to even up the score, but each time they made it into Golden Beaver territory they were stopped on downs, or in the case of one drive, a fumble that was recovered by Western Beaver.  The second half ended scoreless, bringing the game to an end and giving Western Beaver the victory with a final score of 22 – 14.

 

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Envelope addressed to White House contained ricin

AP source: Envelope addressed to White House contained ricin
By MICHAEL BALSAMO Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal officials have intercepted an envelope addressed to the White House that contained the poison ricin. That’s according to a law enforcement official who spoke to The Associated Press on Saturday. The official says the envelope was intercepted at a government facility that screens mail addressed to the White House and President Donald Trump. The official says that a preliminary investigation indicates it tested positive for ricin, a poison found naturally in castor beans. Federal investigators are working to determine where the envelope originated and who mailed it.

Court’s decisions didn’t end Pennsylvania voting law fight

Court’s decisions didn’t end Pennsylvania voting law fight
By MARC LEVY Associated Press
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The Nov. 3 presidential contest will test Pennsylvania’s ability to handle a massive mail-in vote and, while its high court settled several partisan points of dispute over how to update the state’s election law, counties remain unprepared in several important ways. Plus, the legal challenges are not necessarily over. Meanwhile, lawmakers and election officials continue to warn that the conditions are ripe for a presidential election result to be left hanging in limbo on a drawn-out vote count in Pennsylvania, a premier battleground state where the result could be very close. Some also warn that huge numbers of mail-in votes could be invalidated, unless the law is changed.

Media celebrates Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life, legacy

Media celebrates Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life, legacy
By LEANNE ITALIE AP Entertainment Writer
NEW YORK (AP) — Across television and streaming services, the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is already front and center. The CNN Films documentary “RBG” will be broadcast Saturday night and again Sunday. It will be available for streaming on CNNgo platforms Sunday through Sept. 26, and is already available on Hulu and Apple TV. A new Time magazine cover will feature Ginsburg for an October double issue presenting the 2020 Time 100 list of the world’s most influential people. It will include a special tribute to the justice. The 2018 bio-drama focused on Ginsburg’s law school years and early legal career is available for purchase on Amazon Prime Video and in the iTunes store.

Central Valley Crushes Blackhawk 49 – 6

After a win against Beaver last week, Blackhawk had to travel to Central Valley for tonight’s game against the Warriors. CV dominated Hopewell last week and they proved their power as a team once again against the Cougars. The warriors started out strong from the gate, scoring a touchdown on their first drive. They continued to roll through the cougars the rest of the first half including picking up a fumble from Beaver and ending the first half with a score of 42 – 0. In the second half, Beaver never gave up the fight and only allowed the Warriors to score one more touchdown in the game. When the clock wound down to the final minute of the game, Beaver finally managed to put some points on the board by scoring a touchdown, They proceeded to try for a two point conversion but were not successful.  The game ended with a score of, Central Valley – 49, Beaver – 6.

AAA: Refrain from Hanging Masks on Your Mirrors

AAA: Refrain from Hanging Masks on Your Mirrors

Window obstructions cause safety hazard for all motorists and pedestrians

 

AAA East Central wants to remind motorists that hanging items from a rear-view mirror, including protective masks, is a safety hazard. With varying requirements about masks/facial coverings in place, many motorists are keeping masks in their cars, and many are hanging them from their rear-view mirrors as a way to keep them handy. This has the potential to partially block their field of vision, putting them and others in harm’s way.

 

“It is essential to have a completely clear field of vision while driving,” says Theresa Podguski, Legislative Director, AAA East Central. “Motorists should keep their masks in their glove boxes, middle consoles, or back seats to avoid this preventable hazard.”

 

In Pennsylvania, it is against the law to operate a vehicle with anything hanging from the rear-view mirror. Moreover, in a typical city, a motorist encounters as many as 200 different situations per mile. The eyes provide nearly all of the information needed to respond to road conditions, traffic patterns, signals, and signs. Obstructing this field of vision, even partially, can cause you to miss things that should be seen, such as signs, pedestrians, wildlife, motorcycles, bikes, or other vehicles.

Pennsylvania Democrats notch key election-related court wins

Pennsylvania Democrats notch key election-related court wins
By MARC LEVY Associated Press
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s highest court has given the Democratic Party a series of victories related to November’s presidential election in the battleground state. One of Thursday’s decisions was in a lawsuit that sought favorable fixes to glitches and gray areas in the mail-in voting law. The court granted Democrats’ request to order a three-day extension of Pennsylvania’s Election Day deadline to count mailed-in ballots. It also authorized satellite election offices and drop boxes to head off an avalanche of mail ballots in Philadelphia and its populous suburbs. Another ruling kicked the Green Party’s presidential candidate off the November ballot for not strictly following procedures for getting on it.

Green Party candidate is ordered off Pennsylvania ballot

Green Party candidate is ordered off Pennsylvania ballot
By MARC LEVY Associated Press
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court says the Green Party’s candidate for president didn’t strictly follow procedures for getting on the state ballot in November’s election and cannot appear on it. Thursday’s decision is a win for Democrats as Joe Biden tries to recapture the critical battleground state’s electoral votes from President Donald Trump. The court in a 5-2 Democratic majority reversed the ruling by a Republican judge on the candidacy of Howie Hawkins. In this case, Democrats targeted what they said were disqualifying irregularities in how the Green Party candidate filed affidavits that accompany paperwork to get on the ballot.

Biden makes push for voters on National Black Voter Day

Biden makes push for voters on National Black Voter Day
By KAT STAFFORD Associated Press
DETROIT (AP) — Joe Biden’s campaign is unveiling a series of nationwide digital events targeting Black voters in swing states — a strategic move to further energize the key demographic as the race heads into its final weeks. The virtual events, which will commemorate Friday’s inaugural National Black Voter Day, will begin with a voter registration and early vote rally in North Carolina featuring vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris as part of the campaign’s “Turn Up and Turn out the Vote Virtual Bus Tour.”

Beaver Valley Interchange on Turnpike to Close on Weekdays for Three Weeks

(Big Beaver, Pa.) The Pennsylvania Turnpike’s Beaver Valley Interchange (Exit 13) will be closed on weekdays for three weeks starting Sept. 21, the Turnpike Commission said.

Crews will be reconstructing the road shoulders and resurfacing the ramps leading to and from the highway, according to a news release. Work is scheduled to stop on the weekends, but the work is weather-dependent and may spill into the weekends.

During the closure, motorists looking to exit or enter the turnpike in the area will be directed to use the New Castle Interchange (Exit 10). Signs will be posted to guide motorists to Route 18.

The Turnpike Commission said Route 18 will be reduced to a single lane between Fairlane Boulevard and Wallace Run Road “for a short time” while work takes place at the ramps.