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    Labor Day Fast Facts Federal appeals court upholds CDCs eviction moratorium As far as preseason games go, one of the biggest will be the Buffalo Bills’ Week 2 contest. It’s against the Chicago Bears on the road. © Provided by Bills Wire That outing will be a bit of a revenge game… or as interesting of one as you can get in the preseason. Buffalo quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is going back to where it all started. Formerly the No. 2 overall pick of the Bears at the 2017 NFL draft, Trubisky is getting a crack at his former employer on Saturday. Furthermore, he’s starting under center as Josh Allen is going to be resting once again. Buckle up. Just kidding, it is still an exhibition after all. Probably because of that, Trubisky didn’t have too much to say specifically about returning to Chicago when he spoke via press conference last week. “It’ll be weird going back there, but I’m lookin forward to it,” Trubisky said. However, indirectly, Trubisky was much more… direct, with his feelings. In terms of now...
    Daniel Kaluuya Is Sexy as All Get Out, and These 30+ Pics Prove It Why You Shouldn’t Assume You’re Getting a Tax Refund Andy Dalton doesn’t have to worry about any sort of competition with Nick Foles in Chicago. The starting job, apparently, has already been promised to him. Dalton said Thursday that the Bears assured him that he was their starting quarterback this season when they agreed to a one-year, $10 million deal earlier this week. “They told me I was the starter. That was one of the reasons why I wanted to come here,” he said, via ESPN. “So every conversation I’ve had has been that, so that’s the assurance that I’ve gotten.” Dalton, 33, racked up 2,170 yards and threw 14 touchdowns last season with the Dallas Cowboys — where he filled in for an injured Dak Prescott for most of the year.His stint in Texas marked his first away from the Cincinnati Bengals, who took him in the second round of the 2011 draft. The Bears moved on from former second overall draft pick Mitchell...
    The Bears’ offer for Russell Wilson has been revealed, and the Seahawks were probably right to have said no. Russell Wilson has not asked the Seattle Seahawks to trade him, though his agent was quick to offer a hypothetical list of teams that would be desirable to go to. That list has one team left who might be open to the move. The Chicago Bears took note of being on Wilson’s list, and apparently made a significant offer before being rejected and left to pivot to Andy Dalton. The offers Seattle might entertain for Wilson are surely not far off from the kind of offers it would take for the Houston Texans to move Deshaun Watson. Franchise quarterbacks cost a premium, after all. On his show Wednesday morning, Dan Patrick revealed the Bears’ offer for Wilson. Heres the video from Dan Patrick, the #Bears offer for Russell Wilson: -Three 1st Round picks-a 3rd Round pick-2 starters (Was not told who those starters were) The Hawks declined. pic.twitter.com/puuvArsyBX — Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 17, 2021 Breaking down the Bears...
    The Trump administration reversed a long-time plan to reintroduce grizzly bears into the North Cascades region of Northern Washington State after cattle ranchers and other local people worried about the animals and said they didn't want them back. Department of the Interior Secretary David Bernhardt on Tuesday said grizzlies will not be reintroduced into the area as part of the final rule making decision on the North Cascades Ecosystem Grizzly Bear Restoration Plan. The decision comes after 'reviewing hundreds of local public comments, and hosting a public comment listening session in Okanogan County last year,' said Republican Representative Dan Newhouse of Washington, in a released statement.  'DOI has concluded that grizzly bears will not be introduced into the North Cascades Ecosystem,' Newhouse said. 'Homeowners, farmers, ranchers, and small business owners in our rural communities were loud and clear: We do not want grizzly bears in North Central Washington.'  The Trump administration reversed a long-time plan to reintroduce grizzly bears (pictured) into the North Cascades region of Northern Washington State after cattle ranchers and other local people worried about the animals and...
    YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — A Missouri tourist was knocked to the ground by a grizzly bear and suffered minor injuries as she was hiking near Yellowstone National Park's Old Faithful geyser, park administrators said Wednesday. The 37-year-old tourist from Columbia, Missouri was hiking alone Monday morning along the Fairy Falls Trail when she came upon a pair of grizzly bears. One of the bears knocked the woman to the ground, scratching her thigh and causing minor injuries to her face when she fell, officials said. She declined medical attention and the surrounding area has been temporarily closed, according to park officials. Based on the woman's description of the encounter, park officials determined it was a mother bear displaying a natural desire to protect her offspring in a close-range encounter. No actions against the animals are planned, park bear biologist Kerry Gunther said in a statement. The woman had bear spray — a type of pepper spray used to ward off bears — and attempted to use it during the encounter, said park spokeswoman Morgan Warthin. Encounters between grizzly...
    For the fourth time in as many days, a black bear sighting was reported in Westchester. This time, the bears took a trip to an area golf course. The large black bear was spotted at the Maple Moor Golf Course on North Street in White Plains on Thursday, June 11, forcing the club to temporarily shut down for the safety of golfers playing rounds. It marks the fourth sighting this week, after reports of similar instances in Hastings, Greenburgh, an Scarsdale. Earlier story - Third Bear Sighting Of The Week Reported In WestchesterIt is unclear if it is one black bear that has been taking a tour of Westchester or multiple bears making the rounds.  The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has previously said that unless a bear acts aggressively, it (or they) will be permitted to continue roaming freely. According to the New York DEC, “though rarely seen by most New Yorkers, black bears are valued by hunters, photographers, and wildlife watchers. “Be especially cautious around cubs, as mother bears are very protected,” officials...
    For the third time this week, a black bear was seen taking in the sights of Westchester. A black bear was spotted at the Boulder Ridge condominiums in Greenburgh off Jackson Avenue, Sprain Road, and Ardsley Road, on Thursday, June 11, Town Supervisor Paul Feiner said. Bears have also been spotted in Hastings and Scarsdale this week. It is unclear whether it has been the same bear making the rounds or different bears. Earlier story - Massive Black Bear Spotted Roaming Through Westchester VillageFeiner said that he has been in touch with the state Department of Environmental Conservation, who said that “bears show up when there are loosely fitted garbage containers or birdfeeders. “Please remove loose fitting garbage If you see a black bear never run away or approach the bear,” he said. “Make as much noise as possible. Be safe. NYS DEC won't remove the bears unless they pose safety risks. Black bears are also attracted to kiddy pools.” In response to the recent rash of sightings, the DEC will be making a presentation at the Greenburgh Town...
    (CNN)The Trump administration published a new rule this week overturning an Obama-era ban on controversial hunting and trapping techniques on national preserves in Alaska.The National Park Service said the move will bring federal regulations in line with Alaska state law, but critics say the the practices are cruel and unsportsmanlike.When the rule goes into effect next month, hunters will be able to use artificial light to hunt black bears, including cubs, in their dens, use bait to attract brown and black bears and bring in dogs to hunt black bears. They will also be able to hunt swimming caribou and shoot them from motorboats and take wolves and coyotes during their denning season.These practices are legal in Alaska under some circumstances, but were banned on federal land under the 2015 rule because they would likely throw off the balance of predators and game animals in the environment, according to the Obama administration.The Department of Interior first proposed the rule change in 2018 to increase access to hunting on federal land and align federal and state rules. Officials expect only a...
    Akiem Hicks thinks the Bears’ choices speaks for themselves. While speaking Wednesday about the ongoing racial tension across the nation, the veteran defensive tackle spoke about teams — including his own — declining to sign Colin Kaepernick, who has yet to find a QB gig after protesting racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem in 2016. “We signed Mike Glennon,” Hicks said simply, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Glennon, a third-round pick by the Buccaneers in 2013, signed a three-year, $45 million contract with the Bears in 2017. His tenure as starter in Chicago lasted all of four weeks after passing for 833 yards, four touchdowns and committing eight total turnovers. Rookie Mitch Trubisky took over and Glennon was released the following offseason. The 30-year-old signal-caller has since had one-and-done stints with the Cardinals and Raiders, and is now the Jaguars’ backup quarterback “You heard that, huh?” Hicks said. “Yeah, I said that. It was a feeling.” While Hicks blames the Bears and general manager Ryan Pace for blatantly signing a lesser-talented quarterback, he highlights that the onus is...
    Chicago Bears defensive tackle Akiem Hicks said that it’s clear to him that quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision to take a knee during the national anthem to protest racial inequality is what cost him his career. Hicks said on Wednesday that if he followed Kaepernick’s lead, he would have paid a similar price as well. DREW BREES RECEIVES INTENSE BACKLASH FROM STAR ATHLETES AFTER REMARKS ABOUT PROTESTING DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM “I had the same thought that 85-90 percent of the league felt at that moment: If I get down on one knee in front of this stadium, I am fired; my job, my life, my career is over; I will be blackballed,” Hicks told the Chicago Sun-Times. “And then, to come out on the other end and watch it actually happen to Kaepernick just tells me that my feelings were real. It was the reality, and hopefully, it won’t be going forward.” In 2017, the Bears chose to bring in quarterback Mike Glennon over Kaepernick, who was a free agent at the time. Glennon started four games before being benched in...
    The glacier-carved valleys of Yosemite National Park have been closed to the public for nearly three months and a few dozen lucky kids have had it mostly to themselves. Locked down amid cascading waterfalls and giant sequoias, the kids and their families have passed afternoons hiking empty trails, rafting in the river and walking with wildlife now thriving in the near absence of humans. Expect to read all about it in the upcoming edition of the Yosemite Valley School newspaper, the product of one of America’s most historic and unique public schools. The only school inside the 1,200-square-mile (3,100-square-kilometer) park has three classrooms for 35 students in K-8th grades — the children of Yosemite’s essential staff who live in a residential area of the park and are watching over it while it’s closed. The school shut its doors in mid-March like others across America and class has been convening online. But the pandemic hasn’t stopped the presses on the school year’s last edition of “The Yosemite Eye,” a publication that has so charmed its community it boasts a...
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