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BLOOMINGTON, Minn. It a dizzying blur of player and coach access reporters get from Monday through Thursday during Super Bowl week. Some of the best leftover quotes and quips I found in my digital audio recorder:

Bill Belichick, curmudgeonly Patriots head coach and proud Luddite, when asked if he’d seen any segments of Tom Brady’s life at home documentary posted at Facebook: “No, I don’t have SnapFace.” Brandon Graham, ever smiling Eagles defensive end, on where Eli Manning ranks among NFC East starting QBs: “I’d say three No, he might be fourth.” This was before the Washington Redskins arranged to acquire Alex Smith via trade. Cris Collinsworth, ex Cincinnati Bengals WR and NBC game analyst, on how often he thinks about losing two close Super Bowls to Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers in the 1980s: “Only every day of my life.” Josh McDaniels, Patriots offensive coordinator and Indianapolis Colts head coach in waiting, on the necessity of adjusting schemes to fit players: “We could all sit here and draw up a lot of pretty looking plays, but the guys who win plays are the players. So if you’re putting together some play or plan that they can’t execute, it’s a bad play, or a bad plan. The biggest thing you have to learn is what your players do well, and how can you keep putting them in positions to do those things over, and over,
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and over again?” Fletcher Cox, Eagles defensive tackle, on which rule he’d like to see eliminated: “Defensive holding on defensive linemen. That’s rule’s GOTTA GO. I don’t know how you would get a holding penalty on a defensive lineman! I got one this year, by the way. That’s why I’m fired up about it.” Matthew Slater, Patriots special teams ace and backup WR, on how the game might change if the complete the catch to the ground rule were eliminated: “That’s tough to say I’m sure there are some fans that are glad the rule is the way it is right now, and there are some that aren’t It would be nice to have just some clarity on that rule where we know when that’s a catch, and that’s not a catch. Right now there’s a lot of grey area because of the way that that rule is worded.” Howie Roseman, Eagles GM, when bold player acquisitions don’t work out: “The hard part is accepting that you’re going to have some failure. But you have to have your good decisions WAY outweigh your bad ones And when you make those bad decisions, research the heck out of it so you don’t do it again.” Belichick, with eyes rolling in appropriate disgust, when asked at a news conference by some radio fanboy if the coach could supply four Super Bowl LII tickets to him, at cost: “I’ll put you on the list, yeah. On the 50, right? Yeah,
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Morgan County School District Re 3 now has a plan for how to improve accessibility and security of the main entrance at Fort Morgan High School if a state BEST grant were to be awarded to the district, according to Re 3 School Board President Derek Gerken.

The main change would involve relocating the main entrance to the other side of the building. This new main entrance would lead into what now is the high school’s secondary cafeteria area, but it would have a secure vestibule right inside.

Another change would and moving the administrative offices to down to that same downstairs area so that people who enter would have to sign in with staff. Part of making that happen would involve opening up/eliminating the senior lounge area, which would become part of the cafeteria/commons space.

Upstairs, the area that currently holds the administrative offices would become classrooms.

“It’s basically just reworking the space that we have,” said Karen Temple, the superintendent’s administrative assistant and secretary to the school board.

There also could be changes that would need to be made to the courtyard where the new entrance was going in, as well as potentially changes to the parking lot.

If Re 3 were to get awarded a BEST grant for this project, a 41 percent match from the district would be required, she said. That would amount to about $2.2 million.”It is feasible,” Temple said of whether the school district could pull together that much for a grant match. “We just have to figure out what is the best avenue for how to make it work.”

“It’s going to require some of Mike Lee’s magic,” Gerken said of the school district’s chief financial officer being able to find room in the budget for such a large grant match. “It isn’t something short term. We’d have to do something longer.”

But that all is dependent upon the school district having everything finalized for the BEST grant application and filing it by the Feb. 23 deadline.

Decision to apply

The school district has known for a long time that the high school has accessibility problems with the current main entrance and its steep downhill ramps, as well as lax security upon entering the building.

Those were the key reasons Gerken said he supports seeking a BEST grant right now.

“When the school was designed, it was such a different era,
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” Gerken said. “Those current ramps, they just aren’t up to code.”

Also, controlling exactly who was entering the building and where someone was getting in is a major safety concern today, he said.

“That’s the unfortunate thing about society now,” Gerken said. “It’s definitely necessary if you’re going to keep our kids safe.”

But school district officials knew that fixing both the main entrance’s accessibility and security would not be easy or cheap, so it no definitely plans were in place for how to do it.

When the idea of seeking a BEST grant for the high school improvements came up, it seemed a bit more possible. But that meant needing a definite plan for how it could be done, including how much it would cost.

The school board on Jan. 8 directed Superintendent Ron Echols to contract with Wold Architects Engineers for preparing plans to use for such an application. The school district’s expense for this was $3,000, according to Temple.

The architects and engineers then got to work, using the suggestions from the high school administration and school district administration to put together some options.

After hearing the wide range of proposals that Wold had looked into, the board narrowed it down to the current idea of primarily relocating the main entrance, adding a secure vestibule there and moving the administration offices downstairs.

But even with a more definite plan chosen, there is still a lot of work that has to be done to have the grant application ready to submit by the Feb. 23 deadline. “There’s lots of hustling going on.”

Sharing the plans

The school district does plan to hold a public meeting specifically to provide information about the planned BEST grant application before it would be submitted,
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Such a meeting had been scheduled last week but got cancelled due to miscommunication. The new date for that meeting had not yet been set as of Friday afternoon.

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GREEN BAY The Green Bay Packers will have Aaron Rodgers at quarterback in 2018, which means they among the short list favorites to win the Super Bowl.

On the day after Super Bowl LII, the Packers were tied with the newly crowned champion Philadelphia Eagles with the second best odds in the NFL to win Super Bowl LIII at 9/1, according to online sports betting site Bovada.

Considering the Packers are operating under a new general manager, new coordinators on both sides of the ball and plenty more questions in personnel, their status as Super Bowl favorites rests primarily on Rodgers still sterling reputation. Without their two time MVP quarterback for most of last season because of a broken collarbone, the Packers saw their eight year playoff streak end.

The Packers were the only team among those with top five odds that failed to make the postseason in 2017.

The top 10 team odds for 2018: Patriots (5/1), Packers and Eagles (9/1), Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers at 12/1, Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints at 18/1, and San Francisco 49ers at 20/1. The Carolina Panthers and Houston Texans sit just outside the top 10 at 25/1.
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A painting that has hung on the walls of Saskatoon iconic Delta Bessborough hotel for decades has been removed.

On the second floor of the hotel on Thursday, a massive black sheet was draped over the large space where a painting by the artist Leon V. Solon used to hang.

The painting, which depicts French explorer Samuel de Champlain looking over the Chaudiere Falls on the Ottawa River, standing with one hand on his hip and the other on his rifle, occupied an entire wall at the hotel.

The other subjects in the painting are three Indigenous men. Contained to the right corner and shown sitting on the ground wearing what experts say is incorrect traditional dress for the region, they appear to serve as a backdrop to the Frenchmen.

The 1912 painting is a example of Eurocentric colonial notions of superiority of the time period, University of Saskatchewan Art and Art History associate professor Mary Longman wrote in an email.

In mid November, the painting was covered during a workshop hosted by the Tamarack Institute, after an attendee raised concerns about its nature. Many conversations taking place at the conference were focused on reconciliation in Canada.

Martin Gilbert, general manager of the Delta Bessborough, said the hotel main focus after staff heard concerns was to cover, and later remove, the painting. He said the Bessborough considers creating an inclusive, diverse and welcoming space a top priority.

Sabrina Bhangoo, director of public relations for Marriott Canada, said in a statement that diversity and inclusion are fundamental to the chain values and strategic business goals. The painting was removed after staff were made aware by a guest that it be perceived as offensive, she wrote.

Gilbert was unable to provide further information on what will happen to the painting, but said it won return to its previous location.

Longman, an award winning artist and a Saulteaux band member of Gordon First Nation, said these types of paintings advanced the perception that European settlers arrived on unoccupied lands, furthering inequality and myths around Indigenous people.

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creating a colonial ideology and displacing the Indigenous presence. Solon at the Delta Bessborough Hotel was covered up and removed after concerns were raised by a conference attendee in Mid November.

The origins of the painting and how it came to the Bessborough are not entirely clear.

In 2010, Stefan Deprez, who was director of sales and marketing for the hotel at the time, told the Saskatoon StarPhoenix that he thought the painting originated in Eastern Canada and eventually made its way to the hotel a CN building somewhere, after it was commissioned by the railway when Solon was a secretary at the Art Students League in New York.

The piece was the focus of a meeting between several people, including representatives from the Office of the Treaty Commissioner (OTC) and hotel staff on Wednesday.

Following that meeting, Rhett Sangster, the OTC director of reconciliation and community partnerships, said he felt the Bessborough took the concerns seriously.

Sangster said the Bessborough covering the painting with the black sheet was a signal, and that an institution like the hotel taking immediate action on the concerns may set an example for other businesses in the city.

He said parties involved didn want conversations around the painting to be divisive, but want the situation to be an opportunity for education and learning.

all have a role in reconciliation and the corporate community is definitely part of that, he said, noting he feels it a positive that the Bessborough is taking a approach in trying to find the right way to address the situation.

don think anyone knows exactly what is, but they seem open minded, respectful and modest, and I think that the right approach to take when working on these things, he said.

He was not immediately available for comment on Thursday after the painting was removed.

Longman said she pleased it gone.

really commend them for that, she said.

is a first impression for all sorts of visitors, especially for Indigenous people. It goes to show that they given it some careful deliberation, had some discussions around it and obviously understood the racial impact of that painting. noted the space is large enough to accommodate several pieces, and she like to see the painting replaced with art by Saskatchewan people,
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MILWAUKEE Republican Ted Cruz easily won the Wisconsin presidential primary on Tuesday, dealing a blow to front runner Donald Trump’s hopes of amassing enough delegates for the party’s nomination and boosting chances of a rare contested convention.

Cruz’s double digit win over Trump was a breakthrough for Republican Party forces battling to block the controversial New York billionaire, and it raised the prospect of a prolonged nomination fight that could last to the July convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders also won in Wisconsin, gaining momentum in his fight against front runner Hillary Clinton and trimming her commanding lead in delegates.

Trump entered the night with 737 convention delegates to Cruz’s 481, leaving him 500 delegates short of the 1,237 needed to become the party’s nominee in the Nov. 8 election.

Cruz said the result in Wisconsin showed the party was beginning to rally behind him, but he acknowledged the growing possibility that the fight could go all the way to the convention.

“Either before Cleveland, or at the convention in Cleveland, together we will win a majority of the delegates and together we will beat Hillary Clinton in November,” Cruz told cheering supporters in Milwaukee. senator from Texas, was aided in Wisconsin by Republican Governor Scott Walker, who dropped his own presidential bid in September, and by a barrage of ads from Super PACS independent funding groups backed by party establishment figures worried that Trump will lead Republicans to a broad defeat in November.

Trump’s campaign released a blistering statement saying Cruz had been propped up “by countless millions of dollars of false advertising” from anti Trump Super PACs.

“Ted Cruz is worse than a puppet he is a Trojan horse, being used by the party bosses attempting to steal the nomination from Mr. Trump,” the Trump campaign statement said.

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who was forced to backtrack after saying women who have abortions should face punishment if the procedure is outlawed, and who voiced support for his campaign manager after he was charged with misdemeanor assault for grabbing a reporter.

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A new Reuters/Ipsos poll on Tuesday showed Cruz about even with Trump nationally, with Cruz’s recent gains the first time since November that a Trump rival has threatened his standing at the head of the Republican pack.

The poll of 568 Republicans, taken between April 1 5, showed Cruz winning the support of 35% of Republicans to Trump’s 39%. Cruz and Trump were also briefly about even early last week. senator from Vermont, is his sixth in the last seven contests for the nomination. Sanders said his message of breaking up big banks, reining in Wall Street and reducing income inequality was bringing new and young voters into the process.

“What we have been seeing throughout this campaign is extraordinary voter turnout in state after state,” Sanders said at a rally in Laramie, Wyoming.

Clinton, who did not appear in public on Tuesday night, tweeted her congratulations to Sanders.

Heading into Tuesday, Clinton led Sanders by 263 pledged delegates in the race for the 2,383 needed to be nominated at the party’s July convention in Philadelphia. She also has a big lead in superdelegates, who are party leaders free to back any candidate.

Sanders needs to win up to two thirds of the remaining delegates to catch Clinton, who will keep accumulating delegates even when she loses under a Democratic Party system that awards them proportionally in all states.

Sanders needs to rack up big winning margins over Clinton in the remaining states to close the gap. He has vowed to stay in the race until the convention, and his campaign says superdelegates could begin to shift their support to him if they see he has popular support.
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ST. LOUIS Bernie Miklasz is a rocker but we’re not talking music. The 101 ESPN host often rocks in his chair during his daily 3 hour talk show before telling you exactly what he thinks.

“You don’t treat a Carlos Martinez as if maybe there’s something wrong with him just because his personality is different,” Miklasz told his audience during a recent segment about the St. Louis Cardinals.

There’s also framed memorabilia from the E Street Band: a photo with guitarist Steven Van Zandt, an autographed ticket stub. Miklasz said he’s seen Bruce Springsteen in concert 121 times.

With apologies to The Boss, baby he was born to write. Miklasz said his grandfather often wrote letters to the editor, while the late Bernie Senior encouraged his son’s love of newspaper writing.

“My father was so kind. Every day he’d stop and get every newspaper and then I would devour them and read the sports of course first,” recalled Miklasz. “So then we would go to games, Colts games, Orioles games, whatever, or even if we were watching a great game and I would get so fired up I’d go to my room and write a story about it and hand it to my father and show him.”

Before Miklasz left the St. Louis Post Dispatch after 26 years to concentrate on radio fulltime, he estimated he wrote over 10,000 newspaper columns.

That includes his column about Game 5 of the 2005 National League Championship Series between the Cardinals and Houston Astros, the night one column wasn’t enough.

“I’ve got a column filed. And the column is ‘Cardinals lose, season over,'” said Miklasz. “And I’m telling you as soon as we press the ‘send’ button, you know, Cardinals lose, boom! Pujols just hit a home run. He hit it halfway to Dallas. We gotta re write our whole stinking column.”

Surprisingly one of St. Louis’ most influential sports voices doesn’t have a college degree. Mizklasz dropped out of community college and learned journalism on the mean streets of Baltimore after the now defunct Baltimore News American hired him as a teenager.

“They’d say ‘c’mon kid we’re going to take you out. There’s a triple homicide in West Baltimore’ and I’d go out to these crime scenes and he’d say, ‘go talk to that cop.’ That’s how you learn journalism by doing it,” said Miklasz.

At times during his broadcasts Miklasz gets personal, whether talking about the death of a parent, or his lifelong struggle with weight.

“It’s probably the number one challenge of my life and the number one thing in my life from childhood on that has been the thing that has been with me every day,” said Miklasz. “It just pulls me down, the frustration, just feeling stupid, worrying about my own health, knowing that I’m putting family, knowing that I’m causing them to worry. Believe it or not I’m in a pretty good place right now so, really healthy, lost 50 some pounds. So, things are good. At least I’m working on it.”

It didn’t help that his grandparents owned a general store and let Bernie eat whatever he wanted.

“So that’s where this curse started, me just running wild through my grandparents’ store eating all the sweets,” he said.

Miklasz has covered 32 Super Bowls and thinks Philadelphia has a good chance to defeat New England. He came to St. Louis in 1986 to cover the St. Louis Cardinals football team which eventually moved to Arizona.

He’s also covered the Rams arrival and departure, so the Super Bowl is now a reminder that St. Louis has lost two franchises and is likely done as an NFL city, which doesn’t sit well with Mizlasz.

“It’s like this city was doomed as an NFL city. Incredibly poor luck and some mistakes made along the way,” said Miklasz. “I hate that stain on the reputation of St. Louis as a sports town because it’s terribly unfair.”
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As a community forum on homelessness drew to a close Monday night, a handful of attendees voiced disappointment about Berkeley City Council’s efforts to address issues affecting the local homeless population.

Councilmember Kate Harrison, who hosted the forum, said she wanted to engage the District 4 community in discussions about the city’s homeless population which consists of about 1,000 individuals, according to data collected in January 2017 and to outline the city’s current initiatives related to homelessness.

“There’s a direct correlation between the cost of living here and the inability of people on the margin to keep up with that,” said Peter Radu, secretary of the city Homeless Commission, at the meeting.

The city’s Health, Housing and Community Services Department presented data that indicate an 89 percent increase in average rent costs for apartments in Berkeley since 2011, as well as a 22 percent increase in average rent costs since 2016. Radu emphasized that homelessness in Berkeley is “overwhelmingly an economic issue.”

Homeless encampments were a primary source of discussion at the forum. Mayor Jesse Arregun stated his desire for the city to be able to remove an encampment “at their discretion” if problematic behaviors or public health concerns arise. Arregun added that the city would post eviction notices 72 hours in advance and allow encampment residents to attempt to fix their behavioral or health related issues in order to avoid eviction.

Councilmember Sophie Hahn discussed the Pathways Project, which she referred to as a “comprehensive initiative to significantly reduce homelessness.” The project’s primary goals, according to Hahn, are preventing homelessness, increasing access to affordable housing and creating a path to permanent housing.

“We want to harness all our services, and when people engage with them, they’re on the path to being housed,” Hahn said. “That differs from a more fragmented system. We’re trying to put the pieces of that pathway in place.”

Despite the city’s proclaimed efforts at the forum to combat homelessness, some attendees interrupted city officials to express their concerns about a lack of concrete action and a tendency to criminalize the homeless population.

Berkeley resident and homeless activist Guy “Mike” Lee, who attended the meeting, said, “There only a handful of us that actually stand up and fight these people.” Lee said he was upset by the city’s failure to address the management of homeless encampments and its focus on prohibited conduct rather than acceptable behavior among encampment residents.

“(The council members are) all good people,” said Carol Denney, a Berkeley resident who interrupted the forum. “They think they’re doing the right thing. But criminalization is not just ineffective. It’s expensive and it’s immoral. And they know better.”
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UC Berkeley has offered admission to more than15,500 freshmen for the fall 2017 academic year, according to data released by the campus in conjunction with the UC.

The admitted students were chosen from a pool of more than 85,000 students an 18.3 percent acceptance rate for incoming freshmen, up from last year’s 17.5 percent freshman admission rate.

UC Berkeley 15,500 high school student admissions offerings represent about 15 percent of the total offers made universitywide more than 100,000 high school students were offered enrollment for fall 2017 on at least one of UC’snine undergraduate campuses.

Campus transfer student admissions offerings make up about 19 percent of total UC transfer admission offers more than24,000 transfer students were accepted for this fall.

UC Berkeley continues to have the lowest rate of transfer student admission at 27.9 percent, up 1percent from 2016. This year, 4,617 transfer students were offered admission compared to 4,632 in 2016 17. More than 90 percent of these offers went to transfer students from community colleges in California.

UC Berkeley has a goal of admitting one California transfer student for every two California freshmen.

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As part of the 2016 17 state budget, theUC received $20 million in one time funding dedicated to supporting the enrollment and success of underrepresented minority and low income students. number of unrepresented minorities students who identify as American Indian, African American and Chicanx/Latinx also increased incrementally. 343more students from these groups were offered admission this year compared to the last, for a total of 2,881 offers.

The 2017 freshman class is made up of students from 74 countries, all 50 states and 49 of California’s 58 counties.

In its freshmen admissions, UC Berkeley admitted 0.4 percent fewer California residents this year as compared to last year 9,715 students while admission for out of state students jumped 28 percent to 4,490 students.

In May, the UC Board of Regents approved a systemwide out of state student enrollment cap. Beginning in fall 2018, all UC campuses will be capped at enrolling 18 percent nonresidents unless a campus’s 2017 18 student body composition of out of state students exceeds 18 percent. At those campuses, including UC Berkeley,
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