Tags: Burns Arena/D2 Conference Challenge/Dixie State men’s basketball/Texas A&M-Commerce/Texas-Tyler/Westminster October 29, 2019 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams To Participate In Monday Scrimmage FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Monday, Dixie State men’s and women’s basketball will host a Red/White scrimmage at the Burns Arena for a 7:00 pm tip-off.Admission is free to the public.There will be official team and player introductions and scrimmages, after which there will be 3-point shooting and dunk contests.There will also be free pizza for the first 200 attendees. Additionally, there will be a meet and greet autograph session with both teams following the on-court event.Both Trailblazers basketball squads commence the season November 8 and 9.The men’s squad will compete at the 2019 D2 Conference Challenge hosted by Westminster of Salt Lake City. The Trailblazers meet Texas A&M-Commerce (November 8) and Texas-Tyler (November 9). Written by Brad James
A year ago the story about a spat between Purplebricks and the UK largest agent reviews site would have stayed a specialist concern for agents and perhaps regulators.Similar stories about the company’s multiple run-ins with the Advertising Standards Authority in the past have hardly stirred much interest overseas or even within the UK’s national press.But Purplebricks’ recent expansion in the US and Australia means its minor scrapes with UK regulators and review sites now make global headlines.The latest clash between the online agent and – this time – allAgents.co.uk has been so far reported in the Australian Financial Review, The Times, and the New York Times. among others.The story broke late yesterday after allAgents removed Purplebricks’ profile page following “repeated threats of legal action”, the review site said.The arguments started after Purplebricks noticed that approximately half of its reviews on allAgents posted by users were the lowest, one-star rating and asked the review site to remove them.Purplebricks told Reuters that “Purplebricks is proud of its reputation and the quality of the service that it delivers.”The company appears to have taken legal action against allAgents, which is based in Glasgow, and the reviews site has now posted a message announcing the “account suspension of Purplebricks”.Users will be free to post “genuine reviews” about Purplebricks but allAgents says “at this time we will not be willing to publish them”.The online agent has clearly annoyed allAgents with its legal manoeuvres as the site says it will also no longer allow Purplebricks customers to list properties on its property portal.AllAgents director Martin McKenzie said he believed the reviews queried by Purplebricks were genuine, and that it uses “stringent checks” including verifying email and IP addresses, he told Reuters.“Our business is founded on trust, and we will never let the impartiality of our reviews be compromised in any way,” he said. Purplebricks AllAgents September 19, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Marketing » Escalating Purplebricks vs allAgents spat goes global previous nextMarketingEscalating Purplebricks vs allAgents spat goes globalCoverage of argument between the two websites about whether one-star reviews are genuine or not spreads across the world.Nigel Lewis19th September 201702,154 Views
73 Armstrong St, Hermit Park“People have some real emotional attachments to these Queenslanders and they seem to frequent them in much larger numbers,” he said.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“This would be great for someone who wants to live in a Queenslander but doesn’t want to do any renovations and a lot of the time it’s a financially better option to find something that’s already renovated.“The owners have kept the renovations very authentic and the extension and pool ties in really well with the rest of the house.” 73 Armstrong St, Hermit ParkThe facade of the home, which dates back to the 1920s, features weatherboards and ornate fretwork framed by a white picket fence.Inside there are wide, pine timber floorboards, high ceilings, casement windows and plantation shutters. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite. Outside there is a north facing back deck and in-ground pool.The property was near good schools and amenities while being a five-minute drive to the CBD. Mr Dank said it would make a great family house.“I think the person who buys this will have either grown up in a Queenslander or are a family living in a cottage or smaller Queenslander and they want a bigger house,” he said. “It has a pool and is on a larger block so it really would suit a family.” 73 Armstrong St, Hermit Park, will be open for inspection on Sunday from 1.30pm-2pm. For more information call Dean Dank on 0412 036 276. 73 Armstrong St, Hermit ParkONE of Hermit Park’s finest Queenslanders has been listed for sale and is attracting plenty of interest ahead of auction day.73 Armstrong St will go to auction on November 27 at 6pm at Explore Property’s auction event at The Ville.The five-bedroom, three- bedroom, two-car accommodation house is on a 809sq m block and has been meticulously renovated while paying respect to its Queenslander roots.Explore Property principal Dean Dank is marketing the property and said more than 30 groups had inspected the house.
A group of ten BH alpinists organized an expedition to the peak of Mont Blanc, where they gave their support to those suffering from pulmonary hypertension in Europe, and especially those suffering in BiH.Mont Blanc is the highest peak in the Alps. The height of “the roof of Europe” is 4,810 m, and it is located in France, in the town of Chamonix. On the 15th of July 2016, members of two sports clubs, 8 members of the sports-scientific club “Atom” from Zavidovici and two members of the club “Eco Viking” from Visoko, went on the expedition to conquer it.One girl and nine men from the two cities spent 7 unforgettable days while conquering the highest peak in Western Europe, at which they arrived on Tuesday. Although the climb was very demanding and difficult, weather conditions were almost perfect and all 10 members of the expedition managed to climb to the top.Expedition of BH alpinists and conquering of Mont Blanc was dedicated to people suffering from pulmonary hypertension in Europe and especially those in BiH. In this way, our alpinists joined global activity to raise awareness about this rare disease, and joined many athletes of the world who are continuously supporting this action.This gesture of our alpinists, while achieving great success by winning the top of Europe, was also symbolic and aims to draw attention of the Bosnian public on this small and marginalized group of people in our country, and their problems related to the necessary and inaccessible therapy.BH expedition on Mont Blanc was completed today, on the 22nd of July, and members of the expedition returned to their homes.(Source: klix.ba)
With Governor Kim Reynolds’ announcement closing school for the rest of the academic year, that decision also included the cancelling of spring sports in IowaClick here to see the full joint statement from the Iowa High School Athletic Association and Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union