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A large group of Huntsville men and women wearing pink took part in Rally for the Cure, a breast cancer awareness campaign that is the nation’s largest grassroots women’s golf program.

This year marks the 17th time the Huntsville club pledged its support and once again teed off against breast cancer. Fifty two men joined the field of 99 players for this worthwhile cause on Oct. 8 at Elkins Lake Country Club.

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The team of Doug Heaton, Mason Scarborough, Marg Beck and Ruth Faulkner won first place. All ties were broken by a score card playoff. The tournament also had eight additional team winners.

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(KFSM) After nearly four months without power following Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is getting some help to restore power from OG company sent a fleet of 50 trucks and on the first day on the ground, workers were able to restore electricity to more than 500 homes.

“We haven’t had light since September 19,” Francis, resident said. “It’s been 124 days without light.”

While the conditions have been rough for the workers, Rick Berg, Manager of Construction Services for OG said their work back home in Arkansas and Oklahoma has prepared them for the trip.

“It’s nothing these guys have never seen before,” Berg said. “This is not as devastating as what we’ve had to face in some of our tornadoes or major ice storms.”

Crews still have a long way to go, but said this is a great start.

“There’s plenty of work still to do to get the power fully restored over here,” Berg said. “We got the man power to get that done, so that’ll be what we work on in the future.”

Finally, Puerto Ricans are able to see improvements after what has been a struggle for months.

“They have smiles on their faces and they appreciate us coming and being part of the restoration efforts,” Berg said. “When we leave and everything is getting back to normalcy over here, it’s going to be a feel good situation.”
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Now based in Barrington, Hertog works with clients to dig up information needed for important decision making. The agency caters to both businesses and individuals.

Fremd High School graduate David Hertog moved his 17 year private detective agency, Hertog Associates, Inc., to Barrington in 2003. Army where he was sent on to FBI special weapons and hostage rescue training. He later attended Lindenwood University, for his master’s degree in business and Western Illinois University for his bachelor’s degree in law enforcement and criminal justice.

BARRINGTON Dave Hertog, a local private investigator, enjoys a good stakeout minus the donuts.

Celebrating 17 years of business, Hertog and Associates Inc. continues to grow in the area. Army veteran, and FBI trained businessman attributes his company’s success to the skills possessed by both himself and his part time staff.

“It’s all about reputation,” Hertog said. “There’s no real oath of privacy for investigators, but I decided I wanted my profession to be considered reputable in all areas. My clients know they aren’t going to see their name being discussed in the news 10 years from now.”

Hertog is the only full time employee in his agency. His experience ranges from special weapons training and hostage rescue, to being the former vice president of the national Special Agents Association, founded 75 years ago.

The private investigator hires help retired federal agents and former or current law enforcement officers to assist when needed with research, surveillance, or reinforcement in special operations.

“I like to work with SWAT team members in cases such as workplace violence,” Hertog said.

Hertog has crafted what he calls the art of surveillance, explaining that he always stays ahead about his subjects. Army was a steppingstone for the patriot who was born on the Fourth of July.

After the military and the FBI Academy’s Special Tactical Firearms School, Hertog received his master’s degree in business at Lindenwood University in St. Louis and his bachelor’s degree in law enforcement and criminal justice from Western Illinois University before being recruited for investigations by a major military defense contractor McDonnell Aircraft (now Boeing). Air Force Special Operations School in Florida. The detective now has FBI agents on speed dial, which works in his favor, he said.

Establishing his own company, first in Arlington Heights in 1997 and later in Barrington in 2003, Hertog’s first client was Harpo Studios, founded by Oprah Winfrey. Hertog said many of his clients are companies, but the most rewarding work is done with individuals.

“Every case is unique, but this is a people business,” Hertog said. “People come to me thinking they’re the only ones experiencing certain problems. They think they should be embarrassed and are sometimes scared to investigate the matter because they don’t want me to know about it, and that’s sad. I’m here to help.”

Hertog offers a Background Investigations 101 class as a service to his clients where he teaches people how to screen their potential significant other, he said, adding that this can be crucial in the realm of online dating.

Cases last from hours to months, Hertog said, explaining he works on a couple of cases each day and is careful about where he talks to clients.

With such privacy, Hertog said business can sometimes be challenging.

“I don’t advertise and I’m not in the phone book,” Hertog said. “I rely on word of mouth and respect.”
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Gross, a study hall instructor who began working at the school in 1997 and became involved in athletics about four years later, has seen head coaches come and go, but he’s always remained on athletic staffs to support the student athletes.

Gross was part of Bradford’s WIAA Division 1 state football championship team in 2011, he was in Chicago for the 2015 NFL Draft when former Bradford standouts Trae Waynes and Melvin Gordon both went in the first round and he’s seen countless student athletes and students, in general come through Bradford.

He’s a man who remains in the background but seems to be known well by everyone affiliated with Bradford, and recently the Kenosha News took a “Timeout” with Gross.

Q: What’s your role on whatever coaching staff you’re a part of?

A: “Trying to do schoolwork. Dealing with the bridge between the families and the team. That goes in so many different areas. As you know, as we deal with the kids or people in general, there are a lot of hiccups along the road, and I try to smooth those things out, whether it be finding some clothes for someone, making sure people have got something to eat, making sure they’ve got rides home.

“Making sure the schoolwork is done, because one thing we do focus (on) here is, you’re a student athlete, so we do study tables. I run our study tables here for basketball. We also do it, if we need to do it, for football. I’ll be the one to make sure we get them in. Coach (Matt) Rizzo’s like, ‘Hey, Shawn, we’ve got a couple kids that need to get some work done.’ That’s me.”

Q: Is there a specific instance where someone came back and said or did something for you that was particularly memorable?

A: “Recently, I get a call, I get a text from Trae Waynes. And he was like, ‘Hey, I’ve got some stuff from Adidas. I’ll get you something.’ And, of course, you know me, I’m trying to do everything (to) get everybody else something. . And (he) was like, ‘No, this is for you.’ Just to show appreciation, because I don’t ask for anything.

“I do what I do because I love the kids. Any kid that I’ve ever mentored, I don’t want to say, ‘Hey, if you make it, you give me something back.’ It’s never that. It’s, ‘Thank God you made it.'”

Q: You’re known as “Unc.” When did that nickname start? Is it like you’re everybody’s uncle?

A: “Well, it started with Quanzell Murphy, Melvin Gordon and Gino DeBartolo. Those guys, as part of my mentorship, it’s like a family. We’re really close knit. You know, Gino has a father, Melvin has a dad, Quanzell had a dad. So I wasn’t trying to be ‘Dad.’ It was like ‘Unc,’ because I was so close to them, and that’s how they looked up to me.

“At first it was like,
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‘OK, boy, don’t call me that.’ But I became so used to that being (my nickname).”

Q: Does everyone call you “Unc” now?

A: “Well, not everybody. A lot of the kids that I mentor (do). That’s that relationship that we have. But there are some kids who I have not directly mentored that may be friends with those other groups of guys that’ll be like, ‘Hey, Unc.’ And I’ll be like, ‘Who are you again?’ I’ve got so many people calling me that now my head is spinning.”

Q: You’ve been known to belt out the national anthem before games, too. Where’d you get the singing voice from?

A: “I’ve really been singing all my life. I grew up in church, and my brother was a part of a group, Anthony Powell Sr. . I have a sister who sings, Vanetta (Powell). They all sing. My family’s a singing family, and I’ve always wanted to be a part of that.

“I used to sit on the steps, wanting to sing with this group, and obviously I was too young. I was six, seven years old, so I would go home and sing in the mirror myself and say, ‘One day, I’m going to be better than them.’ And, after a while, I got better.”

Q: I remember the NFL Draft in 2015 so well, and you helped immensely to get interviews and access throughout the day and night.

A: “Great day! Great day!”

Q: We’ll probably never see that again in Kenosha sports history. What was that like for you, being so close to the families and players? Was it gratifying for you, too?

A: “This may sound funny to some people, but I’m the kind of person, I love being in the background. Even doing this interview is kind of uncomfortable for me, because I’m that background kind of person. I’m never trying to get in the forefront and say, ‘Hey, that was me. This is me.’

“I was so happy for them. More so, I was trying to get everybody involved. I was trying to get you involved. ‘Hey, come see these guys!’ Because I feel like they worked hard. These boys worked hard for what they’ve done. The families, they worked hard to get to this level.

“I was so thrilled, just being able to be there. And they’re like, ‘Hey, Unc, we want you to be a part of this with us.’ And I was ecstatic, but I was just so much more happy for them, and just being able to experience that was just unbelievable.”

Q: So, how old are you, if you don’t mind me asking?

A: (Hesitates) . “Forty two.”

A: “I’m just excited about being able to help. That’s my life. I believe that’s the purpose that God put me here for, was to be of help to somebody else. That’s my motto when I do my mentorship is, ‘Teach one, each one,
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In a first for North America, the world largest furniture maker is opening a pickup store in London where shoppers can pick up online orders, order furnishings and even do a little shopping. Norman De Bono reports.

At the store, which is to open late this year at Southdale and Wonderland roads, in the former Angelo shoppers will be able to place orders, pick up online orders and even do a little shopping. The store will feature 99 of Ikea most popular items for sale onsite, Ikea Canada president Stefan Sjostrand said Tuesday.

It all about serving buyers who shop from their couch at home, saving them from making trips down Hwy.

is undergoing the most significant change in its history, thanks largely to the expansion of online shopping and increasing popularity. It means traditional barriers between online and bricks and mortar stores are evaporating, Levy said.

In its place are rising retailers with small storefronts with an online presence, such as the Best Buy Mobile store in Masonville Mall.

will be different physical models. What IKEA is doing recognizes the rise of the online economy, Levy said.

But the big stores are still the backbone of IKEA business, said Sjostrand, and while pickup stores won replace them, they make shopping easier.

are in a fantastic situation now. We have increased store visitation and sales are up in stores, he said.

Store sales will rise 8% and visits are up 3% this year, he added.

A recent Canada Post survey shows that in 2014, 76% of Canadian households shopped online and about one quarter of those are shoppers online, Levy said.

London landed the IKEA store because its demographic profile makes it the ideal test market, said Kapil Lakhotia, chief executive of the London Economic Development Corp.

a new concept IKEA is rolling out and London is only one of a handful to get this. It is exciting for us, Lakhotia said.

looked at our demographics, our profile, our population and spending levels, employment mix all these make London an interesting test market to roll out new products, concepts and ideas. IKEA will announce its second pickup store in Canada.

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At 1,860 square metres, it one tenth the size of a regular Ikea.

Opening this year at Wonderland and Southdale roads.

Goods can be ordered, picked up; limited shopping

20 staff.

75 home furnishing displays.

10 tablets available on site to order goods.

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361: Stores in more than 50 countries, 821 million visitors annually

12: Stores under Ikea Canada, 25 million visitors a year

1943: Founded; opened in Canada in 1976 in Vancouver

Ikea Canada president Stefan Sjostrand, who moved to Canada from Sweden nine months ago, sat down with The Free Press to talk about Ikea new London store.
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HAYWARD, WI The Lumberjack World Championships in Hayward Wisconsin wrapped up the 58th Annual competition this weekend. Many local competitors placed. For results of local competitors keep reading.

Connor Birdsong, a rookie in the professional men log rolling, finished 3rd place in the professional men division. Followed by older brother Garrick Birdsong in 6th place and Efer Christopherson of Bangor finished 9th place. Garrick is originally from Onalaska and attends UW Stevens Point. Connor just graduated from Onalaska High School and will start his college career at UW L in the fall of 2017. Connor celebrated his 18th birthday over the weekend at the World Championships! Connor has had a fantastic rookie year kicked off by winning the US Log Rolling Open in Orland Park, IL,
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taking 3rd at the La Crosse Open, tie for 5th at Midwest Championships and 3rd at Three Rivers Roleo.

Emily Christopherson placed 5th in the professional women division. Emily, original from the area, currently trains in Onalaska Wisconsin at the Great River Landing for a few weeks of the summer and resides in Portland, Oregon as a 4th grade teacher.

Men professional boom run Connor Birdsong took 5th place in his first go at the Lumberjack World Championships.

Women professional boom run Katie Rick placed 4th place with a fast time of the weekend of 15.6. Katie is the director of Three Rivers Roleo in Onalaska and at some point along with Susan Bulk has coached each roller on this list. Katie resides in Onalaska, WI. Each of the rollers has trained in the La Crosse area including the Y and Onalaska Park and Rec.
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HALIFAX The Halifax based Ecology Action Centre is applauding the demise of the Energy East Pipeline that would have carried 1.1 million barrels of Alberta crude oil a day to New Brunswick.

While the New Brunswick government is disappointed by the news, local environmental groups say that residents should be relieved.

The EAC was one of a number of groups who took the Halifax central library yesterday on Spring Garden Rd. to celebrate the decision from TransCanada to not move forward with the $15.7 billion dollar pipeline.

Celebrations even including cutting some cake as energy campaign coordinator with the ecology action centre Stephen Thomas tells Global News it been a long time coming.

is a huge victory, and this victory belongs to indigenous folks, to front line people who have been fighting this pipeline for more than five years, said Thomas. was the largest ever proposed in Canada, and communities from Alberta to Saint John came together and they won. communities in both New Brunswick and Nova Scotia along the Bay of Fundy have opposed the pipeline and a proposed 300 per cent increase in crude oil tankers that would come with the project.
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Michael Roach has dealt with high expectations before but never this high at Madison Prep. Still, positive predictions are just what he expected for a program he has led in all three of its varsity seasons.

Roach’s two previous head coaching stints, both at Southern Lab, brought the same expectation every year: Challenge for district and state titles. For a school with a long and rich football tradition, those expectations were met often.

Madison Prep, on the other hand, is the new kid on the block but this new kid is learning quickly. The Chargers have a 20 man senior class and are the favorites to win their second straight District 6 2A title.

“Originally, the expectations came from me,” said Roach, who led Madison Prep to an 11 1 record in 2015, including a 10 0 regular season mark and a berth in the Division III select quarterfinals. “I wanted to come into a new program, one that was probably going to be my last stop, and prove that the methods I used were ones that worked. I took it personal.”

Nine starters return on each side of the ball, giving the Chargers enough firepower to keep things personal for their opponents. Their blend of talent and experience is a rare sight, even for a veteran coach like Roach.

“We’ve got 20 seniors coming back, which is the most I’ve had since I’ve been coaching,” he said. “Fourteen or 15 of those kids should sign (with college teams) this year.”

All district players abound, including Edwin Kleinpeter, the Chargers’ 6 foot 3 quarterback who threw for 2,700 yards and 18 touchdowns last year. The defense lost 6 2A and All Metro 3A and below MVP Malcolm Roach but returns a solid nucleus.

Linemen Bryan Jones and Troy James are expected to lead a group with four new starters, including three sophomores. Leading the team starts with the right attitude, which Roach sees in his seniors.

“Kleinpeter, Bryan Jones, Troy James these are prime examples of players who are blue collar, hard working kids,” he said. “Sometimes they call me at 7 o’clock at night saying, ‘Coach, I missed a workout. Can I get in the weight room?’ That’s the kind of kids we have. They don’t mind getting up at 5 in the morning or coming in on Saturdays.”

Hard work will be needed to hold off the challengers. Episcopal was second last season, its only loss coming to MPA. East Feliciana, Dunham and Northeast took turns beating up on another, but all showed they were capable of winning on any given Friday.

Those capabilities aren’t lost on The Dunham School coach Neil Weiner, whose team returns most of its starting linemen on offense and defense.

“Anything can happen on a Friday night,
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” Weiner said. “Certainly from a coaching standpoint, they’re top notch; from a talent standpoint, they’re top notch. They’d probably have to have an off night, but I think there are three or four teams in our district that can compete with them.”

Northeast pushed Madison Prep hardest last season when it lost 21 20 at home. Like East Feliciana and Dunham, the Vikings return more starters than Episcopal. Christian Life alsois looking to take a step up with its offensive line returning intact.

“We have one of the toughest 2A districts in the state,” CLA coach Ben Palmer said. “It’s not like the district I was in at Calvary Baptist. I don’t like to use the word ‘cakewalk,’ but there wasn’t as much competition as there is here. From top to bottom, there are teams with talent, and every game counts.”

Roach agreed that the road will be difficult.

“We always seem to have a nemesis out there, but this year you’ve got Episcopal, Northeast, East Feliciana, Dunham those are quality programs that are always in the playoffs,” he said. “It’s not going to be a cakewalk to win the district. Nobody paid attention to us when we started out, but now we’ve got the spotlight on us, so we’ve got to bring our ‘A’ game every week.”

Q Prep receiver Lyndon Rash

How is this team handling increased expectations after an 11 1 season?

Last year we exceeded expectations, which means we’ve set the bar high this year. Every game will be a big game for our opponent, and I’m interested to see how we handle it.

With so many seniors, who are the leaders?

We’re only losing one player on offense. On defense, we’re missing four players. Malcolm Roach was a big part of our defense, he was like a coach on the field, and we’re looking for (defensive linemen) Troy James and Bryan Jones to replace what Malcolm gave us.

How has the flooding affected the team?

A few players got flooded, but it’s bringing us closer. We’re helping each other out, spending extra time with each other. It’s not time on the field, but in the community helping people out. It’s making us closer, like we’re building a bond.

What are the team goals?

The goal this year is to win the state championship, but we have to take it one game at a time. You can’t win 10 games until you win one. We want to take it one game at a time, be smart and stay away from injuries.

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You’ve experienced success as a player and a coach. How has that helped you prepare to coach Christian Life?

What I tell folks is that I know what it takes to win because I’ve been around it my whole life, but it’s not anything that I’ve done. I was lucky to have grown up in Katy, Texas. I was a member of a lot of state championships there. I was lucky to get the jobs I had at Evangel, Calvary Baptist and La Costa Canyon High School (near San Diego),
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which was the No. 1 program in California one of the years I was there. I was lucky to be a part of some very successful programs. To come here and try to do something different would be akin to trying to fix something that isn’t broken.