first_imgAfter an incredibly successful year in 2015 with performances from Billy Joel, Mumford & Sons, Robert Plant, D’Angelo, and more, Bonnaroo is looking ahead to plan their 2016 edition. Not only will Bonnaroo be returning to Manchester, TN next June, but they’ll be celebrating their 15th anniversary!Bonnaroo 2016 will run from June 9-12, 2016. Expect big things as Roo hits that teenage milestone, with no signs of slowing down. Here’s to another 15 more!last_img

first_imgMore information about the response to the bridge strike can be found at the DOT&PF bridge response website at www.dot.alaska.gov/glennhighwayoverpass The penalty for this type of citation can range greatly and depends on extenuating circumstances such as driver history. Such penalties may have further implications such as insurance requirements for the driver and carrier. DOT&PF Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement (CVE) issued a citation to the commercial driver for “Failure to Comply with the Conditions of Permit” for the March 21, 2018 bridge strike at the Eagle River Bridge at Artillery Road. Alaska DOT&PF and contractor Sandstrom & Sons, Inc have completed removing the damaged girder, and installing new safety rails and pavement markings on the Artillery overpass. Crews finished removing the second half of the girder early Sunday morning around 1 a.m. Debris removal and equipment demobilization took place Sunday afternoon. According to a press release from the DOT, the citation is not criminal and the driver’s name is not publicly available, and will be forwarded to the Alaska Court System in Anchorage.center_img FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Glenn Highway reopened shortly after 10 p.m. Sunday, March 25, after a five day closure following a bridge strike and damage to the northernmost Eagle River bridge girder. DOT&PF staff extends a thank you to the community for their patience while we removed the damaged span, and to the Anchorage Police Department and Municipality of Anchorage for assistance during this event. The department expects the Monday morning commute to proceed as normal.last_img read more

first_imgA Germany-based table tennis manufacturing company – Gewo has signed a three-year deal to kit Nigeria national teams (junior and senior) to major competitions across the globe.The deal which was signed in Halmstad, Sweden by the President of the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF), Ishaku Tikon and Gewo’s representative – Florian Wehner at the just concluded ITTF World Team Championships.According to the deal, the Hamburg-based company would provide ITTF approved equipment for the duration of the contract (2018-2020) while 10 junior players will be supported with clothing, blades and rubbers. Also two Nigerian top players will have once in a year training camp in Europe with Gewo offsetting the expenses.An excited NTTF boss described it as a step forward for the sport. “I am so excited about this contract and this is a result of the efforts our players have made at global level in recent times. We believe this will take away the burden of equipment from us and empower our players to play with the latest equipment in the sport. I hope that this will inspire our players to aim higher in order to attract more international companies to the sport,” Tikon said.Nigeria’s Captain Segun Toriola admitted that the contract would help the national teams when it comes to equipment and kits to major tournaments.“We hope that this is the beginning of good thing to come to table tennis in Nigeria. We are excited and we hope it will be a continuous alliance,” Toriola said.For Gewo’s Wehner, the decision to sign contract with the NTTF was based on the quality of table tennis in Nigeria.“We respect Nigeria and they are one of the best table tennis playing nations in the world. Their players are among the world’s best and for us at Gewo, we are the best and we want to be identified with the best. We would have loved to sign for more years but we believe that this is a start of a good thing ahead. We are at home with Nigerian players because they are polite and respectful and this for us are traits we want to be identified with in the world,” Wehner.The Hamburg-based company is also kitting top playing nations like Serbia and Iran.Relatedlast_img read more