Team Canada leads Men’s Round Robin at World Curling Juniors

first_imgGANGNEUNG, SOUTH KOREA – Sterling Middleton and the rest of Team Tardi are doing a fantastic job so far of representing Canada at the 2017 VoIP Defender World Junior Curling Championships in Gangneung, South Korea.Team Canada, comprised of Middleton, brothers Tyler and Jordan Tardi, and Nicholas Meister, defeated Team Sweden during the first draw of the Round Robin last night. After Sweden got a single in the first end, Team Tardi answered back with a double in the second.Though Sweden jumped out to a 4-2 lead after three ends, Tardi answered back with three of their own in the fourth to restore their two point lead. Sweden only managed another four points all game, while Canada outgunned the Swedes with a pair of two-points ends and an additional three points in the ninth to win in 10 ends.- Advertisement -The Fort St. John native and his teammates will be back in action this afternoon at 5:00 to take on the host Korea, before playing China on Friday morning at 3:00 Mountain Time.last_img read more

MONTGOMERY Ala AP – Alabama lawmakers have vot

first_imgMONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – Alabama lawmakers have voted to abolish judge-signed marriage inlicenses as some conservative probate judges continue to object to same-sex marriage.House of Representatives voted 67-26 Thursday for the bill that would replace marriage licenses with a new form called a marriage certificate. The bill now goes to Gov. Kay Ivey for her signature.For years a few conservative probate judges in Alabama have refused to issue marriage licenses to anyone so they don’t have to issue them to gay and lesbian couples.Republican Sen. Greg Albritton says he’s proposed the change so people can get marriage documents in every county.Democratic Rep. Neil Rafferty, the only openly gay member of the House, said he believed the bill was “born out of prejudice.”(Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)UPDATES:The bill now goes to Gov. Kay Ivey for approval as the Probate Judge’s signature is no longer needed.last_img read more