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Elizabethton City Council approves one more year for Twins baseball, authorizes negotiations for private management of golf course

Council members voted unanimously Thursday evening to extend a current management agreement and keep the Elizabethton Twins playing at Joe O’Brien Field for another year, but that isn’t all. They also approved sending a memorandum to the Twins’ front office setting a Feb. 28 deadline for the Twins to say whether they will help the city pay for upgrades to the ...

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Fulfillment & Warehouse Management

The end of the year is soon approaching, and retailers worldwide face the same ordeal: the dilemma of what to do with this year’s unsold goods. Your warehouse team may have developed a system of tracking and sorting individual products or pallets of products, but they have no way of letting you know if the unsold merchandise has any resale ...

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Out-of-state management company expected to run new city baseball complex

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The city is pouring millions and millions into the Civic Plaza makeover and a new baseball complex. Now the trick is making sure they pay off. From a revamped Civic Plaza, to a new look at the Convention Center, people are really enjoying the updates. “I like this plaza in general, I just like walking through ...

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Rally Finland meets best practice within Environmental Management

World-famous event steps up to the next level of FIA Environmental Accreditation Based on the audit conducted on 19 July 2017, one of the most famous events of the FIA World Rally Championship, Rally Finland, has attained Achievement of Excellence level against the FIA Environmental Certification Framework. It joins a list of other high-profile events at this level of accreditation, ...

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Gruden's awful clock management hands victory to Chiefs

The Oct. 2 edition of Monday Night Football will be remembered as the night the Kansas City Chiefs moved to 4-0, but it should be remembered as the one Jay Gruden cost his own team a chance to pick up a signature road win. Down by three late in the fourth quarter, the Washingto… NFL | theScore

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Joey Votto talks strike-zone management – and praises umpires

NEW YORK – As the Cincinnati Reds play out the string in their fourth straight losing season and almost assuredly their third straight landing in the National League Central basement, there still is great importance every time they take the field. Joey Votto, the 2010 National League MVP, is on his way to leading the Senior Circuit in on-base percentage ...

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