Answer: This NFL player made top headlines in the sports world last week for nothing that happened on the field. Question: Who is Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers? Now, he's making more off-field news. But first, here's the back story. Hours before the 2021 NFL Draft began on April 29, news broke that Rodgers was unhappy in Green Bay and wanted to play for another team. And minutes before the draft, it was reported that a deal between the Packers and Denver Broncos was "as close to a done deal as it can get." Nothing has happened with Rodgers leaving the Packers, but there's more off-field news about the Green Bay signal-caller. Rodgers, who was a guest host on Jeopardy! in April, has brought the third-highest ratings among the six guest hosts so far. Rodgers drew a 5.6 rating during his first week, followed by a 5.5 rating the next week. Former Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings has brought the highest ratings at 6.0 for his six-week stint (Jan. 11 — Feb. 19), and … [Read more...] about Aaron Rodgers, Who Wants Out of Green Bay, Had Glowing Ratings on Jeopardy!
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Kerry Ann Charles stands on the shores of Georgina Island, excitedly watching water flow through Gerties Creek, and rush out into a partially frozen Lake Simcoe. The restoration of the creek has been a labour of love for Charles, a member of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation, who live on one of two GTA reserves, a remote and largely uninhabited island a short ferry ride from the Town of Georgina. Read more: Sewage plant technology hailed as most advanced in Canada “As kids, we were able to spear fish and go around in canoes right here,” said Charles, the environmental co-ordinator with the local band council, pointing to a pool of water in between a clearing of trees. “Over time, the land was filled in, and developed. So we took on the project to restore this part of our history.” Today, the current in the creek has returned. One day, she hopes, the fish will too. But she’s worried all her dreams and effort will be for naught if a $685-million sewage treatment … [Read more...] about Georgina Island residents raise concerns over proposed sewage plant
Osh Leveque was desperate for a job last year, just before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Her social media pleas for help yielded an exciting solution: A political candidate she admired messaged her about working for his congressional campaign. Leveque had voted for Rob Anderson in 2018 in his first run against incumbent Republican Clay Higgins, known for right-wing views and often outlandish commentary. Anderson seemed like a blue-collar, progressive antidote, and Leveque was excited to work on his second campaign. Leveque found Anderson’s personality matched his persona. He was down-to-earth and easy to get along with, not to mention a fearless advocate for progressive causes: “a driller who has read a lot of books,” as he described himself. Anderson and Leveque hit it off, and they had a brief fling that ended mutually after a few weeks. “I wasn’t attracted to him sexually before this all happened, but I was attracted to him and his charisma and his political views. I admired … [Read more...] about ‘I’m already ruined’: The rise and fall of Rob Anderson, Louisiana’s famous Twitter progressive
Kindly Share This Story: …Don’t allow faceoff with Kaduna govt make you irrational By Adesina Wahab The National Parent Teacher Association of Nigeria, NAPTAN, has appealed to the bandits who abducted some students of Greenfield University, Kaduna State to allow more time for negotiation that will lead to the peaceful resolution of the crisis at hand. The National President of NAPTAN, Alhaji Haruna Danjuma, who spoke in an interview with Vanguard on Tuesday, also pleaded with the bandits not to allow the faceoff between them and the Kaduna State Government push them into taking irrational action. Danjuma also called on the bandits to fear God and not kill the innocent students. He spoke in reaction to the threat by the bandits that unless a ransom of N100 million is paid by today, Tuesday, the remaining 17 students in their custody would be killed. Also read: Bandits threaten to kill remaining Greenfield students if N100m ransom is not … [Read more...] about Abducted students: Allow more time for negotiation, parents plead with bandits