first_imgChelsea Mikel accuses Conte of showing a lack of respect in forced Chelsea exit Chris Burton 22:23 6/2/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) HD John Obi Mikel Chelsea Getty Chelsea Antonio Conte Premier League The Nigerian was quickly deemed surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge once the Italian coach took charge, despite what he had previously achieved John Obi Mikel has accused Chelsea boss Antonio Conte of displaying a lack of respect as he was forced towards the exits at Stamford Bridge in 2016-17.The Nigeria international had spent a decade on the Blues’ books when another change in the dugout brought an Italian tactician to west London.Conte quickly deemed Mikel surplus to requirements, despite a loyal servant boasting two Premier League titles, three FA Cups, a Champions League crown and Europa League triumph on an enviable CV. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Once frozen out a parting of ways became inevitable and the 31-year-old eventually moved on to CSL side Tianjin Teda in January 2017.Mikel is disappointed at how his time at Chelsea came to an end, but the club still holds a special place in his heart regardless of Conte’s actions.He told The Sun on his time in England: “Definitely it was the right time [to leave] because when you have a manager who… you have to come in whoever you are – manager or player – there are people who have been there before who made this club what it is today.“Chelsea was nowhere near what it is 10, 15 years ago. There are players that build and build and build, then it’s all about respect.“When you don’t get that from a manager who comes in and after five minutes decides to make a change you deal with it, you move on.“My connection with the club has not changed because of the manager or because of a certain person.“My relationship with the club remains. I am a blue and I want to remain that way for years and years to come.”Antonio ConteConte could be heading through the exits himself this summer, with Chelsea seemingly ready to move in a different direction after missing out on a top-four finish in 2017-18.There are clearly issues for the Blues to address, with Roman Abramovich’s visa problems and the shelving of stadium development plans providing more unwelcome distractions.Mikel is, however, convinced that the club will remain a global superpower and that problems on and off the field will soon be addressed.He added: “It doesn’t concern me at all. The club is in really good hands, run by Marina [Granovskaia] now. She loves the club.“I think she makes decisions purely on the betterment of the club, which is how a club should be run. She does exactly what Roman wants her to do.“Roman loves the club. He has devoted his time, money into this football club. He has made Chelsea what it is today.“I don’t care what anyone says, Roman made Chelsea what Chelsea is today and I think, because of the amount of wealth he has brought into this country, everybody owes him a little bit of appreciation.”last_img read more

first_imgThe iconic Yass Touch Knockout will again be held on the Australia Day weekend (24 and 25 January 2009). The biggest touch knockout in Australasia is celebrating 21 years next year and is calling on teams to help them enjoy the party.The six a side competition will hold men’s, women’s and mixed divisions in A and B divisions.$12,000 prize money is up for grabs in the two day knockout which will be held at Walker Park. The tournament which attracts teams from all across Australia and beyond has long been a solid hit-out for teams in preparation for the National Touch League. If you wish to participate in this unique Touch Football event, visit the Yass Touch website – http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?assoc=508&pID=14 or see the attached Nomination Form.Nominations close on Friday, 9 January 2009.Thanks to Rod Wise for providing the article content.Related Files2009_yass_touch_knockout_form_211008-pdflast_img read more

first_imgThe Government is currently engaged in an intense planning process to maintain the security gains and the safety of the citizens of Jamaica.Given the negative response of the Leader of the Opposition to the invitation of the Prime Minister to meet and reconsider the extensions of the States of Public Emergency, the Government has been focused on fine-tuning its security plans for the coming year.The public should bear in mind that the Leader of the Opposition while accepting the Prime Minister’s invitation to meet, has flatly rejected the purpose of the meeting, which is to discuss the extension of the State of Emergency.The Government does not wish to make security into a political football nor do we wish to engage in meaningless talk. The Government has always sought a united position on security matters and would welcome the cooperation of the Opposition even at this late stage. However, such cooperation must be genuine and meaningful.The Opposition is either confused or disingenuous, on one hand, they outrightly reject the successful use of the States of Emergency, which are recommended by the security professionals and which could continue to bring further gains. While, on the other hand, the Opposition is advocating for actions that could only be carried out under the legal framework of a State of Emergency.In his use of time, the Prime Minister has decided to focus on ensuring that plans are in place for the improved safety and security of the citizens.The Prime Minister will be completing a series of consultations with the Security Chiefs today and tomorrow, after which, or if possible earlier, he will finalize a letter to the Leader of the Opposition.last_img read more

first_imgMumbai: Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor says that she feels proud of those girls who are making their mark in the professional field that was earlier dominated by men and for her gender equality is all about equal opportunity that is not limited by gender but based on skillset. As the portrayal of the female character is changing in Bollywood films, asked about how she looks at the change, Shraddha told IANS here, ” I think whether it is in our entertainment business or in our society, the casual sexism is going away and it was bound to happen. It is wonderful to see how gender is not limiting a job profile, there is no such things as ‘men’s job’ anymore. All those notions that were previously practised are challenged now.” Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: Priyanka “That is why, many parents are ‘ok’ with the decision of their children when they do not follow a so-called timeline to get married, to have a baby or even not having either of them,” added the actress who is quite excited about her new film ‘Saaho’ that has released on Friday. Making her debut in 2010 with the film Teen Patti, Shraddha has spent nine years in Bollywood and delivered some of the successful films like – “Aashiqui 2”, “Haider”, “Ek Villain”, “ABCD 2″. Also Read – Salman Khan remembers actor Vinod Khanna Citing an example of how women are finding space in every corner of the society, Shraddha said, ” when I started my career, I saw a few female photographers and never got papped by any female paparazzi. In last three years, I see there are four female photographers who are also doing paparazzi just like other men…I feel so proud of those girls.” “We should get opportunity only based on our skill and not based on our gender. There are many such examples where women are making their marks in the field that is predominated by men. This is what gender equality for me,” explained the actress who will be seen in ‘Chhichhore’.last_img read more

Rabat – Speaking at a national conference in Rabat on the means to combat money laundering and the funding of terrorism, the head of Morocco’s government Saad Dine El Othmani announced plans to launch a new national strategy to fight terrorism financing and money laundering. The prime minister explained that the new strategy will better coordinate communication and actions of different government and police departments. Historically, Morocco has utilized sector-based mechanism to battle laundering but with the new strategy Morocco is taking steps to adapt its legislation to the norms of the Financial Action Task Force. Read also: Morocco Elected to Coordinate Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear TerrorismMorocco will also adopt the national risk assessment report which will be sent to relevant administrations, so actioning appropriate measures, the head of government explained.During the national meeting the legislative leader of the Central Bank, Abdellatif Jouahri praised the developments in Morocco’s legislation and strategy aimed to fight against laundering and the funding of terrorism.The Central Bank is a key supporter of Morocco’s Financial Intelligence Unit regularly informs the government strategy in its fight against financial crimes.At the conference, the Moroccan Authorities for Capital Markets (AMMC) and the Financial Intelligence Unit (UTRF) signed an agreement to cooperate in the fight against laundering and the funding of terrorism.The agreement aims to enhance coordination between administrations in order to facilitate the exchange of information and expertise. read more

VENICE, Italy — The Latest on the cruise ship crashing into a dock and another river boat in a Venice canal (all times local):1 p.m.MSC Cruises, an international cruise ship line with its headquarters in Geneva, says its ship, the MSC Opera, experienced a mechanical problem Sunday as it was docking at a passenger terminal in Venice. The company says it is co-operating with authorities to figure out what happened.Videos of the crash show the cruise ship, apparently unable to halt its momentum, blaring its horn as it plows into a much smaller river boat and the dock as people on the dock run away in panic.The company says the MSC Opera is waiting to be allowed to dock at a terminal where large ships moor at Venice’s waterfront.The MSC Opera was built in 2004. It can carry over 2,675 passengers in 1,071 cabins. According to its sailing schedule, it left Venice on May 26 and travelled to Kotor, Montenegro, and Mykonos, Santorini and Corfu in Greece before returning Sunday to Venice.___10:15 a.m.A towering cruise ship has struck a dock and a tourist river boat on a busy canal in Venice. Italian media report that at least five people have been injured in the crash.The collision happened about 8:30 a.m. Sunday on the Giudecca Canal, a major thoroughfare that leads to Saint Mark’s Square in the northeastern Italian city. Video of the crash shows the cruise ship, apparently unable to halt its momentum, plowing into the much smaller river boat and the dock as dozens of people run away in panic.Venice is a tremendously popular site for both tourists and cruise ships, especially during the summer tourist season.The Associated Press read more

Addressing the 69th high-level debate in New York, Murray McCully highlighted fisheries management as one potential area for greater cooperation, particularly since the tuna harvested from the Pacific last year was worth other $3.3 billion.“Our objective is to see the owners of the Pacific tuna resource receive a significantly greater share of the value of that resource, and to ensure that it is sustainably managed for the future,” the Foreign Minister said. The UN recently held the third international conference on SIDS partnerships in Apia, Samoa, in which New Zealand participated. Among other issues highlighted in his address, the Foreign Minister noted the importance of action on climate change and shifting to renewable energies. New Zealand is campaigning for one of the five seats on the Security Council. Member States that will hold the non-permanent two-year seats will be elected by the UN General Assembly on 16 October. New Zealand has demonstrated in the past that it is a Council member that acts strongly, effectively and independent; champions the rights of small states and for the voices of all to be heard, Mr. McCully said. read more

Junior quarterback Braxton Miller (5) throws a pass during a game against Iowa Oct. 19 at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 34-24.Credit: Ritika Shah / Asst. photo editorThe Ohio State football team is looking to extend the nation’s longest winning streak to 20 games, but the Buckeyes (7-0, 3-0) aren’t expecting that win to come easily against division rival Penn State (4-2, 1-1) Saturday.“This is going to be a street fight for us,” OSU coach Urban Meyer told the media after practice Wednesday. “A team that has momentum, a team that had a bye week, a (team) that’s rested and well-coached. They’re legitimate — this is Penn State.”While the Buckeyes had to make a second-half comeback to secure a 34-24 win against Iowa in Columbus last Saturday, Penn State had a week off after a 43-40, quadruple overtime victory against Michigan Oct. 12.OSU defeated the Nittany Lions 35-23 at Beaver Stadium last season, but junior linebacker Ryan Shazier said the Buckeyes are “always going to get the best” out of their Leaders Division adversary.“They always going to give us their best shot and we going to give them our best shot, and it’s just always a fight out there,” Shazier said.Junior quarterback Braxton Miller said the Buckeyes make every game a big game, and playing Penn State in a nationally televised 8 p.m. game at Ohio Stadium should be no different.“Everyone wants to take down the guys that (are) undefeated,” Miller said. “It’s going to be electrifying, so it’s going to be fun.”OSU is ranked No. 4 in the initial BCS standings, which were released Sunday.Shazier said Wednesday that the Buckeyes are not focused on their win streak or getting to a national championship, but on playing Penn State.“At the end of the day, the next play and the next game is all that matters,” Shazier said. “We really don’t worry about all that stuff because we just, we just trying to win and we know if we take care of our job, everything else will take care of itself.”Senior wide receiver Corey “Philly” Brown, however, said the Buckeyes need to start winning games more convincingly in order to move up the BCS standings.“It’s got to be more than just beating teams, we got to start doing it like we should,” Brown said.After winning by at least 18 points in each of their four non-conference games, the Buckeyes have won by 10 points or less in the last three games against Big Ten opponents.Alabama, Florida State and Oregon, all of whom are also undefeated this season, are the three teams ranked ahead of OSU in the BCS standings. read more

first_imgLatest issue of International Mining Project News available (June 19): With the joining of Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton’s iron ore ventures in the Pilbara there are worries over an iron ore pricing monopoly with only Vale offering ‘major’ alternative pricing for iron ore fines. This year’s negotiations have been concluded with a variety of spot and fixed prices, with China in particular holding off on fixed contracts, however this huge joint venture has made China and many other countries fear future negotiations due to the lack of options it will result in.   Away from iron ore, there is much to report. Near Wiluna in Western Australia, Toro Energy has increased its resources at its Wiluna uranium project. Its Centipede uranium resource has increased to 9.78 Mt at 553 ppm U3O8 for 11.81 MIb of contained uranium oxide using a 200 ppm cutoff. This is a 26% increase in the average grade and a 6% increase in the contained uranium on the previously reported resource of 11.53 Mt at 438 ppm U3O8 for 11.12 MIb. Later in the month, Toro then issued another report confirming that its Lake Way deposit has had a similar significant resource grade increase to Centipede. New grade estimates for Lake Way showed a 34% improvement in the deposit’s grade to 543 ppm U3O8 from the previous estimate of 404 ppm released in May last year. After these upgrades Wiluna’s total resource now stands at 20.21 Mt at 548 ppm U3O8 for 11,070 t of contained uranium oxide.In potash, Potash One has the results of the Legacy Solution-Mining potash project prefeasibility study (PFS). This shows a Measured resource of 29 Mt and an Indicated resource of 222 Mt KCI, based on the estimated capital and operating costs for a 2.5 Mt/y potash solution mine. The study shows an initial mine life of 40 years with an estimated capital cost of $1.877 billion. SNC-Lavalin, the consulting firm who carried out the study, has now recommended that the project moves forward to the feasibility study stage.Moving to coal, Coal of Africa has successfully commissioned the coal handling and preparation plant (CHPP) at its Mooiplaats Colliery in Mpumalanga, South Africa. This first module of the CHPP has the capacity to process 110,000 t/month of run-of-mine coal. When processing bituminous coal, it will produce an export quality thermal coal, as well as a lower grade middling product suitable for the domestic power station market. The company is considering a revised mining layout and tonnage schedule, which it anticipates will result in bituminous coal only becoming available in Q1, 2010. With a cash balance of around $82.7 million, the company feels it has sufficient funds to complete the development of Mooiplaats.In India, Vedanta Resources has issued an update on its bauxite mining project in Orissa State. It expects to start mining there by August after already receiving stage 1 forest and environmental clearances. The operation is currently estimated to produce about 76 Mt of bauxite over its lifetime. Vedanta is well prepared for the project, already having an alumina refinery in the area, along with an aluminium smelter and a captive generating plant.In Canada, Iamgold has approved a $28 million mill expansion and an $18.9 million paste backfill plant addition to its Niobec niobium mine near Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada. The mill expansion will increase mill throughput by 24% and the paste backfill plant will increase Proven and Probable reserves by 36% and Inferred resources by 72%. The Niobec mill currently has an average throughput of 210 t/h, while the mining hoist has an average hoisting capacity of 260 t/h. The mill expansion is planned to match throughput to the mining hoisting capacity by increasing mill throughput to 260 t/h. There is also news of Frontier Mining’s Benkala copper porphyry project in north-western Kazakhstan, Andina Minerals financing for its Volcan gold project in Chile, Shanta Gold’s conceptual mining study at its Chunya project in Tanzania and Adamus Resources’ optimised feasibility study on its Southern Ashanti gold project in south-western Ghana as well as many other project reports.To receive the full 35+ page report, subscriptions to this service can be registered and paid for on-line (SUBSCRIBE TO IM PROJECT NEWS BUTTON), or contact emma@im-mining.com for a free trial copy.last_img read more

first_imgThe 16th International Seminar on Paste & Thickened Tailings will be held June 17-20, Belo Horizonte, Brazil. International Mining is the international media partner and our annual Paste Supplement will be distributed there. The promise of thickened, paste, and filtered tailings is reduced makeup water demand, smaller impoundment footprints, and less environmental impact. The promise is the opportunity to practice responsible, sustainable mining. The 42 papers accepted for Paste 2013 advance knowledge, practice, and the state-of-the-art of stacked tailings, whether it be thickened, paste, or filtered. There is always lively discussion and debates at these presentations. Join the experts, practitioners, users and suppliers in Belo Horizonte, the capital of Brazilian mining and the beautiful state of Minas Gerais.Take advantage of the conference and join for these exciting activities:Short course on Tailings Preparation, Transport and Deposition (presented by Paterson & Cooke)Dinner party at Xapuri, celebrating Brazilian June FestivalTour to Samarco and Germano mines with an overnight stay in Ouro PretoRegister now at www.paste2013.comlast_img read more

first_img No, they knew what they were getting into (714) Poll Results: SOUTH AFRICAN-BORN ACTRESS Charize Theron has hit out at the press coverage of celebrities, saying that the invasion of her private life is so intrusive that it is comparable to rape.She told Sky News that “every aspect” of her life has become “fodder” for a brand of journalism that exists “in a dark room”.“When you start living in that world, and doing that, you start feeling raped.”In light of the Hollywood actress’s statement, we want to know what you think.Do you think the media intrudes too much on the lives of celebrities?  Yes, I think it is totally out of control (2941) I don’t know (48) Yes, I think it is totally out of controlIt’s part of their job but they deserve some privacyNo, they knew what they were getting intoI don’t knowVote It’s part of their job but they deserve some privacy (2011)last_img read more

first_imgLast weekend was one that many Diablo fans spent glued to their PCs. The reason being Blizzard decided to open up the beta for Diablo III to anyone and everyone, as long as you had a Battle.net account in good standing.The reason for the free-for-all was to test the limits of the system, and in particular whether the Battle.net servers could cope. The answer was they couldn’t, but the good news is they managed to handle a hell of a lot of concurrent users before giving up.Posting on his Twitter account, Blizzard community manager Bashiok confirmed that concurrent users peaked at around 300,000. We don’t know how far beyond that limit the system went before it started rejecting gamers, but that’s a pretty impressive figure to reach.I’m sure Blizzard is a little less concerned about the launch of the game with that test proving the servers can handle a massive load. However, with the data they collected I’m sure there’s a few improvements being made in the three weeks left before the May 15 launch.While the servers may be able to cope with lots of players, I wonder if the same tests have been done to ensure thousands of new Battle.net account registrations can be coped with? I bet there’s also going to be a few retailers unable to cope with demand come launch day, too.If you missed out on playing the open beta last weekend then you can gain some insight by reading our Diablo III Battle Report.via Kotakulast_img read more

first_imgBOISE, Idaho — Storms brought cooler and wetter weather into the Western and Northwestern U.S. this weekend, breaking up a temperature inversion that had blanketed much of the region with acrid smoke from dozens of wildfires.Officials at the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise said Saturday they expected fire activity to decrease over the next several weeks. Center spokeswoman Kari Cobb says air quality should improve as the smoke-trapping inversion breaks up.“We should see it lifting more today,” she said Saturday. “It’s predicted to be mostly gone by tomorrow in most of the West.”She said forecasters expect storms to bring some lightning and winds to 30 mph, notably in Montana, but that rain and higher humidity should decrease the chances of new fires.The center says there are 67 active large wildfires being fought.A look at wildfires across the region:MontanaFirefighters in drought-stricken Montana used sprinklers and hoses on Saturday to try to protect strategic locations near some of the over two dozen wildfires burning in the state that have forced more people from their homes.last_img read more

first_imgNEW YORK — The private funeral for Philip Seymour Hoffman in Manhattan on Friday is underway with a somber, star-studded audience in attendance that includes Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Ethan Hawke, Amy Adams, Ellen Burstyn and Spike Lee.The list of mourners also included Michelle Williams, Julianne Moore, Joaquin Phoenix, Louis C.K., Mary Louise Parker, John Slattery, Jerry Stiller, Marisa Tomei, Diane Sawyer and her director husband, Mike Nichols.Hoffman, 46, was found dead Sunday of an apparent heroin overdose in his apartment. He leaves behind his partner of 15 years, Mimi O’Donnell, and their three children.The actor’s body was carried into the church by pallbearers and O’Donnell — holding their youngest child — followed. Playwright David Bar Katz, who found Hoffman’s body, looked visibly upset as he arrived.The ceremony was being held at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, the same limestone church that hosted the funerals of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Lena Horne and Aaliyah. The 1898 Baroque-style marble interior is reminiscent of a Roman basilica.last_img read more

first_imgSOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Miami-Dade Fire Rescue came to the assistance of a horse that fell in a ditch in Southwest Miami-Dade.The animal fell in a ditch near Southwest 168th Street and 199th Avenue, Saturday.The ditch was filled with soggy dirt, which created a suction effect, so crews used a hole to loosen it up.The horse was not seriously injured.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

first_img(WSVN) – President Donald Trump suggested Tuesday that solar panels may help lower the cost of his proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall.According to Fox News, two lawmakers who were in the meeting told The Wall Street Journal that Trump proposed the solar panel plan during a meeting with congressional Republicans.The specifics of the proposal remain unclear.“I think it’s innovative,” said House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy to The Wall Street Journal. “To authorize it and to appropriate it wouldn’t cost as much.”Construction costs may be lowered if the solar panel plan is passed, but Congress has yet to allocate money for the wall.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

first_img Dan Cohen AUTHOR At a ceremony Friday to swear in John Gibson II as DOD’s first chief management officer, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Gibson will spearhead efforts to support the third line of effort in the National Defense Strategy — reforming the department for efficiency, capability and affordability. The practices of the department are not set in stone, Mattis said, reported DOD News. The secretary said he expects Gibson to reform any practice that does not increase lethality or strengthen international partnerships. Gibson acknowledged the task he faces would be challenging. “Those who have succeeded at this type of change will tell you it takes five to seven years to see enduring results, but it has to start and build momentum,” he said.DOD photo by Tech Sgt. Vernon Young Jr.last_img read more

first_imgIn the Southern District, the Port Graham Subdistrict opened July 14 to commercial set gillnetting for the first time this season. Returns haven’t been especially high, so that fishery has been closed so far, says Glenn Hollowell, Fish and Game Finfish Area Management Biologist for the Lower Cook Inlet.Download Audio“We’ve been tracking the sockeye return to English Bay Lakes,” says Hollowell. “It’s been what I’ve called modest this year. We’ve just barely made our escapement goals with a subsistence fishery but no commercial fishery. Had we had a commercial fishery, I think it would have depressed escapement to the lakes below the level that we want to see. So, we’ve kept the commercial fishery closed and the subsistence fishery open.”The sustainable escapement goal is 6,000 to 13,500 sockeye. As of July 11, about 6,700 fish had returned. Beginning at 6 a.m. July 14, it is open for regular 48-hour Monday and Thursday commercial fishing periods. The subsistence fishery will remain open.Set gillnetting opened in portions of the Barabara Creek, Tutka Bay, Halibut Cove, and Seldovia Bay Subdistricts in early June. Those areas will remain open for two 48-hour fishing periods per week. Hollowell says it’s still early in the season to tell, but this harvest doesn’t seem to  match up to last year’s.“It seems like we’ve been running slightly ahead of the 10-year average,” says Hollowell. “But last year was just an amazing year. We were way ahead of the 10-year average last year and we seem to be trailing that a little bit this year.”The 10-year average for sockeyes is about 21,000 fish. The 2013 harvest was more than 29,000. So far this season, 22,000 reds have been caught by set gillnetters in the Southern District.The purse seine fisheries in the Tutka Bay, Halibut Cove and Humpy Creek Subdistricts and the China Poot and Neptune Bay Sections are also open.“Typically, those are very, very slow fisheries until about now and then they start to pick up as pink salmon come back through and as we start seeing coho and sockeye salmon,” says Hollowell. “And the sockeye salmon harvest has picked up quite a bit in the purse seine fishery in the last week and a half I would say.”As of July 3, only 373 sockeye had been caught. By July 7, that number had jumped to more than 1,300.In the Kamishak Bay District, the Chenik Subdistrict had its first purse seine opening July 12 through 14.“Usually they go into Chenik Lake during high tide cycles,” says Hollowell. “But, apparently, they got in during a moderate tide cycle. So, we’ve got about 6,000 fish in the lake, which is within the sustainable escapement goal of 3,500 to 14,000. So, we’re doing okay there.”Finally, in the Outer District, there are openings in Port Dick, and the Windy Bay, Rocky Bay, and Nuka Island Subdistricts.Hollowell says as it is still early in the season, it will still take some time to identify this year’s trends in the commercial salmon harvest throughout Lower Cook Inlet.last_img read more