Cory Jennerjohn: The Nl Central Is The Brewers To Lose

Florence County home to fewest substandard bridges in state – SCNow: News

This team has the horses to compete. It has a pitching staff that has 72 quality starts, good for second in the NL. And its got a bullpen that has leaned on Smith, a $502,000 value lefty, so much that closer Francisco Rodriguez has only pitched of an inning more for the highest bullpen workload. Jonathan Lucroy is one of the best contact hitters in the game, and its even more impressive that hes a catcher. http://www.wiscnews.com/sports/baseball/professional/major/article_7c30ed39-6ce5-5d31-b208-e25fe091cd36.html?comment_form=true

There are still some timber pile bridges in service in some areas up there. We dont have any bridges that have the tremendous traffic loads like I-85 have. In Florence AAA ranked the functionally and structurally deficient US 76 bridge over Lake Swamp, near Timmonsville as 96th in the state (down three from last year) and the functionally deficient Cashua Street bridge over Jefferies Creek as 109th. Both of those bridges are set to be replaced. Lake Swamp will be replaced of as part of the $19 million expansion of U.S. 76 from I-95 into Timmonsville under the first penny tax. http://www.scnow.com/news/article_2e8106d4-1a93-11e4-a1b6-0017a43b2370.html

Thousands in Venezuela are being forced out of the world’s tallest slum | Deseret News

3 2014 8:26 a.m. MDT Updated: 2 hours ago A resident waits for transportation to a new home after being evicted from the worlds tallest slum, the Tower of David, a half-built skyscraper that was abandoned in the 1990s and was transformed by squatters into a vertical ghetto, in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Officials and armed soldiers began moving out the first of thousands of squatters who have lived for nearly a decade in a soaring, half-built skyscraper in the heart of Caracas. Fernando Llano, ASSOCIATED PRESS Summary Home to more than a thousand squatters, a half-built skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela is being emptied out. http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865607825/Thousands-in-Venezuela-are-being-forced-out-of-the-worlds-tallest-slum.html

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