Pinterest Ellen Noel Art Museum to host Community Art Day WhatsApp Previous articleSteampunk breakfast invasionNext articleTEXAS VIEW: GOP policy should support local control admin Facebook Pinterest By admin – January 18, 2018 Ellen Noel Art Museum photo logo The Ellen Noel Art Museum, 4909 E. University Blvd., has scheduled Community Art Day from 1 to 4 p.m. Jan. 27.The day will include different drawing and animation art activities, tour the Chuck Jones & Looney Tunes exhibition, and enjoy visits from The Edge of Imagination Station from Austin and UTPB’s Pots and Prints. Free and open to the public. For more information, call 432-550-9696. Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Local NewsEntertainment
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now File Image.DUNKIRK — Alternate and overnight parking regulations on Dunkirk streets will change today to assist snow removal efforts during the winter months, according to the Dunkirk Police Department.Overnight parking rules go into effect Sunday and stay in effect thru Saturday, April 3. For overnight regulations parking is prohibited on the following Streets from 3:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.:Brigham Road from Lakeshore Drive South to the City Line; Brooks Avenue; Canary Street; Central Ave. from City Pier to the City Line; Columbus Ave.; Doughty St.; Eagle St. between Fifth and Sixth Streets, between Lakeshore Dr. West; Second Street; E. Chestnut St. from Fizell St. West to Warsaw St.; E. 6 th St. from Main St. East to Maple Ave.; Franklin Ave. from Main St. South to Wright St.; Franklin Ave. from Talcott St. South to City Line; Irving Pl.; Lakeshore Dr. from City Line to City Line’ Lamphere St. from Seventh South to City Line; Lark St.; Leopard St.; Lynx St.; Main St. from Lakefront Blvd. South to Sixth St.; Main St. Extension from Newton St. South to City Line; Maple Ave. from Main St. South to Talcott St.; Middle Rd. from Moffat St. East to City Line; Nichols Ave.; North Beaver St.; Pelican St.; Plover St.; Point Dr. North; Point Dr. West; Roosevelt Ave.; Ruggles St. from Main St. South to Wright St.; Taft Pl.; Talcott St. from Roberts Rd. West to Franklin Ave.; Temple St. from Fourth north to CSX; Third St. from Main St. West to Central Ave.; Washington Ave. from Third St. South to Fourth St.; Second St. from Brigham Rd. West to Brooks Ave.; Seventh St. from Woodrow Ave. West to Brigham Rd.; Woodrow Ave. from Lucas Ave. North to Sixth St.All other Streets not subject to the above listed Overnight Parking are subject to Alternate Parking Regulations. The Alternate Parking Regulations change from weekly to daily for the Winter Months.Effective Sunday, and continuing through April 3, vehicles shall be parked only on the odd-numbered side of the street on odd-numbered days and only on the even-numbered side of the street on even-numbered days. The date of the day after the hour of 5:00PM will determine the side which Parking is allowed.Warning notices will be issued for a short period of time after which strict enforcement will begin by issuance of Parking Summonses. Vehicles in violation of Overnight, Alternate or any other posted Regulations which hamper snow removal efforts by Public Works or pose a hazard for access of emergency vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense.Vehicles which block sidewalks and hamper sidewalk plowing will also be ticketed and towed if necessary.
As Brittney Dolgner wrote in her final “captain’s log,” it was supposed to be a great day to be a Badger as Wisconsin hosted Purdue in its season finale Saturday at the Field House.Unfortunately for Dolgner and fellow senior Caity DuPont, things didn’t exactly go according to plan on senior night against the Boilermakers.Through the first two sets, the seniors struggled along with the rest of the Wisconsin attack, as the Badgers fell behind the Boilermakers two sets to none. As a result, UW head coach Pete Waite opted to sit his two seniors when the third set began.“We weren’t quite getting it done in the first two sets, so we came out with a different lineup, switched some things around,” Waite said. “We had people who came in and did some nice things.”And while the changes did help the Badgers dominate the third set 25-15 and win the fourth set 25-20, Wisconsin’s only seniors were forced to watch much of their final match as Badgers from the sideline as the team’s younger players made an impact.“It was different… I don’t know,” Dolgner said of the last three sets. “It’s kind of frustrating because I was kind of struggling out there. … You just kind of have to take it in stride, I guess.”Dolgner seemed to take her own advice, as she remained positive after the game despite seeing only limited opportunities in two of the final three sets.DuPont, on the other hand, struggled to find much to say after the game, as she seemed to be overcome by the emotions that came along with her final match as a Badger.She did, however, offer one observation from the final three sets, all of which she watched from the sideline.“I was really proud of the younger players,” DuPont said. “They stepped it up and really played well tonight, picking it up.”As much as their final match did not go according to plan for Dolgner and DuPont, it was not much different than the Badgers’ season as a whole.From the beginning, one of the goals for the seniors was simply to be able to play when this final weekend rolled around as they battled injuries from the start of the 2009 season.According to Waite, being able to accomplish that goal was a feat in itself.“These two have worked really hard and we’re really proud of what they’ve done and what they’ve battled through,” Waite said. “Our goal for them was to have them playing here at the end of the season because of the injuries they’ve been dealing with and have been for the last couple of years.“We managed their backs really well and they were very smart about it this year, and we had them out there for the last weekend. That was a big goal for us.”With eight newcomers to the squad, including six freshmen, the Badgers’ early struggles were not surprising. The team did find its stride after seven matches, though, winning eight of its next 13 matches between Sept. 12 and Oct. 30.At that point, UW sat at 11-9 overall and 6-5 in Big Ten play, putting them in contention for a potential NCAA bid after missing the tournament last season for the first time in more than a decade.The rest of the 2009 season did not go as Wisconsin had hoped, however, as the Badgers lost their final nine matches to finish with the fewest wins of any UW team since 1985.After what looked like a promising season turned into the Badgers’ worst in more than 20 years, another loss was a tough way to go out for Dolgner and DuPont.“It’s overwhelming, I guess, knowing that it’s your last game,” Dolgner said. “You want to go out giving everything you have. Being out on the sideline, it’s hard to watch when you know you can do so much better, but you’re kind of limited by injury or something in your mindset.“I think, just knowing that it’s the end and you’re done, it’s emotional, and I think that’s what got to Caity.”Waite added his thoughts as DuPont struggled to keep from crying after the match.“Players go through their careers and experience a lot of things with a lot of different teammates and have a lot of fun off the court and on the court,” he said. “You know, those are some of the tears that are coming now, just thinking, ‘oh, it’s done.’”