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Sharks’ Erik Karlsson may miss more time

Sharks’ Erik Karlsson may miss more time

first_imgSAN JOSE — The lower body injury that kept defenseman Erik Karlsson out of the Sharks’ lineup for the last three games before the NHL’s all-star break could keep him out of the first game back, as well.Karlsson did not skate Friday and Sharks coach Pete DeBoer said he’ll have to wait until Saturday to determine if the two-time Norris Trophy winner will be available to play in that night’s game against the Arizona Coyotes at SAP Center.The Sharks were 1-2 in games without Karlsson from Jan. …last_img

Another Reese joins the OCJ/OAN team

Another Reese joins the OCJ/OAN team

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Jeff ReeseJeff Reese joined the Ohio’s Country Journal/Ohio Ag Net staff in July as the newest marketing specialist. He had been the grain originator and transportation manager at Legacy Farmers Co-op in Findlay. He graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in agricultural communications in 2006.He grew up in Hancock County working on his family’s Christmas tree farm. He currently resides in Findlay and will be serving clients in that, and other, regions of the state.last_img

US singled out by G7 allies over steel and aluminum tariffs

US singled out by G7 allies over steel and aluminum tariffs

first_imgWHISTLER, B.C. – The United States is being singled out by all of its G7 allies over the Trump administration’s hefty tariffs on steel and aluminum as the exclusive club of rich nations edges closer to a trade war.The dispute over U.S. President Donald Trump’s tariffs is driving a wedge in the G7, laying the groundwork for a potential clash among its leaders next week in Quebec’s Charlevoix region.Following the conclusion today of a three-day meeting of G7 finance ministers in Whistler, B.C., Finance Minister Bill Morneau issued issued a chair’s summary that says the other six members want Trump to hear their message of “concern and disappointment” over the U.S. trade actions.I wish to thank my G7 counterparts for the productive meetings in Whistler – and I reiterate Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau’s appeal for commons sense to prevail as the Summit gets underway in Charlevoix next week.— Bill Morneau (@Bill_Morneau) June 2, 2018Allies including Canada and the European Union are threatening retaliatory tariffs in hope of forcing Trump to back down from his position.They are calling for decisive action from Washington and are urging U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to deliver their message before next week’s leaders’ summit.The G7 leaders’ summit, which will be hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, will also mark Trump’s first visit to Canada as president.last_img read more