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Charlotte sun herald

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Title:
Charlotte sun herald
Uniform Title:
Charlotte sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : 1995)
Running title:
Sun herald
Place of Publication:
Charlotte Harbor, FL
Publisher:
Sun Coast Media Group- Robert E. Lee - Publisher - Jim Gouvellis - Executive Editor
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Daily
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English

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Newspapers -- Charlotte Harbor (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Charlotte County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Charlotte -- Port Charlotte
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26.966141 x -82.068026

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Also issued on microfilm from Crest Technologies.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
General Note:
"An edition of The Sun Herald."

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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36852667 ( OCLC )
sn 97027762 ( LCCN )
ocm36852667

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Sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : Charlotte ed.)

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SARASOTA „ In the days following the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, local and state of“cials have been trying to “nd a solution. In mid-February, Gov. Rick Scott proposed an action plan for not only gun sellers and owners, but also Florida schools. The provisions suggested by Scott include hardening of school buildings and additional funding for school resource officers. There are questions as to how it will be done. For Sarasota County, there were already plans in place to strengthen school security, according to Michael Andreas. Andreas is the districts safety and security director and has had his hands full since the start of the month with a series of lockdowns, bomb and verbal threats along with “ghts. Following the Feb. 14 shooting in Parkland, there has been a rush to push up the existing plan for safety at the district. Known as the safe campus initiative, plans to change safety and security were already under way before the Parkland shooting. Its unfortunate that there is a new tragedy, thereby its accelerating our timeline,Ž Andreas said. Andreas is pleased there are changes, but said the hardest part is “nding funding and the people to do it. As a the director of safety and security, he feels more can be done in terms of drills. Currently, the state mandates a number of drills be conducted throughout the school year. Andreas feels the number of “re drills should be reduced to have more active shooter drills, and running the drills should occur during different times of the school day. The state needs to make it six full drills and reduce the number of “re drills,Ž Andreas said. Andreas said instead of running a drill in home Schools look again at safety, security solutionsBy ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER SCHOOLS | 5A staunchly conservative district for the past eight years, Congressional District 17 has been through a whirlwind since U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney tweeted, After 10 years in Congress, its time to hang them up,Ž two weeks ago. Rooney, a “fth-term congressmen, will not seek re-election this November, opting to step away. The announcement „ delivered in less than 280 characters on the popular social media platform „ quickly reverberated through the district as names to replace Rooney popped up likes weeds. State Sen. Greg Steube, a Sarasota Republican, of“cially declared his intention to vie for the U.S. House of Representative District 17 seat earlier this week, joining a few others. And on Thursday, State Rep. Julio Gonzalez, a Venice Republican, threw his hat in the ring. Hell address his constituents and discuss his platform at 6 p.m. Monday, March 12, at Venice Community Center. After presenting two bills Friday as the 2018 Legislative session winds down, Gonzalez walked back to his of“ce in Tallahassee and began packing. My passion has always been protecting the Constitution and pursuing issues important to the Gonzalez, Sawyer enter race asmore run for Congress By JONATHAN SCHOLLESSTAFF WRITERCONGRESS | 4 GONZALEZSAWYER Following an announcement that the U.S. plans to impose tariffs on foreign imports of steel and aluminum, some local fabricators and suppliers were left concerned on Friday. In a meeting Thursday with U.S. steel and aluminum company executives, President Donald Trump said tariffs would be placed on imports for a long period of time and that he would sign orders next week, according to MarketWatch.com On Friday, Trump tweeted trade wars are good,Ž and noted the U.S. is losing many billions of dollars on trade with virtually every country it does business with.Ž Todd Greulich, shop foreman at Macs Metal Materials and Welding in Port Charlotte, said he believes aluminum and steel prices will be affected. I would imagine it will cause prices to skyrocket,Ž he said. U.S. stocks fell Friday. The European Union indicated it would take the tariffs issue to the World Trade Organization. And numerous countries indicated counter-measures such as trade tariffs on U.S. exports were possible, according to news reports. The declines suggest investors are still spooked by the news that Trump has said he would sign orders next week imposing a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum,Ž Fridays MarketWatch report stated. Tariffs can push up the cost of goods, which in turn lifts the selling price or reduces pro“ts, if the manufacturer absorbs the costs.Ž Tampa Bay Steel distributes varying grades of metal and steel to companies in Sarasota and Charlotte counties, according to Bobby Burke, sales director for the company.Steel, aluminum import tariffs draw local concernBy ANDREA PRAEGITZERSTAFF WRITERTARIFFS | 4 As the father of two daughters, State Rep. Julio Gonzalez said he was angry,Ž appalled,Ž and personally offendedŽ by the Valentines Day mass shooting at a high school in Broward County that left 17 students and faculty dead. The shooting sent shock waves throughout the nation and pushed thousands of students and parents to drive 400 miles from Parkland to Tallahassee to advocate for a ban on assault-style weapons and enhanced safeguards to keep schools safe. For the “rst time in a while, perhaps, the most poignant moments of the 2018 Legislative session didnt happen in the ornate halls or committee rooms of Floridas capital building. By far, the tragic events that took place at Parkland was the single most de“ning moment of the Legislative session,Ž said Gonzalez, a Venice Republican, who announced he is running for U.S. House of Representatives District 17, which will be vacated by Congressman Tom Rooney this November. I thought it brought great urgency to bring changes,Ž he added. In the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, Gov. Rick Scott has proposed a $500 million investment in school safety and mental health. In the weeks since the massacre, lawmakers have scrambled to address legislation related to the shooting. As a result, many measures „ including highpro“le issues like opioid abuse „ have been pushed aside. Every tragedy has happened in a gun-free zone,Ž said State Sen. Greg Steube, who will Gun talk overwhelms legislators looking to end sessionCrunch time in TALLAHASSEEBy JONATHAN SCHOLLESSTAFF WRITERTNS PHOTOA group of Marjory Stoneman Douglas students enter the Capitol Building in Tallahassee to speak to state legislators on Feb. 21. MIKE GRANT GREG STEUBE JULIO GONZALEZ SESSION | 4 BOTTOM LINELawmakers in Tallahassee are scheduled to approve a state budget and go home for the year Friday as repercussions from the Parkland, Florida shooting are overshadowing other, less pressing legislation they hoped to pass. CALL US AT941-206-1000CHARLOTTE SUN Pulitzer Prize winner2016 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 126 | NO. 62AMERICAS BEST COMMUNITY DAILY SunnyHigh 79 Low 46$1.50 www.yoursun.comTodays weather:www.yoursun.comFIND US ONLINE CHARLIE SAYS ...Dj moo! 705252000258Daily Edition $1.50 Saturday, March 3, 2018 FERAL CATTLE HARASSING HIKERS, GOBBLING UP VEGETATION Feral cattle are reshaping scenic canyons and slopes in California with their appetites and hooves. They are wiping out grasses and contaminating the watershed with their droppings. They have also charged at human visitors who venture too close. 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Other companies in the area that have received help with job placements from the workforce development board echoed that sentiment, after two different CareerSource locations in Pinellas County and Tampa Bay were investigated by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity for allegedly in”ating their placement numbers. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri recently called CareerSource Pinellas a scam,Ž claimed his signature was forged, and asserted the of“ce improperly took credit for job placements at his agency. Two dozen boards run 100 career centers spread through Florida, which are designed to connect employers with workers and vice-versa. FDEO Spokesperson Tiffany Vause con“rmed the agency is not currently investigating CareerSource Southwest Florida, which serves “ve counties including Charlotte „ or CareerSource of Suncoast, which serves Sarasota County and Manatee County. During the past two years, PGT Industries received more job placements out of the North Port of“ce of CareerSource Suncoast with 97, than any other businesses served by that of“ce location, according to numbers FDEO provided to the Sun CareerSource has been a great partner to us at PGT Custom Windows + Doors,Ž said PGT Director of Human Resources Alicia Larkins. They have consistently helped us “nd quali“ed, skilled candidates whose personal values align with our corporate culture. Our partners at CareerSource took the time up front to really understand our companys business, position requirements and culture so they could ensure they were connecting us with the right candidates for the right job.Ž In the past two “scal years, the two CareerSource boards serving seven counties including Charlotte and Sarasota received nearly $39 million combined in funding through FDEO to help businesses acquire staff and assist with workforce development to improve economic development throughout the area. In that time, the two CareerSource boards claimed a total of 10,889 job placements. DEO does not have any reason to believe that CareerSource Suncoast or CareerSource Southwest Florida has misreported job placements,Ž Vause said recently. However, DEO will be reviewing policies at all local workforce boards across the state and putting additional safeguards into place.Ž A large share of placements overall for both of the areas job placement boards involved agricultural companies. For example, over the past couple of years, just two of those companies „ Gargiulo Inc. and LFC Agricultural Service „ received about 40 percent of CareerSource Southwest Florida placements. And 77 percent of CareerSource Suncoast placements over the past couple of years also involved two agricultural companies „ Paci“c Tomato and G&D farms. During that time, UPS received hundreds of placements from the Port Charlotte of“ce. CareerSource Southwest Florida board and Port Charlotte of“ce itself claimed over three dozen placements, FDOE numbers show. Vause said some boards operate a summer youth program where people are placed in jobs that interest them, but technically they are employees managed by and paid by CareerSource workforce boards. Vause said the boards are allowed to count those as their own placements. Not all of the states 24 workforce boards have that program operating at the same degree. Gettel Automotive Group of Punta Gorda last year received 16 placements through the CareerSource Southwest Local businesses cite benefits of CareerSourceBy ANDREA PRAEGITZERSTAFF WRITER TOP CAREERSOURCE JOB PLACEMENTS, 2016 AND 2017 Port Charlotte office: *(3 or more positions) Adecco, 15 Becerra Construction, 4 Bestpro Team, 5 Charlotte County Clerk Courts, 9 Cheney Brothers, 5 D&D Awnings, 4 Euro Wall System, 5 Southern Building Service, 11 ISS Action, PG Airport, 9 Olameter, 3 People Ready, 15 Sams Club Port Charlotte, 8 SWFL Workforce Development Board/CareerSource SWFL-Port Charlotte, 40 United Parcel Service, 217 Walmart-Murdock, 26 AARP, 10 Alternative Homemaking With a Heart, 3 Amberjack Sanitation, 3 Best Buy, Port Charlotte, 4 Bestpro Team, 3 Casadys Goodfellas Moving, 5 Express Pros, 9 Frontrow, 4 Gettel Automotive Punta Gorda, 16 Hiring 4 You, 7 Manpower, 19 Olameter, 5 World Wide Flight Services, 3 Zaxbys, 11 Top CareerSource job placements, 2016 and 2017 North Port Office: *(3 or more positions) Inside Out Solutions, 3 PGT Industries, 97 „ SOURCE: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity TOP CAREERSOURCE SWFL JOB PLACEMENTS, 2016 AND 2017CareerSource Southwest Florida: *(20 or more placements) ABT Srbi, Inc., 47 C&B Farms, 154 Caloosa Transport, 99 Edible Arrangements, 50 Garguilo, 1,921 Southern Building Service, 23 J & J Ag Products, 137 J & J Sugar Harvesters, 79 Lady Moon Farm, 478 LFC Agricultural Service, 1,711 Mancan, 37 Marshalls, 45 Michaels, 25 Pacific Tomato Growers, 625 Pilot Travel Centers, 20 Rouge River Farms, 614 Santa Sweet Inc, 383 Southwest Florida Workforce Development Board (dba CareerSource SWFL), 206 Sugarland Harvesting, 56 Swiss Port USA, 166 United Parcel Service/UPS 498 US Sugar, 146 Walmart Neighborhood Market, 33 Malmart-Murdock, 26 CareerSource SWFL locations, 172 Home Shopping Network, 25 Manpower, 21 Quality Labor Management, 174 Waffle House, 166 WAWA, 26 Top CareerSource Suncoast job placements, 2016 and 2017 *(20 or more placements) Bealls distribution, 25 G & D Farms, 538 JRL Ventures, 38 Envera Systems, 22 G G Schmitt and Sons, 48 Gettel Hyandai of Lakewood, 28 Pacific Tomato, 771 PGT Industries, 97 „ SOURCE: Florida Department of Economic OpportunityLOCAL | 3LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS 941-208-5931 € 960 S. 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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 3 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSA Port Charlotte man accused of stabbing another man outside the All-Star Sports Bar last July had the aggravated battery with a deadly weapon charge dismissed after Circuit Judge Donald Mason ruled in favor of a stand your ground motion earlier this week. Kenneth Tyrone Glenn, also known as Hollywood,Ž claimed when the victim came at him with a knife, he simply defended himself. The incident occurred on July 17, 2017. The victim told investigators he had dropped $300 to $400 out of his pocket while playing pool a few days prior, and he believed it had been picked up and stolen by Glenn. He confronted Glenn at the bar, and the two got into an argument. Glenn told investigators he went outside to get away from the victim, not wanting any problems, but when he was sitting on a bench smoking a cigarette, the victim came up and got in his face,Ž eventually pulling a knife on him. You dont let no dude walk up on you with no knife in his hand,Ž Glenn said in an interview with detectives. Man, you grab it. You wrassle. Whatever. All I know is I battered nobody.Ž In the “ght over the knife, the victim received minor lacerations. He was treated at Fawcett Memorial Hospital and released in a matter of hours, after having some cuts sutured. Public Defender Toby Oonk stated in a stand your ground motion the facts of the incident establish a case for self defense. He (the victim) came after Glenn brandishing a knife,Ž Oonk wrote. Glenn defended himself in a wrestling match for the weapon, and ran off when he could.Ž Last year, the state legislature enacted the new Stand Your Ground law, which shifts the burden of proof in self-defense cases from the defense to the state. The state must show by a clear and convincing standardŽ the defendant was not acting in selfdefense in order to overcome protections of immunity. Judge Donald Mason ruled the state had not met their burden of proof by clear and convincing evidence to overcome immunity from criminal prosecution based on a claim of self-defense. The evidence presented by the State was not clear, nor did it leave this Court without hesitation about the matter in issue.Ž The charge was dismissed with the granting of the Stand Your Ground motion. However, Glenn remains in jail on drug charges for contraband found when he was booked into the jail. A jury trial is scheduled for March 12.Email: aeasker@sun-herald.com Stabbing outside bar dismissed as self defenseBy ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITER BOGLEHerman Joseph laughed for at least 10 seconds before answering whether he trusts his best friend Jaime Sepulveda. No, I dont,Ž he said “nally. On the stand Friday, testifying during a hearing on a case in which Sepulveda accused local defense attorney Tauna Bogle of asking him to commit perjury, Joseph described Sepulveda as the head honchoŽ of con“dential informants for the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce Narcotics Unit. Sepulveda takes the opportunities he sees, Joseph said, and he believes Sepulveda frequently lies. Last April, Sepulveda called the CCSO Narcotics Unit to say Bogle had visited him at the jail and requested he commit a crime by perjuring himself to bene“t her client, Benjamin Porter. Sepulveda was the con“dential informant on Porters narcotics sale case. According to Sepulveda, Porters family offered to pay him $2,500 to recant his statements. Members of the Narcotics Unit took an initial statement from Sepulveda and reviewed jail phone calls before turning the case over to the Major Crimes Unit. When a detective met with Sepulveda on May 3, 2017, he provided kytesŽ or contraband notes he said he received from Porter supporting his statement. Bogles attorney Mark De Sisto has “led numerous motions to dismiss the case, calling into question the truthfulness of Sepulvedas claims as well as the integrity of the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce and the State Attorneys Of“ce. Nicholas McMillen, an inmate housed in the same pod as Sepulveda at the time, identified a note Sepulveda gave to law enforcement as evidence as his own handwriting. Sepulveda said the letter was from Benjamin Porter, but McMillen testified Friday that Sepulveda asked him to copy the letter for him because Sepulveda had poor handwriting. He agreed because Sepulveda had bought commissary items for him. The note, which is signed BŽ and has the initials JOSŽ at the top indicates Sepulveda should meet with TBŽ after his release to discuss the details of their agreement and his reward. McMillen said Sepulveda told him the letter was to a member of Sepulvedas family, and he didnt question it. James Bailey, another former jail inmate, said he passed messages between Sepulveda and Porter for two to three weeks prior to Bogles arrest. Bailey was housed in the same pod as Porter but cleaned Sepulvedas pod in the evenings. According to Bailey, Sepulveda pressed Porter for Bogles number, wanting to meet with her and help Porter out because he felt bad for setting up his arrest. Bailey identi“ed two notes in his handwriting. One contained the name of Bogles law “rm and her phone number, and the second contained his own information for Sepulveda to bond him out of jail when he was released. Sepulveda never did so, which prosecutor Alyssa Wolf suggested may be a motive for Bailey to testify against Sepulveda now. Bogles former client Benjamin Porter said he was shocked when he learned Bogle was arrested. Porter said his parents are very Christian peopleŽ who would never bribe Sepulveda for testimony. Porter said he always writes in capital letters, not like the incriminating note written in cursive. He believes the $2,500 Sepulveda claimed was offered to him was a number fed to him by jail detective Kevin Estrada, based on a phone call Porter had with his mother, asking whether she had paid Bogle the $2,500 agreed to if his case went to trial. Soon after providing the tip about Bogle to the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce, Sepulvedas own case was resolved in a plea deal. His felony burglary with assault or battery charge was altered to misdemeanor trespassing, and he was sentenced to credit for time served. Sepulvedas attorney Pine Price said Friday the sentence was reasonable in his opinion and was what hed been pushing for from the start. He considered the states case weak, involving Sepulveda reaching through a car window to strike someone, not a more serious home invasion. However, it was after receiving a call from the jail about a postcardŽ Sepulveda was in possession of that Price got an email from the prosecution about discussing a plea deal. Price met with two assistant state attorneys who wanted to be sure Sepulveda would cooperate on the Bogle case. They wanted to make sure my client would be willing to play ball,Ž Price said. No formal agreement as to Sepulvedas cooperation was made, though Price indicated Sepulveda had cooperated in the past and would continue to do so. The Friday hearing was suspended for a later date, as several defense witnesses remain in addition to arguments from both the state and defense. Bogle is currently scheduled to go to trial the week of March 26. De Sisto said Friday he will be requesting a non-jury trial.Email: aeasker@sun-herald.com Defense attorney asks for dismissal of perjury caseBy ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITER Florida of“ce in Port Charlotte, according to the numbers from FDEO. Theyre primarily technicians,Ž said Sherri George, Gettels director of public relations, who did not have a count of placements from CareerSource. We use their services (CareerSource of Southwest Florida) and theyre very easy to work with.Ž George said the local CareerSource of“ce in Port Charlotte is a great partner for employment, and she said the company usually starts with CareerSource when they have hiring needs. They do a great job screening,Ž she said. Charlotte County Clerk of Courts has also received nine job placements through the Port Charlotte CareerSource of Southwest Florida of“ce, according to the numbers from FDEO. The clerks of“ce could not con“rm those placements, though, as it doesnt track that information, according to Chief Information Of“cer David Lane.Email: Apraegitzer@sun-herald.comLOCALFROM PAGE 2 Boca pier closed in MarchCharlotte Countys Boca Grande Fishing Pier, 5810 Gasparilla Road, Placida, will closes until March 30 to undergo a hand-rail and side-rail replacement. During the renovation, visit the Placida Fishing Pier, 13120 Pier Road, Englewood. For information, contact Brenda Sisk at 941-833-3824 or Brenda.Sisk@ CharlotteCountyFL.gov.Sugarland tributeVocalist Kimberly Betts celebrates the best music of Sugarland with her seven-piece live band at 7:30 p.m. today at the Englewood Elks Lodge, 401 N Indiana Ave. Kim is the daughter of legendary Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts. 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Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 FROM PAGE ONE challenge Gonzalez in the District 17 Congressional race. For the last “ve years, Steube has been working to craft legislation that would provide school districts greater freedom to allow faculty with concealed weapons permits to carry on campus. He said children are our most precious resource.Ž The session will end Friday. The chambers are working out the details of a $87 billion budget that calls for a $100-perstudent increase in public school funding, including an expanded Medicaid program, more money for state colleges and hurricanerelated improvements. Heres a look at some of the biggest issues:GUN REFORMFor the third time in less than two weeks Tuesday, lawmakers in both chambers voted down an assault-style weapons ban, a move that came days after a deadly shooting at the Parkland high school. Students and families drove hundreds miles to demonstrate at the capital building, pressuring policymakers to ban assault weapons and remove the school marshalŽ program, which proposes to arm teachers that have concealed carry permits. While a ban on assault weapons, including AR-15-style ri”es, failed, lawmakers in both chambers pushed along a measure to impose restrictions on some gun sales and initiate the marshal program. I dont believe a ban on assault weapons will make a difference at all,Ž said Gonzalez, noting he spoke with two parents of students at Marjory Stoneman via phone following the tragedy. Seen as contentious by many, the $67 million marshal program is a component of a House bill that seeks to impose a three-day waiting period for gun purchases, raises the age to buy any gun from 18 to 21 and provides authorities more control in seizing weapons from those viewed as threats. The measure would also place a ban on the sale of bump stocks,Ž a gun accessory that enables semi-automatic ri”es to “re at a capacity similar to an automatic weapon. The bill calls for 10 marshals „ faculty trained to carry a gun „ in every school, equaling 37,000 statewide. The state would foot the costs of drug testing, 132 hours of training, psychological exams, background checks and a $500 stipend for those who volunteer. We need trained individuals in schools to protect our children,Ž Steube said. Whatever restrictions you want to place on it, place on it. But we need to protect our children.Ž Going one step further, the measure seeks $400 million in spending to place a school resource of“cer in each school, as well as improve mental health counseling and increase facility safety. Many Democrats claim the bill doesnt go far enough, stopping short of including background checks on private gun sales. Some Republicans, though, argue the bill is an infringement on the Second Amendment. Weve got to give the cops and courts the ability to con“scate guns and evaluate mental health,Ž Gonzalez said. Agreeing with most parts of the program, Gonzalez doesnt think the age to buy a gun should be raised to 21. Just because one guy did it, we then have to take away everyones statutory rights?Ž he said. While the marshal measure rages on, Steube „ the Senate Judiciary Chair „ pumped the brakes on another his committee was set to hear. The bill would have allowed school districts to designate concealed weapons permit-holders to pack guns on school grounds. A group, Run for Something „ which advocates for progressive candidates at the local and state level „ ran a full-page advertisement in a recent Sunday edition of South Florida Sun-Sentinel, calling out 25 NRA-backed state legislators running unopposed for re-election in November. The ad reads, Hold them accountable. Run against them. We will help you.Ž Making the list is Gonzalez and Michael Grant, R-Port Charlotte. Scott and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio both received an A-plus grade from the NRA. According to the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence „ a gun control group „ Florida is one of 25 states that receive an FŽ rating. Grant could not be reached for comment. DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BILLOne of the more unique bills of the session is still going strong, seeking more daylight for the Sunshine State. The Sunshine Protection ActŽ „ introduced in the Senate by Steube „ is working its way through committee after stalling brie”y as the Legislature turned its attention to gun reform. The measure passed the House, 103-11. The proposed bills (SB 858, HB 1013) seeks to make it daylight saving time yearround, putting an end to the twice-annual routine of springing forward or falling back an hour. In its original version, Steube suggested the entire state subscribe to Eastern time zone, a component dismissed by residents in the Panhandle, which is in Central standard time. A late provision, though, removes that language. If signed into law, the state would spring forward once more „ in March. Congress would need to amend existing federal law to OK the change. TREE BILL NEARLY CUT DOWNLocal governments and environmental groups came close to cutting down a bill (SB 574) that „ in its original version „ would reshuf”e the ability of cities and counties to create protections for trees. This created preemptions concerns, particularly from the government group, Florida League of Cities, and the environmental organization, 1,000 Friends of Florida. Facing backlash, Steube, who introduced the bill, amended the measure, adding provisions that stop short of erasing local governments control to enact tree regulations. That said, cities and counties would be responsible to cover costs of restoring power if a tree policy posed a threat to utility companies. A few years ago, Steube said he was stunned to learn he needed tree permits when building an in-law suite on his “ve-acre property in Sarasota County. He later called the process a violation of private property owners rights. The bill narrowly cleared the Senate Community Affairs Committee, 3-2, and may not get heard again, Steube said. Some bills will die because of more important issues,Ž Steube said.VACATION RENTAL MEASURE DEAD?Another contentious bill that seeks to preempt local government control may be dead for the 2018 Legislative session, News Service of Florida reported Wednesday. The measure (SB 1400) „ also sponsored by Steube „ would preempt cities and counties from regulating vacation rentals, shifting the power to the state. A similar House bill (HB 773) „ which also stalled „ called for a uniform application of local laws for vacation rentals, including Airbnb and HomeAway. State lawmakers were seeking to protect the economic benefit of the rentals while protecting the rights of the owners. Some felt local laws didnt go far enough to safeguard peoples houses, pointing to noise, cleanliness and, potential, decrease in property value as reasons. Steube, according to News Service of Florida, met with Senate Appropriations Chairman Rob Bradley, R-Fleming Island, about bringing up the bill during the last Senate Appropriations Committee meeting, but the committee had limited time. Many committees have pivoted this session to devote more time to focus on legislation relating to guns and school safety. Gonzalez said the bill infringed on property owners rights.Ž I understand a problem needs addressed, but we cant do it by putting the weight of the state on someones property. There needs to be a more manageable solution,Ž he said.Email: jscholles@sun-herald.com SESSIONFROM PAGE 1 people I serve,Ž said Gonzalez, 53, an orthopedic surgeon and U.S. Navy veteran, who also holds a law degree. Ive been supremely fortunate to represent the people of Southwest Florida, and this has opened an invaluable opportunity,Ž Gonzalez added, via a phone conversation. My entrance into the public arena is nothing that I would characterize as something I needed to do. This is a sacri“ce; something I wanted to do for myself and my country.Ž Gonzalez and Steube, 39, will be challenged by Punta Gorda Republican John Sawyer, who recently announced his bid for Congress. Flipping channels on the nightly news and reading the pages of the daily newspaper, John Sawyer says he getting madder and madderŽ with whats going on Washington, D.C. The ignoramus were putting in of“ce, and the people that are actually causing all the problems are looking for reelection. The same old lawyers, went to college, joined a campaign and never held a real job; never worked labor before they got elected,Ž said Sawyer, an outspoken conservative whose message resonates with blue collar America „ more jobs, less government. Sitting in an editorial conference room at the Sun Sawyers hunter green polo says it all: Sawyer 4 Congress.Ž The 75-year-old Punta Gorda resident also ran two years ago, but was beaten badly by Rooney „ receiving just 4 percent of the vote. This time around, though, Rooney wont be around to stand in the way. Republican Bill Akins, Port Charlotte, and Democrats April Freeman, Cape Coral, and William Pollard Jr., Avon Park, are also running for Congress in District 17. A vast region, District 17 includes Sarasota, Charlotte, DeSoto, Glades, Hardee, Highlands, Lee, Okeechobee and Polk counties. Once a left-leaning region, redistricting shifted the political landscape following the 2010 Census. Since then, though, the district has become a GOP stronghold, as Mitt Romney and Trump easily won in the past two presidential elections. The district has 205,181 Republican voters, 148,641 Democrats and 109,669 with no party af“liation. A two-term State Rep., Gonzalez „ a Constitutional conservative „ handily beat his political challengers in both 2014 and 2016. Two years ago, he walloped Democrat Manny Lopez by receiving over 62 percent of the electorate. I want to stay true to the people. Its the same algorithm; same process,Ž Gonzalez said. Do I have something unique and positive to offer? The answer is, yes.Ž A businessman and entrepreneur, Sawyer has little political experience. He unsuccessfully ran for Lee County Commission as an independent once before. That said, hes capitalizing on skill sets gained in the workforce. Working in the public and private sector, Sawyer was the regional vice president for a Fortune 500 company and opened 27 retail stores in four states and Germany. Its about time we sent someone up there that has the experience and the drive to do something for the people,Ž Sawyer said. For the last 10 years, we had a Congressman that didnt even live in the district. He hardly comes and visits; doesnt do anything. People just want someone to come and sit down, talk to them and hear their problems.Ž A Vietnam combat veteran, Sawyers website is cluttered with issues facing the nation and how he proposes to change things. Whittling the list down, Sawyer said protecting the Second Amendment, the economy, education and immigration highlight his platform as he gears up his campaign. The following are Sawyers thoughts on some of those issues: € Economy: In looking at President Donald Trumps recent tax plan, Sawyer suggests the measure doesnt go far enough in cutting corporate tax. Instead of cutting corporate taxes to 20 percent, Sawyer proposes slashing them to zero percent. The personal income tax contributions by a fully-employed, and better-paid middle class,Ž he said, along with an incumbent decrease in entitlement payouts, will more than offset any loss of revenue.Ž € School Safety: You want to make schools safe, get the federal government out of there. For $100 you can put a padlock on the Department of Education. Close it and bring the school system back under local authority. ... Its easy to protect schools.Ž € Gun reform and mental illness: Sawyer „ whose son, John, suffers from a mental illness „ supports peoples Second Amendments rights, adding, Mentally ill people shouldnt have guns.Ž Sawyer said his son legally obtained a gun in Miami-Dade County. The NRA has to come down on the side of doing something about this. The NRA, and Steube, have taken a solid position. But you cant allow this to happen.Ž Gonzalez stands for the strict interpretation of the Constitution and protection of Americans liberties. The following are some of his signature views: € Healthcare: As a physician, Gonzalez is big on this issue. He said the number of physicians serving in Congress has dwindled,Ž adding they offer incredible insight.Ž He aims to reduce government interference to allow doctors more freedom to design a treatment plan with their patients. € Second Amendment: Ill make every effort to address gun ownership rights,Ž Gonzalez said. He does not support a ban on assault-style weapons or raising the age to buy guns from 18 to 21. € Religion: A Catholic, Gonzalez said he wants to protect all faiths and allow each to practice their beliefs in public „ as the Framers intended. This error has made a serious error in drifting away from public worship.Ž € Taxes: Discussing U.S. spending policies, Gonzalez said, Every dollar is a percent of liberty that is being removed from you.ŽEmail: jscholles@sun-herald.com CONGRESSFROM PAGE 1Theres no question its going to affect pricing, to what degree and how fast, is yet to be determined,Ž Burke said. Ive got customers already calling in a panic.Ž Aluminum is a common sight in the area, framing pool enclosures and lanais, for example, to gates, boat trailers and t-tops. Though an intention with the tariffs may be to put the American manufacturing sector on a more even playing “eld with other countries, Burke and Greulich said it could impact what everyday consumers pay. From buying a lawnmower to a pressure washer, or a recreational vehicle „ they all have metal in them, said Burke. It will impact the end cost of it,Ž he added. U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC Friday during a televised interview that the tariffs will have only a limited impact on prices. All this hysteria is a lot to do about nothing,Ž said Ross said on the program.Email: Apraegitzer@sun-herald.com TARIFFSFROM PAGE 1 Genealogy Society meetingThe Southwest Florida Genealogy Society will hold their meeting at 10:30 a.m. to noon today at the Mid-County Library, Room C, 2050 Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte. The program Connecting the Changing Face of the Germanic LandsŽ will be presented by Joanne Daerr Ryder. For more information, call 941-475-1419.NARFE scheduled meetingNational Active and Retired Federal Employees Chapter 2194, Peace River, will meet on Tuesday, March 6, at the Elks Lodge 2606, 25538 Shore Drive, Punta Gorda. Lunch can be ordered from the menu at 11 a.m. with the speaker following at noon. This months speaker is Valerie Miller from Bayfront Health discussing How to Spot a Stroke Fast.Ž This meeting is open to all Active and Retired Federal Employees and Survivor Annuitants. For more information, call 571-259-4280.Mysteries of Migration LectureJoin Florida Master Naturalist Kate Borduas at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 7, as she discusses, The Mysteries of Migration,Ž at Bayshore Live Oak Park, 23157 Bayshore Road, Port Charlotte. Kate will focus on the fall and spring migration of birds that we see here in Florida and she will explain how and why birds are able to make these epic journeys. This program is presented by Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center. For more information and registration for this free program, call 941-475-0769.AAUW meeting scheduledThe Punta Gorda/Port Charlotte Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will meet at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 8, at the Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club, 4400 Lister St., Port Charlotte. Kelly Gaylord, President of the Punta Gorda Mural Society will present information on the most recent murals that have been completed or are in the planning stages. To learn more contact Cheryl Green at 941-347-8040. To make reservations for the meetings optional lunch, call Janice Kearns, 941-235-0151, by Sunday, March 4. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 FROM PAGE ONE room, drills should be run during lunches and recess when kids are moving around the school to create a morerealistic setting. Andreas said discussions have begun, but despite this there is no easy solution to safety and security. € € €Sarasota County School Board member Eric Robinson and board Vice Chair Jane Goodwin echoed the same sentiments. Goodwin, a legislative committee chair of the Florida School Board Association, said this has been a topic of discussion for her and other members. In a recent letter “led to Florida State Senate Chair Joe Negron by the FSBA legislative chair April Grif“n, who is the vice chair of the Alachua County School Board, said that not all solutions will “t all counties. Robinson said a school in Miami-Dade County will have different needs than a school in Sarasota or anywhere else for that matter. Its a knee-jerk reaction and we should do more planning,Ž Robinson said. Robinsons fear hardening of schools and other requirements will affect the capital budget and other projects. At a recent School Board meeting, the board wasnt sure if it should vote for a grant proposal because of funding. Robinson said even if they get the grant for new programs at Suncoast Technical College in North Port, they may have to decline because of all the work that needs to be done. There is also the fact that there were cuts to the school safety allocation budget for the state. Once safe schools funding is decided, Robinson would like to see more hardening of schools. He said Heron Creek Middle School is a good example of what all schools should be with fences, single point entries and a security presence. Goodwin wants a clear de“nition of what needs to be done from the state government to make sure the district is following the correct protocol. During Januarys Convocation of Governments, one of the points discussed was making North Port schools, speci“cally North Port High School, more secure with single-point entries and addressing open campuses. I think there needs to be a directive,Ž Robinson said. Robinson wants to work with Sarasota County Sheriff Tom Knight to have a professional law enforcement opinion on the subject.€ € €Despite the lack of answers, both Goodwin and Robinson agree while Scott is going in the right direction, guns are not the answer. Since the shooting at Stoneman, there has been a call to have armed teachers on campus. Im against teachers carrying guns. They have too much to do,Ž Goodwin said. Robinson said he would rather see more armed school resource of“cers, and seeing an of“cer sitting outside to deter violence. The governor would like an SRO for every 1,000, and that needs to be answer,Ž she said. Goodwin also said shed like to see the sheriffs office and the district work with retired law enforcement to provide an added barrier of protection. All of the district of“cials agree that there is no single solution to the problem, but the No. 1 priority is the safety and security of students. I am hoping everyone comes together,Ž Goodwin said. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.com What is safe schools allocation?For the 2016-2017 school year the state provided $64,456,019 for safe schools, with $62,660 going to each of the 67 school districts to fund their safe school initiatives, according to the Florida Department of Education. Safe Schools allocation funds middle school afterschool programs, middle and high school programs to correct specific discipline, suicide prevention programs, bullying and hazing prevention, alternative school programs, school resource officers, and detection dogs. Its up to school districts to decide how money from safe schools will be spent. Goodwin said that allocation has been made for the school safety budget, but there is no definite number yet. According to Goodwin, the schools wont know what will be funded this year as there is still another two weeks in the legislative session. Though Goodwin says she doesnt like the idea of dogs on school campuses and wouldnt advocate for that being added to safety and security. Are officers the answer? The school resource officer who was at Marjory Stoneman Douglas had never encountered the shooter and didnt enter the building during the shooting. In his proposal Scott called for one resource officer for every 1,000 students in a school, the size of the campus should be a factor in determining the staffing levels. Robinson agreed that having SROs on campus would deter anyone looking to do harm, but he worries about the officers. The SRO in Broward froze and that didnt solve the problem,Ž he said. Its not only the officers, but also how the district plans to pay for them. While it is part of the safe schools allocation, Goodwin explained that the district has had a partnership with the sheriffs office and the police departments to pay for SROs. After there were cuts to the school allocation funds, Sarasota County Schools partnered with law enforcement to make sure there were SROs on campus. In January, the city of North Port asked for additional officers for the schools, and just recently the city of Venice approved to fund more SROs at the schools in the city. The police departments have been great in helping pay half of it,Ž Goodwin said. Threats The Parkland shooting came two weeks after North Port High received a bomb and shooting threat. Both of the threats in North Port and another in Sarasota at Riverview High School were either contained or found to not be credible. Both gun threats had a similar delivery via the social media application Snapchat, which allows the user to snap a photo or video which lasts up to 10 seconds. Andreas and the district are noticing a climb in threats via Snapchat and are working hard to combat it. In every case, the district and law enforcement will respond to the threat by sending officers to the home to investigate. Since the shooting in Parkland, there has been more hoax threats in Sarasota County schools. Though none have prompted a lockdown, it still takes away resources from officials, Robinson said. The district on Friday Feb. 23 had received five tips. None were credible, but they still scared parents and students. Hundreds of parents are scared,Ž he said. Despite the hysteria this is creating, Robinson doesnt want kids to go to jail. Scott called for enhanced criminal penalties for making threats via online channels, and this worries Robinson. Hes afraid of kids getting locked up, and feels there is another way to address this. SCHOOLSFROM PAGE 1SARASOTA „ To Sarasota County Commissioner Mike Moran, the Economic Development Corporation of Sarasota County has one mission „ and that mission does not include political activity. During this past Tuesdays County Commission meeting, Moran raised the issue during his report to the full board. In preparing for his “rst meeting as the commissions representative to the EDC board, Moran said he had read the minutes of the boards preceding meeting. He said he was astonished to learn the board had approved a $5,000 donation to Citizens for Better Schools, a political action committee supporting a referendum to extend a local option property tax for the school system. Registered voters in the county will decide the issue March 20. Let me say Im in full support of the school referendum,Ž Moran said at the beginning of his report. My real issue is with the EDC giving taxpayer dollars to a political entity.Ž Commission Chairwoman Nancy Detert had a slightly different view, saying that educating students led to an educated workforce, which is critical to the EDCs mission. Commissioner Paul Caragiulo, who entered an extended discussion with Moran, saw the issue both ways, but added it was a legitimate question for discussion. He added as well that issues were different than supporting political candidates. Ive been very centric on making the EDC focus on its mission,Ž Moran said. There are other forums to push political issues. My opinion is the EDC isnt one of them.Ž Commissioner Alan Maio suggested that the county develop a policy for the future to prevent groups from using taxpayer funds for political purposes. I think thats the least we could ask of these “ne folks that take our money,Ž Maio said. Finally asked for his opinion, County Attorney Steve DeMarsh pointed out that the EDC is a separate entity that contracts with the county, but that a provision suggested by Maio could be included in future agreements. Then he pointed to the other side of the question commissioners hadnt raised of an agency supporting a position contrary to the commissions position. Commissioners did not address that question to any degree. Maybe this is something to look at at contract time,Ž Commissioner Charles Hines said. Theres a difference between education and advocacy, but Im not ready to vote on this today.Ž While commissioners did not take action, Moran later said he was happy that the discussion had occurred. He added that hed run into the issue before during his service on a previous public board and had some language that he would propose at a later date to address the problem he saw from the EDC activity. Email: jondaltonwr@gmail.comCommissioner questions education, economy connectionBy WARREN RICHARDSONSUN CORRESPONDENTLet me say Im in full support of the school referendum... My real issue is with the EDC giving taxpayer dollars to a political entity.Ž „ Sarasota County Commissioner Mike Moran SARASOTA COUNTY adno=50531502

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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters will be edited to length as well as for grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name „ not initials. An address and telephone number must be included. The phone number and address are not for publication, but must be provided. Due to the number of letters received, we are able to run only one letter per person per month. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse, and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. The newspaper takes no responsibility for the content of these letters. Please send or bring correspondence to the Sun Letters to the Editor, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. Readers may email Letters to the Editor at letters@sun-herald.com. Further questions or information, call 941-681-3003. HOW TO SUBMIT A LETTER TO THE EDITOREmail letters to letters@sun-herald.comPublisher „ Glen Nickerson Executive editor „ Jim Gouvellis Editorial page editor „ Stephen Baumann Commentary Editor „ John Hackworth V IEWPOINTParkland not fault of NRA, lack of laws Clearly dene sport, tactical guns Obamacare to blame for high care costs We must act to stop gun violenceLots of US paper mill jobs are being lostEditor: Another tragedy and immediate attacks on gun rights and the NRA. Check out past perpetrators, most were from liberal, democratic families. Not one was a NRA member. The answer is always more laws, yet in cities like Chicago and Baltimore where they have strict gun laws, over 300 murders per year are occurring. Laws never deter criminals or prevent them from getting guns. Law enforcement agencies failed in the case of Cruz. They had been to his house 39 times. The FBI had warnings they didnt follow up on. Local students were alarmed by his violent gun rant posts on social media. He had been kicked out of Stoneman Douglas and sent to Cross Creek, a high school for violent students where teachers have guards in the classroom. He was kicked out of Cross Creek. So why didnt an agency Baker Act him? Why wasnt any of this in his record so he could not pass a background check to purchase a ri”e? Now we know of at least one deputy that stayed outside, not engaging Cruz, but there are rumors of maybe three more armed deputies on campus as well. A lot of failures, and not one of them the fault of the NRA or a lack of gun laws I can remember when anyone could order a gun from a Sears catalog and have it delivered. What has happened to our society that so many young people have no empathy or moral regard toward fellow citizens?Jim Crawley Punta GordaEditor: Everybody agrees kids should not play with guns. Beyond that imperative we get confused. Legislatures have mixed alliances and do not act. Special interests are so one sided (either way) neither can make a rational choice. Nor has letting everyone make a wise gun choice worked out all that well either. Who can best decide the difference between recreational arms and military weapons? The gun manufacturers together can draw the line and say an AR-15 with a “xed “ve-shot magazine is a sport ri”e and an AR-15 with interchangeable 20-shot clips is a tactical weapon. A semiautomatic pistol with a six-shot capacity is sport and one with an extended 16-shot clip is tactical. Manufacturers can best decide how to de“ne arms if seller and maker are held responsible for the use of their products. Then, once the decision is made by the manufacturers, the Legislature can ban tactical weapons from gun stores who must only sell sporting and recreational arms. When someone comes up with a modi“cation to convert a sporting gun to a tactical weapon who should be held responsible? The manufacturers who create the accessory, the gun maker, who must insure their sporting guns cannot be altered and the seller. This will not stop a bad person from attacking a school with a six-gun, but it will reduce the carnage and pin the tail on the donkey.David Johnson Punta GordaEditor: I took my wife on Jan. 5 to an emergency facility to have her right knee X-rayed. I just got the bill; that X-ray cost was $599. So I called the billing department and I asked was I billed for a MRI or a X-ray. She informed me it was a X-ray and the price was the cheapest in your area. In 2017, I was in the hospital two times. In February 2017, I was in for pneumonia and congestive heart failure for a four-day stay. Then Nov. 5, 2017, I went in for congestive heart failure and to replace my pacemaker and put in the third lead to the heart, another four-day stay. Now comes the bad news: The total cost for those two stays was $199,000. Thank you, Obamacare. Now lets go back several years when Obama “rst introduced his health care to Congress. It passed in the House but it failed in the Senate by six votes. So what did Obama do? He called those six senators who voted noŽ to the White House and he bribed each senator for their state big perks to change their vote to yes.Ž So now those six senators changed their vote to yesŽ and our health care is Obamacare. So these six bribes were paid by the U.S. Treasury Department. The bottom line is you and I paid for these bribes. So Im calling on the Democrats and Republicans to get off their duffs and get rid of this felony called Obamacare.Dick Lohmann North PortEditor; It is clear that thoughts and prayersŽ arent enough, that action is required after the Stoneman Douglas High School shootings. This was the 18th school shooting in 2018. What can you do? One student in Charlotte County is making bracelets for all of the students. Women, ages 12 and up, members of the Venice congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay Saints are sending quilts along with cards and letters to the families of Alaina Petty, who was killed, and Maddy Wilford, severely injured, and members of their church. It is easy to send a letter or card of support to Stoneman Douglas High, 5901 NW Pine Island Rd., Parkland, FL 33076. It is also important that you let your elected of“cials know your stance by emailing them and remembering their views when you vote. Governor Scott and many legislators have enacted more pro-gun legislation over the last seven years while educators have only received one pay raise. Over $3 million have been contributed to Senator Rubios campaigns by the NRA, the most of any senator. Surveys show the large majority of the population wants stricter background checks and a ban on automatic assault weapons, yet the of“cials wont discuss this, and they dont vote the will of the public because these politicians are beholden to the NRA and gun manufacturers. Teachers dont need to be responsible for handling guns. Only you can in”uence your part of the world by acting. Diane Hale Port CharlotteEditor: I read the letter referring to the BS spewed by David Dunn-Rankin about the NORPAC paper mill anti-dumping complaint. DunnRankin complained how it was going to cost the newspaper industryŽ $1.5 million per saved job. Interestingly, he only mentioned the 400 jobs still at stake in this one mill, not those jobs listed below that have already been lost. Kimberly-Clark closed its Cold Springs facility in Fox Crossing, laying off 500 men and women. And then its Nonwovens factory in Neenah, Wisc., costing another 100 workers their jobs. In 2016, Graphic Packaging closed its Menasha factory, putting 228 workers on the street. Last September, Appleton Coated closed in a bankruptcy, rendering 600 out of work. In October, another paper company, Appvion, also in the town of Appleton, “led for bankruptcy and laid off 200 workers. Also in October, U.S. Paper Converters, another Fox Valley paper company, announced it would close its factory in Grand Chute, eliminating 52 jobs. In 2016, another Neenah mill, Clearwater Paper, silenced two paper machines and laid off 85 workers. Wisconsin alone has lost more than 17,000 paper mill positions as 34 paper factories closed. And now KimberlyClark announced earlier this month that the corporation would be closing another 10 factories and dumping as many as another 5,500 workers. But thats progress, and the cost of a few thousand American jobs is a small price to pay for Dunn-Rankin to be able to keep his cost down and his profits up.Don Ham Port CharlotteLet’s get rolling in Punta GordaOUR POSITION: Pedal and Play has grown on us over the years. Team Punta Gordas Pedal and Play in Paradise, a bicycle extravaganza to be held this year March 9 and March 10 at Laishley Park, is a bike riders dream. It accommodates all levels of skill and stamina. Balance is your problem. Feel like going for a bracing 62-mile ride? Pedal and Play offers it. Feel like just ambling around Punta Gorda with City Manager Howard Kunik as your guide? Pedal and Play offers that. Feel like taking a low-impact Mystery Ride to unknown destinations? That sits in Pedal and Plays basket too. There so much to like. Its well attended and well run. It draws from all over the place. Theres a social aspect to it. The City Managers Tour includes a post-ride social hour. Theres food, entertainment, yoga, free massages and ice cream. Theres free T-shirts. Theres free beer. Theres an outreach aspect to it. Proceeds go to support Team Punta Gordas bicycle-friendly initiatives and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Eight grand was raised last year. Pedal and Play,Ž Kunik said, is a signi“cant and premier event in the city since it not only promotes the area as a destination for bicycle tourism, but it also showcases the Punta Gorda area amenities and revitalization.Ž In 2012, the event drew 438 riders. The count was up to 583 last year. At least that many is expected this year. Most important, Pedal and Play is a fun event. Anybody at any level feels comfortable,Ž said Bill Welsch, who was asked to handle publicity by event chairman Steve Johnson. So, it becomes more a community event than a bicycle event.Ž Lets get rolling.And keep rolling in VeniceSarasotaAnd while were on two wheels ƒ Two weeks after 500 cyclists hit the streets in Punta Gorda, another big roll-a-thon will spin through our northern circulation area. The Friends of the Legacy Trail and the Sarasota Manatee Bicycle Club are hosting the annual Tour de Parks bike ride in Sarasota County. The lead sponsor this year is the Trust for Public Land, the nonpro“t organization at the head of the effort to extend the Legacy Trail into the city of Sarasota. As with its counterpart to the south, the Tour is a social event. One downer here: No free beer. What the Tour does offer is a nice kickoff breakfast at the Venice Train Depot. On Sunday morning, March 25, riders eat up and set off north on the Legacy Trail for tours of 20, 35, or 62mile rides. These are funŽ rides, not competitive. Leave with your friends or latch on to a group. Proceed through a designated course. The Friends station guides at intersections and staff way-stations for riders to stop for a drink, refreshments and friendly mingle-time. Everyone ends up back at the Train Depot for a nice lunch. To register, Google Tour de Parks. Registration is now $45 per person, and rises $5 after March 21. Roll on.

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 9 VIEWPOINTMany of the articles written by the Curmudgeon Club members go over old ground. We as a group have written about sewers, schools, water quality, transportation, health care, local rules and regulations, public works, roads, and the list goes on. For much of what is written comes about as new information is collected, costs escalate, or goals change. The subjects never change, as our county is always in a state of ”ux, depending upon the economy, what our elected government deems worthy, tax money collected and the publics demands. As we learned in the clubs last column, one column begets another as new information is collected. Not all the concerns are life-changing, but create in the mind of the resident taxpayer: Dont they get it?Ž Of course, not in all taxpayers minds, but as the squeaking wheel gets the grease,Ž it does not take a lot of people thinking the same thing at the same time to create a groundswell for change. The idea that the city of Punta Gorda should sell an excessŽ piece of property to a developer created a “restorm of resentment and incompetence on the part of those elected. Parkside and its redevelopment, Spring Lake and the sewers along with algae, and Sunshine Lake did not go well. More time and money was spent trying to “nd a convoluted solution to a simple problem for many of these community situations, that con“dence in those elected to “x things was questioned. We all know that over the years the cost to live in the county has risen. This is to be expected. As the county grows, the demands placed on the ad valorem revenues to pay for the demands of the residents grows. We cannot pay our way out of our “scal obligations with ad valorem taxes. For all the demands to be satis“ed, we have to have a tax base that will support our needs. We do not control approximately half of the tax money as that is reserved for the education of our students. We have an elected School Board that oversees the education of the students, which costs hundreds of millions of dollars every year. We have a superintendent who is responsible to the board to give to the parents what they are paying for „ a high-rated school that can live within its means. The school system and how it is run and by whom has created a “restorm of political discourse, none of which has produced anything but the need for a referendum to raise taxes by one mil.Ž This translates to one dollar per $1,000 of the valuation of your home. For many, the increased taxes are minimal, but for others it could be $300 or $400 or $500 or more. The need for this has been presented to the public, but not in the form that is needed to make complete sense of the situation. All this, or most, has been blamed on charter schoolsŽ being “nanced by the money that would normally go to the public schools. While this has a modicum of truth to it, it does not tell the whole story, and as long as the public is left in the dark, the less the chance of the referendum going through. In any event, it should be stated here that I want excellent schools, not just mediocre. I want good pay for good teachers. If it takes more money to get the result needed, year over year, then so be it. The “rst thing, not the last, is questioning the quality of the education of the children. If Charlotte County had the states best schools, we would get the best people coming to live here. Our job as Curmudgeons is to cut through the ”uff, blow the smoke away and get to the meat. The mental acuity of our members is above reproach and with at least “ve Ph.D recipients „ and that is the least of the quali“cations, we are able to have our positions heard by every, and I mean every, important person in the county. We do this without politics rearing its ugly head and we do not promote our position to the public. However, when the need arises, we come back to those unsolved problems until we hammer home what we as a group think is needed and wanted. We represent every aspect of good government. We love our home and we want and expect all to be ready to “ght for good government. Richard J. Pitz D.M.D. is a member of the Charlotte County Curmudgeon Club. Readers may reach him via cccurclub@ embarqmail.com. The Curmudgeon Club website is www. cccurmudgeon.org.Curmudgeons working for good local government Curmudgeon ClubRichard J. Pitz LETTERS TO THE EDITORWhat we need is national draftEditor: Recently, a cowardly murderer slaughtered 17 people in Parkland. Almost immediately I heard a news report on NPR that a 19-year old childŽ had committed this heinous crime with a legally purchased assault ri”eŽ and we needed more gun controls. To strengthen this argument, it was pointed out our state allowed him to buy a semi-automatic assault ri”e but did not feel he was mature enough to buy beer. Yet, I never heard it mentioned that a year earlier this piece of trash was considered mature enough to vote. On a personal basis, when I was 17 (not 19) our U.S. government felt I was mature enough to give me „ completely free of charge, mind you „ a semi-automatic assault ri”e. It was called an M-1. By the time I was 18 I had also quali“ed as an expertŽ with both the fully automatic BAR, along with the 30-caliber light machine gun. Once I reached the murderers age (19) I wore sergeants stripes, yet our government still didnt see “t to allow me to buy beer or, more importantly, vote. Why has our of“cialŽ perception of maturity changed so dramatically? We should recognize buying an assault ri”e or beer requires maturity. So does voting. Heres a radical idea: Wouldnt our country and our youth be well served by bringing back a fairŽ national draft?Bob Filkins Punta GordaAssault ries sold at garage salesEditor: As a mother of three grown sons and grandmother of four beautiful grandchildren I cannot get the Parklland school shooting off of my mind. I feel an attachment to each child involved in this horrible massacre. My heart aches for all involved. This event made me remember walking up to a garage sale a number of years ago in Englewood. On card tables arranged in this particular garage were quite a number of guns, all shapes and sizes. Nothing much other than guns were being sold. I exited pretty quickly Rep. Rooney is an obsequious toadyEditor: Your overly effusive, treacle-laced encomium of Representative Tom Rooney set my teeth to gnashing. Strange, how perceptions can differ. I remember him as an obsequious toady in the service of the lunatic Improvements are frustratingEditor: Gilchrist Park. Many years of wonderful memories. Meeting new friends, listening to the talents of many. Dancing the night away. Yes, I loved everything Gilchrist Park represented. Someone, was it possibly men, decided to improve Gilchrist Park.Ž People needed to exercise. Lets put only 20 parking spaces. Also that even thou most of us are mature, we do not need bathrooms close by.Ž No problem with dogs everywhere, one decided to lift its leg and pee on the bottom of a lamp post. Is this an option, a little bit of humor, the roundabouts. Yes, many people go around the roundabouts.Ž Im sure they hear the entertainmentŽ and do want to walk the distance. Even though I find the improvements Second Amendment needs closer readEditor: U.S. Constitution: Article I Section 8; 1: The Congress shall have power toƒ Article I, Section 8; 15: To provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the Union, suppress insurrections and repel invasions; Article I Section 8; 16: To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the militia, and for governing such part of them as may be employed in the service of the United States, reserving to the states respectively, and the authority of training the militia according to the discipline prescribed Bottled water needed for healthEditor: Water isnt cheap, especially in the state of Florida. Anyone that drinks tap or well water in the U.S. is sure to be doomed, due to fracking and taxed companies like mosaic. Bottled water should be a tax write-off for health reasons.Stewart Shaw Punta Gordaby Congress; Article II Section 2; 1: The president shall be commander in chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the militia of the several states, when called into the actual service of the United States. Framers thought these entries might imply that the militia,Ž todays National Guard, were constitutionally prohibited from assembling to defend communities from, say, an Indian uprising without congressional or presidential approval (which by messenger on horseback could take several weeks) to repel an attack that may last only several minutes. The Second Amendment had nothing to do with individuals rights to own weapons or protecting themselves from a tyrannical government, as the NRA and their lunatic minions preach. Those imbeciles wave the Constitution in our faces because if they hold it still, you might read it. The Second Amendment does two things. It makes the existence of the National Guard lawful and it makes men with hairy backs OK with wearing tank-tops. Period.Paul St. Germain Punta Gordabecause I couldnt believe what I had just seen. Upon arriving home I immediately called the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce and asked if this was legal. They assured me it was. It was before all the mass school shootings. I have seen many guns at garage sales since then. Not long ago my husband happened to be with me when we came upon a garage sale with guns and one in particular stood out. It was large, all metal, Army green, and didnt look like anything I had seen before. I asked my husband what it was and yes, it was an assault-type weapon. At a garage sale in Englewood. I am no stranger to guns. My husband was an avid hunter in Iowa and one of our sons is a police of“cer. But where in the world is the common sense of our lawmakers? Guns are available to anyone at anytime. And that includes garage sales in Englewood.Betty Kopp Englewoodfascist in the Oval Office. He may have dis-endorsed Trump when he was still a candidate, but what happened after this fake president was inaugurated? I could see nothing but servile obedience to the lunacy espoused by Trump and his rightwing cohorts and fellow travelers. Rooney did not acquit himself well in front of those anatagonistic constituents. His comments were all proforma, right-wing gibberish. Rooney, as a member of the House Intelligence Committee, did not acquit himself well. He fell in line with the Trump/GOP alternate reality of Kevin Nunes, the unhinged chairman of the committee. If, all along, he differed with Nunes, he certainly did not make that clear to the public. His reason for leaving might be other than the lack of a collegial and thoughtful democratic processŽ and an opportunity to spend more time with his family. How about a gathering blue tide? 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Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS Look for a third crossword in The News Wire section. The Charlotte County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Esmeralda Magallanes, 24, 2500 block of Luther Road, Punta Gorda. Charges: burglary of occupied dwelling and criminal mischief. Bond: $12,500. € Kenel Barthelus, 29, 23100 block of Allen Ave., Port Charlotte. Charges: possession with intent to sell methamphetamine, possession of controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of probation. Bond: none. € Pedro Sanchez, 42, of Fort Myers. Charge: driving with license expired more than six months. Bond: $1,000. € Neal Obryant Durham Jr., 18, 11200 block of Sixth Ave., Punta Gorda. Charges: possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of juvenile probation. Bond: none. € Xavier Jason Hearns, 29, 800 block of Silver Springs Terrace, Port Charlotte. Charge: out-of-county warrant. Bond: none. € Adam Brian Wilkie, 37, 22100 block of Marshall Ave., Port Charlotte. Charge: driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond: $1,000. € Jennifer Lee Hauer, 33, 6400 block of Drucker Circle, Port Charlotte. Charges: driving while licenses suspended „ third or subsequent offense and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $9,000. € Brittany Lea Horner, 27, 1300 block of Kensington St., Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $9,000. € Annemarie Susan Peterson, 46, 2200 block of Ednor St., Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia Bond: $6,000. € Ronald Victor Nadler Sargent, 38, of Milner, Georgia. Charge: violation of probation (original charges: criminal mischief and use of firearm while under the influence of alcohol). € Jamie Lynn Curtis, 21, 6300 block of Hera St., Englewood. Charge: battery. Bond: $1,000. € David Russell Hubbard III, 23, 9100 block of Casagrande Ave., Englewood. Charge: battery. Bond: $3,000. The Punta Gorda Police Department reported the following arrests: € Michael Clyde Copus, 47, 4200 block of Deltona Drive, Punta Gorda. Charge: violation of probation (original charge: violating marine resources law). Bond: $700. € James Eugene Whidden, 50, 3700 block of Baynard Drive, Punta Gorda. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, petty theft and violation of probation. Bond: none. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Nicholas Barnes, 33, 200 block of Harbor Drive, Venice. Charge: contempt of court (original charges: petty theft and fraud through uttering a false instrument). Bond: $12,000. € Jammarius Bing, 28, 4100 block of Geoffrey St., North Port. Charge: DeSoto County issued warrant for violation of probation (original charges: grand theft and credit card fraud). Bond: none. € Eugene Chelokov, 37, 10300 block of Pendleton Ave., Englewood. Charge: kill, wound or endanger an animal. Bond: $1,500. € Travis Costello, 44, 100 block of S. Temple Road, Venice. Charges: possession of methamphetamines and probation violation (original charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription). Bond: none. € Raymond Desjardin, 48, 500 block of W. Venice Ave., Venice. Charge: driving with a suspended license. Bond: $120. € Chantel Hill, 46, 3900 block of Woodmere Park Drive, Venice. Charge: DUI. Bond: $1,500. € Sabrina Kenney, 41, 100 block of S. Orange Ave., Arcadia. Charge: aggravated battery using a deadly weapon. Bond: none. € Christopher Langlois, 36, 1700 block of Belvedere Road, Englewood. Charge: contempt of court (original charge: DUI). Bond: $10,000. € Derek Parker, 23, 300 block of E. Dearborn St., Englewood. Charge: probation violation (original charges: three counts of possession of a controlled substance). Bond: none. € James Phillips Jr., 21, 200 block of North Sierra St., Nokomis. Charge: aggravated battery when the victim was pregnant. Bond: none. € William Elston, 52, 800 block of Panda Road, Venice. Charge: Pinellas County issued warrant for violation of probation (original charge: DUI). Bond: none. € Lucian Mancinone, 22, 4900 block of Bonita Ave., Venice. Charges: two counts of aggravated battery using a deadly weapon. Bond: $300,000. € Michael Walzak, 24, 3700 block of N. Chamberlain Blvd., North Port. Charge: DUI. Bond: $500. The Sarasota Police Department reported the following arrest: € Travis Manuel, 32, 5100 block of Lemon Bay Drive, Venice. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and driving with a suspended license. Bond: $1,620. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrests: € Desmond Clawges, 32, 6500 block of Abelson Ave., North Port. Charge: out-of-state fugitive from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Bond: none. € Christopher Doubleday, 31, Miami. Charge: possession of a synthetic narcotic with the intent to sell, manufacture or deliver. Bond: $7,500. € Joshua Luckadoo, 30, 8700 block of Fay Ave., North Port. Charge: trespassing. Bond: $2,000. „ Compiled by Gary Roberts and Lauren Coffey POLICE BEATThe information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriffs office, Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system. MURDOCK „ Every day, Gerhart Schuebel of Broad Ranch Drive watches traf“c take a high-speed shortcut through his neighborhood, avoiding a nearby traf“c signal. In effect, for those in a hurry, the traf“c light at Midway and Lake View (boulevards) is creating additional traf“c on a residential road and a dangerous intersection at Midway and Broad Ranch,Ž he said. I believe 90 percent of the cars that travel that road have nothing to do with local traf“c.Ž Henry Martinez, who lives on Torrington Street, an open stretch of road between Veterans and Peachland boulevards, worries that speeding motorists may some day claim a pedestrian because there are no sidewalks on his street. In the afternoons, drivers have been clocked over 70 mph,Ž he said. These residents, and many more like them, are pinning their hopes for a safe solution on Charlotte Countys newly adopted traf“c-calming policy to control speeding and traf“c volume on residential roads with a speed limit of 25 mph or less. Under the program, neighbors can petition for a traf“c-calming device, which could include speed humps, raised crosswalks and medians, or traf“c restrictions such as speed limits. Previously, without any such policy in place, residents could only rely on law enforcement or additional signs to slow down traf“c. In developing the new policy, however, commissioners ran into a few bumps in the road themselves. At “rst, proposed criteria to qualify for the program included a provision that would require a certain level of neighborhood density. It had been suggested that roadways where less than half the lots are developed would not be eligible to request traf“c-calming studies or measures. What Im concerned about is the rigidity of it, the lack of ”exibility,Ž Commission Chairman Ken Doherty said during the debate. Commissioner Bill Truex agreed that the provision could deny some streets that are genuinely in need of a traf“c remedy. He said a lack of activity on sparsely populated roads could actually increase the chance of accidents. In the end, the commission set a minimum threshold of 45 percent of the roadside lots must be occupied and added a clause that allowed county of“cials to use their own discretion in responding to citizen complaints. The new traf“c-calming policy also states that more than half of the residents who live on the street must be in favor of the safety initiative. And that money to implement any measures deemed necessary should come from the county general fund. Currently, Charlotte has received traf“c-calming requests from residents on Bonita Drive/Cougar Way and Brig Street in Rotonda; Broad Ranch Drive, Frizzell Lane NW and McCabe/Hoffner streets in Port Charlotte; Burnt Store Village roadways; and Encarnacion Street in Deep Creek. Because Encarnacion Street already has a history in this area „ a long-standing problem prompting traf“c studies and a speed limit reduction „ the road was chosen as the programs pilot project. Neighbors say its about time. The neighborhood is becoming a racetrack,Ž resident Rolf Andersen told the commission. For years motorists have used Encarnacion Street as a cut-through, speeding their way from Seasons Drive to Deep Creek Boulevard. With the repaving of Deep Creek Boulevard over the past couple weeks, the problem has gotten worse. We have had extremely heavy, more than usual, traf“c ”ow. We have probably 800 to 1,000 cars daily go through there. Its just crazy,Ž Patrick Jurek said. I have almost been hit by vehicles ”ying around the curve. I just want something done. Please help us.Ž Another neighbor, Marilyn West, was appreciative that relief may be on the way. It isnt very often that government has a chance to be proactive,Ž she said. It is an opportunity for us to prevent a tragedy.ŽEmail: groberts@sun-herald.comTraffic-calming program set for areaBy GARY ROBERTSSTAFF WRITER

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Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS CHARLOTTE COUNTY COMMISSION „ HOW THEY VOTED BILL TRUEX District 3 KEN DOHERTY District 1 CHRIS CONSTANCE District 2 JOE TISEO District 5 STEPHEN R. DEUTSCH District 4Acting as the Charlotte Harbor Community Redevelopment Agency, commissioners approved a request by Sunseeker to acquire 3.6 acres of county land on the east side of U.S. 41, which would add another 202 hotel rooms and 142 condos to the main project on the other side of Tamiami Trail. As a result, the $800 million hotel-condo resort would comprise 862 condos, 277 hotel rooms, along with multiple restaurants, bars and shops. In exchange for acquiring the two parcels of vacant land, Sunseeker is proposing to make $16.3 million in public improvements in lieu of direct payment. YES YES YES YES YES Approved a traf“c-calming policy to control speeding and traf“c volume on residential roads with a speed limit of 25 mph or less. Encarnacion Street in Deep Creek has been chosen as the new programs pilot project. YES YES YES YES YES Approved a Final Detail Site Plan for Berts Black Widow Harley Davidson Phase I improvements for a paved riding area for a motorcycle training and safety course on a 7.5-acre site at 2224 El Jobean Road. This is the “rst step in a $10 million, multi-phase project that will transform the dealership into an entertainment destination. Future plans include a 7,800-square-foot restaurant; outdoor pavilion for live music and movies with a permanent, 300-foot-by200-foot roof; additional parking for 300 vehicles; and a signature, 40-foot-high Harley-Davidson water tower. YES YES YES YES YES Amended the existing Harper-McNew Rural Community Mixed Use Master Development Plan to rezone the property from agriculture and planned development to a PD. This allows a maximum of 3,109 residential units, including 2,487 single-family homes and 622 multi-family units; 719,461 square feet of commercial use; and 126,964 square feet of industrial use. YES YES YES YES YES Approved a “nal plat and developers agreement with Lennar Homes for 165 residential lots in a 100-acre subdivision to be named Harbor West, located south of the Butterford Waterway, north of Abalone Road, east of Santa Cruz Drive, and west of St. Paul Drive. YES YES YES YES YES NORTH PORT „ Environment was a main concern for the North Port City Commission at its meeting Tuesday evening. The group discussed a slew of new initiatives and changes and will move forward with solidifying those changes at their upcoming meeting. The four commissioners present were Vice Mayor Linda Yates and commissioners Debbie McDowell, Jill Luke and Chris Hanks. What they voted on: € Second reading for annual revision and update to the Capital Improvement Element of the comprehensive plan: approved 4-0 € First reading to establish an environmental advisory board: approved 4-0 and will be brought back at March 6 meeting for final vote € Discussed the 2018 federal priorities € Discussed Chapter 45 in the Unified Land Development Code, which covers the Tree Ordinance: unanimous consensus to set up two meetings to gain public feedback and a workshop with staff and commissioners € Display the national and state motto In God We TrustŽ in the City Commission Chambers: approved 4-0 € Utilize the Clay County agreement bid to purchase lighting for field three at Butler Park for $205,000: approved 4-0 € Discuss getting a single-source procurement of Power DMS for the Fire Rescues document management system for $9,147.75: approved 4-0 € Moved forward on a joint meeting with Sarasota County for May 14 Coming up in City Hall: € 9-11:30 a.m. on Monday, March 5: Commission discuss pay plan incentives in Commission Chambers € 12:30-4 p.m. on Monday, March 5: Commission discuss advisory boards and committees in Commission Chambers € 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6: Commission meeting in Commission Chambers € 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 7: Neighborhood Watch Meeting in Commission Chambers € 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 8: Public Utilities Advisory Board meeting in Room 244 € 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 8: Commission meeting in Commission Chambers Coming up in North Port: € 10-11 a.m. on Saturday, March 3: Pine Park Community Celebration at Pine Park, 4556 McKibben Drive € 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 10: Arts on the Green on City Center Front Green, 4970 City Hall Boulevard City Commission round-up By LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITER YATES LUKE HANKS MCDOWELLLetsGo!„Wednesdaysinthe SunItsallhere!Localtheaterlistings,entertainment,travel andmore.Dontmissit;letsgo! adno=50531317 2 0 1 8 0 3 0 3 o t e n c 1 2 p d f 1 0 2 M a r 1 8 2 3 : 3 9 : 4 5

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Page 14 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 LOCAL SPORTS LOCAL SPORTS Mallory Burton celebrated Senior Day by scoring in double “gures a season-high fourth consecutive game. The Ave Maria University starting forward had 15 points, one shy of her season high, in a loss to Florida Memorial on Senior Day. The Charlotte High School graduate had four rebounds. It de“nitely is a bittersweet moment to have into the next chapter of my life,Ž said Burton, whose 11 points in the next game, the season “nale, meant she had reached double “gures 16 of the 28 games she played. In attendance were her family and coaches and players from the Charlotte girls basketball program, for which her sister plays. That was nice,Ž she said. She opened Ave Marias scoring on a left-handed layup yet scored the rest of her points in the second half. Her three fouls in the “rst half resulted in her being substituted out. Both teams were off to a slow start,Ž she said. We werent taking as great a shot. The pace of the game was slow.Ž Burton completed the season third on the team in minutes played, points, rebounds and blocked shots. She averaged 9.3 points and 4 rebounds.BaseballEckerd College freshman Shane LeMaster is hitting .416 so far on the season. He is a Charlotte graduate. Lenoir Ryne sophomore Matt Ransom has 3.60 ERA. Opponents are hitting .125 against him. The Port Charlotte graduate has 6 strikeouts in 5 innings pitched. Gibson Bittner Sophomore LaGrange is 1-1 with a 1.46 ERA at LaGrange. The former Tarpon has 14 strikeouts in 12 innings pitched.More womens basketballFormer Tarpon Mykelli Taylor of Florida SouthWestern State College had three points against Eastern Florida State. Wichita State University senior Angiee Tompkins had 17 points in a start against Temple. The past Tarpon had six rebounds and a season-best six assists. Also from Charlotte, Kelyn Moses had 11 points and seven rebounds for Lamar Community College against McCook. She had a seasonhigh four steals.Womens track and fieldSoutheastern University freshman Kelsi Ogilvie “nished second in the 5,000-meter run at the Embry-Riddle meet. The Lemon Bay High graduate was second in the event at the earlier Warrior Invitational. Another from the Manta Rays, Southeastern freshman Kristen Robinson was third in the 3,000 and sixth in the 1,000 at the Warrior Invitational. Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at jdanddoc@gmail.com.Burton scores 15 on Senior DayBy BARBARA BOXLEITNERSUN CORRESPONDENT HOMETOWN HEROES: Away at College BURTON PREP ROUNDUPFort Myers scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on for a 15-13 win over Lemon Bay on Thursday night in Englewood. The Mantas scored six runs in the bottom of the “rst and sent three more across the plate in the bottom of the second. Fort. Myers countered with six runs in the top of the second and later took a 12-10 lead after a three-run fourth. Lemon Bay took the lead late thanks to a 2-run sixth, but were unable to mount a comeback after a “nal scoring surge by the Green Wave. Josh Gossett and Brandon Gielow had three hits and an RBI each for Lemon Bay. Gabby Salgado had a pair of hits and drove in two runs, while Tyler Kreissler scored three runs. Lemon Bay dropped to 2-5 on the season and was set to play at Lake Placid on Friday night.Boys TennisLemon Bay took a 6-1 win over Bayshore on Thursday. In singles, Enrique Subero (LB) def Ariel Pongo (B) 6-2, 6-2; Noah Pirro (LB) def Alan Macowan (B) 6-2, 6-1; Cameron Wid“eld (B) def Joshua Hutcherson (LB) 7-6, 6-2; Matthew Hutcherson (LB) def Nico Macowan (B) 6-3, 6-2; and Parth Patel (LB) won by default. In doubles, Subero/ Pirro (LB) def Pongo/A. Macowan (B) 8-2; and J. Hutcherson/M. Hutcherson (LB) def Wid“eld/N. Macowan (B) 8-5. Lemon Bay improved to 5-0 on the season and will play at Southeast on March 7.Girls TennisBayshore came away with a 4-3 win over Lemon Bay on Thursday in Englewood. In singles, Theo Schultz (B) def. Chloe DiDonato (LB) 8-0; Siena Burger (LB) def. Nicole Llorente (B) 8-2; Hailey Tucker (LB) def. Kenia Cuqui-Bello (B) 8-6; Lauren Maheu (LB) def. Yaneidy Cervantes (B) 8-2; Samantha Finnegan (B) def. Veronica De Los Santos (LB) 8-3. In doubles, Schultz/ Llorente (B) def. DiDonato/ Tucker (LB) 8-5; and CuquiBello/Cervantes (B) def. Burger/Maheu (LB) 8-6 Lemon Bay falls to 3-2 and will play at Southeast on March 8.Fort Myers outlasts Lemon Bay 15-13STAFF REPORT PHOTOS BY CHRIS BLAKELemon Bays Warner Rincones slides under the tag and scores a run against Ft. Myers during Thursday nights game at Lemon Bay High School. Lemon Bays Flynn Stewart pitches against Ft. Myers High School during Thursday nights game at Lemon Bay. WRESTLING: Imagine School of North Port The Imagine School North Port gave a champions send-off for two of their wrestlers competing in the FHSAA Class 1A state “nals in Kissimmee this weekend. Gannon Wertz (106-pound class) and Luke Heffner (152) were given a parade complete with a ride around campus in a convertible and were greeted with well-wishes from students and staff alike. The duo are set to compete starting Friday.Wrestlers get champions send-off Imagine School of North Port cheerleaders hold signs honoring state-bound wrestlers Gannon Wertz and Luke Hener. PHOTOS PROVIDEDImagine School of North Port hosted a parade Thursday honoring Gannon Wertz and Luke Hener, who are the rst wrestlers in school history to have qualied for the state nals. TODAYWestern Michigan University vs. St. Bonaventure University at North Charlotte Regional Park, 11 a.m. Babson College Heidelberg University at South County Regional Park, 11 a.m. Villanova University vs. Dartmouth College at North County Regional Park, noon Babson College vs. Otterbein University at South County Regional Park, 2:30 p.m. Georgetown University vs. Mount St. Marys University at North County Regional Park, 3 p.m. Northeastern University vs. Dartmouth College at North County Regional Park, 3:30 p.m. Heidelberg University JV vs. Otterbein University JV at South County Regional Park, 5:30 p.m.SUNDAYBaldwin Wallace University vs. Babson College at South County Reional Park,10 a.m. St. Bonaventure University vs. Western Michigan University at North County Regional Park, 11 a.m. Dartmouth College vs. Georgetown University at North County Regional Park, 11:30 a.m. Baldwin Wallace University vs. Moravian College at South County Regional Park,1:30 p.m. St. John Fisher College vs. Otterbein University at IMG Academy, 2 p.m. Villanova University vs. Northeastern University at North County Regional Park, 3 p.m. SNOWBIRD BASEBALL CLASSIC SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEKENDSAILINGAdult Learn to Sail class offered: Englewood Sailing Association is offering the opportunity to learn to sail or refresh your skills with their Snowbird Adult Sail CampŽ for ages 18 and older. This popular 4-day course will be held March 12-15, from 10-2 daily at the ESA Sailing Center at Indian Mound Park in Englewood. The only requirements are the ability to swim and the desire to sail. The course is $175 and includes everything youll need. Registration is open at the Englewood SKY Family YMCA. For additional information, please contact Craig Keller at (941) 276-3115. Also, visit our website at englewoodsailing.org. Space in this class is limited to 10 students. Charlotte Harbor Multihull Association: For multihull owners or those interested in them. No dues. Meets first Monday of each month 6p.m. at Harpoon Harrys. Visit http:// groups.yahoo.com/group/CHMA/ or call Ron, 941-876-6667. Charlotte Harbor Community Sailing Center: Year-round weekly sailing classes for youth and adults. Monthly Portsmouth racing second Saturday each month. Family membership $140 per year includes use of boats on days open. Discounts available for multiple family members taking a class. Classes open to public and include beginning learn to sail, learn to race, advanced race training, tactical racing, water safety. Contact 941-456-8542 or email at thesailingcenter.org@gmail.com or web at www.thesailingcenter.org or Facebook page Charlotte Harbor Community Sailing Center.RUNNINGZoomers: The Southwest Florida club emphasizes running events and triathlons. Visit zoomersrun.com for information. TENNISFree Adult Clinic: Instruction by Pete Zeeh and Art Richards are in one-hour sessions every other Saturday through March. For information, call 845-331-4355 or email pete@zeeh. com. Rotonda QuickStart: Free lessons for parents and kids (12-under) at 11 a.m., every other Saturday, Rotonda Park. Rackets and balls provided. Call 941-698-9480. Get Out and Play Clinics: 10-11 a.m., every other Saturday. Gary Littlestar Masters Tennis 55-over at Rotonda Community Public Park. Rackets and balls provided. Cost: Free. Call Art Richards, 941698-9480, or pick up a Masters Tennis flier at the Tringali Recreation Center.SWIMMINGCharlotte County Swimming: Year-round USA Swimming team provides instruction and competition ages 5 and up. Visit www.ccswim.org or call Susan, 941-628-1510.BASEBALLSnowbird Baseball tournament seeks volunteers: Snowbird Baseball Classic, set for mid February at Charlotte Sports Park, is in need of scorekeepers, concession, ticket takers, golf cart drivers, announcers, merchandise sales, gas grill cooks.Please contact Steve Partington at steve@ snowbirdbaseball.com or shannon@snowbirdbaseball.com, call 941-876-3226 or go to www. snowbirdbaseball.com and register under the volunteer page. Senior Men: The South Florida Suns, mens over-50 baseball team, is looking for players. All positions needed. Call 941-456-5229.MODEL SAILINGClub schedules: Sun Coast Club meets Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at South County Regional Park in Punta Gorda. Open to the public. 941-628-8802.The Community Calendar appears daily as space permits. To have your activity published, fax (941-6292085) or email (sports@sun-herald. com) event details to the Sports Department at least one week in advance. Phone calls will not be accepted. Submissions suitable for publication will be edited for length and clarity. LOCAL SPORTS CALENDAR

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 15 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Englewood Area Orchid Society show and sale continues from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today in the Fellowship Hall of Englewood United Methodist Church, 700 E. Dearborn St. There are 9,000 square feet of sale and exhibit space, including retail orchids and supples, artwork, books, raf”es, free information and professional advice. Membership to the local club is $15 a year. The event is co-sponsored by the Venice and Sarasota area orchid societies. Admission is $4. For more information, visit www.EAOS.org.Orchids by Lemon Bay show is today In addition to owers, the Just One More Orchid vendor is selling pillows, table cloths, wood carving and other items with orchids on them. Gary and Beverly Koltookian of Massachusetts check out the orchids. Friends Kathie VanSaun and Cindie Kollman check out the orchids at the show which is today.SUN PHOTOS BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHGina Victor, owner of the Blue Pagoda and Evolution Orchids, in Englewood, participates Friday in the annual Englewood Area Orchard Society Show „ Orchids by Lemon Bay.Ž The show resumes 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at Englewood United Methodist Church, 700 E. Dearborn St., Englewood. Carol Marcus-Epperley, a watercolor painter and member of the Venice Area Orchid Society, is selling cards and paintings at the show. Port Charlotte resident Bonnie Graesser, left, and her daughter Denise Rychlik of Key West, have fun Friday buying orchids. PUNTA GORDA „ The City Managers Tour is a new addendum to Pedal & Play in Paradise, the twoday bicycle extravaganza put on by Team Punta Gorda. The four rides „ including the Teri Hoagland Mystery Tour „ are the primary draw. They start with on-site registration from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, March 10, at Laishley Park South Pavilion. Registration fees begin at $45. Proceeds go to support Team Punta Gordas bicycle initiatives and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The City Managers Tour is a 90-minute ride showcasing Punta Gorda and its history. It features City Manager Howard Kunik as Captain Bicycle and of“cial tour guide. According to Pedal & Play committee chairman Steve Johnson, Kunik himself is the primary reason for the leisurely rides popularity. I think its all about Howard,Ž Johnson said. Hes tremendously popular with the citizens. They value his professionalism and the results hes achieved through his leadership. They remember our town before he came and after. Those who attend his ride are eager to learn about their town and what Howard thinks is important. He shows them past, present and future projects.Ž Kunik traces the roots of the City Managers Tour to the days after Hurricane Charley virtually leveled Punta Gorda in 2004. Those also were the days when Team Punta Gorda came into being as a residents advisory group in the rebuilding of the city. Since then, it has reinvented itself into an organization that seeks to enhance quality of life through a variety of projects. When I “rst got here in 2005, we were cleaning up after Charley and starting the rebuilding process,Ž Kunik recalled. So what better way to show the community what is going on “rsthand than a bicycle ride around primarily the historic residential neighborhoods and downtown?Ž This year, it is limited to 150 riders for safety reasons. Pedal & Play itself consists of four rides: 62, 30 and 15 miles and the Mystery Tour. Over the years, Pedal & Play registrations have risen from 438 in 2012 to a high of 642 in 2015 to 583 last year. According to the Pedal & Play website, all March 10 rides will feature breakfast, ride support, snacks and drinks, lunch, bathroom facilities, and phone numbers in case of an emergency. Riders depart at varying times, with kickstands up for 62-milers scheduled for 7:45 a.m. Pedal & Play is a signi“cant and premier event in the city since it not only promotes the area as destination for bicycle tourism, but it also showcases the Punta Gorda area amenities and revitalization,Ž Kunik said. ...And maybe the participants may decide to ultimately reside in the city after they experience what we have to offer.Ž For more information, go to www. pedalandplayinparadise. com.Pedal & Play in ParadiseBy RUSTY PRAYSUN CORRESPONDENT IF YOU GOPedal & Play in Paradise will held on Friday, March 9, and Saturday, March 10, at Laishley Park pavilions, 100 Nesbit St., Punta Gorda. Costs vary and registration begins at noon on Friday, March 9. For more information visit www.pedalandplayinparadise.com. 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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 17 STATE NEWSThe Florida Legislature is mostly avoiding obvious handouts to the gun lobby in the wake of the Parkland massacre. But theyre prepared to give a $3 million handout to help pay for a 150-acre shooting range in Palm Beach County thats partially supported by the National Ri”e Association. The money would go to the Palm Beach County Shooting Sports Park, which will feature “ve gun ranges and skeet shooting in a remote area of the county, near a wildlife refuge and youth camp. Its being built by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the county. The Legislature is in the middle of budget negotiations, but both the House and Senate have agreed to give the park another $3 million. It was “rst reported by Florida Politics. The NRAs contribution to the $9.3 million complex was only $25,000, according to FWC. The vast majority of the money came from the Fish and Wildlife Foundation of Florida, with funding from Palm Beach County. This public facility is being created to offer a place for people to gain skills and knowledge for safe, responsible target shooting,Ž the agency said in a statement. The facility is expected to be “nished next year.Legislature set to give $3 million to gun rangeBy LAWRENCE MOWERTAMPA BAY TIMES FLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION COMMISSIONAn aerial view of the Palm Beach County Shooting Sports Park WASHINGTON „ Sen. Marco Rubio hurried through the crowd to a waiting SUV when a man approached him with an urgent plea: Do something about guns.Ž Were trying,Ž Rubio replied, heading back to Capitol Hill after an event honoring a slain Russian dissident. Please,Ž the man said. Safety,Ž Rubio added. Were going to do something about safety.Ž That was early Tuesday and Washington was full of talk about substantial action following the Feb. 14 school shooting in Florida. This time would be different, a tipping point for a fed-up nation. But in the days since, reality has settled over Washington. Both parties are retreating to familiar sides of the contentious gun debate and Republican leaders are not rushing to put legislation up for a vote. The Senate next week will focus on moving a banking bill. The whiplash goes right to the top. President Donald Trump bucked his party by advocating for numerous measures, such as raising the purchase age for ri”es and expanding background checks to cover all gun buys. Yet by Friday that seemed to be unraveling following a meeting Trump had with the NRA, the White House suddenly sending less con“dent signs on what will be done. Conceptually, he still supports raising the age to 21,Ž Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said. But he also knows theres not a lot of broad support for that. But thats something he would support.Ž She suggested wiggle room on other fronts as well. People on both sides remain hopeful something will happen in the face of widespread public support. Seven out of 10 Floridians support stricter gun laws, according to a poll this week, mirroring rising national support. But momentum and bipartisanship are rare on Capitol Hill, which does not face a deadline like lawmakers in Tallahassee fast approaching the end of the 60-day legislative session, though they too are struggling with gun-related proposals. The time to act is now,Ž Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida said Wednesday in a speech from the chamber. Lets dont let what happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High fade into a memory like so many other tragedies.Ž Nelson and other Democrats want comprehensive background checks that extend to gun shows and private sales, age restrictions and an assault weapons ban „ the latter of which is a nonstarter for most Republicans, who are focusing on school security and mental health issues and pushing a modest measure to boost state and federal agency reporting to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System. Democrats support that but fear it will be the only legislation that moves and have threatened to block it as a result. Rubio on Thursday endorsed Fix NICS,Ž as well as legislation called the Stop School Violence Act that would provide federal grants to strengthen security and training to identify threats. He said he would introduce legislation for gun violence restraining orders,Ž which would allow law enforcement or family members to remove guns from people deemed a threat. He called for more prosecutors to go after people who purchase weapons for those who cannot legally obtain them on their own. But the Republican who has an A-plus rating from the NRA sidelined two measures he talked about during a recent CNN town hall: raising the purchase age for assault-style ri”es and restricting magazine capacity. These reforms do not enjoy the sort of widespread support in Congress that the other measures announced today enjoy,Ž said Rubio. In the House there is bipartisan support for the Stop School Violence Act, which is being led in part by Reps. John Rutherford, R-Jacksonville, and Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, and was introduced in January. I think its going to move pretty quickly,Ž Rutherford said. I know something is going to happen.Ž I just hope we can act, that we can show the American people and the kids and their grieving families in my district that with presidential leadership, it doesnt matter what Congress says, that you can help push this forward and that we will consider everything,Ž Deutch told Trump. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., whose state endured the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, similarly implored Trump to use his position. Its going to have to be you that brings the Republicans to the table on this because right now, the gun lobby would stop it in its tracks.Ž The meeting alarmed the NRA, which followed up Thursday night with Trump and later declared he and the vice president support the Second Amendment, support strong due process and dont want gun control.Ž Trump responded on Twitter, Good (Great) meeting in the Oval Of“ce tonight with the NRA!ŽSo the landscape remains muddled and election year dynamics are pushing both parties apart. And the NRA, which looked like it was on the defensive, has marshaled its signi“cant weight in Washington and Tallahassee. I think the gun lobby ultimately wins,Ž said former U.S. Rep. David Jolly, a Pinellas County Republican. Rubio and Gov. Rick Scott in Tallahassee should be encouraged for working on incremental reforms, but I think voters today see incremental reforms as insuf“cient.ŽReality settles over D.C. with little movement on gun legislationBy ALEX LEARYWASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF AP PHOTOMarjory Stoneman Douglas High School former student Ariana Gonzalez weeps at a cross of slain Marjory Stoneman Douglas coach Aaron Feis, on a hill honoring those killed in Parkland. Seventeen students and teachers were killed on Valentines Day in a mass shooting at the high school. | STATE NEWS BRIEFSMan gets 11 years for fatally striking road crew workerBARTOW (AP) „ A Florida man has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for fatally striking a road crew worker. The Ledger reports that 25-year-old Dustin Halstead was sentenced Thursday. He was convicted in January of vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of a crash involving a fatality. Authorities say 44-yearold Shelby Kenneth Shull was working on a road crew overnight in Polk County in July 2014 when Halsteads Jeep drifted into the construction zone, hitting Shull and several construction barrels. A citizens tip led to Halsteads arrest three months later, and DNA evidence linked the Jeep with Shull. Prosecutors say Halstead had been drinking before the crash.Jury selection in nightclub shooting trial enters 2nd dayORLANDO (AP) „ Jury selection continues for the second day in the federal trial of a woman whose husband killed 49 people at a Florida nightclub. Noor Salman is charged with aiding and abetting her husband, Omar Mateen. Shes pleaded not guilty. Potential jurors are being asked how much they know about the Pulse nightclub attack, and for their feelings on terrorism, guns and the recent Parkland mass shooting. Choosing a jury wont be easy „ most potential jurors in the Orlando area are probably familiar with the case given its extensive coverage in the news media. Mateen was killed hours after the attack.Teen bitten by venomous snake at schoolORANGE CITY (AP) „ Of“cials say a Florida teenager has been bitten by a venomous snake at school. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that the bite happened shortly after classes ended Wednesday at University High School in Orange City. A Volusia County schools spokeswoman says the 19-year-old student found the coral snake and brought it to the schools courtyard, where the reptile bit him on a knuckle. Paramedics responded and took the student to a Sanford hospital. The students condition wasnt immediately known. Coral snakes possess one of the most deadly venoms of any North American snake. Theyre known for their red, yellow and black-colored banding, though theyre sometimes confused for similarly colored nonvenomous snakes. NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTIONTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Charlotte County, Florida, in regular session assembled on the 27th day of February, 2018, adopted a Resolution closing, vacating and abandoning the following described properties:SV-17-10-08 David and Karen Tomlinson are requesting to vacate an undeveloped portion of Spanish Mission Road, a total of 0.47 acres, more or less, part of Pirate Harbor Unit No. 2 Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 28, of the Public Records of Charlotte County, Florida, and located south of Yacht Club Boulevard, north of San Edmundo Road, west of Burnt Store Road, and east of Jean La Fitte Boulevard, in Section 19, Township 42, Range 23, in Commission District II. DESCRIPTION: A PARCEL OF LAND, LYING IN THE PLAT OF PIRATE HARBOR SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. 2, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 28, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 20, BLOCK BŽ OF SAID PIRATE HARBOR SUBDIVISION, THENCE SOUTH 245603Ž WEST, ALONG A RADIAL LINE, A DISTANCE OF 50.00 FEET TO A POINT ON A CURVE TO THE NORTHEAST, HAVING A RADIUS OF 1215.00 FEET AND A DELTA OF 164837Ž, THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID CURVE (ALSO BEING SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF SPANISH MISSION DRIVE AS SHOWN ON SAID PLAT OF PIRATE HARBOR SUBDIVISION) A DISTANCE OF 356.47 FEET TO A POINT OF REVERSE CURVATURE, HAVING A RADIUS OF 25.00 FEETAND A DELTA OF 1164727Ž, THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID CURVE A DISTANCE OF 50.96 TO A POINT ON A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE WEST, HAVING A RADIUS OF 1050.00 FEET AND A DELTA OF 053323Ž, A CHORD BEARING OF N121153Ž WEST WITH A CHORD LENGTH OF 101.79 FEET, THENCE NORTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID CURVE (ALSO BEING THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF JEAN LA FITTE BOULEVARD AS SHOWN ON SAID PLAT OF PIRATE HARBOR SUBDIVISION), A DISTANCE OF 101.83 FEET TO A POINT ON A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE NORTHEAST, HAVING A RADIUS OF 1165.00 FEET AND A DELTA OF 202246Ž, A CHORD BEARING OF SOUTH 545109Ž EAST, AND A CHORD LENGTH OF 412.20, THENCE SOUTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID CURVE (ALSO BEING THE NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF SPANISH MISSION DRIVE AS SHOWN ON SAID PLAT OF PIRATE HARBOR SUBDIVISION), A DISTANCE OF 412.20 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Dated at Murdock, Charlotte County, Florida, the 27th day of February, 2018. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA /s/ Kenneth W. Doherty, ChairmanPublish: March 3, 2018 ADNO=50520318 adno=717520

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Page 18 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS OBITUARIESWalter Donald LeisterWalter Donald Leister, Sr., 87, of Gilbertsville, passed away February 28. The son of the late Oliver and Dorothy Leister, he was married to Virginia M. Murphy until her death in 2011. An all-around handyman, he spent his career as a crane operator with Superior Tube. Walter is survived by two daughters, Diane Brinckman of Port Charlotte Florida and Barbara Bearde of Royersford; 3 grandsons; 3 granddaughters; 10 great-grandchildren; and 4 siblings. In addition to his parents and his wife, he is predeceased by a son, Walter Leister Jr.; a son-in-law, Raymond Brinckman II; a brother; and a sister. A viewing will be held at 11:00AM on Tuesday March 6 at Ott Funeral Home, Boyertown, followed by a funeral service at 12:00PM. Interment will follow at Keelors Union Cemetery, Obelisk. CHARLOTTE Rachel Mae GouldRachel Mae Gould, 80, of Punta Gorda, Florida, loving wife of over 57 years of Norman Gould, passed away peacefully to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. She was born Oct. 30, 1937, in Lancaster, New Hampshire, to Theodore Collins and Frances Stevens. Rachel and her husband moved from Connecticut which she resided for over 36 years to Punta Gorda in 1993 after retiring from Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford, Connecticut, where she worked for 30 years. Rachel worked part-time at Publix in Punta Gorda for 18 years and enjoyed working with the public and seeing all the familiar faces. A devout Catholic, Rachel was a long-time faithful communicant of Sacred Heart Church. Rachel was an Elkette; she loved to sing as she had a beautiful voice and you could “nd her singing karaoke when she got a chance. She loved playing bocce and spending time with good friends and family when they would visit and always loved her return trips to Connecticut to catch up with loved ones; as much as she loved the Florida sunshine, she missed her family immensely. She was a kind soul who cares so much for others and always wanted to please them. Rachel is survived by her loving husband, Norman; devoted daughter, Debra (Barry) Ashworth of En“eld, Connecticut; son, Robbie (Karen) Gould of En“eld; “ve special grandchildren, Sasha (Racheal) Miller, Chelsi Kohler, Alex Gould, Hannah Gould and Emma Gould all of En“eld; four great-grandchildren, Areyah and Daijah Spicer and Tristen and Teegan Miller all of En“eld; sister-inlaws, Cathy Collins, Beatrice Collins both of En“eld and Valerie Collins of Groveton, New Hampshire; and several nephews and nieces. Rachel was preceded in death by her brothers, Clarence, Eddie, her twin, Robert and Theodore; sister, Barbara; and greatgrand-daughter Delany Miller. Memorial Mass will be held 11 a.m. Friday, March 9, 2018, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 211 W. Charlotte Ave., Punta Gorda. Interment to follow at Charlotte Memorial Gardens, Punta Gorda. Rachels family would like to extend their sincere gratitude and appreciation to TideWell Hospice for their professionalism, kindness, compassion and care given to Rachel and her entire family.Erwin BudŽ WittusErwin BudŽ Wittus, 91, passed away peacefully on Monday, Feb. 26, 2018, in Port Charlotte, Florida. Bud was born on April 19, 1926 in Detroit, Michigan. He spent most of his life in the suburban Detroit area before moving to Florida. After graduating from Cooley High School he enlisted in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Later he attended University of Michigan where he earned his MBA. After graduation he began his own CPA “rm with business partner Saul Parker. He married his college sweetheart, Marilyn Hoffman, and they were married 67 years. She will miss him dearly. They were inseparable. After retirement they spent their time traveling, playing tennis and babysitting their “ve grandchildren. Bud will be remembered as kind and generous, sharp and witty, always there to help his friends and family. He had no enemies. He loved everyone and everyone who met him loved him. He assumed the best in all and saw the bright side of every situation. Bud is survived by his wife, Marilyn; their three children, Leesa LeeseŽ Wittus, Kim (Ken) Westphalen and Craig Wittus; grandchildren, Kali (Paul) Rabaut, Micah (Dana) Westphalen, CJ, Leah and Jared Wittus; and great granddaughter, Maya Rabaut. A service will be held at a later date. In lieu of ”owers, memorial donations may be made to his grandsons, Micah, YouCaring fund at https://www.youcaring. com/micahwestphalen-1010170.ENGLEWOOD Hans SchweizerHans Schweizer, 89, passed into Heaven with his family at his side on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018. He was born in Nuremberg, Germany. Hans came to this country when he was 18. He worked in the family business, Hartford Tool & Die, of Bloomfield, Connecticut. He started as a tool & die maker and worked his way up to shop manager. During those years he and his family lived in West Hartford. Upon retirement in 1990, he traveled all over the world with his beloved wife, Beverly. They enjoyed their winters in Englewood, Florida, moving there full time in 2017. Hans is survived by his loving wife, Beverly; his son, John and his wife, Marcy; and his grandsons, Thomas and Joseph. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Dolores; and his son, James. Services will be held at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 7, 2018. In lieu of flowers, we ask that you remember Hans by taking to heart his favorite words of wisdom, enjoy life!Ž Arrangements are by Lemon Bay Funeral Home and Cremation Services.Lise Ann YustAug. 1, 1955 to Feb. 28, 2018 Lise Yust of Englewood, Florida, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018. She is survived by her beloved husband, Frank; sons, Jordan and Colby; grandchildren, McKinley and Elijah; sisters, April and Paulette; brother, Patrick; and nieces and nephews. Her celebration of life will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday March 10, 2018, at the Gulf Pines Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in her name made to the Center for Great Apes, P.O. Box 488, Wauchula, FL 33873. You may express your condolences to the family at, www.lemonbayfh.com. Arrangements are by Lemon Bay Funeral Home and Cremation Services.NORTH PORTThere were no deaths reported in North Port Friday. DESOTOThere were no deaths reported in DeSoto Friday. OBITUARY POLICY Obituaries are accepted from funeral homes only. An abbreviated death notice can be published for $30. Full obituaries and repeat death notices will be subject to an advertising charge. Obituaries must be received by 2 p.m. for Tuesday through Saturday publication. For Sunday through Monday publication deadline is 3p.m. Friday. In Loving Memories must be received by 2 p.m. for Tuesday through Friday publication. For Saturday through Monday publication deadline is noon on Friday. The American flag accompanying an obituary indicates a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. Please send emails to obituaries@sunletter.com.ENGLEWOOD „ Lise Johnsen Yust was an artist and business owner and someone who embraced the Englewood community wholeheartedly. Yust, 62, died Wednesday after a long battle with stage 4 cancer. Keep it upbeat,Ž her husband Frank Yust asked all those who knew and remember his wife of 35 years. They “rst met when he owned Englewood Bowl and she worked there. She was there always „ for everyone „ never hesitated to get involved with children and grandchildren,Ž he said Friday. She was always involved in community activities, always ready to help anyone.Ž Yust served on the Englewood Community Redevelopment Area Advisory Committee, the Olde Englewood Village Association and the Lemon Bay/Myakka Trail Scenic Highway Committee. Yust participated with Englewoods Christmas Card lanes, the initial Halloween Safe Walks on West Dearborn Street, Bay Heights Park and other community cleanups. She liked to work behind the scenes, doing what she could,Ž recalled Debbie Marks, Englewood CRA manager. Marks remembers Yust for her generosity, such as providing graphic artwork for community causes and designing the Olde Englewood Village Associations original logo. I am in despair over her death, but thankful and joyous for her life and all she gave us,Ž Bret Clark said. He and Yust served on the highway advisory board. She was a driving force and determined to get things done,Ž Clark said. Taylor Meals, president of the Olde Englewood Village Association, said, She was an asset (to the Englewood community). She was always willing to help.Ž Yust was the best friend of Meals wife, Cindy, for 18 years. She made me feel like Englewood was home,Ž Cindy said, recalling when she was new to Englewood and they “rst met. She was a great lady.Ž Yust and Meals enjoyed playing golf, bowling and playing poker together. Yust really enjoyed playing golf, her family and friends said. On Feb. 2, Yust joined her group, The Calendar Girls,Ž for an 18-hole round of golf at the Myakka Pines Golf Club. Yust didnt know whether she was well enough or would be able to play all 18 holes. She did and shot an 87, Meals said.An artist at heartYusts artistic expression could be seen in Designer Tees, a business she owned and operated from the 1980s to 2004. Yust was selected Floridas Ducks Unlimited Sponsor Artist from 1998 to 2000. Her seascapes are posted on Boca Grandes Hughes Gallery website at hughesgallery.net. At the time of her death, she was working on a specialty Florida license plate to save the states lighthouses. She was also working on a painting of an abandoned pickup truck she spotted in Englewood. Her paintings are realistic, often super-realistic in their texture and detail. She was self-taught,Ž her sister April Prince said. She had a scholarship to the University of Toronto, but she preferred to move down here with the family.Ž Born and raised in Canada, Yusts parents kept a winter home in North Port. The family moved permanently to the area in 1979. Her love for animals, preservation and the environment is easily seen two large portraits of the gorilla and an orangutan. A truly magni“cent Orangutan! cared for and loved by the volunteers at the Center for Great Apes in Wauchula, Florida,Ž Yust posted on her Facebook page. I loved painting him!!!Ž In lieu of ”owers, the family is asking for donations be made to Center for Great Apes, P.O. Box 488, Wauchula, FL 33873. Yust is survived by her husband, Frank; her sons, Jordan and Colby; grandchildren, McKinley and Elijah, nephews and nieces; her two sisters April and Paulette; and her brother, Patrick. A celebration of life is scheduled 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. March 10 at the Gulf Pines Memorial Park, 2401 Englewood Road. Arrangements are by Lemon Bay Funeral Home and Cremation Services. Expressions of condolences can be made at www.lemonbayfh.com.Email: reilly@sun-herald.comLise Yust, 62, remembered for generosity, talentBy STEVE REILLYSTAFF WRITER PHOTO PROVIDEDLise Yust SUN PHOTO BY STEVE REILLYLise Yusts love of art and preservation on these two paintings. Yust, an active member of the Englewood community, died Wednesday. Memorials in the Sun Honor your passed loved ones anytime with a personalized memorial tribute. Call (941) 206-1028 for rates. JAMES W. MALLONEE, P.A. LAW OFFICE JAMES W. 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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 19 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSBefore Thanksgiving, 10-year-old Hula Baker and her sister were traveling on Interstate 75 with their dad when they got into a rollover crash. Hula was the first one to get out of the vehicle, and the next thing she did was rescue her sister. On Thursday, Hula was honored at the Do the Right Thing Ceremony, put on by the Punta Gorda Police Department, for her heroism. The program recognizes five local Charlotte county children each month for their achievements in academics, athletics, community service, conservation or any other effort in which a child is trying their best to do the right thing.Ž Hula tried hard to help her father get out of the vehicle, but he was stuck and injured badly. When emergency personnel, Hula stayed close to her sister and protected her. Their dad passed away from the injuries he sustained. Hula, it sounds to us like you are a true hero for doing everything you could to help save those you love in that very scary time,Ž Cpl. Anthony Pribble said at the ceremony. Not only then, but now that you are healing and trying to help your family heal and still helping in the classroom and in life, you should be so very proud of yourself.Ž Sergio Ponce, a sophomore at Port Charlotte High School was honored for his dedication to his schooling and his volunteerism. Sergio is devoted to his church, New Life Christian Center where he volunteers,Ž Pribble read from Sergios nomination. He is also very dedicated to helping the football players and cheerleaders of the Port Charlotte Bandits. Sergio, who is a sophomore at Port Charlotte High School, spent his weekends helping raise funds, give water to players and just fills in wherever needed.Ž Other students were honored for their honesty after finding money and turning it over to authorities. Nekhi Summersett, a third-grade student at Neil Armstrong Elementary, found $40 on the ground at the Charlotte County Fair. Rather than keep the money for himself, he returned it to a fair worker. Elijah Pearson turned in money he found in the hallway at school, feeling someone may need it for their lunch. Seth Ellis turned in a wallet „ containing cash and no identi“cation „ he found while walking to school. Each student received a trophy, gift certi“cates from local businesses and a key to the city of Punta Gorda.Email: aeasker@sun-herald.com Do the Right Thing honors kids for heroism, honesty, volunteerismBy ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITER SUN PHOTO BY ANNE EASKERNehki Summersett, 10, holds his Do The Right T hing trophy he earned for returning $40 he found at the fair. Summersett was supported by his family at the ceremony Thursday. ENGLEWOOD „ After 40 years of giving guided tours, John Close retired, only to do it for free for one local charity. Close, who lives in England part of the year and Englewood the other, learned the New Paradigm Catholic Charities wanted to offer a fundraiser trip for two to Ireland. However, the board believed logistics of a trip to Dublin and Galway would be challenging. Thats when they turned to Close, who has attended the annual New Paradigm Teach a Man to Fish fundraiser for the past “ve years. I learned about New Paradigm from Dr. Paul Powers whom I golf with, and he invited me to attend the a gala,Ž Close said. I was so impressed of the story the guest speaker explained how New Paradigm helped a man and his family go from near homelessness to working on “nding their own home, that my wife and I kept going back to the galas. They are so successful.Ž Close said about six months ago, he was approached to help coordinate a trip to Ireland which would be raf”ed off at the March 10 Teach a Man to Fish Gala. He and his wife, Mim, said yes. Because I have done guided tours for 40 years, I said I would gladly do this trip for the New Paradigm group at no charge,Ž he said. Whats nice is I can help the lucky winner make the trip ”exible. If they want to stay longer or leave from a different airport, its “ne. I can organize the travel and other provisions.Ž The two-ticket package to Ireland, which includes airfare, transfers, hotels, and most meals, is one of the biggest prizes The New Paradigm of Catholic Charities has ever offered. There are 275 tickets available with 80 left. Tickets are for a $100 donation. People can buy a ticket even if they dont live locally,Ž said Kathy Nelson, program director for the Paradigm of Catholic Charities in Englewood. They can buy one and want to ”y out of Canada or Michigan. They would just have to alter the tickets for a small fee. The person can also extend the stay by a few days as well. Its really a big win for two people.Ž The winning ticket will be drawn at the Teach a Man to Fish Gala „ but the person doesnt have to be present at the seventh annual event. The gala begins at 6 p.m. March 10 at Englewood Elks Lodge 2378, 401 N. Indiana Ave. This years gala features a silent auction with three big-ticket items.Ž There will be a Carnival cruise for two auctioned off as well as a condo rental at Manasota Key. Proceeds from the Ireland tickets and gala sale help create a better quality of life for residents who are at risk of homelessness. We are already planning a trip to Rome and Tuscany City to be sold and raf”ed at next years gala,Ž Close said. The New Paradigm of Catholic Charities works with parents and children to help transition them into permanent housing after a two-year stay in one of 15 properties in Charlotte County. While the family lives in the transitional housing for two years, the parent(s) undergo budgeting lessons, parenting classes and have monthly inspections of the homes. Because the rent is low, parents are encouraged (if they want) to go to college to better their career opportunities. They also can save up for a down payment on their own home. The parent must be employed full time and motivated to make changes in their life toward the goal of becoming self-suf“cient,Ž Nelson said. New Paradigm partnered with Catholic Charities last year to expand services to all of Englewood and offer housing and career opportunities in Sarasota County in the future. Kathy and her husband, David, owned a real estate agency and later created the New Paradigm Foundation after they found themselves paying “rstand last-months rent and security for struggling couples. They helped make one-time auto or insurance payments or driver license renewals to help individuals get back on their feet. Much like New Paradigms mission in helping prevent homelessness, Catholic Charities oversees the operation of an emergency intake portal, the North Port Family Haven, for homeless families with children. Homeless families with children residing in South Sarasota County receive intake, stabilization, emergency housing, master care management and referral services. Tickets for the Ireland trip are available to pay by check or credit card by calling 941-681-2194. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. gala are $65 per person for the semi-formal event. For more information on either event, call 941681-2194 or visit dioceseofvenice.cincyregister. com/“sh2018.Email: eallen@sun-herald.comIreland trip for two up for grabsBy ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHCOMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR AS WE WORSHIP HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH, ELCASat. 5:30pm & Sun. 10:00amBible Study Times: Sunday 9am & Wed. 6:30pm14200 Hopewell Ave, Pt. Charlotte, FL941-697-2345 www.hopelutheranpc.org SERVING GOD AND SHARING CHRISTS LOVE WITH ALL. Come, be part of our family! Northside Christian Church685 North Indiana Ave. (776), Englewood, FL941-474-4437 Sunday School................9:00AM Worship Service.............10:00AM Bible Study, Wed............7:00PM Rotonda West Community Church501 Rotonda Blvd W, Rotonda, FL Dr. Michael McLerren PastorSunday worship is 10:30 a.m. Nursery provided for up to age 5941-697-2100 St. Francis of Assisi Catholic ChurchMasses: Weekdays: 8:15 am Sat: 3:00pm, 4:30pm (Jan. thru Easter) 4:00pm (Easter thru December) Sun: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00 Noon (Jan thru Easter) 8:00am, 10:00am (Easter thru December) Sacrament of ReconciliationSaturday 3:00 pm Rev. Richard York, Pastorwww.sfoachurch.com5265 Placida Rd., Grove City 941-697-4899 REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH & CHILD CARELCMSPastor Jim KressSunday Worship 9:15 AM Sunday School 9:15 AM Adult Bible Class 8:30 AM 6465 Mayport St., Englewood 941-475-2410 „ www.redeemer” .com 551 Rotonda Blvd. West941-6973313Email: o ce@alivingfaith.org www.alivingfaith.org Sunday Worship 8:30 am & 10:30 amThe Rev. Dr. Brian Armen, Pastor Community Presbyterian ChurchRev. Dawn Mayes, PastorSunday Worship 10:00 a.m.If you are looking for COMMUNITY, youll “ nd it here!941-474-9579 www.cpcenglewood.com 405 S. McCall Rd., Englewood, FL 34223 1379 McCall Rd (Gulf Cove) Port Charlotte, FL 33981 941-828-1910 Rev. Earl Schmidt Worship at 8:00 & 10:00 am Sunday School at 9:15 am Fellowship 9:00-10:00 amof SWFL (LCMS) Trinity Lutheran Church Early Worship 8:30am Main Worship 10:30amWorship Center Now Open! 140 Rotonda Blvd. West 941-474-SHIP (7447) fcenglewood.comNEW Pastor Tim DavisSunday Worship, 9:30 am Lemon Bay High School Performing Arts Center, 2201 Placida Rd, 941-380-1388 Follow Our Live Stream at www.alwcenglewood.comMinistry FIRST!Ž ST. DAVIDS EPISCOPAL CHURCH SUNDAY WORSHIP Service 8am & 10amThe Rev. Vickie McDonald474-3140 401 S. Broadway stdavidsenglewood.org EAT € PRAY € LOVE Calvary Baptist CHURCHJohn M. Boutchia III Senior Pastor Sunday School 9:45am Sunday Worship 11:00am & 6pm Englewood Bible Hour Wed. 7pm Youth Group & Kids Wed. 6:30pm75 Pine St. 475-1555€ www.calbaptist.net 11050 Willmington Blvd. Englewood,FL www.wcbaptistchurch.org € (941) 475-5363Sunday Worship Morning Worship 10:15 am Evening Worship 6:00 pm Pastor: Rev Clif Burritt PENTECOSTALS OF ENGLEWOOD UPC3650 N. 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Page 20 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com 3000 NOTICES 3112 FICTITIOUS NAME 03 / 03 / 20 1 8 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Beckys Garden Shoppe located at 26450 Elliot Street in the County of Charlotte in the City of Punta Gorda Florida 33950 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Punta Gorda Florida, this 27th day of February, 2018. Rebecca Hinson-Copenhaver Publish March 3, 2018 110833 3555487 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Healing Hands Gifts located at 25486 Palisade Road in the County of Charlotte in the City of Punta Gorda Florida 33983 intends to register the said n ame with the Division of Corpo rations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Punta Gorda Florida, this 1st day of March, 2018. Healing Hands Gifts Publish March 3, 2018 110833 3555362 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Molinas Professional Cleaning located at P.O.Box 495984 in the County of Charlotte in the City of P ort Charlotte Florida 33949 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Charlotte Harbor Florida, this 28th day of February, 2018. Cynthia Molina Publish March 3, 2018 110833 3555073 3128 NOTICE OF PERMIT PUBLI C N O TI C E SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Notice is hereby given that the Southwest Florida Water Management District has received an Environmental Resource Permit Application Number 760612, from Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners, 18500 Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte, FL, 33948. Application Received: February 16, 2018 Proposed Activity: Roadway Widening in Charlotte County Project Name: Burnt Store Road Widening … Phase II Project Description: Widen existing 2-lane roadway from north of Zemel Road to south of Scham Road to a new 4lane roadway. Provide stormwater management syst em for roadway improvements. Project Size: 164.3 Acres Location 1: Section: 32, 33 Township: 41S Range: 23E County: Charlotte Location 2: Section: 4,5,8,9,16,17,20,21 Township: 42S Range: 23E County: Charlotte Outstanding Florida Waters: No Aquatic Preserve: No The application is available for public inspection Monday through Friday at 7601 U.S. Highway 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33637 or through the Application & Permit Search ToolsŽ function on the Districts website at www.watermatters.org/permits/. Interested persons may inspect a copy of the application and submit written comments concerning the application. Comments must include the permit application number and be received within 14 days from the date of this notice. If you wish to be notified of agency action or an opportunity to request an administrative hear3128 NOTICE OF PERMIT ing regarding the application, you must send a written request referencing the permit application number to the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Regulation Bureau, 7601 U.S. Highway 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33637 or submit your request through the Districts website at www.watermatters.org. The District does not discriminate based on disability. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation under the ADA should contact the Regulations Bureau at 813-985-7481 or 800-8360797, TDD only 800-231-6103. Publish: 02/27/18, 03/03/18, 03/08/18, 03/11/18 163352 3552898 3130 NOTICE OF SALE N O TI C E O F PUBLI C S ALE: A -1 TOW SERVICE LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and in tent to sell these vehicles on 03/15/2018, 12:00 pm at 2021 TAMIAMI TRL PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950-5919, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. A-1 TOW SERVICE LLC. reserves the right to accept or rej ect any and/or all bids. 1FMZU32X8XUB67728 1999 FORD 1FMZU34E8XZB84107 1999 FORD 1G1ZS52F14F128517 2004 CHEVROLET 1GNCS18W02K119994 2002 CHEVROLET 1J4FX58S5TC397291 1996 JEEP 1LNFM87A56Y606167 2006 LINCOLN 1LNLM82W0RY772428 1994 LINCOLN 1N4AL11D65C277945 2005 NISSAN 1N4AL11D86C143178 2006 NISSAN 2C3CDXCT1EH338790 2014 DODGE 2C4RC1BG5CR344612 2012 Chrysler 4T1BE32K52U550909 2002 TOYOTA 4T1BE46K67U683380 2007 TOYOTA 4T1CE30P18U761634 2008 TOYOTA JH2PE05357M508817 2007 Honda JT2BF22K8X0152547 1999 TOYOTA KNADN5A36D6196616 2013 KIA KNAFK4A64E5144849 2014 KIA KNDJD733835096314 2003 KIA YV1TS94D711208746 2001 VOLVO Publish: March 3, 2018 380480 3547993 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! O n 3/15/2018 at 8 : 00 AM an auction will take place at 19500 PEACHLAND BLVD. The vehicles which will be auctioned include: 1FTNW21PX4EB22515 2004 FORD 2MEFM74W0YX624530 2000 MERC 5NPDH4AE4DH389388 2013 HYUN JH4CL96836C031769 2006 ACUR W DBWK54F97F141090 2007 MERZ Please be advised, per F.S. 713.78 that a newspaper ad must be published for 1 day in a newspaper of general circulation (daily or weekly circulation) which has been in circulation for at least 1 year. The advertisement must be published at least 10 calendar days prior to the date of sale, in a newspaper of general circulation in the county in which the sale is t o be held. The 10 calendar days do not include the date of the adv ertisement nor the date of the sale. Publish: March 3, 2018 362632 3553359 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE : Talon Towing and Transport LLC gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehi cles on 03/18/2018, 10:00 am at 5085 Pan American Blvd North Port, FL 34287, pursuant to sub section 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. Talon Towing and Trans port LLC reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 1GDK7H1M7VJ513070 1997 GMC Publish: MARCH 3, 2018 357662 3554941 3138 OTHER NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the undersigned, as Chief of Police, City of Punta Gorda, Charlotte County, Florida, under and by virtue of Florida Statue 705, will be disposing of the following unclaimed item(s) to wit: US Currency, Pamela Davis Chief of Police City of Punta Gorda Savino Marotti Evidence Tech Publish: March 3, 10, 2018 401485 3554446 Its the height of season and time for awards, restaurant growth and menu expansion, from Punta Gorda to North Port.Chef Jeanies on a rollChef Jeanie Roland hasnt rested on any laurels since besting the shows namesake on Beat Bobby FlayŽ in 2015. Id rather not think Im that good,Ž she said. That way, I keep pushing myself every day.Ž Once again, her and husband James Roland s casually elegant The Perfect Caper has been recognized as one of Floridas 100 best places to dine, this time in Florida Trend magazines 2017 Golden Spoon Hall of Fame. This is the second time the Marion Avenue restaurant has won a niche in the Hall of Fame. It marks its ninth Golden Spoon overall since 2009. What does it take to keep winning Golden Spoons year after year? Basically, Florida Trend restaurant editor Chris Sherman steals into your restaurant, unannounced „ sometimes at an odd hour like 4:30 in the afternoon. He polishes off, for example, seared foie gras with huckleberry sauce on grits and Duck Deux Faons (no mean feat for early bird), wipes his lips and murmurs, Oh, my God.Ž The only way to prepare for such visits, according to Chef Jeanie? I really dont pay attention. Its either going to happen or its not.Ž In other words, the Capers always ready. In June, Chef Jeanie will also publish a cookbook, six years in the making. Called Butter, Love and Cream,Ž it honors not only two of her favorite ingredients but also the love that she believes must be an essential part of cooking. She predicts another Roland restaurant within the next three years, in Florida or Rhode Island. And the Food Network just announced that Chef Jeanie is one of seven rising stars battling for the chance to gain the only culinary title that matters: Iron Chef,Ž in the six-episode Iron Chef Gauntlet,Ž premiering Apr. 4. I still feel that my best is yet to come,Ž said the chef. The Perfect Caper ($$-$$$), 941-505-9009, 121 E. Marion Ave., behind the mural with the fully set table, is open Tuesday to Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4:30 to 9 p.m., Friday to 10 p.m., Saturday 4 to 10 p.m., Sunday 5 to 9 p.m. and Monday 4:30 to 9 p.m.Mata family Mexican restaurants are in the PinkOwner Vicente Mata and his father, Jose, had their work cut out for them transforming the old Stuff-A-Belly Diner, sunk under health code violations, and its successor, North Port Family Restaurant. It took eight months for their Blue Tequila Mexican Restaurant & Cantina to open its doors at 14525 Tamiami Trail in 2015. The Matas “nally succeeded, resoundingly. As Vicente put it, Our customers have been great about supporting us.Ž Now, the Mata family has taken its Tequila Mexican restaurants to the next level. Blues sister restaurant, Pink Tequila Mexican Restaurant, Grill & Cantina opened Monday in Shoppes at North Port at Price and Toledo Blade boulevards, in the former Cluck-U Chicken and Broadway Tonys location. That this time it took only seven months no doubt bodes well for the new eatery. On whether there will be more tequila-colored cantinas ”owing into the area, Vicente said, I already have the concept for another Tequila. It will always be a Tequila.Ž Pink Tequila ($-$$), 941-564-6644, 1163 N. Toledo Blade Blvd., is open Monday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday to 10 p.m., and Sunday noon to 8 p.m. Small Plates get BiggerIt didnt take long for Chef Robert Moltzans Tapas 1 to expand beyond its early-days quick bites and small plates. Chef Bob and partner Kim Clark have launched a frequently sold-out series of beer pairings and international wine dinners. For those who miss Moltzans full-on dinner prep skills at Punta Gordas Wyvern courses include the likes of lasagna Bolognese with house-made pasta verde, or duck in beer and orange sauce over green rice with peas. For tickets and information on upcoming dinners and a Sunday brunch later this month, visit Tapas 1 on Facebook @tapas1restaurantandwinebar. Tapas 1 ($-$$), 941876-3404, 1083 N. Toledo Blade Blvd., is open Tuesday to Thursday 4 to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday to 10 p.m. € € € Punta Gordas Chef Keith Meyer firmly believes that Americans just plain eat too much. To do his part reducing their portions, hes always provided a less is moreŽ menu of impeccably prepared entrees, affordable small plates and plates for sharing, at both Trabue and F.M. Dons. But since January, hes worked up more menu for hungry Sunday brunchers. Every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., F.M. Dons serves a dozen new gourmet brunch items, including Bouillabaisse and Frittata Italiana, along with mimosas and a bloody Mary bar bursting with fresh local accoutrements.Ž F.M. Dons ($$-$$$), 941-637-8800, 201 W. Marion Ave., is open Sunday to Wednesday 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Thursday to Saturday to 10 p.m. Send restaurant and bar news and recommendations to columnist Sue Wade at suewade47@aol.com. Average price ranges are $ = inexpensive (under $10), $$ = moderate ($11-$30), and $$$ = pricey (over $30), including tip and beverage.More Golden Spoons, margaritas, menus SueWADECOLUMNISTTHE SCENE PHOTO PROVIDEDThe perennially award-winning Chef Jeanie Roland takes another Golden Spoon Hall of Fame spot.SUN PHOTO BY SUE WADEVicente Mata and mom Natalia celebrate the opening of his second North Port Tequila Mexican restaurant: Pink Tequila.PHOTO PROVIDEDGuests listen intently to Chef Bob at Tapas 1s sold-out French wine dinner.SUN PHOTO BY SUE WADEPink Tequila is decorated with more gallery-quality folkloric art by Mexican artist Rodrigo Onate Roco, but in a softer palette than Blue Tequilas.PHOTO PROVIDEDF.M. Dons general manager Nate McKelvy shops the Saturday Downtown Farmers Market for the bloody Mary bars fresh array of Sunday Brunch garnishes. 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Page 22 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS NORTH PORT „ As students played at Imagine School in North Port, they had no idea their principal had a surprise for them. On Friday afternoon, Imagine lower school Principal Aleischa Coover was joined by instructional coach Alison Brannacik in reading Great Day for UP!Ž from the schools rooftop. Brannacik decided she wanted to do something special for Dr. Seuss birthday and Read Across America. Ive worked here for nine years and I think Dr. Seuss day is so important for reading,Ž Brannacik said. Brannacik said Imagine is always looking for ways to step it up when comes to reading and getting the kids at school involved. Fridays read-along was well-received with students clapping and cheering for Coover as she read. This is an awesome idea for kids to keep motivated and excited,Ž Brannacik said. Coover echoed similar sentiments, despite her initial hesitation to read from on top of the school building. Coover said the school has plans to do it again next year, and called it the “rst reading from the rooftop. Anytime we do something new we want to ingrain into our (schools) culture,Ž Coover said. Coover said she is happy any time she can get in front of students and show them something different. While the reading from the rooftop is new to students, Brannacik said every year for Dr. Seuss birthday she dresses up and reads to students. Both Coover and Brannacik worked together to choose the book, and the pair hadnt even realized that the title they chose had to do with getting up and going up. We didnt even think about it,(and) it worked out,Ž Brannacik said. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comImagine School principal reads from rooftopBy ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER SUN PHOTO BY ALEXANDRA HERRERA Omar Patricio loads hoists a powdered sugar bag into the elephant ears stand for this weekends San Pedro Community Festival. Annual San Pedro community festival this weekend Students and teachers at Imagine North Port wave as Instructional Coach Alison Brannacik takes a photo of the school following the reading. SUN PHOTOS BY ALEXANDRA HERRERA Imagine School Instructional Coach Alison Brannacik and Principal Aleischa Coover read from the roof on Friday afternoon. Quality, affordable healthcare at your reach Preventative Primary care € All diagnostics under one roof Silver Sneakers activities € Social and educational events Transportation available Dr. Sadiya Farooqui941-735-5343 We accept Original Medicare Humana HMO/PPO plans Most commercial plans and more! Call us to schedule your tour today and receive a Publix $10 Gift card. 4125-2 S. Tamiami Trail Venice, FL 34239 Joining March 19Dr. Rose Bez ADNO=54531804 ENGLEWOOD ELKS401 N. Indiana Ave Patsy & Majella & the Irish Step Dancers Open to the Public!(Mon-Fri 9am to Noon only)Date: Saturday, March 17th Buffet Served at 5:30-7:00 Cost: $15 + Tax Buffet choices are: Corned Beef & Cabbage, Boiled Potatoes, Shepherds Pie Soda Bread, Salad, DessertCall to secure your reservation now!941-474-1404 Coming March 31thBeach Boys Tribute$25(plus tax)Tickets on sale Mon. March 12th adno=54529260

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Page 24 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS VENICE „ Silver metal gleams in the sun as dozens of people pose for photos, taking in its 1929 vintage propellers, leather seats and large embossed letters. The Ford Tri-Motor is not the latest feature in a museum, but instead an exhibit come to life at the Venice Municipal Airport. Its history,Ž said Ted Elkins, a Cape Coral resident. Its one of the first passenger planes and its back when things werent so big of a hassle as it is now. This is a lot more personal.Ž This weekend, adventure enthusiasts and history buffs alike have a chance to climb 18,000 feet in the air with one of the first mass-produced airplanes in the country. Rides are being offered until Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets for adults are $75 and children under 18 are $50. Tickets for the flight can be purchased on site, at 120 Airport Ave. W. in Venice. Dave Ross is the pilot for the weekend and has been with Experimental Aircraft Association the last six years, which brings the old-school planes across the country. Flying in the historic craft is just a fun part of history.Ž No one gets to see them very often. Most of these things are in a museum,Ž Ross said. With this, you can see it, you can feel what its like.Ž As the plane sits at the end of the tarmac while the engine revs, passengers look out the windows toward the quickly-moving blades. The planes cruising speed ranges from 80132 mph in the air, but still offers views of the Venice Pier, residences and Gulf of Mexico. Welcome to Venice airlines,Ž one of the flight volunteers joked onboard. The opportunity brings nerves for some and excitement for others. Anything older than me I become a little leery of,Ž said Cape Coral resident Emily Elkins. For some, riding in the plane is not only a way to travel back in aircraft history but also a little more personal. I grew up with a little two-seater and we would go up in it for little Sunday afternoon rides,Ž said Venice resident Dawn Swenson. I would rather be in a small plane than a large one, it makes you feel beyond (the feeling in a large plane, of) just going down the street in a car.Ž This is one of the few older planes Venice resident Doug Johnson has not had the chance to ride in yet. As a pilot, he appreciates the craft behind the aircraft and wants others to do the same. Ive ridden in other Ford motors and its great, I love the experience,Ž he said. Its a nice view of the area and you experience how aviation used to be. Its a chance to appreciate history and how far weve come.ŽEmail: lcoffey@sun-herald.com Historic flight takes off in VeniceBy LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITER SUN PHOTOS BY LAUREN COFFEYA 1928 Ford Tri-Motor plane readies for ight at the Venice Municipal Airport on March 1. The plane will be availible all weekend for interested riders. A view of the Gulf of Mexico o of Venice from the window of a 1928 Ford Tri-Motor. The plane will be available all weekend in Venice for 30-minute rides. The 1928 Ford TrI-Motor plane was upgraded in the 1960s but still has a vintage exterior. The plane can only travel about 80 mph. LetsGo!„Wednesdaysinthe SunItsallhere!Localtheaterlistings,entertainment,travel andmore.Dontmissit;letsgo! Less pain. More life.If your joints are aching for relief, count on Venice Regional Bayfront Health. We oer minimally invasive joint repair and replacement options that can mean shorter hospital stays, less pain, and a quicker recovery compared to traditional surgeries. At Venice Regional, youll “nd comprehensive orthopedic care in an environment where patients come “rst. Get on the road to relief today. Find a physician at VeniceRegional.com/Ortho. Patient results may vary. Consult your physician about the benefits and risks of any surgical procedure or treatment. adno=54528288 TRADE-IN TRADE UP TRADEIN TRADE UP Great Life Great Golf Great Tennis Call 941-497-1494 ext. 120 for details or email membership@plantationgcc.com JOIN VENICES BESTWINTER AND YOUNG EXECUTIVE MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE.Play at the home of LPGA Qualifying.Trade-in your local club membership and enjoy no dues until 2019.* plantationgcc.com € 500 Rockley Blvd., Venice, FL 34293 € 941-497-1494 Offer valid until April 30, 2018.*Some restrictions apply adno=54528147 2017 adno=54529626

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OUR TOWN: WHEELS INSIDE: CLASSIFIEDS SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 2018 Dear Car Talk: Is it a good idea to ALWAYS put on the parking brake? Does doing so keep the transmission from being stressed to hold the car in place? My son told me this, and I do believe him; it makes sense. But I just want to make sure. Most of my friends do NOT set the parking brake. If it really is a good thing to do, should I be advising them to do it also „ without sounding like a smarty-pantsŽ? Love your column. „ Ann To parking brake, or not to parking brake? Its not as simple as it seems, Ann. I guess my answer is that its a good habit to get into. Its a backup safety system. Assuming you have an automatic transmission, the parking brake is not needed to keep the car from moving, certainly not on ”at ground. But if, for some crazy reason, the car slipped out of gear (or, as is unfortunately too common, the driver forgot to put it in park), then the parking brake would prevent the car from rolling away, or „ even worse „ rolling over the driver as he or she tried to exit the vehicle. Thats a pretty good reason in itself to use the parking brake. The other advantage is that it can make it easier to get the car out of park when you park on a hill. When you park on a steep hill, after you put the car in park and take your foot off the brake, youve probably noticed that the car rolls down the hill a bit. That jams the transmissions parking pawl against its ratchet mechanism. That doesnt do any mechanical harm, but it can make it hard to get the shifter out of park when you want to drive away. If youre a parking-brake user, and you put the car in park and then apply the parking brake before you release the brake pedal, the parking brake will keep the car from rolling, and will make it easier to shift out of park and drive away. Just remember to shift the lever into gear before releasing the parking brake on your way out. Whats the downside of using the parking brake? Well, if you rarely use it, the cables can rust and stick in the onŽ position. Then youll have to get it towed and repaired. And the other downside is that you forget its on, and drive away smoking your brakes, wondering why the car doesnt seem to have its usual power. But Id say overall, I think its a good habit to get into. And kudos to the carmakers who are starting to make cars with parking brakes that apply themselves automatically when you put the car in park, so future generations wont have to struggle with this terrible moral dilemma, Ann. Last-ditch possible cheap fix for leaking radiatorDear Car Talk: I have a 1991 Mazda Miata that I bought new nearly 27 years ago. It has 230,000 miles on it and, believe it or not, is having its “rst problem: a leaky radiator. The radiator is leaking all around its top seam, so it needs to be replaced. My problem is that I cannot afford to do it right now. Ive been driving it with the radiator not full, because if I “ll it, it just leaks out. The temperature rises to normal and has never gone above that. Am I doing any damage? In a Quandary „ Ron Wow, 230,000 miles. Youre only 20,000 miles from the moon, Ron. The question is: Are you going to make it? Might be time to “re the retro rockets. If youre not currently overheating, then my guess is youre not driving very far or very fast. If you really heat up this engine, the cooling system wont be able to hold pressure, and the car will overheat. So keep that in mind, and dont plan Weighing the pros and cons of using the parking brake RayMAGLIOZZICAR TALK COLUMNIST Its hard to believe nine years have gone by since Rick Treworgy created the Muscle Car City Museum and “lled it with more than 220 Corvettes and Muscle Cars plus some vintage trucks and race cars. The 9th anniversary show was held in front and on the north sides of the former Sweetbay grocery building where 175 varied vehicles were on display. Ricks daughter, April Patchell, general manager, and Dina Modesto, former manager presented trophies. There were door prizes, including a 59 inch T.V. as the grand prize. The winner was a Port Charlotte resident owner of a 1940 Chevrolet. Spectators were everywhere including inside the museum where more than 160 Vettes and muscle cars are on exhibit. The layout allows visitors to see everything by walking in a big circle with cars on both sides. The lower than usual expected number of participants cars was partially due to three other car shows being held the same day. I urge owners to come back in the future for the third Saturday each month and the last Sunday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. for swap meets. Save the second Friday in July, 9 to noon, which will be Collector Car Appreciation Day. Todays You Auto Know column celebrates 10 years and 960 people being written about by yours truly. Lee has had more than 4,000 photos published. Thanks to everyone who helped us along the way, including you loyal subscribers and readers! Sadly, I must report the death of Marie Mazzeo, wife of Jow Mazzeo, a member of our club since 2006. He has had 10 different fully restored Cadillacs plus a well built 1936 Auburn Boattail Roadster that was chosen as the Publishers Choice Sun Newspapers Car Show last November. She passed away Feb. 23 after battling a serious illness for many years. Knowing her personally, I describe Marie as a Muscle Car City Museums 9th Anniversary LOS ANGELES „ McLaren doesnt make a lot of cars „ about 3,300 in 2017 „ or a lot of models. But what it makes is magic. Starting with the Sports Series, rising through the Super Series, and culminating in the Ultimate Series, the McLaren machines are highly intentional, purpose-built vehicles. They are designed to do one thing well „ to get around a race track very quickly. The company has its roots in racing, and even today advertises its cars by boasting, We use Formula 1 technology and expertise to create the most advanced sports cars in the world.Ž The trouble is, they do that so well that they dont do anything else very well at all. McLarens 720S is a marvel of this speed-specific design. Starting with a carbon fiber monocageŽ chassis, the engineers at the Woking, England, factory produce a 2,900-pound race car, driven by a 4-liter V-8 engine, that runs like a rocket. Capable of a top speed of 212 miles per hour, a zero-to-60-mph time of 2.8 seconds and a zero-to-100-mph time of 5.5 seconds, the rear-engine 720S is also equipped with McLarens proprietary adaptive suspension system and electro-hydraulic rack and pinion steering, and wears Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires. So it goes fast in a straight line and then seemingly faster through the turns, making a fast driver feel faster and an amateur feel less inadequate.Howd they make it street legal?By CHARLES FLEMINGLOS ANGELES TIMES TNS PHOTOThe McLaren 720S is a marvel of speed-specic design that runs like a rocket. INSIDE TODAYS WHEELS SECTION Bra Dazzle for mammogramsLocal sailors cross equatorWomens luncheon and tea For the eighth year, Dollars for Mammograms held a Bra Dazzle luncheon to raise money and awareness in a lighthearted way to the importance of getting a mammogram. Seepage 12. Port Charlotte residents Dan and Agnes Long are sailing around the globe since leaving Florida on Oct. 19, 2017. Seepage 15. The Rotonda West Community Churchs Womens Ministry recently enjoyed a luncheon and tea for members and guests. Their speaker was Shirley Ann Martin. Seepage 16.DETROIT „ Ford Motor Co. is making Miami-Dade County its new test bed for self-driving vehicles. The automaker and its partners „ Dominos Pizza, ride-hailing company Lyft and delivery company Postmates „ are starting pilot programs to see how consumers react to autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles. Self-driving startup and Ford partner Argo AI already has a ”eet of cars in the area making the highly detailed maps that are necessary for self-driving. Ford also will establish its “rst-ever autonomous vehicle terminal in Miami, where it will learn how to service and deploy its test ”eet. More services will likely be introduced as the partnership goes on, including Chariot, an app-based shuttle service owned by Ford. Its all part of Fords effort to “nd viable business models for fully autonomous vehicles and get them on the road by 2021. This is, I think, the future of any automotive company or mobility company. If a majority of the worlds population is going to be living in cities, we need to understand how to move those people around,Ž said John Kwant, Fords vice president of city solutions, who inked the deal with Miami-Dade. Ford isnt the “rst automaker to run test ”eets of autonomous vehicles. General Motors Co. will start testing autonomous vehicles in New York City this year, while Nissan Motor Co. is launching an autonomous taxi service in Yokohama, Japan, next week. Technology companies like Waymo „ a division of Google „ are also testing self-driving vehicles on public roads in Phoenix, San Francisco and Singapore, among other cities. But the partnership with a speci“c metropolitan is less common. Both sides envision a deep relationship where Ford can help Miami-Dade solve speci“c issues, like how to most ef“ciently move people from its suburbs to its Ford and Miami to form test bed for self-driving carsBy DEE-ANN DURBINAP AUTO WRITERMcLAREN | 3 SELF | 3 ROYSTON | 2 CAR TALK | 3 PHOTO BY DON ROYSTONRick Treworgy is the owner of Muscle Car City and his daughter, April Patchell, is the general manager. PHOTO BY LEE ROYSTONExcalibur, a spino similar to a real Mercedes of the 1930s.

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Page 26 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 2OUR TOWN WHEELS UPCOMING EVENTSToday, Saturday, March 3, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free Open Cruise In, Towles Plaza, 2705 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda. By Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America, SW Florida Region. Open to any year, make or model collector type car/truck/motorcycle including modified. No preregistration, simply drive in for a relaxing morning to kick tiresŽ, have free coffee and donuts and meet some local car guys and galsŽ. Information Lee 941-626-9359. Also today, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. also Sunday 11 to 5 p.m. iHeart Radios Rockin & Reeling on the Harbor Seafood Festival Collector Car Display by Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Fl. Region in our specially roped off area outside the fenceLive music all weekend, water ski shows and Elvis. Sunday water ski show live music. VMCCA coordinators Lee and Don Royston 941-626-4452 or 941-626-9359. Information for Collector Car Events: Larry Day of Lee County has Cruise In and show information from Naples to Sarasota and the east coast. Access his website: larrycruisinlist-swfl.com for all the details. Also for similar but somewhat different hobby happenings log on to www.musclecarcity.net. You may also contact the DJs: Tommy Brooks 941-815-6204 or Randy Wright 941-380-0650 of Toms Traveling Tunes. beautiful and gracious lady with extraordinary talent of being a world renowned artist. Many of her paintings are in collections of some wellknown people. In addition to being artistic, for 31 years was Joes wife, a mother, grandmother and a great grandmother. Anyone who met her was certainly treated as a friend. She will be truly missed by all who knew her. Don Royston is president of the Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region and may be reached at 941-626-4452 or leekr42@ embarqmail.com.ROYSTONFROM PAGE 1 Tommy Brooks, DJ of Toms Traveling Tunes, played music, made announcements and identied the trophy winners. Major Edward Binnix of the Salvation Army accepting a trophy from April Patchell for his 1965 Rambler. German Izetta, single cylinder of the '50s/'60s era Custom 1957 T-Bird station wagon built by Duane Johnson of Greentown, Indiana PHOTOS BY LEE ROYSTONSome of the 175 varied vehicles on exhibit Reproduction of the Shelby Cobra, a very popular, fast car Unusual Rat Rod A typical family car of the '50s, a 1955 Ford Sedan 1952 Willys M38 A1 Army Jeep adno=50531115 adno=50531407 LEASE YOUR HEARING AID€ Affordable $19 69 a month per aid€ Free batteries € 5 year loss & damage coverage € 5 year warranty € Replaced every 5 years € Purchase at any timeCall 627-04643095 Tamiami Trail, Unit B Port Charlotte, FL(between Olean & Elkcam Blvds)HEARING HEALTH CARE CENTERSwww.eartronics.comDr. Robert HooperBoard Certi“ ed Doctor of AudiologySince 1975 14 Day Risk Free Trial adno=50532636 In ConcertThe SoundŽWednesday March 7th € 6:30pm Faith Lutheran Church 4005 Palm Drive € Punta Gorda(941) 639-6309 These talented Christian musicians will provide a lively hour-long show of sing-alongs, old-time favorites, and more!...stay after for coffee and dessert! A free-will LOVE Offering will be taken to support this ministry 2639 PLACIDA ROAD ENGLEWOOD 941-460-8081MONDAY-SATURDAY 11AM-9PM LUNCH: 11AM-3PM HAPPY HOUR Every Day 3pm-6pm DOWNLOAD OUR NEW MONEY SAVING APP!Monday : Margarita Monday Tuesday : Taco Salad Wednesday : Wet Burrito Thursday : Thirsty Thursday Friday : Fish Fry Saturday : Shrimp, Shrimp & More Shrimp adno=54529624

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 27 3OUR TOWN WHEELSany road trips to Quito, Ecuador. Youll also want to keep a close eye on the coolant level. If it drops too low, you could overheat even on short, slow trips. And last time we checked, engines cost much more than radiators. So my “rst suggestion would be to use your credit card and “x it. If this is your only means of transportation for the foreseeable future, you might not want to risk it. If you really cant “x it now, you might as well try one of the radiator stop-leak additives you can “nd at your local auto-parts store. It works kind of like a blood clot: You put it in the radiator, and it circulates around; when it escapes through the leak (when it hits the air outside the leak), it hardens. And then it builds up until, if youre really lucky, it kind of patches the hole. Does it work? Sometimes. And for a while „ its not state of the art, Ron. Itd be like attaching pump-organ pedals to your heart instead of implanting an electronic pacemaker. But desperate times call for desperate, and really cheap, measures. So give it a try. If it doesnt work, all youve lost is eight bucks. And a delay of a few more Bitcoin trades until you can save up enough to replace the thing. Good luck. You want to buy a used car, but how do you “nd a good one? Car Talk can help! Order How to Buy a Great Used Car: Secrets Only Your Mechanic Knows.Ž Send $4.75 (check or money order) to Car Talk/Used Car, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. Got a question about cars? Write to Ray in care of King Features, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803, or email by visiting the Car Talk website at www.cartalk.com.CAR TALKFROM PAGE 1This wasnt my first McLaren. I had liked the 570S. I had really liked the 570GT. But this was by far the fastest and most powerful English sports car Id ever driven. During the week that I had the keys to the 720S, I experienced the Super Series car in a variety of settings. While the McLaren and I did not make it to the track, we did a fair amount of city driving, high-speed motoring and canyon carving. It was the last that I loved the best. Sitting low, tracking well, the knife-like sports car seemed to find perfect lines through the twisties almost intuitively, without much operator cerebration. I felt the full benefit of the cars traction control, stability control and seamless gearbox. Gurgling happily on the downshifts, and then roaring into the straightaways, the 720S twin turbo V-8 gave audible voice to its 720 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque. The 720S offers three driving modes „ Comfort, Sport and Track „ which alter settings in the powertrain, transmission and suspension. In Sport mode, the handling was perfectly dialed in for the Angeles Forest Highway sweepers. The route to and from the canyons, driving the 5, 210 and 14 freeways, was a less thrilling and less enjoyable experience. The lovely music from the V-8, even at cruising speed, made an imperfect experience out of listening to music or talking on the phone. More than one person asked me, Where are you?Ž when we spoke, and the otherwise quite good Bowers & Wilkins sound system was wasted on speeds above 60 mph. But it was the city driving that was most problematic, and urban conditions that exaggerated the 720S daily driver failings. The dihedral doors swoop open to reveal a spare interior, again reinforcing this cars intentions. The seats are minimally adjustable. The visibility is extremely limited. The infotainment and climate control systems both require paging through menus to make adjustments, which requires the driver to spend a lot of time looking at the screen instead of the road. (I was forewarned, sort of. The person who delivered the car said the infotainment system was intuitive.Ž In my experience, this is shorthand for, You will probably be able to figure it out, with time, but Im not going to explain it because its just too complicated.Ž) The rearview camera that appears in that screen helps considerably with backing and parking. So does the essential nose lift function, which will keep the 720S from scraping its chin on driveways. Thats a $2,510 upgrade on the 720S, and the model I drove had many other options. The lightweight wheels cost an additional $5,330. The rear aero bridge,Ž which like the standard front splitter and rear diffuser keeps the car grounded at high speeds, added $6,910, and the improved carbon fiber diffuser kicked it up an additional $7,270. There was more. A performance pack and carbon fiber pack, together, bumped up the suggested retail price by almost $22,000. Special seats added about $10,000. The Paris Blue paint job was $9,400. Totally totted up, the add-ons and options pushed the buy-in to $378,215 from $288,845. Unlike many of its rivals in the sports car world, McLaren is determined to make only sports cars. Executives have stated repeatedly that, though they added a more affordable line of 570 daily drivers in a bid to boost productivity, they will never build a sport utility vehicle „ which sets the company apart from other exotic car builders, such as Lamborghini and Bentley. That fact will probably be more important to potential 720S buyers than the suggested retail price. For those drivers, the essential detail about this car might be the icon that appears on the dashboard when Track mode is engaged. Its the icon of a race car driver, in reclining racing posture, dressed for the track in a helmet.McLARENFROM PAGE 1 TNS PHOTOThe McLaren 720S is a marvel of speed-specic design that runs like a rocket.downtown monorail, and Miami-Dade can offer solutions like dedicated lanes for automated vehicles or infrastructure projects like advanced traf“c lights that can send signals to connected cars. We want to be on the forefront of this because we want to give our people choices,Ž said Carlos Gimenez, the mayor of Miami-Dade County, which is home to 34 cities and 2.7 million people. Sherif Marakby, Fords vice president of autonomous vehicles and electri“cation, says the company also intends to work closely with local businesses. The company wants to learn, for example, how a ”orist might use an autonomous delivery vehicle. Autonomous vehicle technology is interesting, but its a whole lot more interesting with a viable business model,Ž he said. The city of Miami is the “fth-most congested in the U.S., according to a recent traf“c study by the consulting “rm Inrix. After more than a century of selling people vehicles, Kwant says Ford now wants to “gure out ways to move people more ef“ciently in order to cut down on that time in traf“c. Sam Abuelsamid, a senior research analyst with the consulting “rm Navigant Research, says Ford and others must “gure out how to make money on self-driving cars. If this does take off, if people do adopt automated vehicles and use them for ride-hailing, thats going to result in a decline in retail vehicle sales,Ž Abuelsamid said. They need to “gure out, if were going to have a decline in the number of vehicles we sell to consumers, how do we keep our business stable?Ž Kwant says the testing will also help Ford determine what its future self-driving vehicles need to look like and how they must perform. If you dont have steering wheels, how do you begin to use that package space? How do you begin to look different in terms of carrying more people?Ž he said. Ford wont say how many vehicles it will have on the road in MiamiDade, but says it will be Fords largest test bed for autonomous vehicles by the end of this year. All of the vehicles will have backup safety drivers. Dominos experimental vehicles arent even technically autonomous; theyre equipped to be, but for now they have actual drivers. The windows are blacked out so customers can experience how to get pizza from the car without dealing with a person. Miami will give Ford new challenges. Previously, it tested Dominos cars in suburban Michigan, where parking wasnt an issue. But in busy Miami Beach, the cars will have to “gure out where they can go to allow apartment-dwellers to safely retrieve their pizzas. An autonomous delivery vehicle from Postmates might have to switch between Spanish and English commands when it picks up a meal and delivers it to a customer. Self-driving Lyft vehicles will be tasked with mapping out the best places to wait for customers without causing more traf“c headaches. Kwant says Ford will announce more city partnerships as this year progresses. But MiamiDade was a natural, since it has good weather, lots of different urban and suburban terrain and support from Gimenez and other government leaders. Gimenez, who began talking to Ford in 2017 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, says hes not worried about consumer acceptance of self-driving cars. He thinks his community will embrace them as companies prove that shared autonomous vehicles can be cheaper and safer than regular ones. Gimenez says self-driving vehicles also can potentially improve traf“c ”ow without significant new investments in roadways. They can travel more closely together, for example, because theyre always watching the car in front of them and can brake automatically. Thats why Im really high on this technology,Ž he said.SELFFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOThis undated image provided by Ford Motor Co. shows a self-driving vehicle from Ford and partner Dominos Pizza in Miami, Fla. Ford is making Miami-Dade County its new test bed for self-driving vehicles. Ford and its partners, including Dominos Pizza and ride-hailing company Lyft „ are starting pilot programs now to see how consumers react to autonomous vehicles. 2018 McLaren 720S CoupeTimes take: A sweet street legal track car Highs: Drives like a pro, even with an amateur at the wheel Lows: Poor visibility and ergonomics for urban driving Vehicle type: Two-door, two-passenger sports car Base price: $288,845 Price as tested: $378,215 Powertrain: 4-liter V-8 twin-turbo gasoline engine Transmission: Seven-speed automatic Horsepower: 720 Torque: 568 pound-feet EPA fuel economy rating: 15 miles per gallon city / 22 highway / 18 combined Community Action Agency Board … March 15, 4:30 p.m., Room 226, William L. Little Health & Human Services Center, 2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-2576 Floodplain Management Plan Committee … March 5, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Suncoast Technical College, 4748 Beneva Road, Sarasota. Call 941-861-0917 HIV/AIDS Network of Southwest Florida (HANS) … March 5, 10 a.m.-noon., Suite 12, Community AIDS Network (CAN), 1100 N. Tuttle Avenue, (across the street from previous meeting site), Sarasota. Call 941-861-2729 Laurel, Osprey, Venice, Nokomis Community Health Action Team (LOVN CHAT) … March 9, 8:30-9:30 a.m., Venice Chamber of Commerce, 597 Tamiami Trail, Venice. Call 941-861-2730 Sarasota Tree Advisory Council … March 8, 3:30 p.m., Training Room First Floor, Administration Building, 1600 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-0827 Value Adjustment Board … March 16, 9 a.m., Commission Chamber, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5279Sarasota County announces 2018 neighborhood grants program Sarasota County has provided matching grant opportunities to help neighborhoods improve their leadership, character, safety, health, or environment through the Neighborhood Initiative Grant Now, Sarasota Countys Neighbor hood Services team is preparing to educate and inspire residents for the next round of grants. Ap plicants must attend a two-hour application seminar to be eligible for the program, which awards up to $10,000 in matching funds to a single neighborhood. Seminars will March and April. Program activity will continue dur ing the rest of the year with a series called Neighborhood Stories.Ž The stories will bring together grant recipients, subject matter experts and members of the Neighborhood Initiative Grant Advisory Committee to discuss a completed neighbor hood grant project. A sister program, the Sarasota County Neighborhood Challenge, will also be sharing neighborhood stories on March 7 at the Gulf Gate Library. Representatives from each of last years champion neighbor hoods will discuss the impacts of the neighborhood challenge on engagement, determination and vitality to their communities. For more information on the grant program or the Sarasota County Neighborhood Challenge, call the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-861-5000 or visit www.scgov.net (keywords: grants or neighborhood challenge). Open house on Floodplain Man agement Plan scheduled Since August 2016, Sarasota County has been working with a consultant to update its Floodplain Manage ment Plan, which helps identify Federal Emergency Management Agencys updated criteria. The plan sets goals to make the community On Monday, March 5, from 4:30-6:30 p.m., the public will have a chance to comment on the plan at the open house at Suncoast Technical Col lege, 4748 Beneva Road, Sarasota. Attendees can go to scgov. net (keywords: Floodplain Management Plan) to download and review the draft plan before the meeting. Comments can also be submitted to dabailey@scgov.net. representatives from the Southwest Florida Water Management District will be present to discuss the pro posed plan and answer questions. The three main improvements in the updated plan are the organization of community resources to reduce ing event to reduce the impacts of priority projects and programs with funding resources to manage the For more information, call the Sarasota Contact Center at 941-8615000.adno=54529995 adno=54533657

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Page 28 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 4OUR TOWN WHEELSAt Charlotte Sports Park, Florida Gulf Coast University held an event called Building Bridges Through Baseball, which was designed to create awareness of opportunities available for Charlotte County students through FGCU. Local and FGCU representatives, as well as Tampa Bay Rays representatives, spoke at the event. Game changer: bats, balls and books FGCU president Mike Martin spoke via a pre-recorded video. Neil Solondz, preand post-game announcer for the Tampa Bay Rays, and Chaim Bloom, senior vice president of baseball operations for the Rays. FGCU mascot Azul. FGCU pitcher Mario Leon talks about the schools baseball program.SUN PHOTOS BY DANIEL SUTPHINFormer Charlotte County School Board member Alleen Miller, Charlotte County Schools Superintendent Steve Dionisio, FGCU mascot Azul and Charlotte Stone Crabs General Manager Jared Forma Charlotte County Public Schools Superintendent Steve Dionisio. FGCU baseball Coach Dave Tollett speaks during the Building Bridges Through Baseball event. Tollett used to coach baseball at Charlotte High School. SNOWBIRD BASEBALL CLASSIC GAME SCHEDULEMajor League Baseball isnt the only game in town. Besides high school and Little League, nearly 50 college programs are playing locally. Time Location Away Home March 3 11 a.m. NCRP #9 Western Michigan U. St. Bonaventure U. 11 a.m. SCRP Babson College Heidelberg University Noon NCRP #10 Villanova University Dartmouth College 2:30 p.m. SCRP Babson College Otterbein University 3 p.m. NCRP #9 Georgetown U. Mount St. Marys U. 3:30 p.m. NCRP #10 Northeastern U. Dartmouth College 5:30 p.m. SCRP Heidelberg U. JV Otterbein U. JV March 4 10 a.m. SCRP Baldwin Wallace U. Babson College 11 a.m. NCRP #10 St. Bonaventure U. Western Michigan U. 11:30 a.m. NCRP #9 Dartmouth College Georgetown University 1:30 p.m. SCRP Baldwin Wallace U. Moravian College 2 p.m. IMG St. John Fisher College Otterbein University 3 p.m. NCRP #10 Villanova University Northeastern University March 5 11 a.m. NCRP #10 Mitchell College Heidelberg University Noon NCRP #9 Moravian College Bluffton University 1:30 p.m. NCRP #10 Mitchell C ollege JV H eidelberg Universit y JV 3:30 p.m. NCRP #9 Bluffton University Baldwin Wallace U. 4:30 p.m. NCRP #10 Otterbein University Moravian College March 6 Noon NCRP #10 Villanova University Western Michigan U. 1 p.m. NCRP #9 Heidelberg University Moravian College 4 p.m. NCRP #10 Georgetown University Northeastern University March 7 Noon NCRP #10 Western Michigan U. Georgetown University 4 p.m. NCRP #10 Moravian College Baldwin Wallace U. March 8 1 p.m. NCRP #10 Moravian College TBA March 9 10 a.m. NCRP #10 Otterbein University Keystone College Noon NCRP #9 Moravian College Heidelberg University 12:30 p.m. NCRP #10 Otterbein University JV Keystone College JV 2 p.m. SCRP Western Michigan U. Georgetown University 4 p.m. NCRP #10 Florida International U. Saint Josephs University 4 p.m. NCRP #9 Heidelberg University Kean University March 10 10 a.m. NCRP #10 Saint Josephs U. West ern Michigan University 10 a.m. NCRP #9 Baldwin Wallace U. Kean University 11 a.m. SCRP Heidelberg University Keystone College 1:30 p.m. NCRP #10 Western Michigan U. Florida International U. 1:30 p.m. SCRP Heidelberg U. JV Keystone College JV 2 p.m. NCRP #9 Saint Josephs U. Georgetown University 5 p.m. NCRP #10 George Mason U. Florida International U. March 11 10 a.m. NCRP #10 Keystone College Marietta College 11 a.m. NCRP #9 Amherst College Otterbein University Noon SCRP Georgetown University Saint Josephs U. 1:30 p.m. NCRP #10 Arcadia University Susquehanna U. 5 p.m. NCRP #10 Arcadia University Kean University 5 p.m. NCRP #9 Susquehanna U. JV Keystone College JV March 12 11 a.m. NCRP #9 Ohio Wesleyan U. Arcadia University Noon NCRP #10 Susquehanna U. Marietta College 3 p.m. NCRP #9 Ohio Wesleyan U. Susquehanna U. 3:30 p.m. SCRP SUNY Canton JV Arcadia University JV 4 p.m. NCRP #10 College of Wooster Keystone College 6 p.m. SCRP Gallaudet University SUNY Canton March 13 11 a.m. NCRP #10 Susquehanna U. College of Wooster Noon NCRP #9 Kean University Marietta College 1 p.m. SCRP SUNY Canton Ohio Wesleyan University 3 p.m. NCRP #10 Saint Josephs U. Notre Dame University 3:30 p.m. NCRP #9 Marietta College Arcadia University 3:30 p.m. SCRP SUNY Canton JV Ohio Wesleyan U. JV March 14 10 a.m. NCRP #10 Notre Dame Universit y Saint Josephs University Noon NCRP #9 College of Wooster Kean University Noon SCRP Arcadia University Ohio Wesleyan U. 3 p.m. NCRP #10 Florida International U. Rutgers University 3 p.m. SCRP Arcadia University JV Keystone College JV 4 p.m. NCRP #9 Amherst College Nichols College March 15 10 a.m. SCRP Nichols College Arcadia University 1 a.m. NCRP #9 Ohio Wesleyan U. Keystone College Noon NCRP #10 Marietta College Kean University 3 p.m. NCRP #9 Susquehanna U. North Central College 3:30 p.m. NCRP #10 SUNY Canton Marietta College 6 p.m. NCRP #10 Keystone College JV SUNY Canton JV 6:30 p.m. NCRP #9 Adrian College JV Susquehanna U. JV March 16 9 a.m. SCRP Ohio Wesleyan U. Nichols College 10:30 a.m. NCRP #10 Keystone College SUNY Canton Noon SCRP Susquehanna U. Nichols College 2 p.m. NCRP #10 Keystone College Adrian College 3 p.m. NCRP #9 North Central College Marietta College 5 p.m. NCRP #10 Adrian College JV SUNY Canton JV March 17 10:30 a.m. NCRP #9 Susquehanna U. SUNY Canton 11 a.m. NCRP #10 Marietta College Amherst College Noon SCRP North Central College Keystone College 2 p.m. NCRP #9 Amherst C ollege S usquehanna University 3 p.m. NCRP #10 Adrian College Denison University 6 p.m. NCRP #10 Adrian College JV Denison University JV March 18 Noon NCRP #10 Amherst College Denison University 1 p.m. NCRP #9 Adrian College North Central College 3:30 p.m. NCRP #10 College of Wooster Denison University 4 p.m. NCRP #9 Adrian College JV North Central College JV March 19 Noon NCRP #10 Denison University North Central College 4 p.m. NCRP #10 Denison University JV North Central College JV March 20 Noon NCRP #10 North Central College College of Wooster 3 p.m. NCRP #10 Nor th Central College JV College of Wooster JV March 21 11 a.m. NCRP #10 College of Wooster North Central College 2 p.m. NCRP #10 College of Wooster JV North Central College JV Venues: NCRP = North Charlotte Regional Park 1185 ODonnell Blvd, PortCharlotte, FL 33953 SCRP = South County Regional Park, 670 Cooper St, Punta Gorda, FL 33950 IMG = IMG Academy, 5500 34th St W, Bradenton, FL 34210 Source: Snowbirdbaseball.info; daily admission is $8 American Made benefitAmerican Made classic rock band is hosting a bene“t for Charlotte High School to raise money for musical instruments. The band has grown from 33 students to almost 100. The bene“t is being held Sunday, March 11, at the Port Charlotte Moose Lodge, 3642 Loveland Blvd., Port Charlotte. There is no cover charge and the Moose is open to the public. Entertainment schedule is as follows: The jazz band will play from noon to 1 p.m.; Andy G. from 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m.; American Made will be playing from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Hot dog and hamburger plates will be available for $5 a plate, while they last. There will be 50/50 raf”es and auction.Garden Club Flower ShowThe Punta Gorda Garden Club invites the public to a free Standard Flower Show Our Favorite Days,Ž from noon to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, March 13 at First United Methodist Church, 507 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. Included will be ”oral design, horticulture, botanical arts and educational divisions. For more information, call 941-916-9578.AAUW Punta Gorda/ Port Charlotte offers ScholarshipsThe Punta Gorda / Port Charlotte Branch of the AAUW (American Association of University Women) will offer unique scholarships to Charlotte County women who have had an interruption in their education. Instead of the more common awards to graduating seniors, to be considered for a scholarship, a woman must meet these three criteria: be a Charlotte County resident, be employed, and be enrolled or accepted into a degree seeking program. The scholarships of $1,000 each will be awarded to three women. These local scholarship applications are available now from the “nancial aid of“cers at Florida SouthWestern State College, Florida Gulf Coast University and Florida State College in Venice. On the local, state and national levels, AAUW has been the nations leading advocate in promoting education and equity for women and girls by offering scholarships and graduate-ships. For more information, call 508-878-9160. Due date for application submission is April 2.Great American Clean-UpIts time again for Charlotte Countys Great American Clean-Up. Interested individuals and groups are encouraged to participate in this annual event scheduled for Saturday, March 24 from 9 a.m. to noon. Meet at Cedar Point Environmental Park, 2300 Placida Road, Englewood, and clean up local parks which may include Cedar Point Environmental Park, Oyster Creek Environmental Park and/or Buck Creek Preserve. Trash bags, refreshments and T-shirts (to “rst 20 who register) will be provided. Just bring a commitment to help. Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center, Inc. is a nonpro“t organization serving the Charlotte Harbor area with environmental education, recreation, research and preservation land management. This Great American Clean-up is sponsored by Keep Charlotte Beautiful and the clean-up locations are a part of the Charlotte County Parks and Natural Resources Department. For more information and/or to register for the clean-up, call 941-475-0769. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 29 5OUR TOWN WHEELSThe Lemon Bay girls tennis squad visited North Port on Tuesday, defeating the Bobcats team during the afternoon. Mantas girls defeat Bobcats girls tennis SUN PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYALemon Bay senior Chloe DiDonato defeated North Port senior Juliane Scott 6-0, 6-2, during Tuesdays match. North Port senior Juliane Scott lunges for the ball in the tennis match against Lemon Bay senior Chloe DiDonato. NPHS freshman Felia Rizk serves to Lauren Maheu, Lemon Bay senior. Hailey Tucker, senior at Lemon Bay, returns a serve against North Port senior Katie Jones. Tucker won 6-1, 6-1.A competitive afternoon between Lemon Bay and North Port on Tuesday ended with the Mantas downing the Bobcats, 4-3, in tennis matches. Lemon Bay won three out of the “ve singles contests while the two teams tied in doubles matches. Lemon Bay boys best North Port SUN PHOTO BY MONICA AMAYANorth Port sophomore Alex Rizk returns the ball in his match against Lemon Bays Noah Pirreio. Above: North Port senior Ryan Warren lunges for the ball against Lemon Bays Josh Hutcherson. Lemon Bay sophomore Enrique Subero returns a serve against North Port senior Stevan Stojkovic. Noah Pirreio, Lemon Bay sophomore, defeated North Ports Alex Rizk 7-5, 6-4. adno=718996 ADNO=718742

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Page 30 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 6OUR TOWN WHEELS NORTH PORT „ The Heron Creek Middle School boys and girls track and “eld teams look like they could be a strong factor in the Sarasota County meet March 20 at North Port High School. The Patriots “nished second in both the boys and girls meet in a threeway meet with visiting Booker and Pine View on Thursday. Booker won the boys meet with 46 points to 37 for Heron Creek and 21 for Pine View. Pine View won the girls meet with 54 points to 37 for Heron Creek and 20 for Booker. Eighth-grader Teague Elsey was a double winner for the Patriots boys. He won the mile in 5:28 and came back to win the 800 in 2:22.42. He has a best of 5:28 in the mile. I led all the way (in the mile),Ž Elsey said. I think I had my best race in the 800 today. It felt good.Ž Elsey also was a member of the Heron Creek boys basketball which made the county “nal four playoffs in January. He also is a member of a travel team. Another Patriots boys standout was John Schwinne who won the 400 in 57.51 and was third in the 200 in 25.91. Rachel Harris was the top Patriots girls athlete Thursday. She won the long jump with a leap of 14-feet-5 1/4 inches and also won the 200 in 28.20. The Patriots girls 4 x 200 relay team won in 2:01.25. Booker won the boys meet mostly based on strength in the sprints and relays. Pine View won the girls meet with strength in the distance races. I think we did pretty well,Ž Heron Creek coach Kris Kinzel said. We had some problems with injuries today or we could have done better.Ž The Patriots boys tied with Woodland for “rst place in their “rst meet of the season and then beat both Venice and Brookside in their second meet. Heron Creek and McIntosh will be at Sarasota on Thursday and Woodland will host Brookside and Pine View the same day. Woodland captured the boys county championship last season.Heron Creek second in three-way track meetBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENT SUN PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYAThe Heron Creek Middle School 4x200m team: Sierra Spirk, Rachael Harris, Karly Sowers and Zoe OBrien, received rst place with a time of 2:01.25 ENGLEWOOD „ The Englewood SKY Storm middle school boys and girls soccer teams “nished the regular season undefeated as they defeated host Venice SKY Tuesday afternoon. The boys team rolled to an easy 5-1 victory and the girls blanked the hosts 3-0. The girls are 3-0-1 and the boys are 5-0-1. Now, the Florida Sun Coast League playoffs begin. Both teams had byes for the “rst round Thursday as they are the top seeds. Englewood Storms boys team took a 2-0 advantage by halftime and pulled away in the second half. They scored their last three goals in the last 15 minutes. Liam Porter, Nick Zidanavicius, Michael Greggs, Chris Lopez and Jaymn Kirkland scored the Storm boys goals. Matthew Martinez was in goal for the Storm boys. He had 14 saves and was outstanding. The Storm “red 13 shots on goal and Venice SKY had 15. Martinez saved all but one of the Venice SKY shots. Matthew was the MVP of the game,Ž said Storm boys coach Brian Pavluchuk. He had a fantastic game. Our defense was outstanding also and we had an all out effort.Ž The girls team also dominated their match. Jacoby Maldonado, McKenzie Kelly and Katie Holmes scored the Englewood goals and the Storm controlled most of the match. The SKY girls defense has been excellent this season as they have only allowed two goals scored on them this season. The “nals of the league tournament will be this coming week. Winners of Tuesdays matches will play Thursday for the championships. Following the soccer playoffs, the remaining sports on the Storm schedule for this school year are softball, tennis and golf. They both will host semi“nal matches Tuesday at the Englewood Sports Park. Both matches will start at 4 p.m.Storm boys, girls soccer teams win easilyBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENTNORTH PORT „ The Blue Jays and Tigers showed why they are the first-and second-place teams in the North Port Little Leagues major division with convincing victories at Atwater Community Park on Tuesday night. The Blue Jays raised its record to 5-1 and stayed in first place with a 17-6 victory over the Red Sox, now 2-4. Braddock Marshall was the starting pitcher and winner in the contest. After the Red Sox scored one run in the top of the first inning, the Blue Jays came back with five runs in the bottom of the first „ and kept that lead the rest of the contest. Marshall and C.J. Kemble both clubbed three hits. Kemble also had four RBIs. The game ended after four innings because of the 10-run rule. The Red Sox hit the ball well but couldnt stop the Blue Jays powerful offense. A.J. Hester, Bryce Sewalt and Bobby Timmons pitched for the Red Sox. Chris Wiseman, Hester and Eriq Masters made some big hits for the Red Sox. We hit the ball very well,Ž said Blue Jays manager Matt Mitchell. This might have been our best game overall so far (in the season.Ž The Tigers are now 4-2 after rolling past the Yankees (3-3) 16-6 in five innings. The game was close in the first part of the game before the Tigers pulled away for the victory. Devon Jackson was the starting pitcher for the Tigers, going 4 innings. Jordan Rodriguez pitched the final 1 1/3 innings. Noah Pierce led a balanced Tigers attack with three hits. Several Tigers had two hits. Were on a roll now,Ž Tigers manager Dave Santimauro said. Weve got 34 runs in the past two games.Ž The Tigers rolled past the Red Sox 18-6 last Saturday. Jaden GordenSummers led the Yankees attack with three hits. The Stone Crabs routed the Bulls 14-12 in minor division action Tuesday night. Major division games today have the Tigers and Rays playing at 1 p.m. and the Yankees taking on the Blue Jays at 1 p.m. In minor division action, the Hot Rods play the Bats at 1 p.m. The Scrappers take on the Stone Crabs at 3:15 p.m. and the Red Wings meet the Storm at 3:15 p.m. Games are played Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.Blue Jays, Tigers win big in Little League gamesBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENT Heron Creek Middle School eighth-grader John Schwinne nished the 400m event with a time of 57.00 seconds, to win rst place. adno=717512 Your 60s 80s Rock n Roll favorites withCalifornia Toe Jam LIVE in concert!Thursday, April 12, 2018Venice Community CenterADVANCE TICKETS: Reserved $27, General Admission $21DAY OF SHOW: Reserved $32, General Admission $267:00PM SHOWTIMEThe ingredient for this well loved band must be because of their time together. 33 years, with no end in sight, honing their seemingly endless song-list from the 60s-80s rock n roll era has made California Toe Jam band one of Floridas most celebrated bands for over three decades. 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Page 36 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 12OUR TOWN WHEELS Dollars for Mammograms serves women who in Englewood, Grove City, Cape Haze, Rotonda West, Placida, Boca Grande, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, North Port and Venice provides no-cost mammograms for those who are uninsured or under-insured and cannot afford the cost of a mammogram. For the eighth year, the non-pro“t held a Bra Dazzle luncheon fundraiser recently to raise money and awareness in a lighthearted way of the importance of getting a mammogram. For more information, call 941-474-2674.Bra Dazzle raises awareness and money for mammograms Sue Morgan of Grand Preserve on Lemon Bay playfully knocks on a wood bra made by a male and modeled by Realtor Brian Faro. SUN PHOTOS BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHDollars for Mammograms founder Rita Bertler, left, praises Martha Neher for her bra design which was modeled by Chris Bertler. Beverly Jordan, left, shared the cost of a Fireball bra, modeled by Brian Faro with Tiany Briggs. The bra was designed by a mammogram technican Julie Milton. Left: Sometimes just one bra isnt enough. Chris Bertler, son of Dollars for Mammograms founder Rita, models the bra at the recent event used as a way to raise awareness of the importance of getting a mammogram in a fun, light-hearted way. Pat Blanchette sticks a dollar bill into Brian Faros bra, a Realtor at Paradise Executive Real Estate, who modeled several bras at the event. This bra called Nail It was one of many on display during the event. Each year, locals decorate bras for Bra Dazzle which is in its eighth year. Nick Dzembo shows o the winning peacock bra to a full crowd at Jacaranda West during the recent Bra Dazzle event which raised money for mammograms. ROTONDA WATERFRONT SIX ROTONDA WATERFRONT LOTSAll In Newest Upscale White Marsh Neighborhood. NO FLOOD ZONES For Econ. Builds & No Flood Insurance. MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION Owner/Builder Retiring! NOW FROM $29,600. 941-769-0200 BUILD YOUR DREAM HOMETropical Paradise with Spectacular Views!270 Seawall w Patio & 33Ž Walkaround/Gas Torches Firepit/Dock/Lift/Mini Beach$575,000 920-676-5561 SaltwaterPOINT LOTŽ PENDING DEEP CREEK CONDO$87,500 2 bd, 2 baths ground ”oor unit, tile ”oors, new carpet in 2nd bdrm. You cannot beat this price!! Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty AFFORDABLE WATERFRONT LIVING!! GULF COVERiverfront Community 2/2/1 Waterfront Home With Pool Seconds to Myakka River Offered at a Phenomenal Price of $270,000 Call For Your Private Showing! Kelli or Maureen 941-625-7653 Ocean Partners Real Estate WATERFRONT LOTS NORTH PORT WATERFRONTLots from $44,900. Central € Peaceful Great View and Privacy for Your Future Home. 1500-4000 sq ft. 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PUNTA GORDA ISLES Luxury ground ”oor Villa, in Tarpon Cove. 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car gar. with lovely lake view. Spacious, over 2000+ sq ft open ”oor plan. Well appointed large kitchen. Lovely lanai, lots of storage. Immaculate. Great Price $325,000 FIRM PAT WALKER 941-276-4674 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY LAST BEST COMMERCIAL LOT! LAST BEST LOT AT MERCHANTS CROSSINGAlmost an acre at 1599 Placida Rd. (Rt. 775) Englewood across from Publix and Bealls. Water, sewer and turning lane in place. Ideal for multi-unit building(s), of“ce, or condos. Neighboring lots priced at $1.8 and $1.9 million dollars!!! Our  GIVE-AWAY-PRICE Ž only $379,000 with short term “nancing possible. 941-769-0200 POOL HOME ON CANAL 518 BOUNDARY BLVD. Rotonda West 3/2/2/Pool Home on Canal $333,900 Sharon Rodgers 941-716-7731 REALTOR Michael Saunders & Co. LOT FOR SALE ROTONDA SHORES 3415 ETHLYN LANE BACKS UP TO A 200+ ACRE WILDLIFE PRESERVE. NICE, QUIET, CLEAN NEIGHBORHOOD. ONLY $24,900 AND NO HOA FEES. 941-769-0200 CLEARED AND READY TO BUILD OSPREY WEST OF 413 Lots to Bay with Bay View and Access. Oak Canopys, Fishing Pier, 4 Parks, Upscale Homes $225,000 941-475-1379 IMPECCABLY MAINTAINED! HERITAGE OAK PARK-PC Lakefront 3/2, 2nd Floor Spacious 1,207 Sq. Ft Excellent Condition! Carport/Elevator$164,900 Barb McHenry 941-833-1667 Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty BURNT STORE MEADOWS! PUNTA GORDA $285,000 Built Strong In 2004, This Lovely, Beautifully Maintained 3 Bd, 2 Bath, 2 Car Gar, Pool And Spa Home Is Located In A Quiet Cul De Sac. Almost 1900 Sq Ft, Great Room Plan, Split Bedrooms, Nicely Landscaped. Can Be Sold Furnished!! Dont Miss Out!! Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realtyadno=719334

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 37 13OUR TOWN WHEELS 7745 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota941.922.2400 Prices are plus tax, tag, title & include rebates which are subject to change. Dealer also charges a pre-delivery service fee o f $799 which represents cost & pro“t to the dealer for items such as cleaning, inspecting & adjusting vehicles & preparing documents related to the sale or lease. D ealer not responsible for typographical errors. Vehicles may not be as pictured & are subject to prior sale. Financing is with approved credit. Residency rul es may apply. See dealer for details.www.SunsetDodgeChryslerJeep.comSERVICE HOURS: MON-SAT 7:00AM-6:00PM SALES HOURS: MON-FRI 8:30AM-7:00PM SAT 9:00AM-6:00PM Se habla Espaol, Bill Wagner 941-705-9095 NEW 2018 JEEP WRANGLER JK SPORT3.6L V-6, Automatic, A/C, 30Ž Dueler Tire Package, Deep Tint Sunscreen Windows, Command Trac Shift-on-the-Fly 4WD, Theft Deterrent, Speed Control, Sport Bar with Full Padding, 8-Speaker Sound System w/Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Fog Lamps and much more. #J18368$27,999 SALE NEW 2018 DODGE JOURNEY SESeven Passenger Seating, Power Windows/Locks/ Mirrors, Speed Control, Sunscreen Glass, 6-Speaker Sound System w/Touch Screen Display & Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Remote Proximity Keyless GO, Theft Deterrent System, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel & more. #D18143$16,999 SALE NEW 2018 DODGE CHALLENGER SXT3.6L V-6 w/8-Speed Automatic, 18Ž Satin Carbon Aluminum Wheels, Uconnect Apple CarPlay & Android Capable, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, 6-Speakers, Back-Up Camera, Keyless Enter & GO, Theft Deterrent, Auto Temperature Control, Power Seat/Windows/ Locks/Mirrors & more. #D18158$23,999 SALE NEW 2018 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LSafetyTec Grp w/Blind Spot Monitoring & Rear Cross Path Detection, ParkSense Rear Park Assist w/Stop, Back-Up Camera, 7-Passenger, Rear A/C wi/Heater, Keyless Enter-N-Go, Speed Control, Voice Command w/Bluetooth Price inc $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #C1810$23,999 SALE NEW 2018 CHRYSLER300 TOURING 3.6L V-6, Back-Up Camera, Keyless GO, HD Sat Radio w/6-Speaker Sound System, Speed Control, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Power Seat/Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Apple CarPlay/Google Android Capable, Aluminum Wheels, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Auto Temp Control & more. #C1866$21,999 SALE NEW 2018 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDEPower Windows/Locks/ Mirrors, Rear Back-Up Camera, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Speed Control, Aluminum Wheels, Keyless Entry w/Panic Alarm, Sunscreen Glass, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Fog Lamps & Mo re. Price includes $1,000 “nance bonus, must “nance with Chrysler. #J18483$19,999 SALE NEW 2017 DODGE CHARGER SE3.6L V-6 with 8Speed Automatic, Voice Command w/ Bluetooth, Aluminum Wheels, Keyless Enter n GO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors/ Seat, Theft Deterrent, Speed Control, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, 6Speaker Sound System, Tire Pressure Monitoring Display and Much More. #D17368$21,999 SALE NEW 2018 RAM QUAD CAB3.6L V-6, 8-Speed Automatic, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Speed Control, Trailer Tow with 7-Pin Wiring Harness, Theft Deterrent System, 6-Speaker Sound System, Automatic Halogen Headlamps and much more. Price Includes $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. # D18125$23,999 SALE MSRP $25,490 SAVE $5,491 MSRP $29,090 SAVE $7,091Kelly Blue Book & Consumers Digest Best Buy AwardMSRP $32,290 SAVE $8,291 Better Prices Bigger Selection*Prices are plus tax, tag, title. Dealer also charges a pre-delivery service fee of $799 which represents cost & pro“t to the d ealer for items such as cleaning, inspecting & adjusting vehicles & preparing documents related to the sale or lease. Dealer not responsible for typographical er rors. Vehicles may not be as pictured & are subject to prior sale. Financing is with approved credit. Residency rules may apply. See dealer for details. 2017 Kelley Blue Book Brand Image Awards are based on the Brand Watch’ study from Kelley Blue Book Strategic Insights. Award calculated among non-luxury shoppers. 2017 mode l year vehicles projected cost to own for the initial “ve year ownership period is based on the average Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own data which co nsiders depreciation and costs such as fuel and insurance. For more information, visit www.kbb.com. (2) Applies to 2018 Subaru Crosstrek models built after Oc t. 2017.7611 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34231 Sales: Mon-Fri 8:30 7 € Sat 9-6 941-925-1234 € www.sunsetsubaru.com 2018 SubaruFORESTER 2.5i2.5i. Symmetrical All Wheel Drive, Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors, Backup Camera, Speed Control, Bluetooth Phone Connectivity, Tilt Telescoping Steering Wheel, Remote Keyless Entry, MP3/CD, 6-Speakers, & Much More! JFA-01 #U18441SALE $22,999 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 48 Months 2018 Subaru Impreza2.0i 4DR All Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/ DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Emergency Communication System, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more. JJA-01 #U18567$195 Per Month42 Month Lease 12,000 miles per year Zero due at signingNo Security Deposit requiredOr Purchase for$18,999 AS LOW AS $195 Per Month Lease 2018 SubaruOUTBACK 2.5iAll Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Emergency Communication System, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more.JDB-01 #U18368SALE $25,999 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 63 Months on OUTBACK 2018 SubaruLEGACY 2.5iAll Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Emergency Communication System, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more.JAB-61 #U18367SALE $22,988 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 63 MonthsNEW SERVICE HOURS: MON-SAT 7-6 TECHNICIANS NEEDED 4 Day Work Week Higher PayBetter Bene“ts Subaru is Kelley Blue Books 2017 Most Trusted Brand and Best Overall Brand Subaru has the 2017 lowest 5-Year Cost to Own of all brands according to Kelley Blue Books KBB.com Sign & DriveAll 2018 Subaru models with EyeSight and Steering Responsive Headlights are an IIHS Top Safety Pick.SUNSET ALFA ROMEO OF SARASOTAAlfa Romeo has earned and sustained its place as one of automotives most revered names for over a century. Fueled by passion, daring invention and proven track records, Alfa Romeo continues its evolutionary strides for the pure driver in you. Sunset Alfa Romeo of Sarasota7641 S Tamiami Trail Sarasota 941-924-8822www.alfaromeoofsarasota.com*Vehicle Prices Listed Are Plus Tax, Tag And Title. Prices Include Rebates. Dealer Also Charges A Pre-Delivery Service Fee Of $ 799 Which Represents Cost And Pro“t To The Dealer For Items Such As Cleaning, Inspecting And Adjusting New And Used Vehicles And Preparin g Documents Related To The Sale Or Lease. Dealer Not Responsible For Typographical Errors. Vehicles May Not Be As Pictured And Ar e Subject To Prior Sale. Financing Is With Approved Credit. Residency Rules May Apply. Lease payment is plus tax on #A1781. See Dealer Fo r Details. All New 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio starting at MSRP $42,990Alfa Romeos Stelvio combines a luxury SUV with an innate sense of dynamic swerve and dashing style. The Stelvio takes the modern compact luxury crossover in all its elephantine two-box blandness and injects it with personality, verve, and panache. And although there are people haulers and people haulers that haul a**, none do the latter with such glamour as the Stelvio. Damn, this thing looks good.Ž Motor Trend June 2017Hands down the best pure sport sedan you can buy today.Ž Motor TrendAll New 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia starting at MSRP $38,890Conquest Lease Special $349 per month,39mo/10K per year$3,495 Total Due at Signing including tax, tag and all fees. No security deposit w/approved credit. Must own a non-FCA vehicle. Conquest Lease Special $389 per month,24mo/10K per year$3,495 Total Due at Signing including tax, tag and all fees. No security deposit w/approved credit. Must own a non-FCA vehicle.# A1739 # A1804 MSRP $30,090 SAVE $8,091 MSRP $23,590 SAVE $6,001 adno=54530229

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Page 38 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 14OUR TOWN WHEELS Vineland Elementary School celebrated the spring with its annual Heron Hoopla on Saturday. There were games, a giant slide, arts and crafts for the kids, a large silent auction, a bake sale, demonstrations by the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce K-9 unit and a CCSO helicopter, the Englewood Area Fire Control District, information booths, and more.Vineland celebrates with Heron Hoopla SUN PHOTOS BY SANDY MACYSTeacher Marie Martineau, left, and her sister Sue Dauteuil attend the ticket teller booth. Volunteer Lyle Vasher cooks up the hotdogs. Charlotte County Sherris Cpl. John Mills of the K-9 unit works his partner Boba through some drills during a demonstration. Volunteer Dana Krzewina attends the Country Store.ROTONDA WEST „ Faith Lutheran Church in Rotonda is supporting Anne LeVasseur, Girl Scout Ambassador, in her efforts to earn the Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting. Anne spoke about her Gold Award project, which she has named Good Night, All,Ž during last Sundays church service. The church is collecting new pajamas to be donated to foster children and other children who are abruptly removed from their homes. Pajamas may be brought to Sunday church services at 8:30 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. or to the church of“ce, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon. The church is at 551 Rotonda Blvd. W., Rotonda West. In addition to collecting new pajamas, Anne is working to educate people about the need for Guardian ad Litem volunteers to be a voice for children. Anne has been a Girl Scout for 13 years and is a senior at Florida SouthWestern Collegiate High School. For more information, please visit Annes Facebook page, www. facebook.com/Anne.Girl. Scout.Gold.Award/Local Girl Scout collects new pajamas for childrenSPECIAL TO THE SUN PHOTO PROVIDEDGirl Scout Ambassador Anne LeVasseur is supported by Pastor Brian Armen and the congregation of Faith Lutheran Church as she works toward her Girl Scout Gold Award, Girl Scouts highest award. Left: Ella Tosto, 7, takes her turn on a slide. Hagop Losso, 9, sends a disc toward a net to win a prize. Charlotte County Deputy Bobby Lister buckles in Daniel Neal, 5, into the seat of helicopter. adno=717514 A dvertising S ales P eople W anted!DO YOU have a passion for helping small businesses succeed?DO YOU want to make a difference in the local business community?DO YOU like meeting people? Immediate opening We will train the right personWe O er: € Great working environment € Daily and weekly training € Base salary plus commission on ALL sales and bonuses € Recent college graduates welcomeWhat we are looking for: € Outstanding work ethic € Desire to learn and be successful € Sincerity to help small businesses € Must have a car € Microsoft O ce pro“ cientFlorida Community Shopper Group is a full-service advertising & marketing co. in Port Charlotte Send resume to stacieg@smartshopg.comWE ARE LOOKING FOR OUR NEXT SALES SUPERSTAR, IS IT YOU?adno=57471586

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 39 15OUR TOWN WHEELS Port Charlotte residents Dan and Agnes Long are sailing around the globe right now. This is their second update since venturing out to sea over four months ago. Follow the Sun for other periodic updates written by the Longs about their travels. By the time we reach the Galapagos we will have traveled over 4,000 nautical miles since leaving Florida Oct. 19, 2017. In the past two months we have visited; the Windward Caribbean Islands of Martinique and Saint Lucia, San Blas Islands, Panama and Las Perlas Islands of Panama, and now the Galapagos Islands. Some recent notable events are: reaching the highest point of our circumnavigation while moored in Gatun Lake at 85 feet above sea level during the Panama Canal Transit; crossing the Continental Divide of the Isthmus of Panama; transiting the Panama Canal; and crossing the equator in the Paci“c Ocean on our way to the Galapagos. We took second place in the Multihull Division on the “rst leg of the Rally, “rst place on the second leg. The bodies of water we have sailed in are the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Panama and the Paci“c Ocean. Since my last update, we anchored in the Caribbean Island of Martinique for 12 days, the longest stop weve made since our departure. It was nice to stay put for a while and we met numerous cruisers „ two of the boats will be part of our World ARC Rally. We spent Christmas in Martinique and went to a cruisers potluck on a beach in Sainte-Anne with more than 100 other sailors. It was wonderful to spend time with likeminded people and the next best thing to being with family. Our Christmas gift to ourselves was a new Rocna 33 anchor. It was very exciting to arrive in Saint Lucia on Dec. 30 and get oriented with World ARC, the organization that is coordinating our cruise, and to meet our fellow rally participants. It was a very busy week in Saint Lucia, which started with a welcome party the “rst night followed by the rally inspection as well as numerous brie“ngs and seminars. We also needed to prepare for the start of the rally by provisioning for food, fuel and supplies. The ARC staff is organized, professional, knowledgeable and friendly. They refer to themselves as the yellow shirtsŽ as that is what they all wear. The dynamics of the group of people that we cruise with is incredible. They are accomplished people from the around the world with no arrogance. They are knowledgeable, somewhat competitive, friendly, open and fun. There was a vibe of excitement amongst us during the Saint Lucia Tourism Farewell Party. We talked about how few people complete a circumnavigation and how privileged we feel to have the opportunity to do so. Scott Endicott from Port Charlotte joined us in Saint Lucia to crew for the 1st leg to Santa Marta, Columbia, 815 nautical miles. This made Dan feel comfortable as Scott is an accomplished sailor and they have raced together. Although we are not big fans of big cities, we enjoyed historical Santa Marta, Columbia. It was colorful, lively, fun, and very inexpensive and the people were friendly. This coastal city of several million people encompasses the Sierra Nevada Rainforest. Outside the city, the people lived in concrete homes, many with dirt ”oors and minimal amenities. The only downside was it was very dusty, we couldnt keep the boat clean and much worse I got barotrauma to my left ear while diving. Next was the beautiful San Blas Islands, an archipelago of 340 islands inhabited by the Guna Indians who still practice old customs while trying to “t into a modern world. They have so little but seem so happy. As soon as we put our anchor down, three to four people showed up in dugout canoes to sell what they had made or caught. Through the San Blas Islands and along the North coast of Panama there was no set schedule or route until we met up again in Colon, Panama, to prepare for the Panama Canal Transit. While in Colon, there was a World Arc tour to an Embera Indian Village. We took a dugout canoe ride through the virgin rainforest of the Charges River and got a close look at this well-preserved, mystical Indian Tribe. The Panama Canal is a mechanical marvel when you consider that it was done at the turn of the century with steam-driven equipment. Friends Rich and Tracy Smith and Jeff Krell, from South Dakota who also own homes in Port Charlotte, joined us and assisted with the transit. The “rst day was a little hard “guring out how to maneuver through the locks while rafted to another boat. The second day was tedious, as it went unusually slow while we waited for large barge traf“c. Doing this on our own private boat was a oncein-a-lifetime, special experience. We are currently in the North Paci“c Ocean on our way to the Galapagos! This will be the longest leg we have done so far of 840 nautical miles. George and Carolynn Chamberlain from Port Charlotte have joined as crew to the Galapagos. For me, having two additional crew is great as it means we all get a little more sleep in between shifts. Unfortunately, we are not cruising with the World Arc ”eet. Our generator quit on the way to Contadora, Las Perlas and we turned back to Panama City. It was very disheartening to miss the skippers brie“ng, barbecue on the beach with prize giving for leg 2 and the start of the rally with the ”eet. Although, we were very lucky to get a new 9-kilowatt generator installed by Marvel Marine who happened to be located adjacent to the marina. Marvel Marine gave us priority over other work and in spite of the start of carnival near Panama City; they completed the job on Saturday morning. We started 24 hours behind the ”eet and are going it alone. It has been a bit of a whirlwind and every day there are new experiences. Nothing is familiar: the waters we sail in, the places we visit, the food, language and currency is often different. It keeps us on our toes. Aside from the generator, we have not had major breakdowns, just routine things from normal wear and tear. So that was nice, while it lasted. The hardest part has been the lack of contact with our families and our wellbeing. Dan had an abrasion from coral and the infection lasted six weeks. I got barotrauma to my ear while diving, which will take a couple months to heal and now we both have food poisoning. The service and support of World ARC is very good, it would not be possible to cruise at this pace without them coordinating formalities, schedules and some amazing tours. One of the best parts, is our fellow ARCers. We have met some remarkable people that we greatly enjoy spending time with.Local sailors cross equator in around-the-world journeySubmitted by AGNES LONG PHOTOS FROM AGNES LONGDan and Agnes Long of Port Charlotte are sailing around the globe. After leaving their home on Oct. 19, they have sailed over 4,000 nautial miles and shared this shot from a beach break on their journey, so far. Dan and Agnes Long of Port Charlotte are sailing around the globe and left their home on Oct. 19. They moored in Gatun Lake at 85 feet above sea level during the Panama Canal Transit, which has been the highest point of their circumnavigation. MORE On the Longs journey from their blog at: http://www.smokeandroses.com/our-blogJoin us for an informal discussion with author and illustrator Suzanne Bloom on Thursday, March 8 at 3:30 p.m. Bloom is known for her popular series of picture books about Bear, Goose and Fox. Bear and Goose first become friends in her book, A Splendid Friend, Indeed,Ž which won an ALA Notable Award, and the Theodore Seuss Geisel Beginning Reader Honor Book Award. Suzanne Bloom will talk about the process of writing and illustrating picture books for children. She will share some of her early masterpieces from when she was in kindergarten and how she became an artist. According to Bloom, The easy part of writing or drawing is getting the idea. Turning it into an interesting tale is the hard part.Ž Adults and children ages 9 and up are welcome to attend this free program. For more information about Suzanne Bloom, please visit her website at suzannebloom.com. You can find her books waiting to be enjoyed at the library. Dont forget to bring your library card! To view all available titles by Suzanne Bloom, log on to the library website at scgov.net/ library and Search Catalog.ŽLIBRARY EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK:SATURDAYSuncoast Writers Guild 10 a.m.MONDAYForty Carrots Partners in Play 10:15 a.m. or 11:45 a.m. For children, up to age 5 with a parent or caregiver. A free class for you and your child to enjoy together. Experience new educational activities, join in circle-time fun, meet other families and receive valuable parenting and child development information. Attendance is limited to 12 families per session. Great Decisions 10:15 a.m. Discussion topic: The Waning of Pax Americana?Ž AARP Tax Aide 10:30 a.m. Free assistance for federal returns. By appointment only. You must schedule your appointment in person at Elsie Quirk Librarys front desk. Monday Night Movies 5 p.m. Contact the library for movie titles. English for Spanish Speakers/Gratis Clase de Ingles para Hispanohablantes 5:30 p.m. Class for Spanish speakers who want to improve their English speaking, comprehension and grammar. Students must be able to speak some basic English. TUESDAYMaster Gardener Plant Clinic 10 a.m.-noon. Free answers to gardening and landscape questions. Made possible through a partnership with UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County. Call 941-861-9807 or visit sarasota.ifas.ufl.edu/hort/plantclinic. shtml. Tech Time: One on One Help with a Librarian 10 a.m. A Reference Librarian will help with e-books, computer basics, or questions about your electronic devices. Reserve a 30-minute session today by calling 941-861-1207 or sign up at the Reference Desk. Englewood Genealogical Society … RootsMagic SIG 10 a.m. Englewood Computer Club 1 p.m. Englewood Shell Club Board 1 p.m.WEDNESDAYFrench Conversation Group 10 a.m. AARP Tax Aide 10:30 a.m. (See above.) Englewood Genealogical Society 1 p.m. Alaska: The Ice Palace 5 p.m. Bob and Kim Yantorno return to share their adventures in Alaska. Join them for their video presentation. Sponsored by the Friends of Elsie Quirk Library. LEGO Club 6 p.m. Children ages 5-12 get together to share ideas, work together and make new friends. LEGO bricks provided. Bring your imagination. LEGO creations stay on display in the library until the next meeting date.THURSDAYEnglewood Modern Quilters 10 a.m. Short Story Discussion Group 10:15 a.m. Discussion titles: The Resemblance BetweenŽ by T. Williams and The KeyŽ by Isaac B. Singer Family Storytime 10:30 a.m. For ages 0-5. Interact and participate with your child in early literacy activities like music, stories, movement, crafts and school readiness projects. Todays theme is Colors.Ž Englewood Mac Users Group … iDevices SIG 1:30 p.m. Meet Author/Illustrator Suzanne Bloom 3:30 p.m. For ages 9 to adult. FRIDAYGrupo de Estudio Espaol (Spanish Study Group), 10 a.m. AARP Tax Aide, 10:30 a.m. (See above.) Basic Conversational Spanish Class 11:30 a.m. Beginners class for developing basic communication skills. Spanish Reading Group 3 p.m.For those who have taken the beginners class, and others who can read/speak basic Spanish. Contact Seor Dan at spanishfaculty@gmail. com.For more information on library programs, services, and resources visit us at 100 W. Dearborn St., call the 941-861-5000, or visit scgov.net.Quirk library welcomes award-winning childrens author Michele Strickland LYNDA |16If you are reading the paper with your morning coffee, you still have time to join us this afternoon for the Harry S. Truman program sponsored by the Friends of the Englewood Charlotte Library. The program takes place at 2 p.m. in the Tringali Community Center right next to the library. Actor Jack Rabito portrays President Truman. Rabito, a veteran actor of more than 50 stage shows from Chicago to Florida, candidly portrays Truman as he never stops shooting from the hip.Ž The 33rd president confronted some of the most critical problems of his time, including the World War II, the dawning of the atomic age, the Korean War, the beginning of the Cold War, and his con”ict with Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Join us for this exciting free program.Destination funNow that we are heading toward spring and summer vacations, perhaps you are looking for information about travel destinations. The library has many resources for you to access to help plan your vacation. If you are traveling to a foreign country, you might want to brush up on a few important phrases in a new language. You can access our language learning database Pronunciator on our website under Online Resources. Pronuciator is a fun and free way to learn any of 80 languages with self-directed lessons, live teachers, movies, music, and more. Simply login on with your PC or a mobile device using their app with your library card number and pick a language to learn. The library has several current travel books such as Frommers, Fodors, and Lonely Planet that provide you with details about where to stay, what to eat and things to do in various cities and countries around the world. We have guides President Truman stops at Englewood Charlotte Library Lynda Citro Specializing In...Annual Rentals€ Nokomis Duplex 2/1, Carport, close to Nokomis Beach ..................................................... $950 mo € Sorrento East Home 2/2/1, Lanai, Great Location............................................................ $1,400 mo € Venice Island Waterfront 2/2, Carport, Near Beach......................................................... $1,450 mo € South Venice Home 2/2/2, lawn maintenance included ................................................ $1,450 mo € South Venice Pool Home 2/2/2, lanai, private screened pool ...................................... $1,495 moLET US MANAGE YOUR PROPERTY € www.rentalcompanyofvenice.com Since 1991 € 941-484-7644 adno=54531952

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Page 40 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 16OUR TOWN WHEELS ranging from Amsterdam to London, Israel to New Zealand, Hawaii to Costa Rica and more. There are also several travel videos available to view including many of Rick Steves adventures, Anthony Bourdain, and other videos giving you a preview of where you are going to travel. Stop in today and plan your next adventure with help from your library resources.Cooking Irish with Chef WarrenIf you are thinking of going to Ireland, you can stop in on Thursday at 2 p.m. to learn about Irish cuisine with Chef Warren. People rarely put the words IrishŽ and cuisineŽ in the same sentence. Chef Warren Caterson shows you how to move beyond the typical corned beef and cabbage meal and how this creative and healthy cuisine can be a part of your diet beyond St. Patricks Day. Join Chef Warren as he shares dozens of kitchen tips, cooking hints and humorous anecdotes about the joys and challenges of cooking healthy Irish (and Scottish) meals for two. Chef Warren answers such questions as: Is corned beef and cabbage the Irish National Dish? Why do the Irish eat so many potatoes? I know I can cook with wine, but how do I cook with beer? What exactly is haggis and why would anyone want to eat it? Chef Warren ends the presentation with a cooking demonstration, preparing a healthy Irish entre that anyone can replicate in their own home in less than 10 minutes. This program fills up quickly and seating is first come first served for the first 50 people. Travel to the library and see the world! The Englewood Charlotte Library at 3450 N. Access Road in the Tringali Recreation Complex off State Road 776.LYNDAFROM PAGE 15Rotonda West Community Churchs Womens Ministry recently enjoyed a luncheon and tea for members and guests. The speaker was Shirley Ann Martin who went on several missions led by God. She spoke of her international adventures later in life which her family didnt always approve fearing for her safety. The group meets at 10:30 a.m. the second Friday of each month at the church, 501 Rotonda Blvd W., Rotonda West. Visit www.myrwcc.org for more information.Women fellowship, drink tea Dolly Stephens was the winner of a life-size amingo statue during an auction. Funding from the event goes to help local and international charities. Toni Maiorano pours tea at the ladies luncheon. The group was treated to cookies for desserts to dunk in their tea. Lorraine Stevens, left, and Marie Ling had fun during the tea. SUN PHOTOS BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHNot only did the men serve the large group of ladies but they also sang Let Me Call You SweetheartŽ to them. Lou Ann Daniels pours some tea at the event. The group helps Friends In Service Here and Helping Hand, Kids Needs and Caring Partner medical missions. Shirley Ann Martin, a six-year member, tells her life story about traveling to Isreal and Egypt to serve others through Gods direction. She talked to nearly 100 members and guest during the ladies luncheon. Download the Southwest Florida Parade of HomesŽ app and every visit to a model home will get you a chance to win a $500 Gift card to Bacons Furniture March 3-11, 2018Mon Sat 10am 5pm Sun 12pm 5pmHomes in Babcock Ranch, Englewood, North Port, Port Charlotte, and Punta GordaPresented by: www.sw” paradeofhomes.com e  S outhwest Flo r r r r r r r r r i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P arade Download th e p p and every vi s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a m m m m m m m m m m m m ode l of HomesŽ a p e t you a home will g e w in a chance to w ard to $ 500 Gift c B acon  r n i tur s F u r e PRIZES BY:Download the Southwest Florida parade of HomesŽ app and every visit to a model home will get you a chance to win a $500 Gift card to Bacons Furniture or an Apple iPad Diamond Sponsor:www.sw” .conservairrigation.comadno=50531141 Southwest Florida ADNO=50530482

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Rentals 1350Efficiencies 1360Room ToRent 1370Rentals To Share 1390Vacation/Seasonal 1420Wanted To Rent LOTS 1500Lots & Acreage 1515Waterfront 1520Out Of Area Lots 1530Commercial Lots 1540Trade/Exchange BUSINESS 1600Business For Sale 1610Business Rentals 1615Income Property 1620 Commercial/ Industrial Prop. 1640Warehouse & Storage 1650Farm/Ranches 1010 OPEN HOUSE 03/03/18 11778 SW DALLAS DR. N OPEN Sun 11am-2pm Updated 3/2/2 lakefront pool home on LAKE SUZY Gulfcoast Realty Intl 941-766-7091 12 CADDY RD ROTONDA WEST 33947 **UNDER CONTRACT**Drop Dead Gorgeous 3/2/2 Golf Course Pool Home in Charlotte County's Premiere Subdivision. Minutes drive to Fishing, Sailing, and the Gulf of Mexico beaches. This home will not disappoint! Offered at $274,900FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 OPEN BY APT128 ORTIZ BLVD, N. PORTCUSTOM BUILT SELLER WANTS OFFERS! $429,900.00BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath POOL HOME with cathedral ceilings, SS Appliances, Spa like Master bath and much more. Gated and Private with beautiful landscape and extra lot. Debra Villari 609-458-4627Berkshire Hathaway OPEN BY APPOINTMENT 356 SEA GRAPE RD VENICE LOVELY2BR/2BAHOMEWITH2 CARGARAGE, LARGE SCREENEDINSUNROOMONLY$189,900Debra Villari 609-458-4627Berkshire Hathaway PUNTA GORDA OPEN HOUSE SUN. 12-3 1400 Sea Fan Dr. 3/2 Pool Approx 2000SF, Waterfront, $10K Flooring Allowance. $415,000 Hyrette Guenther, Remax Anchor of Marina Park 941-661-2101 1010 OPEN HOUSE LAKE SUZY SAT., 3/3, 11AM…4PM 11634 SW DALLAS DR. $329,000. Beautiful, well maintained acre lakefront pool home. Vaulted ceilings, split BR floor plan, abundant closets plus lg screened in lanai & pool area. John Mitana III 941-268-0776 SUN., 3/4, 11AM…4PM 12614 SW SHERI AVE. $276,900. Spectacular views, abundant wildlife, open floor plan, lg screened ceramic Florida Rm. Modern upgraded kit., plus LR, DR, FR. John Mitana III 941-268-0776 PORT CHARLOTTE SUN., 3/4, 11AM…2PM 110 BANGSBERG RD. SE $325,000. Remodeled kit. w/granite counter tops, open floor plan, sailboat water in central location. Kayla Weiss941-268-4423 SAT., 3/3, 12PM…3PM 8495 WALDREP ST. $246,500. 3/2 w/den, 1600 sq ft of living, many upgrades to see. Assumable loan w/Bank approval. Linda Lee941-830-0011 PUNTA GORDA SAT., 3/3, 11AM…4PM SUN., 3/4, 11AM…4PM 3525 BAL HARBOR $589,900. 2015 model home built by Horizon Homes. 3/3/3 w/pool. Tons of fantastic features, come See this wonderful home today! Jonathan Miller239-362-6006 SUN., 3/4, 12PM…3PM 2858 DON QUIXOTE DR. $429,000. New from the studs in 2010. Mstr BR suite w/2 closets & full BA, kit w/tons of cherry cabinets. Lena Veit941-740-3018 SAT., 3/3, 11AM…3PM SUN., 3/4., 11AM…2PM 7416 SOUTH SEA GRAPE $379,900. 2017 built model home by Horizon Homes. This 3 BR 3 car garage pool home is located in Burnt Store Meadows & is ready foryou to move right in. Arthur Destefano314-609-0657 SUN., 3/4, 12PM…3PM 237 COLDEWAY DR. B6 $240,000. 2nd floor 2/2/carport features over 1100 sf completely turnkey, lots of cabinets & storage. Lanai w/beautiful views of canal & boat slip. Paula Stankich941-916-4320 NEEDAJOB? CHECKTHE CLASSIFIEDS! 67 OAKLAND HILLS CT ROTONDA WEST 33947 **UNDER CONTRACT**One of a kind Rotonda Golf Course Pool Home on 1.5 lots 1983 Built 1744 sq ft with Vaulted ceilings and clerestory windows. Tiled through out awesome views and privacy on this quiet cul-de-sac street. $199,900 FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 OPEN SUN 1-4PM 6952 PAN AMERICAN BLVD CUSTOM BUILT ESTATE 3100SQFT. 4BREDROOMS3 BATH, WITHJUNIORSUITEDOCK& BOATLIFTONTHEMYAKAHUTCHRIVER. NOBRIDGESTOGULF, ALLSOLID HARDWOODFLOORS, HEATED INGROUNDPOOLWITHSPA, Debra Villari 609-458-4627Berkshire Hathaway 916 ONAGER CT. SUN 12:30 3:30 PM OAK FOREST Englewood 34223 2BD,2BA, 2CG VILLA WITHADENSOLDWITH FURNISHINGS. OSMOSISWATER SYS.LOW HOA FEES. HURRICANESHUTTERS. GATEDCOMMUNITY& amenities. $235,000 Susan Gamble, 941 445 3122 Weichert Realtors, Realty Extra 1010 OPEN HOUSE ENGLEWOOD SAT., 3/3, 1PM…4PM SUN., 3/4, 1PM…4PM 6585 MANASOTA KEY RD. $1,295,000. Private hideaway w/100 Ft bay Side frontage. Main house w/2 BR 2BA, updated Kit. Plus guest house w/2 BR 1 BA. Spectacular! Allan Craig941-303-3876 SUN., 3/4., 1PM…4PM 150 ENGLEWOOD ISLES PKWY #104 $197,900. Water front, water accessible & Marina view. Private dock & boat lift plus freshly remodeled. Don Burns941-374-8563 SAT., 3/3, 1PM…4PM 13 DEL PRADO DR. $129,900. 2/2/1 car carport. Large spotless home in waterfront community. Everything conveys except kit. Refrigerator. Don Burns941-374-8563 NORTH PORT SUN., 3/4, 11AM…2PM 1781 MOSSY OAK $256,000. 3/2/2 in desirable villas at Charleston Park. Spacious, open fl plan, kit w/plenty of counter top space. Private lanai. Edna DiNofa(570) 590-2135 SUN., 3/4, 12PM…2PM 1364 W HILLSBOROUGH BLVD $327,000. Custom built pool home on the longest freshwater canal. Open floor plan, crown moulding, trey ceilings, numerous upgrades. Richard Robson 941-204-0172 SAT., 3/3, 1PM…3PM 5 005 WEATHERTON ST. $289,900. Beautiful, spacious former model home. Large lanai w/pool, outdoor shower & bath. Come see this home today! Anne Kyer941-661-5272 SAT., 3/3, 12PM…3PM 1849 MARCONI AVE. $228,400. 3/2/2 freshly painted inside & out, open spacious floor plan w/vaulted ceilings. Salt water pool & spa in the lanai. Pat Ottolini 941-445-2827 ROTONDA WEST SAT., 3/3, 12PM-3PM 513 ROTONDA CIRCLE $249,000. Well cared for family home on fresh water canal, move in condition. Split floor plan, open kitchen family room. Jeffrey Ament 941-539-2338 ADVANTAGE REALTY INC.OPEN HOUSES TODAY11AM 2:30PM1353 Blue Heron Dr., Engl $149,000 2/2 Open Floor Plan on a Lake. (776 N. on Blue Heron)11AM 2PM3767 Waffle Terr., N.P. $171,150 2 Bedroom & 2 bath with 1.5 garage. Large Family room, 1,778 SqFt (41 North R on Chamberlain Blvd, Left on Vancover, R on Waffle)11AM 2PM18257 Poston Ave., P.C. $249,900 Large 2200 SF, 3br/3ba/3car garage. Gorgeous Kitchen, Granite, Tiled throughout. (Cochran to Collingswood to L on Poston)941-255-5300 800-940-5033www.eraportcharlotte.com GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! DEEP CREEKOPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1-4PM 1493 Navigator Road Beautiful NEW Construction Home on Deep Creek golf course. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3 car garage, 2,000 sq.ft. All Custom Upgrades. $299,900 941-626-7682 VENICE 2/2 Beach Condo Beautifully remodeled Open FRI & SAT 12-4PM1400 Tarpon Center Dr #111Asking Price$325,000 BEACHFRONT REALTY INC. Anna Schmelz305-766-0615 1010 OPEN HOUSE FIVE STAR REALTY OPEN HOUSEStop by Five Star Realty to pick up a home tour flyer with directions.ŽSATURDAY 3/3/2018: 17 Emden Circle, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 281 Skylark Lane NW, Port Charlotte, FL 33952, 1:00PM-3:00PMSUNDAY 3/4/2018: 2000 Bal Harbor Blvd #611, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 3640 Bal Harbor Blvd #534, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 339 Santander Court, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 12:00PM-3:00PM 136 Santarem Circle, Punta Gorda, FL 33983, 1:00PM-3:00PM 98 Seasons Drive, Punta Gorda, FL 33983, 1:00PM-3:00PM 23356 Weaver Avenue, Port Charlotte, FL 33954, 1:00PM-3:00PMF OR MORE INFORMATION AND PHOTOS VISIT : WWW FIVESTARREALTY COM / BLOG / NORTH PORT OPEN SAT & SUN 12-4PM, 1733 Turrell St., 3/2/2 built in 2005, 1317SF Split floor plan and vaulted ceilings. Master suite w/Walk in Closet. View Lanai from Dining & Bdrm to Privacy Fenced Backyard. Recently updated & Newer A/C. Quiet street $189,000 By Owner 815-505-8597 NORTH PORT SUNDAY 12-3PM Impeccably Maintained 3bd/2ba with SPA 1119 Cambon Ave. $224,900 Denise Henry, GRI Broker Associate RE/MAX Anchor Realty 941-628-0856 OPEN SAT. & SUN 1-4PM WOODMERE AT JACARANDA VENICE 3730 CADBURY CIR #306 & #324 THISHIGHRISECONDOMIUM WITHELEVATORS, ISLOCATED AROUNDTHEDESIRABLEATRIUM, THEUNITOFFERSAGREATOPENFLOORPLAN,WITHALARGECORNERBALCONY, THATCANBE ACCESSEDBYLIVINGROOM ORBEDROOM, OVERLOOKING ASERENEWOODEDAREA. THEMOMENTYOUENTERYOU WILLSURELYSEETHE"PRIDE OFOWNERSHIP" A TILED FOYER, CUSTOMKITCHEN WITHSOLIDWOODCABINETS,SOFTCLOSEDRAWERS, ANDLARGESIZEMASTERBED-ROOM. THISGATED55+ RETIREMENTCOMMUNITY OFFERSYOUSOCIALMEET ANDGREETS, CLUBMEMBER-SHIPISNOTMANDATORY. FEESINCLUDEALOTCALLMETOFINDOUT!!! Debra Villari 609-458-4627Berkshire Hathaway Open Sun 1PM4PM 1106 Cielo Ct. North Venice, FL Custom 2BR, 2BA, Den, Htd. Pool & Spa, Granite, Stainless Appl. Natural Gas, 2149 Sq Ft. Private Preserve View Gated Community. $365,000 KAREN GEIGERColdwell Banker941-928-8889 VENICE ISLAND CONDO OPEN HOUSE SUN 1-4 250 Santa Maria St #121C Bright, Sparkling First Floor Corner unit on ICW. 2br/2ba, extended Living rm, Addl. Room ( Den, Office, DR) Renovations thru-out, Patio w/ gardens, Fully appointed Clubhouse and Htd pool, $375,000 941-416-6202 1010 OPEN HOUSE SAT., 3/03/18 11-2PM 161 Guava St., P.C. 2/2, newer A/C, on almost 1/2 acre. Too Many improvements to mention. $139,700 David Lair, REALTOR 941-585-9623 PORT CHARLOTTE OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-3PM 17204 Horizon LaneMagnificent, 4beds/2baths, 2270 SF, waterfront pool home in a peaceful Port Charlotte neighborhood. $449,000SEAN VIARA Keller Williams Island Life 941-268-8197 PUNTA GORDA HISTORIC DISTRICT SATURDAY NOON-3PM 610 PALM AVENUE 2BR/1.5BAHISTORICPOOLHOME$299,000 CHRISMCMILLAN941-628-2602 RE/MAX ANCHOR OF MARINAPARK Needa newJob? LookintheClassifieds! Resort Style 55+ Community OPEN HOUSE WED 10-2P 27110 Jones Loop, PG Preview our homes @ www.venturalakes.net 941-575-6220 ROTONDA WEST SUN. 1-4 10 Long Meadow Ln. Beautiful 3/2/2 Canal Home with Pool. Well Maintained & Landscaped. JIM MULLIGAN, Suncoasteam Realty LLC. 941-235-7474 VENICE OPEN SUN. 12-4. Bella Costa 240 Santa Maria St. A first floor condo. Car in front, boat in back. Walk to everything in Venice. THIS 2/2 CONDO IS RARELY AVAILABLE. Full of Flamingos and seashells it is turnkey. $345,900. A. Andre Spalvins 941-313-2206 Andrews & Associates Realty SAT., 03/03/18 1-4PM 1255 Tarpon Center Dr. #702, Venice Spectacular gulf & bay views from this 2/2 condo with 2 balconies. $420,000 Carole Fanelli, REALTOR 941-441-5671 SUN., 03/04/18 1-4PM 2190 Muskogee Trl, Nokomis Custom 2663SF 4/2/2 plus Bonus room & Pool in Calusa Lakes. $474,900. Carole Fanelli, REALTOR 941-441-5671 SUN., 03/04/18 1-3PM 829 Harbor Drive. PRICE ADJUSTMENT. Spacious, updated, re-plumbed 3/2/2 Golden Beach house w/deeded beach access. $480,000 Mike Saur, REALTOR 281-615-8993 VENICE-OPEN HOUSE SUN 1-4PM 2960 Lobelia Rd. Convenient Location off East Seminole. Updated 2/2/1 Great Workshop. $220,000. Elzia Phillips, Gulf Shores Realty 941-223-3344 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, OR LOT? WE CAN HELP YOU. Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 150,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special. Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! 3/2.5/2 1199 Cielo Court Just Reduced! Like new maintenance-free Willow Chase home w panoramic lake views. $404,000 941-350-2182 ENGLEWOOD 725 Crestwood Rd., 3/2 Completely Remodeled: NEW Granite, Cabinets, Flooring, A/C, Roof, & Bathrooms. On 5 acres of Fenced land, Agg Zoning. Lots of Privacy! $399,000 941-223-8866 I CAN BEATANY COMMISSIONWHENYOULISTYOURHOMEWITHME. JEFFRUNYAN941-979-2843 RE/MAXPALM NORTH PORT 3/2/2 3838 Weidman Ave. Beautifully Up dated Pool Home on Triple Cit y W ater Lot. Heated Pool, Paver Deck, Side Entry Garage, Ne w A/C. Owner Lic. Realtor. $295,000. 941-350-7750 PORT CHARLOTTE 15349 Mille Fiore Blvd., LIKE NO OTHER! ABSOLUTE BEST LOCATION IN NW Port Charlotte's expanding GATED COMMUNITY of Villa Milano, Spectacular custom 1-owner Mediterranean design 2200 SF LIGHT, BRIGHT, open great room comcept with formal dining room, 3-Bedrooms + Den/Office. Additional lot on right available for $45K! Low HOA ($98/MO) $350,000 Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 PORT CHARLOTTE2/2/1, Eat-in Kitchen, Screened in Lanai. New A/C. Spacious Living Room/Dining Room Combo w/ New Tile. Newer Appliances. Close to Port Charlotte Beach. $129,000. 941-585-8739 PORT CHARLOTTE FSBO 1086 Yorkshire St. 3/2/2 Canal Home. Excellent location; 32 Pool, no flood Zone; updated master and guest baths w/glass shower, granite, recently updated septic, plumbing, electric. $171,500 941-815-0350 SOLD 2 0 1 8 0 3 0 3 o t e n c 4 1 p d f 1 0 2 M a r 1 8 2 2 : 5 0 : 2 4

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Page 42 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 18CLASSIFIEDS 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE PUNTA GORDA 3/2 3021 Vasco St. 1260 sqft just a few minutes from downtown Punta Gorda. All updated and ready to be moved into. Email: tom2jack@aol.com $159,900 815-341-9185 ROTONDA 3/2/2 New Custom Homes of Rotonda Megan Model in beautiful area. Granite Counters, Tile Floors Throughout. $219,900 941-769-0332 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES PORT CHARLOTTE 4/4/2 BOATERS DREAM! Well-maintained waterfront pool home with over 3000 sf! $515,000 Jackie Thornberry Harbor Coast Realty 941-740-4580 PORT CHARLOTTE A Beautiful 2BR+ Lg. Den/2ba Home on canal with dock and boat lift w/ lights and fenced back yard. In doors has very nice furniture & everything in kitchen & laundry room including cabinets were bought new less than 3 years ago. This is a turn key home, everything stays and it is IMMACULATE. Asking $225K Make offer, Call for private showing! 605-351-5587 BY OWNER PUNTA GORDA 3/2/2 FOR SALE BY OWNERLowest price Burnt Store Isles Waterfront HouseSolar heated pool, D ock/lift, Vacant, Super street $449,000 732-666-8566 WHO YOU GONNA CALL?CENTURY21 AZTEC& ASSOCIATESFORA FREEPRICEOPINIONOF YOURPROPERTY. CALLNOW941-629-3188 1040 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR SALE DEEP CREEK LAKEFRONT 2br/2ba + Den, with covered car port. New tile & carpet Freshly painted 1250sf, Built in 2005, Community pool, $134,900 941-268-6820 ENGLEWOOD 55+ 1BR/1BA Condo facing preserve, turnkey furnished w/ custom renovations porcelin tile floors, plantation shutters, Corian counters New AC & circuit breakers new Hurricane windows & sliders. New Appliances, full size washer dryer. No pets By Owner Open by Apt. Asking $116,000 Call 978-340-3891 ASKUS HOWyoucanplaceaPICTUREofyouritem forsale inyour classifiedad! HERITAGE LAKE PARK-PG 3/2/2-LAKEFRONTVIEWSPACIOUS1,890 SQ.FTLOTSOFUPGRADESREDUCEDTO$224,900 BARBMCHENRY941-833-1667COLDWELLBANKERSUNSTARREALTY PORT CHARLOTTE Oaks III Freshly Painted 2/2, New Flooring. Turn-Key! Pool & Clubhouse $95,500. 859-230-9926 To Advertise in The Showcase of Ho m es Please Call 866-463-1638 or E m ail; special@sunnewspapers.net 1090 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE VENICE RANCH MOBILE HOME ESTATESWALKING DISTANCE TO PUBLIX & CVS No Dogs, Cats ok! Call Mike 941-488-5672 www.VeniceRanch.com 24x36, 2bd, 2 bath, Lg. Florida rm with air. Furnished. $25,000 Handyman Special 24x36, 2/2 with screen room. As is $11,000 1095 MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE 2692 NE HIGHWAY 70 ARCADIA 55+ Active Co mm unity Affordable Manufactured Ho m es!!! 1 Year FREEGolf Me m bership With Any Ho m e Purchase! Call to Schedule An Appoint m ent For a Tour! Ted 800-538-2590 www.arcadiavillage.com $49,900!!! 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Water incl. 1st, Last, Sec. 941-380-9212 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT CHARLOTTE HARBOR 1/1 tile floors, clean, quiet, well maintained, Ground floor & parking. Avail NOW 700/mo 941-587-7828 ENGLEWOOD 1/1. SR. Friendly Quiet, Clean. No Pets, $600/mo + $400 Sec. Water Incl. 941-223-1809 VENICE ISLAND EFFICIENCY1 & 2 br, Call for Details. No Pets, 1 Year Lease 941-416-5757or 323-6466 1340 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1/1 No Smoking/Pets. First, last & Dam. Credit & Backgrnd check $850.Mo + Util. 941-629-3279 Getthe Getthe WordoutWordoutAdvertise Advertise inthe inthe Classifieds! Classifieds! 1350 EFFICIENCIES FOR RENT HARBOUR HEIGHTS c l ose to river, newly renovated efficiencies w cable & internet, Sunny brookMotel 941-625-6400 1360 ROOMS FOR RENT P O RT C HARL O TTE $200 /wk incls W/D, A/C. Avail May 3rd. Call Rose 774-284-1095 P O RT C HARL O TTE Room Off Olean Blvd, Cable, Laundry, $130/wk. MUST have a Job! Call AL 941-613-0003 Lve Msg V ENI C E Private Entrance & Bath. 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Beautiful, Ready to Go! 315-463-0343, Owner 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE ROTONDA SHORES3415 ETHLYNLANEBACKSUPTOA200+ ACRE WILDLIFEPRESERVE. NICE,QUIET, CLEANNEIGHBORHOOD. ONLY$24,900 AND NOHOA FEES. 941-769-0200 THE LAST BEST LOT AT MERCHANT'S CROSSING ALMOSTANACREAT1599 PLACIDARD. (RT775) ENGLEWOODACROSSFROMPUBLIXANDBEALLS.WATER,SEWERANDTURNINGLANEIN PLACE. IDEALFORMULTI-UNIT BUILDING(S), OFFICE, OR CONDOS. NEIGHBORINGLOTS PRICEDAT$1.8 AND$1.9MILLIONDOLLARS!!! OURGIVE-AWAY PRICEŽONLY$379,000 WITHSHORT TERMFINANCINGPOSSIBLE. 941-769-0200 NEEDCASH? 1515 WATERFRONT LOTS LEMON BAY LOT EXTRA-LARGETRACTONSAFETYHARBORABUTTINGLEMONBAY. DEEPWATER, BAYVIEWS, NEWSEAWALL, 2MIN. TOICW, 6 MIN. TOGULF. APPROVEDFORUPTO5 WATERFRONTRESIDENCES. PRICEREDUCEDBYMORETHAN$100,000. NOW ONLY $469,900. OWNERMOVING. BROKERSWELCOME. 941-769-0200 NORTH PORTWATERFRONTLots from $44,900.-CentralPeaceful-Great View and Privacy for your Future Home 1500-4000sqft No Flood Ins. Sunpoint Ho m es Inc. 239-405-3631 SIX ROTONDA WATERFRONT LOTS. ALLINNEWESTUPSCALEWHITEMARSHNEIGHBOR-HOOD. NO FLOOD ZONES FORECON. BUILDS& NOFLOODINSURANCE. MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION! OWNER/ BUILDERRETIRING! NOW FROM ONLY $29,600. 941-769-0200 V acant l an d Waterfront ho m esite 110 feet frontage on the Peace River, sandy beach, no deed restrictions, Charlotte Harbor and Gulf Access. Seller financing. $199,000 941-575-7006 1610 BUSINESS RENTALS VENICEISLAND Office Space at 333 S. Ta m ia m i Trl. 242SF Unit at $350/mo 532 SF Unit at $750/mo 1003 SF Unit at $1350/mo Brand New! 1st Month FREE! Building Under New Ownership. Judy S m ith 772-971-1434 1620 COMMERCIAL/ INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY ENGLEWOODFOR SALE OR LEASE 3502 N ACCESSROAD# 7 990 SF$1300 INCCAM BUYFORONLY$127,885! KARICREEKMORE, RE/MAXPALM941-301-9131 PORT CHARLOTTEFOR LEASE 12456 N Access Rd # A & C Each 1479 sf $1550 sf inc CAM KARICREEKMORE, RE/MAXPALM941-301-9131 1620 COMMERCIAL/ INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY THE LAST BEST LOT AT MERCHANT'S CROSSING ALMOSTANACREAT1599 PLACIDARD. (RT775) ENGLEWOODACROSSFROMPUBLIXANDBEALLS.WATER,SEWERANDTURNINGLANEIN PLACE. IDEALFORMULTI-UNIT BUILDING(S), OFFICE, OR CONDOS. NEIGHBORINGLOTS PRICEDAT$1.8 AND$1.9MILLIONDOLLARS!!! OURGIVE-AWAY PRICEŽONLY$379,000 WITHSHORT TERMFINANCINGPOSSIBLE. 941-769-0200 2000EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 2005Services 2010Professional 2015Banking 2020Clerical 2025Computer 2030Medical 2035Musical 2040 Restaurant/Hotel2050SkilledTrades 2060Management 2070Sales 2090Child/Adult Care Needed 2100General 2110Part-time/ Temp 2115Home Based Business 2120Seeking Employment 2005 SERVICES WANT A BETTER JOB, GETAPROFESSIONALRESUMESARASOTA/CHARLCO. 941-214-5257 2010 PROFESSIONAL HAIRDRESSERS & NAIL TECHS Jacaranda Trace Salon a retirement community. Built in clientel very flexable schedule mature professionals only. Call Raymond 941-408-2080 941-928-1323 IMAGINE SCHOOL AT NORTH PORT GOVERNING BOARD VACANCY Interested individuals can learn more about the Governing Boards role by visiting the Imagine Schools Academic Excellence Framework Governing Boards pagehttp://visitimagineschools.com and Click on Vision Framework e-mail, mail, or deliver with a copy of your resume to: Aleischa Coover, Principal 1000 Innovation Avenue North Port, Florida 34289 aleischa.coover@ imagineschools.org Please note: All applications are subject to public disclosure pursuant to Floridas Sunshine Laws. Wood v. Marston, 442 So. 2d 934 (Fla. 1983) MANAGERS/STYLISTS NEEDED IMMEDIATELY [2 Locations] Great Clips is the #1 hair care brand in the country and we are looking for stylists for 2 BUSY LOCATIONS in North Port and Pt. Charlotte. NO CLIENTELE NEEDED! Hourly pay, productivity, product bonus and more! Stay busy year round and have plenty of hours. F/T and P/T positions available. Set up an interview and see if Great Clips is a fit for you. For questi ons or to set up an interview, please call Mike @ 239.218.6153 between 9am and 9pm daily. MATES/DECK HANDS NEEDED PARTTIME. MANDATORYDRUGTESTING. APPLYINPERSON. 10AM-2PM (M-F) 7075 PLACIDAROADENGLEWOOD, FL 33946 2011JOB FAIRS SARASOTA COUNTY GOVERNMENT JOB FAIR!Tuesday, March 6, 3-6:30 Phillippi Estate Park: 5500 S Ta m ia m i Trail 2030 MEDICAL CNA Weekend POSITIONS & Weekend Supervisor.Dont Miss our Large Display Ad on the surrounding pages. Douglas T. Jacobson State Veterans Ho m e5 Star Deficiency Free Facility is looking for you! We want caring healthcare professionals to be part of our tea m FULL TIME or PART TIMENURSES … CNAs …FOOD SUPPORT WORKERS941-613-0919Online: www.peoplefirst.myflorida.com 2030 MEDICAL CNAs, HHAs and CaregiversFind New Clients by Advertising Your Services in the Senior Directory Every Wednesday in The Sun Newspapers. This Feature Publishes in Charlotte, Sarasota, and Desoto Counties. Market Yourself Reach 150,000 Readers! Call 941-429-3110 for m ore infor m ation LPN/MA NEEDED Helgemo & Liou Pediatrics is Looking for a Full Time Employee. Must be a Team Player. Flexible Working Conditions with Competitive Salary & Benefits. Please Fax Resume: 941-629-4701 Attn: Tina or Email to; tina@helgemopediatrics.com PART TIME VI S ITIN G H O ME health attendantneeded for elderly Lady. in Englewood. Great compensation for a caring and responsible individual. Please call (609)-658-3787 and email resume and references: DMgribbin@verizon.net SOLARIS HEALTHCAREis now Hiring CNAsDouble Shift Weekend Positions Sign on BONUS!! Apply: solarishealthcare.vikus.net SURGERY CENTER ADMINISTRATORUnited Surgical Partners International is currently searching for a Surgery Center Administrator in the Port Charlotte area. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE; Management of Business Operations; Personnel Administration; Clinical Services; Quality Improvement; Medical Staff Relationships; and Management of Regulatory and AAAHC processes. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors degree in an applicable field, RN preferred. Minimum of 3 years experience in a healthcare administrative position. Ability to work well with physicians, patients and employees. Interested candidates should apply at USPI.co m /careers www.HorizonTechInstitute.Co mADVANCE YOUR CAREERŽ Licensed & Accredited School Murdock Town Center on 411032 Ta m ia m i Tr Unit 3YOUcan beco m e a LPN within 11 m onths. Enroll m ent ongoing.Start Working In 2-5 wks! Classes Start Each Month Call For Class Dates Nursing Assistant (120hrs) Home Health Aide (75hrs) Phlebotomy Tech (165hrs) EKG Tech (165hrs) Patient Care Tech (600hrs) Job Assist. & Pymt. Plans Call Now to Register! 941-889-7506 PHLEBOTOMY,EKG, Classes Start 03/05 LPNwkds 03/05 CNA03/05 Med. Asst. 03/05 2040 RESTAURANT/ HOTEL BU S PER SO N S DISHWASHERS & WAITRESS NEEDED AM/PM Experienced Apply in Person Winks Old Town Grill 451 S. Indiana Ave,Englewood. PREP COOK, DISHWASHER, & EXP. LINE COOK NEEDED. T OLLS P AID SOUTHBEACHBAR& GRILLBOCAGRANDE941-964-0765 WANTEDEXPD, TEAM MEMBERS HOSTS, SERVERS & BARTENDERS For Busy Waterfront Restaurant Apply in Person: White Elephant Pub 1855 Gulf Blvd. Englewood 2050 SKILLED TRADES EXPD TECHNICIANS for MARINA SERVICE CENTER to fill several positions. FT/PT, Outboard Repair, Diesel Engine Repair and Bottom Painters. 941-698-1750 JOB OPPORTUNITIES Heavy Equip Shop Helper, Experienced Concrete fisnishers, Drivers & equipment operators. APPLY: www.FrederickDerrCompany.com S ee Our Display ad in Sunday 2/4 Sun Newspapers and Wed. 2/7 Venice Gondolier ME C HANI C 2 & 4 C Y C LE Wanted for Chenango Supply in PG. DFWP. 941-637-1165

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 43 19CLASSIFIEDS 2050 SKILLED TRADES MECHANIC NEEDED We are looking for someone to repair many types of vehicles and equipment including diesel trucks, Airboats, Boats, Off Road vehicles and small engines in Arcadia. Must have valid drivers lic. Send resume and cover letter to career@earthbalance.com NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for SURVEY FIELD CREW POSITIONS. 941-629-6801 PRESS OPERATORSun Coast Press, a rapidly growing daily and commercial printing shop, has the following full time employment opportunity. PRESS OPERATOR Minimum of 5 years experience operating a Goss urbanite or community single width press. Willingness to work day/night shift, weekends & holidays. Must be proficient with back to back color registration, folder/ 1/4 folder operations. Knowledge of autom atic pasters an d stacker operations a plus. Must be comfortable working in a fast paced, deadline and quality oriented environment. We offer health insurance, AFLAC, paid holidays, PTO, 401K. We are a drug & nicotine free workplace. Preemployment drug & nicotine screening required. Interested candidates please send your resume to Robin Marotta Production Manager atrmarotta@suncoastpress.com THE PEACE RIVER MANASOTA REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITYISACCEPTINGAPPLICATIONSFORELECTRICIAN ATTHEAUTHORITYSPEACERIVERWATERTREATMENTFACILITYINARCADIA, FL. VISITWWW.REGIONALWATER.ORG FORAPPLICATIONAND JOBDESCRIPTION. EOE/DRUGFEEEMPLOYER/VP Classified=Sales Window & Door Manufacturing CompanyAccepting Applications for: PRODUCTION ASSOCIATEStarting hourly wage $13.48 Must have a High School Diploma or GED, Higher Education a plus, Good Work History, and Attention to detail. EOE/Drug-Free WorkplaceApply in person only: M-F 8am to 3pm 355 Center Court Venice, FL 34285 2070 SALES THE AUTO CLUB GROUP is seeking a Travel Assoc in Venice, FL! Apply via: https://autoclubsouth.aaa.com SHOWROOM & EQUIPMENT SALES, for Chenango Supply in PG. Must be computer literate and have good people skills. DFWP. 941-637-1165 or Email Resume: chenango@ chenangosupply.biz THE AUTO CLUB GROUP IS SEEKINGATRAVELASSOCINPORTCHARLOTTE, FL!APPLYVIA:HTTPS://AUTOCLUBSOUTH.AAA.COM 2090 CHILD/ADULT CARE NEEDED AIDE NEEDED to ass i st 49 year old male Parapallegic with transfers and home duties. AM and PM hours. Monday Sunday. $10-$15/hr (941)-764-6371 2100 GENERAL AREYOURETIREDANDMISSINGSOMETHINGINYOURLIFE??WEREYOURSUCCESSESINTHEWORLDHANDLEDWITHPRIDE& DETERMINATION? IFTHESETRAITSARESECONDNATURETOYOU, THENWEWOULDLIKETOTALKTOYOU! WEARESEEKINGATEAMOFREPRESENTATIVESTOREPRESENTUSASCIRCULATION SUBSCRIPTION SPECIALISTS**DEPENDABLETRANSPORTATIONISREQUIRED. WERECOGNIZETHATYOUVALUEAFLEXIBLESCHEDULE. IFINTERESTEDCONTACTJIMDEFALLE AT941-786-7676 DAYS INN is hiring for EXPD NIGHT AUDITOR & HOUSEKEEPING. Apply in Person to: 1941TamiamiTrl. Port Charlotte FISH CUTTER & WAREHOUSE HELP for Local Seafood Company. Good Pay!!! 941-380-9212 2100 GENERAL The Venice Gondolier Sun is now taking applications for carriers in Venice and surrounding areas. Must have dependable vehicle, a valid Florida Drivers License and proof of insurance. Apply in person: 200 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285 No Phone Calls Please. CARRIERS NEEDED CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE PART-TIME The Venice Gondolier Sun Newspaper is seeking an individual that has excellent customer service skills and works well in a team environment. Applicant must be reliable, flexible and have a pleasant personality. Must have computer experience, be able to work in a fast paced environment and multi-tasking is a priority. We are a drug and nicotine free workplace.Ž Pre-employment drug/ nicotine testing required. Apply at: The Venice Gondolier Sun 200 E. Venice Ave Venice Florida 34285EOE Non-smoking office CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS The Charlotte Sun Newspaper has part-time openings with weekends & Holidays required. We are seeking reliable, flexible, pleasant people with good phone skills, personality and the ability to handle customer relations. Computer experience mandatory, must be able to work in a fast-paced work environment. We are a drug & nicotine free workplace Pre-employment drug/nicotine testing required Email resume to tdoran@sun -herald.com Or Apply in Person 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor Mon.-Fri. EOE Non Smoking Office GROWING COMPANY is looking for good people with room for advancement. P/T & F/T. Englewood Area. Weekend Help needed as well. E & J LANDSCAPE & MAINTENANCE941-468-2493 INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER CONTRACTORS NEEDEDThe Englewood Sun has home delivery routes available. Supplement your income with this great business opportunity. Earn $200$300 per week for a few early morning hours of delivery. Reliable transportation, a valid Florida drivers license and proof of insurance are required. Apply in Person at The Englewood Sun 120 W. Dearborn St. Englewood, FL or Online at www.yoursun.c om ADVERTISE In TheClassifieds! IS NOW HIRING: APPLY: 160 PONDCYPRESSRD, VENICE, FL OR ARTISTREE.COM S ee Our Display ad in Sunday Sun Newspapers and Wed. Venice Gondolier LANDSCAPE LABORER NEEDED & LANDSCAPE LABORER w/ Driver`s License (941)-456-1008 Call Between 7am-3pm Only LAWNCARE CREW LEADER GREAT OPPORTUNITY! GREAT PAY! GREAT HOURS! Clean Fl. drivers lic. 941-685-4668 A-Z LAWNCARE/ LANDSCAPING SEEKINGLAWNCARE TECHS FT, YEARROUND,ANDPT. EXPERIENCED PREFERRED, WILL TRAIN!ENGLEWOODAREA, LV. MSG. (941)-270-0508 OR(941)-474-2554 2100 GENERAL MAILROOMTHE CHARLOTTE SUN NEWSPAPERPart-time positions available. No Experience necessary. Be able to lift at least 20 lbs., willing to work flexible hours, able to work days or evenings.To fill out an Application Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 9-5 The Charlotte Sun Newspaper 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor, FL Please, No Phone Calls We are a drug and nicotine free workplace Pre-employment drug and nicotine te sting req uired NOW HIRING DISPATCHER / OFFICE HELP FORBUSYTRANSPORTATIONOFFICE. MUSTHAVEKNOWLEDGE OFLOCALAREA, HAVEBASIC OFFICE/ PC SKILLS. PLEASEAPPLY ATAMEDITRANS.COMOR FAXRESUMETO941-625-3116. 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY "AMBASSADORS" NEEDEDTOSOLICITSUBSCRIPTIONS FORTHEAWARDWINNING LOCALNEWSPAPERS, THESUN, ATSTOREFRONTSINTHEVENICE, NORTHPORTANDENGLEWOODAREAS. CONTACTJIMDEFALLEAT941-786-7676FORMOREINFORMATION. 3000 NOTICES 3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. 3020 PERSONALS CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME, 69 yr old divorced male, non smoker, average weight who owns homes in Adult parks in Canada & Florida, looking for female companion widowed or divorced, 60-70 nonsmoker and average weight to share the better things of life, normal household errands and costs of homes. Call 941-889-7729 LADYHAIR S TYLI S T SEEKING MALE 45-70for dining, movies, conversation. 941-201-9853 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES CAL VAR Y BIBLE CHURCH 1936 E. Venice Ave. Venice Friday at 9am. Study features video teachings of noted Bible Scholars on various subjects. For more info. Call Rev. Jones at: 941-485-7070 or visit www.CBCVenice.com Charlotte County House of Prayer Merging Worship, Word, and Prayer Friday Night Watch 8pm 992 Tamiami Trail Unit I Port Charlotte 941 249-8946 cchop.org CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S CONNECTIONis now meeting for lunch at the Kingsway Country Club in Lake Suzy, the first Tuesday of each month. Call Chris at 941-6610373 for more info. 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES COMMUNITY CENTER 4PM 7PM each Wednesday. Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. PC, Open to All Ages. For more info 941-766-9357 FAITH BUILDERS A Basic Study to Build your Christian Faith. Call Pastor Gumm at Christ the King Lutheran Church for times. 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte GATEWAY WORSHIP PRAYER & HEALING ROOMS If you need healing, we want to pray with you! Our prayer teams are available to minister to you every Thursday 7:30 pm-8:30 pm. For information call 863-832-4418 5377 Dunkin Rd., Punta Gorda 33982 Jesus Still Heals Today! Lut h eran C h urc h o f t h e Cross 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek Bible Study Thursdays 10-11:30 and Sundays @ 9 AM Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 NEW S EA SO N FULL GOS PEL MINISTRIES Meet Every Wednesday at 6:30 Held at 3320 Loveland Blvd Port Charlotte, Fl (Held at Board of Realtors Building same side as Visani's Restaurant) Food and Refreshments being served plus live Christian Music..Come and be a part of our celebration!! Everyone welcome! For more info call Anna Soloduk 941-286-5506 UNIQUE & INFORMATIVE DVD Every Sunday @ 6pm. Disu ssion After at El Jobean Baptist 941-769-6291 ABargainHunters Delight Checkthe ClassifiedsFirst! AWhole Marketplaceof Shoppingisrightat your Fingertips! 3090 LOST & FOUND F O UND: Boat cushion out in Gulf of Mexico, Tan Call to describe 941-637-1153 F O UND: WEDDIN G BRIDAL SET Call to describe 920-750-4960 FOUND : WEDDINGBRIDAL SET Call to describe 920-750-4960 L OS T D OG : 1 6 year old f emale Small Tan Terrier, Blind and Deaf. 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For more info 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte F AITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 4005 Palm Drive, Punta GordaVarious Days & Times CONFIRMATION/BIBLE STUDY Adult Infomational Class 941-639-6309 START YOUR DAY RIGHT Bible Study Thursdays 10:00-11:30 LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE CROSS 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek and Sundays at 9:00 a.m. Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 3097 OTHER CLASSES KRIYA YOGA MEDITATION with Linda Weser, 4 p.m. every Monday. FREE; Open to the public. 9 41-276-0124 5000 BUSINESS SERVICES AN OCCUPATIONAL LIC may be required by the Cit y and/or County. Please call th e appropriate occupational licensing bureau to verify. 5000 BUSINESS SERVICES 5006 ALUMINUM ALL AMERICAN RENOVATIONS LIC& INSUREDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDSPECIALIZINGINRESCREENING,BUILDINGANDREPAIRING. SCREWCHANGEOUTS PRESSUREWASHING& PAINT-INGPOOLCAGES, LANAIS,FRONTENTRYWAYSETC... 941-915-3381 SERVINGSARASOTACOUNTYFREEESTIMATES 5030 CABINETRY 5050 ADULT CARE HONEST, CARING PERSONALASSISTANT AVAIL. TOCAREFORYOUR LOVEDONE! 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Lg collection of Hot Wheels. Private collection. Preview at 12 Auction starts 2PM 863-494-1888 863-990-6898 AB1994 & AU2723 6025 ARTS AND CRAFTS A RT BU C K male & f emale artist models $40 941-639-3670 ARTIST TABLE Adj usta bl e tilt and raise as new $125 941-639-3670 KNIFE KIT S ET, X-Acto Like new with all accessories. $25 941-629-6374 LARGE EASEL Vi ntage, W oo d en Artist $75 941-629-4857 O IL PAINTIN G w/beauti f ul frame mint 42ŽX54Ž; must see bargain! $195 941-639-1517 6027 DOLLS SAT. MARCH 3RD 2018, 10:00AM-3:00PMCHARLOTTEHARBOREVENTCENTER, 75 TAYLORST, PUNTAGORDA, 33950; ALSODOLLAPPRAISALS&REPAIR; SNACKBARAVAIL. ADMISSION$5.00 DONATION; MERLEROMER, 941-286-1446 OR KROMER2@COMCAST.NET PORT CHARLOTTE DOLL CLUB 34TH ANNUAL DOLL & BEAR SHOW & SALE 6029 MOVING SALES MOVING SALE WROUGHT IRONCAFETABLEWITH2CHAIRS, 5PC. BEDROOMSETLIKEBRANDNEW, WOMENS GOLFCLUBS, 5PCSCHINASET,FROMPIER1, NEVERBEEN USED727-492-7079 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS A B S TRA C T C ANVA S S ailboat painting SQ 52Ž Org. $199+tx for $50 651-491-7549 AREA RUG 4 x 7 T an good condition and quality $65 941-697-0940 AREA RUG 5 x 8 sta i n res i stant tan non slip pad backing. picture. $25 941-740-3286 BAR FRID G E Frigidaire Black/SS,glass shelves,new condition $75 941-637-1168 BAR S T OO L with back rest honey rattan color, strong back $12 941-766-8236 BATH S AM O AŽ bath ( bamboo motif, dark wicker access) New! 8 items $55 941-276-1881 BED MATTRESS & BOX New Will Sell $100. 941-629-5550 BLANKET Ki ngSi ze. W oven, Lavender $20 941-276-1881 BREADMAKER, Automatic CUISINART, 2Lb. Capa Stainless steel, GC $25 941-697-0794 CAKE PANS Wil ton 5 6X6 8X8, 10X10, 11X11, & 12X12. Square $40 941-255-1832 C ANI S TER S ET 3 pcs. 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NINJA BLENDER 1 000 New in box $90 941-451-3958 PI C NI C TABLE cedar top with benches, aluminum frame, custom $175 941-780-3977 PULLING CART W oo d&S tee l Play cart on 4 wheels pulling handle $29 941-697-0794 QUILTS TWO 82 x 66 b y A rc h $25 941-743-8752 REFRIGERATOR WHIRLPOOL side by side off white 33Ž wide by 67Žtall. ice and water thru the door. remodeled kitchen is only reason for selling $250 207-743-3268 S PA C E HEATER ceramic tower,oscillating,remote control $25 941-743-0649 TABLE C L O TH, BRAND NEW 144Ž X 70Ž in orig.pckg -gold $10 941-475-7577 W ALL PI C TURE FRAME LARGE, 9 PHOTOS, BLACK, NEW $15 941-255-1832 W ATER FILTER f or under sink two stage, almost new $35 941-780-3977 6035 FURNITURE A RM C HAIR Ethan Allen. C ushioned, pine, v good cond super bargain! $40 941-639-1517 BAR S T OO L rattan, swivels, padded seat. picture O/L $20 586-436-0076 BEDMATTRE SS & B O X. New Will Sell $100. 941-629-5550 BEDR OO M S ET Q ueen8 piece 3 pc panel bed, 2 nightstands, dresser w/mirror, tall chest. Good condition. RTG Cindy Crawford Key West Collection $500 941-875-3542 6035 FURNITURE BEDS 2 M atc hi ng T w i n w i t h 1 nightstand. Mission style headboards. Very nice. Good mat resses box springs. Bedding V ery nice. Wood. $250 651983-2729 B OO K C A S E LI G HT Brown, 4 Shelves, 2 Drawers $80 941-257-5500 C HAI S E BLA C K pleather. excellent condition 1 yr old $50, OBO 941-468-8284 COC KTAIL TABLE Round, Medium Brown Color, All Wood $50 941-257-5500 CO FFEE TABLE 36 wide white faux marble octagon pedistal VGC $60 941-474-3194 CO FFEE, END TBL S S late co f fee tbl glass insert 2 slate end tbls $200 518-763-9936 CONSOLE DRESSER L arge wood grain 3 dwrs w/side cabinets $69 941-493-3851 CORNER CABINET 32Ž high, glass door, blue $60 941-876-3878 CO U C H $ 15 0 2 C hairs $ 1 00 Tropical, Like New. Englewood 248-931-9703 CO U C H BEI G E, Leather, Like Brand New $500 941-627-0186 COUCH BLACK l eat h er. VG con dition.Very comfortable. Deliver y possible. $200 248-697-8152 C URI O 77H4 8 W17D wht wsh oak 2lghts/4gls shlvs mirror back EXC $500 941-474-3194 DAYBED W/TRUNDLE Mint cond. $350, OBO 941-4234387 DE CO RATIVE C A S T Iron Patio Umbrella Stand $10 941-624-3091 DE S K BEAUTIFUL 5 Espresso w ood. 2 Extension. Matching file. $198 717-659-0146 DININ G R OO M C hairs S trong antique white pastel seat X 4 $30 941-766-8236 DININ G R OO M S ET Blonde w / 6 Chairs $150. RECLINER Beige Lthr. $200 920-915-2934 DININ G S ET 4 padded chairs, 48Ž Rd, Solid Hard wood Pecan finish $150 941-697-0006 DININ G S ET. Table, 2 Lea f s, 6 Chairs, Buffet. Solid Wood. $500 941-347-7432 DINING TABLE & CHAIRS wood-quality $185 786-306-6335 DRE SS ER 5 DRAW BREAUE $75 941-475-6657 END TABLE S / CO FFEE Table Light wood. Like New. Englewood $75 248-931-9703 GLASS TABLE top N ew 48 i nc h r ound in the box no scratches $50, OBO 920-296-5007 G LIDER METAL glider with cushion $40 518-763-9936 HEADB O ARD & DRE SS ER Twin size, Light Wood. $100 941-257-5500 I BUY FURNITURE Or anything of value! 941-485-4964 KITCHEN SNACK B ar S too l s (2) very nice w/ swivel padded seat. $90 586-436-0076 LAZ-Z-B O Y R OC KER/RECLINERS sage green-nice (ea) $85 941-662-0213 LIVIN G R OO M S ET S o f a, loveseat & lamps, Beige, Very Nice $300 716-864-7478 LT DR TABLE set w/4 chairs w/3 glass panel Hutch GC $200, OBO 941-426-4108 MATTRE SS & Box S pring, Full size, adjust metal bed frame. Exc Cond $95 941-697-0794 MATTRESS QUEEN & BOX Brand New Will Sell $175. Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 MI C R O WAVE Black & Decker, countertop, black like new $30 941-662-0213 PATI O S ET 4 chairs, Table, Umbrella $100 941-220-3113 PATI O S ET with table 4 chairs ornate chairs cushions. Exc. Cond. asking $90/obo 941 380-7224 PATIO TABLE an d c h a i rs 48Ž round table w/6 chairs $100, OBO 941-423-0337 PICNIC TABLE ce d ar top w i t h benches, aluminum frame, custom $175 941-780-3977 RECLINER BEIGE m i cro f a b r i c recliner. Great condition. $85, OBO 843-901-8327 RECLINER TAN Good Condition. Englewood $35 248-931-9703 RECLINER TAN S ma ll er s i ze. Good Condition. Englewood $35 248-931-9703 ROCKING CHAIR green $50 RECLING SOFA & MATCH. Love seat $250,OBO 941-661-9025 ROLL A WAY BED w / mattress (twin). Excellent condition. $75 941-505-7672 SECRETARY DESK area w i t h storaga + 3 large drawers pic ture $200 941-740-3286 SECTIONAL SOFA JRaymond, pillows & ottoman incl Mint Cond. $900 941-639-6590 S ETTEE/ 2 C HAIR S White wicker Exc Cond. $200 941-423-9371 SO FA BLA C K leather.V G condition.Very comfortable.Delivery possible. $200 248-697-8152 6035 FURNITURE SO FA FAUX leather 80 Ž sofa with twin end recliners. VERY comfortable, like new. Osprey. $190, OBO 843-901-8327 SO FA leather extra long o ff white very good condition $275, OBO 732-754-9370 TIFFANY FL OO RLAMP stone dome, 20Ž wide, like new $300 518-763-9936 TV CO N SO LE 68 Žtall 3 4Žwide 21Ždeep 33x23 opening dark oak VGC $75 941-697-0006 TV CO N SO LE glass doors. Dark wood. 48Ž L.l/new. $85 941-235-2203 TV M O UNT system Flat 3 7Ž-55Ž 3 blk glass shelves wood frame ex con $50 941-235-8357 W IND SO R R OC KER Nichols & Stone Co. Solid maple. Ex. $175, OBO 941-235-2203 W INE FRI G holds 9 bottles $ 4 0 941-662-0213 WOO D C HE S T 3 x1 8 x15.blk hinges.maple.ex.cond. $45 941-235-2203 6038 ELECTRONICS INVERTER 800 W 1 2 V to 1 20 V with leads $30 941-421-8072 METAL DETE C T O R WHITE S NEW W/WARRANTY $125 941-236-0697 6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO 4 0 W S PEAKER S Vintage Optimus Pro 7 AV $20 941-451-3958 8 TRA C K receiver/player Vintage Lennox $50 941-451-3958 HAM VERTI C AL 5band diamond CP-5HS $175 941-639-3670 PI O NEER S TERE O with cd,cas sette, turntable and bose speakers $200 931-636-4525 TV R C A CO L O R TRAKPLU S 27Ž monitor, not flat screen $30 941-303-2957 6060 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT CO MP M O NIT O R S 19 ,dell,, envision each $20 941-623-7166 TURB O TAX DELUXE 20 17 Fed, state, efile. New in factory sealed box $25 586-436-0076 W II LAR G E package massive consoles games contr etc $150 941-623-7166 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES AQUAMARINE RING woman  s size 5 openwork solitaire tgw 1.10 cts $75 041-554-2140 ETERNITY BAND Burmese red s pinel,size 5, 1.25cts. $60 941-554-2140 MEN S C L O THE S LT O 2 XL GOOD CONDITON OR NEW $5, OBO 941-625-2873 MULTI SAPPHIRE RING womans size 7 tgw 4.68 cts $100 941-554-2140 RIN G PERID O T HEART NEW SIZE6 PLAT.OVR.925 SILVER TCW 2CTS $55 941-554-2140 RIN G RUBYHEART & BLA C K SPINEL sz 8 tcw 4.1cts $95 941-554-2140 UNIQUE LADIES PURSE RED HAT STYLE, with purple boa trim. $20 or Will take Best offer! also DRESS Calvin Klien Womans Elegant white size Small $25/obo 941330-6546 WATCH MOVADO museum mens just serviced ex condition $60 941-629-5576 W AT C H R O LEX upscale replica w/all markings like new w/box $120 941-629-5576 6070 ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES 3 DANBURY Mint Pewter Model A irplanes Brit. US Ger. In PG $25 308-340-3447 A IRLINE AND RR memorabilia Soap tickets more $10, OBO 941-496-8765 A IRLINE AND RR memorabilia Soap tickets more $10, OBO 941-496-8765 ALWAY S BUYIN G ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES (941) 639-9338 A NTI Q UE MITER B O X $ 1 00 941-475-6657 ANTIQUE WILD W est C o i n Metal Shooting Bank In PG $30 308-340-3447 BI C ENTENNIAL HAND BELL 10Ž hand pewter Bell 17761976 $35 941-766-8236 BLA C K PANTHER C omics 1970s Jungle Action series nice shape $15 941-474-1776 B OCC E BALL set Vintage wooden bocce ball set $225, OBO 845-323-6550 BUYIN G O LD M O NEY SILVERCOINS & PAPER MONEY. 941-626-7785 CO IN S Proo f and mint sets $7 781-956-8891 CO MI CS A great vintage selection from the 1970s 80s & beyond ea $1 941-474-1776 FI S HIN G E Q UIPMENT O LD EX COND PLUGS REELS $75, OBO 941-391-6377 G A S S T O VE Fireplace 1 902 ask for picture-perfect $495 941-496-9252 MERCURY DIMES 1921 1921D $105 781-956-8891 6070 ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES G LA SS URN S (2) Cobalt blue. 29ŽH. Pilgrim glass. $300 941-235-2203 GRANDMOTHER CLOCK Diplomat, 75Ž High Dark Wood. Exc Cond! $675. 941-505-9792 HUMMEL FIGURINE #178 THE PHOTOGRAPHER-mint-super deal! $100 941-639-1517 JIMMIE GARAPPOLO 3 roo ki e cards 1 autograph graded 10 $125 941-629-5576 LE GOS HARRY P O TTER 4 8 41 COMPLETE SET $125 941-391-6090 LI O NEL TRAIN S 6 di ff erent trains new in boxes $450, OBO 941-276-8854 LI O NEL TRAIN S ET CO A S TAL LTD 027 GAUGE. COMPLETE $100 941-391-6090 MARILYN M O NR O E playing cards1976 MINT sealed 2 deck set w/case $35 941-474-1776 MI C KEY MANTLE 1 9 75 Topps baseball cards Mint condition $5 810-210-9553 MI C KEY M O U S E Doll Age80 + $200, OBO 941-423-4387 N O RITAKE DE SS ERT S ET S ( 5 ) w/sugar bowl-vintage 1962 min t china $35 941-639-1517 PENNIE S WHEATIE S BU UN C many dates. $10. a roll. 941497-5825 $10 941-497-5825 ROCKINGHAM STONEWARE SPITTOON reduced auth mint antique $75 941-639-1517 S ILVER CO IN S u.s.silver coins $150 781-956-8891 SILVER DOLLAR 1880 CC $140 781-956-8891 SILVER DOLLAR 1921 P eace $50 781-956-8891 V IETNAM U S Pilots C amillus Survival Knife w Sheath In PG $40 308-340-3447 V INTA G E GO LD trim map glasses Set of 8 1960s $70 941-496-8765 V INTA G E S ILVERPLATE L G box 15 lb old mirror flatware etc $20 941-496-8765 WOODEN CARVINGS E ag l e $15 941-766-8236 6090 MUSICAL A MPLIFIER FENDER C hampion 40 Amp, New, $125 941888-2277 A MPLIFIER PEAVEY BANDIT 65 Amp, 65 watts vg cond. $50 941-888-2277 C LARINET & PR O TE C C A S E very nice, student or pro ready to play $120 941-697-2163 ELECTRONIC TECHNIC ORGAN Model SX-F100, Mint, extras $2250. 941-380-7224 KEYBOARD STAND bl ac k lik e new $20 941-255-1832 6095 MEDICAL 4 WHEEL WALKER. 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Like new. $65 941-625-5145 BED S IDE P O TTY Medlineholds 300 lbs-very solid great shape $20 941-445-5619 ELE C TRI C LIFT chair brown, good condition $225 941-426-1105 ELE C TRI C LIFT chair recliner great pride $295 941-580-4460 HOSPITAL BED w / Vi ve a l ternating pressure pad. $500 941-626-3199 LIFT C HAIR, Dark G reen Fabric, Excellent Condition! $250. 941-493-7166 (Venice) O XY G EN MA C HINE Portible, Model Inogen, great for travel $300 941-629-4720 P O WER C HAIR PRIDE JAZZY SPORT FAIR COND NEW BATTS $275, OBO 941-286-3826 RE C LINER ELE C TRI C li f t chair up/down sleep orig 1100 $395, OBO 941-580-4460 R O LLAT O R WALKER 4 wheel, w/seat and storage basket, lv msg $60 941-303-2957 S H O WER C HAIR w/ C A S TER S & FOOT RESTS by Lumex Like NEW $130 941-268-8951 S H O WER C HAIR with ARM S Like New $40 941-268-8951 WALKER V o l ar i s S mart W a lk er, for shorter patients, This is a all TerrainŽ, Rolls over grass gravel & curbs. $499. 276-393-8135 6095 MEDICAL W HEEL C HAIR S TANDARD b y DRIVE Looks Like New $110 941-268-8951 6100 HEALTH/BEAUTY BATH TUB S AFTY RAIL EASY TO INSTALL $15 941-627-6780 FULL S HIAT S U MA SS A G E EX C COND. -FITS ANY CHAIR $25 941-475-7577 6110 TREES & PLANTS FERTILIZER 5 0 LB, Pro f es sional 8-0-10 plants, 16-0-8 grass $30 each 941-257-5500 Tremendous Tree, Inc. Certified Arborist Tree Removal Stump Grinding Lic./Insured Shrub & Tree Nursey CALL TODAY! 941-426-8983 FL-6444 A 6120 BABY ITEMS S TR O LLER BABY TREND tod dler, black. light weight good cond. $25 941-769-5453 TRAVEL C RIB/MATTRE SS G r t Cd/Matt Only Used A Wk $125 253-678-9161 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES GOLF BAG LADIES New white, grey, green and black $15 941-766-8236 GO LF BA GS 4 gol f bags $17.00 each all v. good $17 941-875-5983 GOLF CLUB set B ag, 7 woo d s, 9 irons $100 941-475-6657 LEFT HAND C LUB S set woods irons $80 786-306-6335 PIN G IR O N S g 20 6 -pw,sw,reg flex shaft exc.condition $175, OBO 941-629-5576 PING IRONS Pi ng z i ng 3 -pw or ange dot graf-firm + extras good $95, OBO 941-875-5983 RAM IR O N set X S 1 000 irons o/size 3-pw-metal-reg v.good $49 941-875-5983 YELLOW JACKET 4G BATTERY CABLES Corrosion Resistant Best Golf Cart Cables $129.95/SET. 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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 45 21CLASSIFIEDS 6126 GOLF CARTS GOLF CART Club Car, Newer Batteries, Great Condition! $3,800 717-870-1655 LEXUS GOLD MIST Ž 2014 Club Car Precedent CUSTOM GOLF CART BRAND NEW BATTERIES Custom Plush Upholstery New Head & Taillights Flip Down Windshield New Yellow Jacket Cables Chrome SS wheel caps Fresh Tires, Brakes, Mirror 48 Volt E.R.I.C. Charger High Speed and Rear seat Available Runs as NEW! STK#175B $4,995. 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com PLEASE NO TEXT PASSION PINK Custom Build 2014 Club Car Precedent BRAND NEW BATTERIES Custom Pearl Pink Paint Tuck & Roll Upholstery NEW Yellow Jacket Cables NEW New Bushings NEW Folding Windshield NEW Head and Taillights NEW SS Wheel Covers New Rear Seat AVAIL. New Tires, Mirror Top and Charger STK#1823 $4995 941-769-1431 Delivery Inc. 25 MI. Visit DarsGolfCarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE 6128 EXERCISE / FITNESS EXERCISE BIKE w /R es i stance Nice $65 951-268-8951 HAND WEI G HT S 1 2 PIE C E WEIGHT SET 5LB TO 15 LB. $40 941-255-1832 INVERSION TABLE Body Champ good condition $50 941-639-4216 RE C UMBENT EXER C I S E BIKE SCHWINN W/ELECTRONICS Like New $90 941-268-8951 TEETER 9 7 0 Inversion Table rarely used. $299 941-575-0394 6130 SPORTING GOODS 2 GUYS GUN SHOWS MARCH 3RD & 4TH Charlotte County Fairgrounds 2333 El Jobean Rd (776) Port Charlotte, FL Buy-Sell-Trade New-Used FREEParking CWP Classes Avail. Sat 9-5 and Sun 9-4 727-776-3442 www.nextgunshow.com BARBELL WT S et WEIDER 200lbs. free weight iron barbell set. $125 941-200-2343 B O W PARKER MA G2 RH B O W & ACC. HARD CASE EX COND $200 941-286-3826 CAR RACK Th u l e I t l oc k s. F or kayak etc. $150 941-624-2899 FIREWOOD $100.00 PER PICK UP LOAD NOCAMPINGTRIPIS COMPLETEWITHOUTIT! PINE, OAK, ORCITRUSSPLIT, BUN-DLED, ANDREADYFORTHE FIREPIT! 941-468-4372 HORSE SADDLE CIRCLE Y & HEAD GEAR LEATHER $425 941-391-6090 POOL TABLE C onne l y, Kayenta, all accessories $499, OBO 941-235-1839 ROLLERBLADES W omen  s or In Great Condition In PG $5 308-340-3447 TIM TEBOW mets roo ki e car d rare graded gem 10 in holder few left $25 941-629-5576 WILSON PROFILE TENNIS Racket $25 941-473-4828 6131FIREARMS BUYING WW II Memorabilia & GunsU.S., Nazi, Japanese, CW Permit, Call Eric 941-624-6706 N O TI C E: S eller Acknowledges Compliance With All Exisiting Federal, State and Local Firearms Regulations and Laws in Regards to Sale and Transfer of Advertised Firearms. 6133 HUNTING & FISHING SUPPLIES 14CANOE L e i sure Lif e Canoe.3 seats. Good Cond. $375, OBO 941-875-5391 MINNOW TRAP w i t h rope, plastic coated new $12 941-421-8072 6135 BICYCLES/ TRICYCLES 3 WHEELER Ad u l t one w i t h fenders, large seat, rear basket in box $275 941-625-8152 6135 BICYCLES/ TRICYCLES 3 WHEELER use d an a d u l t Trailmate with basket $150 941-625-8152 BI C Y C LE HUFFY„LADIE S WILL E-MAIL PIC $55 941-412-5781 BI C Y C LE MEN S Firenze 15 speed 29Ž $25 941-639-4216 BI C Y C LE PUMP Pyramid Pro Exc. cond. $10 941-629-6374 BIKE 2 WHEEL Expensive Bike Many features and gears $95 941-580-4460 BIKE Ad u l t. 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We Move Spas & We Buy Used! 941-625-6600 6160 LAWN & GARDEN C HAIN S AW Poulan P4218 New in box $145, OBO 941-485-0681 C RAFT S MAN RIDIN G Mower 30in.,rear engine, new blade, pressure oil engine,6 speeds, new battery. used on small yard. $375, OBO 941-380-4557 C u ddl e up b y t h e fi re Firewood Split, Bundled and ready for the firepit! Pine, Oak, or Citrus, 941-468-4372 FERTILIZER 50 LB b ags, P rofessional 8-0-10 plants, 16-0-8 grass $30 each 941-257-5500 FERTILIZER S PREADER New! Scotts 3000 $20 651-491-7549 LAWN M O WER RIDINGCHIEF12.5hp 39Ž deck $275, OBO 941-485-0681 MOWER RIDER S NAPPER. $325 (941)763-4818 PATI O C HAIR S PV C 6 chairs w/cushions $40 941-474-4120 PRESSURE WASHER MAX 2600psi Honda GCV 160 $250, OBO 941-485-0681 PUSH MOWER H on d a, self propelled, mulch or bag $160 941-676-2019 TILLER/ C ULTIVAT O RMANTIS2cycle Like New $325, OBO 941-485-0681 6161OUTDOOR LIVING GAZEBO 10 b y 10 PARTY TENT with 2 walls, one with windows new $35 941-421-8072 GAZEBO 10 x 10 party tent 2 walls new in box $30 941-421-8072 GLASS PATIO S et 45Ž round+Chairs with Cushions Good cond $79 841-697-0794 OUTDOOR RUG roun d 8  b onus matching 4x5 terracotta color $75, OBO 941-876-3878 PATIO CHAIRS PVC 6 c h a i rs w/cushions exc $40 941-474-4120 PATIO SET a ll rust proo f ta bl e, 2 capt. chairs & 4 chairs $250 941-423-0295 PATIO SET w i t h ta bl e 4 c h a i rs ornate chairs cushions. Exc. Cond. asking $90/obo 941 380-7224 6170 BUILDING SUPPLIES BOLTS NUTS was h ers All sta i nless,1000 pieces, all sizes. $100 941-497-5825 BRICK PAVERSFREE 255 SQFT red brick Pavers. Exc condition. You Haul! 765-744-3034 BUILDING PERMITBOX used once like new $25 941-764-3404 DOOR LOCK MORTISE LEVER LOCK, NIB. $25 941-627-6780 DOORS I nter i or $15 eac h 941-380-9212 ELE C TRI C AL S UPPLIE S boxes of breakers, fittings, switches $60 941-585-8149 HURRICANE SHUTTERS Metal, various sizes 920-246-1111 SCREWS STAINLESS 1Ž 200 FOR $5. $5 941-423-9371 WOOD f or cra f ts types o f woo d for wood working hobbies $100, OBO 941-625-2873 6190 TOOLS/ MACHINERY C HAINFALL 1T O N 8f t $6 5 941-639-3670 C LAMP S 3 /4Ž pipe cost 4 00 $80 941-585-8149 DOUBLE CUT saw 7 5 amp 5Ž blades Like new $35 941-235-0593 ELE C TRI C DRILL Electric drill $10 941-235-0593 FLAIRING TOOL set C ra f tsman 6pcs $20 941-451-3958 JOINTER DELTA 6Ž w i t h stan d $240 941-485-9939 J O INTER MA C HINE FREUD JOINER MACHINE, NEW $80 941-625-2873 LADDER 8/16 W erner 8/16 f t. Multi-purpose ladder $50, OBO 443-618-8161 LADDER ALUMINUM extension ladder 20 ft $75 941-460-8961 LADDER KELLER 2 4 f t. alum. ext. type 2 commercial $135 315-380-7296 MUFLLER/TAILPIPE CUT o ff tool Craftsman 1 3/8 to 2 1/2 ins $20 941-451-3958 PRE SS URE WA S HER 2 7 00 psi Briggs & Stratton 6.75hp $220, OBO 941-485-0681 RYOBI ONE saw an d d r ill nee d battery $25 941-421-8072 S ANDER, DEWALT Palm grip 1/4 sheet. Like new with case $45 941-629-6374 SKIL SAW BENCH SAW Lik e new $150 941-475-6657 S T O RA G E C ABINET S ( 4 ) with screws.bolts,nuts,etc. $30 941-585-8149 STRAIGHT EDGE Al um i num 12L X 3ŽW X 1/2Ž thick $25 941-585-8149 6225 RESTAURANT SUPPLIES STOVE COMMERCIAL f rom PC restaurant. Good condition. $500 941-764-8198 6232 CATS NOTICE : S tatute 585 195 s tates that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at least eight weeks old, have an official health certificate and proper shots, and be free of intestinal and external parasites. WE NEVER TELL CATS TO SCAT!Ž Orange Garfield kittens, no tails! Very rare white fluffy cats and handsome Maine Coons. Russian Blue-Cool Cat. Cat Peddler, 941-270-2430. 6233 DOGS NOTICE : S tatute 585 195 s tates that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at least eight weeks old, have an official health certificate and proper shots, and be free of intestinal and external parasites. S HITZU PUP 1 0 wks, 1 male all shots & health papers. $250. (941)-380-7224 6235 LIVESTOCK CHICKENS FOR SALE Treemendous Tree Nursery 6068 Ruff St., North Port Open Tues-Sat 9-2:30 941-468-4372FL-6444A 6236 PET SUPPLIES & SERVICES AQ UARIUM S TAND 55 G al. New. Assembled. Cherry. 2 doors. $125 941-625-5145 CAT LITTER BOX IGLOO SHAPE EX COND $10 941-391-6377 FLUVAL C3 P ower Fil ter Fil ters 20-50 gals. Used 4 mos. Works great. $20 941-625-5145 KITTY HOUSE (C u b eSh ape d Unused), toys,new bed, bowls, brush $22 941-276-1881 MARINA SLIM S20 fil ter Fi ts up to 20 gal tank. New in box. $10 941-625-5145 NICREW LED A quar i um Li g h t Fits 28-36Ž tank. New in box. $30 941-625-5145 6250 APPLIANCES AC WINDOW UNIT INCLUDES HEAT$125. (941)763-4818 BAR FRIDGE F r i g id a i re black/SS,glass shelves,new condition $75 941-637-1168 CHEST FREEZER GE 4 9 CF Works great. In excellent condition. $100 941-697-2163 CHEST FREEZER GE 4 9 CF Works great. In excellent condition. $100 941-697-2163 COFFEEMAKER K eur i g d e l uxe. Orig. $359. p60 Like new gift $125 941-580-4460 CO FFEMAKER, KEURI G new in box warranty. $145. Orig $350 941-580-4460 COOK TOP El ectr i c, 30Ž 4 co il burners, white, Fridgidair Never used $125 716-490-2199 ELECTRIC RANGE H otpo i nt 4 burner, white, good condition $100 941-625-2123 MICROWAVE BISQUEOVER THE RANGE. ALMOST NEW $25 941-391-6090 MI C R O WAVE CO UNTER BLACK 2.2 ALMOST NEW. KENMORE $75 941-391-6090 MICROWAVE E merson 1100 watt. $40 941-497-5825 MICROWAVE WHIRLPOOL $25941-473-4828 6250 APPLIANCES RAN G E H OO D, S tainless Steel. Like New! $35. OBO 941-426-6260 RANGE w / Ab ove Mi crowave, GE, Glass Top Built in, Bisque. Ex Cond $295. 941-475-4562 RAN G E WHIRLP OO L range Bisque smooth top older works well $75, OBO 847-826-0076 REFRI G ERATER KENM O RE, white, top freezer $100 941-625-2123 REFRIGERATOR SS Sid e b y side, ice/water in door $295. (941)763-4818 REFRI G ERAT O R, Kenmore Ice & Water in Door. Runs Excelent! $200. OBO 941-426-6260 STOVE Whi r l poo l S e lf c l eaning. Looks and works good. $75, OBO 941-249-5343 S T O VE CO MMER C IAL, f rom PC restaurant. Good condition. $500 941-764-8198 STOVE DISHWASHER MICROWAVE White 2 years old $200, OBO 516-204-2016 WASHER & DRYER white top load, $325. (941)763-4818 deliver y avail. 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1 8 X1 8 -TILE-TAN 5 00 SQ .FT. $499 786-306-6335 $75.00 per panel SLIDING GLASS DOOR REPAIRS Wheels Tracks & LocksLicensed & Insured, Free Est. since 1981 visit us at www. SlidingDoorsandmore.com Call Bob 941-706-6445 Owned and operated by Local Fire fighter. L o w o v e r h e a d = L o w p r i c e s AIR FILTERS 5 10X10X1Ž NEW $5 941-627-6780 A MERI C AN FLA G 5x 9 .5 never flown-great shape-cotton $30 941-445-5619 BEN C H O UT S IDE Wood and Metal Good Cond. $30 941-423-9371 BOTTLES AVON 67 $2/ eac h Good Condition 941-423-9371 CARDBOARD MAILING TUBES 30 sturdy tubes 17Žl w/end caps $20 941-493-3851 CLASS 1 T ra il er hi tc h T ra il er hitch and wiring harness, fits 2011-2013 Kia Sorento. $70 941-460-8412 COMPRESSOR MAXI MYST hardly used-works good-blue $10 941-445-5619 CONFEDERATE FLAG never flown-3x5 great shape $15 941-445-5619 COOLER RED G oo d C on di t i on $12 941-423-9371 ELECTRIC SHOE po li s h er ki t never used in org box $18 941-391-6377 FIREWOOD Split, Bundled, and ready for the firepit! Perfect for these cooler nights! Pine, Oak, Citrus 941-468-4372 FOLDING LADDER compact 6ft folds RV NEUER USED $45 941-391-6377 FRENCH OIL P a i nt i ng Landscaping.Beautiful framed. $400 941-249-8762 IRONING BOARDS T wo to choose from great shape-like new $5 941-445-5619 LEATHER BIKER CHAPS Bl ac k 36-38 waist 43Žl ~ NICE $49 941-493-3851 LIFEMASTER 973 LM G arage Door Remotes 2 Car; 1 Wall $20 941-624-3091 RAYS TICKETS 4 YANKEE BOX Seats Face Value Parking $118 847-274-3149 RAYS TICKETS vs B os T ue 3/6 Sec 202 Row 1 Seats 7,8 w p arkin g $60 941-828-0119 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE RAYS TICKETS(2) vs B a l t 3/7 Sec 202 Row 1 Seats 7,8 Incl Parking $45 941-828-0119 RAYS TICKETS(2) vs B a l t 3/7 Sec 202 Seats 7,8 Incl Parking $45 941-828-0119 RAYS VS RED SOX 3/6 4 TKTS WILL SPLIT IN SHADE $45 EACH $45 941-276-1354 RAY S V S TI G ER S S UN 3 /1 8 4 TKTS IN SHADE $45 EACH $45 941-276-1354 RECORD COLLECTION includes album covers 5 0 cents each. Entire collection. 941-496-9252 RED SO X (2) tickets Mar.1 6 Twins shade, parking inc. $70 941-460-8385 RED SOX VS TWINS WED 3/7 JET BLUE 2 TKTS $45 EACH $45 941-743-4127 TABLE W/ C HAIR S 5 FT TABLE 6 FT TABLE 8 CHAIRS $45 941-391-6377 TRICYCLE Ad u l t. 3 w h ee l bik e, brand new, still in box! $275 941-524-1025 VERMONT MAPLE S yrup 1 gal. 2017 grade A Maple Syrup. $42 801-369-9360 W AT C H, New Mens C laiborne. 4 Dials $90 Retail Value In PG $20 308-340-3447 6265 FREE MERCHANDISE BAMBOO FREE V ar i ous widths/heights. You cut! 941-276-1881 HAMM O ND O R G AN w/ Bench. Good condition. FREE!! 814-267-3058 (Englewood) 6270 WANTED TO BUY/TRADE BUYIN G S ILVER CO IN S DIMES Thru SILVER DOLLARS. 941-626-7785 6998 BARGAIN BUYS O TT FL OO R Lamp Nearly new with magnifying glass. $90, OBO 941-496-4553 S LIDIN G G LA SS D OO R S Track6 FT Excellent $225 786-306-6335 7000TRANSPORTATION 7020 BUICK 20 1 6 BUI C K LA C R OSS E $21,990. BLACK, 23K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7030 CADILLAC 20 14 C ADILLA C C T S $27,897. MOCHA STEEL, 16K MI 855-481-2060 DLR T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! 2017 CADILLAC XT5 $48,990. WHITE, NAV, 10K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2005 CADILLAC DEVILLE 81K MI. EXTRA CLEAN! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7050 CHRYSLER 2006 CHRYSLER SEBRING $3,000 Garaged, exc cond., 941-763-5553 Pt. charlotte 2004 CHRYSLERPT-CRUISER $3,200 84k mi, VG Cond. 651-482-9256 Engl. 7070 FORD 2016 FORD FUSION SE $17,995 Sedan White 18,877 MI 866-726-8593 dlr 2015 FORD EXPLORER $26,950. INGOT SILVER, 9,228 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2018 CARGO CRAFT 8.5X24 CAR HAULER ONLY $5,750.00 Ready for immediate delivery MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2014 FORD FOCUS 5 D OOR HATCHBACK, 29KMILESMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2007 FORD TAURUS SEL 6 cyl, Lether, Nice Car! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7070 FORD FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. 7075 GMC 2016 GMC SIERRA15 $38,990. BROWN, NAV, SLT, 27K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 G M C YUK O N $49,990. WHITE, DENALI, 41K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7080 JEEP 20 14 JEEP WRAN G LER LTD $33,977.WHITE CLEARCOAT 35K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 JEEP COMPAS LATITUDE MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7100 MERCURY 2004 MERCURY GRANDMARQUIS LS $3,800 Full y loaded, Leather, IMMACULATE 100+k mi, 941-347-7659 7110 OLDSMOBILE 1992 OLDS 88 Royale LS, Runs great! MUST SELL $700/OBO obo 989-996-0049 7135 SATURN USED SATURN CARS & SUVs Starting at $1,800 & Up. Saturn Parts Available. Pro Power Auto Sales941-627-8822 7145 ACURA 2009 A C URA MDX $16,990. SILVER, 67K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 A C URA RDX $24,911. RED, NAV, 24K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 ACURA MDX $28,990. WHITE, NAV, AWD, 47K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7147 AUDI 2014 AUDI Q7 $25,477. DAYTONA GRAY, 73K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2013 AUDI A5 $26,477. BRILLIANT RED, 6,505 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 AUDI A520QT $34,990.WHITE, NAV 1,613 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7148 BMW 2008 BMW 328I $8,990. 81K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2001 BMW 330ci$10,500 Conv./Hardtop, Only 15K Miles! Exc. Cond! **SOLD** 2011 BMW 528I $17,990. WHITE, NAV, 44K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 2012 HONDA CIVIC $7,990. BLUE, LX, 75K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 HONDA PILOT WHITE $15,500 Good Cond., 73K, Ext. warranty. 941-525-2488 2015 HONDA PILOT $25,987 TAFFETA WHITE, 37K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 HONDA PILOT $25,997 OBSIDIAN BLUE, 39K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 HONDA PILOT $26,950 ALABASTER SILVER, 28K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA PILOT $27,897 STEEL SAPPHIRE,E X 27K MI 855-481-2060 DLR

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Page 46 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 22CLASSIFIEDS 6000 MERCHANDISE 6002 LAKE SUZY GARAGE SALES SATURDAY 8AM-12 NORTH SHORE Condo Clubhouse EGRET CIR. off Kings HWY. Multi Unit Yard/Bake Sale. Furniture, Books, linens, household items etc... 6003 DEEP CREEK GARAGE SALES FRIS AT. 8 3 PM 25237 Zodiac Lane. HUGE SALE! Furniture, Stainless Gas Grill, Tupperware, Scentsey, Pictures, Craft items, Kitchenware, Linens, Clothing, Tile Saw, & much more. S AT. 8 2 2 5 332 Vantage Lane. Harley items, Helmets, Chaps, Boots, Jackets, Bags, Parts. Small & X Large. S AT., 3 / 3 ,7AM2 PM 26633 Barranquilla Ave. (off Deep Creek Blvd.) Furniture, Household Items, Clothes, Toys, TVs, Wooden Trundle Bed. S ATURDAY. 9 AM-1 2 PM 1383 San Cristobal Ave Punta Gorda. SUNDAY ONLY8AM-5PM 25888 Aysen Dr. Silpada Designs (925 SS jewelryDeeply Discounted). Household items, Ladies and Mens clothing. Other ladies j ewelry. THUR S .S AT. 8 AM2 PM 1582 Ultramarine Lane. Household, Jewelry, Home Decor, Faucet, Dolls & MORE!! 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES BUENAVISTACOMMUNITYTAGSALE. SAT. 9-3. 14 STREETS, 400+ WATER-FRONTHOMES. OFFHARBORBLVD, SOUTHOFEDGEWATER. S AT. O NLY 8 -1 943 Columbia TerrMULTI-FAMILY 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES CLOSING SALE 9-4PM MARCH 5TH 23RD Caroles Furniture Repair 4155 WHIDDENBLVDUNIT9. Tools, Antiques, Furniture, Woods, Veneers, Varnishes, Lacquers, Paints, Stains. FRIS AT. 8 AM-1 2 PM 20257 Mount Prospect Ave Dishes, Frames, Linens, Christ mas Decorations and Books. FRIS AT. 9 AM-1PM 1296 Wheatley St. NW P.C. Tools, Wood for Projects, Fabric, Men`s XL-2X Clothing, Fishing & MUCH MORE! FRIS UN 8 -4 1 8 1 23 Bracken Cir. Multi-Family Tools, Clothes, Christmas Decor, boat supplies, TOO Much to List! FRI.S AT. 8 : 30 AM3:00PM 17458 Bayharbor Circle. Plenty for Everyone! Tools, Clothes, Hshld.... ETC!!! IT`S HUGE!!!FRI.-SAT. 8-1 148 McCabe St. NP/PC STREET SALE SEVERAL HOUSES Household, Tools, Furniture, Paintings & MORE! SAT. MARCH 3RD 2018, 10:00AM-3:00PMCHARLOTTEHARBOREVENTCENTER, 75 TAYLORST, PUNTAGORDA, 33950; ALSODOLLAPPRAISALS&REPAIR; SNACKBARAVAIL. ADMISSION$5.00 DONATION; MERLEROMER, 941-286-1446 OR KROMER2@COMCAST.NET PORT CHARLOTTE DOLL CLUB 34TH ANNUAL DOLL & BEAR SHOW & SALE S AT. 9 : 30 2 398S pringlake Blvd. Multi-Family Tools, Household, Collectibles, Jew elry, Antiques & MUCH MORE! S ATURDAY O NLY.7: 30 1:00 1145 Presque Isle Dr. Tools, Bikes, Collectibles, Clothes WHOLE HOUSE MOVING SALE FRI & SAT .8-3 1363 MOHAWK DR.. BOTH DAYS, NICE STUFF, EVERYTHING GOS CASH & CARRY~ 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI S AT S UN. 8 AM 2841 MAGNOLIA WAY, 33950 An interesting and e clectic assortment of Art, Household and misc. items. FRI.S AT. 8 AM2 PM 300 Klispie Drive Punta Gorda. All Types of Stuff-Antiques Radios, Fishing, Electronic, Clothes, Camera Equip., Tools, Housewares, Watches, Video Game S y stems, Barware PEACE RIVER SUB DIVISION ANNUAL SALE! SAT MARCH3RD. 7.5 MILESNORTHOF75 ON17, 10 DIFFERENTSALES! GOLFCART, TOOLS, BIKE, FISHINGSTUFF, KAYAKS& MUCH MORE!! S AT. 8 AM-1PM 7548 Paspalum 33955. Furniture, Toys, Housewares, Clothes & MORE! SAT. 8AM-2PM 302 Singapore Rd. COMMUNITY SALE!! Furniture, Appliances, Construction Tools, Antiques, Lawn Furniture, Hshld & MORE S AT. 9 -1Alligator Park COMMUNITY YARD SALE 6400 Taylor Rd. Breakfast @ 8 & Lunch @11 served in Clubhouse. SEMI ANNUAL COMMUNITY GARAGE SALEBURNT STORE MARINA 5000 BURNT STORE RD.SATURDAYMARCH 3RD 8AM-4PM 6006 NORTH PORT AREA GARAGE SALES FRIS AT. 9 2 PM 1662 Bobcat Trail. Books, DVDs, Knick Knacks, Furniture, Household, Golf Balls etc. HARBOR ISLES ANNUAL TRASH & TREASURE SALE US41, North Port SAT. MARCH 3 8AM 1PM Breakfast, Bake Sale, & Hot Dog Lunch!! Clothing, Household Items, Collectibles, Jewelry, Linens, Electronics, Furniture, Tools. Gates Open at 8AM 6006 NORTH PORT AREA GARAGE SALES SAT. ONLY 8:30-1:00 TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 4285 WESLEYLNVARIETY SALE, BAKESALE, LUNCHAVAILABLE! S ATURDAY MAR C H 3 rd. 8:00-12:00 6405 Buckboard St North Port. Furniture, tools, bikes, DVDs, electronics & much more. 6007 ENGLEWOOD AREA GARAGE SALES FRIS AT. 8 AM2 PM 12032 Ramona Ave. Fishing, Household, Boating. Something for Everyone! FRI. & S AT., 8 AM 10507 Carnegie Ave. (off Sunnybrook) HUGE YARD SALE Old stuff, loads of Vintage jewelry. S AT. 9 AM-4PM 283 5 N. Beach Rd. (Manasota Key) Pop-Up Beach Tent, Kitchen Is land, Pool Sweeper, Hand Tools, Books, Exc. Equipt. & MORE! SATURDAY 8AM-1PM 6100 Toucan Drive Lemon Bay Isles Lakeside Club, Bargains Galore Garage Sale C a s h i n w i t h C l a s s TOOLS TOOLS FRI & SAT. 9-1 7395 SNOW DR. Bosch, Porter cable, Air compressors, Table Saw, Drill press, Drill bits, and many household items. 6008 ROTONDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI SAT 9 2 31 B un k er Circle. Antiques, stamp coll., tables, misc, great stuff FRI.S AT. 8 AM3 : 30 PM 30 Bunker Lane MULTI FAMILY. Come Benefit From Our Little Treasures and Ask to See the Chaise Lounge! S AT. MAR C H 3 rd. 8 -1 8 4 Pine Valley Lane, Rotonda. Tools, Furn, Hshld, Lds Plus Clothes, Gifts, Lots More. 6009 GULF COVE AREA GARAGE SALES FRIS AT. 9 2 5 2 4 3 Dayton Ln. Clothes, Tables, Pool Towel Hanger, Fans, Lawn D ecor, Walker, Garden Tools, Hshld, Wrapping Paper...ETC!! 6011 S. VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES FRI & S AT. 8 -1 2 1800 Faun Rd, Lots of tools, plants and lots of other items FRIS AT. 73 248 Tanager Rd. 3 FAMILY SALE,Power Washer, Tools, Blower, Household, etc. PSYCHIC FAIR2nd & 4th Sat. Every month 10am-3pm TOP READERS $15/15 min ANGEL MINISTRIES 2269 S. Tamiami Trail Venice 941-492-4995 www.angelministriesfl.org SAT. 8AM-1PM FAIRWAY VILLAGE Multi Family Garage Sale! Off Rockley Rd. in Plantation Golf & Country Club SAT. 8AM-1PMWOODMERE PARK COMMUNITY SALE3951 Woodmere Park Blvd SAT 8AM 2PM 1024 P onderosa Rd. MOVING SALE! Household Goods, Furniture, Yard Tools, Toys & MORE! 6012 VENICE GARAGE SALES FRI. & SAT. 8am-2pm LADIES AUXILIARY SALE Knights Hall 512 Substation Rd. (Turn off 41 Bypass at Burger King) S AT. 8 : 30 2 PM 692 S ugarwood Trl. Hand & Power Tools, Sporting Goods, Furniture,Hshld., Books, Games..ETC! SAT. ONLY 8AM-NOON CARLENTINI COMM. SALE off Capri Isles Blvd. Strada Doro & Strada Dagento Approx 2 mi from Venice Ave S aturday 8 -1 Bazaar & Lunch VENICEMUNICIPALMHP CLUB-HOUSE. 780 TAMIAMITRAILS. BUS. 41 ONISLANDENTERPARKOFFCOCKRILL& FIRENZE. LOOKFORSIGNS, BEANSOUP, HOMEMADEPIE, FURNITUREAND SOFORTH. 941-485-0293 6012 VENICE GARAGE SALES P L E A S E J O I N U S F O R T H E 3 1 S T A N N U A L P W G A R A G E S A L E A T VENICEPRESBYTERIANCHURCH, 825 THERIALTO, VENICE, FL34285 S A T U R D A Y M A R C H 3 F R O M 8 A M T O 1 : 0 0 P M ALLPROCEEDSFROMTHE GARAGESALEAREDONATED TOTHEVPC MISSIONS. ONSITEBAKESALE BENEFITSTHEVPC BUDDYBREAKPROGRAM. THE ENTIRECAMPUS(MORETHAN ADOZENROOMS) ISFILLED WITHONE-OF-A-KINDITEMS RANGINGFROMCLOTHING,FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, BOOKS, ELECTRONICS ANDMUCH, MUCHMORE. PLEASEDIRECTANYQUES-TIONSTO941-488-2258. ABargainHunters Delight Checkthe ClassifiedsFirst! AWhole Marketplaceof Shoppingisrightat your Fingertips! 6013NOKOMIS/OSPREY GARAGE SALES S ATMARCH 3 RD 9 AM2 PMKING'SGATEPARK1500 KINGSWAY(1 MILEEAST ONLAURELRD. OFF41). FLEA MARKET / BAZAAR CRAFTS, MUSIC, FOOD, BAKEDGOODS. SERVICEDOGSONLY PLEASE. RAINDATEMARCH4TH 6014 GARAGE SALES MULTI-FAMILY/ DEALER SALE IN ONE PLACE. DEALERS DONT MISS!19783 BEAULIEU CT. Fort Myers, 33908 (San Carlos Park area)THUR.-SAT. MARCH 1ST -3RD8AM ? NO EARLIES 7160 HONDA 2015 HONDA PILOT $28,477 WHITE DIAMOND, 39K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA PIL O T $28,977 LUNAR SILVER,EX-L 51K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA PIL O T $29,477 WHITE PEARL,EX-L 48K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA PIL O T $29,787 BLACK PEARL, 58K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2017 HONDA PILOT $30,950 WHITE PEARL, EX, 2,670MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA PIL O T $30,950 BLACK PEARL, EX-L, 31KMI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 17 H O NDA PIL O T $33,950 BLACK PEARL, EX-L, 7,832MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 17 H O NDA PIL O T $43,950 SILVER, ELITE, 5,716MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2008 H O NDA A CCO RD EX 95KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7163 HYUNDAI 2007 HYUNDAI ELANTR A $2,000 A/C,Cruise Control, Power Windows, etc all work. Price firm. 941-505-0006 2009 HYUNDAI SANTA-FE $7,900. 61K Miles. Looks & Runs Good! 941-764-1325 20 15 HYUNDAI E Q UU S $28,877. PARISIAN GRAY. 27K MI. 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 0 HYUNDAI ELANTRA TOURING SE 27K MI MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2006 HYUNDAI SO NATA 6 cyl, sunroof, 74K, good con dition $4,995 941-221-1511 7177 KIA 2014 KIA RIO EX, Backup Cam, 67k mi, $6900/HURRY! 941-769-3475 Pt. Charlotte 7178 LEXUS 200 5 LEXU S E S 330 $6,990. GRAY, 99K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7178 LEXUS 200 7 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $12,990. WHITE, 82K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 200 4 LEXU S SC -4 30 $18,990. SILVER, 53K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 LEXU S E S 3 5 0 $19,990. SATIN, CERT, NAV, 36K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S GS 3 5 0 $28,950 ULTRA WHITE, 55K MI. 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 LEXU S I S 2 5 0 $28,990. RED, CERT, NAV, 9,251 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S E S 300 H $28,990. BLACK, CERT, NAV, 34K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 LEXU S E S 300 H $32,911. SATIN, CERT, NAV, 32K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $33,990. WHITE, NAV, 4X4 37K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 LEXU S GS 3 5 0 $36,911. RED, CERT, NAV, 16K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2017 LEXUS ES 350 $37,990. WHITE, CERT, NAV, 12K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 3 LEXU S L S -4 60 $37,990. SILVER, 52K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 8 LEXU S L C -5 00 $91,911. WHITE, CERT, 1,970 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7180 MAZDA 1996 MAZDA MIATA-MX-5 $8,500OBO, Only 15K Miles! Red Conv. All Original. Excellent Condition! 941-697-5394 7192 MINI COOPER 20 15 MINI COO PER $13,990. RED, 57K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7200 NISSAN 20 15 NI SS AN MURAN $27,990. WHITE, SL, 29K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2008 NI SS AN VER S A S L 4DR. SEDAN62KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2008 NI SS AN S ENTRA. MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7205 SPORTS CARS 20 1 3 P O R SC HE PANAMERA $39,990. BLACK, NAV H, 33K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7207 SUBARU 200 7 S UBARU B Q TRIBECCA LIMITED LIMITED MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7210 TOYOTA 1990 TOYOTA CAMR Y W AGON $2,000V6, White Only 68K Miles! 941-480-9569 2001 TOYOTA SIENNA LE $3,995 145K, Runs Great! 7 Pass, See it, Drive it, Youll Like it! 860-966-7025 Port Char. 20 1 3 T O Y O TA S IENNA $15,990. SILVER, LE, 79K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 T O Y O TA TA CO MA $24,990. WHITE, TRD, 29K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2013 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER $25,950. BLIZZARD PEARL, 65K MI 855-481-2060 DLR C a s h i n w i t h C l a s s 20 15 T O Y O TA AVAL O N $25,990. SATIN, LTD, 20K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 T O Y O TA HI G HLANDER $29,990. SILVER, NAV, LTD, 44K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES FORD MODEL T PARTS & literature nice selection $100 must see 941-474-1776 7260 AUTOS WANTED WE BUY & PICK UP JUNK CARS 941-661-1928 CASHFOR ALL TRUCKS & CARS ANY COND RUNNING OR NOT. (352)-342-7037 W E BUY CARS & PICK UPS RUNNING OR NOT! $400 CASH + UP Frank 941-276-0204 7260 AUTOS WANTED BEST $$ FOR JUNKERS 7 Days, FAST PICKUP941-286-3122, 623-5550 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORIES W ATER FILTER S -RV 2 .5Ž x 1.25ŽID x 10ŽL, Reg $16 for $9 651-491-7549 7290 VANS 2000 DODGE GR. CARAVAN $1,500167K Miles. Original Owner. 941-698-2906 20 1 8 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $41,950 TOURING, STEEL, 7,075 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 DODGE G ran d C aravan W HEELCHAIR Van, 10Ž lowered floor & ramp. 941-870-4325 2009 G M C A C ADIA 3rd row seat, EXTRA CLEAN! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2006 D O D G E G RAND C ARAVAN SXT 86K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7300 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS 2011 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 LTZ $6,500 4x4, V-71, Runs Excellent 941-539-2644 2006 D O D G E RAM $8 900 1500, V-8, 95k miles, Excellent cond. 941-257-8592 2014 FORD F 150 $28,377. RACE RED, 37K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 C HEVY CO L O RAD O $30,477. BLACK, 4WD Z71, 20K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 F O RD F-15 0 $31,897. CARIBOU METALLIC, 7,659 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 CHEVY SILVERADO 3500HD $35,987. WHITE, 20K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7305 SPORT UTILITY/ VEHICLES 20 11 HYUNDAI S ANTE FE LIMITED 81K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7305 SPORT UTILITY/ VEHICLES 2010 Mercury Mountaineer Premier Edition AWD, Nav, all factory options, new tires, 3rd row seats, like new condition, only 68K miles, always garaged, $12,500. 941-769-0200 7330 BOATS-POWERED 31 2006 LOA CRUISERS 280 CXI Twin Volvos (Low Hours), A/C, 2 Staterooms, Dinette, Galley, Shower, Microwave, TV-VCR, Stereo, GPS, VHS+++ A Must See! $44,500 obo 941-979-8203 REDUCED!! 27 1997 PRO-LINE Walk around cutty cabin 225hp Mer cury. 350/hrs, stand up head, and many more extras. Great f ishing & family boat. Excellent cond. $15,000 941-268-3608 23 1989 PRO-LINE CC w/ttop, 2003 Yamaha 225, 4S less 600 hrs. $7,500 717-386-1078 22.52010 BENNINGTON Pontoon boat, 90HP, 4 stroke Yamaha engine, Very low hrs. $13,995 941-456-6805 22 RONDEVOUS G oo d h u ll recovered seats, Bimini, Tandem Aluminum trailer, New 4.3l Long Block, Motor & outdrive needs to be installed $2,500 240-925-2287 Seizethesales withClassified! 22 2007 BENNINGTON PONTOON 2008 Mercury 4S 40HP Bigfoot. 2017 Twin Axel Trailer, Seat Covers, Total Cover $15,000 OBO 218-349-2871 7330 BOATS-POWERED 21 1988 PROLINECC 1999 Yamaha 200HP. Runs Great! VHF, Depth Sounder, Bait Well, Full Cover, New Cushions & Bi mini. $7,450 941-276-7623 20 BENNINGTONPONTOON, 60HP, 4S, Changing Station.. $12,000 FIRM 941-759-3872 18 2001 ANGLERW/ 2005 90HP YAMAHA4 STROKE. VHF RADIO, LOWRENCEHOOK7 DF, FF, & GPS, 55LBMINNKOTATROLLINGMOTOR. INCL. TRAILER. $10,500. **SOLD!!** 17.5 2013 SCOUTSportfish CC, 90HP Yamaha, 83 hours, Minnkota, Live well, Bimini, Full Electronics package, continental trailer, always garaged. Exc Cond. $23,000 941-979-9627 17 2003 SEA HUNT Triton, 1 72 w/ 90HP Yamaha, 2 stroke, Canvas T-Top, Galv. Trailer, Lowrance GPS/FF, Great shape $8,300 630-936-9981 16 2004 FLATS SKIFF SUNDANCE CC, 40HP, PUSHPOLE& PLATFORM. BIMINITOP, TROLLINGMOTOR, FF, LIVEWELL, EXC. CONDITION. $5,000. 941-830-4693 7333 MISC.BOATS *WE BUY BOATS! RUNNING OR NOT! $500 & UP 1995 or Newer Frank 941-276-0204 8  A C HILLE S DIN G Y O AR S PUMP, ANCHOR INCLUDED $200, OBO 941-380-6035

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BIMINI 71Ž, gray canvas $ 15 941-639-4216 A N C H O R DANF O RTH Fluke 18# $25 941-639-4216 A N C H O R LINE 1 2 5 1/ 2 Ž 3 strand $40 941-697-0940 STYROFOAM FLOAT 4X4X 8Ž $65 941-697-0940 S EAVIEW S EAMA S TER Under Water IR Video System. $150, OBO 941-429-5858 INVERTER C ABLE 4/ 0 wire w/switch and 500A fuse NEW $75 941-697-0940 ELE C ADAPTER F O R S H O RE POWER Y 50A MALE TO 30A FEMALE $85 941-697-0940 ELE C ADAPTER F O R S H O RE POWER Y 50A MALE TO 30A FEMALE $85 941-697-0940 BOAT FENDERS T wo A ttwoo d white boat fenders 7ŽX18Ž $5 585-734-1141 B O AT DAVIT S S et o f post mounted boat davits.All parts in cluded. $400 585-734-1141 7339 CANOES/KAYAKS 1 3  D O UBLE KAYAK WILDERNESS Sit-in,Paddles,jackets. $495 941-624-2899 12 KEOWEE 2 motor mt, a dj seats,paddle $295 941-380-6935 7341 TRAILER & ACCESSORIES NEW SHIPMENT!ENCLOSEDTRAILERSBYLARK ANDOPENTRAILERSBYTRIPLE CROWNINSTOCKALSO NEW CARGOCRAFTENCLOSEDTRAILERSMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR NEW C AR GO C RAFT ENCLOSED TRAILERS JUST ARRIVED FROM 8 TO 20 Ready for immediate delivery MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR M O T O R C Y C LE TRAILER DRIVE ON TILT & LOCK SPARE $250 941-380-6935 B O AT TRAILER G ALVANIZED V.G.COND.UP TO 14FT. $320, OBO 941-875-5391 B O AT TRAILER 1 2 -1 6  W/JACK,SPARE,WINCH $250 941-380-6935 1 6  EN C L OS EDTRAILER 1 2  High, Many Extras! Like Brand NEW! $7,500 941-380-7466 120Ž TRAILERS CARGO ENCLOSED DUMP UTILITY EQUIPMENT SKIDSTEER. PARTS-SERVICETRADESWELCOME. FINANCINGAVAILABLE. 941-575-2214WEBUYTRAILERS, CARS& TRUCKS.ROYS TRAILER COUNTRY 4760 TAYLOR RD., P.G. 7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ SCOOTERS HARBOR SCOOTERS for all your scooter needs... 3315 Tamiami Trl. PG We Repair Scooters too! 941-347-8705 SALES SERVICE PARTS HarborScooters.net 2018 CARGO CRAFT 8.5X24 CAR HAULER ONLY $5,750.00 Ready for immediate delivery MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 200 4 H O NDA S HAD O W75 0 11200 Miles. Includes Helmet & Saddlebags $2,500, OBO 419343-4712 2000 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Road King Police, Excellent Condition, 22K Miles, Hard Bags, Custom Seat, Center Stand, Lots of Chrome and Extras. $6,500. 941-979-9826 1999 TRIUMPH Thunderbird 17,573 original miles, 1 owner, Back rest, luggage rack, custom seat, saddlebags, windshield. Store Indoors. Runs great, looks great. $3,500, OBO 847-708-9187 1999 SUZUKI INTRUDER Only 16k mil, Runs Great W/S Bags, $1 500obo 401-965-7084 7370 CAMPERS/ TRAVEL TRAILERS 2015 COLEMAN 15 Pull Behind, $7,200 941-321-7244 7380 MOTOR HOMES / RVs WANTED All M otor Homes, TTs, 5th wheels,& Diesel trucks. CASH paidon the spot for quick sale. Any Condition! Low or High Value. 954-789-7530 TURN YOUR RV INTO CASH!Sell it! Consign it! Trade it!NOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM TOWABLE HOTLINE 1-877-684-5132TRAILERS/5TH WHEELS TOY HAULERS/ SLIDE INS Top Brands Best PricesNOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM PUT CLASSIFIEDS TOWORK FORYOU!FINDAJOB! BUYAHOME! BUYACAR! OVER 800 RVS IN STOCK! *SALES *SERVICE *PARTS *BODYFAMILYOWNEDAND OPERATEDGERZENYS RV WORLD2110 US41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 NEAROSCARSCHERERSTATEPARK WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM MOTORHOMESTop Brands Best Prices Class As, Cs, Bs & B+ New from $53,900NOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM Blue-Ox Tow Hitches Sold & Installed. PRO-POWER AUTO SALES 4140 Whidden Blvd PC 33980 (941) 627-8822 30` 2017 KEYSTONE272 1 Slide, Leather Couch, Wall Vac, Almost Perfect Condition! Sleeps 6. Used 3 Nights. $17,500. obo 941-764-7909 2006 34 JAYCO-SENECA HD Diesel, 2 slides, Class C 71k miles, Many Extras. $36,500/obo 941-637-0825 7382 RV/CAMPER PARTS BLUE OX 8Ž d rop rece i ver $50, OBO 941-766-7373 RV SUNSCREEN 9 x 15 C are free EZ-zipblocker w/case. Like New $135 941-766-7373 BLUE OX TOW BAR A venta LX : BX7445, cables, cover incl. $325 OBO 941-766-7373 TODAY Pancake Breakfast, Sat Mar 3, 7:0010:30 am, Meth Church, 21075 Quesada, Pt Charlotte, $5, Under age 6, over 90 free, 625-4356 PG Farmers Market, 8 to 1pm taylor & olympia 9413914856 New Lobster rolls, cubans, sausages, hot dogs, empanadas, produce seafood meats & AARP TaxAide, Free tax prep @ the Cultural Center Room K; Mo 9a-2p & 3-7p, Tu Sa 9a-2p, until 15 Apr. Stop in for appointment Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 Parks that Teach, Master Gardeners lead a tour on Punta Gorda Pathways 9:30am to 11:00am From Fishermans Village lot 764-4352 P.C. Doll Show Sale, 10-3, March 3 Charlotte Harbor Event Center, 75 Taylor St, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 941-286-1446 $5.00 P.C. Doll Show Sale, Time, location, phone is required in this field or listing will not print. 120 char. limit. Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview PC 941-629-1645 dinner 5-8 Open Mic S &H Story Time for Kids, EVERY Saturday at downtown Punta Gorda bookstore! 10:30-11:15 am. Free! Copperfish Books 103 W Marion Ave 205-2560 Bingo, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 10:45am-3:30pm. Game Packs start at $13. Over 25 games w/ payouts up to $250.625-4175. Deep Creek Elks, Open@11. indoor yardsale today.Dinner 5-8. Filet, seafood&more. Music by 3 of a kind. 6:30-9:30.Reserve@ 941-249-8067. Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch; 1pm Tiki open; 5-8 Dinner; 6pm QnHrts; 6:30-9:30 Music by Two Can Jam@25538 ShorePG637-2606;mbrs&gsts TODAY COUNTRY BREAKFAST, Come enjoy our COUNTRY BREAKFAST & CRAFTS today @ Holiday Estates I&II, 1445 Seagull, Engwd, 7:3010:30am $6 FC Mens Breakfast, FC Mens Prayer Brkfst @ 8:00am @ Church campus-140 Rot. Blvd.W. Free & all men are invited. 475-7447 HTP Arts/Crafts Show, .Arts & Crafts Show HTP 1475 Flamingo (behind Advance Auto on 776)Sat.March 3 9-1. LUNCH/RAFFLES 207-595-0874 Manasota Beach Yoga, These Yoga classes are designed for all abilities and ages. Locals and visitors are equally welcome. Free Will Donation. Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 Corn Hole Rotonda, Rotonda Elks Corn Hole 12:30pm sign in $2.00 entry fee. Bar Food available. Club opens at 11am. Members & guests BINGO, March 3,2018 1:00 pm -3:30 pm. VFW Aux 550 N. McCall Rd Englewood, Fl 34223 Open to the Publix Bar Bingo, Bar Bingo. 2-4 pm Saturday. Englewood Elks, 401 N Indiana Ave, Englewood. Cost $12.00. Questions call 941-474-1404. KARAOKE NIGHT, Come and Sing!! Karaoke starts at 6:30pm. Am. Legion 113, 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda Sugarland Tribute, Sugarland Tribute, Englewood Elks Lodge, 7:30 pm. Tickets $25 plus tax. Call 941-474-1404 for info SUNDAY $7 Sunday Breakfast, Englewood Elks Famous $7 AUCE Breakfast. 8 am to 12 Noon. 401 N Indiana, Avenue. For information call 941-474-1404 Eagles Breakfast, $7, 8:30-11:00 am, the Eagles, 250 Old Englewood Rd. 941-474-9802 Membership drive, open to the public Broasted Chicken, Rotonda Elks Broasted Chicken Dinner 2-4pm. Eat at Club or Take out. Members & guests, 941-697-2710 Ballroom Classes, Every Monday thru April 4, 4:00 5:00 Beginner/Intermediate Class Englewood Sports Complex for info call 941-496-9692 BREAKFAST, Breakfast is Cancelled till further notice. Bar Bingo in the Lounge at 6:30pm. Legion 113, 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda Karaoke @ the Eagles, with Gil & Rhonda from 6-9 pm at the Eagles, 250 Old Englewood Rd, 941-474-9802. Member drive. Food available to 8 pm MONDAY Courage Over Cancer, Help & spiritual counsel for cancer patients, caregivers, & loved ones. Call 697-1747, Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC Zumba with Terri, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9-10a. $7/class or $50 punch card for 10 classes. Table Tennis (Open), Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9:30-12:30p. Open to all skill levels. $2 to play! TODAY Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 AMVETS 2000 Euchre, $10 Entre fees 11:30-3:30pm Lunch available DJ by Scotty Dog @ 7:30-11pm 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 North Port Moose, Saturday steak night from 5 to 8 and entertainment from 6 to 9! Bar food for lunch!, 14156 Tamiami trl NP Parkinsons Boxing, NeuroChallenge Foundation endorsed. Balance, conditioning, memory. Wed. 1-2 at Morgan Center. $10. 239-292-9230. AMVETS 312 Dinner, 4:30-6:30 pm Steak Din. W/pot,sal,des $12 Adv ticket only by Feb 28 Music Pub welc 7050 Chancellor Bl NP 941-429-5403 Divine Light, Womens Candle Lighting Ceremony; celebrate divine feminine. Mar 3rd, 6:30pm, 1001 Corporate Ave, $10 drop-in. 423-5409. SUNDAY AMVETS 312 Breakfast, 8:30-11:00 Great selection incl bev only $7.00 $1 Bloody Marys Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 Ayurveda, Community-led study group; every First Sunday. Mar 4th, 1-2pm, 1001 Corporate Ave, $15 gratitude offering. 423-5409. North Port Moose, Sunday Funday with NASCAR! Bar food available all day with Kristins special bloody Marys! 14156 Tamiami trl NP Qi Gong for Kids, Active movement for children. Mar 4th, 1-2:30pm, 1001 Corporate Ave, $10 pre-registration. 423-5409. Writers on the Air, 3:00 Common Grounds Meeting Hall, 12735 US-41 941-223-1262 Local poets and writers. Sign up: 2:30 Public Welcome FREE MONDAY Free movie„The Ride, Free Family Movie, NPCUCC, 3450 S. Biscayne, 4-5:30pm. Mar 10. A has-been cowboy changes his life. Terry, 426-5580. Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 AM NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Join Brenda for a good workout & feel good Courage Over Cancer, Help & spiritual counsel for cancer patients, caregivers, & loved ones. Call 697-1747, Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC Free Tax Help, 9am-1pm, every Monday, AARP Tax-Aide, Holiday Park Rec. Center, Phase 1 Rec. Hall, Tuscola Blvd., NP Meatloaf SS Cake, Meatloaf/Homemade SS cake dinner, NPCUCC, 3450 S. Biscayne, March 10, 6pm Reserve Tickets: Terry, 426-5580. $10. Sonny and Perley, 3-5pm, Shannon Staub Library 4675 Career Ln. 941-861-1740 Join us for a free musical performance by Sonny and Perley. CHARLOTTE EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS AAUW Stem Saturday:How Do Airplanes Fly?, Mar 10 Mid County Reg Library 2050 Forrest Nelson Blvd, PC. 10 11:30 am. Char Co kids, grs 4 … 7. Free prog put on by the 99s, an international org of women pilots from all areas of aviation including professional airline, industry, & government pilots. Registration required. Call 508-878-9160. Collector Car Display, Sat, March 3, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m & Sun. March 4, Seafood Fest, Laishley Park 100 Nesbit St. PG by Vintage Motor Car Club of America SW Fl. Region will display some vehicles. Join us with your non-modified old car. 941-626-4452 Free Open Cruise In, Sat, March 3, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Towles Plaza, 2705 Tamiami Trail, PG by VMCCA SW Fl. Region. Open to all years, makes & model collector type cars/truck/motorcycles incl. modified are welcome. Free coffee & donuts to show car participants. Lee 941-626-9359 Lunch & Learn „ River Cruising 101, River Cruising 101 The Great Rivers of Europe. Join us for a fun Lunch & Learn to have all your River Cruising questions answered. 12:30pm Thurs. Mar. 8 @ PGICA 2001 Shreve St., Punta Gorda. Space is limited to only 30. Reservations a MUST! Call 941-661-4452 to reserve your spot. No cost event. Charlotte Chorale: GABRIELI TO GERSHWIN, The Charlotte Chorale presents: GABRIELI TO GERSHWINŽ. A wonderful program featuring the works of Gabrieli up to Gershwin, with a professional orchestra., Music for everyone!, MARCH 3, 4PM, Charlotte Performing Arts Center, 701 Carmalita St.,Punta Gorda. For tickets call: 941-204-0033 Featured EventsPAID ADVERTISEMENTS The Community Calendar items are entered by the event organizers and are run as submitted.Ž To submit an item, go to www.yoursun.com, select an edition and click on the Community CalendarŽ link on the left. Click Submit Event,Ž and fill out the appropriate information. adno=50530637 CONVERTIBLE WINDOW REPAIRGlass Falling Out?Jaguar, Cross“ re, Audi with Glass. We can repair yours, 1 year warranty.Hydro-E-Lectric 5530 Independence Court, Punta Gorda, FL 941-639-0437 € www.hydroe.com ADNO=718746

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Page 48 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 24 ENGLEWOOD 804 N Manasota Key Road Ellen Baker & Michael Hollenbeck 941-268-4999 D5922769 $2,599,900 PALM ISLAND 3 Pointe Way Ellen Baker & Kevin Mackin 941-268-4999 / 941-769-0198 D5917026 $1,474,000 OSPREY 854 Macewen Drive Michelle Hupp 941-773-5464 N5915808 $1,600,000 LOCALLY KNOWN. GLOBALLY CONNECTED. PUNTA GORDA3333 Sunset Key Circle 702 Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7231403 $475,000 VENICE571 Khyber Lane Helene Johnston, P.a. 941-232-5484 A4210343 $469,000 VENICE1028 Grouse Way Robert Goldman 941-400-2756 N5914793 $467,000 VENICE906 Bramley Court 4 Susan Brooker 941-223-6055 N5916624 $435,000 PLACIDA8944 Scallop Way Elizabeth Burr 941-855-1142 D5923173 $425,000 VENICE126 Cordana Court Magda Cetta Whelton 941-408-4047 N5916574 $305,000 VENICE119 Woodbridge Drive 202 Bambi Utton 941-228-4881 N5916502 $274,900 PUNTA GORDA1349 Aqui Esta Drive 135 Sheila Meeks 941-661-2257 C7249650 $268,500 ENGLEWOOD916 Gasparilla Boulevard Ron Paul 941-483-0866 N5916644 $264,900 NORTH PORT2886 Royal Palm Drive James Callahan 941-676-0901 D5923181 $249,900 BOCA GRANDE5700 Gulf Shores Drive A-321 Erin Halstead & Dee Dee Zor941-270-0539 & 614-330-2210 D5921925 $720,000 OSPREY409 N Point Road 601 Rosalie Phillips 941-544-4430 A4189564 $675,000 ENGLEWOOD2700 N Beach Road B104 Debi Benson 941-815-5969 D5923108 $525,000 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE124 Sugarloaf Drive Marianne Lebar 941-650-0337 A4194127 $524,500 VENICE19787 Cobblestone Circle Open Sun 1-4Bob Wilson 941-600-7429 A4193539 $484,900 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE411 Lyons Bay Road Judy Wright 941-232-8041 A4209146 $339,900 PUNTA GORDA24520 Dolphin Cove Drive Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7238100 $339,000 VENICE1606 Monarch Drive 1606 Scott Johnston 941-232-5482 N5916402 $339,000 PUNTA GORDA901 Don Juan Court Linda Mazner 239-633-1970 C7249794 $325,000 PUNTA GORDA17093 Thyme Court Sandra Limberger 239-898-5238 C7247583 $324,900 NORTH PORT1358 Hedgewood Circle Bob Lorence 239-682-2106 N5916627 $197,000 PLACIDA13220 Anglers Way Melissa Csank 941-855-1347 D5922517 $195,000 NORTH PORT1329 Jonah Drive Debra Gurin 941-875-3242 C7249690 $186,200 ROTONDA WEST347 Boundary Boulevard 101 Marcia Cullinan 941-662-5878 D5923039 $164,000 PUNTA GORDA2090 Matecumbe Key Road 1108 Ken & Sue Parr 941-916-1252 C7249565 $135,000 PUNTA GORDA3160 Matecumbe Key Road 215 Charlie O'Donnell 941-416-7061 N5916308 $124,900 ROTONDA WEST55 Long Meadow Court Elizabeth Burr 941-855-1142 D5923324 $425,000 VENICE105 Alba Street E Jackie Kennedy 941-266-4074 N5916665 $424,000 OSPREY828 Golden Pond Court Christy Neff 941-914-0896 A4197357 $405,000 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE5656 Semolino Street Valerie Woodger 941-313-5500 A4210744 $389,900 PUNTA GORDA3333 Sunset Key Circle 103 Cynthia Ouellette 239-851-2216 C7244758 $385,000 ENGLEWOOD4 Oakwood Drive N Dianne Corcoran 941-266-1426 N5916611 $249,000 NORTH PORT/VENICE2063 Cover Lane Todd Fisk 941-735-3342 C7241742 $239,900 PORT CHARLOTTE13236 Darnell AvenueJohns W. Knight, Jr. & Krista S. Potthast-Haynes, P.A.941-855-0263 D5921824 $230,000 VENICE1507 Gondola Park Drive 1507 Jo-Anne Sckowska & Nell Taylor 941-321-8975 N5914240 $215,000 NORTH PORT3823 Caesar Road Genevieve Ramachandran 941-268-1511 C7249731 $199,000 USEPPA ISLAND 145 Useppa Island Krista S. Potthast-Haynes, P.A. & Johns W. Knight, Jr. 941-759-3796 D5921257 $3,500,000 PLACIDA 11000 Placida Road 2702 Krista S. Potthast-Haynes P.A. & Johns W. Knight, Jr. 941-759-3796 D5922690 $850,000 PORT CHARLOTTE 2839 Mill Creek Road Carlotta Stephenson 941-628-3848 C7238545 $949,000 VENICE BEACH 633 Alhambra Road 707, 708 Sherrey Welch 941-223-6318 N5913262 $999,999 PLACIDA 285 Green Dolphin Drive Randy & Joni McLendon 941-504-5675 D5908965 $999,999 MSC MORTGAGE | MSC TITLE | MS&C COMMERCIAL NEW HOMES & CONDOMINIUMS | RENTAL888.552.5228 michaelsaunders.comLICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKEROPEN HOUSES SUNDAYS 1Â…4 PMmichaelsaunders.com SUNDAY'S OPEN HOUSESENGLEWOOD 7575 Manasota Key Road. $880,000. Maryann Casey. 941468-3741. D5919874 1112 S McCall Road 312. $345,000. Shawna Wagar. 727420-4987. D5922075 10723 Trophy Drive. $299,900. Sherrey Welch. 941-223-6318. N5916187 10889 Lerwick Circle. $254,900. Robert Brooker. 941-445-0861. N5916198 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE 19 Inlets Boulevard 19. $449,000. Marilyn Tibball. 941-350-1832. N5916400 PORT CHARLOTTE 2401 Pappas Terrace. $525,000. Reatha Valera. 941-875-4770. D5922930 PUNTA GORDA 1407 Blue Lake Circle. $325,000. Linda Mazner. 239-633-1970. C7247969 SARASOTA 4127 63rd Terrace E. $309,900. Joan McMahon. 941-306-9353. N5916076 VENICE 484 Arborview Lane. $419,900. Robin Sullivan. 941-467-4210. N5915783 630 Crossfield Circle 43. $409,000. Bambi Utton. 941-2284881. N5915569 668 Sawgrass Bridge Road. $399,900. Carol Elliott. 941-4514033. N5913893 10389 Crooked Creek Drive. $389,000. Joanne Hammar. 941204-1094. N5916643 1074 N Cypress Point Drive. $386,000. William Eckler. 941408-5363. N5915978 1704 Sklar Court. $355,000. 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The News Wire Saturday, March 3, 2018 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER Parents gunned down by their college sonMore than 100 police officers searched neighborhoods near Central Michigan University for a 19-year-old student suspected of killing his parents at a dormitory. See page 10 AP PHOTOA family walks down a snowy street during a winter storm on Friday in Marple Township, Pa. A noreaster pounded the Atlantic c oast with hurricane-force winds and sideways rain and snow, ooding streets, grounding ights, stopping trains and leaving 1.6 million cu stomers without power from North Carolina to Maine. At least ve people were killed by falling trees or branches. BOSTON „ A noreaster pounded the Atlantic coast with hurricane-force winds and sideways rain and snow Friday, ”ooding streets, grounding ”ights, stopping trains and leaving 1.6 million customers without power from North Carolina to Maine. At least “ve people were killed by falling trees or branches. The storm submerged cars and toppled tractor-trailers, sent waves higher than a two-story house crashing into the Massachusetts coast, forced schools and businesses to close early and caused a rough ride for passengers aboard a ”ight that landed at Dulles Airport outside Washington. Pretty much everyone on the plane threw up,Ž a pilot wrote in a report to the National Weather Service. The Eastern Seaboard was hammered by gusts exceeding 50 mph, with winds of 80 to 90 mph on Cape Cod. Ohio and upstate New York got a foot or more of snow. Boston and Rhode Island were expected to get 2 to 5 inches. The storm killed at least “ve people, including a 77-year-old woman struck by a branch outside her home near Baltimore. Fallen trees also killed a man and a 6-year-old boy in different parts of Virginia, an 11-year-old boy in New York state and a man in Newport, Rhode Island. Floodwaters in Quincy, Massachusetts, submerged cars, and police rescued people trapped in their vehicles. High waves battered nearby Scituate, making roads impassable and turning parking lots into small ponds. More than 1,800 people alerted Scituate of“cials they had evacuated, The Boston Globe reported. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker activated 200 National Guard members to help victims. Airlines canceled more than 2,800 ”ights, mostly in the Northeast. LaGuardia and Kennedy airports in New York City were brought to a near standstill. President Donald Trump, who traveled to North Carolina for the funeral for the Rev. Billy Graham, was forced to ”y out of Dulles instead of Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, where Air Force One is housed, because of high winds. Amtrak suspended service along the Northeast Corridor, from Washington to Boston. In New Jersey, a tree hit overhead wires, forcing the suspension of some New Jersey Transit commuter service. Winds toppled a truck on Rhode Islands Newport Pell Bridge and prompted of“cials to close several bridges in the state to commercial vehicles. A tractor-trailer also tipped over on New Yorks Tappan Zee Bridge, snarling traf“c for hours. The federal government closed all of“ces in the Washington area for the day. Smithsonian museums also shut their doors. In the western New York town of Hornell, 30-year-old Anna Stewart was milking the 130 cows of her dairy farm in a barn powered by a generator hooked up to a tractor. Stewart lost power Thursday night. Hornell got more than 14 inches of snow. The snow is pretty wet and heavy. Its taken down a lot of lines,Ž Stewart said. Theres more snow than Ive seen in quite a few years.Ž On the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown resident Andy Towle took video of a 50-foot “shing boat breaking free from its mooring and drifting dangerously toward the rocks. Ive never seen anything like that,Ž the 50-year-old resident said. The harbormaster was down there with police, and they didnt know what to do.ŽNoreaster grounds flights, halts trains along East CoastBy SARAH BETANCOURTASSOCIATED PRESSCHARLOTTE, N.C. „ The Rev. Billy Grahams children remembered Americas PastorŽ on Friday as a man devoted to spreading the Gospel, living his life at home as he preached it in stadiums, with a personable humility and an unwavering focus on the Bible. As his oldest son told the funeral congregation, There werent two Billy Grahams.Ž His adult children „ all speakers or preachers in their own right „ recalled being taught by their parents how to read Scripture aloud and deliver sermons, but also taking quiet walks with their father and feeling his embrace even when they made mistakes. Franklin Graham, who delivered the main funeral message, said all of those qualities were part of the whole. The Billy Graham that the world saw on television, the Billy Graham that the world saw in the big stadiums, was the same Billy Graham that we saw at home. There werent two Billy Grahams,Ž he said. He loved his family. He stood by us. He comforted us.Ž Franklin Grahams funeral message, which included a Gospel call to repentance and salvation, followed shorter remarks by his siblings in a service that lasted just over an hour before an invitation-only crowd of approximately 2,000. I believe, from Heavens perspective, that my fathers death is as signi“cant as his life. And his life was very signi“cant. But I think when he died, that was something very strategic from Heavens point of view,Ž said his daughter Anne Graham Lotz, later adding: I believe God is saying: Wake up church! Wake up world!Ž The congregation included President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and their wives. Neither Pence nor Trump spoke during the service that was streamed live online, but they met privately with the family beforehand. The funeral planning began a decade ago with Billy Graham himself. It also re”ected his familys desire to capture the feeling of the crusades that made him the worlds best-known Protestant preacher of his era. Graham, who died last week at age 99, brought a message of salvation to millions during visits and live broadcasts to scores of countries. The funeral served as a Billy Graham crusade told through his children. Lotz read Scripture, inserting her name into the passages to make her relationship with God more personal and breaking it down intellectually, like her father. Youngest Billy Graham funeral: Evangelists children carry on crusadeBy TOM FOREMAN Jr. and JONATHAN DREWASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ President Donald Trumps move to impose tariffs on imported steel is meant to protect an industry that employs about 140,000 Americans. Yet by raising the price of steel, those same tariffs stand to hurt a far larger group of U.S. workers: the 6.5 million who work in industries that buy steel „ from automakers to aircraft manufacturers to suppliers of building materials. Trump has vowed to impose 25 percent tariffs next week on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum, which he says pose a threat to Americas national security. By building barriers to imported metal, the tariffs would allow U.S. steel companies to expand production and charge higher prices than they could without broader competition. Those higher prices, in turn, would squeeze the companies that use the materials and potentially the consumers who buy the “nished goods. Some economists warn that if consumers must pay more for cars or businesses more for heavy equipment, the resulting slowdown in spending could hamper the economy. Higher prices for consumers could eventually lead to slower U.S. economic growth and result in reduced (overall) factory employment,Ž Moodys Investors Service cautioned in a report. The tariffs and the prospect they will ignite a con”ict with Americas trading partners has rattled Wall Street: The Dow Jones industrial average plunged 420 points on Thursday and an additional 71 points Friday. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross went on CNBC to dismiss as overblown any fears that steel-consuming companies stand to suffer in any meaningful way. SAND TO SNOW NATIONAL MONUMENT „ Sand to Snow National Monument is a quiet place „ its mountainous high desert and cascading streams a draw for those seeking panoramic views, tranquility and solitude. But on a recent morning, the serenity was ruined by a menacing bellowing, making it clear passing hikers werent alone. On a ridgeline near a popular stretch of the Paci“c Crest Trail, “ve feral bulls, each the size of a small car, were snorting, stomping and pawing the ground „ postures indicating they were ready to charge. The bulls gazed down on human observers; some lowered their footlong horns. Then they lumbered on, trampling the trail and devouring native vegetation in one of Californias newest national monuments. Peering through binoculars, Terry Anderson, a board member of the Society for the Conservation of Bighorn Sheep, saw a species he doesnt consider worthy of conservation in the wild lands near Palm Springs. They are part of a herd of at least 150 thats ripping up this monument and scaring the heck out of folks who cross paths with them,Ž he said. They also can transmit disease to native bighorn sheep. So, they need to be removed „ and Im all for lethal removal. They dont belong here.Ž Signs posted at trailheads warn of an additional danger. A pack of pit bulls has been killing and eating wild cattle in this nature sanctuary Tariffs would aid steelworkers at expense of far more othersFeral cattle terrorize hikers and devour native plants in a California national monumentBy PAUL WISEMANAP ECONOMICS WRITERBy LOUIS SAHAGUNLOS ANGELES TIMES CATTLE | 10 TARIFFS | 10 GRAHAM | 10 AP PHOTOSteel coils sit on wagons when leaving the thyssenkrupp steel factory in Duisburg, Germany, on Friday. U.S. President Donald Trump risks sparking a trade war with his closest allies if he goes ahead with plans to impose steep taris on steel and aluminum imports, German ocials and industry groups warned Friday. TNS PHOTOPart of the estimated 150 unbranded feral bulls and cows in the new Sand to Snow National Monument near Palm Springs.

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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTNice with plenty of sun ClearHIGH 79 LOW 460% chance of rain 0% chance of rainPleasant with plenty of sunshine77 / 480% chance of rain SUNDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREPartly sunny and nice78 / 530% chance of rain MONDAYSunny and delightful80 / 615% chance of rain TUESDAYPartly sunny, cooler; breezy in the p.m.65 / 4125% chance of rain THURSDAYA couple of showers possible75 / 5030% chance of rain WEDNESDAY 2 4 6 4 2 0 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent absent 050100150200300500 450-50 Good; 51-100 Moderate; 101-150 Unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300 Very Unhealthy; 301-500 HazardousSource : scgov.net 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme.RealFeel Temperature is the exclusive AccuWeather. com composite of effective temperature based on eight weather factors.UV Index and RealFeel Temperature TodayPrecipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Temperatures Temperatures TemperaturesSource : National Allergy Bureau CONDITIONS TODAY AIR QUALITY INDEX POLLEN INDEX WEATHER HISTORY WEATHER TRIVIA’ PORT CHARLOTTE SEBRING VENICE536877797669Air Quality Index readings as of FridayMain pollutant: ParticulatesPunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Friday Sebring through 2 p.m. Friday Venice through 2 p.m. Friday24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.00Ž Normal month to date 0.19Ž Year to date 2.64Ž Normal year to date 4.42Ž Record 2.00Ž (1994) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.00Ž Normal month to date 0.20Ž Year to date 1.64Ž Normal year to date 4.88Ž Record 2.00Ž (1994) High/Low 86/66 Normal High/Low 79/56 Record High 87 (2012) Record Low 34 (1968) High/Low 82/68 High/Low 82/73 Normal High/Low 75/56 Record High 90 (1997) Record Low 38 (1984)Pollen Index readings as of Friday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2018 2017 Avg. Record/Year J an. 1.98 0.88 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 0.66 0.94 2.52 11.05/1983 Mar. 0.00 0.80 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 1.59 2.03 5.80/1994 May 2.74 2.50 9.45/1991 J un. 14.79 8.92 23.99/1974 J ul. 9.02 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 13.12 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 12.46 6.84 14.03/1979 Oct. 2.54 2.93 10.88/1995 Nov. 0.44 1.91 5.53/2002 Dec. 1.04 1.78 6.83/2002 Y ear 2.64 60.36 50.74 (since 1931) T otals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W FLORIDA CITIES Today Sun.Apalachicola 73 47 s 72 51 s Bradenton 76 52 s 74 52 s Clearwater 74 55 s 72 54 s Coral Springs 78 54 s 73 57 s Daytona Beach 67 47 s 66 51 s Fort Lauderdale 78 55 s 74 59 s Fort Myers 80 49 s 77 51 s Gainesville 72 39 s 69 39 s Jacksonville 69 40 s 66 43 s Key Largo 77 60 s 74 60 s Key West 77 62 s 73 63 s Lakeland 75 45 s 73 45 s Melbourne 72 53 s 71 58 s Miami 80 56 s 76 58 s Naples 80 52 s 77 52 s Ocala 72 40 s 71 40 s Okeechobee 75 43 s 72 48 s Orlando 74 46 s 71 48 s Panama City 72 46 s 72 52 s Pensacola 73 47 s 72 56 s Pompano Beach 77 55 s 74 59 s St. Augustine 65 47 s 61 51 s St. Petersburg 75 53 s 74 53 s Sarasota 77 48 s 75 50 s Tallahassee 71 39 s 70 39 s Tampa 76 52 s 73 52 s Vero Beach 72 50 s 71 55 s West Palm Beach 76 55 s 74 60 s Punta Gorda Englewood Boca Grande El Jobean Venice High Low High Low Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola Wind Speed Seas Bay/Inland direction in knots in feet chop TIDES MARINEPossible weather-related delays today. Check with your airline for the most updated schedules. Hi/Lo Outlook Delays AIRPORTToday 3:32a 10:31a 4:19p 10:30p Sun. 4:19a 10:58a 4:40p 11:19p Today 2:09a 8:47a 2:56p 8:46p Sun. 2:56a 9:14a 3:17p 9:35p Today 1:06a 7:34a 2:01p 7:29p Sun. 1:58a 8:04a 2:30p 8:21p Today 4:04a 11:00a 4:51p 10:59p Sun. 4:51a 11:27a 5:12p 11:48p Today 12:24a 7:26a 1:11p 7:25p Sun. 1:11a 7:53a 1:32p 8:14p N 8-16 1-3 Light NNE 10-20 1-3 ModerateFt. Myers 80/49 sun none Punta Gorda 79/45 sun none Sarasota 77/48 sun none The Sun Rise Set The Moon Rise Set Minor Major Minor MajorThe solunar period schedule allows planning days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during those times. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. SUN AND MOON SOLUNAR TABLEForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018Last Mar 9 New Mar 17 First Mar 24 Full Mar 31 Today 8:26 p.m. 8:05 a.m. Sunday 9:24 p.m. 8:44 a.m. Today 6:51 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Sunday 6:50 a.m. 6:31 p.m. Today 6:39a 12:27a 7:03p 12:51p Sun. 7:33a 1:21a 7:57p 1:45p Mon. 8:26a 2:14a 8:50p 2:38p Monterrey 79/61 Chihuahua 84/50 Los Angeles 56/42 Washington 51/35 New York 45/36 Miami 80/56 Atlanta 62/38 Detroit 43/24 Houston 73/61 Kansas City 60/43 Chicago 48/30 Minneapolis 47/35 El Paso 77/46 Denver 65/34 Billings 34/20 San Francisco 54/42 Seattle 49/34 Toronto 36/22 Montreal 42/29 Winnipeg 34/28 Ottawa 38/25 WORLD CITIESCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WWeather (W): s -sunny, pc -partly cloudy, c -cloudy, sh -showers, t -thunderstorms, r -rain, sf -snow flurries, sn -snow, i -ice. THE NATION Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow IceShown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Fronts Precipitation -10s-0s0s10s20s30s40s50s60s70s80s90s100s110sU.S. ExtremesPublication date: 03/3/18 Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun.Albuquerque 67 36 s 60 28 s Anchorage 32 16 sn 26 15 pc Atlanta 62 38 s 67 41 s Baltimore 49 32 pc 49 29 s Billings 34 20 c 25 20 sf Birmingham 64 38 s 68 44 s Boise 39 22 sf 41 21 c Boston 44 34 c 42 32 pc Buffalo 35 23 s 36 18 s Burlington, VT 40 31 c 40 27 c Charleston, WV 46 24 s 47 25 s Charlotte 59 32 s 60 32 s Chicago 48 30 s 50 37 s Cincinnati 48 26 s 51 31 s Cleveland 38 24 s 36 24 s Columbia, SC 63 36 s 63 35 s Columbus, OH 44 24 s 49 27 s Concord, NH 44 28 c 43 23 pc Dallas 71 55 pc 71 58 t Denver 65 34 s 57 22 pc Des Moines 56 40 s 53 42 c Detroit 43 24 s 43 27 s Duluth 40 30 pc 39 29 r Fairbanks 19 13 sn 27 4 pc Fargo 39 33 sn 40 35 r Hartford 46 32 c 44 27 pc Helena 33 13 c 25 12 sf Honolulu 82 71 r 82 71 pc Houston 73 61 pc 77 64 t Indianapolis 49 27 s 52 34 s Jackson, MS 69 40 s 67 47 pc Kansas City 60 43 s 56 48 c Knoxville 53 29 s 58 31 s Las Vegas 57 41 pc 59 39 s Los Angeles 56 42 sh 62 45 s Louisville 54 29 s 55 35 s Memphis 62 38 s 63 48 pc Milwaukee 44 32 s 45 36 s Minneapolis 47 35 s 46 35 sh Montgomery 69 38 s 69 44 s Nashville 57 32 s 62 39 s New Orleans 71 54 s 76 60 pc New York City 45 36 pc 47 33 s Norfolk, VA 51 39 pc 48 36 pc Oklahoma City 62 47 pc 60 45 c Omaha 60 43 s 56 37 c Philadelphia 48 35 pc 48 31 s Phoenix 75 51 pc 66 44 s Pittsburgh 40 23 s 44 25 s Portland, ME 42 31 c 41 29 c Portland, OR 52 32 sh 51 36 c Providence 45 34 pc 44 30 pc Raleigh 54 32 s 52 32 s Salt Lake City 47 34 sf 38 28 sn St. Louis 59 34 s 60 45 s San Antonio 68 61 c 77 63 t San Diego 63 50 sh 63 48 s San Francisco 54 42 t 57 41 pc Seattle 49 34 sh 50 36 c Washington, DC 51 35 s 50 32 s Amsterdam 38 31 c 48 35 sh Baghdad 78 57 pc 81 61 pc Beijing 63 41 pc 53 28 c Berlin 30 17 pc 36 28 c Buenos Aires 89 67 pc 90 64 s Cairo 84 68 c 88 66 s Calgary 17 3 sn 16 -2 c Cancun 84 72 s 82 69 pc Dublin 38 34 c 40 33 sn Edmonton 20 12 sn 23 5 c Halifax 41 33 c 39 31 c Kiev 32 13 sn 23 13 c London 41 37 r 47 38 sh Madrid 54 46 r 57 42 r Mexico City 78 51 pc 80 53 pc Montreal 42 29 c 39 24 pc Ottawa 38 25 c 38 18 s Paris 48 39 r 48 35 r Regina 25 14 sf 25 8 sn Rio de Janeiro 90 77 pc 89 78 t Rome 59 42 r 59 45 c St. Johns 34 27 pc 34 26 pc San Juan 84 71 s 79 69 sh Sydney 83 73 s 80 72 pc Tokyo 56 51 s 65 57 s Toronto 36 22 s 39 24 s Vancouver 45 33 pc 44 34 c Winnipeg 34 28 c 33 28 snHigh ................. 88 at Immokalee, FLLow .............................. -9 at Ely, MN(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)74On March 3, 1994, as much as 30 inches of snow buried central Pennsylvania. Q: Highland, plateau and valley are types of what?A: Glaciers Port Charlotte Tampa Bradenton Englewood Fort Myers Myakka City Punta Gorda Lehigh Acres Hull Arcadia Bartow Winter Haven Plant City Brandon St. Petersburg Wauchula Sebring Lake Wales Frostproof La Belle Felda Lake Placid Brighton Venus Longboat Key Placida Osprey Limestone Apollo Beach Venice Ft. Meade Sarasota Clearwater Boca Grande Cape Coral Sanibel Bonita Springs Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows. North Port 79/46 76/44 78/47 78/47 76/46 77/44 76/42 76/41 77/44 76/52 76/52 77/55 77/49 80/49 77/44 79/45 79/47 79/44 78/45 75/45 76/47 76/43 76/44 75/53 76/45 75/54 78/50 76/49 78/44 76/49 76/49 75/44 77/48 74/55 77/55 79/49 79/50 78/46 CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. „ NASA launched another of the worlds most advanced weather satellites on Thursday, this time to safeguard the western U.S. The GOES-S satellite thundered toward orbit aboard an Atlas V rocket, slicing through a hazy late afternoon sky. Dozens of meteorologists gathered for the launch, including TV crews from the Weather Channel and WeatherNation. GOES-S is the second satellite in an approximately $11 billion effort thats already revolutionizing forecasting with astonishingly fast, crisp images of hurricanes, wild“res, ”oods, mudslides and other natural calamities. The “rst spacecraft in the series, GOES-16, has been monitoring the Atlantic and East Coast for the past year for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The same “rst-class service is now coming to the Paci“c region. Besides the West Coast, Alaska and Hawaii, GOES-S also will keep watch over Mexico and Central America. It will become GOES-17 once it reaches its intended 22,000-mile-high orbit over the equator in a few weeks, and should be of“cially operational by years end. We cant wait!Ž tweeted the National Weather Service in Anchorage just before the rocket soared from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The weather services Jim Yoe said on NASA TV that he was really excitedŽ to see his “rst launch in person. Im even more excited about the work thats coming up for me and my colleagues, putting these new data to work for better forecasts and warnings for the American public,Ž said Yoe, an of“cial at the Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation. With these two new satellites, NOAAs high-de“nition coverage will stretch from the Atlantic near West Africa, a hotbed for hurricane formation, all the way across the U.S. and the Paci“c out to New Zealand. Its the third weather tracker launched by NASA in just over a year: three brilliant eyes in the sky,Ž as NOAA satellite director Stephen Volz puts it. GOES-16 launched in late 2016 and an environmental satellite rocketed into a polar orbit from California last November. These next-generation Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites, or GOES, are a quantum leap aboveŽ the federal agencys previous weather sentinels, Volz said. This is the 18th launch of a GOES since 1975; one was lost in an explosion during liftoff and all but three of the satellites already up there are retired. Rockets by United Launch Alliance, a venture between Lockheed Martin and Boeing, carried all those GOES. Even as it was still being checked in orbit, GOES-16 provided invaluable data to “re“ghters battling blazes in Texas, Oklahoma and elsewhere last March and to Houston-area rescue teams in the ”ooded aftermath of Hurricane Harvey last August, according to of“cials. GOES-16 also observed the uncertain path of Hurricanes Irma and the rapidly intensifying Hurricane Maria in September.NASA launches advanced weather satellite for western USBy MARCIA DUNNAP AEROSPACE WRITER AP PHOTOA United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket carrying the newest Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite launched from Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. adno=50531125

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 3 WORLD ALMANACToday is Saturday, March 3 the 62nd day of 2018. There are 303 days left in the year. Today in historyOn March 3, 1931 The Star-Spangled BannerŽ became the national anthem of the United States as President Herbert Hoover signed a congressional resolution. On this dateIn 1791 Congress passed a measure taxing distilled spirits; it was the first internal revenue act in U.S. history. In 1845 Florida became the 27th state. In 1918 Germany, AustriaHungary, Bulgaria, the Ottoman Empire and Russia signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, which ended Russian participation in World War I. (The treaty was rendered moot by the November 1918 armistice.) In 1923 Time magazine, founded by Briton Hadden and Henry R. Luce, made its debut. In 1960 Lucille Ball filed for divorce from her husband, Desi Arnaz, a day after they had finished filming the last episode of The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz ShowŽ (Lucy Meets the MustacheŽ) on Arnazs 43rd birthday. In 1991 motorist Rodney King was severely beaten by Los Angeles police officers in a scene captured on amateur video. Todays birthdaysSocialite Lee Radziwill is 85. Singer-musician Mike Pender (The Searchers) is 77. Movie producer-director George Miller is 73. Actress Hattie Winston is 73. Singer Jennifer Warnes is 71. Actor-director Tim Kazurinsky is 68. Singer-musician Robyn Hitchcock is 65. Actor Robert Gossett is 64. Rock musician John Lilley is 64. Actress Miranda Richardson is 60. Rock musician John Bigham is 59. Radio personality Ira Glass is 59. Olympic track and field gold medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee is 56. Former NFL player and College Football Hall of Famer Herschel Walker is 56. Actress Laura Harring is 54. Rapper-actor Tone Loc is 52. Actress Julie Bowen is 48. Country singer Brett Warren (The Warren Brothers) is 47. Actor David Faustino is 44. Gospel singer Jason Crabb is 41. Singer Ronan Keating (Boyzone) is 41. Rapper Lil Flip is 37. Actress Jessica Biel is 36. Rock musician Blower (AKA Joe Garvey) (Hinder) is 34. Musician Brett Hite (Frenship) is 32. Pop singer Camila Cabello is 21. Actor Thomas Barbusca (TV: The MickŽ) is 15. Bible verse What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee.Ž „ Psalm 56.3. If fear overtakes you, hurry to your Heavenly Father. He loves you and the answer for every problem. TIVERTON, R.I. (AP) „ A Rhode Island school district is asking local taxpayers to dig deeper into their pockets to fund next years school budget. But dont expect outrage in Tiverton. The school committee wants a total of $1. The committee is proposing increasing the next fiscal years school budget by $800,000 over last year, but noted that it is getting an expected $340,000 in state aid and will withdraw almost $460,000 from its reserve fund. That leaves the town on the hook for $1, a minimum amount required by state law. School Committee member Deborah Pallasch tells The Newport Daily News that the board has never asked for just $1 before. A town referendum May 19 will allow registered voters to decide on the budget.ODD NEWS Town seeks $1 from town for increased school budgetOUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso „ Islamic extremists struck the French Embassy and army headquarters in simultaneous attacks of gun“re and explosives Friday in Burkina Fasos capital, killing eight people and wounding more than 80 others. All eight militants were slain by security forces. The violence, which the government called a terrorist attack, marked a further deterioration in the former French colonys perilous security situation. Islamic militants already have struck twice since January 2016 in the West African country, prompting criticism of the military response each time. No group claimed responsibility for Fridays attacks. One of the militants assaults destroyed a room in the army headquarters where senior of“cers were to have met but was relocated at the last minute, according to Security Minister Clement Sawadogo. If the meeting had taken place in the “rst room, our army would have been beheaded,Ž Sawadogo said, adding that some of the assailants wore military clothing and seemed to be aware of the planned gathering. The French Embassy came under attack around 10:15 a.m., with witnesses at the nearby state TV of“ces telling The Associated Press that the attackers had arrived in a pickup truck, shouted, Allahu akbar!Ž and began shooting. No one in the embassy was hurt, but a gendarme and the four attackers were killed, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said in televised remarks. Gun“re and explosions resounded for hours, subsiding by midday. Workers ”ed nearby of“ces and helicopters were seen above the embassy. A similar attack unfolded at the army headquarters across town. The assailants also arrived in a pickup and starting shooting at soldiers, said Moussa Korbeogo, a trader at a nearby market. Heavy smoke rose from the army joint chief of staffs of“ce, where witnesses reported loud explosions. Windows were broken there and in nearby buildings. Some of the soldiers ran into a nearby bank to seek shelter. Several were killed outside and inside the premises,Ž Korbeogo said. Five emergency centers to treat casualties were set up in hospitals, a military barracks and at a stadium in Ouagadougou, said Col. Amade Kafando, director general of Burkina Fasos army health unit. French President Emmanuel Macron spoke with President Roch Marc Christian Kabore to express his condolences and support, and also to thank the countrys forces for their quick intervention. Burkina Faso is one of “ve countries in the Sahel contributing to the so-called G5 force in the region battling extremists. Macron reaf“rms his determination and the full commitment of France, alongside its G5 Sahel partners, in the “ght against terrorist movements,Ž according to a statement from the French leader. The Paris prosecutors of“ce said it has opened a preliminary attempted murder investigation into the attack because the embassy was among the targets, a French judicial of“cial said on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to talk to the media identi“ed. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres strongly condemned the attacks and expressed solidarity with Burkina Faso government and people. In a statement, he af“rms the United Nations commitment to support Burkina Faso in its efforts to “ght violent extremism and terrorism, sustain the security sector reform, promote national reconciliation and create the conditions for sustainable peace and development.Ž Ouagadougou has been attacked by Islamic extremists targeting foreigners at least twice in the past few years. Security forces have struggled to contain the attacks.Deadly attacks by extremists strike Burkina Faso capitalBy BRAHIMA OUADRAOGOASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOTroops ride in a vehicle near the French Embassy in central Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, on Friday. Gunre and explosions rocked Burkina Fasos capital early Friday in what the police said was a suspected attack by Islamic extremists. PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico „ What appeared to be undetonated explosives were found on a ferry that runs between the Caribbean resorts of Playa del Carmen and the island of Cozumel, authorities said Friday, less than two weeks after a blast shook another ferry plying the same route. Quintana Roo state prosecutor Miguel Angel Pech Cen said in interviews with Mexican media that the boat was anchored 500 yards (meters) from the Cozumel dock and was not in service when the object was discovered Thursday. He said a company diver reported the object, and Mexican navy divers removed it and handed it over to the Defense Department for analysis. The announcement came on the heels of reports that a Feb. 21 explosion on a ferry owned by the same company and on the same route was caused by a bomb. That blast injured 19 Mexicans and at least “ve U.S. citizens. Authorities had initially suggested it could have been a mechanical malfunction. The U.S. Embassy in Mexico said in a statement that it was barring its workers from taking any tourist ferries on that route because undetonated explosive devices were foundŽ on the boat. The region is one of the most popular travel destinations in Mexico. U.S. Government employees are prohibited from using all tourist ferries on this route until further notice. Mexican and U.S. law enforcement continue to investigate,Ž the embassy wrote. Photos of the device published in local media showed what appeared to be a length of PVC pipe attached to the underside of a boat. Pech Cen argued that there was no danger to tourists because the boat was out of service and far from the dock. He noted that the Defense Department had yet to issue a de“nitive “nding on the nature of the object. The state Tourism Department said the same in a statement and added that the vessel had not been in commercial service for over 10 months. State and federal prosecutors are investigating, it said, and the cooperation of international agencies such as the FBI is accepted.Ž Among the lines of inquiry is the possibility that the incidents are exclusively related to situations that are internal and inherent to the ferry line in question, which is not providing commercial service,Ž the statement said. I would say the effect on the tourist population is an undesired collateral effect of something that probably has some other motive,Ž federal Interior Secretary Alfonso Navarrete said. Except for isolated shootings last year, Mexicos Caribbean coast has largely been spared the violence plaguing other parts of Mexico. The coast provides much of Mexicos tourism revenue. The ferry company, Barcos Caribe, whose boat was hit by the Feb. 21 blast, was suspended by the government from operating four days later, even though the “rm said it had the necessary permits. Local media have reported the company is owned by the father of former Quintana Roo state Gov. Roberto Borge, who is under arrest on corruption charges. An employee at the “rm said Friday that the companys boats were not currently operating but did not immediately respond to the reports about the “rms links to the Borge family. Ferries not operated by Barcos Caribe continued to shuttle passengers between Cozumel and Playa del Carmen on Friday. On Cozumel, tourist Jack Bushman of New York had not heard of the incidents or the U.S. travel alert until a journalist asked him about it. I think the Mexican government will probably be doing a good job searching the ships, making sure this doesnt happen again,Ž Bushman said. They want us all to be safe and travel, and they want us to be here for tourism.ŽApparent explosive device found on Mexican ferry off CozumelBy GABRIEL ALCOCERASSOCIATED PRESS PARIS „ The French “lm world may be having its #MeToo moment. One after another, stars showed up at the industrys top awards show Friday wearing a white ribbon in a protest against sexual misconduct. Throughout the Cesar Awards ceremony, presenters referenced the movement that has campaigned for an end to abuses by powerful men. And the packed concert hall stood in ovation as the presenter called on everyone to support the #MaintenantOnAgit (Now We Act) campaign launched this week and efforts to help women pursue legal complaints against abusers. Anger over sexual violence and demands for gender equality in the cinema industry charged the atmosphere around this years Cesars „ much like around the Oscars coming Sunday. Instead of wearing black „ as actors in the U.S. and Britain have done at recent awards shows „ French stars chose to wear a white ribbon to make their statement. A call on the web site of the Foundation of Women, collaborating with the white-ribbon movement, says that We submitted, We endured, We kept silent.Ž More than 100 personalities, including actress Sandrine Bonnaire, director Agnes Jaoui and actor-director Julie Gayet asked for donations via the foundation. The funds are destined for associations helping women pursue cases before justice, so that no woman ever again has to say #MeToo.Ž French “lm stars including Juliet Binoche called in a proposal in Le Mondes Friday edition for quotas to guarantee that more government “lm subsidies go to movies directed by women. Some have criticized the quota idea as counterproductive, however. Frances entertainment industry has seen divisions over the #MeToo movement that started in Hollywood with sexual abuse accusations against producer Harvey Weinstein, with Catherine Deneuve notably saying it had gone too far. No one at the Cesars publicly said anything similar. The ceremonys president Vanessa Paradis „ singer and actress and Johnny Depps ex-wife „ set the tone by opening the show saying: I am wearing this white ribbon for the “ght against violence against women.Ž The ceremony was dedicated to Jeanne Moreau, the smoky-voiced femme fatale of the French New Wave who died last year, known for her distinctive blend of sensuality, intellect and resolve. And the honorary career Cesar is going to Penelope Cruz. In addition to a white ribbon, actor Blanche Gardin wore a pin with the picture of comedian Louis C.K., accused of sexual harassment, and earned laughter with an ironic plea: Producers no longer have the right to rape actresses. But do we still have the right to sleep with them to get roles?Ž she asked. Because if we dont, then we have to learn our lines, pass auditions, and we dont have the time. You realize how much time that takes?ŽFrench stars seek equality at film awardsBy ANGELA CHARLTONASSOCIATED PRESS CRUZ | WORLD NEWS BRIEFSRome subway construction uncovers 2nd-century military homeROME (AP) „ Archaeologists say work to expand Romes subway has unearthed a sprawling 2nd-century domus, or residence, of a military commander, complete with well-preserved geometric design mosaic, marble ”oors and frescoed walls. Top Rome archaeology of“cial Francesco Prosperetti says Friday the domus is adjacent to a previously excavated ancient Roman military barracks. He says the subway work has turned into an astounding archaeological construction site.Ž The domus, found 40 feet below the surface, includes at least 14 rooms and a fountain in a central courtyard. The ruins will be moved elsewhere so tunneling can continue. Work to build new stops on Romes Metro C line is running years behind schedule. Interruptions to excavate ancient ruins explain some of the setbacks. Bureaucracy and construction scandals have also caused long delays.Puerto Rico capital hit by blackout for 2nd day in a rowSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) „ Another power outage has hit the capital of Puerto Rico for the second day in a row after a failure was reported at a substation. The islands Electric Power Authority said Friday in a brief tweet that crews were repairing the failure. It is unclear what caused it or how many customers were affected. Power company of“cials did not return messages for comment. Some 800,000 customers were affected by Thursdays power outage after two of the islands main power stations shut down. It is unclear whether power has returned to all those customers. Nearly 15 percent of power customers overall are still in the dark nearly six months after Hurricane Maria. The Category 4 storm damaged two-thirds of the islands power distribution system.

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Yields affect rates on mortgages and other consumer loans. NET 1YR TREASURIES LAST PVS CHG AGO 4.50 4.25 3.75 1.38 1.13 .63 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill 1.64 1.62 +0.02 .66 6-month T-bill 1.84 1.83 +0.01 .82 52-wk T-bill 2.04 2.03 +0.01 .97 2-year T-note 2.25 2.22 +0.03 1.31 5-year T-note 2.63 2.59 +0.04 2.03 7-year T-note 2.79 2.74 +0.05 2.32 10-year T-note 2.87 2.81 +0.06 2.48 30-year T-bond 3.14 3.09 +0.05 3.08 NET 1YR BONDS LAST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 1.86 1.87 -0.01 1.66 Barclays USAggregate 3.11 3.15 -0.04 2.66 Barclays US Corp 3.69 3.71 -0.02 3.35 Barclays US High Yield 6.14 6.14 ... 5.51 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.82 3.84 -0.02 3.95 10-Yr. TIPS .73 .70 +0.03 .46Commodities U.S. crude oil prices rose slightly and natural gas prices barely fell. 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NA not available. p previous days net asset value. s fund split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the week. Source : Morningstar and the Associated Press.(Previous and change gures reect current contract.) ATLANTA „ Georgia lawmakers decision to punish Delta Air Lines for publicly distancing itself from the National Ri”e Association was an extraordinary act of political revenge. By killing a proposed tax break on jet fuel, pro-gun Republicans won a political victory that could pay off in the short term, but other companies wont soon forget that Georgia allied itself with the NRA over one of its largest private employers, with 33,000 workers statewide. When you inject naked politics „ and thats what this is „ into the economic equation, I think that it does have the chance of spooking the business community,Ž said Tom Stringer, a New York-based consultant for the business-advisory “rm BDO. One thing about the business community is that it has a very long memory.Ž The uproar began last Saturday when Delta stopped offering fare discounts to NRA members in the wake of the school massacre in Florida. On Friday, Delta CEO Ed Bastian insisted in a memo to employees that the company was not taking sidesŽ on gun control and made the decision in hopes of removing itself from the gun debate. He said the companys values are not for saleŽ and we are proud and honored to locate our headquarters here.Ž Delta recently signed a 20-year lease to keep its hub at Harts“eld-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, and business consultants said other Atlanta-based “rms, such as Coca-Cola and UPS, will likely stay put too. But GOP lawmakers willingness to use public money to try to intimidate corporations could damage Georgias ability to attract new industry „ including Amazon, which recently named metro Atlanta a “nalist for its coveted second headquarters. I think its fair to say that this situation would not be helpful to the state of Georgia in potentially securing the Amazon site,Ž said Jerry Funaro, Chicago-based vice president for global marketing at TRC Global Mobility, a relocation management company. They could certainly say that this would be a reason to look elsewhere.Ž Republican Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, who is running in a crowded primary for governor in May, set the stage for the “ght with a tweet Monday saying conservatives would “ght back. He defended the move Friday. We cannot continue to allow large companies to treat conservatives differently than other customers, employees and partners,Ž Cagle wrote in an opinion piece published by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The voters who elected us and believe strongly in our rights and liberties expect and deserve no less.Ž Another GOP candidate for governor, Secretary of State Brian Kemp, even suggested using the estimated $38 million the state would save by killing jet fuel tax break to pay for a tax-free holidayŽ on purchases of guns and ammunition. Other GOP leaders openly cringed at the combative tone Cagle and others took. Republican Gov. Nathan Deal, who is term-limited and serving his “nal year, bemoaned the controversy as an unbecoming squabbleŽ fueled by election-year posturing. GOP House Speaker David Ralston called it not one of our “ner daysŽ when the “restorm erupted Monday. Republicans have controlled the governors mansion in Georgia since 2003, a deep red streak that makes this years GOP gubernatorial nominee a likely favorite in November. Deal and other governors for decades have made it a priority to ensure Georgia was an attractive location for prospective employers, said Charles Bullock, a political science professor at the University of Georgia. Before the NRA controversy, he said, many GOP lawmakers defended the jet fuel tax break as necessary to protect jobs. What this really does is it says, in terms of setting priorities, that taking a stand on the NRA is more signi“cant,Ž Bullock said. The jobs thing now is pushed to the back.Ž After Delta announced it was cutting ties with the NRA, it took pro-gun Republicans just days to make good on their threats by passing a sweeping tax bill „ minus the jet fuel tax break. Deal, who said an estimated $5.2 billion in overall tax savings was too important to sacri“ce, swiftly signed the measure into law Friday. He vowed to keep pursuing the jet fuel exemption as a separate issue.Naked politics of punishing Delta could haunt GeorgiaBy BEN NADLER and R.J. RICOASSOCIATED PRESS Steel and aluminum may be the intended quarry of a trade war that President Trump has said would be goodŽ for the U.S. economy, but the casualties of the con”ict could be food, agricultural economists warn. China, the European Union, Mexico, Canada and other trading partners have sent strong signals that they may retaliate if Trump succeeds in imposing stiff tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. Each of those trading partners is a major buyer of U.S. agricultural goods, which amass a surplus of about $21 billion from worldwide trade, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. We could be in a really nasty trade spat, and weve seen that agriculture is usually a big target,Ž said Josh Rolph, manager of federal policy for the California Farm Bureau Federation. We are greatly concerned.Ž The wheat industry, which has pushed for more open international markets, blasted the proposal Friday. It is dismaying that the voices of farmers and many other industries were ignored in favor of an industry that is already among the most protected in the country,Ž a joint statement from the National Assn. of Wheat Growers and U.S. Wheat Associates said. Food frequently bears a steeper retaliatory penalty in trade wars. Agricultural products perish quickly, faster than politicians can argue. And while few people riot over the price of a smartphone, laptop or car, theyve been known to overthrow governments over a food shortage or a spike in the price of staples. No state has more at stake than California, which leads the country in agricultural revenue. Farmers and ranchers in the Golden State are twice as dependent on foreign trade as the country as a whole. World leaders also likely know that Trump enjoyed deep support in rural, agricultural areas, including much of the Central Valley, said Dan Sumner, an economist who directs of the Agricultural Issues Center at UC Davis. Growers in California earned about $21 billion from trade, which amounted to about 44 percent of their total revenue in 2016, the last year for which full statistics were available, according to the California Department of Food and Agriculture. Top trading partners include the European Union, Canada, China/Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Korea, India, United Arab Emirates, Turkey and Vietnam. Without California, the U.S. would not have exported a single tree nut, table grape, raisin, olive oil drum, garlic clove, artichoke, “g, date, kiwi or dried plum. The Golden State accounts for 90 percent of the U.S. exports of wine, processing tomatoes, avocados, carrots, broccoli and celery. Californias berries, peaches, nectarines, apricots, melons, oranges, lemons, tangerines, mandarins, spinach, lettuce, seasonal vegetables and rice constituted more than half the U.S. exports of those commodities. The U.S. agricultural sector narrowly dodged an international food “ght in 2015, when Canada and Mexico made plans to retaliate against U.S. wine, fruits, meat, cheese and dozens of other items over a dispute involving mandatory labeling of meat by its country of origin. But Congress quietly changed course.Trade war could spark food fight, California growers fearBy GEOFFREY MOHANLOS ANGELES TIMES

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1.80 20 86.29 -3.86 -3.3 146.28 113.42 Ingredion 2.40 18 131.20 +2.47 -6.2 50.90 33.23 Intel 1.20f 18 48.98 +1.25 +6.1 135.59 51.05 InterceptP ... dd 63.60 +1.56 +8.9 181.29 139.13 IBM 6.00 12 154.49 -1.03 +0.7 29.89 17 .25 IntlGmeT n .80 ... 26.88 -.09 +1.4 66.94 49.60 IntPap 1.90f 19 58.47 -1.03 +0.9 26.01 18.30 Interpublic .84f 16 23.58 -.45 +17 .0 5.75 1.88 Intersectns ... dd 2.18 +.04 -3.5 452.00 242.26 IntSurg s ... 49 417 .39 -10.12 +14.4 65.51 37 .26 IonisPhm ... cc 48.94 -2.09 -2.7 64.71 50.58 iShJapan rs ... q 59.97 -1.69 +0.1 39.36 31.63 iSTaiwn rs ... q 37 .03 -.64 +2.3 62.70 45.45 iShCorEM .95e q 58.14 -1.77 +2.2 16.98 10.02 ItauUnibH .32e ... 15.72 -.62 +21.0J-K-L 50.68 29.88 JD.com ... 26 43.80 -4.55 +5.7 119.33 81.64 JPMorgCh 2.24f 18 113.32 -3.99 +6.0 72.18 49.31 JacobsEng .60 23 60.04 -2.31 -9.0 5.80 2.10 JkksPac ... dd 2.45 +.30 +4.3 148.32 120.95 JohnJn 3.36 18 128.82 -2.36 -7 .8 44.37 34.51 JohnContl n 1.04e 25 36.27 -2.55 -4.8 24.50 16.77 KKR 1.31e 10 21.56 -.40 +2.4 121.65 87 .93 KLA Tnc 3.00f 16 113.01 +2.54 +7 .6 114.85 81.54 KC Southn 1.44f 19 104.62 -4.20 -0.6 75.31 58.76 Kellogg 2.16 16 67 .68 -.32 -0.4 8.38 4.01 KeryxBio ... dd 4.74 -.34 +1.9 22.22 16.28 Keycorp .40f 17 21.34 +.48 +5.8 48.16 35.05 Keysight ... 37 49.42 +3.13 +18.8 135.22 109.51 KimbClk 4.00f 18 112.55 -1.10 -6.7 23.31 13.70 Kimco 1.12 16 15.29 +.03 -15.8 21.96 15.96 KindMorg .50 24 16.10 -.91 -10.9 4.91 3.15 Kinross g ... 28 3.64 +.05 -15.7 69.48 35.16 Kohls 2.44f 18 66.50 +.03 +22.6 93.88 66.36 KraftHnz n 2.50 19 67 .17 -1.85 -13.6 13.93 6.96 KratosDef ... dd 11.24 -1.07 +6.1 31.45 19.69 Kroger s .50 14 27 .35 -.07 -0.4 28.71 18.22 Kulicke ... 64 22.97 +.18 -5.6 63.10 35.00 L Brands 2.40 13 43.35 -5.36 -28.0 218.71 159.43 L-3 Tch 3.20f 20 205.25 -7 .36 +3.7 52.85 36.90 LTC Prp 2.28f 13 37 .97 -.49 -12.8 60.85 40.04 LambWst n .77f ... 55.37 +.66 -1.9 118.60 80.00 Landstar .60f 28 110.00 -.70 +5.7 31.75 24.10 LaSalleH 1.80 14 25.00 -.01 -10.9 54.97 42.00 LeggPlat 1.44 20 41.80 -2.97 -12.4 6.56 3.09 LendingClb ... cc 3.79 +.44 -8.2 72.17 49.34 LennarA .16 15 57 .48 -1.56 -9.1 6.80 5.35 LbtyASE .72e q 6.17 -.14 -2.1 45.40 37 .21 LibtProp 1.60 18 39.09 -1.14 -9.1 101.34 81.85 LincElec 1.56 25 86.73 -4.84 -5.3 4.21 3.15 LloydBkg .47a ... 3.80 -.14 +1.3 363.00 264.04 LockhdM 8.00 50 341.72 -14.97 +6.4 108.98 70.76 Lowes 1.64 20 85.34 -12.15 -8.2M-N-0 197 .37 141.12 M&T Bk 3.00 21 190.98 -1.78 +11.7 10.72 6.04 MBIA ... dd 8.08 -.38 +10.4 35.18 26.73 MDC 1.20f 10 27 .78 -1.37 -12.9 28.22 24.29 MDU Res .79 22 26.47 -.99 -1.5 38.41 25.15 MGM Rsts .48f 10 33.73 -1.65 +1.0 10.97 8.59 MVC Cap .60f q 10.08 -.08 -4.5 81.74 37 .03 Macquarie 5.76f 7 38.57 +.25 -39.9 32.16 17 .41 Macys 1.51 10 30.41 +3.67 +20.7 59.99 39.50 Magna g s 1.32f 9 52.46 -4.04 -7 .4 52.05 15.27 Mallinckdt ... ... 16.31 +.15 -27 .7 22.16 16.62 Manulife g .44 ... 18.57 -.69 -11.0 19.52 10.55 MarathnO .20 dd 14.86 -.68 -12.2 149.21 85.63 MAR 1.32 36 139.58 -2.59 +2.8 20.55 12.70 MartinMid 2.00 20 13.75 -1.00 -1.8 24.22 14.58 MarvellTch .24 73 23.42 +.17 +9.1 179.17 110.13 MasterCrd 1.00 41 175.02 -.74 +15.6 26.12 12.71 Mattel .60 cc 16.57 -.07 +7 .7 74.94 43.35 MaximIntg 1.68f 27 61.23 -.35 +17 .1 109.67 90.25 McCorm 1.72f 26 108.29 +2.07 +6.3 9.07 5.56 McDrmInt ... 13 7 .38 -.18 +12.2 178.70 127 .34 McDnlds 4.04 25 148.27 -13.78 -13.9 178.86 133.82 McKesson 1.36 12 149.90 -2.41 -3.9 14.22 11.82 MedProp 1.00f 14 12.56 -.10 -8.9 7 .89 4.05 MedleyCap .64 6 4.11 -.01 -21.3 89.72 76.52 Medtrnic 1.84 31 78.33 -2.06 -3.0 66.78 53.36 Merck 1.92 20 54.36 -.51 -3.4 63.23 41.41 MercGn 2.50 19 45.46 +.44 -14.9 72.25 50.63 Meredith 2.18f 13 57 .05 -.60 -13.6 29.54 14.97 Meritor ... 8 23.00 -2.52 -2.0 55.91 43.01 MetLife 1.60 10 45.50 -1.97 -10.0 99.17 71.40 Microchp 1.45 94 91.29 +6.13 +3.9 49.89 23.15 MicronT ... 10 49.11 +2.58 +19.4 66.34 46.09 MicroSemi ... 29 67 .30 +4.99 +30.3 96.07 63.62 Microsoft 1.68 67 93.05 -1.01 +8.8 3.25 1.05 Microvisn ... dd 1.14 +.03 -30.1 150.87 107 .53 Middleby ... 23 119.86 -14.49 -11.2 46.74 32.23 MdsxWatr .90 26 34.58 -3.05 -13.4 14.17 11.77 MHowHiInc 1.39 q 11.86 -.30 -4.9 18.25 6.05 MiMedx ... 33 7 .59 -.24 -39.8 8.11 5.94 MitsuUF J ... ... 6.95 -.31 -4.4 99.65 72.71 MolsCoorB 1.64 13 78.34 +.09 -4.5 46.69 22.49 Momo ... ... 32.89 -2.86 +34.4 47 .23 39.19 Mondelez .88 23 44.42 +.67 +3.8 70.21 41.02 MonstrBv s ... 39 54.16 -11.72 -14.4 93.93 60.29 Moog A ... 21 82.55 -2.50 -5.0 58.05 40.06 MorgStan 1.16f 15 54.74 -1.33 +4.4 30.49 19.23 Mosaic .10m 36 26.75 -1.96 +4.2 107 .78 78.75 MotrlaSolu 2.08 20 106.29 -.44 +17 .7 35.16 22.21 MurphO 1.00 dd 26.38 +.01 -15.0 47 .82 29.39 Mylan NV ... 9 40.97 -.48 -3.2 49.13 29.20 NCR Corp ... 30 33.67 +1.10 -0.9 4.68 1.58 NQ Mobile ... 22 2.38 +.07 -40.8 29.78 14.52 NRG Egy .12 45 27 .89 +1.47 -2.1 20.15 15.55 NRG Yld C 1.19f 31 16.40 ... -13.2 26.14 22.58 NTT DOCO ... ... 25.46 +.03 +7 .1 14.95 5.32 Nabors .24 dd 6.75 -.14 -1.2 61.25 48.31 NatFuGas 1.66 15 50.04 -.66 -8.9 70.76 51.44 NatGrid 2.89e ... 51.94 -2.12 -11.7 81.60 62.71 NtHlthInv 4.00f 15 65.56 -.44 -13.0 99.02 12.50 NektarTh ... dd 102.87 +13.27 +72.3 64.42 44.63 Neogen s ... 67 59.88 -.23 -2.9 297 .36 138.26 Netflix s ... cc 301.05 +15.12 +56.8 4.25 2.47 NwGold g ... dd 2.56 -.11 -22.2 45.45 35.55 NJ Rscs s 1.09 14 38.05 -1.55 -5.3 17 .69 11.87 NewMedia 1.48 25 17 .44 +1.40 +3.9 108.40 50.00 NewOriEd .40e 43 85.92 -10.03 -8.6 14.95 11.67 NY CmtyB .68 16 14.15 +.08 +8.7 6.69 5.35 NYMt g Tr .80 9 5.64 -.06 -8.6 A-B-C 12.05 9.86 AES Corp .52f 10 10.86 +.37 +0.3 91.73 70.64 AFLAC 2.08f 14 87 .51 -2.06 -0.3 8.65 4.00 AK Steel ... 16 5.69 +.19 +0.5 42.70 32.55 AT&T Inc 2.00f 14 36.35 -.37 -6.5 64.60 42.31 AbbottLab 1.12 26 59.46 -.25 +4.2 125.86 62.88 AbbVie 2.84 24 115.04 -3.71 +19.0 23.53 8.81 AberFitc .80 dd 20.68 -.25 +18.6 41.20 22.69 AcadiaPh ... dd 23.68 -7 .84 -21.4 30.45 16.75 AccelrDiag ... dd 25.25 -.50 -3.6 6.15 3.60 Accuray ... dd 5.55 +.33 +29.1 74.95 44.95 ActivsBliz .34f 51 74.01 +1.94 +16.9 86.42 59.10 Adient n 1.10 ... 60.73 -2.57 -22.8 95.00 61.72 AdvEnId ... 20 66.95 -.28 -0.8 15.65 9.70 AMD ... ... 11.81 -.26 +14.9 39.90 30.15 Aecom ... 12 35.68 -.69 -4.0 58.99 25.66 AeroViron ... 60 49.98 -.21 -11.0 194.40 124.84 Aetna 2.00 17 177 .53 +1.98 -1.6 6.18 .98 AeviGeno ... dd 2.00 -.01 +66.7 75.00 50.86 Agilent .60f 79 67 .51 -3.19 +0.8 25.30 19.42 Aircastle 1.12 8 19.73 -.38 -15.6 34.00 16.79 Akorn Inc ... 21 18.97 -11.15 -41.1 2.91 1.60 AlaskCom ... dd 2.12 -.06 -20.9 144.99 94.70 Albemarle 1.34f 21 95.02 -23.73 -25.7 57 .50 29.55 Alcoa Cp ... 15 45.54 -1.16 -15.5 149.34 96.18 Alexion lf ... 45 117 .92 -1.01 -1.4 206.20 102.10 Alibaba ... 51 179.76 -13.53 +4.3 30.25 14.54 AllegTch ... dd 26.59 -.67 +10.1 256.80 144.75 Allergan 2.88f 7 144.02 -17 .35 -12.0 81.24 64.56 Allete 2.24f 20 68.58 -1.40 -7 .8 23.70 17 .48 AllnceRes 2.04f 5 17 .90 +.10 -9.1 28.15 20.40 AlliBern 2.13e 12 26.25 -.85 +4.8 45.52 36.84 AlliantEg s 1.34f 19 38.22 -1.20 -10.3 45.69 32.93 AllisonTrn .60 17 38.29 -.74 -11.1 105.36 79.09 Allstate 1.84f 13 91.61 -2.30 -12.5 147 .63 46.60 AlnylamP ... dd 121.16 -.26 -4.6 1186.89 803.37 Alphabet C ... 33 1078.92 -47 .87 +3.1 1198.00 824.30 Alphabet A ... 33 1084.14 -43.95 +2.9 10.03 8.05 AlpTotDiv .69 q 9.20 -.23 -2.9 13.00 9.79 AlpAlerMLP 1.35e q 10.15 -.22 -5.9 80.56 45.24 Altaba ... cc 72.69 -5.07 +4.1 77 .79 60.01 Altria 2.80f 20 62.55 -2.04 -12.4 1528.70 833.50 Amazon ... cc 1500.25 +.25 +28.3 66.23 40.06 Ambarella ... 26 51.82 +2.93 -11.8 7 .04 5.30 Ambev .05e 7 6.88 +.16 +6.5 64.89 51.89 Ameren 1.83 19 54.03 -2.32 -8.4 6.25 5.55 AFMulti .50 21 6.25 +.05 +3.3 19.50 12.40 AMovilL .17e 16 18.62 -.59 +8.6 59.08 39.21 AmAirlines .40 9 53.18 -.21 +2.2 20.46 10.23 AEagleOut .50 18 20.27 +1.10 +7 .8 78.07 63.32 AEP 2.48 17 65.18 -2.19 -11.4 102.39 75.51 AmExp 1.40 16 95.60 -3.20 -3.7 67 .30 56.08 AmIntlGrp 1.28 dd 56.51 -3.56 -5.2 60.00 41.14 AmStsWtr 1.02 27 51.24 -3.27 -11.5 92.37 74.63 AmWtrWks 1.66 34 78.88 -1.75 -13.8 48.37 41.43 Amerigas 3.80 34 41.78 -1.55 -9.6 183.90 118.84 Ameriprise 3.32 14 150.91 -9.37 -11.0 106.27 71.90 AmeriBrgn 1.52 11 93.96 -4.46 +2.3 79.10 52.42 Ametek .36 31 74.52 -2.24 +2.8 201.23 152.16 Amgen 5.28e 17 185.08 -1.59 +6.4 93.62 68.57 Amphenol .76 36 89.65 -1.18 +2.1 64.17 39.96 Anadarko 1.00f 67 57 .45 -3.37 +7 .1 121.71 75.11 Andeavor 2.36 33 92.00 -1.94 -19.5 126.50 101.21 ABInBev 3.19e ... 110.63 +3.38 -0.8 12.73 10.00 Annaly 1.20 11 10.12 -.26 -14.9 267 .95 158.66 Anthem 3.00f 18 233.08 -2.16 +3.6 6.35 4.55 Anworth .60 10 4.71 -.13 -13.4 54.64 33.90 Apache 1.00 22 34.78 -1.35 -17 .6 6.82 5.24 ApolloInv .60 ... 5.34 -.04 -5.7 180.62 136.28 Apple Inc 2.52 21 176.21 +.66 +4.1 60.89 36.10 ApldMatl .80f 18 58.03 +1.02 +13.5 103.41 26.11 ApldOptoel ... 8 27 .95 -.07 -26.1 39.55 30.38 AquaAm .82 24 32.50 -2.50 -17 .2 39.70 16.95 ArcBest .32 15 33.20 +.15 -7 .1 31.17 21.76 Arconic .24 dd 23.91 -1.22 -12.3 17 .87 15.03 AresCap 1.52 9 15.71 -.19 -0.1 25.95 17 .25 AresMgmt 1.60e 38 24.60 +.65 +23.0 30.00 1.27 ArgosThr rs ... ... 1.43 +.08 -52.3 311.67 117 .95 AristaNetw ... 64 271.50 +25.58 +15.2 18.60 6.73 ArrayBio ... dd 17 .96 -.19 +40.3 87 .26 69.67 ArrowEl ... 11 79.66 -3.18 -0.9 77 .16 58.15 Ashland .90m 39 69.85 -1.34 -1.9 36.70 28.43 AstraZen s 1.37e 8 33.16 -.85 -4.4 34.02 13.97 AtHomGr n ... 51 28.71 -1.61 -5.5 93.56 76.17 ATMOS 1.88f 15 79.19 -3.40 -7 .8 125.24 95.50 AutoData 2.52 30 113.60 -4.05 -3.1 123.67 78.47 AveryD 1.80 30 115.16 -3.97 +0.3 49.41 20.71 AvisBudg ... 16 45.54 -.29 +3.8 52.83 38.35 Avista 1.49f 27 48.54 -1.05 -5.7 43.10 27 .05 B&G Foods 1.86 8 29.50 -1.75 -16.1 49.06 42.44 BCE g 3.02f ... 43.52 -.94 -9.4 16.97 10.39 BGC Ptrs .72 dd 13.25 +.13 -12.3 45.43 28.73 BHPBil plc 1.66e ... 39.70 -3.05 -1.5 44.62 33.10 BP PLC 2.38 21 38.70 -1.40 -7 .9 27 .95 15.00 BP Pru 3.60e 3 19.75 -1.05 -1.7 274.97 166.00 Baidu ... 20 250.60 -.14 +7 .0 38.59 25.53 BakHuGE n .72f ... 27 .45 -.58 -13.2 89.50 70.23 Balchem .42f 37 76.97 +1.58 -4.5 43.24 35.60 BallCorp s .40 20 39.40 -.23 +4.1 5.94 1.90 BallardPw ... dd 3.26 -.19 -26.1 9.54 6.90 BcBilVArg .27e ... 8.25 -.23 -2.9 13.18 7 .83 BcoBrad s .06a ... 11.97 -.41 +16.8 7 .57 5.51 BcoSantSA .21e ... 6.83 -.20 +4.4 32.85 22.07 BkofAm .48 20 31.63 -.28 +7 .1 84.71 66.75 BkMont g 3.71e ... 74.90 -3.58 -6.4 58.99 45.12 BkNYMel .96 16 55.37 -1.53 +2.8 66.78 53.86 BkNova g 2.32 10 61.22 -.67 -5.1 73.60 25.59 B iPVxST rs ... q 45.39 +4.95 +62.6 9.75 4.10 BarnesNob .60 dd 4.70 ... -29.9 20.37 11.07 BarrickG .12 25 11.54 -.61 -20.2 BasicEnS ... dd .45 ... ... 72.58 50.35 Baxter s .64 31 66.28 -1.92 +2.5 23.24 11.18 BeazerHm ... 18 16.00 -.83 -16.7 248.39 175.66 BectDck 2.92 88 217 .65 -2.69 +1.7 41.96 19.07 BedBath .60 6 21.83 -.14 -0.7 50.47 40.60 Bemis 1.24f 18 44.43 -.26 -7 .0 217 .62 160.93 BerkH B ... 27 201.34 -1.42 +1.6 78.59 43.72 BestBuy 1.80f 18 73.04 -.13 +6.7 64.42 45.10 BigLots 1.00 16 56.29 -.70 +0.2 9.25 3.95 Biocryst ... dd 5.03 +.01 +2.4 370.57 244.28 Biogen ... 18 286.96 -5.82 -9.9 72.02 50.65 BlkHillsCp 1.78 15 51.33 -.61 -14.6 14.55 6.83 BlackBerry ... 15 12.36 -.19 +10.7 38.00 32.81 BlkHlthSci 2.40 q 35.05 +.20 -4.0 15.84 13.57 BlkMuniast .72a q 13.67 -.06 -8.7 37 .52 28.45 Blackstone 2.70e 16 33.35 -.91 +4.2 40.15 21.51 BlueBPet n ... 46 39.91 -.09 +21.7 371.60 173.75 Boeing 6.84f 36 344.67 -11.99 +16.9 2087 .34 1612.41 BookingHl ... 28 2033.79 +126.77 +17 .0 58.22 37 .54 BorgWarn .68 13 48.01 -4.14 -6.0 202.35 128.70 BostBeer ... 20 164.55 -5.50 -13.9 29.93 24.02 BostonSci ... 18 26.77 -.43 +8.0 24.50 15.73 Box Inc n ... dd 18.82 -4.50 -10.9 40.44 19.46 BoydGm .20 23 35.31 +.04 +0.7 27 .34 20.00 BrigStrat .56 13 22.15 ... -12.7 45.81 29.50 Brinker 1.52 11 35.96 +.97 -7 .4 70.05 51.56 BrMySq 1.60 66 66.17 -1.78 +8.0 73.41 58.00 BritATob s 2.24e ... 58.67 -4.11 -12.4 15.66 6.39 Brookdale ... dd 7 .04 +.22 -27 .4 46.88 35.30 BrkfInfra s 1.88f 29 40.61 +.50 -9.4 64.45 48.04 Brunswick .76 17 61.18 +2.35 +10.8 69.95 43.90 Bu ckeye 5.05 13 44.43 -2.61 -10.3 50.83 40.48 CMS Eng 1.43f 26 42.59 -1.27 -10.0 15.65 9.36 CNH Indl .12e cc 12.99 -1.10 -3.1 16.83 11.30 CNX Resc .04 dd 16.72 +1.75 +14.3 60.04 45.41 CSX .88f 9 55.04 -.58 +0.1 18.25 6.70 CVR Rfng 1.39 21 12.50 -.85 -24.5 84.00 66.45 CVS Health 2.00 12 67 .46 -.70 -7 .0 8.98 6.25 CYS Invest 1.00 6 6.42 -.19 -20.0 29.57 21.40 CabotO&G .24f 48 25.26 +.80 -11.7 14.50 9.00 CaesarsEnt ... dd 12.25 -.85 -3.2 50.40 33.40 Cal-Maine 2.49e dd 43.50 -.15 -2.1 12.42 10.60 CalaCvHi 1.20 q 11.70 -.07 -1.3 25.45 15.64 CalAmp ... 49 24.03 +.08 +12.1 22.10 12.00 Calgon .20 cc 21.40 +.05 +0.5 46.15 32.75 CalifWtr .75f 26 36.40 -3.75 -19.7 15.25 9.30 Calpine ... dd 15.22 -.01 +0.6 9.95 3.40 CalumetSp ... dd 6.75 -.25 -12.3 96.39 78.38 CamdenPT 3.08f 21 78.55 -3.21 -14.7 59.61 41.99 CampSp 1.40 14 42.02 -2.10 -12.7 100.01 77 .20 CIBC g 5.32f 10 89.74 -4.22 -7 .9 85.73 71.02 CdnNR gs 1.33 ... 75.29 -2.01 -8.7 37 .63 27 .52 CdnNRs gs 1.34f ... 30.89 -1.26 -13.5 106.50 76.05 CapOne 1.60 28 96.72 -2.32 -2.9 16.72 10.35 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23.90 10.95 Comtech .40 35 23.23 +.71 +5.0 41.65 32.16 ConAgra .85 20 36.87 +.59 -2.1 65.04 50.10 ConnWtrSv 1.19 24 49.65 -3.67 -13.5 61.31 42.27 ConocoPhil 1.14f 43 54.06 -2.99 -1.5 24.80 10.83 ConsolCom 1.55 ... 11.83 -.06 -3.0 89.70 74.17 ConEd 2.86f 15 74.35 -3.28 -12.5 229.50 155.11 ConstellA 2.08 24 219.84 +2.38 -3.8 58.89 29.08 ContlRescs ... 95 49.50 -.75 -6.6 44.50 30.68 CooperTire .42 18 32.45 -.29 -8.2 43.20 33.24 CorOnDem ... dd 42.80 +1.48 +21.1 35.10 26.32 Corning .72f 18 28.80 -.32 -10.0 36.03 24.78 CorpOffP 1.10 13 25.31 -.72 -13.3 199.88 150.00 Costco 2.00 30 189.33 -.48 +1.7 21.68 14.24 Coty .50 ... 19.45 -1.18 -2.2 49.00 4.66 CSVixSh rs ... q 9.05 +1.69 +63.4 29.25 20.00 CrestEq rs 2.40 dd 27 .15 -.15 +5.2 14.95 5.93 Crocs ... dd 13.63 -.10 +7 .8 10.05 7 .17 CronosGp n ... ... 9.40 ... +23.4 62.27 49.17 CrownHold ... 19 49.63 -1.24 -11.8 194.18 143.83 Cummins 4.32 44 158.94 -10.59 -10.0 35.10 11.35 CybrOpt ... 94 16.95 +.70 +13.0 17 .97 12.50 CypSemi .44 29 17 .60 +.35 +15.5D-E-F 61.53 45.47 DCT IndlTr 1.44f 27 55.21 -1.01 -6.1 14.38 6.77 DDR Corp .76 20 7 .92 +.18 -11.6 11.57 9.71 DNP Selct .78 q 9.99 -.24 -7 .5 53.32 31.98 DR Horton .50 16 42.05 -2.42 -17 .7 116.74 97 .66 DTE 3.53f 18 100.79 -3.91 -7 .9 100.11 73.81 Darden 2.52 23 95.47 +.12 -0.6 20.10 8.32 DeanFoods .36 11 8.97 -1.16 -22.4 175.26 106.93 Deere 2.40 35 153.31 -12.93 -2.0 60.50 43.81 DeltaAir 1.22 11 53.26 -.20 -4.9 2.73 .92 DenburyR ... dd 2.30 -.17 +4.1 38.75 21.35 Dermira ... dd 25.16 -1.02 -9.5 45.16 28.80 DevonE .24 20 31.36 -.07 -24.3 147 .62 110.92 Diageo 3.20e ... 132.79 -6.29 -9.1 20.41 10.06 DiamOffsh .50 23 14.68 -.67 -21.0 6.20 3.07 DianaShip ... dd 3.75 +.10 -7 .9 31.55 12.90 Diebold .40 18 16.55 +2.00 +1.2 12.95 8.50 DigiIntl ... 30 10.33 -.23 +8.1 127 .23 97 .04 DigitalRlt 4.04f 47 98.22 -3.98 -13.8 85.40 45.51 Dillards .40 12 87 .97 +16.64 +46.5 46.48 21.25 DxGBull rs ... q 23.05 -1.56 -27 .3 32.36 11.34 DrGMBll rs ... q 13.36 -.26 -24.8 45.37 2.16 DirSPBear s ... q 28.40 +1.59 -5.2 20.21 10.47 DxSCBear rs ... q 11.99 +.31 -2.3 12.08 2.85 DxBiotBear ... q 3.28 +.04 -28.9 54.49 30.00 DrxSPBull s ... q 44.06 -2.92 -0.6 81.93 57 .50 Discover 1.40 14 75.84 -3.58 -1.4 30.25 15.99 DiscCmA ... 13 24.67 +.66 +10.2 29.18 14.99 DiscCmC ... 12 23.15 +.41 +9.4 116.10 96.20 Disney 1.68f 15 102.99 -4.26 -4.2 105.82 65.97 DollarGen 1.04 21 94.28 -2.92 +1.4 116.65 65.63 DollarTree ... 24 104.41 -2.20 -2.7 85.30 72.08 DomEngy 3.34f 15 72.50 -2.18 -10.6 236.00 166.74 Dominos 2.20f 38 223.10 -5.75 +18.1 52.58 35.47 Domtar g 1.74f 17 45.38 -.16 -8.4 52.20 42.59 Donaldson .72 26 46.90 -1.59 -4.2 77 .08 59.29 DowDuPnt .84e 22 68.43 -4.45 -3.9 9.18 7 .68 DryStrt .52 q 7 .76 -.03 -10.2 9.38 8.56 DufPUC .60 q 8.70 +.03 -1.7 91.78 72.93 DukeEngy 3.56 16 75.35 -1.87 -10.4 30.14 24.48 DukeRlty .80 19 24.59 -.88 -9.6 46.99 31.89 eBay s ... 21 42.95 -.73 +13.8 119.00 81.99 EOG Rescs .67 dd 101.45 -7 .38 -6.0 89.85 69.82 Eaton 2.64f 18 79.70 -2.52 +0.9 16.46 13.29 EV EEq2 1.05 q 15.85 -.19 +4.1 9.84 8.02 EVTxMGlo .98 q 9.04 -.12 -3.6 140.50 122.58 Ecolab 1.64 27 127 .86 -2.98 -4.7 83.38 57 .63 EdisonInt 2.42f 14 59.59 -2.58 -5.8 138.48 89.20 EdwLfSci s ... 42 134.56 -1.08 +19.4 89.09 73.69 EliLilly 2.25f 25 77 .23 -1.52 -8.6 114.95 79.71 EllieMae ... 64 92.51 +.09 +3.5 21.75 18.90 ElmiraSB .92 17 20.35 +.10 -0.5 17 .21 5.65 EmergeES 2.68m dd 7 .13 -.26 -0.8 74.45 56.77 EmersonEl 1.94 27 69.36 -2.83 -0.5 19.64 12.25 EnbrdgEPt 1.40 14 12.40 -.54 -10.2 42.92 31.47 Enbridge 2.68 ... 31.48 -2.28 -19.5 14.31 8.01 EnCana g .06 18 10.49 -.57 -21.3 14.45 5.77 Endo Intl ... dd 6.87 +.01 -11.4 6.55 1.17 Endocyte ... dd 6.50 +2.61 +51.9 19.82 15.03 EgyTrEq s 1.22f 19 15.64 -1.06 -9.4 25.80 15.25 EngyTrfPt 2.26 17 17 .99 -1.22 +0.4 11.87 6.52 Enerpls g .12e 14 10.90 -.56 +11.3 20.45 14.55 EnLinkLLC 1.04f 13 15.30 -.10 -13.1 21.50 15.20 Ennis Inc .80 15 19.90 -.40 -4.1 9.86 4.10 ENSCO .04 dd 4.42 -.81 -25.2 87 .85 71.95 Entergy 3.56f 34 76.54 -1.20 -6.0 29.51 23.59 EntProdPt 1.70f 20 25.11 -.62 -5.3 7 .47 5.52 Ericsson .13e ... 6.56 -.34 -1.8 26.23 9.41 Etsy n ... 38 25.71 +4.64 +25.7 66.15 55.93 EversrceE 2.02f 19 57 .10 -2.37 -9.6 1.62 .89 EvineLive ... dd 1.10 -.05 -21.4 63.60 19.91 ExactSci h ... dd 45.42 +3.05 -13.6 32.50 18.03 Exelixis ... 49 24.08 -5.43 -20.8 42.67 33.30 Exelon 1.38f 10 36.92 -1.32 -6.3 161.00 98.52 Expedia 1.20 41 104.50 -1.88 -12.7 83.49 55.80 ExpScripts ... 10 74.77 -2.23 +0.2 89.30 73.90 ExxonMbl 3.08 16 75.55 -1.98 -9.7 16.24 12.02 FNBCp PA .48 18 14.14 -.26 +2.3 195.32 134.75 Facebook ... 33 176.62 -6.67 +0.1 57 .81 39.79 Fastenal 1.48f 28 54.41 -.79 -0.5 274.66 182.89 FedExCp 2.00 20 241.31 -10.91 -3.3 138.12 106.41 FedRlty 4.00 20 116.36 +.43 -12.4 21.19 9.78 FedNatHld .32 dd 15.82 +.05 -4.5 131.20 64.94 Ferrari n ... ... 121.11 -8.45 +15.5 6.60 3.80 Ferrellgs .40 dd 3.90 -.06 -8.9 24.95 9.60 FiatChrys ... ... 20.05 -1.78 +12.4 41.99 26.74 FidlNatFn 1.20f 15 38.26 -1.46 -2.5 18.21 12.64 FidusInvst 1.56a 8q 13.16 -.05 -13.3 34.09 23.20 FifthThird .64 12 32.91 -.54 +8.5 19.23 14.67 FstData n ... 7 15.55 -.49 -6.9 76.61 25.56 FstSolar ... 68 64.33 +2.54 -4.7 35.20 27 .93 FirstEngy 1.44 12 32.28 -1.52 +5.4 7 .32 4.67 Fitbit n ... dd 4.97 -.31 -13.0 22.51 19.29 FlrtyTotR 1.63 q 19.90 ... -7 .9 21.46 16.80 FlowrsFds .68 23 20.82 -.25 +7 .8 62.09 37 .04 Fluor .84 42 56.59 -1.35 +9.6 77 .86 28.42 FootLockr 1.38f 9 40.04 -8.21 -14.6 13.48 10.19 FordM .60a 5 10.40 -.30 -16.7 73.62 57 .71 FBHmSec .80f 21 60.01 -3.51 -12.3 20.25 11.05 FrptMcM ... 15 18.32 -1.23 -3.4 50.85 6.08 Frontr rs 2.40 ... 7 .00 -2.10 +3.6G-H-I 24.39 18.83 GGP Inc .88 31 21.06 -.46 -10.0 143.37 92.65 GW Pharm ... dd 111.86 -3.45 -15.3 24.97 20.50 GabDvInc 1.32 q 22.44 -.65 -4.1 9.93 7 .82 GabMultT .94e q 9.45 -.05 +2.7 7 .20 6.54 GabUtil .60 q 6.74 -.31 -5.1 39.32 30.22 Gam&Lsr n 2.52f 18 32.82 -.85 -11.3 35.68 21.02 Gap .97f 17 34.18 +1.49 +1.0 65.96 48.50 Garmin 2.04 16 59.42 -.93 -0.3 36.59 32.20 GAInv 1.15e q 34.11 -.23 -0.8 229.54 183.72 GenDynam 3.36 24 223.34 +2.34 +9.8 30.54 13.95 GenElec .48 dd 14.12 -.37 -19.2 61.34 49.65 GenMills 1.96 17 50.94 -2.04 -14.1 46.76 31.92 GenMotors 1.52 dd 37 .43 -3.48 -8.7 34.37 19.25 GenesisEn 2.88f 28 19.83 +.25 -11.3 24.07 16.59 Gentex .40 18 22.65 -.82 +8.1 107 .75 79.86 GenuPrt 2.88f 21 90.86 -3.67 -4.4 5.31 2.60 Gerdau .02e ... 5.16 +.05 +38.7 89.54 63.76 GileadSci 2.28f 9 78.69 -2.22 +9.8 44.54 34.52 GlaxoSKln 2.89e ... 36.22 -.62 +2.1 50.88 26.95 GlobusMed ... 43 48.39 +.48 +17 .7 61.85 35.74 GoDaddy n ... 87 60.69 -.79 +20.7 16.38 11.64 Goldcrp g .24 17 12.45 -.39 -2.5 273.79 209.62 GoldmanS 2.60 30 258.12 -7 .90 +1.3 37 .20 28.03 Goodyear .56 9 28.14 -1.38 -12.9 11.89 5.04 GoPro ... dd 5.56 -.03 -26.6 22.99 13.41 GovPrpIT 1.72 22 13.66 -2.17 -26.3 77 .37 62.59 vjGrace .96f 19 64.70 -2.78 -7 .7 16.74 12.46 GraphPkg .30 16 15.10 -.21 -2.3 34.72 27 .60 GtPlainEn 1.10 14 29.27 -.96 -9.2 65.60 49.87 Greif A 1.68 17 50.62 -7 .74 -16.4 37 .45 27 .71 Griffin .40f 29 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PE Footnotes: q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.ExtraMoney & MarketsVDow industrials-3.05% (wkly)t 4-wk. -3.85%t YTD -0.73%VNasdaq-1.08% (wkly)s 4-wk. 0.23%s YTD 5.13%VS&P 500-2.04% (wkly)t 4-wk. -2.57%s YTD 0.66%VS&P mid-cap-1.35% (wkly)t 4-wk. -2.04%t YTD -1.16%VRussell 200 0 -1.03% (wkly)t 4-wk. -0.91%t YTD -0.15% 55.08 23.85 NewellRub .92f 11 26.59 +.02 -13.9 42.04 31.42 NewmtM .56f 29 37 .93 -.76 +1.1 159.64 127 .09 NextEraEn 4.44f 23 152.85 -2.30 -2.1 27 .76 22.44 NiSource s .78 29 23.17 -.43 -9.7 70.25 50.35 NikeB s .80 29 65.89 -2.07 +5.3 36.97 22.99 NobleEngy .40 31 30.44 -.22 +4.5 6.65 4.51 NokiaCp .17e ... 5.77 -.03 +23.8 8.68 1.82 NordicAm .41e dd 2.18 -.09 -11.4 157 .15 109.27 NorflkSo 2.88f 21 138.66 -3.96 -4.3 359.43 233.20 NorthropG 4.40f 36 343.05 -7 .36 +11.8 18.62 14.95 NwstBcsh .68f 18 16.65 -.33 -0.5 69.50 52.05 NwstNG 1.88 dd 51.95 -4.35 -12.9 94.19 72.67 Novartis 2.75e 17 83.05 -2.28 -1.1 2.75 .73 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Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 ENTERTAINMENT/TV GRID For sports on TV, please see page 2 of todays Sports section LOS ANGELES „ With the clock ticking down to the Academy Awards telecast, there were no glamorous ball gowns or golden statuettes to be seen backstage at the Dolby Theater late this week. Before any stars turned up to rehearse for Sundays ceremony, crew members were busy putting the “nishing touches on the elaborate production, rushing around wearing headsets and mainlining coffee from craft services. I kind of feel like Im on mile three of a marathon, knowing how long the next few days are,Ž said Jennifer Todd, the movie producer who has returned alongside Michael de Luca to spearhead the Oscars for the second time. Last year, we might have been more starry-eyed about the process. Now, we know how much work it is.Ž And, obviously, how much can go wrong. Coming off of last years best picture announcement mishap, the two producers said Thursday that they are paying extra attention to every detail leading up to the big day. If something goes wrong this time, I dont think it will be the envelope,Ž Todd said with a laugh. Lets not even talk about it. I dont want to jinx it,Ž De Luca said. If that did happen, given how hyperaware we are this time, I wouldnt be surprised if we just marched out on stage.Ž That stage, meanwhile, will look more dazzling than ever „ literally. Designed by Derek McLane „ who is returning to the show for the sixth time „ the Oscars stage will be surrounded by a proscenium thats meant to look like the inside of a geode. (No, McLane said, he doesnt believe in the mysticalŽ properties of crystals „ just appreciates themŽ for their beauty.) And what better to replicate the interior of a crystal than, well, crystals? Swarovski collaborated with McLane on the 10-ton proscenium, decorating it with 45 million tiny crystals. Thats nearly 40 times more than all of the crystals used in the show combined over the past decade. Its an event that wants to feel beautiful and glamorous,Ž McLane said of the glittering stage. Theres a little bit of escapism and a sense of fun of visiting the glamour of Hollywood when you go to watch the Oscars. I feel like thats a big part of my job „ delivering that.Ž The production designer, whose work will also be seen in the upcoming Broadway productions of Moulin RougeŽ and Children of a Lesser God,Ž began sketching his stage designs in July. By September, the academy had seen his ideas, and the team agreed on a concept around Thanksgiving. The actual build began in December, with pieces of the stage being constructed all over the country, from Rhode Island to Pennsylvania to Los Angeles. But the fanciness wont just exist on stage. Stars who present Oscars „ and those who win them „ get to lounge in a green room designed by Rolex to look like a Swiss mountain chalet. The room „ off-limits to the press during the show „ is meant to be a relaxing space for stars to take it easy before heading out onto a stage where theyll be seen by millions of viewers. Theres a wood-beamed ceiling, plush couches, a bar and soothing images of the Matterhorn lining the walls. And no „ even though the space was designed by Rolexs interior design team in Geneva, the company will not be gifting any star with a free watch. Even Oprah Winfrey. Not that those of us at home will get to see any of the ultra-cool backstage action anyway. But what can the audience expect from the big show? Todd and De Luca say they want to pay homage to the 90th running of the Oscars in grand fashion, so expect a lot of clip packages highlighting iconic Hollywood “lms. You want to both give the warm nostalgia of looking back at those “lms we remember and then, for younger viewers, remind people that “lm is still a very powerful language,Ž said De Luca. If used effectively, it brings people together. Theres something very positive and aspirational about telling a story cinematically.ŽThe Oscars turn 90, and the production team leaves no room for error ... this timeBy AMY KAUFMANLOS ANGELES TIMES PHOTO PROVIDED Its been 502 very long days since Alec Baldwin debuted his Donald Trump impersonation on Saturday Night Live,Ž and his feud with the president persists. The latest battle in the ongoing war began Thursday with a Baldwin interview in the Hollywood Reporter. Every time I do it now, its like agony,Ž Baldwin said of performing as Trump. Agony. I cant.Ž The actor then quickly pivoted to the midterm elections and how most random strangers he could meet on the street would be more quali“ed „ ethically, morally, intellectually and spiritually „ than Trump.Ž The president took offense at Baldwins thoughts and made his displeasure known by way of his favorite outlet. Alec Baldwin, whose dying mediocre career was saved by his terrible impersonation of me on SNL, now says playing me was agony,Ž the president tweeted early Friday morning. Alec, it was agony for those who were forced to watch. Bring back Darrell Hammond, funnier and a far greater talent!Ž Congratulations to Hammond, we guess. Also, congratulations to AlexŽ Baldwin, to whom Trump initially directed the tweet before deleting it and starting over. But Baldwin wasnt going to be dispatched so easily. The actor “red off four completely rational tweets in response to the president, insulting a potential Trump Presidential Library, implying that the “rst lady wanted tickets to SNLŽ and proving he was de“nitely not mediocre. Agony though it may be, Id like to hang in there for the impeachment hearings, the resignation speech, the farewell helicopter ride to Mar-ALago,Ž Baldwin tweeted. You know. The Good Stuff. That weve all been waiting for.Ž Then things got signi“cantly more pointed. Looking forward to the Trump Presidential Library. A putting green. Recipes for chocolate cake. A live Twitter feed for visitors to post on. A little black book w the phone numbers of porn stars. Youre in and out in “ve minutes. Just like.,Ž Baldwins second tweet read. And Mr President please ask your wife to stop calling me for SNL tickets. (Hey, Melania weve got Charles Barkley this Saturday!)Ž Baldwin added. Signing off for now. On my way to shoot MOTHERLESS BROOKLYN and grateful to be working w Edward Norton, Cherry Jones, Willem Dafoe, Bruce Willis, Bobby Canavale, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Michael K Williams,Ž Baldwin concluded. If this is mediocrity, give me more.Ž If nothing else, both men succeeded in proving that Twitters move to a 280-character limit for tweets was a huge mistake.President Trump and Alec Baldwin are sniping at each other on Twitter ... againBy LIBBY HILLLOS ANGELES TIMES AP PHOTOThis photo shows actor Alec Baldwin at the premiere of Blue JasmineŽ in New York.

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 7 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers On the way home from the mall, did you swing into the drive-thru for a quick pick-me-up or a bucket of dinner for your family? Seemed harmless enough. After all, you tell yourself, you got tacos that are kinda healthy, or chicken is supposed to be better for you than beef. Sure, your doctor has suggested that you lose ve to 10 percent of your body weight to help get your Type 2 diabetes under control, but you didn't have time for lunch and you were starving. You can have a few extra quickie calories, right? Millions of times a day, people in the U.S. talk themselves into the OKness of fast food and miss the opportunity to upgrade their health. Maybe you have too „ after all, American fast-food restaurants serve 50 million customers daily. But that comes at a price: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looked at the relationship of weight and fast-food consumption, and found that in every age group, obese people consumed the most fast food. Another study found that eating fast foods two or more times a week doubles the incidence of insulin resistance „ a precursor to Type 2 diabetes. Research indicates that this is a result of huge portion sizes leading to excess calorie consumption, as well as the prevalence of foods with low nutritional levels and high glycemic loads, saturated fats, unhealthy chemicals like emulsiers and added syrups and sugars (even in the burger buns!). Obesity is swamping the globe, and the U.S. is leading the way „ at home and through export of its fast-food empires to countries with burgeoning obesity rates, including Brazil, Indonesia, China, Mexico, India and Ghana. From 1980 to 2015, the percent of the U.S. population who were obese jumped 16 percent „ to 26.5 percent. That is the largest percentile rise over those years of any country in the world, according to a study published July 2017 in the New England Journal of Medicine titled "Health Eects of Overweight and Obesity in 195 Countries Over 25 Years." And if you're still hoping to nd some way to rationalize that slippery slider and side of cheese fries, sorry. In countries around the world that had no fast foods and very little obesity, the arrival of fast foods is right in step with the arrival of obesity. Take Ghana: In a remarkable series of articles looking at obesity and fast food around the world, The New York Times points out that Ghana's obesity rates have surged more than 650 percent since 1980, from less than 2 percent of the population to 13.6 percent. And that, say researchers, parallels the arrival of Westernstyle foods and fast foods. Just as alarming: No country has reduced overweight or obesity levels! There hasn't been an organized health initiative that has tackled this problem eectively. So let's take the challenge, America. Now. With your next bite. For your health. For the future. Just say, "No." Make this vow today: "I'll make breakfast at home; pack a lunch for work; cook dinner tonight. I can do it." In the morning? Steel-cut oats with soy milk and blueberries. Then a great lunch ... a fresh spinach, pear, avocado salad with a dressing made from extra-virgin olive oil, a dash of lemon juice, salt and pepper, and Dijon mustard. Add some water-packed canned tuna or sliced fresh turkey breast. Dinner? Grill some salmon or skinless chicken. Make quinoa with fresh herbs and sauteed mushrooms, a side of steamed garlic/olive oil/lemon broccoli. Reward yourself with 1 ounce of 70 percent cacao dark chocolate and a bowl of fresh fruit.DEAR ABBY: I have a crush on a guy I work with. I'm 19, and he's 26. He has a kid, which actually doesn't bother me. I love kids and have taken care of them most of my life. My problem is he has this ex who wants to get back together with him. He used to irt with me and text me all the time and oer me his hoodie. Now she's sort of back in the picture and he ignores me and doesn't return my texts. But when we see each other he starts irting again, and we j ust click. We make sense. I guess my question is, should I tell him how I feel before it's too late or just keep it to myself? „ Uncertain In New York DEAR UNCERTAIN: If he were interested in more than a workplace irtation, he would be paying the same kind of attention to you that he did before. Because he isn't, you need to understand that he and his ex obviously have some unnished business together, regardless of her history of indelity. Set your sights on someone else. DEAR ABBY: All my mom does is talk about work. If we are having a conversation, she links every topic to her work and her co-workers. It is alienating my sister and me. When we tell her things about our kids „ her grandkids „ she still relates it to work. Another thing: She's constantly on her tablet for work or on Facebook. I live seven hours away from her. Where do I even start? „ Missing Her While She's Here DEAR MISSING: Rather than "confront" your mother, ask her what may have changed in her life since she took that job. Her focus may have shifted because that's the center of her activity. Conversations are two-way, and this may be all she feels she has to contribute on her end. As to her "hiding" behind Facebook rather than carry conversation with you, like many people, she may have become addicted to it and unable to tear herself away. Dear Heloise: The local SQUARE DANCE club had an advertisement in the newspaper for lessons. I had no idea what a square dance was, so I went up. Guess what? Single women, married couples „ it's now 36 years later, and I'm still dancing! Every year, there is a national dance convention, and there are tours. In 2006, the National was in San Antonio; we even had a boat tour of the River Walk! So if you can, check out squaredancing. All you need to know is how to walk, and your right from your left! „ Mike H., Poneto, Ind. Mike, so glad you enjoyed my hometown! I would encourage my readers to meet others, stay t (as long as your doctor approves) and get moving „ and dance, in all its varieties, is a great way to do all of that! (I might steer clear of breakdancing „ is that still a thing?) „ HeloiseMaking Americans trim again: a challenge to change li f e Flirtatious co-worker dials back after his ex returns The song of a square danceHints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

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Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). Your leisure is another persons work, and your work is another persons leisure. From this frame, its really not what you do, but the quality of relaxation you bring to it that puts it in the category of enjoyment. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). The biggest winners have failed the most times. The great people have failed greatly. Failure is the best teacher, though a reviled one. Is that really fair? Befriend it instead. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Its said that fate doesnt like to be tempted, although youre not one to live your life by the preferences of others, not even fate. Youre curious about what will happen if you hang a temptation in the air, and youll nd out. CANCER (June 22-July 22). The condent move is to let people take as much space as they need without interjecting your own feelings on the matter. However, it should be noted that sometimes the most condent move doesnt accomplish your aims. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your instinct will be to make quick decisions. Often they will be fast, sometimes not „ and thats ne, too. Wrong choices lead to right choices for those committed to learning from them. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Count on it: This is not going to unfold in the way you expect, but it will unfold in the way its supposed to. Interruptions will be lucky and lovely. Extras and additions will be better than the main event. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). There are many ways to expand your creative potential, but the one that will most appeal is the same one you employed so often as a child: copying the older kids as you played and managed the challenges of life together. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. A conversation is only as strong as its most sensitive topic. And a relationship is only as strong as its most vulnerable aspects. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Because learning comes with its own payo (complete with a wonderful change in brain chemistry at that Ive got it!Ž moment), it can be very seductive to stay in the education bubble. Take courage. Step out and apply it. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Youll be around physical beauty and intellectual beauty, both equally attractive at rst. However, over time, intellectual beauty may grow as quickly as physical beauty fades. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Youd rather solve your own problem than appear needy. But people want to help. Thats a need, too, and one that would be easy for you to serve. Just ask for the help they need to give. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Plato suggested to his young student, Time will change and even reverse many of your present opinionsŽ „ a ne reason to steer clear of the big topics. The same will apply to you today. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (March 3). This year youll have the sort of people in your life who will grow and change right along with you, celebrating all of your incarnations „ what an astounding treasure! Also it will get easier and easier to see and take the steps leading to your own happiness „ simple, yes, but people are generally not so good at this. Libra and Sagittarius adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 4, 27, 6, 10 and 22. HOROSCOPE BLONDIE By Dean Young and John Marshall BORN LOSER By Art and Chip Sansom BABY BLUES By Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott MUTTS By Patrick McDonnell DOONSBURY By Garry Trudeau

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The Sun /Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 9 PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

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Page 10 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 NATION/FROM PAGE ONE MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. „ More than 100 police of“cers, some heavily armed in camou”age uniforms, searched neighborhoods near Central Michigan University on Friday for a 19-year-old student suspected of killing his parents at a dormitory and then running from campus. The shooting at Campbell Hall happened on a day when parents were arriving to pick up students for the beginning of a week-long spring break. Police released a photo of James Eric Davis Jr., urging the public to call 911 if they see him but also warning that he shouldnt be confronted. Hours after a campus lockdown, police started a slow, methodical removalŽ of staff and students who were ordered to take shelter in campus buildings, Lt. Larry Klaus said. He should be considered armed and dangerous,Ž Klaus said of Davis. The university identi“ed the two dead as his mother Diva Davis and father James Davis Sr., a part-time police of“cer in the Chicago suburb of Bellwood. The shooting occurred around 8:30 a.m. at a residence hall at Central Michigan, which is about 70 miles north of Lansing. Klaus said video at the dorm suggests Davis ”ed on foot after the shooting. He was wearing a hoodie but had been shedding certain clothes while on the run. This has been a tragic day ... The hurting will go on for a while,Ž said university President George Ross. The search was focused on Mount Pleasant neighborhoods near campus. Of“cers in camou”age knocked on doors and checked possible hiding places, such as yards and porches. In the surrounding community, students and staff in the Mount Pleasant school district were told not to leave nine buildings. Klaus said Davis was taken to a hospital Thursday night by campus police because of a drug-related health problem, possibly an overdose. The Davis family is from Plain“eld, Illinois, about 38 miles southwest of Chicago. Davis Jr. graduated from Central High School in 2016, said Tom Hernandez, a spokesman for Plain“eld School District 202. The shooting occurred on the last day of classes before a weeklong break. Parents who were trying to pick up students were told instead to go to a local hotel where staff would assist them while the manhunt was ongoing. A student, Tyler Whipple, was driving through campus when his route was blocked by police cars at the scene of the killings. He had to catch a ”ight to Florida. These roads are kind of spooky right now,Ž Whipple said. The school posted an alert Friday morning on social media about shots being “red at Campbell Hall. An automated phone message was sent to students. Halie Byron, 20, said she locked herself in her off-campus house, about a 10-minute walk from the dorm. She had planned to run errands before traveling home to southeastern Michigan. Its scary thinking about how easy a shooter can come into a college campus anywhere „ a classroom, a library. Theres so much easy access,Ž Byron said.Police: Parents gunned down by their son on college campusBy ED WHITE and MIKE HOUSEHOLDERASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOThis undated photo provided by Central Michigan University shows James Eric Davis Jr., who police identied as the shooting suspect at a university residence hall on Friday. daughter Ruth told about how she sinned and didnt listen to her father with a hasty marriage, but he was waiting for her with open arms when she realized her mistake. And oldest son Franklin, now CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, wrapped up with his fathers central theme: that the only path to salvation is to accept Jesus Christ. While Franklin Graham steered clear of politics during his message, the Trumps and Pences were the “rst guests he welcomed as he began. And his invitation to be saved by Jesus contained this barb: The world, with all of its political correctness, would want you to believe that there are many roads to God. Its just not true.Ž Like Grahams famous crusades, the funeral featured singers who had shared his stage in years past: Linda McCraryFisher, Michael W. Smith and the Gaither Vocal Band. The lineup of clergy and singers from as near as North Carolina and as far away as Asia, was racially diverse „ moreso than the mostly white audience. Other notable guests included television host Kathie Lee Gifford, musician Ricky Skaggs, evangelist Rick Warren and politician Rudy Giuliani. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper attended, as did his predecessor Pat McCrory. The funeral came at the end of more than a week of mourning that included crowds lining the road for a procession from Grahams home in the mountains to Charlotte, where Graham grew up. Approximately 13,000 people „ including former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton „ “led past his casket during a public viewing in Charlotte this week. And on Wednesday, Graham became the “rst private citizen since civil rights icon Rosa Parks in 2005 to lie in honor at the Capitol Rotunda in Washington. Graham was being buried next to his wife in a memorial prayer garden at the Billy Graham Library, with his grandchildren serving as pallbearers. His pine plywood casket was made by inmates at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. The grave marker reads: Preacher of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.Ž Fridays goodbye also emphasized the message that only Grahams earthly journey has come to an end, a point underscored by Franklin Graham as he stood behind the same pulpit his father used in the 1990s. Graham recalled one of his fathers frequent sayings that people shouldnt believe it when they hear the famous evangelist had died: He said: Ill be more alive than I am now. Ill have just changed addresses, thats all.ŽGRAHAMFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOThe casket of The Rev. Billy Graham is moved on Friday during a funeral service at the Billy Graham Library for the Rev. Billy Graham, who died last week at age 99 in Charlotte, N.C. Its trivial,Ž Ross said. The Commerce secretary argued that the tariffs would add only about $175 to the cost of a $35,000 car „ one half of 1 percent. Ross also held up a Campbells Soup can to illustrate what he called the negligible effect that steel tariffs would have. In the can of Campbells Soup,Ž Ross said, theres about 2.6 pennies worth of steel. So if that goes up by 25 percent, thats about six-tenths of 1 cent on the price of a can of Campbells Soup ... Who in the world is going to be too bothered by six-tenths of a cent?Ž Trump has built a deep connection to the steel industry, rooted in promises he made on the campaign trail in 2016. At rally after rally, Trump blamed past trade deals and Chinese dumping for closing U.S. steel plants. He vowed to revive the industry and to put American-produced steel back into the backbone of the country.Ž We are going to put the miners and the factory workers and the steel workers back to work,Ž he told a rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the day before the election. On Friday, the president tweeted: Our steel industry is in bad shape. IF YOU DONT HAVE STEEL, YOU DONT HAVE A COUNTRY!Ž As it happens, Americas steel industry has received government protection from foreign competition for decades. Washington has muscled other countries into agreeing to limit how much of their steel could enter the United States or has accused them of dumping steel at unfairly low prices. You had voluntary import restraints under Reagan, quotas under Carter, anti-dumping (cases) under Bush 1,Ž says Dan Ikenson, director of the libertarian Cato Institutes Center for Trade Policy Studies. In 2002, President George W. Bush imposed tariffs on steel imports to help a struggling steel industry. A study sponsored by steel-consuming companies found that those tariffs cost 200,000 American jobs by driving up the costs for companies that buy steel and forcing them to lay off employees. As of mid-2017, the U.S. government was imposing 149 different restrictions on steel imports. Trumps trade team is stocked with veterans of battles over the steel trade. As a trade lawyer, U.S. Trade Rep. Robert Lighthizer represented steel companies. As a private investor, Commerce Secretary Ross bought and revived troubled steel companies. Yet previous trade sanctions have failed to stop a steady drop in Americas steel jobs. When the 2002 tariffs were imposed, for example, U.S. steel companies employed 169,000 workers. Theyve since lost 32,000 jobs, a 19 percent drop. The steel tariffs and quotas have never done much to protect the industry in the long run,Ž says Kent Jones, an economist at Babson College and the author of Politics vs. Economics in World Steel Trade.Ž Employment in the industry has declined constantly.Ž The culprit might not be foreign competition. A bigger threat is technology. Allan Collard-Wexler of Duke University and Jan De Loecker of Princeton have found that steel jobs vanished because of the rise of a new technology: Super-ef“cient mini-mills that make steel largely from scrap metal. Nonetheless, theres widespread agreement that overproduction by China has ”ooded world markets with steel and hurt steel makers by depressing prices. But Trumps tariffs wouldnt likely do much to solve that problem. Thanks to trade barriers, China is only Americas 11th-biggest supplier of imported steel. Unless the administration decides to exempt countries from his tariffs „ unclear for now „ the sanctions would fall hardest on a staunch ally, Canada, which ranks No. 1, accounting for 16 percent of Americas steel imports. Trump has brought a little-used weapon to his “ght to protect steelworkers: Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962. This provision authorizes the president to restrict imports and impose unlimited tariffs on national security grounds. Its an unconventional approach,Ž says Dean Pinkert, a partner at Hughes Hubbard & Reed and a former commissioner on the U.S. International Trade Commission. Since the United States joined the World Trade Organization in 1995, it has pursued only two such investigations. On both occasions „ a 1999 case involving oil imports and a 2001 case concerning iron ore and steel imports „ Commerce declined to recommend sanctions. The thinking is that a healthy industrial base is crucial to the nations military. But to many trade analysts, the administrations case looks weak: The Pentagon says just 3 percent of U.S. steel production goes toward defense and worries that across-the-board the tariffs will antagonize U.S. allies. Still the WTO gives countries broad leeway to de“ne their own national security interests and could prove reluctant to declare Trumps steel tariffs a violation of global rules. If so, other countries might go outside the WTO and retaliate against the United States, perhaps by using national security as a justi“cation for imposing their own tariffs. Nobody wins a trade war,Ž says Babsons Jones.TARIFFSFROM PAGE 1 framed by mountains and watered year-round by a river roiling through overlapping biological zones including sandy desert, boulder “elds, grasslands and forests. Jack Thompson, desert regional director of the adjacent Whitewater Preserve, roughly 10 miles northwest of Palm Springs, was only half-kidding when he said, Its Jurassic Park just a two-hour drive east of downtown Los Angeles.Ž The con”icts have become a local crisis not just because of the wild cattle and dogs, but also because the number of visitors and hikers in the Mojave Preserve and Sand to Snow National Monument has increased dramatically since it received federal designation in 2016, up from 90,000 to 148,000 last year. There are cattle, including some that are wild, spread across Californias millions of acres of open lands. But the size of this feral herd and its proximity to one of the most popular wilderness trails in the state make it a vexing problem for federal land managers. Because of a lack of cellphone service in portions of these canyon lands, it wouldnt be easy to summon help in the event of a stampede or goring. Conservation groups including the Paci“c Crest Trail Assn. are urgently calling on federal land managers to take action. The U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management, which co-manage the monuments 101,000 acres as wilderness, said they plan in March to dispatch a team of federal land managers, biologists and representatives of the nearby Morongo Band of Mission Indians reservation to come up with a strategy and funds to eliminate the unbranded cattle and collarless dogs. That process, however, could grind on for months because the animals are crossing jurisdictional boundaries of agencies and governments including the Forest Services San Bernardino National Forest, the Wildlands Conservancys Whitewater Preserve and the Morongo reservation. In addition, any effort to remove the animals must comply with myriad state and federal wildlife regulations. California Fish and Wildlife authorities were unsuccessful in an attempt this year to lure the dogs into traps baited with food. At this time, we are in the fact-“nding stage, so we have little details on the history of these animals and their exact whereabouts,Ž said Sarah K. Webster, a spokeswoman for the BLM state of“ce in Sacramento. The BLM is working with its partners to come up with a solution,Ž she said. If someone should see or come in contact with any of these animals, please do not approach them.Ž In the meantime, an estimated 150 feral cattle „ roughly one-third of them bulls weighing as much as 2,000 pounds „ are reshaping scenic canyons and slopes with their appetites and hooves. They are carving new trails and wiping out grasses that anchor soil against erosion. They have knocked over willows that are home to birds, including federally endangered least Bells vireos, and contaminated the watershed with their droppings. They have also charged at human visitors who venture too close. The experience stays with you. Don Line, 63, a volunteer for the Paci“c Crest Trail Association and tour guide in the monument, was nearly gored by a bull last month. It is possible here to see in a single day bears, mountain lions and coyotes „ all against the stirring backdrop of some of the steepest slopes in the state. But turning a corner along a trail to “nd yourself face to face with a raging bull is not for the casual nature lover. The beast exploded into life just 30 feet away from Line, who was conducting trail maintenance. It charged at him with its horns around the height of his belt buckle. Line said he grabbed a fence post he had been carrying and swung it like a baseball bat, hitting the bull in the side of the head. The bull fell, then got up and continued down the trail at a slow trot. It was all over in a few seconds,Ž he said. Im lucky that the horns didnt get me.ŽCATTLEFROM PAGE 1 TNS PHOTOJack Thompson, desert regional director of the Whitewater Preserve, on the trail.

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SPORTS www.yoursun.com www.Facebook.com/SuncoastSports € @SunCoastSports Saturday, March 3, 2018ROARING TIGERTiger brings renewed comeback tour to Tampa Bay. Page 4MLB: RaysINDEX | Lottery 2 | NBA 2, 4 | NHL 2 | Colle g e Basketball 2, 3 | Golf 4 | Tennis 4 | Scoreboard 5 | Ma j or Lea g ue Baseball 6 | NFL 6 By JOEY KNIGHTTimes Staff WriterFor all their high school feats, physical development and scrimmage exploits, USF quarterbacks Brett Kean and Chris Oladokun have yet to pass muster on a true collegiate stage. Mainly because Quinton Flowers has commanded it the past three years. Turned out, the greatest player in program history wasnt merely dazzling, he also was durable. Each of USFs last 38 games have featured one common denominator: Flowers starting. And almost always finishing. You look at Oladokun, you look at Brett, two guys that have been in the program,Ž Coach Charlie Strong said. But its just that Q ƒ never was injured, so you never had a chance to say, Okay, this guys gonna get a chance to start this game.Ž That chance finally arrives Monday, when the initial leg of the Bulls [OCTAVIO JONES | TIMES]USF quarterbacks Brett Kean (7) and Chris Oladokun throw to receivers during spring practice last March. By BRYAN LEVINESports WriterPORT CHARLOTTE „ Tampa Bay Rays fans might not be too thrilled with the moves their team has made lately, but the future has never been brighter for the organization. While some may see the Rays recent transactions as tankingŽ or not having any interest in winning, one thing is clear. Theyve made calculated moves to set up their farm system for success. That became evident when MLB Pipeline released its annual preseason prospect rankings, with Tampa Bay coming in as No. 4 system in all of baseball. Overall, its a system that now is loaded with up-the-middle players, impactful bats and projectable young pitchers, ostensibly setting up the Rays for cost-effective success in the years to come,Ž the website said of the Rays, who were unranked two years ago, and came in at No. 10 last year. And while the Rays are likely to continue to trade their more expensive assets for controllable young talent, the club is also in a position that, when the time comes, theyll be able trade from their farm-system depth as a means of upgrading their big league roster.Ž In total, the Rays have six players in MLB Pipelines top-100 prospects, with Brent Honeywell (overall No. 18 overall) taking the top spot in the organization. Following Honeywell was Willy Adames (No. 22), Brendan McKay (No. 25), Jesus Sanchez (No. 57), Jake Bauers (No. 64) and Christian Arroyo (No. 81). All six of those players could contribute at the Major League level within the next two seasons. Of the 30 players on the list, 14 of them are currently in big league camp with the Rays. In addition to Honeywell, Adames, Bauers and Arroyo, theres Justin Williams (Rays No. 10), Nick Solak (No. 12), Joe McCarthy (No. 13), Anthony Banda (No. 16), Yonny Chirinos (No. 21), Nick Ciuffo (No. 24), Jose De Leon (No. 26), Ryan Yarbrough (No. 27), Chih-Wei Hu (No. 28) and Diego Castillo (No. 30). It means a lot,Ž Williams said. But for me, its just a starting point. My goal is to be the best player I can be.Ž Some interesting notes about the list: Arroyo and McKay are considered the best hitters on the list. Sanchez has the most power. Lucius Fox is the fastest. Adames is the best defender and has the best arm. Castillo Rays have No. 4 system in MLB PHOTO BY TOM ONEILLTampa Bays Jake Bauers (No. 64) is one of six Rays ranked in the top-100 prospects by MLB Pipeline. SEE RAYS, 6 GOLF: Valspar COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Big TenBy TOM CANAVAN Associated PressNEW YORK „ The Big Ten Tournament didnt get off to a great start for Tom Izzo and No. 2 Michigan State. The ride to New York was delayed Thursday because the plane had to be de-iced. The top-seeded Spartans followed suit with a so-so start against Wisconsin on Friday, and they struggled most of the game. The positive: Michigan State found a way to win its 13th straight game and advance to the conference semifinals. Cassius Winston hit a go-ahead jumper with 7:17 to play and Michigan State beat ninth-seeded Wisconsin 63-60 at Madison Square Garden. I was disappointed in my team, maybe in myself, too,Ž Izzo said. No. 2 Michigan State wins 13th in row SEE BIG TEN, 3By WILL GRAVES Associated PressAly Raisman spent months urging the U.S. Olympic Committee and USA Gymnastics to get serious about taking a long hard look into how Larry Nassars abusive conduct was allowed to run unchecked for so long. Frustrated by what she considers a lack of progress, the six-time Olympic medalist is hoping she can get some answers in court. Raisman has filed a lawsuit against both organizations, claiming they knew or should have knownŽ about abusive patterns Nassar, a disgraced former national team doctor now in prison for sexually abusing young athletes. Raisman filed the lawsuit in California on Wednesday. The filing alleges negligence by the USOC and USA Gymnastics for failing to make sure appropriate protocols were followed in regards to monitoring Larry Nassar. Nassar, who is named as a co-defendant in the lawsuit, is serving decades in GYMNASTICS: ScandalRaisman “ les suit against USOC, USA GymnasticsSEE RAISMAN, 4 USF set for “ rst quarterback derby in three yearsCOLLEGE FOOTBALL: South Florida Bulls SEE USF, 3By DOUG FERGUSON Associated PressMEXICO CITY „ Tiger Woods is adding another tournament to his schedule on his road to the Masters. Woods decided Friday to play in the Valspar Championship next week at Innisbrook, along with the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill the following week. It was another strong signal about the health of his surgically fused lower back, giving him four tournaments in five weeks. Woods tweeted that he committed to play both tournaments after a good recovery week.Ž He has never played the Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor, Florida, though Woods has played Innisbrook. Three months after he turned pro in 1996, Woods paired with Kelli Kuehne in the now-defunct JC Penney Mixed-Team Classic. They finished third.CLAWING BACKWoods adds Valspar tourney on his road to MastersSEE TIGER, 4 AP PHOTOMichigan State forward Nick Ward (44) goes to the basket against Wisconsin forward Ethan Happ (22) during the first half Friday at Madison Square Garden in New York. AP PHOTOTiger Woods tees off on the third hole during the final round of the Honda Classic golf tournament in Palm Beach Gardens.

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Page 2 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, March 3, 2018 / The SunNBA: Roundup WOMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL: RoundupSPORTS ON TV(All times Eastern) Schedule subject to change and/or blackoutsSATURDAY, MARCH 3AUTO RACING Noon FS1 „ NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Pennzoil 400, practice, at Las Vegas 1 p.m. FS1 „ NASCAR, X“ nity Series, Boyd Gaming 300, qualifying, at Las Vegas 2:30 p.m. FS1 „ NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Pennzoil 400, “ nal practice, Las Vegas 4 p.m. FS1 „ NASCAR, X“ nity Series, Boyd Gaming 300, at Las Vegas 4:30 p.m. FS2 „ FIA Formula E Championship, Mexico City E-Prix BEACH VOLLEYBALL 4 p.m. ABC „ Major Series, Womens Gold Medal match, at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. BOXING 9 p.m. SHO „ Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz, for Wilders WBC world heavyweight title; Andre Dirrell vs. Jose Uzcategui, for Dirrells IBF interim super middleweight title, at Brooklyn, N.Y. 10:05 p.m. HBO „ Ser g e y Kovalev vs. Igor Mikhalkin, for Kovalevs WBO-IBO light heavyweight titles; Dmitry Bivol vs. Sullivan Barrera, for Bivols WBA World light heavyweight title, at New York COLLEGE BASKETBALL Noon CBS „ Kentucky at Florida ESPN „ West Virginia at Texas ESPN2 „ Virginia Tech at Miami FOX „ Xavier at DePaul FSN „ St. Johns at Providence 1 p.m. SEC „ Mississippi St. at LSU 2 p.m. CBS „ Big Ten Tournament, “ rst semi“ nal, Michigan St.-Wisconsin winner vs. Nebraska-Michigan winner, at New York ESPN „ Baylor at Kansas St. ESPN2 „ Alabama at Texas A&M 2:30 p.m. FOX „ Creighton at Marquette 3 p.m. NBCSN „ George Washington at Dayton 3:30 p.m. CBSSN „ Missouri Valley Tournament, “ rst semi“ nal, Loyola of Chicago-N. Iowa winner vs. Drake-Bradley winner, at St. Louis SEC „ South Carolina at Auburn 4 p.m. ESPN „ Kansas at Oklahoma St. ESPN2 „ TCU at Texas Tech 4:30 p.m. CBS „ Big Ten Tournament, second semi“ nal, Ohio St.-Penn St. winner vs. Purdue-Rutgers winner, at New York 5 p.m. FOX „ Georgetown at Villanova 6 p.m. CBSSN „ Missouri Valley Tournament, second semi“ nal, S. Illinois-Missouri St. winner vs. Illinois St.-Indiana St. winner, at St. Louis ESPN „ Louisville at NC State ESPN2 „ Arkansas at Missouri SEC „ Georgia at Tennessee 8 p.m. CBSSN „ Butler at Seton Hall ESPN2 „ Ohio Valley Tournament, “ nal, Murray St. -Jacksonville St. winner vs. Belmont-Austin Peay winner, at Evansville, Ind. 8:15 p.m. ESPN „ North Carolina at Duke 8:30 p.m. SEC „ Vanderbilt at Mississippi 10 p.m. CBSSN „ Nevada at San Diego St. ESPN2 „ West Coast Tournament, “ rst quarter“ nal, teams TBA, at Las Vegas 10:15 p.m. ESPN „ UCLA at Southern Cal Midnight (Sunday) ESPN2 „ West Coast Tournament, second quarter“ nal, teams TBA, at Las Vegas GOLF 5 a.m. GOLF „ European PGA Tour, Tshwane Open, third round, at Waterkloof, South Africa Noon GOLF „ PGA Tour, WGCMexico Championship, third round, at Mexico City 3 p.m. NBC „ PGA Tour, WGCMexico Championship, third round, at Mexico City 4:30 p.m. GOLF „ Champions Tour, Cologuard Classic, second round, at Tucson, Ariz. 10:30 p.m. GOLF „ LPGA Tour, HSBC Womens Championship, “ nal round, at Singapore GYMNASTICS 1 p.m. NBC „ AT&T American Cup, at Chicago 8:30 p.m. NBCSN „ Nastia Liukin Cup, at Chicago (taped) HORSE RACING 6 p.m. FS2 „ Saturday at the Races (Gulfstream Park) MLB BASEBALL 1 p.m. MLB „ Spring training, N.Y. Yankees vs. Boston, at Fort Myers, Fla. 8:30 p.m. MLB „ Spring training, L.A. Angels vs. Seattle, at Peoria, Ariz. MIXED MARTIAL ARTS 8 p.m. FS1 „ UFC 222, prelims, at Las Vegas MOTOR SPORTS 10 p.m. FS1 „ AMA, Monster Energy Supercross Series, at Atlanta (same-day tape) NBA BASKETBALL 8:30 p.m. ABC „ Boston at Houston NHL HOCKEY 8 p.m. NBC „ Toronto vs. Washington, at Annapolis, Md. SOCCER 7:30 a.m. NBCSN „ Premier League, Burnley vs. Everton 9:30 a.m. FS1 „ Bundesliga, Schalke vs. Hertha Berlin FS2 „ Bundesliga, Wolfsburg vs. Bayer Leverkusen 10 a.m. CNBC „ Premier League, Southampton vs. Stoke City NBCSN „ Premier League, Tottenham vs. Hudders“ eld 12:30 p.m. FS2 „ Bundesliga, Leipzig vs. Borussia Dortmund 12:30 p.m. NBCSN „ Premier League, Liverpool vs. Newcastle United SKIING 10:30 p.m. NBCSN „ FIS World Cup, Womens Super G, at Crans-Montana, Switzerland (same-day tape) SWIMMING 7 p.m. NBCSN „ TYR Pro Swim Series, at Atlanta TRACK & FIELD 5 p.m. NBCSN „ IAAF World Indoor Championships, at Birmingham, England (same-day tape) WOMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL 11 a.m. CBSSN „ Atlantic 10 Tournament, “ rst semi“ nal, Dayton-Richmond winner vs. George Mason-George Washington winner, at Richmond, Va. Noon ESPNU „ ACC Tournament, “ rst semi“ nal, LouisvilleVirginia Tech winner vs. Duke-NC State winner, at Greensboro, N.C. 1:30 p.m. CBSSN „ Atlantic 10 Tournament, second semi“ nal, Duquesne-Saint Louis vs. Fordham-Saint Josephs winner, at Richmond, Va. 2 p.m. ESPNU „ ACC Tournament, second semi“ nal, Notre Dame-Virginia winner vs. Florida St.-Miami winner, at Greensboro, N.C. 5 p.m. ESPNU „ SEC Tournament, “ rst semi“ nal, Mississippi St.-Kentucky winner vs. LSU-Texas A&M winner, at Nashville, Tenn. Associated PressNASHVILLE, Tenn. „ The No. 2 Mississippi State Bulldogs trailed 23-22 after one quarter, and coach Vic Schaefer let them know how he felt about it. A 19-2 run to start the second quarter showed they listened well. Roshunda Johnson finished with 20 points and the Bulldogs remained undefeated by routing Kentucky 81-58 Friday to advance to the Southeastern Conference Tournament semifinals.NO. 4 LOUISVILLE 73, VIRGINIA TECH 70: With Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Asia Durr struggling badly, fourth-ranked Louisville had the luxury of turning to another ACC player of the year in Myisha Hines-Allen. The 6-foot-2 senior scored 16 of her 21 points after halftime to go with 10 rebounds, helping the Cardinals hold off Virginia Tech 73-70 on Friday in the ACC Tournament quarter“ nals. The top-seeded Cardinals (30-2) had to overcome plenty of trouble and “ ght to the “ nal minute. Mississippi State remains undefeated, tops KentuckyAssociated PressNEW YORK „Tony Carr found Josh Reaves for a game-winning layup with 3.1 seconds to play and Penn State may have punched its ticket to the NCAA Tournament with a 69-68 victory over second-seeded Ohio State in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament on Friday night. Carr had 25 points for the second straight night and the seventh-seeded Nittany Lions scored the final five points in beating the 13thranked Buckeyes for the third time this season. Penn State (21-12) will face the winner of the quarterfinal between third-seeded and No. 8 Purdue and 14thseeded Rutgers in the semifinals on Saturday at Madison Square Garden.Associated PressSUNRISE „ Aleksander Barkov scored his 24th goal of the season, James Reimer made 24 saves in his first start in six games and the surging Florida Panthers beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-1 on Friday night. The Panthers have won five straight and are 12-3-0 in their past 15. They began the night three points behind Columbus for the final Eastern Conference playoff spot. Colton Sceviour, Aaron Ekblad and Mike Matheson also scored for the Panthers. Barkov stretched the Panthers lead to 3-1 when he flipped the puck over Lehners shoulder at 6:49 of the second period. Barkov has six goals and nine assists in his past 10 games and is tied with Vincent Trocheck for the team lead in goals.CAROLINA 3, NEW JERSEY 1: Teuvo Teravainen and Justin Williams scored in the third period and the Caro lina Hurricanes overcame yet another goal by New Jerseys Taylor Hall to beat the Devils 3-1 on Friday night in Raleigh. CANADIENS 6, ISLANDERS 3: Alex Galchenyuk completed his hat trick shortly after Paul Byron and Noah Juulsen scored 1:43 apart in the third period, lifting the Montreal Canadiens over the New York Islanders 6-3 on Friday night. Panthers beat Sabres to notch “ fth straight win Associated PressORLANDO „ Aaron Gordon had 27 points and 13 rebounds to help the Orlando Magic stop a seven-game losing streak with a 115-106 victory against the Detroit Pistons in overtime Friday night. Nikola Vucevic added 22 points and 12 rebounds, and D.J. Augustin had 20 points and nine assists for the Magic. Evan Fournier scored 17, including seven in the extra period. James Ennis and Reggie Bullock led Detroit with 21 points apiece. Blake Griffin, Dwight Buycks and Anthony Tolliver had 12 each for the slumping Pistons, who have lost seven of nine. Fournier scored the first six points in overtime, giving Orlando a 110-104 lead going into the final two minutes.WARRIORS 114, HAWKS 109: Stephen Curry scored 28 points, including 15 in the “ nal seven minutes of the “ rst half after returning from an ankle injury, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Atlanta Hawks 114-109 on Friday night for their “ fth straight victory. Curry turned his right ankle and left the game in the “ rst quarter. He returned for his high-scoring second period before returning to the locker room for good in the third. The Warriors said a tweaked right ankleŽ was the reason Curry would not return. Kevin Durant also had 28 points for the Warriors, who are unbeaten since the All-Star break. 76ERS 110, HORNETS 99: Joel Embiid had 23 points and 14 rebounds to help the Philadelphia 76ers pull away from the Charlotte Hornets down the stretch in a 110-99 victory on Friday night. The Sixers won their 13th straight game at the Wells Fargo Center and looked strong in the fourth quarter on the second night of a back-to-back. Magic stop 7-game skid, beat Pistons AP PHOTODetroit Pistons Stanley Johnson (7) goes up to shoot against Orlando Magics Mario Hezonja, center, and Evan Fournier (10) during the first half Friday. NHL: RoundupAP PHOTOCarolinas Derek Ryan, center right, and New Jerseys Brian Boyle battle for the puck during the second period of Fridays game in Raleigh, N.C. 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Michigan is the last team to beat the Spartans, 82-72 on Jan. 13 in the only time they played this season. Michigan State also got big plays down the stretch from Matt McQuaid and conference freshman of the year Jaren Jackson Jr. in beating Wisconsin (15-18) for the third time this season. The last two have been tough. I wouldnt say a comfort, but were doing better in those situations,Ž Winston said of surviving in close games. Were not panicking. We know what type of plays to make to win those type of games. I still think we need to do a better job of putting ourselves in positions to try and win those games when we can kind of spread that lead out and get a comfortable lead.Ž The Badgers, who had won five of their last seven games, had a chance to tie in the waning seconds. But the Spartans played tough defense and Brad Davisons long, contested 3-pointer from beyond the top of the key never hit the rim. This group kept perseverin g and battlin g and getting better,Ž Wisconsin coach Greg Gard said. And unfortunately we didnt have enough today nor enough earlier in the year to be able to keep playing in the NCAA Tournament, which I know everybody in that locker room that was the goal was to try to win this thing to get there.Ž Wisconsin also hurt its chances with missed free throws. Khalil Iverson missed a chance to finish off a three-point play with under three minutes to go and his team down 60-58. He missed a 1-and-1 seconds later. Ethan Happ, who had 22 points, also missed a 1-and-1 with 1:51 to go and the Badgers still down two points. McQuaid pushed the lead to 63-58 with a 3-pointer with 1:28 to g o. BIG TENFrom Page 1 first quarterback derby since 2015 commences. Kean (a fourth-year junior) and Oladokun (a redshirt sophomore) will be joined Monday by walk-ons Kyle Trina and Mike Dean, but Strong has said incoming freshmen Octavious Battle and Jordan McCloud will get a chance to compete when they arrive in the summer. And while Kean and Oladokun have a clear advantage in terms of maturity and knowledge of coordinator Sterlin Gilberts veer-and-shoot system, their advantage in terms of college playing time is minimal. They have Flowers sturdiness „ and minimal mop-up opportunities down the 17 stretch „ to thank for that. Last season, neither appeared in any of the Bulls last six games, five of which were decided by a touchdown or less. Before that, Kean had gone 7-of-11 for 64 yards in five appearances. In 2016, he appeared in eight contests, going 18-of-26 for 129 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. The lone pick occurred late in the 46-30 loss at Temple, when he was thrust into a third-and-17 situation inside his 10 (after Flowers tweaked a hamstring) and was picked off. Oladokun appeared in one game last season (at East Carolina), completing his only pass for 12 yards. Their respective practice resumes are a bit more extensive. The 6-foot-1 Kean, believed to be more of a dual threat than Oladokun, was a three-star recruit who led Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward to a state title as a senior. He won the backup job in 2016 by clearly out-performing heralded UCLA transfer Asiantii Woulard in the preseason (Woulard later left the team). Oladokun, a 6-2 Sickles High alumnus believed to possess a stronger arm, frequently elicited praise from former coach Willie Taggart as a true freshman in the 16 preseason. He appeared poised to battle Kean for the backup job last summer before being sidelined several weeks with mononucleosis. I think Chris is gonna be one heck of a football player for us,Ž Taggart said two summers ago. His time „ or Keans „ has commenced. Well let it play out because we just havent seen enough of (them),Ž Strong said. Were gonna have to do a lot of things on offense where we help the quarterback and just make sure we can protect him and give him a chance to be successful.ŽUSFFrom Page 1 By RALPH D. RUSSO Associated PressNEW YORK „ Maybe the most familiar fight song in college sports filled Madison Square Garden as Michigan turned the last six minutes of its Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal against Nebraska into garbage time. Hail to the victors valiant,Ž the many Michigan fans sang as they were able to start turning their attention to a semifinal on Saturday that will bring a little extra juice to the Garden. For just the second time, Michigan and Michigan State will meet in the Big Ten Tournament. Its a rivalry game, even though its postseason you want to come out and have a sense of urgency and be ready for a fight,Ž Michigan guard Muhammad-Ali AbdurRahkman said after the 15th-ranked Wolverines eliminated the fourthseeded Cornhuskers 77-58 on Friday. Abdur-Rahkman scored 21 points and Moe Wagner had 20 as fifthseeded Michigan (26-7) dealt a significant blow to Nebraskas NCAA hopes. Michigan and Michigan States only other meeting in the Big Ten Tournament came in the 2014 championship game at Indianapolis. The Spartans won 69-55. I expect it to be really exciting,Ž Michigan coach John Beilein said. I think there will be a lot of Michigan fans here, but I expect Michigan State fans to travel well. I dont know the numbers, but we are in New York City. Our alums and our fans are.Ž The Michigan fans had plenty of time to sit back and enjoy Fridays game against Nebraska. Wagner and AbdurRahkman were both limited by foul trouble in Michigans opening tournament victory against Iowa on Thursday. The Wolverines stars fouled out in the overtime game against the Hawkeyes, but Michigan survived without them. Against the Huskers (22-10), Wagner and Abdur-Rahkman were full-go and Nebraska could not do m uch to stop them. Wagner drove the baseline for a dunk late in the first half that helped the Michigan go up 34-24 at the break. Abdur-Rahkmans 3 with 6:01 left in the second half made it 61-42 for the Wolverines, giving their fans the opportunity to sing and chant N-I-TŽ at Nebraska.No. 15 Michigan deals blow to Nebraskas NCAA hopes COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Miami HurricanesBy STEVEN WINE Associated PressCORAL GABLES „ Miami Hurricanes guard JaQuan Newton has seen replays of his desperation shot to beat North Carolina on screens large and small, on TV sportscasts and social media. Ive probably watched it „ I cant even count, honestly, I watched it so much,Ž Newton said Friday. It still gives me goose bumps.Ž And the shot always goes in. Newtons buzzer-beater from just inside the midcourt line Tuesday gave Miami a 91-88 win at No. 9 North Carolina. The senior guard was still savoring his heroics three days later as the Hurricanes (21-8, 10-7 Atlantic Coast Conference) prepared for their regularseason finale Saturday against Virginia Tech (21-9, 10-7). It will be the last home game of Newtons career. I tell the freshmen to cherish every moment, because it goes by really fast,Ž he said. But Im happy overall. For me to hit that shot and come home to the fans, Im excited.Ž Newton, the only senior in the Hurricanes rotation, has had a roller-coaster season and career. He was suspended for three games during his sophomore season, and again for three games as a junior, each time for violating team rules. A few bad mistakes,Ž Newton said. I grew up as a man.ŽNewton goes into career home “ nale as hero AP PHOTOMichigan guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman (12) goes to the basket against Nebraska forward Isaiah Roby (15) during the first half Friday at Madison Square Garden in New York. AP PHOTOMiamis JaQuan Newton (0) shoots the game-winning shot as time expires while North Carolinas Joel Berry II (2) defends during the second half in Chapel Hill, N.C. Miami won 91-88. 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Page 4 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, March 3, 2018 / The SunNBA: CavsBy TOM JONESTimes Sports ColumnistNot all that long ago, we wondered if Tiger Woods would ever even play golf again. His back was a mess. His life was even messier. Arguably the greatest golfer to ever live was a beat-up has-been who seemed closer to retirement than his days of winning green jackets, big trophies and oversized checks. The lasting memory wasnt going to be a famous Tiger fist pump, but the infamous grainy dashcam video of a barefooted and wobbly Woods being pulled over late at night last May for suspicion of DUI, the result of taking several pain meds. The shooting star that was once Tiger Woods had flamed out. Which makes the next chapter of this story simply incredible. Not only is Woods healthy and playing golf again, he looks good doing it. The conclusion of the comeback might be closer that we could have ever imagined, and Tampa Bay has a frontrow seat to see it. Tiger is back. And Tiger is here. Id say hes a lot better off than I ever thought hed be, thats for sure, NBC golf analyst Brandel Chamblee said. Chamblee is not alone. I mean, who saw this coming? If your hand is raised right now, you need to be hooked up to the nearest polygraph. No one except Tiger saw Tiger playing competitive golf again. Hes currently 389th in the world, but thats because he hasnt played, Chamblee said. Hes not playing like that at all. Hes close to winning a golf tournament. Shoot, he flirted with victory last week in Palm Beach Gardens. He was three-under and just four shots off the lead on the back nine last Sunday during the final round of the Honda Classic. He ended up finishing 12th at even par, eight shots behind the winner. But he was much closer to winning than his scorecard suggested. For the four rounds, he shot 70, 71, 69 and 70. Pretty impressive and pretty surprising on a challenging course. Incredibly surprised, incredibly pleased, said NBC golf analyst David Duval, the former No. 1 player in the world. Certainly there are hurdles to overcome, but the sharpness of his golf swing and his game look very, very good. You can see that as much as anything I think it was some competitive rust he was fighting. ƒ So I dont think hes all the way there and all the way back. Hes certainly getting awful close awful quickly. Put it this way: He doesnt look like a 42-year-old who has had four back surgeries and hasnt won a major since the 2008 U.S. Open. One of his drives last week reached 361 yards. On Sunday, he hit 14 greens in regulation. Thats the kind of golf it takes to win. Certainly, its looks good enough to keep him in contention this weekend. And the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook might be the right track for Woods to keep improving his game as he gears up for next months Masters. Its a good place to work on all parts of your game, Duval said. And you dont have to drive it a ton there. Youve got to deal with swirling winds, elevation changes. So I think it would be a very good thing for him to go play Valspar. Who knows? Maybe Woods can actually win. Certainly, the goal is no longer to make cuts and get through the weekend healthy. Its about actually having a chance to finish first. PHOTO BY MIKE EHRMANN/GETTY IMAGESTiger Woods lines up his putt on the fourth green during the final round of the Honda Classic at PGA National Resort and Spa on Feb. 25 in Palm Beach Gardens.Tampa could be where Tiger “ nally returns to greatnessprison for molesting some of the sports top athletes and others as well as child pornography crimes. The 23-year-old Raisman, captain for both the gold-medal winning 2012 and 2016 U.S. womens Olympic gymnastics teams, says she was abused by Nassar in multiple locations beginning in 2010, including at the U.S. national team training facility at the Karolyi Ranch training center in Texas and the 2012 Games in London. Raisman said she initially felt she was receiving medically necessary treatment by Nassar before realizing it was abuse. She battled shame, guilt and depression in the aftermath, Raisman said. Nassar spent nearly three decades at USA Gymnastics before being fired in 2015 after complaints about his behavior. He continued to work at Michigan State University through the fall of 2016 before being hit with federal charges. Raisman said the USOC and USA Gymnastics allowed Nassar to continue abusing athletes by not telling the university about the conduct that led them to fire him. USA Gymnastics and the USOC broke their stated mandates to protect children in their programs by not revealing Nassars past misconduct to athletes and their parents or guardians, the lawsuit said. Raisman joins a list of more than 100 civil actions filed against Nassar and USA Gymnastics. McKayla Maroney, an Olympic teammate of Raismans in 2012, named the USOC as a co-defendant in a lawsuit she filed last December. Raisman filed her lawsuit the same day that roughly 115 additional plaintiffs, including a current University of Michigan male gymnast, joined a federal suit against Michigan State University, USA Gymnastics and others. Jacob Moore, a freshman, said he was treated by Nassar multiple times and described a 2016 incident in which Nassar administered acupuncture in and around Moores genitalia after pulling down Moores pants in front of a female gymnast who was a minor. The suit in Michigan now has more than 250 plaintiffs. USA Gymnastics said in a statement Friday it is doing doing everything we can to prevent this from happening again by making bold decisions and holding ourselves to the highest standards of care.Ž The USOC did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Raisman, who has become a vocal critic of both organizations after initially revealing the abuse in her autobiography released last fall, did not plan to go to court but says she felt compelled to press forward because she believes USA Gymnastics and the USOC are not making a sincere effort to properly address the problem.Ž I refuse to wait any longer for these organizations to do the right thing,Ž Raisman said in a statement. It is my hope that the legal process will hold them accountable and enable the change that is so desperately needed.ŽRAISMANFrom Page 1 Innisbrook became part of the PGA Tour schedule in 2000. The Copperhead course is regarded by some players as one of the best tournament layouts in Florida because of the hilly terrain, tree-lined fairways and water that comes into play only on seven of the 18 holes. It is the only PGA Tour stop in Florida that does not feature water on the 18th hole. From the time Woods returned „ first at his unofficial Hero World Challen g e in the Bahamas last December and then when he resumed a PGA Tour schedule „ he has said he was trying to ready his game for Augusta National. Woods has missed the Masters three of the last four years because of four back operations, the most recent a fusion surgery last April. His latest return as been promising with a tie for 23rd at Torrey Pines (seven shots behind) and 12th place at the Honda Classic (eight shots behind). He missed the cut at Riviera, where he never won even at his best. I need to kee p playing tournaments,Ž Woods said after the Honda Classic. But I need to keep building on it, keep building my body, keep building toward April. That was the goal when I first came back „ try and get everything situated for April. And I feel like Im ri g ht on track for that.ŽTIGERFrom Page 1 By TOM WITHERS Associated PressINDEPENDENCE, Ohio „ Chicken noodle or tomato? J.R. Smith didnt serve up any explanation. Clevelands mercurial shooting guard declined an interview request Friday, a day after the Cavaliers suspended him one game for throwing a bowl of soup at assistant coach Damon Jones. The soup toss came following Thursdays shootaround at the teams training facility, hours before the Cavs played the Philadelphia 76ers, a person with direct knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Friday. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team has not disclosed details. Smith was with his teammates Friday „ the Cavs didnt practice, but watched film „ and after getting in some extra shots, he told a team spokesman he will address the media at Saturdays shootaround before the Cavs play Denver. Until then, what triggered his brothy outburst remains a mystery. ESPN.com first reported the reason for Smiths suspension. Cavs coach Tyronn Lue said Smith did not address the team over the latest drama for a team that has had no shortage of theater this season. I had a little discussion with him,Ž Lue said before refusing to say if he was the one who suspended Smith. The 32-year-old Smith, who served his suspension while the Cavs were beaten by the Sixers, had a history of fines and other issues before arriving in Cleveland by a trade in 2014. However, hes had few problems with the Cavs and has been a key member of three straight Eastern Conference championship teams. Smith has endeared himself to Cleveland fans with his hustle and knack for knocking down big shots. But Smith hasnt been himself this season. Hes always been a streaky shooter, but his shot isnt falling as often. In 59 games (56 starts), Smith is averaging 8.3 points „ the second-lowest average of his career „ and shooting 39 percent.Smith tosses soup at coach; Cavs ladle out 1-game ban By TOM WITHERS Associated PressINDEPENDENCE, Ohio „ As the Cavaliers experience growing pains with four new players, relief might be ahead: Kevin Love. The All-Star forward, sidelined since Jan. 29 with a broken left hand, said Friday he could return sooner than expected. The initial timetable was for him to be out two months. If I can get back before eight weeks, great,Ž he said. So Im hoping that that is the case.Ž Loves recovery has picked up speed in recent days. Hes now able to catch the ball with a padded glove to protect his left hand, and the progress is such that theres less risk for re-injury. One of the things I can do now is kind of catch the ball, guide it and shoot it within 12-15 feet so that feels good to do something other than run on the treadmill or run on the bike so its nice,Ž he said. The Cavaliers have been transformed since the last time Love played, with their roster overhauled by three trades before the deadline. Cleveland is just 3-4 since adding guards George Hill, Jordan Clarkson and forwards Rodney Hood and Larry Nance Jr. Cavs may “ nd Love sooner than expectedAssociated PressNEW YORK „ Rafael Nadal will miss the upcoming Indian Wells and Miami tournaments because of a lingering right hip injury. Nadal made the announcement Friday on Facebook. He withdrew from the Mexico Open before his first match on Wednesday, saying he needed more time to recover. He wrote Friday the injury I suffered in Acapulco before starting the tournament is the same area as the one suffered in Melbourne.Ž The secondranked Spanish star hasnt played since retiring in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. TENNIS: NadalInjured Nadal set to miss Indian Wells, Miami tourneys GOLF: Tiger & Tampa AP PHOTOCleveland Cavaliers J.R. Smith (5) drives past Houston Rockets Luc Mbah a Moute (12) in the first half in Cleveland. Smith has been suspended one game by the team for detrimental conduct. AP PHOTOCleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love greets fans before a game against the Memphis Grizzlies, in Memphis, Tenn.

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The Sun / Saturday, March 3, 2018 www.yoursun.com SP Page 5 SCOREBOARD AUTO RACINGNASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUPPENNZOIL 400Fridays qualifying for Sundays race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas(Car number in parentheses)1. (12) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 191.489 mph. 2. (4) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 190.248. 3. (41) Kurt Busch, Ford, 190.067. 4. (78) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 189.980. 5. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 189.447. 6. (9) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 189.175. 7. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 189.148. 8. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 189.102. 9. (20) Erik Jones, Toyota, 188.719. 10. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 188.640. 11. (14) Clint Bowyer, Ford, 188.469. 12. (21) Paul Menard, Ford, 188.442. 13. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 188.838. 14. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 188.712. 15. (34) Michael McDowell, Ford, 188.607. 16. (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 188.442. 17. (24) William Byron, Chevrolet, 188.363. 18. (19) Daniel Suarez, Toyota, 187.865. 19. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 187.846. 20. (88) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 187.441. 21. (95) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 187.305. 22. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 187.246. 23. (38) David Ragan, Ford, 187.162. 24. (6) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 186.413. 25. (31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 187.650. 26. (43) Darrell Wallace Jr., Chevrolet, 187.546. 27. (47) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 186.916. 28. (37) Chris Buescher, Chevrolet, 186.335. 29. (10) Aric Almirola, Ford, 186.123. 30. (51) Cole Custer, Ford, 185.982. 31. (13) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 185.312. 32. (32) Matt DiBenedetto, Ford, 185.027. 33. (15) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 183.418. 34. (72) Cole Whitt, Chevrolet, 182.272. 35. (23) Gray Gaulding, Toyota, 179.241. 36. (00) Jeffrey Earnhardt, Chevrolet, 176.292. 37. (55) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, 173.628.NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCK STRATOSPHERE 200Fridays qualifying for Fridays night race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas(Car number in parentheses)1. (51) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 176.615 mph. 2. (52) Stewart Friesen, Chevrolet, 176.488. 3. (21) Johnny Sauter, Chevrolet, 176.010. 4. (4) Spencer Davis, Toyota, 175.924. 5. (18) Noah Gragson, Toyota, 175.684. 6. (16) Brett Mof“ tt, Toyota, 175.410. 7. (54) Justin Marks, Toyota, 175.268. 8. (98) Grant En“ nger, Ford, 174.582. 9. (8) John H. Nemechek, Chevrolet, 174.160. 10. (13) Myatt Snider, Ford, 173.930. 11. (24) Justin Haley, Chevrolet, 173.896. 12. (88) Matt Crafton, Ford, 173.483. 13. (02) Austin Hill, Chevrolet, 173.947. 14. (2) Cody Coughlin, Chevrolet, 173.863. 15. (41) Ben Rhodes, Ford, 173.678. 16. (3) Jordan Anderson, Chevrolet, 173.383. 17. (45) Justin Fontaine, Chevrolet, 172.966. 18. (25) Dalton Sargeant, Chevrolet, 172.905. 19. (22) Austin Self, Chevrolet, 172.806. 20. (49) Wendell Chavous, Chevrolet, 172.364. 21. (87) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 172.040. 22. (20) Michel Disdier, Chevrolet, 171.985. 23. (83) Bayley Currey, Chevrolet, 171.581. 24. (15) Robby Lyons, Chevrolet, 166.533. 25. (33) Josh Reaume, Toyota, 164.679. 26. (74) Mike Harmon, Chevrolet, 164.624. 27. (10) Jennifer Jo Cobb, Chevrolet, 159.678. 28. (1) Tommy Regan, Chevrolet, Owner Points 29. (63) Scott Stenzel, Chevrolet, Owner Points 30. (6) Norm Benning, Chevrolet, Owner Points 31. (50) BJ McLeod, Chevrolet, Owner Points 32. (0) Mike Senica, Chevrolet, Owner PointsPRO BASKETBALLNBAAll times EasternEASTERN CONFERENCEAtlantic Division W L PCT. GB Toronto 43 17 .717 „ Boston 44 19 .698 Philadelphia 34 27 .557 9 New York 24 38 .387 20 Brooklyn 20 43 .317 24 Southeast Division W L PCT. GB Washington 36 26 .581 „ Miami 32 30 .516 4 Charlotte 28 35 .444 8 Orlando 19 43 .306 17 Atlanta 19 44 .302 17 Central Division W L PCT. GB Cleveland 36 25 .590 „ Indiana 34 27 .557 2 Milwaukee 33 28 .541 3 Detroit 29 33 .468 7 Chicago 20 41 .328 16 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L PCT. GB Houston 48 13 .787 „ San Antonio 36 26 .581 12 New Orleans 35 26 .574 13 Dallas 19 43 .306 29 Memphis 18 42 .300 29 Northwest Division W L PCT. GB Minnesota 38 27 .585 „ Portland 36 26 .581 Oklahoma City 36 27 .571 1 Denver 33 28 .541 3 Utah 31 30 .508 5 Paci“ c Division W L PCT. GBGolden State 49 14 .778 „ L.A. Clippers 32 28 .533 15 L.A. Lakers 27 34 .443 21 Sacramento 19 43 .306 29 Phoenix 19 44 .302 30Thursdays GamesL.A. Lakers 131, Miami 113 Philadelphia 108, Cleveland 97 Sacramento 116, Brooklyn 111, OT Portland 108, Minnesota 99Fridays GamesOrlando 115, Detroit 106, OT Philadelphia 110, Charlotte 99 Golden State 114, Atlanta 109 Dallas at Chicago, late Denver at Memphis, late Indiana at Milwaukee, late Toronto at Washington, late Oklahoma City at Phoenix, late Minnesota at Utah, late New York at L.A. Clippers, lateTodays GamesMemphis at Orlando, 7 p.m. Denver at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Boston at Houston, 8:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 9 p.m. Oklahoma City at Portland, 10 p.m. Utah at Sacramento, 10 p.m. MAGIC 115, PISTONS 106, OTDETROIT (106) Ennis III 8-9 1-1 21, Grif“ n 5-14 2-4 12, Drummond 5-11 0-4 10, Smith 2-8 1-2 5, Bullock 7-21 3-4 21, Johnson 3-8 2-2 9, Moreland 1-2 0-0 2, Tolliver 3-6 4-5 12, Galloway 1-4 0-0 2, Buycks 5-9 1-2 12. Totals 40-92 14-24 106. ORLANDO (115) Simmons 2-5 0-0 4, Gordon 10-19 4-6 27, Vucevic 9-19 4-4 22, Augustin 6-8 4-5 20, Fournier 6-15 2-4 17, Isaac 1-2 0-0 3, Iwundu 1-1 0-0 2, Biyombo 3-5 0-0 6, Mack 4-7 0-0 10, Hezonja 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 44-86 14-19 115. DETROIT 29 23 30 22 2 „ 106 ORLANDO 31 22 29 22 11 „ 115 3-Point Goals„Detroit 12-29 (Ennis III 4-4, Bullock 4-11, Tolliver 2-5, Johnson 1-3, Buycks 1-3, Galloway 0-1, Grif“ n 0-1, Smith 0-1), Orlando 13-36 (Augustin 4-5, Gordon 3-8, Fournier 3-8, Mack 2-5, Isaac 1-1, Simmons 0-1, Hezonja 0-3, Vucevic 0-5). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„Detroit 43 (Drummond 15), Orlando 45 (Gordon 13). Assists„Detroit 22 (Grif“ n 9), Orlando 34 (Augustin 9). Total Fouls„Detroit 17, Orlando 23. Technicals„Grif“ n. A„17,223 (18,846).76ERS 110, HORNETS 99CHARLOTTE (99) Kidd-Gilchrist 4-9 1-2 9, Williams 1-4 0-2 2, Howard 3-7 0-4 6, Walker 11-21 5-6 31, Batum 5-9 1-2 14, Graham 0-0 2-2 2, Kaminsky 5-12 6-6 19, Hernangomez 2-6 2-2 6, Carter-Williams 0-6 2-4 2, Lamb 3-7 1-2 8. Totals 34-81 20-32 99. PHILADELPHIA (110) Covington 5-10 4-4 16, Saric 4-8 0-0 9, Embiid 8-19 6-11 23, Simmons 6-10 3-4 15, Redick 6-11 4-4 18, Holmes 2-3 0-0 4, Ilyasova 7-11 2-2 18, McConnell 0-2 0-0 0, Luwawu-Cabarrot 0-0 0-0 0, Belinelli 3-7 0-0 7. Totals 41-81 19-25 110. CHARLOTTE 30 26 24 19 „ 99 PHILADELPHIA 27 21 26 36 „ 110 3-Point Goals„Charlotte 11-24 (Walker 4-10, Batum 3-5, Kaminsky 3-6, Lamb 1-2, Williams 0-1), Philadelphia 9-24 (Covington 2-4, Ilyasova 2-4, Redick 2-4, Belinelli 1-2, Embiid 1-4, Saric 1-4, McConnell 0-1, Holmes 0-1). Fouled Out„ None. Rebounds„Charlotte 39 (Batum 13), Philadelphia 46 (Embiid 15). Assists„Charlotte 21 (Batum 8), Philadelphia 26 (Simmons 7). Total Fouls„Charlotte 25, Philadelphia 22. Technicals„ Kidd-Gilchrist, Charlotte coach Steve Clifford. A„20,487 (21,600).WARRIORS 114, HAWKS 109GOLDEN STATE (114) Durant 12-19 4-6 28, Green 1-3 0-0 2, McGee 1-2 0-0 2, Curry 8-15 8-8 28, Thompson 6-9 1-2 15, Casspi 0-1 0-0 0, West 3-7 2-2 8, Bell 0-3 0-0 0, Pachulia 1-1 0-0 2, Cook 1-2 2-2 4, Iguodala 4-8 0-0 9, Young 5-9 2-2 16. Totals 42-79 19-22 114. ATLANTA (109) Prince 5-17 0-0 15, Collins 6-7 3-3 16, Dedmon 2-10 2-2 6, Schroder 10-21 5-5 27, Bazemore 10-16 4-5 29, Muscala 1-3 0-0 3, Plumlee 1-2 0-0 2, Delaney 1-2 3-3 6, Taylor 1-4 1-2 3, Dorsey 0-1 0-0 0, Morris 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 38-86 18-20 109. GOLDEN STATE 33 29 28 24 „ 114 ATLANTA 31 19 34 25 „ 109 3-Point Goals„Golden State 11-31 (Young 4-8, Curry 4-9, Thompson 2-4, Iguodala 1-4, Casspi 0-1, Cook 0-1, Green 0-2, Durant 0-2), Atlanta 15-35 (Bazemore 5-7, Prince 5-12, Schroder 2-8, Delaney 1-1, Collins 1-1, Muscala 1-3, Dedmon 0-3). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„Golden State 35 (Green 7), Atlanta 35 (Collins 8). Assists„Golden State 33 (Green 9), Atlanta 21 (Schroder 9). Total Fouls„ Golden State 20, Atlanta 21. A„16,728 (19,049).ODDSPREGAME.COM LINENATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONTodayFAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG at Orlando Off Off Memphis at Cleveland 5 228 Denver at Miami 5 205 Detroit at Houston 8 216 Boston at San Antonio Off Off LA Lakers Utah 6 203 at Sacra. at Portland 4 213 Okla. CityCOLLEGE BASKETBALL TodayFAVORITE OPEN UNDERDOG Xavier 7 at DePaul at Georgia Tech 2 Wake Forest at Providence Off St. Johns at Texas Off West Virginia at Miami 3 Virginia Tech at Villanova 18 Georgetown at Marquette 1 Creighton at Florida 5 Kentucky at Seton Hall Off Butler at Dayton 4 George Washington at LSU 2 Mississippi State at Texas A&M 7 Alabama VCU 5 at Fordham at St. Josephs 3 La Salle at Syracuse 1 Clemson at Florida State 6 Boston College at Kansas State 1 Baylor at Georgia State 10 South Alabama at La.-Monroe 7 Arkansas State at App. State 1 Coastal Carolina at Auburn 12 South Carolina at Texas Tech 5 TCU at Arizona State 8 Stanford at Arizona 20 California at Virginia 10 Notre Dame Kansas 4 at Oklahoma State Oregon State 2 at W ashington State at Air Force 7 San Jose State at Ga. Southern 3 Troy Louisiana Tech 3 at Southern Miss at North Texas 6 UTEP at NC State 3 Louisville at Brown Off Pennsylvania at Tennessee 10 Georgia at Missouri 3 Arkansas at Old Dominion 15 FIU at Boise State 9 Wyoming at Yale Off Princeton at Dartmouth Off Cornell at Harvard Off Columbia at Middle Tenn. 11 Marshall at George Mason 2 Richmond at Utah 9 Colorado FAU 2 at Charlotte at UMass 1 Duquesne St. Bonaventure 3 at Saint Louis at La.-Lafayette 20 UALR W. Kentucky 1 at UAB UTSA 1 at Rice at Duke 7 North Carolina at Mississippi 3 Vanderbilt at Utah State PK UNLV at New Mexico 1 Fresno State at CS-Fullerton 6 Hawaii Oregon 2 at Washington at San Diego State 1 Nevada at UC Santa Barbara 13 Cal Poly at Southern Cal 6 UCLA at Long Beach State 7 UC Riverside at UC Irvine 4 UC Davis Michigan State Off Michigan BYU Off San Diego San Francisco 2 Paci“ c James Madison 1 Drexel Delaware Pk ElonNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE TodayFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE at Tampa Bay Off Philadelphia Off at Dallas -160 St. Louis +150 at Los Angeles -175 Chicago +163 at Pittsburgh Off NY Islanders Off at Boston -220 Montreal +200 at Washington -116 Toronto +106 at Arizona -130 Ottawa +120 at Edmonton -188 NY Rangers +173 Updated odds available at Pregame.comTRANSACTIONSBASEBALLAmerican LeagueBOSTON RED SOX „ Agreed to terms with RHPs Matt Barnes, Ty Buttrey, Heath Hembree, Austin Maddox, Chandler Shepherd and Hector Velzquez; LHPs Jalen Beeks, Roenis Elias, Williams Jerez, Brian Johnson and Robby Scott; INFs Rafael Devers, Marco Hernandez, Tzu-Wei Lin, Deven Marrero, and Sam Travis; OF Andrew Benintendi; and C-UTL Blake Swihart on one-year contracts. NEW YORK YANKEES „ Agreed to terms with 1B-OF Adam Lind on a minor league contract.National LeagueCINCINNATI REDS „ Claimed LHP Jairo Labourt off waivers from Detroit and optioned him to their minor league camp. Placed RHP Rookie Davis on the 60-day DL. Reassigned RHPs Barrett Astin, Ben Rowen and Domingo Tapia to their minor league camp.Frontier LeagueEVANSVILLE OTTERS „ Signed INF Taylor Hillson and INF Lance Montano to contract extensions. LAKE ERIE CRUSHERS „ Signed C Conor Sullivan to a contract extension. NORMAL CORNBELTERS „ Named Pascual Santiago hitting coach.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationLOS ANGELES LAKERS „ Signed F Travis Wear to a 10-day contract.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueATLANTA FALCONS „ Released DE Derrick Shelby. DETROIT LIONS „ Named Derius Swinton offensive assistant coach.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueDALLAS STARS „ Named Brad Alberts president. Promoted Alana Matthews to executive vice president, business operations and general counsel, and Matt Bowman to executive vice president, chief sales and marketing of“ cer. DETROIT RED WINGS „ Reassigned F Zach Nastasiuk from Grand Rapids (AHL) to Toledo (ECHL).American Hockey LeagueHARTFORD WOLF PACK „ Reassigned F Dawson Leedahl to Greenville (ECHL). Released F Shawn ODonnell from his professional tryout agreement.ECHLMANCHESTER MONARCHS „ Announced RW Spencer Watson was assigned to the team by Ontario (AHL). Acquired G Carmine Guerriero from Idaho.SOCCERMajor League SoccerDC UNITED „ Acquired a 2018 International roster spot from Portland for $100,000 in General Allocation Money and a 2019 International spot. FC DALLAS „ Loaned Fs Francis Atuahene and Ema Twumasi OKC Energy FC (USL). NEW YORK RED BULLS „ Acquired D Tim Parker from Vancouver for M Felipe, $500,000 in Targeted Allocation Money over two years, and an international roster spot for 2018.COLLEGESHOBART „ Announced football coach Mike Cragg will transition into the of“ ce of advancement as the senior director of development for athletics. INDIANA „ Named Kasey Teegardin safeties coach. LA SALLE „ Announced the contract of womens basketball coach Jeff Williams not be renewed.COLLEGE BASKETBALLMENS BASKETBALL THE AP TOP 25 RESULTS/SCHEDULEThursdays GamesNo. 1 Virginia 67, Louisville 66 No. 10 Cincinnati 78, Tulane 49 No. 11 Wichita State 75, UCF 71 No. 15 Michigan 77, Iowa 71, OT No. 19 Arizona 75, Stanford 67 No. 24 Middle Tennessee 82, W. Kentucky 64Fridays GamesNo. 2 Michigan State 63, Wisconsin 60 No. 8 Purdue vs. Rutgers at Madison Square Garden, late Penn State 69, No. 13 Ohio State 68 No. 15 Michigan 77, Nebraska 58 Davidson 63, No. 17 Rhode Island 61 Todays GamesNo. 1 Virginia vs. Notre Dame, 4 p.m. No. 3 Xavier at DePaul, Noon No. 4 Villanova vs. Georgetown at Wells Fargo Center, 5 p.m. No. 5 Duke vs. No. 9 North Carolina, 8:15 p.m. No. 6 Kansas at Oklahoma State, 4 p.m. No. 7 Gonzaga vs. Loyola Marymount or Portland at Orleans Arena, Las Vegas, 10 p.m. No. 12 Texas Tech vs. TCU, 4 p.m. No. 14 Auburn vs. South Carolina, 3:30 p.m. No. 16 Tennessee vs. Georgia, 6 p.m. No. 18 Clemson at Syracuse, 2 p.m. No. 19 Arizona vs. California, 6:30 p.m. No. 20 West Virginia at Texas, Noon No. 21 Nevada at San Diego State, 10 p.m. No. 22 Saint Marys vs. Santa Clara or Pepperdine at Orleans Arena, Las Vegas, 12:30 a.m. No. 23 Kentucky at Florida, Noon No. 24 Middle Tennessee vs. Marshall, 7 p.m.CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTSAll times EasternAMERICA EAST CONFERENCE At Higher-Seeded Schools First Round TodayUMass Lowell at UMBC, 1 p.m. New Hampshire at Hartford, 4 p.m. Maine at Vermont, 7 p.m. Stony Brook at Albany, 7 p.m.ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE At Higher-Seeded Schools Semi“ nals ThursdayFlorida Gulf Coast 95, North Florida 72 Lipscomb 77, Jacksonville 62Championship SundayFlorida Gulf Coast vs. Lipscomb, 3 p.m.BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE At Kimmel Arena, Asheville, N.C. Quarter“ nals ThursdayRadford 59, Longwood 53 Winthrop 72, Gardner-Webb 68 UNC Asheville 71, Charleston Southern 66 Liberty 73, Campbell 59Semi“ nals FridayRadford 61, Winthrop 52 UNC Asheville vs. Liberty, lateChampionship At Higher-Seeded School SundayRadford vs. UNC Asheville-Liberty winner, 1 p.m.BIG TEN CONFERENCE At Madison Square Garden, New York First Round WednesdayIowa 96, Illinois 87 Rutgers 65, Minnesota 54Second Round ThursdayWisconsin 59, Maryland 54 Michigan 77, Iowa 71, OT Penn State 67, Northwestern 57 Rutgers 76, Indiana 69Quarter“ nals FridayMichigan State 63, Wisconsin 60 Michigan 77, Nebraska 58 Penn St. 69, Ohio State 68 Purdue vs. Rutgers, lateSemi“ nals TodayMichigan State vs. Michigan, 2 p.m. Penn State vs. Purdue-Rutgers winner, 4:30 p.m.COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION At North Charleston Coliseum North Charleston, S.C. First Round TodayDrexel vs. James Madison, 4 p.m. Delaware vs. Elon, 6:30 p.m.HORIZON LEAGUE At Little Caesars Arena, Detroit First Round FridayGreen Bay 93, Detroit 81 Cleveland State 72, Youngstown State 71Second Round TodayWright State vs. Green Bay, 5:30 p.m. Northern Kentucky vs. Cleveland State, 8 p.m.METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE At The Times Union Center, Albany, N.Y. First Round ThursdaySaint Peters 60, Monmouth 58 Quinnipiac 67, Siena 58 Fair“ eld 71, Marist 57Quarter“ nals FridaySt. Peters 66, Rider 55 Canisius vs. Quinnipiac, lateTodayNiagara vs. Fair“ eld, 7 p.m. Iona vs. Manhattan, 9:30 p.m.MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE At Scottrade Center, St. Louis First Round ThursdayNorthern Iowa 60, Evansville 50 Missouri State 83, Valparaiso 79Quarter“ nals FridayLoyola of Chicago 54, Northern Iowa 50 Bradley 63, Drake 61 Southern Illinois 67, Missouri State 63 Illinois State vs. Indiana State, lateSemi“ nals TodayLoyola of Chicago vs. Bradley, 3:35 p.m. Southern Illinois vs. Illinois State-Indiana State winner, 6:05 p.m.NORTHEAST CONFERENCE At Higher-Seeded Schools First Round WednesdayWagner 73, Central Connecticut St. 61 Robert Morris 60, Mount St. Marys 56 Fairleigh Dickinson 84, St. Francis (Pa.) 75 LIU Brooklyn 73, St. Francis (N.Y.) 50Semi“ nals SaturdayFairleigh Dickinson at Wagner, noon or 2 p.m. Robert Morris at LIU Brooklyn, noon or 2 p.m.OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE At The Ford Center, Evansville, Ind. First Round WednesdayTennessee Tech 60, SIU Edwardsville 51 Tennessee State 73, Eastern Illinois 71Second Round ThursdayJacksonville State 73, Tennessee Tech 70 Austin Peay 73, Tennessee State 66Semi“ nals FridayMurray State 70, Jacksonville State 63 Belmont vs. Austin Peay, lateChampionship TodayMurray State vs. Belmont-Austin Peay winner, 8 p.m.PATRIOT LEAGUE At Higher-Seeded Schools Quarter“ nals ThursdayBucknell 81, Loyola (Md.) 78 Colgate 76, Lafayette 54 Holy Cross 81, Navy 65 Boston University 88, Lehigh 82Semi“ nals SundayBucknell vs. Boston University, noon or 2:30 p.m. Colgate vs. Holy Cross, noon or 2:30 p.m.SOUTHERN CONFERENCE At U.S. Cellular Center, Asheville, N.C. First Round FridayThe Citadel 78, VMI 70 Chattanooga 89, Samford 79Quarter“ nals TodayUNC Greensboro vs. The Citadel, Noon Mercer vs. Wofford, 2:30 p.m. ETSU vs. Chattanooga, 6 p.m. Furman vs. Western Carolina, 8:30 p.m. SUMMITLEAGUE At Denny Sanford PREMIER Center Sioux Falls, S.D. First Round TodaySouth Dakota State vs. Western Illinois, 7 p.m. South Dakota vs. Omaha, 9:30 p.m.WEST COAST CONFERENCE At Orleans Arena, Las Vegas First Round FridayLoyola Marymount vs. Portland, late Santa Clara vs. Pepperdine, lateQuarter“ nals TodayBYU vs. San Diego, 4 p.m. San Francisco vs. Paci“ c, 6:30 p.m. Gonzaga vs. Loyola Marymount-Portland winner, 10 p.m. Saint Marys vs. Santa Clara-Pepperdine winner, 12:30 a.m.FRIDAYS RESULTSEAST Cornell at Harvard, late Penn at Yale, late Princeton at Brown, late Columbia at Dartmouth, late SOUTH The Citadel 78, VMI 70 Chattanooga vs. Samford at Asheville, N.C., late Rhode Island at Davidson, late MIDWEST Bradley 63, Drake 61 Loyola of Chicago 54, Northern Iowa 50 Michigan 77, Nebraska 58 Michigan State 63, Wisconsin 60 Detroit vs. Green Bay at Detroit, Mich., late E. Michigan at Toledo, late Buffalo at Bowling Green, late W. Michigan at Cent. Michigan, late Kent St. at Akron, late Ohio at Miami (Ohio), late Ball St. at N. Illinois, late Youngstown St. vs. Cleveland St. at Detroit, Mich., late Indiana St. vs. Illinois St. at Normal, Ill., late SOUTHWEST Texas-Arlington at Texas State, late Iowa St. at Oklahoma, late FAR WEST Portland vs. Loyola Marymount at Las Vegas, Nev., late Pepperdine vs. Santa Clara at Oakland, Calif., lateTODAYS SCHEDULEEAST St. Johns at Providence, Noon Fairleigh Dickinson at LIU Brooklyn, Noon Mass.-Lowell at UMBC, 1 p.m. La Salle at Saint Josephs, 2 p.m. Robert Morris at Wagner, 2 p.m. Clemson at Syracuse, 2 p.m. VCU at Fordham, 2 p.m. James Madison vs. Drexel at North Charleston, S.C., 4 p.m. New Hampshire at Hartford, 4 p.m. Georgetown at Villanova, 5 p.m. Penn at Brown, 6 p.m. Elon vs. Delaware at North Charleston, S.C., 6:30 p.m. Maine at Vermont, 7 p.m. Cornell at Dartmouth, 7 p.m. Columbia at Harvard, 7 p.m. Stony Brook at Albany (NY), 7 p.m. Princeton at Yale, 7 p.m. Fair“ eld vs. Niagara at Albany, N.Y., 7 p.m. Duquesne at UMass, 8 p.m. Butler at Seton Hall, 8 p.m. Manhattan vs. Fair“ eld at Albany, N.Y., 9:30 p.m. SOUTH Virginia Tech at Miami, Noon Wake Forest at Georgia Tech, Noon Kentucky at Florida, Noon Mississippi St. at LSU, 1 p.m. Boston College at Florida St., 2 p.m. South Alabama at Georgia St., 2:15 p.m. Wofford vs. Mercer at Asheville, N.C., 2:30 p.m. Arkansas St. at Louisiana-Monroe, 3 p.m. South Carolina at Auburn, 3:30 p.m. Coastal Carolina at Appalachian St., 3:30 p.m. Notre Dame at Virginia, 4 p.m. Lamar at McNeese St., 4:30 p.m. Troy at Georgia Southern, 5 p.m. Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss., 5:30 p.m. Grambling St. at Alabama St., 6 p.m. Louisville at NC State, 6 p.m. Nicholls at SE Louisiana, 6 p.m. Georgia at Tennessee, 6 p.m. Texas Southern at Alcorn St., 6:30 p.m. Prairie View at Southern U., 6:30 p.m. FIU at Old Dominion, 7 p.m. Marshall at Middle Tennessee, 7 p.m. Jackson St. at Alabama A&M, 7 p.m. Richmond at George Mason, 7 p.m. FAU at Charlotte, 7:30 p.m. UALR at Louisiana-Lafayette, 8 p.m. W. Kentucky at UAB, 8 p.m. North Carolina at Duke, 8:15 p.m. Vanderbilt at Mississippi, 8:30 p.m. W. Carolina vs. Furman at Asheville, N.C., 8:30 p.m. MIDWEST Xavier at DePaul, Noon Baylor at Kansas St., 2 p.m. Creighton at Marquette, 2:30 p.m. George Washington at Dayton, 3 p.m. UMKC at Chicago St., 5:35 p.m. Arkansas at Missouri, 6 p.m. W. Illinois vs. S. Dakota St. at Sioux Falls, S.D., 7 p.m. New Mexico St. at Rio Grande, 8 p.m. St. Bonaventure at Saint Louis, 8 p.m. Nebraska-Omaha vs. South Dakota at Sioux Falls, S.D., 9:30 p.m. SOUTHWEST West Virginia at Texas, Noon Alabama at Texas A&M, 2 p.m. Kansas at Oklahoma St., 4 p.m. Abilene Christian at Incarnate Word, 4 p.m. TCU at Texas Tech, 4 p.m. Northwestern St. at Cent. Arkansas, 6 p.m. UTEP at North Texas, 6 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Sam Houston St., 8 p.m. Texas A&M-CC at Houston Baptist, 8 p.m. UTSA at Rice, 8 p.m. MVSU at Ark.-Pine Bluff, 8:30 p.m. FAR WEST Stanford at Arizona St., 2:30 p.m. North Dakota at Portland St., 4 p.m. Weber St. at Montana St., 4 p.m. San Jose St. at Air Force, 4 p.m. San Diego vs. BYU at Las Vegas, Nev., 4 p.m. Oregon at Washington, 4:30 p.m. N. Arizona at E. Washington, 5:05 p.m. Hawaii at Cal St.-Fullerton, 6 p.m. California at Arizona, 6:30 p.m. Paci“ c vs. San Francisco at Las Vegas, Nev., 6:30 p.m. Oregon St. at Washington St., 6:30 p.m. Colorado at Utah, 7 p.m. Wyoming at Boise St., 7 p.m. UNLV at Utah St., 9 p.m. Seattle at Utah Valley, 9 p.m. Fresno St. at New Mexico, 9 p.m. Idaho St. at Montana, 9 p.m. CS Bakers“ eld at Grand Canyon, 9 p.m. Nevada at San Diego St., 10 p.m. S. Utah at Idaho, 10 p.m. Cal Poly at UC Santa Barbara, 10 p.m. N. Colorado at Sacramento St., 10:05 p.m. UCLA at Southern Cal, 10:15 p.m. UC Davis at UC Irvine, 10:30 p.m. UC Riverside at Long Beach St., 10:30 p.m.WOMENS BASKETBALL THE AP TOP 25 RESULTS/SCHEDULE Thursdays GamesNo. 12 Tennessee 64, Auburn 61 No. 14 Missouri 59, Mississippi 50 No. 15 Texas A&M 82, Arkansas 52 No. 23 N.C. State 77, North Carolina 64 No. 25 Mercer 75, Western Carolina 44Fridays Games No. 2 Mississippi State 81, Kentucky 58 No. 4 Louisville 73, Virginia Tech 70 No. 5 Notre Dame 83, Virginia 47 No. 6 Oregon 84, Colorado 47 No. 8 South Carolina 73, No. 12 Tennessee 62 No. 9 UCLA 77, California 74 No. 10 Oregon State vs. Arizona State or Arizona at KeyArena, Seattle, late No. 11 Florida State 73, Miami 69 No. 13 Ohio State 82, Rutgers 57 No. 14 Missouri vs. No. 19 Georgia, late No. 15 Texas A&M 75, No. 24 LSU 69 No. 16 Stanford vs. Southern California at KeyArena, Seattle, late No. 17 Maryland 67, Indiana 54 No. 23 North Carolina State 51, No. 18 Duke 45 No. 22 Belmont 63, Jacksonville State 53 No. 25 Mercer 81, Samford 44Todays GamesNo. 3 Baylor in Big 12 quarter“ nals at Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, 2:30 p.m. No. 7 Texas in Big 12 quarter“ nals at Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. No. 21 Green Bay vs. Northern Kentucky or Detroit at Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, 2:30 p.m. Remainder of schedule TBDPRO HOCKEYNHLEASTERN CONFERENCEAtlantic Division GP W L OT PTS GF GA Tampa Bay 65 44 17 4 92 233 176 Boston 62 39 15 8 86 207 157 Toronto 66 39 20 7 85 218 185 Florida 62 31 25 6 68 185 198 Detroit 63 26 27 10 62 166 185 Montreal 64 25 29 10 60 166 198 Ottawa 62 21 31 10 52 168 219 Buffalo 65 20 34 11 51 154 211Metropolitan Division GP W L OT PTS GF GA Washington 64 36 21 7 79 198 191 Philadelphia 64 34 20 10 78 190 182 Pittsburgh 65 36 25 4 76 212 198 New Jersey 65 33 24 8 74 191 196 Columbus 64 32 27 5 69 170 180 Carolina 65 29 25 11 69 174 195 N.Y. Islanders 65 29 29 7 65 211 234 N.Y. Rangers 64 28 30 6 62 183 206WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT PTS GF GA Nashville 63 40 14 9 89 206 162 Winnipeg 63 37 17 9 83 213 170 Minnesota 64 36 21 7 79 199 182 Dallas 64 36 23 5 77 190 169 St. Louis 65 35 26 4 74 178 173 Colorado 63 34 24 5 73 195 188 Chicago 64 27 29 8 62 180 186Paci“ c Division GP W L OT PTS GF GA Vegas 63 41 17 5 87 218 173 San Jose 65 35 21 9 79 194 180 Los Angeles 65 36 24 5 77 189 160 Anaheim 64 31 21 12 74 176 178 Calgary 65 32 24 9 73 184 192 Edmonton 64 27 33 4 58 181 213 Vancouver 64 24 32 8 56 173 210 Arizona 63 19 34 10 48 153 208 2 points for a win, 1 for OT loss. Top three teams in each division and two wild cards per conference advance to playoffsThursdays GamesCarolina 4, Philadelphia 1 Boston 8, Pittsburgh 4 Florida 3, New Jersey 2 Tampa Bay 5, Dallas 4, OT Nashville 4, Edmonton 2 Arizona 5, Minnesota 3 San Jose 7, Chicago 2 Los Angeles 5, Columbus 2Fridays GamesMontreal 6, N.Y. Islanders 3 Carolina 3, New Jersey 1 Florida 4, Buffalo 1 Detroit at Winnipeg, late Minnesota at Colorado, late N.Y. Rangers at Calgary, late Ottawa at Vegas, late Nashville at Vancouver, late Columbus at Anaheim, lateTodays GamesPhiladelphia at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. St. Louis at Dallas, 2 p.m. Chicago at Los Angeles, 4 p.m. Montreal at Boston, 5 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m. Ottawa at Arizona, 8 p.m. Toronto vs. Washington at Annapolis, 8 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Edmonton, 10:30 p.m. CANADIENS 6, ISLANDERS 3MONTREAL 1 2 3 „ 6 N.Y. ISLANDERS 1 2 0 „ 3First Period„1, Montreal, Gallagher 22 (Galchenyuk, Drouin), 1:28. 2, N.Y. Islanders, Fritz 2 (Nelson, Hickey), 19:54. Penalties„Reilly, MTL, (slashing), 14:15. Second Period„3, Montreal, Galchenyuk 13 (Schlemko), 2:17. 4, N.Y. Islanders, Bailey 16 (Leddy), 4:23. 5, Montreal, Galchenyuk 14 (Reilly), 10:31. 6, N.Y. Islanders, Nelson 15 (Beauvillier, Ladd), 19:56 (pp). Penalties„Drouin, MTL, (hooking), 1:01; Bailey, NYI, (hooking), 1:50; Nelson, NYI, (slashing), 11:57; Froese, MTL, (holding), 18:48. Third Period„7, Montreal, Byron 16 (de la Rose, Gallagher), 8:10. 8, Montreal, Juulsen 1 (Reilly, Lehkonen), 9:53. 9, Montreal, Galchenyuk 15, 19:11. Penalties„Barzal, NYI, (unsportsmanlike conduct), 9:53; Shaw, MTL, (interference), 16:10. Shots on Goal„Montreal 5-10-10„25. N.Y. Islanders 14-11-10„35. Power -play opportunities„Montreal 0 of 3; N.Y. Islanders 1 of 4. Goalies„Montreal, Lindgren 4-4-2 (35 shots-32 saves). N.Y. Islanders, Halak 18-22-5 (24-19). A„10,685 (15,795). T„2:27. Referees„Steve Kozari, TJ Luxmore. Linesmen„ Shandor Alphonso, Brandon Gawryletz.HURRICANES 3, DEVILS 1NEW JERSEY 0 1 0 „ 1 CAROLINA 0 1 2 „ 3First Period„None. Penalties„Faulk, CAR, (holding), 16:22. Second Period„1, Carolina, Ryan 12 (Rask, Hani“ n), 11:50. 2, New Jersey, Hall 29 (Vatanen, Palmieri), 19:27 (pp). Penalties„Zacha, NJ, (hooking), 6:34; Ryan, CAR, (holding), 19:00. Third Period„3, Carolina, Teravainen 18 (Pesce, Lindholm), 9:37. 4, Carolina, Williams 13 (Staal), 19:38. Penalties„Wallmark, CAR, (tripping), 9:57. Shots on Goal„New Jersey 6-8-12„26. Carolina 9-13-8„30. Power -play opportunities„New Jersey 1 of 3; Carolina 0 of 1. Goalies„New Jersey, Kinkaid 15-9-2 (29 shots-27 saves). Carolina, Ward 19-9-4 (26-25). A„14,337 (18,680). T„2:26. Referees„Jean Hebert, Frederick LEcuyer. Linesmen„Matt MacPherson, Derek Nansen.PANTHERS 4, SABRES 1BUFFALO 1 0 0 „ 1 FLORIDA 2 2 0 „ 4 First Period„1, Florida, Matheson 9 (McGinn, McCann), 1:25. 2, Buffalo, Reinhart 15 (Antipin, OReilly), 5:34. 3, Florida, Ekblad 13 (Dadonov, Yandle), 16:41. Penalties„Nolan, BUF, Major (“ ghting), 16:37; Haley, FLA, Major (“ ghting), 16:37. Second Period„4, Florida, Barkov 24 (Dadonov, Bjugstad), 6:49. 5, Florida, Sceviour 8 (Bjugstad, MacKenzie), 11:16. Penalties„Trocheck, FLA, (slashing), 1:42; Bjugstad, FLA, (tripping), 8:47; Petrovic, FLA, (delay of game), 12:12. Third Period„None. Penalties„Larsson, BUF, (roughing), 4:50; Ristolainen, BUF, (slashing), 6:07; Nolan, BUF, (unsportsmanlike conduct), 13:14; Weegar, FLA, (unsportsmanlike conduct), 13:14; Beaulieu, BUF, served by Baptiste, (roughing), 19:38; Okposo, BUF, (roughing), 19:38; Beaulieu, BUF, Major (“ ghting), 19:38; ; Sceviour, FLA, Major (“ ghting), 19:38. Shots on Goal„Buffalo 9-11-5„25. Florida 11-9-10„30. Power -play opportunities„Buffalo 0 of 3; Florida 0 of 3. Goalies„Buffalo, Lehner 13-24-8 (30 shots-26 saves). Florida, Reimer 15-13-5 (25-24). A„12,759 (19,250). T„2:30. Referees„Pierre Lambert, Francois St Laurent. Linesmen„Michel Cormier, Scott Driscoll.ECHLEASTERN CONFERENCE North Division GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA Manchester 57 33 19 3 2 71 211 169 Adirondack 58 32 20 3 3 70 190 185 Reading 56 31 20 5 0 67 178 151 Wheeling 58 29 23 6 0 64 205 198 Worcester 55 25 23 4 3 57 150 161 Brampton 55 21 25 6 3 51 163 186 South Division GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA Florida 55 37 12 2 4 80 189 137 South Carolina 53 35 11 6 1 77 161 115 Orlando 58 27 25 5 1 60 170 192 Atlanta 59 27 29 1 2 57 169 186 Norfolk 58 22 30 5 1 50 176 216 Jacksonville 57 21 29 4 3 49 163 196 Greenville 56 20 31 4 1 45 168 222 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA Toledo 56 38 14 2 2 80 184 132 Fort Wayne 54 38 13 2 1 79 231 156 Cincinnati 53 30 21 2 0 62 169 158 Kalamazoo 54 27 22 3 2 59 200 196 Indy 55 27 25 2 1 57 181 189 Kansas City 56 27 27 0 2 56 151 178 Quad City 55 19 32 3 1 42 153 226 Mountain Division GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA Colorado 56 36 14 4 2 78 202 169 Idaho 56 32 18 4 2 70 192 161 Wichita 57 29 22 4 2 64 186 185 Tulsa 57 24 22 3 8 59 173 186 Allen 55 25 24 4 2 56 176 177 Utah 56 23 23 6 4 56 178 193 Rapid City 55 20 32 2 1 43 156 205 NOTE: Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss. Thursdays GamesOrlando 4, Reading 3, OTFridays GamesAdirondack 6, Manchester 1 Norfolk 3, Atlanta 2 Worcester 5, Wheeling 0 South Carolina at Toledo, 7:15 p.m. Kalamazoo at Brampton, 7:15 p.m. Reading at Jacksonville, 7:30 p.m. Greenville at Florida, 7:30 p.m. Indy at Cincinnati, 7:35 p.m. Fort Wayne at Kansas City, 8:05 p.m. Utah at Quad City, 8:05 p.m. Rapid City at Allen, 8:05 p.m. Idaho at Wichita, 8:05 p.m. Tulsa at Colorado, 9:05 p.m.Saturdays GamesAdirondack at Manchester, 6 p.m. Brampton at Kalamazoo, 7 p.m. Greenville at Florida, 7 p.m. Atlanta at Norfolk, 7 p.m. Wheeling at Worcester, 7:05 p.m. South Carolina at Toledo, 7:15 p.m. Quad City at Cincinnati, 7:35 p.m. Utah at Indy, 7:35 p.m. Fort Wayne at Kansas City, 8:05 p.m. Rapid City at Allen, 8:05 p.m. Tulsa at Colorado, 9:05 p.m.PRO BASEBALLSPRING TRAININGAll times EasternAMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pct. New York 7 1 .875 Kansas City 5 1 .833 Boston 7 2 .778 Houston 6 2 .750 Detroit 6 2 .750 Cleveland 6 2 .750 Minnesota 4 3 .571 Chicago 4 4 .500 Los Angeles 4 4 .500 Tampa Bay 4 5 .444 Baltimore 3 5 .375 Seattle 3 5 .375 Oakland 2 4 .333 Texas 2 4 .333 Toronto 2 6 .250NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pct. Chicago 5 1 .833 Milwaukee 6 2 .750 Miami 5 2 .714 San Diego 4 3 .571 St. Louis 3 4 .429 Colorado 3 4 .429 Washington 3 4 .429 Cincinnati 3 5 .375 Los Angeles 3 5 .375 New York 3 5 .375 Arizona 3 6 .333 San Francisco 2 5 .286 Atlanta 2 6 .250 Philadelphia 2 6 .250 Pittsburgh 1 5 .167(ss)-split squad games count in the standings, ties and games against non-MLB teams do not countThursdays GamesAtlanta (ss) 5, Detroit 2 Baltimore 5, Tampa Bay 2 Houston 10, Boston 5 Minnesota 3, St. Louis 3 N.Y. Yankees 6, Philadelphia 4 Pittsburgh 4, Toronto 1 Washington 6, Atlanta (ss) 2 Miami 3, N.Y. Mets 2 Cincinnati 8, Chicago White Sox 7 Cleveland 8, L.A. Dodgers 7 Colorado 2, Chicago Cubs 2 L.A. Angels 11, San Francisco 4 San Diego 9, Texas (ss) 9 Texas (ss) 9, Oakland 4 Kansas City 4, Seattle 3 Milwaukee 6, Arizona 1Fridays GamesN.Y. Yankees 5, Atlanta 4 Boston 9, St. Louis 6 Detroit 8, Miami 3 Philadelphia 9, Tampa Bay 2 Baltimore 10, Pittsburgh 8 Minnesota 2, Toronto 1 Washington 2, N.Y. Mets (ss) 1 Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 2 L.A. Dodgers 7, Chicago White Sox 6 Seattle 4, Milwaukee 2 Cleveland 9, Texas 4 Colorado 15, Arizona 6 Chicago Cubs 6, L.A. Angels 4 San Diego 13, Kansas City 5 N.Y. Mets (ss) vs. Houston at West Palm Beach, Fla., 6:05 p.m.Todays GamesBaltimore vs. Philadelphia (ss) at Clearwater, Fla., 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Miami at Jupiter, Fla., 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees vs. Boston at Fort Myers, Fla., 1:05 p.m. St. Louis vs. Atlanta at Kissimmee, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay vs. Detroit at Lakeland, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Washington vs. Houston at West Palm Beach, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Philadelphia (ss) vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Minnesota vs. Toronto at Dunedin, Fla., 1:07 p.m. Arizona vs. L.A. Dodgers at Glendale, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox vs. Kansas City at Surprise, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. San Diego vs. Oakland at Mesa, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. San Francisco (ss) vs. Cleveland at Goodyear, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. Texas vs. San Francisco (ss) at Scottsdale, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. Milwaukee vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., 3:10 p.m. L.A. Angels vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz., 8:40 p.m.GOLFINTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF PGA TOURSWORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS MEXICO CHAMPIONSHIPFridays leaders at Club de Golf Chapultepec, Mexico City; Purse: $10 million. Yardage: 7,345; Par: 71 (35-36)Second RoundShubhankar Sharma 65-66„131 Xander Schauffele 65-68„133 Rafa Cabrera Bello 66-67„133 Sergio Garcia 68-65„133 Louis Oosthuizen 64-71„135 Brian Harman 68-67„135 Brendan Steele 69-66„135 Pat Perez 68-67„135 Dustin Johnson 69-66„135 Bubba Watson 69-66„135 Kiradech Aphibarnrat 66-69„135 Kyle Stanley 71-65„136 Charley Hoffman 70-66„136 Adam Bland 70-67„137 Jordan Spieth 70-67„137 Marc Leishman 69-68„137 Daniel Berger 69-68„137 Thomas Pieters 69-68„137 Phil Mickelson 69-68„137 Patton Kizzire 69-69„138 Rickie Fowler 68-70„138 Tyrrell Hatton 70-68„138 Jhonattan Vegas 70-68„138 Russell Henley 69-69„138 Jon Rahm 67-71„138 Tony Finau 68-70„138 Ross Fisher 71-68„139 Alex Noren 69-70„139 Matthew Fitzpatrick 71-69„140 Charl Schwartzel 71-69„140 Chris Paisley 65-75„140 Branden Grace 72-69„141 Francesco Molinari 71-70„141 Paul Casey 73-68„141 Adam Hadwin 70-71„141 Kevin Kisner 70-71„141 David Lipsky 70-71„141 Justin Thomas 72-70„142 Webb Simpson 72-70„142 Joost Luiten 72-71„143 Dylan Frittelli 73-70„143 Dean Burmester 73-70„143 Justin Rose 71-72„143 Jorge Campillo 72-71„143 Kevin Chappell 73-70„143 Tommy Fleetwood 72-71„143 Jason Dufner 72-72„144 Bernd Wiesberger 73-71„144 Satoshi Kodaira 72-73„145 Gary Woodland 74-71„145 Chez Reavie 72-73„145 Patrick Cantlay 70-75„145 Peter Uihlein 74-72„146

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Page 6 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, March 3, 2018 / The SunMLB: Rays NotebookBy BRYAN LEVINESports WriterPORT CHARLOTTE „ Gabe Kapler returned to Charlotte Sports Park on Friday for the first time in a while, but in a different role than he had in the past. Kapler, the former Tampa Bay Rays outfielder, is now the Philadelphia Phillies manager. I just drove into the parking lot and remembered what it was like driving in as a player to this building,Ž Kapler said prior to Fridays game. In a lot of ways, it feels very comfortable.Ž The 42-year-old says his aspirations to be a manager came long before his time with the Rays, but was complimentary of the team for his development as a leader. I think the way I analyze baseball was shaped by the Boston and Rays front offices,Ž Kapler said. Erik Neander absolutely had a big impact on the way I think about baseball.Ž Kaplers 12-year MLB career saw him play for six different teams over than span. In two seasons with the Rays, he hit .228 over 158 games. His last career game came in a Rays uniform.SNELL LOOKS GOODBlake Snell had a decent outing on Friday. He allowed a leadoff single to begin the third, which turned into a run when Dan Runzler allowed a home run to the next batter. Snell totaled two strike outs and retired six of the eight batters he faced while allowing a walk and a hit. I felt good,Ž Snell said. Just have to be more consistent in the zone. The usual things. Just have to be more comfortable in the stretch. Im feeling good. The ball is coming out good. Im feeling all my pitches really well. Im excited about that.ŽTAMPA BAY IDOLYesterday was the Rays annual American Idol-style karaoke competition. Willy Adames and Jake Bauers collaborated to do a version of Despacito, which was the easy winner of the competition. They had a duet that brought the house down,Ž manager Kevin Cash said. While all players are invited to sing, its mostly reserved for the younger players who are on the 40-man roster for the first time. CIUFFO OKIt was relatively good news for Nick Ciuffo, who had a laceration on his head after being hit on the back swing of an Orioles player on Thursday. Ciuffo received seven staples on his head to close the wound, but luckily did not have a concussion from the incident.HERES CARLOSCarlos Gomez arrived in Florida on Friday for the first time since being signed by the Rays and delayed from visa issues. Gomez will likely join the Rays at camp this weekend, and then take a few days to get acclimated and settled before getting into a game next week. PHILLIES 9, RAYS 2 HITTER OF THE GAME Joey Wendle, Rays: Wendle smoked a ball in his “ rst at-bat and then used his wheels for a stand -up triple which didnt even draw a throw. He also singled in another at-bat. PITCHER OF THE GAME Sergio Romo, Rays: In his “ rst, appearance of the spring, Romo was the only Rays pitcher to have a perfect outing. He retired all three batters he faced, two of which came via the strike out. KEY INNING Top sixth: The Phillies plated four runs in the middle of a 9-0 run to close out the game. Two runs scored on wild pitches from Daniel Hudson. Ryan Flaherty had an RBI single and then later came around to score on a double by Eliezer Alvarez. PROSPECT WATCH Christian Arroyo, Rays: Arroyo helped the Rays build an early lead with an RBI single in his “ rst at-bat. THEY SAID IT Im more prepared. I came into this year, it was personal to me. Last year I came in not ready to go, not ready to be the me Im capable of being. It was frustrating. This year its more personal for me and Im ready to go.ŽŽ € Rays pitcher Blake Snell on the difference between this spring and last spring for him. ON DECK SUNDAY: at New York (AL), 1:05 p.m. MONDAY: off day. TUESDAY: vs. Boston, 1:05 p.m. WEDNESDAY: vs. Baltimore, 1:05 p.m. THURSDAY: at Boston, 1:05 p.m TAMPA BAY (4-5) at DETROIT (6-2)WHEN: Today, 1:05 p.m. WHERE: Joker Merchant Stadium, Lakeland SCHEDULED STARTERS: RH Chris Archer vs. RH Jordan Zimmerman PITCHING PROBABLES RAYS: RH Chris Archer (start), LH Anthony Banda, RH Jose De Leon, RH Hunter Wood, RH Dustin McGowan, LH Jose Alvarado, LH Adam Kolarek, RH Ryan Weber. TIGERS: RH Jordan Zimmerman (start), RH Artie Lewicki, RH Warwick Saupold, LH Daniel Stumpf. has the best fastball. Brandon Lowe (Rays No. 15) made the biggest jump after not being ranked last year, and De Leon dropped 23 spots from last year. Ive been on the prospect lists for about four years now. I think its time to get off the list,Ž De Leon said. When I think about those lists, it gives you a lot more responsibility because people thene xpect things out of you.Ž Just like with De Leon, newcomer Banda knows if he just takes care of his own business, rankings dont necessarily matter. A list doesnt define what kind of player you are, it just says what kind of tools you have,Ž Banda said. Were human beings and at any moment we can have a breakout season where it just makes us that much better.Ž Although there werent too many surprises on the list, there were some snubs. Pitcher Brock Burke fell off the list. Another pitcher in Travis Ott probably should have made it, as well as catcher Brett Sullivan, who had a breakout season with the Stone Crabs last year, and displayed potential higher than some other catchers on the list. For sure you can take it as motivation,Ž Sullivan said of being snubbed. It could just fuel you to want to be better and prove people wrong.Ž Course Totally Renovated!!941-423-6955www.heroncreekgcc.com 5301 Heron Creek Blvd. North Port, FL 34287 Sumter Blvd. Between U.S. 41 & I-75, Exit 18227-Holes Arthur Hills Designed NEWULTRADWARF TIFEAGLE GREENS adno=712461Expires 3/8/18Special1 Day Only Thursday 3/8Golf and a Draft Beer or House Wine$49**Must present this ad at check inRAYSFrom Page 1 PHOTO BY TOM ONEILLFormer Ray Gabe Kapler returned to the Charlotte Sports Park in a different uniform on Friday as the new Phillies manager beat his former team 9-2.Former Ray returns in new role By STEVEN WINE Associated PressMIAMI „ The Miami Dolphins cant wait to improve their pass rush. Miami agreed to acquire Los Angeles Rams edge rusher Robert Quinn for a mid-round draft pick, a person familiar with the deal said Friday. The person confirmed the agreement to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because under NFL rules, no 2018 trades can be completed until March 14. Quinn has 62 career sacks, including 8 last year, when he started 14 games. He spent his first six NFL seasons with the Rams at end but played outside linebacker last season. Quinn is expected to bolster a Dolphins pass rush that was disappointing in 2017. They had 30 sacks, tied for sixth fewest, and ranked fifth worst in opposing passer rating, which helped explain their 6-10 record. Miamis other defensive ends include 36-year-old Cameron Wake, Andre Branch and 201 first-round draft pick Charles Harris. Quinn, the 14th pick of the 2011 draft, made the Pro Bowl in 2013 and 2014. He struggled with injuries in 2015, eventually having season-ending back surgery, and a concussion limited him to nine games in 2016. Hes due a base salary of $10 million this year and is under contract through 2019.NFL: DolphinsDolphins agree to acquire Rams Robert Quinn AROUND THE GRAPEFRUIT AND CACTUS LEAGUESYANKEES 5, BRAVES 4 Russell Wilson struck out in his “ rst spring training at-bat with the New York Yankees. The Seattle Seahawks quarterback pinch hit for AL Rookie of the Year Aaron Judge in the “ fth inning against Atlanta on Friday and swung past a 2-2 pitch from left-hander Max Fried. TIGERS 8, MARLINS 3 Miguel Cabrera had two hits Friday, including a two-run double. Matthew Boyd, trying to earn a rotation job, gave up three runs four hits in three innings with “ ve strikeouts. NATIONALS 2, METS (SS) 1 Max Scherzer pitched three perfect innings and struck out “ ve. Ryan Zimmerman doubled in two at-bats in his “ rst appearance of spring training. Tim Tebow and Adrian Gonzalez had backto-back singles for New York. PHILLIES 9, RAYS 2 Philadelphias top prospect Scott Kingery hit his third spring home run. Phillies ace Aaron Nola allowed two runs and three hits in three innings. Blake Snell allowed one run and one hits in two innings. ORIOLES 10, PIRATES 8 Tim Beckham had two hits, including his “ rst home run, and d rove in three runs, and Colby Rasmus homered for the Orioles. TWINS 2, BLUE JAYS 1 Joe Mauer had a hit an and RBI, and Eddie Rosario led off the second inning with his “ rst home run. Twins starter Jake Odorizzi struck out three in 2 ‡ hitless innings. RED SOX 9, CARDINALS 6 Bostons Drew Pomeranz left after one inning due to left forearm tightness. Bud Norris of the Cardinals came out after 2 ‡ innings due to a left hamstring spasm. Drew Pomeranz made his “ rst start for Boston, but he had to leave for precautionary reasons on a 2-2 count to the “ rst batter of the second inning with left forearm tightness. MARINERS 4, BREWERS 2 Dan Vogelbach, hoping to make the roster while Ryon Healy recovers from hand surgery, has two hits for Seattle, including a threerun homer. REDS 3, GIANTS 2 Madison Bumgarner pitched three perfect innings in his second start and struck out four. Cincinnatis Homer Bailey gave up two runs and two hits in three innings, and Reds closer Raisel Iglesias struck out one in a hitless fourth inning. INDIANS 9, RANGERS 4 Jason Kipnis hit a three-run homer and Jose Ramirez singled twice and d rove in two runs for Cleveland. Trevor Bauer pitched three innings and gave up a run and three hits while striking out four. ROCKIES 15, DIAMONDBACKS 6 Chris Iannetta homered twice and d rove in “ ve runs for Colorado. CUBS 6, ANGELS 4 Jose Quintana made his “ rst start for Chicago and allowed one run and three hits in one inning. Los Angeles starter Garrett Richards gave up two hits in three shutout innings. PADRES 13, ROYALS 5 Austin Hedges had two hits, including his fourth home run for San Diego, while Wil Myers singled twice and drove in a run. Jorge Bonifacio hit a three-run homer and Whit Merri“ eld had two hits for Kansas City.MLB: Spring Training Roundup AP PHOTOTexas Rangers starting pitcher Bartolo Colon th rows during the first inning of a spring training baseball game against the San Diego Padres Thursday in Surprise, Ariz. By CHUCK KING Associated PressJUPITER „ Drew Pomeranz of the Boston Red Sox and Bud Norris of the St. Louis Cardinals left their spring training starts because of injuries Friday. Pomeranz left his first exhibition outing due to left forearm tightness. Norris had a left hamstring spasm. Pomeranz breezed through the first inning, retiring the side in order with 13 pitches, then felt an issue while warming up for the second. He threw four pitches to Marcell Ozuna, then summoned catcher Blake Swihart to the mound, talked with a trainer and departed. I wasnt really pushing it, so I just was like, you know what? Theres no point,Ž Pomeranz said. Figure out whats going on and shut it down.Ž Pomeranz, 17-6 with a 3.32 ERA for the Red Sox last season, is to undergo further examinations Saturday. Im not too worried about it,Ž he said. Norris allowed homers to Andrew Benintendi and Sam Travis in the first and pitched a scoreless second. He allowed a run in the third and Rafael Devers grounded to first baseman Jose Martinez as Norris broke to cover the bag and felt a twinge in his hamstring for the second time. He experienced the same sensation while covering first base in the opening inning. Called for the trainer and departed. He allowed five runs and four hits in his 2 ‡ innings.MLB: Injured pitchersPomeranz, Norris hurt in exhibition

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Rate squeeze for buildersDamian Troise; J. Paschke € AP Source: FactSet *seasonally adjusted Rising mortgage rates could dampen the outlook for homebuilders, as the ripple effect impacts potential buyers and the demand for new homes. Mortgage rates have steadily increased, recently reaching their highest point in four years. The rising rates have raised concerns that a yearslong rally in the housing market may be reaching its end. Rising rates put potential homebuyers in a tight spot, prompting some to either choose a lower-priced home or forgo buying altogether. More existing homes on the market lowers demand to build new homes. That trickle-down effect could hurt builders like Miami-based Lennar and Los Angeles KB Home. Shares of both homebuilders have dropped much more than the overall market since mid-January. When both interest rates on funding for new construction and mortgages rise simultaneously, home builders are squeezed by a fall in demand and an increase in costs,Ž mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said in a report on rising rates. S&P homebuilder price index New home sales* 30-year mortgage rate 400 600 800 1,000 F J D N O S A J J M A M 500 600 700 thousand J D N O S A J J M A M F 3.5 4.0 4.5% 17 18 17 18 17 18Hitting a slump? A jump in mo r tgage rates could cause problems for builders and ho me b uyers. Source: Gartner Michael Liedtke; Alex Nieves € APSmartphones are so sophisticated these days that its getting difficult to persuade people to buy a new one. Recent models havent added enough compelling features to convince many consumers that theyre worth the money, especially as prices rise for top-end phones. Thats causing more people to hold on to older phones for longer periods. As a result, quarterly sales of smartphones have declined for the first time ever, according to research firm Gartner. Even Apples early November release of its highly anticipated iPhone X wasnt enough to prevent a 6 percent drop to 408 million smartphones sold worldwide during the last three months of 2017. (Full-year sales were still up 3 percent, to 1.54 billion.) It didnt help that the iPhone X cost $1,000 „ the most ever for a mass-market smartphone. Samsungs just-announced Galaxy S9 may not swing the pendulum either because it resembles last years model and most of its improvements are subtle. Plus, Verizon, AT&T and Sprint are charging more for the S9 compared with last years model when it came out. What about the billions of people who still dont own a smartphone? They eventually may join the crowd, but they typically dont have one now because they either dont want one or cant afford even a cheap smartphone. Smartphone slowdownUnits sold in 4Q*(in millions) 300 400 500 1,300 1,450 1,600 Units sold during the year*(in millions)Total devices by operating system*(in millions) 0 300 600 900 1,200 1,500 iOS Android 2017 2016 *The number of units reflect the number of smartphones sold to end users.2.7% 1.1% -5.6% -0.4%16 1716 17Top Weekly Exchange Traded Funds $0$500$1,000 REITs Utilities stocks Copper European stocks Investment-grade bonds Small-cap stocks High-yield bonds Gold Health care stocks S&P 500 Oil Asian stocks Emerging-market stocks Technology stocks 1-week percent change $1,000 invested at the end of last year ... ... today is worthPerformance benchmarks: industries sectors of the Standard & Poors 500 index; international stocks MSCI indexes; bond returns Barclays Capital and BofA Merrill Lynch indexes. 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The retailers quarterly results were stronger than Wall Street anticipated. The firearms maker said sales fell in December and January and forecast little growth in gun sales for at least a year. Stocks went on another dizzying ride Friday and worked their way back from an early-morning plunge to send the Standard & Poor's 500 index to its first gain in four days. Stocks initially fell sharply after President Trump doubled down on "trade war" talk. 5 10 15 $20 DJF American OutdoorAOBC Close: $9.75 0.34 or 3.6% $8.32$24.49 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 7.6m (4.1x avg.) $527.6 m 52-week range PE: Yield: 8.9 ... 30 32 34 $36 DJF GapGPS Close: $34.18 2.48 or 7.8% $21.02$35.68 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 16.3m (3.5x avg.) $13.3 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 15.8 2.7% 40 45 50 $55 DJF Foot LockerFL Close: $40.04 -5.84 or -12.7% $28.42$77.86 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 22.8m (6.4x avg.) $4.9 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 10.1 3.4% Best Stocks One MonthBEST LARGE-CAP STOCKS GrubHub Inc GRUB 99.71 3.1 41.1 169.4 cc ... 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Consumer Services -2.2 -3.0 6.1 (^$# | 9941 16.3 5. Financials -2.1 -3.0 0.8 (^$# | 975 10.5 6. Industrials -3.0 -3.7 1.7 (^$# | 987543 14.9 7. Health Care -1.9 -3.8 0.7 (^$# | 97641 11.3 8. Consumer Goods -1.9 -4.1 -3.1 (^$# | 632 1.2 9. Telecommunications -0.4 -6.3 -2.8 9643 | -9.4 10. Oil & Gas -2.6 -7.8 -4.0 &%$!87521 | -6.6 PERCENT CHANGE %RTN INDUSTRY 1WK 1MO 1QTR 1YR Computer Hardware 0.7 8.9 4.5 (((*&^#@! | 541 25.1 Par Technology PAR -3.5 +21.4 +27.8 (((*&^#@! | 72 +66.7 3D Systems DDD +13.2 +19.2 +27.8 (((*&$@543 | -28.8 Synaptics Inc SYNA +0.7 +13.8 +20.8 (((*&%#@!4321 | -15.3 Semiconductors 1.0 4.5 8.1 (((*&^#@! | 64 40.1 Innera Corp INFN +4.6 +60.9 +47.7 (((*&%$#@4 | -8.3 Micron Tech MU +5.5 +20.3 +17.0 (((*&^#@! | 75432 +94.0 NeoPhotonics Corp NPTN +8.9 +15.5 -3.4 (((*&6321 | -39.0 Telecomm. Equipment 0.2 4.3 11.7 (((*&^#@! | 53 20.8 Ceragon Networks Ltd CRNT +0.3 +41.1 +56.1 (((*&$#@54 | -24.9 Lumentum Hldgs LITE +6.5 +41.1 +21.1 (((*&^#@! | 543 +28.5 TransEnterix Inc TRXC +13.0 +24.8 -18.4 (((*&^#@! | 641 +41.7 Software -0.1 2.8 9.6 (((*&^#@! | 6321 39.1 eGain Corp EGAN 0.0 +51.5 +119.7 (((*&^#@! | 763 +308.1 Sailpoint Technol SAIL +12.2 +50.7 +52.3 999876321 | -999.0 Twilio Inc TWLO +11.4 +46.1 +43.2 (((*&^#@! | 4 +8.2 Computer Services -0.3 0.6 5.4 (((*&^#@! | 31 5.8 Computer Task CTG +7.6 +50.1 +53.2 (((*&^#@! | 62 +34.3 Unisys Cp UIS -1.7 +34.7 +48.0 (((*&%!531 | -21.4 Okta Inc OKTA +2.7 +27.9 +30.5 999876321| -999.0 Electronic Office Equipment 1.4 -1.3 24.7 (((*&^!31 | -5.5 Pitney Bowes PBI +1.4 -1.3 +24.7 (((*&^@3 | -4.1 Internet -3.5 -3.7 6.0 (((*&^#@! | 5432 30.2 Snap Inc A SNAP +3.2 +31.4 +29.8 999876321 | -999.0 Twitter Inc TWTR +1.0 +27.3 +59.3 (((*&^#@! | 763 +104.2 Wix.com Ltd WIX +0.9 +25.0 +43.0 (((*&^#@! | 521 +19.6Technology sectors (best performers)Excludes stocks with market values less than $100 million. 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2.37 2.09 +.09 -11.0 ARC Grp Q ARCW 4.50 1.80 14 2.00 160 2.20 1.90 -.05 -4.8tARCAbio rs Q ABIO 2.76 .45 1719 .69 38963 .97 .45 -.92 -49.3 ARMO Bi n Q ARMO 57.19 27.00 166 46.28 793 49.67 43.55 +.22 +55.6tASA Gold N ASA .04e .4 13.11 10.16 48 10.38 446 10.79 10.16 -.27 -8.3 ASML Hld Q ASML 1.71e .9 39 208.58 119.83 696 193.57 4262 201.00 189.03 -3.25 +11.4 ASV Hld n Q ASV 10.80 7.23 0 8.15 8 8.47 8.00 +.05 -19.7 AT&T Inc N T 2.00f 5.5 14 42.70 32.55 21352 36.35 123455 37.64 35.87 -.37 -6.5 AT&T 66 n N TBB 26.72 24.65 361 25.10 2059 25.24 24.98 +.06 -3.8 ATA Inc Q ATAI .41e 7.9 6.62 3.04 0 5.22 19 5.40 5.22 -.13 +13.0 ATN Intl Q ATNI .68 1.1 74.96 49.50 65 60.53 416 62.59 59.36 -1.07 +9.5 A10 Ntwks N ATEN 9.75 5.70 377 6.43 1508 6.51 6.17 +.08 -16.7 AU Optron N AUO .18e 5.35 3.62 528 4.45 3807 4.62 4.35 -.14 +7.0 AV Homes Q AVHI 4 20.50 14.65 55 16.95 448 18.00 16.00 -.15 +1.8 AVX Cp N AVX .46 2.7 20.22 15.38 128 17.28 750 17.95 16.95 -.39 -.1 AXT Inc Q AXTI 28 10.75 5.10 356 7.30 2669 7.53 7.00 -.18 -16.1tAZZ Inc N AZZ .68 1.6 21 61.55 40.20 160 41.40 898 43.80 40.00 -.80 -19.0 Aarons N AAN .11 .2 11 48.22 27.09 617 47.26 4110 47.38 44.98 +2.39 +18.6 Abaxis Q ABAX .64 .9 64 78.53 43.66 170 68.64 825 69.77 65.23 +.15 +38.6 AbbottLab N ABT 1.12 1.9 26 64.60 42.31 7693 59.46 38867 61.24 58.43 -.25 +4.2 AbbVie N ABBV 2.84 2.5 24 125.86 62.88 5390 115.04 29771 122.00 111.81 -3.71 +19.0 AbeonaTh Q ABEO 22.75 4.55 1377 15.50 4684 15.65 13.25 +2.05 -2.2 AberFitc N ANF .80 3.9 23.53 8.81 1660 20.68 11312 22.40 19.81 -.25 +18.6tAbdAsPac A FAX .42 8.9 5.29 4.72 511 4.74 2895 4.82 4.70 -.04 -2.9 AbdAustEq A IAF .70e 11.3 6.77 5.71 30 6.21 205 6.60 6.16 -.23 -2.5 AbdnChile A CH .58e 6.4 9.64 6.41 24 9.06 140 9.42 8.92 -.36 +1.5 AbdGlbInc A FCO .84 9.8 9.48 8.20 16 8.55 141 8.80 8.52 -.14 -3.1 AbdEMSmC A ABE .21e 1.4 15.82 11.98 11 15.06 62 15.31 14.88 -.11 +3.6 AbdGChina N GCH .03e .2 14.02 9.46 8 13.13 53 13.45 12.64 -.11 +5.4 AbdnIndo A IF .52e 8.18 6.56 5 7.67 108 7.91 7.60 -.16 +.4 AbdnIsrael A ISL .35e 1.0 21.97 16.70 6 20.15 28 20.38 19.96 +.09 +5.3 AbdJapnEq N JEQ .48e .7 9.89 7.65 10 8.93 52 9.28 8.82 -.28 -1.0 AbdnLatA A LAQ 1.21e 1.7 30.00 21.60 2 28.12 22 29.04 27.91 -.69 +5.2 AbSingaFd N SGF 1.09e 8.3 13.67 10.06 14 13.08 82 13.38 12.85 -.14 +5.3 Ability h Q ABIL 2.91 .35 69 .38 1732 .50 .37 -.02 -14.1sAbiomed Q ABMD 274.40 116.55 459 275.13 1798 276.21 258.10 +6.68 +46.8 Ablynx n Q ABLX 54.87 17.75 120 53.98 662 54.14 53.07 +.03 +116.0 Abraxas Q AXAS 56 2.75 1.45 713 2.25 4506 2.35 2.12 -8.5 AcaciaC n Q ACIA 44 61.15 33.68 390 38.82 2612 40.05 36.11 +1.77 +7.1 AcaciaTc Q ACTG .50 14.1 6.30 2.90 277 3.55 2251 3.65 3.40 +.08 -12.3 AcadiaHlt Q ACHC 17 54.34 26.92 1156 39.76 6304 39.96 36.90 +1.21 +21.9tAcadiaPh Q ACAD 41.20 22.69 3803 23.68 28150 32.53 22.35 -7.84 -21.4 AcadiaRlt N AKR 1.08f 4.4 21 32.02 21.34 996 24.78 6002 25.02 23.82 +.23 -9.4 Acasti g rs Q ACST 3.36 .84 194 .98 844 1.07 .93 +.00 +3.4 AccelrDiag Q AXDX 30.45 16.75 240 25.25 1487 27.55 24.40 -.50 -3.6 Acceleron Q XLRN 46.93 24.37 488 41.91 2030 46.74 39.51 -1.00 -1.2sAccenture N ACN 2.36 1.5 28 165.58 114.82 2958 157.50 12550 165.58 154.69 -5.45 +2.9 AccessNt Q ANCX .60 2.1 31 33.18 24.36 31 27.93 173 29.00 27.50 -.74 +.3 AccoBrds N ACCO .06p 22 14.75 10.35 537 12.70 2680 13.60 12.30 -.69 +4.1 Accuray Q ARAY 6.15 3.60 588 5.55 3797 5.70 5.15 +.33 +29.1 AcelRx Q ACRX 5.75 1.55 717 1.73 1698 1.90 1.65 -.08 -14.8 AcerTh rs Q ACER 22.63 5.70 19 18.00 110 19.50 17.10 +.72 +30.0tAcetoCorp Q ACET .26 3.5 18 17.10 6.95 274 7.35 1407 7.76 6.95 -.19 -28.8 Achaogen Q AKAO 27.79 9.83 1118 10.48 5529 11.29 9.89 -.51 -2.4 AchvLfS rs Q ACHV 6.60 1.15 132 1.27 666 1.45 1.25 -.11 -5.4 Achillion Q ACHN 5.66 2.58 1944 3.51 15716 3.55 3.05 +.56 +21.9 AclarisTh n Q ACRS 33.25 18.46 269 20.45 1272 20.91 18.88 +.26 -17.1 AcmeU A ACU .44 2.0 20 29.49 20.20 5 21.88 29 24.29 21.41 -2.17 -6.5 AcordaTh Q ACOR 33.00 13.60 429 24.55 6137 26.18 23.55 -1.50 +14.5 AcornInt rs N ATV 21.84 8.68 1 19.26 17 21.39 18.80 -2.33 +9.2tActiniumP A ATNM 1.68 .42 937 .43 6100 .56 .42 -.11 -35.2 Act Rep n N GOP 22.96 19.73 0 21.88 11 22.35 21.70 -.32 +1.8 Act Dem n N DEMS 21.58 20.01 20.44 3 20.81 20.44 -.51 -3.8 Act TxR n N TAXR 22.50 19.42 3 20.77 20 21.41 20.52 -.23 -2.9 ActivsBliz Q ATVI .34f .5 51 74.95 44.95 6859 74.01 33058 74.82 70.74 +1.94 +16.9 Actuant N ATU .04 .2 27 29.18 21.60 385 22.05 2194 24.33 21.68 -2.05 -12.8tAcuity N AYI .52 .4 17 212.42 141.68 495 146.97 3185 150.40 141.68 +.41 -16.5 Acushnet n N GOLF 22.08 15.16 356 21.06 1153 22.00 20.73 -.23 -.1 Acxiom Q ACXM 29.56 21.80 401 28.22 1900 28.90 26.87 -.35 +2.4 AdamasPh Q ADMS 44.00 13.50 904 24.37 5148 26.47 23.49 -1.65 -28.1 AdamisPh Q ADMP 6.45 2.35 579 3.23 4593 3.45 3.00 -.13 -26.7 AdaDvsEq N ADX 1.32e 1.3 16.11 13.46 499 15.11 1331 15.77 14.92 -.34 +.5 AdamsNR N PEO 1.32e 1.1 21.48 16.90 99 18.22 553 19.07 17.93 -.58 -8.2 AdmRsc A AE .88 2.2 50.59 32.80 10 39.23 38 42.39 37.75 -1.77 -9.8 Adaptim n Q ADAP 9.71 3.90 393 8.02 1777 8.28 7.58 +.14 +20.1 AddusHmC Q ADUS 24 40.75 29.90 15 37.25 91 37.40 33.25 +1.25 +7.0 ADDvtgTch Q AEY 2.33 1.31 5 1.33 42 1.34 1.31 -.01 -9.5 Adecaogro N AGRO 12.60 8.33 582 8.92 2376 9.21 8.69 -.06 -13.7 AdestoTc n Q IOTS 9.20 3.36 56 6.90 357 6.90 6.30 +.40 +7.0tAdient n N ADNT 1.10 1.8 86.42 59.10 1270 60.73 4579 64.93 57.47 -2.57 -22.8 AdmaBio Q ADMA 5.44 2.01 50 3.92 196 4.00 3.71 +.14 +22.1sAdobeSy Q ADBE 62 213.44 118.02 2608 209.79 13134 213.44 201.76 +.05 +19.7tAdomani n Q ADOM 18.31 1.10 310 1.28 793 1.37 1.06 -.08 -71.0 AdtalemGl N ATGE .36 .8 18 48.55 30.15 405 46.90 2128 48.10 45.10 -1.15 +11.5tAdtran Q ADTN .36 2.3 22 25.10 15.25 483 15.55 3292 15.90 15.25 -.15 -19.6 AduroBio n Q ADRO 14.05 5.83 697 6.45 2669 6.70 5.85 -.15 -14.0 AdvAuto N AAP .24 .2 22 156.10 78.81 1462 116.07 9138 117.89 108.90 -.25 +16.4 AdvDisp n N ADSW 25.71 20.94 306 22.16 1949 22.80 21.50 -.17 -7.4 AdvDrainS N WMS .28 1.1 22 28.15 17.90 253 25.95 1370 26.95 25.25 -.43 +8.8 AdvEmis n Q ADES 1.00 9.5 2 12.20 7.00 201 10.58 682 10.60 9.15 +.96 +9.5 AdvEnId Q AEIS 20 95.00 61.72 256 66.95 2077 68.35 65.10 -.28 -.8 AMD Q AMD 15.65 9.70 57955 11.81 266778 12.88 11.43 -.26 +14.9 AdvSemi N ASX .25e 3.5 7.52 5.86 880 7.06 3660 7.06 6.80 +.15 +9.0 Advansx n N ASIX 46.51 24.72 192 42.36 1413 43.05 39.19 -.46 +.7tAdvOil&Gs N AAV 4 7.35 2.70 268 2.80 1549 3.05 2.70 -.20 -34.9 Advaxis Q ADXS 10.06 1.80 1371 1.90 4600 1.96 1.81 +.01 -33.1 AdvClayCv N AVK 1.13 7.3 16.80 14.62 46 15.47 445 15.73 15.25 -.04 -2.6 AdvCCvII N AGC .56 9.7 6.49 5.40 80 5.77 692 5.83 5.69 -.04 -3.7 AdvClEnh N LCM .84 10.4 8.90 7.85 9 8.05 222 8.11 7.95 +.04 -3.4 AdverumBi Q ADVM 8.59 2.40 1621 7.05 7569 7.33 6.30 +.10 +101.4 AdSDorWr N AADR .32e .5 64.00 43.97 40 59.32 208 62.14 58.27 -2.98 +.8 AdvPerHY N HYLD 3.54e 9.7 36.99 35.04 37 36.64 99 36.70 36.26 -.06 +1.3 AdvS Vice n Q ACT 29.50 24.45 5 25.16 47 26.05 24.53 -.64 -4.0 AdSNewT n N FNG 24.13 19.78 43 22.10 176 22.65 21.46 -.25 +2.9 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+67.3sAgenus Q AGEN 5.60 3.20 1984 5.65 9821 5.76 5.04 +.59 +73.3 AgileThera Q AGRX 5.60 1.93 92 3.71 274 3.82 3.53 +.06 +37.9 Agilent N A .60f .9 79 75.00 50.86 2056 67.51 18122 71.21 66.65 -3.19 +.8 Agilysys Q AGYS 13.00 8.75 46 10.98 148 12.24 10.77 -.56 -10.6 AgiosPhm Q AGIO 83.92 45.11 451 80.96 2031 83.25 79.81 -1.87 +41.6tAgnico g N AEM .44f 36 51.86 37.35 1382 38.13 9308 41.04 37.35 -2.32 -17.4 AgreeRlt N ADC 2.08 4.3 21 53.65 43.74 251 48.22 1210 48.24 46.83 +.49 -6.3 AgroFresh Q AGFS 9.05 2.61 243 7.54 661 8.05 7.41 -.43 +1.9 AileronT n Q ALRN 15.48 7.38 9 8.80 111 8.85 8.00 +.40 -16.5 Aimmune n Q AIMT 42.00 15.97 1340 34.07 8672 34.72 29.82 +1.35 -9.9 Air Inds A AIRI .60 43.8 4.25 1.15 24 1.37 108 1.42 1.32 +.01 -18.9 AirLease N AL .40 .9 5 50.70 34.42 722 43.10 3756 46.60 42.48 -3.07 -10.4 AirProd N APD 4.40f 2.8 24 175.17 133.63 1560 159.77 6020 166.47 157.92 -4.50 -2.6 AirT Inc Q AIRT 34.83 14.40 3 25.00 5 25.20 24.95 -1.20 +1.2 AirTrnsp Q ATSG 27.67 15.34 507 24.97 3948 26.91 24.57 -.21 +7.9 AirMedia Q AMCN 3.30 1.01 158 1.07 748 1.10 1.02 -7.0tAircastle N AYR 1.12 5.7 8 25.30 19.42 410 19.73 2802 20.88 19.22 -.38 -15.6 Airgain n Q AIRG 53 16.23 7.31 79 9.05 431 9.47 8.35 +.05 +.7 AkamaiT Q AKAM 56 69.56 44.65 1493 69.43 6682 69.50 66.67 +2.07 +6.7tAkariTh rs Q AKTX 22.20 1.79 62 2.00 572 2.11 1.79 -.03 -53.8 AkceaTh n Q AKCA 31.23 8.10 333 17.51 4080 23.24 15.73 -4.66 +.9 AkebiaTher Q AKBA 20.25 8.58 269 14.46 1596 15.37 13.90 -.77 -2.8 AkersBios Q AKER 2.90 .12 14699 .73 172271 .89 .51 +.23 +447.0tAkorn Inc Q AKRX 21 34.00 16.79 3669 18.97 52007 30.43 16.79 -11.15 -41.1 Akoustis n Q AKTS 14.00 4.91 159 6.26 682 6.36 5.43 +.14 +.5 AlaPw pf Q N ALPpQ 1.25 4.9 27.05 24.49 36 25.64 232 25.71 25.50 +.03 -3.5 AlamoGp N ALG .44f .4 26 120.58 70.53 82 106.72 314 116.34 102.32 -9.03 -5.4 AlamosGld N AGI .02 .4 8.58 4.91 1581 5.21 9739 5.34 4.95 +.12 -20.0 Alarm.cm n Q ALRM 44 49.49 28.40 459 37.37 5073 39.39 33.39 -1.53 -1.0 AlaskaAir N ALK 1.28f 2.0 8 98.81 59.25 2071 63.38 8880 66.64 62.42 -1.60 -13.8 AlaskCom Q ALSK 2.91 1.60 55 2.12 392 2.24 2.09 -.06 -20.9 AlbnyIn N AIN .68 1.1 48 67.15 43.45 434 62.55 979 66.90 61.15 -3.70 +1.8tAlbemarle N ALB 1.34f 1.4 21 144.99 94.70 5717 95.02 29500 114.90 90.49 -23.73 -25.7 Albireo Q ALBO 39.87 15.31 43 35.39 234 35.50 32.66 +1.86 +38.2 Alcentra Q ABDC 1.00m 13.4 7 14.73 7.00 48 7.44 394 7.73 7.15 -.02 -11.3 Alcoa Cp N AA 15 57.50 29.55 3708 45.54 21156 47.58 44.14 -1.16 -15.5 AlderBioPh Q ALDR 24.65 8.60 1731 14.35 7460 15.15 13.50 -.40 +25.3 AldeyraTh Q ALDX 11.90 3.80 69 8.40 941 8.95 7.39 +.80 +23.5 AlexB Inc N ALEX .28 1.2 30.35 21.78 409 23.58 2186 23.64 21.90 +.70 -15.0 Alexanders N ALX 18.00f 4.9 17 440.50 332.98 6 365.00 64 382.01 361.23 -6.11 -7.8 AlexREE N ARE 3.60f 2.9 32 134.37 106.89 512 123.49 2890 123.70 120.22 +.84 -5.4 AlxRE pfD N AREpD 1.75 4.9 37.59 33.75 36.00 3 36.10 35.50 +.01 -2.7 AlexcoR g A AXU 1.85 1.10 340 1.32 1362 1.40 1.27 +.01 -17.0 Alexion lf Q ALXN 45 149.34 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58402 78.68 71.44 -5.07 +4.1 Altair A n Q ALTR 28.90 16.55 123 26.48 1018 26.85 25.82 +.32 +10.7sAlteryx n N AYX 35.81 14.61 1094 36.63 4269 36.70 32.15 +3.25 +45.0 Altice n N ATUS 35.29 17.80 2088 19.29 9580 19.74 18.06 +.03 -9.1 Altimm rs Q ALT 14.70 1.34 198 1.61 1168 1.65 1.48 +.09 -19.1 AltisrcAst A AAMC 116.00 52.85 1 66.70 3 69.55 65.00 -1.30 -18.3 Altisrce n Q ASPS 2 46.99 16.17 136 27.73 910 27.99 25.73 +1.56 -1.0 AltraIndlM Q AIMC .68 1.6 22 53.70 36.50 138 43.70 886 45.55 42.40 -1.10 -13.3 Altria N MO 2.80f 4.5 20 77.79 60.01 14796 62.55 52738 65.55 62.10 -2.04 -12.4 Market profile NYSE American Nasdaq CSVixSh rs 67,186,200 9.05 -.86 AMD 57,954,800 11.81 -.09 PwShs QQQ 57,418,200 165.99 +1.51 MicroSemi 52,922,400 67.30 +3.00 MicronT 51,636,200 49.11 +1.49 Apple Inc 38,425,500 176.21 +1.21 JD.com 34,856,900 43.80 -2.41 Intel 33,220,300 48.98 +1.14 Microsoft 32,815,600 93.05 +.20 Comcast s 28,854,600 36.49 -.05 WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg2449.74 +2.34iShIndia bt 5,614,100 34.46 +.18 NwGold g 3,231,400 2.56 +.01 B2gold g 2,793,700 3.00 -.05 CheniereEn 2,545,500 52.18 +.26 GranTrra g 1,895,600 2.52 +.04 22ndCentry 1,849,300 2.52 +.10 SRC Eng 1,808,700 8.97 +.08 Nevsun g 1,802,100 2.29 +.09 KlondexM g 1,788,000 1.51 +.15 TransEntx 1,635,900 1.91 +.02 BioPhrmX 201,173,500 .27 +.11 CambrE rs 64,426,700 .10 +.01 NwGold g 35,382,100 2.56 -.11 Globalstar 27,855,600 .96 +.05 iShIndia bt 26,030,300 34.46 -.89 PwShs QQQ 268,991,600 165.99 -2.18 AMD 266,778,100 11.81 -.26 MicronT 249,503,800 49.11 +2.58 CSVixSh rs 232,237,100 9.05 +1.69 Comcast s 221,619,000 36.49 -3.01 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg 12557.99 +39.26 NYSE Advanced Declined Unchanged WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE S&P500ETF 138,943,600 269.10 +1.38 BkofAm 82,663,900 31.63 +.15 SPDR Fncl 78,954,900 28.47 +.12 GenElec 74,559,000 14.12 +.10 iShEMkts 72,755,200 48.13 +.20 PUVixST rs 61,266,600 17.75 -1.25 FordM 60,392,400 10.40 +.11 B iPVxST rs 57,045,500 45.39 -2.07 SwstnEngy 51,833,000 4.47 +.76 Penney 47,141,100 3.71 -.21 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg S&P500ETF 622,749,600 269.10 -5.55 GenElec 502,364,600 14.12 -.37 iShEMkts 434,027,200 48.13 -1.59 BkofAm 382,251,400 31.63 -.28 SPDR Fncl 354,538,600 28.47 -.63 Veritiv 35.40 +39.6 Vectrus 36.95 +30.1 QuaCare 16.26 +27.8 Dillards 87.97 +23.3 TahoeRes 4.91 +23.1 PHH Corp 10.62 +22.4 Intrexon 16.09 +21.1 Intelsat 4.76 +20.5 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg iPLgEEmM 80.80 -32.7 ColNrthS n 5.69 -29.4 CalifRes rs 14.98 -26.0 Telaria n 3.81 -24.7 RAIT pfA 6.56 -24.1 RAIT pfB 6.64 -24.1 HalconRs n 5.35 -23.5 WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg Pfenex 4.18 +24.8 Myomo n 4.89 +24.7 NuverEnv n 22.84 +17.1 Paretem rs 2.25 +16.0 TransEntx 1.91 +13.0 FriedmInd 6.79 +12.8 FTE Net n 24.60 +12.0 Libbey 6.67 +11.9 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg Taseko 1.25 -18.8 AurynRs n 1.29 -14.1 UnvSecInst 1.30 -13.3 RxVlmxInF 2.64 -13.1 AmpioPhm 2.30 -10.5 OncoCyte n 3.10 -10.1 AsteriasBio 1.95 -9.3 LeisAcq n 9.65 +1240.3 InnovBio rs 9.48 +82.7 ZosanoP rs 7.61 +70.6 Endocyte 6.50 +67.1 TenaxTh rs 7.70 +54.6 AldHlPrd rs 3.98 +41.1 T2 Biosys 6.36 +41.0 Enphase 3.43 +38.9 AtlasFin 11.10 -38.0 TymeTch n 2.29 -37.4 Akorn Inc 18.97 -37.0 Qualstar rs 8.90 -31.5 GulfIsland 8.25 -27.6 GeneticT rs 1.23 -25.9 PortolaPh 34.25 -25.37257.87 +77.31How to read the weekend stock tables STOCK GLOSSARY „ cc: PE greater than 99. d: New 52-week low; dd: Loss in last 12 mos. g: Stock trades in U.S. money but dividend and earnings in Canadian money, and no yield or PE unless stated in U.S. money; n: New issue in past 52 weeks, with high-low range from start of trading; s: A split or stock dividend of 25 percent or more in the past 52 weeks, with the 52-week high-low adjusted. Dividend begins with the date of split or dividend; q: Closed-end fund; no PE calculated. u: New 52-week high; v: Trading halted on primary market; vj: In bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized, or securities assumed by such companies; z: Sales in full, not in hundreds. SPECIAL TYPES: pf: Preferred stocks, which get priority when dividends are paid; pp: Holder owes two installments of purchase price; rs: Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50 percent within the past year; rt: Rights to buy new issues below market; un: Sold in units that may include bonds or warrants; wt: Warrants, or options granted by the company; xw: Without warrants; ww: With warrants; wd: When distributed by holder; wi: When stock is issued. DIVIDEND FOOTNOTES: a: Extra dividend(s); b: Annual rate plus stock dividend; c : Dividend from a liquidating company; e: Declared or paid preceding 12 months; f: Annual rate, increased on last declaration. i: Declared or paid after dividend or split; j: Paid this year, dividend omitted, deferred or no action taken at last meeting; k: Declared or paid this year, an accumulative issue with dividends in arrears; r: Declared or paid in last 12 months plus stock dividend; m: Annual rate, reduced on last declaration. p: Initial dividend, annual rate unknown; yield not shown. t: Paid in stock in preceding 12 months, estimated cash value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution date; X: Buyers arent entitled to next dividend (ex-dividend) or rights (ex-rights); y: ex-dividend and sales in full. 1 „ Name of stock. 2 „ Market: N = NYSE, A NYSE American, Q = NASDAQ. 3 „ Ticker Symbol company trades under. 4 „ Dividend: A distribution of the companys earnings to shareholders, usually consisting of stock dividends, interest on bonds, or short-term capital gains on the sale of securities usually paid quarterly in the form of cash or stock.5 „ Div. Yield: The dividend divided by the stock price. It helps gauge how well the stock is paying, compared to other investments such as CDs, bonds or savings accounts. 6 „ Price to earnings ratio: The price of a stock divided by its earnings per share. PEs are used to gauge the relative worth of a company stock. When compared to other companies in the same industry, the companies with the lowest PEs are generally earning higher profits.7 „ Range of closing prices in last year.8 „ Trading for the day, with sales in thousands (10 = 10,000 shares), and closing price.9 „ Weekly sales volume, High, low, and change from previous weeks close.10 „ Percent change for the year. st Arrows, indicate new highs or lows during the week. Underline: indicates weekly volume surge equal to or more than 5%. Bold stocks designates which stocks have gone up or down 10% for the week. XYZcorp Q ABC .35m 1.3 26 32.17 22.26 2 26.97 13 28.18 24.92 +.98 -14.00 Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg 2 3 1 4 5 6 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg 7 8 9 10 Continued on next page WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chgpp p 1,814 1,056 124 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,994 26 161 Advanced Declined Unchanged 182 118 29 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 329 13 Advanced Declined Unchanged 2,132 708 190 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,030 60 71 Advanced Declined Unchanged 978 2,019 53 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,050 167 280 Advanced Declined Unchanged 108 220 20 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 348 2 29 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,220 1,771 96 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,087 232 193 Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, March 3, 2018

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AlumChina N ACH 23.54 11.01 51 14.59 369 15.49 14.27 -1.47 -18.6 AmTrstFn Q AFSI .34 2.6 26.00 8.80 7072 12.93 22378 13.28 11.87 +28.4 ATrFn pfA N AFSIpA 1.69 9.0 25.28 13.96 13 18.71 75 19.97 18.37 -.49 -9.2 AmTrF pfB N AFSIpB 1.81 9.7 25.23 12.92 21 18.70 167 20.32 18.29 -.82 -14.5 AmTrF pfC N AFSIpC 1.91 9.9 25.57 14.91 17 19.25 126 20.60 18.99 -.52 -14.4 AmTrF pf F N AFSIpF 24.19 13.93 48 18.90 471 19.99 18.60 -.43 -7.9 AmTrF pfE N AFSIpE 26.09 14.80 13 20.12 116 21.66 19.77 -.54 -12.2 AmTrFn 7.5 N AFST 27.79 22.46 10 25.03 82 25.50 24.65 +.05 -3.3 AmTrFn 55 N AFSS 1.81 7.6 26.36 21.41 2 23.86 64 24.50 23.50 -.38 -4.6 AmTrF pfD N AFSIpD 1.88 9.7 25.46 14.42 42 19.32 180 20.44 19.06 -.41 -12.9 Amarin Q AMRN 4.60 2.85 2072 3.36 9195 3.99 3.26 -.34 -16.2sAmazon Q AMZN 1528.70 833.50 6573 1500.25 28333 1528.70 1455.01 +.25 +28.3 AmbacFin Q AMBC 23.55 13.17 476 15.09 2033 16.05 14.64 -.79 -5.6 Ambarella Q AMBA 26 66.23 40.06 4080 51.82 7670 52.62 45.02 +2.93 -11.8 AmberRd N AMBR 10.29 6.14 196 9.32 1005 9.92 8.80 -.53 +27.0 Ambev N ABEV .05e .7 7 7.04 5.30 16315 6.88 82539 6.92 6.67 +.16 +6.5 Amdocs Q DOX 1.00f 1.5 18 71.37 60.20 473 65.98 2576 67.35 64.69 -.70 +.8tAmedica rs Q AMDA 6.94 2.00 21 2.05 209 2.21 2.00 -.13 -37.3 Amedisys Q AMED 42 65.91 45.60 251 58.52 2371 61.78 55.49 +.54 +11.0tAMERCO Q UHAL 2.50e 17 400.99 332.46 118 331.17 450 356.66 330.11 -22.46 -12.4 Ameren N AEE 1.83 3.4 19 64.89 51.89 1444 54.03 8721 56.46 53.47 -2.32 -8.4 Ameresco N AMRC 22 9.50 5.25 37 8.30 198 8.55 8.05 +.10 -3.5 AmeriHld n Q AMRH 13.50 1.27 16 2.11 176 2.53 2.05 -.33 -31.9sAFMulti Q ATAX .50 8.0 21 6.25 5.55 55 6.25 338 6.30 6.15 +.05 +3.3 AMovilL N AMX .17e .9 16 19.50 12.40 1340 18.62 11194 19.36 18.22 -.59 +8.6 AmMovl A N AMOV 19.37 13.89 2 18.35 24 19.23 18.14 -.60 +7.9sAmCarM Q CRMT 12 51.65 31.40 23 49.10 187 51.65 47.59 -2.25 +10.0 AmAirlines Q AAL .40 .8 9 59.08 39.21 4917 53.18 25227 55.60 51.87 -.21 +2.2tAmAssets N AAT 1.08f 3.4 20 44.83 30.62 592 31.76 1951 33.12 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36.71 32.65 +3.13 +15.6 AudCodes Q AUDC 22 8.43 5.83 45 7.55 257 7.71 7.35 -.18 +2.6 AuriniaPh Q AUPH 10.54 3.50 541 5.28 2926 5.66 5.06 -.32 +16.6tAurisMed h Q EARS .97 .24 12807 .32 21811 .33 .24 +.05 -46.5tAurynRs n A AUG 3.00 1.29 97 1.29 544 1.51 1.28 -.21 -21.4 AutoNatn N AN 13 62.02 38.20 907 49.67 6782 52.68 48.01 -2.79 -3.2 AutoWeb Q AUTO 18 14.79 6.63 77 6.80 305 7.29 6.76 -.40 -24.5 Autodesk Q ADSK 131.10 81.75 2682 116.28 12607 119.74 111.05 +1.25 +10.9 Autohome N ATHM 42 86.86 28.63 757 81.15 4377 85.95 76.38 -3.85 +25.5 Autoliv N ALV 2.32 1.6 23 152.57 96.08 1048 146.23 4462 148.97 140.24 -.60 +15.1 AutoData Q ADP 2.52 2.2 30 125.24 95.50 1713 113.60 8990 119.18 112.19 -4.05 -3.1 AutoZone N AZO 15 797.89 491.13 619 662.86 4719 735.90 645.14 -62.14 -6.8 AvadelPh Q AVDL 5 12.30 7.52 414 8.40 4663 8.55 7.86 +.47 +2.4 AvalonHld A AWX 3.34 1.83 4 2.13 17 2.18 2.07 -.05 +6.5tAvalonBay N AVB 5.88f 3.8 20 199.52 154.15 903 153.90 5212 160.72 152.92 -6.11 -13.7 Avangrid n N AGR 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18.20 623 18.55 5220 20.60 18.35 -1.65 -26.7 BOK Q BOKF 1.80 1.9 18 98.80 73.44 105 95.79 556 97.95 92.88 -.41 +3.8 BOK 56 n Q BOKFL 1.34 5.3 26.23 23.39 4 25.49 41 25.49 25.07 +.34 -.5 BOS Ltd Q BOSC 2.97 1.53 9 2.01 133 2.17 1.93 -.15 -8.2 BP MidPt n N BPMP 23.00 17.05 198 19.42 926 20.99 18.68 -.63 -5.6 BP PLC N BP 2.38 6.1 21 44.62 33.10 5611 38.70 31694 40.42 38.33 -1.40 -7.9 BP Pru N BPT 3.60e 18.2 3 27.95 15.00 349 19.75 1146 20.88 19.60 -1.05 -1.7 BRF SA N BRFS 15.50 8.64 1824 9.42 13821 9.44 8.74 +.69 -16.3 BRT N BRT .72 7.0 9 13.99 7.36 15 10.33 178 10.59 10.20 -.07 -12.4 BSB Bcp Q BLMT 19 32.15 26.65 13 30.00 70 30.90 28.65 -.35 +2.6 BT Grp s N BT .99e 6.0 21.16 15.79 1227 16.57 6242 17.17 16.36 -.68 -9.1sBWX Tech N BWXT .64f 1.0 34 65.38 45.56 735 63.77 3772 65.38 61.12 -.46 +5.4 B&W Ent n N BW 12.06 1.61 4628 5.53 9131 7.15 4.32 -1.39 -2.6 BabShDHi N BGH 1.84 9.9 20.83 18.35 68 18.60 272 18.84 18.54 -.23 -4.0 BadgerMtr s N BMI .52 1.1 41 52.10 34.40 111 48.20 975 50.85 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8.25 30173 8.61 8.13 -.23 -2.9 BcoBrades s N BBDO .02r .2 13.09 7.47 2 11.47 54 11.90 10.68 -.19 +23.7 BcoBrad s N BBD .06a .5 13.18 7.83 6814 11.97 36853 12.52 11.67 -.41 +16.8 BcoLatin N BLX 1.54 5.4 13 30.50 25.51 96 28.50 570 29.21 27.81 -.57 +5.9 BcoMacro N BMA 136.10 80.37 339 108.21 1313 114.86 105.05 -4.90 -6.6 BcoSantSA N SAN .21e 3.1 7.57 5.51 5888 6.83 42533 7.10 6.73 -.20 +4.4sBcoSBrasil N BSBR .29e 2.6 8 11.93 6.86 1182 11.19 7150 11.93 10.96 -.43 +15.7 BcSanChile N BSAC .85e 2.6 34.98 22.64 251 32.45 1622 33.64 32.01 -1.06 +3.8 BcoChile N BCH 2.12e 2.1 106.50 67.68 28 100.02 226 106.36 98.73 -5.48 +3.6sBancorp34 n Q BCTF 15.76 12.50 15.76 26 15.76 15.29 +.49 +6.8 BncpBnk lf Q TBBK 11.28 4.41 342 10.49 1650 10.90 10.30 -.41 +6.2 BcpSouth N BXS .56 1.7 35.55 27.20 432 32.35 2649 32.90 31.10 +.05 +2.9 Bcp NJ A BKJ .24 1.4 27 18.55 12.95 3 17.23 14 17.85 17.00 -.31 -5.6 BancrftFd A BCV 1.27e 6.0 24.19 19.66 18 21.33 71 21.68 21.15 -.06 -2.0 Bandwith n Q BAND 29 28.22 18.05 72 27.00 861 28.22 26.20 -.02 +16.8sBkofAm N BAC .48 1.5 20 32.85 22.07 82664 31.63 382251 32.85 30.63 -.28 +7.1 BkAML pfI N BMLpI 1.59 6.2 26.39 25.11 21 25.50 103 25.62 25.45 +.01 -1.9 BkAML pfJ N BMLpJ 1.02 4.4 24.62 22.64 17 23.28 56 23.35 23.10 +.15 -.4 BkAm pfD N BACpD 1.55 6.1 26.25 25.00 23 25.38 165 25.78 25.35 +.03 -1.8 BkAm pfE N BACpE 1.02 5.1 25.09 22.33 6 23.47 91 23.60 23.26 -.02 -1.5 BkAm pfI N BACpI 1.66 6.4 26.87 25.00 44 25.90 130 25.91 25.77 +.13 -2.1 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, March 3, 2018

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CME 2.80a 1.7 36 169.52 114.82 1605 166.26 8235 169.52 161.28 +2.24 +13.8 CMS Eng N CMS 1.43f 3.4 26 50.83 40.48 4251 42.59 16869 44.32 41.98 -1.27 -10.0 CNA Fn N CNA 1.20a 2.4 15 55.62 42.34 233 50.20 1201 52.34 49.24 -.96 -5.4 CNBFnPA Q CCNE .66 2.4 17 29.76 20.91 18 27.91 139 28.01 26.75 +.33 +6.4 CNH Indl N CNHI .12e .9 15.65 9.36 2685 12.99 8670 14.11 12.84 -1.10 -3.1 CNO Fincl N CNO .36 1.7 14 26.47 19.37 957 21.79 5591 23.70 21.42 -1.40 -11.7 CNOOC N CEO 4.92e 3.4 166.23 108.05 105 143.15 582 150.79 139.25 -6.95 -.3 CNX Midst N CNXM 1.25 6.9 11 24.20 15.25 65 18.02 424 18.39 17.41 -.22 +7.5sCNX Resc N CNX .04 .2 16.83 11.30 3589 16.72 32706 16.83 14.88 +1.75 +14.3 ConslCoal n N CCR 16.65 13.15 12 14.20 170 14.55 13.40 -.20 -9.3 CONSOL n N CEIX 41.89 19.51 329 31.69 1567 33.74 30.50 -1.29 -19.8 CPFL Eng N CPL .12e .8 17.69 10.63 56 14.68 239 15.07 14.42 -.08 +27.7 CPI Aero A CVU 12 10.05 5.55 16 8.05 51 8.55 8.00 -.40 -10.1 CPI Crd rs Q PMTS 25.25 2.45 9 2.56 117 2.83 2.52 -.22 -30.2 CPS Tech Q CPSH 31 2.20 1.02 89 1.55 146 1.78 1.50 +.02 -6.6sCRA Intl Q CRAI .68 1.3 33 53.00 31.77 47 50.91 314 53.00 49.24 -.65 +13.3 CRH Med A CRHM 9.25 1.46 87 2.80 308 2.95 2.70 -.03 +5.7 CRH N CRH .72e 2.1 39.32 32.47 885 33.71 3581 34.93 33.10 -1.15 -6.6sCRISPR n Q CRSP 51.00 13.50 1114 50.02 6487 51.00 43.51 +6.98 +113.0 CSG Sys Q CSGS .84f 1.8 26 48.82 35.48 124 46.60 1067 48.66 45.32 -.57 +6.3 CSI Comp Q CCLP .75 9.8 11.19 4.12 101 7.64 1037 8.05 7.50 -.08 +39.7 CsopChiA50 N AFTY 2.38p 20.51 13.45 6 18.24 92 19.34 17.94 -.73 +3.6 CSP Inc Q CSPI .44 3.6 30 18.89 8.25 7 12.10 42 12.53 11.64 -.20 -23.5 CSRA n N CSRA .40 1.0 19 40.84 27.38 7038 40.53 22735 40.67 40.50 -.01 +35.5tCSS Inds N CSS .80 4.3 78 30.29 18.21 108 18.60 391 19.74 18.07 -.62 -33.2 CSW Ind n Q CSWI 32 50.00 34.05 134 45.95 283 49.31 44.90 -1.55 CSX Q CSX .88f 1.6 9 60.04 45.41 11229 55.04 48941 56.99 53.13 -.58 +.1 CTI BioP rs Q CTIC 4.65 2.45 1616 3.89 4130 4.14 3.80 +.09 +45.1 CTI Inds Q CTIB 6.43 3.25 5.00 7 5.00 4.51 +.05 +22.9 CTS N CTS .16 .6 21 28.45 19.30 67 25.75 351 26.85 25.20 -.95 CUI Glbl Q CUI 6.70 2.44 16 2.85 204 2.91 2.72 +.12 +3.6 CURO Gp n N CURO 17.97 13.50 126 17.38 539 17.74 16.61 +23.4 CVB Fncl Q CVBF .56 2.4 22 25.49 19.58 230 23.50 2585 23.74 22.80 +.13 -.3tCVD Eqp Q CVV 19 13.50 8.75 8 9.10 45 9.13 8.75 +.05 -21.7 CVR Engy N CVI 2.00 6.6 39.70 16.75 1366 30.20 3668 31.78 29.10 -.61 -18.9 CVR Ptrs N UAN .71e 20.6 5.17 2.58 144 3.44 1178 3.65 3.37 +.03 +4.9 CVR Rfng N CVRR 1.39 21 18.25 6.70 580 12.50 3048 13.75 11.65 -.85 -24.5 CVS Health N CVS 2.00 3.0 12 84.00 66.45 10613 67.46 46693 69.66 66.63 -.70 -7.0tCWA Inco n N CWAI 26.93 24.82 17 24.81 17 24.83 24.80 -.19 -2.9 CYS Invest N CYS 1.00 15.6 6 8.98 6.25 1478 6.42 9147 6.68 6.29 -.19 -20.0 CYSInv pfA N CYSpA 1.94 7.9 25.73 23.99 4 24.47 26 24.70 24.40 -.03 -2.2 CYSInv pfB N CYSpB 1.88 7.9 25.32 23.10 11 23.85 60 24.08 23.82 -.14 -3.8 CabGS flt34 N GYB .83 3.6 23.75 21.75 22.90 9 22.94 22.85 +.14 -.4 CabcoJCP97 N PFH 1.91 13.3 18.74 11.00 18 14.33 44 15.23 14.23 -.42 -2.8 CableOne n N CABO 7.00 1.0 37 788.00 616.06 45 681.92 257 710.84 656.51 -17.03 -3.0 Cabot N CBT 1.26 2.1 17 68.63 50.21 383 60.12 3403 64.93 58.84 -4.46 -2.4sCabotMicro Q CCMP .80 .8 45 105.77 68.00 95 102.72 663 105.77 100.00 +.04 +9.2 CabotO&G N COG .24f 1.0 48 29.57 21.40 6534 25.26 27622 25.35 24.14 +.80 -11.7 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, March 3, 2018

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CACI N CACI 14 159.40 112.10 116 150.35 589 154.30 146.85 -1.20 +13.6 Cactus n N WHD 25.75 19.18 323 24.66 2135 25.50 23.60 -.54 +21.8 CadencB n N CADE .13 .4 29.05 20.00 444 27.84 1870 28.54 27.00 -.22 +2.7 Cadence Q CDNS 52 46.00 30.35 2333 39.29 11893 40.11 37.80 -.45 -6.0 Cadiz h Q CDZI 16.25 9.65 39 14.10 284 14.20 13.50 +.05 -1.1 CaesarStne Q CSTE .29e 28 44.00 19.55 190 20.45 1168 22.00 19.80 -1.40 -7.0 CaesarsEnt Q CZR 14.50 9.00 9216 12.25 37453 13.45 11.90 -.85 -3.2tCafePress Q PRSS 3.50 1.36 35 1.32 136 1.63 1.32 -.17 -28.5 Cal-Maine Q CALM 2.49e 5.7 50.40 33.40 181 43.50 1411 43.95 42.25 -.15 -2.1 Caladriu rs Q CLBS 7.79 2.63 27 4.70 428 5.14 4.15 +.44 +33.9 CalaCvHi Q CHY 1.20 10.3 12.42 10.60 187 11.70 892 11.88 11.55 -.07 -1.3 CalaCvOp Q CHI 1.14 10.3 11.75 10.01 118 11.06 763 11.12 10.88 +.03 -1.2 CalaCv&Inc Q CCD 2.00 10.1 20.98 18.15 113 19.87 382 19.97 19.44 +.13 -1.0 CalaGDyIn Q CHW .84 9.3 9.87 7.53 271 9.04 995 9.42 8.90 -.28 -.4 CalaGTR Q CGO 1.20 7.9 16.34 11.33 27 15.21 93 15.50 14.83 +.43 +1.0 CalaStrTR Q CSQ .99 8.3 12.91 10.83 203 11.97 1406 12.39 11.73 -.20 -.9 CalAmp Q CAMP 49 25.45 15.64 182 24.03 1290 24.34 22.85 +.08 +12.1 CalavoGr h Q CVGW .95f 1.1 40 90.85 48.75 116 84.20 831 88.75 83.50 -2.40 -.2 CaledoMn n A CMCL .28 4.0 7.96 5.17 7 7.04 48 7.35 6.86 -.31 -4.7 Caleres N CAL .28 1.0 14 34.34 22.39 189 28.47 1365 30.18 27.39 -.53 -15.0 Calgon N CCC .20 .9 22.10 12.00 455 21.40 3720 21.45 21.25 +.05 +.5 CalifRes rs N CRC 25.06 6.47 1668 14.98 16122 20.45 13.26 -5.25 -22.9 CalifWtr N CWT .75f 2.1 26 46.15 32.75 328 36.40 1390 40.65 36.10 -3.75 -19.7 Calithera Q CALA 20.05 6.57 494 8.00 2421 8.40 7.45 -4.2 Calix N CALX 7.40 4.65 141 6.75 1064 7.08 6.50 -.20 +13.4sCallGolf N ELY .04 .3 34 16.07 10.41 790 15.76 3540 16.07 15.21 +.20 +13.1 Callidus Q CALD 36.25 18.38 811 35.90 5587 35.90 35.85 +25.3 CallonPet N CPE 25 13.92 9.34 4155 11.25 17791 11.27 10.50 +.19 -7.4 Callon pfA N CPEpA 5.00 9.7 53.65 47.11 2 51.57 16 51.75 51.15 +.25 +.6 Calpine N CPN 15.25 9.30 6587 15.22 24451 15.23 15.22 -.01 +.6 CalumetSp Q CLMT 9.95 3.40 430 6.75 2383 7.20 6.51 -.25 -12.3 Calyxt n Q CLXT 31.89 9.26 72 18.79 316 19.76 17.30 -.73 -14.7tCambrE rs A CEI .77 .08 21116 .10 64427 .11 .08 +.01 -19.7 CambLrn Q ABCD 1.36 18.7 23 7.84 4.55 68 7.26 347 7.80 7.17 +.04 +27.8 Cambrex N CBM 20 62.95 42.55 308 52.35 1310 53.40 50.35 -.85 +9.1 CambriaYld N SYLD 1.42e 1.6 41.00 32.87 25 38.07 71 39.33 37.39 -.83 -.8 CambFgnY N FYLD 1.85e 5.6 27.94 21.86 2 25.89 8 27.00 25.74 -1.10 -1.8 CambGblV N GVAL .54e 2.0 28.50 21.44 16 26.60 328 27.32 26.21 -.49 +3.9 CamGblMo N GMOM .53e 1.9 29.42 23.84 11 27.49 61 28.40 27.00 -.65 +.4 CambGlAss A GAA .55e 2.0 28.60 24.83 14 27.45 63 27.85 27.32 -.24 -.1 CambrEmS N EYLD 38.25 28.15 1 35.97 72 37.22 35.97 -.38 +3.7 CambEq n N CCOR 26.18 24.47 9 24.92 57 25.39 24.92 -.30 -3.5tCambTail n N TAIL 25.57 21.44 10 22.08 105 22.59 21.44 +.29 -2.3 CamValMom N VAMO 28.07 22.55 25 24.69 219 25.19 24.30 -.26 -1.0sCambrBc n Q CATC 1.92f 2.3 87.65 70.00 4 85.00 25 87.65 81.58 +2.00 +6.5 CamdnN s Q CAC .92 2.1 17 47.41 37.10 16 43.14 135 43.42 42.05 +.09 +2.4tCamdenPT N CPT 3.08f 3.9 21 96.39 78.38 740 78.55 4063 81.94 78.29 -3.21 -14.7 Cameco g N CCJ .40 11.91 7.68 940 8.97 5812 9.42 8.73 -.22 -2.8tCampSp N CPB 1.40 3.3 14 59.61 41.99 5138 42.02 20143 44.82 41.90 -2.10 -12.7 CampWrl n N CWH .54 1.4 47.62 26.30 1960 38.40 6626 44.25 35.84 -4.05 -14.2 Camtek h Q CAMT .14p 11 7.96 3.44 99 6.81 260 6.86 6.48 +.27 +19.1 Can-Fite A CANF 2.75 1.24 12 1.81 214 1.92 1.75 -.02 +22.4 CdaGoose n N GOOS 38.25 15.20 655 32.07 3181 33.70 30.50 -.71 +1.6 CIBC g N CM 5.32f 10 100.01 77.20 643 89.74 2300 94.08 89.46 -4.22 -7.9 CdnNR gs N CNI 1.33 85.73 71.02 904 75.29 9285 79.52 74.73 -2.01 -8.7 CdnNRs gs N CNQ 1.34f 37.63 27.52 3995 30.89 14425 32.80 30.25 -1.26 -13.5sCP Rwy g N CP 1.87 188.80 143.20 564 174.27 2708 188.80 173.01 -12.46 -4.6 CdnSolar Q CSIQ 17 19.09 10.86 326 15.85 2175 16.00 15.33 +.39 -6.0 CancerGen Q CGIX 5.30 1.55 93 1.80 499 1.81 1.65 -2.7sCannaeHl n N CNNE 19.29 16.16 169 18.65 850 19.29 17.84 +.78 +9.5 Canon N CAJ 40.67 29.05 361 37.18 1897 38.51 36.61 -.37 -.6sCantelMed N CMD .14e .1 75 119.78 69.21 158 115.12 795 119.78 111.56 -.22 +11.9 CantbryPk Q CPHC .24 1.7 22 17.55 10.00 14.35 4 14.75 14.28 +.22 -11.7 CpStarFn n Q CSTR 22.22 16.00 20 18.07 141 19.95 17.71 -.65 -13.0 CapellaEd Q CPLA 1.72 2.2 22 99.25 65.15 120 77.90 306 80.55 73.10 -2.60 +.6 CapCtyBk Q CCBG .28 1.1 29 26.33 17.68 17 24.55 105 24.75 23.98 -.04 +7.0 CapOne N COF 1.60 1.7 28 106.50 76.05 1879 96.72 9766 101.67 94.27 -2.32 -2.9 CapOne pfC N COFpC 1.56 6.1 26.79 25.13 43 25.78 284 25.94 25.76 -.04 -1.5 CapOne pfD N COFpD 1.68 6.4 27.88 25.82 32 26.35 179 26.52 26.24 +.08 -1.8 CapOne pfF N COFpF 1.55 5.8 27.74 25.03 71 26.50 382 26.65 26.32 +.10 -2.0 CapOne pfB N COFpP 1.50 5.9 25.88 24.72 41 25.23 344 25.29 25.12 -.01 -.3 CpOne pf H N COFpH 27.19 24.72 28 26.25 233 26.45 25.83 +.41 -2.5 CapOne pfG N COFpG 25.55 21.79 54 24.51 329 24.56 24.12 +.37 -2.1 CapProd Q CPLP .32 10.2 13 4.00 2.98 496 3.15 1782 3.24 3.14 -.07 -6.3 CapSenL N CSU 16.72 10.35 226 12.20 2206 13.41 10.92 +1.08 -9.6 CapSwst Q CSWC .99e 5.7 18 17.76 14.85 6 17.29 73 17.50 17.04 -.11 +4.5tCapitalaF Q CPTA 1.00 13.7 66 14.65 6.88 59 7.29 528 7.30 6.88 +.13 +.1tCapitala22 Q CPTAL 1.50 6.1 26.15 24.13 5 24.55 28 24.58 24.13 +.27 -2.6 CapFedFn Q CFFN .34a 2.7 21 15.37 12.36 480 12.62 2273 13.03 12.36 -.21 -5.9 CapInv n N CIC 10.10 9.60 9.67 576 9.68 9.67 -.01 -.1 Capricor Q CAPR 4.25 .63 190 1.76 798 1.84 1.70 -.05 +11.4 CapsteadM N CMO .95 11.1 12 11.41 8.17 894 8.54 3747 8.77 8.31 -.15 -1.3 Capstd pfE N CMOpE 1.88 7.5 25.85 24.12 8 25.11 62 25.13 24.99 +.11 -.9 CpstnTur rs Q CPST 1.35 .58 511 .89 4374 .93 .77 +.06 +14.9 CarGurus n Q CARG 36.81 25.85 356 35.95 791 36.43 30.00 +4.05 +19.9 CaraThera Q CARA 28.50 11.11 662 14.38 2785 14.65 13.40 +.05 +17.5 CarboCer N CRR 13.70 5.83 965 7.30 3890 7.75 6.73 -.33 -28.3 Carbonite Q CARB 30.65 18.20 189 28.45 1258 29.59 27.45 -.75 +13.3 CardnlHlth N CAH 1.85 2.7 17 84.88 54.66 1725 68.94 11240 71.06 67.55 -.37 +12.5 Crdiom grs Q CRME 4.84 1.29 12 1.44 171 1.47 1.37 +.04 -7.1 CardiovSys Q CSII 33.11 20.58 249 24.11 2184 24.33 21.96 +1.73 +1.8sCardlytc n Q CDLX 20.99 11.10 151 17.30 910 20.99 16.12 -1.52 +29.4 Cardtronic Q CATM 9 47.45 15.80 844 24.04 3511 24.30 22.10 +.68 +29.8tCareTrust Q CTRE .74 5.6 28 19.86 13.18 875 13.21 5428 14.95 12.96 -1.69 -21.2 Care.com N CRCM 20.88 9.42 191 18.13 1876 19.45 16.06 -.43 +.5 CareDx h Q CDNA 7.98 .76 86 5.86 679 6.03 5.20 +.68 -20.2 CareerEd Q CECO .30f 2.2 13.92 7.76 357 13.37 1523 13.82 12.61 +.09 +10.7 Carlisle N CSL 1.48 1.4 18 119.21 92.09 384 102.48 2384 105.62 100.61 -2.51 -9.8 CarlyleGp Q CG 1.41e 6.2 9 25.90 15.45 621 22.60 3578 23.95 22.00 -.55 -1.3 CarlGp pfA Q TCGP 1.47 6.1 25.85 23.31 45 24.18 306 24.47 24.03 +.21 -4.7 CarMax N KMX 16 77.64 54.29 2130 59.97 8633 63.31 59.03 -2.79 -6.5 Carnival N CCL 1.80 2.8 17 72.70 55.07 3749 64.97 15920 68.98 64.52 -3.79 -2.1 CarnUK N CUK 1.80f 2.8 72.29 54.23 700 64.52 1824 68.55 64.18 -3.83 -2.7 CaroFin s Q CARO .20 .5 20 42.42 28.14 64 39.30 342 41.23 38.07 -1.42 +5.8 CarolTrBk Q CART 34 10.00 6.90 9 9.17 15 9.70 9.01 -.09 -4.0 CarpTech N CRS .72 1.4 39 54.61 34.24 393 50.33 2330 52.33 48.65 -.82 -1.3 CarrSrv N CSV .30f 1.1 25 28.96 23.15 149 27.85 567 28.15 27.14 +.34 +8.3 Carrizo Q CRZO 11 33.30 11.10 3834 14.90 38995 18.94 13.50 -3.54 -30.0 CarrolsRst Q TAST 18 16.55 9.90 203 12.55 1881 13.33 12.05 -.35 +3.3 Cars.cm N CARS 32.28 20.94 1303 27.98 5286 29.40 26.46 -1.29 -3.0 Carters N CRI 1.80f 1.5 19 129.00 79.76 609 116.73 6472 124.08 108.85 -4.13 -.6 Carvana A n N CVNA 24.89 8.14 460 18.73 2539 22.62 18.58 -2.65 -2.0 CarverBc lf Q CARV 28 7.95 2.01 3 2.80 58 3.09 2.40 +.11 -3.7sCasaSys n Q CASA 24.24 13.25 854 21.95 3108 24.24 19.90 +2.31 +23.6 CascTher rs Q CASC 10.21 3.18 518 10.00 2177 10.01 9.97 +170.3 CasellaW Q CWST 27.38 11.48 686 24.87 1903 27.00 22.15 -1.66 +8.0 Caseys Q CASY 1.04 .9 30 128.51 99.76 451 111.90 1840 114.70 109.44 -.23 CassInfo Q CASS .96 1.6 31 65.00 53.23 29 60.44 139 60.98 57.96 +1.27 +3.8 CastleBr A ROX 2.22 .92 327 1.23 1730 1.26 1.15 -.01 +.8 CastlightH N CSLT 4.75 3.10 164 3.55 1219 3.80 3.45 -.15 -5.3 Catabasis n Q CATB 3.78 1.09 1085 1.95 4498 2.05 1.61 +.21 +30.9 Catalent N CTLT 70 47.87 27.48 856 40.76 3143 43.15 39.79 -2.08 -.8 CatalstB rs Q CBIO 37.00 3.11 642 27.54 2287 29.55 24.42 +.89 +101.9 CatalystPh Q CPRX 4.51 1.10 709 3.20 2581 3.33 3.14 -.03 -18.2 Catasys n Q CATS 5.44 3.30 112 5.15 254 5.15 4.40 +.56 +37.3 CatchMTim N CTT .54 4.1 13.47 10.48 349 13.30 1592 13.43 12.97 +.26 +1.3 Caterpillar N CAT 3.12 2.1 26 173.19 90.34 9503 146.38 39565 164.60 145.86 -16.03 -7.1 CathayGen Q CATY .96 2.3 19 45.59 34.00 351 41.95 1509 43.58 40.51 -.54 -.5 CatoCp N CATO 1.32 11.2 26 23.63 10.76 313 11.82 1456 11.97 11.09 +.50 -25.8sCavcoInd Q CVCO 28 176.25 107.05 46 162.85 376 176.25 157.10 -11.60 +6.7 Cavium Q CAVM 90.83 56.96 967 89.05 2985 90.03 87.43 +.34 +6.2tCecoEnv Q CECE .30 7.2 12.25 4.02 65 4.18 514 4.46 4.00 -.21 -18.5 CedarF N FUN 3.56 5.3 17 72.56 59.66 64 66.65 495 68.67 65.81 -1.48 +2.6tCedarRlty N CDR .20 5.0 10 6.29 3.89 405 3.99 2265 4.18 3.89 -.11 -34.4 CedarR pfB N CDRpB 1.81 7.4 26.06 23.73 3 24.43 16 24.52 24.36 -.06 -3.3tCedrRT pfC N CDRpC 1.63 7.5 25.39 21.25 2 21.72 67 22.05 21.25 -.31 -13.3 Cel-Sci rs A CVM 3.93 1.46 147 1.85 298 1.98 1.76 +.07 -2.1 Celadon N CGI .08 1.9 22 9.10 1.30 364 4.30 2566 4.35 3.55 +.60 -32.8 Celanese N CE 1.84 1.8 14 114.00 83.34 859 104.63 3568 104.96 100.84 +.68 -2.3 Celcuity n Q CELC 22.73 11.10 24 16.65 61 17.76 15.59 -.93 -12.1 Celestic g N CLS 9 14.74 9.79 473 10.88 2372 11.09 10.60 +.25 +3.8tCelgene Q CELG 26 147.17 87.00 8637 89.33 63636 96.95 86.55 -6.28 -14.4 Celgene rt Q CELGZ 1.61 .49 3 .57 17 .64 .50 -.09 -41.8 Cellcom N CEL 9 10.91 7.84 6 8.20 52 8.29 7.96 -.15 -19.6 CelldexTh Q CLDX 3.94 2.20 1272 2.33 5269 2.43 2.23 -.04 -18.0 CellectBio n Q APOP 13.50 5.82 7 7.53 71 7.55 7.02 +.15 +7.6 Cellectar rs Q CLRB 3.07 1.06 89 1.17 455 1.25 1.14 -.02 -14.6 Cellectis n Q CLLS 35.07 19.94 81 31.74 552 32.59 30.97 -.69 +8.9 CallularBio Q CBMG 22.75 5.05 82 19.00 174 19.15 15.15 +2.05 +68.9 Celsion rs Q CLSN 6.06 1.24 155 2.25 684 2.29 2.10 +.07 -16.0 CelsiusH n Q CELH 7.00 3.42 15 5.50 143 5.69 5.23 +.11 +4.8 Celyad n Q CYAD 64.75 20.51 4 37.52 10 41.35 37.52 -2.74 -12.9 Cementos N CPAC .50e 4.2 13.49 9.62 5 11.85 14 12.25 11.78 -4.4tCemex N CX .29t 10.37 6.45 9517 6.92 66328 7.11 6.45 -.17 -7.7 Cemig pf N CIG .08e 3.2 3.84 1.89 4314 2.50 23686 2.60 2.39 -.03 +21.4 Cemig N CIG/C .08e 3.7 4.35 1.81 31 2.17 59 2.24 2.11 +.12 +17.2 Cemtrex rs Q CETX .02p 8 4.55 2.37 42 2.57 603 2.70 2.40 +.03 +.8 Cemtrx pf Q CETXP .19r 8.00 4.70 4 5.52 21 6.00 5.50 -.03 +4.0 CenovusE N CVE .20 6 13.32 6.76 5423 7.54 21331 7.80 7.09 -.06 -17.4 Centene s N CNC 19 112.42 65.03 934 100.78 5339 104.15 98.51 +.33 -.1 CntRsDvA Q CDEV 22.14 14.10 1429 19.93 10345 20.02 18.16 +.98 +.7 CC MLPInf N CEN 1.25 13.4 13.22 8.80 522 9.33 1981 9.88 9.26 -.47 -6.3 CenterPnt N CNP 1.11f 4.2 19 30.45 25.84 3971 26.69 22963 27.88 26.47 -1.04 -5.9sCntrStBk Q CSFL .40f 1.4 28.14 21.77 612 27.92 3561 28.14 27.09 +.08 +8.5sCentElBr B N EBR/B 9.06 4.60 47 8.56 296 9.06 8.14 -.48 +26.1sCentElecBr N EBR 7.86 3.49 463 7.51 2249 7.86 7.08 -.10 +31.8 CEurMed Q CETV 5.20 2.75 157 4.45 848 4.65 4.20 -.15 -4.3 CnEurRusT N CEE .49e 1.8 28.32 19.74 10 26.55 53 27.40 26.07 -.41 +8.9 CentrlFedl Q CFBK 36 2.75 1.76 10 2.50 36 2.50 2.39 +.07 -9.1 CentGard lf Q CENT 24 42.29 29.08 279 40.17 917 40.64 37.76 +.24 +3.2 CenGrdA lf Q CENTA 41.34 28.12 272 37.43 1183 37.98 35.20 -.45 -.7 CenPacFn N CPF .76f 2.7 18 33.55 27.34 105 28.57 809 28.76 27.58 +.29 -4.2 CentSecur A CET 1.78e .7 29.00 23.29 15 26.90 111 27.65 26.60 -.30 -1.8 CntlVyCm Q CVCY .28f 1.4 16 23.94 17.62 14 19.59 185 19.69 19.10 +.19 -2.9 CentrusEn A LEU 6.45 3.30 20 3.55 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+.46 -9.1 CoBizFncl Q COBZ .22 1.1 24 22.01 15.39 77 19.31 521 19.88 18.68 -.39 -3.4sCoStar Q CSGP 96 358.84 197.55 202 348.28 1392 358.84 337.84 -6.63 +17.3 CoastwayB Q CWAY 59 22.20 16.90 3 22.00 8 22.10 21.75 +.18 +3.8 CCFemsa N KOF 1.75e 2.6 91.85 65.91 44 68.56 462 70.55 66.78 -1.46 -1.5 CocaBtl Q COKE 1.00 .5 32 249.54 170.93 73 191.20 309 192.84 182.06 +9.03 -11.2 CocaCola N KO 1.56f 3.6 81 48.62 41.74 14033 43.72 74128 44.39 42.82 -.32 -4.7 CocaCEur n N CCE 1.04f 2.7 44.75 34.71 1143 38.38 5889 38.85 37.43 -.38 -3.7 CodaOct n Q CODA 6.56 3.80 2 4.55 133 5.14 4.49 -.45 -4.7sCodexis Q CDXS 9.85 3.85 482 10.40 1889 10.75 9.00 +1.30 +24.6 CdrsVlly Q CVLY .62b 2.3 16 33.46 22.82 6 27.47 41 27.68 25.35 +1.61 -.2 Coeur N CDE 98 10.24 6.71 3380 7.85 17483 8.25 7.27 -.05 +4.7 CoffeeH Q JVA 5.09 3.65 20 4.17 31 4.42 4.03 -.25 -2.0 CogentC Q CCOI 2.00f 4.7 54.85 35.75 386 43.00 1685 45.03 41.11 -1.10 -5.1 Cogentix h Q CGNT 3.34 1.55 47 3.08 328 3.20 2.90 +.19 -2.2tCogint Q COGT 6.95 2.50 344 2.65 2000 3.05 2.50 -.40 -39.8 Cognex s Q CGNX .18 .3 39 72.99 38.37 1662 53.02 10470 54.65 51.46 -1.13 -13.3sCognizTch Q CTSH .80f 1.0 25 83.79 57.00 3055 81.28 15848 83.79 79.52 -1.25 +14.4 CohBar n Q CWBR 6.97 4.80 49 5.80 248 6.60 5.60 -.88 +16.7sCohen n A COHN 11.99 7.50 10.97 3 11.99 10.00 -.02 +36.8 CohSClosed N FOF 1.04 8.3 13.52 11.60 78 12.56 395 12.70 12.46 -.07 -5.6 CohStGlbI N INB 1.12 12.0 10.44 8.84 55 9.32 292 9.70 9.19 -.21 -5.7 Cohen&Str N CNS 1.12 2.8 20 47.83 36.29 106 40.31 783 41.69 39.44 -.66 -14.8 CohStInfra N UTF 1.60 7.5 24.61 20.61 271 21.39 1716 22.16 21.09 -.47 -10.9 C&SLtDP&I N LDP 1.87 7.4 27.25 24.66 43 25.13 400 25.41 24.94 -.02 -3.6 C&SIncEgy N MIE 1.32 13.5 11.67 8.87 200 9.76 613 10.18 9.54 -.31 -4.8 CohStQIR N RQI .96 8.5 13.19 10.55 407 11.31 2655 11.57 11.24 -.08 -10.6 CohStRE N RNP 1.48 8.0 21.98 17.91 152 18.53 949 18.82 18.43 -.20 -12.9 CohStSelPf N PSF 2.06a 7.8 29.16 25.72 17 26.29 135 26.57 26.25 -.01 -6.9 CohenStTR N RFI .96a 8.1 13.03 11.50 79 11.91 441 12.14 11.85 -.02 -6.7 Coherent Q COHR 30 329.00 179.60 333 208.81 2617 215.04 205.27 -1.39 -26.0 CoherusBio Q CHRS 26.55 8.05 642 10.05 2974 11.25 9.40 +.50 +14.2 Cohu Q COHU .24 1.2 49 26.17 15.55 137 20.07 1355 20.43 19.41 +.48 -8.6tColfax N CFX 24 43.29 31.50 1095 31.72 5107 33.53 31.26 -1.39 -19.9 ColgPalm N CL 1.60 2.3 24 77.91 68.19 3188 69.27 18450 71.29 68.39 -1.03 -8.2tCllctUnv Q CLCT .70m 4.6 14 30.82 14.87 129 15.24 685 16.55 14.23 -1.31 -46.8 Collegium n Q COLL 26.77 7.37 476 24.82 2154 25.72 23.32 +.32 +34.5 Colliers Q CIGI .10 .2 22 69.20 46.35 26 63.50 157 66.10 62.45 -1.05 +5.2 ColonyBk Q CBAN .20f 1.4 14 14.75 11.10 143 14.65 145 14.65 14.05 +.55 +.3tColNrthS n N CLNS 14.74 5.28 19500 5.69 110132 8.14 5.28 -2.37 -50.1tColNrth pfB N CLNSpB 2.06 8.4 25.76 22.26 26 24.50 166 25.15 22.26 -.49 -3.6tColNrth pfD N CLNSpD 2.13 8.6 26.50 23.78 9 24.64 168 25.47 23.78 -.64 -3.6tColNrth pfE N CLNSpE 2.19 8.8 27.52 23.86 59 25.00 231 26.15 23.86 -.93 -5.9tColNrth pfG N CLNSpG 1.88 7.9 27.25 22.49 2 23.68 83 24.60 22.49 -.83 -5.8tColNrth pfJ N CLNSpJ 24.84 21.50 145 22.74 809 24.00 21.48 -1.01 -7.4 ColNrth pfI N CLNSpI 1.79 7.9 25.94 21.81 68 22.66 350 24.08 22.04 -1.11 -10.0 ColNrth pfH N CLNSpH 1.78 7.8 26.00 21.61 41 22.72 202 23.95 22.00 -1.01 -9.2 ColBnkg Q COLB .88 2.1 23 48.06 35.67 280 42.88 1853 43.41 41.45 +.20 -1.3 Col SusInt n N ESGN 32.31 26.89 3 29.26 10 30.63 29.07 -1.11 -4.2 Col Bey N BBRC .27e 1.3 20.47 15.36 3 19.65 31 20.12 19.41 -.37 +6.6 ColEmxChi N XCEM 30.22 24.00 3 28.49 8 29.23 28.05 -.41 +3.0 ColQualDv N HILO .99e 6.2 17.10 13.23 0 15.87 5 16.32 15.87 -.41 -.2 Col EMCns N ECON .30e 1.1 29.87 23.76 170 27.41 730 28.38 26.89 -.81 -2.6 Col IndiaC N INCO .03p 51.06 36.08 11 46.02 86 47.19 45.51 -.59 -7.3 Col IndiaInf N INXX .04e .3 16.79 12.11 10 14.64 89 15.12 14.50 -.31 -7.7 Col IndSC N SCIN .08e .4 25.98 16.87 2 21.37 30 22.03 21.13 -.39 -8.8 ColumbPT N CXP .80 3.8 12 23.31 20.01 937 21.00 4759 21.48 20.67 -.16 -8.5 ColSelTec N STK .58a 2.6 24.58 19.97 42 22.45 285 22.54 21.75 +.43 +.9 ColuSprtw Q COLM .88f 1.1 28 79.21 51.56 253 76.76 1067 77.99 74.01 +1.06 +6.8 Colmbus Q CMCO .16 .4 98 44.55 23.13 229 36.13 917 37.78 34.97 +.12 -9.6 Comcast s Q CMCSA .76f 2.1 17 44.00 34.78 28855 36.49 221619 39.74 35.75 -3.01 -8.5sComerica N CMA 1.20f 1.2 21 101.73 64.04 1822 98.29 9689 101.73 95.39 -.39 +13.2 ComfrtS N FIX .30 .7 26 44.80 31.90 172 40.90 1071 43.25 39.85 -.10 -6.3 CommScpe Q COMM 40 42.75 30.95 1845 39.49 10179 39.85 37.40 +.76 +4.4 ComndSec A MOC 3.43 2.41 8 3.23 23 3.24 2.95 +.13 +5.2sCmcBMO Q CBSH .94f 1.6 21 59.95 49.43 412 58.73 2604 59.95 57.14 +.06 +5.2 CmcBc pfB Q CBSHP 1.50 5.9 27.65 25.00 9 25.43 45 25.89 25.42 -.21 -3.5 ComHub A Q CHUBA 66 24.53 14.94 268 18.51 1319 20.63 16.43 -1.66 -15.8 ComHub C Q CHUBK 63 22.50 14.85 572 17.54 2203 19.89 15.85 -1.99 -14.8 CmclMtls N CMC .48 1.8 30 26.72 17.05 1699 25.97 8116 26.02 24.29 +.62 +21.8 CmclVehcl Q CVGI 56 13.90 5.35 367 10.59 1253 11.18 9.82 -.13 -.9 CommSys Q JCS .16 4.7 4.99 3.18 7 3.43 49 3.81 3.33 -.22 -3.7 CmtyBkSy N CBU 1.36 2.5 16 58.98 48.89 128 54.32 811 56.00 52.85 -.92 +1.1 CmtyBkTr Q ESXB 22 9.35 6.95 10 8.45 136 8.55 8.20 +.20 +3.7 CmtyFinCp Q TCFC .40 1.1 18 40.69 31.05 5 36.92 22 37.60 36.54 -.62 -3.6 CommuFt n Q CFBI 15.00 10.95 13 11.19 69 11.50 11.05 +.05 -3.5 CmtyHlt N CYH 10.51 3.85 4149 4.92 25071 6.28 4.20 -.88 +15.5 CmtyHlt rt Q CYHHZ .05 .01 579 .01 1272 .01 .01 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, March 3, 2018

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CmtyHcT n N CHCT 1.59f 6.6 90 30.64 22.20 208 24.27 945 24.31 23.43 +.09 -13.6 CmtyTrBc Q CTBI 1.32 3.0 16 51.90 40.33 90 44.30 364 45.65 43.05 -.85 -5.9 CmtyWest Q CWBC .16 1.4 17 12.97 9.55 3 11.25 25 11.65 11.10 +.05 +5.6 CommVlt Q CVLT 64.60 48.08 1023 50.80 3908 54.15 48.95 -2.75 -3.2 CBD-Pao N CBD .08e .4 25.90 16.93 530 21.15 3291 21.35 20.45 +.71 -10.3 CompDivHd N CODI 1.44 8.7 18.35 15.90 98 16.55 666 17.00 16.25 +.10 -2.4 ComDivH pf N CODIpA 1.81 7.6 25.75 23.16 4 23.81 84 23.93 23.40 +.27 -3.4tCompssMn N CMP 2.88 4.8 21 76.65 58.30 499 60.35 3403 63.31 56.50 -1.73 -16.5 Compugn Q CGEN 5.40 2.25 295 3.80 1919 4.15 3.40 +.40 +52.0 CmptrPr Q CPSI .40 1.3 48 36.15 25.95 68 29.70 457 30.70 29.25 -.80 -1.2sCmpTask Q CTG .24 3.0 8.36 4.90 122 8.03 745 8.36 7.56 +.57 +57.5 CmstkH rs Q CHCI 3.90 1.20 36 1.66 765 2.30 1.51 +.04 -2.4 ComstkM rs A LODE 1.34 .21 182 .31 983 .32 .30 -.00 -21.5 ComstkRs rs N CRK 10.72 4.01 791 7.55 5056 8.59 5.92 +.22 -10.8 Comtech Q CMTL .40 1.7 35 23.90 10.95 96 23.23 628 23.32 22.04 +.71 +5.0 ConAgra N CAG .85 2.3 20 41.65 32.16 2918 36.87 14301 36.91 35.89 +.59 -2.1 ConatusPh Q CNAT 9.40 3.88 2830 6.12 4109 6.26 5.08 +.97 +32.5 ConcertPh Q CNCE 30.71 9.06 659 22.59 2686 22.82 17.01 +.84 -12.7 ConchoRes N CXO 23 162.91 106.73 1286 150.57 6646 157.01 147.75 -2.24 +.2 ConcdMed N CCM .99e 26 4.87 2.46 4 2.63 11 2.66 2.59 +.02 -21.1 ConcrdInt g Q CXRX .30 45.5 1 2.35 .45 51 .66 318 .73 .62 -.04 +.5 CondHos rs A CDOR .78e 7.8 11.25 8.13 6 10.05 24 10.24 9.91 -.03 +1.0sConduent n N CNDT 19.07 14.95 2847 18.80 13666 19.07 18.25 +.07 +16.3 Conformis n Q CFMS 5.98 1.15 475 1.39 2591 1.45 1.25 -.03 -41.6 ConiferH n Q CNFR 8.20 5.00 8 5.75 23 5.75 5.05 +.60 -.9 Conmed Q CNMD .80 1.3 23 64.99 39.74 159 61.10 884 61.58 59.44 +.43 +19.9 Conns Q CONN 37.80 7.75 313 33.05 1495 33.80 31.27 -.05 -7.0 ConnectOne Q CNOB .30 1.0 22 29.75 21.04 78 29.60 750 29.75 28.65 +.25 +15.0tConnWtrSv Q CTWS 1.19 2.4 24 65.04 50.10 49 49.65 270 54.39 49.42 -3.67 -13.5 ConocoPhil N COP 1.14f 2.1 43 61.31 42.27 4504 54.06 27303 57.62 52.78 -2.99 -1.5 ConsolCom Q CNSL 1.55 13.1 24.80 10.83 1631 11.83 7146 12.80 11.38 -.06 -3.0tConEd N ED 2.86f 3.8 15 89.70 74.17 1692 74.35 11184 78.04 73.73 -3.28 -12.5 CnsTom A CTO .20f .3 8 67.58 49.73 4 63.29 49 64.31 61.15 +.69 -.3 ConsolWtr Q CWCO .34f 2.7 34 13.95 10.10 17 12.70 136 13.25 12.55 -.25 +1.5 ConstAlph n Q CNAC 9.90 9.55 9.82 823 9.83 9.78 +.03 +.7 ConstAlp un Q CNACU 10.50 8.22 1 10.30 14 10.30 10.10 +.01 +1.1 ConstAl rt Q CNACR .48 .25 6 .31 15 .40 .30 -.07 ConstellA N STZ 2.08 .9 24 229.50 155.11 1625 219.84 8202 220.04 213.58 +2.38 -3.8 Constellm N CSTM 14.10 5.35 1763 11.75 10280 13.18 11.35 -1.30 +5.4 ConsuPtf Q CPSS 5 5.69 3.66 69 3.67 248 4.07 3.66 -.28 -11.6 CnE pfB N CMSpB 4.50 4.3 105.95 101.10 2 103.76 66 104.20 103.25 +1.01 -.2 ContainStr N TCS 8 6.37 3.53 109 4.87 977 5.12 4.68 +.04 +2.7 Contango A MCF 8.19 2.22 442 3.24 1261 3.40 2.87 -31.2 ContlBldg N CBPX 19 31.00 21.00 160 27.05 1311 28.35 26.40 -.40 -3.9 ContMatls A CUO 23 28.65 16.80 19.40 3 19.50 19.20 +.30 +2.1 ContlRescs N CLR 95 58.89 29.08 2479 49.50 14158 50.97 47.39 -.75 -6.6 ContraFect Q CFRX 2.50 .80 77 1.75 619 1.84 1.61 +.10 +73.3 ContraVir Q CTRV 1.96 .23 718 .25 5149 .28 .24 -.02 -30.6 Control4 Q CTRL 40 35.99 14.39 579 24.11 3333 25.05 22.89 -.50 -19.0 ConvrgOn n Q CVON 10.83 8.01 337 8.90 481 9.01 8.15 +.60 -10.8 Cnvrgys N CVG .40 1.7 16 26.66 20.15 541 23.18 4373 23.71 22.52 -.59 -1.4 CooperCo N COO .06 26 256.39 191.64 428 234.38 1741 234.90 224.70 +3.84 +7.6tCooperTire N CTB .42 1.3 18 44.50 30.68 1114 32.45 4303 33.60 30.55 -.29 -8.2 CooperStd N CPS 13 135.00 95.33 100 115.98 734 125.73 113.64 -6.21 -5.3 CopaHold N CPA 3.48f 2.6 16 141.34 104.59 161 134.31 1229 141.00 131.59 -4.38 +.2sCopart s Q CPRT 32 50.71 28.89 1361 46.16 10687 50.71 45.45 -.61 +6.9 Copel N ELP .26e 3.3 11.43 6.70 555 7.87 2469 8.24 7.66 -.04 +3.1 CorbusPhm Q CRBP 10.50 5.30 1218 7.10 3002 7.85 6.85 -.60 Corcept Q CORT 16 25.96 8.84 1721 14.96 9415 16.38 14.30 -1.52 -17.2 CoreLabs N CLB 2.20 2.1 58 121.39 86.55 325 105.00 2969 115.44 100.84 -4.53 -4.2 CoreMold A CMT .05 12 24.50 15.30 7 19.00 84 19.49 18.11 +.12 -12.4 CoreMrk s Q CORE .40 1.9 23 38.37 19.53 304 20.59 1709 21.73 19.60 -.26 -34.8 Corecivic N CXW 1.72f 8.1 12 35.10 19.59 662 21.31 4722 22.12 20.70 -.80 -5.3 CoreLogic N CLGX 21 49.30 38.49 383 45.82 2425 47.00 45.11 +.04 -.8 CorEn pfA N CORRpA 1.84 7.4 26.93 24.60 11 24.91 38 25.29 24.90 -.38 -3.2 CorEnInf rs N CORR 3.00 8.2 15 39.42 31.45 102 36.65 475 37.99 35.86 +.22 -4.1 CoreSite N COR 3.92f 4.2 34 120.85 85.73 301 92.50 1764 96.44 90.91 -3.33 -18.8 Corindus n A CVRS 2.25 .66 323 1.05 1677 1.07 .99 +.03 +4.0 Corium Q CORI 13.93 3.44 640 12.05 3788 13.60 11.05 -1.19 +25.4 CorMedix A CRMD 2.25 .27 2599 .30 14788 .35 .27 -.02 -40.0 CorOnDem Q CSOD 43.20 33.24 650 42.80 2094 42.91 39.93 +1.48 +21.1 CrnstTotR A CRF 3.35 21.9 16.98 13.62 250 15.31 964 15.59 15.05 -.04 +.2 CrnrstnStr A CLM 3.40 22.1 17.21 13.10 429 15.36 1794 15.65 15.14 -.05 -.7 Corning N GLW .72f 2.5 18 35.10 26.32 6478 28.80 41412 30.01 28.10 -.32 -10.0 CpBT JCP N JBN 1.75 13.2 17.13 9.92 14 13.26 85 14.28 13.01 -.07 +5.5 CorpCapT n N CCT .40p 19.00 14.43 522 15.82 2802 15.97 15.40 +.42 -1.0tCorpOffP N OFC 1.10 4.3 13 36.03 24.78 943 25.31 4448 26.12 24.77 -.72 -13.3 Cort1Aon27 N KTN 2.05 6.7 35.11 30.51 1 30.80 14 31.45 30.60 -.82 -5.9 CortsJCP97 N KTP 1.91 12.8 18.95 11.06 41 14.91 130 16.15 14.91 +.01 +4.5 CortsJCP N JBR 1.75 13.2 17.05 9.82 11 13.22 63 14.60 12.69 -.08 +5.8 CortsPE N KTH 2.00 6.5 34.27 30.26 0 30.65 4 30.94 30.50 +.19 -5.2 Corvel Q CRVL 26 61.20 39.60 23 48.45 143 50.05 46.45 +.40 -8.4 CorvusPh n Q CRVS 22.14 7.42 99 8.95 516 9.07 7.74 +.78 -13.6 Cosan Ltd N CZZ .26e 2.3 11.89 5.63 1237 11.55 8613 11.84 11.04 +.24 +19.1 Costamre N CMRE .40 6.6 8.18 5.45 832 6.05 3944 6.44 5.79 -.20 +4.9 Costam pfB N CMREpB 1.91 8.0 27.43 20.76 3 23.82 16 24.53 23.09 -.81 -4.8 Costmr pfC N CMREpC 2.13 8.7 26.24 22.10 4 24.38 30 24.82 24.33 -.31 -4.2 Costam pfD N CMREpD 2.19 8.7 26.89 22.60 10 25.22 76 25.26 25.04 +.02 -2.4 Costco Q COST 2.00 1.1 30 199.88 150.00 2218 189.33 11303 195.52 187.22 -.48 +1.7 Cotiviti n N COTV 45.97 30.84 1049 33.68 4636 34.46 32.96 -.01 +4.6 Cott Cp N COT .24 1.5 17.78 10.75 1735 15.79 8036 15.83 14.48 +1.02 -5.2 Coty N COTY .50 2.6 21.68 14.24 4949 19.45 21510 20.86 18.87 -1.18 -2.2 CountrP rs Q CPAH 7.30 1.75 26 3.65 128 3.99 3.53 -.25 +13.7 Cntwd pfB N CFCpB 1.75 6.7 26.77 25.42 47 25.95 297 26.12 25.92 -.01 -1.8 CountyBcp Q ICBK .28f 1.0 17 35.89 22.73 21 28.65 66 29.00 26.61 +1.19 -3.7sCoupaSft n Q COUP 45.30 22.50 504 45.56 4117 45.74 42.56 +2.55 +45.9 CousPrp N CUZ .24 2.9 13 9.63 7.81 3387 8.39 16364 8.64 8.24 -.20 -9.3 CovantaH N CVA 1.00 6.7 17.30 13.00 1323 14.95 7279 15.50 14.45 +.50 -11.5 Covenant Q CVTI 41 30.61 15.86 341 26.96 1004 27.63 25.66 +.64 -6.2 CowenInc s Q COWN 39 18.25 11.63 184 14.25 1458 14.75 13.95 -.15 +4.4 Cowen27 n Q COWNZ 1.84 7.3 26.24 24.76 10 25.37 122 25.65 25.09 +.18 -1.3 CrackerB Q CBRL 4.80 3.0 19 179.12 141.75 187 158.38 1248 162.78 153.56 -2.97 -.3 CraftBrew Q BREW 20.10 12.00 71 18.10 357 18.70 17.65 -.20 -5.7 Crane N CR 1.40f 1.5 32 102.65 70.56 234 91.86 1270 95.34 89.24 -2.02 +3.0 CrwfdA N CRD/A .28 3.3 60 9.95 6.78 20 8.42 104 8.60 8.07 -.09 -.9 CrwfdB N CRD/B .20 2.2 66 12.40 8.22 17 9.29 81 9.67 8.75 -.25 -3.4 Cray Inc Q CRAY 58 26.65 16.50 294 21.50 1737 23.25 20.96 -.35 -11.2 Credicp N BAP 8.57e 3.9 237.99 150.71 453 217.43 2412 218.60 212.87 -.52 +4.8 CreditAcc Q CACC 16 377.82 182.50 122 324.54 557 325.33 313.11 +6.67 +.3 CS EnEur50 N FIEU 153.69 97.80 1 126.40 3 136.31 125.86 -8.60 -7.9 CSVixMd rs Q TVIZ 27.20 7.93 7 12.13 90 13.15 10.33 +1.31 +35.2 CSVixSh rs Q TVIX 49.00 4.66 67186 9.05 232237 11.18 6.80 +1.69 +63.4 CSVixST rs Q VIIX 31.30 10.84 186 19.17 1150 21.34 16.34 +2.09 +62.7 CS FILgCG N FLGE 264.50 154.83 9 239.85 90 256.17 233.00 -9.47 +5.2 CSSilvCC Q SLVO .59e 7.7 9.33 7.28 5 7.68 63 7.74 7.56 -.00 -2.8 CSVS3xInSlv Q DSLV 34.67 19.64 220 25.20 1050 26.90 24.68 +.01 +6.8 CSVS3xInG Q DGLD 57.13 38.12 52 41.78 510 43.70 40.64 +.64 -4.2 CS VS3xGld Q UGLD 12.72 9.19 822 11.41 4168 11.76 10.91 -.22 +2.4 CSVSVixMT Q VIIZ 10.32 5.70 6 7.31 17 7.62 6.73 +.44 +20.6 CSVIVxMT Q ZIV 94.42 54.07 218 66.80 1009 73.23 63.78 -4.78 -24.6 CrSuisInco A CIK .26 8.2 3.50 3.19 127 3.23 630 3.26 3.21 -2.4 CS MthlMtg N REML 33.50 22.00 9 23.79 110 25.69 23.25 -.89 -22.3 CS VSSilv Q USLV 17.40 9.03 1960 10.34 10920 10.60 9.66 -.03 -10.9 CredSuiss N CS 1.22e 6.8 19.98 13.28 2926 17.94 12407 18.88 17.64 -.78 +.5 CrSuiHiY A DHY .29 10.7 2.91 2.51 354 2.68 1303 2.72 2.66 -.03 -5.6 Cree Inc Q CREE 40.24 20.50 1047 37.21 6216 38.69 35.87 -.13 +.2tCrescPtE g N CPG .28 4.2 37 11.45 6.42 1899 6.61 9994 7.83 6.40 -.89 -13.3 CrestEq rs N CEQP 2.40 8.8 29.25 20.00 179 27.15 813 27.55 26.26 -.15 +5.2 Cresud Q CRESY .45e 2.1 23.69 17.31 91 21.75 813 22.69 21.20 -.50 -1.5 Criteo SA Q CRTO 26 56.00 21.00 373 29.85 3675 30.87 29.00 -.14 +14.7sCrocs Q CROX 14.95 5.93 1723 13.63 10852 14.95 12.02 -.10 +7.8stCronosGp n Q CRON 10.05 7.17 3306 9.40 27815 10.05 7.17 +23.4 CrossAmer N CAPL 2.51 10.9 44 29.80 21.31 66 23.02 506 24.50 22.46 -.91 -3.1tCrssCtryHl Q CCRN 25 16.14 9.07 632 10.91 1981 13.39 9.07 -2.02 -14.5 CrosTim N CRT .97e 6.5 15 16.60 14.09 16 14.90 86 15.50 14.75 -.34 +1.5 CrwnCstle N CCI 4.20f 4.0 114.97 88.71 3843 104.56 18596 112.13 103.65 -5.88 -5.8 CrwnCst pfA N CCIpA 1.72 .2 1160.00 1028.17 4 1071.48 47 1124.97 1068.48 -34.33 -5.4 CrownCfts Q CRWS .32 5.0 13 8.70 5.40 4 6.45 29 6.60 6.35 tCrownHold N CCK 19 62.27 49.17 820 49.63 5995 51.39 48.86 -1.24 -11.8 Cryolife N CRY .12 .6 45 24.00 14.03 73 18.75 634 19.20 18.60 -.05 -2.1 CryoPort rs Q CYRX 10.40 1.96 153 9.18 703 9.22 8.21 +1.01 +6.9 CrystalRk A CRVP 1.24 .69 26 .97 113 .97 .96 +16.6 Ctrip.com s Q CTRP 60 60.65 42.65 3170 45.63 17201 47.31 43.90 -1.82 +3.5 CubeSmart N CUBE 1.20 4.4 22 29.79 22.83 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EOG .67 .7 119.00 81.99 4035 101.45 27183 110.16 99.40 -7.38 -6.0tEP Energy N EPE 5.27 1.50 1268 1.65 4982 1.79 1.50 -.06 -30.1 EPAM Sys N EPAM 119.18 71.58 285 115.97 1442 117.93 111.05 -.69 +7.9tEPR Prop N EPR 3.84 7.1 14 76.90 51.87 1066 54.22 6387 59.34 51.87 -3.50 -17.2tEPR pfC N EPRpC 1.44 6.0 29.95 23.38 4 23.85 117 25.52 23.38 -1.02 -11.4 EPR pfE N EPRpE 2.25 6.4 37.59 34.11 2 35.00 32 36.24 34.50 -.18 -5.0tEPR Pr pfG N EPRpG 1.44 6.3 25.23 22.40 52 22.70 155 23.27 22.40 -.27 -9.3 EQT Corp N EQT .12 .2 67.84 43.70 4071 50.32 20265 52.91 48.80 -1.76 -11.6tEQT GP n N EQGP .81e 3.5 12 31.77 23.26 317 23.40 1095 24.83 23.15 -1.31 -13.0 EQT Mid N EQM 4.10f 6.5 12 79.93 60.59 582 62.84 3287 63.45 60.65 +.85 -14.0 ESSA Bcp Q ESSA .36 2.5 22 16.80 14.01 46 14.56 85 15.60 14.16 -.91 -7.1 ETF SITRis N RISE 24.70 22.59 8 24.50 64 24.69 24.41 -.08 +3.1 ETF JrSil N SILJ 14.02 9.79 50 10.61 196 10.93 10.23 -.11 -6.5sETF Cyber N HACK 34.86 28.27 427 34.79 1724 34.86 33.60 +.56 +10.0 ETF MobP 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10 26.43 10 27.48 26.43 -.65 -6.9 ETF RvCp n N RVRS 16.76 14.84 22 15.61 120 16.09 15.38 -.28 -1.8 ETF BrVl n N BVAL 16.70 14.46 1 15.47 4 15.97 15.47 -.21 -2.6 ETFDeepV N DVP .53e 1.5 36.90 26.28 6 34.37 58 35.68 33.75 -.42 +4.8 GlGoGld n N GOAU 14.13 11.39 6 12.47 31 12.69 12.01 +.16 -4.2 ETF OCIO n N OCIO 27.81 25.44 0 26.34 4 27.17 26.34 -.54 -1.6 ETF Seren N ICAN 28.54 25.35 1 27.13 5 28.04 26.74 -.24 PremisCap N TCTL 31.57 26.60 13 29.66 40 30.57 29.50 -.35 -1.1 AptBehMo N BEMO 33.42 25.71 24 32.05 97 32.57 31.25 -.10 +5.7sEtfLonCanc Q CNCR 29.75 21.09 44 29.79 208 29.82 28.04 +.44 +25.3 EtfAlpSmC Q SMCP 27.10 23.22 1 24.90 6 25.56 24.71 -.65 -4.6 EtfUSGblJ N JETS 34.75 26.97 31 32.12 143 33.24 31.56 -.19 -1.4 EtfDiaHVal N DHVW .11p 33.86 30.05 4 31.83 30 32.91 31.32 -.59 -4.7 EtfValidea Q VALX 30.40 26.00 6 28.87 9 29.68 28.54 -.42 -.4tEtfInfcMLP N AMZA 2.08 26.6 11.36 7.57 1670 7.82 9476 8.00 7.47 -.12 -9.2 ETF BioPr n N BBP 45.18 37.33 5 41.77 19 42.69 40.00 -.45 +3.0sETF ClinT n N BBC 34.36 25.88 22 34.13 1047 34.36 32.15 +.38 +20.0 InfrCpPfd N PFFR 25.13 23.61 1 24.50 8 24.51 24.24 +.35 -2.2 EtfNwfMSec N NFLT .08e 25.95 24.78 11 24.85 87 24.95 24.82 +.03 -1.5 Etf VirtEM N EMEM 28.57 24.58 0 26.82 4 27.67 26.81 -.72 +2.4 IsectPsGr ef Q PMPT 28.26 24.01 4 25.97 5 26.90 25.56 -.60 -4.6tETF Virt n N CUMB 26.08 24.91 2 24.94 10 25.07 24.91 -.04 -2.1 ETF PrMtl N GLTR 68.06 59.21 17 64.78 115 65.74 63.93 -.64 -.4 ETFS Com N BCI 25.79 18.58 18 24.55 185 24.82 24.36 -.14 +.3 ETFS Comd N BCD 27.00 23.25 0 26.33 2 26.60 26.11 -.06 +2.3 ETFSGold N SGOL 132.10 116.31 26 128.03 176 129.10 126.13 -.61 +1.5 ETF Pall N PALL 107.47 71.08 18 94.69 181 101.30 93.20 -5.03 -6.8 ETF Plat N PPLT 97.94 83.35 26 92.00 151 95.20 90.95 -2.82 +4.0 EV Engy Q EVEP 1.76 .37 451 .60 1091 .68 .55 -.03 +17.8 EXFO g Q EXFO 6.15 3.73 105 4.25 148 4.65 4.25 -.25 -2.3 EagleBncp Q EGBN 19 69.80 46.20 82 62.50 656 64.90 60.35 -.20 +7.9 EagBcMT Q EBMT .36 1.8 16 21.95 17.35 1 20.00 13 20.30 19.70 +.20 -4.5 EagleBkS rs Q EGLE 5.92 4.18 227 4.96 1021 5.05 4.81 +.10 +10.7 EagleCGr A GRF .50e 2.3 8.59 6.95 4 7.66 20 7.92 7.56 -.24 -3.5 EaglFnB n Q EFBI .22p 19.57 14.50 0 16.00 6 16.00 15.77 -.33 -1.1tEagleGrInc N EGIF 1.31 8.5 17.58 15.22 40 15.32 106 15.87 15.03 -.48 -7.7 EagleMat N EXP .40 .4 24 122.49 86.51 398 101.35 2131 105.84 99.12 -3.02 -10.5 EaglePhm Q EGRX 16 97.15 45.05 286 53.63 2920 65.00 53.22 -13.23 +.4 EaglePtCr N ECC .80 4.4 22.11 17.28 110 18.01 727 18.62 17.84 -.49 -4.3 EagleP pfA N ECCA 1.94 7.6 26.44 25.30 1 25.58 5 25.60 25.45 +.14 -1.0 EaglePt 20 N ECCZ 1.75 6.8 26.44 24.70 8 25.56 11 25.60 25.40 +.17 +1.6 EaglPt pfB N ECCB 1.94 7.5 26.60 25.50 4 25.77 11 26.00 25.75 -.43 -2.0 EagleP27 n N ECCY 26.50 24.80 25.33 7 25.40 25.11 -.05 -.3 Earthstone N ESTE 15.00 7.85 63 9.49 396 10.09 9.02 -.42 -10.7 EstWstBcp Q EWBC .80 1.2 21 69.25 48.07 933 67.49 4324 67.91 65.23 +1.22 +10.9 EastrAcq n Q EACQ 10.30 9.25 12 10.20 866 10.20 10.15 +1.0tEastGvP n N DEA 1.04 5.3 29 22.32 19.03 443 19.53 2680 19.80 19.03 -.07 -8.5 EasternCo Q EML .44 1.7 36 31.50 18.85 13 26.35 112 27.55 25.15 +.46 +.8 Eastgrp N EGP 2.56 3.2 25 95.03 69.90 209 80.64 1022 82.28 80.03 -1.43 -8.8sEastChem N EMN 2.24 2.2 14 104.46 76.02 905 100.75 6098 104.46 98.54 -2.69 +8.8 EKodak N KODK 9 14.65 2.95 1190 5.25 4975 6.30 4.80 -1.00 +69.4 EastsDist n Q EAST 6.73 3.35 34 6.20 229 6.49 4.95 +1.23 +53.9 Eaton N ETN 2.64f 3.3 18 89.85 69.82 3251 79.70 14678 83.10 78.39 -2.52 +.9 EatVn 22 n N EFL 10.09 9.08 56 9.32 464 9.38 9.14 +.13 +.9 EatV HiIn21 N EHT .60 6.1 10.52 9.34 11 9.87 233 9.99 9.74 +.12 -1.3tEV CAMu A EVM .68 6.5 12.89 10.48 72 10.46 461 10.67 10.46 -.16 -9.1tEVCAMu2 A EIA .62 5.7 13.00 10.75 6 10.80 82 10.88 10.75 -.03 -6.1 EVCAMu A CEV .71 6.1 13.01 11.40 23 11.51 117 11.57 11.48 -.03 -5.3 EatnVan N EV 1.24f 2.3 21 60.95 42.20 845 53.96 4426 57.89 52.02 -1.49 -4.3 EV EnEq N EOI 1.04 7.3 15.15 12.83 125 14.12 825 14.68 13.96 -.36 -2.7 EV EEq2 N EOS 1.05 6.6 16.46 13.29 100 15.85 664 16.33 15.64 -.19 +4.1 EV FltRt N EFT .91 6.2 15.34 14.03 89 14.64 546 14.75 14.55 +.05 +2.2 EVFltRtIP N EFF 1.13 6.9 17.55 15.93 22 16.32 97 16.43 16.24 -.02 +.1 EV LtdDur A EVV 1.22 9.3 14.29 12.96 209 13.12 1209 13.20 13.06 -.04 -3.9 EV MAMu A MAB .65 5.1 16.00 12.60 12.70 12 12.74 12.69 -.02 -3.9 EVMAMu A MMV .69 5.5 14.21 12.47 6 12.48 27 12.58 12.47 -.02 -4.8 EV MIMu A MIW .71 5.5 14.39 12.69 0 12.92 6 12.99 12.83 +.01 -4.0 EVMuniBd A EIM .77 6.5 12.99 11.70 134 11.79 833 11.88 11.77 -.05 -5.8 EVMuni2 A EIV .70 5.9 12.95 11.62 37 11.76 176 11.85 11.67 +.03 -4.5 EVMunTT N ETX .85 4.4 21.20 18.69 31 19.20 151 19.23 18.98 +.20 -7.3 EV MuIT N EVN .85 7.3 13.18 11.49 36 11.66 160 11.73 11.64 -.04 -6.0 EV NMuOp N EOT 1.03 4.9 23.54 20.77 18 20.97 94 21.11 20.88 +.05 -6.9tEV NJMu A EMJ .75 6.4 13.52 11.69 8 11.73 73 11.88 11.69 -.09 -5.6 EVNJMu A EVJ .73 6.5 12.95 11.14 21 11.20 128 11.40 11.15 -.04 -4.6 EVNYMu2 A NYH .69 6.3 13.64 10.83 3 10.95 21 11.06 10.93 -5.3 EV NYMu A ENX .72 6.3 13.34 11.35 42 11.35 178 11.48 11.35 -.03 -7.9 EVNYMu A EVY .74 6.0 13.56 12.21 2 12.28 38 12.39 12.26 -3.4 EV OHMu A EIO .70 5.9 14.70 11.78 0 11.88 12 11.88 11.81 +.03 -6.5 EVOHMu A EVO .73 5.9 14.11 12.10 12.48 46 12.55 12.29 -.06 -4.2tEV PAMu A EIP .77 6.5 13.51 12.00 10 11.98 24 12.05 11.97 -.07 -3.7 EVPAMu A EVP .73 6.0 12.66 11.78 12.10 6 12.16 12.06 -.03 -.8 EVRiskMgd N ETJ 1.12 12.3 9.92 8.74 169 9.10 1221 9.35 9.01 -.12 -5.5 EV SrFlt N EFR .95 6.5 15.58 14.01 153 14.58 593 14.59 14.41 +.13 +1.0 EV SrInc N EVF .42 6.4 6.97 6.31 184 6.56 643 6.56 6.47 +.07 +.6 EVShDur N EVG 1.08 7.9 14.64 13.32 42 13.59 206 13.82 13.48 -.06 -5.3 EVTxABdO N EXD 1.16 12.0 11.98 9.17 12 9.65 139 9.79 9.55 -.14 -5.9 EV TxAd N EVT 1.74 7.8 24.43 20.96 98 22.17 757 22.85 21.90 -.26 -4.7 EV TxAG N ETG 1.23 7.3 18.45 15.23 150 16.74 705 17.36 16.50 -.35 -3.4 EV TxAOp N ETO 2.16 8.8 26.83 22.34 42 24.54 250 25.28 24.08 -.38 -3.4 EV TxDiver N ETY 1.01 8.6 12.57 10.17 297 11.71 1961 12.00 11.49 -.19 -3.9 EVTxMGlo N EXG .98 10.8 9.84 8.02 727 9.04 4387 9.29 8.87 -.12 -3.6 EVTxBWIn N ETB 1.30 8.1 17.27 15.28 43 16.02 290 16.48 15.90 -.25 -4.2 EVTxGBW N ETW 1.17 10.0 12.74 10.59 299 11.68 1456 11.92 11.50 -.20 -2.0 EVTxBWOp N ETV 1.33 8.7 15.69 14.19 181 15.19 924 15.51 15.01 -.16 -1.2 Ebix Inc s Q EBIX .30 .4 27 87.50 52.40 640 83.05 1631 87.00 77.75 -3.77 +4.8 Echelon rs Q ELON 7.20 4.26 6 4.71 31 4.79 4.66 -.03 -15.0 EchoGLog Q ECHO 32.95 13.00 437 26.40 2367 28.25 25.85 -.55 -5.7 EchoStar Q SATS 14 62.50 51.54 117 57.03 1045 60.43 55.53 -2.69 -4.8tEclipseRs N ECR 25 3.10 1.60 980 1.73 5040 1.89 1.55 +.03 -27.9 Eco-StimE Q ESES 1.97 .85 15 1.32 70 1.34 1.26 +.02 +4.8 Ecolab N ECL 1.64 1.3 27 140.50 122.58 1205 127.86 5955 132.42 127.23 -2.98 -4.7 EcologyEn Q EEI .40 3.6 13.06 9.75 4 11.25 17 11.55 11.05 -.10 +7.1 Ecopetrol N EC .16e .9 20.55 8.44 1060 17.47 7907 19.12 16.83 -.96 +19.4 Edenor N EDN 63.29 28.88 61 54.50 275 58.63 53.93 -3.72 +9.7sEdgeTher n Q EDGE 16.20 7.30 144 15.27 1473 16.20 14.28 -.45 +63.0 Edgewater Q EDGW 7.98 5.58 1 6.48 11 6.62 6.18 -.05 +3.8 Edgewell N EPC 13 78.04 46.83 656 51.97 2716 52.15 49.06 +.22 -12.5 EdisonInt N EIX 2.42f 4.1 14 83.38 57.63 3113 59.59 17270 62.62 59.04 -2.58 -5.8 EditasM n Q EDIT 41.60 13.12 1797 37.96 7721 38.50 34.00 +2.07 +23.5 EducRltTr N EDR 1.56 5.0 23 41.79 30.07 294 31.23 3154 32.16 30.91 -.69 -10.6 EducDevel Q EDUC .36 1.9 33 22.95 6.25 23 19.35 80 19.95 18.10 +.40 +2.1 EdwLfSci s N EW 42 138.48 89.20 1105 134.56 6148 137.84 130.89 -1.08 +19.4 eGain Q EGAN 8.00 1.30 249 7.80 960 7.99 6.95 +48.6 EgaletCp Q EGLT 5.60 .67 934 .72 2525 .80 .71 -28.0 eHiCarSvc N EHIC 12.50 8.89 45 11.62 432 12.00 11.19 -.20 +.4 EigerBio rs Q EIGR 16.20 6.10 27 9.30 254 9.35 8.40 +.85 -33.3s8x8 Inc N EGHT 19.13 10.30 750 19.10 3355 19.15 17.85 +.55 +35.5 8Point3E n Q CAFD 1.12f 9.2 13 15.92 11.51 96 12.16 921 12.30 12.05 +.11 -20.1 EksoBio n Q EKSO 4.77 .99 229 1.54 1055 1.63 1.46 -.06 -27.7 ElPasoEl N EE 1.34 2.8 21 61.15 47.35 195 48.60 1259 51.35 48.05 -1.95 -12.2 ElPasE pf N EPpC 2.38 4.9 51.33 45.41 1 48.09 4 48.10 47.50 +.12 -1.3 ElPolLoc h Q LOCO 43 14.85 9.05 483 9.50 2563 10.10 9.45 -.05 -4.0 ElbitIm rs Q EMITF 3.65 2.12 1 2.80 46 2.88 2.76 +.02 -1.4 ElbitSys Q ESLT 1.76 1.2 23 153.13 110.12 21 142.69 145 145.35 140.50 -3.19 +7.1tEldorGld g N EGO .02e 22 3.78 1.05 10584 1.10 39163 1.13 1.05 +.02 -23.1 EldorRsts Q ERI 44 35.30 15.90 518 34.25 3642 34.75 33.15 +.70 +3.3 ElectSci Q ESIO 30 27.72 6.17 859 18.14 4347 18.33 17.15 +.39 -15.4 ElectroSen Q ELSE 12 5.24 2.96 0 4.00 19 4.15 3.92 +.12 -1.2 Electrmed A ELMD 22 7.96 4.12 5 5.78 21 5.94 5.72 -.02 -4.8 ElectArts Q EA 28 131.01 86.09 2912 125.09 17312 128.80 120.58 -2.01 +19.1 EFII lf Q EFII 51.15 25.28 457 27.80 2369 29.19 26.77 -.79 -5.9 ElevCr n N ELVT 9.48 5.90 48 7.23 345 7.49 6.89 -.14 -4.0 ElevenBio Q EBIO 2.54 .62 389 .95 2482 .99 .90 +.01 +17.1 EliLilly N LLY 2.25f 2.9 25 89.09 73.69 3217 77.23 28460 80.47 75.53 -1.52 -8.6 Elk HiQPfd N EPRF 25.00 22.14 1 23.30 11 23.60 23.18 +.19 -1.9 Elkh LoVl n N LVHB 34.44 29.47 35 32.35 89 33.28 31.42 -.38 -.1 ElkFdCm ef A RCOM 30.34 22.87 3 28.05 6 29.90 27.75 -.68 -.1 EllieMae N ELLI 64 114.95 79.71 623 92.51 1987 94.10 86.30 +.09 +3.5tEllingtnF N EFC 1.76 12.4 10 17.00 14.12 39 14.23 578 15.11 14.12 -.34 -1.9 EllingtRM N EARN 1.48m 13.9 8 15.74 10.23 70 10.67 491 11.24 10.59 -.29 -11.4 EllswthFd A ECF .80e 8.9 9.88 8.39 27 9.00 170 9.22 8.91 -.11 -4.4 Ellswt pfA A ECFpA 1.31 5.3 26.20 23.57 14 24.68 19 24.70 24.10 +.69 -1.8 ElmiraSB Q ESBK .92 4.5 17 21.75 18.90 13 20.35 35 20.35 20.15 +.10 -.5 EltekLtd rs Q ELTK 8.95 2.65 90 3.85 268 4.10 3.46 +.15 -5.6 eMagin A EMAN 3.00 1.23 52 1.55 382 1.60 1.50 -.05 -6.1 EAndinA N AKO/A .68e 2.6 28.25 20.34 26.01 4 27.13 25.75 -.29 -1.9 EAndinB N AKO/B .74e 2.5 31.07 22.55 13 29.42 186 30.57 28.62 -.13 +.5sEmbraer N ERJ .13e .5 28.55 17.58 1056 26.37 4653 28.55 25.94 -1.46 +10.2 Emcore Q EMKR 1.50e 22 12.20 4.90 490 5.15 1366 5.50 4.95 -.25 -20.2 EmerExp n N EEX .28 1.3 24.56 19.25 78 21.62 361 22.43 20.99 -.58 +6.3 EmergeES N EMES 2.68m 17.21 5.65 485 7.13 3659 7.91 6.75 -.26 -.8 EmergBio N EBS 28 51.25 27.94 360 49.67 2548 50.99 48.15 +1.50 +6.9 EmersonEl N EMR 1.94 2.8 27 74.45 56.77 3894 69.36 20894 74.43 68.44 -2.83 -.5 EmerR hs A MSN 1.89 1.07 23 1.50 126 1.51 1.41 +.08 +2.7sEmmisC rs Q EMMS 1 4.23 2.14 37 4.24 128 4.25 3.94 +.34 +20.5 EmpirRst rs Q NYNY 30.98 20.45 2 23.10 28 25.55 22.25 -.30 -14.4 EmpOPES N ESBA .34 2.0 21.74 15.17 32 16.75 199 17.27 16.50 -.76 -19.0tEmpOP60 N OGCP .34 2.0 21.50 16.55 0 16.63 52 16.84 16.55 -.72 -18.4tEmpOP250 N FISK .34 2.0 21.44 16.64 0 16.63 9 17.12 16.63 -1.12 -18.5tEmpStRTr N ESRT .34 2.0 43 21.72 16.65 816 16.80 8689 17.49 16.60 -.72 -18.2 EmployH N EIG .80f 2.1 14 50.45 35.90 129 39.00 840 42.04 38.35 -1.50 -12.2 EElChile N EOCC 1.07e 3.8 29.41 20.30 117 28.07 649 29.09 27.62 -.67 +4.3tEnLinkLP N ENLK 1.56 10.5 19.59 14.36 1003 14.80 4928 15.58 14.21 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24 84.74 61.33 167 69.30 1159 74.32 66.36 -3.84 -.5tEngility N EGL 35.63 24.03 649 22.29 1487 27.92 21.19 -4.36 -21.4tEnLinkLLC N ENLC 1.04f 6.8 13 20.45 14.55 485 15.30 2562 15.52 14.55 -.10 -13.1 Ennis Inc N EBF .80 4.0 15 21.50 15.20 59 19.90 322 20.60 19.40 -.40 -4.1 EnovaIntl N ENVA 17 23.25 11.15 410 21.95 2035 23.22 21.05 -.60 +44.4sEnphase Q ENPH 3.49 .65 2682 3.43 14322 3.49 2.40 +.96 +42.3 EnPro N NPO .88 1.2 41 94.79 62.19 214 73.02 814 77.17 70.48 -2.98 -21.9 ENSCO N ESV .04 .9 9.86 4.10 25443 4.42 92040 5.42 4.10 -.81 -25.2 Enservco A ENSV 1.20 .21 44 .81 316 .90 .79 -.04 +25.8sEnsignGp s Q ENSG .18f .7 32 28.17 16.50 466 26.84 1575 28.17 26.18 -.03 +20.9 EnstarGp Q ESGR 12 237.30 180.50 33 204.25 170 214.55 193.23 +8.00 +1.7 EnSync A ESNC .80 .31 186 .37 862 .39 .34 -.01 -6.8 EntegraFn Q ENFC 32 30.70 22.00 4 28.35 56 28.40 27.75 +.20 -3.1 Entegris Q ENTG .28 .8 34 35.35 20.85 713 33.65 3479 34.45 32.30 -.10 +10.5 Entercom N ETM .36f 3.6 13 15.25 9.40 1933 10.05 10994 10.80 9.73 -6.9 EntArk66 n N EAI 1.22 5.0 25.29 21.89 18 24.30 125 24.75 24.28 -.06 -3.3 EntArk 63 N EAE 1.19 5.0 25.60 22.40 10 24.04 46 24.40 23.99 -.10 -3.6 EntArk 52 N EAB 1.23 5.0 25.45 23.26 9 24.31 82 24.64 24.07 +.07 -3.6 Entergy N ETR 3.56f 4.7 34 87.85 71.95 1660 76.54 8536 78.36 75.57 -1.20 -6.0 EntLA 66 N ELC 1.22 5.0 25.17 21.82 14 24.30 111 24.67 24.29 -2.1 EntgyLA52 N ELJ 1.31 5.2 25.75 23.76 4 25.03 27 25.12 25.00 +.03 -.3 EntLA 63 N ELU 1.18 5.0 25.72 21.69 9 23.71 54 24.24 23.53 -.02 -4.5 EntMS FtM N EMP 25.49 22.09 8 24.65 54 24.70 24.37 +.15 -2.0 EntgyNO n N ENO 26.99 24.25 6 25.62 46 25.90 25.25 +.37 EntgyNO 52 N ENJ 1.25 5.1 25.90 23.17 1 24.70 9 24.78 24.30 +.48 -1.1 EntgyTx64 N EZT 1.41 5.4 27.67 25.02 3 26.09 8 26.12 25.60 +.49 -1.6 EntBcpMA Q EBTC .58f 1.8 18 38.25 29.02 14 32.10 49 32.42 30.36 +.42 -5.7 EntFinSv Q EFSC .44 .9 19 49.68 36.65 97 47.85 618 48.68 46.68 +6.0 EntProdPt N EPD 1.70f 6.8 20 29.51 23.59 4424 25.11 27478 26.03 24.65 -.62 -5.3 Entravisn N EVC .20 3.1 65 7.90 5.05 447 6.50 2617 7.10 6.16 -.40 -9.1 EntrResc A EGI .69 .21 102 .45 356 .47 .40 +.04 -25.4sEnvestnet N ENV 46 58.30 30.80 296 56.65 1555 58.30 54.10 -.45 +13.6 EnviroStr A EVI .20e 74 43.10 17.30 9 36.25 74 36.90 33.15 +.70 -9.4 EnvisnHl n N EVHC 69.21 23.79 3287 40.05 20335 40.60 36.14 +2.86 +15.9 Enviva n N EVA 2.46f 9.1 31.95 26.33 30 26.95 210 27.45 26.55 +.05 -2.5tEnzoBio N ENZ 12.04 6.31 265 6.60 1020 6.80 6.31 -.16 -19.0 Epizyme Q EPZM 20.45 9.30 430 17.70 1583 18.25 17.10 +.10 +41.0 ePlus s Q PLUS 20 97.75 62.75 72 77.15 395 78.65 75.20 +1.05 +2.6 Equifax N EFX 1.56 1.3 20 147.02 89.59 2811 117.23 8059 117.61 110.55 +1.83 -.6 Equinix Q EQIX 8.00 2.1 495.35 361.90 808 381.82 2963 398.45 374.91 -13.02 -15.8 EquitFin n Q EQFN .20p 10.95 9.90 4 10.60 20 10.71 10.60 -.08 -2.8sEqtyBcsh n Q EQBK 28 37.92 29.13 82 38.45 283 38.52 36.54 +.81 +8.6 EquityCmw N EQC 30 32.51 27.96 1176 29.91 4236 29.97 29.08 +.46 -2.0 EqCm pfD N EQCpD 1.63 6.3 27.24 25.15 2 25.80 8 25.98 25.53 -.35 -2.1 EqtyLfPrp N ELS 2.20f 2.6 26 91.94 75.60 474 83.60 2178 86.36 83.12 -2.38 -6.1 EqtyRsd N EQR 2.16 3.9 18 70.46 54.97 2085 55.96 13604 57.37 55.50 -1.03 -12.2 EquusTR N EQS 29 3.00 2.16 6 2.35 39 2.43 2.31 -.02 -2.1 EraGroup N ERA 9 13.83 8.00 44 9.64 203 9.99 9.30 -.34 -10.3 Ericsson Q ERIC .13e 2.0 7.47 5.52 2266 6.56 24713 7.01 6.40 -.34 -1.8 ErieInd Q ERIE 3.36 2.9 30 129.73 106.63 23 114.00 217 116.18 112.00 +1.27 -6.4 ErinEn rs A ERN 4.00 1.15 25 3.60 145 3.80 3.44 -.15 +30.9 Eros Intl N EROS 16.90 6.65 357 13.30 3531 14.00 12.85 +.10 +37.8 Escalade Q ESCA .50f 3.9 13 14.38 11.31 9 12.85 62 12.95 11.90 +.75 +4.5 EscoTech N ESE .32 .5 20 66.80 50.30 119 59.95 539 62.80 57.90 -1.55 -.5sEsperion Q ESPR 82.68 20.39 647 78.93 2800 82.68 75.05 +.03 +19.9 Espey A ESP 1.00 3.7 55 27.10 21.07 0 26.98 3 27.00 26.59 +.16 +12.6 EsqFnHld n Q ESQ 25.92 14.51 18 22.91 87 23.50 22.16 -.09 +16.1 EssaPhm g Q EPIX 3.59 .15 21 .19 280 .21 .18 -13.2tEssendant Q ESND .56 7.0 15 22.52 7.79 432 8.03 2395 8.87 7.79 -.59 -13.4 Essent N ESNT 12 50.08 33.45 437 45.46 2184 47.64 44.12 -1.62 +4.7 EssexPT N ESS 7.00 3.2 26 270.04 214.03 442 222.22 2240 228.32 221.15 -5.05 -7.9sEsteeLdr N EL 1.52f 1.1 47 143.63 82.35 1677 140.65 8600 143.63 137.04 -1.36 +10.5 Esterline N ESL 17 102.70 67.15 166 72.75 932 77.50 70.75 -2.85 -2.6 EstreAm n Q ESTR 11.01 8.39 6 10.18 37 10.22 9.76 +.08 +17.8 EtfSilver N SIVR 18.15 14.92 38 16.10 472 16.22 15.75 -.01 -2.5tEthanAl N ETH .76 3.2 16 33.13 23.50 275 24.10 1136 25.13 23.35 -.85 -15.7 Etrac2xMtg N MORL 3.31e 24.0 19.50 12.50 179 13.81 1176 14.60 13.29 -.55 -21.8 Et2xDJDiv N DVYL 3.55e 5.2 77.86 60.01 2 67.62 18 72.32 66.90 -3.75 -7.6 EtHiDLwV N HDLV 2.57e 9.8 34.02 25.36 3 26.21 13 27.69 25.70 -1.01 -18.6 Etr2xSPX N SPLX 73.35 35.85 1 54.06 3 58.43 52.93 -2.74 -.3 Etr2xCEFd N CEFL 2.88 17.7 18.98 15.40 177 16.30 923 16.70 16.11 -.35 -10.0 EtrcDvsHi N DVHL 2.85e 15.5 23.95 17.65 2 18.39 59 19.12 18.01 -.50 -9.0 EtrWFxEn N LMLP 1.90e 11.5 19.00 12.77 1 16.47 95 17.45 16.16 -.51 +4.6 EtracReit N LRET 2.00e 10.1 27.84 19.32 2 19.75 10 20.92 19.65 -.94 -24.9tUBS VlHdg N XIVH 82.84 11.86 62 13.52 156 15.15 11.86 +1.14 -82.5 VelShSP46 N BSWN 24.95 9.02 13 12.81 33 14.40 9.67 +2.48 -28.3 UBS VlVIX N LSVX 33.40 12.32 0 16.95 10 17.03 12.77 +2.99 -44.6 Etr EnhGl N FIHD 191.45 135.05 57 163.24 109 179.79 160.49 -8.11 -5.1 FI EnhEu n N FIEE 202.02 157.30 1 161.90 15 177.91 161.25 -13.10 -8.7 Etr SP MLP N MLPZ .06p 60.47 35.30 37.37 11 39.70 36.94 -2.33 -12.8 Etr MLP In N MLPQ .08p 58.85 31.10 14 32.73 88 34.84 31.63 -1.87 -13.2 Etr2xLevLg N LBDC 2.89e 20.8 28.71 13.65 13.89 6 14.32 13.89 -.49 -14.8 EtrMtgReit N MRRL 1.70e 19.50 11.51 2 13.59 18 14.40 13.28 -.77 -23.3 EtrSCHiDv N SMHD 3.06e 19.3 24.18 14.27 16 15.83 206 17.19 15.36 -.85 -19.4sEtsy n Q ETSY 38 26.23 9.41 3699 25.71 29480 26.23 20.63 +4.64 +25.7 EuroTech Q CLWT 5.65 2.55 11 2.75 95 3.20 2.75 -.10 -16.9 Euronav n N EURN 2.41e 9.65 6.90 307 8.30 1960 8.45 7.85 -.15 -10.3 Euronet Q EEFT 19 101.07 76.26 414 84.44 2869 86.11 81.86 -.68 +.2 EuroEqFd N EEA .17e 1.8 10.88 7.96 19 9.64 61 10.05 9.60 -.39 -2.3 Euroseas rs Q ESEA 2.73 1.13 40 1.93 119 1.97 1.82 +.05 +13.3 EvansBc A EVBN .92f 2.1 21 47.08 35.10 27 44.00 76 45.60 42.50 +1.25 +5.0 Ever-Glory Q EVK 7 3.24 1.96 0 2.85 6 3.00 2.80 -.10 +21.3 Everbrdg n Q EVBG 34.75 16.63 407 33.65 1797 33.71 31.25 +1.85 +13.2 Evercore N EVR 1.60f 1.7 21 103.05 66.80 429 91.85 2404 97.45 90.20 -2.05 +2.1 EverestRe N RE 5.00 2.1 26 277.17 208.81 226 239.00 1564 245.02 236.99 -3.94 +8.0 EveriHldgs N EVRI 8.99 3.17 356 7.43 1918 7.74 7.11 -.10 -1.5 EversrceE N ES 2.02f 3.5 19 66.15 55.93 2678 57.10 10971 59.39 56.45 -2.37 -9.6 EvrspnTc n Q MRAM 25.39 6.40 83 7.56 403 8.02 7.00 -.04 +.8 Evertec N EVTC .40 2.5 13 19.53 12.60 686 16.20 4519 16.75 16.00 -.40 +18.7 EvineLive Q EVLV 1.62 .89 97 1.10 938 1.20 1.08 -.05 -21.4 EvofemBio Q EVFM 12.56 .30 8 7.16 51 7.45 6.94 -.22 +267.2 Evogene Q EVGN 5.75 2.66 30 3.80 52 4.18 3.75 -.18 +23.8tEvokePhm Q EVOK 4.09 1.85 67 1.90 500 2.04 1.85 -.14 -15.9 EvolentH n N EVH 27.50 10.30 2177 15.30 9482 15.35 13.85 +.85 +24.4 Evolus n Q EOLS 12.97 9.60 154 11.44 511 12.10 11.25 -.16 -.5 EvolPetrol A EPM .40f 4.9 17 9.05 6.35 93 8.15 541 8.20 7.81 +.25 +19.0 EvolvgSys Q EVOL .44 8.0 15 5.85 4.00 21 5.50 48 5.55 4.95 -.15 +17.0 EvoquaWt n N AQUA 25.04 20.40 279 23.23 1263 23.36 22.29 +.60 -2.0 ExOne Q XONE 14.43 6.72 93 9.26 402 9.33 8.25 +.62 +10.2 ExactSci h Q EXAS 63.60 19.91 1383 45.42 12565 46.19 41.85 +3.05 -13.6 ETYldShHi N YYY 1.92 10.4 20.00 18.35 63 18.54 361 18.85 18.47 -.20 -4.8 ExTWStFor Q FLAG .58e 1.4 44.99 35.84 1 41.81 15 43.04 41.46 -.94 -2.0 ExTrRobo Q ROBO .07e .2 46.20 31.22 791 42.20 4201 43.77 41.27 -1.03 +2.1 RxVlmxWk A VMAX 31.03 2.69 26 24.52 62 27.40 20.44 +2.60 +100.3 Ber US Rs n N BERN 29.41 24.94 3 27.58 16 28.24 26.58 +.03 +2.6 ExTTactUS N HTUS 29.30 24.04 26 26.20 117 26.86 25.78 -.44 -3.5 Continued on next page Continued 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sETF IndExp N TETF 20.83 15.10 7 20.35 29 20.83 20.03 -.12 +6.9tRxVlmxInF A VMIN 46.55 2.39 982 2.64 3386 3.26 2.37 -.40 -92.3 ExTGldSP N GHS 36.05 28.08 0 33.15 4 34.53 33.01 -.81 +1.5 ETEMeCmc N EMQQ .02p 43.50 26.64 710 40.27 1277 42.17 38.95 -1.73 +5.8 ExelaTch n Q XELA 10.09 4.37 64 5.19 189 5.78 5.13 -.34 +.8 Exelixis Q EXEL 49 32.50 18.03 5283 24.08 27835 29.94 23.24 -5.43 -20.8 Exelon N EXC 1.38f 3.7 10 42.67 33.30 5178 36.92 34406 38.49 36.50 -1.32 -6.3 ExlSvcHld Q EXLS 41 64.34 44.61 184 56.83 1173 61.81 54.00 -5.03 -5.8 Expedia Q EXPE 1.20 1.1 41 161.00 98.52 1878 104.50 10689 107.47 101.37 -1.88 -12.7sExpdIntl Q EXPD .84 1.3 23 67.63 51.96 1358 63.28 7087 67.63 62.09 -2.24 -2.2sExponent s Q EXPO 1.04f 1.4 37 80.95 56.95 61 76.55 456 80.95 75.20 -.99 +7.7 Express N EXPR 33 11.34 5.28 2809 7.48 9276 7.77 6.94 +.11 -26.3 ExpScripts Q ESRX 10 83.49 55.80 3546 74.77 24709 80.50 73.19 -2.23 +.2 ExtendStay N STAY .84f 4.2 48 21.28 15.63 2544 19.84 15776 20.40 19.23 +.32 +4.4 Exterran n N EXTN 33.69 23.29 210 26.24 975 28.81 25.61 -2.16 -16.5 ExtraSpce N EXR 3.12 3.7 20 88.56 71.34 844 85.05 6324 87.79 84.17 -1.55 -2.7 ExtrOilGs n Q XOG 19.03 11.31 1152 13.01 7501 13.11 11.87 +.18 -9.1 ExtrmNet Q EXTR 15.55 6.00 1301 11.34 6716 12.08 10.77 -.42 -9.4 ExxonMbl N XOM 3.08 4.1 16 89.30 73.90 15426 75.55 83738 79.87 74.48 -1.98 -9.7 EyegatePh Q EYEG 3.10 .50 48 .60 485 .62 .56 +.01 -44.4 Eyenovia n Q EYEN 10.74 7.32 0 8.64 48 9.53 7.93 -.91 -12.9 Ezcorp Q EZPW 19 13.75 7.55 702 13.20 2363 13.25 12.60 +.05 +8.2F -:sF5 Netwks Q FFIV 20 153.08 114.63 511 148.34 4257 153.08 145.21 +1.01 +13.0 FAT Br n Q FAT .12p 13.99 7.52 28 7.74 74 8.48 7.56 -.21 -13.2 FB Finl n N FBK 18 45.43 30.40 67 40.59 332 41.71 39.10 -.30 -3.3 FBL Fn N FFG 1.76 2.5 16 79.70 59.75 28 69.35 168 71.85 64.00 -2.20 -.4 FC GlbRlty Q FCRE 1.55 .70 12 .90 37 .94 .85 -.01 -1.5 FCB Fin N FCB 21 57.20 39.90 185 55.10 1015 56.75 52.81 -.60 +8.5tFFBW n Q FFBW 12.50 10.64 21 10.37 41 10.78 10.30 -.38 -5.9 FGL Hldg n N FG 12.25 8.65 554 9.75 2133 9.99 9.57 +.01 -3.2 FLIR Sys Q FLIR .64f 1.3 29 52.88 33.95 1042 48.93 6271 49.76 48.49 +.44 +5.0 FMC Corp N FMC .66 .8 15 98.70 58.27 2128 79.65 11761 85.70 76.57 -6.07 -15.9 FNB Bnc s Q FNBG .52 1.4 38.94 25.52 10 36.67 42 37.55 35.74 -.25 +.5 FNBCp PA N FNB .48 3.4 18 16.24 12.02 2182 14.14 11750 14.77 13.71 -.26 +2.3 FNB FL pfE N FNBpE 31.65 27.64 13 28.09 56 28.66 27.93 -.10 -3.9 FTFQAntiB N BTAL 20.77 18.31 1 18.74 10 18.89 18.48 +.09 -2.8 FTFQMom N MOM 26.00 21.20 1 25.20 4 25.44 25.15 +4.9 FqfOAsiaDv N OASI .43e 32.18 26.60 1 28.27 11 30.50 28.01 -.90 -5.8 FqfOEurDiv N OEUR .15e 26.90 22.12 9 24.29 192 25.30 24.02 -.89 -4.6 FQFO USDv N OUSA .20e 33.39 28.52 55 30.69 606 31.81 30.36 -.59 -3.8sFRP Hldgs Q FRPH 18 55.05 35.80 50 54.10 196 55.05 50.80 +3.05 +22.3 FS Bncp Q FSBW .44 .8 13 59.81 35.80 6 54.40 32 55.05 53.60 -.06 -.3 FS Invest N FSIC .89 12.3 7 10.10 7.05 1175 7.25 5257 7.40 7.10 -.05 -1.4 FSB Bcp n Q FSBC 18.23 14.15 0 16.60 4 17.00 16.56 -.02 -2.4 FTD Cos Q FTD 24.85 5.51 521 6.16 1104 6.48 5.69 -.07 -14.3sFTE Net n A FTNW 25.60 15.02 20 24.60 177 25.60 21.63 +2.64 +49.1sFTI Cnslt N FCN 21 50.81 31.65 251 47.70 1641 50.81 46.72 -.56 +11.0 Fabrinet N FN 11 47.02 24.02 466 30.92 2999 30.99 28.99 +2.28 +7.7 Facebook Q FB 33 195.32 134.75 19833 176.62 98064 185.66 172.99 -6.67 +.1 FactsetR N FDS 2.24 1.1 27 209.02 155.09 238 206.59 1065 208.00 200.94 +1.92 +7.2 FairIsaac N FICO .08 47 177.91 124.59 141 172.22 832 177.74 167.06 -4.08 +12.4 FairmSant N FMSA 9.86 2.47 1994 4.67 12882 4.92 4.36 -.13 -10.7 FDaves Q DAVE 9.65 3.38 25 6.65 119 7.05 6.55 -.20 +1.5 FangHldg N SFUN .20e 4.2 5.58 2.46 3188 4.76 11108 5.25 4.48 -.40 -14.7sFanhua Q FANH .14e .4 53 33.70 6.79 403 31.45 2671 33.70 30.01 +.11 +45.5 FarmerBrs Q FARM 37.35 28.75 73 30.75 442 33.95 30.45 -1.45 -4.4 FarmMer s Q FMAO .52 1.4 16 44.00 24.00 5 36.43 36 39.76 34.62 -3.05 -10.7 FarmCB Q FFKT .50 1.3 16 44.30 36.05 15 37.70 85 38.35 36.20 +.13 -2.1 FarmersNB Q FMNB .28f 2.0 17 15.95 12.65 20 14.05 220 14.55 13.20 -.10 -4.7 Farmland N FPI .51 6.4 73 11.17 7.15 409 7.98 1642 7.98 7.50 +.47 -8.1 Farmln pfB N FPIpB 1.50 5.8 27.96 25.00 12 25.65 78 25.85 25.17 +.25 -.5sFaroTech Q FARO 62.20 31.90 58 59.55 502 62.20 58.15 -.45 +26.7 Fastenal Q FAST 1.48f 2.7 28 57.81 39.79 2157 54.41 10658 56.51 52.72 -.79 -.5sFateThera Q FATE 12.45 2.52 1947 13.27 5033 14.03 10.92 +1.51 +117.2 Fauquier Q FBSS .48 2.3 41 22.25 17.24 21.10 9 21.75 21.05 -.07 -3.7 FedExCp N FDX 2.00 .8 20 274.66 182.89 1729 241.31 8382 255.92 238.00 -10.91 -3.3 FedAgric N AGM 1.44 1.8 83.53 53.78 45 79.44 203 82.94 75.45 -3.01 +1.5 FdAgricA N AGM/A 1.44 1.9 23 80.00 50.60 0 77.44 3 77.44 73.75 -.31 +6.4 FAgMt pfA N AGMpA 1.47 5.9 28.06 24.75 2 24.84 3 25.24 24.84 -.01 -1.2 FedRlty N FRT 4.00 3.4 20 138.12 106.41 502 116.36 2824 117.44 113.06 +.43 -12.4 FedRlt pfC N FRTpC 1.25 5.5 25.48 22.22 20 22.69 112 22.82 22.55 +.09 -9.9 FedSignl N FSS .28 1.3 26 23.64 13.07 338 21.70 1968 22.14 19.25 +2.20 +8.0 FedlStAc n Q FSAC 9.80 9.65 9.72 16 9.72 9.65 +.06 +.1 FedlStA un Q FSACU 10.50 9.53 10.25 60 10.27 10.14 +.10 FedInvst N FII 1.00 3.0 12 36.76 24.93 2669 33.21 6155 33.89 31.40 -.14 -8.0 FedNatHld Q FNHC .32 2.0 21.19 9.78 22 15.82 180 16.22 15.37 +.05 -4.5 FedPMu N FMN .88 6.6 15.07 13.31 28 13.38 109 13.55 13.36 -.11 -4.7 FenncPhr n Q FENC 13.95 7.55 53 9.19 201 9.66 8.99 +.03 -8.3 Ferrari n N RACE 131.20 64.94 694 121.11 2801 130.48 118.60 -8.45 +15.5 Ferrellgs N FGP .40 10.3 6.60 3.80 179 3.90 982 4.01 3.87 -.06 -8.9 Ferro N FOE 19 25.50 13.56 460 23.46 2449 23.53 21.36 +.91 -.6 Ferrogl n Q GSM .16 1.0 17.61 8.54 1112 16.50 4291 17.40 15.42 +1.21 +1.9 FiatChrys N FCAU 24.95 9.60 7061 20.05 25013 21.94 19.72 -1.78 +12.4 FibriaCelu N FBR .09e .5 19.60 7.98 1451 18.95 6570 19.43 18.72 +.25 +28.9tFibrocll rs Q FCSC 4.64 .51 287 .57 2075 .63 .51 -.02 -10.9 FibroGen Q FGEN 63.00 22.75 731 55.40 5722 61.20 52.85 -2.10 +16.9tFidCorpBd N FCOR 1.77e 3.6 51.30 49.13 6 49.13 61 49.50 49.09 -.25 -3.6 FidLtdTm N FLTB .83e 1.7 50.75 49.51 9 49.56 1559 49.68 49.52 -.13 -1.1tFidTotBd N FBND 1.54e 3.1 51.74 48.88 43 49.03 155 49.20 48.88 -.11 -2.4 FidD&D n Q FDBC .96 1.9 52.00 33.09 0 49.50 7 49.75 46.01 +19.9 FidCnsDis N FDIS .40e 1.0 42.99 33.70 142 40.51 490 41.93 39.65 -1.07 +3.6 FidCnsStpl N FSTA .87e 2.7 35.47 31.58 46 32.37 288 33.04 31.83 -.33 -5.7 FidEnergy N FENY .53e 2.9 21.69 17.01 234 18.55 1004 19.33 18.15 -.50 -7.5 FidFinan N FNCL .60e 1.4 43.90 33.88 478 41.51 1739 43.20 40.64 -.84 +1.8 FidHlthCre N FHLC .70e 1.7 44.44 35.15 271 40.80 849 42.10 39.95 -.68 +2.0 FidIndls N FIDU .56e 1.5 41.28 32.66 215 38.15 629 40.12 37.60 -1.18 -1.4 Fid Val n N FVAL 35.18 27.91 14 32.78 96 33.95 32.26 -.69 -.2 Fid Qual n N FQAL 34.02 27.50 22 32.16 101 33.18 31.66 -.57 +1.2sFidInfoTch N FTEC .42e .8 54.94 40.26 628 53.55 2957 54.94 52.17 -.33 +7.2 Fid Moment N FDMO 33.84 26.59 25 31.89 122 32.91 31.32 -.57 +2.0 Fid LowVol N FDLO 32.45 26.66 6 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.24 1.2 17 20.05 16.15 3 19.60 29 19.85 19.25 +.35 +7.1 FstData n N FDC 7 19.23 14.67 4908 15.55 32494 16.08 15.11 -.49 -6.9 FstDefiFn Q FDEF 1.20f 2.2 18 56.91 46.71 22 54.64 130 56.18 52.76 -.40 +5.1 FFnclOH Q FFBC .76f 2.7 18 29.50 22.80 264 27.85 1513 29.05 26.95 -.56 +5.7 FstFnBksh Q FFIN .76 1.6 28 48.85 36.85 144 46.85 754 48.30 45.45 -.55 +4.0 FstFnIN Q THFF 1.02f 2.3 18 52.35 39.55 10 43.65 79 45.15 42.55 -.50 -3.7 FstFnNwst Q FFNW .28 1.7 18 20.97 13.13 23 16.42 92 16.72 15.47 +.06 +5.9 FstFound s Q FFWM 23 19.84 14.67 177 18.49 820 18.61 18.13 +.22 -.3 FstGtyBc n Q FGBI .64b 2.5 29.50 20.11 8 25.17 35 26.17 24.62 -.19 +.7 FsHawaii n Q FHB .96f 3.4 32.40 26.30 385 28.15 1398 28.56 27.58 -.18 -3.5 FstHorizon N FHN .48f 2.4 18 20.86 15.84 5787 19.70 14872 19.85 18.78 +.19 -1.5 FstHrz pfA N FHNpA 1.55 6.1 26.06 24.77 4 25.24 11 25.30 25.15 +.03 +.2 FstInRT N FR .87f 3.1 32.91 25.56 740 28.15 4603 29.01 27.68 -.72 -10.5 FIntntBcp Q INBK .24 .6 16 42.40 25.48 28 38.00 160 38.51 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5 80.01 65.50 +2.40 +18.8 FstSolar Q FSLR 68 76.61 25.56 1223 64.33 8125 65.25 61.14 +2.54 -4.7 1stSource Q SRCE .88f 1.7 20 54.00 43.58 39 50.58 240 51.92 49.00 -.59 +2.3sFTNDXTc Q QTEC .61e .8 79.10 58.46 149 77.41 1136 79.10 75.30 -.01 +7.6 FtTr AbsRet Q FAAR 34.79 27.00 1 28.77 8 29.51 28.59 -.60 -1.9 FtTr 22 n N FIV 10.15 9.02 93 9.32 527 9.37 9.21 +.02 +2.1 FT RisDv n Q SDVY 22.04 19.62 2 20.85 12 21.51 20.79 -.41 -.7 FtTrGlob N FAM .90 7.9 12.15 10.98 23 11.33 113 11.57 11.26 -.04 -2.2 FT MCGr N FNY .15e .4 42.33 32.47 73 40.52 119 41.36 39.73 -.43 +3.4 FT AsiaPc Q FPA .99e 2.7 38.10 29.74 61 36.53 98 37.41 36.10 -.11 +2.3 FT Europe Q FEP .79e 2.0 42.49 30.40 403 38.94 1825 40.67 38.48 -1.41 -.3 FT LatAm Q FLN .43e 1.9 23.27 17.73 35 22.21 79 23.16 21.87 -.61 +8.8 FT Brazil Q FBZ .41e 2.4 18.24 12.96 2 17.03 21 17.67 16.80 -.42 +9.7 FT China Q FCA .69e 2.2 34.79 21.00 7 31.00 17 32.84 30.35 -1.25 +4.4 FT Japan Q FJP .41e .7 63.38 49.50 18 58.13 131 60.83 57.43 -1.87 -3.0 FT SKorea Q FKO .24e .8 32.08 23.43 3 29.75 43 30.41 29.30 -.10 +.7 FT DevMkt Q FDT .78e 1.2 67.22 50.32 811 62.65 1286 64.75 61.75 -1.43 +.4 FT EmMkt Q FEM .68e 2.3 31.32 21.90 452 29.28 1036 30.54 28.76 -.88 +4.9 FT Germny Q FGM .41e .8 55.51 37.94 83 49.00 270 51.54 48.63 -2.04 -4.3 FT MCVal N FNK .40e 1.1 37.68 32.00 2 35.00 26 35.87 34.15 -.40 -3.5 FT UK Q FKU .94e 2.4 42.89 33.52 3 39.66 30 41.35 39.56 -1.47 -.5 FT Switzld Q FSZ .39e .8 56.74 43.04 6 52.00 32 54.51 51.80 -2.13 -1.4 FT HKong Q FHK 1.01e 2.4 46.25 34.80 1 42.82 3 43.49 42.54 -.39 +.9 FT SCGr N FYC .07e .2 44.71 34.98 102 43.03 285 43.81 41.85 -.43 +1.2 FT EmMSC Q FEMS 1.06e 2.4 47.47 34.39 198 44.88 644 46.41 44.01 -.92 +3.6 FTDvMkSC Q FDTS .76e 1.7 48.51 35.11 7 43.44 34 45.55 42.94 -1.75 -2.1 FT SCVal N FYT .26e .7 38.64 32.07 1 35.62 87 36.57 34.87 -.66 -3.4 FT EurzAlp Q FEUZ .35e .8 48.43 33.51 7 44.06 64 45.74 43.42 -1.39 +.4 FT MegaCp N FMK .44e 1.3 36.82 28.60 1 34.03 8 35.49 33.51 -.91 +1.6 FstT BICK Q BICK .35e 1.1 33.60 23.42 5 31.14 37 32.21 30.63 -.83 +3.1 FTEurSelDv N FDD 1.09e 7.9 14.79 12.00 76 13.83 961 14.27 13.68 -.37 +.7 FTDJMic N FDM .49e 1.0 49.19 40.65 6 46.75 48 47.17 45.27 +.07 -1.5 FT DynEq N FDEU 1.45 8.1 20.20 16.46 52 18.02 213 19.05 17.90 -.60 -3.7 FtTrInOp n Q FCEF .36 1.7 23.93 20.04 21.44 12 21.82 21.42 -.22 -2.7 FtTEqCom N ERM 23.64 19.74 21.91 21 22.73 21.89 -.50 -2.0 FtT EqTact N TERM 23.62 19.67 6 21.85 43 22.75 21.72 -.60 -2.2 FtTrOpp n Q FIXD 52.92 49.24 11 49.44 110 49.59 49.27 +.01 -2.6 FTNsdGrid Q GRID .41e .8 53.73 40.05 1 50.04 9 51.63 49.50 -1.10 -1.9 FTMltAInc Q MDIV 1.37e 7.5 19.82 17.96 89 18.15 824 18.51 17.97 -.23 -4.5 FT PfdSec N FPE 1.02e 5.2 20.25 19.29 1176 19.71 4905 19.73 19.66 +.06 -1.5 FTNsqTDv Q TDIV .71e 1.9 37.74 30.93 110 36.70 399 37.65 35.96 -.07 +4.3 FTLwDOpp Q LMBS 1.53 3.0 52.32 51.29 254 51.45 1190 51.49 51.35 +.04 -.4 FTIntlMltA Q YDIV .80e 4.4 19.83 16.72 4 18.36 17 18.68 18.01 -.34 -1.4 FT BuyInc Q FTHI .96 4.3 24.00 20.91 6 22.49 36 22.93 22.14 -.24 -3.5 FT StratInc Q FDIV 1.92 3.9 53.07 46.89 22 49.56 85 50.34 49.30 -.50 -3.1 FT HdgBuy Q FTLB .66 3.0 23.65 20.74 0 22.02 7 22.52 22.02 -.20 -4.5 FTEnhSht Q FTSM .29e .5 60.09 59.92 310 60.01 1403 60.02 59.96 +.04 +.1 FT RisDiv Q RDVY .38e 1.3 32.00 25.72 84 30.40 642 31.53 29.90 -.56 +1.7 FT SSICv Q FCVT 32.38 26.43 165 29.06 431 29.37 28.63 +.09 +1.4 FT DWF5 Q FV .18e .6 30.05 23.49 163 29.35 881 30.03 28.60 -.15 +6.5 FT AmIndR Q AIRR .06e .2 28.40 22.38 18 25.89 100 26.81 25.48 -.53 -5.5 FT US Eq Q RNDV 23.04 19.30 0 21.35 10 22.11 21.32 -.46 -1.6 FT SmCap Q RNSC 22.89 19.03 20.54 9 21.28 20.47 -.61 -4.6 FT MdCap Q RNMC 22.75 19.19 21.06 3 21.71 20.91 -.37 -3.0 FT LgCap Q RNLC 23.11 19.67 2 21.79 12 22.35 21.49 -.30 FT EM Sl n N RNEM 59.26 51.56 1 54.66 4 56.93 54.66 -1.87 +.3 FT DevInt Q RNDM 55.12 48.94 50.61 4 52.70 50.61 -1.24 -3.0 FT QualInc Q QINC 1.07e 4.4 26.90 23.03 2 24.36 64 24.89 24.19 -.50 -4.5 FTNsSem ef Q FTXL 33.17 23.87 3 32.80 22 33.17 31.74 +.58 +8.3 FTNasPh ef Q FTXH 23.57 19.06 2 21.61 8 22.32 21.51 -.19 +1.0 FTNsOil ef Q FTXN 22.50 16.85 19.04 15 19.76 18.91 -.41 -9.9sFTNsBk ef Q FTXO 32.16 24.57 207 31.13 658 32.16 30.25 -.54 +6.0 FTDorW n Q FVC 28.00 21.88 80 27.37 408 27.93 26.65 -.10 +6.6 FT DWInt Q IFV .19e .9 24.24 18.62 128 22.22 643 23.12 21.83 -.77 -.1 FT LgShEq N FTLS .16e .4 41.72 34.43 16 39.35 111 40.28 38.86 -.44 +.2 FTEMCur Q FEMB 1.94e 4.5 48.17 39.91 2 42.87 384 43.58 42.55 -.46 +1.7 FT MunHI n Q EMHI 53.47 49.45 0 49.90 11 50.13 49.90 +.10 -1.1 FT RivAsia Q RFAP .32e 64.93 53.74 2 60.37 29 62.47 59.44 -1.27 -.3 FT RivDev Q RFDI .70e 68.99 54.15 73 63.60 349 66.19 62.84 -1.97 -.8 FT RvfrDyE Q RFEM 79.04 57.81 27 73.98 56 76.65 72.59 -2.33 +5.0 FT RivEur Q RFEU .82e 70.58 53.73 16 64.61 51 67.30 64.10 -2.24 -1.1tFT PfInc n N FPEI 21.03 19.77 21 19.80 140 20.20 19.76 -.02 -1.7sFT CA Mun Q FCAL 51.90 48.91 1 49.88 13 51.90 49.83 +.03 -3.3 FT VolIn n N HDMV 36.34 32.75 8 33.92 33 35.06 33.59 -.84 -1.2 FT VolD n N HUSV 23.72 21.53 27 22.23 99 22.96 22.02 -.51 -3.3 FTEgyInco A FEN 2.32 9.9 28.20 21.34 49 23.40 235 24.63 23.18 -.76 -11.7tFTEnInfra N FIF 1.32a 8.2 19.50 16.06 32 16.06 253 17.01 16.05 -.66 -9.9 FtTrEnEq N FFA .96 6.3 16.67 13.96 19 15.31 139 15.75 15.12 -.17 -5.4 FTCapStrn Q FTCS .55e 1.1 54.95 43.11 79 51.39 535 53.43 50.70 -1.23 +.7 FTArcaBio N FBT .18e .1 147.10 100.90 44 137.23 258 139.87 131.78 -1.21 +10.2sFTDJInet N FDN 125.21 85.80 524 123.80 3386 125.21 119.84 +.50 +12.7 FTN100ExT Q QQXT .16e .3 52.82 43.79 4 48.84 20 50.60 48.54 -1.13 +.5 FsTrGrEn Q QCLN .11e .6 21.73 16.11 12 19.81 91 20.44 19.44 -.09 -2.4 FTrTUSAlp Q TUSA .23e .7 34.93 28.47 1 33.10 20 33.92 32.60 -.21 FT RNG N FCG .22e 1.1 25.29 18.65 96 20.69 661 21.11 19.99 -.14 -9.2 FstTrDrcy ef Q DWPP 30.68 25.63 1 28.46 12 29.43 28.31 -.68 -1.0 FT ConDis N FXD .30e .7 45.57 35.68 146 41.78 484 43.34 40.88 -1.01 -.7 FT ConStap N FXG .75e 1.6 51.57 44.32 148 47.82 413 48.73 47.20 -.39 -1.7 FT Engy N FXN .33e 2.4 16.48 12.25 242 14.04 1156 14.27 13.51 -.02 -9.3 FT Fincl N FXO .65e 2.1 32.92 26.85 341 31.09 1063 31.95 30.50 -.50 -.7 FT HlthCr N FXH 76.92 61.23 138 71.04 528 73.20 69.30 -.95 +1.8 FT IndPrd N FXR .16e .4 42.74 33.13 133 39.57 693 41.31 38.93 -1.12 -2.5 FT Matls N FXZ .37e .9 46.43 36.47 269 43.23 537 44.57 42.53 -.81 -1.4sFT Tech N FXL .13e .2 56.66 40.88 169 56.00 681 56.66 54.35 +.45 +9.1 FT Utils N FXU .67e 2.7 28.59 23.46 52 24.65 286 25.22 24.48 -.49 -5.3sFTCloudC Q SKYY .09e .2 50.08 37.73 193 49.21 962 50.08 48.03 +.03 +7.3 FTDJGlDiv N FGD 1.42e 5.5 28.07 24.02 141 25.84 693 26.74 25.56 -.69 -1.9 FTNdqAuto Q CARZ .61e 1.5 45.00 34.43 2 41.41 13 43.34 41.00 -1.23 -1.9 FT GblAg rs Q FTAG 29.98 23.99 4 27.03 12 28.36 26.89 -1.21 -4.0 FT GblNRs Q FTRI .40e 3.2 13.15 10.87 7 12.39 14 12.83 12.23 -.31 +.1sFT Cybersc Q CIBR 25.37 20.59 159 25.06 693 25.37 24.33 +.18 +8.4 FTIntlIPO Q FPXI .37e 1.0 39.87 27.40 4 36.77 56 38.35 36.45 -1.24 +3.9 FT GlbRE N FFR .75e 1.8 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-9.9 FlexionTh Q FLXN 32.25 16.51 418 26.04 3495 26.65 24.16 +.78 +4.0tFlexstl Q FLXS .88 2.3 57.79 37.52 19 38.25 104 40.09 37.52 -1.38 -18.2 Flor&Dec n N FND 46 51.48 31.00 1200 44.21 4958 46.92 42.00 -2.09 -9.2 Flotek N FTK 13.72 4.14 760 6.26 4526 6.68 5.90 +.12 +34.3 FlowrsFds N FLO .68 3.3 23 21.46 16.80 1092 20.82 5616 21.38 20.32 -.25 +7.8 Flowserve N FLS .76 1.8 51.92 37.51 1843 42.29 8329 45.43 40.73 -1.97 +.4 Fluidigm Q FLDM 8.38 2.52 678 6.27 1502 7.30 6.13 -.94 +6.5 Fluor N FLR .84 1.5 42 62.09 37.04 1230 56.59 6974 59.34 54.94 -1.35 +9.6 FlushFn Q FFIC .80f 2.9 19 31.69 24.27 168 27.43 604 27.82 26.45 +.08 -.3tFlyLeasing N FLY 1.00 7.8 11 14.65 11.54 142 12.82 857 13.11 11.54 +.55 -.7 Foamix Q FOMX 10.21 4.03 69 5.99 331 6.35 5.75 -.23 -.3 FogoChao n Q FOGO 21 17.05 10.30 661 15.63 1811 15.70 15.60 +.03 +34.7 FEMSA N FMX .74e .8 103.82 82.87 341 92.08 3074 93.80 90.29 -1.84 -1.9 Fonar Q FONR 9 33.90 17.20 18 25.05 121 26.25 23.90 -1.15 +2.9 FootLockr N FL 1.38f 3.4 9 77.86 28.42 22776 40.04 42237 50.61 38.17 -8.21 -14.6tFordM N F .60a 5.8 5 13.48 10.19 60392 10.40 253059 10.99 10.14 -.30 -16.7 ForeScTc n Q FSCT 35.00 21.56 92 32.30 299 32.30 29.15 +2.12 +1.3 ForshtAut n Q FRSX 11.70 3.54 83 4.00 164 4.47 3.76 +.24 -.7tForestCA N FCE/A .72f 3.4 17 26.30 21.09 1866 20.95 11025 22.21 20.92 -.98 -13.1 Forestar N FOR 15 26.39 12.65 106 23.85 520 25.85 23.70 -1.20 +8.4 FormFac Q FORM 23 18.65 10.45 404 13.40 3853 13.65 12.56 +.65 -14.4 FormulaSy Q FORTY .34e 1.0 45.65 34.62 0 35.10 3 38.00 35.10 +.48 -13.4 ForrestR Q FORR .80f 2.0 39 47.75 36.06 53 40.80 271 42.30 39.90 -.90 -7.7 ForsightEn N FELP .13 7.31 3.53 32 3.64 161 3.95 3.64 -.17 -16.7 Forterra n Q FRTA 20.60 3.02 328 7.71 1780 7.78 6.80 +.30 -30.5sFortinet Q FTNT 51.00 35.44 1982 50.46 7650 51.00 49.25 +.59 +15.5 Fortis n N FTS 1.70 5.2 38.24 31.27 297 32.85 1804 33.47 32.26 -.51 -10.4sFortive n N FTV .28 .4 78.83 57.83 1889 73.99 7714 78.83 73.29 -3.15 +2.3 FortressBio Q FBIO 5.13 2.91 222 4.24 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-.35 -16.1 FoxFactory Q FOXF 33 46.80 25.74 275 36.55 1676 41.05 35.60 -2.85 -5.9tFrancesca Q FRAN 5 17.54 4.90 875 5.02 5134 5.73 4.84 -.26 -31.3 FrancoN g N FNV .92 1.3 68 86.06 60.10 409 70.56 3340 74.22 68.63 -2.84 -11.7 FrankCov N FC 31.20 15.20 48 26.00 234 26.85 25.50 -.35 +25.3 FrankElec Q FELE .43 1.1 24 47.20 36.00 161 39.85 801 41.90 38.45 -1.00 -13.2 FrankFn n N FSB .40p 16 44.30 30.30 42 31.90 333 32.55 30.80 -6.5tFrankLibInt N FLQH 28.16 23.89 0 23.61 7 24.78 23.61 -1.12 -6.8 FrankLibEm N FLQE 35.59 28.08 5 33.65 52 34.71 33.24 -.80 +1.8 FrankLibGl N FLQD 30.47 27.20 1 28.45 5 29.28 28.13 -.64 -2.2 FrnkLInvGr N FLCO 24.89 23.88 2 23.89 8 24.07 23.88 -.10 -3.6 FrkL US Eq N FLQL 30.33 25.55 1 28.53 5 29.36 28.53 -.54 -1.3 FrankRes N BEN .92f 2.4 13 47.65 37.01 2747 38.79 18205 40.10 37.99 -.52 -10.5tFrkStPrp A FSP .76 9.2 10 12.71 7.94 559 8.22 2999 8.52 7.94 -.26 -23.5tFrkLtdDur A FTF .74 6.7 12.20 11.11 37 11.18 415 11.38 11.11 -.10 -5.5 FrkUnv N FT .47 7.0 7.39 6.76 25 6.80 219 6.91 6.79 -5.2tFranksIntl N FI .30 5.7 11.14 5.08 1262 5.25 7911 6.35 4.93 -1.04 -21.1 FredsInc Q FRED .24 7.0 19.14 2.85 1119 3.41 5544 3.50 3.16 +.17 -15.8 FrptMcM N FCX 15 20.25 11.05 16170 18.32 78336 19.74 18.04 -1.23 -3.4 FrghtCar lf Q RAIL .36 2.5 20.46 12.07 117 14.53 850 16.07 13.25 -1.26 -14.9 FreqElec Q FEIM 11.50 7.53 3 9.20 32 10.59 8.98 -.89 -1.7 FresenMd N FMS .51e 1.0 57.94 41.01 149 51.55 915 54.81 50.88 -3.02 -1.9 FDelMnt N FDP .60 1.3 20 61.98 43.02 159 47.29 1160 47.96 46.28 -.31 -.8 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 8 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, March 3, 2018

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64.70 4631 67.89 64.38 -2.78 -7.7 Graco s N GGG .53 1.2 14 49.69 30.51 781 44.08 3489 45.42 42.97 -.92 -2.5 GrahamCp N GHM .36 1.8 13 24.03 17.97 55 19.93 212 21.37 19.76 -.82 -4.8 GrahamH s N GHC 5.32f .9 22 615.85 536.90 13 575.90 166 598.15 559.75 -25.55 +3.1 Graingr N GWW 5.12 2.0 25 298.15 155.00 902 255.30 4021 274.00 248.75 -10.89 +8.1 Grmrcy pfA N GPTpA 1.78 6.9 27.77 24.41 3 25.70 39 25.80 25.00 -.09 -4.6tGrmPrTr rs N GPT 1.50 6.8 31.26 21.18 2529 22.00 11205 22.59 21.12 -.35 -17.5 GranTrra g A GTE 3.00 1.93 1896 2.52 9123 2.77 2.42 -.22 -6.7 GranaMon N GRAM .25e 10.9 5.15 2.16 117 2.29 493 2.59 2.25 -.25 -19.6sGrCanyEd Q LOPE 23 103.43 60.36 330 97.45 1589 103.43 94.74 -4.34 +8.8 GraniteC N GVA .52 .9 35 68.58 45.14 217 58.83 1583 61.59 57.09 -1.69 -7.3 GranitPnt n N GPMT 1.52f 9.0 19.30 16.15 357 16.82 2522 17.60 16.60 -.55 -5.2 GraniteRE N GRP/U 2.30 42.10 32.75 3 37.45 42 39.89 37.21 -1.62 -4.2 Gran Gld n N BAR 142.87 123.68 131.75 4 133.31 130.29 -1.04 +1.1 GranCom n N COMB 27.07 24.80 7 26.23 149 26.56 26.00 -.18 +.2 GranSP n N COMG 32.29 24.96 27.65 10 28.38 27.47 -.57 -.1 GraphPkg N GPK .30 2.0 16 16.74 12.46 2095 15.10 10162 15.78 14.86 -.21 -2.3 Gravity rs Q GRVY 49 99.00 13.18 57 93.64 171 93.70 76.69 +9.64 -.9 GrayTelev N GTN 8 17.80 11.70 1222 13.90 9110 15.48 13.15 -.90 -17.0 GrayTvA N GTN/A 18 15.30 10.55 1 12.05 4 13.00 11.70 -.45 -16.0 GrtAjax n N AJX 1.20 9.1 8 15.40 12.27 25 13.21 159 13.42 12.92 -.03 -4.4 GrtAjx24 n N AJXA 26.80 24.54 1 25.20 7 25.35 25.15 -.10 -.7 GrElCp hn Q GECC 1.00 11.0 11.67 8.76 3 9.10 32 10.00 9.01 -.72 -7.5 GrElm22 n Q GECCL 1.63 6.5 25.90 24.75 1 25.23 18 25.29 25.00 +.13 -.9 GrElm25 n Q GECCM 1.69 6.9 24.80 24.24 4 24.48 23 24.50 24.35 +.03 GrElm hn Q GEC 4.40 2.95 17 3.70 85 3.75 3.50 +.10 -8.6 GrLkDrge Q GLDD 5.70 3.60 154 4.60 789 4.70 4.45 +.10 -14.8 GtPanSilv g A GPL 1.96 1.06 347 1.16 1775 1.24 1.13 -.05 -10.1 GtPlainEn N GXP 1.10 3.8 14 34.72 27.60 1002 29.27 8699 30.51 29.02 -.96 -9.2 GrtSoBc Q GSBC .96 1.9 14 58.45 47.25 17 49.65 116 51.05 48.10 -.85 -3.9 GrtWstBcp N GWB .80 1.9 17 45.62 33.27 235 42.21 855 43.72 40.58 -.66 +6.1 GreenBncp Q GNBC 19 24.40 15.00 201 22.50 1087 23.25 21.60 -.40 +10.8 GreenBrick Q GRBK 16 12.20 8.00 28 10.10 146 10.95 9.50 -.75 -10.6 GreenDot N GDOT 46 69.37 29.36 329 65.95 2499 66.81 63.86 -.25 +9.4 GreenPlns Q GPRE .48 2.5 27 26.05 15.60 624 19.20 3245 19.60 18.15 +13.9 GrnP LP n Q GPP 1.88f 10.5 10 21.00 16.50 16 17.90 133 18.20 17.75 -.10 -4.3 GreenbCos N GBX .92f 1.8 13 54.45 40.45 538 50.90 2677 53.50 48.45 -2.40 -4.5sGrCB NY s Q GCBC .39 1.1 28 37.00 21.53 4 36.40 25 37.00 34.08 +2.00 +11.7 Greenhill N GHL .20 1.0 31.35 13.80 874 20.10 3957 21.00 19.95 -.30 +3.1 Greenlight Q GLRE 23.40 16.00 466 16.35 1535 17.35 16.05 -.23 -18.7tGreif A N GEF 1.68 3.3 17 65.60 49.87 415 50.62 2666 59.82 47.97 -7.74 -16.4tGreif B N GEF/B 2.51e 4.6 18 71.95 53.61 8 55.10 52 64.70 52.50 -7.90 -20.5 GrdsmHld n Q GSUM 13.99 6.76 291 10.23 2026 11.06 9.85 +.02 +11.8 Griffin Q GRIF .40f 1.1 29 37.45 27.71 8 37.03 9 37.03 35.85 +.60 +.9 Griffon N GFF .28f 1.5 19 25.15 17.60 176 18.70 754 20.60 18.15 -1.85 -8.1 GrifolsSA s Q GRFS .38e 1.8 25.18 17.24 2427 20.97 6716 22.88 20.88 -1.80 -8.5 Group1 N GPI 1.00f 1.5 9 84.47 51.62 255 68.96 1524 76.33 66.33 -6.43 -2.8 Groupon Q GRPN 5.99 2.90 7145 4.27 44578 4.46 4.13 -.15 -16.3sGrubHub N GRUB 101.03 32.43 1535 99.71 7605 101.03 94.53 +2.98 +38.9 GAeroPac N PAC 2.78e 2.9 119.87 86.08 93 95.98 603 100.97 94.05 -4.04 -6.6 GpAeroCN Q OMAB 1.71e 4.3 19 52.51 37.31 123 39.70 481 41.10 38.34 -1.68 -4.3 GpoASur N ASR 3.31e 229.45 158.55 57 173.93 371 185.70 172.14 -10.89 -4.7 GpoAvalAc N AVAL .40 4.6 9.51 7.42 72 8.65 311 9.00 8.43 -.28 +1.8 GrpoFin Q GGAL .12e .2 73.45 31.13 740 61.20 2232 66.17 59.79 -3.57 -7.1 GpoSimec A SIM 14.53 8.97 2 9.83 5 9.93 9.71 -.06 +5.1 GpSuprvi n N SUPV 33.85 14.70 747 29.37 2280 32.31 28.86 -2.65 +.2tGpTelevisa N TV 27.37 16.65 2141 17.00 22896 18.35 16.64 -1.07 -8.9 GuangRy N GSH .62e 2.0 37.43 24.43 1 31.74 16 33.21 31.66 -1.26 -5.0 GuarntyBc Q GBNK .66 2.3 20 30.42 22.90 62 28.10 379 28.75 27.30 -.35 +1.6sGuarBcs n Q GNTY .56f 1.6 22 37.36 28.00 27 34.70 192 37.36 32.94 +1.55 +13.2 GuarFBc Q GFED .48f 2.1 16 23.71 15.89 1 22.85 5 22.85 22.63 +.55 +2.3 Guess N GES .90 5.5 34 19.62 9.56 987 16.44 6965 16.47 15.44 +1.42 -2.6 GuggBAB N GBAB 1.66 7.8 23.32 20.97 32 21.25 134 21.32 21.10 +.13 -6.5tGug 27Cp n N BSCR 20.12 19.27 37 19.27 53 19.56 19.26 -.12 -3.6 Gug 25Cp n N BSJP 25.23 23.98 5 24.25 27 24.53 24.15 -.20 -2.5 GugCrdAllo N GGM 2.18 9.6 24.03 21.65 14 22.65 70 22.88 22.39 +.03 +3.3 GuggChina N YAO .54e 1.5 39.91 26.72 2 36.11 14 38.22 35.48 -1.78 +3.4 GugSPEW N RSP 1.31e 1.3 107.44 88.88 924 100.41 4017 103.72 98.82 -2.10 -.6 GugRus50 N XLG 3.03e 1.6 204.48 164.06 24 192.99 133 199.55 189.91 -3.34 +1.6 GugSPVal N RPV 1.18e 1.8 71.34 57.12 32 66.12 418 68.33 64.88 -1.17 -.3 GugSPGth N RPG .59e .5 115.39 87.74 152 111.06 648 113.90 108.71 -1.30 +5.9 GuEqWREst N EWRE .27e 28.67 23.75 4 24.98 21 25.66 24.81 -.53 -10.0 GugMCVal N RFV .86e 1.3 73.80 59.99 4 67.24 20 69.17 65.74 -.03 -3.6 GugEMk EW N EWEM .56e 1.6 37.81 29.51 0 35.26 4 36.47 35.26 -1.01 +1.5 GugMC400E N EWMC 67.95 56.98 3 63.00 21 64.62 61.75 -.57 -2.0 GugSC600E N EWSC 58.12 47.01 0 53.08 5 54.60 52.31 -.97 -2.5 GugMCGth N RFG .75e .5 167.46 132.02 6 156.66 46 161.19 153.49 -2.87 +1.7 GugSCVal N RZV .67e 1.0 76.68 60.09 5 70.19 32 72.83 68.73 -1.29 -4.0 GugTotRet N GTO 53.54 50.36 4 52.09 33 52.34 51.99 -.04 -1.4 GugUtil N RYU 2.62e 3.3 91.25 77.44 4 80.44 23 82.83 80.08 -1.63 -6.2 GugSCGth N RZG .56e .5 122.75 96.51 7 112.72 47 115.66 109.94 -1.98 -1.6sGugTech N RYT 1.09e .7 158.19 118.33 73 154.98 364 158.19 151.39 -.07 +8.4 RydxMatls N RTM 1.19e 1.1 118.47 92.19 9 109.17 215 113.76 107.65 -4.07 -3.2 GugIndls N RGI .84e .7 127.94 101.45 10 119.07 57 124.77 117.19 -3.24 -1.3 GugHlthC N RYH .75e .4 199.28 157.13 34 182.56 160 188.41 179.04 -3.24 +1.6 GugFncl N RYF .93e 2.1 47.40 36.37 60 44.60 304 46.33 43.67 -.78 +1.0 GugEngy N RYE .79e 1.5 63.47 48.58 153 53.46 308 55.50 52.06 -1.50 -8.3 GugConStp N RHS 2.05e 1.6 138.61 119.71 118 128.82 196 131.29 126.54 -1.03 -3.6 GugCnsDis N RCD 1.12e 1.1 108.68 89.16 1 98.62 27 103.68 98.37 -3.32 -1.4 GugEnhEq N GPM .96 11.0 9.42 7.72 195 8.72 813 8.95 8.57 -.07 -2.0 GugChinTc N CQQQ .60e 1.0 67.24 40.04 86 62.40 877 64.73 60.29 -1.83 +2.9 GugWater N CGW .48e 1.4 36.40 29.81 47 33.17 260 34.66 32.90 -1.22 -6.7 GugCdnEn N ENY .49e 6.7 8.98 7.28 9 7.34 44 7.87 7.28 -.48 -12.5 GugSPHiInf N GHII 1.03e 4.1 29.49 24.92 5 25.17 111 26.23 25.05 -.91 -8.7 GugSolar N TAN .83e 3.4 26.70 17.00 86 24.31 601 25.08 23.71 -.60 -3.3tGugShippg N SEA 1.48e 13.7 12.70 10.68 57 10.78 530 11.24 10.62 -.41 -7.1 GugIntMult N HGI .59e 3.4 18.58 15.55 2 17.16 22 17.73 17.01 -.29 -1.6 GugChinSC N HAO .76e 2.5 33.23 24.27 30 30.51 89 31.39 29.82 -.59 +3.1 GugChRe N TAO .40e 1.4 33.38 21.79 13 29.47 86 30.60 28.86 -.72 +2.8 GugGTimb N CUT .52e 1.6 33.90 25.73 26 32.13 92 32.90 31.63 -.47 +1.0 Gug BRIC N EEB .41e 1.0 42.00 30.39 7 39.34 51 40.96 38.49 -1.29 +5.4 Gug 26CpBd N BSCQ 19.98 18.87 32 18.94 152 19.12 18.92 -.11 -3.9 Gug 24HYBd N BSJO 26.07 24.79 7 24.88 39 25.20 24.88 -.25 -2.9 GugDJIADv N DJD .02p 36.38 29.37 3 33.42 29 34.74 33.06 -.74 -2.2 GugHYBd23 N BSJN .15e 27.06 25.48 50 25.92 125 26.25 25.83 -.24 -1.7tGugCpBd25 N BSCP 20.95 19.96 31 19.99 241 20.16 19.94 -.12 -3.4 GugInsidr N NFO .90e 1.4 65.36 51.93 4 62.53 11 63.88 61.64 -.56 +.9 GugBlt22HY N BSJM 1.27 5.2 25.59 24.17 16 24.55 141 24.80 24.42 -.09 -1.5 GugB21HY N BSJL 1.27 5.2 25.32 24.22 91 24.59 390 24.85 24.47 -.12 -1.4 GugBlt24CB N BSCO .58 2.9 21.17 20.16 52 20.30 418 20.45 20.20 -.10 -2.8 GugBlt23CB N BSCN .65 3.2 21.34 20.32 46 20.36 368 20.50 20.36 -.11 -2.2 GugBlt22CB N BSCM .58e 2.8 21.72 20.73 87 20.75 740 20.85 20.73 -.07 -2.0tGugBlt21CB N BSCL .56 2.7 21.80 20.79 155 20.76 785 20.91 20.76 -.11 -1.8 ClayWilMic N WMCR .50e 1.5 37.04 28.92 6 34.18 10 34.18 31.64 +1.99 -7.4 GugB20HY N BSJK 1.30e 5.3 24.99 23.91 339 24.32 1427 24.50 24.21 -.12 -.9 GugB19HY N BSJJ 1.22e 5.0 24.79 23.84 268 24.24 812 24.38 24.15 -.08 -.6 GugB18HY N BSJI 1.28e 4.6 25.45 24.73 80 25.06 650 25.18 25.02 -.09 -.2 GugMultAs N CVY 1.07e 4.9 23.50 20.24 78 21.80 234 22.30 21.50 -.39 -2.8tGugCpBd20 N BSCK .61e 2.9 21.60 21.04 325 21.05 1165 21.10 21.02 -.04 -1.1tGugBlt19CB N BSCJ .47e 2.2 21.30 20.98 196 20.97 873 21.04 20.95 -.03 -.6 GugBlt18CB N BSCI .40e 1.8 21.37 21.08 247 21.09 702 21.13 21.08 -.02 GugSpinOff N CSD .70e 1.3 56.40 44.45 3 53.16 25 54.76 52.32 -1.37 +2.1 GugRJ SB1 N RYJ .59e 1.4 46.56 38.09 3 43.16 31 44.36 42.60 -.85 -.8 GugEShDur N GSY .65e 1.3 50.41 50.11 237 50.18 1030 50.25 50.16 -.03 +.1 GugMCCre N CZA 1.02e 1.6 68.99 57.28 16 64.74 72 66.59 63.76 -1.21 -1.3 GugGlDiv N LVL .52e 4.7 11.80 10.29 15 11.11 96 11.36 10.99 -.15 -1.9 GugDefEq N DEF .85e 1.8 49.26 40.95 8 46.47 71 47.88 45.79 -.71 -.1 GugStrOp N GOF 2.19 10.9 21.85 18.80 124 19.98 821 20.21 19.75 -.13 -7.4 Guidewire N GWRE 83.52 54.74 451 82.97 2480 83.40 78.96 +1.79 +11.7tGulfIsland Q GIFI .04 .5 13.95 8.00 59 8.25 619 11.80 8.00 -3.15 -38.5 GulfRes Q GURE 2 2.05 1.35 91 1.50 211 1.56 1.49 -.03 +2.0 GlfmrkOf n A GLF 34.96 17.80 11 29.50 67 29.80 28.89 +3.5 GulfportE Q GPOR 4 18.10 8.11 4654 10.42 24296 10.47 9.67 +.48 -18.3 Gyrodyne n Q GYRO 2.50e 22.84 18.91 19.75 13 20.61 19.21 -1.7H -:H&E Eqp Q HEES 1.10 2.7 13 41.72 17.44 761 40.18 2238 41.04 36.87 +1.48 -1.2 HCA Hldg N HCA .35p 15 106.84 71.18 2022 101.38 12266 102.98 98.04 +.89 +15.4 HCI Grp N HCI 1.40 4.0 14 49.25 27.11 112 35.14 470 36.69 34.20 -.43 +17.5tHCP Inc N HCP 1.48 6.8 12 33.67 21.48 3170 21.84 19284 22.64 21.48 -.52 -16.3 HD Supply Q HDS 14 43.95 28.97 1590 35.86 8908 37.17 34.75 -.68 -10.4 HDFC Bk N HDB .37e .4 110.77 70.74 465 98.42 2550 101.15 96.44 -.92 -3.2 HFF Inc N HF 1.80e 22 51.74 25.79 258 46.16 1382 49.09 45.19 -.87 -5.1 HMN Fn Q HMNF 17 19.45 16.60 0 18.61 3 19.10 18.61 -.59 -2.6 HMS Hldgs Q HMSY 37 20.90 11.01 963 16.94 3556 16.99 15.73 +.72 -.1 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 9 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, March 3, 2018

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HNI Corp N HNI 1.14 3.0 17 48.32 31.16 271 37.44 886 39.89 36.63 -1.92 -2.9 HP Inc N HPQ .53 2.3 14 24.10 17.03 10112 23.57 74009 23.90 22.55 +1.44 +12.2 HRG Grp N HRG 20.17 14.22 3970 16.26 24302 17.08 15.03 +.36 -4.1 HSBC N HSBC 1.50e 3.0 55.89 39.63 2284 49.48 10620 51.16 48.93 -1.75 -4.2 HSBC prA N HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 27.38 25.40 36 25.77 223 26.29 25.74 +.10 -.2 HSBC Cap N HSEA 2.03 7.5 27.99 26.34 139 26.90 416 27.02 26.81 +.13 -1.6 HSBC Cap2 N HSEB 2.00 7.6 27.59 24.99 220 26.33 873 26.82 26.29 +.12 -1.9 HTG Mol h Q HTGM 13.25 1.25 756 4.54 5534 5.04 4.03 -.36 +123.6 HV Bcp n Q HVBC .50e 18.50 13.74 3 14.65 29 14.97 14.42 +.02 -3.7 HabitRest Q HABT 40 19.75 8.10 914 9.15 3586 9.50 8.60 +.10 -4.2 HackettGp Q HCKT .30f 1.6 21 20.48 13.24 92 18.26 582 18.41 17.73 -.08 +16.2sHaemonet N HAE 66 72.42 37.92 329 71.57 2526 72.42 69.15 +1.58 +23.2sHailiang n Q HLG 60.90 7.02 261 62.15 856 63.01 56.16 +1.80 +37.5 HainCels lf Q HAIN 45.61 31.01 670 34.75 5973 35.31 33.80 -.10 -18.0 HalconRs n N HK 9.07 3.69 4567 5.35 21816 7.12 5.33 -1.64 -29.3 HalladorE Q HNRG .16 2.6 24 9.08 4.79 91 6.25 320 6.62 6.16 -.08 +2.6 Hallibrtn N HAL .72 1.6 57.86 38.18 6134 46.03 41113 48.94 45.17 -2.42 -5.8 HallmkFn Q HALL 11.83 9.42 10 10.08 96 10.24 9.75 +.08 -3.4 Halozyme Q HALO 52 21.13 11.41 1041 19.90 5419 20.32 19.36 +.03 -1.8 HalyrdHlt N HYH 23 50.99 35.24 424 46.73 2700 50.35 45.89 -1.18 +1.2 HamiltnBc Q HBK 15.99 14.00 14.77 3 14.80 14.77 -.01 -4.1 HamBchBr N HBB .34 1.4 41.00 24.08 33 25.01 152 25.25 24.11 +.48 -2.6 HamilLa n Q HLNE .70 2.0 40.43 17.32 701 35.02 4487 38.00 33.60 -1.47 -1.0 HancHld Q HBHC .96 1.8 21 56.20 41.05 654 52.70 3105 54.35 50.65 -.36 +6.5 HancHld 45 Q HBHCL 1.49 5.9 26.73 24.75 10 25.09 63 25.47 25.00 -.05 -3.8 HancFinOp N BTO 1.48 3.8 41.00 31.24 58 39.27 222 40.25 38.17 +.07 -.2 HanJS N JHS .87e 6.1 15.12 13.92 17 14.24 79 14.65 14.22 -.25 -4.1 HanJI N JHI 1.45e 8.5 18.85 16.43 30 17.05 93 17.17 16.85 +.04 -2.6 HanPrmDv N PDT 1.08a 7.3 17.33 14.50 64 14.78 385 15.14 14.77 -.19 -13.7 HanPfEq N HPI 1.68 8.3 22.58 19.73 53 20.25 205 20.35 20.11 +.08 -5.5 HanPfd2 N HPF 1.68 8.4 22.71 19.39 40 19.89 208 20.14 19.82 -.01 -7.4 HanPfd3 N HPS 1.47 8.5 19.48 16.80 46 17.34 307 17.52 17.31 +.04 -7.5 HanTxAdv N HTD 1.45 6.7 26.79 21.00 56 21.65 440 22.10 21.53 -.25 -12.2 Hanesbds s N HBI .60 3.0 10 25.73 18.57 5434 19.99 26165 20.49 19.15 +.05 -4.4 HanmiFin Q HAFC .96f 3.1 17 34.55 25.45 199 31.10 738 31.95 30.25 -.45 +2.5tHannArms N HASI 1.32 7.3 25 25.28 17.51 515 18.03 3082 19.39 17.33 -.74 -25.1 HanoverIns N THG 2.16 2.0 59 116.32 79.23 112 107.87 732 111.35 105.13 -1.50 -.2 HanovIns53 N THGA 1.59 6.3 26.00 25.02 5 25.39 28 25.41 25.25 +.08 +.3 Hanwha rs Q HQCL 9.69 6.09 21 8.26 126 9.00 7.80 -.30 +17.7 HarbrOne n Q HONE 22.29 15.92 20 19.59 198 20.00 19.10 -.19 +2.2 Hardinge Q HDNG .08 .4 37 19.47 9.97 83 18.41 439 18.73 18.33 +.02 +5.7tHarleyD N HOG 1.48f 3.3 14 63.40 44.52 4232 44.20 22329 47.36 43.48 -2.41 -13.1 Harmonic Q HLIT 6.18 2.80 661 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Q HIHO .32e 7.2 4.70 3.10 10 4.44 46 4.70 4.25 -.01 +5.7 HighwdPrp N HIW 1.85f 4.3 19 53.34 41.83 652 43.00 3470 44.30 42.37 -1.17 -15.5 Hill Intl N HIL 5.80 3.70 35 5.60 536 5.80 5.43 -.15 +2.8 Hill-Rom N HRC .72 .9 21 91.11 65.09 395 82.58 2375 84.97 80.70 -1.48 -2.0 HillenInc N HI .83 1.9 21 46.50 34.65 233 44.20 1360 45.80 43.05 -.95 -1.1 HillmCT pf A HLMp 2.90 8.4 36.95 32.26 1 34.69 19 36.78 34.55 -.16 +1.0 HilltopH N HTH .28f 1.1 13 28.86 21.47 192 24.59 1396 25.54 23.89 -.40 -2.9 HilGrVa n N HGV 45.87 27.92 855 44.45 3798 44.60 42.58 +.39 +6.0 Hilton N HLT .60 .8 40 88.11 55.79 2740 78.90 16380 84.29 77.23 -4.76 -1.2 HimaxTch Q HIMX .24e 2.9 49 13.95 6.40 2324 8.30 15912 8.88 7.81 -.04 -20.3 HingmSv Q HIFS 1.36a .7 17 242.00 148.02 4 199.90 22 211.85 197.01 -7.55 -3.4 Histogenics Q HSGX 3.13 1.55 25 2.67 101 2.69 2.50 +.08 +30.2 HoeghLP N HMLP 1.72 9.9 11 20.65 16.75 64 17.35 398 18.01 17.20 +.10 -7.0 Hoegh pfA N HMLPpA 2.19 8.5 27.42 25.02 4 25.65 79 25.91 25.60 +.02 -4.7 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IAC 1.36 .9 57 154.53 72.00 560 152.53 3811 154.53 145.01 -1.46 +24.7 IAMGld g N IAG 1.52f 28.7 88 7.25 3.36 3932 5.30 20495 5.46 5.09 -.13 -9.1 ICAD Q ICAD 6.07 2.93 54 3.63 302 3.75 3.28 +.34 +5.5 ICC Hld n Q ICCH 18.00 14.20 3 15.02 34 15.50 14.54 +.10 -7.7sICF Intl Q ICFI .14p 18 60.00 40.20 223 59.85 828 60.00 55.40 +3.80 +14.0 ICICI Bk N IBN .16e 1.7 11.26 7.36 4815 9.43 35342 10.14 9.24 -.60 -3.1sICU Med Q ICUI 240.20 142.01 312 242.00 729 249.00 220.00 +9.55 +12.0 IClickInt n Q ICLK 11.40 5.05 84 6.74 441 7.11 6.09 +.66 -25.5 ID Syst Q IDSY 8.05 5.50 30 6.90 70 7.57 6.18 -.52 -.6 IdexxLab s Q IDXX 60 198.73 142.50 540 185.77 2978 191.90 180.33 -1.84 +18.8 IDT Cp N IDT .76 6.5 19.50 9.70 163 11.63 1809 12.41 10.96 +.58 +9.7 IEC Elec A IEC 5.05 3.35 15 4.37 69 4.49 4.14 +.22 +6.1 IES Hldgs Q IESC 26 20.32 14.05 45 15.80 187 16.30 15.05 -.15 -8.4 IF Bancp Q IROQ .20f 1.0 23 20.75 19.10 19.99 9 20.10 19.88 -.06 +1.7 IFresh n Q IFMK 23.43 10.00 11 10.50 44 12.02 10.15 -1.38 -19.1 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2.32e 1.3 194.94 163.20 9 182.88 45 187.33 179.99 -2.68 -1.5 iShEMInfr Q EMIF .93e 2.9 35.28 29.82 2 32.23 17 33.38 31.85 -1.28 -2.0 iShGClnEn Q ICLN .33e 3.5 9.77 8.31 94 9.36 354 9.60 9.18 -.10 +.4 iShUSAgBd N AGG 2.65e 2.3 110.66 106.26 3529 106.46 30801 106.95 106.36 -.17 -2.6 iShEMkts N EEM .59e 1.2 52.08 37.39 72755 48.13 434027 50.18 47.11 -1.59 +2.1 iShACWX Q ACWX 1.00e 2.0 53.74 42.14 503 49.62 2262 51.51 48.97 -1.44 -.7 iShiBoxIG N LQD 3.87 3.3 121.85 115.62 5335 116.25 37329 117.75 116.19 -.96 -4.4 iSh ACWI Q ACWI 1.43e 2.0 77.54 62.21 2207 72.21 14861 74.79 71.16 -1.78 +.2 iSKokusai N TOK 1.60e 2.5 69.65 57.33 3 65.00 4124 67.56 63.87 -1.67 +.6 iShCorUSTr N GOVT .33 1.3 25.60 24.42 951 24.50 4597 24.59 24.45 -.01 -2.3 iSEafeSC Q SCZ 1.51e 2.3 69.19 52.52 1725 64.64 6242 66.74 63.88 -1.67 +.2 iSGblTelcm N IXP 2.31e 4.0 62.55 56.15 13 57.64 105 59.40 57.07 -.95 -4.8 iShEMBd Q EMB 5.27e 4.7 117.46 111.06 3031 112.17 21018 113.19 111.74 -.51 -3.4 iShGblTech N IXN 1.10e .7 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-1.7 iSGblInfra N IGF 1.27e 3.0 46.80 40.34 391 42.54 1809 44.00 42.24 -1.16 -5.9 iShNANatR N IGE .85e 2.6 38.02 30.59 88 32.73 309 34.10 32.16 -1.05 -7.6 iSh JPXNik N JPXN 70.78 55.07 7 64.89 20 67.56 64.01 -2.03 -.1 iShUSAVal N VLUE 1.49e 1.8 89.40 71.21 489 83.67 2675 86.75 82.20 -1.44 +.1 iShLatAm N ILF .60e 1.6 39.54 28.00 1027 37.77 7445 39.22 36.91 -1.08 +10.5 iShUSAMo N MTUM .81e .7 113.60 81.26 957 108.49 4973 112.62 106.10 -2.29 +5.2 iShMrnMCV N JKI 2.72e 1.7 168.36 142.90 9 155.81 66 161.04 154.47 -3.77 -2.3 iShPhilpns N EPHE .20e .6 40.19 33.51 542 36.16 1505 36.93 35.63 -.63 -6.9 iSSP500Val N IVE 2.14e 1.9 121.12 101.78 793 111.43 5197 115.84 109.98 -2.65 -2.5 iShNMuBd N MUB 2.59 2.4 111.66 107.62 520 108.38 2430 108.74 108.30 -.24 -2.1 iShUKSC bt A EWUS 1.38e 3.3 46.20 35.21 0 42.35 4 43.65 42.35 -1.33 -2.9 iSRTop200V N IWX 1.17e 2.3 55.82 47.21 42 51.66 110 53.54 50.98 -.82 -1.4 iShIntlDev N WPS 1.16e 3.0 42.27 34.59 6 38.46 9288 39.60 38.04 -.70 -2.6 iShAsia50 N AIA 1.02e 1.5 72.96 50.04 171 67.41 723 70.00 66.12 -1.98 +2.1 iSh20 yrT N TLT 3.05 2.6 129.57 116.49 10064 118.35 52946 119.62 117.26 +.22 -6.7 iSRTop200G N IWY .82e 1.1 79.55 60.38 61 75.73 323 78.37 74.35 -1.53 +3.5 iSh7-10yTB Q IEF 1.96 1.9 108.81 101.47 2141 102.07 16099 102.61 101.74 -.06 -3.3 iShRTop200 N IWL 1.02e 1.6 66.19 53.06 7 62.38 51 64.47 61.39 -1.02 +1.5 iShIntSelDv N IDV 1.51e 4.2 35.93 30.57 611 33.22 5265 34.36 32.90 -.92 -1.7tiSh1-3yTB Q SHY .52 .6 84.72 83.36 1717 83.43 9792 83.54 83.36 -.04 -.5 iS Eafe N EFA 1.66e 2.4 75.27 60.25 35512 69.42 161893 72.03 68.57 -1.92 -1.3 iShGerSC bt A EWGS .69e 1.1 70.42 44.49 15 63.66 82 66.54 63.20 -2.48 -1.0 iShEurRE Q IFEU .87e 2.2 42.63 32.60 2 39.25 17 40.41 38.70 -1.03 -4.7 iSRusMCV N IWS 1.59e 1.8 92.95 80.79 651 86.60 2026 89.18 85.19 -1.77 -2.9 iShCrLTBd N ILTB 2.54 4.2 65.21 59.80 29 60.81 80 61.47 60.56 -.31 -6.1 iSRusMCG N IWP 1.02e .8 130.04 101.75 399 123.37 1971 126.27 120.93 -1.77 +2.3 iShIntlRE Q IFGL 1.09e 3.7 31.77 26.79 147 29.35 1143 30.12 29.06 -.44 -2.2 iShEuroSC Q IEUS 1.08e 1.9 62.36 45.69 23 57.49 101 59.46 56.97 -1.51 -.6 iShNorC bt A ENOR .58e 2.2 28.35 21.36 10 26.71 33 27.49 26.39 -.71 +3.5 iShRusMid N IWR 2.85e 1.4 220.02 182.96 123 206.93 1272 212.57 203.35 -3.64 -.6 iShMrnSC N JKJ 1.78e 1.0 182.30 153.97 2 170.43 12 173.42 166.32 -1.40 -2.1 iShIreland N EIRL .55e 1.2 50.12 39.29 10 45.90 146 47.53 45.69 -1.32 -4.4 iSCorSPMid N IJH 1.89e 1.0 199.91 166.58 1294 187.84 5701 192.18 184.07 -2.58 -1.0 iSh10yCBd N CLY 2.67 4.5 63.67 57.64 44 59.33 1698 60.28 59.00 -.58 -6.1 iShiBxHYB N HYG 5.09 5.9 89.04 84.07 18638 85.75 77184 86.68 85.27 -.64 -1.7 iShFinlC bt A EFNL .51e 1.2 43.41 33.74 6 41.78 42 43.40 41.47 -1.21 +6.0siShSft N IGV .12e .1 174.56 123.24 204 173.55 959 174.56 168.05 +1.45 +12.3 iShCorUS n N FTY 51.01 43.20 65 43.95 528 45.17 43.50 -.93 -11.4 iShDenC bt A EDEN .81e 1.2 71.11 52.83 7 67.68 58 70.51 67.21 -2.14 +.1siShs SOX Q SOXX 1.15e .6 189.72 129.86 464 185.05 2834 189.72 179.48 +1.84 +9.0 iShIndia50 Q INDY .15e .4 39.29 30.26 185 35.78 1711 36.80 35.27 -.77 -3.6siShNetw N IGN .25e .5 52.30 43.70 3 51.57 30 52.30 50.28 +.57 +6.4siShNATch N IGM .73e .4 189.04 135.28 114 184.88 278 189.04 179.81 -.45 +9.5 iShNsdBio s Q IBB 119.30 94.20 4070 109.65 18686 111.94 105.16 -1.03 +2.7 iShResRE N REZ 2.01e 3.6 67.72 53.83 12 55.16 86 56.46 54.75 -.96 -11.4 iSh2019Mun N IBMH .27 1.1 25.65 24.92 57 25.34 182 25.42 25.33 -.06 +.1 iShC&SRE N ICF 2.97e 3.3 104.37 88.40 100 90.34 766 93.00 89.46 -1.63 -10.8 iShKLDSoc N DSI 1.11e 1.1 106.16 85.17 39 99.49 195 103.03 97.85 -2.07 +1.3 iShGbl100 N IOO 2.14e 2.3 98.94 80.36 14 92.30 88 95.67 91.00 -2.21 -.3 iSh2018Mu N IBMG .23 .9 25.61 25.32 87 25.36 219 25.42 25.35 -.04 -.1 iShConsSv N IYC 1.50e .8 198.53 156.55 28 186.02 144 191.45 182.86 -3.86 +3.8 iShMBS Q MBB 3.04e 2.4 107.76 103.98 437 104.08 4005 104.57 104.00 -.24 -2.4 iShGvCrBd N GBF 2.86 2.6 115.65 110.21 1 110.84 694 111.40 110.78 -.35 -2.7 iShIndia bt A INDA .24e .7 38.21 29.67 5614 34.46 26030 35.60 33.89 -.89 -4.5 iSR1KVal N IWD 2.41e 2.0 131.56 112.39 1231 122.08 7846 126.51 120.26 -2.44 -1.8 iSMrnSCG N JKK .87e .5 188.81 148.72 1 182.06 13 184.29 177.17 -1.44 +1.5 iShPoland N EPOL .42e 1.6 30.19 20.79 523 26.31 2117 27.55 25.71 -.98 -2.9 iSMCGth N IJK 1.88e .9 230.66 186.30 90 217.48 459 222.38 213.29 -2.99 +.8 iShIntGvC N GVI 1.99 1.8 111.75 107.80 66 107.90 849 108.39 107.84 -.28 -1.7 iSR1KGr N IWF 1.45e 1.0 146.15 111.69 1190 139.20 7073 143.69 136.58 -2.61 +3.4 iSIndiaSC bt A SMIN .10e .2 55.13 38.40 246 48.39 660 50.05 47.80 -1.28 -8.0 iShCorUSCr Q CRED 4.20 3.9 112.93 108.03 107 108.45 520 109.30 108.29 -.57 -3.2 iSRus1K N IWB 2.36e 1.6 159.31 128.86 1443 149.81 6130 154.94 147.36 -2.92 +.8 iSR2KVal N IWN 1.98e 1.6 131.46 112.01 815 122.38 5584 125.85 119.57 -2.05 -2.7tiShIntCrBd Q CIU 3.09 2.9 110.70 107.00 540 106.98 2838 107.52 106.88 -.39 -2.0tiSh1-3CrBd Q CSJ 1.52 1.5 105.61 103.70 420 103.74 1702 103.99 103.70 -.20 -.8 iSR2KGr N IWO 1.36e .7 198.30 156.37 485 191.10 2896 194.51 185.09 -.77 +2.4 iSh10-20TB N TLH 2.99 2.3 140.10 128.88 18 129.93 218 130.80 129.37 -.03 -4.5siShFltRtB N FLOT .32 .6 51.10 50.76 1726 50.93 10097 51.10 50.92 -.08 +.2 iShR2K N IWM 1.77e 1.2 160.63 132.40 31838 152.30 134090 155.88 148.38 -1.67 -.1 iSh3-7yTrB Q IEI 1.78 1.5 124.98 119.72 616 120.02 1891 120.36 119.83 -.12 -1.8 iShCorHiDv N HDV 2.90e 3.4 94.20 82.07 297 86.06 2482 88.94 85.06 -1.20 -4.5 iSCorUSVal s Q IUSV 58.64 49.35 289 54.07 2513 56.12 53.31 -1.19 -2.4 iSCorUSGr s Q IUSG 58.35 44.44 303 55.79 1439 57.63 54.73 -.98 +3.8 iShChina N MCHI .61e .9 76.72 48.06 3887 68.98 15702 73.09 67.22 -3.36 +3.7 iShShtTrB Q SHV .03e 110.41 110.18 624 110.20 4606 110.31 110.19 -.09 iShUSPfd Q PFF 2.13a 5.7 39.28 36.52 1856 37.27 12069 37.60 37.18 -.03 -2.1 iSEafeMnV N EFAV 2.81e 3.9 76.51 63.85 415 72.66 2551 74.86 71.97 -1.43 -.4 iSRus3K N IWV 2.47e 1.6 169.20 137.10 228 159.30 1551 164.56 156.66 -3.05 +.7 iSGblMatl N MXI 1.02e 1.5 75.19 57.49 68 68.45 536 72.19 67.47 -3.09 -2.3 iShUtils N IDU 4.54e 3.7 142.50 119.51 34 123.11 214 127.27 122.37 -3.67 -7.3 iSUSAMinV N USMV .87e 1.7 55.45 47.44 2494 51.98 11018 53.52 51.38 -.89 -1.5 iSMrnSCV N JKL 2.98e 2.1 158.15 134.66 3 143.89 24 148.91 141.03 -2.71 -5.5 iShMCVal N IJJ 2.16e 1.4 166.09 142.74 76 155.48 421 159.07 152.24 -2.03 -2.9 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, March 3, 2018 2 0 1 8 0 3 0 3 m m 1 0 p d f 1 0 3 M a r 1 8 0 1 : 3 2 : 4 8

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iShGblUtil N JXI 1.99e 4.3 53.07 45.15 10 46.66 40 48.08 46.33 -1.26 -5.8 iShTelecm N IYZ .68e 2.4 34.77 26.56 709 28.05 2357 28.66 27.66 -.18 -4.6siShTech N IYW 1.20e .7 178.84 132.14 227 174.30 1514 178.84 169.83 -.81 +7.1 iShGblIndl N EXI 1.40e 1.5 100.28 78.93 39 91.40 2538 95.92 90.51 -3.49 -1.6 iShGblCStp N KXI 2.19e 2.2 109.16 97.37 26 100.02 75 102.56 98.68 -1.67 -5.6 iShREst N IYR 2.76e 3.8 83.27 71.27 6745 72.97 44189 75.25 72.26 -1.89 -9.9 iSGblCnDis N RXI 1.39e 1.2 119.68 94.23 9 112.40 73 116.44 110.84 -3.12 +2.8 iSh0-5Tips N STIP 101.58 99.37 143 99.79 717 99.84 99.55 +.11 -.1 iShHmCnst N ITB .09e .2 46.56 30.86 3605 38.61 21140 41.01 37.87 -1.77 -11.7 iShInds N IYJ 1.65e 1.1 158.32 123.05 83 146.89 383 153.93 144.68 -4.29 -.3siShAerosp N ITA 1.31e .7 206.56 145.00 353 199.41 2674 206.56 195.50 -3.60 +6.0 iShHltcare N IYH 3.01e 1.7 193.31 153.57 127 176.75 540 182.79 173.43 -3.32 +1.4 iShFinSv N IYG 1.21e .9 142.14 104.88 126 135.70 514 141.04 132.69 -2.68 +4.0siShRegBks N IAT .61e 1.2 54.17 41.83 146 52.54 795 54.17 51.03 -.74 +6.6 iShInsur N IAK .82e 1.3 69.95 58.56 5 64.05 47 66.61 63.17 -1.42 -3.8 iShFincls N IYF 1.45e 1.2 126.54 101.16 288 119.48 1882 124.10 117.40 -2.54 siShBroker N IAI .65e 1.0 67.79 48.95 29 65.79 245 67.79 64.43 -.06 +4.8 iShUSEngy N IYE 1.14e 3.1 42.87 33.70 772 36.72 6135 38.27 35.95 -.98 -7.4 iShESGSel N KLD 1.14e 1.0 119.20 96.65 34 112.25 132 116.08 110.54 -2.10 +1.1 iShCrSPS s N IJR 80.68 66.54 2825 76.67 16169 78.65 74.68 -1.09 -.2 iShMedDev N IHI 1.57e .9 194.27 149.14 42 181.87 864 187.90 178.75 -2.74 +4.8 iShConsGd N IYK 2.43e 2.0 130.93 117.36 88 121.19 232 124.39 119.20 -1.95 -4.4 iShHltcPrv N IHF .24e .1 172.85 130.95 8 162.32 66 165.18 158.45 +.33 +3.5 iShCorTInt N IXUS 1.28e 2.0 67.93 53.00 598 62.79 2838 65.11 61.95 -1.81 -.5 iShPharm N IHE 3.11e 1.0 166.06 141.76 5 150.46 39 156.39 146.65 -3.24 -2.5 iShBasM N IYM 1.42e 1.4 108.32 85.86 211 100.02 1498 104.32 98.98 -3.92 -2.1 iShPeru N EPU .70e 1.7 44.42 32.31 24 42.14 163 42.29 41.50 +.24 +2.8 iShCorEafe N IEFA 1.56e 2.4 70.84 56.05 9099 65.47 39425 67.85 64.64 -1.80 -.9 iShOilEq N IEZ .86e 2.6 43.97 29.57 38 32.62 337 34.56 31.57 -1.44 -9.2 iShDJ US N IYY 2.01e 1.5 143.07 115.99 23 134.72 263 139.06 132.61 -2.37 +.8 iShO&GEx N IEO 1.06e 1.7 70.54 50.49 67 61.13 407 63.41 59.36 -1.67 -5.9 iShAggrAllo N AOA .98e 1.8 56.94 49.06 79 53.69 392 55.20 53.10 -.99 -.4tiShCrShUS s Q ISTB 50.47 49.19 148 49.27 1162 49.37 49.19 -.06 -1.1 iShEurope N IEV 1.12e 2.4 50.81 40.14 902 46.33 3619 48.09 45.79 -1.42 -2.0 iShGroAllo N AOR .81e 1.8 46.77 41.67 102 44.58 720 45.52 44.00 -.67 -.8 iSRusMic N IWC 1.08e 1.1 100.89 81.65 13 96.75 89 98.06 94.00 -.06 +1.1 iShModAllo N AOM .71e 1.9 39.05 35.81 157 37.70 624 38.25 37.46 -.35 -.9 iShMorMl bt A IYLD 1.33e 5.1 25.96 24.39 30 24.76 241 25.26 24.62 -.28 -4.1 iSMsciVal N EFV 1.66e 3.0 59.57 48.90 602 54.70 3514 56.71 54.04 -1.46 -.9 iSSCVal N IJS 1.73e 1.1 160.55 132.50 66 150.53 445 155.38 147.21 -2.88 -2.0 iShConsAllo N AOK .64e 1.9 35.27 32.79 89 34.14 352 34.57 33.98 -.26 -1.5 iShEafeGr N EFG 1.37e 1.7 85.81 66.84 164 79.55 5347 82.43 78.55 -2.13 -1.5 iShSCGrth Q IJT 1.41e .8 179.73 147.58 145 172.61 445 176.10 166.99 -1.82 +1.4 iShB3-18xF s N IBCC 24.73 24.55 3 24.58 17 24.65 24.58 -.05 -.1tiShiB3-20F s N IBCD 24.82 24.30 1 24.33 34 24.40 24.30 -.03 -.8 iShiB3-23x s N IBCE 24.76 23.64 1 23.64 14 23.82 23.64 -.20 -2.6 iShBd3-18 s N IBDB 25.67 25.49 3 25.53 23 25.59 25.52 -.05 -.2tiShBd3-23 s N IBDD 26.95 25.80 3 25.83 25 26.01 25.79 -.14 -2.4tiShBd3-20 s N IBDC 26.38 25.88 7 25.90 50 25.99 25.88 -.07 -.7 iStar N STAR 5 12.68 9.75 711 10.04 3845 10.76 9.90 -.36 -11.2 iStar pfD N STARpD 2.00 8.0 26.12 24.29 1 24.95 14 25.38 24.90 +.09 -1.7 iStar pfG N STARpG 1.91 7.7 25.94 23.56 9 24.93 18 25.02 24.26 +.49 -2.3 iStar pfI N STARpI 1.87 7.6 25.94 23.65 0 24.70 21 24.85 24.43 +.47 -1.9 ITT Inc N ITT .54f 1.1 19 57.62 36.93 590 49.45 3101 53.71 48.57 -3.22 -7.3 Itus Cp hrs Q ITUS 6.43 .60 224 3.26 917 3.50 3.10 -.10 +38.1 Iberiabnk Q IBKC 1.48 1.8 21 87.55 68.55 237 81.90 1246 84.35 79.20 -1.55 +5.7 Iberia pfB Q IBKCP 1.66 6.2 30.50 25.82 8 26.80 72 26.82 26.31 +.30 -5.5 Iberiab pfC Q IBKCO 1.65 6.2 28.92 26.21 1 26.75 5 27.24 26.65 -.48 -4.8 iBio A IBIO .56 .14 1364 .21 4478 .22 .19 +.01 +16.4 Icahn Ent Q IEP 7.00f 12.3 23 59.88 47.06 196 56.97 728 58.68 54.58 -.02 +7.5 IchorHld n Q ICHR 12 35.51 16.82 1155 25.30 5925 26.51 24.11 -.45 +2.8 Icon PLC Q ICLR 30 124.48 76.46 403 115.11 1603 116.04 110.25 +.22 +2.6 IconixBrnd Q ICON 1 8.30 1.10 1052 1.41 5034 1.48 1.30 -.04 +9.3 Idacorp N IDA 2.36 2.9 20 100.04 79.59 270 81.61 1394 85.25 80.45 -3.37 -10.7 IdealPower Q IPWR 3.59 1.06 617 1.32 1243 1.33 1.16 +.09 -7.0 Identive lf Q INVE 7.81 2.55 25 3.89 147 4.01 3.67 -.18 +16.5 IderaPhm Q IDRA 2.87 1.32 1073 1.86 8384 1.90 1.71 -.01 -11.8 IDEX N IEX 1.48 1.1 32 148.32 89.69 378 137.45 1439 142.68 134.15 -2.79 +4.2 iKangHlth Q KANG 22 16.96 11.70 176 16.73 1108 16.85 16.10 +.57 +5.9sIkonics Q IKNX 13.03 7.25 13 10.15 64 13.03 9.51 +.92 +35.0 ITW N ITW 3.12 2.0 33 179.07 129.17 1339 158.56 6236 167.04 156.29 -5.40 -5.0 Illumina Q ILMN 46 248.97 158.02 866 229.19 3918 235.43 221.49 -4.65 +4.9 ImageSens Q ISNS 3.85 2.50 3 2.87 37 3.10 2.86 -.09 -2.9 Imax Corp N IMAX 34.60 17.58 2353 20.95 9028 24.00 19.68 -2.25 -9.5 Immersn h Q IMMR 12.22 5.76 768 11.67 6237 12.05 11.01 +.32 +65.3 ImmuCell Q ICCC 81 9.25 5.00 6 7.30 37 7.54 7.22 +.10 -17.0tImmuneDs Q IMDZ 13.05 2.80 411 3.25 2188 3.40 2.80 -16.7tImmuneP rs Q IMNP 5.02 .32 1484 .40 5210 .42 .32 +.03 -30.7 ImunoCll rs A IMUC 3.60 .17 722 .26 4397 .28 .24 -.01 -19.3 ImunoGn Q IMGN 12.05 2.74 1954 11.32 11495 11.48 10.70 +.13 +76.6 Imunmd Q IMMU 18.93 4.73 1736 16.96 8742 17.42 15.82 -.05 +5.0 Immuron n Q IMRN 11.69 4.47 11 8.08 71 10.86 7.90 -1.62 +52.8 Immutep Q IMMP 3.24 1.25 13 1.85 122 1.86 1.79 +.06 +17.8 ImpacMtg A IMH 4 17.40 7.84 10 9.40 76 9.50 8.80 +.47 -7.5 ImpaxLabs Q IPXL 25.70 7.75 1425 19.50 7329 21.55 18.60 -.80 +17.1tImpOil g A IMO .64f 2.4 53 32.81 26.52 342 26.58 1795 27.99 26.39 -.61 -14.8 Imperva Q IMPV 52.40 37.17 326 47.60 1790 48.35 46.00 -.35 +19.9 Impinj n Q PI 60.85 9.95 623 13.32 3927 13.92 12.41 +.48 -40.9 ImprimisP Q IMMY 4.69 1.35 178 1.89 818 1.95 1.75 +.11 +11.2 Incyte Q INCY 153.15 80.85 1274 86.61 7939 91.28 81.25 -1.19 -8.6 IndCDrillg N ICD 6.18 2.72 177 4.13 917 4.48 3.85 -.24 +3.8 IndepHld N IHC .12f .4 25 30.05 16.55 7 28.70 30 29.55 28.15 -.55 +4.6 IndepRT N IRT .72a 8.4 17 10.63 8.26 1297 8.62 3680 8.80 8.43 -.05 -14.6 IndBkMA Q INDB 1.28 1.8 23 76.30 58.30 46 71.20 287 73.65 68.80 -.65 +1.9 IndBkMI Q IBCP .60 2.6 20 24.20 18.50 65 23.20 391 23.70 22.55 -.25 +3.8 IndepBkTX Q IBTX .48f .7 23 75.95 51.71 81 72.65 420 74.15 69.65 +.05 +7.5 IndiaFd N IFN 1.82e 1.8 28.81 23.20 105 25.56 467 26.15 25.26 -.43 -2.1 IndiaGCap A IGC 1.63 .28 356 .71 3553 .74 .68 +.03 -29.0 IndoTel s N TLK .67 36.19 28.12 203 29.45 1851 29.90 29.02 -.24 -8.6 IndusAcq n Q INDU 9.85 9.65 1 9.76 1227 9.83 9.76 -.04 +.1 IndusAc un Q INDUU 10.46 9.95 10.45 234 10.45 10.26 +.14 +4.0 IndSvAm lf Q IDSA 2.64 .96 60 2.16 329 2.48 2.01 +.09 +31.7 IndLogis n Q ILPT 24.00 17.21 177 20.70 1252 21.21 19.87 -.34 -11.3 IndBach N IBA .87e 1.5 67.61 47.76 3 59.03 25 59.37 56.61 +.62 +3.0 Infinera Q INFN 12.38 6.10 2418 10.41 9704 10.47 9.70 +.46 +64.5 InnityPh Q INFI 3.84 .93 789 2.07 2237 2.12 1.82 +.22 +2.0sInfPrCas Q IPCC 2.32 2.0 29 122.45 83.00 219 118.85 1016 122.45 116.60 -.95 +12.1 InaRx n Q IFRX 34.86 14.47 37 27.60 300 33.98 25.82 -4.40 +31.7 InfoSvcs Q III .20f 4.8 5 4.63 2.95 72 4.21 188 4.48 4.02 -.11 +1.0 InfoSonc rs Q IFON 5.20 1.21 88 1.48 947 1.60 1.27 +.24 +3.0 Infosys N INFY .40e 2.2 18 18.71 13.88 3310 17.75 26494 17.97 17.37 -.21 +9.4 InfrREIT n N HIFR 1.00 5.4 16 23.22 16.64 151 18.42 1108 19.72 18.01 -1.22 -.9 InfuSystem A INFU 2.45 1.20 6 2.25 21 2.30 2.25 -.05 -2.2 IngerRd N IR 1.80 2.1 20 97.67 77.26 2832 86.29 11450 91.77 84.05 -3.86 -3.3sIngevity N NGVT 82.10 53.62 352 75.95 1770 82.10 72.72 -5.30 +7.8 InglesMk h Q IMKTA .66 2.0 14 48.25 20.75 69 33.10 491 33.65 31.85 +1.10 -4.3 Ingredion N INGR 2.40 1.8 18 146.28 113.42 240 131.20 1884 132.15 128.04 +2.47 -6.2 InnerWkgs Q INWK 23 12.03 8.19 304 9.31 1404 9.71 8.90 +.31 -7.2 Innodata Q INOD 2.40 .88 4 1.17 99 1.24 1.12 +.05 -14.0 Innophos Q IPHS 1.92 4.5 38 54.98 40.45 157 42.37 1037 44.25 41.22 -1.02 -9.3 Innospec Q IOSP .78f 1.2 26 74.30 54.10 99 64.10 630 70.60 62.13 -4.65 -9.2 InnovBio rs Q INNT 23.50 3.43 1555 9.48 1737 14.93 4.55 +4.29 +55.4 InnovInd n N IIPR 1.00f 4.0 36.88 15.45 79 24.98 522 26.09 23.63 -.91 -22.7 InnoInd pfA N IIPRpA 28.80 25.50 3 27.08 8 27.45 27.00 -.05 -3.1 InnovSolu Q ISSC 11 4.54 2.60 6 3.27 71 3.27 3.17 +.13 +11.2 Innoviva Q INVA 1.00 6.3 17 17.21 11.02 839 15.99 4966 16.32 15.35 -.11 +12.7sInogen Q INGN 134.97 68.40 203 122.00 1378 134.97 116.32 -9.15 +2.5 Inovalon n Q INOV .12p 17.80 10.99 488 12.15 3528 12.35 11.70 +.25 -19.0 InovioPhm Q INO 9.86 3.76 1195 4.21 3875 4.32 3.98 -.03 +1.9 Inphi N IPHI 49.09 23.65 1202 29.52 6221 29.63 26.75 +3.21 -19.3tInpixon rs Q INPX 138.30 1.15 1847 1.25 12661 1.78 1.15 -.41 -80.2 InseegoCp Q INSG 3.00 .87 47 1.89 577 2.02 1.80 -.06 +17.4 InsightEnt Q NSIT 12 53.19 32.11 158 35.17 1046 36.82 34.42 -.39 -8.1 InsightS n N INSI 21.10 18.64 11 19.41 63 20.14 19.41 -.49 -2.5 Insignia s Q ISIG .70e 2.19 .90 77 1.32 168 1.34 1.24 +.08 +10.9 Insmed Q INSM 33.94 11.49 942 24.29 5025 27.33 22.84 -1.58 -22.1sInsperity s N NSP 24 67.40 34.88 149 67.35 981 67.55 64.30 +.60 +17.4tInspEnt Q INSE 14.00 5.15 83 5.30 180 5.85 5.15 -.15 -45.9 InstlldBPd N IBP 31 79.40 46.65 527 57.85 3772 69.50 53.60 -8.70 -23.8 Insteel Q IIIN .12a .4 22 38.69 23.20 110 28.38 593 30.46 27.14 -1.40 +.2sInstructre n N INST 44.65 22.00 723 43.95 2209 44.65 42.30 +.45 +32.8 Insulet Q PODD 83.56 38.43 746 73.07 2048 77.75 72.00 -2.48 +5.9 InsysTher s Q INSY 15.02 4.10 722 7.77 2782 8.15 7.11 -.11 -19.2 IntecPhm n Q NTEC 9.80 4.20 60 6.20 740 6.50 5.60 +.57 +20.4 IntegerHl N ITGR 55.20 33.90 253 51.80 1326 52.85 50.30 -.75 +14.3 IntegLfSc s Q IART 64 56.42 40.51 381 52.70 3384 55.09 51.36 -1.37 +10.1 IntgDv Q IDTI 42 34.13 22.70 711 30.85 5020 31.43 29.01 +1.01 +3.8sIntel Q INTC 1.20f 2.4 18 50.90 33.23 33220 48.98 181604 50.90 46.96 +1.25 +6.1 Intellia n Q NTLA 33.34 11.15 884 27.48 5631 29.30 24.69 +1.36 +43.0 Intellichk A IDN 4.55 1.80 30 2.78 144 2.87 2.56 +.02 +8.6 IntellgSys A INS 5.15 3.30 0 4.89 7 5.15 4.77 +.10 +7.1tIntelliph Q IPCI 4 2.92 .61 149 .63 1278 .69 .60 -.05 -21.3 Intelsat N I 7.47 2.44 2316 4.76 19657 5.15 3.21 +.81 +40.4 IntParfum Q IPAR .84f 2.0 32 48.35 33.72 116 42.60 438 45.10 41.95 -1.30 -2.0 InterXion N INXN 64.00 37.84 403 56.02 2008 57.89 54.87 -1.34 -4.9sInteractB Q IBKR .40 .6 46 71.23 33.01 682 67.82 4001 71.23 65.01 -1.31 +14.5 InterceptP Q ICPT 135.59 51.05 757 63.60 3249 63.90 58.34 +1.56 +8.9 IntcntlExc s N ICE .80e 1.1 17 76.14 57.91 2632 72.54 11487 74.48 71.34 +.06 +2.8 IntCtlHtls N IHG 69.23 48.39 405 62.20 1699 65.66 61.29 -2.96 -2.1 InterDig Q IDCC 1.40 1.9 10 93.00 67.55 195 72.05 1819 76.00 69.90 -3.65 -5.4 Interface Q TILE .26 1.1 26 26.25 17.50 266 24.45 2575 25.35 23.70 -.80 -2.8 Intergroup Q INTG 29.00 22.00 1 22.75 6 22.85 22.35 -.49 -4.6 IntlnkEl n Q LINK 10.29 4.89 5.51 7 5.52 5.20 +.06 +5.6 Intermolec Q IMI 1.65 .80 7 1.47 139 1.50 1.36 -.03 +7.3 Internap rs Q INAP 22.36 8.60 280 13.49 995 14.25 12.62 -.24 -14.1 IntlBcsh Q IBOC .66 1.7 18 42.90 32.50 153 39.65 812 41.10 38.25 -1.00 -.1 IBM N IBM 6.00 3.9 12 181.29 139.13 3261 154.49 19736 159.78 151.88 -1.03 +.7 IntFlav N IFF 2.24 1.6 35 157.40 123.15 635 137.84 1987 145.98 136.86 -7.98 -9.7 IntlGmeT n N IGT .80 3.0 29.89 17.25 1346 26.88 5021 27.30 25.95 -.09 +1.4 IntPap N IP 1.90f 3.2 19 66.94 49.60 1926 58.47 10164 61.30 57.68 -1.03 +.9 IntlSeaw n N INSW 23.43 15.23 100 16.68 633 16.78 16.11 +.25 -9.6 IntlSpdw Q ISCA .43f 1.0 29 47.45 32.25 128 44.65 735 46.25 44.30 -1.05 +12.0 IntTower g A THM .67 .29 100 .44 621 .49 .43 -.04 +3.3 IntrntGold Q IGLD 11.51 5.86 0 7.81 8 8.65 7.73 -.14 -7.6 IntrntInitJ Q IIJI .12e 1.1 12.50 8.12 2 10.87 21 11.41 9.83 +.17 +19.3 IntrpDia rs Q IDXG 1 4.45 .72 373 1.01 3109 1.10 .94 -.04 -1.0 Interpublic N IPG .84f 3.6 16 26.01 18.30 6791 23.58 37703 24.56 22.71 -.45 +17.0 IntersENT Q XENT 38.30 13.10 346 35.85 1395 38.20 35.13 -.20 +10.6 Intersectns Q INTX 5.75 1.88 6 2.18 43 2.20 2.00 +.04 -3.5 IntstP pfD N IPLpD 1.28 5.1 26.90 23.44 6 25.00 30 25.00 24.28 +.77 -1.9 inTestCorp A INTT 14 10.25 4.75 44 7.50 281 7.95 7.35 -.15 -13.3tIntevac Q IVAC 19 14.15 6.00 128 6.80 758 6.90 6.00 +.60 -.7 IntraCellu Q ITCI 22.67 7.85 1540 21.80 5020 22.30 17.47 +2.34 +50.6 IntPotash N IPI 5.12 1.24 958 3.56 7578 3.94 3.16 -.32 -25.2 Intrexon N XON 26.99 10.26 6193 16.09 14974 16.33 12.62 +2.80 +39.7 IntriCon Q IIN 76 24.00 6.05 40 18.15 306 20.00 17.05 -1.55 -8.3 Intuit Q INTU 1.56 .9 46 177.51 114.80 1834 168.84 10045 173.16 162.59 -2.94 +7.0 IntSurg s Q ISRG 49 452.00 242.26 543 417.39 3497 436.21 406.17 -10.12 +14.4 Inuvo A INUV 1.49 .70 27 .86 304 .92 .85 +.01 +6.2 Invacare N IVC .05 .3 19.05 10.20 193 17.25 1623 18.05 16.75 -.60 +2.4tInvesco24 n N IHTA 10.33 8.28 62 9.20 253 9.54 8.28 -.31 -10.8 InvHiIn23 n N IHIT 10.32 9.53 28 9.95 184 9.95 9.79 +.16 +1.6 InvAdvMu2 A VKI .78 7.2 11.93 10.78 88 10.79 386 10.94 10.78 -.09 -5.2tInv Bond N VBF .83a 4.6 20.29 18.08 16 18.12 179 18.50 18.08 -.32 -8.9tInvCAVal N VCV .79 6.7 13.20 11.79 103 11.80 621 11.99 11.75 -.08 -6.2 InvDynCrd N VTA .90 7.8 12.49 11.33 318 11.61 1268 11.69 11.56 -.06 -.9 InvHiInc2 N VLT 1.24 8.8 15.25 13.71 13 14.04 51 14.10 13.95 -.02 -4.6 Invsco iim N IIM .84 5.8 15.47 13.64 137 14.47 959 14.57 14.46 -.03 -2.9 Invesco N IVZ 1.16 3.6 13 38.43 29.36 3727 32.21 18059 34.00 31.44 -.98 -11.9 InvMtgCap N IVR 1.64f 10.5 6 18.86 14.72 1278 15.55 6296 16.32 15.25 -.59 -12.8 InvMtg pfA N IVRpA 1.94 7.8 25.70 24.24 8 24.80 54 25.02 24.80 -.10 -.9 InvMtg pfB N IVRpB 1.94 7.8 26.44 24.25 8 25.01 48 25.71 25.00 -.18 -2.9 InvMtg pfC N IVRpC 1.88 7.8 25.73 23.40 82 24.00 173 24.82 23.97 -.15 -4.0 Invsco oia N OIA .39 5.2 8.25 7.31 134 7.54 426 7.57 7.50 +.05 -5.8 InvMuOpTr N VMO .88 7.5 13.37 11.66 121 11.81 530 11.85 11.75 +.01 -4.8 InvMuniTr N VKQ .82 6.9 13.04 11.53 76 11.75 641 11.91 11.74 -.09 -6.0 InvPAVal N VPV .79 6.7 12.68 11.70 37 11.80 308 11.87 11.75 +.01 -2.9 Invsco iqi N IQI .76 6.4 13.04 11.72 56 11.94 454 12.03 11.91 -.06 -4.6 InvSrInco N VVR .31 7.1 4.77 4.26 448 4.39 2189 4.43 4.39 InvTrIG N VGM .88 7.1 13.80 12.32 119 12.37 581 12.56 12.37 -.13 -6.1 InvTrNY N VTN .85 6.5 14.00 12.99 22 13.08 195 13.13 13.00 +.03 -4.7 Investar Q ISTR .13f .5 23 25.95 19.80 11 24.30 73 25.10 23.95 +.05 +1.0 InvTech N ITG .28 1.4 23.96 17.63 346 20.07 1620 20.22 19.52 +.40 +4.3 InvestBncp Q ISBC .36 2.6 22 15.11 12.48 2946 13.89 11489 14.04 13.41 +.04 +.1tInvRlEst N IRET .28 5.9 14 6.75 4.61 350 4.76 2832 4.90 4.61 -.04 -16.2 InvRlE pfC N 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MBFIO .39p 26.48 24.20 11 24.85 132 25.05 24.65 +.08 -5.5 MBIA N MBI 10.72 6.04 1703 8.08 7732 8.46 7.53 -.38 +10.4 MBT Fnl Q MBTF .24a 2.3 16 12.10 9.25 16 10.25 215 10.60 10.15 -.20 -3.3 MCBC n Q MCFT 22 28.62 14.63 220 24.27 934 26.38 24.03 -1.23 +9.2 MDC N MDC 1.20f 4.3 10 35.18 26.73 817 27.78 4614 29.67 26.94 -1.37 -12.9 MDC Pr gs Q MDCA .84 10.2 2 12.26 6.80 408 8.20 2910 8.95 7.60 -.55 -15.9 MDU Res N MDU .79 3.0 22 28.22 24.29 588 26.47 3591 27.81 26.09 -.99 -1.5 MEI Phrm Q MEIP 3.26 1.48 58 2.25 382 2.35 2.16 +.07 +7.1 MER Tel rs Q MTSL 4.49 1.31 24 1.80 157 2.14 1.69 -.11 -14.7 MFA Fncl N MFA .80 11.1 9 8.90 6.72 2024 7.22 11899 7.42 7.09 -.13 -8.8 MFA Fn42 N MFO 2.00 7.7 26.36 25.17 0 25.94 10 25.94 25.77 +.12 -1.6 MFA pfB N MFApB 1.88 7.5 25.89 24.43 10 25.05 89 25.50 24.94 +.22 -1.0tMFC Bcp N MFCB 10.15 5.69 7 6.14 29 6.42 5.69 +.30 -21.2tMFS CAMu A CCA .60 5.6 14.00 10.62 3 10.67 22 10.80 10.62 -.09 -7.3 MCR N MCR .72a 8.8 8.76 8.00 128 8.18 518 8.26 8.16 -.05 -3.5 MGF N 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Q MACQU 11.00 10.17 11.00 4 11.00 10.79 +.29 +3.6 MI Homes N MHO 13 37.41 23.33 304 29.83 3155 32.55 28.73 -2.47 -13.3 MKS Inst Q MKSI .72 .6 19 116.55 64.45 489 114.40 2713 115.20 109.40 +1.65 +21.1 MMA Cap Q MMAC 7 30.58 18.00 6 27.27 41 27.75 26.80 -.23 +12.2 MPLX LP N MPLX 2.43 7.0 39.38 30.88 1259 34.58 7720 35.54 34.12 -.31 -2.5 MRC Glbl N MRC 18 20.77 14.01 1146 16.94 3552 17.50 16.07 -.21 +.1 MSA Safety N MSA 1.40f 1.7 64 86.36 65.95 174 81.83 1059 85.24 79.80 -1.77 +5.6 MSB Fin Q MSBF .12a .7 19.30 15.05 19 17.95 34 18.35 17.80 -.40 +.8 MSC Ind N MSM 2.32f 2.7 21 105.29 65.42 488 86.91 2421 90.71 84.84 -1.91 -10.1 MSCI Inc N MSCI 1.52 1.1 44 149.15 93.71 481 143.32 2399 146.46 140.49 -1.67 +13.3 MSG Netw N MSGN 11 26.30 16.25 507 24.25 2357 25.65 23.85 -.80 +19.8 MTGE Inv Q MTGE 2.00f 11.6 5 20.00 15.70 433 17.25 2881 18.00 16.93 -.50 -6.8 MTGE pfA Q MTGEP 2.03 8.0 27.42 24.95 5 25.51 13 25.89 25.45 -.39 -2.3 MTS Q MTSC 1.20 2.4 14 57.50 44.65 83 50.50 457 50.60 48.60 +.90 -6.0stMTchAcq n Q MTEC 9.62 9.58 9.58 77 9.62 9.58 -.4 MTchAc un Q MTECU 10.28 9.94 10.15 100 10.20 10.10 +.8 MV OilTr N MVO .76e 9.7 6 9.80 4.80 6 7.80 75 7.92 7.35 +.18 -7.1 MVB Fin n Q MVBF .03p 20.40 18.75 12 19.30 119 19.70 18.92 -.37 -4.0 MVC Cap N MVC .60f 6.0 10.97 8.59 22 10.08 235 10.30 9.85 -.08 -4.5tMVC 22 n N MVCD 1.56 6.1 27.25 25.30 6 25.58 83 25.87 25.30 +.14 -1.0 MYOS Q MYOS 3.93 1.03 245 1.34 1004 1.56 1.30 -.20 -1.5 MYR Grp Q MYRG 35 43.77 23.00 58 32.58 383 34.09 31.84 -.96 -8.8 MacQUtlDv N MFD 1.20 10.2 14.75 11.73 16 11.81 163 12.40 11.78 -.35 -5.0 MacQGInf N MGU 1.48 6.7 26.50 21.48 33 22.19 246 23.26 22.01 -.86 -13.9 Macatawa Q MCBC .24 2.4 20 10.66 8.87 64 10.12 233 10.25 9.88 +.09 +1.2 Macerich N MAC 2.96 5.0 32 69.73 52.12 772 59.04 7502 60.85 57.78 -.32 -10.1tMackCali N CLI .80 4.7 8 28.57 16.79 788 16.91 3935 18.16 16.69 -.84 -20.8 MackFn Q MFNC .48 3.0 14 16.80 13.16 2 16.20 28 16.30 15.70 +.15 +1.9 Macquarie N MIC 5.76f 14.9 7 81.74 37.03 3765 38.57 22212 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MaidenH Q MHLD .60 9.8 17.00 5.55 1024 6.15 5434 7.55 5.80 -1.30 -6.8tMaiden prA N MHpA 2.06 10.4 25.88 19.11 22 19.75 212 22.41 19.11 -1.64 -20.0tMaiden pfC N MHpC 1.78 10.2 26.67 16.73 28 17.52 160 20.18 16.73 -1.78 -28.3tMaidnH pfD N MHpD 1.68 10.6 25.05 14.85 38 15.90 385 18.05 14.85 -1.56 -24.1tMaidenHld n N MHLA .60 3.4 27.28 17.50 16 17.82 99 19.99 17.50 -1.60 -22.5tMaidHld 43 N MHNC 1.94 9.8 27.34 18.64 9 19.85 177 21.62 18.64 -1.13 -18.8 MainStCap N MAIN 2.22a 6.2 12 41.79 34.37 401 35.78 1818 36.70 35.18 -.24 -9.9 MainStC 23 N MSCA 1.53 5.9 26.60 25.23 25.79 10 25.79 25.50 +.24 +2.1 MainSrce Q MSFG .72 1.9 20 40.84 30.82 80 38.59 471 40.14 37.27 -.83 +6.3 MainSDTMu N MMD 1.18 6.2 20.49 18.44 70 18.91 437 19.03 18.69 -.02 -4.6 Majesco n A MJCO 6.43 4.35 5 5.40 28 5.54 5.30 -.13 +.6 MMyTrip Q MMYT 40.90 22.40 415 32.85 1887 32.98 29.65 +2.80 +10.1 MalibuBoat Q MBUU 34 35.90 20.21 138 33.05 824 33.99 31.66 -.54 +11.2 Mallinckdt N MNK 52.05 15.27 6455 16.31 63245 21.96 15.41 +.15 -27.7 MalvernBc Q MLVF 14 28.20 20.05 3 24.30 29 24.80 23.25 +.30 -7.3sMamEngy n Q TUSK 28.85 10.88 332 28.42 2162 28.85 24.05 +4.02 +44.8 ManTech Q MANT 1.00f 1.8 20 62.24 33.50 229 57.09 1512 59.56 55.30 -1.13 +13.7 MgdDInvG N MZF .74 5.6 14.17 12.86 11 13.25 92 13.35 13.14 +.10 -1.3 ManchUtd N MANU .36 1.9 1 22.15 15.86 74 19.30 192 19.85 19.10 -.40 -2.5 ManhAssc Q MANH 26 54.21 39.63 776 43.82 3193 43.98 41.74 +1.29 -11.5 ManhBrCa Q LOAN .48f 7.7 16 6.50 4.65 10 6.25 105 6.30 6.10 +.10 +5.1 Manitex Q MNTX 11.91 6.21 22 10.30 177 11.06 10.06 -.17 +7.3 Manitowc rs N MTW 44.03 21.00 1710 26.93 5421 32.60 26.00 -5.48 -31.5 MannKd rs Q MNKD 6.96 .67 1562 2.83 18325 3.37 2.68 -.21 +22.0 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 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121 27.46 1081 27.83 26.19 +.86 +6.0 NovaBay rs A NBY 5.00 2.25 10 3.20 21 3.50 3.18 -.20 -16.9 NovaGld g A NG 5.64 3.35 1354 3.88 5701 4.14 3.87 -.22 -1.3 Novan n Q NOVN 8.19 2.82 9 3.28 61 3.33 3.13 -.04 -22.3 Novanta Q NOVT 60.30 23.76 260 56.50 1325 57.70 53.41 +2.50 +13.0 Novartis N NVS 2.75e 3.3 17 94.19 72.67 2071 83.05 7743 86.25 81.88 -2.28 -1.1sNovavax Q NVAX 2.75 .73 17356 2.14 84451 2.75 1.82 -.19 +72.6 Novelion rs Q NVLN 12.12 3.08 13 4.10 95 4.56 4.00 -.18 +31.4 NovoNord N NVO .96e 1.9 58.37 32.89 1945 50.73 8644 54.56 49.81 -3.20 -5.5 NovoCure n Q NVCR 24.15 6.75 906 21.60 5023 21.70 19.24 +2.30 +6.9 NovumeS n Q NVMM 4.75 3.13 3.62 16 4.00 3.60 -.11 -20.0 NovusTher rs Q NVUS 8.46 3.12 0 3.60 24 3.90 3.57 -.14 -11.3 NOW Inc N DNOW 19.18 9.12 1981 9.95 6355 10.35 9.28 -.21 -9.8 NuSkin N NUS 1.47f 2.0 34 74.45 48.72 466 72.35 2517 72.88 69.71 +.54 +6.0 NuCana n Q NCNA 29.75 9.32 143 18.74 473 22.38 17.51 -2.04 +85.4 NuVasive Q NUVA 31 81.68 44.62 796 48.03 5051 50.48 47.03 +.17 -17.9 NuanceCm Q NUAN 19.93 14.02 1220 16.38 7817 16.43 15.83 +.14 +.2 Nucor N NUE 1.52f 2.2 27 70.48 51.67 3874 67.88 15656 68.45 65.39 +.94 +6.8 Nush EnhYl N NUAG 24.87 23.76 5 23.78 100 23.92 23.76 -.04 -2.6tNush 1-5yr N NUSA 25.18 24.49 24.54 8 24.58 24.49 -.02 -.9 NushLCGr N NULG 33.78 26.89 0 32.37 18 33.32 32.23 -.35 +3.7 NushLCVal N NULV 30.70 25.42 1 28.35 56 29.30 28.23 -.51 -.8 NushMCGr N NUMG 31.52 25.84 13 29.42 22 30.17 29.07 -.33 +.2 NushMCVal N NUMV 29.85 24.80 15 27.77 58 28.52 27.57 -.41 -1.5 NushSmCap N NUSC 29.93 25.00 10 28.29 127 28.88 27.78 -.26 -.6 Nus AgBd n N NUBD 25.60 24.27 1 24.29 106 24.37 24.27 -.05 -2.6tNustarEn N NS 4.38 21.0 20 53.96 21.28 1763 20.81 5483 23.82 20.40 -2.80 -30.5tNustEn pfA N NSpA 2.13 8.9 27.24 23.83 47 23.87 160 24.69 23.80 -.04 -3.9 Nustar pfB N NSpB 1.91 8.6 25.75 21.84 56 22.21 161 22.85 22.10 -.05 -1.9tNustar pfC N NSpC 26.43 24.30 85 23.82 661 24.99 23.82 -.34 -8.2tNustarGP N NSH 2.18 19.8 29.85 11.25 441 11.00 2871 12.65 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pfU N PSBpU 1.44 5.8 25.99 24.31 18 24.80 160 24.84 24.47 +.12 -1.8 PSBPk pfV N PSBpV 1.42 5.8 26.65 24.06 4 24.62 99 24.64 24.41 +.13 -2.7 PS BusP pfY N PSBpY 24.78 22.42 7 23.30 133 23.43 22.95 +.10 -5.3 PS BusP pfX N PSBpX 1.31 5.6 25.50 22.74 28 23.54 169 23.62 22.96 +.13 -6.8 PS BsPk pfW N PSBpW 25.77 22.05 6 23.91 87 24.00 23.42 +.32 -5.3sPTC Inc Q PTC 75.75 50.68 746 75.30 3450 75.75 72.45 +.48 +23.9 PTC Thera Q PTCT 28.75 8.12 580 25.73 3418 26.47 24.10 +.21 +54.3 PVH Corp N PVH .15 .1 19 157.96 88.89 948 143.62 4615 152.13 139.52 -5.20 +4.7 PacWstBc Q PACW 2.00 3.8 18 57.53 43.08 600 52.93 3244 54.69 51.45 -.85 +5.0 Paccar Q PCAR 1.00 1.5 14 79.69 61.93 3265 67.19 22641 72.40 66.47 -4.13 -5.5 PcrTrnd750 N PTLC 30.73 24.80 114 28.89 1008 29.87 28.41 -.56 +.9 PcrTrnd450 N PTMC 32.86 26.99 67 30.84 343 31.53 30.21 -.38 -.9 PcrTrnd100 N PTNQ 33.13 25.04 41 32.16 293 33.10 31.40 -.41 +6.3 PacrCash n N GCOW 34.59 29.33 33 30.99 140 32.01 30.53 -.55 -1.6 PacrTrendp N PTEU 33.39 24.80 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-14.6 PacMerc Q PMBC 23 9.85 6.85 10 8.35 87 8.50 8.10 -.05 -4.6sPacPreBc Q PPBI 28 43.85 32.05 393 43.45 1712 43.85 41.80 +.95 +8.6 PaciraPhm Q PCRX 58.95 29.35 724 33.25 4788 33.65 30.55 +2.00 -27.2 PackAmer N PKG 2.52 2.1 21 131.13 88.47 674 117.32 3515 122.18 115.49 -2.04 -2.7sPagsegur n N PAGS 33.02 30.69 2136 33.34 8845 33.57 31.41 +.97 +5.2 PainThr rs Q PTIE 12.80 3.10 237 7.44 1365 7.96 6.10 +1.28 +86.0 PalatinTch A PTN 1.05 .29 781 .96 3474 .97 .90 -.02 +11.5sPaloAltNet N PANW 179.15 107.31 1672 176.77 17640 179.15 164.75 +11.23 +22.0 PampaEng N PAM 72.98 45.92 214 60.64 1198 65.33 60.09 -3.29 -9.9 PanASlv Q PAAS .14f .9 19 19.56 13.99 1291 15.33 6090 15.90 14.84 -.14 -1.5 Pandora N P 12.69 4.09 9453 4.48 55922 4.59 4.17 +.17 -7.1 PangaeaL Q PANL 3 8.40 2.13 10 3.24 84 3.24 2.61 +.45 -12.0 PanhO&G N PHX .16 .8 97 25.30 17.55 30 19.45 154 19.50 17.65 +.55 -5.4tPapaJohns Q PZZA .90 1.5 22 85.20 54.00 1550 60.66 10898 61.52 54.00 +3.46 +8.1 PapaMurph Q FRSH 6.80 3.50 13 4.84 79 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33.07 21.12 4730 25.55 22352 26.67 24.51 -.66 -13.2 PrtnrCm Q PTNR 22 6.60 4.60 5 5.08 11 5.20 5.00 -.05 -17.4 PartRe pfF N PREpF 1.47 5.9 26.24 24.50 2 25.09 17 25.12 24.96 +.14 -2.0 PartRe pfG N PREpG 1.63 6.2 27.59 25.67 2 26.28 23 26.44 26.23 +.01 -2.1 PartRe pfH N PREpH 1.81 6.6 30.82 26.81 18 27.45 113 27.61 27.22 +.02 -4.3 PartRe pfI N PREpI 1.47 5.8 27.08 24.28 12 25.37 51 25.65 25.36 +.03 -3.4 PartyCity n N PRTY 15 17.05 9.50 457 14.85 2697 15.45 14.05 -.25 +6.5 PathfdBcp Q PBHC .23f 1.5 22 16.00 14.20 0 15.32 32 15.54 15.25 +.06 -.5 PatrkInd s Q PATK 23 72.35 40.07 310 60.90 1419 64.42 58.95 -1.40 -12.3 PatrNBc rs Q PNBK .04 .2 29 21.00 14.01 0 18.75 5 18.75 18.15 +.45 +5.0 PatriotTr n Q PATI 12 24.01 16.72 18.86 6 20.10 18.86 -.17 +8.5 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol 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