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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
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Charlotte Harbor, FL
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Sun Coast Media Group- Robert E. Lee - Publisher - Jim Gouvellis - Executive Editor
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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.
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Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
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"An edition of The Sun Herald."

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University of Florida
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ocm36852667

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Englewood sun herald
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North Port sun herald
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Sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : Charlotte ed.)

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The owner of a local gun shop, Joel Sheran, is the person to call for tickets to an upcoming Charlotte Harbor Friends of the NRA event later this month at the Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center. He said his phone started ringing a lot March 9. That was after Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed into law SB 7026, which was passed by yeaŽ votes from 87 members of the Florida House and Senate. Nay votes came from 68 lawmakers. It expands waiting periods for all “rearm purchases, increases age requirements to buy long guns and multiple other new mandates in response to the latest school shooting in Florida that killed 17 people in February. It took effect the day it was signed,Ž said Sheran about the new law that he and other members of the NRA vehemently disagree with. They say it violates constitutional rights „ namely the Second Amendment guarantee to the right of people to keep and bear arms „ and the 14th Amendment guaranteeing to all citizens the right to equal protection of the laws. Sheran said the day the new law passed „ which coincided with the day the NRA sued over it „ he sold upwards of 20 tickets to the Punta Gorda event. And sales have been steady since then for the March 29 gathering. Tickets range in price from $50 for a single pass to $5,000 for a table. The Friends of the NRA is a fundraising program from the NRA, which involves 13,000 volunteers like Sheran nationwide who help make the events happen. The NRAs strong political in”uence in the past decade involves its members „ like those who pay to attend these events. Campaign advertising and voterguide mailings from the NRA can be critical of candidates views on guns, which in turn can affect how NRA members vote in elections, according to By ANDREA PRAEGITZER, STAFF WRITER GUN | 4 NRA calls restrictions on long gun purchases unconstitutional BOTTOM LINE The National Rifle Association has filed suit to overturn Floridas new law that, among other things, prohibits the sale of long guns to anyone under 21 years of age. NRA members say the new law does nothing to protect students. BOTTOM LINE NORTH PORT „ According to Sarasota County Administrator Jonathan Lewis, prospects for a potential road swap with the state involving River Road continue to look good. In an update to the Sarasota County Commission recently, Lewis said county staff had been a part of some very good discussionsŽ with of“cials from the Florida Department of Transportation. It is progressing,Ž Lewis said. We have received some early but positive feedback.Ž The county and the Florida Department of Transportation have been in negotiations since last fall over a potential road swap. The deal would have the state taking over River Road and the expensive improvements to upgrade it, and the county would assume responsibility for one or more state roads in the county. Two weeks ago, Commissioner Charles Hines said this is the closest the county and the state have ever been regarding the potential road swap. Meanwhile, according to a county memo, other details of the potential deal are beginning to emerge. According to the memo, included in the materials for the joint meeting with Charlotte County on Wednesday where River Road is one of the topics for discussion, the county and state have reached a conceptual agreement on a joint funding partnership. That agreement would have each party contributing $7 million in equal shares for an engineering, design and permitting update and rights of way acquisition for that portion of the road from U.S. 41 to Interstate 75. In return for the state taking over Talks work toward River Road swapBy WARREN RICHARDSONSUN CORRESPONDENTRIVER | 12PUNTA GORDA „ Wendy Updikes dream has always been to be a veterinarian technician, but after dropping out of high school in 11th grade, it seemed like there was always something distracting her from continuing her education. With “ve children, grandchildren, and caring for two elderly parents, it was hard to make time to continue her schooling. Its always seemed attainable, but I always kept pushing it back,Ž she said. Something was always more important. But my kids are grown. All of my children are above the age of 18 and have their own families. Its time for mom to take time for herself now.Ž Now as an inmate at the Charlotte County Jail, after being out of school for decades, Updike is ready to take her GED test soon. She was the “rst one to sign up for GED classes when they were offered in August, and now shes ready for the next step. Im nervous about it, but I feel con“dent,Ž she said. A total of 17 students are currently enrolled in the jails GED program „ nine men and eight women. The classes GED program gives inmates chance to reach goalsBy ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITER PROGRAM | 12MIAMI „ As the 950-ton concrete bridge section was swung into place over a highway last weekend, Florida International University of“cials were beaming with pride. The pedestrian bridge on the edge of the Miami-area campus was a signature achievement of the schools Accelerated Bridge Construction University Transportation Center, a research group set up with federal funding a few years ago to show how spans could be built faster and cheaper in the U.S. FIU is about building bridges and student safety. This project accomplishes our mission beautifully,Ž FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg boasted that day. We are “lled with pride and satisfaction at seeing this engineering feat come to life and connect our campus to the surrounding community.Ž Five days later, the bridge collapsed onto the busy six-lane highway, crushing cars and killing at least six people in a tragedy now under federal investigation. While it is not yet clear what caused the failure of the un“nished span Thursday, the disaster has cast a spotlight on a rapid construction technique widely used around the U.S. Accelerated bridge construction, or ABC, involves assembling large sections of a span offsite, and then moving the massive pieces into place all at once. The technique eliminates the lengthy road closings and other traf“c disruptions that can result when a bridge is built out over a highway piece by piece. It is also considered by some engineers to be safer for hardhat workers and motorists because much of the construction isnt done in the middle of traf“c. The general approach has Bridge collapse puts spotlight on rapid building technique By JASON DEARENASSOCIATED PRESSBRIDGE | 12Charlotte, Sarasota officials to meet WednesdayBeing incarcerated offers some educational opportunities AP PHOTOCrushed cars are shown under a section of a collapsed pedestrian bridge, Friday, near Florida International University in the Miami area. Pulitzer Prize winner2 0 1 6 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 126 | NO. 76AMERICAS BEST COMMUNITY DAILY SunnyHigh 80 Low 58$1.50 www.yoursun.comTodays weather:www.yoursun.comFIND US ONLINE CHARLIE SAYS ...Slinte! 705252000258Daily Edition $1.50 Saturday, March 17, 2018 HOW IS YOUR BRACKET DOING? 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Teen Court of Sarasota County Inc. is of“cially offering services in North Port, after realizing many teens could not make it to its South Venice location. The families in North Port have been driving to the south county location in Venice for many years,Ž said Heather Todd, executive director of Teen Court. We have been operating the initial assessment or appointment out of West Villages ... in the appointment weve heard its a challenge to get to South Venice and we wanted to serve them in their backyard.Ž On Friday, the Gulf Coast Community Foundation announced its backing for the effort „ donating $15,000 for it. We are truly grateful for Gulf Coast Community Foundations investment in us and the opportunity to serve our young people in North Port,Ž Todd said in a news release Friday. We look forward to the accessibility families will have of our new location expanding our reach to all those who need it and building relationships with families in a positive way.Ž The courtŽ proceeding is run by volunteer teenage prosecutors, defenders, clerks, bailiffs and a jury. The teen who committed the real-life infraction is referred to the program and “rst meets with professionals and their parents to be evaluated. Then the teen would have a defender and prosecutor defend what they believe what they believe would be the best constructiveŽ sentence. This can include community service, volunteering with Teen Court and writing essays and apologies. The hearings will be held once a month in the North Port City Hall Commission Chambers, 4970 City Hall Blvd. The inaugural session will be at 5 p.m. Monday, March 19. The night will start off thanking North Port commissioners and Hollys Hope, a local group which aims to break the stigma of mental illness. While it is too late to be involved in the upcoming session, Todd encouraged interested teens to attend and get involved in future sessions. They are welcome to come and observe a session because everyone has to observe before getting involved,Ž she said. Then they can choose to be an attorney or juror, clerk or bailiff. Monday is a fantastic night to hear what its about and observe and then participate the next time were down there.Ž The next session in North Port will be April 23. Teen Court will also offer Risky Behavior and Substance Abuse classes in North Port. To get involved or refer a teen to the service, call 941-861-8460 or email info@sarasotateencourt. org.Email: lcoey@sun-herald.com Teen Court opens North Port services MondayBy LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITERGulf Coast Community Foundation grants $15,000 to effort VENICE „ The Venices Fire Departments Boat 51 rescued eight people trapped on a small dock by a brush “re on Thursday. The beachgoers had taken the ferry over to dock on the inlet side of South Venice Beach Park, about 2 miles south of Caspersen Beach, when the brush “re broke out. One elderly man suffered from smoke inhalation and was treated and transported by Sarasota County rescue to Venice Regional Bayfront Health for further medical treatment, according to Lorraine Anderson, public information of“cer with Venice. No homes were involved in the 10-acre brush “re. The blaze started in Venice city limits and moved into Sarasota Countys jurisdiction. Floridas dry, windy weather conditions put “re“ghters to the test in gaining control of the fast moving “re,Ž Venice Fire Department Lt. Stephen Worobel said. Venice requested Charlotte County Sheriffs helicopter to the scene to offer assistance. The helicopter has an external mounted 500 gallon re“llable water tank capable of dropping water on the “re from above, Worobel said. Units from Venice, Nokomis and Sarasota County Fire Departments, and the Florida Forest Service were on scene, along with the helicopter. The cause of the “re is under investigation. Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.com8 rescued in brush fire By GREG GILESSTAFF WRITER PHOTO BY GREG GILESA reghter on a four wheeler heads out to the brush re on Caspersen Beach. NORTH PORT „ West Villages residents came out in force Thursday evening to ask questions of North Port City Commissioners and learn more about how their communities “t into the larger city picture. It was the citys “rst town hall meeting in more than a decade, according to North Port spokesman Josh Taylor. Tables were stationed on either side of the Morgan Family Community Center gym, where representatives from various city departments handed out information, maps and more. Nearly 400 chairs were set up in the gym. By the time the meeting started, the chairs were nearly three-quarters “lled. Following an introductory presentation by city Manager Pete Lear that outlined city demographics, budget numbers and various services provided to West Villages residents, the meeting got down to business with a question-and-answer session. Topics covered included the city charter, the make-up of the commission and which commissioner represented the West Villages, a second access and egress point for IslandWalk and more. A number of West Villages residents were concerned about traf“c crashes and speeding on U.S. 41 outside of IslandWalk and Gran Paradiso, when promised traf“c lights would be forthcoming and whether commissioners could expedite that process. Mayor Vanessa Carusone and Vice Mayor Linda Yates sit on the Metropolitan Planning Organization and have been working diligentlyŽ to get lights installed, Carusone said. Lear said lights are set to be installed this year, one in the summer and another in the fall. The city, however, cant do much to speed things up, as U.S. 41 is a state highway and the responsibility of the Florida Department of Transportation. Nick Trolli was one of “ve who brought up the issue. Could we get an of“cer to slow down the traf“c? Or do something while were waiting on the light? People are driving 80 miles per hour, not 55,Ž said Trolli, who is running for state representative. Commissioners referred the question about additional patrol to Police Chief Kevin Vespia. We are out there as often as we can be,Ž said Vespia, who retires at the end of this month. And a traf“c control device, in and of itself, does not eliminate crashes. It helps, and we will continue to be out there.Ž Lear said speed-reading devices could certainly be placed in the area. At least (drivers) will reduce their speed,Ž Carusone said. We could also put cars out there, even an empty car. People slow down for them as well.Ž Commissioner Jill Luke said she had spoken with Gran Paradiso resident Victor Dobrin „ he also spoke during the town hall „ who suggested painting directional lines on the road to help alert drivers to community entrances. Carusone said she would investigate that option. IslandWalk resident Barbara Thompson wanted to know if a permit for the lights had been applied for. Yates said FDOT has put in for a permit. However, there is no time limit on it. The status of River Road was also questioned. Is there a synopsis of where North Port stands with the widening of River Road as an evacuation route? Its narrow and dif“cult,Ž said IslandWalk resident Andy Donnelly. Its been a long, hard effort by many jurisdictions,Ž Yates said. The city, county and state have all been working together, and the conversations are still happening.Ž Charlotte County has also made the road a priority. We were just up in D.C., and talked with representatives there,Ž said Commissioner Chris Hanks, adding locals arent Hundreds attend city, West Villages town hallBy ANNE KLOCKENKEMPERWEST VILLAGES SUN EDITOR Some West Villages backstoryOne resident at Thursdays town hall wanted to know what West Villages was in relation to the city of North Port. Mayor Vanessa Carusone, who was on the commission when the West Villages Improvement District began, offered some history, calling West Villages a city within a city, only its not a city.Ž Back in the day, the property was actually in unincorporated Sarasota County ... and they didnt want any development over by River Road or in North Port at all. They were very anti-growth. The people who owned West Villages wanted development as you see it today,Ž Carusone said. (North Port has) a lot of single-family lots, but not a lot of higher-value homes. The landowners came to us a and said, what if we asked the city to help us develop? The city of North Port said ... we really need a diversified economy,Ž she continued. We finally got all of the property in the city of North Port, but then, the developers wanted a Heron Creekstyle development. But the city of North Port said no, we want the greatest development in Southwest Florida, with landscaping and signs that say welcome to the West Villages, and welcome to the city of North Port. The best way to finance all of that was to become a district, to create a taxing district that would pay for the higher-value aesthetics than what our other developments have,Ž Carusone concluded. On a related note, IslandWalk resident Christine Beiderman wanted to know whether preservation of pristine Florida land was still possible in the area. There are a variety of opinions of how much we love development of the stadium, a grocery store and some people would love to have a hotel, but part of the reason my husband and I decided to come here was because it was so natural,Ž Beiderman said. In just a year and a half, so many communities have cropped up, and so much pasture land has turned into communities. How is the decision made as to what is added to the West Villages, and IslandWalk area?Ž Carusone said that the densities of the various West Villages communities were all decided years ago, back in 2005 with the exact number of residences.Ž „ Compiled by Anne KlockenkemperVILLAGES | 3 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 Your recovery after a hospital stay should begin with a knowledgeable, interdisciplinary team that understands your health care goals. 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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 3 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com 3112 FICTITIOUS NAME 03/17/2018 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 3116 NOTICE OF ACTION S tate o f I n di ana County of Elkhart In The Elkhart Circuit Court SS: Cause No: 20C01-1712-JT-000063 In The Matter of The Termination of the Parent-Child Relationship: KR -DOB 5/30/2015 (Minor child) And ALEXIS RITTER, Mother DONALD ASHCRAFT, Alleged Father and any Unknown Alleged Fathers (Parents) Summons For Service By Publication & Notice of Termination of Parental Rights Hearing TO: Donald Ashcraft and Any Un known Alleged Fathers; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the above noted parent whose where abouts are unknown, as well as Any Unknown Alleged Fathers, whose whereabouts are also un known, that the Indiana Depart ment of Child Services has filed a Petition for Involuntary Termination of your Parental Rights, and tha t an adjudication hearing has been scheduled with the Court. YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear before the Judge of th e Elkhart Circuit Court, 315 South Second Street, Elkhart, IN 465163292 574-523-2244 for a Termin ation Hearing on 5/29/2018 at 9:00 AM and to answer the Petit ion for Termination of your Parental Rights of said child. Y ou are further notified that if the allegations in said petition are t rue, and/or if you fail to appear at the hearing, the Juvenile Court m ay terminate your parent-child relationship; and if the Court ter minates your parent-child relation ship you will lose all parental rights, powers, privileges, immuni ties, duties and obligations including any rights to custody, control, visitation, or support in said child; and if the Court terminates your parent-child relationship, it will be permanently terminated, and thereafter you may not contest an adoption or other placement of said child. You are entitled to representation by an attorney, provided by the State if applicable, throughout t hese proceedings to terminate the parent-child relationship. YOU MUST RESPOND by appearing in person or by an attorney within thirty (30) days after the last publication of this notice, and in the event you fail to do so, an adj udication on said petition and a d ispositional decree may be entered against you without further notice. Dated this 17 day of March, 2018. W endy Hudson Clerk of Elkhart County Sergio A Lopez, Jr., 27932-71 A ttorney, Indiana Department of Child Services, 659 Mishawaka St., Elkhart, IN 46514 Office: (574) 266-2459 Publilsh: March 17, 24, 31, 2018 401778 3560078 3122 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN A ND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE No. 17000780CA BANK OF AMERICAA, N.A., PLAINTIFF, VS. WILFRID CINEUS, ET AL. DEFENDANT(S). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated March 14, 2018, in the above action, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Charlotte County, Florida, on April 12 2018 at 11:00 AM, at WWW.CHARLOTTE.REALFORECLOSE.COM for the following described property: Lot(s) 18, Block 3224 of Port Charlotte Subdivision, Section 51 as recorded in Plat Book 5, Pages 65A through 65H, et seq., of the Public Records of Charlotte County, Florida. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) day s after the sale. The Court, in its dis cretion, may enlarge the time o f the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein. Date: March 15, 2018 By: Thelma Connor Deputy Clerk of the Court If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contac t A DA Coordinator Charlotte County, Jon Embury, Administrative Services Manager a t 904-637-2110 350 Eas t Marion Ave, Punta Gorda, FL 33950 at least 7 days before your scheduled cou rt appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the t ime before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Publish: March 17, 24, 2017 3997173560470 3128 NOTICE OF PERMIT PUBLIC NOTICE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Notice is given that the Districs Final Agency Action is approval of the application for an Environmental Resource Permit to serve Government activities on 4.46 acres known as South County Library & Archive. The Project is located in Charlotte County, Section(s) S12, Township T41S South, Range R22E East, The permit applicant is Charlotte County whose address is 18500 Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte, FL 33948. The permit No. is 43022077.003. The file(s) Pertaining to the project referred to above is available for inspection Monday through Friday except for legal holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the Southwest Florida Water Management District, 7601 Highway 301 North, Tampa, FL 33637-6759. Any person whose substantial interests are affected by the Districts action regarding this matter may request an administrative hearing in accordance with sections 120.569 and 120.57, FLorida Statutes (F.S.), and Chapter 28-106, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C), of the Uniform Rules of Procedure. A Request for hearing must (1) explain how the substantail interests of each person requesting the hearing will be affected by the Districts action, or proposed action; (2) state all material facts disputed by each person requesting the hearing or state that there are no disputed facts; and (3) otherwise comply with Chapetr 28-106, F.A.C. A request hearing must be filed with and received by the Agency Clerk of the District at the Districts Brooksville address, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 346046899 within 21 days of publication of this notice (or within 14 days for an Environmental Resource Permit with Propietary Authorization for the use of Sovereign Submerged Lands). Failure to file a request for hearing within this time period shall constitute a waiver of any right such person may have to request a hearing under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. Because the administrative hearing process is designed to formu late final agency action, the filing of a petition means that the Districts final action may be different from the position taken by it in this notice of agency action. Persons whose substantial interests will be affected by any such final decision of the District in this matter have the right to peto tion to become a party to the proceeding, in accordance with the requirements set forth above. Mediation pursuant to Section 120.573, F.S., to settle an administrative dispute regarding the Districts action in this matter is not available prior to the filing of a request for hearing. Publish: March 17, 2018 163352 3537045 AdvertiseToday! 3134 WORKSHOPS Public Notice Ad A neighborhood workshop will be held to discuss a proposed Com p rehensive Plan Amendment and Rezoning for an 81 +/acre prop erty located along Medical Boule vard to the west of and to the north of the Englewood YMCA. The proposal is to re-designate the Future Land Use of the propert y from Special Planning Area 2 to Moderate Density Residential (<2 to <5 dwelling units per acre) and to rezone the property from Planned Unit Development (PUD) to Planned Unit Developmen t (PUD) with an amended binding Development Concept Plan. The neighborhood workshop will be held on Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 6:00 PM at the Engle wood YMCA (Multi-Purpose Room) 701 Medical Boulevard, Engle wood FL 34223. This is not a public hearing. The purpose o f the workshop is to inform neigh boring residents of the nature o f the project, to solicit suggestions and concerns, and discuss the proposed concept plan. If you have any questions, please con tact Boone, Boone, Boone & Koda, P.A., at (941) 488-6716. For more information, visi t http://bit.ly/2C6XKPK Sarasota County prohibits discrim ination in all services, programs o r activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disabil ity, sex, marital status, familial sta tus, religion, or genetic infor mation. Persons with disabilities who require assistance or alterna tive means for communication o f program information (Braille, large print, audiotape,etc.), or wish to file a complaint, should contac t Sarasota County ADA/Civil Rights Coordinator, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34236, Phone: 941 861-5000; TTY 7-7-1 or 1-800 955-8771, E-mail: adacoordinator@scgov.net Publish: March 17, 2018 124939 3559828 PUNTA GORDA „ The Peace River Federated Republican Womens Forum hosted its monthly meeting Wednesday at the Isles Yacht Club, featuring Florida Agriculture commissioner candidate, Matt Caldwell. My family has been in Florida for nearly 200 years,Ž Caldwell said. Thats why Im so passionate about getting involved in my community and in politics.Ž Caldwell addressed various focal points regarding his campaign, including his political background, other experiences that may aid him in this position, and what it means to be agriculture commissioner. Agriculture is the No. 2 industry in Florida,Ž Caldwell said. That shows just how big of an impact it has on our community.Ž Caldwell takes a conservative stance, and is a strong advocate for the Second Amendment, limited government and wants to push for reducing taxes. He was elected in the Florida House in 2010. Hes also been involved in political activities since he was in college at both then-Edison State College and Florida Gulf Coast University. According to Caldwell, Florida has the best pension at state level in the country, and he wants to ensure that local governments are continuing to make advances as well. After his speech, he took the time to answer questions from forum members, addressing the restoration of the Everglades, a project that Caldwell is heavily involved in, as well his stance on the recreational use of marijuana. Ive opposed recreational use of marijuana since the beginning and I will continue to oppose it,Ž Caldwell said. It needs to be regulated, just like every other medicine.Ž Caldwell made it clear his main focus is giving back to and serving the state that he calls his home.Ag candidate speaks to GOP groupBy DESTINY LIDDLESUN INTERN SUN PHOTO BY DESTINY LIDDLEPeace River Federated Republican Womens Forum ocers with Agriculture Commissioner candidate, Matt Caldwell. Pictured left to right: Joette Maynard, Treasurer; Christine Lee, Assistant Treasurer; Matt Caldwell, candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture; Deb Harrington, President; Vanessa Grant Oliver, Vice-President; and Monica Woodmansee, Secretary. NORTH PORT „ Those interested in keeping North Port clean have their chance to help a week from today. The city will participate in the annual Great American Cleanup,Ž which is celebrating its 20th year. More than 5 million volunteers and participants will join the clean up across the nation, including North Port. The efforts will focus along North Port roads this year. It will take place from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 24. Participants should meet up at North Port City Hall, 4970 City Hall Blvd. at 8 a.m. The project is part of Keep Sarasota County Beautiful, which initiates community projects to keep cities clean of debris. To get involved in the Great American Cleanup, contact the North Port Department of Public Works at 941-240-8050.Annual North Port city cleanup returnsSTAFF REPORT SUN PHOTO BY DALLAS EMRICHJerey Morales, 15, a North Port High School Key Club volunteer, helps his brother Christopher, 14, also a Key Clubber, with trash during the cleanup. The Key Club worked with Builders Club members from Imagine School at North Port on Saturday to clean up North Port. PUNTA GORDA „ As Punta Gorda polishes off improvements at Gilchrist Park, it also updated its rental policy at all city park facilities. City Council adopted a new fee schedule a week ago, realigning rental fees of new facilities with comparable existing ones. The rental schedule includes Gilchrist Park, Laishley Park, Ponce de Leon Park, as well as Government Center, Hector House Plaza, Freeman House Plaza and Herald Court Plaza. Rental costs are broken into two categories „ nonpro“t and pro“t „ and require a damage deposit. Discounted rates are available to nonpro“t organizations and active military personnel, whereas prices for-pro“t organizations tend to run higher. Gazebo rental at Gilchrist and Laishley parks starts at $20 an hour for nonpro“t groups, while open air pavilion costs can range from $20-$35 an hour „ or $150 a day „ depending on park and space size. Exclusive all-day events range from $500-$750 with a $500 deposit. Rental includes all gazebos, plazas and park pavilions, though, City Council has taken a hard line against closing public pathways, especially the Harborwalk. Some exceptions apply. For more information or to request a rental, visit: http://www.ci.puntagorda.”.us/visitors/ rent-a-city-park-facility.Punta Gorda adopts new park rental policiesBy JONATHAN SCHOLLESSTAFF WRITERthe only ones worried. River Road is a hub. There are only two or three roads to use to get out of the state. We saw that with Irma. ... Were working extremely hard to get this done... Its a $200 millionplus project.Ž If Hurricane Irma did anything positive, it was to put River Road at the top of the list,Ž Commissioner Debbie McDowell added. While the gyms acoustics sometimes made hearing dif“cult, Gran Paradiso residents Deb and Mike Watchowski found the town hall very informative. I think they should do it again,Ž Deb said, although shed prefer a smaller venue next time, and would like a better understanding of how the taxes West Villages residents pay the city are allocated. Mike said the event left him feeling more included. And I liked that the mayor gave the history of the (West Villages) district. I never understood that, and it showed (North Port) wanted to get involved,Ž he said. Yates, in closing comments, said two hours really wasnt enough time. This is a kind of opening. Please, give us a call. Invite us to the meetings and coffee sessions you have. West Villages is just as important as any other part of the city,Ž she said. All of the topics discussed at the town hall meeting will be made available on the citys website, www. cityofnorthport.com.Email: annek@sun-herald.comVILLAGESFROM PAGE 2 NON-MESH TREATMENT OF PELVIC PROLAPSE SOLUTIONS FOR BLADDER CONTROL PROBLEMSMICHAEL J. WOLPMANN, MD, FACOG, FACSAdvanced Gynecology and Urogynecology € Board Certified € Annual Exams € Vaginal Reconstructive Surgery € Treatment of Urinary Incontinence € Robotic Surgery € Advanced Laparoscopy € Hormone Therapy € Second Opinions485.5700 BaysideGyn.comOffice Conveniently Located on Venice Avenue NEW PATIENTS WELCOME Affiliated with Doctors Hospital & Venice Regional Bayfront Health adno=54533359 Bicycle/Pedestrian/Trails Advisory Committee … March 20, 5:30 p.m., Training Room, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-0945 Board of County Commissioners Budget Workshop … March 23, 9 a.m., Think Tank, Third Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5344 … LIVE TV and Webcast Board of County Commissioners Joint Meeting with Charlotte County … March 21, 2 p.m., Commission Chamber, 18500 Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte. Call 941-861-5344 Development Services Advisory Committee … March 21, 3 p.m., Conference Room 2, Sarasota County Operations Center, 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-6637 Early Learning Coalition Board of Directors … March 21, 6 p.m., Meeting Room, 8280 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota 34238. Call 941-954-4830, Ext. 115 Englewood Community Health Action Team (Englewood CHAT) … March 20, 9:30-11 a.m., St. Davids Episcopal Church, 401 S. Broadway St., Englewood. Call 941-861-2867 Family Safety Alliance … March 22, 3 p.m., Manatee Central Library, 1301 Bacarrota Blvd. West, Bradenton. Call 941-861-2578 Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota County Business Meeting … March 22, noon, Loevner Room, Bldg. J, Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center, 1750 17th St., Sarasota. Call 941-373-7070, Ext. 300 Lockwood Ridge Road/Ashton Road Metering Station Amenities Public Meeting … March 22, 6:30 p.m., Sarasota Christian Church, 2923 Ashton Road, Sarasota. Call 941-861-5000 Seniors Advisory Council Work Group … March 19, 3 p.m., Room 227, William L. Little Health & Human Services Center, 2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-2882 SURE Nehemiah Action Assemother topics (including members of the Sarasota Board of County Commissioners and Sarasota County School Board) … March 19, 6:30-8:15 p.m., Sarasota Municipal Auditorium, 801 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. Call 941-702-4794 Value Adjustment Board (VAB) Petitioner Hearing … March 21, 9 a.m., Room 210, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. All hearing schedules are subject to change. Call 941-861-5279Big Truck Day moves to NBP in 2018 Big trucks will be rolling into Nathan Benderson Park this March for the annual Big Truck Day, and Sarasota County wants your truck to be part of the action. Now in its 22nd year, Big Truck Day will be at the new location, 5851 Nathan Benderson Circle, for 2018. Hosted by Sarasota County Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources and Suncoast Aquatic Nature Center Associates, Inc., this years event, which is free and open to the public, will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sarasota County Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources is looking for trucks to be showcased on Saturday, March 31, at the popular, annual event, which is held to give children and adults a chance to explore the vehicles and trucks they see on the streets as well as meet and speak with the people who operate them. Contact program coordinator Jamal Edwards at 941-486-2780 or jed wards@scgov.net if youre interested in participating and providing a truck for the event. In previous years, some of the big trucks featured were dump trucks, and buses. The event will also include the EGG stravaganza, featuring egg hunts for kids ages four and younger and will also be available. For more information call the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-861-5000 or visit scgov.net. adno=54530042

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Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 FROM PAGE ONE an analysis last month in the New York Times. The organizations political action committee over the last decade has not made a single direct contribution to any current member of the Florida House or Senate, according to campaign “nance records,Ž the Times analysis stated. Most lawmakers representing the local area did not vote in favor of SB 7026, which involves an appropriation of $400,000,000. Rep. Mike Grant (R-Port Charlotte) supported it. But Rep. Julio Gonzalez (R-Venice), Sen. Denise Grimsley (R-Lake Placid), and Sen. Greg Steube (R-Sarasota) all voted nay. Gonzalez, who has announced a run for Congress, is a doctor and holds a law degree. The banning of long gun purchases by young adults is the reason Gonzalez said he couldnt vote in favor of SB 7026. He believes the NRAs case could go all the way the U.S. Supreme Court, and he said that if he sat on the High Court hed agree with the NRA. The law involving banning of long gun purchases by young adults infringes on peoples rights in a manner that is not well based in logic and does not address what led to the shooting, according to Gonzalez, who said raising the age is logically ”awed and constitutionally defunct.Ž Its a law designed to make people feel betterŽ even though government failed, according to Gonzalez, who said he supported other elements of SB 7026 but the arbitrary and capricious nature of the age limit change prevented him from voting yay. Local membership numbers werent available from Sheran, or the NRA „ which reaf“rmed a national “gure. But according to the NRAs lawsuit the NRA has approximately 5 million members, many thousands of which reside in Florida.Ž A Pew Research Center survey last year found 30 percent of U.S. adults surveyed owned a gun. However, most people surveyed, or 57 percent, did not live in a home with a gun. Sheran is now barred from selling long guns to adults under 21. The age rule previously applied for handguns „ but 18-yearolds could potentially buy long guns before in Florida. Meanwhile, a so-called gun show loophole was not apparently closed by lawmakers, which allow person-to-person sales that do not involve background checks as with licensed “rearms dealers like Sheran. You can go to a gun show, and buy one out of the trunk of a car,Ž Sheran said. Since the new law passed, young adults have been calling with questions and to share their thoughts, Sheran said. Gonzalez „ whose child attends Venice High School „ also said he has heard from young people that are affected by the new law including some blow back to it as well as support for it. He said comments have ranged from young people telling him all guns should be banned in the nation, to others saying they have handled weapons before and dont believe their right to buy a long gun should have been taken away. The bill speaks to the purchase of a “rearm from a licensed manufacturer or dealer, it does not speci“cally address private sale,Ž said Katherine Betta, spokesperson for the Florida Of“ce of the Senate President. And spokesperson for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Jessica Cary said we cant speak to gun shows.Ž She noted FDLEs role is to operate Floridas Firearm Purchase Program (FPP) that involves sale and delivery of “rearms by licensed “rearm dealers to persons who are not licensed “rearm dealers and that has not changed.Ž DISAGREEMENTCan a 19-year-old who lives on their own get a long gun for home protection? The new law says a person younger than 21 may not purchase a “rearmŽ and the sale or transfer of a “rearm to anyone under 21 may not be made or facilitated by a licensed “rearm importer, manufacturer, or dealer „ such as Sheran. That would be a felony now, unless the long gun is bought by a law enforcement or corrections of“cer, or a service member between the ages of 18 and 21. The question of a gift came up in questions and debate on the Senate ”oor,Ž said Betta. In answers to those questions, it was reiterated that the bill, now law, speaks to the purchase of a “rearm, not the possession of a “rearm.Ž NRA contends in its lawsuit that Floridas new law ”atly bans young adults under 21 from purchasing “rearms, whether from federally licensed “rearms dealers or from any other source.Ž And that, according to the NRA, violates the fundamental rights of thousands of responsible, law abiding Florida citizens and thus is invalid under the Second and Fourteenth Amendments.Ž The law still doesnt sit well with everyone who it applies to „ though many students lobbied the Legislature for changes such as this. Other students have engaged in school walkouts locally and statewide involving issues of school safety and gun control. About 10 to 15 calls per day from younger adults started to roll in to Sherans business „ J & J One Stop Gun Shop „ last week, he said. Before the law passed, Sheran said, they would only get one or two [calls] per monthŽ from that demographic. The tone of calls shifted, though, when the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act (SB 7026) became law, according to Sheran. Of the calls to Sherans shop, he said about half have been questions while the other half have involved discontent. They have been about 80/20 heavy on males, he said. The alleged Stoneman Douglas shooter was a 19-year-old former, male student who legally bought “rearms tied to the attack that killed 17 people. According to some reports, the suspected shooter had alerted people to his desire to be a school shooter, who in turn alerted law enforcement. He was not to be allowed on campus with a backpack and the schools armed resource of“cer purportedly remained outside the building during the attack. Florida lawmakers and Scott said they took input from survivors of the tragedy and their families in crafting the law that also includes a ban later this year on bump stock devices, which make legal semi-automatic “rearms “re more like fully automatic “rearms. It also provisions involving mental health, “rearm safety and school safety. We can never replace the 17 lives lost at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, but in their memory we can and through this legislation we will, do more to prevent a senseless tragedy like this one from ever happening again,Ž said Florida Senate President Joe Negron (R-Stuart) in a statement last week. But Sheran said what they did is make it more of a pain... For law abiding citizens.Ž And the NRA elaborated on its website: These gun control provisions do nothing to enhance school safety. They merely serve to punish lawabiding citizens for the actions of a mentally ill murderer and the failures of government of“cials who refused to do their jobs.Ž The NRAs lawsuit is “led against Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Rick Swearingen, commissioner of FDLE. Bondis of“ce said they were in the process of reviewing the complaint and cannot comment further at this time.Ž As an executive agency, FDLE has a longstanding tradition of political independence and impartiality as such we will not comment on the lawsuit,Ž said Ca ry, FDLEs spokesperson.Email: Apraegitzer@sun-herald.comGUNFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOIn this March 9 photo, Florida Gov. Rick Scott signs the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Act in the governors oce at the Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee. A nationwide Associated Press review of bills introduced in state legislatures before and after the Valentines Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School provides a political reality check in that it suggests the dramatic legislative scene that took place in Florida is unlikely to be repeated elsewhere, at least this year. The shoulder stock is designed to slide toward and away from the users shoulder. The trigger finger is kept stationary in front of the trigger. The user pushes the gun away from the users shoulder and into the trigger finger. A round is fired, and the recoil sends the gun back. As long as the gun is constantly being pulled away from the shoulder, the gun will continue to fire. Although automatic weapons „ those that continue firing as long as the trigger is pulled „ have been banned in the U.S., modifications known as bump stocks or reciprocating stocks allow semi-automatic rifles „ those that fire one bullet for every trigger pull „ to be fired continuously. Bump stocksSource: U.S. Patent and Trademark OfficeGraphic: Tribune News Service SUN PHOTO BY ANDREA PRAEGITZERJoel Sheran, owner of J & J One Stop Gun Shop at 2324 Tamiami Trail in Port Charlotte showed AR-15 rearms to the Sun last month. BEFORE & AFTER: Floridas Long Gun LawLast week, the Florida Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott passed a law raising the current age to purchase a long gun from a licensed firearm dealer from 18 to 21 and increased wait times, among other changes. Here is how the long gun purchase rules read before the law was passed last week, and after, according to Florida Department of Law Enforcements website.BEFORE Florida requirements to purchase a long gun (rifle/shotgun)€ Must be 18 to purchase € All legal U.S. residents may purchase a long gun in Florida provided the sale complies with applicable laws in the state where the purchaser resides. € Fingerprints are not required; the background check is conducted utilizing demographic data. € Florida does not require a specialized permit to purchase a firearm. € Concealed Weapon Permit holders are subject to the same background check as persons who do not possess a Concealed Weapon Permit. € The State of Florida does not require a waiting period for the purchase of a long gun. € Individual counties, cities and municipalities have the ability to pass laws that add or lengthen the waiting period for any type of firearm. Please consult your local county commission for more detailed information. € There is no exemption to the background check requirement for Concealed Weapon Permit holders. € There is no limit to the number of firearms you may purchase per background check. However, once the sale is completed, each additional firearm purchase in the future requires a new BATF form 4473 to be completed and the background check process repeated. READ MORE€ Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety ActŽ: http://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2018/7026/BillText/er/PDF € U.S. poll on guns from Pew Research Center (2017): http:// www.pewsocialtrends.org/2017/06/22/americas-complex-relationship-with-guns/ BUMP STOCKS BANNED...SOONOn Oct. 1, bump stocks will be banned in Florida. The following is how new rules passed last week by the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott reads regarding devices called bump stocks, which were purportedly used in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history last year at a Las Vegas concert. € A person may not import into this state or transfer, distribute, sell, keep for sale, offer for sale, possess, or give to another person a bump fire stock. A person who violates this section commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s.741 775.083, or s. 775.084. As used in this section, the term bump fire stock means a conversion kit, a tool, an accessory, or a device used to alter the rate of fire of a firearm to mimic automatic weapon fire or which is used to increase the rate of fire to a faster rate than is possible for a person to fire such semiautomatic firearm unassisted by a kit, a tool, an accessory, or a device.Ž -SOURCE: SB 7026 FRIENDS OF NRA AREA EVENTSFriends of NRA is the blockbuster fundraising program under The NRA Foundation,Ž according to www.friendsofnra.org. Since day one, it has been a 100 percent grassroots effort fueled by a united front to secure the Second Amendment and raise money for the shooting sports.Ž Since 1992, $810 million has been raised at these events, involving 4.3 million attendees and 21,000 events. Half of the proceeds go to local and state projects and the other half the national projects. Last year, 1,100 events were held. Events include silent auctions, game tables, mingling and dining. Here are upcoming Friends of the NRA events in the area: WHAT: Charlotte Harbor Friends of NRA WHEN: March 29, 6 p.m. WHERE: Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center; 75TaylorSt., Punta Gorda CONTACT: Joel Sheran; 941-626-4567; joel.sheran@jjonestopgunshop.com€ € €WHAT: Northbay Friends of NRA WHEN: April 26, 6 p.m. WHERE: Bradenton Moose Lodge; 310 44th Ave, E, Bradenton CONTACT: Lois Roby; 941-685-2771; ladybug@mailmt.com -SOURCE: www.friendsofnra.org AFTER Requirements to purchase a firearm in Florida€ Must be 21 years of age. Rifles and shotguns may be purchased by a person who is at least 18 when that person is a law enforcement officer or correctional officer as defined in F.S. 943.10 or service member as defined in F.S. 250.01. € Must be a Florida resident to purchase a handgun. Long guns may be purchased by persons who are residents of other states so long as the sale complies with applicable laws in the purchasers state of residence. € Legal permanent resident aliens who are Florida residents may purchase a firearm and must provide a valid alien registration number. € Non-resident aliens visiting Florida must present a border crossing number (I-94) and a valid exception document. € Florida does not require a permit to purchase a firearm nor is there a permit that exempts any person from the background check requirement. € There is a waiting period of three days, excluding weekends and state holidays, between purchase and delivery of all firearms. € Individual counties and cities have the authority to enact local ordinances extending the waiting period to as much as five days. Please consult local ordinances for more detailed information. € There is no limit to the number of firearms that may be transferred in a single transaction. The transaction is considered complete once the dealer has completed and signed the ATF Form 4473. An additional transfer (whether minutes later, the next day, or the next month) requires an additional background check. -SOURCE: FDLE Pam Bondi, Attorney General Rick Swearingen, commissioner of FDLE

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSWhy doesnt the government do what the people want? After the recent deadly shooting at a Florida high school, many Americans are asking that question about the federal governments “rearms policy. Recent polls show that a majority of Americans support stronger gun laws „ including tighter restrictions on purchasing and a ban on assault weapons „ in the wake of the shooting. Students demand that elected of“cials do something,Ž and many adults echo that sentiment. But policy does not always follow public opinion. Why are the publics pleas on this and other issues ignored? I am a pollster and a political scientist who studies gun control. I have examined the issue from different perspectives. I have found that there are three major reasons that policy does not always follow public opinion: the structure of the U.S. government, the overlooked complexities of public opinion and the in”uence of voters and interest groups.Citizens dont make policyFirst, the United States is a republic, not a direct democracy. Citizens choose representatives who make policy decisions; citizens do not make those decisions directly. The Founders, who were not all fans of democracy and feared mob rule, established our governmental structure over 200 years ago, and those foundations remain today. While about half the states have some form of initiative or referendum process to allow voters to directly enact policy, there is no such provision in the U.S. Constitution. And for those who advocate for repealing the Second Amendment as a way to restrict gun ownership in the U.S., thats not accomplished directly by citizens, either. Such changes would have to be voted on by elected representatives in Congress and legislatures across the country. The composition and rules of Congress are also crucial. This allocation of senators disproportionately represents the interests of less populous states. So California and New York, the “rst and fourth largest states and ones that favor stricter gun laws, comprise about 18 percent of the population of the United States but only 4 percent of the senators. Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Idaho, which tend to favor gun rights, comprise about 2 percent of the population and 12 percent of the Senate. The House of Representatives also advantages lower-population states, albeit to a much lesser extent. The House is also subject to the partisan drawing of districts which has advantaged Republican „ who tend to support gun rights „ since the 2010 Census. The ubiquitous use of the “libuster, which can allow a Senate minority to block majority-supported legislation, has led to the point that most substantive legislation must get 60 votes in the Senate to pass. In a closely divided Senate, 60 votes are almost impossible to muster. Policy often doesnt follow pollingSecond: Polling and public opinion are not as straightforward as they seem. Focusing on only one or two poll questions can distort the publics views regarding gun control. Polling numbers generally show strong support for gun control measures such as universal background checks and an assault weapons ban. Simultaneously, most Americans think that additional gun control measures wont reduce violent crime. This is not surprising because most Americans dont blame guns for these tragedies. We should also keep in mind that gun control is not the only issue in which policy does not follow opinion. Other such issues include policies as diverse as education, foreign aid and abortion. And policy that re”ects the will of the peopleŽ may collide with legitimate legal constraints. Crafting legislation that disquali“es those we all agree should not possess “rearms but protects the rights of lawabiding citizens is quite dif“cult.People vote, not pollsFinally, the in”uence of voters and interest groups can counteract the in”uence of the majoritys opinion in swaying policy. For example, who votes matters. Gun owners are more likely than non-owners to vote based on the issue of gun control, to have contacted an elected of“cial about gun rights, and to have contributed money to an organization that takes a position on gun control. Such differing rates of political activity are to be expected because many gun owners fear their rights are or will be restricted, and that drives them to the polls. The National Ri”e Association is a critical player in this discussion. In some ways a victim of its own success, the gun owners rights group is thought by many to have outsized power that it wields indiscriminately. Its critics have called it a terrorist organization with blood on its hands. It is reasonable to assume NRA members can deduce that others see their dues and contributions as making them complicit in the deaths of many. I contend that neither these attacks nor boycotts are likely to deter support. In February, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre responded to criticism by talking about a socialist agenda.Ž He said NRA critics and the eliteŽ wanted to eradicate all individual freedoms.Ž The rhetoric is toxic, and both sides are guilty. Whatever power the NRA possesses is a result of its membership and their votes. Its approximately 5 million members pay attention to the groups candidate ratings and generally vote accordingly. Many others who are not members also agree with the group as evidenced by its consistent favorableŽ ratings, typically measured in the 50 percentplus range. Support for stricter gun laws typically increases after a mass shooting, but it tends to revert back to the trend line over time. Elected officials want votes. There is no doubt that money is essential for political campaigns, but votes, not money or polls, are what determine elections. If a group can supply votes, then it has power. As such, the NRA is very powerful in some parts of the country. Many factors influence how legislation is drafted, amended, enacted and implemented. Searching for a direct causal connection from public opinion to specific policies, including gun control, may be akin to a search for the holy grail. Our elected officials care more about the opinions of those who vote for them than what the nation as a whole thinks. 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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 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 IEWPOINTAssault weapons are made to kill Turned away from high school President owned by plutocrats Great evening of Rigoletto Is Trump/GOP budget defensible? No newcomer in this raceEditor: Enough already! Fact: Assault weapons are made to kill people. Fact: Guns are made to kill people. Fact: Stupidity makes people use weapons that kill people. Nothing in the above weapons put dinner on your Sunday night dinner table Im so tired of hearing about gun owners Second Amendment rights, a right that was valid in the 18th century and you cant tell me that you dont know that it is not valid in the 21st century You want a weapon? Get a shotgun and you might hit something that you can provide as food for your family. The other fact is your weapon of choice that you claim you have to protect your family and home is laughable. In this country, armed police and our huge armed forces, drones, helicopters would bring you down in a nanoŽ second and you know it. So grow up! Our kids are suppose to go Lemon Bay High School, not Raiford prison or a grave.David Kinzer EnglewoodEditor: I drove up to Port Charlotte High School about 10 am. There was a nice older gentleman in what appeared to be a security guard jacket who stopped me at the gate. As he walked over, I noticed two, maybe more, sheriff deputies at the door to the school, facing out toward the gate, as if to stop anyone from coming into the school. The nice old gentleman asked if I was a parent picking up someone. When I told him I was interested in seeing what was happening, he said, Oh, they are having their little event in the gymnasium.Ž He then directed me to back up and Editor: The White House circus is very entertaining, with its signature act by an incompetent dictator wannabe, but if I want entertainment I watch The Apprentice.Ž Trump can not govern, no less make deals. His wealth was from suing and the bullying people and companies who worked for him. He is a con man, plain and simple, but the con has only worked until his mark, (the American people) wised up. Now that we all know who he really is, it is imperative that we put a stop to the con and mitigate the damage. The November elections are our best opportunity to put a stop to his attack on our democracy. If we succeed in deposing the autocrats who are complicit in his maleficence we may just save our democracy from collapsing under the weight of the American oligarchs who are backing them. I am an independent by choice, but a Democrat by necessity. I feel it is my duty to do what I can to put a stop the Republicans who only represent a small minority of wealth hording donors and ill-informed constituents who believe winning is everything, no Editor: I am writing in praise of the Gulfshore Operas performance of RigolettoŽ performed at the Cultural Center on March 10. We are incredibly fortunate to have an opera company of this quality in our area. In its fourth season, the company performs in Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties and offers concerts and intimate events such as luncheons and dinners at affordable prices for lucky locals in all three counties. The fully staged production was fantastic. The young and attractive singers are worldclass performers on the brink of stardom, which makes hearing and watching them now such a treat. In particular, Daniel Sco“eld as Rigoletto, Camille Ortiz as his daughter, Gilda, Jonathan Tetelman as the Duke of Mantua, and Tyler Putnam as the assassin, Sparafucile, were all superb. We can only hope for a better performance space with acoustics worthy of the performance in the future. As we grow, our county would be richly served by a Concert Hall with such acoustics, and a civic auditorium and a high school theater simply arent adequate. Nonetheless, bravo to the performers and brava to Staffanie Pearce, the Gulfshore Operas artistic director for another fantastic season. I look forward to many more enjoyable evenings of operatic music with the Gulfshore and encourage others to join me.Linda Greene Punta GordaEditor: While one man wrote a letter to the editor about new peopleŽ after I announced my candidacy for the congressional seat vacatedŽ by Tom Rooney, I would like to set the record straight for the information challenged. The Johhny-come-latelies who didnt have the backbone to try to unseat the incumbent,Ž in the writers words, does not apply to my candidacy. First, I was on the 2016 ballot (NPA) opposing Mr. Rooney when no other Republican had the guts. Second, I filed to run (Republican) in 2018 three weeks before Mr. Rooney made his decision not to seek re-election which, I am quite sure, had nothing to do with Toms decision. Finally, while I share his opinion that Bill Akins, with four bronze stars, certainly has the courage it takes to be a great congressman,Ž and the others in the race seem to be nothing but career politicians,Ž I am not one of them. A former assembly line worker, Jiffy Lube, 7-Eleven and grocery store manager, social worker, director of the U.S. Census Southeast Florida, Fortune 500 vice president, owner of 27 bookstores and Hallmark shops, excellent bridge player, economist, pretty good pianist, member of UAW, AFSCMA, SAG and inventor of key lime pie, I know how things (used to) work, and how to fix those things that dont work. And Im a Vietnam veteran with just four fewer bronze stars than Mr. Akins. So there!John Sawyer Punta GordaLocal counties in line for state appropriationsOUR POSITION: The “nal distribution of funds from the recently passed Florida budget are months away, but some key programs and projects in Charlotte and Sarasota counties are in line for state money.Rep. Michael Grant, R-Port Charlotte, knows how tough it can be to funnel state money to local projects. But the local lawmaker has put his constituency in line for key funding from the record $88.7 billion budget passed by the Legislature last week. At the top of the list is a oneyear renewal of $750,000 for a Community Action Treatment team at Charlotte Behavioral Healthcare. The program, which we have featured in recent stories, funds early intervention with young people who have issues with authority, problems with substance abuse or some traits of mental illness. The CAT team goes into the homes of clients and members are available 24 hours a day to help steer them toward a more responsible lifestyle and success in school. We were also able to get $500,000 for the septic/sewer conversion in El Jobean,Ž Grant said. And we got $1.5 million for a training course at the Punta Gorda Airport that will be the only one of its kind (south of Jacksonville). This will be used by counties all around us to train for rescue and “re emergencies at airports.Ž While most of the projects and funding outlays still must escape Gov. Rick Scotts veto, Grant is optimistic funding will go through. Here are appropriations to Charlotte and Sarasota counties lawmakers approved: € From general revenue funds, money for two Community Action Treatment teams: Charlotte Behavioral Healthcare, $750,000; Manatee Glens, Sarasota, DeSoto, $750,000 € For maintenance and repair of state-owned residential facilities for veterans: Douglas Jacobson State Veterans Nursing Home, $250,000 € From nonrecurring funding from the General Revenue Fund for water projects: Charlotte County El Jobean septic-to-sewer conversion, $500,000 € Peace River Manasota Partially Treated Water ASR Project, $1 million. € Venice Eastgate Water and Sewer Relocation Phase 2 (HB 2035)(Senate Form 1016), $750,000 € From nonrecurring funding to local government “re services: Charlotte County Airport Rescue and Fire“ghting Training Prop (HB 2711)(Senate Form 1521), $1,500,000 € From funding for the School Readiness Program to early learning coalitions: Charlotte, DeSoto, Highlands, Hardee, $9,068,317; Sarasota, $5,432,490 € From funding for Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program: Charlotte, DeSoto, Highlands, Hardee, $4,149,617; Sarasota $4,807,863 € From non-recurring funds for local transportation projects from the state transportation trust fund: City of Venice Road Improvement Project, $1 million. € From nonrecurring funds from the Special Employment Security Administration Trust Fund: Humane Society of Sarasota County-Shelter Renovation, $390,000 € From reimbursement funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency associated with moneys expended by the state of Florida in response to declared states of emergency occurring in 2017: Sarasota County Schools Summer Learning Academy, $500,000; Sarasota County-Dona Bay Watershed Restoration Project, $750,000 € From the funds for grants/ aids to Childrens Medical Services Network: $280,000 from the General Revenue Fund shall continue to be provided to the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder program in Sarasota County (recurring base appropriations project). turn right. I noticed a car with the call letters of a Fort Myers TV station parked in the tree lawn next to the street at the gate. I noticed a car driven by someone I took to be a mom turning into the school behind me. Other traffic seemed to be passing in normal fashion. The car behind me left room so I could back up and leave before she came close to the gate. I decided to leave, so I do not know what else happened there at the gate with the second car. I wonder what will happen here on the 24th and then again on April 14 and May 14.The Rev. Jerry Eckert Port CharlotteEditor: Is a daily $3.3 billion or $2.2M a second federal deficit the new spending norm? Trump and the GOP were elected to office on promises to drain the swamp, cut spending, and shrink government. Growing the government 13 percent does none of those. Candidate Trump promised to get rid of the debt fairly quickly.Ž Interest payments rose 10 percent from last year to $310B. Its now on the path to becoming the fastest-growing part of the budget, rising from 7 percent of federal spending to 21 percent in 10 years according to the Congressional Budget Office. Investing in our national defense has merit but without offsets from the remaining budget is irresponsible fiscal policy. This increased spending will prompt government to print more bonds to pay for it and that will create upward pressure on bond yields which will affect everyones borrowing. The Republicans only care about the deficit when theyre out of power. Unless both political parties are willing to take on the challenge of limited government and less spending our current failed fiscal policies will reign supreme and leave even greater challenges for the next generation.Frank Mazur Punta Gordamatter the cost. They have gerrymandered and voter suppressed their way into power and with the help of the Russians have installed a president who is destroying this nation. This fall is your opportunity to determine if the America people continue to have a democracy or a government with a pseudo-president, controlled and run by plutocrats.Dennis Bischof Port Charlotte

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 9 VIEWPOINTThe Sun on March 4 summed it up very well: If we had more psychologists and counselors in schools, the chances of nipping a violent encounter in the bud would be greater.Ž In the “nal hours of its 2018 session, the Florida Legislature struggled to address the catastrophic killing of seventeen lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Its solution: Raise the minimum age for gun purchase, extend the waiting period for handgun purchase, ban bump stocks for automatic “re. A voluntary program for counties to enable and train school employees to carry guns appeared to be the most controversial approved component. Near the end of most media reports following legislative enactment and subsequent approval by the governor, a oneline reference to create new health programs in schools appeared. The bill, now state statute, is 105 pages. The so-called new health programŽ covered in two pages requires the state Department of Education to contractŽ community action treatment teams throughout the state. Those teams would provide behavioral health and support services for 11to 13-year-olds, adolescents, and young adults 18 to 21 years with serious behavioral health conditions such as: € Risking placement from home; € Repeating failures at multiple-care efforts; € Experiencing two or more hospitalizations; € Involving in cases with Juvenile Justice Department; € Engaging in multiple episodes with law enforcement; € Producing poor academic performance or suspension. Children younger than 11 would be covered if demonstrating characteristics of severely emotionally disturbed students as currently described in state law for multi-agency educational services. Teams will address therapeutic needs of the young person, assist parents and caregivers to obtain services and support, make referrals to specialized treatment providers, and follow up to ensure services are received. The act speci“es: Subject to appropriations and at a minimum, individually serve each of the following counties or regions:Ž What follows in the law is a list of 33 counties and regions. Unfortunately, Charlotte County is not listed. Palm Beach, Collier, and Sarasota are. The law subsequently states subject to appropriations, the department shall contract for additional teamsŽ to ensure availability for the rest of the state. Relying on existing countywide resources, the Charlotte County school district bears an awesome challenge to help some students recover from mental disorders. Succinctly, these students need a stable place to live, meaningful in-school and out-of-school activities, and relationships that provide friendship and hope. Long-established state law provides for multi-agency services for students with severe emotional disturbances. Such networks are designed to enable such students with learning appropriate behaviors, reducing dependency, and fully participating in all aspects of school and community living. A community-based approach to violence prevention is a long haul, not a quick “x. It is about preventing instead of reacting. Improving social and emotional health requires going into the community with preventive resources. You lower levels of bullying and discrimination. You track data and you perform assessments on potential risks. If resources are devoted to shutting down bullying, discrimination and harassment, there is a chance to de-escalate con”ict before it starts. School climate re”ects the quality of relationships among students and adults in a school. It is affected by the schools approach to discipline and behavior, availability of counselors and social workers, as well as social-emotional issues discussed in the classroom. School climate affects students mental and emotional health and academic success. Key factors that make schools safer: Cultivate social and emotional health, connect to community resources, and respond to troubled students. Students who bring weapons to school sometimes report being bullied or threatened themselves. They may be fearful of violence and feel a need to protect themselves on the way to and from school. School climate is an ongoing effort. An emergency approach kicks in when someone reports a student bringing a weapon to school or talking about violence. It is a threat.Ž There is no one pro“le of a school shooter. Almost all students, however, who committed homicide had told someone of their intentions. The principal, school counselor, school psychologist and a school-based police of“cer talk to the people involved and any witnesses. They attempt to “gure out if the threat is serious. Is there a plan? Is there a weapon? Next steps include notifying parents, taking steps to protect victims, and referrals to mental health and law enforcement as appropriate. Summing up, it is critical to assess school climate, to reduce exclusionary practices like suspension and expulsion, to maintain physically and emotionally safe schools, and to staff up counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers, both in school and in community. Norm Goldman served New Jerseys major statewide educational institutions and received national and state recognition as an effective advocate for youth-serving organizations. He 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.Community approach to preventing school violence Curmudgeon ClubNorm Goldman Tobacco Free Florida is working. The number of Floridians using tobacco has declined dramatically. As Jim Rosica reported for Florida Politics, former state Attorney General Bob Butterworth said the number of high school students using tobacco has dropped to 4.2 percent. It was at more than 27 percent two decades ago when Tobacco Free Florida began an aggressive campaign to help people stop smoking or never start in the “rst place. So, naturally, when you have something that works this well, lawmakers cant resist the urge to mess with success. Hence, there is a movement afoot in the Constitutional Revision Commission to divert money from the prevention program and give it, well ƒ no one is sure. Proposal 94, “led by CRC member and House Speaker pro tempore Jeanette Nuez originally proposed re-directing the money to cancer research, but dropped that idea on Wednesday without explanation. That doesnt mean Tobacco Free Florida is in the clear though because the current proposal still restricts its funding source, subject to review commission approval. That explains why Butterworth, public relations man Ron Sachs and others are on guard. Currently, the mandate is for 15 percent of the money from the $11 billion settlement Florida made with big tobacco companies in 1997 to be used for all the anti-smoking pitches you see from Tobacco Free Florida. It also joins with health-care leaders to help Floridians addicted to tobacco break the habit. It offers educational tools about the harm tobacco can cause. Like I said, its working. So, whats behind this all sudden urge to mess with success? Butterworth said he wouldnt be surprised to “nd Big Tobacco is in the mix somewhere behind the scenes. The secrecy of how this whole thing got rolling in the “rst place certainly opens up a lot of conspiracy theories. I mean, you know how Tallahassee lawmakers are when they think they can get their mitts on a pot of money. The alarm has been sounded on this though, and even if the revision commission approves the measure, it would still have to go before voters in November. One can only hope it would get smoked. Joe Henderson has had a 45-year career in newspapers, including the last nearly 42 years at The Tampa Tribune, where he covered sports, politics and city government. The column moved on website FloridaPolitics.com.Just leave Tobacco Free Florida funding alone Florida Politics. comJoe Henderson Arcadia rodeo a great eventEditor: Anyone who attended the Arcadia rodeo this past weekend was treated to a great event in a truly magni“cent arena. After “ve years of planning and 89 years of events staged at the old arena on Heard Street, a new 7,800-person Mosaic Arena was constructed adjacent the Turner Center. It is truly an architectural masterpiece designed for spectator comfort and visibility. And the full schedule of events including fan favorites like calf roping, bronc riding, barrel racing and, of course, bull riding were all safely and skillfully executed „ bringing several oohs and aahs from the sold-out crowd on Saturday when I attended. I would like to thank the arena board of directors and arena manager Katherine Marks for having this vision and turning this dream into a reality. And special thanks to Desoto Sheriff Potter, Arcadia Marshall Anderson, FHP and all the reserves who did a fantastic job planning and routing traf“c in a very tight area. And a great job to all the hundreds of volunteers, vendors and PRCA personnel who worked tirelessly to guarantee the fans a world class rodeo experience. So if you didnt have a chance to attend this year, you need to put this on your schedule as a must doŽ for next year.Mark Schlundt Port Charlotte LETTERS TO THE EDITORHigh-rises arent neededEditor: There has been much advocacy for commercial development in Punta Gorda by several city leaders. Councilman Wein has stated that our tax base should increase to be 25 percent commercial. Nancy Johnson said in a newspaper column that Punta Gorda needs to increase its commercial development to be an economically viable city. Mayor Keesling, a local property investor, is clearly pro-development. I submit that Punta Gorda is an economically viable city. Punta Gorda city taxes are reasonable and in my case account for less that 20 percent of my total tax bill. I believe many city residents are not generally opposed to commercial development. There was no opposition to the Jones Loop Aldi development. Many are, however, opposed to the City Councils inclination to change zoning to allow high density and commercial development to encroach on public lands and residential neighborhoods. Increasing the allowable building height will only invite high-rise condos, not commercial development. The sale of the Henry Street property was favorably received by council until citizen opposition caused it to be tabled. I maintain that public lands belong to the taxpaying citizens and are not for the council to dispose of without a referendum. There has been a good deal of development in Punta Gorda since Hurricane Charley, but it has not really resulted in tax reduction. Lets let development take place where appropriate without degrading the ambiance for the residents. 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Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS Look for a third crossword in The News Wire section. VENICE „ A Venice man was arrested Thursday and charged with 40 counts of possession of child porn. Hartley Haines, 74, was arrested at his home on the 500 block of W. Baf“n Drive, in Venice. He was arrested after the Sarasota County Sheriffs Of“ce received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, reports show. The tip came Dec. 26 through the Microsoft OneDrive, cloud storage system when an image depicting child pornography was sent from Haines IP address. Reports show the image depicted a child between 6 and 8 years old in an explicit pose. Sheriffs Of“ce detectives traced the IP address to Haines home in Venice, and proceeded to arrest him. Reports show Haines was cooperative and confessed to having the pornographic images. Haines told detectives he knew that downloading child pornography was a violation of Florida law. Haines said he was not very computer sophisticated, but was able to locate the child pornography images by using internet searches, reports show. During the scan of Haines computer, numerous images and videos of children under the age of 18 were found in explicit poses. At least 30 of them contain sexual battery involving a child. The analysis of the computer is not complete, according to law enforcement. Haines has been charged with 40 counts of possession of child porn, and has no bond set. As of Friday afternoon, Haines remains in custody at the Sarasota County Jail. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comCops: Venice man arrested on 40 counts of child pornBy ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER HAINES A Port Charlotte man turned himself in Thursday to the Charlotte County Jail on an arrest warrant involving charges of burglary while armed, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill, and felon in possession of a “rearm. Christian Tyler Louis, 21, from Port Charlotte was accused in a burglary on the 22000 block of Hernando Boulevard that ended with him allegedly “ring a weapon on Dec. 31. There were no injuries, according to the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce report “led in court. According to the report, a neighbor at his residence on Hernando Avenue noticed two men attempting to get into a nearby residence through a window. The resident yelled at the men but the suspects gave chase. Then, one of the men „ allegedly Louis „ stopped, turned around and “red a round toward the resident, according to the report. Louis was found guilty in 2016 of a felony charge of Assault II and was sentenced to 36 months probation, the report states. Another suspect in the case met with authorities in January, Xavier Samuel Sanchez, 21, of Port Charlotte. Sanchez was charged with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and violation of probation, and his case is set for criminal case management on March 27. Louis was being held at the Charlotte County Jail Friday on $200,000 bond.Man turns self in on armed burglary warrantSTAFF REPORT TYLER A restaurant on Sandhill Boulevard was damaged Friday morning in a “re that is being investigated by the State Fire Marshal. Charlotte County Fire/ EMS went to Emils Sports Bar & Grill at 24901 Sandhill Blvd., around 6:20 a.m., according to Charlotte County spokesperson Brian Gleason. Flames were through the roof and the restaurant has been deemed uninhabitable,Ž Gleason said. Other businesses in the Deep Creek Commons sustained smoke damage, Gleason said. The “re was extinguished at 7:28 a.m. and traf“c was detoured brie”y Friday morning near the area of the “re. Results will take a couple of days,Ž said Gleason about the investigation into cause. The smell of smoke lingered for hours after the “re and there were no injuries. Charlotte County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Bryan Joseph Thompson, 19, 8100 block of Pine Tree Lane, West Palm Beach. Charge: possession of marijuana over 20 grams. Bond: $2,000 € Derrick Vernard Douglas Jr., 34, homeless. Charge: fail to have motor vehicle liability insurance. Bond: $1,000. € Deifalla Melik Johnson, 25, 21200 block of Birwood Avenue, Port Charlotte. Charge: out-of-county warrant, battery by intentional touch or strike. Bond: none. € Codey Travis Yeager, 30, 2100 block of Haskell Street, Port Charlotte. Charge: failure to appear. Bond: $2,500. € Marcus Antuan Parrish, 36, 4000 block of Dotham Street, Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of probation or community control. Bond: none. € Brian Jay Evans, 29, 3100 block of Crestwood Drive, Port Charlotte. Charge: resisting law enforcement of merchant during retail theft, first degree petty theft $100 to under $300. Bond: $2,500. € Rollings McGranan Stubbs Jr., 19, Palmetto. Charge: possession of marijuana over 20 grams. Bond: $2,000. € Jose Rosario Lira Correa, 37, Crescent City, Florida. Charge: knowingly driving while license is suspended or revoked. Bond: $1,000. € Christopher Lee Robles, 21, Sefner, Florida. Charge: operate a motor vehicle without a license. Bond: $1,000. € Darren James Rodriguez, 52, 100 block of Annapolis, Rotonda West. Charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession or use of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $7,500. € Frank Anthony Chinnici, 30, 300 block of Paramaribo Street, Punta Gorda. Charge: knowingly drive while license is suspended or revoked. Bond: $1,000. € Mark Anthony Sumner Sr., 45, 27000 block of Sunnybrook Road, Punta Gorda. Charge: DUI with damage to property or person, leaving the scene of a crash involving property damage. Bond: $6,000. € James Christopher Giles, 58, 31000 block of Bermont Road, Punta Gorda. Charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, fail to have motor vehicle insurance, possession or use of drug paraphernalia, tamper with or fabricate physical evidence. Bond: none. € Christian Tyler Louis, 21, 21000 block of Olean Boulevard, Port Charlotte. Charge: possession of firearm or ammunition by a Florida convicted felon, burglary of a dwelling or structure while armed, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill. Bond: $200,000. € Deandra Nytrel Williams, 23, 22000 block of Felton Avenue, Port Charlotte. Charge: grand theft more than $10,000 less than $20,000, robbery with a firearm. Bond: $325,000. € Steven Mark Massey, 52, homeless. Charge: possession of marijuana not more than 20 grams, possession or use of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $4,000. € Anna Sue Keen, 55, 22000 block of Nyack Avenue. Charge: violate domestic violence injunction, resisting officer without violence. Bond: $7,500. € Latonio Ross, 43, 22000 block of Vick Street, Port Charlotte. Charge: possess or use drug paraphernalia, knowingly driving while license is suspended or revoked, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possess without intent to sell cocaine. Bond: $61,000. € Erika Elizabeth Shea, 25, homeless. Charge: burglary of an unoccupied dwelling unarmed, use or benefit from tampered utility equipment. Bond: $17,000. € Chrystal Lee Stott, 37, 200 block of Tarpon Boulevard NW, Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of probation or community control. Bond: none. € Joshua William Harrington, 24, 100 block of Buckeye Avenue, Port Charlotte. Charge: battery by intentional touch/strike. Bond: $7,500. € Lisa Jean Ennever, 33, 3300 block of Avanti Circle, North Port. Charge: failure to appear. $1,000. € Mitchell Jameson Hunt, 35, Miami. Charge: violation of probation or community control. Bond: none. € Michael John Bebon, 44, 3100 block of Bourbon Street, Englewood. Charge: DUI. Bond: $5,000. € Rhasheed Davonita Jiles, 22, Cape Sandhill Boulevard restaurant fire under investigationPOLICE | 16 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.

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Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 FROM PAGE ONERiver Road, Sarasota County would take over portions of State Road 758 and State Road 72, according to the memo. Other details involve FDOT funding sources and their uses, construction responsibilities for each side, along with possible funding and construction timelines. Scuttling previous discussions over a road swap are four bridges in the state roads involved in the discussions. The county has balked at taking over the bridges due to the high cost of maintenance and repair for these structures, but Lewis previously reported that the state had withdrawn two of the most problematic bridges from the discussions. Lewis told commissioners Tuesday that further discussions would be continuing with FDOT. Email: jondaltonwr@gmail.comRIVERFROM PAGE 1are offered electronically with individualized tutoring from the GED teacher. Both are paid for by the Inmate Welfare Fund. In 2016, 1,663 inmates took GED classes, but last year, the jails former teacher took a new position at the state prison. Sarasota County Jail teams with the Literacy Council of Sarasota County, bringing oneon-one turtoring to inmates looking to improve their literacy skills or obtain their GED,Ž its website notes. In August, William Holmes began teaching with 363 inmates taking classes in 2017. Updike said she initially had the most trouble with math, but Holmes tutoring has helped her master the fractions she once struggled with. He breaks the problems down step by step, making it easy to understand, she said. With 31 years of teaching experience, Holmes has taught middle school, high school and adult learners. This is his “rst time working with inmates, but he has prior experience in ministering to inmates in both jail and prison settings. For him, its about much more than education. His favorite part of the job is encouraging his students. I try to talk to my students all the time, and its not just about their education but boy, you know, the choices that y ou make in life, and they respond to that,Ž he said. I dont need to know why youre here. Youre not going to be here forever, so your life has to continue beyond this point. You try to instill things and talk to them about that, doing those things right.Ž His students are dedicated to their work, he said. Its up to them to sign up and stick with the classes, so those who stay are ones who put their whole focus on continuing their education. They have to take it upon themselves,Ž he said. You cant do it for anybody else. You have to do it for yourself.Ž Sarasota County Jail offers 75 specialized programs along with services to its inmates, it states. The types of programs include requests for attendance at recovery and devotional classes to scripture and literature reading materials. Of the dozens of programs offered, some of the most popular include housing in the faith-based and addiction recovery pods, specialized parenting classes for both men and women, adu lt and juvenile education, and enrollment in the Sheriffs Offender Work Program,Ž the jail states. Updike said she encourages all her fellow inmates to take the classes if they dont have their GED. Some of them arent up to the challenge and just want an easy out, but some, like her, enjoy the program and stick it out. I recruit a lot of girls when they come in,Ž she said. Thats how a lot of them get there.Ž So far, Holmes hasnt had any students take the test. Many of them are on track but end up being released from the jail before they reach that point. Major Earl Goodwyne, CCSOs Bureau of Detention Commander, said the jail coordinates with students who leave early so they know how to continue progress utilizing community resources. If an inmate already has a voucher (paid registration) to sit for the “nal test and is unexpectedly released, the inmate is offered to return and take the test as scheduled,Ž he said over email. Regardless of whether students take the test at jail or not, Holmes said the classes give them a sense of accomplishment and provide a starting point for reaching future goals. Thats what he hopes they take away from the program. Being disciplined in your life, determi ned to accomplish that which you set out to do,Ž he said. If you start it, “nish it. That comes with challenges, but it can be done.ŽEmail: aeasker@sun-herald.com PROGRAMFROM PAGE 1 SUN PHOTOS BY ANNE EASKERWilliam Holmes has been teaching inmates in the jails GED program since August. Wendy Updike, an inmate at the Charlotte County Jail, plans to take her GED exam within the week. been around since the mid-19th century „ and has been used safely and successfully for a long time „ but interest in ABC has increased in recent years as states have looked for quicker, less expensive ways to replace thousands of aging bridges. In the case of the Florida tragedy, engineering experts said the question is where was the fatal mistake: in the design of the bridge, in the way its construction was carried out, or in the materials used? Civil engineering experts who viewed photos of the planned structure and the collapse have raised questions about how FIU and its contractors approached the project. To some bridge engineers, the decision to install the spans main concrete segment over a busy road before building its main support tower was puzzling. Traditionally, the tower is constructed “rst, and the walkway or roadway is anchored to it with cables. Its odd,Ž said Henry Petroski, a professor of civil engineering at Duke University and a leading authority on engineering failures. Thats probably why they used this socalled ABC method, so they could get the span over the roadway in one operation, because if you do it incrementally, you have to interrupt traf“c.Ž Investigators will also be looking at the companies building the project, a collaboration between MCM Construction, a Miami-based contractor, and Figg Bridge Design, based in Tallahassee. Both companies have been involved in construction accidents before. Figg was “ned in 2012 after a section of a bridge it was building in Virginia fell and injured several workers, according to a story in The Virginian-Pilot. MCM was accused of substandard work in a lawsuit “led this month by a worker injured when a makeshift bridge the company built at the Fort Lauderdale airport collapsed under his weight. Professor Amjad Aref, a researcher at the University at Buffalos department of civil, structural and environmental engineering, said it is unclear what the builders at FIU were using in lieu of a tower to support the segment that collapsed. The span had some kind of cables to help support it, and the bridge section that collapsed was attached to two smaller pylons at either end. But in ABC projects like the FIU span, the loss of the extra support from the main tower during construction is a risk, he said. Until all the pieces are put together to transmit the loads safely to the foundations, these bridges may suffer disproportionate or full collapse due to instability,Ž Aref said. Typically, this process requires a few weeks. During that time, they are often supported by another system to ensure stability because they are really vulnerable to collapsing.Ž I am really puzzled that the tower does not exist,Ž Aref said. Utah started using the ABC technique in 2007 and it has since become the primary way bridges are built, with more than 200 of them around the state, said Carmen Swanwick, chief structural engineer with the state Transportation Department. She said the Miami collapse doesnt undermine her con“dence in Utahs bridges, which are inspected every two years. I have no concerns,Ž Swanwick said. We believe it improves quality. A lot of times, the component or the bridge itself is constructed in a more controlled environment.Ž Engineers say the method has been used safely in other projects for years, and in general keeps the public safer. What really bothers me is with ABC, the bene“ts are so substantial that I would hate to see this accident lead to its reduced use,Ž said Michael Culmo, a bridge engineer in Connecticut who has worked on accelerated construction projects for decades. While this is a tragedy, the process itself is very safe.Ž Associated Press writer Brady McCombs contributed to this report from Salt Lake City.BRIDGEFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOThis March 10 photo shows the main span of the a pedestrian bridge being positioned to connect the City of Sweetwater to Florida International University near Miami. The 950-ton bridge collapsed Thursday over several cars causing several fatalities and injuries. adno=50532781

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Page 14 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 LOCAL SPORTS LOCAL SPORTS BASEBALL: Lemon Bay 11, Southeast 1ENGLEWOOD „ The Lemon Bay High School baseball team dominated in all facets of the game in their non-district contest with Southeast on Thursday. The Manta Rays bashed 13 hits and Justin Mincieli allowed just two hits in going the distance on the mound in an 11-1 victory that ended in the bottom of the sixth by the mercy rule. Lemon Bay (5-4) scored at least two runs in every inning but the fourth and got at least one hit from each slot in the lineup. The eighth and ninth batters combined to go 3 for 4 with four runs scored, two walks and an RBI. It was good solid win. We had a great approach at the plate and it all came together,Ž said Lemon Bay coach Dan Flaherty. We had a hiccup Tuesday against Riverview and we worked hard on our approach yesterday and made some adjustments.Ž Warner Rincones was 2-for-4 with two RBI, and Eric LePage was 2-for-3 with two runs and two RBI. Matt Lintz also had two hits as the Rays bene“tted from seven walks. Tyler Kreissler and Lintz had RBI singles in the “rst to give Lemon Bay the lead for good at 2-1. An error and a sac ”y from Gabby Selgado made it 4-1 in the second and an RBI single from LePage and a Brandon Gielow sac ”y made it 6-1 after three, chasing Southeast starter Kyle Metters. Rincones drove in a pair with a single in the “fth, and Richie Oliva. LePage and Selgado drove in runs in the sixth to send everyone home early. Meanwhile, Mincieli had no problems. After allowing an unearned run in the “rst inning, he dominated, allowing just two hits and no walks while striking out 10. Only three balls got to the out“eld and Mincieli retired 12 straight before a Seminole “nally reached on an error in the sixth. Its great playing behind a bunch of guys who you know are going to make the plays. Its easy to pitch in the strike zone and we can get out of innings faster,Ž Mincieli said. All year Ive been able to pitch with the lead and it makes it easier. I can go after the hitters head on.Ž When you have a guy commanding the strike zone and putting balls in play, it makes it easy to play behind you,Ž Flaherty said. Every time he takes the mound, you know what youre going to get.Ž Fred DAriano had a hit and scored the only run for Southeast (5-5). Donald White had an in“eld single in the second for their only other hit. LEMON BAY 11, SOUTHEAST 1Southeast 100 000 … 1 2 1 Lemon Bay 222 023 … 11 13 1 Kyle Metters, Andrew Fredenberg (4) and Tyler Reasoner, Justin Mincieli and Eric LePage. WP: Mincieli (3-0) LP: Metters (0-2). Top hitters: LePage (LB) 2-3, 2 runs, 2 RBI, Warner Rincones (LB) 2 for 4, run, 2 RBI. Records: Southeast 5-5, Lemon Bay 5-4.Lemon Bay routs SoutheastBy CHUCK BALLAROSUN CORRESPONDENT SUN PHOTOS BY TIM KERNJustin Mincieli rings up a strike out against Southeast on Thursday. Brandon Gielow drives one through the hole for a base hit against Southeast. Gabriel Salgado lifts a deep y ball for a sacrice y against Southeast. BASEBALL: Oasis 4, Imagine School of North Port 3NORTH PORT „ There was blood in the water Thursday night, but it was the Sharks from Cape Coral that knocked off Imagine 4-3 Thursday in the battle of the Sharks. Imagine came within one hit of getting their “rst win of the season in each of the “nal two innings but key strikeouts and an unconventional baserunning play prevented them from tying the game against Oasis. Trailing 4-2 in the bottom of the sixth, Imagine center “elder Clay Bomberger walked before moving to second on a sacri“ce bunt. Nick Berhalter followed with a single to right to score Bomberger and make the score 4-3. After a walk and a double steal put the tying and go-ahead runs at second and third with one out, Oasis closer Justin Brooks bore down. He struck out Jack Tutino before inducing a ”y ball to escape the inning with the lead. We were trying to do too much. Period,Ž Imagine head coach Steve Saborse said. We were trying to do too much.Ž In the seventh inning, a walk and an error put Imagine runners at “rst and second with one out before Brooks worked his magic once more. He struck out Bomberger before Imagine ended the game by getting thrown out at third on a steal attempt. It was the third time in the game that Saborse sent the runner from second with two outs, breaking a cardinal baseball rule. I was trying to make something happen to get off the snide,Ž he said. Their catcher did not have good throws to second and third in the “rst inning and the third baseman wasnt that steady of a glove either.Ž Despite being so close to pulling out the victory, Imagine managed just two hits against Brooks and Oasis starter Dennis Talarico. Our hitting has been our Achilles heel,Ž Saborse said. Weve been spending a lot of time on it but at the of the day, you have to put the ball in play. We left a lot of guys on base tonight.Ž Vince Saborse made the start for Imagine and did not allow a hit or walk through the “rst 11 batters he faced. He “nished the night with eight strikeouts and did not walk a batter. He does it all the time,Ž Steve Saborse said of Vince. He goes up there and throws strikes and lets his team play. Tonight was his most strikeouts in his high school career.Ž Saborse was cruising with a 2-0 lead until the middle of the Oasis order strung together three singles to tie the game in the top of the fourth. With the gamed even 2-2, two Imagine errors set up a two-run Oasis inning in the “fth. In total, Saborse allowed three runs over six innings on the night, with only one run being earned. We have to stay upbeat and stay positive,Ž Steve Saborse said. Were young and our age comes out when were at the plate. Six out of nine that start are underclassmen, either freshman or sophomores. Were young at the plate and once they get stronger, theyll have more con“dence and make more contact.Ž Imagine will return to action Monday when they visit Sarasota Christian.OASIS 4, IMAGINE 3Oasis 000 220 0 … 4 6 4 Imagine 200 001 0 … 3 2 5 WP … Dennis Talarico; LP … Vince Saborse Top Hitters: Berhalter (IM): 1-2, BB, 2 SB, R, RBI; Bomberger (IM): 1-3, 2B, BB, 2 R; Lewis Evans (OA): 2-4, RBI, 2 SB, R; Trey Sililiano (OA): 2-4, 2 SB, R, RBI.Imagine comeback falls short against OasisBy JOHN VITTASSUN CORRESPONDENT SUN PHOTOS BY KAT GODINA Imagines Trace Christmas throws to rst during Thursdays game against Oasis. Imagines Charlie Davidson pitches during Thursdays game against Oasis. Imagines Trevor Baker sprints to rst base during Thursdays game against Oasis.GOLFInaugural Rob Stephenson/Al Johns Foundation Golf Tournament: The inaugural Rob Stephenson/Al Johns Foundation golf tournament will take place on March 24 at Seminole Lakes Golf & Country Club. The tournament, which benefits The Rob Stephenson/Al Johns Foundation to provide scholarships for scholar athletes of Charlotte County needing financial assistance to pursue their education, is a four-person scramble that gets underway with a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start. Entry fee is $60 per person or $240 per team. Entry includes golf, cart, lunch and goody bags. Raffles and other contests will also be available. The event is limited to 26 four-person teams. Entry forms can be picked up at Seminole Lakes and must be turned in by March 19. For more information, call 941-766-8028. Lemon Bay Touchdown Club tournament: The Lemon Bay Touchdown Club golf tournament is set for May 5 at Rotonda Golf & Country Club, 100 Rotonda Circle, Rotonda West. It will be a four-person scramble with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Entry is $75 per person. All proceeds benefit the LBHS Manta Rays football team. To register or for sponsorship information, please contact Ryan Johnson at 941-5868019, email lbtdclub@gmail.com or register online at lbtdclub.com. Like the clubs Facebook page for updated information.SAILINGCharlotte 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. LOCAL SPORTS CALENDAR

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 15 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSENGLEWOOD „ After reading about 72-year-old Heidemarie Burkes love for ice skating, Kathleen Wilson was inspired. She investigated the same program Burke spoke highly about at Germain Arenas Learnto-Skate USA program in Estero, Fla. It was scary at “rst because I hadnt skated in 30 years,Ž said Wilson, 54, a South Gulf Cove resident. It comes back to you. Im retired and was inspired by what Heidemarie was doing. I like skating, its fun.Ž Wilson and Burke are excited about performing in the Spring Show on Sunday at Germain Arena. The Florida Everblades Figure Skating Club, along with Germain Arenas Learn-to-Skate USA program, are sponsoring the event. The theme is Jukebox Shuf”e.Ž Ive invited my friends and family,Ž Wilson said. This is my “rst performance. Im a newbie. Our group is dancing to Mr. Sandman.Ž Burke, who skates for both groups, said shes been in about seven performances. This show includes songs you would hear on a jukebox, there arent many of them around anymore,Ž she said. We will be doing jumps, spins and other synchronized moves.Ž Neither of the women mind traveling more than an hour to go to practice at the arena. Ive been skating for about nine years now,Ž Burke said. At “rst I was worried about falling. If you tense up when you fall, you could break something. Our instructors teach you how to fall,Ž she said. She has fallen and broken a wrist but has recovered. We wear hip and tail pads for protection. Then you skate,Ž Burke said. She is an award-winning professional photographer in Englewood. It takes a different skill set to skate,Ž said Burke, who has earned adult an pre-bronze ranking with the U.S. Figure Skating. She participates in ice shows and competes, sometimes against 20-year-olds and other younger adults. I encourage other senior adults to exercise and this is what works for me. Once you get over the fear of falling, its really fun. You get to meet new people who sign up for the class every eight to 10 weeks. I like the fact that we are partnering with the Naples Cat Alliance for our Spring Show. We are asking people to bring a can of cat food that will be donated to the cat alliance.Ž Wilson, who signed up for lessons in January, agreed. We have the same group that come for lessons,Ž she said. Its a great group of girls and one guy. We skate together. Its absolutely fun. Skating makes you feel young again.ŽEmail: eallen@sun-herald.com Local ice skaters warm up for Sunday show By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH COMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR IF YOU GOJukebox Shuffle will be from 1p.m. to 4p.m. Sunday, March18 at Germain Arena, 11000 Everblades Parkway, Estero. Tickets are $10 and available at www.fefsc.org/ springshow or at the rink. Bring an item from the Naples Cat Alliance. PHOTO PROVIDEDFrom left: Georgia Hitzke, Kathleen Wilson, Laurie Krueger, Heidemarie Burke, Carrie Keohane Pat and Dennis Oakes are ready to skate to Mr. SandmanŽ at the Spring Show Sunday at Germain Arena in Estero. A Ladies Professional Golf Association legend. Shes Marilyn Lovander, whos played on three different LPGA tours for the past 25 years, teeing it up with icons like Annika Sorenstam, Nancy Lopez, Pat Bradly, JoAnne Carner, Laura Davies, Julie Inkster, Betsy King and many more. She lives in South Gulf Cove, and plays, practices and works weekends in the pro shop at St. Andrews Golf Club pro shop in Punta Gorda. On the LPGA Legends Tour, for golfers 45 and over, shes won twice since the tour was inaugurated in 2000, secured 15 top 10 “nishes and won more than $375,000. As a former LPGA competitor, theres also been a lot more. Having recently turned 63, Marilyns still at it, more determined than ever to improve her swing in preparation for three championships this year, including the LPGAs “rst U.S. Senior Womens Open, July 12-15 at the Chicago Golf Club, and the Senior LPGA Championship, Oct. 1517 at the Pete Dye Course at French Lick, Indiana. She grimaces a little and calls the latter venue from experience, a beast of a course.Ž Lovander, born in Willmar, Minnesota, said she never touched a golf club until she was 19. I was tired of working for a living.Ž That was 1974. And there arent too many gol“ng days to play in Willmar in the winter. Yet, she won the 198182 Minnesota Publinks Championships, and competed as an amateur in the 1982 U.S. Womens Open. She started taking the game seriously at age 24, and turned pro at 30, competing in the LPGAs Futures Tour (todays Symetra Tour), where she started winning tournaments in the 1990s, placing her in the top three, thus earning an LPGA tour card. It was an auspicious beginning to her LPGA career. She was named LPGA Rookie of the YearŽ in 1992. But it was still a tough grind to retain her card against the nations best professional female golfers. Through her 166 LPGA tournaments, her best “nish was a tie for 10th at the State Farm Rail Classic. So, it was back to LPGA Tour qualifying school. But she was still eligible to complete on the Futures Tour, before she quali“ed, successfully, once more, for the LPGA tour. Playing venue to venue, on both tours, she became the leading career money winner on the Futures Tour, at the time earning more than $200,000. Her combined LPGA winnings before joining the Legends Tour totaled some $400,000. She was the Futures Tour Player of the Year in 1994 and 1997. But with Marilyn Lovander, its much more about today and tomorrow, than about yesterday. She plays with the St. Andrews Ladies 18 group. They play from the reds. They make me play from the mens tees,Ž she said. Its quite understandable, since shes set the course record of 62, 10 under par. Shes had four holes-inone in her career, three in LPGA tournaments, and one at Port Charlotte Golf Club. None, so far, at St. Andrews. She practices in Punta Gorda once or twice a week, maybeŽ for her upcoming competitions. But she said shes indebted to St. Andrews along with its general manager and head professional Charlie Priester for giving her the run of the course to prepare. It helps a lot. Determination has always been one of the keys to Marilyns success in life, and her golf, as well as a sense of humor. Admitting that for the “rst time in her gol“ng career, where shes primarily been self-taught, shes now working with a swing coach, Mike Bender, in Orlando. She said she learned something about her swing. That its so bad,Ž she replied, almost chuckling, albeit sadly. So whats next? 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Page 16 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSNORTH PORT „ Today is the last day for early voting for the March 20 election. Those looking to vote can do so until 4:30 p.m. today, at any of the three supervisor of elections of“ces in the county. The March 20 election covers the school district ad valorem millage rate, the Holiday Park Park and Recreation vote and the Longboat Key General election. The school district ad valorem millage rate is open to all county residents, while the Holiday Park and Longboat Key elections are only open to residents of those precincts. Those who plan to vote today can vote beginning at 8:30 a.m. at Biscayne Plaza, 13640 Tamiami Trail, North Port, the R.L. Anderson Administration Building, 4000 Tamiami Trail S., Venice or the Sarasota County Terrace Building, 2001 Adams Lane, Sarasota. Florida law requires voters to present a photo and signature ID prior to voting, a voter who appears a polling location without a photo and signature ID can cast a provisional ballot. Also residents with vote-by-mail ballots, must have ballots completed and returned by 7 p.m. Tuesday in order for votes to count. Voteby-mail ballots can be returned or mailed to any of the three supervisor of elections of“ces. For more information on the March 20 election, call 941-861-8619 or visit www.sarasotavotes.com. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comToday is last day for early voting By ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER SARASOTA COUNTY PHOTO BY GREG GILESThe Venice Police Department is investigating a death after a woman was found lying on a lawn in a residential neighborhood.VENICE „ Police have released the name of the woman found dead on the front lawn of a ranch home in the 200 block of Park Blvd. S. near Armada Road in Venice. Meghan Kay Bennett, 23, of Clearwater, was found lying face down on a lawn Thursday morning. Police say there are no signs of foul play. Of“cials say this appears to be an isolated incident. Venice Public Information Of“cer Lorraine Anderson said in a news release that VPD of“cers were dispatched to the area at 7:45 a.m. Thursday. The body was located just feet away from the road; there is no sidewalk on that particular stretch of road. Lt. Eric Hill said police the death is under investigation. There are no obvious signs that would indicate a homicide or a drug overdose,Ž Hill said. Its unknown at this time why Bennett was in the Venice area. The body was shielded from the public by orange screens while the VPD forensics team worked the scene and detectives questioned nearby residents. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact VPD Detective Benjamin Neff at (941) 486-2444. Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.comWoman found dead on front lawnBy GREG GILESSTAFF WRITER Coral. Charge: failure to appear. Bond: $5,000. € Cynthia Lee Jones, 49, homeless. Charge: possession or use drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: $6,000 € Robert Machado, 32, Cape Coral. Charge: Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill. Bond: $5,000. € Danielle Renee Shirley, 33, 1300 block of NE Oak Street, Arcadia. Charge: Failure to appear on misdemeanor. Bond: none. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Michael Agee Jr., 48, 5100 block of Slyvania Ave., North Port. Charge: probation violation (original charge: two charges of grand theft). Bond: none. € Alec Bannan-Matos, 23, 100 block of N. McCall Road, Englewood. Charge: resisting officer without violence. Bond: $500. € Dillion Cameron, 25, 2800 block of Greendale Road, North Port. Charges: battery and driving with a suspended license. Bond: none. € Judd Lawson, 49, 22100 block of Montrose Ave., Port Charlotte. Charges: two counts of dealing in stolen property, two counts of fraud dealing in stolen property. Bond: $24,000. € Joseph Letini, 53, 100 block of Auster Road, Venice. Charge: trespassing. Bond: $500. € Marran Light, 25, 3000 block of Lobelia Road, Venice. Charge: probation violation (original charge: two counts of possession of a controlled substance). Bond: none. € Brian Woodruff, 43, 5600 block of Hornbuckle Blvd., North Port. Charge: DUI. Bond: $500. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrests: € Alberto Cabrera, 19, 23200 block of McBurney Ave., Port Charlotte. Charge: contempt of court for failure to appear. Bond: $500. € Rick Dougan, 62, 1100 block of Campagna Lane, Port Charlotte. Charge: larceny first offense. Bond: $500. The Florida Highway Patrol in Venice reported the following arrest: € Rachel Hauser, 28, 1000 block of Bluffwood Drive, Nokomis. 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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 17 STATE NEWSTALLAHASSEE „ With a light touch of his veto pen, Gov. Rick Scott on Friday signed a new $88.7 billion state budget, eliminating only $64 million in spending and projects, the lowest total of his seven-plus years as governor. Today, Florida is strong, and I am proud of our hard work over the past seven years to grow the economy, invest in education, protect the environment and keep our families safe,Ž Scott said in a budget message. He said his “nal budget as governor will continue to advance the priorities of Florida families for years to come and keep Floridas future strong.Ž Scott wasted little time in dealing with the budget, which was passed by the House and Senate on Sunday and delivered to him Wednesday. The budget will take effect July 1. His $64 million in vetoes was lower than the $69 million he eliminated in 2014, when he was running for re-election. Scott, a Republican, is considering a run for the U.S. Senate this year against Bill Nelson, the Democratic incumbent. This years vetoes represent a little more than 10 percent of the $615 million Scott eliminated in his “rst year in of“ce in 2011, his high mark for vetoed spending. But rather than focus on the vetoes Friday, Scott emphasized the spending initiatives in the new budget, as well as a taxcut package that includes sales-tax holidaysŽ and a slight reduction in a commercial-lease tax. The budget plan also avoided $377 million in increased property taxes for schools because lawmakers decided to roll back a tax rate. In an interview Friday with The News Service of Florida, Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart, said he was pleased with the governors support for the Senates initiatives, including a $122 million increase in funding for Bright Futures college scholarships. I think the vetoes were very modest, and Im grateful to the governor for his consideration of Senate priorities,Ž Negron said. While Scott and Republican legislative leaders have touted the budget, the Florida Association of District School Superintendents this week asked Scott to call a special session to increase funding for the 67 school districts. Although the budget includes a $101.50 increase in per-student funding, the superintendents said districts, on average, would only see a 47-cent increase in basic funding per-student because much of the new money was targeted for mental health and safety issues following last months mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County. In signing the budget, Scott rejected that request, emphasizing the recordŽ level of funding for the kindergarten-through-high-school system, including a $485 million increase over the current year. He also cited the $400 million school-safety initiative, which will increase funding for mental-health services, school resource of“cers and security improvements at schools after the Feb. 14 mass shooting that killed 17 people. One area targeted by Scott in his vetoes was more than $29 million in local road projects, which Scott said were funded outside the Department of Transportations normal evaluation process. The largest veto was $7 million for a road project in Lake County. He also eliminated $2.5 million for an airport project in the Miami-Dade County community of Opa-locka, an expenditure he said did not undergo the normal evaluation process. Scott rejected an effort by lawmakers to force the Department of Health to return $15 million in funding for research related to Zika, a mosquito-borne disease that can cause birth defects. Scott said the money cannot be returned because it is contractually obligatedŽ for research efforts. Scott also vetoed $5 million in funding for charter schools, noting the facilities are in line to receive more than $145 million as part of the states construction and maintenance program for schools. In addition, Scott rejected funding for two studies that lawmakers approved in reaction to troubles encountered by motorists who evacuated ahead of Hurricane Irma last September. He eliminated $1.5 million to study extending the Suncoast Parkway north to Georgia as an alternative to Interstate 75. Scott said the Department of Transportation could complete the work without the additional money. He also vetoed $750,000 for the DOT to conduct at least three exercises by May 1 using contra”ow lanes „ directing traf“c on both sides of a highway to travel the same direction „ to determine if such operations could speed evacuations. Scott wrote that traf“c engineers and experts, as well as law enforcement, have determined through experience, review, and simulation modeling that contra”ow is not an effective disaster evacuation method.Ž State transportation of“cials favor using road shoulders to provide additional lanes for ”eeing motorists. A month ago, Scott backed his agency leaders by including the expansion of emergency shoulder useŽ when he issued a series of post-storm directives to the Department of Transportation. Scott also vetoed $270,000 to purchase a building that houses a quilt museumŽ in Gilchrist County, an issue that became the subject of a brief ”oor debate in the House on the “nal day of the 2018 session. Rep. Evan Jenne, D-Dania Beach, complained the money being spent for the building could be used for better purposes such as programs for disabled adults or senior citizens. Instead were going to spend that money on an empty quilt museum,Ž Jenne said. Scott said he rejected the project because it did not go through an established review process.Governor Scott signs budget, takes it easy on vetoesBy JIM TURNERNEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA AP PHOTOFlorida Gov. Rick Scott speaks after the end of the legislative session at the Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee on Sunday, March 11. Flanking Scott is Speaker of the House Richard Corcoran, left, and Senate President Joe Negron. | HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATEBroward voters could see straw poll on assault rifle banFORT LAUDERDALE (AP) „ Some of“cials in a Florida county where a school shooting left 17 people dead were considering a referendum to ban assault weapons but they feared possible “nes and the states power to overturn it. So instead, they will ask Broward County commissioners to add a straw vote to the ballot. A straw vote would give voters a voice but wouldnt be binding. Several students from Fort Lauderdale High School and a handful of other Broward residents spoke in favor of banning assault ri”es at Fridays Charter Review Commission meeting. A county attorney cautioned against a referendum. Others in favor of a ban feared such a move by the county would be overturned by the state and possibly bring a hefty “ne. State law prohibits local governments from passing gun restrictions.Police: Shooting threat stemmed from bullying during walkoutLAKELAND (AP) „ An 18-year-old Florida high school student who says he was bullied is accused of threatening a mass shooting in a Snapchat post. Lakeland police say the teen was arrested Thursday after students told school resource of“cers he had posted a video Wednesday saying he would commit manslaughterŽ Tuesday. Lakeland police Sgt. Gary Gross told media the Lakeland High student participated in Wednesdays national school walkout calling for gun control in the wake of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting. In the video, the teen said six students made derogatory and homophobic remarks to him during the demonstration. Gross says the teen didnt “le a complaint. Detectives didnt “nd any weapons at his home. The teen told police he didnt intend to execute the threats. Hes been charged with transmitting a threat.Uber driver convicted of raping passenger in FloridaJUPITER (AP) „ An Uber driver and then-house parentŽ at a group foster home has been convicted of raping a woman he drove home from a concert in Florida. News outlets report a six-person jury deliberated for nine hours Thursday before “nding 58-year-old Gary Kitchings guilty of burglary, false imprisonment and three sexual battery charges. He was acquitted of one count concerning an alleged sex act in his car. Prosecutors said Kitchings told the 38-yearold passenger he had a gun and forced her to submit to sex acts inside his car and in her home after driving her home in May. Defense attorneys contended the sex was consensual, and Kitchings testi“ed that he was only guilty of cheating on his wife. His sentencing hearing is scheduled for May 18. 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. Access Rd., Englewood, FL 34224941-460-8797Pastor Daniel DaganSunday Morning 10:30 am Wednesday Recovery Class 6:00 pm Wednesday Worship 7:00 pm ENGLEWOOD EAST CHURCH OF CHRIST 941-475-4973 € www.engchurch.org9600 Gulfstream Blvd., Englewood, FL 34224-9256 Senior Minister, Jim ChandlerSUNDAYAdult Sunday School 10 am Worship Service 11 amWEDNESDAYFellowship 6 pm Bible Study 6 pm ENGLEWOOD CHURCHES Crosspoint Church of NazareneSunday School at 9:45 am Morning Service at 10:45 am Children's Service at 10:45 am Adult Fellowship at 5:30 pm Wednesday Bible Study at 6:30 pm 404 W. Green St., Englewood 941-475-1034 LUTHERAN You are invited to CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH, ELCA 701 N Indiana Ave. Englewood, FL 34223 Worship 9:30 a.m. Rev. Kirstin Tannas, Pastor www.christlc” .org24. Then said Jesus unto His disciples, If any man will come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me. 25. For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for My sake shall “ nd it. 26. For what is a man pro“ ted, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul? 27. For the Son of man shall come in the glory of his Father with His angels; and then He shall reward every man according to his works. 28. Verily I say unto you, There be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the Son of man coming in His kingdom. Matthew 16: 24-28adno=54529515

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Page 18 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSCHARLOTTE Ed Cadillac EdŽ CampagneEd Cadillac EdŽ Campagne passed away Wednesday night peacefully in Port Charlotte. Born in Long Island, NY in 1932 and came to live in Port Charlotte in 1977 with his wife of 54 years Pat and their son Mark. His family had numerous businesses, Peace River Auto Sales, Campagnes Garage sales, and was an active antique car enthusiast. He was a member of the Peace River Car Club. Ed always loved Cadillacs bought old and made collectors cars new again. Restored Antique Cadillacs as his hobby. He is survived by his wife Pat; son, Mark Campagne; daughter-inlaw, Shantel Campagne; sons, Frank Campagne and Steven Campagne; daughter, Pam Carlucci; sisters, Agnes and Anna and many nieces and nephew.Luella M. YoungLuella M. Young, 87, of Punta Gorda, Florida, passed away Thursday, March 15, 2018. Arrangements are by Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home, Cemetery and Crematory. Pay respects at www. charlottememorial.com.NORTH PORT Howard T. NimickHoward T. Nimick, 90, of Venice, Florida, died in his sleep at Manor Care on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018. He was born on Dec. 22, 1927, at Allegheny Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the youngest son of Alexander Nimick and Martha Kaiser Levering, of Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated from Kent School in Connecticut in 1946 and then attended Yale University. When his father died, he returned to Sewickley, Pennsylvania, to be supportive of his mother and later received BS degree in Engineering at The University of Pittsburgh where he was elected to the Sigma Tau Engineering Honor Society. He served in the U.S. Army Reserve from 1950 to 1954 when he married Sally McKnight. They moved to York, Pennsylvania, where they raised their daughter Karry and a son, Robby, who died of leukemia at age 5. In 1954, Howard was employed by York Corporation Division of Borg Warner Corporation to help document and early acceptance of the heat pump systems.Ž Five years later he joined a small plastics foam company in central Pennsylvania that manufactured items for personal protection, packaging and insulation for solar-heated residences. He was elected a director, vice-president and secretary-treasurer. During his working years, Howard was active in the York Little Theater and then York YMCA when he was seated as a Central Pennsylvania delegate to the 1964 International Convention in Copenhagan, Denmark, which began his desire for many later foreign travels as well as an opportunity to host a Swiss exchange student. After a divorce and many single years, he remarried Ellen McAleer Eyanson in 1973. Howard loved family, friends and Irish humor. He helped organize many family reunions at the Jersey Shore headquarters and one family cruise to the Western Caribbean with 28 Nimicks. In retirement he enjoyed sailing, skiing and watercolor painting. He and Ellen moved to Florida in 1992 where he volunteered at the Venice Art Center and was a board member and president 19992000. He was also a longtime member of the Bay Head, New Jersey Yacht Club, Bay Head Chapel, the American Legion and Yale Club of Southwest Florida. He is survived by his wife, Ellen; daughter, Katherine Nimick Wutka of Chesapeake, Virginia; stepdaughters, Kathryn Kelly of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, Carolyn Hamilton of Venice, Florida, Marybeth Swisher of Titusville, New Jersey; two grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; one step-greatgrandchild; many nieces; nephews; and cousins. Howard was preceded in death by his two older brothers, Alex and Webb Levering; and one step-grandchild. A memorial service will be held in New Jersey at a later date. In lieu of ”owers, donations can be made to the Venice Art Center, 390 Nokomis Ave., Venice, FL 34285.ENGLEWOOD There were no deaths reported in Englewood Friday. DESOTOThere were no deaths reported in DeSoto Friday. OBITUARIES 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 ag accompanying an obituary indicates a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. Please send emails to obituaries@sunletter.com. VENICE „ St. Francis Animal Rescue is celebrating its 25th year in Venice. St. Francis began as an effort to clear the North Jetty of feral cats that had multiplied into a huge colony. It took many years, but all the cats were cleared from the jetty through a trap/neuter/return program. In addition, a host of volunteers checked on the colony daily and fed them. When more kittens were born, they were trapped, spayed or neutered, given medical exams and vaccinations and then offered for adoption through St. Francis. In 1993, about 19,000 people lived in the greater Venice area. After St. Francis Animal Rescue was established and acquired its current location at 1925 South Tamiami Trail in Venice, the shelter also began accepting cats and kittens from places other than the jetty. Fast forward 25 years, nearly half-million people live in the South Sarasota County area during the winter. St. Francis has taken in nearly 9,000 cats, most of which were adopted into private homes. Many more cats and kittens have passed through the shelter on their way to other places. The mission remains the same: Every cat deserves a home. St. Francis is a true no-kill shelter. Cats with issues,Ž medical or behavioral, are given a chance. St. Francis staff members try to “nd homes for all the cats taken into their care. Sometimes they can be placed into permanent foster homes where St. Francis continues to oversee their care but the cat is fortunate enough to live in a loving home. Recently, St. Francis started a program for senior cats (age 7 years or older) called Seniors Rock. Many senior cats are abandoned or euthanized when their owner can no longer care for them. St. Francis takes them in. Time is a luxury in the animal rescue world, and so is accepting cats that have medical needs or health problems which require treatment prior to putting them up for adoption. There is a cat food bank to help people feed their pets who otherwise would have to surrender their cats due to “nancial problems. For those who help with feral cat colonies, there is also cat food available for those colonies, which can be picked up once per month. Choosing to be a no-kill shelter and sanctuary is a costly but rewarding mission. One of the ways that St. Francis holds its expenses in check is to depend on donations as well as unpaid volunteers for many of the tasks that occur daily. The adjacent thrift store helps to support the St. Francis mission. With the human population increasing in South Sarasota County, the demands for assistance greatly exceed the resources available. St. Francis is a small shelter which has an adoptable population of no more than 40 cats and kittens at a time. The sanctuary holds no more than 65 cats. Being a no-kill shelter with space constraints, intake capacity is limited. As St. Francis looks forward to another successful and rewarding 25 years, there are many areas where people can help. First and foremost, monetary donations are greatly appreciated. All “nancial help is welcome. Besides “nancial donations, people can donate cat and kitten food to help feed the shelter cats or donate any type of cat food that can be used to help others experiencing hard times to feed their pets. There are also volunteer opportunities at both the shelter and the thrift store. Joining the foster program for short term cat and kitten fostering or becoming a permanent foster for a senior cat is another way to help. If you can give medications to a cat, this puts you in a highly coveted position to care for a medically needy foster cat or kitten. As mentioned, we have an in houseŽ adoption program. You can champion the next 25 years by donating to help even more kittens and cats. Donations can be mailed to St. Francis Animal Rescue at P.O. Box 563 Nokomis, FL 34274-0563. Giving is available at the shelter, 1925 South Tamiami Trail, Venice, or through the website at StFrancisAR”.org. The shelter is open six days per week; hours are listed on the website. Anyone interested in adopting, donating, volunteering, or to request a speaker for an event is invited to call 941-492-6200 or email stfrancisar”@ comcast.net. St. Francis Animal Rescue celebrates 25 yearsBy DONNA SMITHFOR THE SUN Kiera is just stepping out for a bit.SUN FILE PHOTOThis cat gets a once-over from a prospective adopter. The 19th Annual Wings Over Venice,Ž a radio-controlled aircraft show hosted by the R/C Fliers of Venice will take place at 4000 Knights Trail, Nokomis from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and Sunday. There will be a variety of demonstrations by the club, including and a giant-scale ”y in, noontime demos featuring FEX Innovations, a candy drop for kids, food and drinks, raf”es and more. There will be quite a lunch spread,Ž said club president Jim Hullhorst. Spectators are welcome. A $5 recommended donation for parking will be accepted. Registration for ”iers starts at 8 a.m. and a $20 one-time landing fee; AMA membership required for interested ”iers. There will be open ”ying after 3 p.m. The event will bene“t the Nokomis Volunteer Fire Department. For more information, Contact Jim at old”ier@ aol.com 941-441-6379.Radio-controlled air show this weekendBy JOSEPH JOHN ORCHULLI IISUN CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY JOSEPH JOHN ORCHULLI IIKevin Freeman prepares his bi-plane for ight as Dan Williams looks on. adno=50532712 TAYLOR FUNERAL and Cremation Services L arry 1515 Tamiami Trl, Punta Gorda, FL 33950 (941) 833-0600 2002-2017 www.LTaylorFuneral.com € Now Available to you 24 hrs A Day At Your Convenience Old Fashioned Service at a Price You Can Afford A sk Larry: I s y o u r c r e m a t o r y Is your crematory o n p r e m i s e s ? on premises? Having a crematory on premises doesnt mean better service. 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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 19 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSAs soon as this November, a new community bank „ Tarpon Coast „ will open its Port Charlotte location and offer both commercial and personal services to local businesses and residents. If the name Tarpon Coast rings a bell, its because from 1996 to 2005 Todd Katz owned and operated a bank of the same name before selling to Busey Bank in 2005. After we got the idea to start a new bank, we found out that Tarpon Coast was available again through the trademark of“ce,Ž Katz said. So Im going to use the same logo, the same name. Its cool, its kind of a throwback.Ž Since getting into banking in 1996, Katz and his retired partnermade-board-member, Lew Albert, have successfully opened community banks across the county. After selling the original Tarpon Coast, Katz and Albert started Calusa National Bank in 2006, ultimately selling to Achieva Credit Union in 2015. I was a lawyer doing legal work for a bank holding company. I decided when that was over, I was going to move somewhere and start my own bank,Ž he said. But he didnt want to compete with a former boss who had taught him the business, saying it didnt feel like the right thing to do.Ž We came to Charlotte because it was still developing, there wasnt a community bank here, it was great timing,Ž Katz said. When the economy took a turn for the worse several years ago, Katz decided to leave the industry. There hadnt been a new community bank in Florida since we started Calusa. This past summer, one opened in Winter Park and it was the “rst new bank in the state in 10 years,Ž Katz said, after Calusa, I didnt think I was going to start another bank, I thought Id be doing something different.Ž But when the local business owners began expressing a need for a community bank the likes of Tarpon Coast and Calusa, Katz knew it was time to answer the call. There wasnt really anyone around to cater to commercial customers,Ž Katz said. So the last few years, people started approaching me offering to put the money up to start a new bank.Ž While he waited for his two-year non-compete agreement with Achieva to end, Katz began making plans for his newest endeavor. You have to put together this huge application, send four to D.C., two to Tallahassee, this is what weve been working on for the last three months,Ž Katz said. Katz is often asked how to start a bank. Over the years, the government has put more regulations in place to make it harder for new banks to fail. We have to raise $15 million. The board has committed $3 million and the other $12 million is from the community,Ž Katz said. Although there is a statutory minimum for state banks of $8 million, OFR will generally require capital in excess of the statutory minimum level of capitalization,Ž according to the Florida Of“ce of Financial Regulation. Theres already been a very strong response, Ive had a lot of people (who) have approached me over the past year wanting to buy stock,Ž Katz said. The new banks board also needs at least one person on it, outside of management, with experience on a past board. Katz, however, is extremely con“dent in the group he has established. I have 11 board members that are like the Justice League of business people. Its such a great cross-section of industries in town. They really understand the needs of other local businesses,Ž said Katz. Suzanne Graham holds the distinction of the Florida Home Builders Association Woman of the Year 2016 and was elected the “rst female president of the Charlotte Desoto Building Industry Association. Because of the banks close ties with residents and local businesses, they are extremely familiar with what potential customers want. Theres plenty of banks but we always beat everybody on service. People can get a response very quickly, thats what businesses want, accessibility,Ž said Katz, who prides himself and his team on their easy-toreach tendencies and out-of-the-box ideas. When I had the other bank, one of our ideas was to bake cookies and hand them out in the lobby. After a competitor heard that, he wanted to take me out for drinks and explain to me what I was doing wrong, that it was a crazy idea. I ended up drawing in a lot of new customers,Ž Katz said, Why n ot make it a little zany and fun?Ž At a community bank, management can also tailor products and policies to “t customer demographics, while a national bank does not have the same ”exibility. The nice thing about having only one to four branches is that if someone comes in and they need special accommodation, its easy to help them because the people making the decisions are all here in Charlotte County,Ž Katz said. Our board is here, our management is here, our ownership is here.Ž On top of the primary location in Port Charlotte, other branches are also in the plans. Were looking for a location in Punta Gorda to open in our second year, were also going to open a loan processing of“ce in south Sarasota next year.Ž Katz said. Maybe wed open a branch in North Port, because weve always had a branch in North Port.Ž Though he never thought he would return to the banking industry after selling Calusa, Katz looks forward to continuing to develop the new Tarpon Coast and help the businesses and residents of Charlotte County. This time around its just like how it was 20 years ago and, how ironic, the bank is the same name. Theres a good feel to it.ŽEmail: kgleason@sun-herald.comTodd Katz banks on Tarpon CoastBy KAYLA GLEASONSTAFF WRITER TARPON COAST BANKFuture Port Charlotte location: 19661 Cochran Blvd. Port Charlotte, FL 33948 CEO & President: Todd Katz toddkatz24@gmail.com NORTH PORT „ Area Winn-Dixie grocery stores are being kept open as Winn-Dixie opens a round of store closings. A total of 10 stores in the Tampa area are closing, including three in Sarasota and one in Bradenton. The 10 Winn-Dixies in Arcadia, Englewood, North Port, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda and Venice are being kept open. Winn-Dixies parent company, Southeastern Grocers, announced it is closing 94 underperforming stores to help reduce the companys current debt load. They have chosen in their closure package to voluntarily implement a courtsupervised, prepackaged restructuring agreement. The Sarasota stores closing are Winn-Dixie on 17th Street; at 1325 S. Tamiami Trail and at 2881 Clark Road. The company hopes to reduce its debt by more than $500 million through this restructuring, “ling for bankruptcy by the end of March. Southeastern Grocers will still operate 582 stores under the Winn-Dixie, Bi-Lo, Harveys Supermarkets, and Fresco y Ms brands in seven Southeastern states, including Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi. In 2013, Southeastern Grocers opened the Venice Winn-Dixie grocery stores, having rebranded and upgraded the former Sweetbay stores and 15 others in Southwest Florida.Area Winn-Dixie stores to stay openBy ROGER BUTTONSTAFF WRITER adno=54531979 THURSDAY IS FREE APPRAISAL DAYIF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SELLING YOUR UNUSED OR UNWANTED GOLD JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, WATCHES OR OBJECTS DART, SELL IT TO US. WE OFFER A FREE CONSULTATION SERVICE TO HELP YOU DETERMINE WHICH ITEMS ARE OF VALUE. 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Page 20 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSTodays column salutes the happily tipsy convergence of St. Patricks Day and a Saturday, along with several other things green.Theyre No. 1 with usThe new deck and outside bar at The Celtic Ray Public House ($-$$) might not be “nished, but St. Patricks Day will, as usual, be lively and authentically Irish at 145 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. That means there will be no such anachronisms as green beer. Corned beef and cabbage will be served until it runs out, though father-and-son publicans Kevin and Max Doyle helpfully point out that neither concoction is Irish. Both were American inventions. Fish and chips, though, are another matter entirely. Which leads us, indirectly, to Old Speckled Hen, an iconic British beer whose name has nothing to do with poultry. A paint-spattered, fabric-covered classic MG, the Featherweight Fabric Saloon, which got to be called the Owld Speckld UnŽ because of its mottled appearance, inspired the bottler. And so it was that a beer brand that sounds like a chicken, but was really a car, traversed the U.S.A. seeking the best AngloAmerican “sh and chips. The top “ve “nalists included The Celtic Ray and four other British and Irish pubs from Las Vegas to Pennsylvania. Max Doyle, who shared a convivial time with the four judges while they sampled the Rays signature Icelandic cod and chips, reported that they enjoyed them and the pubs atmosphere well enough for The Celtic Ray to take second place for “sh and chips nationwide. From plants to platesHyper-local, sustainable food sources and veggie-centric,Ž greener menus occupy more than half the spots on the National Restaurant Associations list of top 10 trending concepts for 2018. Sam Baker, Open Studio gardens manager and owner of Englewood Homegrown never set out to be trendy. He just wanted to do what was right for the future of his family and the planet. For the past several years, Baker has been nurturing not only a nursery of native edible plants, but also private landscapes full of them, which hes installed throughout the Englewood-Venice area. In the process, he also inspired an Englewood chef. His plants now star in the hyper-local platings of Beach Road Wine Bar & Bistros Executive Chef Carson Schiro whos always been fascinated with farm-totable, sustainable, even wild-foraged cuisine. Next Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., you can experience “rsthand the connections among growing, preparing and eating edible landscaping. Englewood Homegrowns self-guided, second annual Englewood Edible Landscaping Tour: Food Preparation allows you to visit seven local homes growing their own food forests,Ž then watch Chef Carson make lunch using ingredients from Englewood Homegrown, plus organic chicken, locally caught “sh and a plantbased option. A tour ticket gets you a list of properties to explore in any order you like. Only 120 lunch tickets are available, 40 for each seating, at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Tour tickets can be ordered for $15 prepaid at theopenstudio.org or for $20 the day of the tour, at The Open Studios 380 Old Englewood Road location. Kids 16 and under are free. Lunch tickets for $10 should be preordered before March 20 at theopenstudio.org to ensure a seat. No pets, please. For more information, call Open Studio administrator Judi Jenkins, at 941-681-8188.Empanadas and earth mothersPort Charlotte avant-garde artist John Dedo Cristina says he doesnt just paint. I love to sculpt, and some of my stuff might be a little bit weird but, you know, thats me!Ž Not one to con“ne his work to echoing galleries, he often brings it into public spaces where visitors may touch and experience it. Sometimes with beer in hand, they get up close, with artist-supplied ”ashlights, as at last years Portside Tavern exhibit in Port Charlotte. Not only does Dedo mold body casts like Levis,Ž a nude posterior wearing only a denim hip pocket. He recently created a series of lushly rounded “gures that some irreverently call sausage people.Ž Dedo prefers the term biomorphic artŽ for the fertile forms, in paint and sculpture, that will be celebrated, with empanadas and native Puerto Rican mofongo (garnished with green sprigs of cilantro), at Dary Coloms Cilantros Restaurant ($-$$), 1705 Tamiami Trail, Towles Plaza, Punta Gorda, on Tuesday, March 20, from 5 to 8 p.m. And if you want more of Chef Darys specialties in a different Punta Gorda setting, Cilantros will be serving outside Peace River Beer Co. 1732 Steadley Ave., every Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m.Seafood Bazaar on the CapePlacida Fish Market (941-697-6666), 31 Chailett Road, Rotonda West, now has takeout „ fried grouper, snapper, clam strips, shrimp, conch fritters, cole slaw, seafood salad, smoked “sh pt and gumbo „ and wants to celebrate it. Today, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., you can join them to try the takeout, hear music by local favorites Kenny Rose and The Hatley Band purchase the work of local artists, and take a chance on prize drawings. Next-door neighbor Noys Bistro ($$) will join in the festivities by opening early with full bar and menu. Send restaurant and bar news and recommendations to columnist Sue Wade at suewade47@aol. com. Average price ranges are $ = inexpensive (under $10), $$ = moderate ($11-$30), and $$$ = pricey (over $30), including tip and beverage .The wearing, growing and eating of the green SueWADECOLUMNISTTHE SCENE PHOTO BY JILL PRINNER LOVELACEPlacida Fish Market now oers takeout. Phone in orders, Monday to Saturday, at 941-697-6666. ENGLEWOOD „ Kenny Riveras toddler cried for his mom. A heartbroken Rivera knew the babys mother wasnt coming home to them. As a 25-year-old single dad, Rivera struggled to care for his son while working and trying to pay the rent. Its harder than I thought,Ž Rivera said adding his exgirlfriend had a drug addiction which forced them apart. I knew this was not the life I wanted for my son. I really struggled until I met Kathy from New Paradigm and my life changed.Ž Rivera qualified to live in transitional housing through the New Paradigm Catholic Charities program. He was given help raising his son through parenting classes taught through the program; financial counseling to learn to manage his money and support through a local mentor. Rivera told his story at a recent New Paradigm Teach a Man to FishŽ fundraiser at Englewood Elks Lodge 2378. At the event, Riveras mentor Steven Fishman told him how proud he was of him for working at independence and eventually buy a home. Kenny is the second single father Ive been able to mentor,Ž said Fishman, who has been a board member for the foundation for four years. The other dad I worked with lived in the same unit as Kenny does now. I have young children and I know its important to have a support system in raising them. Kenny knows he can call me anytime he needs me.Ž The Teach a Man to FishŽ fundraiser will help the foundation work with families who are nearly homeless. The New Paradigm of Catholic Charities works to transition families them into permanent housing after a two-year stay in one of 15 properties in Charlotte County. Since its inception, the foundation worked with 60 families with a 90 percent success. 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. For more information about the New Paradigm Foundation, visit www.thenpf.org, email info@thenpf.org or call 941-681-2194. The office is at 2800 Placida Road, Suite 111 Englewood.Email eallen@sun-herald.comNew Paradigm keeps families from becoming homelessBy ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH COMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR NEW PARADIGM CATHOLIC CHARITIESFor more information about the New Paradigm Foundation, visit www. thenpf.org, email info@thenpf.org or call 941-681-2194. The office is at 2800 Placida Road, Suite 111 Englewood. 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Page 24 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSNORTH PORT „ It may be David Sommers “rst year at North Port High School, but hes already got his eye on a state title. Sommer, who teaches chorus and keyboard, will be traveling with the advanced chorus next month to Lakeland to perform at states. The advanced chorus will perform at the State Music Performance Assessment during the week of April 23 to April 27 in Lakeland. To perform in the state competition, the chorus must achieve a superior rating at the district level. Sommer is proud of the students; the fact they have been setting goals and reaching their goals. It means the world to me to push them to their perceived limits,Ž Sommer said. The chorus just performed at Epcots annual Candlelight Processional over the holidays. The event invites choral groups from around the state and country to perform while a celebrity narrator tells the story of Christmas set to a 50-piece orchestra. Sommer said his “rst year at North Port High School has been “lled with plenty of “rsts and performing at Epcot with the chorus was one of them. While he is excited for reaching so many goals with the kids in his “rst year, they are now focused on the upcoming state performance. Sommer said the group will perform three songs Lead Gently Lord,Ž Tundra,Ž and Song of RuthŽ during states. Before the band takes off for Lakeland, Sommer said the band will perform at Tuesdays Music in Our Schools Program. The Music in Our Schools program showcases not only the high school chorus, but the chorus groups from the middle schools. Sommer is encouraging anyone interested to watch the groups perform, especially the middle school students who are the future of his program. Its a great chance to see the future of the program,Ž he said. Sommer said the chorus is always looking for donations or help to fund future performances. Those interested can email him at david. sommer@sarasotacountyschools.net or by calling 941-423-8558. Music in Our Schools Program begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the North Port Performing Arts Center, 6400 W. Price Blvd., North Port. For more information call the box of“ce at 941-426-8479. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comNorth Port High Schools advanced chorus heading to stateBy ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER SUN PHOTO BY MONICA AMAYA The North Port High Schools combined chorus performs Amavolovolo,Ž by Rudolph De Beer at a recent concert. adno=54529590 COFFEE € ESPRESSO € CAPPUCCINO LATTES & MOCHAS € MOREOpen Daily 7am to 3pm 450 W Dearborn St. Let us Cater your next Event!THANK YOU ENGLEWOOD VOTED BEST COFFEE SHOPadno=54529588 20% OFFAll Plants 3 Gal. & UpOne Coupon Per TransactionMUST PRESENT COUPON AT TIME OF SALE. EXCLUDING SALE ITEMS, LANDSCAPE PACKAGES, TROPICAL FRUIT, CITRUS AND BOUGAINVILLEA.Thank You Englewood For Voting Us #1 Nursery 2006-2017 DEBIT CARD 941-474-8626850 N. Indiana, Hwy. 776www.OakFarmsNursery.comMON-SAT 7:30am-5pm CLOSED SUNDAYSR # 47220933adno=54529607 LEMON BAY COMPUTER SERVICETHANK YOU ENGLEWOOD Voted Best Computer Service30 North Elm StreetElm at Dearborn in Olde Englewood941-548-1322info@LemonBayComputerService.com adno=54529587 2014-2017 941-473-2344 1-877-426-8660Your Home Town Plumber € No Service Call Fee € Price Protection € No Overtime Charges€ Pipe Lining and Re-Pipe Specialists € € Drain Cleaning € Leak Detection € € Water Treatment € Water Heaters € € Professional Technicians € Fully Stocked Trucks € € Back” ow Citi“ cation €CFC1428721 Serving Southwest Florida THANK YOU ENGLEWOOD FOR VOTING US #1 24 Hour Emergency Services 2012-2017517 Paul Morris Drive Suite A We Charge By The Job, Not By The Hour! Call Mike Douglass Plumbing For Your Free Estimate Today!adno=54529585 toll free 150 N. Indiana Ave., Englewood 24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICEEnglewood's Largest Electrical ContractorLIGHTNING & SURGE PROTECTION € FLAT SCREEN TV INSTALLATION"WIRING WITH PRIDE" RESIDENTIAL € COMMERCIAL SERVICE Generator Sales Installation & Repairs Lic# EC0001536 State Certi“ ed FREE ESTIMATES 941-474-3104 2006-2017It s Electricadno=54529606 475-4010 Take out Available 498 W. Dearborn St. adno=54529586 Open Mon-Sat 11:00am -9:00pm Come in & check out our NEW menu itemsThanks for Voting us #1 President Mason Financial Group Branch Manager, RJFS Investment Management Consultant 447 W. DEARBORN ST. € ENGLEWOOD peter.mason@raymondjames.com www.masonfinancialgrp.com Securities offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc, member FINRA/SIPC adno=54529589 9415483170 Serving the Englewood Community for over 20 Years! Where Wall St. meets Dearborn St.Ž Voted Best Ice CreamŽ6945 Sunnybrook Blvd Englewood (941) 475-1855 6800 Placida Rd C-1 Englewood (941) 697-3959www.SwirlsnCurlsIceCream.comOpen 7 DaysHARD & SOFT Come by and play some Putt Putt Golf! Open 7 Days, 11am 10pmOver 60 Flavorsadno=54529628 Readers Choice Best of Englewood 2017 Winners

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OUR TOWN: WHEELS INSIDE: CLASSIFIEDS SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 2018 Dear Car Talk: I had a 1991 Civic. At 105,000 miles, the timing belt broke while we were driving. I pulled off to the side of the road „ the cold, dark, middle-of-nowhere, Indiana road „ and just to make sure to do the worst thing I possibly could do, I then cranked the engine. Everyone said that if the valves werent ruined right when the belt broke, I de“nitely ruined them by cranking the engine. I happened to “nd a mechanic who agreed to put on a new belt and just try and see if it would work. It worked “ne, and lasted another 125,000 miles. But why did it work? Everything Ive read and everyone Ive talked to has said that this car had an interference engine. But it survived a broken timing belt and worked “ne (until it was destroyed by a Jeep, but thats another story). Can you explain this miracle? „ David Luck. You should have run right out and bought a lottery ticket after the Civic started, David. Id say in 95 percent of cases, when a timing belt breaks on a car with an interference engine (where the valves and pistons can collide if things go wrong), at least one of the valves gets crushed, and you end up having to rebuild the entire cylinder head. But in order for that to happen, one of the valves has to be pretty much all the way open inside the cylinder when the belt breaks, so a rising piston can crush it. And in about 5 percent of cases, the belt just happens to break during one of those few nanoseconds when none of the valves is fully opened. So you just completely lucked out in terms of where the valves were positioned at the moment the belt broke. And your mechanic did absolutely the right thing. You might as well put on a new belt and try it. Even though theres only a small chance that the engine survived, a belt costs just a few bucks and takes an hour or so to install. If the car starts, youd be the happiest guy in middle-of-nowhere Indiana that day. And if it doesnt work, you already have your new belt ready for when you “nish rebuilding the cylinder head. As my late brother would have said: You must have lived a good, clean lifeŽ up to that point, David. As to what you were up to when the Jeep hit you, I guess thatll have to remain a mystery. A few last-ditch things to try before replacing heater coreDear Car Talk: My brother has a 2006 Toyota RAV4 with 125,000 miles. We think he has a clogged heater core. The Toyota maintenance schedule calls for changing the coolant every 100,000 miles; he takes his RAV4 to the local Toyota dealer and has followed the schedule. He still has a clogged heater core. They have tried to ”ush it, to no avail. Now they are telling him he needs the heater core replaced. Its a nine-hour job and could cost up to $2,000. What should he do? „ Paul Buy some blankets. Yeah, thats a terrible job. It requires taking out the entire dashboard. And then when youre all done, 15 hours later, if you havent stabbed yourself with a screwdriver, you end up with a pile of nuts and bolts left over. So you want to avoid that job if at all possible. Your brother might want to try to “nd an independent mechanic who is a little more motivated to work with him. If I were working on this car, Id try everything I could think of before I started pulling out the dashboard. First, Id double-check to see if the heater core is actually the cause of the problem; its possible theres something else preventing the passenger compartment from getting heat. Ive seen a bad thermostat or a failing water pump cause a lack of heat. Ive also seen a bad blend door in the ducting system keep warm air from ”owing into the passenger compartment, even when the heater control on the dashboard is set to hot.Ž So “rst check to see if the heater core is working. Once the car is warmed up, feel both of the hoses that attach to the heater core (one goes in, one comes out). If only the hose going in is warm, then the heater How did engine survive broken timing belt? Just plain luck RayMAGLIOZZICAR TALK COLUMNIST Both of todays featured vehicles have been restored to excellent condition and, moving or parked, they get peoples attention. This proved very true at iHeart Radio Broadcasting Company Seafood Festival March 3-4 at Laishley Park where both were on display. The oldest, a semi-rare 1953 MG TD Roadster with right side steering wheel, belongs to Rodney Jones of Port Charlotte, a native of Merry Ole EnglandŽ with an interesting background. After receiving a formal education, he joined the Royal Air Force in 1962, staying on to the end of 1974. Following that time period he was employed by a large computer company headquartered in the USA and working in Germany until 1996. Thats where RodŽ met his wife-to-be, Judith, an American who was a preschool teacher, on a blind date. Rolling back to the MG, he found it near an air base in Northern Ireland while in the service. It was truly a basket caseŽ which took him two years to completely rebuild in his spare time. It was shipped to Maine where they moved to take a job in charge of T.D. Banks, working as their computer engineer. Two years ago Rodney and Judy moved to sunny Florida and they are able to drive his beloved EmmaŽ, the MGs nickname, year-round. Some speci“cations of this true sports car: its engine is 1,250cc delivering 54 hp, has two SU carburetors, the transmission has been upgraded to “ve speeds connected to the rear end using a 4-to-3 ratio resulting in being peppy going through the gears while motoring along. Those knockoff wheels and special tires also add to its good looks. His entire adult life has been involved with computers that, as he says, earned him a good living.Ž Mr. Jones does not plan on ever selling the MG because of wanting such an automobile since a teenager. Good for him! The other sports car is a bright white 1975 Triumph TR6 Roadster owned by 70-year-old Punta Gorda resident Bob Brown and his wife Dayle Ann, formerly of Spring Grove, Ill. He moved here in January 2014 to remodel a house purchased previously, then his wife of 49 years came a year later after she retired from being a legal secretary for a large company. His former occupation was in the automobile industry, 34 busy years as a partner of a Cadillac, Pontiac, GMC and Harley-Davidson dealership. This all came from Bob being a motorcycle and car buff starting at age 14 and during the following years bought, repaired and sold many dozens of what are now collector vehicles. Back to the Triumph. It came to him under unusual circumstances. His former hobby car was a wildly fast, professionally built reproduction Cobra that Two attention-getting English sports cars Just last year GMC redesigned the Acadia large family crossover, downsizing it a bit and adding features, technology and even a new All-Terrain package that gives it improved off-road capability. While base models come with a standard four-cylinder engine, our SLT-1 All-Terrain version came with the uplevel 3.6-liter V-6, along with leather upholstery, all-wheel drive and special badges. The All-Terrain package adds $1,800 to the SLT-1 sticker price ($41,560 plus $995 freight), and brings the advanced all-wheel-drive system, hill-descent control, special 20-inch aluminum wheels, and black roof rails. All-Terrain is also offered on the less-expensive SLE trim (base price $38,500), and can be con“gured for “ve, six or seven passengers. Standard on the SLE model is the four-cylinder engine. Our SLT-1 All-Terrain came with the seven-passenger seating, which included a three-person bench seat in the middle row and a two-person bench in the third row. There also are special All-Terrain interior accents, covered storage bins and, on “ve-passenger models, a cargo-management system in the rear cargo ”oor in place of a third-row seat. For the All-Terrain, there is a special advanced AWD system with Active Twin Clutch that is designed to optimize traction for every condition it encounters, GMC says. On the GMCs 2018 Acadia crossover offers All-Terrain version for off-road jauntsBy G. CHAMBERS WILLIAMS IIIFORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM PHOTO BY GMC2018 GMC Acadia All Terrain (GMC) DEARBORN, Mich. „ Ford, with a sagging U.S. market share and one of the oldest vehicle lineups in the industry, is promising to revamp three-quarters of its models in the next two years. Much of the emphasis will be on refreshing or revamping the entire lineup of SUVs while adding gas-electric hybrid powertrains, two new off-road SUVs and two new trucks. Its all part of the larger plan to prepare the company for the future by cutting costs, increasing the number of common parts and feeding a long-starved product lineup. The move, detailed at a presentation on Thursday at Fords product development center in Dearborn, Michigan, comes at a time when Fords aging lineup has had trouble appealing to U.S. customers. In the past “ve years the companys market share has fallen over 2 percentage points to 14.4 percent so far this year. Last year its market share rose 0.1 percentage point. I have a reinvigorated view of the future,Ž said Richard Bazzy, who runs a Ford dealership in Pittsburghs northern suburbs and is among dealers who have been critical of company management. Weve been waiting for a long time. We werent sure what we were waiting for. Now we know.Ž Included in the hybrid plan is one for the F-150 pickup, the top-selling vehicle in America, that will offer increased towing power and an on-board generator. Ford Ford pledges to revamp aging product lineBy TOM KRISHERAP AUTO WRITERREVIEW | 3 FORD | 3 ROYSTON | 2 CAR TALK | 3 AP PHOTOThis Jan. 5 photo, shows the 2019 Ford Ranger truck on display in Warren, Mich. It goes on sale next spring, eight years after Ford pulled it o the market in the U.S. and Canada. PHOTOS BY LEE ROYSTONThree quarter view of the bright red 1953 MG TD. Very sporty! Note knocko type wire wheels, English front license plate and special driving lights. Bob & Dayle Ann Browns restored bright white 1975 Triumph TR6

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Page 26 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 2OUR TOWN WHEELS UPCOMING EVENTS€ Today, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Muscle Car City Monthly Car Show, 10175 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda. Free to show car owners and the public, top six trophies will be awarded, music by Toms Traveling Tunes. Memorabilia Store, Speed Shop and Indoor For SaleŽ Car Corral open. Information: April Patchell, general manager, 941-575-5959. € Today, starting 10 a.m. Premier Auction Group, Charlotte Harbor Event Center, 75 Taylor Street, Punta Gorda, will be conducting their final day of auctioning the rest of the 400-plus automobiles made in USA, Canada, Italy, England, Japan and Germany. Gates open at 9 a.m. the auction runs 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Information: Chris Neuhauser 260-403-4236. Dont miss this event, its Huuuuge!Ž € Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. Free open cruise-in Vics Primo Pizzas, 16520 Burnt Store Road, Punta Gorda, assisted by the Vintage Motor Car Club of America, SW Florida Region. Open to all years, makes, models collector cars/trucks and motorcycles. Trophies, door prizes, tasty food and beverages available. Music by Toms Traveling Tunes. Coordinators: VMCCA members Kemper and Lisa Powell, 304-320-9933. € Thursday, 4 to 7 p.m. Free open cruise-in, Beef O Bradys Family Sports Restaurant, 1105 Taylor Street, Punta Gorda, assisted by Vintage Motor Car Club of America, SW Florida Region. Open to all makes, models collector cars/trucks/ motorcycles including modified. Inside music by Joe OBrien. BOGO meal to car show participants. Information: Lee 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 for all the details: www. larrycruisinlist-swfl.com. Also for similar but somewhat different hobby happenings log onto 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. took three years to build and had the best of the best everything, including a Clayton Racing Engine built by Jerry Clayton personally. All was well and good until Bobs doctor discovered some health issues that were medically corrected; however, driving the Cobra became a challenge. He down scaled to the TR6 seen here today. Its a six cylinder OHV stock engine of 106 HP. The lightweight Triumph provides crisp performance, ample enough for the Sunshine States non-hilly roads. Bob has receipts that prove a total restoration was carried out “ve years ago, and none can doubt his vast knowledge of all kinds of vehicles. Its the car to participate in hobby events in southwest Florida. Their other hobbies are boating for him; Dayle Ann enjoys playing cards and being a housewife and mother of one son, Robert, who is a CFO of 430 Union Electricians in Denver. She also likes to dote over their four grandchildren. € € € George Milk, 97, an old car hobbyist passed away March 6 at Village Place Rehab Center of Port Charlotte. I met him in 1999 during the Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade where he drove a VIP. His convertible, a 1968 Plymouth Fury III, was purchased off the showroom ”oor from a dealer in Northern New Jersey near where he was from in Denville, close to Morristown. It was something he wanted for years and very proud to talk about up until his death. After his education, George joined the Navy in 1941 and was assigned to the Armed Guard personnel on merchant ships crossing the Atlantic carrying munitions and soldiers until 1945. Fortunately the submarines did not attack his ship but many others were torpedoed. Discharged, this young man worked for the town of Denville for over 20 years, ending that career as a foreman for the Public Works department, finally retiring in 1983. His first wife, Dora, passed away and he later married neighbor Shirley Shay. Both his and her homes were sold and they had a new house built where this happy couple resided until she died. He continued to live there until temporarily going to the rehab center. As a member of the Peace River Antique Car Club of America and the Vintage Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region, George was active until age 93. One thing Ill remember is that he was always a gentleman and liked by all who met him. A close survivor is a son, Duane and wife Sandy of Wesley Chapel, Florida. A Celebration of Life is scheduled for 1 p.m. on March 28 at KaysPonger-Uselton Funeral Home, 2405 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. Phone 941-625-4113 for details. € € € Don Royston is president of the Vintage Motor Car Club of America, SW Florida Region and may be reached at 941-626-4452 or leekr42@embarqmail. com.ROYSTONFROM PAGE 1 PHOTOS BY LEE ROYSTON1250cc engine showing busy hoses and clamps from radiator to the block/water pump, two SU carburetors from the 53 MG TD A busy under hood view „ note 6 spark plug wires & air cleaner on opposite side Dash with basic instruments and banjo-type steering wheel for which MGs were famous. This car is right side drive, and note the racing windshield. Special wood steering wheel with many instruments, including tachometer and wood shifting knob from the 75 Triumph TR6 One happy man from Merry Ole EnglandŽ, Rodney Jones is the owner of the 1953 MG TD Always smiling Bob Brown, owner of the 1975 Triumph TR6 *At least one resident must be 55 years of age or better, a limited number of residents may be younger and no one under 19 year s of age. Some residents may be younger than 55. Oer is available on new purchase agreements accepted by Del Webb between 3/17 /18 and 4/16/18 at Cypress Falls at The Woodlands community only and is not valid with other promotions or discounts or on contract rewrites. This oer is subje ct to change or withdrawal at any time without notice. Buyer may select one or more options that are made available by Del Webb on select homes and Del Webb will credit to buyer at closing a 50% reduction to the standard cost of selected options, up to a reduction of $10,000 for Gard en Series (a maximum standard cost of $20,000), and $15,000 for Classic Series (a maximum standard cost of $30,000). Buyer is r esponsible for any cost of selected options in excess of the incentive amount. Any unused credit is the property of Del Webb, and may not be used to reduce the Tot al Purchase Price of the home. Option selections vary by home. Incentive does not include lot premiums, elevations, structural options or pools. Oer may not be redeemed for cash or equivalent. This incentive may aect the amount of loan for which a buyer may be eligible, check with your lender for details. Prices shown are estimated base prices, do not include lot premiums or options and are subject to change w ithout notice. Community Association fees required. Additional terms, conditions and restrictions apply. Photographs are for illustrative purposes only, are not int ended to be an actual representation of a speci“c community, and depict models containing features or designs that may not be a vailable on all homes or that may be available for an additional cost. This material shall not constitute a valid oer in any state where prior registration is requ ired or if void by law. Please see a sales associate for details. 2018 Pulte Home Company, LLC. All rights reserved. CBC05785 0. 3/17/18 2 NEW MODELS & AMENITY CENTER NOW OPEN FROM THE $220KS We believe in Life Well Led. At Del Webb, we believe in living in your own beautifully crafted home. With open ”oor plans and t houghtful design features that oer more versatility and ease of living. In an active social life, rewarding experiences, and being part of an e xtraordinary community, where you can connect with friends, take a dance class, learn a new cuisine, or master bocce ball. delwebb.com/cypressfalls | 866.741.7262 Resort Pool, Fitness Center, Grand Ballroom, Pickleball, Lifestyle Director & More 6 Single Family Home Designs with 2-5 Bedrooms Half O Design Upgrades Save up to $15,000 on the Classic Series. Act by 4/16/18. SOUTHWEST FLORIDAS LEADER IN 55+ LIVING CYPRESS FALLS AT THE WOODLANDS2635 Myrrh Place, North Port, Florida 34289 | 866.741.7262 adno=50531318

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 27 3OUR TOWN WHEELScore isnt working. But if theyre both warm, then hot coolant is ”owing through the heater core and your problem is somewhere else. If the heater core fails that test, Id make sure the heater core isnt air-bound. If the dealership ”ushed it, its possible theres still air trapped in the core. These heater cores are particularly hard to bleed, because theyre up high „ higher than the rest of the cooling system. So they tend to trap air. Weve resorted to removing a heater hose and “lling the heater core with coolant through a funnel to get all the air out. If your brother is a good guy, and he didnt give you too many noogies when you were a kid, maybe the ”ush did work, and theres just air blocking it now? If youve successfully bled out the air, another thing a mechanic can try is doing a more intensive ”ush. For instance, you can remove the hoses and hook up a small, low-pressure submersible pump to one of them. Drop both hoses and the pump in a bucket of chemical radiator ”ush, and just let it pump slowly through the heater core for hours. If you see some rust and gunk collecting in the bucket, then keep going. And then reverse the direction and pump it the other way. Do that a few times if it seems to be helping. Maybe youll unclog it enough that, when combined with a pair of Bronko Nagursky long underwear, itll be enough to get him through the next few winters. And if not, my next suggestion would be to go back to the dealer and trade it in in the summer. Good luck. In their pamphlet Should I Buy, Lease, or Steal My Next Car?Ž Tom and Ray break down the strategies for buying a car, so you can make the most of your money. Send $4.75 (check or money order) to Car Talk/ Next 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 1drive-mode selector, the usual Off Road setting is replaced by the AllTerrain mode, which is meant to enhance the vehicles hill-climbing abilities. There are driverselectable terrain settings for “ve different types of surfaces, set by a rotary switch to the left rear of the gear shifter on the center console. The AWD disconnect mode disconnects the rear axle from the drive system to save fuel. Even with the AllTerrains AWD, the Acadia isnt meant for serious trail-driving, as the vehicle does not have suf“cient ground clearance, off-road tires, or low-range gearing for tackling extreme trails. Still, we did enjoy taking the Acadia All-Terrain on some unpaved state and national park/forest routes that were decently maintained, including some sand, steep hills and not-too-big rocks. It handled those chores well. Besides the 20-inch wheels, our AllTerrain also featured a body-color grille surround and dark-chrome exterior trim. This newest Acadia, which departs from the design of its former siblings the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave, has a starting price of $29,000 (plus freight) for the base SL front-drive version. Prices range as high as $47,100 for the top-ofthe-line Denali version with all-wheel drive and the V-6 engine. Its not as big as before, but the new Acadia can still be con“gured to seat up to seven passengers in most trim levels. A six-passenger version is available, using three rows of seats, with a pair of captains chairs in the middle row, instead of the standard three-person bench. After the downsizing, the Acadia moved into the midsize crossover segment along with the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, Nissan Path“nder and Acura MDX, among others. This newest version is seven inches shorter than the previous model, but there is still plenty of interior space. Theres even plenty of knee room for the middle-row passengers, although the third row is a bit tighter. Its one of the most-comfortable family crossovers on the market, with a smooth and quiet ride even on some rougher roads. On all but the SL and All-Terrain models, you can get either frontor all-wheel drive. The SL comes only with front drive, and the All-Terrain features only all-wheel drive. Acadias base starting price is about $1,900 less than that of the previous generation, even though the new model comes with more standard equipment, including a new IntelliLink infotainment and connectivity system that includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The base engine is a new 2.5-liter Ecotec four-cylinder with 194 horsepower and 190 foot-pounds of torque, connected to a six-speed automatic transmission. Its the “rst four-cylinder for the Acadia, which has been on the market since 2007 with only V-6 power. The 3.6-liter V-6, which cranks out 310 horsepower and 271 foot-pounds of torque, is available for $1,095 extra on the SLE 2 and front-drive SLT 1 model, and standard on the SLT 1 all-wheel drive, SLT 2, All-Terrain and Denali models. It also comes with a six-speed automatic transmission. Theres not a big difference in fuel economy between the two engines, with a slight savings is on the city numbers, rather than the highway ratings, for the four-cylinder. The four-cylinder is rated at 21 mpg city/26 highway with front drive, and 21 city/25 highway with all-wheel drive; the V-6 is rated at 18 city/25 highway/20 combined with either frontor all-wheel drive. With the V-6 engine, the Acadia can tow trailers weighing up to 4,000 pounds, with the optional towing package, which was included on our All-Terrain tester ($650) extra). Four-cylinder models are limited to just 1,000 pounds. We drove the All-Terrain in the Appalachian Mountains of East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, and found that the V-6 engine provided plenty of power for the hills we encountered. Among exterior features of the SLT All-Terrain are projector-beam headlights (with automatic high beams), deep-tinted glass, power rear liftgate, and power-adjustable (manual folding) heated outside mirrors with auto-dimming on the drivers side. Besides the leather upholstery, interior features included navigation ($495) with the standard GMC Infotainment system with eight-inch color touch screen and Bose premium eight-speaker audio; rearview camera system; heated front bucket seats; leather-wrapped steering wheel; threezone automatic climate control; eight-way power front seats with power lumbar support; 120-volt power outlet; and a tilt/telescopic steering column. The Driver Alert Package I comes at no extra charge, bringing Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert, Rear Park Assist and Rear Cross-Traf“c Alert. Our tester also came with the Dual Skyscape Sunroof ($1,400); Exterior Convenience Package ($860), which brought roof-rack cross rails and molded assist steps; and GMC Interior Protection Package ($300), with all-weather ”oor mats and rear cargo mat. We also had the Crimson Red Tintcoat exterior paint ($495). The interior was Jet Black/ Kalahari. The navigation system wasnt as detailed as some of the others Ive tested recently, as the names of streets I was approaching didnt appear until I was almost right on them. Its nice to have some advance notice of the street youre looking for coming up ahead. Theres plenty of room in the cargo area when this vehicle has no thirdrow seat or that seat is folded out of the way „ 41.7 cubic feet. The split-folding second-row seat improves on the original Smart Slide feature of the previous generation. The curbside seat can slide and tilt forward, even with a forward-facing child seat in place. The seat on the drivers side tips and slides forward for access to the third row. And the 50/50-split third-row seat folds ”at to expand the cargo area behind the second row. With the middle row also folded, the cargo space expands to 79 cubic feet. At the rear of the center console is a pullout storage drawer accessible to middle-row passengers. Its designed for electronic devices and small toys to be stored out of sight, for greater security and reduced clutter, the automaker says. All three rows have USB charging ports for electronic devices. There were two USB ports in the front of the center console for the driver and front passenger, and there were two on the very back of the center console, along with the 120-volt power outlet, for use by the backseat passengers. Other standard features include a MacPherson strut front suspension and “ve-link rear suspension; electric power steering; fourwheel disc brakes, with GMs Duralife rotors; and an electronic parking brake. Total sticker price for our SLT-1 All-Terrain was $48,555, including freight and $6,000 in options (including the $1,800 All-Terrain Package).REVIEWFROM PAGE 1 2018 GMC AC ADIAThe package: Midsize, ve-, sixor seven-passenger, ve-door, frontor all-wheel-drive, four-cylinder or V-6 powered, crossover utility vehicle. Highlights: The redesigned and slightly downsized Acadia family crossover made its debut for 2017, with still an option for three rows of seating, but now the choice of a four-cylinder engine or a more-powerful V-6. It has new styling, lots of standard and optional amenities, and available all-wheel drive. Negatives: A bit noisy in the cabin at highway speeds; six-speed transmission is a bit dated. Engine: 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder; 3.6-liter V-6. Transmission: Six-speed automatic. Power/torque: 193 HP./188 foot-pounds (I-4); 310 HP./271 foot-pounds (V-6). Brakes, front/rear: Disc/disc, antilock. Length: 193.6 inches. Base curb weight: 3,956 pounds. Cargo volume: 12.8 cubic feet (behind third row); 41.7 cubic feet (behind second row, no third row or third row folded); 79 cubic feet (both rear seats folded). Towing capacity: 1,000 pounds (I-4); 4,000 pounds (V-6, with towing package). EPA fuel economy: 21 mpg city/26 highway (I-4, 2WD); 2{5 (I-4, AWD); 18/25 (V-6). Fuel capacity/type: 19 gallons (2WD)/22 gallons (AWD), regular unleaded. Base price: $29,000-$47,100, plus $995 freight. Price as tested: $48,555, including freight and options (SLT-1 All-Terrain V-6, AWD). Major competitors: Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, Acura MDX, Nissan Pathnder, Inniti QX60, Volvo XC90. On the Road rating: 9.2 (of a possible 10). PHOTO BY GMC2018 GMC Acadia Denali Interior pledged to be the hybrid sales leader, unseating Toyota in the U.S. by 2021. The new products, including complete revamps of the Explorer big SUV and Escape compact SUV, should help dealers who have struggled against competitors with fresher vehicles. Ford concedes its model lineup is among the industrys oldest, with an average age of 5.7 years. It promised to drop that to 3.3 years by 2020. The Escape small SUV hasnt been completely redone since 2012, while the Explorer was last allnew in 2011, both long cycles compared with competitors. Among the new product announcements: € The two off-road vehicles designed to compete with Jeep and Land Rover will be the new Bronco midsize SUV and a yet-to-be named small sport utility. € A new all-electric SUV with 300 miles of range between charges by 2020. Six more battery electric vehicles by 2022. € Standard safety features across nearly all models by 2020 including automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assist and backup cameras. € Internet connectivity on all vehicles by the end of next year, enabling over-the-air software updates by 2020. CEO Jim Hackett, who is approaching one year on the job, said having hybrids in high-volume SUVs will aid performance and help the company and its customers hedge against the possibility of rising fuel prices. He also promised to speed up new product development in the future. Ford showed off some of the new vehicles but reporters had to promise not to describe or photograph them. There were no compact cars shown, but Ford says cars are still important. Ford shares rose 5 cents Thursday to close at $11.07. They are down 9.2 percent so far this year.FORDFROM PAGE 1 adno=717518

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Page 28 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 4OUR TOWN WHEELSNORTH PORT „ The North Port Community Health Action Team recently honored a longtime volunteer who is retiring but has been a valued member for years. Ken Alexander as been a loyal and hard working member of the CHAT group for many years. Ken is the executive director for Bayside Center for Behavior Health which is a division of Sarasota Memorial Hospital,Ž the group said. Alexander is retiring in March. CHAT also acknowledged Melanie Grafals, CHAT coordinator for four Sarasota County CHAT groups, for about the last 18 months. She is moving from that position. North Ports CHAT initiatives include: a health services center; increased health services; resource directory; a vision for a healthy North Port; an alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention; the North Port Drug Free Youth Program; establishment of cold weather shelters in North Port for the homeless; and development of stake holders for the purpose of bringing a hospital to North Port.North Port CHAT honors volunteerSTAFF REPORT PHOTO PROVIDEDThe North Port Community Health Action Team recently honored volunteer Ken Alexander, who is retiring as executive director for Bayside Center and has been a long time supporter of the CHAT group. CHAT seeks promoting expanding health services in Nort h Port. From left, Sam George, chairman of North Port CHAT; Melanie Grafals, CHAT coordinator for four CHAT groups in Sarasota Co unty; Alexander and Christopher Hanks, North Port city commissioner and CHAT representative to the North Port City Commission. Clifford E. Kroh of Kansas City, Kansas, founded his real estate development company in 1910 by platting the old family farm into a development known as Krohs Addititon. He then came to Florida and expanded his business. He bought huge amounts of land in different parts of the state. Eventually he met up with J.E. Bartlett, another man who owned quite a bit of land. In the 1940s, their paths crossed in Englewood where Bartlett already owned thousands of acres. Krohs company purchased from Bartlett 5,000 acres, the property that is now Overbrook Gardens. Kroh Brothers started their Englewood development of Overbrook Gardens at the northern end of Englewood in 1957. Between 1957 and 1958 the “rst eight homes were built. The ninth home to be built in 1958 was owned by Marge and David Foss. We were going down the highway approaching Englewood,Ž said Marge Foss. It was May and it was very wet, but we were impressed that this area seemed to be higher ground. After looking at so many different areas of Florida. we had become pretty savvy about Florida land buying „ we knew things to look for, like higher ground and the quality of the drinking water. Marge remembered, Well, we stopped in front of a house in this new development and I just marched over and knocked on the door and asked the occupants, How does your water taste? And might I try it? It was real good. Later we became friends with the people that gave me the taste of water and we had a lot of laughs over our water inspection-meeting. To show how vacant the area was then, what a great time we had shooting skeet in the backyard when the boys were young. And, oh, the abundant wildlife was so enjoyed by all. We had lots of quail „ button quail „ and mallard ducks, lots of birds. There were large ”ocks of wild parakeets around here then. There were coons, possums, bobcats, foxes and an occasional largesize cottonmouth snake or rattler. When we had visitors from the north, they were always enthralled with the baby alligators in our canal. Forked Creek and the nearby canals were loaded with them in those days. We saw a lot of gators then and we had a strict rule with our “ve children, and visitors, about not swimming in the canal behind our house. When the Fosses purchased their property, average lots were selling for about $700. Very choice waterfront lots might have been as high as $2,200. The Fosses were told there were originally 494 buildable lots. By 1966, there had been 100 homes built in Overbrook, 124 completed by 1970. In 1968, Florida Power and Light put in the “rst seven street lights, and by 1974, stop signs had been installed at intersections. The Fosses got a phone as soon as their house was “nished, although in other parts of Englewood phone service could be very dif“cult to obtain. But even more exciting, water service arrived into Overbrook. No more wells with brownish, sulfur-tasting water. Most of the Overbrook residents shopped at the Publix in Venice, and sometimes at the smaller local Tate Store here in Englewood. Tates was know for carrying excellent meat said Marge. In 1980 an Overbrook Newsletter was “rst printed. 1994 and 1995 brought the construction of two school bus shelters and a security patrol program was started. These occurrences didnt happen by themselves. It took endless hours of hard work by the Homeowners Association to see these improvements take form. David Foss had been instrumental in helping to organize the original group which became a reality April 5, 1962. Marge remembered one of the most important items that David helped with was, getting the lien Humble Oil had off the waterfront property section of Overbrook.Ž They were planning to drill for oil in that area. In 1967 Mobile Oil had erected an oil rig a few miles off of Stump Pass. Fortunately, for Englewood, no oil was found. Humble, however, never got around to drilling, which would not have been an attractive event for Overbrook The Kroh Brothers development over the years has proven to be one of Englewoods most successful residential areas. € € € An interesting accomplishment of David Foss, not related to Overbrook Gardens, has to do with Disabled Veteran license plates. David had been badly wounded in Germany during World War II. When applying for a DV license plate for the “rst time after moving to Florida, he was told there was no such thing here. He immediately started on a campaign to correct this, even traveling to Tallahassee to talk to the right people. If you have a DV plate, remember an earlier Englewood resident, David Foss, was responsible for instigating the DV plate system in Florida. Diana Harris is a Sun columnist. She can be reached at diharris@ comcast.net.Early days at Englewoods Overbrook Gardens Diana Harris adno=718996 ADNO=718744

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 29 5OUR TOWN WHEELSSupport the Friends of the Englewood Charlotte Library and come to their book sale from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 21. The Friends provide a plastic bag and you can “ll it with as many books as you can for only $5. You can also purchase a cloth bag to keep and “ll it with books for only $10. They have many different types of books available including paperbacks, cookbooks, childrens books, gardening books and more. Come early, they sell out fast! On Thursday afternooon, you can bring your plant questions to the Master Gardeners from 10 a.m. until noon in the library meeting room. Master Gardeners are available to answer questions on gardening, tree and shrub care, lawn care and pests. Thursday afternoon at 1 p.m. you may join our volunteer Tammie for a literary discussion, not a book discussion. This group discusses short stories from “ve to “fteen pages. We encourage each other to think about how and why a poem or short story was written and how the stories re”ect real life. Tammie provides reading material prior to each meeting. Tammie is back at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 24, with our Fiction Writers Group. You can join Tammie and other writing enthusiasts for a discussion about writing “ction. For more information please contact Tammie Diehl at tamiami”@comcast.net. If you live in the Rotonda West area, you can come visit me at the Community Open House at their new Community Center on Thursday at 7 p.m. The Community Center is located at 646 Rotonda Circle. Representatives from various clubs, groups and community organizations are available at the open house for you to ask questions about your community or become involved in a club or group. Ill be there with information about library services, including how to get a library card, how to use our online resources and more. Stop in to say hi to your neighbors and “nd out what is going on in your community.Kids Camp concertSave the date for another great community event at the Tringali Park Community Center on Thursday, March 29. The Community Center is hosting the 2018 Kids Camp Connection Bene“t Concert from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. This is a fun event for a great cause. The bene“t concert will fund the Kids Camp Connection which is a scholarship program for the Charlotte County Community Services summer day camp. It is the departments goal to provide “nancial assistance for as many Charlotte County children as possible so that they may experience all of the bene“ts that summer camp has to offer. This years bene“t concert includes three live bands, The Sidemen, Gulf Breeze Bluegrass, and The Kindred. The bands are performing country, bluegrass, folk and Americana music to help the local community children. We also have food trucks on site that evening that are donating percentages of their proceeds to the scholarship program. Tickets for the concert are $5 in advance and $7 at the door; seating is limited to 200 people. Tickets are on sale now at the Tringali Community Center, for more information you can contact them at 941-681-3742. Get active in your community and at your library! The Englewood Charlotte Library at 3450 N. Access Road in the Tringali Recreation Complex off State Road 776.Big book sale at the Englewood Charlotte Library Lynda Citro Have you met Libby yet? Libby is the Overdrive eBook app built for readers to easily borrow eBooks and eAudio books from any library in the Sarasota County system. The app offers interactive options to enhance your reading experience. All the options within the app feature Libby guiding you to the answers or items youre looking for faster. Libby will help you with setting up your preferred method of downloading materials and then help you get started with browsing and borrowing eBooks When you download the free Libby app, youll “nd search preferences that are much more prominent, including a “lter by format option. You will be able to easily place and monitor holds, adjust the text size and lighting options, and return a book you have “nished prior to the due date. Everywhere you turn, Libby will be there to guide you. To get started with using the Libby app for Overdrive eBooks, all you need is your Sarasota County Library card. If you dont have a library card, visit any Sarasota County Library to register. HERE ARE THE LIBRARY EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK:Saturday € Suncoast Writers Guild, 10a.m. € LEGO Club 1:30p.m. Children ages 5 to 12 will have fun getting together with others and sharing ideas, working together, and making new friends. LEGO bricks will be provided. Bring your imagination. LEGO creations will be on display in the library until the next meeting date. Monday € Forty Carrots Partners in Play 10:15a.m. OR 11:45a.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 10:15a.m. Topic: Global Health: Progress and ChallengesŽ € AARP Tax Aide 10:30a.m. Free assistance for federal returns. By appointment only. Schedule your appointment in person at Elsie Quirk Librarys front desk. € Monday Night Movies 5p.m. Contact the library for movie titles. € English for Spanish Speakers/Gratis Clase de Ingles para Hispanohablantes 5:30p.m. Class is for Spanish speakers who want to improve their English skills. Students must be able to speak some basic English. Tuesday € Master Gardener Plant Clinic 10a.m.-noon. Get free answers to Florida gardening and landscape questions. Made possible through a partnership with UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County. For more information, call 941-861-9807 or online at sarasota.ifas.ufl.edu/hort/ plantclinic.shtml. € Englewood Genealogical Society … DNA SIG 10a.m. € Englewood Computer Club 1p.m. € Wireless Windows Laptops for Beginners 2p.m. Bring your Windows laptop and learn hands-on how to navigate to Internet addresses, how to save to a memory stick/flash drive, how to make and save a document, how to organize files and photos into folders. Registration is required and limited to 12 participants. Wednesday € French Conversation Group, 10a.m. € AARP Tax Aide at 10:30a.m. (See above.) € Mongolia 2p.m. Join Dave Bernheisel and Tom Swepston as they speak on Mongolias history, transition and tourism. Sponsored by the Friends of Elsie Quirk Library. € Teen Advisory Board 5:30p.m. For ages 11-18. Join the group and provide input and help with library programs. € Eckankar 6p.m. € Teen Game Night 6:30p.m. For ages 9-18. This is an open invitation for teens and tweens to play video games on our Wii and Xbox 360. Thursday € iPads for Beginners Part 1 10a.m. Learn hands on iPad basics, internet browsing, downloading apps, how to take a photo and more. Registration is required and limited to 10 participants. € Family Storytime 10:30a.m. For ages 0-5. Interact and participate with your child in a variety of early literacy activities that include music, stories, movement, crafts and school readiness activities. Todays theme is Bunnies.Ž € Quirky Knitters 1p.m. € Englewood Peace Initiative Coalition (E.P.I.C.) 3:30p.m. Friday € Grupo de Estudio Espa ol (Spanish Study Group) 10a.m. € AARP Tax Aide at 10:30a.m. (See above.) € Basic Conversational Spanish Class, 11:30a.m. This is a beginners class, for developing basic communication skills in the language. € Spanish Reading Group 3p.m. For those who have taken the beginners class, as well as any others who can read/speak basic Spanish. Email Seor Dan at spanishfaculty@ gmail.comFor more information on library programs, services, and resources visit us at 100 W. Dearborn St., call 941-861-5000, or visit scgov.net.Download the Libby app to navigate at the library Michele Strickland € Community Life Center, 19048 Edgewater Drive, Port Charlotte, 4p.m. to 5:30p.m. every two weeks on Thursdays. For more information, call 941-629-0999. € Discipleship Driven Ministries, 4040 Tamiami Trail (at the end of the U.S.41 Access Road at Gardner Drive), Port Charlotte, 1p.m. to 4p.m. Mondays only. For more information, call 941-764-8458. € First Baptist Church, 459 Gill St., Punta Gorda, 9a.m. to noon Tuesdays. The ministry includes free nonperishable food items and incidentals. For more information, call 941-639-3857. € Harry Chapin Mobile Food Pantry, Sacred Heart Church parking lot, 211 W. Charlotte Ave., Punta Gorda, 10a.m. to noon on the fourth Thursday of each month. Fresh produce and other healthy food; take a bag or box to carry food. € Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 2565 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, 9a.m. to noon on Monday and Wednesday. For more information, call 941-625-5262. € Lutheran Church of the Living Waters, 12475 Chancellor Blvd., Port Charlotte. Free dinner from 4p.m. to 6p.m. the first and third Thursdays of each month. For more information, call 941-625-8090. € Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, 411 E. Charlotte Ave., Punta Gorda. Free hot meals served 10a.m. to noon on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Food pantry hours 10a.m. to 5p.m. on Tuesdays. For more information, call 941-637-7743. € Pilgrim United Church of Christ, 24515 Rampart Blvd., Port Charlotte, 10a.m. to noon on the second and fourth Mondays. For more information, call 941-629-2633 or 941-764-9471. € Praise Tabernacle, 18350 Edgewater Drive, Port Charlotte, 9:30a.m. to 10:30a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Baked goods such as breads, cookies, cakes. Other items by appointment only. For more information, call 941-766-9995. € Salvation Army, 2120 Loveland Blvd., Port Charlotte. 10:30a.m. to noon and 1p.m. to 3p.m., every Wednesday until further notice. For more information, call 941-629-5950, ext. 402. € San Antonio Catholic Church, St. Vincent de Paul Ministry, 24445 Rampart Blvd., Port Charlotte, 9a.m. to noon every Wednesday and Friday to provide food and basic necessities to families in need. For more information, call 941-235-1254. € St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, St. Vincent de Paul Ministry, 21505 Augusta Ave. Port Charlotte, 9a.m. to noon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Providing food and basic necessities for families in need of help. For information call 941-625-9784. € St. James Episcopal Church, 1365 Viscaya Drive, Port Charlotte, 10a.m. to 1p.m. every first and third Friday. Charlotte County residents only. For more information, call 941-627-4000. € The First Presbyterian Church, 2230 Hariet St., Port Charlotte, 9a.m. to 11a.m. the first and third Tuesday and 5p.m. to 7p.m. the second Wednesday of each month. For more information, call 941-625-5045. 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Great neighborhood! $249,500 Call PAT WALKER 941-276-4674 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY LUXURY LIVING ON LEMON BAY ENGLEWOOD GARDENS 1778 BAYSHORE DR, $1,299,500.00 THIS GATED ESTATE ON THE SHORE OF LEMON BAY IS LIKE THREE HOUSES IN ONE! INSPIRED BY BEAU RIVAGE RESORT. WHAT YOU FIND ONCE YOU GET HERE WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO STAY. NANCY HYDE REALTOR PAR SLEY-BALDWIN REALT Y CELL 941.539.9616 Sell It In The Classi“eds! Call (941) 429-3110

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Page 36 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 12OUR TOWN WHEELSLocal artists and craft enthusiasts displayed their work at the recent North Port event Arts on the GreenŽ at the City Center Front Green. The event included on-site demonstrations in a variety of mediums, food and merchandise vendors.Arts on the Green held in North Port Fran Mangino, a nationally recognized watercolor artist, displayed and demonstrated her art. Her work can be seen throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia. SUN PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYAA New Jersey native, now a North Port resident, Kitt Moran, jazz singer and oil artist, performed at the Arts on the Green stag e. Lesley Baber shows o her stained glass craft. Pottery was demonstrated by artist Beth Hornick. Kooper Wheatley, 2, participates coloring on the large community mural displayed at the event. 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 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED DEEP CREEK CONDO$85,500 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. No Flood Insurance Sunpoint Homes Inc. 239-405-3631 NEW CUSTOM HOME!!! 42 MEDALIST ROAD, ROTONDA WEST NEW 3-2-2 WITH SPLIT LAYOUT, OPEN FLOOR PLAN, OVERSIZED 2 CAR GARAGE, LOCATED IN AN XŽ FLOOD ZONE, CiTY SEWER/WATER, GORGEOUS POOL AND CAGE, SPRING DELIVERY $279,900 RELIANCE PROJECT MANAGEMENT, LLC CGC #1512533 CALL TODAY FOR FLOOR PLANS AND YOUR PERSONAL TOUR 941-468-8300 STUNNING WATER VIEWS! PENTHOUSE AT VIVANTE in Punta Gorda Isles 2 bed, 2.5 bath, Garage. Harbor & Lake Views. Jeff Richards SUN Realty 941-875-3366 Private showings ABSOLUTE MUST SEE! PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2 POOL Home. Totally Renovated! 1,458 sf. New Tile Throughout. All Open and Airy. Lots of Privacy $245,900 ELLEN McCARTHY 941-235-5648 RARELY AVAILABLE! HERITAGE OAK PARK-PC3BR, 2BA, 2nd Floor Spacious 1,289 Sq. Ft, A/C Almost Totally Updated Since 2014 Wooded & Tennis Court View Reduced To $149,900 Barb McHenry 941-833-1667 Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty LOOK NO FURTHER! 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 COASTAL CAPE HAZE CONDO STUNNING LUXURY CONDO2B/2BA w/oversized priv garage, supersize priv storage room & full laundry.Totally refurbished! All new stainless appliances, water heater, all new tropical furniture & accessories. Turn key ready to the last detail. Everywhere you look is new! Gated, pool, spa, tennis & pickleball, clubhouse & lots more. Act quickly, only $169,900. Only minutes to beach & bay (just across the street!) 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 $179,000 941-475-1379 IMPECCABLY MAINTAINED! HERITAGE OAK PARK-PC Lakefront 3br/2ba 2nd Floor, Spacious 1,207 Sq. Ft Excellent Condition! One Owner! Carport/Elevator$165,000 Barb McHenry 941-833-1667 Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty Sell It In The Classi“eds! Call (941) 429-3110adno=719392

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 37 13OUR TOWN WHEELS7745 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, Command-Trac Shift-on-the-Fly 4WD, Full Convertible Top, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Speed Control, Sat Radio w/8-Speaker Sound System and Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Fog Lamps, Tilt Steering, Sport Bar with Full Padding, Theft Deterrent & more. #J18444 $26,999 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, 20Ž Polished Alum Wheels, HD Sat Radio w/6-Speakers, Speed Control, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Power Seat/Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Keyless GO, Apple CarPlay/Google Android Capable, 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. 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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. 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Page 38 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 14OUR TOWN WHEELSNORTH PORT „ There are many reasons why the Blue Jays are in “rst place in the North Port Little Leagues major division standings with a 7-1 record. And probably the biggest reason is their pitching. Our pitching has been outstanding,Ž Blue Jays manager Matt Mitchell after his team defeated the Yankees 11-1 in “ve innings Thursday night at the Atwater Community Park. We have used six pitchers this season and theyve all done a great job so far.Ž Against the Yankees, the Blue Jays used two pitchers. Reed Backstrom pitched the “rst three innings and A.J. Haydet pitched the “nal two innings. The Blue Jays jumped to a 4-0 lead after one inning and cruised in from there for the victory. Weve only given up less than two runs a game so far this season,Ž Mitchell. And were probably hitting around .400 as a group. Our defense has also come through big for us.Ž C.J.Kemble, who has also been one of the Blue Jays best pitchers, had two hits and scored three times in the victory. Hunter Balser, another pitcher, had three RBIs in the contest. The Blue Jays will play the Red Sox at 3:15 p.m. today. The Yankees take on the Tigers at 1 p.m. today. In another major division contest Thursday evening, the red hot Rays rolled over the Red Sox 7-0. Jacob Lombard belted a hit and RBI and Logan Robinson added a double and RBI for the winners. The defending champion Rays have won four games and tied one in their last six games. They are now 5-5-1. R.J. Cooper was the starting and winning pitcher for the Rays. He struck out 10 batters and went the distance. Joseph Scott added a hit and RBI for the winners. On Tuesday, the Rays outscored the Tigers 9-4. The Rays are idle today. A.J. Hester and Eli Porinchak pitched for the Red Sox. In minor division action, the Storm took a 9-2 victory over the Bats March 10 to raise their record to 6-0. On Thursday night, the Hot Rods outscored the Scrappers 13-11 and the River Dogs beat the Red Wings 13-6. The River Dogs are also 6-0. The Bats defeated the Bulls 10-7 on Tuesday night. Games are played Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.Pitching does it again for North Port teamBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENT ENGLEWOOD „ It may be March, but theres still plenty of sports action ahead on the scene for Englewoods two middle schools. L.A. Aingers wrestling team opens dual-match play Wednesday, March 21, with a home match against Murdock at 6:30 p.m. Lemon Bay High School head coach Mike Schyck is the Cougars coach. He was a state champion at Lemon Bay and has been a top coach for a number of years. Following the Murdock match, the Cougars will be on the road. They will be at Port Charlotte March 28 and Punta Gorda April 11. All the matches will start at 5:30 p.m. The Charlotte County tournament will be at Charlotte High School April 14. The competition will begin at 10 a.m. Ainger took third in the county tournament last season. Punta Gorda won and Port Charlotte was second. Murdock “nished in fourth place. The Charlotte County middle school track meet will be May 12 at Charlotte High School, starting at 9 a.m. Ainger won the boys championship last year and the girls “nished second. Englewood Sky Storm will have three sports this spring, softball, golf and tennis. The seasons will start later this month or in April. The Storm “nished second in the Florida Sun Coast League tournament last season.Plenty of middle school sports action aheadBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENTENGLEWOOD „ Its March, which means it was time for tennis players to take over the courts of the Englewood Recreation Center Park on Orange Street for the annual Mixed Up Doubles Tournament. Players competed for the better part of the week, beginning with the “rst round March 6 and “nishing up Friday, March 9, with the “nals and a potluck cookout lunch and awards presentation.Mixed Up Doubles light up Englewood park Sawyer Marcel and playing partner May Ellen Pfeifer, center, after committee members Tom Hoghton, left, and his wife Agnes presented the trophies. SUN PHOTOS BY SANDY MACYSMay Ellen Pfeifer forehands a shot during seminal tennis action. A large gallery watches the nals. Peter Weatherhead forehands the ball. Left: Ed Webb cooks up the hot dogs during a potluck lunch at Orange Street Park after the tennis tournament. A host of people participate during a potluck lunch at Orange Street Park after the tennis tournament. Marcel Sawyer serves up the ball. 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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 39 15 NORTH PORT „ The Huskies and Mustangs youth football organizations start the spring tackle seasons Saturday. The Huskies will play home games for the “rst time in two years at the new Butler Park “eld. It looks really nice,Ž said Huskies athletic director Kevin Palmer. Well have some new seats, and it should be at least as good as before.Ž The Huskies will take on the Fair Oaks Rattlers for the 8-year old and under, 10-under and 12-under games, They will take on the Storm in the 14-under division. The “rst game (8-under) will start around 9 a.m. There will be four regular-season games (for each division) plus the playoffs. The Huskies also will host their second Saturday of games, March 24. The North Port Youth Athletic Club Mustangs will be at Port Charlotte, with the “rst game starting around 8:30 a.m. They will play two games in each division (against other opponents) for four Saturdays, for a total of eight games. The Mustangs will have teams in the varsity, pee wee, junior pee wee, mitey mites and tiny mites divisions. Following the two spring tackle seasons, the North Port Youth Athletic Club will have a combine to select players for its ”ag football season. The “rst games will start April 22. There will be several age divisions for the season followed by the playoffs.Huskies, Mustangs begin spring seasonsBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENT NORTH PORT „ Corbett ended up alone at the top of the North Port Youth Basketball Inc. 14-18-year old division standings at the end of the regular season Saturday at the Morgan Family Center. Corbett defeated Bieniek, 51-38, in a battle of “rst place teams to raise its record to 7-1. Bieniek and Nilsson, which defeated Tower, 49-27, on Saturday, are tied for second place with 6-2 records. Corbett scored 450 points and allowed 365 points. Bieniek tallied 423 and gave up 357. The league playoffs begins Saturday and will last for three Saturdays. In the 12-13 division action, Mendez and Mackey “nished in a tight battle for “rst place, both teams having 7-1 record and four games ahead of their nearest opponents. Mackey battled to a 43-36 victory over Rassbach. Nicholas Black led the winners with 21 points. Nick has led us in scoring all season,Ž said Mackey coach Bob Mackey. We played well. We beat Mendez when we played them.Ž Mendez “nished the regular season with an easy 64-20 victory over Cheeseman. Mendez scored 461 points and allowed 299 in the regular season. Mackey scored 340 points and gave up 267. Killian ended up “rst in the 10-11 division with an 8-0 record. They rolled past Baker, 61-33, on Saturday. Metts “nished second with a 6-2 record and Marty third at 5-3. Metts beat Bieniek 32-13 and Marty topped Salisbury 42-35. Davidson ended “rst in the 8-9 division with a 7-1 record and Rassbach was second at 6-2. Davidson defeated Hurley 54-8 and Rassbach topped Maurer 38-16.Corbett wins division regular-season crownBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENT PORT CHARLOTTE „ North Charlotte Regional Park was the site of two recent Imagine Middle School soccer matches. The Imagine Middle School girls soccer team defeated Sarasota Military Academy, 2-1. The Imagine girls are coach by Dennis Leach. The Imagine Middle School Boys Soccer squad lost, 2-1, to the Sarasota Military Academy. The Imagine boys team is coach by Ryan Alvarez with assistant coach Justin Prosak.Imagine boys, girls teams split soccer matches Marlon Ramos, eighth-grader at Imagine, battles for control of the ball. SUN PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYATop Right: Imagine eighthgrader Nick Volack defeats the SMA defense and maintains possession of the ball during a recent match. Right: Imagine Isabelle Harris, a seventh-grader, passes the ball at mideld to Mia Pavesic, eight-grader, during a recent match against SMA. Mia Pavesic, eighth-grader, ghts with a SMA player to keep possession of the ball. PORT CHARLOTTE „ The North Port Fusion U-17 boys visited the Charlotte Premier squad at the North Charlotte Regional Park recently for a match. Charlotte Premier, made up of teens from Port Charlotte and Punta Gorda, downed the Fusion squad made up of North Port and Englewood students. The “nal score of the match was 5-1. Charlotte Premier bests Fusion Soccer team Troy Ruiz, forward for Fusion, challenges Charlotte Premier defender Werner Mendia. Charlotte Premier James Byrne and Fusion Mark Al-Arnasi go for the header. 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Page 40 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 16OUR TOWN WHEELS TODAY PRAS Walkabout 3/17, Bird Walk 7am Sat Babcock Webb WMA Tuckers Grade PG www. peaceriveraudubon.org or Dave 586-214-0203 free all welcome Outdoor Market, American Legion Post 103 Sat & Sun 8-2 Tackle, Avon, Plants, Trees, Herbs, Books, Boots, Food 2101 Taylor Rd.626-2569 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; Mon 9a-2p & 3-7p, Tue thru Sat 9a-2p, until 14 Apr. Stop in for appointment. Garden Club PlantSale, Club Plant Sale Event Ctr 2530 Harbour Dr 33983, 9am-noon Sat Mar 17 Bromeliads & florida friendly plants 218-390-4828 Punta Gorda Elks, 9am CBOD Mtg;11-2 Lunch; 1pmTiki; 5-8 Dinner; 6pmQnHrt;6-10 St.PatParty; 6:30-9:30 Mus/TidalWave @25538 Shore PG 637-2606; mbrs&gsts Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645 corn beef & cabbage $11 12-8 open to public. bingo 11-1:30. S&H 4-? 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. Lunch 11-2:30. Corned beef and cabbage plate or sandwich. Tickets for dinner are sold out. 941-249-8067. Irish Celebration, St. Patricks Day Celebration, music, bag pipers, 12 noon-9 pm at Fishermens Village. 639-8721 St Patricks Party, Bandana band 2-5 pm Amer Legion Post 110, 3152 Harbor Blvd Port Charlotte, 941-629-7442 Restaurant Open to Public Port Charlotte Elks, St Patricks Day Party 5, Corned Beef/ Cabbage Pot Luck, Kane Dog & The Tribesmen, 1700 Tamiami Tr F3, Murdock, Fl, 629-4545 St.Pats.Dinr/Dance, Post #113,Rotonda W..5:00 corned beef dinner-7-10:00 music/ dancing..$15 p.p. Open to Public! Call 697-3616 reser.info. St. Pattys dinner, Italian heritage club 6 pm 118 sullivan st. PG. Corned beef & cabbage potato sal. des. bev.byob rsvp 941-235-3303 DJ Don&Jo Shamrock Sock Hop, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. $15, Dance to Music of the 50s & 60s with the Goldtones. Sock-Hop attire inspired. St. Patricks Day, Rock n Dayz 7-10 pm Amer Legion Post 110, 3152 Harbor Blvd Port Charlotte 629-7442 Restaurant open until 8 pm SUNDAY Outdoor Market, American Legion Post 103 Sun 8-2 Tackle, Avon, Produce, Plants, Trees, Herbs, Books, Boots, more 2101 Taylor Rd 626-2569 Open Air Market, Open Air Market 9-1, 501 Shreve St., Punta Gorda. Produce, variety of food, clothing & crafts. Live Music 941.391.4856 Chess Club, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. Only 50 cents an hour. Cultural Center MembersPLUS free. Everyone welcomed 941-625-4175. Prime Rib Dinner, Cultural TODAY 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 Rotonda Elks, Rotonda Elks corn hole at American Legion 3/17 Sign in 12:30, game starts 1pm. $2 per game. All invited. Play for fun! St Pats Dinner, Corned beef and cabbage $10 1-7 PM Vincent Entertains 4-7PM Englewood VFW 550 N McCall Rd Lego Club, Third Sat 1:30 pm Elsie Quirk Library 100 W Dearborn St. 861-5000. Kids ages 5 & up create with Library provided LEGOs Lions St Pats Dinner, Corned Beef,Cabbage,Red Potatoes,Carrots, Dessert, Beverage. 4-7pm 4611 Placida Rd $13 Call 698-7508 for reservations. St Patricks Days, Rotonda Elks Corned Beef Dinner.Need ticket for dinner. Drop in to enjoy TAT2 7-10pm. Members & guests. Spaghetti Supper, Spaghetti & Meatball Dinner. Salad, desert & drink for $8 donation. 265 Pine ST. 5 7 pm 941-525-7212 St. Pats.Dinr/Dance, Post #113,Rotonda W..5:00 corned beef dinner-7-10:00 music/dancing..$15 p.p.-Open to Public! Call 697-3616 reser./info. Karaoke Night, Come and Sing!! Karaoke starts at 6:30pm. American Legion 113, 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda Dance W/Dick & Kammy, St. Pattys Day with Dick & Kammy @ Holiday Estates I&II, 1445 Seagull, Engwd. 7:30-10:30pm $8 BYOB 941-475-2029 SUNDAY 3rd Annual Car Show, Join our community as we help support our local Englewood Fire Fighter Benevolent Association. Food and drinks provided. Broasted Chicken, Lodge opens at noon. Broasted Chicken dinner 2-4pm. Take out or eat in. Rotonda Elks, members and guests. Bingo Fundraiser, LBWC Bingo @ Englewood Elks, 1:00-3:00 $20-pack cards, Raffles & prizes. Open @ Noon, Benefits High School Scholarships Charity Bingo, LBWC Bingo @ Englewood Elks, 1:00-3:00 $20-pack cards, Raffles & prizes. Open @ Noon, Benefits High School Scholarships Baked Chicken Dinner, $6, 4 6 PM Sun March 18 Dine in or Carry Out VFW Aux 550 N McCall Rd. Public Welcom Ballroom Classes, Every Monday thru April 4, 4:00 5:00 Beginner/Intermediate Class Englewood Sports Complex for info call 941-496-9692 Musical Fundraiser, Fundraiser musical event and pot luck; 4pm 8pm; RCA artist Phil Festa featured, with The AGE Band; $25; 603-558-8394 Bar Bingo, Bar Bingo starts at 6:30pm, Get Lucky!! Am. Legion 113, 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda MONDAY Crafting, Help us to craft items; bring lunch, we supply dessert at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St. 9:30-12:30 493-6072 CHARLOTTE EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS Book Signing Event, Author Cheryl Karpen, will be at The Shipping Post 3941 Tamiami Trail #3157 Punta Gorda Monday, March 19th 10 AM 2 PM to sign copies of her best selling gift books, Eat Your Peas. 941.639.8883 Lions St Pats Dinner, The Englewood Lions are hosting a Corned Beef Dinner on Saturday, March 17 4-7 pm at the Lions Club House, 4611 Placida Rd. Dinner will be corned beef, cabbage, red potatoes, carrots, rye bread, dessert and a beverage. Take out available. Tickets are $13. Reservations available, call 698-7508. Featured Event Featured EventPAID ADVERTISEMENT PAID ADVERTISEMENT 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. TODAY Harbor Cove Art Show, 9-12 605 Blackburn Blvd. Paintings, quilts, woodcarving, stained glass by Harbor Cove artists. Raffles 11:30 240-5465 Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 AMVETS 2000 Euchre, Euchre 11:30-3:30pm $10 entre fee Lunch available Birdie Lee @ 7:30pm 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 AMVETS 312 Dinner, Corned Beef Dinner $10 1-7 til gone. Music 1-5 & 6-9 Door Prizes Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 North Port Moose, Corned beef and cabbage served from 11 to 8 for $8! Music by the Rock a Dials from 6 to 9!, 14156 Tamiami trl NP AMVETS 2000 Dinner, St. Patricks Dinner 2-6pm carry outs available entertainment by Birdie Lee @ 7:30pm 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 Port Charlotte Elks, St Patricks Day Party 5, Corned Beef Cabbage Pot Luck, Kane Dog & The Tribesmen, 1700 Tamiami Tr F3, Murdock, FL, 629-4545 SUNDAY AMVETS 2000 Special, Best Breakfast in Town Large menu to choose from only $7 Incl/bev 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 AMVETS 312 Breakfast, 8:30-11:00 Great selection $7.00 $1.00 Bloody Marys Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 Port Charlotte Elks, Charity Bingo Doors Open 12 Noon, Members & Guests, 1700 Tamiami Trial F3, Murdock, FL, 629-4545 North Port Moose, Sunday Funday! Nascar on TV with brats and burgers from 12 to 4!, 14156 Tamiami trl NP SOA Fry & Grill Day, Relax & enjoy, Sons will do the cooking a large menu to choose from 1-5pm 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 Writers on the Air, Common Grounds Meeting Hall, 12735 US41 Local poets and writers sign up 2:30 Public Welcome! FREE 3:00 941-223-1262 MONDAY Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 AM NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Join Brenda for a good workout & feel good Free Tax Help, 9am-1pm, every Monday, AARP Tax-Aide, Holiday Park Rec. Center, Phase 1 Rec. Hall, Tuscola Blvd., NP Mahjong, 9 am-12:30 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Learn a new game. Not sure? Come watch how its done. Duplicate Bridge, $3/ person 12:30-4:30 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd Ella 429-8958 If regular bridge is boring you try this. North Port Moose, Queen is at 6! Dinner special is stuffed cabbage rolls or wings, 14156 Tamiami trl NP Rummikub, 1-4 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Like cards but not holding them? This is played with tiles. Port Charlotte Elks, Monday Discount Day, Visit with Members & Guests, Open 3 to 7:30, 1700 Tamiami Trail F3, Murdock, Fl, 629-4545 AMVETS 2000, Monthly Committee Meeting @ 5pm Members be in attendance 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 AMVETS 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Mexican Monday $2 Margaritas Great food Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Bl NP 941-429-5403 Free Easter Basket, Adults come, only 6-8pm; 1 per child; EU Methodist Office Rm 103, 700 E. Dearborn; 473-4133; www. englewoodumc.net TUESDAY Mens Fellowship, Gulf Cove Methodist Men meet 1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 8am, at Perkins, 6001 S. Salford, North Port. 697-1747 Scrabble, 9:30-11:30 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Even if your not that good, its still fun. Come Play. Mahjong, 10 am-2 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Learn a new game. Not sure? Come watch how its done. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESThe Charlotte County area has a wide range of volunteer opportunities. Contact one of the following organizations to see how you can get involved and give back to the community. € Animal Welfare League: Volunteers needed as dog walkers, cat cuddlers, kennel (dog/ cat) cleaners, laundry help, gardening, clerical, assisting at adoption and fundraising events, outreach program, pet therapy and fostering an animal until they are ready to return to the shelter for adoption. All volunteer opportunities and requirements are listed at www.awlshelter. org. For more information, call 941-625-6720. € Boys & Girls Clubs: Volunteers to assist staff in all programming areas both in Port Charlotte and Englewood. Speci“c areas of opportunity are homework, academic tutoring, cooking, mentoring, arts, computer technology and “tness. For more information, contact Jessica Anderson at 941-235-2472 or janderson@bgocfcc.org. € Center for Abuse and Rape Emergencies: Volunteers are an essential part of C.A.R.E., assisting victims of crimes, answering hotline calls, conducting hospital responses, and in fundraising endeavours. If interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact 941-639-5499 for more information. € Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce: Looking for volunteers in the Port Charlotte Of“ce, located at 2702 Tamiami Trail. Our volunteers help with mailing, answer the phones, and greet newcomers and visitors to the area. Interested, but want to learn more? Or maybe just give it a trial run for a couple of hours? Call Janet at 941-627-2222. € Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity: Volunteers needed in a variety of areas. For more information on any volunteer opportunities, call Brenda at 941-639-3162. € Charlotte County Historical Center and Society: Volunteers to help bring history to lifeŽ in the community. Discover local and state history; living history presentations; educational programs for all ages; archive assistants; research; of“ce administration and historical geocaching and questing. For more information, call 941-629-7278 or email crystal.diff@ charlottecounty”.gov. € Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center: Volunteers to perform tasks such as of“ce desk coverage, narrating boat trips, guiding exhibits (example: Clyde Butcher photography), representation at local events and festivals, youth education, wading trip assistance and many other exciting duties. Contact the volunteer coordinator at 941-575-5435. Stephen and Redenta PicazioGOLD SPONSORS Purchase TicketsAvailable online at SCF-Foundation.org. Call the SCF Foundation at 941-752-5390.Visit a ticket outlet (cash or check only)Venice: Synovus Bank, Centennial Bank, Premier Sothebys International Realty, Puttin on the Ritz Salon, SCF Venice Cashier-Bldg. 100 Englewood: Centennial Bank, Key Agency North Port: Key AgencySILVER SPONSORS Doctors Hospital of Sarasota & Englewood Community Hospital l Premier Community Bank BRONZE SPONSORS Atlas Building Company l Caldwell Trust Company l Farr Law Firm l First Physicians Group l 1st Source Bank Key Agency l Jennifer Michell l Mark & Alix Morin l Pinkerton Wealth Management l Sarasota County Sheriffs Office Sharkys On The Pier l Weichel Fuller Mathis Financial/Northwestern Mutual l West Villages Florida FIREWORKS SPONSOREdmund & Elizabeth Campbell FoundationSYMPHONY SPONSORJoin us as we celebrate 30 years of Evening Under The Stars. Great food, music, and fireworks!Saturday, April 7, 2018, 6 p.m.Rain date Sunday, April 8, 2018State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota 8000 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL 34293Featuring e Venice Symphony and e SCF Big Band PLATINUM SPONSORGeneral Admission $20 General Admission in advance $25 at gateChildren under 10 free.$30 Reserved General AdmissionBring your chairs/coolers to campus between noon and 2 p.m. the day of the event and set up in the reserved seating area. adno=54530055adno=54529601 TAKE EXTRA 10% OFF SALE PRICE ALMOST EVERYTHING! Great Leasing Options Available LEASE TODAY TAKE IT HOME TODAY SUN 18TH MON 19TH TUE 20TH FAMILY & FRIENDS 455 S. Indiana Ave941-473-7777of EnglewoodOnly at

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 41 17CLASSIFIEDS 1000REAL ESTATEWe Are Pledged To The Letter And Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achievement Of Equal Housing Opportunity Throughout The Nation. We Encourage And Support An Affirmative Advertising And Marketing Program In Which there Are No Barriers To Obtaining Housing Because of Race, Color, Religion, Sec, Handicap, Familial Status Or National Origin.Ž REAL EST A TE 1010 16501010Open House 1015 Real Estate Auctions 1020Homes/General For Sale 1030Waterfront Homes For Sale 1031 Foreclosures For Sale 1035 Golf Course Community For Sale 1040Condos/Villas For Sal e 1060Townhouses For Sale 1070Duplexes For Sale 1075Tri-Plex For Sale 1080Apartments For Sale 1090Mobile Homes For Sal e 1100Interval Ownership 1100 Out of Area Homes For Sale 1115Trade/Exchange 1120Wanted To Buy RENT 1205 Lease Option 1210 Homes 1240Condos/Villas 1280 Townhouses 1300Duplexes 1320Apartments 1330Hotel/Motel 1340Mobile Homes 1345Misc. 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Kim Grams Key Realty One 941-875-1173 OPEN BY APPOINTMENT 356 SEA GRAPE RD VENICE LOVELY2BR/2BAHOMEWITH2 CARGARAGE, LARGE SCREENEDINSUNROOMONLY$189,900Debra Villari 609-458-4627Berkshire Hathaway GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 67 OAKLAND HILLS CT ROTONDA WEST 33947 OPEN SATURDAY NOON-4One 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 1010 OPEN HOUSE LAKE SUZY SAT., 3/17, 11AM…3PM 12614 SW SHERI AVE. $276,900. 176 FT of lakefront waterfront. Ceramic styled screened Florida room. Open floor plan. Many upgrades. Wood flooring. John Mitana 941-268-0776 PORT CHARLOTTE SUN., 3/18, 11AM…4PM 7415 TREADWAY RD. $330,000. This beautiful home is a collaboration of Community builders & Charlotte Technical College students. Blending modern design w/functional features. Michael Levesque 941-214-0107 SAT., 3/17, 12PM…4PM 1681 BRITANNIA BLVD. $229,900. Excellent Bristol floor plan w/fabulous Golf course view. Kings Gate is a premier resort style living community. Stephen Jones 941-456-4962 P UNTA GORDA SUN., 3/18, 11AM…2PM 5040 LA COSTA ISLAND CT. $795,000. Elegant designer waterfront home w/100 seawall. Fabulous kit w/gas cooktop pot filler, farm sink, lg island, quartz counters. Too much to mention, come see this home! Kayla Weiss 941-268-4423 SAT., 3/17, 11AM…4PM SUN., 3/18, 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 wond erful home today! Jonathan Miller239-362-6006 SAT., 3/17, 11AM…3PM SUN., 3/18, 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 for you to move right in. Arthur Destefano 314-609-0657 SAT., 3/17, 1PM…4PM SUN., 3/18, 1PM…4PM 3313 SUNSET KEY CIR. #107 $282,400. 2 bed, 2 bath best price in the Towers. Private gated patio, close to all amenities. Call John Gruca for access 941-676-2665 Lisa Wargo863-529-3736 SUN., 3/18, 12PM…3PM 3830 BAL HARBOR BLVD #2 1 $265,000. 2/2/2 beautifully updated inside & out. Solid wood cab. In kit w/granite counters, Glass backsplash, & granite breakfast tbl. Diana Hayes941-740-4899 SUN., 3/18, 12PM…3PM 3245 PURPLE MARTIN DR #1 $182,900. 2/2 waterfront condo w/assigned dock, sailboat access, pretty water view & Low maintenance fees. Lena Veit941-740-3018 CLASSIFIED ADSSELL 68 OAKLAND HILLS CT ROTONDA WEST 33947 OPEN BY APPT.Classic Florida Golf-Course Pool Home 3 Bed 2 Bath 2 Car Garage located along the 3rd fairway of Rotonda Hills Course on a quiet cul-de-sac street. Updated and well maintained. Offered @ $219,500 byFLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 OPEN SUN 1-4PM 6952 PAN AMERICAN BLVD REDUCED TO $549,900 CUSTOM BUILT ESTATE 3100SQFT. 4BREDROOMS3 BATH, WITHJUNIORSUITEDOCK& BOATLIFTONTHEMYAKAHUTCHRIVER. NOBRIDGESTOGULF, ALLSOLID HARDWOODFLOORS, HEATED INGROUNDPOOLWITHSPA, Debra Villari 609-458-4627Berkshire Hathaway 1010 OPEN HOUSE ENGLEWOOD SAT., 3/17, 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! Jeffrey Ament941-539-2338 SUN., 3/18, 1PM…4PM 10821 TROPHY DR. $429,900. Custom designed, gourmet kit. Pkg. saltwater heated pool, lg lanai w/ view of lake. Tons of fantastic features. Jeffrey Ament941-539-2338 SUN., 3/18, 1PM…4PM 19 GOLF V IEW DR. $345,304. Elegant, Georgian style custom home, turnkey furnished. Expansive views of Golf course located in premier Boca Royale Golf Course. Allan Craig941-303-3876 SUN., 3/18, 12:30PM…3PM 298 W. WENTWORTH $297,000. Art district charmer! Over 2200 sq ft on oversized lot. Ideal split BR floor plan, close to rec center, Old Englewood Village, restaurants & parks. Patricia Upp-Miller 810-691-0692 ROTONDA WE ST SUN., 3/18, 12PM…3PM 513 ROTONDA CIRCLE $237,000. Well cared for family home on fresh water canal, move in condition. Split floor plan, open kitchen family room. Dorothy LivecchI 941-286-6340 NORTH PORT SUN., 3/18, 11AM…2PM 1781 MOSSY OAK $249,000. 3/2/2 in desirable villas at Charleston Park. Spacious, open fl plan, kit w/plenty of counter top space. Private lanai. Edna DiNofa570-590-2135 SUN., 3/18, 11AM…3PM 2980 ALWOOD ST. $247,000. Nestled on a quiet acre lot, surrounded by wooded views, sprawling floor plan, upgraded MSTR bath, LR, DR & FR open to kit. Mary Oliveri 941-525-4042 NEEDCASH? HaveAGarage Sale! 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 FIVE STAR REALTY OPEN HOUSEStop by Five Star Realty to pick up a home tour flyer with directions.ŽSUNDAY 3/18/2018: 25142 Palisade Road, Punta Gorda, FL 33983, 12:00PM-3:00PM 3640 Bal Harbor Blvd #534, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 1780 Deborah Drive #19, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 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 SAT. 12-3 5480 White Ibis Dr. 2/2 with Den & view of 2nd hole of Heron Creek Golf & CC. Newly Remodeled Kitchen with open plan. Golf Course membership included. $359,900 Bruce Henry 941-628-3200 BHHS Florida Realty Happy St. Pattys Day! 1010 OPEN HOUSE NORTH PORT SUN. 1-4PM 5863 S Cranberry Blvd., 3/2/2 Poolon Fr eshwater canal w/dock. Split plan w/Great Room Concept. $234,000 MINDY BUCKLEY, Bishop West Real Estate 941-468-1118 CLASSIFIED WORKS! OPEN SAT-SUN 11-4 9902 Gulfstream Blvd Englewood. 2/2/2 Newly Remodeled, Granite, S/S Appliances, New Carpet. Open Concept Floor plan. Updated Roof, Move-in Ready! $195,900 516-203-6486 OPEN SUN 1-4PM WOODMERE AT JACARANDA VENICE 3730 CADBURYCIR. VENICEUNITS REDUCED TO SELL #324 TO274,900 2100 SQFT3 BEDROOM21/2 BATHCONDOW/WOOD FLOORINGTHRUOUTTHEUNIT#306 TO153,000 DESIRABLETURNKEYUNITŽW/BALCONYANDEXTRADIN-INGROOMAREA. GREATFORASNOWBIRDOREMPTYNESTER. FEESINCLUDE: WATER, SEWER, BASICCABLE, BLDG.INSURANCE, AND2X A YEARAC MAINTENANCE. GATED55 RETIREMENTCOM-MUNITYWITHELEVATORS ANDSOCIALMEET& GREETS. CLUBMEMBERSHIP, ISOP-TIONALMAKEYOURAPTTO SEETODAY, CALLDEBRAA VILLARIPLLC AT941-207-5057Berkshire Hathaway OPEN SUN. 12PM-4PM VENICEON THE ISLAND 153 Vista Rd. Immaculate 1/1, $290./mo. Lot Rent, 55+, $42K obo (317)-750-4022 OPEN SUN. 1PM-4PM 1350 Maseno Dr. Venice. 2/2/2 + Den, 1602 sf, Lanai. Beautiful Attached Villa in Venetian Falls. Many Amenities! $279,900 Nancy Bober, Venice Real Estate Co. (941)-416-3066 Open Sunday 1PM-4PM 141 Avens Dr. Nokomis, FL 3BR, 2BA Lakefront built in 2016. Extensive tile, wood cabinets, granite, stainless appliances, hurricane shutters. Gated community. $349,000 KAREN GEIGERColdwell Banker941-928-8889 PORT CHARLOTTE SUN.12-4 114 Graham St SW Waterfront 3bd/3ba oversized garage, Dock, Boat Lift, Pool. $489,900 Curt Cooke Generous Property Inc. 941-232-1899 Resort Style 55+ Community OPEN HOUSE WED 10-2P 27110 Jones Loop, PG Preview our homes @ www.venturalakes.net 941-575-6220 VENICE WOODMERE LAKES Waterfront View From The Front Door! OPEN SUN 1-4, 4107 HEMINGWAYDRIVE, SPACIOUS2241 SF, 3BR /2B /2CG. RE-PLUMBED, NEW4-TONA/C & WATERHEATER. REMODELEDKIT. & ROMANSHOWER. 1 YRHOMEWARR. $308,000 941-928-0902 1010 OPEN HOUSE SAT., 03/17/18 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., 03/18/18 1-4PM 1255 Tarpon Center Dr. #702, Venice Spectacular Gulf & Bay Views from this 2/2 Condo with 2 Balconies. $450,000 Carole Fanelli, REALTOR 941-441-5671 SUN., 03/18/18 1-4PM 1445 Maseno in Venetian Falls, Venice Villa with Lake views, Gated Community, 2/2/2 Plus Bonus Room, Enclosed Patio $314,900 Michael Bell, REALTOR 941-303-3608 SUN., 03/18/18 1PM-3PM 629 Alhambra Rd #901 Venice. Immaculate, updated 2/2 condo in premier beachfront Venice Island community. $559,000 Mike Saur, REALTOR 281-615-8993 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE FSBO Port Charlotte Spacious 4BR/2BATH ranch features vaulted ceilings, ceiling fans, tile & laminate floors. Separate granny suite w/private entrance and full kitchen. All rooms cable ready. Shown by appt. only. 941-966-3335 $194,500 SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, OR LOT? WE CAN HELP YOU. 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Quiet street $185,000 By Owner 815-505-8597 PARADISE PARKONEONLYHASTOEXPERIENCE ONEOFTHEMANYGREAT ACTIVITIESINANDAROUNDPUNTAGORDATOHAVE CONSIDEREDHOWNICEIT WOULDBETOSPENDMORE THANASHORTVISIT. WEHERE ATPARADISEPARKCONDOASSOCIATION, A20 MINUTE RIDETODOWNTOWNPUNTAGORDA, HAVEBEENABLETO ESCAPETHENORTHERN WINTERSANDENJOYTHE AREASACTIVITIESBYOWNING OUROWNCONDOSFOR$2KAYEARPLUSELECTRICITY. SEVERALLONG-TERMRESIDENTS WILLNOTBEABLETORETURN NEXTYEAR. SO, WEARE ADVER TISINGAN-END-OF-SEASONSALE. THEPRICES RANGEFROM$28K TO$41KFORTOTALLYFURNISHEDAIRSTREAMCONDOS. ANYIN-TEREST/QUESTIONSCHECKOUT THEPARADISEPARKWEBSITE:HTTP://WWW.PARADISEPARK.US ANDTHENCALLMACAT(412) 554-1190. H.L. MCMURTRIE ENTERPRISES LLC, ET AL. 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 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES 1778 BAYSHORE DR. $1,299,500.00 GATEDESTATEONLEMONBAY ISLIKETHREEHOUSESINONE! INSPIREDBYBEAURIVAGERESORT. WHATYOUFINDONCE YOUGETHEREWILLMAKEYOU WANTTOSTAY. NANCYHYDE PARSLEY-BALDWINREALTYCELL941.539.9616 F i n d y o u r B e s t F r i e n d i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s 1778 BAYSHORE DR. $1,299,500.00 GATEDESTATEONLEMONBAY ISLIKETHREEHOUSESINONE! INSPIREDBYBEAURIVAGERESORT. WHATYOUFINDONCE YOUGETHEREWILLMAKEYOU WANTTOSTAY. NANCYHYDE PARSLEY-BALDWINREALTYCELL941.539.9616 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

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Page 42 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 18CLASSIFIEDS 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES PUNTA GORDA 3/2/2 FOR SALE BY OWNERLowest price Burnt Store Isles Waterfront HouseSolar heated pool, Dock/lift, Vacant, Super street $449,000 732-666-8566 T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! ROTONDA 3/2/2 Waterfront home with large fenced in yard. Furniture and Appliances included. By Owner $189,900 941-662-6250 1040 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR SALE COASTAL CAPE HAZE LUXURY CONDO STUNNING2B/2BA W/OVERSIZEDPRIVGARAGE,SUPER-SIZEPRIVSTORAGE ROOM& FULLLAUNDRY. TOTALLYREFURBISHED! ALLNEWSTAINLESSAPPLI-ANCES, WATERHEATER, ALL NEWTROPICALFURNITURE&ACCESSORIES. TURNKEY READYTOTHELASTDETAIL. EVERYWHEREYOULOOKISNEW! GATED, POOL, SPA,TENNIS& PICKLEBALL, CLUBHOUSE& LOTSMORE. ACTQUICKLY, ONLY$169,900. ONLYMINUTESTOBEACH&BAY(JUSTACROSSTHE STREET!) 941-769-0200 HERITAGE LAKE PARK-PG 3/2/2-LAKEFRONTVIEWSPACIOUS1,890 SQ.FTLOTSOFUPGRADESREDUCEDTO$224,900 BARBMCHENRY941-833-1667COLDWELLBANKERSUNSTARREALTY GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! N O RTH S H O RE CO ND O AT KINGSWAY2bd/2ba Unit 106, excellent condition, fully furnished Please call for deatails 603-753-2527 PRIVATE WINTER GET-AWAY RENTTHISLIKENEWŽ VERY LARGE, 2 BED/2 BATHPRIVATE HOME. BEAUTIFULLYAPPOINTED ANDTURN-KEY. HEATEDPOOL. CAPEHAZEAREAJUSTMINUTES TOBOCAGRANDE. SOCLOSETO MANYBEACHES& BAY. BRINGYOUR BOAT. PRIVATEGARAGE. LARGE DECKW/LAKEVIEW. RENTINGOCTOBER2018 THROUGHMARCH2019. ALSOAVAILABLETOPURCHASE.CALL941-769-0200 To Advertise in The Showcase of Homes Please Call 866-463-1638 or Email; special@sunnewspapers.net VENICE ISLAND CONDO OPEN BY APT. 250 Santa Maria St #121C Bright, Sparkling First Floor Corner unit on ICW. 2br/2ba, extended Living rm, Addl. 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Ted 800-538-2590 www.arcadiavillage.com $49,900!!! Wow Better hurry if you want a great deal in beautiful Riverside Oaks. Owner says sell it now!Ž Nice 2/2 1200 sq ft sectional all appliances. Too many options to mention! Call Kathy today to see this rare find! 941-626-6821 www.riversideoaksflorida.com NEW 3/2 DblWide Delivered & Set-Up on Your Lot w/ Skirting, Steps & Air! Only $55,995. + Tax. Financing For ALL Credit Scores Avail! Prestige Homes, Punta Gorda 941-637-1122 P O RT C HARL O TTE HARBOR LAKESlake front A grand view at Lot 28! 1br, Washer & dryer. Lg. Storage room and Scr. Porch FOR SALE BY OWNER 330-5568464 or 941-624-5305 PURCHASE A NEW HOME AND PAY $99/MONTH LOT RENT FOR YOUR FIRST YEAR PLUS A FREE SCREENED IN PORCH! 55+ COMM. W/ AMENITIES! 701 AQUIESTADRPUNTAGORDA, 33950 BUTTONWOODVILLAGE.COM941-212-1516 1210 HOMES FOR RENT NEED A RENTAL Paradise Properties & Rentals, Inc 941-625-RENT P O RT C HARL O TTE UNFUR-NISHED. LG. SAILBOATCANALHOME. NEWSEAWALL& DOCK. 3/2/2 OPENFLOORPLAN, SUNROOM. LGWALK-INCLOSETS. ALLAPPLIANCES, BONUSRM. $1,650/MONOPETS941-629-4557 8AM-8PM 1240 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR RENT P O RT C HARL O TTE 2 / 2 No Pets. Avail. 2/1 $850/Mo. Water incl. 1st, Last, Sec. 941-380-9212 VENICE ISLAND3-4 OFFICES + PRIV. BATHGROUND LEVEL 1000sf $1350/mo Call 941-587-7828 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT NORTH PORTWARMMINERALSPRINGS1 or 2 Bedroom, Furn. All Incl. No Smoke/No Pets. 305-206-3058 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 1350 EFFICIENCIES FOR RENT HARBOUR HEIGHTS c l ose to river, newly renovated efficiencies w cable & internet, Sunny brookMotel 941-625-6400 1390 VACATION/ SEASONAL RENTALS HACIENDA DEL MARTHE BEST & MOST EXCLUSIVE WATERFRONT VACATION CONDO CAPE HAZE/PLACIDA GATED5-STARRESORTSTYLE LIVING. ABSOLUTELYLIKENEW,VERYLARGE1,963 SF, 2 BED/2.5BATHS, MINUTESTOBOCA DESIGNERTURN-KEYFURNISHED. FULLLAUNDRY, GARAGE, HEATED POOL, TENNIS, FITNESS& MORE. CALLFORFREEBROCHURE. PET POSS. A VAIL : N OV -D EC 2018 & A PRIL & M AY 2019 CALL813-293-2392 PRIVATE WINTER GET-AWAY RENTTHISLIKENEWŽ VERY LARGE, 2 BED/2 BATHPRIVATE HOME. BEAUTIFULLYAPPOINTED ANDTURN-KEY. HEATEDPOOL. CAPEHAZEAREAJUSTMINUTES TOBOCAGRANDE. SOCLOSETO MANYBEACHES& BAY. BRINGYOUR BOAT. PRIVATEGARAGE. LARGE DECKW/LAKEVIEW. RENTINGOCTOBER2018 THROUGHMARCH2019. ALSOAVAILABLETOPURCHASE.CALL941-769-0200 VACATION RENTALS AVAILABLE WEST COAST/ PROPERTY Mgmt 941-473-0718www.rentalsflorida.net wcproperty@comcast.net 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, or LOT?We Can help you.Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 175,000 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! 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 1515 WATERFRONT LOTS V acant l an d Waterfront homesite 110 feet frontage on the Peace River, sandy beach, no deed restrictions, Charlotte Harbor and Gulf Access. Seller financing. $199,000 941-575-7006 1515 WATERFRONT LOTS LEMON BAY LOT EXTRA-LARGE TRACT ON ANGLERS COVE ON LEMON BAY. DEEPWATER, BAYVIEWS, NEW SEAWALL, 2 MIN. TOICW, 6MIN. TOGULF. APPROVEDFOR UPTO5 WATERFRONTRESI-DENCES. PRICEREDUCEDBY MORETHAN$100,000. NOW ONLY $469,900. OWNERMOVING. BROKERS WELCOME. 941-769-0200 NORTH PORTWATERFRONTLots from $44,900.-CentralPeaceful-Great View and Privacy for your Future Home 1500-4000sqft No Flood Ins. Sunpoint Homes 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 1610 BUSINESS RENTALS VENICEISLAND Office Space at 333 S. Tamiami 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 Smith 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 T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! PORT CHARLOTTE 18260 Paulson Dr. 1st Floor, 1850 sq., ft. Office Space. $1200./mo. 2nd Floor Office Space, 850 sq. ft. $550./mo. 941-769-9344 PORT CHARLOTTEFOR LEASE 12456 N Access Rd # A & C Each 1479 sf $1550 sf inc CAM KARICREEKMORE, RE/MAXPALM941-301-9131 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 PUT CLASSIFIEDS TOWORK FORYOU!FINDAJOB! BUYAHOME! BUYACAR! 2010 PROFESSIONAL CITY OF PUNTA GORDA POLICE DEPARTMENT PD RECORDSSPECIALISTSTARTINGSALARY: $29,120 VISITWWW.PGORDA.US, CAREEROPPORTUNITIESCOPG ISANEOE / VP & DFWP 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT $10/HR ENERGETIC, OUTGOING. DETAILORIENTEDTEAMPLAYER, GENERALSPORTSKNOWLEDGE, PROFICIENTEXCEL ANDWORD, DAILYFUNCTIONSOF OFFICE. OPPORTUNITYFOR ADVANCEMENT. SUBMITRESUMESTOSPRINGTRAINING@BRAVES.COM 2030 MEDICAL CENTURION OF FL Has FT & PT opportunities for Mental Health Professionals at Charlotte Correctional Institution in Punta Gorda and Desoto Annex in Arcadia. Apply online at www.mhmcareers.com or contact Katie Hogan at 703-245-9047 or katie@mhmcareers.com 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 more information Douglas T. Jacobson State Veterans Home5 Star Deficiency Free Facility is looking for you! We want caring healthcare professionals to be part of our team. FULL TIME or PART TIMENURSES … CNAs …FOOD SUPPORT WORKERS941-613-0919Online: www.peoplefirst.myflorida.com 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 RESIDENT CARE ASSTPARTTIME/SPLITSHIFT6AM-8AM/4:45PM-6:45PM3 DAYSWK/$14/HOURINGLENOOKALF ENGLEWOOD941-474-5563 SOLARIS HEALTHCAREis now HiringCNA Weekend POSITIONS & Weekend Supervisor.Sign on BONUS!! Apply: solarishealthcare.vikus.net 2030 MEDICAL www.HorizonTechInstitute.ComADVANCE YOUR CAREERŽ Licensed & Accredited School Murdock Town Center on 411032 Tamiami Tr Unit 3YOUcan become a LPN within 11 months. Enrollment 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 04/02 LPNwkds 04/02 CNA04/02 Med. Asst. 04/02 2040 RESTAURANT/ HOTEL SUPERDay Expressis looking for CASHIERS/ DELI HELP EXPERIENCE PREFERREDApply Within: 1595 McCall Rd, Gulf Cove DFWP 941-697-7641 BARTENDER S NEEDED FT & PT. Must be Experienced. Apply: Deep Creek Elks Lodge, 1133 Capricorn Blvd. Deep Creek. BU S PER SO N S PREP COO K, COOK, DISHWASHERS & W AITRESS NEEDED AM/PM Experienced Apply in Person Winks Old Town Grill 451 S. Indiana Ave,Englewood. HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS is now hiring HOUSEKEEPING positions. Apply in Person to 24440 Sandhill Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL 33983 PREP COOK, DISHWASHER, & EXP. LINE COOK NEEDED. T OLLS P AID SOUTHBEACHBAR& GRILLBOCAGRANDE941-964-0765 2050 SKILLED TRADES SIGN ON BONUS TRUCK DRIVERS HEAVY EQUPMENT MECHANIC BACKHOE, DOZER, LOADER OPERATORS WHEEL TRACTOR OPERATOR LABOR/ROLLER OPERATOR SKILLED CONCRETE FINISHERS TAILMAN/TOPMANApply: 3801 N Orange Ave SRQ, FL 34234 jobsatderrTWO@gmail.com EOE 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 TRUCK DRIVERS EQUIPMENT OPERATORS AND LABORERS DFWP Apply: DM Construction 3801 Henry St. Punta Gorda. 2100 GENERAL ASTON GARDENSISINNEEDOFTHEFOLLOWING: CNAS DRIVERS HOUSEKEEPING SERVERSAPPLY IN PERSON AT:1000 ASTONGARDENSDRIVEVENICE, FL 34292 941-240-1010 BOAT DETAILERS NEEDED! GREATFORRIGHTCANDITADES. COMEJOINANAWARDWINNINGCOMPANY. CONTACTOFFICEAT941764-7928 OR609-618-0113

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 43 19CLASSIFIEDS 2100 GENERAL AREYOURETIREDANDMISSINGSOMETHINGINYOURLIFE??WEREYOURSUCCESSESINTHEWORLDHANDLEDWITHPRIDE& DETERMINATION? IFTHESETRAITSARESECONDNATURETOYOU, THENWEWOULDLIKETOTALKTOYOU! WEARESEEKINGATEAMOFREPRESENTATIVESTOREPRESENTUSASCIRCULATION SUBSCRIPTION SPECIALISTS**DEPENDABLETRANSPORTATIONISREQUIRED. WERECOGNIZETHATYOUVALUEAFLEXIBLESCHEDULE. IFINTERESTEDCONTACTJIMDEFALLE AT941-786-7676 CAREGIVERSm Assisted Living, Venice PT, Fri & Sat. Only 941-258-6080 /941-799-1271 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 FISH CUTTER & WAREHOUSE HELP for Local Seafood Company. Good Pay!!! 941-380-9212 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 IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!We have several immediate openings for Representatives to promote the Sun Newspapers in Retail Stores, high traffic shopping areas, special events, etc. No cold calling. We use a low-key approach with friendly interaction with the public. This is an enjoyable year round position with potential to earn above average income. Positive, work environment. Flexible work schedule. F ulltime/Part-time. Positive work environment. Outgoing, friendly and professional appearance, dependable with reliable transportation and cell phone. Those selected will be given training and taught how to make great money right away. For interview appointment call: 941-268-5731 2100 GENERAL JE SS E S TRU C KIN G O F S W FLORIDAIS SEEKING SOD STACKERS We E-Verify Pay is $1.20/pallet If interested, call: 863-993-0717 For application email j essestruckin g andsod@ y ahoo.com LAGUNITA HARVESTING, LLC is hiring 25 farmworkers to cultivate, harvest and pack watermelons in Charlotte County, FL for a temporary period from 04/25/2018 to 05/31/2018. The wages offered are the highest of $11.29/hr. or applicable piece rates. Prolonged standing, bending, stooping, and reaching required. Job is outdoors and continues in all types of weather. Workers may be requested to submit to random dr ug or alcohol tests at no cost to the worker. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination. All drug testing and background checks will occur during the interview process and will be conducted at the sole discretion of the employer. Must be able to lift 70lbs to shoulder height repetitively throughout the workday and able to lift and carry 70 lbs. in field. Employer guarantees work will be available for at least threequarters of the period stated. Required tools supplies, and equipment will be provided at no cost to worker. Housing will be available for workers who cannot reasonably return home after each working day. Transportation and meal expenses will be provided, or reimbursed after 50% of the work contract is completed, if appropriate. Applicants shou ld apply for the position at their local State Workforce Agency office. Job Order Number: FL10663217. LANDSCAPE LABORERS NEEDED 40 Hours/ Weekly Full Time. (941)-456-1008 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 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 required MAINTENANCE STAFF P/T Knowledge in Electric, Pool & General Maintenance is Required. Pay Subject to Experience. Please Call 941-629-4779 Needa newJob? LookintheClassifieds! 2100 GENERAL V. VALENCIA HARVESTING, INC. is hiring 70 farmworkers to cultivate and harvest watermelon crops in DeSoto County, FL for a temporary period starting on 04/09/2018 and ending on 06/01/2018. The wages offered are the highest of $11.29/hr. or applicable piece rates. Two (2) months verifiable experience harvesting watermelons is required. This job requires prolonged standing, bending, stooping, and reaching. J ob is outdoors and continues in all types of weather. Workers may be requested to submit to random drug or alcohol tests at no cost to the worker. All drug testing and background checks will occur during the interview process and will be conducted at the sole expense and discretion of the employer. Workers must be able to lift and carry 50lbs. repetitively throughout the workday. Employer guarantees wor k will be available for at least three-quarters of the period stated. Required tools supplies, and equipment will be provided at no cost to worker. Housing will be available for workers who cannot reasonably return home after each working day. Transportation and meal expenses will be provided, or reimbursed after 50% of the work contract is completed, if appropriate. Applicants should apply for the posi tion at their local State Workforce Agency office. Job Order Number: FL10632361. 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. 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Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. PC, Open to All Ages. For more info 941-766-9357 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES 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. 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 ABargainHunters Delight Checkthe ClassifiedsFirst! AWhole Marketplaceof Shoppingisrightat your Fingertips! 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! Lutheran Church of the 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 S PIRITUAL EXPL O RATI O N DISCUSSION: Dreams and Our Spiritual JourneyŽ Sat. March 17, 3:00 p.m., North Port Library, Juliano Room, 13800 Tamiami Trail, North Port. Beyond Meditation: Learn Creative Techniques to Explore Past Lives, Dreams, Soul Travel, Spiritual Guides, and Personal Awakening. Fellowship and free booklet. A free discussion for people of all faiths. Presented by Eckankar. 941-766-0637 www.hearhu .org UNI Q UE & INF O RMATIVE DVD Every Sunday @ 6pm. 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OG DEN March 24 10AM Dragline, Dump Truck, Massey Ferguson Tractor, Case Backhoe, Ship ping Container, Bridge Timbers, Tools, Reloader, Industrial Fans, Planer, Radial Arm Saw, Heav y Duty Scroll Saw and a lot more. Dump Truck does have a title. All equipment ran but has been sit ting for years. Previews at 9AM info 863-494-1888 or 863-990 6898 pictures go to auctionzip or FaceBook to Mike Ragan Auc tioneer, AB1994 AU2723 S AT. MAR C H 2 4TH @ 1 0 AM 12621 BACCHUSROADPORTCHARLOTTE. FANTASTIC Lowrey SU500 Organ. Slot Machine, Vacuums Brand New. Samsung French Door Fridge, plus knick knacks, household & More! Auctionzip.com #25770 for pics. 10% BP. Cash, Ck, CC Jack Robillard Auctioneer 941-575-9758 AU3437 AB2632 6025 ARTS AND CRAFTS ARTIST CUSTOM FRAME 24X18 $15 941-629-4857 ASTROLOGICAL WALLART Round 43Ž in-outdoor Sun & 12s $300, OBO 941-681-2433 JIGSAW PUZZLES 1000 p i ece, Hometown, Charles Wysocki each $3 941-662-9191 KNIFE KIT SET X A cto Like new with all accessories. $25 941-629-6374 POTTERY GLAZESCONE 6 glazes, greenware and bisque text $200 941-270-7799 6025 ARTS AND CRAFTS P O TTERY T OO L S Everything u need for thrown and slab work text me $200 941-270-7799 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS A REA RU G 4 x 7 Tan good condition and quality $60 941-697-0940 AREA RUGS 2 Pl us h O r i enta l s: pink w/fringe, 56Žx38Ž oval & 42Ž rnd, Ea $40 941-743-2656 A RM C HAIR Ethan Allen pine cushioned, a steal, must see! $35 941-639-1517 BED BOX spr i ng a dj usta bl e metal frame pine head board $30 941-214-8188 BED WICKER queen new never used sealy pillow top mattressbox $275 239-209-7630 BED MATTRESS & BOX New Will Sell $100. 941-629-5550 C ANI S TER S ET 3 pcs. snacks, goodies, treatsŽ. box. $15 941-235-2203 C ANNI S TER S ET 4 new black ceramic. Tight lids. PERFECT STORAGE! $10 941-258-2016 D OO R BEAUTIFUL stained glass door $500; VICTORIAN MARBLE TABLES $250/ea 941-380-7224 EN G LI S H C HINA S ET S T REGIS setting for 12, 95 pcs $100, OBO 941-426-6645 FI S HNET DE CO R Lg container fishnet & floaters $10 765-730-0510 FREEZER CHEST GE 5 CF I n excellent condition. Works great looks new $100 941-697-2163 G RIDDLE C ool Touch Base Presto 10 1/2Ž X 20 1/2 cook area $15 941-769-3475 H O ME G ENERAT O R G ENERA C 16 KW whole house standby generator. 200 amp automatic transfer switch. Natural gas or LP. Includes 20+ feet of all nec essary wiring. Brand new, never used. Over $4,000 invested. $3,200, OBO 843-901-8327 KING SIZE CUSTOM ma d e quilt Green and red patches reverseable $75 810-766-3266 LIGHTHOUSES SET Of 5 6Ž tall nice $10, OBO 941-356-0129 MATTRESS QUEEN & BOX Brand New Will Sell $175. Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 MI C R O WAVE PANA SO NI C 1200 watt. $25 941-497-5825 MIRR O R S VINTA G E bar room beer & wine etc man cave stuff $25 941-214-8188 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. O IL PAINTIN G 4 2 X54, BEAUTIFUL, MUST SEE! VERY REDUCED! $175 941-639-1517 QN SPREAD SHAMS SKIRT DRAPES ETC TAUPE/ROSE 8PC W RODS $100 941-587-8870 QUARTZ INFRARED HEATER LifeSmart Remote Control up to 1800 sq ft. $80 941-769-3475 REFRIGERATOR GE w hi te s id e by-side new ice maker, works great! $175 941-423-3031 ROTISSERIE a l so oven & gr ill all in one box. $35 941-235-2203 STANLEY LANDERS F rary, & Clark hot & cold carafe unbreak able-super! $20 941-639-1517 TERRACOTTA STATUES 26Ž boy $40, 14Ž girl $20, strawberry pot $20 941-743-2656 VICTORIAN KNIT ta bl e c l ot h Two 59 x 77 inch White each $19 941-575-7011 WHITE WICKER TWIN HB/FRM MT/BS DB/DR NS HI/BY Mir $495 941-408-7535 WINDOW TREATMENT TAUPE SCALLOPED DESIGN, ROD INCL. $25 941-587-8870 W IND O W TREATMENT S TAUPE 4 WINDOWS WOOD RODS $125 941-587-8870 WINDOW VALANCE STRIPED BALOON STYLE WIDE ROD INCL. $35 941-587-8870 6035 FURNITURE ACCENTCHAIRS (2) B rown, Camel, Off White excel Condi $150 941-276-5756 ARM CHAIR so lid c h erry arms & legs, coral cushions, excellent 27x27x24 $80 941-743-2656 G LIDER METAL glider with cushion $ 40 518-763-9936 6035 FURNITURE BAKER S RA C K LIKE NEW, DARK METAL, GLASS SHELVES. $65 941-475-1873 BAR S T OO L S Blk w/ backs Great condition! 30Ž seat $175, OBO 941-830-8014 BED FRAME S( 4 ) steel on casters adjustable twin full queen size each $35 941-275-5837 BED MATTRESS & BOX New Will Sell $100. 941-629-5550 BEDROOM SET D resser w / m, High Boy & 2 Night Stands $150, OBO 941-426-6645 BOOK CASE SOLID WOOD 3 shelves, 3 drawers, 72H x 30W x 18D $80 941-743-2656 CASUAL TABLES 8 woo d & 1 wrought iron, Good to A+ cond, $15 $40 941-743-2656 CHAIR ROWEŽ up h o l stere d [cream] 33ŽH x 38ŽD x 38ŽW $150 734-787-0285 C HAIR S C U S HI O N, CASTERS, WOOD,STACKABLE. $5 941-497-5825 C HINA C ABINET Light wood. Mirrored back, lighted ceiling. 2 pieces. $85 941-889-7846 COCKTAIL TABLE R oun d Medium Brown Color, All Wood $50 941-257-5500 CO FFE TABLE Wooden w/matching end tables Very nice! $150 941-830-8014 CO FFEE & END TABLE S S klar Peppler 25X43Ž & 2 at 22X27Ž $75, OBO 941-426-6645 CO FFEE TABLE French provincial cultured marble top 44l 20w 14h $15 941-629-9822 COFFEE END TBLS Sl ate co f fee tbl glass insert 2 slate end tbls $200 518-763-9936 COFFEE END TBLS Sl ate co f fee tbl glass insert 2 slate end tbls $200 518-763-9936 CO FFEE/ S IDE TABLE S(9) various sizes and shapes starting at $20, OBO 941-202-3437 CORNER CABINET S ma ll 32Ž high, glass door, light blue $60 941-876-3878 COUCH & RECLINER M atc h ing Leather, $150. LIVING SET, 8 pc.$350941-697-6207 CO U C H BLA C K leather.V G con dition.Very comfortable.Deliver y possible. $200 248-697-8152 CO U C H FABRI C abstract beige design 88X36X32 delivery available $275 941-202-3437 CO U C H LIVIN G room couch like new. 84Ž x 36Ž. Must see $475 941-979-8656 DE S K METALFRAME grey/blk 30x36x20Ž top blue butterfly design $15 941-258-2016 DINETTE S ET hand-painted all wood 24Ž tabletop & 2 chairs firm $150 941-275-5837 DINETTE S ET, TALL wrought iron 30 table+2 fabric chairs like new $250 941-307-9211 DINETTE TABLE li g h t b am b oo round with 2 leaves. sits 4 to 8. $25 630-310-0643 DINING CHAIRS 6 A s hl ey, newer, beige upholstered seats. $150 734-787-0285 DINING SET 48Ž ma h ogany table top & 4 metal frame chairs $175 941-275-5837 DININ G S ET 54Ž glass top on column+4 fabric upholstered chairs $225 941-307-9211 DINING SET Whi te, Gl ass top,4 armchairs $125, OBO 401-932-4770 DINING TABLE O va l P e d esta l Style 65x47Ž W/4 Chairs $400, OBO 941-426-6645 DINING CARD AND craps table combo With drink/chip holders $140 614-378-3515 END TABLE/COFFEE ta bl e white wicker, glass top.very good cond $25 630-310-0643 FACIAL SPRAYMACHINE Oxygenating skin treatmenT $69 941-763-2581 FIRM MATTRESS King SizeVery good shape $100 941-426-7511 FURNITURE, BE S T O FFER TAKES IT! Hide a Bed Sofa, Coffee Tables, End Tables (Wood), Lift Chair, & Bedroom Suite Incl. Mattress. 4357 Lister St. Port Charlotte Sat. Only 3/17 4-5pm HEADBOARD & DRESSER Twin size, Light Wood. $100 941-257-5500 HEADBOARD Q ueen seagrass h Pottery Barn, like new $200 734-787-0285 HUTCH BLONDE OAK 2 PIECE NICE $195, OBO 941-6267454 I BUY FURNITURE Or anything of value! 941-485-4964 KING FRAME SET HBFB,RAILS,Medium Oak, CALL FOR PICS $150 941-626-7454 LOVE SEAT B eaut if u l f a b r i c covered Love Seat. Must see. 65Žx36Ž $350 941-979-8656 LOVE SEAT stur d y, bl ue f a b r i c, 64X37X31, detachable cushions $75, OBO 941-275-5837 MATTRESS QUEEN & BOX Brand New Will Sell $175. Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 MEM O RY F O AM mattress 8 Ž twin size+springbox+frame $150 941-307-9211 OAK TABLE MONTGOMERY COMPANY 48Ž W/ 3 LEAVES ROUND $325 941-626-7454 PATIO HIGH top ta bl e an d 2 chairs $200 609-456-8434 RECLINER HOOKER Ivory Leather excellent $475 OBO 941-255-3241 6035 FURNITURE MOVING SALE Whole house full of furniture, Make offer FREE STUFF 941-214-8211 PATI O S ET with table 4 chairs ornate chairs cushions. Exc. Cond. asking $90/obo 941 380-7224 R OC KER WIND SO R. nichols & stone. solid maple $125 941-235-2203 R O LL T O P DE S K Per f ect f or computer & printer $250, OBO 941-697-1950 ROLL TOP d es k w i t h c h a i r. Perfect for computer and printer $250 941-697-1950 RUG STARFISH l t. bl ue / tans 8x10 Dalyn,custom made $475 734-787-0285 S AUDER O AK multi-use computer desk. Space for tower, keyboard pullout, various pockets, drawers, shelf for books. 52Wx29Dx56H $200, OBO 941-575-5169 S E C TI O NAL 5pc. All leather paid 5k sell. $475 941-629-0144 S HELVIN G UNIT RATTAN 72X36X12 OFF WHITE RECON DITIONED $60 941-202-3696 SO FA 8 7Ž so f a light green & brown tweed excellent condition $400 941-697-4943 SOFA Bl ac k l eat h er. VG con di tion.very comfortable. Delivery possible. $200 248-697-8152 SOFA NEW Q ueen B e d pu ll out, terracotta $495 941-639-9293 TABLE 5 roun d f o ldi ng l egs, Max Chief $75 941-496-9252 TABLE w/drawer white with wheels like new $85 941-763-2581 TABLE WITH WHEELS WHITE LIKE NEW $75 941-763-2581 TABLE RATTAN END / accent Glass top, height 20Ž x24x24 $25, OBO 941-356-0129 TABLEWI C KER, G LA SS top,4 chairs w/ castors, rose colored cushions $125 616-536-0106 THEATER S EAT S 4 mid-century fold-up theater seats $50 614-378-3515 TV ARMOIRE B ern h ar d t, h o ld s 47Ž TV, 5 lrg. drawers, 4 sm. $300 734-787-0285 TV CO N SO LE dark wood. 48Ž. glass doors. like new. $85 941-235-2203 TV STAND WICKER Whi te w /3 drawers & 1 shelf. Good cond. $35 941-889-7846 WALL MIRROR B eaut if u l (29Žx41Ž) beveled with gold frame. $25 941-889-7846 6038 ELECTRONICS DVD PLAYER S amsung, new in box model BD-JM57 $65 941-624-0928 METAL DETECTOR WHITES XVENTURE NEW WARRANTY $120 770-928-2487 PHONE S 4 SMART Ph one f or Sprint Network + R850 Hotspot $70, OBO 941-276-5756 TRA C F O NE AL C ATEL Flip Tracfone with charger. Like new. $15 941-889-7846 TURNTABLE Ak a i ARB110 perfect $95 941-496-9252 6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO C AN O N PIXMAM G3 5 00 Printer Works Great $25, OBO 941-681-2433 HAM POWERWERX DB 750 v hf/uhf Like new. w/RT Sys Programmer $150 941-268-4826 PROJECTOR SONY TV 52 INCH EXCELLENT CONDITION $59 941-763-2581 SAMSUNG HW550 A u di oSoundbar with wireless Subwooffer. $100 941-888-5923 T V 13 3Ž S uperson i c co l or TV Great pic & cond. Retail $110. $25 941-889-7846 TV 46Ž SAMSUNG S mart TV Perfect working condition $150 310-508-8254 TV RCA COLOR TRAKPLUS 27Ž monitor, not flat screen $30 941-303-2957 6060 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT DUKANE PROJECTOR ALL ACCESSORIES & PADDED AIRLINE BAG $350 941-380-6935 KEYBOARD &MOUSE HP new never used $7, OBO 941-697-9485 LEDMONITOR HP used for 6 mon.like new $27, OBO 941-697-9485 LED SCREEN HP 22Ž use d l es than 6 mon. new model $25, OBO 941-697-9485 PC a ll i n one HP 27Ž touc h screen Great shape $285, OBO 941-276-4425 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES HEART LOCKET 14K Y e ll ow Gold Fancy Scrolled Pendant $125 941-286-7337 LADIES CLARKS 7 1/2 casual brown, good cond. $15 941-681-2316 LBHS COACHES U n d er A rmour L/XL lotsa stuff /polos $190, OBO 941-830-8014 LEATHER JACKET M en  s. Brown/flag on back exc. cond. $100 941-255-1845 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES W EDDIN G DRE SS 2pcs from England stunning $165, OBO 941-268-7571 6070 ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES 1884 S MORGAN Sil ver D o ll ar many others available $38, OBO 941-286-7337 1 9 1 2 RE CO RD Alma G luck and Louise Homer Whispering HopeŽ $30 941-258-0512 1 9 1 3 O AK WE S TERN ELE C TRIC WALLTELEPHONE$295 941-268-5067 1916 WWI B oo k C o lli er  s Ph o tographic History of the Euro pean War $40 941-258-0512 1 9 1 8 S HEET Music Florence Milletts Somebody Stole My GalŽ $10 941-258-0512 1 92 4 PEA C E S ilver Dollar Uncirculated other Silver $ also available $37 941-286-7337 200 S ILVER War Nickles in 5 plastic tubes $200 906-399 6353 3 GRISWOLD CAST IRON SKIL LETS #3 #5 and #9 Skillet with cover. $120 941-485-3217 8 MORGAN Sil ver D o ll ars & 6 Silver Peace Dollars Many better dates. $350 906-399-6353 ALWAYS BUYING ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES (941) 639-9338 AUNT JEMIMA Cookie Jar 1940s, text me $175 941-270-7799 BA S EBALL C ARD S 5 000 +++ collectable cards!! $25, OBO 810-210-9553 BLA C K AMERI C ANA Vintage, over 25 assorted pcs, text $200 941-270-7799 BRUNSWICK RECORD PLAYER MAHOGANY CABINET, PICS $249 941-626-7454 BUYING OLD MONEY SILVERCOINS & PAPER MONEY. 941-626-7785 CAST IRONSKILLETS (2) G r i s wold #3 #5 and #9 Skillet with cover. $200 941-485-3217 CAST IRON SKILLETS G r i swo ld (3) #3 #5 and #9 Skillet with cover. $200 941-485-3217 C HINA C ABINET Fantastic oak clawfoot Serpentine front China Cabinet 1st $275. (941)380-7224 COIN 1917 S wa lki ng lib erty half dollar silver Rev $25 941-214-8188 COIN SET C omp l ete 30 coin set in display folder $100 906-399-6353 CO LLE C T O R PLATE B &G Olympic Games Munich 1972 First Issue $60 941-258-0512 COMMERCIAL SODA di spenser six flavor dispenser pic avail. $500 609-456-8434 DU S TIN PEDR O IA AUT O GRAPHED picture JSA certificated. $50 810-210-9553 FLOOR LAMP EGG/DART MIR ROR INLAY EARLY 1920S NYC $499 941-587-8870 GO LD CO IN $ 5 Indian 1 9 11 $460 781-956-8891 GO LF ANTI Q UE Billy Burke Special wood driver. He won 31 U.S. Open $40 941-258-0512 IKE DOLLARS s il ver proo f $10 781-956-8891 LI C EN C E S PLATE S vintage man cave collectors starting @ $5 941-214-8188 LPS CLASSIC 45 s roc k sou l blues pop starting @ $1 941-214-8188 LPS CLASSIC v i ny l 7 o  s, 80 s Rock, blues soul starting @ $1 941-214-8188 O Y S TER PLATE VINTA G E 6 FISH WELLSŽ195.ON EBAY PICS $50 941-626-7454 PENKNIFE CAMCO Ci rca 1940 Bazooka Bubble gum promotion $20 941-286-7337 PENNIES ROLL o f 50 1930 s wheat one cent copper $20 941-214-8188 SEAT VINTAGE HD l eat h er pogo seat w/ brackets & spring $275 941-214-8188 SILVER CANADIAN M ap l e L ea f Silver Dollar in display box. $30 906-399-6353 S ILVER CO IN S u.s.silver coins $150 781-956-8891 SILVER DOLLAR U n i que M a j or League Baseball Coin with COA $65 906-399-6353 S ILVER PR OO F sets $3 5 781-956-8891 TIGER WOODS C o ll ecta bl e cards and CAPS $3, OBO 810210-9553 WOOD CHEST 3 x 18 x 15 blk hinges. antique like. ex. $55 941-235-2203 6090 MUSICAL CLARINET &PROTEC CASE very nice, student or pro ready to play $120 941-697-2163 ELECTRONIC TECHNIC ORGAN Model SX-F100, Mint, extras $2250. 941-380-7224 FENDER ELECT JOE WALSH autographed Mex Made wall mount $475 941-408-7535 OVATION SHALLOW b o d y case,amp like new 6 string. $450 OBO 941-408-7535 6095 MEDICAL BED SIDE POTTY M e dli ne holds 300 lbs-very solid grea t shape $20 941-445-5619 LIFT C HAIR RE C LINER Electricgreat pride $295 941-580-4460 LIFT CHAIR P r id e D ar k G reen Fabric, Excellent Condition! $250.obo 941-493-7166 (Venice) OXYGEN REGULATOR 1 to 6 Pulse or CF Evolution Motion $79, OBO 941-286-7337 P O WER C HAIR  GO GO Ž ne w battery, will deliver $490, OBO 941-473-4168 P O WER C HAIR JAZZY 3 Ž NE W BATTERIES, WILL DELIVER $490, OBO 941-473-4168 P O WER C HAIR JAZZY S E LECTŽ NEW BATTERIES, $490, OBO 941-473-4168 POWER CHAIR PRIDEŽ NEW BATTERIES, WILL DELIVER $490 941-473-4168 P O WER C HAIR ZIP 4Ž NE W BATTERIES, WILL DELIVER $490 941-473-4168 R O LLAT O R WALKER 4 wheel, w /seat and storage basket, l v msg $60 941-303-2957 SCOOTER LIFT for hitch. $1,450 941-575-9023 SHOWER CHAIR Wi t h b ac k & arms Ex condition $20 941-356-0129 WALKER LIKE new Bl ue w i t h bag. Good sliders on back. $25 989-473-2063 WHEEL CHAIR C arex c h a i r, 4 small wheels. In great condition $60 941-697-5469 W HEEL C HAIR standard size, $75. CompressionBoots Au t omatic, $100. Sling for Hoyer Lift $25 941-697-7347 6110 TREES & PLANTS A L O E A G AVE begonia crepe myrtle fern devils backbone staghorn $5 941-202-3696 BROMELIADS VARIOUS ki n d s shapes colors and sizes in pots starting at $5 941-202-3696 CASSIA TREE MIMOSA LOQUAT, CORAL PLANT, in 3 gal pot $8 941-258-2016 COCONUT TREES $20 $35 36 tall in 5-15 gallon container $20 843-735-8912 FERTILIZER 50 LB P ro f es sional 8-0-10 plants, 16-0-8 grass $30 each 941-257-5500 FLORIDA/AVOCADO/PA PAYA/ROYALPOINCIANA/SE EDLINGS $10 941-202-3696 FRAN G IPANI JATR O PHA oys ter pineapple pothos snake spi der lily $5 941-202-3696 TOMATO PLANTS 5 10Ž R e d Delicious, German Johnson, B.Boy 2/ $3 941-258-2016 Treemendous Tree, Inc. NUSURY PINAPPLE PLANTS fruiting $30/ea SNOW QUEEN HIBISCUS 7 gal $20.00 NICE MANY OTHER SHURBS AVAILABLESTOP IN TO SEE US MONDAY SATURDAY 9AM-3PM 6068 RUFF ST. NORTH PORT OR CALL 941-426-8983 FL-6444 A 6120 BABY ITEMS CRIB/CHANGING TABLE Cherry finish with mattresses for both $150 518-763-9936 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES 858C TOUR Cl ass i c I rons graphite shafts; 7 clubs; ne w grips $70, OBO 443-466-1101 ASST GOLF Cl u b s P r i ce ea.; call for info. $20, OBO 443-466-1101 CLEVELAND DRIVER Cl ass i c Graphite shaft; 10.5 degree; like new $50 443-466-1101 CLEVELAND DRIVER Cl ass i c Graphite shaft; 10.5 degree; like new $50 443-466-1101 GOLF BAG Ti t l e i st C art B ag $150 941-284-4618 GOLF CLUBS Mi zuno JPX M ens PW-4 $500 941-284-4618 GOLG BALLS 42 N ever U se d Putter,Elec.Putting Cup & Tees $50 941-629-4857 JACK NICKLAUS Q4 D r i ver adjust wts, 440CC, like new. $50 941-249-3946 PUTTER O DY SS EY RH $ 175 941-284-4618

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 45 21CLASSIFIEDS 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES PUTTER NEW ODDESSEY LAD RH 2 BALL PUTTER W COVER $79 941-587-8870 W ARRI O R DRIVER 1 0 .5deg Graphite shaft w/hd cover $50 443-466-1101 YELLOW JACKET 4G BATTERY CABLES Corrosion Resistant Best Golf Cart Cables $129.95/SET. VISIT DarsGolfCarts.com 941-769-1431 NO TEXT PLEASE 6126 GOLF CARTS 2014 Club Car Precedent Golf Cart Plumb Crazy PurpleŽ NEW Custom Build Brand New Batteries Tuck and Roll Upholstery 2 passenger Golf Cart4 passenger Version AvailableNEW Yellow Jacket Cables NEW LED Head & Taillights NEW Flip Down Windshield NEW Chrome SS wheel caps NEW DOT Tires, Brakes, Floor NEW Mat, Mirror. Canopy Top. 48 Volt E.R.I.C. Charger STK#A182 $4995 941-769-1431 DELIVERY INCLUDED (25 mi.) 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WASHER AND d ryer GE P ro fil e, white approximately 8 years old $200, OBO 941-221-1487 WASHER/DRYER GE EXCELL LOOKING/WORK PAIR APPROX 8YRS $399 941-587-8870 WASHER/DRYER GE TOP LOAD EXCELLENT COND. 8YRS $399 941-587-8870 W A S HER/DRYER Hotpoint white front loaders $375 941-830-8014 WASHER/DRYER STACK A BLE white, easy to use $395. (941)763-4818 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE AMERICAN FLAG 5 x 9 5 never flown-great shape-cotton $30 941-445-5619 CAR RAMPS A SET GOOD COND $10 941-391-6377 COFFEE POT El ec F ar b erware $22 941-496-9252 CO NFEDERATE FLA G never flown-3x5 great shape $15 941-445-5619 DEWALT SANDER i n case P a l m grip 1/4 sq sheets like new. $40 941-629-6374 ELECTRIC SHOE po li s h er ki t never used in org box $18 941-391-6377 H O R S E S H O E S et S teel Regulation $ 18 941-496-9252 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE $75.00 per panel SLIDING GLASS DOOR REPAIRS Wheels Tracks & LocksLicensed & Insured, Free Est. since 1981 visit us at www. 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RED, NAV, 34K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7030 CADILLAC 2014 CADILLAC CTS $27,897. MOCHA STEEL, 16K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2006 C ADILLA C XLRV, Excellent Shape, 86K, Silver 941-639-9797 200 5 C ADILLA C DEVILLE 81K MI. EXTRA CLEAN! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7040 CHEVROLET 200 5 C HEVY IMPAL A $4,700 85k miles, Sr. owned, Pampered & driven gently 724 866-4400 or 330-979-8830 2010 CHEVROLET HHR L T $5,200 Leather, moon roof, sport pkg, 94k, Exc. cond. 732-887-4818 VALVE CO VER S For 1992 Chevrolet Corvette for all 350 HP engines. $75 941-697-5469 7050 CHRYSLER 2017 CHRYSLER PACIFICA $41,995 sport Velvet 2,571mil 866-726-8593 DLR 7070 FORD 20 14 F O RD FIE S TA S E $8,950 Auto, Midnight Black, 28K Mi.941-650-8715 Dlr 2014 FORD MUSTANG $12,950. Convertible,, Gun Metal Gray. 313-850-5887 Dlr 20 15 F O RD EXPL O RER $26,950. INGOT SILVER, 9,228 MI 855-481-2060 DLR FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. 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Page 46 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 22CLASSIFIEDS 6000 MERCHANDISE 6002 LAKE SUZY GARAGE SALES 6TH ANNUAL SPRING CRAFT SALEENGLEWOOD SPORTS COMPLEXSAT. MARCH17, 9AM-2PM. SOLDOUTW/OVER120 INDOORTABLESCALL861-1980 AdvertiseToday! 6003 DEEP CREEK GARAGE SALES FRI & S AT 8 2 251 Bahia Blanca Dr MOVING SALE Lots of great household items. FRI.S AT. 8 AM2 PM 2144 Taiwan Court. MOVING SALE, Tools, Furniture, Antiques, Fish Tank & Fish. FRI.-SAT. 9AM 3PM 1856 NUREMBERGBLVDNAUTICAL& FLORIDADECOR, ANTIQUES& VINTAGEITEMS INCLUDINGCLOCKS, JEWELRY& MUCHMORE! S AT. 8 : 30 -1: 30 2416 Montpelier Rd. Home, Golf, Tools, Books, Records, Clothing, Kids, etc. 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES FRI & S AT 8 2 111 COLONIAL ST SE. Furniture, Art, drapes, tools, dishes and much more. FRI &S AT. 8 2 18519 Alphonse Cir MOVING SALE Fishing tackle, boating, tools, kitchen ware, recliners, bedroom set, dinette set, hutch patio table & chairs FRI & S AT. 8 -5 1419 Amelia Ave Antiques, collectibles, furniture, tools, knickknacks and more. FRI SAT 9 3 1201 R oswe ll Dr. Bird Cages, Pet Cages, Household, Yard Tools, Fish Pond, Vented Tailgate, Antique pedal Cars and Tractor, & Misc. 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES FRI SUN 8 3 1239 Beacon Dr. YARD SALE!! NEW & USED ITEMS! SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! FRIS UN. 8 3 2369 Ednor St. Tiger Oak Table with E agle Claw and Crystal Ball Feet, Old Radios, Royal Bonn Clock, Fenton Mikassa China set, 2001 Truck & more. FRI. MARCH 16TH, 8-2PM SAT. MARCH 17TH, 8-12PM P. C. UNITED METHODIST MENS ANNUAL SALE! 21075 QUESADAAVE. INDOOR SALE! LOTSOFFURNITURE, APPLIANCES, KITCHENWARE, BOOKS, JEWELRY, TOOLS& MANY MORE ITEMS! BAKE SALE & LUNCH AVAILABLE! FREECOFFEE& LEMONADE! EVERYONEWELCOME! 941-625-4356 FORINFO. FRI.S AT. 8 AM-1PM 23480 Ferndale Ave. BIG SALE! Collectables, Household, Books & MORE! Cheap! FRI.S AT. 8 AM3 PM 3648 Easy St. HUGE Y ARD SALE!! Electronics, Cam eras, Clothing, Tools, Books, Bikes & MORE!! FRI .SAT 9AM 2PM 3253 Conway Blvd. Tools, Bandsaw, Lawn Furniture, NEW Range Hood, Banjo, Household, Leather Cycle Jacket Size 48, 3 Piece Bedroom Suite..... ETC! ADVERTISE! LARGE& SMALLAPPLIANCES, OFFICEFURNITURE, CLOTHING, FURNITURE& HOUSEHOLDITEMSBIGBAKESALEFRI. 3/16 & SAT. 3/17 8:00AM TO 2:00PMHOLYTRINITYLUTHERANCHURCH2565 TAMIAMITRLPORTCHARLOTTE H U G E I N D O O R S A L E ! L A R G E & S M A L L A P P L I A N C E S O F F I C E F U R N I T U R E C L O T H I N G F U R N I T U R E & H O U S E H O L D I T E M S B I G B A K E S A L E S ATS UN 9 -5 3 4 2 5 S unrise Trail. Sm Woodworking Machinery, Jointer, Planer, Sander, Table Saw, much more! S AT. 4PM-5PM 4 3 57 Lister Street. Best Offer Take It! Entire Contents of Utility Room Onl y 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES SAT .. 8 2 23320 M acDougall Ave. Wide variety of items. Household, decor, sporting, clothing, and lots more! THUR S S AT 8 AM2 : 30 23220 Hartley Ave. Large P otted Pineapples, Fruit Bear ing, Large Potted Desert Roses, Purple Orchid, Yard Decorations Tools, & MUCH MORE! 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI & SAT 8 3 95 SABAL DR.. SAILORS YARD SALE Boat Parts and accessories, yard tools, books, book case, household and much more! FRI & S AT 9 2 222 SOURSOP. Burnt Store Meadows Furniture, Playpens, Baby items, household, MORE! FRI. 3/16 8-12PM & SAT. 03/17 8-10AM 2280 El Cerito Ct. ESTATE SALE Assisted by the Isles Girls & Guys. (Dir: West on Marion to Tropicana; turn Left; Right on Via Esplanade; Left on El Cerito.) Sofa; Chair; Oriental Corner Cabinet; Planter; Table & 6 Chairs; Sofa Table; 2 Sofas; Entertainment Center; 4 pc bdrm set, Lamps; Linens; Pictures; Glass Table & 4 Chairs; 2 Bar Stools; Queen Bed; Small Dresser; 1 Ni ght Stand; Trundle Bed; Lanai Table & 4 Chairs; Pool Box; Cabinet; Refrigerator; Fans; Collectibles; Luggage; Ladder; Miscellenous Kitchen & Garage items. Please check out our website www.islesgirlsandguys.com This website has a description of all of our upcoming sales. Buyers are responsible for the removal of their purchased items. Our cashiers have information regarding independent movers. FRI .SAT 8 5 15309 Ci r cle Dr. Lots of Tools! Linens, Furn., Kitchenware, Toys, Barbies/Kens, Lawn Chairs, Bike. SAT. 8AM-NOON PG CHAMBER CITY WIDE GARAGE SALE 401 TAYLOR ST. & 225 W. VIRGINIA AV. PARKING LOT OF CENTENNIAL BANK & KOCH & COMPANY CPAS. S AT. 9 am-1 pm P G I, 1 3 5 3 San Mateo Drive. Tools, sewing notions, fishing equipment, linens, model cars, housewares and much more. S AT. 9 AM2 PM 17 0 7 6 Torreon Lane. 63Ž LED TV, Electronics, Household & MORE!! Come & See!! 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES SATURDAY 8 1 7340 N Tulip Tree. Furniture, Wall Decor, Microwave Clothing, Lawn Mower & Rugs....Misc. 6006 NORTH PORT AREA GARAGE SALES FRI S AT S UN 8 3 6517 Kenwood Dr Selling entire contents of home and garage. Dont Miss out! NEEDCASH? HaveAGarage Sale! FRI-SAT. 8-3PM WOODHAVEN ESTATES VILLA Yard Sale! 10+ Homes Participating! Fairway Dr, Hedgewood Cir, Mims Ct, & Osage Ct. FRIS AT. 9 ? 8 15 9 Sanjacinto Ave. Old Tools, Christmas Decorations, Furniture and many misc items. FRI.S AT. 9 -4 4 230 Palisades Ave. HUGE SALE! NEW Fridge, Lg. & Sm. Appl. Clothes, Household, Tools, FRI.S AT. 8 AM? 2 4 80 Sheila Lane. Coffee Table, Plates, Furniture, Household, Clothes & MUCH MORE!! SAT 3/17 8 : 30 2 : 30 4525 Jaslo Ave, North Port. Moving Sale Various Items. Brand New Franke Biscuit 30Ž Fireclay Sink $400 6007 ENGLEWOOD AREA GARAGE SALES FRI & SAT 9 3 155 SPYGLASS ALLEY., 33946 Marine surplus, motors ropes & electronics, household items and clothes. FRI SAT 8-2 92 WINDSOR DR ENGLEWOOD ISLES 34223FEATURINGFURNI-TURE, TOOLS, ARTWORK,KITCHENWARES, YARDITEMS,COLLECTIBLESANDMORE. BYESTATESALESSPECIALISTSB. MOYERMAN& DEEROE941-475-6273 FRI.S AT. 8 AM? 1 33 5 Flamingo Dr. Holiday Estate I & II. Bedding, Furn., Artwork, Odds & Ends, Golf Cart & MORE! S AT. 8 -1PM 1014 Bay Vista Blvd. Lots of Miscellaneous, Bikes and Refreshments. 6008 ROTONDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI SUN 8 3 713 R oton d a Cir. MOVING SALE! Furni ture, Household, Fabric, Craft ing, Tools, Patio Set, Gas Grill and MUCH MORE! FRI. 3/16 & SAT. 3/17 9am3pm 127 Kings Dr., Rotonda West. Over flow items from downsizing! MOVING IN SALE!! JIMS ESTATE SALE SAT 9-3 SUN 9-2 553 ROTONDA CIRCLE CONTENTS OF HOME EVERYTHINGLIKEBRANDNEW! SAT 9 : 00 1 : 0037 G o lf v i ew Place. Everything From Furn. to Fishing Rods, Home Decor to Tools. MANY ITEMS! 6010 S.GULF COVE AREA GARAGE SALES FRIDAYS ATURDAY 8 3 14141 Chesswood Lane. Fishing, tools, drills, saw, household, MISC. SAT ONLY M arc h 17 8:00 am-3:00 pm MOVING SALESouth Gulf Cove 15108 Aquarius Cir. Pt Char, FL Tools, pres wash, lawn equip, lawnmower, household items, fishin g equip. 6011 S. VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES FRI & S AT 9 3 408 Redwood Rd Numerous items, upright freezer, electric lawn mower, furniture, and many other things 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 RAMBLERS REST PRESENTS ANNUAL SPRING CRAFT 9-12 & QUILT SHOW/SALE 9-1SAT. MARCH17TH1300 N RIVERRD. MACDONALDHALL& WOODSMOKEHALL. MANYITEMS! LOWPRICES! JEWELRY, WOODCRAFTING,PAINTING, ARTS& CRAFTS,STAINGLASSSCULPTURES AND MUCHMORE!!! 6011 S. VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES SAT ONLY 8-2STONEYBROOK COMMUNITY YARD SALE Enter community through the Center Rd. entrance. At the gatehouse you will receive a map of the community 6012 VENICE GARAGE SALES CONDO YARD SALE SAT. MARCH 17TH 8-3 519 Albee farm Rd. Tools! Furniture! Household! Bikes! Lights! Pictures! more! FRIS AT. 8 2 PM 286 N Havana Rd. Antiques, Household, Exercise, Small Ap pliances and Estate stuff. SAT. 3/17ONLY. 9am-4pm 3307 Meadow Run Cir., Venice. MOVING SALE. Some Pots, Pans, Baking Dishes, Other HouseholdItems, Linens, Lamps, Model Car Kits, Elliptical, Love Seat, Many Unusual Items THUR SAT 8AM 4PM 1231 Schooner Ln. Thou sands of Vintage 40s-70s, everything including Records & costume Jewelry. 6013NOKOMIS/OSPREY GARAGE SALES FRI.S AT. 9 AM? 11 9 C ir cuit Ed. 2 Black Leather Ca sual Chairs, Air Compressor, Folding Chairs, Drum Top Table Needa newRide? Findit inthe Classifieds! S AT. 8 AM-1 2 PM 230 4 Lake Shore Dr. Mostly Furni ture. Tools, Propane Fire Table, Household & MUCH MORE! S AT. 9 : 00 … 2 : 00 KINGS GATE CLUB FAIR E. Laurel Rd. & Kings Way. BIG Indr/Outdr Flea Market Grilled Brats & Burgers, Arts & Crafts, Bakery, Raffles Service dogs only www.kgc.cc 7147 AUDI 20 14 AUDI Q 7 $25,477. DAYTONA GRAY, 73K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7148 BMW 2008 BMW 5 3 5XI $8,990. BLACK, WS, 97K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2008 BMW 328I $8,990. WHITE, 81K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 11 BMW 5 28 I $17,990. WHITE, NAV, 44K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 BMW 5 S EIE S $27,877. JET BLACK, 11K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 BMW 228 I $32,990. BLUE, CONV., 8,179 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 20 1 6 H O NDA A CCO RD $25,477 MODERN STEEL, 39K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 H O NDA PIL O T $25,987 TAFFETA WHITE, 37K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 H O NDA PIL O T $25,997 OBSIDIAN BLUE, 39K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 17 H O NDA C R-V, $26,477 RED PEARL, EX, 4,388 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA CR V $26,877 MODERN STEEL, 44K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 H O NDA PIL O T $26,950 ALABASTER SILVER, 28K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 H O NDA PIL O T $26,987 ALABASTER SILVER, 21K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 H O NDA PIL O T $28,477 WHITE DIAMOND, 39K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA PIL O T $28,977 WHITEPEARL, EX-L, 48K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA PIL O T $29,787 BLACK PEARL, CERT 58K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2017 HONDA PILOT $ 30,950 DIAMOND, EX, CERT 2,670MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA PIL O T $30,950 BLACK PEARL, EX-L 31K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 17 H O NDA A CCO RD $43,950. LUNARSIL VER, ELITE 7,832 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2008 H O NDA A CCO RD EX 95KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7163 HYUNDAI 2014 HYUNDAI SANTA FE $16,990. BROWN, NAV, 61K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 HYUNDAI S ANTEFE LIMITED ULTIMATE 1 Owner, 22k miles ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2010 HYUNDAI ELANTRA TOURING SE 27K MI MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 200 7 HYUNDAI TU SCO N LIMITED, 1 LOCAL FL OWNER, MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7165 INFINITI 2011 INFINITI G37 $12,500 excellent shape, 94K miles, 941-716-5959 7175 JAGUAR 20 15 JA G UAR F TYPE $46,950. Navigation, 15K Miles. 941-650-8715 Dlr 7177 KIA 20 1 2 KIA O PTIMA EX $9,800. Silver, Auto, AC. 941 650-8715 Dlr 7178 LEXUS 2008 LEXU S L S -4 60 L $10,990. BLACK, 172K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 200 4 LEXU S RX330 $11,990. SAVANNAH, 69K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2010 LEXUS HS 250H $12,990 BLUE, 70K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 11 LEXU S E S 3 5 0 $15,990. WHITE, 65K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 11 LEXU S RX-45 0 H $16,990. SILVER, NAV, 88K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 LEXUS ES 300H $24,990. SILVER, CERT, NAV, 52K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $26,990. WHITE, CERT, NAV, 34K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 LEXU S I S 2 5 0C $27,990. GRAY, CERT, NAV, 45K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S GS 3 5 0 $28,950 ULTRA WHITE, 55K MI. 855-481-2060 DLR 7178 LEXUS 20 1 6 LEXU S E S 3 5 0 $29,911. GRAY, NAV, CERT, 13K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $33,990. WHITE, CERT, NAV, 31K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSIFIEDS! 20 14 LEXU S I S 2 5 0C $33,990. BLACK, CERT, NAV, 33K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 17 LEXU S E S 3 5 0 $34,911. WHITE, CERT, 1,986 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS RX 450H $36,990. RED, NAV, CERT, 27K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS LS 460L $49,990. BLACK, CERT, NAV 48K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR TRAILER HIT C H for 2010 LEXUS RX-350 body style. Used 6 times $125 941-697-5456 7180 MAZDA 2015 MAZDA 6 $17,500 Original Owner, Excellent condition, Always garaged, Less than 25,000 miles, 703-869-5798 7190 MERCEDES 20 1 0 MER C EDE S C 300 LUXURY $11,800. White, 1 Owner. 941-650-8715 Dlr 7192 MINI COOPER 20 1 0 MINI COO PER $7,990. GRAY, 96K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7200 NISSAN 2004 NISSAN 350Z $8,900 Conv. Exc. Cond! 82K Miles. Remote Start. 248-895-6112 2008 NI SS AN VER S A S L 4DR. SEDAN62KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7205 SPORTS CARS 2006 SSR CONVERTIBLE SPORT TRUCK. 6 speed manual. 400 hp LS2 Vette motor. Classy. $25,900. 239 284 7884 7206 SAAB 1999 SAAB 9-3 $1,950 SE 5 speed Turbo. One owner. Always garaged. New serpentine drive belt and O2 sensors. 160K miles. Black beauty. Looks and runs great. 267-307-1194 7207 SUBARU 20 1 3 S UBARU LE G A C Y $11,990. SILVER, 90K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR Classified=Sales 7210 TOYOTA 200 4 T O Y O TA C AMRY LE EXTRA CLEAN $6995 MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2010 TOYOTA YARIS $7,000 Low Miles! 1 Owner. 4 Dr. Hatchback. 941-486-5410 2008 TOYOTA SOLAR A SPORT $8,49567K Mi. New C onvertible Top.Excellent Condition. Runs Great! 941-286-6689 20 1 3 T O Y O TA CO R O LLA $12,990. SILVER, 15K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2013 TOYOTA VENZA $18,990. WHITE, NAV, LTD, 51K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 T O Y O TA TA CO MA $22,911. WHITE, TRD, 29K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES 1984 CADILLAC ELDORADO $5200 Biarritz w/ ss top. 203-809-8565 North Port 1979 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE $6,700 Conv., 59K Original Mi. Original Car! 305-393-4464 7260 AUTOS WANTED WE BUY & PICK UP JUNK CARS 941-661-1928 CASHFOR ALL TRUCKS & CARS ANY COND RUNNING OR NOT. (352)-342-7037 BEST $$ FOR JUNKERS 7 Days, FAST PICKUP941-286-3122, 623-5550 W E BUY CARS & PICK UPS RUNNING OR NOT! $400 CASH + UP Frank 941-276-0204 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORIES W HEEL 1 6 Ž mercedes includes cap and tire $110 941-763-2581 CLASSIFIED ADSSELL TRAILER HIT C H ball & accessories Ball, trailer lock electric hitch lock $50 941-697-5469 S EAT CO VER f or pickup truck blue bench seat type new in box $8 941-629-9822 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORIES CAP FOR05-15 Tacoma With installed roof rack, foot packs + other options. $800 Like New! 508-527-3482 7290 VANS 1 996 D O D G E C ARAVAN $1,600 New Air, Rebuilt Trans. Needs paint. Great interior, 110k miles 810-955-2717 2000 OLDSMOBILE SILHOUETTE $2,495 All leather, 3 ro w seating, DVD, New AC, Good cond. 144k miles, MUST SEE 765-730-6071 Englewood 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 DODGE GRAND CARA VAN SXT 86K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7300 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS 2001 CHEVROLET SILVERA DO $1,800 91+k miles, Good cond. 941-255-3110 2001 FORD F-150 $4,200 XLT, V8, 2 Tone wine & tan, 106k miles. 941-208-5126 20 14 F O RD F-15 0 $27,987. RACE RED, 37K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 C HEVY CO L O RAD O $28,950. BLACK, 4WD Z71, 20K MI 855-481-2060 DLR

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 47 23CLASSIFIEDS 7300 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS 2002 FORD RANGER $5,500 4dr, XLT, 3.0L, 105K, very clean. 810-599-9617 2015 FORD F-250 $23,900 4x4, Reg cab, 8 Bed, Exc. cond. 20k mi, 941-786-7777 20 15 C HEVY S ILVERAD O 3500D $34,987. WHITE, 20K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 8 H O NDA RID G ELINE $41,877. BLACK EDITION, CERT 5,312 MI. 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 C HEVY S UBURBAN $52,677. CHAMPAGNE SILVER 27K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 G M C C ANY O N $31,477.BRONZE, 4WD SLT 16K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7305 SPORT UTILITY/ VEHICLES 2008 FORD EXPEDITION XLT $5,900 V8, Tow pkg, 198k + miles. 715-379-4015 20 1 2 D O D G E J O URNEY S XT $10,800. White, 41K Miles.. 941-650-8715 Dlr 2016 FORD ESCAPE SE $14,900. Silver. 313-850-5887 Dlr 20 1 3 F O RD ED G E S EL $14,900. 20Ž Chrome Wheels, Ruby Pearl. 313-850-5887 Dlr 20 1 0 G M C A C ADIA $ 17,5 00 SLT II, 58K miles, 1 owner. Garaged. 941-484-4209 2017 FORD EXPEDITION LTD $36,900. 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For more information, call Donna Hurt at 803-624-8039.The American Czech and Slovak Club of Southwest FloridaThe American Czech and Slovak Club of Southwest Florida was created to provide the residents of the Florida Gulf Coast of Czech and Slovak heritage with the opportunity to meet socially, promote good fellowship, encourage the exchange of cultural information, traditions and family histories. Meetings are held at 12:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month, from October through April, at Luigis Italian Restaurant, 3883 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte. For more information call 941-286-3467 or email mert4677@aol.com.Audubon SocietyThe Peace River Audubon Society meetings are the third Thursday of each month, from September through May at First Alliance Church, 20444 Midway Blvd., Port Charlotte. For more information, call 863-244-2652, or visit www.peaceriveraudubon. org.Blue Star MothersSouthwest Florida Chapter 4 of the Blue Star Mothers of America meets at 9:30 a.m. the second Saturday of each month at the Sarasota American Red Cross building, 2001 Cantu Court, Sarasota. Light refreshments are served. Blue Star Mothers of America is a nonpro“t, nonpartisan, nonsectarian and nonpolitical organization for mothers, grandmothers and stepmothers who have children serving in the armed forces. Associate members assist the chapter in supporting the mission of the Blue Star Mothers of America; any family member or friend may join. For more information or to join, visit www.”oridabluestarmoms.com or email swfbluestarmothers@ gmail.com.Coast Guard AuxiliaryThe auxiliary is the volunteer arm of the U.S. Coast Guard, and is a member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The operational unit of the auxiliary is the Flotilla,Ž where Coast Guard policies and programs are transformed into action. For more information, go to www. coastguardenglewood. com or attend monthly meetings held on the second Tuesday of each month at 1949 Englewood Road, (Rt. 776).Charlotte County Parliamentarians UnitThe Charlotte County Parliamentarians Unit (CCPU) is a teaching unit that offers classes for anyone interested in Roberts Rules of Order and parliamentary procedure. Meetings are held the second Thursday of January, March, May, September, and November starting at 9:30 a.m. and are held at the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Hall, 23300 Harper Ave., Charlotte Harbor. Visitors are always welcome. Each meeting begins with a short business session followed by an informal class on some point of parliamentary procedure. For more information, call 941-637-5921 or go www. robertrules.org.Charlotte County Woodcarvers/ SculptorsMeetings for the Charlotte County Woodcarvers/Sculptors, a nonpro“t organization dedicated to the art of woodcarving and wood sculpture, are held from 8 a.m. to noon every Tuesday at 802 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. The public is invited to visit and see what the club is all about. For more information, call 941-875-9244.Charlotte Harbor Sierra ClubGeneral meetings of the Charlotte Harbor Sierra Club will begin again at 7 p.m. on Oct. 17 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship building, 1532 Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte. Meetings are open to the public. For more information, call 941 423-2713.Citizens Climate LobbyMeetings for the Port Charlotte/Punta Gorda chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby are held the third Monday of each month, at 7 p.m. at the Congregational United Church of Christ, 1201 Aqui Esta, Punta Gorda. CCL is a national, nonpro“t, nonpartisan volunteer organization with the mission to create the political will for a stable and sustainable climate. For more information go to www. citizensclimatelobby.org, or email portcharlotte@ citizensclimatelobby.org.Computer GroupThe Charlotte County Computer Group meets at 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month at the Cultural Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte. The club will host programs or guest speakers each month with time allowed for computer questions. Members and guests are welcome. For more information, call 941-585-0356.adno=50531179 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

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Page 48 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 24 ENGLEWOOD 1925 Georgia Avenue Ellen Baker & Michael Hollenbeck 941-268-4999 D5922337 $2,290,000 VENICE 830 N Jackson Road Marcia Cullinan 941-662-5878 D5922684 $1,100,000 VENICE BEACH 725 El Dorado Drive Edie Lomason 941-320-6298 N5911780 $1,650,000 LOCALLY KNOWN. GLOBALLY CONNECTED. PUNTA GORDA2602 Magdalina Drive 2602 Carlotta Stephenson 941-628-3848 C7243331 $459,000 OSPREY1511 Landlubber Lane Kristine Niehaus 941-376-4950 A4212936 $459,000 OSPREY913 Scherer Way Ryan Skrzypkowski 941-387-6630 A4210748 $439,900 PLACIDA8944 Scallop Way Elizabeth Burr & Shawna Wagar941-855-1142 & 727-420-4987 D5923173 $425,000 PUNTA GORDA890 Coronado Drive Crystal Coovert 941-322-7133 C7243197 $423,000 ENGLEWOOD516 Boxwood Lane Susan Gilmore 941-223-0832 D5923528 $299,900 NORTH PORT3072 Junction Street Shawna Wagar 727-420-4987 D5923012 $280,000 VENICE800 San Lino Circle 824 Sherrey Welch 941-223-6318 N5916834 $269,900 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE125 Shady Pine Lane Christine Del Monte 941-266-6733 A4208253 $260,000 PUNTA GORDA137 Santarem Circle Tanya Harrington 941-249-1019 C7244739 $245,000 ENGLEWOOD7575 Manasota Key Road Maryann Casey 941-468-3741 D5919874 $859,900 PLACIDA11000 Placida Road 1904 Debi Benson 941-815-5969 D5915106 $699,900 NORTH PORT6392 Van Camp Street Anna Wagenseil 941-441-8685 D5921615 $629,900 PUNTA GORDA1311 Penguin Court Ron Paul 941-483-0866 N5915205 $569,900 VENICE500 Park Boulevard S 63 Jo-Anne Sckowska & Nell Taylor 941-321-8975 N5916854 $515,000 PUNTA GORDA95 Vivante Boulevard 309 Elizabeth Burr 941-855-1142 D5917744 $329,000 OSPREY409 North Point Road 302 Rosalie Phillips 941-544-4430 A4202413 $325,000 PUNTA GORDA3376 Sunset Key Circle B Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7248439 $310,000 VENICE19242 Lappacio Street Cindy Dillander 941-716-3203 N5916582 $309,900 VENICE1220 Poplar Avenue Patti Roper 303-247-1979 A4211763 $304,000 PORT CHARLOTTE746 Red Bay Street Greg Oberlander 941-468-1460 N5916905 $169,000 ENGLEWOOD1240 Drury Lane Misty Raines PA 941-724-1989 D5923362 $162,900 PUNTA GORDA3200 Coquina Esplanade Sandra Limberger 239-898-5238 C7246705 $159,900 PUNTA GORDA5050 Marianne Key Road 4B Karen Brown 941-380-2820 C7239311 $149,900 LAKE SUZY12274 SW Egret Circle 2906 Leo Roberts 941-916-0598 C7249747 $103,000 VENICE900 Bramley Court 1 Bambi Utton 941-228-4881 N5916523 $419,900 VENICE812 Derbyshire Drive Robert Goldman 941-400-2756 N5916859 $407,000 ENGLEWOOD8500 Amberjack Circle 302 Marybeth Tvaroch 941-815-4202 D5920348 $399,900 PUNTA GORDA2300 Via Esplanade Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7248252 $399,000 NORTH PORT3168 Royal Palm Drive James Callahan 941-676-0901 D5923556 $349,900 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE108 Clipper Way 108 Martha Pike 941-716-4392 N5916919 $234,900 PORT CHARLOTTE13236 Darnell AvenueJohns W. 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The News Wire Saturday, March 17, 2018 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER Congresswoman Louise Slaughter diesVeteran U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter died Friday at a Washington hospital where she was being treated after falling in her home. See page 10 BAGHDAD „ All seven service members aboard a U.S. helicopter that crashed in Iraq were killed, the Pentagon said Friday in a written statement. The aircraft crashed in western Iraq a day earlier, said the of“cials, who insisted on speaking anonymously to release details of the crash before they were made public. The crash did not appear to be the result of enemy activity and is under investigation, the Pentagon said. This tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women face every day in service of our nations. We are thinking of the loved ones of these service members today,Ž said U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Jonathan P. Braga, director of operations in the “ght against the Islamic State extremist group in Iraq and Syria. The helicopter was used by the Air Force for combat search and rescue and was shifting from one location to another when it went down Thursday afternoon near the town of Qaim in Anbar Province. The Pentagon said an accompanying U.S. helicopter immediately reported the crash and a quick-reaction force comprised of Iraqi security forces and coalition members secured the scene. The names of those killed would be released after next of kin are noti“ed, the statement added. New York City of“cials announced Friday that two of those killed were longtime members of the citys Fire Department „ Lt. Christopher Raguso and “re marshal Christopher TrippŽ Zanetis. They were truly two of New York Citys bravest,Ž Mayor Bill de Blasio said. President Donald Trump offered his thoughts and prayers on Twitter Friday for the families of service members killed, saying he was thinking of the brave troops,Ž and adding that their sacri“ce in service to our country will never be forgotten.Ž The U.S.-led coalition battling the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria have an outpost in Qaim, which is located near the Syrian border. The anti-IS campaign accelerated through much of last year, as coalition and Iraqi forces battled to take back a string of cities and towns. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared victory over IS in Mosul in July. In the following months, Iraqi forces retook a handful of other IS-held towns including Tal Afar in August, Hawija in September and Qaim in October. In November, Iraqi forces retook the last Iraqi town held by IS „ Rawah, near the border with Syria. The U.S.-led coalition has continued to work with Iraq and Syrian Democratic Forces to shore up the border region to make sure that foreign “ghters and insurgents cant move freely across the region.Pentagon: No survivors in American helicopter crash in IraqBy QASSIM ABDUL-ZAHRAASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO/IMAGE PROVIDEDAn HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter assigned to the 56th Rescue Squadron ies over Aviano Air Base, Italy, during a routine training mission Jan. 26. WASHINGTON „ With whispers of a staf“ng purge permeating the West Wing, the White House pushed back Friday and insisted that reports of tumult and imminent departures are overblown. Chief of staff John Kelly, himself the subject of rumors that his days are numbered, assured a group of staffers their jobs were safe, at least for now. The chief of staff actually spoke to a number of staff this morning reassuring them that there were no immediate personnel changes at this time and that people shouldnt be concerned,Ž said press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. But days after President Donald Trumps secretary of state was ousted, many close to the president think more upheaval is coming soon. Trump has been moving toward replacing national security adviser H.R. McMaster but has not settled on exact timing or a successor, according to four people with knowledge of White House deliberations. Kelly has also worn on the president, con“dants of the president said. And Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, under “re for ethics violations, appears to be grasping to keep his job. With speculation about McMasters future particularly intense, Sanders gave multiple reassurances about the national security adviser „ “rst in a tweet Thursday and then from the brie“ng room podium the next day. She said Trump had indicated that no changes were coming. I spoke directly to the president last night,Ž Sanders said. He asked me to pass that message along to Gen. McMaster. I know the two of them have been in meetings today.Ž McMaster, for his part, said Sanders had set it straightŽ but struck a slightly different tone. Everybody has got to leave the White House at some point,Ž he told a reporter from ABC News outside the West Wing. Im doing my job.Ž But the air of stability the White House tried to project felt more like a pause than a permanent shift. Trump is privately weighing still more changes, expressing frustration with some aides and sifting through possible replacements. Reports of tumult in the administration were at such a feverish pitch „ even on Trumps beloved Fox News „ that the president on Thursday re”ected on the latest staff departures during an Oval Of“ce conversation with Kelly and Vice President Mike Pence. With a laugh, Trump said: Whos next?Ž Its a question that has the whole White House on edge. Kelly has told con“dants that he believes he can weather the current storm. But he has grown increasingly frustrated with the constant turmoil in the West Wing, believing at times that Trump intentionally fuels the chaos to keep his staff on its toes and his name in headlines, according to a person familiar with the chief of staffs thinking. The person wasnt authorized to speak publicly about private conversations and spoke on condition of anonymity. This account of the tensions in the White House is based on conversations with more than a dozen of“cials inside the White House and familiar with West Wing deliberations, all of whom spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss internal matters. After more than 14 months in of“ce, Trump is reshaping his BEIRUT „ Airstrikes in Syria killed more than 100 people on Friday as civilians, weary and many wounded, ”ed besieged areas for the second straight day. Syrian government forces stepped up their offensive in the rebel-held eastern suburbs of the capital, Damascus, capturing a major town and closing in on another under the cover of Russias air power. The majority of the deaths occurred in eastern Ghouta, where government forces have been on a crushing offensive for three weeks, capturing 70 percent of the besieged area. The weekslong violence has left more than 1,300 civilians dead, 5,000 wounded and forced thousands to ”ee to government-controlled areas. Fridays staggering death toll came a day after Syria passed the seven-year mark in its relentless civil war that has killed some 450,000 people and displaced half the countrys population. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said bombing and shelling by government and Russian forces killed a total of 76 people in eastern Ghouta, including 64 killed in Kafr Batna and another 12 in Saqba. Government forces also captured the nearby town of Jisreen, it said. If the world does not move, Ghouta will be exterminated,Ž said Siraj Mahmoud, a member of the oppositions Syrian Civil Defense search-andrescue group. The Observatory said another 36 people were killed in the Kurdish-held town of Afrin in northern Syria, where Turkish troops and Turkey-backed Syrian opposition “ghters have been on the offensive since Jan. 20. The dead included nine killed in airstrikes that hit the towns general hospital. Fridays government attack on Kafr Batna was with cluster bombs, napalm-like incendiary weapons, and conventional explosives, the Observatory said. Photos and videos released from the area showed charred bodies covered with sheets lined up near what appeared to be shops. A medical charity supporting hospitals in eastern Ghouta, the Syrian American Medical Society, said doctors in Kafr Batna were treating patients for severe burn wounds. Oways al-Shami, a spokesman for the Syrian Civil Defense, said the airstrikes targeted a market and a nearby residential area where scores of people had gathered to buy bread and vegetables during a daily truce called by Russia. The medical situation is catastrophic. We cant stay in this situation for long,Ž said Dr. Zouhair Kahaleh in the nearby town of Arbeen. Roads were closed, he said, and we cant treat some of the cases here. Its a major challenge to reach the wounded because of the intensity of the airstrikes.Ž Exhausted and shellshocked civilians streamed out of the rebel enclave Friday, a day after tens of thousands evacuated the area in the biggest single-day exodus of the war. Syrias U.N. Ambassador Bashar Jaafari told the U.N. Security Council that more than 40,000 civilians left eastern Ghouta on Thursday through a new security corridor opened by the government in the recently retaken town of Hamouria. An additional As rumors of an exodus swirl, White House pushes back In Syria, at least 100 killed in attacks as more people fleeBy JONATHAN LEMIRE, CATHERINE LUCEY and JILL COLVINASSOCIATED PRESSBy PHILIP ISSA and BASSEM MROUEASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOPresident Donald Trump talks with reporters during a meeting with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in the Oval Oce of the White House on Thursday in Washington. EXODUS | 2 AP PHOTOThis photo released by the Syrian ocial news agency SANA, shows Syrian troops stand guard as civilians stand with their belongings after eeing from ghting between the Syrian government forces and rebels, near Hamouria in eastern Ghouta, a suburb of Damascus, Syria, on Friday.SYRIA | 2 McCABE FIREDWASHINGTON (TNS) „ Andrew McCabe, a former top FBI official who became a target of President Donald Trumps angry tweets, has been fired less than two days ahead of his planned retirement Sunday after Justice Department officials concluded he had made misleading statements during an internal investigation. McCabe was sacked Friday night by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who acted on a recommendation from the departments Office of Professional Responsibility, which handles allegations of improper conduct. The last-minute dismissal is likely to reduce or delay McCabes ability to take his government pension despite nearly 22 years of service at the FBI. He was planning to retire March 18, when he turns 50, the minimum age to draw the pension.

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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTSunny and delightful ClearHIGH 80 LOW 585% chance of rain 5% chance of rainMostly sunny and nice82 / 6110% chance of rain SUNDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREPleasant with a blend of sun and clouds83 / 6925% chance of rain MONDAYWatch for severe afternoon thunderstorms82 / 6385% chance of rain TUESDAYSunshine and nice; breezy in the afternoon70 / 480% chance of rain THURSDAYSunshine and nice; breezy in the afternoon72 / 5210% chance of rain WEDNESDAY 1 3 7 7 3 1 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent 050100150200300500 670-50 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 VENICE536981838175Air 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 0.38Ž Normal month to date 1.70Ž Year to date 3.02Ž Normal year to date 5.93Ž Record 1.50Ž (2004) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.23Ž Normal month to date 1.89Ž Year to date 1.87Ž Normal year to date 6.57Ž Record 1.50Ž (1983) High/Low 79/37 Normal High/Low 80/57 Record High 90 (1990) Record Low 37 (2018) High/Low 78/40 High/Low 73/43 Normal High/Low 77/58 Record High 88 (2003) Record Low 40 (1988)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. 0.38 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 3.02 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 74 63 pc 76 64 c Bradenton 75 60 s 77 64 s Clearwater 73 62 pc 76 64 s Coral Springs 83 60 s 85 63 s Daytona Beach 81 57 pc 80 58 pc Fort Lauderdale 81 63 s 82 65 s Fort Myers 81 61 s 82 63 s Gainesville 81 57 s 82 60 pc Jacksonville 81 57 pc 83 59 c Key Largo 79 67 s 80 67 pc Key West 80 70 pc 81 72 pc Lakeland 81 57 pc 82 61 s Melbourne 83 56 pc 83 62 s Miami 82 65 s 84 66 s Naples 79 63 s 80 64 s Ocala 80 54 s 82 59 pc Okeechobee 82 53 s 82 58 s Orlando 84 59 pc 85 62 s Panama City 75 62 pc 76 63 c Pensacola 77 64 t 78 67 c Pompano Beach 80 62 s 82 66 s St. Augustine 77 57 s 77 58 pc St. Petersburg 76 61 pc 78 63 s Sarasota 75 57 s 77 59 s Tallahassee 80 58 c 81 60 t Tampa 77 61 pc 79 63 s Vero Beach 82 53 s 82 56 s West Palm Beach 81 58 s 83 61 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 3:38a 10:34a 4:19p 10:32p Sun. 4:18a 10:59a 4:36p 11:11p Today 2:15a 8:50a 2:56p 8:48p Sun. 2:55a 9:15a 3:13p 9:27p Today 1:14a 7:43a 2:03p 7:29p Sun. 1:56a 8:10a 2:20p 8:14p Today 4:10a 11:03a 4:51p 11:01p Sun. 4:50a 11:28a 5:08p 11:40p Today 12:30a 7:29a 1:11p 7:27p Sun. 1:10a 7:54a 1:28p 8:06p SSE 4-8 0-1 Light SSW 6-12 0-1 LightFt. Myers 81/61 sun none Punta Gorda 81/55 sun none Sarasota 75/57 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. 2018New Mar 17 First Mar 24 Full Mar 31 Last Apr 8 Today 7:50 a.m. 7:58 p.m. Sunday 8:27 a.m. 8:55 p.m. Today 7:36 a.m. 7:38 p.m. Sunday 7:35 a.m. 7:39 p.m. Today 6:17a 12:06a 6:40p 12:28p Sun. 7:04a 12:52a 7:27p 1:16p Mon. 7:54a 1:42a 8:18p 2:06p Monterrey 93/64 Chihuahua 77/50 Los Angeles 61/46 Washington 45/31 New York 48/28 Miami 82/65 Atlanta 75/56 Detroit 47/27 Houston 86/67 Kansas City 51/36 Chicago 46/27 Minneapolis 49/31 El Paso 72/52 Denver 64/32 Billings 37/26 San Francisco 57/43 Seattle 55/40 Toronto 37/21 Montreal 19/7 Winnipeg 33/14 Ottawa 18/5 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: 03/17/18 Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun.Albuquerque 64 37 pc 52 30 sh Anchorage 38 30 pc 38 33 sn Atlanta 75 56 t 74 55 pc Baltimore 48 26 pc 53 27 s Billings 37 26 pc 39 26 sn Birmingham 79 55 t 74 59 c Boise 47 34 c 49 31 pc Boston 34 16 pc 33 18 s Buffalo 35 18 s 37 21 pc Burlington, VT 21 7 sf 25 11 pc Charleston, WV 44 27 r 55 33 pc Charlotte 70 48 sh 65 47 pc Chicago 46 27 pc 55 33 pc Cincinnati 45 27 r 55 35 s Cleveland 41 25 pc 49 28 s Columbia, SC 74 55 sh 74 51 pc Columbus, OH 43 25 i 53 30 pc Concord, NH 28 8 pc 29 11 s Dallas 82 65 pc 81 60 c Denver 64 32 s 55 27 c Des Moines 44 34 c 53 38 c Detroit 47 27 s 55 29 s Duluth 48 23 s 39 19 pc Fairbanks 34 20 s 33 25 sf Fargo 40 23 s 42 27 c Hartford 38 16 pc 36 19 s Helena 36 25 sf 36 20 sn Honolulu 85 73 pc 83 71 pc Houston 86 67 t 84 65 t Indianapolis 45 26 sh 55 35 pc Jackson, MS 80 60 t 79 63 r Kansas City 51 36 c 62 45 c Knoxville 75 47 t 65 49 c Las Vegas 60 44 c 62 46 s Los Angeles 61 46 pc 63 48 pc Louisville 57 36 r 59 43 c Memphis 76 48 pc 66 56 c Milwaukee 44 30 s 52 33 pc Minneapolis 49 31 s 47 33 pc Montgomery 81 60 t 81 64 c Nashville 77 46 sh 65 51 c New Orleans 77 64 t 79 67 c New York City 48 28 s 45 29 s Norfolk, VA 53 38 pc 50 34 pc Oklahoma City 68 46 pc 67 47 sh Omaha 47 31 c 56 39 c Philadelphia 50 29 s 49 28 s Phoenix 70 51 pc 67 47 pc Pittsburgh 42 23 pc 51 26 s Portland, ME 27 9 sf 30 12 s Portland, OR 54 40 c 54 39 c Providence 39 18 pc 38 19 s Raleigh 61 40 sh 58 40 pc Salt Lake City 49 33 sh 47 32 c St. Louis 53 38 c 57 43 c San Antonio 85 68 pc 86 62 pc San Diego 63 53 sh 63 52 pc San Francisco 57 43 c 58 45 pc Seattle 55 40 c 54 38 c Washington, DC 45 31 c 56 34 pc Amsterdam 33 24 sf 35 24 s Baghdad 73 51 s 78 55 s Beijing 40 32 c 58 35 pc Berlin 31 18 c 34 19 s Buenos Aires 80 66 t 75 49 sh Cairo 78 61 s 88 65 pc Calgary 33 22 sn 30 17 c Cancun 84 73 s 86 73 s Dublin 38 28 c 35 32 sf Edmonton 32 22 sf 32 15 c Halifax 28 16 sf 28 17 s Kiev 26 11 sn 19 12 sn London 37 31 sn 34 30 sf Madrid 52 38 sh 54 37 pc Mexico City 80 55 pc 82 54 pc Montreal 19 7 s 24 8 s Ottawa 18 5 s 24 7 s Paris 47 32 sh 39 29 sf Regina 31 17 c 29 15 c Rio de Janeiro 85 77 t 86 77 pc Rome 57 47 t 55 44 sh St. Johns 33 23 pc 32 23 sn San Juan 85 74 pc 85 72 pc Sydney 86 72 s 97 72 s Tokyo 51 45 s 60 52 c Toronto 37 21 s 44 18 pc Vancouver 50 36 pc 49 35 pc Winnipeg 33 14 s 34 16 cHigh ...................... 88 at McAllen, TXLow ............................ -13 at Ely, MN(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)60The Pilgrims sowed seeds at Plymouth Rock, Mass., on March 17, 1621. Q: What is the vernal equinox?A: The moment spring begins 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 80/58 83/55 84/58 83/58 83/58 84/57 84/55 83/53 84/55 77/61 75/60 76/64 76/60 81/61 80/57 81/55 82/58 82/57 82/57 82/57 82/58 81/57 80/58 76/61 81/57 72/62 76/60 75/59 82/56 76/60 75/60 81/56 75/57 73/62 75/63 80/61 79/61 79/59 administration, seeking people more likely to fall in line with his policies and tolerate his moods. The factionalism that de“ned the early days of his tenure has faded, and he has lost some of the close aides who could manage his volatile impulses. Trumps administration has set records for turnover among senior administration aides. Top economic adviser Gary Cohn and communications director Hope Hicks are leaving in coming weeks. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was just unceremoniously ousted. And Trump personal assistant John McEntee was removed from his job this week and escorted off White House grounds „ then quickly handed a job on Trumps re-election campaign. In private conversations in recent weeks, Trump has re”ected on his desire to reshape the administration. Though the drumbeat of the ongoing Russia probe has only grown louder, the president believes that his recent decisions on tariffs and North Korea have breathed new life into his administration, and he is eager to take more bold steps that make his own mark. He has told con“dants he wants to rid himself of staffers who hold him back. Trump chafes at McMasters demeanor, complaining that his aide lectures him, according to three current and former administration of“cials. Of“cials said personal tensions have led McMaster to be sidelined in some internal discussions, including a recent meeting on Venezuela sanctions, with Kelly taking on a more active role in foreign policy decisions. The president and McMaster have disagreed on a number of issues and the national security adviser has also clashed with Kelly and Defense Secretary James Mattis, according to the of“cials.EXODUSFROM PAGE 1 30,000 people ”ed the Turkish military offensive on Afrin, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. A man interviewed in Hamouria Friday on state-af“liated al-Ikhbariya TV said he had gone two days without food. Others said rebels hoarded food and humiliated civilians, even shooting people trying to leave. The United Nations has warned of a malnutrition crisis in eastern Ghouta, which human rights groups have blamed on the governments strangling blockade. Staffan de Mistura, the U.N. envoy for Syria, told the Security Council that although a six-day cease“re was largely holding in Douma, the largest city in eastern Ghouta, “ghting has escalated elsewhere in the rebel-held region where 400,000 people are estimated to be holed up, as well as in Afrin and across many other parts of Syria. In Afrin, the Turkish military urged civilians to leave and Syrian Kurdish militiamen to surrender to the besieging Turkish forces. The media of“ce for the Syrian Democratic Forces, a Kurdish-led and U.S.backed force that operates in the Kurdish autonomous region, said at least 30 people were wounded in Fridays attacks. Video posted by the Observatory showed victims lying dead in the streets in pools of blood. Since their January offensive began, Turkish forces have nearly encircled Afrin as they press their campaign to drive the Syrian Kurdish “ghters from the town and surrounding region, where tens of thousands of civilians are still believed trapped. On Friday, Turkish aircraft dropped ”yers in Arabic and Kurdish on Afrin, asking residents to stay away from terrorist positionsŽ „ a reference to the Syrian Kurdish “ghters „ and to not let themselves be used as human shields.Ž The lea”ets claimed that civilians seeking to ”ee Afrin would be guaranteed safety by the Turkish military and urged Syrian Kurdish “ghters to trust the hand we extend to you.Ž Come surrender! A calm and peaceful future awaits you in Afrin,Ž the lea”ets read. Meanwhile, the U.N. Security Council again demanded a cease-“re throughout Syria and backed a U.N.-endorsed roadmap for a peaceful transition and elections. Members reaf“rmed that U.N.-led talks in Geneva remain the central process to “nd a political solution.Ž Mistura, the U.N. envoy for Syria, told the council that he hasnt been able to form a committee to draft a new constitution because President Bashar Assads government hasnt engaged and we need to have comprehensive participation of all Syrian parties.Ž Ministers from Russia, Turkey and Iran also underscored the need for a political solution in a joint statement after a meeting in Astana, Kazakhstan, on Friday and urged international support for de Misturas efforts to form a constitutional committee.SYRIAFROM PAGE 1 adno=50531125

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 3 WORLD MOSCOW „ President Vladimir Putin has urged Russians to cast ballots in Sundays election, which he is certain to win, saying that the vote will shape the countrys future. Putin said in a televised address Friday that the will of the people, the will of each Russian citizen will determine the path the country will take.Ž The Russian leader, whose approval ratings top 80 percent, is set to easily win another six-year term against seven challengers, but the Kremlin has been concerned about voter apathy and has sought to boost turnout to make Putins victory as impressive as possible. Putin urged Russians to use their right to choose the future for the great Russia that we all love.Ž He warned that failure to cast a ballot would mean that this decisive choice will be made without your opinion taken into account.Ž On Friday, the “nal day of the campaign, he visited a medical center in St. Petersburg, his home city, promising to modernize the health care system. The president has traveled across Russia, pledging to raise wages, pour more funds into crumbling health care and education and modernize dilapidated infrastructure. He also has appealed to national pride, pointing at Western sanctions against Russia as a proof of efforts by the U.S. and its allies to isolate and weaken Russia. In a state-of-the-nation speech earlier this month, Putin said Russia has tested an array of new nuclear weapons that are impossible to intercept. He invited Russians to join an online contest for the best name for some of the weapons, a competition that drew hundreds of thousands of proposals. The presidential vote was set on the anniversary of Russias 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, which dramatically bolstered Putins popularity. Polls show that most Russians continue to see the takeover of Crimea as a major achievement despite the subsequent Western sanctions that contributed to a two-year recession. While the emotional effect from taking over Crimea is over ... it has continued to serve as a basis for uniting most Russians,Ž said Andrei Kolesnikov, an analyst with the Carnegie Moscow Center. People support Putin as a symbol of Russia, a symbol of its might.Ž Russia and Ukraine have remained in a tug-of-war over Crimeas annexation and Moscows support for separatist insurgents in eastern Ukraine. In a move that could help Putin further mobilize his support base, Ukraines Interior Minister Arsen Avakov declared Friday that Russian citizens in Ukraine wont be allowed to vote at polling stations in the Russian Embassy and consulates. Avakov pointed to the Russian annexation of Crimea and its support for the rebels in eastern Ukraine as reasons behind the decision. Russian election officials described the move a violation of international law. In Moscow, Ksenia Sobchak, a 36-year-old TV host who has campaigned on a liberal platform and criticized Putins policies, announced the creation of a new political party late Thursday. Addressing an enthusiastic crowd of mostly young supporters, Sobchak said the Party of Change that she will lead together with former lawmaker Dmitry Gudkov would seek to unite pro-reform forces. We stand for a broad coalition of democratic forces,Ž she said. Some see Sobchak, the daughter of Putins onetime patron, as a Kremlin project intended to add a democratic veneer to the vote and help split the ranks of Kremlin critics. Sobchak has denied collusion with the Kremlin and said she was ready to cooperate with Putins main foe, opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was barred from the race because of a criminal conviction widely seen as politically motivated. He should understand that we are working for the same thing,Ž Sobchak said. And now is not the time to bear personal grudges against me instead of the government.Ž Navalny has called for boycotting the vote. In a YouTube video aired late Thursday, he mocked Sobchak and other candidates, describing them as clownsŽ manipulated by the Kremlin, and called on his supporters to press for change by taking to the streets.Putin urges high voter turnout ahead of electionBy VLADIMIR ISACHENKOVASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTORussian President Vladimir Putin speaks at a youth forum Russia, Land of OpportunityŽ in Moscow, Russia, on Thursday. | INTERNATIONAL NEWS BRIEFSUN says 84 rights activists killed in Colombia last yearBOGOTA, Colombia (AP) „ The United Nations says 84 human rights activists were killed in Colombia last year as the country struggles to contain post con”ict violence. A peace deal signed in 2016 with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia has led to an overall decrease in homicides. But a report published Friday by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights says rights activists and social leaders are still being targeted by drug traf“ckers and smaller rebel groups that are vying for control of illegal businesses formerly controlled by FARC guerrillas. The 16-page report says several of the victims were killed over their support for substituting new crops for illegal coca and for making rural land reforms. French fraud body unveils huge Cotes-du-Rhone wine scamPARIS (AP) „ Frances anti-fraud body says it has uncovered a huge scam in which a merchant tried to sell more than 48 million liters of wine falsely labeled as Cotes-du-Rhone. The DGCRF said in its annual report Friday that the fraud encompassed the equivalent of 13 Olympic-sized swimming pools full of wine. About 20 million liters of the fake Cotes-duRhone were offered for sale between 2013 and 2016 through the scam, including 1 million liters bearing the prestigious Chateauneuf-du-Pape name. Investigators seized a 100,000-liter vat of the latter wine. The merchant, whose identity wasnt released, was handed preliminary charges of fraud and deception. He was freed on a 1 million euro ($1.2 million) bail and banned from working at his company.UN seeks nearly $1 billion for Rohingyas who fled MyanmarUNITED NATIONS (AP) „ The United Nations is appealing for nearly $1 billion for the humanitarian crisis sparked by the ”ight of about 700,000 Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to Bangladesh since August. U.N. deputy spokesman Farhan Haq told reporters Friday that urgent funding is required to meet life-saving and acute humanitarian needs of refugees, as well as affected host communities.Ž He says the appeal for $951 million aims to assist 1.3 million people, including 884,000 Rohingya refugees, tens of thousands of others who ”ed to Bangladesh previously and 336,000 Bangladeshis until the end of this year. Haq says over 16 million liters of safe water are needed every day for the Rohingya refugee population and 12,200 metric tons of food are required every month to sustain the refugee population. www.garysinisefoundation.org Our Mission Charlotta SorenstamDirector of Instructionadno=54515112 Heron Creek Golf & Country Club and Sunbelt Rentals are proudly hosting The Gary Sinise Foundation Charity Golf Tournament brought to you by the Atlanta Braves. April 12th, 2018 8:00 AM Shotgun Awards Luncheon after the tournament Call the Golf Shop at 941-423-6955 to sign up At the Gary Sinise Foundation, we serve our nation by honoring our defenders, veterans, “ rst responders, their families, and those in need. We do this by creating and supporting unique programs designed to entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities. 65 specially adapted smart homes for Americas most severely wounded Veterans will be completed or underway by the end of this year. 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Page 4 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 BUSINESS/STOCKS ABSmCpGrA m 56.45 -.99 +34.8AMGYackFocN d 21.33 -.17 +11.9 YacktmanI d 23.09 -.23 +11.6AberdeenIntlSmCpA m 32.00 -.22 +24.4AkreFocRetail m 34.46 +.06 +30.6AlgerSmCpGrB m 6.86 -.06 +25.6AlpinedynDivInstl d 4.19 -.04 +15.5AmanaMutGrInv b 36.77 -.21 +22.9 MutIncInv b 51.31 -.84 +13.8American CenturyCptlValInv 8.74 -.13 +5.7 HYMuniInv 9.58 +.01 +7.1 HeritageInv 23.89 -.15 +20.3 IntTrmTxFrBdInv 11.16 ... +3.0 UltraInv 47.08 -.52 +30.6American FundsAMCpA m 33.86 -.44 +22.8 AmrcnBalA m 27.16 -.32 +11.2 AmrcnHiIncA m 10.25 -.03 +4.6 AmrcnMutA x 40.87 -.75 +12.2 BdfAmrcA m 12.59 +.01 +1.0 CptWldGrIncA m 52.71 -.50 +19.7 CptlIncBldrA m 61.51 -1.02 +7.9 EuroPacGrA m 58.11 -.02 +24.1 FdmtlInvsA x 63.88 -1.04 +18.9 GlbBalA m 32.98 -.10 +11.0 GrfAmrcA m 53.26 -.68 +25.1 IncAmrcA m 23.02 -.36 +8.6 InvCAmrcA x 41.33 -.83 +15.3 NewWldA m 69.37 -.27 +24.8 NwPrspctvA m 45.73 -.45 +24.8 SmCpWldA m 57.91 -.50 +21.8 TheNewEcoA m 49.19 -.50 +33.5 WAMtInvsA x 46.03 -.97 +15.6BairdAggrgateBdInstl 10.61 +.02 +1.8 CorPlusBdInstl 10.96 +.01 +2.3BaronAsstRetail b 73.96 -.17 +23.4 GrRetail b 71.41 -.24 +22.3 PtnrsRetail b 53.72 -.19 +29.7BerkshireFoc d 26.36 +.09 +58.0BlackRockAlCpEngyRsInvA m 10.50 -.10 +.9 EqDivInstl 22.89 -.25 +12.0 GlbAllcIncInstl 20.01 -.11 +9.8 GlbAllcIncInvA m 19.89 -.11 +9.5 HYBdSvc b 7.69 -.03 +5.4 StrIncOpIns 9.95 -.02 +3.9 TactOppsInvA m 14.66 +.06 +10.3BruceBruce 516.48 +6.25 +7.1CGMFoc 54.69 -1.24 +16.1ClipperClipper 122.89 -2.30 +15.2ColumbiaLgCpValA m 14.55 -.17 +11.1DFAEMktCorEqI 24.04 -.07 +24.4 EmMktsValInstl 32.38 -.17 +21.1 FvYrGlbFIIns 10.80 +.01 +1.0 IntlCorEqIns 14.57 -.08 +19.4 IntlSmCoInstl 21.46 -.17 +21.6 IntlSmCpValIns 22.73 -.21 +17.5 IntlValInstl 20.41 -.02 +17.7 USCorEq1Instl 23.52 -.26 +18.0 USCorEqIIInstl 22.14 -.24 +16.4 USLgCpValInstl 39.59 -.55 +14.9 USSmCpInstl 36.68 -.16 +12.5 USSmCpValInstl 38.43 -.08 +9.7 USTrgtedValIns 25.20 -.17 +10.1Delaware InvStrategicIncA m 8.17 -.01 +3.7DeutscheCorEqA m 28.16 -.33 +18.5 CorEqS 28.47 -.33 +18.8 GNMAS 13.42 +.02 +.6Dodge & CoxBal 108.42 -1.04 +9.2 Inc 13.60 ... +2.5 IntlStk 46.87 -.55 +14.2 Stk 209.44 -3.08 +14.4DoubleLineTtlRetBdI 10.47 +.02 +2.4 TtlRetBdN b 10.46 +.02 +2.1DreyfusMidCpIdxInvs 37.99 -.25 +13.2 MnBd 11.53 ... +3.4 NYTxExBd 14.56 ... +3.0 OppcSmCpInv 37.65 -.48 +17.6 ShrtTrmIncD 10.19 -.01 +.6Eaton VanceDivBldrA m 14.76 -.19 +15.7EdgewoodGrInstl 33.06 -.07 +34.1FMICommonStk 27.05 -.20 +11.7 LgCp 21.95 -.26 +14.3FPACptl 34.56 +.05 -.1 Crescent d 35.39 -.47 +7.9FederatedHiIncBdA f 7.42 -.05 +3.7 IntlSmMidCoA m 40.91 -.35 +27.9 KaufmannA m 6.29 -.02 +31.7Fidelity500IdxIns 96.60 -1.17 +17.8 500IdxInsPrm 96.60 -1.17 +17.8 500IndexPrm 96.60 -1.17 +17.8 AsstMgr50% 18.44 -.07 +10.7 BCGrowth 95.43 -.65 +33.2 Balanced 24.38 -.16 +13.6 Canada 51.30 -.75 +5.6 Cap&Inc 10.29 -.05 +8.0 Contrafund 131.47 -1.68 +30.5 ContrafundK 131.41 -1.68 +30.6 DivGro 33.14 -.43 +14.4 DiversIntl 40.20 -.20 +18.1 EmMkts 22.56 -.17 +30.3 EmMkts 33.84 -.21 +35.4 EmergingAsia 46.47 -.06 +33.8 ExMktIdxPr 64.30 -.40 +17.0 Fidelity 47.95 -.61 +22.8 FocusedStock 24.94 -.12 +32.8 FourinOneIdx 45.26 -.32 +14.9 Frdm2020 16.78 -.06 +11.8 Frdm2025 14.62 -.06 +12.9 Frdm2030 18.42 -.10 +15.2 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn Mutual Funds Interest ratesThe yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose to 2.85 percent Friday. Yields affect interest rates on mortgages and other loans. NET 1YR TREASURIES LAST PVS CHG AGO 4.50 4.25 4.00 1.38 1.13 .88 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill 1.77 1.77 ... .72 6-month T-bill 1.94 1.94 ... .87 52-wk T-bill 2.05 2.04 +0.01 .99 2-year T-note 2.32 2.31 +0.01 1.34 5-year T-note 2.64 2.62 +0.02 2.05 7-year T-note 2.78 2.76 +0.02 2.35 10-year T-note 2.85 2.83 +0.02 2.54 30-year T-bond 3.08 3.06 +0.02 3.15 NET 1YR BONDS LAST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 1.86 1.86 ... 1.71 Barclays USAggregate 3.16 3.20 -0.04 2.71 Barclays US Corp 3.78 3.76 +0.02 3.42 Barclays US High Yield 6.18 6.20 -0.02 6.06 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.86 3.85 +0.01 4.07 10-Yr. TIPS .75 .72 +0.03 .51Commodities Energy futures rose Friday. U.S. crude, wholesale gasoline, heating oil and natural gas finished higher. Gold, silver and copper declined.Crude Oil (bbl) 62.34 61.19 +1.88 +3.2 Ethanol (gal) 1.49 1.51 -1.39 +12.3 Heating Oil (gal) 1.91 1.89 +1.00 -7.9 Natural Gas (mm btu) 2.69 2.68 +0.26 -9.0 Unleaded Gas (gal) 1.95 1.92 +1.10 +8.2 FUELS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Gold (oz) 1311.30 1316.80 -0.42 +0.4 Silver (oz) 16.20 16.35 -0.92 -5.0 Platinum (oz) 950.20 956.90 -0.70 +1.7 Copper (lb) 3.09 3.11 -0.58 -5.7 METALS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Cattle (lb) 1.21 1.22 -0.49 -1.4 Coffee (lb) 1.17 1.18 -0.59 -7.3 Corn (bu) 3.83 3.87 -1.03 +9.1 Cotton (lb) 0.83 0.84 -0.81 +5.4 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 489.10 530.00 -1.00 +9.2 Orange Juice (lb) 1.38 1.39 -0.36 +1.7 Soybeans (bu) 10.50 10.41 +0.84 +10.3 Wheat (bu) 4.68 4.79 -2.30 +9.5 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD USD per British Pound 1.3938 +.0006 +.04% 1.2358 Canadian Dollar 1.3104 +.0046 +.35% 1.3334 USD per Euro 1.2284 -.0019 -.15% 1.0749 Japanese Yen 106.10 -.14 -.13% 113.26 Mexican Peso 18.7091 -.0280 -.15% 19.1676 1YR. MAJORS CLOSE CHG %CHG AGO Israeli Shekel 3.4592 +.0141 +.41% 3.6275 Norwegian Krone 7.7226 +.0101 +.13% 8.5105 South African Rand 11.9596 +.0619 +.52% 12.7641 Swedish Krona 8.2001 +.0185 +.23% 8.8328 Swiss Franc .9529 +.0013 +.14% .9965 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST Australian Dollar 1.2966 +.0139 +1.07% 1.3038 Chinese Yuan 6.3357 +.0116 +.18% 6.8974 Hong Kong Dollar 7.8422 +.0003 +.00% 7.7617 Indian Rupee 65.083 +.063 +.10% 65.390 Singapore Dollar 1.3175 +.0037 +.28% 1.4011 South Korean Won 1070.72 +.69 +.06% 1128.06 Taiwan Dollar 29.11 -.04 -.14% 30.66 ASIA/PACIFICForeign Exchange The dollar lost ground Friday to the yen, British pound and Mexican peso. 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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.) NEW YORK „ On Monday, AT&T squares off against the federal government in a trial that could shape how you get „ and how much you pay for „ streaming TV and movies. AT&T says it needs to gobble up Time Warner if its to have a chance against the likes of Amazon, Net”ix and Google in the rapidly evolving world of video entertainment. The Justice Departments antitrust lawyers say that if AT&T and Time Warner are allowed to combine, consumers will end up paying more to watch their favorite shows, whether on a TV screen, smartphone or tablet. On one hand, the government is saying this is the Old World and AT&T Time Warner is saying this is the New World,Ž said Larry Downes, senior industry and innovation fellow at Georgetown University. Theyre arguing completely different views of how the content industries look right now, let alone in the future.Ž In October 2016, AT&T offered to buy Time Warner for $86 billion. Dallas-based AT&T Inc. provides wireless, broadband and DirecTV satellite services via phone and TV. New York-headquartered Time Warner owns the HBO, TNT, TBS and CNN networks and sports programing including Major League Baseballs playoffs and the NCAAs March Madness basketball tournament. The government sued to block the deal this past November.AT&Ts caseAlmost 60 percent of Americans still get TV primarily from traditional cable services, according to a Pew Research Center report. But that is starkly divided by age. About 61 percent of people aged 18 to 29 primarily use streaming services „ compared with 10 percent of people aged 50 to 64. AT&T says the merger is necessary to compete as more people use streaming services like Net”ix, Amazon and others. It denies the governments assertion that the merger will limit choice and lead to higher prices for consumers. Blocking the transaction would deny consumers these bene“ts and shield large, vertically integrated “rms such as Comcast/NBCU, Net”ix, Google, Amazon, and Facebook from new competition on their own turf,Ž the company wrote in its pre-trial brief.The governments caseThe government brushes off the argument that the proposed purchase is about offering consumers more choice. Instead, it says, the deal will lead to less competition and innovation while bringing higher prices for consumers, as AT&T could withhold Time Warner programming from other distributors or offer it more cheaply only on its own network. The Justice Department is similarly dismissive of the notion that the mega-merger could promote competition to big internet players such as Google and Net”ix, noting that most people still watch TV via traditional cable boxes.The outcomeThe real fundamental thing this trial will decide is how much room does the media industry have to use scale to combat the internet giants that are eating their lunch right now,Ž said B. Riley FBR analyst Barton Crockett. If the judge blocks the deal, a chill over media deal-making is likely. Big internet players like Amazon or Google could decide to keep building up their own content offerings rather than growing them by acquisitions. But if the court lets the deal go through, it could easily spur a wave of similar deals as other distributors „ think major cable, satellite and phone companies „ bulk up with entertainment purchases in order to compete against rivals born on the internet. A middle-ground compromise is also possible if AT&T loses this round. The company could agree to sell off some businesses or comply with other restrictions in order to win approval for the merger.A media giant in the balance: AT&T antitrust trial kicks offBy MAE ANDERSONAP TECHNOLOGY WRITER MIAMI „ Last Friday, Uber quietly increased rates for rides in Florida and Louisiana. In Miami, the rates rose by about 10 percent. According to data compiled by Harry Campbell, publisher of TheRideShareGuy.com, passengers will now pay $1.05 per mile and $0.16 per minute, compared with $0.91 per mile and $0.13 per minute. That means a ride in an UberX or UberPool from MIA Airport to South Beach now starts at $22, and $23 to $24 on the way back. Thats $2-$4 more than the previous rate, according to several online estimates. Uber did not specify why Florida and Louisiana were chosen for the increases. In the past, Uber has said South Florida riders make disproportionate use of Ubers cheaper Pool option. Over 1.5 million riders took a trip with Uber in Miami in the past three months, including ones from 79 countries. Uber has more than 100,000 drivers across Florida. TheRideShareGuys Campbell says he believes this is the “rst time Uber has increased passenger rates throughout a state in at least three years. Not all riders may have noticed. But many drivers sure did. Thats because Uber is not substantively increasing drivers compensation, even though riders will now be paying about a dollar more per ride. According to RideShareGuy.com, drivers saw an increase of only about 1 cent per mile or minute. Its the arrogance,Ž Vincent Kuzmicki, an Uber driver based in Fort Lauderdale who has been driving for more than two years. He compared the situation to a fast food company saying they would be increasing the price of a burger by 25 cents but not raising the minimum wage. Drivers are just supposed to be accepting of whatever they do,Ž he said. Said Uber Miami spokesman Javi Correoso via an email, what we collect from this small increase in rates will help us continue to make the Uber experience better for everyone. We noti“ed riders and drivers of these changes when they were made.Ž Correoso said Uber does not believe this change will impact the amount drivers earn per trip. He declined to say whether Uber has plans for rate increases elsewhere, saying it is always evaluating (its) pricing structure.Ž According to a survey of 28 Miami area Uber drivers recently conducted by Campbell, Miami drivers earn $14.80 per hour before expenses „ less than the national average of $16.93.Uber just raised rates on Florida riders. But drivers are the ticked off onesBy ROB WILEMIAMI HERALD AP PHOTOOn Monday, AT&T squares o against the federal government in a trial that could shape how you get, and how much you pay, for streaming TV and movies.

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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-1.54% (wkly)t 4-wk. -1.08%s YTD 0.92%VNasdaq-1.04% (wkly)s 4-wk. 3.35%s YTD 8.38%VS&P 500-1.24% (wkly)s 4-wk. 0.72%s YTD 2.93%VS&P mid-cap-0.69% (wkly)s 4-wk. 1.81%s YTD 1.85%VRussell 200 0 -0.69% (wkly)s 4-wk. 2.75%s YTD 3.29% 6.46 3.14 NobleCorp .08 dd 4.11 -.16 -9.1 35.74 22.99 NobleEngy .40 30 29.40 -1.68 +0.9 6.65 4.51 NokiaCp .17e ... 5.73 -.16 +23.0 8.68 1.82 NordicAm .41e dd 2.28 +.05 -7 .3 157 .15 109.27 NorflkSo 2.88f 21 138.59 -6.94 -4.4 359.43 233.20 NorthropG 4.40f 36 338.63 -11.01 +10.3 17 .78 14.95 NwstBcsh .68f 18 17 .17 -.02 +2.6 69.50 51.50 NwstNG 1.88 dd 57 .00 +2.15 -4.4 94.19 72.67 Novartis 2.75e 17 82.06 -.70 -2.3 2.75 .73 Novavax ... dd 2.16 +.10 +74.2 58.37 33.10 NovoNord .96e ... 50.44 -.43 -6.0 75.00 52.19 NuSkin 1.47f 35 74.25 +1.88 +8.8 70.48 51.67 Nucor 1.52f 26 66.59 -.57 +4.7 55.10 14.38 Nutanix n ... ... 53.74 +4.65 +52.3 14.46 13.03 NuvDivA .85a q 13.03 -.01 -7 .3 18.59 15.81 Nv AMT-Fr .78a q 15.86 ... -8.1 10.75 9.60 NvPfdInco .80 q 9.84 ... -4.8 14.54 13.01 NuvEqtP 1.00 q 13.47 -.12 -5.5 254.50 95.49 Nvidia .60 61 250.48 +5.15 +29.4 30.80 20.45 NxStageMd ... dd 24.00 -.37 -0.9 37 .32 29.59 OGE Engy 1.33 17 32.00 +.65 -2.8 5.91 3.90 OaktrSpL .34m dd 4.32 -.09 -11.7 9.20 7 .03 OaktStInco .56m 10 7 .81 +.07 -7 .0 15.27 6.69 OasisPet ... dd 8.25 -.08 -1.9 78.09 57 .20 OcciPet 3.08 cc 64.45 +.78 -12.5 29.51 24.02 OceanFst .60 17 27 .67 -.36 +5.4 10.93 5.61 Oclaro ... 12 9.93 +2.08 +47 .3 6.26 2.27 OfficeDpt .10 5 2.36 -.10 -33.3 18.88 15.38 OldNBcp .52 25 17 .85 -.35 +2.3 22.34 17 .92 OldRepub .78f 18 21.30 -.04 -0.4 38.84 27 .79 Olin .80 9 31.14 -1.87 -12.5 35.14 24.90 OmegaHlt 2.64f 10 27 .61 +.43 +0.3 27 .10 13.65 OnSmcnd ... 14 25.87 -.72 +23.5 61.36 47 .14 ONEOK 3.08f 42 57 .81 +.50 +8.2 8.54 2.66 OpkoHlth ... dd 3.60 +.01 -26.5 53.48 43.60 Oracle .76 22 52.27 -.70 +10.6 60.42 30.25 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1.23 .54 PengthE g .04 dd .65 -.02 -18.6 33.30 14.89 PnnNtGm ... 49 26.66 -.59 -14.9 8.20 6.29 PennantPk .72 8 6.83 -.09 -1.2 6.30 2.35 Penney ... 8 3.12 -.15 -1.3 54.83 38.33 Penske 1.36f 11 46.13 -1.31 -3.6 74.84 59.13 Pentair 1.38 23 72.74 +.92 +3.0 20.26 15.97 PeopUtdF .69 22 19.80 -.35 +5.9 122.51 106.19 PepsiCo 3.22 23 111.64 -.90 -6.9 84.49 56.21 PerkElm .28 26 77 .34 -1.88 +5.8 95.93 63.68 Perrigo .76f dd 84.23 -.72 -3.4 13.92 6.96 PetrbrsA ... ... 13.02 -.71 +32.5 14.93 7 .61 Petrobras ... ... 14.10 -.61 +37 .0 39.43 31.67 Pfizer 1.28 15 36.78 +.01 +1.5 123.55 96.66 PhilipMor 4.28 22 103.46 -4.84 -2.1 42.35 31.33 PhilipsNV .88e ... 40.21 +.85 +6.4 107 .47 75.14 Phillips66 2.80 22 95.79 -.12 -5.3 10.89 9.94 PimIncStr2 .96 q 10.42 +.02 -0.1 92.42 73.81 PinWst 2.78f 18 77 .97 +1.59 -8.5 192.93 125.46 PioNtrl .32f cc 169.34 -2.19 -2.0 16.25 9.50 PitnyBw .75 8 12.43 -.44 +11.2 31.93 18.38 PlainsAAP 2.20 29 21.96 -.51 +6.4 137 .66 77 .91 Polaris 2.40f 35 123.13 +.40 -0.7 47 .48 32.43 PolyOne .70f 20 43.23 -1.52 -0.6 175.21 129.40 PwShs QQQ 1.52e q 171.02 -2.14 +9.8 166.95 115.67 Praxair 3.30f 35 154.32 -5.77 -0.2 75.59 59.25 PrinFncl 2.04f 13 62.11 -.94 -12.0 63.45 46.90 ProAssur 1.24a 28 50.00 -.40 -12.5 190.52 82.43 PrUltPQ s ... q 177 .12 -6.61 +27 .7 87 .00 8.52 PUVixST rs ... q 14.36 +.69 +40.6 139.47 9.53 ProShtVx s ... q 12.91 -.32 -89.9 94.67 77 .90 ProctGam 2.76 21 78.97 -1.32 -14.1 55.76 35.66 PrUShSP rs ... q 38.12 +.97 -7 .1 19.93 10.37 PUShtQQQ ... q 10.88 +.24 -18.7 39.64 14.46 PShtQQQ rs ... q 15.54 +.52 -27 .8 18.07 9.19 PUShtSPX ... q 10.06 +.38 -11.5 9.45 5.51 ProspctCap .72 8 6.55 -.03 -2.8 13.30 1.41 Proteos n ... ... 7 .29 +3.17 +25.0 127 .14 97 .88 Prudentl 3.60f 11 108.65 -1.65 -5.5 53.28 41.67 PSEG 1.80f 17 49.29 +2.24 -4.3 232.21 180.48 PubStrg 6.80 22 198.01 +.05 -5.3 35.21 21.41 PulteGrp .36 17 29.38 -.57 -11.6 7 .72 6.89 PMMI .44 q 7 .04 -.01 -5.0 13.15 7 .02 QEP Res .08 26 9.24 -.06 -3.4 69.28 48.92 Qualcom 2.28 dd 60.62 -2.41 -5.3 34.91 11.33 Qudian n ... ... 14.94 -.91 +19.1 112.97 90.10 QstDiag 1.80 22 104.35 -2.64 +5.9 119.33 66.06 RLauren 2.00 19 109.15 +3.31 +5.3 30.30 11.93 RangeRs .08 16 15.11 -.61 -11.4 40.85 26.35 RavenInds .52 33 33.60 -4.60 -2.2 35.94 26.84 Rayonier 1.00 38 35.56 +.79 +12.4 222.82 148.65 Raytheon 3.19 30 210.08 -4.73 +12.3 62.31 47 .25 RltyInco 2.53 29 51.47 +.60 -9.7 17 .45 14.29 RedwdTr 1.12 11 15.35 +.30 +3.6 543.55 313.53 Regenrn ... 31 343.30 +1.60 -8.7 20.21 13.00 RegionsFn .36 20 19.63 -.48 +13.6 95.97 68.46 RelStlAl 2.00f 20 90.76 -1.36 +5.8 46.81 29.56 Replgn ... 52 36.75 -.52 +1.3 11.38 8.51 ResCap rs .20 dd 9.67 +.42 +3.2 68.89 53.54 RestBrnds .84f 21 57 .69 -1.19 -6.2 22.06 16.21 RetailOpp .78f 52 17 .70 +.27 -11.3 4.87 1.38 RiteAid ... ... 1.61 -.13 -18.3 210.72 148.31 RockwlAut 3.34 27 183.98 -5.15 -6.3 139.63 95.62 RockColl 1.32 21 135.87 -1.95 +0.2 184.00 80.35 Rogers ... 38 137 .54 -.81 -15.1 290.42 203.50 Roper 1.65 32 286.67 +1.63 +10.7 87 .10 66.66 RoyalBk g 3.76f ... 78.09 -1.30 -4.4 135.65 93.86 RylCarb 2.40 17 124.75 -1.87 +4.6 74.60 53.10 RoyDShllB 3.76 96 63.44 -.79 -7 .1 72.43 51.08 RoyDShllA 3.76 94 62.17 -1.08 -6.8S-T-U 43.17 31.72 S&T Bcp .88 17 42.70 +.36 +7 .3 71.28 34.76 SCANA 2.45 10 40.21 +1.08 +1.1 109.95 89.46 SLGreen 3.25f 42 98.94 -.67 -2.0 28.20 12.29 SM Energy .10 dd 17 .91 -.21 -18.9 265.93 203.64 SpdrDJIA 3.98e q 249.10 -4.46 +0.7 129.52 114.80 SpdrGold ... q 124.60 -.94 +0.8 286.63 231.61 S&P500ETF 4.13e q 274.20 -4.67 +2.8 37 .46 35.35 SpdrLehHY 2.30 q 35.97 -.12 -2.0 65.33 49.31 SpdrS&P RB .74e q 63.95 -1.08 +8.7 49.09 37 .72 SpdrRetl s .49e q 44.74 -.71 -1.0 40.20 28.96 SpdrOGEx .73e q 34.42 -.35 -7 .4 50.00 33.50 SabnR 2.29m 20 43.00 +1.16 -3.6 80.25 41.28 Saia Inc ... 37 76.30 +.20 +7 .8 19.95 16.45 StJoe ... 59 19.60 +.30 +8.6 128.87 80.50 Salesforce ... cc 125.97 -1.44 +23.2 21.36 14.05 SallyBty ... 11 17 .15 -.34 -8.6 10.54 6.04 SJuanB .73e 19 8.97 +.31 +8.9 50.65 38.14 Sanofi 1.58e ... 40.96 +.57 -4.7 80.89 61.02 Schlmbrg 2.00 45 66.10 -2.68 -1.9 58.11 37 .16 Schwab .40f 35 55.71 -1.99 +8.4 4.69 2.17 ScorpioTk .04 ... 2.19 -.03 -28.2 1.68 .15 SeadrillLtd ... 1 .25 -.02 +8.2 14.32 1.99 SearsHldgs ... dd 2.32 -.24 -35.2 7 .91 5.02 Seaspan .50 10 6.86 +1.12 +1.6 122.98 100.63 SempraEn 3.58f 21 113.02 +3.94 +5.7 22.52 14.90 SenHous 1.56 11 16.29 +.27 -14.9 435.15 305.70 Sherwin 3.40 31 409.03 -12.13 -0.2 15.98 12.30 ShipFin 1.40 12 14.40 -.05 -7 .1 10.59 3.79 SibanyeG .14r ... 3.88 -.32 -23.2 77 .94 37 .42 SignetJwlrs 1.24f 6 38.68 -10.22 -31.6 176.17 150.15 SimonProp 7 .80f 21 157 .13 +.56 -8.5 6.62 4.73 SiriusXM .04 36 6.48 -.06 +20.9 117 .65 93.05 SkywksSol 1.28 25 110.63 -2.93 +16.5 139.10 99.57 Smucker 3.12 17 125.84 -4.08 +1.3 24.40 11.28 SnapInc A n 3.28 ... 17 .01 -.87 +16.4 185.47 140.83 SnapOn 2.84 16 152.90 -.48 -12.3 92.01 45.60 SodaStrm ... 34 91.46 +5.50 +30.0 22.94 19.70 SolarCap 1.64 12 20.63 -.02 +2.1 55.77 47 .00 SonocoP 1.56 20 48.16 -.84 -9.4 53.91 31.32 SonyCp ... ... 50.64 -.76 +12.7 10.65 1.50 SorrentoTh ... dd 7 .75 -.20 +103.9 42.97 37 .02 SourcC 1.00f q 41.65 -.27 +2.2 38.40 25.96 SoJerInd s 1.09 24 28.04 +1.10 -10.2 53.51 42.38 SouthnCo 2.32 49 44.19 +.43 -8.1 66.99 49.76 SwstAirl .50f 10 60.90 +1.20 -7 .0 8.94 3.42 SwstnEngy ... 5 4.46 +.11 -20.1 9.22 4.91 Sprint ... 3 5.36 +.06 -9.0 55.54 16.11 Square n ... ... 54.89 +2.40 +58.3 64.17 51.04 SP Matls .98e q 59.15 -2.17 -2.3 91.79 72.33 SP HlthC 1.01e q 85.39 -1.12 +3.3 58.95 52.43 SP CnSt 1.28e q 53.25 -1.35 -6.4 78.39 61.80 SP Engy 2.04e q 67 .31 -1.14 -6.9 30.33 22.89 SPDR Fncl .46e q 28.87 -.83 +3.4 80.96 63.55 SP Inds 1.12e q 76.58 -1.87 +1.2 71.34 52.33 SP Tech .78e q 69.61 -.90 +8.9 57 .23 47 .37 SP Util 1.55e q 50.25 +.85 -4.6 176.62 128.08 StanBlkDk 2.52 22 159.04 -.94 -6.3 11.70 9.00 StarGas .44 14 9.15 -.30 -14.9 64.87 52.58 Starbucks s 1.20 28 59.00 +.54 +2.7 114.27 75.27 StateStr 1.68 20 106.87 -2.96 +9.5 50.70 32.15 StlDynam .75f 19 46.95 +.61 +8.9 170.00 129.82 Stryker 1.88 28 167 .51 +1.10 +8.2 27 .44 22.71 SubPpne 2.40 34 23.80 +.20 -1.7 96.08 78.78 SunCmts 2.84f cc 90.31 +1.35 -2.7 70.83 34.17 SunHydrl .36a 47 55.45 -.84 -14.3 73.37 51.96 SunTrst 1.60 18 71.53 -1.32 +10.7 34.20 24.94 Symantec .30 14 27 .37 -.48 -2.5 40.59 26.01 Synchrony .60 14 35.20 -2.08 -8.8 53.14 37 .95 SynovusFn 1.00f 21 52.74 +.23 +10.0 64.27 48.85 Sysco 1.44 24 60.12 -1.16 -1.0 61.74 38.20 TC PpLn 4.00 11 35.75 -13.75 -32.7 84.79 66.44 TJX 1.25f 20 81.41 -1.26 +6.5 46.57 31.49 TaiwSemi .73e 9 44.97 +.38 +13.4 129.25 56.50 TakeTwo ... 66 107 .29 -9.32 -2.3 53.40 37 .92 Tapestry 1.35 33 52.77 +.28 +19.3 78.70 48.56 Target 2.48 13 70.99 +.50 +8.8 67 .19 44.78 Taubmn 2.62f 20 57 .38 +.84 -12.3 44.65 22.70 Teladoc n ... ... 41.25 -1.90 +18.4 67 .04 50.73 Tenneco 1.00 9 55.11 -.97 -5.9 42.84 27 .05 Teradata ... 25 42.01 -.39 +9.2 98.76 75.20 TerraNitro 5.15e 10 83.60 -.14 +4.7 389.61 242.78 Tesla Inc ... dd 321.35 -5.82 +3.2 33.82 10.85 TevaPhrm .73e 6 18.37 -.81 -3.1 120.75 75.92 TexInst 2.48 31 109.97 -1.56 +5.3 60.43 40.28 TexRdhse 1.00f 32 58.70 +.60 +11.4 26.50 9.60 Textainer .96 dd 19.45 +1.35 -9.5 62.19 45.00 Textron .08 48 58.83 -1.57 +4.0 226.44 151.74 ThermoFis .68f 26 210.44 -7 .28 +10.8 23.70 7 .92 3D Sys ... 50 12.40 +.35 +43.5 259.77 188.62 3M Co 5.44f 30 237 .22 -4.13 +0.8 111.44 84.15 Tiffany 2.00 25 97 .51 -4.25 -6.2 103.90 85.88 TimeWarn 1.61 16 96.28 +1.02 +5.3 55.65 41.78 Timken 1.08 18 45.70 -1.00 -7 .0 93.60 73.99 Torchmark .64f 7 85.59 -1.75 -5.6 61.06 45.18 TorDBk gs 2.68f ... 58.03 -1.17 -0.9 59.57 48.15 Total SA 2.71e ... 57 .78 +1.31 +4.5 140.99 103.62 Toyota ... ... 129.91 +.21 +2.2 13.04 7 .20 Transocn ... dd 9.88 +.30 -7 .5 150.55 113.76 Travelers 2.88f 19 141.32 -.98 +4.2 28.32 22.63 TriContl 1.07e q 27 .24 -.05 +1.1 52.89 48.56 TriCntl pf 2.50 ... 50.12 +.75 -0.6 49.00 27 .27 TriNetGrp ... 34 46.74 -2.05 +5.4 38.25 25.01 Trinity .52 7 32.79 -.95 -12.5 29.50 19.30 TrueBlue ... 17 27 .85 -.10 +1.3 9.70 7 .25 TrstNY .26 19 9.00 +.05 -2.2 74.36 47 .66 Tuppwre 2.72 dd 49.11 -2.00 -21.7 39.13 24.81 21stCFoxA .36 17 37 .14 -.41 +7 .6 36.80 14.12 Twitter ... dd 35.58 +.23 +48.2 90.81 36.18 2U ... dd 89.56 +1.71 +38.8 40.71 32.88 UDR 1.24 22 35.96 +.72 -6.6 52.00 42.51 UGI Corp 1.00 9 44.16 +.48 -5.9 34.59 13.83 UltraClean ... 9 20.66 -.60 -10.5 12.39 3.43 UltPetro n ... ... 4.70 +.48 -48.1 23.46 11.40 UndrArm s ... 28 16.19 -.86 +12.2 176.15 133.00 UniFirst .15 29 158.05 -4.50 -4.2 61.62 49.27 UnilevNV 1.43e ... 53.03 -1.95 -5.8 143.05 101.06 UnionPac 2.92f 10 137 .16 -.12 +2.3 26.82 15.29 Unit ... 10 19.51 -.77 -11.3 83.04 56.51 UtdContl ... 11 70.88 -.67 +5.2 135.53 102.12 UPS B 3.64f 19 110.91 +.53 -6.9 190.74 100.62 UtdRentals ... 11 186.29 -3.11 +8.4 58.50 49.54 US Bancrp 1.20 15 53.26 -2.02 -0.6 13.30 8.65 US OilFd ... q 12.55 +.08 +4.5 47 .64 18.55 USSteel .20 23 39.96 -3.73 +13.6 139.24 109.10 UtdTech 2.80 22 128.33 -5.74 +0.6 250.79 162.74 UtdhlthGp 3.00 23 227 .86 +2.43 +3.4 27 .78 13.81 UnitGrp 2.40 67 17 .37 +.73 -2.4 75.70 45.95 UnvslCp 2.20 36 48.00 -2.75 -8.6 58.73 43.55 UnumGrp .92 2 50.28 -.91 -8.4 2.00 .96 UraniumEn ... dd 1.34 -.06 -24.3V-W-X-Y-Z 4.47 2.61 VEON .28e ... 2.66 -.01 -30.7 84.38 51.22 VF Corp 1.84f 42 75.46 +1.87 +2.0 21.33 18.49 VICI Pr n ... ... 19.42 -.18 -7 .0 14.67 7 .47 Vale SA .29e ... 12.80 -.09 +4.7 24.43 8.31 ValeantPh ... 5 16.73 +1.35 -19.5 13.38 10.61 VlyNBcp .44 23 13.10 -.06 +16.8 25.58 20.84 VanEGold .06e q 21.43 -.14 -7 .8 24.33 18.11 VnEkRus .01e q 22.81 -.67 +7 .5 114.55 76.25 VnEkSemi .58e q 111.41 -.52 +13.9 31.54 21.70 VEckOilSvc .47e q 24.53 -.51 -5.8 38.22 29.33 VanE JrGld ... q 31.41 -.31 -8.0 86.14 72.05 VangREIT 3.08e q 76.56 +.98 -7 .7 108.99 88.73 VangDivAp 1.82e q 103.93 -1.43 +1.9 50.99 39.26 VangEmg 1.10e q 47 .85 -.58 +4.2 47 .89 38.78 VangFTSE 1.10e q 44.89 -.21 +0.1 69.86 56.86 Vectren 1.80 25 64.32 +3.61 -1.1 72.36 47 .97 Ventas 3.16 14 50.15 +.46 -16.4 8.94 6.62 Vereit .55 12 7 .05 +.04 -9.5 126.50 85.62 Verisign ... 34 125.92 +5.46 +10.0 54.77 42.80 VerizonCm 2.36 7 48.56 -.45 -8.3 61.85 42.05 ViadCorp .40 27 55.05 -.20 -0.6 11.89 8.34 Viavi ... 21 10.11 -.53 +15.7 19.14 7 .79 Vipshop ... 37 18.16 +.18 +54.9 126.88 87 .85 Visa s .84f 41 124.53 +.02 +9.2 23.85 15.40 VishayInt .27f dd 19.65 -.13 -5.3 21.20 14.50 VistraEn n ... ... 20.43 -.26 +11.5 165.00 85.45 VMware ... 62 124.47 -1.37 -0.7 32.75 25.17 Vodafone 1.77e ... 28.50 -.54 -10.7 141.20 108.95 VulcanM 1.12f 25 117 .12 -4.08 -8.8 134.40 100.60 WD 40 2.16f 35 133.70 +1.95 +13.3 70.09 58.92 WEC Engy 2.21f 20 62.45 +1.90 -6.0 72.41 59.23 WP Carey 4.06f 17 62.44 +.87 -9.4 16.09 8.39 WPX Engy ... dd 13.92 -.55 -1.1 23.82 16.11 WaddellR 1.84 14 20.07 -.53 -10.2 109.98 69.33 WalMart 2.08f 20 89.17 +.45 -9.7 87 .79 63.82 WalgBoots 1.60 13 67 .57 -3.03 -7 .0 33.96 24.92 WREIT 1.20 26 26.65 +.30 -14.4 89.73 70.09 WsteMInc 1.85f 40 86.39 -.82 +0.1 220.20 153.04 Waters ... 32 213.18 +.48 +10.3 6.86 2.42 WeathfIntl ... dd 2.58 -.06 -38.1 60.32 44.04 WebsterFn 1.04 23 57 .49 +.41 +2.4 77 .19 14.12 WtWatch ... 61 66.99 +3.41 +51.3 35.62 25.96 WeinRlt 1.54 10 27 .97 +.51 -14.9 66.31 49.27 WellsFargo 1.56 13 55.90 -2.33 -7 .9 78.17 51.63 Welltower 3.49 12 54.00 +.44 -15.3 17 .66 13.03 Wendys Co .34f 18 17 .10 -.42 +4.1 57 .32 47 .06 WestarEn 1.60 23 51.10 +1.35 -3.2 12.10 11.10 WAstInfSc .38 q 11.48 -.05 -2.6 106.30 71.38 WDigital 2.00 12 106.45 +6.90 +33.8 22.21 18.39 WstnUnion .76f 11 20.04 +.06 +5.4 27 .05 22.17 WestpacBk 1.52e ... 22.83 -.95 -6.4 71.55 49.23 WestRck 1.72 19 66.37 -.70 +5.0 37 .89 30.95 Weyerhsr 1.28f 31 35.82 +.96 +1.6 202.99 156.37 Whrlpl 4.40 29 159.82 -4.24 -5.2 33.67 24.76 WmsCos 1.36f 10 27 .21 -.79 -10.8 44.06 32.74 WillmsPtrs 2.40 43 36.19 -.67 -6.7 36.59 31.43 WT MCD s ... q 34.83 -.13 -1.3 89.30 65.22 Woodward .57f 27 74.03 -.88 -3.3 39.09 19.12 WldW Ent .48 71 36.98 -1.12 +20.9 53.27 39.52 Worthgtn .84 16 44.92 -.21 +2.0 203.63 101.50 Wynn 2.00 51 184.76 -4.13 +9.6 56.39 33.77 XL Grp .88 dd 55.33 -.12 +57 .4 52.22 41.51 XcelEngy 1.44 19 44.13 +1.23 -8.3 37 .42 26.64 Xerox rs 1.00 39 31.10 +1.18 +6.7 78.02 54.99 Xilinx 1.40 40 76.03 -.17 +12.8 17 .61 7 .36 YRC Wwde ... dd 9.60 -.51 -33.2 3.80 2.21 Yamana g .02 dd 2.60 -.02 -16.7 9.30 1.44 Yld10Bio rs ... dd 2.16 +.40 +22.0 39.86 27 .45 YorkWater .67 31 31.60 +.65 -6.8 86.93 62.85 YumBrnds 1.20 30 83.50 +.55 +2.3 23.70 6.30 Zagg ... 26 13.40 +.80 -27 .4 49.42 24.49 Zendesk ... dd 46.92 +.98 +38.7 133.49 108.03 ZimmerBio .96 16 116.83 -4.03 -3.2 85.54 52.25 Zoetis .50 39 84.60 +.08 +17 .4 4.34 2.71 Zynga ... 96 3.82 +.10 -4.5 STOCKS LISTING CHANGE REQUESTS WELCOME!The Sun Newspaper is tweaking the way stocks are listed in the daily paper. 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Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 ENTERTAINMENT/TV GRID MAR. 17PRIME TIME N E V N E R A S C P C R A G P S S O I F 6 PM6:307 PM7:308 PM8:309 PM9:3010 PM10:3011 PM11:30 T S A C D A O R BABC E F 40777107-7ABC World News Tonight(N)News News; weather; more. (N)Fish Mavericks James Brown Chris ODonnell. 20/20 A shows revival. (R) (HD)Deception: Pilot Scandal ruins a magicians career. (TVPG) (R) (HD)For the People: Pilot Six young lawyers face one another. (TVPG) (R)ABC7 News @ 11pm (N)Paid Program Sponsored. ABC E F 26---7117-ABC World News Tonight(N)ABC7 News @ 6:30pm (N)Men Alan as Charlie. (TV14) (N)Men Dating older woman.(N)20/20 A shows revival. (R) (HD)Deception: Pilot Scandal ruins a magicians career. (TVPG) (R) (HD)For the People: Pilot Six young lawyers face one another. (TVPG) (R)ABC7 News @ 11:00pm(N)Major Crimes Past actions. 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(R) (HD)The Beguiled (17, Drama) aaa An injured Union soldier in a girls school creates new tension and rivalries. Here and Now: From Sun Up to Sun Down Farid struggles.(TVMA) (R)High Maintenance: #Goalz (R) (:05) Wonder Woman (17) aaac Princess of the Amazons leads battle. HBO2303303303303303303402High Maintenance: Derech High Maintenance: Scromple High Maintenance: Googie(:43) High Maintenance: Ghost(:08) High Maintenance: #Goalz(:40) Ouija: Origin of Evil (16, Horror) aaa Evil spirit attaches itself to young girl following use of Ouija board.(:20) Split (17) aaac James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy. A man with dissociative identity disorder kidnaps three teenage girls. (PG-13) (HD) HBO3304304304304304304404(4:50) Sex and the City (08) aa A writer prepares for her wedding. (R) (:20) (500) Days of Summer (09, Comedy) aaac Joseph Gordon-Levitt. A man fights for a woman who does not believe love and relationships last. Get Out (17, Horror) aaac Daniel Kaluuya. 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Would You Rather (12, Horror) aa When her brother suffers from an illness, a girl risks her life to help him.(:35) Last Girl Standing (15) The lone survivor of a violent massacre struggles to reclaim her damaged life. 6 PM6:307 PM7:308 PM8:309 PM9:3010 PM10:3011 PM11:30 Saturday TelevisionVEN-VENICE E-N-ENGLEWOOD SAR-SARASOTA PC-PORT CHARLOTTE ARC-ARCADIA SPG-SOUTH PUNTA GORDATodays Live Sports8 a.m. FS1 FA Cup Soccer Quarter“nal Tottenham Hotspur at Swansea City. (L) 10:30 a.m. FS1 WeatherTech SportsCar Championship from Sebring, Fla. (L) 11 a.m. ESPN2 2018 NCAA Womens Basketball Tournament First Round. (L) 11:30 a.m. FSN UEFA Champions League Soccer Round of 16, Second Leg Chelsea at Barcelona. (T) 12 p.m. CBS 2018 NCAA Basketball Tournament Second Round. (L) ESPN 2018 NIT Basketball Tournament Second Round Penn State at Notre Dame. (L) 12:30 p.m. GOLF PGA Tour Golf Arnold Palmer Invitational: Round 3. (L) 1:30 p.m. ESPN2 2018 NCAA Womens Basketball Tournament First Round. 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(L) FS1 AMA Supercross Series St. Louis. (L) For sports on TV, please see page 2 of todays Sports section Sweet, funny and disarming, Love, SimonŽ features not one but two daringly public declarations of love. I wont say too much about either, except that in both cases the stakes are high and the consequences potentially disastrous. The “rst one involves a boy trying to woo his dream girl at a high school football game, a spectacle that is embarrassing but not exactly unheard-of, either in real life or in the movies. The second declaration, however, is made by one boy to another, and as such it carries with it not just an element of novelty but also a measure of aching vulnerability and risk to which our theater screens, even in 2018, are not entirely accustomed. For all the routine and sometimes accurate complaints that Hollywood has run out of original ideas, Love, Simon,Ž billed as the “rst gay teen romantic comedy released by a major movie studio (20th Century Fox), offers a pointed reminder that originality is always a highly elastic concept. At “rst glance, this movies crowd-pleasing, PG-13-rated slickness may seem the very opposite of fresh or vital. Like many a teen comedy, it serves up a snappier, more attractive and digestible vision of lived-in reality. It turns school hallways and suburban living rooms into spaces where quick-witted banter and romantic attraction can ”ourish and where big-personality faculty members, played by agile performers like Tony Hale (VeepŽ) and Natasha Rothwell (InsecureŽ), are on hand to steal a scene or two. But if this adaptation of Becky Albertallis young-adult novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens AgendaŽ feels a long way from the raw intensity of an LGBTQ-themed arthouse drama like Call Me by Your NameŽ or Blue Is the Warmest Color,Ž it nonetheless accomplishes its own, not-insigni“cant form of progress. There may be little in this movie that you havent seen before, but the perspective through which youre seeing it can make all the difference. By his own admission, Simon Spier (an effortlessly appealing Nick Robinson) is an ordinary, well-adjusted kid in most respects. Hes charming, sensitive and outgoing, with normal-guy good looks, an endearing, borderline-annoying family and a close-knit circle of friends. But from the moment we see him checking out the dude with the leaf blower across the street, we know something that the rest of the world doesnt, and that Simon, not unlike many kids his age, has trouble articulating. But Simon soon learns hes not alone. Someone using the online alias BlueŽ posts a note on a local message board, announcing that hes gay and no one knows it. Emailing Blue by using a private account and a fake identity of his own (JacquesŽ), Simon reveals that hes gay too, occasioning the “rst of several zippy confessional sequences that open a window into his lonely world. (The funniest: a sly what if?Ž montage in which Simons friends have to come out as heterosexual.) Although we dont see Blues face „ or, rather, we see several possible faces, as Simon keeps adjusting his fantasy scenario based on new information „ theres a palpable sense of empathy and relief ”owing between the young men as they pour out their innermost thoughts and desires. Before long the movie has become not just a tale of burgeoning friendship but also a 21st century epistolary romance between equally secret admirers. It is also, most cleverly and arti“cially, a detective story, one in which the sleuth is trying to “gure out someone elses secret while also hiding his own. The busy complications of teenage romance take a noirish turn when the designated class irritant, Martin (Logan Miller), stumbles on Simons secret emails and begins blackmailing him, hoping to land a date with his friend Abby (Alexandra Shipp). Simon, terri“ed of exposure, goes along with the ruse, manipulating Abby and their other close buddies, Leah (Katherine Langford) and Nick (Jorge Lendeborg Jr.), into a heady state of emotional confusion. Theres a tidy air of contrivance that feels unsurprising coming from the director Greg Berlanti, well known for his work on TV as a purveyor of teen angst, from Dawsons CreekŽ to the current Riverdale.Ž (The writers are Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker, whose joint credits include This Is Us.Ž) But the story plays out like a mystery, replete with false leads, misread signals and other red herrings, also feels strangely intuitive. If Simons closeted existence is predicated on the art of emotional concealment, then Love, SimonŽ “nds a way to put that deception to work in dramatic terms. En route to its delightful if touchingly awkward “nale, the movie dispenses lessons that walk a “ne line between insightful and didactic. Simons secret is thrust out into the open with a cruelty that Robinsons performance registers with particular sensitivity. Hes forced into tough, necessary conversations with his mother (Jennifer Garner), whos sensitive and liberal-minded, and his father (Josh Duhamel), whos just as lovable but not above cracking the odd homophobic joke. As the story is wise enough to acknowledge, no parent, however open-minded, is easy to approach with the truth. On paper, then, Love, SimonŽ might sound like an ungodly collection of bigand small-screen cliches. It hits fuzzy, familiar beats, treats its heros sexual awakening with kid gloves and reduces his “rst-love experience to a guessing game. In exchange for a sliver of your empathy too, it mines plenty of entertainment value from Simons acerbic, out-and-proud classmate Ethan (Clark Moore), effectively replacing the gay-friend routine with the evengayer-friend routine. It accomplishes, in short, what Hollywood has been doing with heterosexual romance for more than a century, nipping and tucking it into a glossy, palatable “ction laced with nuggets of emotional truth. And like the most irresistible standard-bearers of that tradition, it does so with an eagerness and calculation that I “nally found hard to hold against it. That may not be the grandest public declaration of love, but like this movie, it will do.Love, Simon is a first: a gay teen romantic comedy from a major studioBy JUSTIN CHANGLOS ANGELES TIMES AP PHOTONick Robinson arrives at a special screening of Love, SimonŽ at Westeld Century City on Tuesday, March 13, in Los Angeles.

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The Sun /Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 7 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers By 2010, The Clean Air Act of 1970 caused the USA to reduce total emissions of six principal air pollutants by more than 41 percent (while GDP increased by more than 64 percent). Today the Environmental Protection Agency enforces the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for those six common air pollutants: ground-level ozone, carbon monoxide, lead, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and particulate matter. We will look at each of these over time, but today let's take a closer look at the last of those pollutants, PM. We're glad that the EPA does set standards for various types of PM and monitors the air over the course of days, months and years to see that safe levels are maintained. We just wish those standards were even stricter. Why? Here's a multiple-choice quiz for all of you. Even at the levels of PM pollution the EPA considers acceptable, there's still an increased risk of: A. Dementia B. Loss of bone density C. Type 2 diabetes D. Kidney disease E. Early death due to heart and lung problems F. All of the above If you guessed F. All of the above, you are today's winner. A study published online Jan. 31, 2017, in Translational Psychiatry says that exposure to PM in the air triggers negative interactions with APOE alleles (a gene that shows a propensity for Alzheimer's disease) in your genetic makeup, and could trigger epigenetic changes that may contribute to the acceleration of brain aging and Alzheimer's, most notably in older women. A November 2017 article published in The Lancet analyzed two independent studies. Both showed that the risk of bone fractures and osteoporosis became greater, especially among the elderly, in areas with higher PM concentration. Cities often have the higher PM2.5 concentrations, and their populations were especially prone to osteoporosis-related injuries. In 2016, the publication Diabetes cited a German study that found that long-term exposure to PM air pollution was directly related to an increase in the number of people who developed insulin resistance, an early marker for Type 2 diabetes. Again, exposure within EPA standards posed a slight risk. Reuters Health reported in September of 2017 that researchers at the St. Louis VA Health Care System found that even at the EPA's current standards, PM concentrations are associated with signicant risk of kidney disease and the higher levels of PM were associated with an increased risk of end-stage renal disease. The EPA's position: "Exposure to [particulate matter less than 10 micrometers in diameter] can aect both your lungs and your heart. Numerous scientic studies have linked particle pollution exposure to a variety of problems [including] premature death in people with heart or lung disease." Non-fatal heart attacks, irregular heartbeats, aggravated asthma and overall decreased lung function round out the list as problems because of PM. So what can you do? Remember that there's no such thing as "clean coal," and natural gas fracking sites release huge amounts of methane, trapping 20 to 25 times more heat than carbon dioxide „ and that's really bad for air quality. The sooner we move to non-polluting renewable energy sources such as solar, wind and hydropower, and the sooner and more completely scrubbers are installed on coal plants and fracking becomes cleaner, the sooner we can clean up the air and breathe easier. DEAR ABBY: I'm a stay-at-home mom with three children „ all in school. We recently had cameras installed around our house. However, my husband has taken to using them to monitor everything I do throughout the day. He will say things like, "What took so long to go to the dry cleaner?" or, "Why did you go outside at 11 a.m.?" What should I do? „ No Privacy In The East DEAR NO PRIVACY: This is what insecure abusers do to their signicant others. Tell him you do not have to account to him for every minute of your day, and that he should be doing more important things with his time than monitoring you. And then INSIST the two of you get counseling. DEAR ABBY: A boy asked me to a school dance a couple of weeks ago. He's kind, funny, does great in school. I really like him, and I think he likes me, but since the dance, nothing has happened! The problem, I think, is that he is Mormon. I am ne with his religion. I am Jewish and not very religious, but I'm not planning to convert. We have talked about this together, and I'm afraid that his parents and/ or religion won't permit him to have a relationship with me. What are the rules about dating when you are Mormon? „ Don't Know In Texas DEAR DON'T KNOW: I'm not an expert on the Mormon religion, so I took your question to my "Mormon connection," Allen Bergin, Ph.D. After I read him your letter, he asked me to assure you that the boy is just shy. Be patient, and you'll probably hear from him around the time of the next dance. TO MY IRISH READERS: Happy St. Patrick's Day. May there always be work for your hands to do. May your purse always hold a coin or two. May the sun always shine on your windowpane. May a rainbow be certain to follow each rain. May the hand of a friend always be near you. Dear Readers: Happy ST. PATRICK'S DAY! Today is a day for family, food, fun, parades, neighborhood gatherings, singing, dancing and celebrating! Enjoy the day, be safe and have fun. Don't forget to wear some green, too! „ Heloise Dear Readers: A reader, via email, sent a picture of three cats "relishing" their dinner „ they are gathered around a sectioned green relish tray. They look like a pinwheel! I wonder if they spin around while eating? To see these frisky and funny felines, visit www.Heloise.com and click on "Pet of the Week." „ Heloise Dear Heloise: My wife and I enjoy sliced apples as a snack. After using an apple corer/ slicer, there is a bit of core or tough apple left at the apex of the slices. I found the curved tip of a grapefruit knife eective in carving out unwanted crescent of apple esh. „ Elery C., Rockville, Md.The damages particulate matter air pollution can create Man uses cameras to spy on his stay-at-home wife Celebrating a green dayHints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

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Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). Anticipation can enhance or detract from an experience. The wait can make the experience seem more amazing, or, if it wasnt worth the wait, underwhelming. Before you play the waiting game, calculate your odds. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Take the relationship on your terms, not the other persons. Hopefully both of your terms match up pretty well so you dont have to make a big deal out of this. But if it happens that you have to choose, choose yourself. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Youll prove your value to others, then add more value and then double that. Its really not for them. This is like the reps a bodybuilder does to get into top form. Your reps are building your character. CANCER (June 22-July 22). As for grabbing the brass ring, the way to do it is to take a calculated and condent leap. Dont impulsively lunge for it: You may lose your balance. If youre not quite ready this time, let it pass. Wait until it comes around again. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Youre getting increasingly invested in a casual arrangement, and its time to make sure youre getting something back. Think about whats fair, and then think about what you really want, fair or not. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). For the majority, memory is among the more imperfect record-keeping systems. And even though yours is better than most, dont rely on memory for whats precious to you. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Its an ugly thing when the privileged undervalue their gifts. You certainly wouldnt want to commit that crime. (You might be surprised who sees you as privileged.) Dont devalue what you have with overly modest words. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Your favorite relationships of the weekend will be the ones that promise you excitement, fun, connection and mutual respect. Actually, they dont even have to promise: An implication will be enough to go on. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). While some scientic evidence suggests that enlarging your social circle may lengthen your life, other studies point to the healthful necessity of solitude. Whether you give love to them or you, love is still the answer. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). The energy of judging people is rotten regardless of the semantics. The verbiage is really irrelevant because it all boils down to the same tone of superiority. Leave the conversation. Go where you feel the love. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Youd rather not give the situation a denition or a label just yet. Youre enjoying yourself! The fun youre having is contagious. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You are open to the gift of intuition and will be frequently and boldly guided by divine forces. Through this month, keep asking your higher self what the most advantageous next step might be. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (March 17). Creating your own joy is your chief responsibility. Youll have the guts to decide whats important. Because your loved ones mean so much to you, their needs make it on the list, too „ but youve healthy boundaries about this. May and August show the opportunity to transcend routine. Capricorn and Libra adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 7, 13, 49, 12 and 1. 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 17, 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 17, 2018 NATION ALMANACToday is Saturday, March 17 the 76th day of 2018. There are 289 days left in the year. This is St. Patricks Day. Today in historyOn March 17, 1968 a peaceful anti-Vietnam War protest in London was followed by a riot outside the U.S. Embassy; more than 200 people were arrested and over 80 people were reported injured. On this dateIn 1762 New York held its first St. Patricks Day parade. In 1776 the Revolutionary War Siege of Boston ended as British forces evacuated the city. In 1861 Victor Emmanuel II was proclaimed the first king of a united Italy. In 1912 the Camp Fire Girls organization was incorporated in Washington D.C., two years to the day after it was founded in Thetford, Vermont. (The group is now known as Camp Fire.) In 1936 Pittsburghs Great St. Patricks Day Flood began as the Monongahela and Allegheny rivers and their tributaries, swollen by rain and melted snow, started exceeding flood stage; the high water was blamed for more than 60 deaths. In 1970 the United States cast its first veto in the U.N. Security Council, killing a resolution that would have condemned Britain for failing to use force to overthrow the white-ruled government of Rhodesia. Todays birthdaysThe former national chairwoman of the NAACP, Myrlie Evers-Williams is 85. Former astronaut Ken Mattingly is 82. Singer-songwriter Jim Weatherly is 75. Singer-songwriter John Sebastian (The Lovin Spoonful) is 74. Actor Patrick Duffy is 69. Actor Kurt Russell is 67. Actress Lesley-Anne Down is 64. Actor Gary Sinise is 63. Actor Arye Gross is 58. Actor Rob Lowe is 54. Rock singer Billy Corgan is 51. Rock musician Caroline Corr (The Corrs) is 45. Country singer Keifer Thompson (Thompson Square) is 45. Country musician Geoff Sprung (Old Dominion) is 40. TV personality Rob Kardashian (TV: Keeping Up With the KardashiansŽ) is 31. Actor John Boyega is 26. Olympic gold medal swimmer Katie Ledecky is 21. Bible verse Is anything too hard for the Lord?Ž „ Genesis 18:14. Gods specialty is doing what seems impossible. In faith give God the answer, to the above question, that he is looking for and then look for the miracle you need. MOSCOW (AP) „ Russian news reports say the hatch of a cargo plane carrying precious metals accidentally flew open upon takeoff „ scattering at least 3 tons of gold on the runway. An investigation is underway after the incident Thursday at the airport in the far east city of Yakutsk, according to the Tass news agency. An An-12 plane operated by the airline Nimbus took off for Krasnoyarsk carrying 9.3 tons of gold and other precious metals, according to a statement from the state Investigative Committee quoted by Tass. Damage to a door handle caused it to fly open and spill some of the metal. Authorities recovered 172 gold bars weighing 3.4 tons, Tass quoted Interior Ministry officials as saying. No one was hurt in the incident. Images circulating on social media showed gold bars scattered across a runway.ODD NEWS Gold spills on Russian runway after plane door glitchSPOKANE, Wash. „ The federal government is demanding that the company building a giant nuclear waste treatment plant in Washington state provide records proving that the steel used in the nearly $17 billion project meets safety standards. The U.S. Department of Energy says in a letter obtained by The Associated Press that records needed to ensure that the structural steel used in the project is safe are either missing or of indeterminate quality.Ž This condition is a potentially unrecoverable quality issue,Ž said the letter sent March 6 from the agencys Of“ce of River Protection in Richland, Washington, to Bechtel National Inc., which is building the long-delayed plant to dispose of wastes created in the production of plutonium for nuclear weapons. The agency gave Bechtel National 14 days to provide proof that work on the project should continue. The plant is located on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation near Richland, Washington, which for decades made most of the plutonium for the nations nuclear weapons arsenal. The resulting 56 million gallons of radioactive and hazardous wastes are stored in 177 underground tanks, many of which are leaking. The waste treatment plant is designed to turn much of that waste into glass-like logs for burial, a technically demanding process. But construction of the giant plant, which began in 2002, has long been slowed by safety and technical issues. Bechtel National is working on providing the records, spokeswoman Staci West said. We have documentation that demonstrates the nuclear-grade structural steel meets project requirements,Ž West said. The safety and quality of the structural steel was never in question.Ž The letter from the Of“ce of River Protection, which is named for the Columbia River that ”ows through the Hanford site, did not contend that the structural steel in the Hanford Tank Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant was defective. Rather it says that records proving the steel can perform its safety function were missing or of poor quality. The agency directed Bechtel to promptly investigate the facts and circumstances surrounding the procurement, receipt and acceptance of materials installed ... to justify the continuation of work,Ž the letter said. In a statement, the Department of Energy said it was committed to the safety of workers, the public and the environment. The department directed Bechtel National Inc. to gather the necessary documentation and provide it to the department,Ž the DOE said Friday. When received, DOE will determine whether the documentation meets applicable quality assurance standards for the steel being used in the (plant).Ž The watchdog group Hanford Challenge contended the issue was potentially a showstopper.Ž If the structural steel and other components cannot meet rigorous safety standards for nuclear operations, the plant cannot be allowed to operate,Ž said Tom Carpenter, executive director of Hanford Challenge. The contractor failed and needs to be held accountable.Ž About 40,000 tons of structural steel is needed for the plant, to help prevent the release of radioactive and hazardous wastes into the environment.US demands proof steel is safe in nuke plantBy NICHOLAS K. GERANIOSASSOCIATED PRESS AP FILE PHOTOIn this June 13, 2017, photo, the Plutonium Uranium Extraction Plant, right, stands adjacent to a dirt-covered rail tunnel, left, containing radioactive waste, amidst desert plants on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation near Richland, Washington. PARKLAND, Fla. „ Sara Lowell found the pencil near the bottom of a shrine to Alex Schachter, beneath the wilted ”ower bouquets, the spent votive candles, the rain-soaked teddy bears. The Parkland mother of two had to sit down. On this cold Thursday morning on the manicured “eld at Pine Trails Park, Lowell twirled the gray mechanical pencil in her “ngers. She unstuck the yellow Post-it wrapped around it. Alex, I never thought to give you this pencil back,Ž Lowell read aloud. Lunch is so hard without you. Love, Tony.Ž Lowell sniffed and wiped her eyes. Save that pencil. Save it,Ž she told Jamie Lipman-Rodriguez, her friend and one of “ve volunteers who gathered to disassemble the public memorial dedicated to the slain Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student. Lowell knew the 14-yearold Schachter through her son, Caleb King. Last November, Schachter, who played trombone, and King, who plays French horn, marched to victory when the schools Eagles Regiment Marching Band won the state championship in Tampa. I told Caleb this morning that if we were given our choice of memorial to clean up, it would be Alexs,Ž Lowell said, because I would handle everything with the utmost care.Ž After a month under the South Florida sun, mementos left for the victims of the Stoneman Douglas shooting have started to fade. Working quickly, Lowell and 40 volunteer conservators wearing burgundy MSD StrongŽ T-shirts began harvesting the hundreds of objects left at Pine Trails Park to honor the dead. This has been a place for grieving and healing,Ž said Jeff Schwartz, president of the Parkland Historical Society. But on the other hand, its important to archive this immediately. The initial goal is to get these items out of the weather and into storage.Ž Time is the biggest foe, said Schwartz, who leads the morbid task of deconstructing the shrines „ withering ”owers, heart-shaped signs, 17 cruci“xes and Stars of David, hand-painted stones and handwritten notes, most written with a childs penmanship. The other reason for disassembling the memorials now, Parkland commissioner Ken Cutler added, is to clear space for a March for Our Lives rally, scheduled for March 24 at Pine Trails Park. He says 20,000 people are expected. What were doing is gathering the collective grief of the community and preserving that to remember these people as living people,Ž says Cutler, whose wife, Sharon, is a Stoneman Douglas teacher. Two days after the shooting, Cutler called Schwartz to salvage the memorials. Almost none of the artifacts will be thrown away. The decayed ”owers will be incinerated, their ashes scattered over the citys community gardens. Todd DeAngelis, Parklands Public Information Of“cer, says they contacted all 17 families, inviting each to keep whichever savaged memorials they want. The rest will be photographed, archived and digitally stored with help from Pam Schwartz (no relation to Jeff), a curator leading the One Orlando Collection Initiative to preserve Pulse nightclub artifacts. A permanent museum is in the works, and there are plans to unveil the restored objects to the public on Feb. 14, 2019, the “rst anniversary of the shooting.A place for grieving and healing: Parkland memorials preservedBy PHILLIP VALYSSUN SENTINEL WASHINGTON „ Veteran U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter, a Kentucky blacksmiths daughter who went on to chair one of Congress most important committees, died Friday at a Washington hospital where she was being treated after falling in her home, her top aide said. She was 88. The New York Democrat died at George Washington University Hospital a week after a fall in which Slaughter had sustained a concussion, said Liam Fitzsimmons, her chief of staff. Slaughter was the “rst woman to chair the House Rules Committee and was her partys top member on the panel when she died. Slaughter was serving her 16th term in the House, and her 31 years in the chamber made her its third longest-serving woman, according to the of“cial House website. She chaired the rules committee from 2007 through 2010. A special election will be held to elect someone to serve out the rest of Slaughters term, which expires Dec. 31. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo will set the date for the special election in the 25th Congressional District, which includes the city of Rochester. Slaughter had a degree in microbiology and was originally from Harlan County, Kentucky. Her soft, twangy accent always seemed out of place for someone representing a western New York district. But she was repeatedly re-elected „ including a narrow victory in 2014 „ and was the longest-serving member of Congress from New York when she died. Louise never forgot her roots as the daughter of a Kentucky blacksmith,Ž House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a statement. She brought the grace and grit of her Southern background to her leadership in the Congress, building bridges and breaking down barriers all with her beautiful accent. Louise could be “ercely debating on the ”oor in the morning, and singing in harmony with her colleagues across the aisle in the evening.Ž House Speaker Paul Ryan called Slaughter a giant in the peoples HouseŽ and said she was unrelentingŽ in working for her ideals and constituents. Louise did not need a gavel to make a dent in history,Ž the Republican speaker said. Slaughter was the chief force behind a 2012 law to ban insider stock trading based on congressional knowledge and require disclosure of market activities by lawmakers. She also helped write the Violence Against Women Act and a 2008 law designed to protect people with genetic predispositions to health conditions from facing discrimination from their employers or health insurance companies. Her death creates a vacancy at the top of the Democratic side of the Rules panel, which sets the terms of House ”oor debates. Its likely to be “lled by Rep. Jim McGovern, a Democrat from Massachusetts. When Slaughter was “rst elected in 1986, she ousted Republican Rep. Fred Eckert after running a campaign ad in which the sister of kidnapped Associated Press reporter Terry Anderson accused him of refusing to speak up for her brother. The sister, Peggy Say, and Anderson were both from the Rochester, New York, area. Anderson, the APs Middle East bureau chief, had been captured the year before by Islamic militants in Beirut, Lebanon, and was not released until 1991. Slaughter was born Dorothy Louise McIntosh on Aug. 14, 1929, in Appalachian coal country. According to the Democrat and Chronicle of Rochester, she was doing market research for a major chemicals manufacturer in Texas in the 1950s when she met Ohio native Robert BobŽ Slaughter. They married in 1957 and moved to the Rochester area for her husbands job. He later joined Eastman Kodak as a legal administrator. Bob Slaughter died in 2014 at age 82. The couple became involved in local Democratic politics while living in suburban Rochester. Louise Slaughter served in the Monroe County Legislature between 1976 and 1979, then worked for Democratic Gov. Mario Cuomo before serving in the state Assembly from 1982 to 1986. That year she defeated Eckert to become the “rst woman to represent western New York in Congress. As Kodak and other Rochester-area manufacturers shed thousands of jobs over the years, Slaughter worked with New Yorks congressional delegation to bring hightech companies to the region and fought for federal dollars to improve the infrastructure, including a new Amtrak train station that opened last year. She was such a tireless advocate and great public servant for our community and region throughout her tenure in Congress,Ž said Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Bob Duffy, a former Rochester mayor and lieutenant governor under current Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo. She was trailblazer, a partner and friend ever since we worked together for my father more than four decades ago,Ž Andrew Cuomo said in a statement, calling her a champion for New York.Ž The ferocity of her advocacy was matched only by the depth of her compassion and humanity,Ž added Senate Minority Leader and fellow New York Democrat Chuck Schumer. Funeral arrangements are pending.Veteran Democratic Congresswoman Louise Slaughter diesBy ALAN FRAMASSOCIATED PRESS AP FILE PHOTORep. Louise Slaughter, D-N.Y.

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S PORTS www.yoursun.com www.Facebook.com/SuncoastSports € @SunCoastSportsBRACKETOLOGYUpsets abound, powerhouses move on and Cinderellas are still wearing their glass slippers. Page 4MLB: RaysINDEX | Lottery 2 | NBA 2 | NHL 2 | Womens Colle g e Basketball 3 | Golf 3 | NCAA Basketball 4 | Scoreboard 5 | Baseball 6 Saturday, March 17, 2018 By GREG AUMANTampa Bay TimesChandler Catanzaro understands the pressure he faces to end a long, frustrating run of disappointing kickers changed out every year by the Bucs. This fall will be the sixth straight season Tampa Bay has a different kicker than the season before, but the 27-year-old is hopeful he can bring stability to a position thats sorely missed it. I promise you, its hard to believe, but I put more pressure on myself than anybody ever can or will, to succeed and kick well and do my best and reach my potential,Ž said Catanzaro, who kicked for the Jets last year after three seasons with the Cardinals. I hold myself to a very high standard.Ž The Bucs have invested heavily in kickers before, using a second-round draft pick in Robert Aguayo in 2016, then giving veteran Nick Folk $1.75 million last year, only to see him gone after missing seven kicks in his first four games. Catanzaro got $9.75 million over three years from Tampa Bay, enough to rank him 11th among NFL kickers in annual salary. He has hit 84 percent of his field goals in the NFL (JAMES BORCHUCK, TIMES)New Bucs kicker Chandler Catanzaro, introduced Friday, has hit 84 percent of his field goal attempts in four years in the NFL.NFL: Bucs kicking Catanzaro hopes to bring continuity SEE BUCS, 2 By BRYAN LEVINESports WriterFORT MYERS „ As the days of spring training wind down, each appearance by pitchers becomes that much more important. Although Jake Faria is guaranteed a spot in the starting rotation … manager Kevin Cash announced hed be the No. 4 starter on Thursday … Fridays start was a crucial one for the right-handed pitchers confidence. Jake is still a young pitcher and he comes in with the excitement of being able to start right out of camp,Ž Cash said. Hes probably put some added pressure on himself. We didnt ask him to do that, but its only natural.Ž Faria entered Friday with three Grapefruit League starts under his belt, and things hadnt gone very well. He allowed nine runs on 13 hits over just four and ‡ innings of work. Even worse, the 24-year-old had zero strikeouts against 30 batters faced. Against the Minnesota Twins on Friday, Faria allowed just one unearned run on three hits over four innings of work. He also recorded his first strikeout of the spring before finishing his day with three. I felt a lot better,Ž Faria said. I kind of felt it in the first inning of what was going to work. Everybody has been saying to find that rhythm and that groove, and once I felt it on a few consecutive batters, I kept it going.Ž Faria is coming off a strong rookie season where he went 5-4 with a 3.43 ERA and 84 strikeouts in 86.2 innings pitched. He is scheduled to pitch the fifth game of the regular season, which will be the first road game for the Rays against the New York Yankees.SUN FILE PHOTO BY TOM ONEILLTampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Jake Faria had a much-needed strong appearance yesterday against the Minnesota Twins.Faria “ nally logs solid spring start By EDDIE PELLS Associated PressBOISE, Idaho „ Commanding the spotlight this first week of the NCAA Tournament are a 98-year-old nun, a pair of high school teammates who made game-winning shots a halfcontinent apart, a matchup of programs bonded by airplane tragedies and two, if not more, teams full of nobodies from nowhere who knocked off some of the best-known names in America. This is what makes it March Madness. This is what, despite college basketballs growing list of unseemly, unsolvable problems, makes it a game worth saving. It has not been a good season for the sport. Dozens of programs have been ensnared in an FBI probe and subsequent media reports looking into improper benefits to players provided by unmoored coaches and shady agents. That has led the NCAA to trigger an investigation by none other than Condoleezza Rice, who should make her conclusions available shortly after the Final Four. She will undoubtedly call for change. Critics will undoubtedly say the calls dont go far enough. When all is said and done, the NCAA is unlikely to do anything to disassemble this tournament, which is worth more than $820 million a year in TV money and provides the funding that keeps not only basketball, but every other college sport besides football, up and running. The unspoken irony is that the tournament provides the stage for the small, outof-nowhere programs that presumably do things the right way to compete against, and sometimes beat, all those monsters who presumably create all the problems that got the sport in this mess to begin with. When a little guy beats a monster, tears well up and beautiful stories get told. If it werent for all those monsters to beat „ to say nothing of that wonderfully COLLEGE BASKETBALL: NCAA TournamentBANISH MADNESS? NUNSENSE! March shows best of college hoops TENNIS: Indian WellsBy DOUG FERGUSON Associated PressORLANDO „ Henrik Stenson has another chance to win at Bay Hill, and he made it a little bit tougher on Tiger Woods. Stenson, who had chances to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational two of the last three years, fought through a rugged stretch with par saves and made three birdies after the turn for a 3-under 69 on Friday. That gave him a share of the lead with Bryson DeChambeau, who had a 66. Woods wasnt nearly as sharp, didnt make a birdie until the 12th hole and shot 72. He was seven shots back. Stenson and DeChambeau were at 11-under 133. They had a two-shot advantage over PGA Tour rookie Talor Gooch (70). Woods trailed after 36 holes in four of his eight victories at Bay Hill, including a seven-shot deficit in 2008.GOLF: Bay HillStenson, DeChambeau tied for Bay Hill leadSEE BAY HILL, 6 AP PHOTOBuffalo coach Nate Oats reacts to a play against Arizona during the second half of a first-round game in the NCAA mens college basketball tournament Thursday in Boise, Idaho. Buffalo won 89-68. AP PHOTORoger Federer celebrates after defeating Chung Hyeon during the quarterfinals at the BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament Thursday in Indian Wells, Calif. AP PHOTOHenrik Stenson hits from a bunker on No. 16 during the second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Friday in Orlando.Del Potro, Raonic advance to semis at Indian WellsAssociated PressINDIAN WELLS, Calif. „ Juan Martin del Potro def eated Philipp Kohlschreiber 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 to reach the semifinals of the BNP Paribas Open for the first time in five years. Del Potro next plays No. 32 Milos Raonic of Canada, who got by 18th-seeded American Sam Querrey 7-5, 2-6, 6-3 on Friday. The other semifinal on Saturday is between top-ranked Roger Federer and Borna Coric of Croatia. Del Potro has never lost to Kohlschreiber in six meetings on hard courts. The Argentine last reached the final at Indian Wells in 2013, when he lost to Rafael Nadal.SEE HOOPS, 4

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Page 2 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, March 17, 2018 / The SunNBA: Roundup and didnt miss an extra point last season. He has a strong leg, with field goals from 60 and 57 yards in the last two years, and should be a considerable improvement on kickoffs, after the Bucs finished last in the league in touchback percentage last season. Im so pumped to have the contract signed, ready to get to work and excited to be a Buccaneer,Ž Catanzaro said. Im looking forward to doing my thing this season, just really excited about the opportunity and thankful.Ž Catanzaros first three years in Arizona were indoors, on a good surface, and he was tested last season in New York with an outdoor stadium and cold weather. He should have less wind (and warmer weather) in Tampa „ he played at Raymond James Stadium with the Jets last year, hitting a 47-yard field goal and making an extra point in a 15-10 loss to the Bucs. Its been a huge month for Catanzaro „ he and wife Mieke got married on March 3, and he had just returned home Tuesday from a honeymoon in St. Lucia when he learned of the Bucs interest and the chance for a new start in Tampa. Its been a whirlwind,Ž he said. I dont even know what day it is today. We got back Tuesday night, and I started hearing things from Tampa and I got really excited. Its the Southeast, its a great place to kick, great organization on the rise, really on the cusp of greatness. Weve got a lot of talent here, a young team.ŽBUCSFrom Page 1 SPORTS ON TV(All times Eastern) Schedule subject to change and/or blackoutsSATURDAY, MARCH 17AUTO RACING 10:30 a.m. FS1 „ IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship, 12 Hours of Sebring (start of race), at Sebring, Fla. 12:30 p.m. FS1 „ NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Auto Club 400, practice, at Fontana, Calif. FS2 „ IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship, 12 Hours of Sebring, at Sebring, Fla. 1:30 p.m. FS1 „ NASCAR, X“ nity Series, California 300, qualifying, at Fontana, Calif. 3:30 p.m. FS1 „ NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Auto Club 400, “ nal practice, at Fontana, Calif. 5 p.m. FS1 „ NASCAR, X“ nity Series, California 300, at Fontana, Calif. 6 p.m. FS2 „ IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship, 12 Hours of Sebring (end of race), at Sebring, Fla. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Noon ESPN „ NIT Tournament, second round, Penn St. at Notre Dame 12:10 p.m. CBS „ NCAA Tournament, second round, Alabama vs. Villanova, at Pittsburgh 2:30 p.m. CBS „ NCAA Tournament, second round, Rhode Island vs. Duke, at Pittsburgh 5:15 p.m. CBS „ NCAA Tournament, second round, Buffalo vs. Kentucky, at Boise, Idaho 6 p.m. CBSSN „ NCAA Division III Tournament, championship, Ramapo-Wis. Oshkosh winner vs. Nebraska Wesleyan-Spring“ eld winner, at Salem, Va. 6:10 p.m. TNT „ NCAA Tournament, second round, LoyolaChicago vs. Tennessee, at Dallas 7:10 p.m. TBS „ NCAA Tournament, second round, Seton Hall vs. Kansas, at Wichita, Kan. 7:30 p.m. CBS „ NCAA Tournament, second round, Ohio St. vs. Gonzaga, at Boise, Idaho 8:30 p.m. TNT „ NCAA Tournament, second round, Florida vs. Texas Tech, at Dallas 9:30 p.m. TBS „ NCAA Tournament, second round, Houston vs. Michigan, at Wichita, Kan. COLLEGE WRESTLING 8 p.m. ESPN2 „ NCAA Tournament, “ nals, at Cleveland DRAG RACING 11 p.m. FS1 „ NHRA, Amalie Motor Oil Gatornationals, qualifying, at Gainesville, Fla. (same-day tape) GOLF 12:30 p.m. GOLF „ PGA Tour, Arnold Palmer Invitational, third round, at Orlando, Fla. 2:30 p.m. NBC „ PGA Tour, Arnold Palmer Invitational, third round, at Orlando, Fla. 6 p.m. GOLF „ LPGA Tour, Bank of Hope Founders Cup, third round, at Phoenix MLB BASEBALL 1 p.m. MLB „ Spring training, N.Y. Yankees vs. Detroit, at Lakeland, Fla. 4 p .m. MLB „ Spring training, L.A. Dodgers vs. Chicago White Sox, at Glendale, Ariz. 7 p.m. MLB „ Spring training, Oakland (split squad) vs. San Francisco (split squad), at Scottsdale, Ariz. MOTOR SPORTS 8 p.m. FS1 „ AMA, Monster Energy Supercross, at St. Louis NBA BASKETBALL 8:30 p.m. NBA „ Minnesota at San Antonio PARALYMPIC GAMES 8:30 p.m. NBCSN „ PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Games: Cross-Country Skiing; Sled Hockey, Gold Medal Game (LIVE); Wheelchair Curling, Gold Medal Game RUGBY 8:30 a.m. NBCSN „ Six Nations Championship, Italy vs. Scotland, at Rome (sameday tape) Noon NBC „ Six Nations Championship, England vs. Ireland, at London 1 p.m. CNBC „ Six Nations Champ ionshi p Wales vs. France, at Cardiff, Wales (sameday tape) SKIING 6:30 p.m. NBCSN „ FIS World Cup, “ nals, Mens Giant Slalom & Womens Slalom, at Are, Sweden (same-day tape) 7:30 p.m. NBCSN „ FIS World Cup, “ nals, Womens Slalom, at Are Sweden (same-day tape) SOCCER 8 a.m. FS1 „ FA Cup, quarter“ nal, Swansea City vs. Tottenham 10:20 a.m. FS2 „ Bundesliga, Frankfurt vs. Mainz 11 a.m. NBCSN „ Premier League, Hudders“ eld vs. Crystal Palace 1:30 p.m. NBCSN „ Premier League, Liverpool vs. Watford 3:30 p.m. FS2 „ FA Cup, quarter“ nal, Manchester United vs. Brighton & Hove Albion TENNIS 2 p.m. ESPN „ ATP World Tour, BNP Paribas Open, mens semi“ nals, at Indian Wells, Calif. WOMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL 11 a.m. ESPN2 „ NCAA Womens Tournament, “ rst round (regional coverage), UConn vs. Saint Francis (Pa.) (11:07 a.m.), Florida St. vs. UALR (11:16 a.m.) and Duke vs. Belmont and LSU vs. Cent. Michigan (11:20 a.m.) 1:30 p.m. ESPN2 „ NCAA Womens Tournament, “ rst round (whip-around coverage), Miami vs. Quinnipiac, Georgia vs. Mercer, South Florida vs. Buffalo and Ohio St. vs. George Washington 3:30 p.m. ESPN2 „ NCAA Womens Tournament, “ rst round (regional coverage), Syracuse vs. Oklahoma St. (3:35 p.m.), Missouri vs. Florida Gulf Coast (3:40 p.m.) and UCLA vs. American and Arizona St. vs. Nebraska (3:45 p.m.) 6 p.m. ESPN2 „ NCAA Womens Tournament, “ rst round (whip-around coverage), Mississippi St. vs. Nicholls St., Iowa vs. Creighton, Texas vs. Maine and Stanford vs. GonzagaAssociated PressWASHINGTON „ T.J. Oshie, Nicklas Backstrom and Matt Niskanen scored as the Washington Capitals swept a home-andhome set against the skidding New York Islanders with a 6-3 win on Friday night. Alex Chiasson had a goal and two assists for the Capitals, who hammered the Islanders 7-3 in New York on Thursday. Jakub Vranas goal gave Washington a 5-1 lead with 9:04 remaining. Lars Eller added an empty-netter, and Braden Holtby made 22 saves. Washington broke a tie with the idle Pittsburgh Penguins for sole possession of first place in the Metropolitan Division. The Capitals four-game winning streak is their longest since taking five in a row from Dec. 28 to Jan. 9. Evgeny Kuznetsov, Washingtons secondleading scorer, left in the second period and did not return after sustaining an upper-body injury, according to the team. Mathew Barzal, Brock Nelson and John Tavares scored for the Islanders, who have lost 10 of 11.Oshie, Backstrom score in Capitals winAssociated PressORLANDO „ Terry Rozier and Greg Monroe each scored 17 points, helping the Boston Celtics beat the Orlando Magic 92-83 on Friday night. Boston stopped a two-game losing streak despite shooting just 37.8 percent from the field. Al Horford had 15 points for the Celtics, and Abdel Nader finished with 11. Orlando lost for the sixth time in seven games. Reserve Shelvin Mack scored 13 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter. Jonathon Simmons and D.J. Augustin had 13 apiece. Boston opened a 26-point lead early in the second half. Rozier hit a pair of 3-pointers and Monroe overpowered Nikola Vucevic for another driving layup to make it 62-36 with 5:25 left in the third quarter. The Magic cut the deficit to 14 against Celtics reserves early in the fourth quarter and Boston coach Brad Stevens put his starters back in for the last nine minutes of the game. They managed just two field goals the rest of the way, but it was still enough to hold off Orlando. The closest the Magic could get was 90-83 on a driving layup by Mack with 41 seconds to play.76ERS 120, NETS 116: Joel Embiid had 24 points and a caree r-high 19 rebounds on his 24th birthday and Robert Covington hit a key 3-pointer to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 120-116 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Friday night. J.J. Redick added 23 points and Ben Simmons had 21 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds for Philadelphia (38-30), which pulled a half-game behind idle Washington for the “ fth seed in the Eastern Conference playoff race. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson scored 21 points for the Nets (21-48), who lost their third straight and 19th in the last 22 games.Celtics hold on to beat MagicAP PHOTOOrlandos D.J. Augustin, front, falls after he was fouled while trying to get past Bostons Terry Rozier during the first half of Fridays game in Orlando. AP PHOTOWashingtons Nicklas Backstrom, left, celebrates his goal as New Yorks Adam Pelech, right, and goaltender Jaroslav Halak are left on the ice Friday in Washington. 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Associated PressEUGENE, Ore. „ Sabrina Ionescu had 19 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds for her 10th career triple-double, and second-seeded Oregon defeated No. 15 seed Seattle 88-45 in the NCAA Tournament on Friday. Ionescu, who holds the NCAA record for tripledoubles, becomes the 15th woman to get one in the NCAA Tournament. The last was Iowas Samantha Logic in 2015. After securing the triple-double, Ionescu went to the bench with 8:02 left in the game to a standing ovation from the crowd at Matthew Knight Arena. The Ducks, winners of 10 straight, advance to play No. 10 seed Minnesota in the Spokane Region. The Golden Gophers defeated No. 7 Green Bay 89-77 in the early game. LEXINGTON REGIONNo. 1 LOUISVILLE 74, No. 16 BOISE STATE 42: Kylee Shook had 14 points and 10 rebounds off the bench to lead Louisville to a blowout of Boise State. Beginning NCAA play as a top seed for the “ rst time in school history, the Cardinals (33-2) used quick spurts early in both halves, along with defense, to cruise to victory. They shook off their initial sluggishness shortly after Shook entered midway through the “ rst quarter. The 6-foot-4 sophomore alternated 3-pointers with Jazmine Jones layups for a 19-8 lead before adding her own layup to make it 21-11. Louisville combined size and quickness to break it open coming out of the break, outscoring Boise State (23-10) 16-4 for a 50-26 cushion. The Cardinals dominated most every category, from points in the paint points to rebounds (51-30) to fastbreak and bench points. No. 8 MARQUETTE 84, No. 9 DAYTON 65: „ Natisha Hiedeman scored a careerhigh 32 points, including 18 in the “ rst quarter, and Marquette rallied past Dayton. Hiedemans “ ve 3-pointers in the “ rst quarter were critical in rallying the Golden Eagles (24-9) from an 11-3 de“ cit to a 22-15 lead that they maintained on the way to their “ rst NCAA win since 2011. Erika Davenport had 16 points and 13 rebounds for Marquette, which won for the ninth time in 10 games. The Golden Eagles will face top-seeded Louisville in Sundays second round. No. 3 TENNESSEE 100, No. 14 LIBERTY 60: Freshman Rennia Davis scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in her NCAA debut as Tennessee pulled away in the second half to beat Liberty. Tennessee (25-7) plays No. 6 Oregon State in the second round of the Lexington Regional on Sunday with a spot in the Sweet 16 on the line. Oregon State beat No. 11 Western Kentucky 82-58 in the opening game. No. 6 OREGON STATE 82, No. 11 WESTERN KENTUCKY 58: Marie Gulich scored 21 of her 29 points in the second half and grabbed 15 rebounds as Oregon State beat Western Kentucky. The 6-foot-5 Gulich “ nished 11 of 15 from the “ eld, with a steady stream of layups and short jumpers highlighting her second-half surge. No. 7 MICHIGAN 75, No. 10 NORTHERN COLORADO 61: Hallie Thome scored 24 points, Katelynn Flaherty added 20 and Michigan defeated Northern Colorado. The Wolverines shot 57 percent from the ” oor and took advantage of their size at nearly every position to dominate on the boards, 33-18. They were also more aggressive going to the basket, and that manifested itself in a 23-15 edge from the free throw line. Northern Colorado had 10 of its free throw attempts in the fourth quarter.KANSAS CITY REGIONNo. 5 MARYLAND 77, No. 12 PRINCETON 57: Kaila Charles scored 20 points and Maryland beat Princeton. Eleanna Christinaki added 16 points, Kristen Confroy “ nished with 14 and Brianna Fraser had 11 rebounds for the “ fthseeded Terrapins (26-7). They shot 56 percent in the second half, built a 43-25 rebounding advantage and pulled away in the second half to advance to the second round of the Kansas City Regional. Maryland hasnt gone one-and-done in the tournament since 2001. No. 4 N.C. STATE 62, No. 13 ELON 35: Kiara Leslie scored 13 points and North Carolina State beat Elon. Aislinn Konig added 12 points to help the fourthseeded Wolfpack (25-8) advance to a second-round matchup with Maryland in the renewal of a past Atlantic Coast Conference rivalry. Leslie played two seasons at Maryland before coming to N.C. State last summer as a graduate transfer.SPOKANE REGIONNo. 1 NOTRE DAME 99, No. 16 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 81: Arike Ogunbowale scored 30 points and Notre Dame beat Cal State Northridge. The Irish did suffer another injury as senior captain Kathryn Westbeld went down early in the game with a rolled left ankle and did not return. There was no immediate word whether Westbeld would be ready for Sundays game. Notre Dame played most of the season without four players w ho suffered season-ending ACL injuries. No. 4 TEXAS A&M 89, No. 13 DRAKE 76: Freshman Chennedy Carter scored 26 points, powering Texas A&M to a victory over Drake. Khaalia Hillsman added 22 to help send the Aggies to the second round against DePaul. Carter also had 11 assists and six steals. A&M had an answer for every comeback try to Drake. Danni Williams hit a 3-pointer with 5:44 left put the Aggies back into a 15-point lead. No. 5 DEPAUL 90, No. 12 OKLAHOMA 79: Amarah Coleman and Kelly Campbell each scored 17 points and DePaul held off a second-half comeback by Oklahoma. Ashton Millender and Marte Grays both added 16 for the Blue Demons (27-7), which used 3-pointers to jump to an early lead that it never lost. DePauls “ rst four baskets came on 3-pointers, building a 15-7 led with Coleman hitting fallaway shots to open and close the run. No. 10 MINNESOTA 89, No. 7 GREEN BAY 77: Kenisha Bell scored 24 of her 26 points in the second half to lead Minnesota to an upset victory over Green Bay. Destiny Pitts, the Big Ten freshman of the year, added 20 points for the Golden Gophers (24-8), who will play either Oregon or Seattle in the second round of the Spokane Regional on Sunday. Minnesota outscored the Phoenix (29-4) 30-13 in the fourth quarter, with half the points coming at the foul line. The Golden Gophers made 22 of 23 free throws in the second half and 25 of 29 overall.ALBANY REGIONNo. 10 VIRGINIA 68, No. 7 CALIFORNIA 62: Dominique Toussaint hit a tie-breaking 3-po inter with 1:08 to go and Virginia held off Cal for its “ rst NCAA win in nine years. Felicia Aiyeotan led the Cavaliers (19-13) with 16 points, just her second game in double “ gures since Jan. 7. 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Jessica Korda and Mo Martin were 7 under, and Michelle Wie topped the group at 6 under.GOLF: LPGA Tour | Founders CupClanton eagles par-4 13th, takes lead AP PHOTOOregons Sabrina Ionescu, left, shoots over Seattles Kamira Sanders (15) and Joana Alves and Oregons Ruthy Hebard during the first half of their first-round game in the NCAA womens college basketball tournament in Eugene, Ore., Friday.

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Page 4 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, March 17, 2018 / The Sundesigned, NCAA-created, 68-t eam piece of art called the bracket „ the tournament wouldnt be anything more than an extension of a 5,000game, 351-team regular season, 99 percent of which flies past mainstream America completely unnoticed. The 98-year-old nun and all those other things dont necessarily redeem the various deep problems,Ž says Robert Thompson, the pop culture professor at Syracuse who is, himself, a No. 1 seed when it comes to dissecting what America loves and why. But when you put a bunch of teams together and put brackets in there, then of course, youre going to get some great stories. Theres the excitement. And sometimes theres the uplifting, enlightening stuff that manages to seep in, in spite of everything else weve heard this season.Ž The nun is Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt who writes up scouting reports for LoyolaChicago, and certainly had a prayer answered Thursday when Donte Ingram heaved up a shot from the logo at midcourt that went in just before the buzzer to lift the 11th-seeded Ramblers to a 64-62 victor y over Miami. Ingrams shot came only a few hours after Zach Norvell Jr. of Gonzaga hit a 3 of his own to give the smallbut-successful school a closer-than-expected win over UNC Greensboro. Fitting, it seemed, because Ingram and Norvell were high school teammates in Chicago. Their former coach, Robert Smith, said he watched the game from his office: I couldnt stop smiling,Ž he told CBSsports.com. I was just so proud.Ž On Friday, 13th-seeded Marshall defeated No. 4 Wichita State 81-75 in an entertaining upset, though it was impossible to ignore the dee p er meanin g behind the matchup. The programs were bonded by the tragedies of a pair of airplane crashes that killed multiple members of their football teams over a six-week span in 1970. A popular meme on social media after Marshalls firstever win in the tournament: We Are MarshallŽ „ an homage to the 2006 movie about the crash. Even nearly 50 years later, no two-hour game can mend those wounds. But sports have always served as a great healer, and March is filled with stories that briefly take fans to a place where anything seems possible. Heading into Thursday evenin g 13th-seeded Buffalo was barely given a chance against Arizona, which in addition to having an NBAready freshman in Deandre Ayton, is also one of the most troubled programs in the country, as a result of an ESPN report that coach Sean Miller was caught on a wiretap discussing a $100,000 payment to Ayton. Miller has denied the allegation and for a time, Arizona was using the tumult as a bonding agent „ a way of saying, Its us against the world.Ž Buffalo, which doesnt have a single player with NBA credentials, brought a resounding thud to that story line with an 89-68 win. HOOPSFrom Page 1 NCAA TOURNAMENT ROUND OF 64A look at Fridays “ rst-round games Fridays bestCurses: Nevada coach Eric Musselman was pumped up after his team beat Texas in overtime in the “ rst round of the NCAA Tournament and his locker room speech that was broadcast live ended up being rated PG-13. The CBS/Turner cameras caught Musselman three times, twice loud and clear, dropping an obscenity while excitedly congratulating his team. After the third time, the cameras cutaway. Musselman then opened his postgame news conference by apologizing for his language.Number to know2: Number of wins No. 13 seeds have over No. 4 seeds in this years tournament. Auburn was playing later Friday.In the spotlightHouston chasing history in NCAA matchup with Michigan Kelvin Sampson cares very little that Houston won its “ rst NCAA Tournament game this week since the Phi Slama Jama days of Hakeem Olajuwon and Co. nearly 35 year ago. He might care a little bit more about the historical rami“ cations. The last time the Cougars triumphed in March Madness, that team coached by Guy Lewis and led by Olajuwon „ and featuring fellow “ rst-round draft picks Greg Anderson and Michael Young „ romped all the way to the Final Foul before losing to Patrick Ewing and Georgetown in the title game. I wasnt here in 1984. Ive been here since 2014,Ž said Sampson, who has been to the Final Four himself with Oklahoma. Were 1-for-1. Why do you have to keep bringing up 84? I dont know if thinking about how many we won since 1984 comes into play,Ž he said. Were 40 minutes away from going to the Sweet 16. We won 27 games this year. Its been a long time but you know, if Id been here since 84, Id be on my “ fth job by now. Id have been “ red long ago.Ž One to watch todayEAST REGION: No. 1 seed Villanova (31-4) vs. No. 9 Alabama (20-15); at Pittsburgh Bottom line: The Wildcats will try to solve the secondround puzzle that has plagued them under coach Jay Wright. The Wildcats lost in the “ rst weekend as a 1 or 2 seed in 2010, 2014, 2015 and 2017. Theyll have to knock off a Crimson Tide team coming off the programs “ rst NCAA Tournament win since 2006. Nevada 87, Texas 83 (OT): Caleb Martin scored 18 points and made two huge 3-pointers in overtime as Nevada rallied to beat Texas for its “ rst NCAA Tournament victory since 2007. Nevada (28-7) erased a 14-point, second-half de“ cit and tied it at 68 when Jordan Caroline hit one of two free throws with 3.8 seconds left in regulation. The Wolf Pack came back again after trailing by “ ve early in an overtime session that featured 34 combined points. The Wolf Pack, seeded seventh in the South Region, advanced to a Sunday matchup with No. 2 seed Cincinnati (31-4). The Bearcats beat Georgia State 68-53. Martins 3-pointer with 2:26 left in overtime gave Nevada its “ rst lead since opening the game on a 5-0 run. Texas Matt Coleman took a jumper that went around and out, and Martin hit another 3 that extended Nevadas lead to 81-77 with 1:36 left. Cincinnati 68, Georgia State 53: Jarron Cumberland had 27 points and 11 rebounds to set career highs in both categories as Cincinnati recovered after blowing a 10-point lead in the second half to beat pesky Georgia State. Cincinnati, the No. 2 seed in the South Region, won its eighth game in a row and advanced to a Sunday matchup against either seventh-seeded Nevada or 10th seed Texas. After trailing 42-32 early in the second half, Georgia State (24-11) rallied to take a pair of one-point leads, its last one coming on a driving bank shot from DMarcus Simonds with 9:30 left.South RegionTexas A&M 73, Providence 69: Admon Gilder scored 18 points to help Texas A&M hold off Providence. Robert Williams and Tyler Davis both had double-doubles for the Aggies (21-12), the No. 7 seed in the West Region. The teams were tied at 50 with about 9 minutes left but Texas A&M responded with a 12-2 run to “ nally wrestle control away from the Friars. North Carolina 84, Lipscomb 66: Kenny Williams scored 18 points and defending national champion North Carolina took its time before opening up, beating Lipscomb. Theo Pinson had 15 points and ” irted with a triple-double for the Tar Heels (26-10), the No. 2 seed in the West Region. Playing for the “ rst time in the NCAA tourney, the 15th-seeded Bisons (23-10) shot well at the start and held an early six-point edge. They led 33-31 with under four minutes left in the “ rst half before North Carolina went on a 12-1 run to take control by the break. UNC won its 12th NCAA game in 13 tries going back to the 2016 tournament that ended with a title-game loss to Villanova. Xavier 102, Texas Southern 83: J.P. Macura scored a career-high 29 points, Trevon Bluiett added 26 and Kerem Kanter had 24 as Xavier routed No. 16 seed Texas Southern 102-83 Friday night in the West Region. This was Xaviers “ rst time out as a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Only the pesky Tigers kept Xavier from never leading by more than 24. Damontrae Jefferson led “ ve Tigers in double “ gures with 20 points. He led Texas Southern from the Southwestern Athletic Conference playing every minute of the game.West RegionMichigan State 82, Bucknell 78: Miles Bridges outlasted Zach Thomas, scoring 29 points and grabbing nine rebounds to help second-seeded Michigan State hold on for an 82-78 win over Bucknell on Friday night in the “ rst round of the NCAA Tournament. Thomas fouled out on a technical with 6:06 left and “ nished with 27 points. He put on a show in the “ rst half, scoring 20 points and making all three of his shots beyond the 3-point arc to keep the Bison close. The Spartans (30-4) made the most of playing about 75 miles from campus in a packed arena with green-and-white clad fans in the stands. They roared when Bridges dunked, as he did once on a spectacular slam off an offensive rebound, and jeered when replays showed a foul called against their team. Michigan State will play the winner of the Syracuse-TCU game on Sunday. Auburn 62, Charleston 58: Mustapha Heron had 16 points and Auburn hit some key late free throws to hold off No. 13 seed Charleston 62-58 in the “ rst-round of the Midwest Region on Friday. The Tigers were in a “ ght the entire second half and trailed 55-54 with 3 minutes left after a 3-pointer from Charlestons Marquise Pointer. But Bryce Browns 3 put the Tigers back in front and Jared Harper added a 3-pointer with 1:14 left to give the Tigers a 59-56 lead. Charleston had chances in the “ nal minute to close the gap but missed three key free throws and Grant Rillers attempt at a tying 3-pointer in the “ nal 10 seconds was well short. Midwest Region Associated PressSAN DIEGO „ Jon Elmore scored 27 points and Jarrod West hit a huge 3-pointer with three minutes left to help No. 13 seed Marshall topple fourthseeded Wichita State 81-75 Friday in the East Region. The Thundering Herd (25-10) also got big shots down the stretch from Ajdin Penava and C.J. Burks to win in its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1987. Marshall joined Buffalo as the second No. 13 seed to advance to the second round. Wichita State (25-8) got 27 points from Conner Frankamp and seemed to be in control midway through the second half, but the Thundering Herd refused to fade despite its lack of NCAA tourney experience. After Frankamps long jumper gave the Shockers a 70-69 lead with just less than 5 minutes to go, Penava made a layup. The next time down the floor, West buried a long 3 and raised his right hand in celebration after giving the Thundering Herd a 74-70 lead. Shaquille Morris responded with a slam dunk for the Shockers before the 6-foot-9 Penava made another layup and Burks had a steal and a layup to give Marshall a six-point lead. Frankamp hit a 3 with 44.1 seconds left before Marshall benefited from a critical call. With 36.2 seconds left, Zach Brown of Wichita State blocked a shot by Jannson Williams and the ball went out of bounds. After a long video review, the referees awarded the ball to Marshall, and Penava had a slam dunk off an inbounds pass. Purdue 74, Cal State Fullerton 48: Carsen Edwards scored 15 points and secondseeded Purdue eventually shook off the rust from a long layoff and got the rout. Butler 79, Arkansas 62: Kelan Martin scored 27 points and Kamar Baldwin added 24 to lift 10th-seeded Butler to a victory over seventh-seeded Arkansas. The Bulldogs (2113) raced to a 21-2 lead in the opening minutes. West Virginia 85, Murray State 68: Jevon Carter scored 21 points, had eight assists and six steals, Teddy Allen added 16 points and No. 5 seed West Virginia overwhelmed 12th-seeded Murray State. Herd mentality: Just winAP PHOTOSMarshall guard Jarrod West reacts as time runs out in their first-round NCAA Tournament game against Wichita State Friday in San Diego. Marshall won 81-75. Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall reacts during the first half Friday in San Diego. The fourth-seeded Shockers fell to Marshall. East: Marshall joins Bu alo as a No. 13 seed to pull o big upset

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The Sun / Saturday, March 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com SP Page 5 SCOREBOARD PRO BASKETBALLNBAAll times EasternEASTERN CONFERENCEAtlantic Division W L PCT. GBx-Toronto 52 17 .754 „ x-Boston 47 22 .681 5 Philadelphia 38 30 .559 13 New York 24 45 .348 28 Brooklyn 21 48 .304 31Southeast Division W L Pct GBWashington 39 30 .565 „ Miami 36 33 .522 3 Charlotte 30 39 .435 9 Orlando 21 49 .300 18 Atlanta 20 49 .290 19Central Division W L Pct GBIndiana 40 29 .580 „ Cleveland 39 29 .574 Milwaukee 36 32 .529 3 Detroit 30 38 .441 9 Chicago 24 44 .353 15 WESTERN CONFERENCESouthwest Division W L Pct GBy-Houston 54 14 .794 „ New Orleans 39 29 .574 15 San Antonio 39 30 .565 15 Dallas 22 47 .319 32 Memphis 18 50 .265 36Northwest Division W L Pct GBPortland 42 26 .618 „ Oklahoma City 41 29 .586 2 Minnesota 40 29 .580 2 Utah 39 30 .565 3 Denver 38 31 .551 4Paci“ c Division W L Pct GBy-Golden State 52 16 .765 „ L.A. Clippers 37 30 .552 14 L.A. Lakers 31 37 .456 21 Sacramento 22 47 .319 30 Phoenix 19 51 .271 34 x-clinched playoff berth; y-won divisionThursdays GamesToronto 106, Indiana 99 Charlotte 129, Atlanta 117 Philadelphia 118, New York 110 Chicago 111, Memphis 110 Houston 101, L.A. Clippers 96 San Antonio 98, New Orleans 93 Denver 120, Detroit 113 Utah 116, Phoenix 88 Portland 113, Cleveland 105Fridays GamesBoston 92, Orlando 83 Philadelphia 120, Brooklyn 116 Toronto 122, Dallas 115, OT L.A. Clippers at Oklahoma City, late Miami at L.A. Lakers, late Sacramento at Golden State, lateTodays GamesAtlanta at Milwaukee, 6 p.m. Houston at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Indiana at Washington, 7 p.m. Charlotte at New York, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at Brooklyn, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland at Chicago, 8 p.m. Denver at Memphis, 8 p.m. Minnesota at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Sacramento at Utah, 9 p.m. Detroit at Portland, 10 p.m. Golden State at Phoenix, 10 p.m.Sundays GamesOklahoma City at Toronto, 1 p.m. Boston at New Orleans, 6 p.m. Houston at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Portland at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.CELTICS 92, MAGIC 83BOSTON (92) Morris 4-15 0-0 9, Horford 6-18 2-2 15, Baynes 2-8 0-0 4, Rozier 5-13 4-6 17, Tatum 3-8 1-2 8, Ojeleye 0-0 1-2 1, Nader 2-6 6-6 11, Yabusele 0-0 0-0 0, Monroe 6-8 5-8 17, Larkin 3-6 2-2 10. Totals 31-82 21-28 92. ORLANDO (83) Hezonja 4-11 2-2 11, Isaac 3-9 0-0 6, Vucevic 6-14 0-0 12, Augustin 5-11 2-2 13, Simmons 5-15 2-3 13, Iwundu 2-4 0-0 4, Biyombo 1-2 0-0 2, Birch 1-5 0-0 2, Mack 6-13 3-3 16, Purvis 1-3 1-1 4. Totals 34-87 10-11 83.BOSTON 25 23 27 17 „ 92 ORLANDO 16 15 21 31 „ 833-Point Goals„Boston 9-26 (Rozier 3-8, Larkin 2-3, Horford 1-2, Nader 1-2, Morris 1-5, Tatum 1-5, Baynes 0-1), Orlando 5-28 (Purvis 1-3, Mack 1-4, Augustin 1-4, Hezonja 1-6, Simmons 1-6, Isaac 0-1, Iwundu 0-1, Vucevic 0-3). Fouled Out„Simmons. Rebounds„Boston 55 (Morris 11), Orlando 40 (Mack, Biyombo 7). Assists„Boston 16 (Rozier 5), Orlando 14 (Augustin 4). Total Fouls„Boston 17, Orlando 23. Technicals„Morris. A„18,981 (18,846).76ERS 120, NETS 116BROOKLYN (116) Carroll 5-10 5-7 18, Hollis-Jefferson 7-13 7-9 21, Allen 2-6 2-2 6, Russell 3-14 0-0 8, Harris 3-8 2-2 11, Cunningham 2-3 0-0 6, Acy 2-4 0-0 6, Okafor 5-8 0-0 10, Dinwiddie 5-12 3-5 14, LeVert 6-11 2-2 16. Totals 40-89 21-27 116. PHILADELPHIA (120) Covington 4-5 0-0 10, Saric 4-10 0-0 9, Embiid 6-23 11-11 24, Simmons 10-17 1-4 21, Redick 7-13 6-7 23, Holmes 1-2 0-0 2, Ilyasova 3-6 2-2 9, McConnell 2-6 2-2 6, Anderson 4-7 0-0 11, Belinelli 2-6 0-0 5. Totals 43-95 22-26 120.BROOKLYN 33 25 23 35 „ 116 PHILADELPHIA 30 25 31 34 „ 1203-Point Goals„Brooklyn 15-30 (Carroll 3-4, Harris 3-6, LeVert 2-3, Cunningham 2-3, Acy 2-4, Russell 2-5, Dinwiddie 1-4, Hollis-Jefferson 0-1), Philadelphia 12-27 (Anderson 3-5, Redick 3-6, Covington 2-3, Ilyasova 1-1, Belinelli 1-2, Saric 1-3, Embiid 1-4, McConnell 0-3). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„Brooklyn 47 (Carroll 11), Philadelphia 42 (Embiid 19). Assists„Brooklyn 25 (Harris 6), Philadelphia 30 (Simmons 12). Total Fouls„Brooklyn 22, Philadelphia 21. Technicals„ Philadelphia coach 76ers (Defensive three second). A„20,666 (21,600).RAPTORS 122, MAVERICKS 115, OTDALLAS (115) Barnes 11-20 4-5 27, D. Powell 3-4 2-4 9, Nowitzki 4-6 0-0 8, Smith Jr. 9-23 1-2 19, Finney-Smith 2-4 1-1 5, McDermott 2-2 0-0 6, Warney 1-1 2-2 4, Kleber 0-1 1-2 1, Noel 2-4 2-2 6, Ferrell 6-14 0-0 12, Barea 8-12 0-0 18. Totals 48-91 13-18 115. TORONTO (122) Anunoby 2-3 0-0 4, Ibaka 5-10 0-0 12, Valanciunas 7-9 7-8 21, Wright 6-15 0-0 15, DeRozan 8-23 12-14 29, Miles 3-9 4-4 10, Miller 1-3 0-0 3, Siakam 5-6 2-3 12, Poeltl 1-1 0-0 2, VanVleet 5-12 1-2 14. Totals 43-91 26-31 122.DALLAS 27 33 24 22 9 „ 115 TORONTO 29 25 24 28 16 „ 1223-Point Goals„Dallas 6-22 (McDermott 2-2, Barea 2-4, D. Powell 1-1, Barnes 1-3, Kleber 0-1, Nowitzki 0-2, Smith Jr. 0-2, Finney-Smith 0-2, Ferrell 0-5), Toronto 10-30 (Wright 3-7, VanVleet 3-8, Ibaka 2-5, DeRozan 1-3, Miller 1-3, Anunoby 0-1, Miles 0-3). Fouled Out„Noel. Rebounds„Dallas 36 (D. Powell 8), Toronto 45 (Valanciunas 12). Assists„Dallas 25 (Barea 6), Toronto 26 (VanVleet 8). Total Fouls„ Dallas 27, Toronto 21. A„19,800 (19,800).ODDSPREGAME.COM LINENATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONTodayFAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG at Chicago Off Off Cleveland at Milwaukee 11 216 Atlanta at Washington Off Off Indiana Houston 7 227 at New Orl. at Brooklyn 2 213 Dallas Charlotte 6 221 at New York at Memphis Off Off Denver at San Antonio 4 212 Minnesota at Utah 14 200 Sacramento at Phoenix Off Off Golden State at Portland 8 209 DetroitCOLLEGE BASKETBALLTodayFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG Duke 9 Rhode Island Villanova 11 Alabama Kansas 4 Seton Hall Michigan 3 Houston Tennessee 5 Loyola Of Chicago Texas Tech 2 Florida Gonzaga 3 Ohio State Kentucky 6 Buffalo at Notre Dame 5 Penn St. at San Diedo 6 Portland StateSundayat Baylor 5 Mississippi St. at Marquette 4 Oregon at N. Colorado 7 Drake at Louisville 5 Middle TennesseeNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE TodayFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE at Buffalo Off Chicago Off at Florida -174 Edmonton +162 at Los Angeles -148 New Jersey +138 at Carolina -108 Philadel p hia -102 at Tampa Bay -163 Boston +153 at Columbus -226 Ottawa +206 at Toronto Off Montreal Off at St. Louis -195 N.Y. Rangers +180 at Arizona Off Minnesota Off San Jose -188 at Vancouver +173 Updated odds available at Pregame.comTRANSACTIONSBASEBALLMajor League BaseballOFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BASEBALL „ Suspended Toronto LHP Thomas Pannone 80 games after testing positive for Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone, a performance-enhancing substance, in violation of Major League Baseballs Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.American LeagueBALTIMORE ORIOLES „ Reassigned LHP Jayson Aquino to their minor league camp. CHICAGO WHITE SOX „ Optioned 1B Casey Gillaspie to Charlotte (IL). MINNESOTA TWINS „ Designated 1B Kennys Vargas for release or assignment. NEW YORK YANKEES „ Acquired RHP Luis Gil from Minnesota for OF Jake Cave. TAMPA BAY RAYS „ Optioned RHP Chih-Wei Hu to Durham (IL). TEXAS RANGERS „ Optioned RHP Nick Gardewine to Round Rock (PCL).National LeagueARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS „ Optioned 2B Ildemaro Vargas, SS Jack Reinheimer and CF Socrates Brito to Reno (PCL). ATLANTA BRAVES „ Optioned LHP Max Fried to Gwinnett (IL). CHICAGO CUBS „ Optioned RHP Dillon Maples and OF Mark Zagunis to Iowa (PCL). Granted RHP Justin Grimm his release. CINCINNATI REDS „ Agreed to terms with 3B Eugenio Suarez on a seven-year contract. Reassigned INF Dilson Herrera, INF/OF Patrick Kivlehan, INF/OF Darnell Sweeney and C Chadwick Tromp to their minor league camp. MIAMI MARLINS „ Optioned LHPs Dillon Peters and Adam Conley to New Orleans (PCL) and LHP Jarlin Garcia to Jacksonville (SL). PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES „ Designated 2B Eliezer Alvarez for assignment. Selected the contract of OF Pedro Florimon from Lehigh Valley (IL). ST. LOUIS CARDINALS „ Agreed to terms with LF Granden Goetzman on a minor league contract.American AssociationWICHITA WINGNUTS „ Released RHP Seth Harvey.Frontier LeagueNORMAL CORNBELTERS „ Signed OF Derrick Loveless. WASHINGTON WILD THINGS „ Signed OF James Harris to a contract extension.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationNBA „ Fined Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers $15,000 for public criticism of the of“ ciating, following a March 15 loss to Houston.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueARIZONA CARDINALS „ Signed QB Sam Bradford to a two-year contract. BALTIMORE RAVENS „ Withdrew the contract offer for WR Ryan Grant after he failed his physical. BUFFALO BILLS „ Re-signed RBs Travaris Cadet and Taiwan Jones. CAROLINA PANTHERS „ Signed DT Dontari Poe. CHICAGO BEARS „ Agreed to terms with P Pat ODonnell, TE Daniel Brown and QB Tyler Bray on one-year contracts. DETROIT LIONS „ Re-signed RB Zach Zenner. GREEN BAY PACKERS „ Signed TE Jimmy Graham. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS „ Signed K Caleb Sturgis to a two-year contract. MINNESOTA VIKINGS „ Signed DTs Dylan Bradley and Sheldon Richardson. Released WR Jarius Wright. NEW YORK GIANTS „ Signed OL Patrick Omameh and DB Curtis Riley. NEW YORK JETS „ Signed CB Trumaine Johnson to a “ ve-year contract. OAKLAND RAIDERS „ Signed LS Andrew DePaola to a four-year contract and CB Rashaan Melvin. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES „ Released DE Vinny Curry. TENNESSEE TITANS „ Released DL Karl Klug. WASHINGTON REDSKINS „ Re-signed WR Brian Quick. Signed P Sam Irwin-Hill.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueANAHEIM DUCKS „ Recalled D Korbinian Holzer from San Diego (AHL). ARIZONA C OYOTES „ Assigned G Adin Hill to Tucson (AHL). DALLAS STARS „ Reassigned G Mike McKenna to Texas (AHL). NEW JERSEY DEVILS „ Signed F Brett Seney to a two-year, entry-level contract.American Hockey LeagueAHL „ Suspended Iowa F Ryan White two games for a boarding incident in a March 14 game at Grand Rapids and Charlotte D Josiah Didier one game for an elbowing incident in March 14 game against Wilkes-Barre/ Scranton. SAN ANTONIO RAMPAGE „ Signed D Scott Dornbrock to an amateur tryout contract.ECHLECHL „ Suspended Idahos Brady Brassart two games and “ ned him an undisclosed amount for his actions in a March 15 game at South Carolina.SOCCERMajor League SoccerFC Dallas „ Loaned C back Jordan Cano to OKC Energy FC (USL). OTTAWA FURY FC „ Added M Chris Mannella and D Monti Mohsen to the roster.COLLEGE BASKETBALLNCAA WOMENS TOURNAMENT All times Eastern ALBANY REGIONAL First Round Friday At Columbia, S.C. Virginia 68, California 62 South Carolina 63, N.C. A&T 52 Today At Storrs, Conn. UConn (32-0) vs. Saint Francis (Pa.) (24-9), 11 a.m. Miami (21-10) vs. Quinnipiac (27-5), 1:30 p.m. At Athens, Ga. Duke (22-8) vs. Belmont (31-3), 11 a.m. Georgia (25-6) vs. Mercer (30-2), 1:30 p.m. At Tallahassee, Fla. Florida State (25-6) vs. Little Rock (23-9), 11 a.m. South Florida (26-7) vs. Buffalo (27-5), 1:30 p.m. SPOKANE REGIONAL First Round Friday At Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame 99, Cal State Northridge 81 Villanova 81, South Dakota State 74, OT At College Station, Texas DePaul 90, Oklahoma 79 Texas A&M 89, Drake 76 At Eugene, Ore. Minnesota 89, Green Bay 77 Oregon 88, Seattle 45 Today At Columbus, Ohio LSU (19-9) vs. Central Michigan (28-4), 11 a.m. Ohio State (27-6) vs. George Washington (19-13), 1:30 p.m. KANSAS CITY REGIONAL First Round Friday At Raleigh, N.C. Maryland 77, Princeton 57 NC State 62, Elon 34 Today At Starkville, Miss. Syracuse (22-8) vs. Oklahoma State (20-10), 3:30 p.m. Mississippi State (32-1) vs. Nicholls (19-13), 6 p.m. At Los Angeles UCLA (24-7) vs. American (26-6), 3:30 p.m. Iowa (24-7) vs. Creighton (18-12), 6 p.m. At Austin, Texas Arizona State (21-12) vs. Nebraska (21-10), 3:30 p.m. Texas (26-6) vs. Maine (23-9), 6 p.m. LEXINGTON REGIONAL First Round Friday At Louisville, Ky. Louisville 74, Boise State 42 Marquette 84, Dayton 65 At Knoxville, Tenn. Oregon State 82, Western Kentucky 58 Tennessee 100, Liberty 60 At Waco, Texas Michigan 75, Northern Colorado 61 Baylor 96, Grambling State 46 Today At Stanford, Calif. Missouri (24-7) vs. Florida Gulf Coast (30-4), 3:30 p.m. Stanford (22-10) vs. Gonzaga (27-5), 6 p.m. PRO HOCKEYNHLEASTERN CONFERENCEAtlantic Division GP W L OT PTS GF GA Tampa Bay 70 48 18 4 100 257 198 Boston 69 44 17 8 96 232 179 Toronto 71 42 22 7 91 239 204 Florida 68 35 26 7 77 208 212 Montreal 71 26 33 12 64 182 226 Detroit 70 26 33 11 63 181 215 Ottawa 70 26 33 11 63 196 242 Buffalo 70 22 36 12 56 167 229Metropolitan Division GP W L OT PTS GF GA Washington 71 41 23 7 89 222 208 Pittsburgh 72 41 26 5 87 237 218 Columbus 71 38 28 5 81 198 198 Philadelphia 71 35 25 11 81 208 210 New Jersey 70 36 26 8 80 212 211 Carolina 70 30 29 11 71 188 218 N.Y. Rangers 71 32 32 7 71 205 227 N.Y. Islanders 71 30 31 10 70 228 258WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT PTS GF GA Nashville 70 46 14 10 102 228 176 Winnipeg 71 42 19 10 94 236 187 Minnesota 70 39 24 7 85 217 203 Colorado 70 38 24 8 84 224 204 Dallas 72 38 26 8 84 207 193 St. Louis 70 37 28 5 79 192 186 Chicago 71 30 33 8 68 201 213Paci“ c Division GP W L OT PTS GF GA Vegas 70 45 20 5 95 238 195 San Jose 70 38 23 9 85 207 192 Los Angeles 71 39 26 6 84 207 178 Anaheim 71 35 24 12 82 198 193 Calgary 71 35 26 10 80 198 206 Edmonton 70 30 35 5 65 196 226 Vancouver 71 25 37 9 59 183 231 Arizona 70 23 36 11 57 169 225 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 GamesWashington 7, N.Y. Islanders 3 Columbus 5, Philadelphia 3 Toronto 5, Buffalo 2 Pittsburgh 5, Montreal 3 Florida 3, Boston 0 Winnipeg 6, Chicago 2 Colorado 4, St. Louis 1 Los Angeles 4, Detroit 1 Nashville 3, Arizona 2Fridays GamesWashington 6, N.Y. Islanders 3 Ottawa 3, Dallas 2, OT Nashville at Colorado, late San Jose at Calgary, late Detroit at Anaheim, late Minnesota at Vegas, lateTodays GamesChicago at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Edmonton at Florida, 2 p.m. New Jersey at Los Angeles, 4 p.m. Montreal at Toronto, 7 p.m. Philadelphia at Carolina, 7 p.m. Ottawa at Columbus, 7 p.m. Boston at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Minnesota at Arizona, 9 p.m. San Jose at Vancouver, 10 p.m.Sundays GamesDetroit at Colorado, 3 p.m. Calgary at Vegas, 4 p.m. Edmonton at Tampa Bay, 5 p.m. Carolina at N.Y. Islanders, 5 p.m. Washington at Philadelphia, 5 p.m. Dallas at Winnipeg, 7:30 p.m. St. Louis at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Anaheim, 9 p.m.CAPITALS 6, ISLANDERS 3N.Y. ISLANDERS 0 1 2 „ 3 WASHINGTON 1 2 3 „ 6 First Period„1, Washington, Oshie 15 (Ovechkin, Kuznetsov), 14:33 (pp). Penalties„Boychuk, NYI, (hooking), 1:04; Cizikas, NYI, (high sticking), 4:13; Hickey, NYI, (hooking), 14:00; Ovechkin, WSH, (illegal equipment), 19:30. Second Period„2, N.Y. Islanders, Barzal 19, 5:30 (pp). 3, Washington, Backstrom 19 (Carlson, Kuznetsov), 7:12 (pp). 4, Washington, Niskanen 5 (Backstrom, Chiasson), 17:55. Penalties„ Kuznetsov, WSH, (cross checking), 3:45; Johnston, NYI, Major (“ ghting), 6:08; Wilson, WSH, Major (“ ghting), 6:08; Johnston, NYI, served by Barzal, (instigator), 6:08; Johnston, NYI, Misconduct (misconduct), 6:08; Johnston, NYI, Misconduct (misconduct), 6:08; Clutterbuck, NYI, (interference), 6:19; Orlov, WSH, (roughing), 8:30; Hickey, NYI, (slashing), 19:54. Third Period„5, Washington, Chiasson 8 (Vrana, Orlov), 1:46 (pp). 6, Washington, Vrana 13 (Chiasson), 10:56. 7, N.Y. Islanders, Nelson 17 (Pulock, Eberle), 13:52 (pp). 8, N.Y. Islanders, Tavares 32 (Pulock, Barzal), 16:14 (pp). 9, Washington, Eller 17 (Beagle), 18:02. Penalties„ Fritz, NYI, (tripping), 7:23; Orlov, WSH, (slashing), 12:05; Beauvillier, NYI, (cross checking), 14:02; Burakovsky, WSH, (holding), 15:12. Shots on Goal„N.Y. Islanders 4-9-12„25. Washington 10-10-11„31. Power -play opportunities„N.Y. Islanders 3 of 5; Washington 3 of 8. Goalies„N.Y. Islanders, Halak 18-22-6 (30 shots-25 saves). Washington, Holtby 29-15-4 (25-22). T„2:40. Referees„Dan ORourke, Francois St Laurent. Linesmen„Ryan Daisy, Greg Devorski.SENATORS 3, STARS 2, OTDALLAS 1 0 1 0 „ 2 OTTAWA 0 0 2 1 „ 3 First Period„1, Dallas, Seguin 38 (Benn, Radulov), 10:36 (pp). Penalties„Chabot, OTT, (slashing), 10:25; Pateryn, DAL, Major (“ ghting), 11:13; Borowiecki, OTT, Major (“ ghting), 11:13; Janmark, DAL, (hooking), 15:05. Second Period„None. Penalties„Hamhuis, DAL, (tripping), 9:48; Pitlick, DAL, major (high sticking), 19:04. Third Period„2, Ottawa, Gaborik 10 (Dzingel, Chabot), 2:20 (pp). 3, Ottawa, Duchene 22 (Hoffman, Karlsson), 16:50. 4, Dallas, Pitlick 14 (Benn, Hamhuis), 18:12. Penalties„None. Overtime„5, Ottawa, Hoffman 22 (Karlsson, Duchene), 3:26. Penalties„None. Shots on Goal„Dallas 9-7-7-2„25. Ottawa 6-6-11-2„25. Power -play opportunities„Dallas 1 of 1; Ottawa 1 of 4. Goalies„Dallas, Bishop 26-17-5 (25 shots-22 saves). Ottawa, Anderson 21-20-6 (25-23). A„15,842 (18,572). T„2:36. Referees„Pierre Lambert, Wes McCauley. Linesmen„Michel Cormier, Kiel Murchison.ECHLEASTERN CONFERENCE North Division GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA Manchester 62 37 20 3 2 79 230 184 Adirondack 63 35 21 3 4 77 206 197 Reading 62 33 21 8 0 74 197 174 Wheeling 63 31 25 6 1 69 220 218 Worcester 60 28 25 4 3 63 165 175 Brampton 62 24 28 6 4 58 184 209 South Division GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA Florida 61 43 12 2 4 92 211 147 South Carolina 61 39 15 6 1 85 182 133 Orlando 64 30 27 6 1 67 185 207 Atlanta 64 29 32 1 2 61 181 202 Norfolk 63 24 32 6 1 55 193 232 Jacksonville 62 23 32 4 3 53 180 212 Greenville 63 21 34 7 1 50 184 253 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA Toledo 64 44 15 3 2 93 213 150 Fort Wayne 62 42 16 3 1 88 260 182 Cincinnati 60 35 23 2 0 72 193 176 Kalamazoo 61 29 26 4 2 64 223 223 Kansas City 62 30 28 2 2 64 169 195 Indy 62 30 29 2 1 63 204 217 Quad City 63 20 39 3 1 44 172 263 Mountain Division GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA Colorado 62 40 16 4 2 86 222 184 Idaho 64 37 20 4 3 81 211 175 Wichita 62 32 24 4 2 70 198 196 Allen 61 31 24 4 2 68 203 194 Tulsa 63 28 24 3 8 67 191 201 Utah 62 25 24 7 6 63 205 220 Rapid City 62 20 37 3 2 45 170 233 NOTE: Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss. x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division z-clinched conferenceThursdays GamesFlorida 2, Orlando 1, OT Jacksonville 4, Atlanta 1 Idaho 3, South Carolina 0Fridays GamesNorfolk 6, Greenville 3 Adirondack 3, Fort Wayne 2, OT Manchester 5, Utah 4, OT Worcester 6, Wheeling 1 Idaho 1, South Carolina 0 Florida 3, Orlando 1 Cincinnati 6, Indy 1 Toledo 3, Quad City 2 Tulsa 5, Kansas City 3 Wichita at Rapid City, 9:05 p.m.Saturdays GamesWheeling at Adirondack, 3 p.m. Utah at Manchester, 6 p.m. Brampton at Reading, 7 p.m. Orlando at Florida, 7 p.m. Greenville at Norfolk, 7 p.m. Cincinnati at Kalamazoo, 7 p.m. Jacksonville at Atlanta, 7:05 p.m. Fort Wayne at Worcester, 7:05 p.m. Toledo at Indy, 7:35 p.m. Tulsa at Kansas City, 8:05 p.m. Allen at Colorado, 9:05 p.m. Wichita at Rapid City, 9:05 p.m.COLLEGEAll Times Eastern x-if necessaryATLANTIC HOCKEY CONFERENCEFirst Round (Best-of-3) Friday, March 2 American International 4, Niagara 1 RIT 5, Sacred Heart 4, OT Robert Morris 3, Bentley 1 Saturday, March 3 American International 4, Niagara 3, 2OT, AIC wins series 2-0 Sacred Heart 4, RIT 3, 3OT Bentley 4, Robert Morris 3 Sunday, March 4 Sacred Heart 2, RIT 0, Sacred Heart wins series 2-1 Robert Morris 3, Bentley 2, Robert Morris wins series 2-1 Quarter“ nals (Best-of-3) Friday, March 9 Mercyhurst 4, Sacred Heart 2 Canisius 8, American International 1 Robert Morris 4, Holy Cross 1 Air Force 5, Army 3 Saturday, March 10 Mercyhurst 3, Sacred Heart 2, OT, Mercyhurst wins series 2-0 American International 2,Canisius 1, OT Robert Morris 5, Holy Cross 1, Robert Morris wins series 2-0 Army 1, Air Force 0 Sunday, March 11 Canisius 3, American International 0, Canisius wins series 2-1 Air Force 1, Army 0, OT, Air Force wins series 2-1 Semi“ nals Friday, March 16 At Blue Cross Arena Rochester, N.Y. Robert Morris 5, Mercyhurst 4, OT Air Force vs. Canisius, 8:05 p.m. Championship Saturday, March 17 At Blue Cross Arena Rochester, N.Y. Robert Morris vs. Air Force-Canisius winner, 7:35 p.m.BIG TEN CONFERENCEFirst Round (Best-of-3) Friday, March 2 Ohio State 6, Michigan State 2 Penn State 5, Minnesota 3 Michigan 6, Wisconsin 5 Saturday, March 3 Ohio State 4, Michigan State 3, OT, Ohio State wins series 2-0 Penn State 6, Minnesota 5, Penn State wins series 2-0 Michigan 7, Wisconsin 4, Michigan wins series 2-0 Semi“ nals Saturday, March 10 Notre Dame 3, Penn State 2 Ohio State 3, Michigan 2, OT Championship Saturday, March 17 Ohio State at Notre Dame, 8 p.m.ECACFirst Round (Best-of-3) Friday, March 2 Dartmouth 2, St. Lawrence 1 Colgate 3, RPI 1 Princeton 8, Brown 2 Quinnipiac 5, Yale 1 Saturday, March 3 St. Lawrence 4, Dartmouth 2 RPI 1, Colgate 0 Princeton 7, Brown 1, Princeton wins series 2-0 Quinnipiac 4,Yale 1, Quinnipiac wins series 2-0 Sunday, March 4 Dartmouth 2, St. Lawrence 1, Dartmouth wins series 2-1 Colgate 2, RPI 0, Colgate wins series 2-1 Quarter“ nals (Best-of-3) Friday, March 9 Cornell 9, Quinnipiac 1 Princeton 5, Union (NY) 3 Colgate 2, Clarkson 1 Dartmouth 4, Harvard 1 Saturday, March 10 Cornell 2, Quinnipiac 0, Cornell wins series 2-0 Princeton 3, Union (NY) 2, Princeton wins series 2-0 Clarkson 3, Colgate 0 Harvard 7, Dartmouth 1 Sunday, March 11 Harvard 4, Dartmouth 2, Harvard wins series 2-1 Clarkson 5, Colgate 1, Clarkson wins series 2-1 Semi“ nals Friday, March 16 At Herb Brooks Arena Lake Placid, N.Y. Princeton 4, Cornell 1 Harvard vs. Clarkson, 7:35 p.m. Championship Saturday, March 17 At Herb Brooks Arena Lake Placid, N.Y. Princeton vs. Harvard-Clarkson winner, 7:30 p.m.HOCKEY EASTFirst Round (Best-of-3) Thursday, March 1 UMass 3, Vermont 2, OT Friday, March 2 Vermont 4, UMass 3, OT Merrimack 2, UMass Lowell 1, OT Maine 4, New Hampshire 1 Saturday, March 3 Merrimack 3, UMass Lowell 2, Merrimack wins series 2-0 Maine 3, New Hampshire 2, Maine wins series 2-0 Sunday, March 4 UMass 5, Vermont 1, UMass wins series 2-1 Quarter“ nals (Best-of-3) Friday, March 9 Providence 4, Maine 3 Northeastern 3, UMass 2 Boston College 1, Merrimack 0 Boston University 5, UConn 4, OT Saturday, March 10 Boston University 2, UConn 1, Boston U. wins series 2-0 Providence 3, Maine 2, Providence wins series 2-0 Northeastern 7, UMass 2, Northeastern wins series 2-0 Boston College 4, Merrimack 3, OT, Boston College wins series 2-0 Semi“ nals Friday, March 16 At TD Garden Boston Boston University 4, Boston College 3, OT Providence vs. Northeastern, 8 p.m. Championship Saturday, March 17 At TD Garden Boston Boston university vs. Providence-Northeastern winner, 7 p.m.NATIONAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY CONFERENCEQuarter“ nals (Best-of-3) Friday, March 9 Minnesota-Duluth 5, Western Michigan 0 St. Cloud State 5, Miami (Ohio) 2 North Dakota 4, Omaha 0 Colorado College 2, Denver 0 Saturday, March 10 Minnesota-Duluth 2, Western Michigan 0, Minnesota-Duluth wins series 2-0 Miami (Ohio) 3, St. Cloud State 2, OT, series tied 1-1 North Dakota 4, Omaha 3, OT, North Dakota wins series 2-0 Denver 3, Colorado College 2, series tied 1-1 Sunday, March 11 St. Cloud State 4, Miami (Ohio) 3, OT Denver 6, Colorado College 1 Semi“ nals Friday, March 16 At Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, Minn. St. Cloud State 3, North Dakota 2, OT Denver vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 8:35 p.m. Saturday, March 17 At Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, Minn. Third Place North Dakota vs. Denver-Min.-Duluth loser, 4:38 p.m. Championship St. Cloud St. vs. Denver-Min.-Duluth winner, 8:38 p.m.WESTERN COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATIONQuarter“ nals (Best-of-3) Friday, March 2 Northern Michigan 7, Alabama-Huntsville 1 Michigan Tech 5, Bemidji State 3 Bowling Green 2, Ferris State 1, OT Minnesota State 8, Alaska 2 Saturday, March 3 Bowling Green 5, Ferris State 2, Bowling Green wins series 2-0 Alabama-Huntsville 3, Northern Michigan 2 Michigan Tech 5, Bemidji State 4, Michigan Tech wins series 2-0 Minnesota State 6, Alaska 2, Minnesota State wins series 2-0 Sunday, March 4 Northern Michigan 5, Alabama-Huntsville 2, Northern Michigan wins series 2-1 Semi“ nals (Best-of-3) Friday, March 9 Northern Michigan 6, Bowling Green 1 Minnesota State 2, Michigan Tech 1 Saturday, March 10 Bowling Green 1, Northern Michigan 0 Michigan Tech 4, Minnesota State 2 Sunday, March 11 Northern Michigan 3, Bowling Green 2, OT, Northern Michigan wins series 2-1 Michigan Tech 2, Minnesota State 1, OT, Michigan Tech wins series 2-1 Championship Saturday, March 17 Michigan Tech at Northern Michigan, 7:07 p.m.PRO BASEBALLSPRING TRAININGAll times EasternAMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pct. Houston 15 6 .714 Baltimore 13 8 .619 Boston 12 8 .600 New York 12 8 .600 Cleveland 12 9 .571 Oakland 10 8 .556 Kansas City 11 10 .524 Chicago 10 10 .500 Minnesota 10 10 .500 Toronto 10 11 .476 Tampa Bay 9 11 .450 Seattle 9 12 .429 Los Angeles 10 14 .417 Detroit 7 11 .389 Texas 7 13 .350NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pct. Milwaukee 14 7 .667 Chicago 13 7 .650 Miami 12 7 .632 Arizona 12 9 .571 San Diego 10 9 .526 Washington 10 9 .526 Los Angeles 11 10 .524 San Francisco 10 10 .500 St. Louis 10 10 .500 Atlanta 10 11 .476 Colorado 9 12 .429 Philadelphia 8 13 .381 Pittsburgh 7 12 .368 Cincinnati 7 15 .318 New York 5 15 .250(ss)-split squad games count in the standings, ties and games against non-MLB teams do not countThursdays GamesBaltimore 1, St. Louis 0 Atlanta 8, Detroit 1 Houston 12, Washington 3 Minnesota 8, Tampa Bay 1 N.Y. Yankees 9, Pittsburgh 5 Boston 7, Toronto 5 Miami 7, N.Y. Mets 6 Arizona 3, Chicago Cubs 2 Cincinnati 10, Cleveland 6 Kansas City 14, L.A. Dodgers 8 Texas 6, Milwaukee 5 L.A. Angels (ss) 10, Colorado 8 Chicago White Sox 7, L.A. Angels (ss) 2 San Diego 9, San Francisco 7 Seattle 6, Oakland 2Fridays GamesPittsburgh 12, Atlanta 9 St. Louis (ss) 4, Miami 2 Philadelphia (ss) 6, Detroit 6 Tampa Bay 11, Minnesota (ss) 1 Washington 4, St. Louis (ss) 2 Toronto 6, Philadelphia (ss) 4 Baltimore 4, N.Y. Mets 4 Chicago Cubs 6, Chicago White Sox 3 Oakland 7, Cleveland 3 Milwaukee 16, Cincinnati 13 Seattle 9, Texas 7 Colorado 18, L.A. Angels 6 Kansas City 12, San Diego 4 Arizona 4, L.A. Dodgers 1 Boston 4, Minnesota (ss) 2 Houston 2, N.Y. Yankees 0Todays GamesAtlanta (ss) vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Houston vs. Miami at Jupiter, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, Fla., 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Washington at West Palm Beach, Fla., 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees vs. Detroit at Lakeland, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay vs. Boston at Fort Myers, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Toronto (ss) vs. Baltimore at Sarasota, Fla., 1:05 p.m. St. Louis vs. Atlanta (ss) at Kissimmee, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Canada Jr. vs. Toronto (ss) at Dunedin, Fla., 1:07 p.m. Texas (ss) vs. Kansas City at Surprise, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. Cleveland (ss) vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Colorado vs. Milwaukee at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers vs. Chicago White Sox at Glendale, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. San Francisco (ss) vs. Cincinnati at Goodyear, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Seattle (ss) vs. Oakland at Mesa, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. San Diego vs. Arizona at Scottsdale, Ariz., 4:10 p.m. L.A. Angels vs. Seattle (ss) at Peoria, Ariz., 4:10 p.m. Cleveland (ss) vs. Chicago Cubs at Las Vegas, NV, 7:05 p.m. Oakland (ss) vs. San Francisco at Scottsdale, Ariz., 7:05 p.m. Kansas City (ss) vs. Texas at Surprise, Ariz., 9:05 p.m.GOLFPGA TOURARNOLD PALMER INVITATIONALFridays leaders at Bay Hill Club & Lodge, Orlando, Fla. Purse: $8.9 million. Yardage: 7,419; Par: 72 (36-36)Second RoundHenrik Stenson 64-69„133 Bryson DeChambeau 67-66„133 Talor Gooch 65-70„135 Byeong Hun An 68-68„136 Charley Hoffman 71-66„137 Rickie Fowler 67-71„138 Billy Horschel 68-70„138 Luke List 71-67„138 Patrick Reed 68-70„138 Ryan Moore 71-67„138 Rory McIlroy 69-70„139 Ernie Els 69-70„139 J.B. Holmes 68-71„139 Bud Cauley 72-67„139 Sam Burns 69-70„139 Curtis Luck 71-68„139 Chris Kirk 71-69„140 Marc Leishman 70-70„140 Kevin Chappell 70-70„140 Bubba Watson 70-70„140 Justin Rose 69-71„140 Tiger Woods 68-72„140 Zach Johnson 69-71„140 Grayson Murray 71-69„140 Kevin Na 71-70„141 Jamie Lovemark 73-68„141 Aaron Wise 65-76„141 William McGirt 70-71„141 Graeme McDowell 69-72„141 Tom Hoge 71-70„141 Ollie Schniederjans 71-71„142 James Hahn 71-71„142 Charles Howell III 72-70„142 Stewart Cink 72-70„142 Kyle Stanley 71-71„142 Hideki Matsuyama 70-72„142 Martin Laird 72-70„142 Francesco Molinari 72-71„143 Harris English 72-71„143 Adam Scott 73-70„143 Brian Harman 68-75„143 Lucas Glover 72-71„143 Sam Hors“ eld 70-73„143 Brandon Harkins 69-74„143 Ian Poulter 73-70„143 HaoTong Li 73-70„143 Mackenzie Hughes 74-69„143 Jimmy Walker 67-76„143 Brian Stuard 74-69„143 Alex Noren 71-72„143 Patrick Rodgers 72-71„143 Sean OHair 72-71„143 Paul Goydos 70-74„144 Keegan Bradley 72-72„144 Emiliano Grillo 69-75„144 Davis Love III 73-71„144 Tyrrell Hatton 70-74„144 Collin Morikawa 72-72„144 Doc Redman 72-72„144 Beau Hossler 71-73„144 Tyrone Van Aswegen 72-72„144 Jason Day 73-71„144 Brian Gay 73-71„144 Ryan Armour 70-74„144 Chesson Hadley 74-70„144 C.T. Pan 74-71„145 Kevin Tway 74-71„145 Tommy Fleetwood 69-76„145 Austin Cook 72-73„145 Hudson Swafford 73-72„145 David Lingmerth 77-68„145 Peter Uihlein 73-72„145 Sung Kang 78-67„145 Kevin Streelman 73-72„145 John Huh 72-73„145 Russell Knox 74-71„145 Anirban Lahiri 73-72„145Failed to make the cut Robert Streb 74-72„146 Scott Stallings 75-71„146 Nick Taylor 72-74„146 Hunter Mahan 72-74„146 Sam Saunders 77-69„146 Padraig Harrington 71-75„146 Tyler Duncan 71-75„146 Billy Hurley III 72-74„146 A.J. McInerney 75-71„146 Kiradech Aphibarnrat 73-74„147 Tim Herron 75-72„147 Yuta Ikeda 73-74„147 Matthew Fitzpatrick 76-71„147 Alex Cejka 73-74„147 Scott Piercy 76-71„147 Patton Kizzire 77-70„147 Shane Lowry 75-72„147 Ben Martin 74-73„147 Jason Kokrak 71-76„147 Stuart Appleby 78-70„148 D.A. Points 76-72„148 Charl Schwartzel 73-75„148 Danny Lee 76-72„148 Whee Kim 72-76„148 Brandt Snedeker 77-71„148 Cody Gribble 73-76„149 Scott Brown 73-76„149 Cameron Smith 75-74„149 Louis Oosthuizen 76-74„150 Matt Every 70-80„150 Vijay Singh 74-76„150 Sangmoon Bae 76-74„150 Kevin Kisner 74-76„150 Camilo Villegas 75-76„151 Si Woo Kim 76-75„151 Martin Piller 75-77„152 Satoshi Kodaira 75-77„152 Luke Donald 79-74„153 Robert Gamez 72-82„154 Ted Potter, Jr. 80-76„156 Donny Lee 79-77„156 Smylie Kaufman 77-81„158LPGA TOURFOUNDERS CUPThursdays leaders at Wild“ re Golf Club, Phoenix Purse: $1.5 million. Yardage: 6,656; Par: 72 (36-36) (a-denotes amateur)First RoundChella Choi 35-32„67 Karine Icher 31-36„67 Hee Young Park 35-33„68 Cydney Clanton 35-33„68 Mariajo Uribe 34-34„68 Lizette Salas 34-34„68 Inbee Park 34-34„68 Ariya Jutanugarn 34-34„68 Katherine Kirk 36-33„69 Pornanong Phatlum 36-33„69 Maude-Aimee Leblanc 36-33„69 Sung Hyun Park 33-36„69 Jessica Korda 37-32„69 Anna Nordqvist 34-35„69 Dani Holmqvist 32-37„69 Alison Lee 34-35„69 Beth Allen 34-36„70 Aditi Ashok 33-37„70 Jodi Ewart Shadoff 34-36„70 Jin Young Ko 32-38„70 Michelle Wie 36-34„70 a-Seon Woo Bae 36-34„70 Brittany M Benvenuto 33-37„70 Tiffany Joh 36-34„70 Lee-Anne Pace 36-34„70 Marina Alex 35-35„70 Kyung Kim 35-35„70 Jackie Stoelting 35-35„70 Ryann OToole 34-36„70 Jane Park 34-36„70 Perrine Delacour 35-36„71 Kim Kaufman 33-38„71 Lindy Duncan 36-35„71 Brittany Altomare 35-36„71 In Gee Chun 36-35„71 Charley Hull 36-35„71 Eun-Hee Ji 36-35„71 Ashleigh Buhai 35-36„71 Amy Yang 34-37„71 Haeji Kang 35-36„71 Beatriz Recari 35-36„71 Caroline Inglis 36-35„71 Brianna Do 34-37„71 Bronte Law 33-38„71 Amelia Lewis 32-39„71 Erynne Lee 35-36„71 Carlota Ciganda 35-36„71 Megan Khang 36-35„71 Jeong Eun Lee 34-37„71 Caroline Masson 34-37„71 Sarah Jane Smith 36-35„71 Angela Stanford 36-35„71 Na Yeon Choi 35-36„71 Mirim Lee 37-34„71 Catriona Matthew 38-33„71 Morgan Pressel 39-32„71 Mo Martin 36-35„71 Mel Reid 34-37„71 Ayako Uehara 34-38„72 Lindsey Weaver 35-37„72 Celine Boutier 37-35„72 a-Jennifer Hahn 38-34„72 Juli Inkster 33-39„72 Jennifer Song 35-37„72 Brooke M. Henderson 35-37„72 Brittany Lincicome 35-37„72 Mariah Stackhouse 36-36„72 Nanna Koerstz Madsen 35-37„72 Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 35-37„72 Nasa Hataoka 34-38„72 Amy Olson 39-33„72 Nicole Broch Larsen 37-35„72 Daniela Darquea 35-37„72 Maria Torres 35-37„72 Anne-Catherine Tanguay 35-37„72 Angel Yin 37-35„72 Nelly Korda 35-37„72 Mi Hyang Lee 36-36„72 P.K. Kongkraphan 36-36„72 Rebecca Lillian Artis 37-35„72 Sydnee Michaels 37-35„72 Sun Young Yoo 35-37„72

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Page 6 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, March 17, 2018 / The Sun Page 6 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, March 17, 2018 / The SunMLB: Rays Notebook 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=712493Expires 3/18/18Weekend Special!Saturday & Sunday Only$59**Before 8AM or After 12:30PM Must present this ad at check inBy BRYAN LEVINESports WriterFORT MYERS „ Pitchers Chih-Wei Hu and Vidal Nuno learned they wont be making the Tampa Bay Rays Opening Day roster Friday morning. Hu and Nuno will both head to Triple-A Durham where theyll be stretched out as starters in case theyre needed at the major-league level. Were going to try to get them to be versatile,Žmanager Kevin Cash said. ChihWei has a more clear path to start in Durham. Nuno could be really valuable, really important to us early in the season.Ž Hu was considered an option for the Rays eight-man bullpen where theyll likely feature four startersturned-long-relievers. The 24-year-old made six appearances for the Rays last season out of the bullpen, pitching to a 2.70 ERA. With the elimination of Hu for contention in the bullpen, that leaves anywhere from four to six realistic options remaining in camp for the final three long relief spots. Still vying for that position is Anthony Banda, Yonny Chirinos, Austin Pruitt and Ryan Yarbrough with typical one-inning relievers Dan Jennings and Andrew Kittredge being given a chance to become long relievers.JOHNSON AT SECONDFriday was just the second time this spring Micah Johnson has played second base. The utility man fighting for one of the final two final spots on the roster, has spent most of his career at second base, but has been used primarily as an outfielder this spring, as the Rays are trying to make him as versatile as possible. Although his performance in the field and with the bat couldnt have been much better so far, it seems like Johnsons path to making the team is one filled with roadblocks. The biggest disqualifier for him being that hes a left-handed hitter, something the Rays have plenty of in the outfield. Johnson went 2-for-4 in Fridays win with a double and RBI.INJURY UPDATESBrad Miller is expected to play first base today, appearing in his first Grapefruit League game since Feb. 23. Miller, recovering from a lower body injuryŽ stemmed from a broken toe on his right foot, played in a minor league game on Thursday. C.J. Cron will play in a minor league game today with Miller starting at his position. Thursday was also a positive day for Mallex Smith, who has a tweaked hamstring. Cash says Smith will get some minor league at-bats on Monday or Tuesday. Daniel Robertson was originally in the Rays lineup today, but was scratched early in the morning. According to Cash, there is no injury to be worried about for Robertson. Look for him to be back in the lineup today. RAYS 11, TWINS 1HITTER OF THE GAME Johnny Field, Rays: After a 3-for-4 performance with a home run and four RBI, Field is now batting .391 on the spring. Following the game, manager Kevin Cash praised Fields spring efforts so far. PITCHER OF THE GAME Alex Colome, Rays: Technically he didnt pitch in this game, but Colome stayed back in Port Charlotte and threw in a minor league game where he tossed one inning with two strikeouts while needing just nine pitches. KEY INNING Top “ rst: With the bases loaded an only one out, struggling starter Jake Faria was quickly put to the test. But instead of buckling, Faria induced a much-needed inning-ending double play to escape the inning unscathed. PROSPECT WATCH Ryan Yarbrough, Rays: The teams No. 26 prospect had another strong relief outing, tossing three scoreless innings, allowing just one hit and a walk. Yarbrough is positioning himself nicely for one of the long-relief spots in the bullpen. THEY SAID IT It was good to see him bounce back. He had a strong outing. He had the fastball going, and had some punch outs. Ive got to think he felt really good after that outing given what had taken place leading up to it. It was a big step in the right direction. €Manager Kevin Cash on starting pitcher Jake Faria ON DECK SUNDAY: vs. Detroit, 1:05 p.m. MONDAY: at New York AL, 6:35 p.m. TUESDAY: at Baltimore, 1:05. WEDNESDAY: vs. Boston, 1:05 p.m. THURSDAY: at Toronto, 1:05 p.m. RAYS 11, TWINS 1Tampa Bay Minnesota ab r h bi ab r h bi De.Span lf 3 1 2 3 B.Dzier 2b 3 0 0 0 Vlzquez lf 2 0 2 1 Fthrstn ss 1 0 0 0 M.Duffy 3b 5 0 1 0 J.Mauer dh 2 1 1 0 P.Maris 3b 1 0 0 0 N.Mlina ph 1 0 0 0 Krmaier cf 3 0 2 0 Polanco ss 3 0 1 0 T.Mlone ph 3 0 0 1 Ni.Buss rf 1 0 0 0 W.Ramos c 3 0 0 0 Mrrison 1b 2 0 1 0 J.Mnell ph 2 0 0 0 N.Grdon pr 1 0 0 0 J.Wndle ss 4 0 0 0 Grssman rf 3 0 0 0 T.Walls ss 1 0 0 0 Astdllo c 1 0 0 0 B.Snydr 1b 5 2 2 0 J.Cstro c 2 0 0 0 Johnson 2b 4 2 2 1 B.Stssi lf 2 0 0 0 Russell 2b 1 1 1 0 LaMarre cf 2 0 0 0 J.Coats dh 3 2 1 1 M.Grver 1b 1 0 0 0 J.Field rf 4 3 3 4 C.Hisey lf 2 0 0 0 N.Lukes rf 1 0 0 0 La.Wade cf 1 0 1 0 G.Petit 3b 3 0 0 0 Totals 45 11 16 11 Totals 31 1 4 0 Tampa Bay 010 203 302„11 Minnesota 001 000 000„1 E„Faria (1), Polanco 2 (6), Heisey (1). DP„ Tampa Bay 2, Minnesota 1. LOB„Tampa Bay 10, Minnesota 5. 2B„Span (2), Velazquez (1), Johnson (3), Russell (1), Mauer (4). 3B„Span (1), Snyder (2). HR„Field (1). SB„Kiermaier 2 (2). IP H R ER BB SO Tampa Bay Faria W, 1-2 4 3 1 0 1 3 Yarbrough H, 2 3 1 0 0 1 1 Hudson 1 0 0 0 0 2 Alvarado 1 0 0 0 0 2 Minnesota Berrios L, 1-1 3 2-3 4 3 1 2 4 Magill 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 Rodney 1 1 0 0 0 2 Rogers 1 3 3 2 0 0 Hildenberger 1 3 3 3 1 1 Baxendale 1 0 0 0 0 0 Jay 1 4 2 2 0 3 WP„Rogers. Umpires„Home, Marvin Hudson; First, Fieldin Culbreth; Second, Sam Holbrook; Third, Javerro January. T„2:54. A„5,702SUN FILE PHOTO BY TOM ONEILLTampa Bay Rays pitcher Chih-Wei Hu was optioned down to the minor leagues prior to yesterdays game against the Minnesota Twins. TAMPA BAY (9-11) at BOSTON (10-9)WHEN: Today, 1:05 p.m. WHERE: JetBlue Park, Fort Myers SCHEDULED STARTERS: RH Austin Pruitt vs. RH Justin Haley (start) PITCHING PROBABLES RAYS: RH Austin Pruitt (start), RH Andrew Kittredge, LH Adam Kolarek, RH Ryne Stanek, LH Jonny Venters, RH Colton Murray, RH Ian Gibaut, RH Cody Hall, LH Kyle Bird RED SOX: RH Justin Haley, RH Matt Barnes, RH Brandon Workman, LH Bobby Poyner, RH Marcus Walden Hu, Nuno sent to minors By GARY SCHATZ Associated PressGOODYEAR, Ariz. „ Third baseman Eugenio Suarez agreed to a $66 million, seven-year contract that makes him part of the foundation for the Cincinnati Reds long-term rebuilding. The deal announced Friday supersedes the $3.75 million, one-year contract the 26-yearold was awarded when he lost his salary arbitration case last month. Theres a team option for 2025 at $15 million „ with a $2 million buyout „ that would make the deal worth $79 million over eight years. The Reds started an overhaul in 2015, trading most of their top players for prospects. They have lost more than 90 games and finished last in the NL Central each of the last three seasons. We are sending a signal to the fans that the work that weve put in the last couple years is starting to come together,Ž general manager Dick Williams said. Were starting to identify the building blocks that we want to build this team around. Geno is one of them. Were ready to start winning again and we want Geno to be a part of it.Ž The 26-year-old gets a $2 million signing bonus, $2.25 million this year, $7 million in 2019, $9.25 million in 2020, $10.5 million in 2021 and $11 million each of the next three years. It is the largest contract the Reds have agreed to during the rebuilding process. Cincinnati obtained Suarez from Detroit in December 2014 as part of the trade that sent right-hander Alfredo Simon to the Tigers. Suarez was a shortstop earlier in his career, but the Reds moved him to third base after Todd Frazier was traded. Hes developed into a top third baseman, leading the NL in fielding percentage last season. He also batted .260 and had career highs with 26 homers and 82 RBIs. Suarez and the Reds began talking about a long-term deal before arbitration. Its an honor for me to be part of this wonderful team,Ž Suarez said. First baseman Joey Votto is under contract through 2023 under his $251.5 million, 12-year deal. MLB: RedsSuarez signs $66 million, 7-year contract with Reds Henrik Stenson struggled from the start in weather that was chilly even for his Swedish blood. He made enough par putts to keep momentum, ran off three straight birdies late in his second round and wound up with a share of the lead in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Stenson played bogey-free for a 3-under 69 and goes into the weekend with another shot at winning Bay Hill. Bryon DeChambeau also sputtered early and came on strong at the end with a 7-foot eagle putt on the 16th and an approach to 4 feet for birdie on the 18th for a 66. I think every week Im good enough to win or play my best,Ž DeChambeau said. Its just sometimes a kick here, a break here and thats just what happens.Ž Stenson and DeChambeau were at 11-under 133. Tiger Woods played in the afternoon and went through the front nine with no birdies and two bogeys, dropping him nine shots behind. He is coming off a runner-up finish at Innisbrook last week and has won eight times at Bay Hill. The co-leaders had a little separation over the morning wave. PGA Tour rookie Talor Gooch had five birdies on the back nine for a 70 and was two shots behind. Rickie Fowler (71), Billy Horschel (70) and Luke List (67) were five shots behind. Rory McIlroy again was slowed, this time by a pair of bogeys to start his back nine, and he shot 70. He was six shots behind, along with Ernie Els (70). Henrik has played great,Ž McIlroy said. Im going to have to play very, very good golf on the weekend to catch him, but Im in a better position this Friday than I was last Friday, so Ill take anything I can get.Ž McIlroy missed the cut last week. So did Stenson, in his first tournament after a month break. He opened with a 64 in the warm afternoon, and then faced temperatures around 50 when he teed off Friday morning. Never mind that he grew up in Sweden. The former British Open champion now lives in Orlando, and this was the kind of morning when ordinarily he would have a few cups of hot chocolate and wait until it got warmer to play. I might be Swedish, but Ive gone soft,Ž he said. I lived in a nice climate for too many years.Ž He had only two birdie chances inside 30 feet on the back nine (he started on No. 10), and those were from 18 feet. And then his round nearly got away from him on the par-5 16th when he chunked a shot from the fairway bunker, pitched some 70 feet beyond the hole and had to make an 8-footer for par.BAY HILLFrom Page 1AROUND THE GRAPEFRUIT AND CACTUS LEAGUESROCKIES 18, ANGELS 6: Shohei Ohtani was rocked for seven runs and seven hits over 1 1/3 innings in his second major league spring training start for the Los Angeles Angels, allowing long home runs to Colorados Ian Desmond and Nolan Arenado that went over the left-“ eld berm on Friday in an 18-6 loss. ROYALS 12, PADRES 4: Mike Moustakas hit a two-run single in his “ rst spring training appearance for Kansas City after rejoining the Royals. CUBS 6, WHITE SOX 3: Yu Darvish made his third start for the Cubs, allowing one run and three hits in “ ve innings. Willson Contreras homered for the Cubs. BLUE JAYS 6, PHILLIES (SS) 4: Kendrys Morales had two doubles and Yangervis Solarte added two doubles. Jamie Garcia, competing for the No. 5 spot in the rotation, allowed two hits in “ ve shutout innings. PHILLIES (SS) 6, TIGERS 6, 9 innings: J.P. Crawford had three hits, including his “ rst home run. Nicholas Pivetta, battling for the “ fth spot in the rotation, gave up two runs and “ ve hits in “ ve innings. METS 4, ORIOLES 4: Jacob deGrom pitched “ ve shutout innings in his second start, allowing only Austin Hays single while striking out eight. NATIONALS 4, CARDINALS (SS) 2: Bryce Harper and Matt Adams had RBI singles in a four-run sixth inning, while Brian Goodwin and Trea Turner both had two hits and scored a run. CARDINALS (SS) 4, MARLINS 2: Yadier Molina had four hits, including two solo homers, and three RBIs. Michael Wacha allowed one run and “ ve hits in six innings. PIRATES 12, BRAVES 9: Corey Dickerson had two hits, including a three-run triple in the “ rst inning, and Gregory Polanco added a double and his third home run. MARINERS 9, RANGERS 7: Mike Leake allowed six runs and nine hits in four innings, including homers to ShinSoo Choo, Jurickson Profar and Drew Robinson. DIAMONDBACKS 4, DODGERS 1: Jake Lamb doubled home David Peralta and Paul Goldschmidt to cap Arizonas three-run third inning. Cody Bellinger hit his second homer BREWERS 16, REDS 13: Jesse Winker had three hits, including his “ fth double, and four RBIs. Adam Duvall had an RBI double among his two hits.MLB: Spring Training roundup AP PHOTOMilwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Wade Miley (20) waits for a new baseball after giving up a home run to Cincinnati Reds Michael Lorenzen, left, during the third inning of a spring training game Friday.

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Was Santa nice to FedEx? DavidKoenig;JPaschke € AP Source:FactSet Net Income FedEx (FDX) 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 $3.5 billion 18 17 16 15 14 est.150 200 250 $300 M F J D N O S A J J M A MInvestors will soon learn whether Christmas was naughty or nice for FedEx Corp. The delivery giant reports earnings Tuesday for its fiscal third quarter, which includes the peak holiday season. Analysts think strong online shopping helped FedEx boost revenue and earnings compared with a year ago. They expect adjusted profit of $3.11 per share. Shares of the delivery giant hit an all-time high in January but have slipped since then, partly on concern that retail behemoth Amazon is considering expanding its own delivery business. FedEx CEO Fred Smith says Amazon is a retailer that delivers some of its own packages, and the threat it poses to FedEx has been exaggerated by the media. Cowen and Co. analyst Helane Becker says growth in e-commerce and quick shipping continues to drive demand for FedEx services. She suggests the company could use increased cash flow from the new, lower corporate tax rate to increase capital spending. The company has already said it will spend some of that cash to expand its Express center in Indianapolis and upgrade its hub operation in Memphis, Tennessee.17 18 Fridays close: $252.03 Mar. 15: $193.26 Ho ho ho! FedEx stock price and earnings have made healthy gains, helped by a robust holiday season. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Josh Boak; Alex Nieves € AP Average hourly pay has risen 2.6 percent over the past year, but not all sectors are seeing significant pay bumps. There are dramatic differences in wage growth among sectors, according to the February jobs report by the Labor Department. Several major industries are paying dramatically more money per hour. Construction workers have seen their earnings jump 3.3 percent over the past 12 months. The information sector „ which includes software and telecom companies „ has boosted pay 4.6 percent. Financial services companies have also increased average pay 4.6 percent. Average pay at hotels and restaurants has gone up a healthy 3 percent. Education and health care workers are getting 2.5 percent more, with their income accelerating after slight gains in 2016 and the first several months of 2017. But workers in other industries aren  t faring so well. Miners and loggers have seen a scant 0.7 percent pay hike. Factory employees are earning just 1.7 percent more an hour. Trade, transportation and utilities workers saw their wages rise only 1.9 percent.Whos getting pay hikes?0%12345 Leisure and Hospitality Education and Health Financial Information Trade, Transportation, Utilities Manufacturing Construction Mining and Logging Total PrivateAverage annual wage growthPay bumpSeveral major industries are paying more money per hour. The information and financial services sectors have seen the largest pay raise of 4.6 percent.Top Weekly Exchange Traded Funds $0$550$1,100 REITs Copper Utilities stocks Investment-grade bonds High-yield bonds European stocks Gold Oil Small-cap stocks S&P 500 Asian stocks Health care 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. Source: FactSet Data through Mar. 15-0.9 0.8 -1.0 2.1 -1.4 -1.3 -1.4 -0.5 -0.4 -0.2 0.3 1.6 -0.3 0.6Most Derby assets fell in the past week, with the biggest declines going to large U.S. companies and crude oil. Utilities bucked the downward trend, as did emerging-market stocks.$1,000Derby StocksBonds Commodities% $1,105 1,053 1,038 1,037 1,032 1,029 1,013 1,006 998 994 981 953 948 916AP Direxion BiotechBear LABD 3.09 +0.27 +9.6 -5.2 -71.2 Direx Russia Bear3x RUSS 17.28 +1.38 +8.7 +0.5 -53.7 Direxion Util Bull UTSL 23.71 +1.83 +8.3 +1.9 ... ProShs UltSht Brazil BZQ 7.19 +0.43 +6.4 +3.8 -52.5 iShares Qatar QAT 16.53 +0.97 +6.2 +0.1 -10.1 Citigroup Long AUD DAUD 22.60 +1.31 +6.2 +8.7 ... 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Direxion NatGas Bear GASX 28.55 +0.99 +3.6 -1.7 -9.3 Barc iPath Cocoa NIB 31.00 +1.07 +3.6 +21.6 +23.0 ProShs Vix ST Fut VIXY 32.77 +1.10 +3.5 -6.0 -39.3 ProShs UltPro ShtQQQ SQQQ 15.54 +0.52 +3.5 -10.8 -58.9 CS VS Vix ShtTerm VIIX 16.72 +0.56 +3.5 -5.9 -38.4 ProSh UltSh ConsGds SZK 14.74 +0.49 +3.5 +4.6 -10.3 DBX AsiaPac exJHgd DBAP 30.01 +0.99 +3.4 +2.8 +25.2 Direxion EmMktBear3x EDZ 7.50 +0.25 +3.4 +0.9 -61.1 ProShs UltraShtAust CROC 46.73 +1.52 +3.4 +4.8 -10.9 ProSh Ultra SmCap SAA 105.53 +3.37 +3.3 +4.9 +36.8 ProShUlt 20+yr Treas UBT 74.49 +2.35 +3.3 +2.1 +7.7 ProShs UltShort Dow DXD 8.33 +0.26 +3.2 +1.6 -32.9 $CHG PCT RETURN FUNDS TICKER FRI 1WK 1WK 1MO 1YR The jewelry retailer posted disappointing sales, and its forecast for the new year was slightly lower than expected. The software maker surpassed Wall Street  s forecasts in its most recent quarter. The online discount retailer said it will take losses and ramp up its growth to compete with rival Wayfair. Gains in smaller companies, as well as energy and industrial firms, helped lift stocks slightly higher Friday. The major stock indexes ended the week with a loss. Investors were looking ahead to next week  s interest rate policy update from the Federal Reserve. 40 60 80 $100 DM JF Overstock.comOSTK Close: $45.70 -2.50 or -5.2% $13.75$89.80 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 7.6m ( 1.7x avg.) $1.3 b 52-week range PE: Yield: ... ... 150 200 $250 DM JF Adobe SystemsADBE Close: $225.55 6.68 or 3.1% $124.51$228.88 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 8.7m ( 3.3x avg.) $111.2 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 66.5 ... 95 100 105 $110 DM JF TiffanyTIF Close: $97.51 -5.20 or -5.1% $84.15$111.44 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 8.3m ( 6.1x avg.) $12.1 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 26.2 2.1% Best Stocks One MonthBEST LARGE-CAP STOCKS Micron Tech MU 60.58 11.0 37.0 125.3 13 ... Veeva Systems Inc VEEV 76.39 -1.0 27.8 61.1 93 ... XL Group plc XL 55.33 -0.2 26.3 40.3 dd 1.6 Wstn Digital WDC 106.45 6.9 25.4 35.9 12 1.9 Square Inc SQ 54.89 4.6 24.4 223.5 ... ... Nektar Therapeutics NKTR 103.00 -4.9 23.5 550.6 dd ... Autodesk Inc ADSK 135.75 -2.6 20.2 54.7 dd ... NRG Energy Inc NRG 30.30 1.8 20.1 76.9 49 0.4 Microchip Tech MCHP 98.18 -0.8 18.2 32.8 cc 1.5 Alnylam Pharmaceutic ALNY 145.06 9.1 18.1 160.5 dd ... Lam Research Corp LRCX 221.92 -1.3 18.1 81.2 20 0.9 Arista Networks ANET 293.72 -0.5 17.7 130.7 69 ... Seagate Tech STX 60.09 -0.2 16.9 31.9 16 4.2 Baker Hughes GE BHGE 30.92 2.2 16.5 -999.0 ... 2.3 Keysight Technology KEYS 53.39 -1.3 16.4 36.7 40 ... Herbalife Ltd HLF 97.12 -2.4 16.0 77.0 21 ... BeiGene Ltd BGNE 158.15 4.1 15.7 293.4 dd ... Palo Alto Networks PANW 187.46 -0.6 15.7 61.6 dd ... FRIDAY %CHG %CHG %RTN COMPANY TICKER CLOSE 1WK 1MO 1YR PE YLDBEST MID-CAP STOCKS G1 Therapeutics Inc GTHX 36.05 5.3 83.1 -999.0 ... ... Apellis Pharmaceuti APLS 26.02 16.9 74.0 -999.0 ... ... Casa Systems Inc CASA 31.55 17.3 63.7 -999.0 ... ... Nutanix Inc NTNX 53.74 9.5 55.9 168.4 ... ... Quality Care Prop QCP 19.63 9.4 51.7 9.0 ... ... LongFin Corp LFIN 50.50 45.2 46.8 -999.0 ... ... Oclaro Inc OCLR 9.93 26.5 44.5 14.8 12 ... Akcea Therapeutics AKCA 31.21 60.5 42.6 -999.0 ... ... Mammoth Energy Svc TUSK 29.02 -10.2 40.5 50.0 ... ... AxoGen Inc AXGN 37.65 6.5 37.4 272.9 dd ... Baozun Inc BZUN 48.59 1.5 37.0 208.2 cc ... Inphi Corp IPHI 33.27 5.2 36.1 -24.5 cc ... Sailpoint Technol SAIL 22.12 -3.0 35.7 -999.0 ... ... Etsy Inc ETSY 28.30 1.3 35.0 177.4 42 ... Axon Enterprise Inc AAXN 37.97 -4.7 32.1 67.8 cc ... Whiting Petroleum WLL 30.66 2.9 31.4 -19.2 dd ... Integer Holdings ITGR 58.05 7.9 31.2 44.1 dd ... Medifast Inc MED 89.89 1.0 30.1 110.2 39 2.1BEST SMALL-CAP STOCKS NII Holdings Inc NIHD 1.83 7.0 219.4 16.7 dd ... Endocyte Inc ECYT 9.83 19.9 209.1 313.6 dd ... Proteostasis Tehrep PTI 7.29 76.9 151.4 -42.8 ... ... BlueLinx Holdings BXC 36.57 131.6 121.8 338.8 11 ... ACM Research Inc ACMR 12.44 -5.3 92.0 -999.0 ... ... Clearside Biomecical CLSD 11.73 -9.8 82.1 78.8 dd ... Flex Pharma Inc FLKS 7.60 49.9 76.7 75.7 dd ... Aeglea BioTherapeuti AGLE 10.64 20.5 75.0 23.8 dd ... Arsanis Inc ASNS 24.06 33.7 74.7 -999.0 14 ... Legacy Reserves LP LGCY 4.00 -3.6 74.7 86.9 dd ... Durect Corporation DRRX 1.94 4.9 73.2 98.0 dd ... Corindus Vasc Robot CVRS 1.60 25.0 70.9 -7.2 dd ... Enphase Energy Inc ENPH 4.72 22.0 67.4 221.9 dd ... Amer Public Educ APEI 42.65 1.2 64.7 97.6 36 ... Vericel Corp VCEL 11.60 0.4 60.0 287.9 dd ... Veritiv Corp VRTV 38.50 3.5 57.8 -38.6 cc ... Restoration Robotics HAIR 7.25 24.6 56.6 -999.0 dd ... AAC Holdings Inc AAC 12.87 7.5 54.7 42.7 dd ...Industry Rankings 1. Technology -1.0 5.0 9.3 ($#@ | 999876521 33.7 DJ Total Market index -1.2 0.9 3.0 ($#@ | 98753 15.6 2. Utilities 2.6 0.9 -8.5 *&^!6431 | -1.5 3. Financials -1.5 0.6 2.4 ($#@ | 9872 15.0 4. Health Care -0.9 0.5 2.9 ($#@ | 9872 15.0 5. Consumer Services -1.0 -0.0 6.2 ($#@ | 996421 18.5 6. Oil & Gas -0.8 -0.3 -1.7 *^%#7542 | -3.0 7. Industrials -1.6 -0.3 2.9 ($#@ | 99541 17.9 8. Telecommunications -0.5 -1.3 -5.0 9432 | -9.0 9. Basic Material -3.3 -2.0 1.0 ($#@ | 97653 12.4 10. Consumer Goods -1.8 -2.2 -4.5 ($#@ | 5421 0.9 PERCENT CHANGE %RTN INDUSTRY 1WK 1MO 1QTR 1YR Leisure Goods -4.6 0.1 5.6 (((*&^#@! | 5431 29.0 Univ Elec UEIC +0.7 +21.2 +13.7 (((*&%@53 | -20.6 Funko Inc FNKO +0.6 +18.6 +17.0 999876321 | -999.0 Nautilus Inc NLS +8.3 +14.7 -1.8 (((*&%532 | -22.2 Beverages -1.5 -1.4 -3.9 (((*&^#@! | 32 6.9 Castle Brands ROX +10.0 +12.8 -1.5 (((*&^#@! | 432 +14.2 Brown-Forman A BF/A +0.8 +8.0 +11.4 (((*&^#@! | 643 +44.4 Constellation Brds B STZ/B -1.0 +5.0 +2.3 (((*&^#@! | 6421 +43.1 Tobacco -4.2 -2.0 -8.4 (((*&%$@!421 | -11.1 Alliance One Intl AOI +4.8 +15.8 +98.0 (((*&^#@! | 76 +96.8 Vector Group Ltd VGR -3.3 +0.9 -8.3 (((*&^#@! | 421 +11.8 Philip Morris Intl PM -4.5 -0.8 -5.7 (((*&^#2 | -2.9 Personal Goods -0.5 -2.0 1.2 (((*&^#@! | 421 11.7 Veru Inc VERU +8.2 +47.0 +58.9 (((*&^#@! | 752 +82.5 Sequential Brands SQBG +6.5 +41.6 +64.4 (((*&@!63 | -36.0 Rocky Brands Inc RCKY +1.7 +29.7 +18.2 (((*&^#@! | 76 +96.7 Food Producers -2.1 -2.8 -3.9 (((*&%$#@!321 | -7.7 Medifast Inc MED +1.0 +30.1 +22.3 (((*&^#@! | 763 +110.2 Herbalife Ltd HLF -2.4 +16.0 +44.9 (((*&^#@! | 7431 +77.0 Blue Buffalo Pet Pdt BUFF -0.1 +13.4 +24.6 (((*&^#@!| 65432 +62.9 Automobiles & Parts -0.3 -2.8 -4.2 (((*&^#@! | 32 6.8 Shiloh Industries SHLO +7.8 +17.0 +9.5 (((*^%$#@641 | -41.0 Titan Intl TWI +0.4 +14.6 +15.7 (((*&^#@! | 54 +24.9 Superior Ind SUP +7.3 +10.9 +3.4 (((*&!631 | -37.3 Household Goods -1.1 -3.4 -10.8 (((*&^32 | -6.8 Libbey Inc LBY +4.7 +18.5 +14.1 (((*^%$6432 | -46.3 SodaStream Intl SODA +6.4 +11.6 +33.0 (((*&^#@! | 753 +84.4 Skyline Cp SKY +0.2 +11.1 +89.7 (((*&^#@! | 763 +203.2Consumer Goods sectors (best performers)Excludes stocks with market values less than $100 million. 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37.63 -4.85 -12.3sAdaptim n Q ADAP 13.41 3.90 1376 11.06 8646 13.41 8.67 +1.97 +65.6sAddusHmC Q ADUS 37 43.95 29.90 48 42.65 282 43.95 40.50 +2.20 +22.6 ADDvtgTch Q AEY 2.33 1.30 24 1.33 73 1.33 1.30 -.02 -9.5tAdecaogro N AGRO 12.17 8.17 889 8.13 6110 8.55 8.07 -.18 -21.4 AdestoTc n Q IOTS 9.20 3.36 33 7.00 377 7.10 6.35 +.55 +8.5 Adient n N ADNT 1.10 1.8 86.42 57.47 852 59.76 3831 63.46 59.11 -2.97 -24.1 AdmaBio Q ADMA 5.44 2.01 170 4.52 537 4.60 4.03 +.19 +40.8sAdobeSy Q ADBE 67 224.90 120.62 8707 225.55 25223 228.88 217.60 +4.44 +28.7 Adomani n Q ADOM 18.31 1.06 27 1.37 488 1.54 1.28 -.04 -68.9sAdtalemGl N ATGE .36 .7 19 50.00 30.15 648 48.90 2547 50.00 48.30 -.75 +16.3 Adtran Q ADTN .36 2.3 23 25.10 15.25 927 15.90 3157 16.90 15.80 -.40 -17.8 AduroBio n Q ADRO 14.05 5.83 2328 9.20 5917 9.93 8.50 +.45 +22.7 AdvAuto N AAP .24 .2 22 154.23 78.81 1350 116.63 4592 120.10 115.47 -2.23 +17.0 AdvDisp n N ADSW 25.71 20.94 1416 22.49 5382 23.24 22.34 -.24 -6.1 AdvDrainS N WMS .28 1.1 23 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29.50 24.45 4 25.39 19 26.05 25.36 -.45 -3.1 AdSNewT n N FNG 24.13 19.78 29 22.89 140 23.25 22.65 -.19 +6.6 AdvNfltMS N MINC 1.34e 2.8 48.92 48.01 11 48.09 59 48.09 48.03 +.01 -.6 AdvSStarG N VEGA 31.97 27.67 8 31.17 11 31.32 31.13 -.27 +1.1 AdvTrTabs N TTFS .47e .7 75.63 63.07 3 70.62 26 71.86 70.22 -1.28 -1.2 AdvMeidll N MATH 35.56 29.30 34.61 2 34.99 34.61 -.22 +2.5 AdMadGBd N FWDB .73e 2.8 27.29 24.38 25.84 12 25.84 25.63 +.16 -.2 AdMadIntl N FWDI .37e 1.2 33.10 25.83 31.91 4 32.04 31.90 +.07 +2.7 AdMadDm N FWDD .18e .3 57.19 46.53 2 54.77 5 55.29 54.59 -.20 +2.4 AdvActBear N HDGE 9.21 7.43 189 7.95 778 8.03 7.80 +.09 +1.4 Aecom N ACM 12 39.90 30.15 1762 36.66 5139 37.22 36.05 -.10 -1.3 AegeanMP N ANW .08 3.3 6 13.00 2.15 838 2.40 2825 2.60 2.35 -.05 -44.2 Aegion Q AEGN 18 28.19 19.11 416 22.99 973 23.73 22.30 -.51 -9.6sAegleaBio n Q AGLE 9.33 2.81 177 10.64 618 10.97 7.98 +1.81 +96.7 Aegon N AEG .25e 3.6 7.03 4.73 1120 6.89 6455 6.94 6.79 -.02 +9.4 Aegon cap N AEH 1.59 6.1 26.32 25.40 34 26.19 371 26.19 25.85 +.20 +1.4 Aegon 6.5 N AED 1.63 6.2 26.47 24.55 12 26.20 86 26.26 26.02 +.05 +1.0 Aegon flt N AEB .77 3.1 25.44 23.55 25 24.90 60 24.90 24.39 +.16 +2.9 Aegon42 N AEK 2.00 7.5 26.89 25.54 49 26.73 263 26.81 26.46 -.07 +.8 AehrTest h Q AEHR 6.10 2.16 321 2.66 1207 2.80 2.26 +.14 -1.8sAemetis Q AMTX 1.81 .45 43482 2.45 44487 3.12 1.05 +1.30 +345.5 AerCap N AER 8 55.67 42.35 1008 50.51 7715 50.94 49.20 +.73 -4.0 AeriePhm Q AERI 66.60 38.14 386 57.95 1512 60.55 56.10 +.55 -3.0sAerocntry A ACY 3 17.03 9.65 3 16.70 30 17.19 16.25 +9.6 AerohiveN N HIVE 6.50 3.02 273 4.40 1450 4.68 4.39 -.09 -24.5 AerojetR N AJRD 36.25 20.06 1373 27.26 4513 28.75 27.07 -.85 -12.6 AeroViron Q AVAV 53 58.99 26.42 1250 46.92 2634 49.20 46.76 -.36 -16.5 AEtern g rs Q AEZS 3.75 .78 98 1.69 427 1.72 1.61 -28.4 Aethlon rs Q AEMD 5.17 .79 325 1.81 1760 2.04 1.65 +.09 +60.2 Aetna N AET 2.00 1.2 17 194.40 124.84 1752 173.91 11273 178.12 173.85 -3.47 -3.6 AeviGeno Q GNMX 6.10 .98 83 2.04 445 2.17 1.88 -.12 +70.0 AffilMgrs N AMG 1.20 .6 16 216.99 148.81 724 192.40 2136 197.03 189.55 -3.71 -6.3 AffimedNV Q AFMD 2.85 1.15 508 2.15 2399 2.40 2.15 -.15 +65.4 Agenus Q AGEN 6.19 3.20 4547 5.84 13315 6.02 5.10 +.09 +79.1 AgileThera Q AGRX 5.60 1.93 247 3.03 898 3.82 3.00 -.67 +12.6 Agilent N A .60f .9 82 75.00 52.26 3344 69.90 12848 71.53 69.05 -1.23 +4.4 Agilysys Q AGYS 13.00 8.80 140 12.20 251 12.28 11.57 +.42 -.7sAgiosPhm Q AGIO 85.88 45.11 726 82.94 1946 85.88 80.75 -1.01 +45.1 Agnico g N AEM .44f 37 51.86 37.35 2455 39.45 7244 39.90 38.71 +.39 -14.6 AgreeRlt N ADC 2.08 4.3 21 53.65 43.74 775 47.99 3437 49.90 47.38 -1.01 -6.7 AgroFresh Q AGFS 15 9.05 2.88 436 7.01 1432 8.75 6.99 -1.06 -5.3 AileronT n Q ALRN 15.48 7.38 116 8.50 192 9.50 8.50 -.48 -19.4 Aimmune n Q AIMT 42.00 15.97 2028 31.65 5728 34.07 31.06 -1.98 -16.3 Air Inds A AIRI .60 36.4 4.25 1.15 73 1.65 443 1.65 1.44 +.21 -2.4 AirLease N AL .40 .9 6 50.70 34.42 720 44.19 3972 44.82 43.63 +.31 -8.1 AirProd N APD 4.40f 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+3.4tAlamosGld N AGI .02 .4 8.58 4.83 3802 5.19 13149 5.25 4.83 +.19 -20.3 Alarm.cm n Q ALRM 46 49.49 29.09 468 38.93 2440 40.04 38.40 +.34 +3.1 AlaskaAir N ALK 1.28f 1.9 8 97.06 59.25 1496 66.51 11879 69.16 64.39 +1.71 -9.5 AlaskCom Q ALSK 2.91 1.60 217 2.25 578 2.25 2.08 +.10 -16.0sAlbnyIn N AIN .68 1.0 51 68.85 43.45 245 66.90 686 68.85 64.95 +1.22 +8.9 Albemarle N ALB 1.34f 1.4 21 144.99 90.49 2102 98.37 8535 104.39 96.50 -3.05 -23.1 Albireo Q ALBO 39.87 15.31 182 39.35 419 39.35 33.76 +5.00 +53.7tAlcentra Q ABDC 1.00m 16.1 14.73 6.15 266 6.22 864 7.86 6.15 -1.50 -25.9 Alcoa Cp N AA 16 57.50 29.55 2863 47.23 15536 49.85 45.71 -.63 -12.3 AlderBioPh Q ALDR 24.10 8.60 1579 14.15 5247 15.55 13.98 -1.05 +23.6 AldeyraTh Q ALDX 11.90 3.80 113 8.50 477 8.95 8.35 -.30 +25.0 AlexB Inc N ALEX .28 1.1 30.35 21.78 528 24.48 1717 24.80 23.98 -.02 -11.8 Alexanders N ALX 18.00f 4.8 18 440.50 332.98 14 375.28 51 376.80 366.88 +3.13 -5.2 AlexREE N ARE 3.60 2.8 33 134.37 108.98 1269 128.24 3470 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31.25 +.40 +4.1sAlpMoUSQ N QMOM 31.51 24.45 31.00 190 31.51 31.00 -.12 +8.4 AlpArcVl n N VMOT 31.39 24.70 21 30.07 159 30.31 29.96 -.03 +3.7 AlphaPro A APT 17 4.25 2.55 32 3.35 113 3.47 3.30 -.12 -16.3 Alphabet C Q GOOG 34 1186.89 803.37 2615 1135.73 10828 1177.05 1131.96 -24.31 +8.5 Alphabet A Q GOOGL 34 1198.00 824.30 2712 1134.42 11616 1178.16 1131.36 -26.42 +7.7 Alphatc rs Q ATEC 4.27 1.58 63 3.26 401 3.45 3.05 -.17 +22.6 AlpGDDiv N AGD .78 7.1 11.55 9.44 39 11.03 209 11.13 10.92 -.03 +2.1 AlpGPPrp N AWP .60 9.3 6.98 5.45 256 6.44 1191 6.48 6.38 +.07 -4.5 AlpImmu n Q ALPN 12.87 2.05 128 8.95 264 9.58 8.31 +.32 -20.1 AlpTotDiv N AOD .69 7.3 10.03 8.05 252 9.43 1220 9.58 9.38 -.08 -.4 AlpsETF N GRI 1.52e 3.6 47.47 40.28 1 42.93 16 43.09 42.55 +.27 -4.4 AlpsEqSect N EQL 1.83e 2.6 73.29 61.22 2 69.68 39 70.71 69.54 -.47 +.2 AlpDisrTc n N DTEC 29.82 24.40 5 27.51 33 27.89 27.32 +.07 +9.1 AlpsRtSec n Q SWIN 31.35 25.51 1 30.78 8 31.18 30.68 -.08 +3.4sAlpBzSoMed N BUZ 36.15 26.48 2 35.75 24 36.15 35.09 +.11 +11.6 AlpsRivFlex N RFFC 35.25 30.68 36 33.58 227 34.06 33.23 -.28 -3.3 Alps RivDiv N RFDA 33.92 27.27 93 32.65 399 33.25 32.48 -.30 +3.1tAlpRvrCare N RFCI 25.70 24.02 195 23.96 1060 24.16 23.95 -.16 -3.0 AlpRivUncn N RFUN 26.57 25.26 91 25.38 440 25.87 25.28 -.07 -2.6 AlpSprtJG N SGDJ 38.94 27.95 14 29.43 67 30.23 29.34 -.55 -12.4 AlpMedBrk N SBIO 37.20 24.10 16 35.65 114 37.07 35.57 -.83 +8.7 AlpSprotG N SGDM .12e .6 22.94 18.32 26 18.86 218 19.16 18.66 +.03 -8.9 AlpWkplEq N EQLT .42e 1.1 39.15 31.57 0 37.27 5 37.66 36.98 -.26 +2.9 AlpEDvDg N EDOG .73e 2.9 27.38 22.88 5 25.29 31 25.97 25.22 -.74 -.5tAlpAlerEn N ENFR 1.35e 6.5 24.75 19.82 70 20.73 109 21.16 19.82 -.15 -10.2 AlpIntDvDg N IDOG 1.47e 5.2 30.26 24.93 18 28.50 288 29.01 28.44 -.28 -.5 AlpBarr400 N BFOR .25e .6 44.22 35.52 7 42.99 153 43.59 42.66 -.28 +3.4 AlpRivStInc N RIGS .30e 1.2 25.76 24.39 35 24.67 5308 24.80 24.60 -.07 -1.9 AlpsDvDog N SDOG 1.40e 3.1 49.27 41.31 77 45.42 553 46.12 45.07 -.44 -.8tAlpAlerMLP N AMLP 1.35e 13.7 12.89 9.14 37230 9.89 198280 10.48 9.14 -.32 -8.3 Altaba Q AABA 80.56 45.60 6736 79.90 36574 80.15 75.68 +3.28 +14.4sAltair A n Q ALTR 30.76 16.55 647 29.58 1428 30.76 28.00 +.18 +23.7 Alteryx n N AYX 38.88 14.61 534 36.37 2482 38.42 35.71 -2.05 +43.9 Altice n N ATUS 35.29 17.80 2689 20.50 10797 21.49 19.57 +.29 -3.4 Altimm rs Q ALT 10.80 1.34 267 1.63 1846 1.95 1.59 -.12 -18.1 AltisrcAst A AAMC 116.00 52.85 4 62.90 14 67.00 58.60 -2.65 -22.9 Altisrce n Q ASPS 2 46.99 16.17 203 28.87 681 30.47 28.24 -.50 +3.1 AltraIndlM Q AIMC .68 1.4 24 53.70 36.50 162 46.90 1486 48.25 46.65 -.18 -6.9 Market profile NYSE American Nasdaq MicronT 68,181,100 60.58 +1.74 Cisco 55,176,300 45.01 -.32 Microsoft 49,067,100 94.60 +.42 Comcast s 45,227,900 35.83 -.32 Aemetis 43,481,600 2.45 +1.33 Intel 41,375,300 51.17 +.29 Apple Inc 38,311,600 178.02 -.63 AMD 37,537,400 11.47 +.01 NektarTh 34,817,400 103.00 +.99 PwShs QQQ 30,709,400 171.02 -.51 WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg2481.33 +25.95B2gold g 13,413,400 2.91 -.04 Daxor 8,793,400 13.50 +.15 NwGold g 8,230,100 2.30 -.07 22ndCentry 7,396,200 2.48 -.17 SRC Eng 4,342,200 9.31 +.13 NovaGld g 4,294,900 4.08 -.12 Corindus n 4,135,800 1.60 +.31 iShIndia bt 3,552,700 33.92 -.42 SandstG g 3,373,800 4.46 CheniereEn 2,593,900 54.32 +.68 BioPhrmX 75,359,200 .27 -.06 Globalstar 44,098,500 .81 -.12 B2gold g 34,899,000 2.91 +.01 NwGold g 31,774,000 2.30 -.12 Daxor 30,489,700 13.50 +7.49 MicronT 483,252,700 60.58 +5.99 AMD 446,316,700 11.47 -.23 Neovasc g 337,956,000 .13 -.06 PwShs QQQ 203,569,200 171.02 -2.14 Microsoft 199,563,200 94.60 -1.94 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg 12784.39 +40.78 NYSE Advanced Declined Unchanged WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE ChesEng 196,966,800 3.06 +.04 GenElec 114,092,800 14.31 -.05 S&P500ETF 97,673,600 274.20 -.80 BkofAm 83,173,100 32.17 +.07 FordM 73,438,000 11.15 +.08 iShEMkts 65,655,000 49.21 -.11 Avon 64,963,000 2.91 +.02 SPDR Fncl 61,196,000 28.87 -.08 AlpAlerMLP 37,230,400 9.89 +.15 WellsFargo 37,084,000 55.90 -.93 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg S&P500ETF 450,595,100 274.20 -4.67 GenElec 416,638,100 14.31 -.63 ChesEng 313,635,800 3.06 -.04 BkofAm 312,710,600 32.17 -.55 iShEMkts 295,819,200 49.21 -.54 BlueLinx rs 36.57 +131.6 RAIT pfC 11.48 +76.3 RAIT pfA 10.60 +67.5 RAIT pfB 10.72 +63.5 OverSh rs 2.75 +31.0 NStREur n 12.60 +20.2 Seaspan 6.86 +19.5 InvRlEst 4.94 +19.0 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg CGG rs 2.09 -45.0 JJill n 4.45 -42.3 B&W Ent n 4.45 -30.7 TC PpLn 35.75 -27.8 EnbrdgEM 9.34 -22.3 EnbrdgEPt 9.99 -22.1 SignetJwlrs 38.68 -20.9 WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg Daxor 13.50 +124.6 BovieMed 3.20 +35.0 Enservco 1.04 +27.1 Corindus n 1.60 +25.0 MastechD 15.15 +24.3 HMG 17.95 +21.7 Pfenex 5.10 +17.5 Reeds 1.75 +16.7 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg ImpacMtg 7.94 -17.4 AdmRsc 38.16 -11.3 NuverEnv n 21.58 -11.1 22ndCentry 2.48 -11.1 TrnsatlPet 1.33 -10.7 CRH Med 2.70 -10.0 GldFld 4.50 -10.0 ArcadB rsn 41.91 +303.0 Aemetis 2.45 +113.0 SteinMart s 1.53 +86.1 Proteos n 7.29 +76.9 AkceaTh n 31.21 +60.5 NovusTher rs 6.19 +58.3 FlexPhm n 7.60 +49.9 OriginAg 1.27 +47.7 SolidBio n 9.57 -66.1 Tintri n 3.19 -51.3 SilcLtd 36.29 -39.8 IFresh n 5.60 -37.0 SinoGlobl 1.12 -36.0 ShiftPixy n 3.10 -32.9 EnrgXXi hn 4.08 -32.27481.99 +.25How 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 1,934 945 108 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,987 38 88 Advanced Declined Unchanged 174 137 30 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 341 5 17 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,758 1,043 208 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,009 109 41 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,290 1,695 63 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,048 194 220 Advanced Declined Unchanged 170 170 9 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 349 9 33 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,368 1,618 83 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,069 414 109 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 17, 2018

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Altria N MO 2.80f 4.4 20 77.79 60.01 12524 63.19 47355 66.53 63.06 -1.76 -11.5 AlumChina N ACH 23.54 11.01 136 14.43 384 14.79 14.42 -.51 -19.5 AmTrstFn Q AFSI .34 2.7 22.63 8.80 6783 12.37 12162 12.89 12.29 -.33 +22.8 ATrFn pfA N AFSIpA 1.69 8.7 25.28 13.96 10 19.49 51 19.49 19.01 +.33 -5.4 AmTrF pfB N AFSIpB 1.81 9.4 25.23 12.92 10 19.35 133 19.44 18.90 +.12 -11.5 AmTrF pfC N AFSIpC 1.91 9.4 25.57 14.91 6 20.22 36 20.33 19.66 +.14 -10.1 AmTrF pf F N AFSIpF 24.19 13.93 100 19.48 327 19.62 18.63 +.50 -5.1 AmTrF pfE N AFSIpE 26.09 14.80 13 21.75 79 21.87 20.97 +.78 -5.1 AmTrFn 7.5 N AFST 27.79 22.81 16 24.38 106 24.95 24.33 -.06 -5.8 AmTrFn 55 N AFSS 1.81 7.8 26.36 21.41 15 23.07 67 24.00 23.07 -.28 -7.7 AmTrF pfD N AFSIpD 1.88 9.2 25.46 14.42 10 20.40 62 20.56 19.63 +.31 -8.1 Amarin Q AMRN 4.60 2.85 1612 3.40 7169 3.82 3.37 -.20 -15.2sAmazon Q AMZN 1617.54 833.50 5292 1571.68 25952 1617.54 1567.50 -7.21 +34.4 AmbacFin Q AMBC 22.02 13.17 420 14.50 1728 15.29 14.16 -.51 -9.3 Ambarella Q AMBA 27 66.23 40.06 1267 54.24 3608 55.35 52.35 -.07 -7.7 AmberRd N AMBR 10.29 6.14 113 9.49 348 9.80 9.40 -.05 +29.3sAmbev N ABEV .05e .7 7 7.43 5.30 14089 7.13 111429 7.43 7.13 -.01 +10.4 Amdocs Q DOX 1.00f 1.5 19 71.37 60.30 764 68.25 2566 69.44 67.64 -.78 +4.2tAmedica rs Q AMDA 6.94 1.80 315 1.71 1002 2.15 1.37 -.35 -47.7 Amedisys Q AMED 45 65.91 45.60 434 62.73 1481 63.05 58.13 +1.81 +19.0 AMERCO Q UHAL 2.50e 18 400.99 326.30 80 343.95 346 345.07 333.99 +2.51 -9.0 Ameren N AEE 1.83 3.3 20 64.89 51.89 2834 55.49 9869 55.64 53.88 +1.96 -5.9sAmeresco N AMRC 19 11.80 5.25 271 11.45 1229 11.80 10.45 +.70 +33.1 AmeriHld n Q AMRH 13.50 1.27 153 1.81 293 2.18 1.72 -.23 -41.6 AFMulti Q ATAX .50 7.8 21 6.40 5.55 45 6.40 514 6.40 6.20 +.03 +5.8sAMovilL N AMX .17e .9 17 19.52 13.91 2499 18.99 11521 19.52 18.98 -.15 +10.7sAmMovl A N AMOV 19.46 13.89 3 18.85 12 19.46 18.85 -.29 +10.8 AmCarM Q CRMT 12 51.65 31.85 84 50.75 223 51.00 49.35 +.60 +13.7 AmAirlines Q AAL .40 .7 9 59.08 39.21 4574 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26.41 25.92 +.26 -2.3 BBVABFrn N BFR .25e 1.1 27.45 14.55 192 23.53 1231 23.73 22.54 +.98 -6.6sBBX Cap n N BBX .03 .3 9.29 5.87 976 9.21 2146 9.30 9.04 +.21 +15.6 BCB Bc Q BCBP .56 3.5 18 16.65 12.05 83 15.95 170 16.10 15.30 +.10 +10.0 BCE g N BCE 3.02f 49.06 42.95 1249 43.11 5182 44.74 43.10 -.70 -10.2 BG Staffing A BGSF 1.00 5.7 21 18.85 13.85 39 17.56 108 17.98 17.00 +.46 +10.2 BGC Ptrs Q BGCP .72 5.2 16.97 10.39 2478 13.91 14173 14.67 13.64 -.42 -7.9 BGCPtrs 42 N BGCA 2.03 7.9 26.73 25.05 4 25.70 23 25.82 25.51 +.15 -.8 BHP BillLt N BHP 1.66e 3.7 50.79 33.37 1410 45.42 9960 45.90 44.73 +.14 -1.2 BHPBil plc N BBL 1.66e 4.1 45.43 28.73 964 40.28 7848 40.87 39.77 +.44 BIO-key n Q BKYI 3.67 1.20 9 2.00 157 2.03 1.95 +13.0 BJsRest Q BJRI .44 1.0 18 47.55 28.00 396 43.70 1355 44.40 42.60 -.39 +20.1 BldrsAsia Q ADRA .72e 2.0 37.70 28.87 0 35.58 2 35.93 35.22 -.02 +3.0 BldrsDev Q ADRD .72e 3.1 25.31 20.60 0 23.25 31 23.45 23.12 -.13 -1.2 BldrsEmg Q ADRE .60e 1.3 48.92 35.60 14 46.03 51 46.99 45.64 +.11 +6.7 BldrsEur Q ADRU .78e 3.5 24.65 20.00 0 22.55 5 22.80 22.48 -.10 -1.5 BMC Stock Q BMCH 27 25.70 18.20 667 20.40 2293 20.65 19.75 +.50 -19.4sBOK Q BOKF 1.80 1.8 19 101.92 73.44 467 100.83 1134 101.92 99.02 +.94 +9.2 BOK 56 n Q BOKFL 1.34 5.3 26.23 23.39 2 25.24 44 25.73 25.18 +.05 -1.4 BOS Ltd Q BOSC 2.97 1.53 7 2.06 45 2.08 1.99 +.13 -5.9tBP MidPt n N BPMP 23.00 17.00 92 19.38 917 19.67 17.00 +.58 -5.8 BP PLC N BP 2.38 6.0 21 44.62 33.57 4596 39.48 22172 40.20 38.75 -.18 -6.1 BP Pru N BPT 3.60e 15.7 4 27.95 17.40 220 23.00 1030 23.15 21.30 +1.65 +14.4tBRF SA N BRFS 15.50 7.45 5290 7.64 14820 8.33 7.26 -.47 -32.1 BRT N BRT .80f 7.0 10 13.99 7.36 61 11.40 378 11.65 10.31 +.93 -3.3 BSB Bcp Q BLMT 20 32.15 26.65 24 30.95 49 31.00 30.00 -.05 +5.8 BT Grp s N BT .99e 6.2 21.16 15.79 4184 16.07 11608 16.67 15.83 -.78 -11.8sBWX Tech N BWXT .64f 1.0 34 65.82 45.79 685 63.50 2867 65.82 63.00 -2.11 +5.0 B&W Ent n N BW 12.06 1.61 2977 4.45 15158 6.48 4.12 -1.97 -21.7 BabShDHi N BGH 1.84 9.8 20.83 18.35 43 18.72 232 18.92 18.72 -.06 -3.4 BadgerMtr s N BMI .52 1.1 41 52.10 35.10 340 48.90 725 49.85 48.10 -.30 +2.3 Baidu Q BIDU 21 274.97 166.00 4644 262.39 14939 270.58 256.73 -1.17 +12.0 BakHuGE n N BHGE .72f 2.3 38.59 25.53 9629 30.92 30717 31.16 29.35 +.68 -2.3 Balchem Q BCPC .42f .5 40 88.47 70.23 295 82.07 668 83.07 80.46 +.67 +1.8 BaldwLy Q BWINA 1.12f 4.7 55 26.95 21.41 3 24.00 13 24.00 22.22 +1.65 -1.0 BaldLyB Q BWINB 1.12f 4.8 53 25.40 21.20 72 23.40 147 23.95 23.05 -.55 -2.3 BallCorp s N BLL .40 1.0 21 43.24 35.60 4327 40.60 13757 41.99 40.44 -1.21 +7.3 Ballanty A BTN 7.35 3.95 7 4.85 34 5.50 4.85 -.47 +4.3 BallardPw Q BLDP 5.94 2.03 781 3.29 6903 3.34 3.13 +.10 -25.4 BanColum N CIB 1.27e 2.9 48.74 36.38 367 43.41 1526 44.33 42.60 -.59 +9.5 BancCalif N BANC .52 2.6 13 23.40 17.10 2019 20.35 4292 21.33 19.80 -.07 -1.5 BcCalif pfC N BANCpC 2.00 7.8 27.50 25.46 4 25.61 12 25.77 25.59 -.09 -2.4 BcCalif pfE N BANCpE 28.59 24.70 2 26.29 25 26.70 25.95 +.14 -.5 BcCal pfD N BANCpD 1.84 7.0 27.08 25.58 4 26.32 76 26.76 25.90 +.33 -.9 BncFstOK s Q BANF .84 1.5 20 61.05 42.50 139 55.80 356 57.00 54.85 -1.25 +9.1 BcBilVArg N BBVA .27e 3.3 9.54 7.22 2417 8.13 15393 8.31 8.00 -.07 -4.4 BcoBrades s N BBDO .02r .2 13.09 7.47 4 11.03 7 11.59 10.76 -.27 +19.0 BcoBrad s N BBD .06a .5 13.18 7.83 9622 11.59 37688 12.10 11.47 -.35 +13.1 BcoLatin N BLX 1.54 5.4 13 30.50 25.51 152 28.65 391 28.89 27.96 +.61 +6.5 BcoMacro N BMA 136.10 82.62 106 108.89 1019 113.36 107.73 -.29 -6.0 BcoSantSA N SAN .21e 3.2 7.57 5.74 4496 6.67 28024 6.83 6.56 -.11 +2.0 BcoSBrasil N BSBR .29e 2.5 8 11.93 6.86 1600 11.39 6572 11.44 11.07 +.17 +17.8 BcSanChile N BSAC .85e 2.6 34.98 23.16 335 33.20 1164 33.56 32.87 +.17 +6.2 BcoChile N BCH 2.12e 2.1 106.50 68.63 253 102.15 507 103.76 100.49 +.03 +5.8 Bancorp34 n Q BCTF 16.49 12.50 4 15.50 9 15.50 15.00 -.44 +5.1 BncpBnk lf Q TBBK 11.28 4.41 702 10.99 1736 11.19 10.71 +.03 +11.2 BcpSouth N BXS .56 1.7 35.55 27.20 2562 33.60 5499 34.10 32.95 +.29 +6.8 Bcp NJ A BKJ .24 1.4 27 18.55 12.95 18 17.05 64 17.15 16.25 +.80 -6.6 BancrftFd A BCV 1.27e 5.7 24.19 19.66 10 22.10 48 22.50 22.03 +.07 +1.6sBandwith n Q BAND 32 30.00 18.05 60 29.05 429 30.00 27.78 +.22 +25.6sBkofAm N BAC .48 1.5 21 33.05 22.07 83173 32.17 312711 33.05 31.93 -.55 +9.0 BkAML pfI N BMLpI 1.59 6.2 26.39 25.26 65 25.58 136 25.69 25.45 +.01 -1.6 BkAML pfJ N BMLpJ 1.02 4.4 24.62 22.64 41 23.44 109 23.70 23.15 +.27 +.3 BkAm pfD N BACpD 1.55 6.1 26.25 25.32 52 25.61 166 25.61 25.38 +.14 -.9 BkAm pfE N BACpE 1.02 5.0 25.09 22.76 11 23.80 35 23.94 23.61 -.07 -.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 17, 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BkAm pfI N BACpI 1.66 6.5 26.87 25.00 48 25.72 174 25.99 25.54 +.23 -2.8 BkAm pfL N BACpL 72.50 5.6 1352.71 1187.95 5 1298.50 27 1302.25 1277.55 +21.50 -1.6 BkAm pfW N BACpW 1.66 6.3 27.53 25.85 52 26.36 273 26.37 26.13 +.23 -2.9 BkAm pfY N BACpY 1.63 6.0 27.39 25.82 451 26.86 766 26.88 26.51 +.33 -.6 BkAm pfA N BACpA 27.51 25.34 27 26.50 248 26.58 26.32 -2.5 BkAm pfC N BACpC 27.83 25.41 55 26.62 249 26.64 26.45 +.06 -3.0 BkAML pfL N BMLpL 1.02 4.4 25.30 21.65 341 23.38 544 23.57 23.25 +.04 -.5 BkAML pfH N BMLpH .77 3.5 23.11 20.09 24 21.81 225 22.15 21.12 +.63 +.9 BkAML pfG N BMLpG .77 3.5 22.97 20.31 8 21.99 42 22.00 21.21 +.83 +1.6 Bk of But n N NTB 1.28 2.8 47.60 29.81 626 46.30 1630 47.34 46.26 -.60 +27.6 BkCmcCA Q BOCH .12 1.0 17 12.40 9.54 63 11.85 228 12.00 10.98 +.15 +3.0 BkHawaii N BOH 2.08 2.4 20 89.09 74.72 2610 86.28 3884 88.01 84.59 -.62 +.7 BankMarin Q BMRC 1.16 1.6 22 77.90 59.05 110 72.90 178 76.10 70.80 +.85 +7.2 BkMont g N BMO 3.71e 84.71 66.75 381 75.41 1725 76.78 75.39 -1.05 -5.8 BkNYMel N BK .96 1.7 16 58.99 45.12 10224 55.00 30667 57.41 54.51 -2.23 +2.1 BkNYM pfC N BKpC 1.30 5.2 26.39 23.75 36 25.17 158 25.19 24.90 +.22 +.1 BkNova g N BNS 2.32 3.7 10 66.78 53.86 920 62.85 3491 63.50 62.64 -.17 -2.6 BkPrince n Q BPRN 34.95 29.43 30 32.95 48 32.95 32.34 +.11 -4.0 BankSC Q BKSC .60 2.9 22 22.00 17.35 12 21.00 62 21.75 19.34 -.45 +8.8 BkofJames Q BOTJ .24 1.5 16 16.25 13.87 4 15.74 10 15.88 14.94 +.46 +5.4 BkOzarks Q OZRK .76f 1.5 18 55.49 40.15 1535 51.98 3988 53.43 51.06 -1.06 +7.3 BankFncl Q BFIN .32 1.9 30 17.20 13.43 90 16.92 213 17.02 16.32 +.40 +10.3 BankUtd N BKU .84 2.0 16 43.84 30.37 3574 42.82 7118 43.56 41.79 -.34 +5.2 BankwellF Q BWFG .48f 1.4 16 38.50 29.90 35 33.96 122 34.42 32.61 +.51 -1.1 Banner Cp Q BANR 1.00a 1.7 20 62.75 51.61 601 58.05 1720 58.79 57.19 +.38 +5.3sBaozun n Q BZUN 51.03 13.95 2063 48.59 14453 51.03 45.01 +.71 +54.0 BarHarbr s A BHB .75 2.4 21 33.41 25.09 80 30.69 208 30.69 28.92 +1.17 +13.6 Br iPthCrd N OILB 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350 2.31 2.20 -17.3 Brookdale N BKD 15.66 6.39 2766 7.24 10455 7.49 7.14 -.14 -25.4 BrkfdAs g s N BAM .60f 1.5 14 44.33 35.30 1299 40.08 4634 40.49 39.43 -.10 -7.9 BrookBus n N BBU .25 .7 40.01 23.82 32 35.72 131 36.30 34.66 -.27 +3.5 BrkfDtla pf N DTLAp 1.91 7.6 31.31 23.62 7 25.28 118 25.38 24.25 +1.00 -12.2tBrkGblInf N INF 1.40 11.7 14.20 11.66 18 11.95 350 12.44 11.66 -.10 -7.6 BrkfInfra s N BIP 1.88f 4.6 29 46.88 36.58 622 41.00 2437 41.42 40.25 -.27 -8.5 BrkfldPrp Q BPY 1.26 6.2 24.96 19.92 124 20.21 906 20.86 20.12 -.54 -8.8 BrkRlAs n N RA .20p 24.39 21.06 137 21.68 703 22.11 21.60 -.17 -7.2 BrkfReEn N BEP 1.96f 6.5 36.00 28.22 115 29.98 543 30.81 29.92 -.46 -14.1sBrklneB Q BRKL .36 2.1 21 17.05 13.60 800 17.05 1894 17.20 16.65 +8.6 BrooksAuto Q BRKS .40 1.4 32 34.77 20.54 1016 29.51 3517 29.93 28.86 +.56 +23.7 BrwnBrn N BRO .60 1.1 27 53.87 41.10 1087 52.75 3151 53.82 52.32 -.88 +2.5 BrownFA s N BF/A .79 1.4 32 56.10 34.35 91 54.87 166 55.06 52.73 +.42 +9.8 BrownFB s N BF/B 56.81 36.33 2300 55.06 6587 55.77 53.77 +.01 BrukerCp Q BRKR .16 .5 29 36.53 21.83 640 30.03 3664 31.12 29.57 -.88 -12.5 Brunswick N BC .76 1.2 17 64.45 48.04 764 61.61 4806 62.92 60.50 -.85 +11.6sBrynMawr Q BMTC .88 1.9 20 47.20 36.80 107 46.50 299 47.20 45.70 -.40 +5.2 Bsquare Q BSQR 5.84 3.35 10 3.85 36 4.00 3.75 +.05 -17.2tBuckeye N BPL 5.05 11.7 13 69.95 39.29 1116 43.07 5832 45.98 39.29 -1.03 -13.1 Buckle N BKE 1.00e 5.1 11 25.11 13.50 1982 19.50 4373 19.85 17.80 -17.9 Buenavent N BVN 16.53 10.87 4493 14.37 9465 15.62 14.33 -.96 +2.1 BldBear N BBW 18 11.90 7.25 93 8.85 353 9.00 8.50 -.10 -3.8 BldrFstSrc Q BLDR 24 23.28 13.33 1582 20.80 4804 22.08 20.70 -.77 -4.5 BungeLt N BG 1.84 2.5 32 83.75 63.87 2256 73.43 12292 76.38 72.21 -1.53 +9.5 Burcon g Q BUR 1.60 .40 110 .46 1944 .56 .45 +.00 -11.2sBurlStrs N BURL 30 130.00 79.07 1050 126.99 6238 130.00 124.39 -1.08 +3.2 BylineBc n N BY 24.52 19.02 1142 23.11 1535 23.39 22.74 -.18 +.6C -:C&F Fnc Q CFFI 1.36 2.6 13 65.05 43.13 26 52.85 65 53.60 49.86 +1.64 -8.9 C&J Eng n N CJ 38.50 22.99 2501 25.70 7659 26.53 25.14 +.19 -23.2tCTrkMH23 N MLPC .89e 6.3 17.73 14.20 1 14.19 2 14.94 14.19 -.31 -6.8sCA Inc Q CA 1.02 2.8 16 37.25 30.45 4184 35.79 15530 37.25 35.58 -1.33 +7.5 CAE Inc g N CAE .36 19.11 14.53 305 18.12 1118 18.76 18.06 -.37 -2.4 CAI Intl N CAI 6 40.11 13.82 350 22.41 1982 23.00 21.29 +1.13 -20.9 CAS Med Q CASM 1.55 .59 91 1.25 307 1.26 .99 +.22 +62.3 CASI Phr h Q CASI 4.84 .91 146 3.20 781 3.33 2.91 -.11 -1.5 CB FnSvcs Q CBFV .88 2.9 16 31.90 25.10 5 30.25 13 30.61 29.10 +.23 +.8 CBAK Eng Q CBAK 2.35 1.20 35 1.48 120 1.50 1.35 +.08 sCBIZ Inc N CBZ 22 19.65 13.40 398 19.10 1157 19.65 18.80 -.30 +23.6 CBL Asc N CBL .80m 18.2 2 10.11 4.00 4116 4.40 19448 4.74 4.16 -.23 -22.3 CBL pfD N CBLpD 1.84 10.4 24.96 17.14 136 17.69 663 18.59 17.50 -.35 -19.1 CBL pfE N CBLpE 1.66 10.2 25.08 15.44 26 16.23 320 17.03 16.00 -.06 -26.4 CBOE Glb Q CBOE 1.08 .9 48 138.54 78.31 1180 119.22 5430 124.56 117.64 -5.32 -4.3 CBRE GRE N IGR .60 8.0 8.05 7.17 199 7.47 1440 7.49 7.39 +.08 -5.7sCBRE Grp N CBG 18 48.27 32.30 4401 47.42 13647 48.27 47.22 -.17 +9.5 CBS A N CBS/A .72f 1.4 15 71.07 50.67 12 51.37 67 52.75 50.68 -.75 -14.1 CBS B N CBS .72 1.4 12 70.10 50.54 5183 50.95 25026 52.84 50.63 -1.23 -13.6 CBTX Inc n Q CBTX .20 .7 30.87 27.00 86 29.41 278 29.50 28.28 +.97 -.8 CCA Inds A CAW 15 3.81 2.90 1 3.10 16 3.20 3.00 -.03 -1.6 CCUR Hld Q CCUR .48 8.9 2 7.10 4.63 28 5.40 153 5.62 5.35 -.19 -6.3 CDK Globl Q CDK .60 .9 28 76.04 59.33 2072 69.54 6140 71.70 69.34 -1.94 -2.4 CDW Corp Q CDW .84 1.1 26 76.73 55.80 928 75.84 3824 76.14 73.04 +1.46 +9.1 CEVA Inc Q CEVA 24 51.80 33.10 268 38.95 922 41.50 37.80 -1.95 -15.6 CF Inds s N CF 1.20 3.1 45.00 25.04 4597 38.33 20719 42.02 38.08 -3.17 -9.9tCGG rs N CGG 7.67 2.00 54 2.09 1411 4.08 2.00 -1.71 -53.2sCGI g N GIB 59.89 46.27 269 58.26 962 59.89 58.17 -1.37 +7.2 CH Robins Q CHRW 1.84 2.0 28 100.18 63.41 1817 92.14 5918 92.51 89.59 +.40 +3.4 CHF Sol rs Q CHFS 77.58 2.87 535 4.08 5226 4.70 3.46 +.50 +17.9 CHS Inc pf Q CHSCP 2.00 6.7 31.99 28.89 7 29.78 60 30.32 29.71 +.03 -1.2 CHS pfB Q CHSCO 1.97 6.8 29.86 27.78 7 28.91 85 29.60 28.81 -.18 +.3 CHS pfB2 Q CHSCN 1.78 6.4 29.99 26.16 9 27.73 1762 28.19 27.53 +.33 +1.4 CHS pfB3 Q CHSCM 1.69 6.2 28.99 25.56 17 27.12 1041 27.63 27.04 +.01 +2.5 CHS pfB4 Q CHSCL 1.88 6.7 29.90 27.15 97 27.95 636 28.59 27.78 -.06 -.7 CIM CmTr Q CMCT .50a 3.2 42 20.45 13.49 3 15.55 9 15.76 15.13 +.33 -18.6 CIT Grp N CIT .64 1.2 52 56.14 39.48 2330 54.41 6197 55.75 53.38 -.92 +10.5 CKX Lands A CKX .12m 1.2 43 12.35 9.60 0 10.20 12 10.41 9.85 +.10 +.2 CM Finan Q CMFN 1.00 12.4 6 10.80 7.40 19 8.05 120 8.80 8.05 -.40 -1.2sCM SevSt n Q CMSS 9.79 9.59 9.79 107 9.79 9.68 +.02 +1.5sCM SvSt un Q CMSSU 10.16 9.93 10.16 74 10.16 10.05 +.11 +2.0 CM SevSt rt Q CMSSR .40 .01 .35 238 .35 .31 +.05 +9.4 CME Grp Q CME 2.80a 1.7 36 171.71 114.82 7742 165.12 17072 171.65 160.82 -6.30 +13.1 CMS Eng N CMS 1.43f 3.2 27 50.83 40.48 9171 44.28 19017 44.41 42.78 +1.42 -6.4 CNA Fn N CNA 1.20a 2.3 15 55.62 42.34 453 51.95 1475 53.56 51.76 -1.63 -2.1sCNBFnPA Q CCNE .66 2.1 18 30.65 20.91 71 31.00 177 31.14 29.30 +1.52 +18.1 CNH Indl N CNHI .12e .9 15.65 9.36 1874 13.52 11105 13.72 13.20 -.19 +.9 CNO Fincl N CNO .36 1.6 15 26.47 19.37 2503 22.91 8080 23.13 22.30 +.34 -7.2 CNOOC N CEO 4.92e 3.4 166.23 108.05 103 144.31 509 147.36 142.51 -1.73 +.5 CNX Midst N CNXM 1.25 6.3 12 23.98 15.25 295 19.86 942 20.10 18.14 +1.27 +18.4 CNX Resc N CNX .04 .3 18.08 11.30 6040 15.50 33359 17.63 15.06 -2.05 +5.9 ConslCoal n N CCR 16.65 13.15 12 14.50 122 14.82 14.00 -7.3 CONSOL n N CEIX 41.89 19.51 1928 31.04 4061 31.62 27.75 +2.35 -21.4 CPFL Eng N CPL .12e .8 17.69 10.63 35 14.62 166 15.25 14.40 -.36 +27.1 CPI Aero A CVU 13 10.05 5.55 8 8.30 54 8.40 8.05 -.20 -7.3 CPI Crd rs Q PMTS 22.75 2.45 18 3.09 166 3.50 3.00 +.01 -15.8 CPS Tech Q CPSH 30 2.20 1.02 4 1.49 34 1.49 1.38 +.01 -10.2 CRA Intl Q CRAI .68 1.3 33 53.00 31.77 45 51.64 192 52.50 50.43 +.16 +14.9 CRH Med A CRHM 9.25 1.46 86 2.70 371 3.08 2.70 -.30 +1.9 CRH N CRH .72e 2.1 39.32 32.47 361 34.72 2479 35.03 33.98 +.61 -3.8 CRISPR n Q CRSP 61.24 13.50 1111 51.77 8398 60.52 48.52 -4.95 +120.5 CSG Sys Q CSGS .84f 1.8 26 48.82 35.48 430 47.24 1719 47.71 46.65 +.45 +7.8 CSI Comp Q CCLP .75 10.2 10.16 4.12 88 7.38 470 7.65 7.20 -.14 +34.9 CsopChiA50 N AFTY 1.17e 6.3 20.51 13.45 5 18.44 29 18.75 18.39 -.45 +4.7 CSP Inc Q CSPI .44 3.8 28 18.89 8.52 21 11.60 43 12.73 11.55 -.87 -26.6 CSRA n N CSRA .40 1.0 19 40.84 27.38 4038 40.65 16407 40.72 40.57 +.08 +35.9tCSS Inds N CSS .80 4.4 77 30.29 18.07 85 18.36 341 19.29 18.01 -.48 -34.0 CSW Ind n Q CSWI 32 50.00 34.05 67 46.30 164 48.45 46.00 -.30 +.8 CSX Q CSX .88f 1.5 9 60.04 45.41 8325 56.92 28221 58.40 56.26 -1.08 +3.5 CTI BioP rs Q CTIC 4.65 2.45 135 3.99 1125 4.10 3.95 -.02 +48.9 CTI Inds Q CTIB 6.28 3.25 1 4.19 10 4.49 4.01 +.13 +2.9sCTS N CTS .16 .6 24 28.45 19.30 382 28.65 799 28.75 27.38 +1.44 +11.3 CUI Glbl Q CUI 6.09 2.44 47 2.85 559 3.28 2.70 -.17 +3.6 CURO Gp n N CURO 17.97 13.50 923 16.85 1562 17.77 16.38 -.56 +19.7 CVB Fncl Q CVBF .56 2.3 23 25.49 19.58 952 24.14 2185 24.47 23.71 -.12 +2.5 CVD Eqp Q CVV 19 13.50 8.75 6 9.16 32 9.80 9.12 -.11 -21.2 CVR Engy N CVI 2.00 6.7 39.70 16.75 660 29.80 3077 31.99 28.14 -1.85 -20.0 CVR Ptrs N UAN .71e 19.6 5.08 2.58 186 3.63 1339 3.78 3.53 -.08 +10.7 CVR Rfng N CVRR 1.39 22 18.25 6.70 1590 12.90 4275 14.20 12.50 -1.10 -22.1tCVS Health N CVS 2.00 3.0 11 84.00 65.66 14355 65.65 43920 69.56 65.65 -3.62 -9.4 CYS Invest N CYS .88 12.9 7 8.98 6.25 6339 6.82 17063 6.84 6.49 +.33 -15.1 CYSInv pfA N CYSpA 1.94 7.8 25.73 24.01 5 24.80 29 24.85 24.55 +.25 -.9 CYSInv pfB N CYSpB 1.88 7.8 25.32 23.27 6 24.16 44 24.26 23.96 +.20 -2.5 CabGS flt34 N GYB .83 3.6 23.75 21.96 10 23.00 31 23.00 22.25 +.03 CabcoJCP97 N PFH 1.91 13.6 18.74 11.00 13 14.06 28 14.47 13.72 -.14 -4.7 CabAT&T34 N GYC .83 3.6 26.05 22.01 1 23.10 2 23.25 22.98 +.17 +2.4 CableOne n N CABO 7.00 1.0 38 788.00 616.06 61 705.97 235 738.95 698.30 -12.02 +.4 Cabot N CBT 1.26 2.1 17 68.63 50.21 626 59.75 2940 62.95 59.70 -2.28 -3.0 CabotMicro Q CCMP 1.60f 1.4 50 115.10 68.00 310 113.22 1130 114.99 111.79 -1.00 +20.3 CabotO&G N COG .24f 1.0 47 29.57 21.40 9495 24.99 29943 25.83 24.82 -.53 -12.6 CACI N CACI 15 159.40 112.10 929 157.45 1460 158.60 152.40 +1.45 +19.0sCactus n N WHD 27.96 19.18 3311 26.43 4859 27.96 25.65 +.10 +30.5 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 17, 2018

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sCadencB n N CADE .13 .4 29.30 20.00 2654 28.55 4684 29.30 28.24 -.65 +5.3 Cadence Q CDNS 51 46.00 30.35 6534 38.59 17289 40.30 38.41 -1.09 -7.7 Cadiz h Q CDZI 16.25 9.65 88 14.05 419 14.30 13.50 -1.4 CaesarStne Q CSTE .29e 27 44.00 19.55 209 19.95 829 21.40 19.75 -1.25 -9.3 CaesarsEnt Q CZR 14.50 9.00 10826 12.75 55143 12.85 12.30 +.05 +.8 CafePress Q PRSS 3.33 1.30 6 1.44 171 1.53 1.32 +.11 -22.0 Cal-Maine Q CALM 2.49e 5.5 50.40 33.40 371 45.20 1224 45.35 43.73 +1.10 +1.7 Caladriu rs Q CLBS 7.79 2.63 60 5.92 299 5.93 5.26 +.37 +68.7 CalaCvHi Q CHY 1.20 10.1 12.42 10.60 164 11.85 705 12.08 11.82 -.12 CalaCvOp Q CHI 1.14 10.1 11.75 10.01 190 11.25 873 11.37 11.09 -.09 +.5 CalaCv&Inc Q CCD 2.00 9.9 20.98 18.15 43 20.25 276 20.46 20.10 -.06 +.9 CalaGDyIn Q CHW .84 9.1 9.87 7.55 141 9.24 804 9.32 9.14 -.04 +1.8 CalaGTR Q CGO 1.20 8.0 16.34 11.41 48 15.01 109 15.44 14.95 -.38 -.3 CalaStrTR Q CSQ .99 8.1 12.91 10.83 288 12.26 1574 12.46 12.14 -.12 +1.5 CalAmp Q CAMP 49 25.45 15.64 541 24.06 1529 24.34 23.59 +.30 +12.3sCalavoGr h Q CVGW .95f 1.0 39 95.75 55.65 282 91.25 984 95.75 88.20 +3.25 +8.1 CaledoMn n A CMCL .28 4.0 7.96 5.17 1 6.99 13 7.21 6.80 -.10 -5.4 Caleres N CAL .28 .9 16 34.34 22.39 652 31.86 3910 34.20 28.19 +3.63 -4.8 CalifRes rs N CRC 25.06 6.47 2853 14.89 7216 15.16 14.11 +.42 -23.4 CalifWtr N CWT .75f 2.0 27 46.15 32.75 1623 37.40 3647 38.90 36.45 -.35 -17.5 Calithera Q CALA 20.05 6.57 355 7.15 2603 8.15 6.90 -.95 -14.4 Calix N CALX 7.40 4.65 557 7.20 1661 7.38 6.80 +.30 +21.0sCallGolf N ELY .04 .2 34 16.24 10.91 1298 16.05 3963 16.24 15.75 +.18 +15.2 Callidus Q CALD 36.25 19.25 2025 35.93 6723 35.98 35.90 -.03 +25.4 CallonPet N CPE 26 13.92 9.34 4030 11.76 18755 12.06 11.37 +.03 -3.2 Callon pfA N CPEpA 5.00 9.9 53.45 47.11 2 50.76 26 52.03 50.46 +.21 -1.0 CalumetSp Q CLMT 9.95 3.40 181 7.70 1173 7.95 7.55 Calyxt n Q CLXT 31.89 9.26 337 18.77 584 19.50 18.00 -.58 -14.8sCambLrn Q ABCD 1.36 13.5 33 10.23 4.55 271 10.11 1331 10.31 8.50 +.93 +78.0 Cambrex N CBM 21 62.95 42.55 649 55.95 1633 56.35 54.35 +.85 +16.6 CambriaYld N SYLD .49e 1.3 41.00 32.87 3 38.68 21 39.27 38.32 -.49 +.8 CambFgnY N FYLD .75e 2.8 27.94 22.06 1 26.33 36 26.69 26.14 -.07 -.2 CambGblV N GVAL .54e 2.0 28.50 21.72 56 26.58 238 27.04 26.49 -.39 +3.8 CamGblMo N GMOM .56e 2.0 29.42 24.12 2 27.91 31 28.49 27.80 -.30 +1.9 CambGlAss A GAA .55e 2.0 28.60 25.23 8 27.72 40 27.85 27.60 -.08 +.9 CambrEmS N EYLD 38.25 28.65 2 36.93 5 37.65 36.50 +.53 +6.4 CambEq n N CCOR 26.18 24.47 61 25.25 120 25.30 25.14 -.02 -2.2 CambTail n N TAIL 25.57 21.44 6 21.80 35 21.94 21.54 +.28 -3.5 CamValMom N VAMO 28.07 22.55 6 25.05 66 25.43 24.84 -.10 +.4 CambrBc n Q CATC 1.92f 2.3 90.95 70.00 26 85.20 64 88.00 80.16 -5.20 +6.8 CamdnN s Q CAC .92 2.0 18 47.41 37.10 71 45.74 202 46.34 44.41 +.32 +8.6 CamdenPT N CPT 3.08f 3.6 22 96.39 78.19 794 84.76 3472 84.85 81.85 +2.22 -7.9 Cameco g N CCJ .40 11.91 7.68 1161 9.39 6251 9.41 9.07 +.22 +1.7 CampSp N CPB 1.40 3.2 14 59.34 41.78 5683 43.58 17566 44.64 43.12 -.03 -9.4 CampWrl n N CWH .54 1.5 47.62 26.30 1422 36.09 11776 41.96 34.60 -1.30 -19.3 Camtek h Q CAMT .14p 11 7.96 3.50 49 6.90 467 7.06 6.57 +.30 +20.6 Can-Fite A CANF 2.75 1.24 42 1.52 637 1.60 1.50 -.04 +2.7 CdaGoose n N GOOS 38.25 15.20 962 34.74 2618 34.86 32.49 +2.26 +10.1 CIBC g N CM 5.32f 10 100.01 77.20 567 89.56 1929 92.46 89.51 -2.49 -8.1 CdnNR gs N CNI 1.33 85.73 71.02 1226 73.56 6385 75.55 73.33 -.96 -10.8 CdnNRs gs N CNQ 1.34f 37.63 27.52 2622 30.36 10207 30.49 29.66 +.27 -15.0 CP Rwy g N CP 1.87 188.80 143.20 278 177.81 1607 181.68 175.70 -3.13 -2.7 CdnSolar Q CSIQ 16 19.09 10.86 818 15.49 2323 16.51 15.34 -.70 -8.1 CancerGen Q CGIX 5.30 1.55 140 1.75 643 2.10 1.75 -.10 -5.4 CannaeHl n N CNNE 19.29 16.16 853 18.60 1639 19.01 18.31 -.40 +9.2 Canon N CAJ 40.67 30.79 394 37.03 1709 37.36 36.85 -.02 -1.0 CantelMed N CMD .14e .1 74 123.60 69.21 4755 113.71 5315 119.66 113.71 -2.09 +10.5 CantbryPk Q CPHC .24 1.5 24 17.55 10.00 0 15.75 23 15.75 15.25 +.55 -3.1 CpStarFn n Q CSTR 22.22 16.00 51 19.39 102 19.72 19.19 -.21 -6.6 CapellaEd Q CPLA 1.72 1.9 25 99.25 65.15 101 89.00 294 89.70 87.95 +.40 +15.0sCapCtyBk Q CCBG .28 1.1 31 26.33 17.68 68 26.45 165 26.49 25.26 +.96 +15.3 CapOne N COF 1.60 1.6 29 106.50 76.05 2733 99.36 10897 101.44 96.69 -1.43 -.2 CapOne pfC N COFpC 1.56 5.9 26.79 25.49 5 26.23 247 26.30 25.85 +.23 +.2 CapOne pfD N COFpD 1.68 6.3 27.88 25.82 8 26.58 84 26.58 26.34 +.18 -.9 CapOne pfF N COFpF 1.55 5.8 27.74 25.49 23 26.70 205 26.70 26.50 +.14 -1.2 CapOne pfB N COFpP 1.50 6.0 25.88 24.91 124 25.20 286 25.28 25.14 -.01 -.4 CpOne pf H N COFpH 27.19 25.12 8 26.09 251 26.35 25.90 -.17 -3.1 CapOne pfG N COFpG 25.55 22.50 67 24.80 305 24.80 24.55 +.20 -.9 CapProd Q CPLP .32 9.7 14 4.00 2.98 1210 3.29 2600 3.31 3.18 +.10 -2.1 CapSenL N CSU 16.72 10.35 221 12.35 1067 12.89 12.15 -.34 -8.5sCapSwst Q CSWC .99e 5.7 18 18.00 14.85 37 17.27 119 18.00 17.09 +4.4 CapitalaF Q CPTA 1.00 12.5 72 14.60 6.88 175 7.97 530 8.15 7.93 -.10 +9.5 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28641 173.60 163.02 -4.69 -16.9 Cimarex N XEC .64f .7 20 130.16 89.49 1539 92.48 7646 95.89 91.50 -.41 -24.2 Cimpress Q CMPR 171.76 78.80 441 167.19 1582 171.68 158.75 -4.05 +39.5tCincB pfB N CBBpB 3.38 6.9 52.37 48.15 3 48.95 24 49.90 48.15 +.25 -4.0 CinciBell rs N CBB 68 22.20 14.00 1826 15.55 3669 15.55 14.60 +.25 -25.4 CinnFin Q CINF 2.12f 2.8 22 81.98 68.49 2493 75.13 4912 77.05 73.74 -1.91 +.2 Cinedigm rs Q CIDM 3.00 1.11 11 1.32 92 1.35 1.28 -12.0 Cinemark N CNK 1.28f 3.3 17 44.84 32.03 2014 39.11 7016 41.78 39.02 -2.27 +12.3 CinerRes N CINR 2.27 8.1 14 29.75 22.61 5 28.00 63 29.36 27.89 -.24 +11.5 Cintas Q CTAS 1.62f .9 34 178.34 117.85 936 173.28 2751 178.28 172.55 -5.02 +11.2 Circor N CIR .15 .3 27 68.76 41.50 188 44.97 692 47.05 43.56 -.80 -7.6 Cirrus Q CRUS 15 71.97 39.51 2968 44.79 6054 46.18 43.01 -.84 -13.6sCisco Q CSCO 1.32f 2.9 23 46.16 30.36 55176 45.01 147002 46.16 44.92 -.36 +17.5 Cision N CISN 67 13.68 9.90 821 12.67 2368 12.68 12.10 +.57 +6.7 CitiTrends Q CTRN .32 1.2 26 28.12 15.54 455 26.47 1033 28.00 21.84 +4.66 CitEUR Dl n N UEUR 31.62 26.61 29.07 5 29.92 29.05 -.10 +5.4 Citi EUR n N DEUR 24.13 18.78 20.95 7 20.95 20.56 +.06 -8.7 CitJPY Dl n N UJPY 39.22 27.65 1 31.70 7 31.88 31.15 +.71 +8.5 Citigp pfN N CpN 1.97 7.3 27.81 25.85 444 27.02 1247 27.44 26.56 -.35 -1.7 CgpVelLCrd N UWT 32.96 10.01 2578 26.93 12332 27.30 24.32 +.37 +9.9 CgpVelICrd N DWT 44.68 10.27 6247 11.70 26137 13.00 11.51 -.23 -16.7 Citigroup N C 1.28 1.7 14 80.70 56.55 33012 73.47 91792 76.53 73.01 -2.64 -1.3 Citigrp pfC N CpC 1.45 5.7 26.16 24.70 106 25.37 218 25.54 25.28 -.11 -.4 Citigp pfJ N CpJ 1.78 6.1 30.45 27.59 47 28.96 213 29.06 28.78 +.15 +.4 Citigp pfK N CpK 1.72 6.1 31.60 26.85 42 28.24 533 28.24 28.02 +.10 -1.0 Citigrp pfS N CpS 1.58 5.9 27.40 25.44 32 26.59 167 26.62 26.33 +.08 -1.3 Citigrp pfL N CpL 1.72 6.5 28.02 25.72 319 26.60 490 26.60 26.22 +.40 +.2 CitiusPh n Q CTXR 5.49 2.56 31 3.25 158 3.38 3.02 +.03 -14.5 Citiz&Nthn Q CZNC 1.08f 4.4 19 26.75 22.00 56 24.35 108 24.39 23.55 +.38 +1.5 CtzCmtyBc Q CZWI .20f 1.4 18 14.43 12.69 7 14.05 44 14.09 13.97 +4.1 CitizFincl N CFG .52 1.2 19 48.23 31.51 6372 44.87 21687 46.66 44.76 -1.39 +6.9 CitizFst Q CZFC .24e 1.0 17 26.38 18.00 5 24.53 13 24.53 24.19 +.07 +2.2 CitizHold Q CIZN .96 4.2 17 26.00 21.18 4 22.75 13 22.75 21.80 +.69 -1.5 CitizInc N CIA 8.87 5.86 191 7.79 412 8.14 7.65 -.16 +6.0sCitrixSy s Q CTXS 26 96.96 73.34 2618 95.13 9123 96.96 94.84 -.38 +8.1 CtyHld Q CHCO 1.84f 2.5 19 74.90 58.80 154 72.29 365 73.21 70.94 +.03 +7.1 CityOffce g N CIO .94 45 13.93 10.03 666 11.68 1750 11.72 11.21 +.45 -10.2 CityOff pfA N CIOpA 1.66 7.0 26.47 23.65 26 23.80 46 24.94 23.70 -.55 -5.5sCiveo N CVEO 4.11 1.57 1173 3.89 5673 4.17 3.71 +.08 +42.5 CivistaBcsh Q CIVB .28 1.2 18 24.69 18.82 78 22.67 549 23.65 22.02 -1.31 +3.0 CivitasSolu N CIVI 28 19.90 11.15 184 14.90 731 15.00 14.10 +.45 -12.9 Clarus Q CLAR 8.00 5.10 195 6.90 580 7.65 6.75 +.10 -12.1 CleanEngy Q CLNE 3.05 1.31 3573 1.58 12125 1.59 1.33 +.10 -22.2 CleanHarb N CLH 61.62 46.62 432 50.91 1845 53.62 49.49 -2.01 -6.1 ClearChan N CCO 6.35 3.35 313 4.90 5517 5.10 4.85 -.15 +6.5tClrBrEnTR N CTR 1.35e 12.8 13.90 10.19 241 10.56 882 11.38 10.19 -.57 -9.1 ClearOne Q CLRO .28 3.4 11.25 6.70 1 8.25 49 8.50 7.80 +.35 -7.8 ClrAllCGr n Q CACG 30.58 24.37 8 29.74 29 30.08 29.57 -.04 +6.7tClrbrgMLP N CBA .80m 11.0 10.05 6.75 320 7.29 1448 7.81 6.75 -.34 -12.0 ClearEnFd N CEM 1.76f 12.9 17.36 12.10 330 13.60 1952 14.63 12.77 -.72 -10.9tClrbEOpFd N EMO 1.47e 14.1 13.87 9.82 134 10.45 741 11.10 9.82 -.31 -11.4 Clearfield Q CLFD 27 17.65 11.00 48 13.70 103 14.00 13.15 +.50 +11.8 ClearsBio n Q CLSD 15.06 5.30 929 11.73 6207 13.27 11.21 -1.27 +67.6 ClearSign Q CLIR 4.70 1.75 54 2.35 541 2.40 2.25 +.05 -34.7 ClearwPpr N CLW 18 58.00 33.80 226 37.90 645 39.20 36.90 -.80 -16.5 ClemPhr n Q CMTA 20.15 11.72 17 18.23 297 18.99 17.00 +1.18 -4.0 CleBio hrs Q CBLI 5.55 1.35 8 3.27 69 3.58 3.27 -.18 -18.5 ClevCliffs N CLF 5 9.35 5.56 10355 7.51 43764 7.65 7.11 +.08 +4.2 CliftonBcp Q CSBK .24a 1.5 17.94 15.20 76 15.85 265 16.06 15.56 -.14 -7.3 ClipRlty n N CLPR .38 13.56 7.64 70 9.17 341 9.45 8.70 +.32 -8.2 Clorox N CLX 3.84f 3.0 21 150.40 124.09 1454 128.49 5107 132.66 126.24 -3.08 -13.6 CloudPeak N CLD 5.70 2.78 1825 3.53 5163 3.54 3.26 +.27 -20.7 Cloudera n N CLDR 23.35 14.50 1981 19.61 5922 20.55 19.33 -.35 +18.7 CloughGA A GLV 1.44 11.2 14.39 12.78 45 12.85 152 13.30 12.85 -.09 -3.7 CloughGEq A GLQ 1.38 9.9 14.39 11.99 93 13.88 330 14.24 13.84 +.02 +3.8 ClghGlbOp A GLO 1.20 10.7 11.67 9.99 98 11.18 1250 11.47 11.15 +.11 +2.8 ClovisOnc Q CLVS 99.45 45.42 745 58.72 3457 63.25 57.83 -3.40 -13.6 CoDiagn n Q CODX 6.85 1.45 26 2.11 124 2.53 2.02 -.26 -20.1 CoBizFncl Q COBZ .22 1.1 26 22.01 15.39 313 20.57 916 20.75 19.75 +.38 +2.9sCoStar Q CSGP 368.33 197.55 746 367.80 1594 369.91 356.62 +6.58 +23.9sCoastwayB Q CWAY 74 27.60 17.25 254 27.20 1351 27.60 22.00 +5.20 +28.3 CCFemsa N KOF 1.75e 2.6 91.85 65.91 52 66.61 409 70.31 66.17 -2.54 -4.3 CocaBtl Q COKE 1.00 .5 31 249.54 170.93 76 182.44 260 189.99 179.01 -5.42 -15.2 CocaCola N KO 1.56f 3.6 80 48.62 41.91 26588 43.46 82498 45.09 43.45 -.97 -5.3 CocaCEur n N CCE 1.04f 2.6 44.75 35.77 1279 40.76 6643 42.13 40.54 -.14 +2.3stCocrystP n Q COCP 4.89 4.56 8 5.15 25 5.15 4.56 +11.8tCodaOct n Q CODA 6.56 3.65 4 4.17 117 4.50 3.65 -.23 -12.6sCodexis Q CDXS 13.60 3.95 566 11.50 4798 13.60 11.10 +.40 +37.7 CdrsVlly Q CVLY .62b 2.2 17 33.46 22.82 33 28.00 101 29.48 27.15 +.01 +1.7 Coeur N CDE 10.24 6.71 7697 8.15 20533 8.48 7.98 -.03 +8.7 CoffeeH Q JVA 4.99 3.65 9 4.38 39 4.42 4.26 +.09 +2.9 CogentC Q CCOI 2.00f 4.6 54.85 35.75 661 43.80 1606 45.90 43.30 -1.25 -3.3sCogentix h Q CGNT 3.89 1.55 256 3.84 5905 3.89 3.81 +.47 +21.7 Cogint Q COGT 6.95 2.50 765 3.55 2870 3.70 2.85 +.45 -19.3 Cognex s Q CGNX .18 .3 41 72.99 38.67 2605 55.30 9161 57.45 54.17 -.79 -9.6sCognizTch Q CTSH .80f .9 26 85.10 57.50 4069 84.60 16713 85.10 83.45 -.11 +19.1 CohBar n Q CWBR 6.97 4.80 131 5.21 474 6.20 5.21 -.70 +4.8 Cohen n A COHN .80 7.1 11.99 7.50 4 11.20 5 11.43 11.16 +.70 +39.7 CohSClosed N FOF 1.04 8.2 13.52 11.60 61 12.69 304 12.89 12.64 -.08 -4.7 CohStGlbI N INB 1.12 11.9 10.44 8.84 54 9.44 398 9.71 9.40 -.14 -4.5 Cohen&Str N CNS 1.12 2.7 21 47.83 36.29 330 41.49 867 43.46 41.34 -.65 -12.3 CohStInfra N UTF 1.60 7.4 24.61 20.91 230 21.55 1283 21.92 21.33 -.07 -10.2 C&SLtDP&I N LDP 1.87 7.3 27.25 24.85 69 25.62 282 25.75 25.25 +.36 -1.7 C&SIncEgy N MIE 1.32 13.8 11.60 8.87 140 9.54 877 10.01 8.94 -.26 -6.9 CohStQIR N RQI .96 7.9 13.19 10.55 372 12.20 1719 12.20 11.64 +.56 -3.6 CohStRE N RNP 1.48 7.8 21.98 17.91 83 19.01 503 19.03 18.80 +.25 -10.6 CohStSelPf N PSF 2.06 7.8 29.16 25.72 26 26.34 183 27.01 26.34 -.64 -6.7 CohenStTR N RFI .96 7.9 13.03 11.50 57 12.18 433 12.20 11.95 +.11 -4.6 Coherent Q COHR 32 329.00 183.02 564 221.66 2614 233.93 216.61 -.91 -21.5 CoherusBio Q CHRS 24.70 8.05 1362 12.50 4936 12.90 11.35 +.65 +42.0 Cohu Q COHU .24 1.1 55 26.17 15.55 345 22.65 998 22.98 21.83 +.39 +3.2 Colfax N CFX 25 43.29 31.26 798 32.73 3299 34.02 32.35 -1.05 -17.4 ColgPalm N CL 1.68f 2.4 24 77.91 68.19 6593 69.62 21995 71.65 69.30 -1.62 -7.7 CllctUnv Q CLCT .70m 4.5 14 30.82 14.23 113 15.72 324 16.31 15.50 -.35 -45.1 Collegium n Q COLL 29.90 7.37 853 27.00 3277 28.43 25.81 +.20 +46.3 Colliers Q CIGI .10 .2 23 69.20 46.35 74 66.50 151 67.48 65.65 +.10 +10.2sColonyBk Q CBAN .20f 1.2 16 15.65 11.10 6 16.70 15 16.95 14.65 +1.65 +14.4tColNthSC n N CLNC 21.20 18.71 1420 18.81 4275 20.99 18.71 -2.24 -8.4 ColNrthS n N CLNS 14.74 5.28 11192 5.94 43409 6.12 5.84 -.04 -47.9 ColNrth pfB N CLNSpB 2.06 8.3 25.76 22.26 10 24.80 129 24.89 24.66 +.05 -2.4 ColNrth pfD N CLNSpD 2.13 8.5 26.50 23.78 15 24.97 146 25.09 24.76 -.12 -2.3 ColNrth pfE N CLNSpE 2.19 8.7 27.52 23.86 7 25.30 145 25.47 25.17 +.01 -4.8 ColNrth pfG N CLNSpG 1.88 8.1 27.25 22.49 6 23.28 15 23.77 22.76 -.33 -7.4 ColNrth pfJ N CLNSpJ 24.84 21.48 10 22.95 206 23.09 22.50 +.37 -6.6 ColNrth pfI N CLNSpI 1.79 7.9 25.94 21.81 9 22.75 100 22.90 22.40 -.09 -9.7 ColNrth pfH N CLNSpH 1.78 7.8 26.00 21.61 6 22.70 62 22.88 22.35 +.09 -9.2 ColBnkg Q COLB .88 2.0 23 48.06 35.67 1038 44.14 2121 44.55 43.00 -.06 +1.6 Col SusInt n N ESGN 32.31 27.17 0 29.86 14 30.17 29.72 -.11 -2.3 Col SusUS n N ESGS 32.51 28.50 30.22 3 30.57 30.16 +.12 +2.1 Col Bey N BBRC .50e 2.6 20.47 16.00 0 19.55 11 19.96 19.55 -.30 +6.1 ColEmxChi N XCEM 30.22 25.00 1 28.55 2 28.97 28.55 -.02 +3.2 ColQualDv N HILO .32e 2.0 17.10 13.57 1 16.13 3 16.58 16.13 -.12 +1.5 Col EMCns N ECON .10e .4 29.87 24.77 78 27.17 690 28.10 27.11 -.77 -3.4 Col IndiaC N INCO .03e .1 51.06 37.50 26 45.56 91 46.61 45.39 -.46 -8.2 Col IndiaInf N INXX .10e .7 16.79 12.59 3 14.28 48 14.85 14.28 -.19 -10.0 Col IndSC N SCIN .17e .8 25.98 16.90 2 21.21 19 21.56 20.64 +.24 -9.5 ColumbPT N CXP .80 3.8 12 23.31 20.01 1181 20.94 4792 21.51 20.74 -.56 -8.8 ColSelTec N STK .92a 3.9 24.58 20.09 38 23.68 283 24.17 23.29 -.07 +6.4sColuSprtw Q COLM .88f 1.1 28 79.38 51.56 321 77.93 1165 79.38 76.72 -1.23 +8.4 Colmbus Q CMCO .16 .4 44.55 23.13 162 37.27 667 37.68 36.01 -.18 -6.8 Comcast s Q CMCSA .76f 2.1 17 44.00 34.78 45228 35.83 137204 37.22 35.78 -1.30 -10.2sComerica N CMA 1.20f 1.2 21 102.66 64.04 2714 98.94 9322 102.66 97.23 -2.97 +14.0 ComfrtS N FIX .30 .7 27 44.80 31.90 379 42.85 1111 43.40 42.15 +.25 -1.8 CommScpe Q COMM 41 42.75 30.95 1305 40.91 6033 41.44 40.19 -.08 +8.1 ComndSec A MOC 3.43 2.41 8 3.03 62 3.24 3.03 -.12 -1.3sCmcBMO Q CBSH .94f 1.5 22 61.59 49.43 1762 61.49 3579 61.83 60.38 +.50 +10.1 CmcBc pfB Q CBSHP 1.50 5.8 27.65 25.00 3 25.81 13 26.04 25.65 -.03 -2.0 ComHub A Q CHUBA 80 24.53 14.94 464 22.51 4725 22.62 22.42 +.10 +2.4 ComHub C Q CHUBK 80 22.59 14.85 506 22.51 5394 22.55 22.41 +.10 +9.3 CmclMtls N CMC .48 1.9 29 26.72 17.05 5097 24.63 12820 25.98 23.96 -.72 +15.5 CmclVehcl Q CVGI 13.90 5.35 530 8.66 5006 11.41 8.43 -2.35 -19.0 CommSys Q JCS .16 4.4 4.99 3.18 22 3.60 49 3.79 3.37 +.03 +1.1 CmtyBkSy N CBU 1.36 2.4 17 58.80 48.89 709 56.55 1503 57.26 55.73 +.37 +5.2 CmtyBkTr Q ESXB 24 9.35 6.95 86 8.95 139 9.00 8.35 +.10 +9.8 CmtyFinCp Q TCFC .40 1.1 18 40.69 32.06 31 38.00 63 38.10 36.89 +.01 -.8 CommuFt n Q CFBI 15.00 10.95 2 11.45 14 11.46 11.05 +.25 -1.3 CmtyHlt N CYH 10.51 3.85 4545 4.34 21691 5.09 4.28 -.53 +1.9 CmtyHlt rt Q CYHHZ .05 .01 106 .01 2291 .01 .01 +.00 CmtyHcT n N CHCT 1.59f 6.1 96 30.64 22.41 252 25.86 673 25.98 25.09 +.55 -8.0 CmtyTrBc Q CTBI 1.32 2.8 17 51.90 40.33 119 47.20 386 48.00 46.20 -.07 +.2 CmtyWest Q CWBC .16 1.5 16 12.97 9.55 1 11.00 4 11.35 11.00 -.20 +3.3 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 17, 2018

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CommVlt Q CVLT 64.60 48.30 2754 58.55 5144 58.60 54.50 +3.50 +11.5 CBD-Pao N CBD .08e .4 25.90 18.20 202 20.17 1886 21.21 19.74 -.65 -14.4 CompDivHd N CODI 1.44 8.6 18.35 15.95 193 16.75 589 16.95 16.55 -.05 -1.2tComDivH pf N CODIpA 1.81 7.8 25.75 23.05 8 23.20 81 23.42 22.95 -.10 -5.9 CompssMn N CMP 2.88 4.6 22 76.65 56.50 863 62.05 1945 64.20 61.50 -1.25 -14.1 Compugn Q CGEN 5.40 2.25 278 4.30 2234 4.73 4.05 +.20 +72.0 CmptrPr Q CPSI .40 1.4 48 36.15 25.95 171 29.55 453 30.80 29.20 -.60 -1.7sCmpTask Q CTG .24 2.9 8.49 4.90 225 8.29 596 8.62 7.85 -.03 +62.5 Compx A CIX .20 1.4 14 16.63 12.50 3 14.25 7 14.25 12.85 +.28 +7.1 CmstkH rs Q CHCI 3.90 1.20 31 1.67 418 1.82 1.65 -.10 -1.8 ComstkM rs A LODE 1.34 .21 378 .27 1704 .31 .26 -.01 -30.8 ComstkRs rs N CRK 10.72 4.01 284 7.63 1790 8.22 7.10 +.38 -9.8 Comtech Q CMTL .40 1.3 29 31.40 13.11 510 30.06 1669 31.37 29.65 -.59 +35.9 ConAgra N CAG .85 2.3 20 41.42 32.16 4657 36.61 15838 38.32 36.35 -1.45 -2.8 ConatusPh Q CNAT 9.40 3.88 581 6.55 3805 7.39 6.17 -.72 +41.8 ConcertPh Q CNCE 30.71 11.88 249 22.82 1213 23.98 22.38 -.85 -11.8 ConchoRes N CXO 22 162.91 106.73 1550 148.49 5411 154.45 147.38 -4.80 -1.2 ConcdMed N CCM 31 4.87 2.46 2 3.10 23 3.10 2.95 +.12 -6.9 ConcrdInt g Q CXRX .30 51.3 1 2.27 .45 111 .59 422 .62 .58 -.02 -11.0 CondHos rs A CDOR .78e 7.5 11.25 8.13 7 10.35 43 10.46 10.26 -.03 +4.0 Conduent n N CNDT 20.32 14.95 2177 19.79 6808 19.99 19.48 +.30 +22.5 Conformis n Q CFMS 5.98 1.15 1179 1.37 2141 1.48 1.34 -.07 -42.4 ConiferH n Q CNFR 8.20 5.00 3 6.00 38 6.85 5.90 -.30 +3.4 Conmed Q CNMD .80 1.2 24 64.99 39.89 430 64.38 1145 64.93 62.97 +1.27 +26.3 Conns Q CONN 37.80 7.75 342 32.75 1681 35.10 31.90 -1.65 -7.9sConnectOne Q CNOB .30 1.0 23 31.40 21.04 291 30.85 798 31.40 30.45 -.40 +19.8 ConnWtrSv Q CTWS 1.19 2.0 29 65.04 48.86 438 60.15 1123 60.25 51.13 +8.97 +4.8 ConocoPhil N COP 1.14f 2.1 44 61.31 42.27 12882 54.93 32939 55.41 53.38 -.13 +.1 ConsolCom Q CNSL 1.55 13.1 24.80 10.83 3222 11.86 7869 12.33 11.36 -.34 -2.7 ConEd N ED 2.86f 3.7 16 89.70 73.73 3100 77.45 11328 77.58 75.18 +2.21 -8.8 CnsTom A CTO .20f .3 9 67.58 50.29 30 66.30 53 67.00 64.09 -.09 +4.4sConsolWtr Q CWCO .34 2.3 39 14.90 10.10 82 14.50 287 14.90 13.21 +1.00 +15.9 ConstAlph n Q CNAC 9.90 9.55 9.85 3 9.89 9.85 +.01 +1.0 ConstAlp un Q CNACU 10.50 8.22 0 10.33 6 10.35 10.20 -.02 +1.5 ConstAl rt Q CNACR .48 .25 5 .32 13 .38 .32 -.06 +4.2sConstellA N STZ 2.08 .9 25 231.83 160.53 1218 228.54 6246 231.83 225.77 -1.80 Constellm N CSTM 14.10 5.35 885 11.90 4425 12.35 11.40 -.25 +6.7 ConsuPtf Q CPSS 5 5.69 3.66 59 3.79 159 3.90 3.78 -.03 -8.7 ContainStr N TCS 10 6.37 3.53 291 5.65 1093 5.86 5.32 +.34 +19.2 Contango A MCF 8.19 2.22 349 3.77 1397 3.79 3.38 +.35 -20.0 ContlBldg N CBPX 20 31.00 21.00 233 27.70 1063 28.40 27.25 -.10 -1.6 ContMatls A CUO 23 27.00 16.80 1 19.50 2 19.90 19.00 -.25 +2.6 ContlRescs N CLR 58.89 29.08 1523 53.07 8695 53.77 51.58 +1.22 +.2 ContraFect Q CFRX 2.40 .80 618 1.90 1697 2.29 1.60 -.19 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24.73 14.68 202 17.36 973 17.41 16.60 +.66 -24.0 DirxChiBull N YINN .38e 1.0 53.89 18.41 936 38.72 4939 39.51 36.84 +.30 +13.8 DirxDMBull N DZK 100.54 53.47 1 80.76 19 82.98 80.00 -.76 -2.0 DrxSCBull s N TNA .41e .5 81.75 47.22 1783 75.58 12243 79.38 73.70 -1.70 +7.6 DrxSPBull s N SPXL 54.49 30.00 4252 46.96 24707 49.72 46.57 -1.93 +5.9 DirxEnBull N ERX 44.29 21.37 1838 27.64 10303 29.12 26.32 -.86 -20.9 Discover N DFS 1.40 1.8 14 81.93 57.50 3233 76.54 11983 78.82 74.88 -1.88 -.5 DiscCmA Q DISCA 12 30.25 15.99 5272 23.21 22237 24.83 23.21 -.98 +3.7 DiscCmC Q DISCK 11 29.18 14.99 7539 21.58 33178 23.00 21.48 -.91 +1.9tDishNetw h Q DISH 19 66.50 39.92 3181 40.76 11045 41.75 39.92 -14.6 Disney N DIS 1.68f 1.6 15 116.10 96.20 10464 102.87 37896 105.94 102.84 -1.86 -4.3 Diversicre Q DVCR .22 2.5 23 12.25 7.49 14 8.68 35 8.68 7.65 +.39 -13.3 DivrsRest Q SAUC 2 4.12 1.30 15 1.39 142 1.47 1.34 +.04 -13.1 Div&Inco N DNI 1.63 12.3 14.25 11.61 35 13.22 181 13.66 13.18 -.19 -1.6 Continued from 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DixieGrp Q DXYN 5.21 2.70 5 2.75 48 2.90 2.70 -.10 -28.6 DrReddy N RDY .29e .9 42.97 29.83 376 33.16 1413 34.27 33.02 -.46 -11.7 DocuSec rs A DSS 3.16 .56 36 1.15 251 1.36 1.06 -.06 -36.1 DgssInt A n Q DOGZ 6.40 3.70 5 4.33 20 4.55 4.02 -.10 -26.6 DolbyLab N DLB .64 .9 88 74.29 48.00 569 67.79 2244 68.26 66.38 +1.70 +9.3 DollarGen N DG 1.16f 1.2 21 105.82 65.97 5128 95.43 27892 96.50 87.05 +8.49 +2.6 DollarTree Q DLTR 13 116.65 65.63 4161 95.75 20843 96.24 92.17 +3.05 -10.8 DolphnEnt n Q DLPN 3.95 2.47 26 3.07 216 3.67 3.01 -.18 -14.7tDomMidst N DM 1.27f 5.9 16 34.85 22.70 1799 21.60 3162 26.40 21.25 -3.85 -29.1tDomEngy N D 3.34f 4.7 14 85.30 70.91 12427 70.61 34355 74.35 69.94 -2.26 -12.9tDomRes un N DCUD 53.58 48.01 8 47.69 234 49.16 47.50 -.89 -7.7 DomRs76 n N DRUA 25.94 23.04 81 24.41 463 24.49 24.20 +.11 -4.5 Dominos N DPZ 2.20f 1.0 39 236.00 166.74 904 229.79 3728 232.49 224.29 +.08 +21.6 Domtar g N UFS 1.74f 3.8 17 52.58 35.47 4043 45.40 7456 47.02 45.12 -1.15 -8.3 Donaldson N 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+110.4 Dycom N DY 23 123.99 73.95 579 112.81 1797 116.50 112.17 +.15 +1.2tDynagas N DLNG 1.69 16.7 17.93 10.00 334 10.15 791 10.66 10.00 -.10 -6.5 Dynags pfA N DLNGpA 2.25 8.6 26.98 25.30 2 26.20 22 26.59 26.05 +.25 +.7 Dynasil Q DYSL 8 2.06 1.09 13 1.32 163 1.38 1.29 +.02 +11.9 Dynatronic Q DYNT 3.75 2.10 1 3.00 17 3.20 2.85 +.04 +4.0 DynavaxT Q DVAX 24.45 5.00 2160 16.40 8488 17.60 16.05 -1.15 -12.3 Dynegy N DYN 8 13.58 5.84 5127 13.25 24248 13.48 13.08 -.13 +11.8 DynexCap N DX .72 10.9 15 7.41 6.02 995 6.58 2212 6.60 6.38 +.22 -6.1 Dynex pfA N DXpA 2.13 8.3 26.00 25.04 4 25.61 9 25.61 25.40 +.07 +.4 Dynex pfB N DXpB 1.91 7.8 25.16 23.25 3 24.34 32 24.40 24.22 +.03 -1.7E -:ETracBDC N BDCS 1.84e 9.4 23.96 18.72 12 19.52 71 19.88 19.40 -.22 -6.0 ETrMLPSht N MLPS 15.50 10.92 13.49 4 13.49 12.41 +.64 +9.1tETrAlerNG N MLPG 1.86e 8.4 27.42 21.14 1 22.15 8 23.46 19.96 -.84 -8.0tE-TrAlerInf N MLPI 1.88e 8.5 29.65 20.73 534 22.20 1748 23.49 20.73 -.78 -8.2 ETBbgCmd N DJCI 16.67 14.33 0 15.99 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81.23 79.09 +.88 -.9 EMX Roy g A EMX 1.05 .67 51 .85 197 .92 .85 -.04 +2.4 ENDRA n Q NDRA 5.88 2.15 9 2.88 29 3.27 2.84 -.18 -40.7 ENGlobal Q ENG 4 2.04 .73 65 .91 304 .99 .82 +.09 +4.6 ENI N E 1.32e 3.8 37.48 29.44 103 34.69 826 34.78 33.75 +1.14 +4.5 EOG Rescs N EOG .67 .7 119.00 81.99 4789 100.45 21949 102.82 98.18 -2.35 -6.9 EP Energy N EPE 5.27 1.50 975 1.76 3205 1.87 1.65 +.07 -25.4sEPAM Sys N EPAM 125.88 71.58 536 119.07 2091 125.88 118.90 -3.45 +10.8 EPR Prop N EPR 3.84 6.8 15 76.90 51.87 635 56.78 2684 57.18 55.74 +.62 -13.3 EPR pfC N EPRpC 1.44 5.8 29.95 23.38 6 24.85 86 24.85 24.50 +.26 -7.7 EPR pfE N EPRpE 2.25 6.4 37.59 34.11 35.10 13 35.59 34.44 +.29 -4.7 EPR Pr pfG N EPRpG 1.44 6.2 25.23 22.40 6 23.24 70 23.44 22.51 +.49 -7.2 EQT Corp N EQT .12 .2 67.84 43.70 3731 50.45 19260 52.99 48.60 -1.99 -11.4tEQT GP n N EQGP .81e 3.5 12 31.77 21.87 72 23.02 831 24.23 21.87 +.04 -14.4tEQT Mid N EQM 4.10f 6.6 12 79.93 59.03 567 61.66 3766 63.71 59.03 +.59 -15.6 ESSA Bcp Q ESSA .36 2.4 23 16.80 14.01 30 15.08 99 15.15 14.21 +.42 -3.8 ETF SITRis N RISE 24.70 22.59 2 24.53 73 24.62 24.50 -.07 +3.2 ETF JrSil N SILJ 14.02 9.79 19 10.65 163 11.01 10.51 -.18 -6.2sETF Cyber N HACK 36.39 28.38 442 35.70 1395 36.39 35.70 -.48 +12.8 ETF MobP N IPAY 38.58 27.33 18 37.91 233 38.22 37.66 -.02 +8.7 ETF M AlH N MJ 39.72 27.71 343 31.70 1079 33.40 31.60 -1.43 +8.4 ETF M Vid N GAMR 51.93 33.53 4 50.50 105 51.49 50.31 -.53 +5.4 ETF Drone N IFLY 38.00 34.33 8 36.01 27 37.00 36.01 -.66 -3.6 ETF AIPw n N AIEQ 28.00 24.03 35 27.21 263 27.75 27.06 -.36 +5.1 ETF MgT ef N WSKY 35.50 31.34 3 32.59 17 33.43 32.50 -.42 -4.7sBlStIsrTc n N ITEQ 33.90 30.11 7 33.37 47 33.90 33.27 -.20 +5.5 ETF Clim N ETHO 37.25 28.83 0 35.73 11 36.30 35.01 +.63 +5.1sETFAlpAlt N ALFA 47.05 36.95 1 46.21 8 47.05 46.05 -.37 +7.9 ETF spx H n N SPDV 28.19 25.00 1 26.80 10 27.13 26.50 +.04 +2.5 ETF AptF n N FTVA 30.36 24.74 2 27.75 37 28.47 27.69 -.22 +2.3 ETF GOP n N MAGA 29.82 24.92 7 27.80 15 28.19 27.54 -.35 -.4 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16 21.95 17.35 5 20.85 17 20.85 19.74 +.80 -.5 EagleBkS rs Q EGLE 5.92 4.18 589 5.48 3701 5.75 5.38 +.32 +22.3 EagleCGr A GRF .50e 2.3 8.59 7.11 1 7.81 13 8.05 7.76 -.15 -1.6 EaglFnB n Q EFBI .22p 19.57 14.50 2 16.33 4 16.33 15.82 +.03 +1.0 EagleGrInc N EGIF 1.31 8.4 17.58 15.03 12 15.55 72 15.79 15.55 -.07 -6.3 EagleMat N EXP .40 .4 24 122.49 86.51 631 99.19 2416 103.67 98.29 -3.60 -12.5 EaglePhm Q EGRX 17 97.15 45.05 297 53.90 1191 59.53 52.34 -3.76 +.9 EaglePtCr N ECC .80 4.5 22.11 17.28 53 17.90 301 18.19 17.84 -.16 -4.8 EagleP pfA N ECCA 1.94 7.6 26.44 25.30 25.55 5 25.61 25.48 -.45 -1.1 EaglePt 20 N ECCZ 1.75 6.9 26.27 24.70 6 25.45 26 25.78 25.30 -.15 +1.2 EaglPt pfB N ECCB 1.94 7.5 26.60 25.50 2 25.95 8 26.24 25.93 -.29 -1.3 EagleP27 n N ECCY 26.50 24.80 7 24.96 18 25.49 24.96 -.14 -1.7 Earthstone N ESTE 15.00 7.85 521 9.80 1065 9.91 9.02 +.50 -7.8 EstWstBcp Q EWBC .80 1.2 21 69.25 48.07 2276 65.66 8276 68.33 64.43 -2.47 +7.9 EastrAcq n Q EACQ 10.30 9.25 53 10.18 73 10.20 10.15 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-.6sEV EEq2 N EOS 1.05 6.4 16.85 13.29 142 16.46 632 16.85 16.45 -.10 +8.1 EV FltRt N EFT .91 6.1 15.33 14.03 72 14.88 412 14.93 14.79 +.04 +3.8 EVFltRtIP N EFF 1.13 6.9 17.55 15.93 11 16.40 75 16.51 16.36 -.05 +.6 EV LtdDur A EVV 1.22 9.3 14.29 12.96 160 13.06 1120 13.09 13.02 -4.3 EV MAMu A MAB .65 5.1 16.00 12.60 2 12.71 7 12.73 12.67 -.01 -3.8tEVMAMu A MMV .69 5.5 14.21 12.41 3 12.46 17 12.46 12.41 +.02 -5.0 EV MIMu A MIW .71 5.5 14.39 12.69 12.87 3 12.92 12.85 -.01 -4.4 EVMIMu A EMI .71 5.7 14.52 12.28 3 12.32 6 12.37 12.29 -.03 -4.0 EVMuniBd A EIM .77 6.5 12.99 11.70 144 11.82 635 11.86 11.75 -.01 -5.5tEVMuni2 A EIV .70 6.0 12.95 11.55 20 11.59 218 11.85 11.55 -.18 -5.8 EVMunTT N ETX .85 4.4 21.20 18.82 19 19.41 70 19.45 19.20 +.16 -6.3 EV MuIT N EVN .85 7.4 13.18 11.49 74 11.54 361 11.67 11.53 +.02 -6.9 EV NMuOp N EOT 1.03 4.8 23.54 20.84 38 21.26 137 21.26 20.92 +.22 -5.6 EV NJMu A EMJ .75 6.4 13.52 11.67 1 11.69 16 11.78 11.69 -.04 -6.0tEVNJMu A EVJ .73 6.5 12.95 11.09 15 11.14 54 11.29 11.09 -.05 -5.1tEVNYMu2 A NYH .69 6.4 13.64 10.80 8 10.81 37 10.93 10.75 -.10 -6.5tEV NYMu A ENX .72 6.4 13.34 11.27 81 11.22 296 11.38 11.21 -.09 -9.0tEVNYMu A EVY .74 6.1 13.56 12.12 9 12.10 58 12.24 12.08 -.06 -4.8tEV OHMu A EIO .70 6.0 14.70 11.75 21 11.79 28 11.84 11.69 -.00 -7.2 EVOHMu A EVO .73 5.9 14.11 12.10 4 12.48 22 12.56 12.36 +.08 -4.2 EV PAMu A EIP .77 6.5 13.51 11.87 1 11.96 12 12.00 11.88 +.03 -3.9tEVPAMu A EVP .73 6.2 12.66 11.73 1 11.79 9 11.97 11.73 -.12 -3.2 EVRiskMgd N ETJ 1.12 12.1 9.92 8.74 272 9.22 1119 9.33 9.14 -.08 -4.3 EV SrFlt N EFR .95 6.4 15.58 14.01 80 14.74 362 14.74 14.55 +.12 +2.1 EV SrInc N EVF .42 6.4 6.91 6.31 98 6.59 362 6.61 6.53 +.02 +1.1 EVShDur N EVG 1.08 7.9 14.64 13.32 13 13.67 86 13.71 13.55 -4.7 EVTxABdO N EXD 1.16 11.9 11.98 9.17 11 9.71 155 9.96 9.68 -.20 -5.3 EV TxAd N EVT 1.74 7.7 24.43 20.96 126 22.55 598 22.96 22.50 -.32 -3.1 EV TxAG N ETG 1.23 7.2 18.45 15.30 107 17.15 585 17.53 17.12 -.22 -1.0 EV TxAOp N ETO 2.16 8.4 26.83 22.34 74 25.71 338 25.98 25.19 -.28 +1.2 EV TxDiver N ETY 1.01 8.5 12.57 10.17 276 11.95 1413 12.22 11.91 -.14 -2.0 EVTxMGlo N EXG .98 10.7 9.84 8.02 843 9.16 3574 9.38 9.11 -.13 -2.3 EVTxBWIn N ETB 1.30 8.0 17.27 15.28 47 16.23 273 16.45 16.23 -.08 -3.0 EVTxGBW N ETW 1.17 9.8 12.74 10.71 184 11.91 1080 12.08 11.86 -.10 -.1 EVTxBWOp N ETV 1.33 8.6 15.69 14.19 172 15.53 950 15.60 15.46 +.07 +1.0 Ebix Inc s Q EBIX .30 .4 26 87.50 52.40 593 80.00 1321 84.50 78.80 -2.15 +.9 Echelon rs Q ELON 7.20 4.26 5 4.66 31 4.69 4.65 -.03 -15.9 EchoGLog Q ECHO 32.95 13.00 755 27.55 2369 27.80 26.50 +.65 -1.6 EchoStar Q SATS 14 62.50 52.11 253 57.68 1125 59.33 57.26 -.72 -3.7tEclipseRs N ECR 21 3.10 1.48 1433 1.49 4898 1.67 1.42 -.17 -37.9 Eco-StimE Q ESES 1.97 1.00 18 1.20 170 1.27 1.13 -.02 -4.8 Ecolab N ECL 1.64 1.2 29 140.50 122.58 1852 138.08 7620 138.44 134.73 +3.17 +2.9 EcologyEn Q EEI .40 3.6 13.06 9.75 4 11.15 77 11.30 11.00 -.25 +6.2 Ecopetrol N EC .16e .9 20.55 8.60 1584 18.11 5880 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29.41 21.22 313 28.34 1043 28.65 28.06 -.10 +5.3tEnLinkLP N ENLK 1.56 11.1 18.97 13.30 1724 14.10 5977 15.29 13.30 -.84 -8.3tEnableMid N ENBL 1.27 9.3 15 17.25 13.09 325 13.63 1685 14.37 13.09 -.51 -4.1 EnantaPh Q ENTA 97 95.91 28.11 324 85.01 944 88.00 83.74 -.24 +44.9tEnbrdgEM N EEQ 1.40t 19.00 10.02 2210 9.34 5153 12.40 9.30 -2.68 -30.2tEnbrdgEPt N EEP 1.40 14.0 11 19.64 10.33 10470 9.99 28387 13.25 9.78 -2.84 -27.7tEnbridge N ENB 2.68 42.92 30.63 10581 31.54 29785 33.62 30.63 -.47 -19.4 EnCana g N ECA .06 .5 19 14.31 8.01 7077 11.16 40475 11.32 10.77 +.22 -16.3 EncompHlth N EHC 1.00 1.7 21 59.29 40.86 1414 57.63 3657 58.85 57.40 -.74 +16.6 EncoreCap Q ECPG 13 52.00 28.95 301 44.65 1001 46.30 43.50 -1.05 +6.1sEncorW Q WIRE .08 .1 18 57.15 37.30 290 57.80 582 58.00 55.30 +1.65 +18.8 EndvSilv g N EXK 40 3.73 1.94 1066 2.39 4150 2.55 2.36 -.07 Endo Intl Q ENDP 14.15 5.77 4991 7.01 31105 7.23 6.81 +.03 -9.5sEndocyte Q ECYT 11.54 1.17 3219 9.83 32338 11.54 7.70 +1.63 +129.7 Endologix Q ELGX 7.66 3.75 1130 4.24 3648 4.53 4.00 -.01 -20.7 EndurIntl Q EIGI 9.50 6.20 1912 7.90 4555 8.65 7.80 -.15 -6.0sEnduroRT N NDRO 1.55e 45.6 9 3.65 2.18 31 3.40 216 3.65 3.35 -.05 +7.9 Energen N EGN .08 .1 20 60.07 46.16 1584 57.32 4826 58.73 56.71 -.49 -.4 Energizer n N ENR 1.16 2.2 18 62.86 40.64 764 52.54 3164 56.23 51.69 -1.95 +9.5 Energous Q WATT 33.50 6.91 807 20.06 4045 22.38 19.20 -1.89 +3.1 EngyFocus Q EFOI 3.76 1.51 9 2.64 50 2.83 2.54 -.15 +7.8 EnFuel grs A UUUU 2.29 1.30 59 1.55 354 1.63 1.51 -.03 -13.4 EnrgyRec Q ERII 11.30 6.13 1404 8.76 4239 9.09 8.39 +.29 +.1tEgyTrEq s N ETE 1.22f 8.2 18 19.82 12.80 9007 14.86 73207 15.60 12.80 -.68 -13.9tEngyTrfPt N ETP 2.26 13.3 16 24.71 15.06 19695 16.97 75933 18.11 15.06 -.82 -5.3tEnrgXXi hn Q EXXI 30.42 4.74 3001 4.08 4709 6.46 3.85 -1.94 -28.9 EnerJexR A ENRJ 1.15 .11 1001 .20 14498 .25 .19 +.01 -11.4 Enerpls g N ERF .12e 1.1 14 11.87 6.52 1152 10.99 3823 11.17 10.73 -.07 +12.3 EnersisAm N ENIA .21e 1.8 12.11 9.07 1152 11.41 3298 11.62 11.32 -.11 +2.1 EnerChile N ENIC .22e 3.5 6.53 5.03 503 6.36 1603 6.42 6.21 +.01 +12.0 EnerSys N ENS .70 1.0 25 84.74 61.33 492 72.29 1133 73.46 70.35 -1.16 +3.8 Engility N EGL 35.63 21.19 498 25.11 1213 25.99 24.68 -.38 -11.5tEnLinkLLC N ENLC 1.04f 6.8 13 20.00 14.25 405 15.35 1854 15.65 14.25 +.15 -12.8 Ennis Inc N EBF .80 3.9 15 21.50 15.20 123 20.30 311 20.69 19.90 -.20 -2.2sEnovaIntl N ENVA 18 23.30 11.15 566 22.80 1727 23.30 22.11 +50.0sEnphase Q ENPH 4.48 .65 3552 4.72 11335 4.74 3.77 +.85 +95.9 EnPro N NPO .88 1.1 44 94.79 62.37 258 78.05 1139 78.83 75.48 +1.21 -16.5 ENSCO N ESV .04 .8 9.50 4.10 13764 4.76 48007 4.97 4.53 -19.5 Enservco A ENSV 1.20 .21 157 1.04 960 1.04 .80 +.22 +61.5sEnsignGp s Q ENSG .18f .6 33 29.24 16.50 965 28.05 2128 29.24 27.31 -.33 +26.4 EnstarGp Q ESGR 13 237.30 180.50 76 216.05 273 219.65 212.60 -.05 +7.6 EnSync A ESNC .80 .31 412 .36 1172 .41 .35 -.02 -9.3 EntegraFn Q ENFC 33 30.70 22.00 57 29.45 93 29.50 28.45 +.70 +.7sEntegris Q ENTG .28 .8 36 36.88 21.30 1490 36.10 5135 36.88 35.81 -.45 +18.6 Entercom N ETM .36 3.6 13 14.53 9.40 1997 10.00 9855 10.15 9.75 +.09 -7.4 EntArk66 n N EAI 1.22 5.0 25.29 22.30 13 24.42 78 24.53 24.20 -2.8 EntArk 63 N EAE 1.19 4.9 25.60 22.51 2 24.42 27 24.55 24.03 +.34 -2.0 EntArk 52 N EAB 1.23 5.0 25.45 23.26 1 24.36 40 24.54 24.10 +.15 -3.4 Entergy N ETR 3.56f 4.5 35 87.85 71.95 3496 78.88 7729 79.01 76.59 +2.10 -3.1 EntLA 66 N ELC 1.22 5.0 25.17 22.22 24 24.50 183 24.60 24.35 -.02 -1.3 EntgyLA52 N ELJ 1.31 5.2 25.75 23.76 3 25.35 20 25.35 25.07 +.24 +1.0 EntLA 63 N ELU 1.18 4.9 25.72 22.50 3 24.15 33 24.46 23.84 +.20 -2.7 EntMS FtM N EMP 25.49 22.38 8 24.88 37 24.98 24.69 +.13 -1.1 EntgyNO n N ENO 26.99 24.25 8 25.59 42 26.05 25.42 -.11 -.1 EntgyNO 52 N ENJ 1.25 5.1 25.90 23.17 24.65 3 24.69 24.57 -.03 -1.3 EntgyTx64 N EZT 1.41 5.5 27.67 25.02 1 25.80 12 25.95 25.46 -.07 -2.7 EntBcpMA Q EBTC .58f 1.7 19 38.25 29.02 38 35.00 66 35.59 31.41 +.11 +2.8sEntFinSv Q EFSC .44 .9 20 49.97 36.65 258 49.30 665 49.97 46.70 -.19 +9.2tEntProdPt N EPD 1.70f 6.7 20 29.51 23.10 13052 25.40 65080 26.39 23.10 -.44 -4.2tEntravisn N EVC .20 3.9 52 7.90 5.00 1358 5.15 4439 6.50 4.95 -1.25 -28.0 EntrResc A EGI .69 .21 60 .38 317 .43 .38 -.04 -37.0sEnvestnet N ENV 47 59.70 30.80 242 57.50 1116 59.70 57.50 -2.00 +15.3 EnviroStr A EVI .20e 81 43.10 18.25 21 39.50 125 39.50 37.00 +.95 -1.3 EnvisnHl n N EVHC 66.39 23.79 2919 39.01 19403 43.60 38.67 -3.88 +12.9tEnviva n N EVA 2.46f 9.8 31.95 25.15 179 25.10 436 26.70 25.10 -1.35 -9.2 EnzoBio N ENZ 12.04 6.31 438 6.48 1315 7.36 6.35 -.73 -20.5sEpizyme Q EPZM 21.40 9.30 1204 18.75 3824 21.40 17.90 +.65 +49.4 ePlus s Q PLUS 20 97.75 63.76 226 77.45 419 81.95 77.20 -4.05 +3.0 Equifax N EFX 1.56 1.3 21 147.02 89.59 952 123.46 4478 125.48 122.31 -1.46 +4.7 Equinix Q EQIX 8.00 1.9 495.35 370.79 1073 419.89 4561 421.00 394.88 +24.73 -7.4 EquitFin n Q EQFN .20p 10.95 9.90 10 10.80 86 10.85 10.50 +.30 -.9sEqtyBcsh n Q EQBK 29 39.10 29.13 217 38.96 678 39.13 37.71 +.10 +10.0 EquityCmw N EQC 30 32.51 27.96 6203 29.96 9504 30.39 29.85 -.38 -1.8 EqCm pfD N EQCpD 1.63 6.3 27.24 25.23 21 25.93 53 26.10 25.55 -.09 -1.6 EqtyLfPrp N ELS 2.20f 2.6 27 91.94 75.91 662 85.95 2162 86.98 85.19 +.28 -3.4 EqtyRsd N EQR 2.16 3.6 19 70.46 54.97 2819 60.23 11595 60.47 58.85 +.72 -5.6 EquusTR N EQS 30 3.00 2.16 11 2.38 31 2.39 2.25 -.8 EraGroup N ERA 9 13.83 8.00 169 9.79 673 9.97 9.20 +.27 -8.9 Ericsson Q ERIC .13e 1.9 7.47 5.52 6585 6.73 34423 6.91 6.72 -.14 +.7 ErieInd Q ERIE 3.36 2.8 32 129.73 106.63 294 119.87 465 121.47 116.95 +1.09 -1.6 ErinEn rs A ERN 4.00 1.15 59 3.75 144 3.75 3.45 +36.4 Eros Intl N EROS 16.90 6.65 849 13.05 2106 13.55 12.80 -.15 +35.2 Escalade Q ESCA .50f 3.7 14 14.38 11.31 27 13.45 61 13.50 13.10 +.25 +9.3 EscoTech N ESE .32 .5 20 66.80 50.30 220 61.60 549 63.05 60.80 +.05 +2.2 Esperion Q ESPR 82.68 20.39 628 76.53 4014 81.29 70.50 +1.27 +16.2 Espey A ESP 1.00 3.8 54 27.10 21.07 2 26.50 5 26.50 25.05 +.75 +10.6 EsqFnHld n Q ESQ 25.92 14.51 31 23.93 207 24.37 21.85 +1.60 +21.2 EssaPhm g Q EPIX 3.59 .15 100 .21 1007 .25 .19 +.01 -3.2 Essendant Q ESND .56 6.8 16 18.30 7.25 1339 8.20 3414 8.22 7.32 +.75 -11.5 Essent N ESNT 11 50.08 33.45 2163 40.06 10895 47.66 39.62 -7.60 -7.7 EssexPT N ESS 7.00 2.9 29 270.04 214.03 473 243.67 2732 243.91 236.42 +6.15 +1.0sEsteeLdr N EL 1.52f 1.0 49 146.33 83.34 1618 146.27 7978 146.57 143.59 +1.22 +15.0 Esterline N ESL 17 102.70 67.15 451 75.00 1036 76.95 73.75 -.65 +.4 EstreAm n Q ESTR 11.01 8.39 1 10.00 15 10.35 9.60 -.31 +15.7 EtfSilver N SIVR 18.15 14.92 132 15.92 318 16.20 15.81 -.25 -3.6 EthanAl N ETH .76 3.1 17 33.13 23.35 515 24.65 1344 24.80 23.85 +.50 -13.8 Etrac2xMtg N MORL 3.31e 22.1 19.50 12.50 141 15.01 949 15.08 14.50 +.51 -15.0 Et2xDJDiv N DVYL 3.55e 5.1 77.86 60.01 4 69.58 19 70.79 67.69 -.38 -5.0 EtHiDLwV N HDLV 2.57e 9.5 34.02 25.36 3 27.04 16 27.68 26.81 +.14 -16.0 Etr2xSPX N SPLX 73.35 35.85 0 57.34 4 58.60 56.64 +1.47 +5.7 Etr2xCEFd N CEFL 2.88 17.6 18.98 15.40 159 16.35 815 16.58 16.27 -.13 -9.8 EtrcDvsHi N DVHL 2.85e 15.6 23.59 17.65 3 18.25 33 18.83 17.83 -.29 -9.7 EtrWFxEn N LMLP 1.90e 11.8 19.00 12.86 14 16.15 73 17.13 15.87 -.66 +2.6 EtracReit N LRET 2.00e 9.5 27.84 19.32 21.07 2 21.11 21.03 +.45 -19.8 UBS VlHdg N XIVH 82.84 11.86 2 12.14 47 12.58 12.09 +.17 -84.3 VelShSP46 N BSWN 24.95 9.02 5 10.00 11 10.81 9.84 +.25 -44.0 UBS VlVIX N LSVX 33.40 12.32 2 12.83 8 13.80 12.78 -.18 -58.1 Etr EnhGl N FIHD 191.45 136.61 46 168.10 104 172.10 166.70 -2.49 -2.3 FI EnhEu n N FIEE 202.02 157.30 1 168.99 5 172.00 167.26 -2.32 -4.7tEtr SP MLP N MLPZ .06p 60.47 32.56 1 35.81 5 37.35 32.56 -1.88 -16.5tEtr MLP In N MLPQ .08p 58.10 26.63 146 31.12 603 34.65 26.63 -1.88 -17.4 Etr2xLevLg N LBDC 2.89e 19.9 28.41 13.65 2 14.55 8 18.82 14.39 +.04 -10.7 EtrMtgReit N MRRL 1.70e 19.50 11.51 2 14.90 20 14.97 14.33 +.72 -15.9 EtrSCHiDv N SMHD 3.06e 18.8 24.18 14.27 17 16.30 173 16.85 16.00 -.21 -17.0sEtsy n Q ETSY 42 28.54 9.60 3343 28.30 13934 28.54 27.17 +.37 +38.4 EuroTech Q CLWT 5.65 2.55 16 2.70 191 3.35 2.70 -.15 -18.4 Euronav n N EURN 2.41e 9.65 6.90 141 8.55 1253 8.80 8.30 +.05 -7.6 Euronet Q EEFT 20 101.07 76.26 335 87.24 1800 88.72 86.33 -1.05 +3.5 EuroEqFd N EEA .17e 1.7 10.88 8.16 5 9.83 31 9.89 9.75 +.02 -.4 Euroseas rs Q ESEA 2.73 1.13 63 2.15 182 2.17 1.95 +.22 +26.2 EvansBc A EVBN .92f 2.0 22 47.08 35.10 23 46.25 60 46.25 41.50 +1.46 +10.4 Ever-Glory Q EVK 7 3.24 1.96 2 3.10 15 3.15 2.95 +31.9sEverbrdg n Q EVBG 38.78 16.63 403 36.89 2106 38.78 36.01 -1.62 +24.1 Evercore N EVR 1.60f 1.7 22 103.05 66.80 1214 94.25 3491 99.70 93.45 -4.00 +4.7 EverestRe N RE 5.00 1.9 28 277.17 208.81 548 261.40 1592 263.63 258.66 -1.22 +18.1 EveriHldgs N EVRI 8.99 4.19 1170 7.10 5239 7.95 7.02 -.60 -5.8 EversrceE N ES 2.02f 3.5 19 66.15 55.93 3854 58.26 13917 58.48 56.34 +1.02 -7.8 EvrspnTc n Q MRAM 25.39 6.40 476 7.92 906 9.57 7.52 -1.38 +5.6 Evertec N EVTC .40 2.4 14 19.53 12.60 1498 16.95 5859 17.50 16.83 -.30 +24.2 EvineLive Q EVLV 1.62 .89 151 1.03 2723 1.27 1.02 -.22 -26.4 EvofemBio Q EVFM 12.56 .30 14 6.93 59 7.60 6.78 +.04 +255.4 Evogene Q EVGN 5.75 2.66 2 3.84 95 4.11 3.41 -.06 +25.1 EvokePhm Q EVOK 4.09 1.85 32 2.06 354 2.12 1.95 +.08 -8.8 EvolentH n N EVH 27.50 10.30 776 14.60 3910 16.15 14.35 -1.00 +18.7 Evolus n Q EOLS 12.97 9.60 626 12.50 1389 12.82 11.80 +.43 +8.7 EvolPetrol A EPM .40f 5.0 17 8.70 6.35 123 8.00 379 8.30 7.91 -.05 +16.8 EvolvgSys Q EVOL .44 8.3 14 5.85 4.00 2 5.30 52 5.50 5.20 -.10 +12.8sEvoquaWt n N AQUA 25.36 20.40 2028 22.00 16366 25.36 21.50 -2.45 -7.2 ExOne Q XONE 14.43 6.72 433 8.36 842 9.40 8.10 -.91 -.5 ExactSci h Q EXAS 63.60 19.91 2028 52.57 9005 53.65 51.11 +.42 +.1 ETYldShHi N YYY 1.92 10.3 20.00 18.35 39 18.69 218 18.81 18.67 -.09 -4.1 ExTrRobo Q ROBO .07e .2 46.20 31.22 294 43.40 2294 44.32 43.34 -.26 +5.0 RxVlmxWk A VMAX 31.03 2.69 2 21.36 20 22.29 20.64 +.91 +74.5 ExTTactUS N HTUS 29.30 24.04 4 26.60 67 26.77 26.53 -.19 -2.0 Continued on next page Continued from previous page 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sETF IndExp N TETF 21.64 15.10 5 21.13 63 21.64 20.93 -.40 +10.9 RxVlmxInF A VMIN 46.55 2.37 195 3.01 2672 3.20 2.85 -.16 -91.3 ExTGldSP N GHS 36.05 28.75 34.08 2 34.60 34.08 +.48 +4.3 ETEMeCmc N EMQQ .02p 43.50 27.39 351 42.58 1000 43.10 42.04 -.06 +11.9 ExelaTch n Q XELA 10.03 4.37 488 5.41 673 5.51 5.15 +.11 +5.0 Exelixis Q EXEL 50 32.50 18.03 2923 24.64 12290 25.30 24.15 +.11 -18.9 Exelon N EXC 1.38f 3.6 11 42.67 33.30 10372 38.38 40531 38.54 37.21 +.88 -2.6 ExlSvcHld Q EXLS 43 64.34 44.81 376 59.14 1071 60.33 58.00 +.18 -2.0 Expedia Q EXPE 1.20 1.1 45 161.00 98.52 2794 113.20 17387 114.99 106.41 +.98 -5.5 ExpdIntl Q EXPD .84 1.3 24 67.63 51.96 1590 64.08 6165 65.45 63.36 -.66 -.9sExponent s Q EXPO 1.04f 1.3 39 80.95 56.95 251 80.65 551 81.15 78.28 +.40 +13.4 Express N EXPR 23 11.34 5.28 3467 7.20 21408 7.91 7.06 -.14 -29.1 ExpScripts Q ESRX 10 85.07 55.80 5554 76.02 33387 80.67 75.89 -4.73 +1.8 ExtendStay N STAY .84f 4.2 49 21.28 15.63 1863 19.96 7992 20.30 19.66 +.29 +5.1 Exterran n N EXTN 33.69 23.29 377 28.98 1005 29.19 28.01 +.95 -7.8 ExtraSpce N EXR 3.12 3.6 21 88.56 71.34 1650 85.98 6691 88.48 85.64 -1.43 -1.7 ExtrOilGs n Q XOG 19.03 11.31 1136 12.80 4880 13.36 12.41 -.35 -10.6 ExtrmNet Q EXTR 15.55 6.29 2894 12.68 9472 12.99 12.36 +.08 +1.3tExxonMbl N XOM 3.08 4.1 16 89.30 73.53 31325 75.12 93595 75.82 73.53 +.56 -10.2 EyegatePh Q EYEG 2.85 .50 95 .61 1800 .73 .57 +.04 -43.0 Eyenovia n Q EYEN 10.74 7.32 40 8.51 83 9.50 8.51 -.73 -14.2sEzcorp Q EZPW 19 14.30 7.55 791 13.25 4027 14.30 13.05 -.30 +8.6F -:F5 Netwks Q FFIV 20 153.91 114.63 778 148.18 3600 150.21 146.28 +.70 +12.9tFAT Br n Q FAT .12p 13.99 6.70 12 6.90 47 6.99 6.70 -.02 -22.6 FB Finl n N FBK 18 45.43 30.40 334 40.96 789 42.59 40.81 -1.08 -2.5 FBL Fn N FFG 1.84f 2.6 16 79.70 59.75 65 70.00 201 74.60 69.30 -.84 +.5 FC GlbRlty Q FCRE 1.55 .70 13 .74 30 .95 .74 -.14 -18.5 FCB Fin N FCB 21 57.90 39.90 529 56.10 1226 57.55 55.85 -1.10 +10.4 FFBW n Q FFBW 12.50 10.30 13 11.34 42 11.35 10.45 +.88 +2.9 FGL Hldg n N FG 12.25 8.65 9901 10.24 25133 10.74 9.98 -.23 +1.7 FLIR Sys Q FLIR .64f 1.3 29 52.88 33.95 1579 49.93 6154 51.70 49.92 -1.61 +7.1 FMC Corp N FMC .66 .8 16 98.70 59.26 1465 82.29 5705 84.73 80.57 -1.26 -13.1 FNB Bnc s Q FNBG .52 1.4 38.94 25.52 61 38.29 192 38.46 37.32 +.60 +4.9 FNBCp PA N FNB .48 3.3 18 15.26 12.02 12619 14.41 24603 14.92 14.25 -.35 +4.3 FNB FL pfE N FNBpE 31.65 27.64 3 28.65 19 28.67 28.26 +.22 -2.0sFNCB Bc n Q FNCB 9.95 8.89 19 9.01 54 9.95 9.01 -.09 -2.6 FTFQAntiB N BTAL 20.77 18.31 18.79 6 18.79 18.57 +.24 -2.6 FTFQMom N MOM 26.00 21.20 0 25.65 3 25.65 25.45 -.00 +6.7tFTFQHgDiv N DIVA 1.08e 2.8 25.86 24.07 24.08 4 24.12 24.07 -.52 -3.1 FqfOAsiaDv N OASI .43e 32.18 27.00 0 28.99 8 31.00 28.99 -.53 -3.4 FqfOEurDiv N OEUR .15e 26.90 22.84 8 24.75 44 25.09 24.37 -.08 -2.8 FQFO USDv N OUSA .20e 33.39 28.52 45 31.25 190 31.68 31.05 -.27 -2.1 FRP Hldgs Q FRPH 19 58.50 36.83 103 56.70 191 57.38 50.56 -.60 +28.1 FS Bncp Q FSBW .44 .8 13 59.81 35.80 8 55.24 56 55.72 53.01 -.26 +1.2 FS Invest N FSIC .89 12.3 7 9.95 7.05 1433 7.25 6326 7.45 7.20 -.15 -1.4 FSB Bcp n Q FSBC 18.23 14.21 4 18.00 7 18.00 16.70 +.54 +5.9 FTD Cos Q FTD 23.59 4.05 526 4.37 2318 4.74 4.13 -.28 -39.2 FTE Net n A FTNW 26.25 15.02 5 23.95 138 25.91 22.50 -.25 +45.2 FTI Cnslt N FCN 21 50.81 31.65 400 48.25 2444 49.74 47.98 -1.21 +12.3 Fabrinet N FN 11 47.02 24.02 980 33.40 3897 33.69 31.41 -.44 +16.4 Facebook Q FB 35 195.32 137.60 23699 185.09 92412 186.10 181.11 -.14 +4.9sFactsetR N FDS 2.24 1.0 28 214.88 155.09 396 214.58 1123 215.61 209.44 +.97 +11.3 FairIsaac N FICO .08 46 179.58 124.59 337 170.65 1188 179.21 169.28 -7.44 +11.4 FairmSant N FMSA 7.71 2.47 2995 4.27 14095 4.42 4.06 -.06 -18.4 FDaves Q DAVE 9.65 3.38 38 7.15 219 7.70 6.95 -.20 +9.2 FangHldg N SFUN .20e 4.0 5.58 2.46 3052 4.95 9522 4.97 4.46 +.31 -11.3sFanhua Q FANH .14e .5 45 33.81 7.31 370 26.50 4052 33.81 25.18 -7.05 +22.6 FarmerBrs Q FARM 37.35 28.75 131 33.30 543 33.80 32.05 +1.20 +3.6 FarmMer s Q FMAO .52 1.3 17 44.00 24.00 58 40.97 91 40.98 36.67 +2.41 +.4 FarmCB Q FFKT .50 1.2 17 44.30 32.60 51 40.75 142 41.75 38.80 +.55 +5.8 FarmersNB Q FMNB .28f 1.9 17 15.95 12.65 82 14.40 185 14.75 14.05 -.20 -2.4 Farmland N FPI .51 6.0 77 11.17 7.15 560 8.44 1469 8.62 8.21 -.17 -2.8 Farmln pfB N FPIpB 1.50 6.0 27.96 25.00 11 25.09 84 25.80 25.04 -.06 -2.6sFaroTech Q FARO 63.90 31.90 289 58.95 686 63.90 58.60 -1.90 +25.4sFastenal Q FAST 1.48f 2.5 30 58.46 39.79 3778 58.36 12326 58.74 57.30 +.39 +6.7 FateThera Q FATE 14.45 2.52 1622 11.83 4748 13.32 11.46 -1.34 +93.6 Fauquier Q FBSS .48 2.2 43 22.25 17.24 3 21.75 12 21.75 21.05 +.60 -.7 FedExCp N FDX 2.00 .8 21 274.66 182.89 2123 252.03 8657 254.12 245.65 +4.91 +1.0 FedAgric N AGM 2.32f 2.6 92.57 53.78 52 88.14 242 89.80 83.52 +3.36 +12.7 FdAgricA N AGM/A 2.32f 2.8 25 85.56 50.60 1 81.90 4 82.00 79.86 +1.59 +12.6 FAgMt pfA N AGMpA 1.47 5.8 28.06 24.75 0 25.15 2 25.56 25.06 -.05 +.1 FAgMt pfB N AGMpB 1.72 6.5 28.80 26.00 1 26.41 3 26.46 26.19 -.01 +.2 FedRlty N FRT 4.00 3.4 20 138.12 106.41 816 117.89 2737 118.59 116.00 +2.57 -11.2 FedRlt pfC N FRTpC 1.25 5.4 25.48 22.22 15 22.96 86 22.96 22.64 +.06 -8.8 FedSignl N FSS .28 1.2 27 23.64 13.07 509 22.78 1472 23.17 22.08 -.05 +13.4 FedlStAc n Q FSAC 9.80 9.65 0 9.72 3 9.72 9.67 +.02 +.1 FedlStA un Q FSACU 10.50 9.53 1 10.25 11 10.28 10.21 FedInvst N FII 1.00 3.0 12 36.76 24.93 2885 33.67 9205 35.06 32.59 -1.44 -6.7 FedNatHld Q FNHC .32 2.0 21 19.05 9.78 111 16.25 320 17.50 15.76 -.34 -1.9 FedPMu N FMN .88 6.6 15.07 13.31 11 13.40 63 13.44 13.33 -4.6 FenncPhr n Q FENC 13.95 7.55 11 9.57 264 9.84 9.02 +.17 -4.5 Ferrari n N RACE 131.20 67.07 373 121.94 2150 125.28 121.92 -2.77 +16.3tFerrellgs N FGP .40 12.5 6.36 3.30 1122 3.21 3588 3.77 3.21 -.55 -25.0 Ferro N FOE 19 25.50 14.15 675 23.70 2377 24.79 23.27 -.96 +.5 Ferrogl n Q GSM .16 1.0 17.61 8.54 792 16.10 2533 16.59 15.58 -.19 -.6 FiatChrys N FCAU 24.95 9.60 3177 21.08 13592 21.40 20.89 -.07 +18.2sFibriaCelu N FBR .09e .5 22.05 8.57 4582 19.47 14338 22.05 19.28 -1.16 +32.4 Fibrocll rs Q FCSC 4.64 .51 1271 .68 2962 .68 .56 +.10 +6.3 FibroGen Q FGEN 63.00 22.75 932 51.15 3685 56.10 50.67 -4.30 +7.9 FidCorpBd N FCOR 1.58 3.2 51.30 49.02 17 49.20 54 49.30 49.08 +.09 -3.4tFidLtdTm N FLTB .98 2.0 50.75 49.45 11 49.56 60 49.61 49.45 +.01 -1.1 FidTotBd N FBND 1.20e 2.4 51.74 48.88 14 49.10 184 49.19 49.01 +.13 -2.3 FidD&D n Q FDBC .96 1.9 52.00 33.09 0 49.25 15 49.30 45.51 +19.2 FidCnsDis N FDIS .40e 1.0 42.99 33.70 75 41.25 337 42.12 41.23 -.43 +5.4 FidCnsStpl N FSTA .87e 2.7 35.47 31.58 23 32.06 272 33.15 32.06 -.85 -6.6 FidEnergy N FENY .53e 2.8 21.69 17.01 97 18.66 555 19.10 18.46 -.28 -6.9 FidFinan N FNCL .60e 1.4 43.90 33.88 156 42.23 1172 43.45 42.16 -1.06 +3.6 FidHlthCre N FHLC .70e 1.7 44.44 35.15 91 41.75 499 42.48 41.75 -.52 +4.4 FidIndls N FIDU .56e 1.4 41.28 32.66 54 38.93 310 39.92 38.76 -.91 +.6 Fid Val n N FVAL 35.18 27.91 18 33.32 81 33.94 33.13 -.34 +1.4 Fid Qual n N FQAL 34.02 27.50 3 32.68 55 33.30 32.68 -.52 +2.8sFidInfoTch N FTEC .42e .8 56.55 40.26 174 55.29 1820 56.55 55.15 -.62 +10.6 Fid Moment N FDMO 33.84 26.59 13 33.01 132 33.49 32.88 -.27 +5.6 Fid LowVol N FDLO 32.45 26.66 11 31.02 55 31.59 30.99 -.39 +1.4 Fid RisR n N FDRR 32.71 27.35 39 31.02 277 31.76 30.97 -.48 +1.2 Fid CoreD n N FDVV 30.41 26.10 20 29.20 178 29.80 29.12 -.27 +1.8 FidMsciRE N FREL .86e 3.7 25.36 21.73 50 22.98 408 23.35 22.82 -.01 -7.0 FidUtils N FUTY 1.21e 3.7 37.01 30.99 29 32.84 286 33.05 32.25 +.63 -4.8 FidTelecm N FCOM .76e 2.5 33.72 28.30 19 29.95 110 30.62 29.17 -.57 -3.1 FidelMatls N FMAT .53e 1.5 37.11 29.61 26 34.34 205 35.72 34.18 -1.13 -2.0sFidNasdIdx Q ONEQ 2.29e .8 299.75 227.00 20 293.27 181 299.75 292.81 -3.23 +8.2 FidlNatFn N FNF 1.20f 3.1 15 41.99 27.52 2026 39.22 8192 39.44 37.96 +.90 -.1 FidNatInfo N FIS 1.28f 1.3 19 103.65 78.89 1482 100.64 8297 101.69 99.85 +.19 +7.0 FidelSo Q LION .48 2.0 18 24.96 20.08 220 24.14 711 24.18 23.60 +.22 +10.7 FidClayOp N FMO 1.72f 15.0 15.87 10.49 221 11.50 1522 12.87 11.02 -.67 -12.5 FidusInvst Q FDUS 1.56a 12.0 8 18.21 12.63 121 12.98 747 13.26 12.77 +.12 -14.5 FidsInv23 n Q FDUSL 1.47 5.7 28.00 24.85 2 25.62 22 25.79 25.26 -.07 +2.5 FiestaRst Q FRGI 25.35 15.50 492 18.65 1396 19.40 17.95 -.40 -1.8sFifthThird Q FITB .64 1.9 13 34.57 23.20 9073 33.72 28313 34.57 33.36 -.49 +11.1 FifthT pf Q FITBI 1.66 5.7 30.90 27.00 47 29.14 151 29.41 28.54 +.52 +2.2s51job Q JOBS 100 84.48 34.88 364 83.72 1838 84.48 81.00 +.01 +37.6 58.com N WUBA 87.65 34.55 2674 83.93 7509 84.52 77.65 +1.12 +17.3 FinTcII n Q FNTE 11.76 9.70 9.94 153 9.95 9.93 -.01 +.2 FinTcII un Q FNTEU 12.10 10.10 75 10.80 75 10.80 10.67 +.18 +2.9 FinclEngin Q FNGN .32f .9 44 45.00 24.45 719 35.15 1845 35.40 34.20 +.45 +16.0 FnclInst Q FISI .96f 3.0 16 35.35 25.65 103 31.65 280 32.70 30.01 -.66 +1.8 Finisar Q FNSR 15 29.07 16.64 7028 18.07 33478 20.56 17.98 -1.24 -11.2 FinLine Q FINL .46f 4.4 23 17.24 6.90 1801 10.53 6620 10.81 9.74 +.07 -27.5 FinjanH Q FNJN 5 4.06 1.42 387 3.02 3867 3.30 2.91 -.09 +39.8sFireEye Q FEYE 18.72 10.38 9912 17.76 28087 18.84 17.25 -.22 +25.1 FstAccept N FAC 1.51 .80 15 1.12 45 1.17 1.05 +.07 -5.9 FstAFin n N FAF 1.52 2.6 24 62.71 37.80 837 59.46 3232 59.94 58.40 +.40 +6.1sFstBcpPR N FBP 22 6.49 4.48 3258 6.46 7857 6.49 6.25 +.04 +26.7 FstBcpME Q FNLC .96 3.3 17 32.33 25.00 35 28.87 73 29.13 28.03 +.18 +6.0 FtBcpNC Q FBNC .40f 1.1 22 41.76 27.50 179 37.23 539 37.85 36.30 +.04 +5.4 FstBcMiss Q FBMS .20f .6 21 35.10 26.05 68 33.35 125 33.55 32.30 +.25 -2.5 FstBkNJ Q FRBA .12f .8 32 14.95 10.60 29 14.25 99 14.35 13.75 -.10 +2.9 FstBusey rs Q BUSE .80f 2.5 21 32.88 27.33 201 31.49 447 31.86 30.88 -.10 +5.2 FBusnFn s Q FBIZ .56f 2.2 19 28.43 20.57 37 25.74 85 25.93 24.55 +.90 +16.4sFrstCap Q FCAP .92f 2.1 21 42.00 29.81 6 43.02 21 43.02 37.25 +5.70 +17.1sFstCash N FCFS .80f 1.0 34 81.25 44.35 540 81.95 1607 82.10 78.35 +3.15 +21.5sFCtzBA Q FCNCA 1.40 .3 22 463.44 319.40 79 451.55 217 463.44 444.50 -4.15 +12.0 FstCwlth N FCF .32 2.2 23 15.67 12.05 1331 14.81 3405 15.11 14.54 -.08 +3.4 FCmtyBsh Q FCBC .72a 2.4 19 32.24 23.23 90 30.34 220 30.43 28.90 +1.07 +5.6 FCmtyCp Q FCCO .40f 1.9 21 24.87 18.50 33 21.30 111 22.85 20.95 -1.25 -5.8 FtConnBcp Q FBNK .64f 2.4 20 28.50 23.15 56 27.15 146 27.56 26.50 +.10 +3.8s1stCnstBn Q FCCY .24 1.2 17 20.38 16.15 7 20.05 44 20.38 19.50 +.45 +9.6 FstData n N FDC 8 19.23 14.67 9488 16.65 55309 16.70 15.49 +1.03 -.4sFstDefiFn Q FDEF 1.20f 2.0 19 59.14 46.71 55 58.67 169 59.55 57.44 +1.02 +12.9sFFnclOH Q FFBC .76f 2.6 19 29.65 22.80 819 29.05 1897 29.65 28.50 -.15 +10.2sFstFnBksh Q FFIN .76 1.5 29 49.60 36.85 944 49.10 1735 49.60 48.00 +.29 +9.0 FstFnIN Q THFF 1.02f 2.3 19 52.35 39.55 44 45.05 109 45.80 44.20 -.40 -.7 FstFnNwst Q FFNW .28 1.6 19 20.17 13.13 41 17.13 119 17.24 16.28 +.39 +10.4 FstFound s Q FFWM 25 19.84 14.67 273 19.46 1006 19.53 18.31 +.44 +5.0 FstGtyBc n Q FGBI .64b 2.3 29.50 20.11 36 28.39 80 28.49 24.76 +3.20 +13.6 FsHawaii n Q FHB .96f 3.3 32.36 26.30 1168 29.21 3148 29.71 28.44 +.14 +.1 FstHorizon N FHN .48f 2.4 18 20.86 15.84 5738 19.94 16864 20.53 19.62 -.43 -.3 FstHrz pfA N FHNpA 1.55 6.1 26.06 24.77 5 25.49 15 25.54 25.38 +.12 +1.2 FstInRT N FR .87f 2.9 32.91 25.81 2798 29.95 6266 29.95 29.17 +.36 -4.8 FIntntBcp Q INBK .24 .6 16 42.40 25.48 45 38.70 151 39.70 37.90 +.20 +1.4 FIntBc26 n Q INBKL 1.50 5.8 27.86 24.75 25.76 3 25.79 25.75 -.24 -2.9 FstIntBc A Q FIBK 1.12f 2.7 20 42.90 33.33 246 41.60 950 41.90 40.65 +.05 +3.9 FMajSilv g N AG 9.59 4.93 3481 5.94 12055 6.12 5.77 +.11 -11.9 FstMerch Q FRME .72 1.6 21 45.42 36.73 315 44.02 869 44.50 43.18 -.18 +4.7 FstMidIll Q FMBH .68f 1.8 18 42.03 31.05 67 37.71 193 37.88 36.17 +.88 -2.2sFMidBc Q FMBI .44f 1.7 22 26.55 20.50 1418 26.36 3021 26.55 25.81 -.05 +9.8 FstNwBc n Q FNWB 59 18.35 15.00 47 17.24 154 17.25 16.79 +.09 +5.8 FstRepBk N FRC .68 .7 105.52 84.56 1429 96.64 4693 99.17 95.19 -2.14 +11.5 FstRep pfD N FRCpD 1.38 5.5 26.36 24.16 3 25.15 60 25.47 25.11 +.13 -1.4 FstRep pfE N FRCpE 1.75 6.7 27.45 25.92 6 25.98 41 26.41 25.94 +.08 -.6 FstRep pfF N FRCpF 1.43 5.6 27.00 24.65 1 25.54 17 25.97 25.42 +.10 -.9 FtRepB pfH N FRCpH 1.28 5.2 25.97 23.30 23 24.76 381 25.17 24.72 +.03 -2.5 FtRpBk pfG N FRCpG 27.50 24.09 11 25.20 46 25.75 25.15 -.08 -2.5 FstSavFin Q FSFG .60f .8 19 80.01 47.50 3 74.50 24 74.50 65.67 +8.00 +30.7 FstSolar Q FSLR 74 76.61 25.56 2859 69.87 7537 72.37 68.01 +1.97 +3.5s1stSource Q SRCE .88f 1.7 21 54.65 43.58 127 53.13 355 54.65 51.99 -.02 +7.4sFTNDXTc Q QTEC .61e .7 83.42 58.67 91 81.63 874 83.42 81.02 -.33 +13.5 FtTr AbsRet Q FAAR 34.79 27.00 1 29.01 12 29.01 28.69 +.11 -1.1 FtTr 22 n N FIV 10.10 9.02 95 9.39 598 9.41 9.28 +.07 +2.8 FtTrGlob N FAM .90 7.9 12.15 10.98 18 11.43 66 11.55 11.42 -.02 -1.3sFT MCGr N FNY .15e .4 42.85 32.47 30 42.33 91 42.85 42.17 -.26 +8.0 FT AsiaPc Q FPA .99e 2.7 38.10 30.05 0 36.99 35 37.41 36.79 -.30 +3.6 FT Europe Q FEP .79e 2.0 42.49 30.91 199 39.94 808 40.41 39.84 -.10 +2.3 FT LatAm Q FLN .43e 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483 45.92 45.13 +.19 +5.0 FTDvMkSC Q FDTS .76e 1.7 48.51 35.12 8 44.65 18 44.86 44.08 +.25 +.6 FT SCVal N FYT .26e .7 38.64 32.07 2 36.54 34 37.07 36.07 -.17 -.9 FT EurzAlp Q FEUZ .35e .8 48.43 34.68 11 45.23 137 45.65 45.00 -.06 +3.0 FT MegaCp N FMK .44e 1.3 36.82 28.60 1 34.83 8 35.14 34.60 -.01 +4.0 FstT BICK Q BICK .35e 1.1 33.60 24.01 5 31.70 27 32.24 31.34 -.07 +5.0 FTEurSelDv N FDD 1.09e 7.8 14.79 12.14 61 13.89 519 14.03 13.82 -.09 +1.1 FTDJMic N FDM .49e 1.0 49.19 40.65 2 48.68 38 49.00 48.20 +.12 +2.6 FT DynEq N FDEU 1.45 7.9 20.20 16.46 47 18.29 190 18.75 18.21 -.16 -2.2 FtTrInOp n Q FCEF .36 1.7 23.93 20.04 5 21.68 16 21.96 21.67 -.21 -1.6tFtTrMun n Q MCEF 19.39 17.73 17.73 17 17.88 17.73 -.15 -5.4 FtTEqCom N ERM 23.64 19.74 1 22.25 5 22.65 22.19 -.36 -.5 FtT EqTact N TERM 23.62 19.67 5 22.38 47 22.65 22.26 -.22 +.1 FtTrOpp n Q FIXD 52.92 49.24 17 49.46 147 49.63 49.31 +.15 -2.5 FTNsdGrid Q GRID .41e .8 53.73 40.14 2 52.05 5 52.84 51.89 -.30 +2.1 FTMltAInc Q MDIV 1.37e 7.5 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Q FRTA 51 20.47 3.02 1477 8.74 3655 8.92 7.71 -.01 -21.3sFortinet Q FTNT 54.97 35.44 2275 54.00 6595 54.97 53.90 -.44 +23.6 Fortis n N FTS 1.70 5.2 38.24 31.41 530 32.85 1570 33.82 32.81 -.46 -10.4 Fortive n N FTV .28 .4 80.31 58.15 2018 78.23 6859 80.21 77.22 -2.04 +8.1sFortressBio Q FBIO 5.54 3.13 304 5.16 1607 5.54 4.81 +.21 +29.3 FortB pfA Q FBIOP 2.34 10.2 24.80 20.01 23.00 11 23.96 22.23 +1.64 +1.1 FortTrInf n N FTAI 1.32 8.4 20.13 14.25 227 15.77 1024 16.75 15.62 +.04 -20.9 FortunaSlv N FSM 20 5.58 4.03 1640 4.72 3770 4.84 4.60 +.01 -9.6 FBHmSec N FBHS .80f 1.3 21 73.62 59.11 1609 62.08 7226 63.69 61.29 -1.44 -9.3 ForumEn N FET 21.68 10.05 1742 12.40 6440 12.60 11.75 +.40 -20.3 ForwrdA Q FWRD .60 1.1 26 64.80 45.86 374 55.78 1362 56.82 54.75 -.11 -2.9 Forward h Q FORD 26 4.45 1.02 335 1.55 1453 1.65 1.48 -.07 +26.0 ForwdPh Q FWP 23.12e 9.70 2.70 21 2.88 144 3.15 2.86 -.25 -21.7 Fossil Grp Q FOSL 18.44 5.50 2962 11.92 12165 12.93 11.40 -.65 +53.4 Foster Q FSTR .16 .6 30.30 11.80 111 25.25 339 26.00 24.55 -.25 -7.0 FoundBld n N FBM 17.91 11.03 177 15.54 982 16.00 15.19 -.40 +5.1 FndtnMed Q FMI 87.10 29.90 909 79.85 2236 85.55 77.38 -6.30 +17.1 FourCorP s N FCPT 1.10 4.9 17 26.96 21.28 679 22.63 1565 22.79 22.13 +.20 -11.9tFourSeEd n N FEDU 3.32 46.0 17 10.45 7.20 12 7.21 124 7.55 7.20 -.26 -19.9 FoxFactory Q FOXF 35 46.80 25.74 956 38.00 2033 38.10 36.60 +1.20 -2.2 Francesca Q FRAN 5 17.35 4.84 1300 5.00 3241 5.28 4.96 -.21 -31.6 FrancoN g N FNV .92 1.3 66 86.06 63.57 1871 68.72 4031 69.75 67.59 +.78 -14.0 FrankCov N FC 31.20 15.20 66 26.90 203 28.15 26.20 -.80 +29.6 FrankElec Q FELE .43 1.0 26 47.20 36.00 517 42.80 1004 43.50 41.37 -.10 -6.8 FrankFn n N FSB .40p 16 44.30 30.30 154 33.15 363 33.95 32.20 -.20 -2.8 FrankLibInt N FLQH 28.16 23.61 5 24.49 8 24.55 24.19 +.06 -3.4 FrankLibEm N FLQE 35.59 28.92 3 33.92 30 34.42 33.86 -.34 +2.6 FrankLibGl N FLQD 30.47 27.20 1 28.85 8 29.20 28.76 -.33 -.8tFrnkLInvGr N FLCO 24.89 23.87 34 23.93 37 23.95 23.87 -.01 -3.4 FrkL US Eq N FLQL 30.33 25.55 0 29.40 5 29.65 29.30 +1.7 FrankRes N BEN .92f 2.4 13 47.65 37.01 3801 38.99 18642 40.54 38.40 -1.47 -10.0 FrkStPrp A FSP .76 8.9 11 12.71 7.94 1586 8.57 3339 8.59 8.15 +.29 -20.2 FrkLtdDur A FTF .74 6.6 12.13 11.11 50 11.26 327 11.33 11.20 +.03 -4.8 FrkUnv N FT .47 6.9 7.39 6.76 38 6.85 198 6.91 6.77 +.07 -4.4 FranksIntl N FI .30 5.0 10.66 4.93 1515 6.01 5872 6.13 5.72 -.07 -9.6tFredsInc Q FRED .24 8.5 16.27 2.64 2612 2.81 7051 3.39 2.64 -.39 -30.6 FrptMcM N FCX 15 20.25 11.05 14588 18.36 61484 18.95 18.19 -.07 -3.2 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 17, 2018

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FrghtCar lf Q RAIL .36 2.5 20.46 12.07 168 14.22 468 14.98 14.13 -.27 -16.7 FreqElec Q FEIM 11.50 7.53 12 9.80 27 10.00 8.72 +.67 +4.7 FresenMd N FMS .51e 1.0 57.94 41.18 144 50.49 759 52.57 50.37 -2.15 -3.9 FDelMnt N FDP .60 1.3 20 61.98 43.02 415 47.42 1324 48.21 46.69 -.37 -.5 Freshpet Q FRPT 20.85 10.45 231 17.90 1258 18.80 17.55 -.20 -5.5 FriedmInd A FRD .04 .6 6.80 5.05 50 6.54 156 6.65 5.92 +.31 +15.1 FrontC pf Q FTRPR 11.13 97.8 33.46 7.68 129 11.38 2776 12.12 10.95 -.44 +30.7 Frontr rs Q FTR 2.40 31.4 38.85 6.08 6558 7.65 20416 8.23 7.36 -.57 +13.2 Frontlne rs N FRO .60e 34 7.15 3.79 860 4.44 2487 4.61 4.30 +.08 -3.3sFuelTech Q FTEK 1.83 .71 140 1.29 2475 1.83 1.10 +.16 +15.2 FuelCell rs Q FCEL 2.49 .80 1109 1.80 5591 1.88 1.69 -.02 +5.9 FulgentG n Q FLGT 11.80 2.73 14 3.99 31 3.99 3.67 +.14 -8.9 FulingGbl n Q FORK 6.00 2.65 52 4.40 202 4.45 4.10 +.20 +11.4 FullHseR Q FLL 4.10 2.10 82 3.30 255 3.34 3.11 +.12 -15.2 FullerHB N FUL .60 1.2 32 58.74 47.36 627 51.67 2583 55.25 50.94 -2.98 -4.1 FultonFncl Q FULT .44a 2.3 19 19.90 16.45 3228 19.25 6766 19.55 18.93 -.20 +7.5 Funko n Q FNKO 45 9.90 5.81 253 8.48 1764 9.14 8.35 +.05 +27.5 FusionTel Q FSNN 4.42 1.11 603 2.70 1011 3.07 2.60 -.30 -28.0 FutFintch lf Q FTFT 8.00 1.30 61 2.64 1141 3.60 2.53 -.06 -36.7 FutureFuel N FF .24a 1.8 17 16.39 11.82 238 13.55 439 13.69 13.19 +.20 -3.8 FuweiF rs Q FFHL 4.93 2.35 6 3.39 28 3.76 2.95 +.13 +15.3G -:GWilliFood Q WILC 22 7.66 5.11 4 7.11 10 7.23 7.11 -.09 -1.1sG1Thera n Q GTHX 39.48 12.04 1059 36.05 2635 39.48 33.84 +1.82 +81.7 GAMCO s N GBL .08 .3 8 32.60 25.33 181 26.31 290 27.40 26.31 -.73 -11.3 GATX N GATX 1.76f 2.5 15 73.25 55.82 507 70.11 1426 71.49 68.49 -1.22 +12.8 GATX 66 N GMTA 27.00 22.81 3 25.17 27 25.23 25.10 +.08 -4.2stGCI Lb A n Q GLIBA 55.47 52.10 1302 53.05 6525 55.47 52.10 -3.1stGCI Lb pfA Q GLIBP 23.60 18.40 127 22.75 1378 23.60 18.40 GCP ApT n N GCP 28 34.79 27.25 791 30.40 3207 32.10 29.70 -.80 -4.7 GDL Fund N GDL .64 6.8 10.38 9.32 13 9.46 94 9.62 9.41 -.01 -2.8tGDLFd pfB N GDLpB 1.50 3.0 51.40 50.15 10 50.01 13 50.66 50.01 +.07 -.6sGDS Hld n Q GDS .46p 31.77 6.90 350 27.30 6598 31.77 25.88 -2.18 +21.2 GGP Inc N GGP .88 4.1 32 24.37 18.83 9547 21.72 28190 21.79 21.07 +.59 -7.1 GGP Inc pfA N GGPpA 1.59 6.4 25.99 24.31 20 24.88 133 25.09 24.44 +.40 -1.4 GMAC CpT N ALLYpA 2.03 7.8 26.90 25.26 143 25.94 1108 26.08 25.84 -.07 GMS Inc n N GMS 17 39.98 27.21 919 33.73 2311 34.25 33.06 +.05 -10.4 GNC N GNC .80 18.5 4 10.95 3.13 5614 4.32 15138 4.40 4.11 +.17 +17.1 GP Strat N GPX 29 31.25 20.30 55 22.10 208 23.25 21.60 -.90 -4.7 GSE Sy A GVP 15 3.85 2.35 81 3.40 117 3.50 3.15 +4.6 GSI Tech Q GSIT 9.68 6.05 55 8.64 225 8.94 8.22 -.24 +8.5 GSV Cap Q GSVC 7 9.39 3.83 393 8.43 2503 9.38 8.39 -.36 +54.7sGTT Comm N GTT 62.00 22.95 509 60.25 3516 62.00 56.35 +1.30 +28.3 GTY Tch n Q GTYH 11.50 9.75 9.97 210 9.97 9.85 +.05 +.4 G-III s Q GIII 34 40.96 18.00 727 37.12 2408 37.65 35.30 +1.32 +.6 GTx Inc rs Q GTXI 23.40 2.73 92 20.35 354 22.50 20.00 -1.15 +60.1 GW Pharm Q GWPH 143.37 92.65 240 118.82 1289 123.99 116.19 +1.78 -10.0 GWG Hldgs Q GWGH 11.25 7.60 7 8.49 13 8.50 7.87 +.29 +2.0 GabCvInc N GCV .48 8.4 6.47 4.80 20 5.71 124 6.00 5.69 -.07 -3.2 GabCv pfB N GCVpB 1.50 5.8 27.16 25.53 1 25.96 9 26.47 25.83 -.05 -2.0 GabDvInc N GDV 1.32 5.8 24.97 20.50 102 22.82 622 23.59 22.75 -.40 -2.5 GabDiv pfA N GDVpA 1.47 5.7 27.49 25.26 0 25.64 7 25.94 25.64 +.16 -1.9 GabDiv pfD N GDVpD 1.50 5.7 27.40 25.75 1 26.13 5 26.57 26.13 +.22 -.8 GabDiv pfG N GDVpG 1.31 5.2 26.17 24.10 18 25.00 57 25.18 24.90 +.35 -1.4 GabelliET N GAB .60 9.6 6.65 5.81 162 6.25 2812 6.53 6.21 -.09 +1.0 GabllE pfD N GABpD 1.47 5.7 26.78 25.27 1 25.63 5 26.05 25.54 +.29 -1.8 GabllE pfG N GABpG 1.25 5.2 25.25 23.45 2 23.96 11 24.42 23.96 +.08 -3.0 Gabeli pfJ N GABpJ 26.72 24.42 1 25.24 21 25.55 25.05 +.12 -1.2 GabEq pfH N GABpH 1.25 5.1 25.34 23.71 10 24.61 25 24.77 24.27 +.51 -2.1 GabGSmM N GGZ 13.61 11.22 7 12.31 75 12.52 12.28 -.21 -3.4 GabGSm pfA N GGZpA 1.36 5.4 26.21 24.16 25.15 8 25.49 25.10 -.16 -1.3 GabGUtil A GLU 1.20 6.4 21.96 17.86 20 18.77 67 19.24 18.63 -.13 -11.9 GabHlthW N GRX .52 5.3 10.97 9.42 14 9.87 118 10.21 9.86 -.17 -4.4 GabHlt pfA N GRXpA 1.44 5.7 26.91 25.02 3 25.25 9 25.56 25.25 +.22 -2.2 GabHlt pfB N GRXpB 1.47 5.7 27.57 25.55 0 25.66 12 26.12 25.66 -.31 -2.5 GabMultT N GGT .94e 9.6 10.09 7.83 69 9.75 531 10.03 9.45 +.09 +6.0 GabMT pfB N GGTpB 1.50 5.7 27.18 25.26 26.29 2 26.55 26.25 +.04 +.1 GabMul pfE N GGTpE 25.30 22.97 2 24.25 25 24.35 23.71 +.44 -3.4 GabUtil N GUT .60 8.7 7.20 6.58 60 6.92 333 6.93 6.78 +.22 -2.5 GabUt pfA N GUTpA 1.41 5.6 26.50 24.89 2 25.05 4 25.44 25.00 +.09 -2.1 GabUtil pfC N GUTpC 26.19 24.54 0 25.06 9 26.03 25.06 +.15 -1.5 Gafisa rs N GFA 20.71 5.92 29 6.65 443 7.35 6.56 -.66 -47.3sGaiam A Q GAIA 17.15 8.50 159 17.05 866 17.55 13.95 +3.05 +37.5 Gain Cap N GCAP .24 3.3 13.26 5.56 721 7.18 4353 7.39 6.98 +.14 -28.2 Galapag n Q GLPG 121.09 72.90 96 103.38 480 106.51 103.12 +.20 +10.3 GalectinTh Q GALT 6.74 1.28 274 4.75 1795 5.26 4.47 -.39 +42.2 Gallaghr N AJG 1.64f 2.3 27 72.77 54.50 2564 71.01 6774 72.52 70.47 -1.62 +12.2 GalmedPh Q GLMD 7 12.22 3.61 62 6.63 273 7.06 6.00 +.25 -27.5tGamGldNR A GGN .84 17.3 5.84 4.80 478 4.84 3186 5.04 4.80 -.09 -7.0 GamGld pfB A GGNpB 1.25 5.3 25.30 22.78 0 23.57 43 24.24 23.51 +.14 -5.0 GamNRG&I N GNT .84 13.5 7.29 6.00 39 6.22 307 6.41 6.20 -.07 -7.3 GamNR pfA N GNTpA 1.30 5.4 26.27 22.77 3 24.05 18 24.43 23.92 -.31 -3.8 GameStop N GME 1.52 9.9 4 25.31 15.10 5083 15.42 16479 16.01 15.26 -.43 -14.1 Gam&Lsr n Q GLPI 2.52f 7.4 19 39.32 30.25 1792 34.06 8271 34.17 32.95 +1.04 -7.9 GamngPtrs Q GPIC .12e 12.50 9.13 7 9.53 30 10.00 9.48 -.47 -15.2 Gannett n N GCI .64 6.5 12.38 7.36 1747 9.79 6513 10.27 9.51 -.16 -15.5 Gap N GPS .97f 3.1 16 35.68 21.02 5233 31.74 22677 33.12 31.36 -1.33 -6.2 GardDnv n N GDI 38.00 19.91 997 32.96 2874 33.35 32.40 -.04 -2.9 Garmin Q GRMN 2.04 3.4 16 65.96 48.50 2889 60.11 6388 61.78 59.51 -.37 +.9 GarrisnCap Q GARS 1.12 13.5 8 10.05 7.77 40 8.32 180 8.48 8.26 +.08 +2.6 Gartner N IT 38 142.16 107.00 701 124.02 3248 124.71 122.00 +1.21 +.7 GasLogPt N GLOP 2.09f 8.7 11 25.55 21.80 675 24.10 1268 24.35 23.15 +.80 -2.6 GasLPt pfA N GLOPpA 27.24 25.06 5 26.37 41 26.49 26.15 +.37 +1.0 GasLog N GLOG .56 3.1 48 22.55 12.75 434 17.90 1907 18.64 16.95 -.20 -19.6 GasLog pfA N GLOGpA 2.19 8.2 27.63 25.06 3 26.75 26 27.00 26.28 -.05 +.6 GastarExp A GST 1.66 .38 1799 .81 4069 .81 .66 +.09 -22.9 Gastar pfA A GSTpA 2.16 12.9 21.59 6.40 28 16.80 72 16.85 15.15 +.30 -6.3 Gastar pfB A GSTpB 2.69 14.3 24.00 8.46 20 18.75 39 18.79 16.42 +1.44 -.7sGatesInd n N GTES 40 18.72 16.60 3766 18.22 8625 18.72 17.06 +.50 +.8 GazitGlobe N GZT .37e 3.9 11.00 9.01 2 9.48 43 9.89 9.22 -.48 -10.0 GeeGroup A JOB 7.00 2.45 9 2.75 37 2.77 2.59 +.15 -1.1 Gemphire n Q GEMP 21.59 6.07 261 7.27 659 7.78 6.55 -.44 -8.5sGencoSh rs N GNK 16.29 8.47 183 15.35 1342 16.29 15.01 +.56 +15.2 Gencor s Q GENC 42 18.45 13.62 77 16.20 140 17.30 15.90 -1.00 -2.1 Generac N GNRC 19 53.78 33.77 1172 47.39 3316 48.44 46.00 -.22 -4.3 GAInv N GAM 1.15e 1.0 36.59 32.20 80 34.84 196 35.64 34.73 -.60 +1.3 GAInv pfB N GAMpB 1.49 5.8 27.11 25.65 3 25.85 16 26.01 25.69 +.10 -2.8 GnCable N BGC .72 2.4 37 30.18 14.95 899 29.70 6604 29.90 29.65 +.05 +.3 GenDynam N GD 3.36 1.5 23 230.00 183.72 1976 222.74 7100 229.95 220.59 -7.21 +9.5 GenElec N GE .48 3.4 30.54 13.95 114093 14.31 416638 15.33 14.18 -.63 -18.1 GECap5-53 N GEK 1.18 4.7 25.97 22.61 27 24.83 226 24.94 24.80 -.08 -.5 GenFin Q GFN 7.50 4.50 37 7.30 111 7.30 7.05 +.20 +7.4sGenFin pfC Q GFNCP 9.20 9.0 104.67 90.31 101.81 4 104.67 100.43 +1.76 +1.4 GenFin 21 Q GFNSL 2.03 7.9 26.50 24.08 2 25.74 13 25.74 25.29 +.29 +1.9 GenMills N GIS 1.96 3.9 17 60.95 49.65 8453 50.49 26511 52.87 50.41 -.96 -14.8 GenMoly A GMO .53 .28 127 .42 851 .45 .41 -.02 +26.7 GenMotors N GM 1.52 4.0 46.76 31.92 10303 37.94 62512 38.61 37.58 +.10 -7.4 Gener8M n N GNRT 6.94 4.17 441 5.91 1303 6.17 5.80 +.02 -10.7 Gensco N GCO 11 59.45 20.90 799 39.85 2828 41.30 36.61 -.25 +22.6 GenesWyo N GWR 25 84.40 61.44 600 73.65 2539 75.58 72.48 +.35 -6.5tGenesisEn N GEL 2.88f 14.0 29 33.52 18.84 1409 20.62 4404 21.47 18.84 -.04 -7.7 GenesisHlt N GEN .24 16.1 1 2.73 .60 676 1.49 2901 1.67 1.35 -.13 +95.3 GeneticT rs Q GENE 2.05 .70 123 1.25 410 1.39 1.19 -.10 +7.8 GenieEn n N GNE .30 6.1 8.31 4.09 60 4.91 232 5.29 4.72 -.01 +12.6tGenieE pfA N GNEpA .64 8.7 7.94 7.02 2 7.36 32 7.41 7.02 -.14 +.2 GeniusBr n Q GNUS 5.01 2.01 10 2.85 217 3.10 2.42 +.42 +4.8 GenMark Q GNMK 13.67 3.63 529 5.78 1609 5.92 4.76 +.83 +38.6 GenoceaB Q GNCA 7.29 .79 4803 1.16 9058 1.24 1.13 -.08 Genomic Q GHDX 37.50 26.54 434 33.07 1269 33.77 31.51 -.04 -3.3 Genpact N G .30f 21 34.79 23.34 911 32.60 4665 32.83 31.85 +.32 +2.7 Gentex Q GNTX .44f 1.9 19 24.07 16.59 3466 23.50 12646 23.65 23.16 +.25 +12.2 Gentherm Q THRM 28 40.80 29.50 389 33.85 1094 34.30 32.80 +.40 +6.6 GenuPrt N GPC 2.88f 3.2 21 107.75 79.86 3776 90.78 6998 93.14 89.92 -1.84 -4.5 Genworth N GNW 2 4.23 2.67 6329 2.96 21111 3.21 2.87 -.17 -4.8 GeoGrp s N GEO 1.88 8.6 13 34.32 19.05 1459 21.85 4060 22.73 21.58 -.24 -7.4 GeoPark N GPRK 11.14 6.42 918 10.21 1203 10.55 9.80 +.18 +3.0 GaPw 77 n N GPJA 26.14 23.01 28 24.06 236 24.95 24.03 -.58 -6.1tGeospcT hs Q GEOS 18.71 9.61 245 9.51 527 10.99 9.18 -1.31 -26.7 Gerdau N GGB .02e .4 5.32 2.60 11304 4.69 44450 5.11 4.61 -.23 +26.1 GerABcp s Q GABC .60f 1.7 21 39.02 28.71 79 35.15 351 35.56 34.28 -.10 -.5 GerNew N GF 1.23e .4 21.49 14.18 18 19.93 126 20.23 19.78 -.12 +2.5sGeronCp Q GERN 3.69 1.74 10844 3.37 33364 3.69 2.78 +.57 +87.2 GettyRlty N GTY 1.28 5.1 14 29.89 22.68 331 25.01 823 25.80 24.48 +.12 -7.9 Gevo rs Q GEVO 1.36 .42 4469 .53 4935 .56 .46 +.06 -10.2 Gibraltar Q ROCK 18 42.50 25.61 370 35.45 1021 35.80 34.25 +.45 +7.4tGigCapit n N GIG 10.22 9.60 2 9.70 115 9.76 9.60 -.07 +.6tGigaMda rs Q GIGM 4.37 2.72 56 2.72 179 3.00 2.65 -.13 -10.5 GilatSatell Q GILT 9.22 4.12 12 9.04 101 9.18 8.87 +.19 +16.9 Gildan s N GIL .45f 1.5 17 34.19 25.38 646 29.53 1641 29.66 28.76 +.16 -8.6 GileadSci Q GILD 2.28f 2.9 9 89.54 63.76 8834 79.74 42214 82.72 79.27 -.41 +11.3sGlacierBc Q GBCI .84a 2.1 23 41.24 31.38 1081 40.54 2520 41.24 40.01 -.12 +2.9 GladstnCap Q GLAD .84 9.5 11 10.12 7.80 117 8.87 426 8.99 8.80 -.02 -3.7 Gladst24 pf Q GLADN 1.50 6.0 26.14 24.70 9 25.09 33 25.11 24.90 +.04 -3.0 GladstnCm Q GOOD 1.50 8.2 23.35 16.78 434 18.30 964 18.38 17.61 +.63 -13.1 GladCm pfA Q GOODP 1.94 7.4 27.25 25.25 6 26.15 12 26.55 26.10 +.28 -1.0 Gladstn pfB Q GOODO 1.88 7.2 27.80 25.22 1 26.17 20 26.63 25.60 +.47 +.4 GladCm pfD Q GOODM 1.75 7.0 26.27 24.56 11 24.98 64 25.12 24.92 +.01 -3.6 GladstInv Q GAIN .78f 7.5 15 11.50 8.63 179 10.41 783 10.50 10.30 +.01 -6.7 GladInv pfB Q GAINO 1.69 6.7 26.15 25.12 4 25.30 9 25.33 25.21 +.10 -.1 GladInv pfC Q GAINN 1.63 6.4 26.98 25.24 25.39 4 25.45 25.31 +.00 -.2 GldsInv pf D Q GAINM 1.56 6.2 26.35 25.12 1 25.35 4 25.44 25.30 +.10 -1.0 GladstLnd Q LAND .53f 4.1 96 14.29 10.77 38 12.96 223 13.25 12.83 -.06 -3.5 GladLnd pfA Q LANDP 1.59 6.2 26.94 25.50 5 25.74 13 25.96 25.67 -.16 -.5 Glatfelter N GLT .52 2.4 17 23.85 16.53 403 21.89 1044 22.78 21.33 -.29 +2.7 Glaukos n N GKOS 52.48 23.08 605 33.76 2159 33.91 30.24 +2.40 +31.6 GlaxoSKln N GSK 2.89e 7.8 44.54 34.52 1669 37.28 9520 37.73 36.84 -.08 +5.1 GlenBurnie Q GLBZ .40 3.3 23 13.42 10.34 0 12.25 18 12.73 11.97 +.34 +10.8 GblBldT n Q GBT 68.05 24.03 1566 52.55 6681 57.30 52.20 -4.60 +33.5 GblBrCopp N BRSS .24 .7 13 37.05 27.50 169 33.95 1175 34.70 32.55 +1.25 +2.6 GblEagEnt Q ENT 4.55 1.21 1159 1.62 3137 1.65 1.53 +.03 -29.3 GlbIndem Q GBLI 20 49.91 34.00 31 36.40 87 39.59 35.88 -1.53 -13.4 GlbIndm 45 Q GBLIZ 1.94 7.5 26.24 24.73 3 25.71 18 25.75 25.50 +.21 -.6 GlbIndem 47 Q GBLIL 1.97 7.6 26.24 24.65 5 25.97 31 25.98 25.67 +.24 +.4 GlbMed n N GMRE .20p 10.25 6.45 211 7.32 1170 7.66 6.99 +.24 -10.7 GlMed pfA N GMREpA 1.88 7.7 25.82 23.50 4 24.32 25 24.77 24.25 -.01 -4.0 GlobNetL n N 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54.84 33.56 142 53.29 621 54.72 52.08 -.75 +14.7 GlobusM rs Q GLBS 7.94 .86 369 1.00 1659 1.07 .97 -.06 -12.7sGlobusMed N GMED 46 52.18 27.79 742 51.73 2264 52.18 50.90 +.45 +25.9 Glowpoint A GLOW .65 .19 407 .24 1974 .26 .22 -.01 -33.3 GluMobile Q GLUU 4.95 2.00 1264 3.80 6001 4.07 3.74 -.22 +4.4 GlycoMim Q GLYC 26.05 3.82 2996 17.79 6659 19.80 17.39 -.04 +6.0sGoDaddy n N GDDY 89 64.49 35.74 1717 62.42 5812 64.49 62.22 -1.56 +24.1 Gogo Q GOGO 14.76 8.52 1215 9.36 5066 9.88 9.05 +.11 -17.0sGolLinhs s N GOL 13.60 4.13 281 13.02 1803 13.60 12.43 +.47 +48.6 GolLNGLtd Q GLNG .20 .7 31.64 19.32 1197 28.57 4803 30.22 27.98 -.48 -4.2tGolLNGPt Q GMLP 2.31 12.6 23.49 17.31 2856 18.40 5730 19.17 17.31 -.67 -19.3 GolrLNG pf Q GMLPP 2.19 8.6 26.70 24.92 15 25.36 42 25.45 25.22 +.14 -2.5 GoldFLtd N GFI .02e .5 4.70 3.06 9377 3.73 23021 3.94 3.68 -.16 -13.3 GoldResrc A GORO .02 .4 58 5.05 3.08 394 4.60 1457 4.68 4.27 +.24 +4.5 GoldStdV g A GSV 2.76 1.25 275 1.65 1408 1.70 1.60 -5.7 Goldcrp g N GG 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55.60 1999 56.40 55.37 -.50 +4.2 GS 0-1Yr n N GBIL 100.15 99.93 39 100.00 762 100.03 99.96 +.02 sGS Indus n N GVIP 57.97 44.92 6 56.45 32 57.97 56.29 -.70 +6.6 GS SCap n N GSSC 45.33 39.39 3 44.73 11 45.09 44.22 +.03 +3.3sGoldmanS N GS 2.60 1.0 31 275.31 209.62 4097 267.60 14315 275.31 263.91 -3.17 +5.0 GoldS pfK N GSpK 1.59 5.6 30.09 26.86 26 28.45 230 28.48 28.25 +.17 -.4 GoldS pfN N GSpN 28.34 25.95 30 26.94 235 26.99 26.63 +.27 -3.2 GoldS pfB N GSpB 1.55 5.9 27.27 25.20 9 26.12 58 26.20 25.83 +.9 GoldS pfC N GSpC 1.02 4.3 24.21 21.52 49 23.80 87 23.99 23.22 +.67 +4.6 GoldS pfA N GSpA .96 4.2 24.46 21.25 74 22.85 214 23.25 22.72 +.03 +1.3 GoldS pfD N GSpD 1.02 4.4 24.16 21.46 78 23.20 341 23.47 22.88 +.24 +2.7 GS MLPEn N GER .64 10.6 8.29 5.25 483 6.02 2430 6.46 5.61 -.32 -2.1tGS MLPInc N GMZ 1.38 16.6 10.93 7.62 280 8.30 1416 8.73 7.62 -.29 -7.2 GolubCap Q GBDC 1.28a 7.1 12 20.50 17.35 283 17.92 1882 18.22 17.77 -.16 -1.5 GoodTimes Q GTIM 3.78 2.25 115 3.20 297 3.30 2.65 +.50 +20.8 GoodrPet n A GDP 15.50 8.20 54 10.83 241 11.37 10.20 +.34 -.7tGoodyear Q GT .56 2.0 9 37.20 27.82 4116 28.51 13621 29.19 27.82 -.24 -11.8 GoPro Q GPRO 11.89 5.04 2189 5.54 9062 5.72 5.51 +.03 -26.8stGordPoin n Q GRAQ 9.71 9.70 9.71 1555 9.71 9.70 +.1sGordPoi un Q GPAQU 10.35 9.97 10.27 935 10.35 10.02 +.27 +2.7 GorsHl A n Q GSHT 11.24 9.30 0 9.96 310 10.05 9.94 -.02 +.2sGoresHl un Q GSHTU 10.70 10.10 10.70 11 10.70 10.60 +.10 +3.3 GormanR N GRC .50 1.7 26 33.50 23.55 232 29.78 541 30.39 28.14 -.52 -4.6 GovPrpIT Q GOV 1.72 12.3 23 22.99 13.36 1852 13.93 6070 14.13 13.54 +.25 -24.9 GovPrpIT46 Q GOVNI 1.47 5.8 26.37 24.28 7 25.28 75 25.49 24.78 +.25 -2.2 vjGrace N GRA .96f 1.5 19 77.37 62.59 528 65.33 3142 67.90 65.17 -2.01 -6.8 Graco s N GGG .53 1.1 15 49.69 30.59 1450 46.59 3414 47.07 46.06 -.22 +3.0 GrahamCp N GHM .36 1.7 15 24.03 17.97 34 21.77 138 22.11 21.16 +.12 +4.0 GrahamH s N GHC 5.32f .9 22 615.85 536.90 37 597.35 126 606.00 586.90 -2.45 +7.0 Graingr N GWW 5.12 1.8 29 298.15 155.00 1293 288.75 4387 289.42 275.01 +8.32 +22.2 Grmrcy pfA N GPTpA 1.78 6.9 27.77 24.41 2 25.69 12 26.04 25.63 +.44 -4.6 GrmPrTr rs N GPT 1.50 6.6 31.26 21.12 1291 22.75 6290 22.90 21.21 +.33 -14.7 GranTrra g A GTE 3.00 1.93 1146 2.64 6802 2.68 2.51 +.14 -2.2 GranaMon N GRAM .25e 10.1 5.15 2.16 42 2.48 470 2.62 2.41 +.04 -13.0sGrCanyEd Q LOPE 25 109.82 66.26 336 105.33 1849 109.82 104.95 -2.12 +17.6 GraniteC N GVA .52 .9 36 68.58 45.14 517 60.50 1770 63.39 60.42 -1.45 -4.6 GranitPnt n N GPMT 1.52f 8.9 19.30 16.15 236 17.09 1281 17.50 17.00 -.21 -3.7 GraniteRE N GRP/U 2.30 42.10 33.78 3 37.55 14 39.81 37.55 -1.81 -3.9 Gran Gld n N BAR 142.87 123.68 2 131.03 5 132.43 131.03 -.90 +.6 GranCom n N COMB 27.07 24.80 2 25.99 49 26.24 25.89 -.18 -.7 GranSP n N COMG 32.29 24.96 27.50 2 27.54 27.43 -.16 -.7 GraphPkg N GPK .30 2.0 16 16.74 12.54 2081 15.37 9858 15.92 15.15 -.18 -.5 Gravity rs Q GRVY 46 108.97 13.18 35 87.85 214 102.00 80.81 -9.11 -7.0 GrayTelev N GTN 7 17.80 11.70 2839 13.40 6123 13.85 13.20 -.25 -20.0 GrayTvA N GTN/A 18 15.30 10.55 2 11.95 16 12.20 11.60 +.25 -16.7 GrtAjax n N AJX 1.20 9.0 9 15.40 12.27 85 13.30 274 13.67 13.20 +.23 -3.8 GrtAjx24 n N AJXA 26.80 24.54 2 25.59 7 25.74 25.17 +.16 +.8 GrElCp hn Q GECC 1.00 10.2 11.67 8.76 2 9.79 38 10.00 9.26 +.65 -.5 GrElm22 n Q GECCL 1.63 6.5 25.90 24.75 5 25.20 29 25.30 25.00 +.13 -1.0 GrElm25 n Q GECCM 1.69 6.9 24.80 24.24 6 24.47 17 24.70 24.46 +.09 GrElm hn Q GEC 4.40 2.95 37 3.85 69 3.90 3.75 -4.9 GrLkDrge Q GLDD 5.70 3.60 372 5.05 1005 5.15 4.85 +.10 -6.5 GtPanSilv g A GPL 1.81 1.06 480 1.14 1648 1.23 1.14 -.04 -11.6 GtPlainEn N GXP 1.10 3.6 15 34.72 27.60 4691 30.73 9638 30.81 29.98 +.60 -4.7 GrtSoBc Q GSBC .96 1.9 14 58.45 47.25 46 51.70 146 52.45 50.65 -.05 +.1 GrtWstBcp N GWB .80 1.8 17 45.62 33.27 656 44.09 1512 44.29 42.77 +.59 +10.8 GreenBncp Q GNBC 19 24.40 15.18 657 22.85 1407 23.70 21.56 -.75 +12.6 GreenBrick Q GRBK 16 12.20 8.00 153 10.20 298 10.80 9.80 -.40 -9.7 GreenDot N GDOT 48 69.37 32.04 582 67.59 2515 68.65 66.38 -.28 +12.2 GreenPlns Q GPRE .48 2.6 26 26.05 15.60 1758 18.50 3508 19.50 18.35 -.55 +9.8 GrnP LP n Q GPP 1.88f 10.7 10 21.00 16.50 26 17.55 114 18.10 17.50 -.50 -6.1 GreenbCos N GBX .92f 1.8 13 54.45 40.60 448 51.55 1680 52.60 49.85 -.30 -3.3sGrCB NY s Q GCBC .39 1.0 28 37.40 21.75 14 37.15 29 37.70 36.45 +.45 +14.0 Greenhill N GHL .20 1.0 30.80 13.80 888 20.00 3267 21.10 19.45 -.50 +2.6tGreenlight Q GLRE 23.15 15.80 527 15.85 1802 16.55 15.75 -.60 -21.1 Greif A N GEF 1.68 3.2 18 65.60 47.97 342 52.66 1387 54.95 52.46 -.54 -13.1 Greif B N GEF/B 2.51e 4.2 19 71.95 52.50 18 59.25 42 61.20 58.50 +.88 -14.6 GrdsmHld n Q GSUM 13.99 6.76 687 9.16 2557 10.25 9.15 -.50 +.1sGriffin Q GRIF .40f 1.1 29 37.49 27.71 3 37.40 6 37.49 36.27 +.77 +1.9 Griffon N GFF .28f 1.4 20 25.15 17.60 321 19.50 928 20.25 19.25 -.05 -4.2 GrifolsSA s Q GRFS .38e 1.8 25.18 17.24 505 21.25 2218 21.99 21.17 -.36 -7.3 Group1 N GPI 1.00f 1.4 10 84.47 51.62 318 72.85 890 76.06 71.88 -1.64 +2.6 Groupon Q GRPN 5.99 2.90 10436 4.60 35910 4.72 4.43 +.10 -9.8sGrubHub N GRUB 112.41 32.43 1657 110.53 7601 112.41 107.65 +1.97 +53.9 GAeroPac N PAC 2.78e 2.8 119.87 87.66 185 98.91 532 102.05 97.71 -.77 -3.7 GpAeroCN Q OMAB 1.71e 4.2 19 52.51 37.45 61 40.35 347 41.19 40.03 -.12 -2.7 GpoASur N ASR 3.31e 229.45 163.66 90 176.86 311 185.01 175.93 -4.51 -3.1 GpoAvalAc N AVAL .40 4.7 9.51 7.46 104 8.48 314 8.69 8.36 +.02 -.2 GrpoFin Q GGAL .12e .2 73.45 33.67 294 65.31 1828 67.60 64.52 +1.69 -.8 GpoSimec A SIM 13.79 8.97 2 9.46 3 10.00 9.46 -.41 +1.2 GpSuprvi n N SUPV 33.85 15.14 262 30.75 1849 31.40 29.40 +1.47 +4.9tGpTelevisa N TV 27.37 15.92 3612 15.69 17056 17.11 15.65 -1.32 -16.0 GuangRy N GSH .62e 1.9 37.43 24.43 1 31.99 10 32.93 31.99 -.35 -4.2 GuarntyBc Q GBNK .66 2.3 21 30.42 22.90 274 29.30 658 29.90 29.25 -.20 +6.0 GuarBcs n Q GNTY .56 1.6 22 37.36 28.00 569 34.55 694 35.99 33.35 -.45 +12.7 GuarFBc Q GFED .48f 2.0 17 23.71 15.89 6 23.48 8 23.48 22.81 +.68 +5.2 Guess N GES .90 6.0 31 19.62 9.56 2526 14.89 6493 15.50 14.41 -.09 -11.8 GuggBAB N GBAB 1.66 7.6 23.32 20.97 28 21.73 290 21.90 21.22 +.63 -4.4 Gug 27Cp n N BSCR 20.12 19.19 3 19.25 35 19.28 19.20 +.02 -3.7 Gug 25Cp n N BSJP 25.23 23.98 12 24.21 23 24.37 24.18 -.17 -2.7tGugCrdAllo N GGM 2.18 10.1 24.03 21.65 40 21.63 139 22.93 21.41 -.69 -1.4 GuggChina N YAO .54e 1.4 39.91 27.10 0 37.59 5 37.75 37.25 -.03 +7.6 GugSPEW N RSP 1.31e 1.3 107.44 88.88 305 102.44 2543 104.41 102.15 -1.48 +1.4 GugRus50 N XLG 3.03e 1.5 204.48 164.06 5 196.15 52 200.73 195.95 -2.93 +3.2 GugSPVal N RPV 1.18e 1.8 71.34 57.12 24 66.68 201 68.61 66.49 -1.57 +.6sGugSPGth N RPG .59e .5 117.34 87.74 71 115.14 567 117.34 114.94 -1.28 +9.8 GugS&P100 N OEW 35.08 27.88 1 32.96 8 33.50 32.95 +.20 +.4 GuEqWREst N EWRE .27e 28.67 23.75 2 26.03 16 26.06 25.72 +.29 -6.3 GugMCVal N RFV .86e 1.3 73.80 59.99 5 68.67 31 69.86 68.08 -.85 -1.6 GugEMk EW N EWEM .56e 1.6 37.81 30.13 36.02 7 36.72 36.02 +.01 +3.6 GugMC400E N EWMC 67.95 56.98 2 65.10 24 65.77 64.63 -.33 +1.2 GugSC600E N EWSC 58.12 47.01 1 55.15 3 56.29 54.76 +.74 +1.3 GugMCGth N RFG .75e .5 167.46 132.02 4 163.19 20 164.85 161.84 -.67 +5.9 GugSCVal N RZV .67e .9 76.68 60.09 10 72.30 32 73.28 71.24 +.12 -1.1 GugTotRet N GTO 53.54 50.85 4 52.14 200 52.25 52.03 +.16 -1.3 GugUtil N RYU 2.62e 3.2 91.25 77.44 3 82.38 16 82.90 81.30 +1.31 -4.0 GugSCGth N RZG .56e .5 122.75 96.51 4 118.28 36 120.36 117.75 -.55 +3.3sGugTech N RYT 1.09e .7 163.73 118.33 34 160.72 203 163.73 160.19 -1.46 +12.4 RydxMatls N RTM 1.19e 1.1 118.47 92.19 9 109.92 59 113.75 109.76 -2.81 -2.5 GugIndls N RGI .84e .7 127.94 101.45 14 122.69 62 124.77 121.53 -1.61 +1.7 GugHlthC N RYH .75e .4 199.28 157.13 5 187.52 70 190.13 187.06 -2.45 +4.4 GugFncl N RYF .93e 2.0 47.40 36.37 68 45.75 238 46.96 45.47 -1.14 +3.6 GugEngy N RYE .79e 1.5 63.47 48.58 14 54.18 82 55.44 53.46 -.89 -7.1 GugConStp N RHS 2.05e 1.6 138.61 119.71 12 127.94 74 131.38 127.41 -2.26 -4.3 GugCnsDis N RCD 1.12e 1.1 108.68 89.16 1 100.51 12 102.50 100.51 -1.11 +.5 GugEnhEq N GPM .96 11.1 9.42 7.72 100 8.67 839 9.10 8.59 -.07 -2.6 GugChinTc N CQQQ .60e .9 67.24 41.12 35 65.67 467 66.00 64.40 +.24 +8.3 GugWater N CGW .48e 1.4 36.40 30.48 225 34.58 400 34.90 34.40 -.19 -2.7tGugCdnEn N ENY .49e 6.6 8.98 7.25 10 7.43 40 7.51 7.25 -.01 -11.4 GugSPHiInf N GHII 1.03e 4.0 29.49 24.92 38 25.75 62 26.04 25.56 -.01 -6.6 GugSolar N TAN .83e 3.3 26.70 17.00 34 25.22 487 25.55 25.05 -.03 +.4 GugShippg N SEA 1.48e 13.4 12.70 10.62 87 11.04 665 11.08 10.80 +.17 -4.8 GugIntMult N HGI .59e 3.4 18.58 15.79 0 17.24 3 17.51 17.21 -.17 -1.1 GugChinSC N HAO .76e 2.4 33.23 24.27 15 31.63 70 31.75 31.03 +.04 +6.9 GugChRe N TAO .40e 1.3 33.38 23.10 10 30.80 60 30.98 30.05 +.43 +7.4 GugGTimb N CUT .52e 1.6 33.90 25.94 35 33.22 99 33.44 33.06 -.03 +4.5 Gug BRIC N EEB .41e 1.0 42.00 30.84 7 39.62 19 40.31 39.51 -.37 +6.1 Gug 26CpBd N BSCQ 19.98 18.85 4 18.93 37 19.01 18.88 +.01 -3.9 Gug 24HYBd N BSJO 26.07 24.79 6 24.97 30 25.08 24.90 -.10 -2.5 GugDJIADv N DJD .02p 36.38 29.37 2 34.08 12 34.52 33.82 -.42 -.2 GugHYBd23 N BSJN .15e 27.06 25.48 16 25.96 156 26.02 25.87 -.08 -1.6tGugCpBd25 N BSCP 20.95 19.93 11 19.96 114 20.00 19.91 -.01 -3.6sGugInsidr N NFO .90e 1.4 65.75 52.23 64.72 8 65.75 64.72 -.75 +4.4 GugBlt22HY N BSJM 1.27 5.2 25.59 24.17 29 24.58 165 24.63 24.50 -.05 -1.4 GugB21HY N BSJL 1.27 5.1 25.32 24.22 100 24.67 1677 24.74 24.60 -.04 -1.1tGugBlt24CB N BSCO .58 2.9 21.17 20.19 35 20.24 200 20.30 20.19 -.03 -3.1tGugBlt23CB N BSCN .65 3.2 21.34 20.27 32 20.30 556 20.37 20.27 -.05 -2.5tGugBlt22CB N BSCM .58e 2.8 21.72 20.69 52 20.72 435 20.76 20.69 -.03 -2.1tGugBlt21CB N BSCL .56 2.7 21.80 20.75 113 20.78 769 20.81 20.75 -.01 -1.7 ClayWilMic N WMCR .68e 2.0 37.04 28.92 1 33.93 3 35.27 33.93 -.92 -8.1 GugB20HY N BSJK 1.30e 5.3 24.99 23.91 155 24.30 1484 24.40 24.24 -.08 -.9 GugB19HY N BSJJ 1.22e 5.0 24.79 23.84 130 24.23 654 24.30 24.20 -.05 -.6 GugB18HY N BSJI 1.28e 4.6 25.45 24.73 89 25.08 612 25.12 25.05 -.02 -.1 ClyWUSRE N WREI 1.53e 3.2 48.92 40.99 1 43.26 3 43.26 42.13 +.80 -8.6 GugMultAs N CVY 1.07e 4.8 23.50 20.24 9 22.08 96 22.37 21.93 -.11 -1.5tGugCpBd20 N BSCK .61e 2.9 21.60 21.00 131 21.04 928 21.07 21.00 -.02 -1.2tGugBlt19CB N BSCJ .47e 2.2 21.30 20.95 98 20.96 643 20.98 20.94 -.01 -.6 GugBlt18CB N BSCI .40e 1.8 21.37 21.08 111 21.10 492 21.12 21.09 -.01 GugSpinOff N CSD .70e 1.3 56.40 44.45 6 54.92 33 56.03 54.46 -.71 +5.5 GugRJ SB1 N RYJ .59e 1.3 46.56 38.09 14 44.77 65 45.50 44.36 -.18 +2.9 GugEShDur N GSY .65e 1.3 50.41 50.11 120 50.18 1298 50.20 50.16 +.1 GugMCCre N CZA 1.02e 1.5 68.99 57.28 33 66.31 63 67.25 65.83 -.77 +1.1 GugGlDiv N LVL .52e 4.7 11.80 10.42 5 11.15 44 11.35 11.13 -.17 -1.6 GugDefEq N DEF .85e 1.8 49.26 40.95 9 47.46 50 48.10 47.32 -.48 +2.0 GugStrOp N GOF 2.19 10.7 21.85 18.80 108 20.37 780 20.51 20.23 +.21 -5.6 Guidewire N GWRE 92.65 54.74 684 84.93 4192 89.70 84.04 -3.02 +14.4 GulfIsland Q GIFI .04 .5 13.95 7.70 179 7.95 423 8.95 7.75 -.25 -40.8 GulfRes Q GURE 2 2.05 1.35 546 1.41 830 1.62 1.38 -.15 -4.1 GlfmrkOf n A GLF 34.96 17.80 17 26.35 92 28.89 26.03 -.76 -7.5 GulfportE Q GPOR 4 17.82 8.11 5042 10.25 22874 10.94 10.01 -.46 -19.7 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 17, 2018

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H -:H&E Eqp Q HEES 1.10 2.7 13 44.24 17.44 418 40.89 1764 43.33 39.92 -2.13 +.6 HCA Hldg N HCA .35p 16 106.84 71.18 2047 102.77 9383 104.20 101.60 -1.13 +17.0 HCI Grp N HCI 1.40 3.5 49.25 27.11 224 39.81 632 41.22 39.05 -1.13 +33.1 HCP Inc N HCP 1.48 6.4 13 33.67 21.48 6596 23.19 22139 23.31 22.48 +.59 -11.1 HD Supply Q HDS 15 42.80 28.97 3289 39.19 15524 39.88 36.42 +1.58 -2.1 HDFC Bk N HDB .37e .4 110.77 72.02 830 97.96 3180 100.11 96.46 +1.57 -3.6 HFF Inc N HF 1.80e 23 51.74 25.79 532 48.20 1397 49.63 48.12 -.77 -.9sHMG A HMG 17.45 10.34 5 17.95 15 17.95 15.13 +3.20 +24.2sHMN Fn Q HMNF 18 19.50 16.60 6 19.45 35 19.50 18.85 +.41 +1.8 HMS Hldgs Q HMSY 38 20.90 11.01 928 17.46 3275 17.64 17.18 +.06 +3.0 HNI Corp N HNI 1.14 2.9 18 48.32 31.16 298 39.41 762 40.46 38.30 -.16 +2.2 HP Inc N HPQ .53 2.3 14 24.75 17.03 20052 23.51 78286 24.69 23.28 -1.00 +11.9 HRG Grp N HRG 20.17 14.22 2427 15.31 12403 15.50 14.63 +.02 -9.7 HSBC N HSBC 1.50e 3.0 55.89 39.63 2542 49.59 8302 49.82 48.64 +.04 -4.0 HSBC prA N HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 26.74 25.68 35 25.88 372 26.00 25.68 +.07 +.2 HSBC Cap N HSEA 2.03 7.5 27.99 26.34 47 26.93 540 27.00 26.75 -.05 -1.5 HSBC Cap2 N HSEB 2.00 7.6 27.59 24.99 79 26.35 821 26.44 26.26 +.01 -1.8 HTG Mol h Q HTGM 13.25 1.59 621 4.96 3222 5.33 4.78 -.13 +144.3 HV Bcp n Q HVBC .50e 18.50 13.74 5 14.10 10 14.82 13.99 +.01 -7.3 HabitRest Q HABT 40 19.75 8.10 446 9.30 1802 10.15 8.95 -.50 -2.6 HackettGp Q HCKT .30f 1.7 21 20.36 13.24 141 17.68 482 18.43 17.63 -.68 +12.5sHaemonet N HAE 68 75.45 38.43 816 73.58 2723 75.45 72.74 -.38 +26.7sHailiang n Q HLG 68.55 7.02 221 68.70 504 70.08 62.20 +4.70 +52.0 HainCels lf Q HAIN 45.61 31.01 884 34.52 3910 36.15 33.91 -1.01 -18.6 HalconRs n N HK 9.07 3.69 4849 5.30 15509 5.55 5.14 -.02 -30.0 HalladorE Q HNRG .16 2.4 6 8.50 4.79 170 6.61 607 6.79 6.05 +.08 +8.5 Hallibrtn N HAL .72 1.6 57.86 38.18 8021 45.91 32885 47.46 45.03 -1.08 -6.1tHallmkFn Q HALL 11.83 8.73 88 9.11 248 10.08 8.73 -1.03 -12.7sHalozyme Q HALO 54 21.36 11.41 1543 20.62 6070 21.36 20.49 +.01 +1.8 HalyrdHlt N HYH 23 50.99 35.24 528 46.81 2098 49.85 45.95 -1.52 +1.4 HamiltnBc Q HBK 15.99 14.00 14.70 6 14.80 14.70 +.05 -4.5tHamBchBr N HBB .34 1.5 41.00 22.99 240 22.62 399 24.88 22.59 -1.64 -12.0 HamilLa n Q HLNE .70 1.9 40.43 17.32 693 37.78 1490 38.77 36.30 +.97 +6.8sHancHld Q HBHC .96 1.7 22 56.20 41.05 1500 55.65 3284 56.40 54.38 +12.4 HancHld 45 Q HBHCL 1.49 5.8 26.73 24.82 7 25.53 26 25.62 25.11 +.24 -2.1 HancFinOp N BTO 1.48 3.7 41.00 31.24 40 40.33 205 40.95 39.68 -.03 +2.5 HanJS N JHS .87e 6.2 15.12 13.96 9 14.04 42 14.24 14.04 -.07 -5.5 HanJI N JHI 1.45e 8.7 18.85 16.64 6 16.74 62 17.09 16.74 -.19 -4.3 HanPrmDv N PDT 1.08a 7.2 17.33 14.50 50 15.01 444 15.07 14.90 +.03 -12.4 HanPfEq N HPI 1.68 8.1 22.58 19.73 37 20.65 148 20.68 20.48 +.03 -3.6 HanPfd2 N HPF 1.68 8.3 22.71 19.39 38 20.17 203 20.19 19.95 +.10 -6.1 HanPfd3 N HPS 1.47 8.3 19.48 16.80 62 17.64 263 17.64 17.44 +.14 -5.9 HanTxAdv N HTD 1.45 6.7 26.79 21.00 83 21.80 520 21.98 21.62 +.10 -11.6 Hanesbds s N HBI .60 3.0 10 25.73 18.57 4548 19.70 20866 20.27 19.25 -.31 -5.8 HanmiFin Q HAFC .96f 3.0 18 33.10 25.45 552 32.00 1196 32.30 31.28 +.20 +5.4 HannArms N HASI 1.32 7.0 26 25.28 17.33 826 18.97 2094 19.16 18.26 +.51 -21.2sHanoverIns N THG 2.16 1.8 64 119.22 79.23 390 118.31 1362 119.22 116.40 +1.31 +9.5 HanovIns53 N THGA 1.59 6.3 26.00 25.02 6 25.09 44 25.44 25.02 -.06 -.9 Hanwha rs Q HQCL 9.50 6.09 42 8.22 185 8.47 7.94 +.21 +17.1 HarbrOne n Q HONE 22.29 15.92 178 17.55 755 20.01 17.25 -2.45 -8.4 Hardinge Q HDNG .08 .4 37 19.47 9.97 221 18.37 915 18.40 18.26 +.06 +5.5tHarleyD N HOG 1.48f 3.4 14 62.95 43.30 2438 44.14 11362 45.70 43.30 -.21 -13.2 Harmonic Q HLIT 6.05 2.80 1350 3.85 3825 3.90 3.55 +.30 -8.3 HarmonyG N HMY .05 2.78 1.56 11953 2.13 38490 2.32 2.09 -.07 +13.9 HarrisCorp N HRS 2.28 1.5 28 161.04 106.18 2295 156.51 5179 159.68 155.24 -1.21 +10.5 Harsco N HSC .20m 1.0 53 22.00 11.40 1133 20.70 3033 21.50 20.15 -.35 +11.0 HarteHk rs N HHS 15.00 7.27 46 9.07 98 9.20 8.50 -.01 HartfFn42 N HGH 1.97 6.6 32.13 28.57 41 29.95 164 29.95 29.31 +.52 +2.4 HartfdFn N HIG 1.00 1.9 18 59.20 46.35 1823 53.93 10900 56.13 53.50 -2.20 -4.2 HrvrdBio Q HBIO 5.20 2.25 146 4.40 630 4.90 4.20 -.20 +33.3 HarvCapCr Q HCAP 1.14a 10.6 7 14.65 10.03 25 10.79 92 10.98 10.64 +.08 -1.6 HarvCr22 n Q HCAPZ 1.53 6.0 26.95 24.95 5 25.39 16 25.49 25.11 +.21 -.2tHasbro Q HAS 2.28 2.6 28 116.20 87.30 1928 87.74 9292 92.18 87.30 -3.72 -3.5 Haverty N HVT .72f 3.5 21 27.23 20.05 268 20.55 895 20.83 20.15 +.08 -9.3 HawaiiEl N HE 1.24 3.6 23 38.72 31.71 700 34.13 2731 34.19 33.21 +.83 -5.6 HawHold Q HA .48 1.3 6 59.45 32.40 1112 37.80 6382 38.95 36.00 +1.45 -5.1 HawaiiTel Q HCOM 31.91 22.20 163 27.56 190 28.02 27.37 -.27 -10.7tHawkins Q HWKN .88 2.6 17 53.50 32.20 162 33.45 301 37.20 32.20 -1.85 -5.0 HawthornB Q HWBK .28 1.3 16 22.36 16.64 8 20.85 47 20.96 20.10 +.17 +.5 HaymkAc n Q HYAC 9.85 9.50 9.59 450 9.60 9.55 +.04 +.3 HaymkA un Q HYACU 10.08 9.88 10.00 309 10.00 9.88 +.05 +1.0sHaynesIntl Q HAYN .88 2.0 45.14 28.97 240 43.65 634 45.14 42.52 -.38 +36.2 Hc2 Hldgs N HCHC 1.29 6.71 4.30 693 5.45 1792 5.75 5.00 -.29 -8.4 HlthCSvc Q HCSG .77f 1.7 39 56.20 41.05 1449 45.56 5560 47.49 43.91 -1.72 -13.6 HlthInsInn Q HIIQ 19 37.38 12.65 381 30.15 2711 33.45 29.05 -1.45 +20.8 HlthcrRlty N HR 1.20 4.3 44 36.25 26.27 1049 27.78 3845 28.10 27.38 +.22 -13.5 HlthcreTr N HTA 1.22 4.7 47 33.00 24.50 1471 26.20 6399 26.33 25.59 +.56 -12.8sHealthEqty Q HQY 93 60.00 37.62 750 59.39 2536 60.00 58.00 -.17 +27.3 HlthStrm Q HSTM 1.00e 81 31.53 21.15 319 24.97 843 25.78 23.68 -.38 +7.8 HrtlndEx Q HTLD .08 .4 21 25.22 18.71 554 19.72 2945 20.10 18.97 -.22 -15.5 HeartFn Q HTLF .52a .9 19 56.40 42.10 511 55.30 973 56.05 54.25 -.70 +3.1 HeatBio rs Q HTBX 12.50 1.90 310 2.05 3128 2.35 1.98 +.02 -46.5 HebronTc n Q HEBT 4.40 1.63 4 1.86 27 1.90 1.80 +.05 -29.3 HeclaM N HL .01e .3 6.17 3.38 8151 3.85 18888 4.04 3.79 +.01 -3.0sHeico s N HEI 90.81 53.43 753 88.32 2402 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11.55 373 12.03 1865 12.37 11.82 -.22 -8.3 HercTG 24 N HTGX 1.56 6.2 25.88 25.05 16 25.35 87 25.35 25.26 +.07 -1.1sHrtgeCo Q HTBK .44f 2.6 21 17.28 12.76 223 17.07 716 17.28 15.30 +.24 +11.4 HrtgeFn Q HFWA .60f 1.9 22 33.25 22.50 843 32.15 2039 32.55 31.50 +.95 +4.4 HeritageIns N HRTG .24 1.4 19.15 8.85 391 17.32 1066 17.66 16.92 -.17 -3.9 HeritCryst Q HCCI 26 25.20 12.85 100 23.80 459 24.00 23.00 -.05 +9.4sHernTher h Q HRTX 25.35 12.70 2575 21.50 9887 25.35 21.30 -1.25 +18.8 Hersha pfC N HTpC 1.72 7.1 26.37 24.07 2 24.37 9 24.47 24.35 +.01 -3.1 Hersha rs N HT 1.12 6.3 14 19.87 16.60 801 17.90 2170 17.97 17.52 +.25 +2.9 Hersha pfD N HTpD 1.63 6.9 26.49 22.61 11 23.60 59 24.09 23.57 -.31 -4.3 Hersha pfE N HTpE 26.40 22.75 13 23.35 43 23.66 23.34 -.33 -5.6 Hershey N HSY 2.62 2.6 22 116.49 95.21 2266 101.02 6712 103.00 100.03 +.66 -11.0 HertzGl N HTZ 27.27 8.52 1764 20.39 10010 21.09 19.58 -7.7 HerzfldCrb Q CUBA .12e 7.54 6.73 3 7.13 42 7.35 7.13 -.19 -.3 HeskaCorp Q HSKA 40 115.00 56.59 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52.08 38.71 65655 49.21 295819 50.18 49.12 -.54 +4.4 iShACWX Q ACWX 1.00e 2.0 53.74 42.56 304 50.45 2518 51.04 50.34 -.29 +1.0 iShiBoxIG N LQD 3.87 3.3 121.85 116.04 10755 116.76 38970 116.83 116.10 +.67 -3.9 iSh ACWI Q ACWI 1.43e 1.9 77.54 62.53 1074 73.65 8998 74.76 73.54 -.68 +2.2 iSKokusai N TOK 1.60e 2.4 69.65 57.33 4 66.55 216 67.22 66.18 -.10 +3.0 iShCorUSTr N GOVT .33 1.3 25.60 24.42 820 24.58 3709 24.62 24.48 +.09 -2.0 iSEafeSC Q SCZ 1.51e 2.3 69.19 52.95 750 65.97 4374 66.77 65.91 -.39 +2.3 iSGblTelcm N IXP 2.31e 3.9 62.55 56.15 12 58.53 108 59.09 58.27 -.48 -3.3 iShEMBd Q EMB 5.27e 4.7 117.46 111.06 1184 112.23 8498 112.52 112.04 -.05 -3.3siShGblTech N IXN 1.10e .7 171.45 121.87 17 168.09 258 171.45 167.53 -1.15 +9.4 iShAaa-ACp N QLTA 1.51e 3.0 53.16 50.62 15 50.86 137 50.98 50.80 +.05 -3.8siSMrnMCG N JKH .59e .3 220.00 170.42 2 216.29 7 220.00 215.80 -1.50 +6.8 iShIndones N EIDO .35e 1.3 30.61 25.41 1155 27.38 5094 28.69 27.23 -1.08 -3.7siSSP500Gr N IVW 2.03e 1.2 166.51 129.25 569 163.47 3007 166.51 163.06 -1.86 +7.0tiShNYMun s N NYF 56.36 54.56 23 54.56 76 54.74 54.56 -.04 -2.2 iShGblHcre N IXJ 2.72e 1.4 123.12 101.39 25 115.40 130 116.72 115.24 -.92 +2.6 iShGnmaBd Q GNMA .75e 1.5 50.15 48.15 5 48.50 51 48.56 48.25 +.18 -2.0 iShGblFin N IXG 1.28e 1.8 76.01 58.84 24 71.57 125 72.91 71.37 -1.04 +2.3 iShUSAQlt N QUAL 1.04e 1.2 88.63 71.96 251 85.89 1181 87.37 85.50 -.78 +3.6 iSSPGlbEn N IXC 1.01e 3.0 38.40 30.34 131 33.69 524 34.26 33.21 -.24 -5.2 iShCalMn s N CMF 59.75 57.65 77 58.13 382 58.26 57.96 +.07 -1.7 iSh CMBS N CMBS 1.00 2.0 52.29 49.94 8 50.14 55 50.34 50.06 +.06 -2.2 iShUSASize N SIZE 1.26e 1.5 88.35 74.54 2 85.39 33 86.10 84.82 -.33 +1.8 iSGblInfra N IGF 1.27e 2.9 46.80 41.34 790 43.24 1880 43.89 42.95 -.25 -4.4 iShNANatR N IGE .85e 2.6 38.02 30.59 69 33.11 344 33.69 32.64 -.29 -6.6 iSh JPXNik N JPXN 70.78 55.07 1 65.83 11 66.36 65.69 +.06 +1.4 iShUSAVal N VLUE 1.49e 1.7 89.40 71.21 250 85.55 1448 87.05 84.98 -.66 +2.3 iShLatAm N ILF .60e 1.6 39.54 28.00 901 37.29 7965 38.69 37.27 -1.04 +9.1 iShUSAMo N MTUM .81e .7 113.60 81.37 620 111.59 4653 113.58 110.89 -1.29 +8.2 iShMrnMCV N JKI 2.72e 1.7 168.36 142.90 4 160.04 22 161.99 158.90 -1.32 +.3 iShPhilpns N EPHE .20e .6 40.19 33.96 383 35.45 1507 36.65 35.03 -1.04 -8.7 iSSP500Val N IVE 2.14e 1.9 121.12 101.78 684 113.23 3662 115.29 112.75 -1.60 -.9 iShNMuBd N MUB 2.59 2.4 111.66 108.10 493 108.51 2266 108.56 108.21 +.18 -2.0 iShUKSC bt A EWUS 1.38e 3.2 46.20 35.65 2 43.67 4 44.17 43.62 -.31 +.1 iSRTop200V N IWX 1.17e 2.2 55.82 47.21 32 52.37 176 53.32 52.27 -.77 -.1 iShIntlDev N WPS 1.16e 3.0 42.27 35.31 1 39.20 78 39.34 38.99 +.12 -.8 iShAsia50 N AIA 1.02e 1.4 72.96 51.32 73 70.55 529 71.10 69.88 +.45 +6.8 iSh20 yrT N TLT 3.05 2.5 129.57 116.51 6084 119.81 36273 120.49 118.19 +1.90 -5.6 iSRTop200G N IWY .82e 1.1 79.55 60.38 57 77.65 334 79.19 77.57 -.98 +6.2 iSh7-10yTB Q IEF 1.96 1.9 108.81 101.47 3595 102.37 12629 102.66 101.94 +.45 -3.0 iShRTop200 N IWL 1.02e 1.6 66.19 53.06 11 63.55 108 64.77 63.50 -.78 +3.4 iShIntSelDv N IDV 1.51e 4.2 35.93 30.91 481 33.57 2321 34.02 33.43 -.24 -.7 iSh1-3yTB Q SHY .52 .6 84.72 83.36 879 83.41 5408 83.49 83.39 +.02 -.5 iS Eafe N EFA 1.66e 2.4 75.27 61.35 16117 70.47 83439 71.15 70.26 -.31 +.2 iShGerSC bt A EWGS .69e 1.0 70.42 45.46 9 65.85 60 67.15 65.63 -.51 +2.4 iShEurRE Q IFEU .87e 2.2 42.63 32.60 4 40.30 14 40.63 40.21 -.10 -2.1 iSRusMCV N IWS 1.59e 1.8 92.95 80.79 199 88.97 2151 90.00 88.16 -.53 -.2 iShCrLTBd N ILTB 2.54 4.2 65.21 60.44 160 61.17 449 61.40 60.70 +.48 -5.6 iSRusMCG N IWP 1.02e .8 130.04 101.75 264 127.66 898 129.30 126.96 -.96 +5.8 iShIntlRE Q IFGL 1.09e 3.7 31.77 26.79 29 29.79 580 29.99 29.66 -.05 -.7 iShEuroSC Q IEUS 1.08e 1.8 62.36 46.29 22 59.10 110 59.85 58.89 -.28 +2.2 iShNorC bt A ENOR .58e 2.1 28.35 21.36 59 27.22 89 27.63 27.17 -.34 +5.5 iShRusMid N IWR 2.85e 1.3 220.02 182.96 212 213.27 963 215.97 211.72 -1.44 +2.5 iShMrnSC N JKJ 1.78e 1.0 182.30 153.97 2 175.16 10 177.66 173.85 -1.51 +.6 iShIreland N EIRL .55e 1.2 50.12 39.70 4 46.83 45 47.72 46.78 -.96 -2.4 iSCorSPMid N IJH 1.89e 1.0 199.91 166.58 1451 193.70 5423 196.30 192.06 -1.38 +2.1 iSh10yCBd N CLY 2.67 4.5 63.67 58.51 17 59.81 490 59.92 59.37 +.46 -5.4 iShiBxHYB N HYG 5.09 5.9 89.04 84.07 10986 85.80 59583 86.07 85.50 -.27 -1.7 iShFinlC bt A EFNL .51e 1.2 43.41 34.64 2 42.43 87 43.04 42.33 -.61 +7.6siShSft N IGV .12e .1 183.23 123.69 195 179.43 850 183.23 179.02 -2.85 +16.1 iShCorUS n N FTY 51.01 43.20 307 45.80 832 45.83 45.13 +.67 -7.7 iShDenC bt A EDEN .81e 1.2 71.11 54.51 61 68.52 93 69.25 68.44 -.35 +1.4siShs SOX Q SOXX 1.15e .6 198.84 129.86 345 193.03 3454 198.84 191.49 -1.22 +13.7 iShIndia50 Q INDY .15e .4 39.29 31.48 110 35.17 1047 36.39 35.13 -.74 -5.3siShNetw N IGN .25e .5 55.29 43.70 16 54.21 142 55.29 54.20 -.07 +11.8siShNATch N IGM .73e .4 195.60 135.28 27 191.90 261 195.60 191.24 -1.48 +13.7 iShNsdBio s Q IBB 119.30 94.20 2628 112.74 9987 115.60 112.28 -1.62 +5.6 iShResRE N REZ 2.01e 3.5 67.72 53.83 8 57.81 67 57.90 57.01 +.71 -7.1 iSh2019Mun N IBMH .27 1.1 25.65 24.92 118 25.37 304 25.38 25.32 +.04 +.2 iShC&SRE N ICF 2.97e 3.1 104.37 88.40 118 94.54 572 94.64 92.93 +1.52 -6.7 iShKLDSoc N DSI 1.11e 1.1 106.16 85.17 23 102.44 161 104.01 101.96 -1.04 +4.3 iShGbl100 N IOO 2.14e 2.3 98.94 80.36 10 94.14 202 95.88 93.91 -.88 +1.7 iSh2018Mu N IBMG .23 .9 25.54 25.32 57 25.38 192 25.41 25.37 -.02 -.1 iShConsSv N IYC 1.50e .8 198.53 156.55 8 189.63 91 192.85 189.33 -1.85 +5.8 iShMBS Q MBB 3.04e 2.4 107.76 103.86 436 104.21 2099 104.42 104.01 +.21 -2.2 iShGvCrBd N GBF 2.86 2.6 115.65 110.21 1 111.07 16 111.22 110.72 +.28 -2.5 iShIndia bt A INDA .24e .7 38.21 30.69 3553 33.92 15832 35.06 33.92 -.58 -6.0 iSR1KVal N IWD 2.41e 1.9 131.56 112.39 984 124.38 7680 126.52 123.82 -1.60 siSMrnSCG N JKK .87e .5 193.05 148.72 2 190.86 7 193.05 189.55 -.62 +6.4 iShPoland N EPOL .42e 1.6 30.19 21.47 471 25.55 1443 26.97 25.55 -1.23 -5.7 iSMCGth N IJK 1.88e .8 230.66 186.30 43 225.25 309 228.35 223.58 -1.79 +4.4 iShIntGvC N GVI 1.99 1.8 111.75 107.77 76 107.86 327 108.10 107.77 +.02 -1.7 iSR1KGr N IWF 1.45e 1.0 146.15 111.69 1823 143.10 7768 145.71 142.71 -1.57 +6.3 iSIndiaSC bt A SMIN .10e .2 55.13 40.25 54 47.80 566 49.00 47.80 -.26 -9.1 iShCorUSCr Q CRED 4.20 3.9 112.93 108.03 45 108.60 267 108.72 108.26 +.33 -3.1 iSRus1K N IWB 2.36e 1.5 159.31 128.86 1360 153.39 5392 156.07 152.82 -1.81 +3.2 iSR2KVal N IWN 1.98e 1.6 131.46 112.01 646 126.37 3516 128.12 125.04 -.59 +.5 iShIntCrBd Q CIU 3.09 2.9 110.70 106.84 272 106.96 1220 107.07 106.85 +.03 -2.1 iSh1-3CrBd Q CSJ 1.52 1.5 105.61 103.65 498 103.66 1938 103.75 103.66 -.05 -.8siSR2KGr N IWO 1.36e .7 201.80 156.37 309 198.21 2997 201.80 196.92 -1.99 +6.2 iSh10-20TB N TLH 2.99 2.3 140.10 128.88 10 130.76 104 131.21 129.95 +1.00 -3.9 iShFltRtB N FLOT .32 .6 51.10 50.76 1729 50.93 8024 50.95 50.90 -.02 +.2 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday 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iShR2K N IWM 1.77e 1.1 160.63 132.40 34712 157.80 100027 160.30 156.37 -1.12 +3.5 iSh3-7yTrB Q IEI 1.78 1.5 124.98 119.72 332 120.13 1075 120.34 119.95 +.17 -1.7 iShCorHiDv N HDV 2.90e 3.3 94.20 82.07 215 87.30 1245 88.75 87.08 -.80 -3.2 iSCorUSVal s Q IUSV 58.64 49.35 265 54.99 1687 55.93 54.70 -.73 -.7siSCorUSGr s Q IUSG 58.49 45.54 195 57.47 3700 58.49 57.31 -.59 +6.9 iShChina N MCHI .61e .8 76.72 49.52 2074 72.64 13021 73.09 70.94 +.54 +9.2 iShShtTrB Q SHV .03e 110.41 110.18 3933 110.27 6972 110.27 110.24 +.02 iShUSPfd Q PFF 2.13a 5.7 39.28 36.52 1642 37.67 9572 37.73 37.51 +.11 -1.1 iSEafeMnV N EFAV 2.81e 3.8 76.51 65.53 254 74.09 1793 74.58 73.92 -.09 +1.5 iSRus3K N IWV 2.47e 1.5 169.20 137.10 403 163.17 1376 166.00 162.56 -1.87 +3.2 iSGblMatl N MXI 1.02e 1.5 75.19 57.94 25 69.51 182 70.78 69.40 -.83 -.8 iShUtils N IDU 4.54e 3.6 142.50 119.51 59 127.61 311 127.82 124.34 +3.16 -4.0 iSUSAMinV N USMV .87e 1.6 55.45 47.44 1493 53.26 7369 53.78 53.05 -.33 +.9 iSMrnSCV N JKL 2.98e 2.0 158.15 134.66 5 148.14 18 149.50 146.26 -.55 -2.7 iShMCVal N IJJ 2.16e 1.4 166.09 142.74 72 159.65 311 161.55 158.00 -1.00 -.3 iShGblUtil N JXI 1.99e 4.1 53.07 45.15 3 48.27 27 48.27 47.49 +.86 -2.5 iShTelecm N IYZ .68e 2.4 34.77 26.56 1012 28.50 2383 28.72 27.89 -.17 -3.1siShTech N IYW 1.20e .7 184.45 132.14 78 180.21 777 184.45 179.57 -1.80 +10.7 iShGblIndl N EXI 1.40e 1.5 100.28 79.45 6 93.28 55 94.54 92.79 -1.07 +.4 iShGblCStp N KXI 2.19e 2.2 109.16 98.51 8 100.53 30 102.45 100.41 -1.48 -5.1 iShREst N IYR 2.76e 3.6 83.27 71.27 10878 76.48 39202 76.59 75.34 +.99 -5.6 iSGblCnDis N RXI 1.39e 1.2 119.68 94.40 4 114.54 46 115.89 114.26 +.01 +4.7 iSh0-5Tips N STIP 101.58 99.37 108 99.86 448 99.93 99.77 +.05 iShHmCnst N ITB .09e .2 46.56 31.19 2496 39.95 14896 41.06 39.43 -.23 -8.6 iShInds N IYJ 1.65e 1.1 158.32 123.05 20 150.43 220 153.07 149.25 -2.61 +2.1 iShAerosp N ITA 1.31e .7 206.56 145.00 303 198.16 1792 205.67 197.00 -6.93 +5.3 iShHltcare N IYH 3.01e 1.7 193.31 153.57 21 181.52 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1.0 20 57.62 36.93 869 51.63 5112 53.30 50.83 -1.64 -3.3 Itus Cp hrs Q ITUS 6.43 .60 441 4.95 2751 5.49 4.52 +.37 +109.7 Iberiabnk Q IBKC 1.48 1.8 22 87.55 68.55 550 83.75 1654 84.90 82.00 -.80 +8.1 Iberia pfB Q IBKCP 1.66 6.2 30.50 25.82 4 26.88 44 26.97 26.60 +.38 -5.3 Iberiab pfC Q IBKCO 1.65 6.1 28.92 26.21 27.05 5 27.20 26.99 +.10 -3.7 iBio A IBIO .55 .14 1154 .26 7023 .29 .23 -.01 +46.9 Icahn Ent Q IEP 7.00f 12.0 24 62.79 47.06 52 58.25 496 60.11 57.21 -1.56 +9.9 IchorHld n Q ICHR 14 35.51 16.82 1011 27.64 7841 30.50 26.31 -1.35 +12.4sIcon PLC Q ICLR 32 124.65 76.46 214 122.21 1624 124.65 117.89 +.02 +9.0 IconixBrnd Q ICON 1 8.30 1.10 2915 1.33 9084 1.52 1.22 +.05 +3.1 Idacorp N IDA 2.36 2.7 21 100.04 79.59 2397 86.10 4309 86.22 81.54 +4.15 -5.8 IdealPower Q IPWR 3.59 1.06 181 1.16 882 1.32 1.11 -.11 -18.3 Identive lf Q INVE 7.81 2.55 33 3.71 165 3.95 3.60 -.13 +11.1 IderaPhm Q IDRA 2.87 1.32 1191 1.95 5643 2.09 1.91 -.12 -7.6 IDEX N IEX 1.48 1.0 34 148.32 89.69 461 147.72 1278 148.26 145.01 +.27 +11.9siKangHlth Q KANG 24 19.58 11.70 862 18.35 6209 19.58 18.19 +.43 +16.1 Ikonics Q IKNX 13.03 7.25 0 9.57 16 9.61 9.00 +.57 +27.3 ITW N ITW 3.12 1.8 35 179.07 129.17 1941 170.96 8825 171.83 167.84 +.66 +2.5sIllumina Q ILMN 51 256.05 158.02 1076 253.91 4169 256.64 250.07 +3.79 +16.2sImageSens Q ISNS 4.80 2.50 215 4.10 881 4.80 3.00 +1.06 +39.0 Imax Corp N IMAX 34.60 17.58 975 20.75 4312 21.38 20.50 +.10 -10.4sImmersn h Q IMMR 12.85 5.76 494 12.66 2457 12.85 12.25 +.17 +79.3 ImmuCell Q ICCC 79 9.25 5.24 4 7.15 22 7.50 7.10 -.12 -18.7 ImmuneDs Q IMDZ 13.05 2.80 322 3.65 2948 4.15 3.60 -.05 -6.4 ImmuneP rs Q IMNP 5.02 .32 282 .36 1780 .42 .36 -.04 -36.7 ImunoCll rs A IMUC 3.60 .17 963 .26 8786 .34 .25 -.06 -17.7sImunoGn Q IMGN 12.15 2.84 7202 12.22 20548 12.38 11.11 +.98 +90.6 Imunmd Q IMMU 18.93 5.00 3805 15.62 12438 17.58 15.62 -1.68 -3.3 Immuron n Q IMRN 16.70 4.47 13 12.30 94 14.50 11.36 +.95 +132.5 Immutep Q IMMP 2.85 1.25 56 1.87 651 2.45 1.85 +.04 +19.1tImpacMtg A IMH 3 17.40 7.51 187 7.94 387 9.73 7.51 -1.67 -21.9 ImpaxLabs Q IPXL 25.70 8.80 1725 21.05 6638 21.30 19.85 +1.15 +26.4tImpOil g A IMO .64f 2.4 53 32.81 26.03 905 26.45 2668 27.54 26.03 -.89 -15.2 Imperva Q IMPV 52.40 37.17 770 46.15 2421 47.70 46.00 -.70 +16.2 Impinj n Q PI 60.85 9.95 1171 13.60 2991 14.34 13.20 -.03 -39.6 ImprimisP Q IMMY 4.69 1.35 74 1.84 402 2.05 1.75 -.15 +8.2sIncOpR A IOR 27 12.08 8.31 0 12.44 3 12.44 10.90 +1.45 +12.2 Incyte Q INCY 153.15 80.85 1978 90.03 10416 96.33 87.36 -4.20 -4.9 IndCDrillg N ICD 5.95 2.72 181 4.28 560 4.53 4.08 -.16 +7.5sIndepHld N IHC .12f .4 29 31.80 17.25 25 33.00 56 33.30 30.40 +2.00 +20.2 IndepRT N IRT .72a 7.9 18 10.63 8.26 1244 9.17 3541 9.22 8.64 +.50 -9.1sIndBkMA Q INDB 1.28 1.7 24 76.30 58.30 248 75.55 485 76.35 73.55 +1.00 +8.2sIndBkMI Q IBCP .60 2.5 21 24.40 18.50 84 24.25 263 24.50 23.85 -.10 +8.5 IndepBkTX Q IBTX .48f .7 23 75.95 51.71 448 73.30 1303 74.65 71.35 -1.10 +8.4 IndiaFd N IFN 1.82e 1.8 28.81 24.37 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1695 15.94 4725 16.32 15.50 -.30 +12.3 Inogen Q INGN 134.97 71.85 209 129.09 617 129.79 117.94 +3.63 +8.4tInovalon n Q INOV .12p 17.80 10.70 1098 10.95 3595 12.05 10.70 -.80 -27.0 InovioPhm Q INO 9.86 3.76 2868 5.15 7672 5.30 4.29 +.64 +24.7 Inphi N IPHI 49.09 23.65 1020 33.27 5592 33.57 31.59 +1.64 -9.1 Inpixon rs Q INPX 138.30 1.15 1210 1.22 7548 1.60 1.17 -.22 -80.6 InseegoCp Q INSG 2.44 .87 594 1.82 2206 2.33 1.80 -.43 +13.0 InsightEnt Q NSIT 12 53.19 32.11 469 35.59 1166 36.36 34.65 -.23 -7.1 InsightS n N INSI 21.10 18.85 14 19.80 87 20.00 19.62 -.10 -.5 Insignia s Q ISIG .70e 2.19 .90 185 1.70 1544 1.82 1.26 +.39 +42.9 Insmed Q INSM 33.94 11.49 1025 25.07 3068 26.60 24.02 -1.16 -19.6sInsperity s N NSP 26 71.55 34.88 440 71.20 1388 71.55 68.65 +.25 +24.1 InspEnt Q INSE 14.00 5.15 301 5.55 363 6.00 5.41 -.30 -43.4 InstlldBPd N IBP 33 79.40 46.65 428 61.35 1153 64.85 60.70 -.50 -19.2 Insteel Q IIIN .12a .4 23 36.94 23.20 257 29.64 602 30.56 28.53 +.29 +4.7 Instructre n N INST 46.50 22.00 275 44.85 1165 45.65 43.75 -.10 +35.5sInsulet Q PODD 85.44 38.43 511 85.23 2588 85.72 78.56 +4.90 +23.5 InsysTher s Q INSY 15.02 4.10 1941 6.44 4745 7.57 6.44 -1.04 -33.1 IntecPhm n Q NTEC 9.80 4.80 23 6.45 398 6.70 6.30 -.15 +25.2sIntegerHl N ITGR 58.05 33.90 731 58.05 2052 58.35 54.00 +4.25 +28.1sIntegLfSc s Q IART 70 57.14 40.51 1034 57.38 3490 57.61 54.45 +2.53 +19.9 IntgDv Q IDTI 45 34.13 22.70 1984 32.74 5937 33.25 31.84 -.06 +10.1tIntegMed n Q IMTE 10.00 3.22 3.38 5 4.12 3.22 -1.49 -40.0sIntel Q INTC 1.20 2.3 19 53.78 33.23 41375 51.17 175503 53.78 50.50 -1.02 +10.9sIntellia n Q NTLA 35.99 11.15 2903 24.61 15661 35.99 24.23 -10.34 +28.0 Intellichk A IDN 4.55 1.80 29 2.86 132 2.86 2.58 +.26 +11.7 IntellgSys A INS 5.15 3.30 0 4.72 7 5.10 4.72 -.29 +3.5tIntelliph Q IPCI 4 2.92 .51 137 .66 2402 .67 .51 +.03 -17.6 Intelsat N I 7.47 2.44 1902 4.90 4795 5.14 4.60 +.04 +44.5sIntParfum Q IPAR .84 1.7 37 48.98 33.72 175 49.15 735 49.30 45.49 +2.15 +13.1 InterXion N INXN 64.00 38.05 313 61.29 2227 61.93 60.28 +.29 +4.0sInteractB Q IBKR .40 .6 48 74.11 33.01 743 71.07 3089 74.11 70.18 -2.69 +20.0 InterceptP Q ICPT 135.59 51.05 521 64.97 3632 69.60 63.80 +.90 +11.2sIntcntlExc s N ICE .80e 1.1 17 76.30 57.91 6165 74.53 17905 76.30 73.85 -.96 +5.6 IntCtlHtls N IHG 69.23 49.03 152 63.21 663 64.27 63.01 -1.04 -.5 InterDig Q IDCC 1.40 1.9 10 93.00 67.55 369 74.75 1603 77.30 74.15 -.65 -1.8 Interface Q TILE .26 1.0 27 26.25 17.83 818 25.15 2746 25.85 24.60 -.50 Intergroup Q INTG 29.00 22.00 2 25.17 4 25.17 24.75 +.72 +5.6 IntlnkEl n Q LINK 9.85 4.89 5.65 38 6.20 5.42 -.35 +8.2 Intermolec Q IMI 1.65 .80 15 1.47 82 1.51 1.41 -.02 +7.3 Internap rs Q INAP 22.36 11.69 273 13.18 1572 14.48 13.03 -.34 -16.1 IntlBcsh Q IBOC .66 1.6 19 42.90 32.50 568 41.45 1320 42.15 40.00 -.30 +4.4 IBM N IBM 6.00 3.7 12 176.33 139.13 8923 160.26 26466 162.11 157.74 +.95 +4.5 IntFlav N IFF 2.76f 2.0 35 157.40 128.42 837 138.74 2637 143.47 136.41 -2.27 -9.1sIntlGmeT n N IGT .80 2.7 30.82 17.25 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97.11 96.67 +.11 -.3 iShCHCda N HEWC 1.41e 1.8 26.97 24.31 1 25.95 10 25.95 25.80 +.29 -1.7 iShJpMinV N JPMV .70e 1.0 72.41 59.58 1 69.56 19 69.79 68.99 +.55 +2.4 iShEafeMV N HEFV 27.90 25.37 3 27.10 17 27.29 26.92 +.51 -1.7 iShEuMinV N EUMV .67e 2.6 26.69 22.63 1 25.38 12 25.65 25.38 -.14 +.2 iShCorEur N IEUR 1.18e 2.3 53.97 43.34 177 50.25 706 50.74 50.08 -.20 +.2tiSh2022Mu N IBMK .09e 26.37 25.43 54 25.47 210 25.51 25.43 -.04 -.8 iSh UAE Q UAE .63e 3.8 18.08 16.34 9 16.70 38 16.73 16.52 -.18 -.6 iSh Qatar Q QAT .66e 4.0 20.04 13.01 2 16.53 80 16.58 15.99 +.97 +2.0 iShYdOpBd N BYLD .75 3.1 26.66 24.30 14 24.37 67 24.42 24.34 -.01 -2.5 iSh2021Mu N IBMJ .07e 26.08 25.31 97 25.42 219 25.43 25.36 +.05 iSHgxUSHY N HHYX .67e 28.14 26.36 1 27.75 2 27.87 27.75 -.01 -.5 iShRussia rs N ERUS 39.23 27.18 586 36.52 2411 37.57 35.86 -1.07 +8.9 iSCHeafe N HEFA .70e 1.6 30.88 26.88 424 28.99 3508 29.19 28.77 -.15 -2.3 iShCHMex N HEWW 1.41p 21.71 19.25 1 19.41 3 19.91 19.41 -.48 -2.9 iShH10yCBd N 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56 18.95 9.60 4 16.20 19 17.12 15.75 -.30 -11.7 ItauCorpb N ITCB 2.48e 17.0 15.76 10.28 3 14.57 14 15.21 14.49 -.15 +8.4 ItauUnibH N ITUB .32e 2.1 16.98 10.02 12447 15.56 43456 16.26 15.39 -.47 +19.8 Iteris Q ITI 8.17 4.84 262 5.67 1061 6.48 5.55 -.29 -18.7 Itron Q ITRI 40 79.95 58.30 550 75.95 1737 77.40 74.40 +.75 +11.4 IturanLoc Q ITRN .96 2.7 18 38.00 28.40 66 35.80 211 36.25 35.05 +.35 +4.7 IvyHiInOp N IVH 1.50a 10.6 16.10 13.92 62 14.17 312 14.50 14.12 -.10 -6.3 Izea n Q IZEA 7.85 1.37 44 4.22 426 4.99 3.86 +.22 -6.6J -:J&J Snack Q JJSF 1.80 1.3 19 157.33 121.20 210 136.69 432 143.57 134.42 -4.66 -10.0 JAlexHld n N JAX 32 12.30 8.70 132 11.35 499 11.90 10.75 +.60 +17.0tJJill n N JILL 14.40 4.74 3504 4.45 12311 7.86 4.42 -3.26 -42.9 j2Global Q JCOM 1.62f 2.0 28 91.48 70.27 815 83.06 2619 85.45 82.41 -.50 +10.7 JA Solar Q JASO 15 8.48 4.82 1419 6.85 3227 7.46 6.85 -.58 -8.2 JBG Smth n N JBGS .23p 35.64 30.79 1476 33.55 3722 34.89 33.34 -.77 -3.4 JD.com Q JD 23 50.68 29.88 14655 44.97 67172 46.31 43.90 -.74 +8.6 JMP Gp27 n N JMPD 25.62 24.11 12 24.99 50 24.99 24.54 +.47 -1.2 JMP Grp N JMP .36 6.9 75 7.70 5.13 21 5.25 200 5.44 5.23 -.11 -6.3 JMP Gp 23 N JMPB 2.00 7.8 26.00 25.10 2 25.73 7 25.78 25.66 +.07 +1.7 JMU Ltd Q JMU 3.25 .80 4 .92 41 .99 .86 -9.8 JPMCh pfE N JPMpE 1.58 6.0 27.70 25.53 25 26.30 156 26.30 26.07 +.13 -2.8 JPMDvsRt N JPGE .96e 1.5 68.02 53.88 9 62.63 40 63.24 62.54 -.36 +.2 JPMIntEq N JPIN 1.08e 1.8 63.18 52.38 71 59.69 965 60.29 59.60 -.37 -.6 JPMDvREm N JPEM 1.31p 64.42 50.28 30 61.43 102 62.79 61.43 -.88 +5.3 JPM DREq N JPUS .26p 74.59 62.32 13 71.84 92 72.62 71.37 -.37 +1.9 JPM DivInt N JPIH 30.65 27.20 2 28.95 7 29.10 28.90 +.29 -3.5 JPMDsfEu N JPEU 64.34 52.00 1 60.35 6 60.78 60.26 -.28 JPM Qual n N JQUA 27.51 24.85 0 26.61 3 26.61 26.52 +.45 +2.0 JPM DivAlt N JPHF 28.92 25.01 34 25.29 294 25.44 25.10 -.13 -3.4 JPM UlSh n N JPST 51.03 48.88 852 50.06 2115 50.10 50.02 -.01 JPM SCap n N JPSE 30.81 27.03 7 29.88 58 30.23 29.53 -.04 +.7 JPM GlB n N JPGB 52.89 50.10 1 50.51 30 50.70 50.50 -.07 -1.3 JPM Disc n N JPHY 52.80 49.80 19 50.18 73 50.44 50.11 -.33 -2.1 JPM USMid N JPME 66.84 56.60 6 65.11 31 65.74 64.55 -.21 +2.1 JPMorgCh N JPM 2.24f 1.9 18 119.33 81.64 19868 115.44 73148 118.75 114.60 -2.60 +7.9 JPMCh pfA N JPMpA 1.36 5.4 26.06 24.52 40 25.28 277 25.29 25.16 +.08 -.4 JPMCh pfB N JPMpB 1.68 6.4 27.82 25.76 25 26.36 206 26.38 26.09 +.16 -2.5tJPMAlerian N AMJ 2.29 9.1 32.84 23.61 4398 25.26 18156 26.69 23.61 -.83 -8.0 JPMCh pfY N JPMpF 1.53 5.8 27.36 25.32 47 26.29 276 26.33 26.11 +.08 -1.4 JPMCh pfG N JPMpG 1.52 5.8 27.43 25.30 48 26.44 207 26.45 26.25 +.11 -2.0 JPMCh pfH N JPMpH 1.54 5.8 27.41 24.03 39 26.48 426 26.50 26.32 +.08 -1.7 JRJR Ntw A JRJR .75 .10 556 .14 4306 .17 .13 -.02 -25.4 Jabil N JBL .32 1.0 18 31.70 23.70 10510 31.37 21192 31.68 28.06 +3.18 +19.5 JackHenry Q JKHY 1.48f 1.2 28 127.31 91.50 614 125.25 2255 125.52 122.93 +1.32 +7.1 JackInBox Q JACK 1.60 1.9 23 113.00 79.30 935 84.85 4015 90.29 83.83 -4.58 -13.5 JksvllBcIL Q JXSB .40 1.2 25 34.99 29.00 5 33.46 15 33.47 33.30 +.01 +4.5 JacobsEng N JEC .60 1.0 24 72.18 49.31 1948 60.95 6708 61.36 59.64 +.15 -7.6 JaggedPk n N JAG 16.55 10.96 2801 12.41 7048 12.50 11.92 +.23 -21.4 JaguarHlth Q JAGX 1.30 .11 8090 .21 89229 .29 .20 -.01 +52.1 JkksPac Q JAKK 5.80 2.10 213 2.20 1216 2.48 2.10 -.15 -6.4 Jamba Q JMBA 10.44 6.71 94 9.19 366 9.43 8.63 -.09 +14.0 JHardie s N JHX .38e 2.1 82 18.79 13.55 2 17.68 36 18.11 17.54 -.31 +.4 JRiverGrp Q JRVR 1.20a 3.3 23 44.34 32.17 473 36.28 1501 37.31 34.32 +1.52 -9.3sJanusSmC Q JSML 39.40 30.16 0 38.66 5 39.40 38.47 -.13 +5.2sJanSmMid Q JSMD 42.67 31.80 5 41.69 13 42.67 41.03 -.02 +7.4 JanLTCar n Q OLD 27.72 21.60 1 22.90 7 23.33 22.66 +.32 -4.3 JanObes n Q SLIM 34.47 23.74 1 32.91 7 33.13 31.88 +.42 +6.1 JanOrgan n Q ORG 36.00 23.99 1 34.17 9 34.25 33.17 +.87 -1.1 JanTailRsk N TRSK .24e .8 33.32 28.89 29.81 61 30.05 29.81 +.16 -4.9 AlpVSVolLC N SPXH .51e 1.5 38.83 32.16 3 33.57 288 34.01 33.36 -.12 -8.2 JanGlQua n Q SGQI 30.10 26.67 0 27.50 127 28.02 27.50 -.29 -5.6 Jan ShDur n N VNLA 50.42 50.05 89 50.06 368 50.10 50.05 -.02 -.2 JanusHn n N JHG 1.28 3.7 41.64 30.24 1980 35.06 5103 36.51 34.83 -1.10 -8.4 JpnSmCap N JOF .13e 1.0 13.06 9.10 10 12.44 255 12.53 12.13 +.28 +5.3sJason Inds Q JASN 3.50 .77 135 3.43 1081 3.50 3.11 +.32 +44.7 JazzPhrm Q JAZZ 19 163.75 128.58 728 154.09 2209 155.70 147.88 +1.66 +14.4 JeldWen n N JELD 42.27 27.61 1275 33.47 4908 33.67 32.41 +1.01 -15.0 JensynAc n Q JSYN 11.10 10.06 10.47 12 10.47 10.42 +.02 +1.6 JensynAc wt Q JSYNW .55 .20 .49 2 .49 .43 +.03 +30.7 JernignC n N JCAP 1.40 7.6 10 24.89 15.90 118 18.42 598 18.82 17.92 +.36 -3.1 JetBlue Q JBLU 13 24.13 18.05 6418 22.59 22357 22.80 21.91 +.59 +1.1 JetPay h Q JTPY 4.90 1.45 239 2.40 296 2.49 2.00 +.30 -5.5 JewettCam Q JCTCF 20 17.90 10.80 3 14.40 12 14.70 14.40 -.20 -4.0 Jianpu n N JT 9.49 4.75 217 6.35 1286 6.46 5.99 +.35 -2.0 JinkoSolar N JKS 14 30.50 15.33 1040 19.35 1972 19.83 18.40 +1.00 -19.5 JBeanTch N JBT .40 .3 47 122.65 82.45 333 121.80 745 122.05 117.55 +4.50 +9.9 JHMultLgC N JHML .10p 37.14 30.35 8 35.84 72 36.36 35.65 -.26 +3.0 JH MultMdC N JHMM .08p 36.30 29.76 40 35.28 186 35.72 35.02 -.25 +3.4 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 11 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, March 17, 2018

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JH MultCns N JHMC .07p 33.38 26.99 4 31.37 5 31.54 31.22 -.05 +2.6 JH MultFin N JHMF .08p 39.70 29.15 8 38.67 19 39.69 38.39 -.63 +5.2 JH MultHltC N JHMH .05p 34.56 27.74 1 32.42 9 32.82 32.36 -.31 +4.1sJH MultTch N JHMT .09p 47.35 33.66 1 46.17 36 47.35 46.07 -.43 +12.4 JH SmCap n N JHSC 28.27 24.27 3 26.36 138 26.65 26.15 -.20 +1.0 JH MultDev N JHMD 32.58 26.38 3 30.60 23 30.85 30.50 -.01 +.6 JH MulCnSt N JHMS 28.79 25.38 26.62 8 27.07 26.57 -.25 -4.0 JH MultInd N JHMI 37.55 29.29 0 35.93 4 36.25 35.73 -.40 +2.4 JH HedgEq N HEQ 1.50 9.1 17.95 15.87 26 16.45 170 16.79 16.40 -.33 -5.5 JH TxAdY N HTY 1.28 14.7 10.25 8.27 16 8.68 129 9.10 8.66 -.38 -1.6 JohnJn N JNJ 3.36 2.5 19 148.32 120.95 14231 133.68 48079 135.70 131.90 -.12 -4.3 JohnContl n N JCI 1.04e 2.8 25 44.37 34.51 7170 36.70 30944 39.69 36.56 -1.58 -3.7 JohnsnOut Q JOUT .48f .7 20 76.18 32.98 56 65.84 180 69.08 64.76 -1.34 +6.0sJointCorp Q JYNT 6.18 3.06 37 6.06 537 6.18 5.41 +.67 +22.2 JonesEngy N JONE 2.80 .73 1210 .99 4258 1.02 .87 -.01 -9.9sJonesLL N JLL .74f .4 30 173.94 101.83 378 174.07 1849 174.56 170.35 +2.39 +16.9 JounceTh n Q JNCE 29.29 11.05 383 26.62 2061 29.25 24.55 +1.66 +108.8 Jumei Intl N JMEI 34 4.20 2.00 638 3.07 4834 3.38 3.02 -.16 +5.1 JnprNtwk N JNPR .72 2.7 14 30.96 23.87 9799 26.29 23791 26.65 26.08 -.14 -7.8sJunprPhm Q JNP 21 12.65 3.65 135 12.15 936 12.80 9.75 +2.85 +150.5 Jupai n N JP .40f 2.0 20 29.00 7.36 172 19.86 1739 22.17 18.55 +.53 +7.4 JustEngy g N JE .41 5 6.35 3.86 317 4.65 1312 4.81 4.59 -.01 +8.4 JustEn pfA N JEpA 27.70 21.29 3 24.75 27 25.09 24.20 +.71 -.5K -:K12 N LRN 74 21.18 14.01 369 14.85 1333 15.05 14.53 -.21 -6.6 K2M Grp Q KTWO 25.99 16.44 398 20.92 1366 20.99 19.25 +1.23 +16.2sKAR Auct N KAR 1.40 2.5 19 56.75 40.27 861 55.87 7501 56.75 55.50 -.77 +10.6 KB FnclGp N KB 63.96 41.10 232 58.31 702 60.17 57.30 -.95 -.3 KB Home N KBH .10 .3 16 38.80 18.73 1747 28.65 10449 30.29 27.98 -.57 -10.3 KBL Merg n Q KBLM 9.95 9.65 9.85 388 9.86 9.82 +.01 +1.4 KBL Mg un Q KBLMU 10.38 9.10 10.34 8 10.37 10.06 -.01 +1.8 KBR Inc N KBR .32 1.9 12 21.70 13.36 1623 16.54 10632 16.92 16.27 +.32 -16.6 KBS Fash rs Q KBSF 15.00 1.41 1018 6.24 5528 11.70 4.85 +1.25 +50.7 KCAP Fin Q KCAP .40m 12.8 4.11 2.91 70 3.13 408 3.14 3.03 +.09 -8.2 KCAPFn 19 N KAP 1.84 7.3 25.99 25.05 2 25.34 4 25.65 25.20 -.09 +.2 KCAP 22 n Q KCAPL 1.53 6.1 25.67 24.65 8 25.15 31 25.24 24.86 +.29 +.2 KEYW Hld Q KEYW 10.50 4.94 2691 7.83 4798 8.30 7.18 +.08 +33.4 KKR N KKR 1.31e 6.0 10 24.50 16.77 1058 21.97 16178 22.89 21.71 -.74 +4.3 KKR pfA N KKR.PRA 27.69 25.45 4 26.46 64 26.50 26.26 -.19 -2.0 KKR pf B N KKRpB 1.63 6.2 27.37 25.31 5 26.21 69 26.31 26.02 +.05 -2.0 KKR Inco N KIO 1.50a 9.4 18.63 15.38 79 15.88 338 15.93 15.75 +.11 -1.1 KKR RE n N KREF 1.39e 23.99 18.09 652 20.70 1011 20.77 20.17 +.55 +3.4sKLA Tnc Q KLAC 3.00f 2.5 17 123.96 87.93 1674 120.62 6182 123.96 119.72 -.53 +14.8sKLX Q KLXI 29 73.21 42.45 870 71.50 2415 73.21 70.37 -1.62 +4.8sKMG Chm N KMG .12 .2 25 70.60 39.63 134 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317 43.90 949 45.00 43.15 -.35 -21.2 Lydall N LDL 16 60.00 42.51 201 48.35 569 50.25 47.20 -1.00 -4.7 LyonBas A N LYB 4.00f 3.7 9 121.95 78.01 4305 107.18 12575 112.83 106.58 -5.10 -2.8M -:M III Aq un Q MIII 10.42 9.72 3 10.08 64 10.27 9.96 -.17 +1.6 M&T Bk N MTB 3.00 1.6 21 197.37 141.12 1299 190.37 3215 197.35 189.35 -6.44 +11.3 MACOM Q MTSI 65.99 17.84 1086 21.15 5936 23.89 20.97 -2.16 -35.0 MAG Slv g A MAG 14.91 9.29 518 10.40 1384 10.94 9.94 +.46 -15.9 MAM Soft Q MAMS 20 9.42 5.91 7.69 96 7.87 7.60 -.02 +2.3 MB Fncl Q MBFI .96f 2.2 18 47.64 38.29 938 44.19 2531 45.05 43.17 -.48 -.7 MB Fin pfC Q MBFIO .39p 26.48 24.20 26 25.00 174 25.13 24.89 +.03 -4.9 MBIA N MBI 10.72 6.04 1528 8.70 5388 8.94 8.36 +.14 +18.9 MBT Fnl Q MBTF .24a 2.3 16 12.10 9.25 116 10.45 410 10.50 10.15 +.20 -1.4 MCBC n Q MCFT 24 28.62 15.16 195 25.58 1121 27.68 25.34 -.83 +15.1 MDC N MDC 1.20f 4.2 10 35.18 26.73 766 28.81 4327 30.16 28.13 +.63 -9.6 MDC Pr gs Q MDCA .84 11.4 2 12.26 6.80 424 7.40 1845 8.00 7.35 -.05 -24.1 MDU Res N MDU .79 2.9 23 28.22 24.29 4153 27.55 9130 27.70 26.58 +1.07 +2.5 MEI Phrm Q MEIP 3.26 1.48 99 2.09 377 2.28 2.06 -.07 -.5 MER Tel rs Q MTSL 4.49 1.31 4 1.84 72 1.99 1.77 -.07 -12.8 MFA Fncl N MFA .80 10.5 10 8.90 6.72 2514 7.64 13231 7.72 7.50 +.14 -3.5 MFA Fn42 N MFO 2.00 7.7 26.36 25.17 2 26.03 20 26.18 25.76 -.19 -1.3 MFA pfB N MFApB 1.88 7.4 25.89 24.53 7 25.35 39 25.45 25.01 +.28 +.2 MFC Bcp N MFCB 9.70 5.69 1 6.22 35 6.27 6.17 +.02 -20.2tMFS CAMu A CCA .60 5.7 14.00 10.52 6 10.50 34 10.66 10.49 -.13 -8.8 MCR N MCR .72a 8.8 8.76 8.00 34 8.16 388 8.23 8.10 -3.8tMGF N MGF .41 8.9 5.03 4.57 46 4.59 290 4.65 4.57 -.02 -4.2tMFS HInM N CXE .30 6.1 5.51 4.86 97 4.89 399 4.96 4.86 -6.7 MFS HYMu N CMU .28 6.2 4.89 4.38 58 4.42 324 4.48 4.40 -4.3 MFS IHI N CIF .25 8.6 3.03 2.55 39 2.88 292 2.92 2.82 +.01 -2.0tMIN N MIN .42 10.8 4.38 3.90 299 3.89 948 3.99 3.89 -.04 -6.3 MFS InvG N CXH .50 5.4 10.33 9.27 7 9.39 178 9.48 9.33 +.09 -3.3 MMT N MMT .52 9.0 6.29 5.65 90 5.76 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-3.00 +8.2 MSB Fin Q MSBF .12a .7 19.30 15.05 7 18.05 156 18.30 17.20 +.08 +1.4 MSC Ind N MSM 2.32f 2.4 23 104.59 65.42 1373 95.63 4682 96.56 92.03 +2.23 -1.1sMSCI Inc N MSCI 1.52 1.0 47 155.44 95.01 1301 154.98 3877 155.94 150.91 +1.86 +22.5 MSG Netw N MSGN 11 26.30 16.25 504 25.05 1562 25.50 24.80 -.25 +23.7 MTGE Inv Q MTGE 2.00f 11.1 5 20.00 15.75 372 17.95 1444 18.10 17.65 +.30 -3.0 MTGE pfA Q MTGEP 2.03 7.9 27.42 25.00 3 25.64 14 25.66 25.40 +.22 -1.8 MTS Q MTSC 1.20 2.2 15 57.50 44.65 309 53.55 578 54.00 52.45 +1.50 -.3 MV OilTr N MVO .76e 9.6 6 9.80 4.80 8 7.86 40 7.93 7.58 +.10 -6.4tMVB Fin n Q MVBF .03p 20.40 18.05 33 18.03 153 20.10 18.01 -1.97 -10.3 MVC Cap N MVC .60f 5.9 10.97 8.59 18 10.10 274 10.23 9.86 -4.4 MVC 22 n N MVCD 1.56 6.1 27.25 25.25 15 25.50 44 25.54 25.32 +.06 -1.3 MYOS Q MYOS 3.59 1.03 26 1.26 157 1.36 1.22 -.03 -7.1 MYR Grp Q MYRG 28 43.49 23.00 254 35.20 760 37.80 34.56 -1.58 -1.5 MacQUtlDv N MFD 1.20 10.1 14.75 11.78 24 11.83 115 12.30 11.83 -.15 -4.8 MacQGInf N MGU 1.48 6.6 26.50 21.78 48 22.49 237 23.38 22.39 +.13 -12.8 Macatawa Q MCBC .24 2.3 21 10.66 8.87 105 10.51 205 10.58 10.34 -.01 +5.1 Macerich N MAC 2.96 5.0 32 69.73 52.12 2609 58.93 8071 60.01 57.45 +.91 -10.3 MackCali N CLI .80 4.5 8 28.57 16.67 1022 17.76 3720 17.81 17.15 +.38 -16.9 MackFn Q MFNC .48 2.9 14 16.80 13.16 5 16.45 19 16.45 16.12 +.11 +3.5 Macquarie N MIC 5.76f 14.9 7 81.74 37.03 2137 38.55 7531 40.93 37.85 -1.59 -40.0 MacroGen Q MGNX 32.74 14.36 567 29.69 1574 32.08 29.68 -.89 +56.3 Macys N M 1.51 5.2 10 31.04 17.41 11000 28.90 48675 30.29 28.56 +.40 +14.7 MadCvCall N MCN .72 9.7 8.15 7.15 22 7.42 235 7.74 7.42 -.12 -3.9sMadSqGd n N MSG 76 254.50 189.96 166 243.87 871 254.50 243.06 -.75 +15.7 MadStSec N MSP 1.04 9.0 12.37 10.72 4 11.61 75 11.97 11.51 -.02 -.9 MadrigP rs Q MDGL 154.75 13.09 1045 113.81 3310 144.79 104.10 -24.94 +24.0 Magal Q MAGS 8.00 4.13 2 6.02 64 6.16 5.90 +.07 +19.0 MagellnHlt Q MGLN 24 109.80 64.05 269 108.25 845 109.20 103.05 +3.60 +12.1tMagellMid N MMP 3.68f 5.9 18 78.12 57.29 2849 62.49 9534 64.73 57.29 -.80 -11.9 MagicSft Q MGIC .26e 3.1 21 9.50 7.40 8 8.40 79 8.60 8.35 -.15 +.3 MagicJack Q CALL 8.90 5.55 74 8.40 454 8.40 8.35 +.05 -.6 Magna g s N MGA 1.32f 2.4 10 59.99 39.50 1239 55.64 6759 56.64 53.02 +2.34 -1.8 MagnaChip N MX 7 13.40 8.05 266 10.40 1591 10.70 10.10 +.25 +4.5 MagneG rs Q MNGA 75.00 .91 1853 .99 13168 1.26 .92 -.01 -79.4 MagyarBc Q MGYR 70 13.95 12.01 0 12.68 3 12.75 12.51 +.13 -.9 MaidenH Q MHLD .60 9.0 15.18 5.55 1486 6.65 3454 6.70 6.25 +.30 +.8tMaiden prA N MHpA 2.06 10.2 25.88 18.83 21 20.12 163 20.50 18.83 -.23 -18.5 Maiden pfC N MHpC 1.78 9.8 26.67 16.73 17 18.11 65 18.82 17.83 -.46 -25.8 MaidnH pfD N MHpD 1.68 10.1 25.05 14.85 5 16.66 62 17.09 16.43 -.18 -20.4 MaidenHld n N MHLA .60 3.2 27.28 17.50 4 18.75 35 19.46 18.51 -.07 -18.5 MaidHld 43 N MHNC 1.94 9.5 27.34 18.64 13 20.51 90 20.94 20.28 -.43 -16.0 MainStCap N MAIN 2.22a 6.0 12 41.79 34.37 259 36.91 1354 37.72 36.59 -.04 -7.1sMainSrce Q MSFG .72 1.8 21 41.07 30.82 157 40.18 526 41.07 39.56 -.28 +10.7 MainSDTMu N MMD 1.18 6.3 20.49 18.63 53 18.75 251 18.90 18.70 -.03 -5.4 Majesco n A MJCO 6.43 4.35 18 5.34 111 5.70 5.11 +.06 -.6 MMyTrip Q MMYT 40.90 22.40 252 34.95 2490 36.80 33.40 +1.25 +17.1 MalibuBoat Q MBUU 34 36.81 20.52 212 33.42 1097 36.15 32.87 -1.51 +12.4 Mallinckdt N MNK 49.12 15.27 5090 16.09 17528 16.83 15.61 -.36 -28.7 MalvernBc Q MLVF 15 28.20 20.05 49 26.40 92 26.83 25.40 +.60 +.8sMamEngy n Q TUSK 33.67 10.88 282 29.02 1937 33.67 27.34 -3.28 +47.8 ManTech Q MANT 1.00f 1.9 18 62.24 33.50 1782 53.09 3437 58.47 52.63 -5.36 +5.8 MgdDInvG N MZF .74 5.5 14.17 12.97 16 13.52 120 13.61 13.24 +.30 +.7 ManchUtd N MANU .36 1.8 1 22.15 15.86 12 19.75 96 20.10 19.25 +.10 -.3 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 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ManhAssc Q MANH 26 54.21 39.63 630 44.27 2435 45.78 43.60 -1.21 -10.6sManhBrCa Q LOAN .48f 7.5 16 6.40 4.65 31 6.40 93 6.50 6.25 +.15 +7.7 Manitex Q MNTX 12.04 6.21 64 10.64 277 11.80 10.18 -1.13 +10.8 Manitowc rs N MTW 44.03 21.00 647 29.72 3700 30.60 28.78 -.25 -24.5 MannKd rs Q MNKD 6.96 .67 1097 2.60 8749 2.80 2.53 -.12 +12.1 Mannatech Q MTEX .50 3.1 8 18.00 12.51 5 16.30 50 16.30 13.95 +2.17 +8.7 ManngNap N MN .32 9.8 14 6.00 2.95 8 3.25 135 3.70 3.20 -.45 -9.7 ManpwrGp N MAN 1.86 1.5 15 136.93 97.15 476 122.32 2230 123.28 119.54 -.04 -3.0 Manulife g N MFC .44 22.16 16.62 2404 18.67 10632 18.90 18.51 -.21 -10.5 MarathnO N MRO .20 1.3 19.52 10.55 19254 15.12 69133 15.41 14.74 -.10 -10.7 MaraPat rs Q MARA 10.03 .50 1672 1.65 23864 2.55 1.58 +.11 -59.9 MarathPt s N MPC 1.84 2.6 17 73.53 47.78 5927 69.68 20806 70.48 67.45 -.54 +5.6 MarchxB Q MCHX .50e 3.13 2.14 166 2.85 896 2.99 2.81 -.08 +3.4sMarcusMill N MMI 22 36.70 23.22 278 35.76 1391 36.70 35.48 -.09 +9.7 Marcus N MCS .50 1.7 24 34.90 23.55 232 30.20 564 30.80 29.45 +.55 +10.4tMarinSft rs N MRIN 15.45 6.95 24 7.05 59 7.45 6.85 -.15 -35.6 MarPet Q MARPS .32e 8.7 8 4.75 2.83 4 3.69 23 3.69 3.12 +.29 +8.5 MarineP N MPX .28 1.9 26 17.12 10.26 47 14.59 113 15.30 14.00 -.66 +14.5 MarineMx N HZO 20 24.30 13.80 559 20.70 1227 21.35 19.60 -.45 +9.5 MarinusPh Q MRNS 9.87 1.13 474 4.32 3042 4.50 4.11 +.05 -47.1sMarkel N MKL 45 1157.30 936.95 60 1159.31 180 1164.70 1130.00 +14.31 +1.8sMktAxess Q MKTX 1.68f .7 61 227.06 171.45 265 224.59 1359 227.06 218.20 +5.71 +11.3 MarlinBs Q MRLN .56 2.0 20 29.95 20.26 66 28.45 160 28.70 26.80 +1.30 +27.0 MAR Q MAR 1.32 .9 36 149.21 86.25 2596 141.06 11535 143.67 140.67 -2.23 +3.9 MarriotVac N VAC 1.60 1.1 23 154.14 93.30 281 141.78 881 150.00 140.85 -6.43 +4.9 Marrone Q MBII 2.30 .85 320 1.70 1873 1.77 1.50 -.07 +54.5 MarshM N MMC 1.50 1.8 23 86.54 71.79 2372 84.33 10748 85.94 83.17 -1.54 +3.6 MartenTr s Q MRTN .10 .4 38 29.60 12.99 486 23.75 1944 23.90 22.65 +.88 +17.0 MartMM N MLM 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53.52 +.17 +2.2 Nielsen plc N NLSN 1.36 4.1 19 43.61 31.90 3530 33.50 12736 34.12 33.40 +.09 -8.0 NightstTh n Q NITE 24.94 10.05 24 13.52 106 14.02 12.50 +.37 +3.0 NikeB s N NKE .80 1.2 29 70.25 50.35 12838 65.91 39017 67.69 65.67 -.39 +5.4 NoahHldgs N NOAH 27 55.50 24.63 285 47.38 1783 50.88 45.25 -2.97 +2.4 NobilisH n A HLTH 2.10 1.10 300 1.60 2345 1.65 1.45 +.15 +18.5 NobleCorp N NE .08 1.9 6.46 3.14 7299 4.11 24072 4.46 3.94 -.16 -9.1 NobleEngy N NBL .40 1.4 30 35.74 22.99 5532 29.40 24186 31.40 29.08 -1.68 +.9 NobleMid n N NBLX 1.76 12 57.98 41.90 207 49.37 642 50.43 45.11 +.87 -1.3 NokiaCp N NOK .17e 3.0 6.65 4.51 10492 5.73 61017 5.94 5.71 -.16 +23.0 NomadF n N NOMD 17.32 10.77 1123 16.53 4616 16.93 16.38 -.21 -2.2 Nomura N NMR 6.83 5.28 106 5.99 889 6.11 5.96 -.05 +2.9sNoodles Q NDLS 7.40 3.35 251 7.60 1157 7.70 6.15 +.55 +44.8 Norbord n N OSB 1.29 3.6 41.88 27.00 168 36.19 708 36.83 34.77 +1.55 +7.0 NordicAOff N NAO .18 15.1 1.60 .80 38 1.19 698 1.20 1.08 +.03 -.8 NordicAm N 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.40 2.4 22 19.08 15.27 348 16.67 652 16.80 16.23 +.09 -2.4 Nthrim Q NRIM .96f 2.7 15 38.15 26.31 37 36.05 77 36.05 35.30 +.40 +6.5 NorthropG N NOC 4.40f 1.3 36 359.43 233.20 1170 338.63 4906 352.83 338.06 -11.01 +10.3 NStREur n N NRE .60 4.8 14.70 10.08 450 12.60 3085 12.95 10.49 +2.12 -6.2 NwstBcsh Q NWBI .68f 4.0 18 17.78 14.95 1598 17.17 3160 17.25 16.97 -.02 +2.6 NwstNG N NWN 1.88 3.3 69.50 51.50 401 57.00 1026 57.05 55.08 +2.15 -4.4sNwstPipe Q NWPX 21.36 12.41 101 19.78 224 21.36 19.36 -.94 +3.3 NorwCruis N NCLH 18 61.48 46.96 2470 56.12 9138 57.43 55.23 -1.03 +5.4 NorwdFn s Q NWFL .88 2.9 24 35.72 24.33 16 30.73 41 30.73 28.80 +.69 -6.9 NovaLfstyl Q NVFY 3.10 1.06 79 2.10 307 2.13 1.97 +.03 -12.5 NovaMeas Q NVMI 17 31.88 16.16 113 28.61 653 29.00 27.82 -.08 +10.4 NovaBay rs A NBY 5.00 2.25 3 3.40 20 3.60 3.11 +.20 -11.7 NovaGld g A NG 5.47 3.35 4295 4.08 9714 4.21 3.90 +.12 +3.8 Novan n Q NOVN 7.85 2.82 50 3.35 171 3.49 3.14 -.06 -20.6 Novanta Q NOVT 60.30 25.85 316 56.95 844 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22.82 22.58 +.08 -4.8tNuvMultM N JMM .48 6.6 7.77 7.21 2 7.32 43 7.32 7.21 +.04 -3.9 NvMuI N NMI .50a 4.2 13.30 10.77 9 11.85 233 12.87 11.58 +.08 +2.4tNuvMuVal N NUV .39a 4.2 10.46 9.37 396 9.38 1759 9.49 9.37 -.05 -7.4tNv AMT-Fr N NUW .78a 4.9 18.59 15.81 32 15.86 145 16.00 15.80 -8.1sNvNq100Dy Q QQQX 1.48 5.8 27.23 19.58 119 25.42 814 27.23 25.42 -.87 +5.0tNuvNJDiv N NXJ .82a 6.3 14.04 13.00 76 13.01 394 13.16 13.00 -.01 -5.0tNNYDvA N NAN .80a 6.3 14.57 12.68 70 12.73 491 12.83 12.68 -.05 -8.0tNNYMV N NNY .39a 4.2 10.65 9.10 18 9.19 191 9.21 9.10 +.03 -3.3tNuvNYSel N NXN .55 4.3 14.37 12.70 3 12.72 37 12.85 12.70 -6.7tNNCPI N NNC .59a 4.8 13.67 12.25 17 12.28 109 12.37 12.24 -.01 -4.8tNOHQI N NUO .80 5.8 15.46 13.75 22 13.75 152 13.94 13.72 -.08 -6.1tNvPA N NQP .81a 6.5 13.78 12.43 50 12.42 240 12.57 12.42 -.07 -5.6 NuvPf&Inc N JPI 1.95a 8.2 25.61 23.00 32 23.75 296 23.96 23.69 +.02 -4.1 NvPfdInco N JPC .80 8.2 10.75 9.60 162 9.84 1186 9.96 9.82 -4.8 NuvQPf2 N JPS .70 7.3 10.47 9.24 315 9.54 2338 9.64 9.51 +.03 -6.5 NuvREAst N JRI 1.49a 9.0 19.00 15.75 32 16.47 292 16.78 16.42 -.01 -7.5 NuvEqtP N BXMX 1.00 7.4 14.54 13.01 183 13.47 887 13.88 13.45 -.12 -5.5 NEqPrmG N SPXX 1.04 6.0 18.85 14.28 31 17.30 241 18.30 17.28 -.40 -.1tNvSMM N NIM .31a 3.2 10.55 9.50 9 9.55 136 9.61 9.49 +.01 -4.1tNSTFI N NXP .55a 3.9 15.16 13.85 21 13.93 146 14.01 13.85 +.04 -4.7 NSTFI2 N NXQ .53a 4.0 14.33 13.29 21 13.34 264 13.52 13.30 -.10 -4.3 NSTFI3 N NXR .55a 3.9 15.69 13.98 16 14.22 96 14.36 14.04 +.12 -6.4 NuvSnIn N NSL .42 6.5 7.02 6.28 42 6.46 374 6.54 6.44 -.02 -.8 NuShDCrd N JSD 1.16a 7.0 18.41 16.45 31 16.59 286 17.27 16.52 -.61 -.2 Nv TA Div N JTD 1.23 7.3 18.44 14.41 128 16.94 255 17.69 16.90 -.17 -3.6 NvTxATR N JTA 1.04 7.7 14.69 11.86 26 13.40 160 14.09 13.40 -.26 -3.9 NTXQI N NTX .65 5.0 14.94 12.42 7 13.17 47 13.35 13.15 -.08 -8.2 NVAPI N NPV .65a 5.4 13.46 12.15 47 12.22 164 12.38 12.17 -.04 -4.7sNuverEnv n A NES 26.50 9.25 4 21.58 97 26.50 18.54 -2.70 +18.7sNvidia Q NVDA .60 .2 61 254.50 95.49 9972 250.48 68179 254.50 246.04 +5.15 +29.4 NxStageMd Q NXTM 30.80 20.45 413 24.00 2207 24.65 23.86 -.37 -.9 Nxt-ID rs Q NXTD 8.59 1.01 402 2.53 4388 2.82 2.41 +.08 -27.7 NymoxPh Q NYMX 5.10 3.00 222 3.75 702 3.75 3.42 +.32 +13.6O -: O2Micro Q OIIM 2.60 1.32 112 1.37 217 1.57 1.36 -.18 -17.9 OCI Ptrs N OCIP .70e 7.4 59 10.35 6.76 21 9.40 56 9.60 9.06 +.10 +16.8 OFG Bncp N OFG .24 2.0 10 12.25 7.80 573 12.05 1350 12.08 11.60 +.15 +28.2 OFG pfA N OFGpA 1.78 7.5 25.70 21.39 3 23.77 5 24.00 23.41 +.47 -1.4 OFG pfB N OFGpB 1.75 7.7 24.78 20.77 4 22.87 18 22.94 22.50 +.11 +3.7 OFG pfD N OFGpD 1.78 7.5 25.24 21.29 7 23.66 20 24.10 23.31 +.34 +5.4 OFS Cap Q OFS 1.36a 11.2 9 15.23 10.80 88 12.17 281 12.26 11.87 +.33 +2.3 OGE Engy N OGE 1.33 4.2 17 37.32 29.59 4323 32.00 12141 32.18 31.14 +.65 -2.8 OHA Inv Q OHAI .08 6.3 1.81 .85 24 1.27 135 1.34 1.23 +.01 +10.4 OM AsstM N OMAM .32 2.0 17 18.62 13.20 576 15.75 4213 16.19 15.57 -.20 -6.0 ONEGas N OGS 1.84f 2.8 21 79.51 62.20 460 66.04 1869 66.21 64.36 +1.37 -9.9 OReillyAu Q ORLY 17 279.23 169.43 914 251.16 3316 253.44 246.01 +.65 +4.4 OSI Sys Q OSIS 40 96.64 50.50 250 67.67 862 69.39 66.53 -.79 +5.1 OakVlyBcp Q OVLY .26e 1.2 19 23.89 12.71 10 22.11 38 22.11 20.84 +.00 +13.2tOaktreeC N OAK 3.34e 8.3 12 48.50 39.70 224 40.40 1809 41.38 39.70 -.70 -4.0 OaktrSpL Q OCSL .34m 7.9 5.91 3.90 640 4.32 2372 4.55 4.27 -.09 -11.7 OaktrSp28 Q OCSLL 1.53 6.2 26.75 24.01 7 24.73 17 24.73 24.48 +.14 -1.9 OaktStInco Q OCSI .56m 7.2 10 9.20 7.03 74 7.81 314 7.92 7.72 +.07 -7.0 OasisMid n N OMP 19.65 15.57 17 17.33 265 17.46 16.47 -.15 -.6 OasisPet N OAS 15.27 6.69 8590 8.25 38471 8.43 8.01 -.08 -1.9 OasmiaPh n Q OASM .02p 3.17 .80 8 1.38 37 1.49 1.31 +.01 +56.8 ObalonT n Q OBLN 13.18 3.40 140 4.11 454 4.30 3.86 -.15 -37.8 ObsEva n Q OBSV 15.81 5.00 14 13.40 101 14.13 12.96 -.60 +37.3 Obsidian g N OBE 1.76 .82 585 .94 4700 .98 .90 -.02 -24.4 OcciPet N OXY 3.08 4.8 78.09 57.20 6189 64.45 25812 64.93 63.21 +.78 -12.5 OceanBio Q OBCI .06e 5.71 3.51 2 3.85 32 3.91 3.80 +.06 -11.3 OceanPw rs Q OPTT 3.67 1.02 915 1.21 3256 1.22 1.14 +.03 +10.0 vjOceanR rs Q ORIG 437.88 20.22 248 25.00 822 26.54 24.78 -.56 -6.7 Oceaneerg N OII .60 3.1 28.21 17.11 2804 19.26 8729 19.57 17.93 +.16 -8.9 OceanFst Q OCFC .60 2.2 17 29.51 24.02 422 27.67 1598 28.29 26.73 -.36 +5.4 Och-Ziff N OZM .87e 31.6 31 3.95 2.15 260 2.75 1721 2.85 2.70 -.05 +10.0 Oclaro Q OCLR 12 10.93 5.61 7564 9.93 135437 10.20 9.66 +2.08 +47.3 OconeeFed Q OFED .40 1.4 32 30.49 24.56 8 29.14 21 29.40 28.02 -.26 +1.5 OcularTher Q OCUL 11.79 3.30 1857 7.08 3419 7.39 5.89 +1.18 +59.1 OcwenFn N OCN 5.69 2.12 1889 4.45 6599 4.45 4.25 +.20 +42.2 OdonateT n Q ODT 32.00 15.15 977 23.25 1443 29.75 22.13 -5.46 -7.0 OdysMr rsh Q OMEX 5.34 2.98 42 3.90 192 4.68 3.70 -.45 +3.4 OfficeDpt Q ODP .10 4.2 5 6.26 2.27 9467 2.36 25763 2.57 2.30 -.10 -33.3 OhioValB Q OVBC .84 1.9 28 43.85 28.00 17 43.20 61 43.25 39.95 +2.10 +6.9 OhrPhar h Q OHRP 2.18 .21 224 .25 1891 .25 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52 24.42 23.80 -.17 -5.3 PTC Inc Q PTC 81.72 50.68 970 80.38 3981 81.49 78.58 -.34 +32.3 PTC Thera Q PTCT 31.25 8.12 2578 30.20 6638 31.18 27.95 +1.41 +81.1 PVH Corp N PVH .15 .1 19 157.96 89.52 835 143.77 4094 144.96 141.10 +.70 +4.8 PacWstBc Q PACW 2.00 3.8 18 57.08 43.08 3224 52.96 6931 54.31 51.74 -1.16 +5.1 Paccar Q PCAR 1.00 1.5 14 79.69 61.93 6263 67.74 17206 69.26 66.13 -1.33 -4.7 PcrTrnd750 N PTLC 30.73 24.80 174 29.53 687 30.02 29.41 -.35 +3.1 PcrTrnd450 N PTMC 32.86 26.99 45 31.79 183 32.21 31.43 -.19 +2.2sPcrTrnd100 N PTNQ 33.90 25.04 80 33.14 165 33.90 33.10 -.24 +9.6 PacrCash n N GCOW 34.59 29.33 15 31.35 100 31.59 30.99 -.04 -.4 PacrTrendp N PTEU 33.39 25.50 84 30.10 200 30.11 30.01 +.00 -2.0 Pacr Wlth n N PWS 27.67 23.99 11 26.32 63 26.80 26.29 -.32 +4.3 Pac Cash n N CALF 27.16 22.60 3 26.58 16 26.76 26.31 +.16 +1.8 PacDvCsh n N ICOW 31.03 25.13 7 29.15 38 29.68 28.98 -.12 -.7 PacBiosci Q PACB 5.70 2.21 1743 2.59 4435 2.86 2.59 -.19 -1.9 PacifCstOil N ROYT .15e 6.7 5 2.75 1.36 94 2.21 437 2.24 2.14 +.03 +13.9 PacEthanol Q PEIX 7.58 3.10 1105 3.55 3871 4.15 3.50 +.20 -22.0 PacGE pfA A PCGpA 1.50 5.8 33.50 21.19 4 26.00 55 26.53 25.40 +.47 -7.8 PacGE pfB A PCGpB 1.37 5.7 33.00 23.01 2 24.10 19 24.19 23.66 +.06 -6.7 PacGE pfC A PCGpC 1.25 5.6 29.01 21.40 1 22.40 5 23.24 22.38 -.98 -8.9 PacGE pfD A PCGpD 1.25 5.7 26.95 20.94 1 21.97 19 22.49 21.45 +.93 -9.0 PacGE pfE A PCGpE 1.25 5.7 29.48 20.75 3 21.85 7 21.99 21.34 +.59 -11.4 PacGE pfG A PCGpG 1.20 5.7 32.05 19.49 0 21.21 9 22.25 20.70 +.50 -13.7 PacGE pfH A PCGpH 1.12 5.6 29.54 18.99 2 20.05 9 20.40 19.25 +.42 -13.1 PacGE pfI A PCGpI 1.09 5.6 26.84 19.21 1 19.64 2 21.13 19.25 +.10 -12.9 PacMerc Q PMBC 26 9.85 6.85 47 9.45 127 9.45 9.00 +.15 +8.0 PacPreBc Q PPBI 29 46.05 32.05 1050 44.15 3160 45.75 44.00 -.85 +10.4 PaciraPhm Q PCRX 52.48 29.35 1023 30.90 4828 33.15 29.65 -1.00 -32.3 PackAmer N PKG 2.52 2.1 21 131.13 88.47 2762 118.51 5201 121.97 116.65 -.72 -1.7sPagsegur n N PAGS 37.75 30.69 1036 34.62 7096 37.75 34.39 -.63 +9.2 PainThr rs Q PTIE 12.80 3.10 73 7.15 604 8.15 6.82 -.61 +78.8 PalatinTch A PTN 1.05 .29 832 .97 4200 1.00 .93 +.03 +12.9sPaloAltNet N PANW 191.53 107.31 1256 187.46 7303 191.53 187.11 -1.05 +29.3 PampaEng N PAM 72.98 48.76 119 63.82 1653 65.88 62.66 +.31 -5.1 PanASlv Q PAAS .14f .9 19 19.56 13.99 3110 15.34 6985 16.03 15.24 -.19 -1.4 Pandora N P 12.13 4.09 7244 5.14 46733 5.31 4.96 +.16 +6.6 PangaeaL Q PANL 3 8.40 2.13 49 3.17 117 3.24 2.92 -.03 -13.9 PanhO&G N PHX .16 .8 94 25.30 17.55 65 18.85 169 20.13 18.45 -.55 -8.3 PapaJohns Q PZZA .90 1.5 22 85.20 54.00 1027 59.01 4839 63.72 58.87 -2.81 +5.2 PapaMurph Q FRSH 6.80 3.50 198 5.50 1125 5.75 4.85 +.62 +2.2 ParTech N PAR 26 12.19 6.91 35 10.50 150 11.78 10.50 -.94 +12.3 ParaGold n A PZG 3 1.83 1.16 37 1.33 127 1.34 1.28 +.01 +2.3 ParamtGp N PGRE .40f 2.7 17.25 13.70 1196 14.65 8157 14.72 14.35 +.20 -7.6 ParatekPh Q PRTK 29.00 11.85 699 14.40 2501 15.45 14.30 -19.6 Paretem rs A TEUM 3.39 .50 1196 2.86 6238 2.98 2.72 +.01 +38.2 ParkCity Q PCYG 49 15.00 8.10 37 10.20 244 10.75 9.90 -.60 +6.8 ParkEl N PKE .40 2.2 42 20.46 13.88 340 17.91 862 18.00 17.39 +.24 +5.1 ParkHot n N PK 2.20f 8.1 29.93 23.91 4650 27.31 16256 27.39 26.65 +.31 -5.0 ParkNatl A PRK 3.76 3.4 20 116.75 92.42 121 110.80 226 110.80 105.29 +3.80 +6.5 ParkOh Q PKOH .50 1.2 19 47.90 34.25 51 42.95 117 43.95 41.67 -.05 -6.5 ParkeBcp Q PKBK .48 2.2 14 23.00 10.97 57 21.65 98 21.65 20.10 +.70 +5.4tParkDrl N PKD 1.85 .75 1493 .79 6264 .86 .75 -.04 -21.5 ParkerHan N PH 2.64 1.4 23 212.80 151.17 1181 182.71 4613 187.24 178.91 -3.87 -8.5 ParkrVs rs Q PRKR 2.72 .78 131 .89 4178 1.11 .86 +.09 -15.8 ParsleyEn N PE 44 33.07 21.12 2897 26.57 16209 27.38 26.07 -.23 -9.7 PrtnrCm Q PTNR 21 6.60 4.60 2 4.78 19 5.04 4.77 -.18 -22.3 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 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