Day: May 19, 2022

SportE, a Web3 innovative Fitness-to-earn (F2E) application, is launching its Alpha season on May 15 for sport enthusiastic

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam, May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The concept of Move-to-Earn has been in the radar of running users, and captured the attention of great investors for quite some time. Move-to-Earn applications allow users to earn passive income while engaging in physical activities.

However, as for the name Move-to-Earn, it is almost certain that these apps usually focus and support Running. Though there is so much more that can be achieved in the sporting world, such as boxing, soccer, basketball, and other hundred types of sports! This raises one huge problem, “How are we going to integrate everyone’s individual choice of physical activities into the world of metaverse?”

Welcome to SportE!

What the world needs is not only Move-to-Earn, but actually Fitness-to-Earn (F2E). SportE was invented to serve this great purpose, and sets a goal to make F2E a lifestyle for everyone. It is an

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For 90 years, Dauby’s has provided sports equipment to athletes. But who was Dauby? Looking back:

Dauby's Sports Center on W. 41st Street in Sioux Falls.

Dauby’s Sports Center on W. 41st Street in Sioux Falls.

Dauby’s Sports Center has been a fixture in Sioux Falls since 1934. From the beginning, school sporting equipment, team equipment, and uniforms for a variety of activities have been sold there. The first question is, who or what is Dauby?

Herbert C. “Dauby” Daubenberger was born September 20, 1898, in the northeast Iowa town of McGregor. There he attended public schools, graduating from high school in 1916. He attended Grinnell College, east of Des Moines, where he excelled in track and basketball before graduating in 1920. In 1921, he took a job coaching high school football at Colfax, Iowa, just east of Grinnell, an occupation he seemed suited for. He continued coaching there until 1927, at which point he took a job at Aberdeen Central high school, coaching the Golden Eagles. Under his leadership, the Eagles won the Eastern South

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Senate adopts impeachment rules | News

BY a vote of 5 to 3, the Senate on Thursday adopted the impeachment rules proposed by the Committee on Judiciary, Government, Law and Federal Relations and the Committee on Executive Appointments and Governmental Regulations.

The rules were adopted as Senate Resolution 22-1, which was introduced by Senate President Jude U. Hofschneider, a Republican from Tinian.

Floor amendments were proposed by minority bloc Sens. Edith Deleon Guerrero, a Saipan Democrat, and Paul Manglona, a Rota independent, and put to a vote, but these were rejected, 3 to 5.

Joining Deleon Guerrero and Manglona in voting for the amendments was Rota Independent Sen. Teresita Santos.

Senate Vice President Justo Quitugua, a Saipan Republican, was absent.

The other senators are Republicans Francisco Cruz of Tinan, Victor Hocog of Rota, Karl King-Nabors of Tinian, and Vinnie Sablan of Saipan, the running mate of Republican Gov. Ralph DLG Torres.

Special session

Senate President Hofschneider

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