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REMAINING FIXTURES Hereford: Sporting Khalsa (a) April 19, Heanor (h) April 23, Coventry Sphinx (a) April 25, Shepshed Dynamo (a) April 30.On the left is newly-appointed Midland Daily News Editor Tony Lascari. Gary Glenn, R-Larkin Township, who recently issued an "agenda alert" on social media in response to news of Lascari's promotion. Gary Glenn, R-Larkin Township, has responded to the outcry over recent posts on social media with a public apology.John's Lutheran Church and School in Midland after he was outed by the gay and lesbian entertainment website Queerty. According to screenshots obtained by Queerty, Makela was soliciting sex from men on the app Grindr.The married father of five reportedly confirmed the authenticity of the screenshots to Queerty but declined to comment.Of the nearly 2,300 people who voted in an MLive poll asking "Do you want your elected officials tweeting about anyone's sexual orientation?
SATURDAY, APRIL 23 Hereford can win it at Edgar Street next Saturday against Heanor Town, although that is unlikely.The title will also be Hereford's if Alvechurch draw both matches and, realistically even if Ian Long's side gain four points in the two matches, given Hereford's vastly superior goal difference. If Hereford win their next two games (Sporting Khalsa on Tuesday and Heanor next Saturday), they will be champions at Coventry with a victory, regardless what Alvechurch do in the next week.As long as Hereford win both of their matches, that is. Alvechurch have two games in hand of Hereford and can take the race into the last game of the season if they do their bit and the Bulls drop enough points."Voters who supported me, and those who didn't, deserve my best and most measured judgment -- all the time." Here is that initial tweet from Glenn, sent out at a.m.Sunday, March 22: The newly-elected state representative also published a similar post on Facebook, briefly summarizing the Midland Daily News story about Lascari's promotion.