Headlines: Sun & clouds with a slight chance of showers today and tomorrow…and HOT HEAT! / RCMP looking for woman who went missing in Moncton / City of Moncton clearing up social media myths about our drinking water / Moncton businesses showing their pride / Should Moncton Events Centre have a name before it…uh…gets a name? / Fisher Cats rained out / Jays trade Happ to Yankees
Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)
Today: Sun & clouds. A chance of showers late afternoon. High 29. Humidex 36.
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low 18.
Tomorrow: Sun & clouds. A slight chance of showers in the afternoon. High 29. Humidex 34.
Sunday: Sun & clouds. High 28.
— RCMP New Brunswick (@RCMPNB) July 26, 2018
The Codiac RCMP needs your help locating a missing 24-year-old woman. Miranda Mooney, who is from Springdale, N.B., but recently living in Moncton, was last seen on Tuesday (July 24th), near Mountain Road and reported missing to police on Wednesday. Police have followed up several leads to try and locate her but have so far been unsuccessful. Her family and police are concerned for her well-being. She is described as being approximately 5’2″ tall, weighing approximately 110 lbs. She has light brown hair, blue eyes and has several tattoos. Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Miranda Mooney is asked to contact the Codiac Regional RCMP at 506-857-2400.
— City of Moncton (@CityofMoncton) July 26, 2018
After the announcement about blue green algae at the Turtle Creek watershed earlier this week the City of Moncton had to put out a little more info regarding our drinking water and where it comes from and where it doesn’t come from yesterday…They stressed again that the water is safe to drink and staff are doing tests every day. Then they had to say that recreational activities like swimming and canoeing and other things are not allowed at Turtle Creek. They also talked about how you can go paddling and do other boating activities in places like Irishtown and at Jones Lake…but that our drinking water doesn’t come from those places. Lastly they had to say that there was no connection between the unfortunate death of some dogs in another area of the province and the blue green algae in Turtle Creek…that was being discussed on social media apparently.
— CBC New Brunswick (@CBCNB) July 27, 2018
— CTV Atlantic (@CTVAtlantic) July 27, 2018
The 2018 Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series
Riverglade is proud to be Round 7 of the Motocross Round in the Rockstar Energy Triple Crown series.
7:30am – Riders Meeting (Mandatory)
8:00am – 250 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Unseeded
8:20am – 250 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Seeded
8:40am – 450 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Seeded
9:00am – 450 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Unseeded
9:20am – WMX Practice (10mins)
9:35am – Track Maintenance
10:00am – Rockstar Pit Party Starts
10:00am – 250 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Unseeded
10:20am – 250 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Seeded
10:40am – 450 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Seeded
11:00am – 450 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Unseeded
**11:10am WMX staging is CLOSED
11:25am – WMX Hot lap
11:30pm – WMX Moto 1 (12mins +1 laps)
11:50pm – WMX podium interviews/ Track
**12:45pm – 250 Pro staging is CLOSED
1:00pm – Opening Ceremonies
1:05pm – 250 Pro Hot lap
1:10pm – 250 Pro Moto1 Start (25min + 2laps)
1:40pm – 250 Pro Podium interviews / Track Maintenance
**1:45pm – 450 Pro Staging is CLOSED
2:05pm – 450 Pro Hot Lap
2:10pm – 450 Pro Moto 1 Start (30mins + 2laps)
2:45pm – 450 Pro Podium interviews / Track maintenance
**2:30pm WMX staging is CLOSED
2:45pm – WMX Hot lap
2:50pm – WMX Moto 2 (12mins +1 laps)
3:10pm – WMX podium interviews/ Track maintenance
**3:15pm – 250 Pro Staging CLOSED
3:35pm – 250 Pro Hot Lap
3:40pm – 250 Pro Moto 2 Start (25min + 2laps)
4:15pm – 250 Pro Podium Interviews / Track maintenance
**4:15pm – 450 Pro Staging CLOSED
4:35pm – 450 Hot Lap
4:40pm – 450 Moto 2 Start (30mins + 2laps)
5:15pm – 450 Podium Interviews
Weekend pass Adult – $50
Weekend pass Kid – $30
Saturday Only Adult – $35
Saturday Only Kids – $20
Sunday Only Adult- $15
Sunday Only Kids – $10
Kids Under 4 – FREE
Get directions to the track HERE.
Buy tickets online HERE. (tickets also available at the gate)
— scotty horsman (@scottyhorsman) July 25, 2018
All counties are open for burning pic.twitter.com/Q6Gs8K3pzP
— NB Forest Fires (@NBForestFires) July 26, 2018
The Moncton Fisher Cats got rained out last night in Saint John. That game will be rescheduled. Moncton plays in Miramichi tomorrow night. The Ironman visit the Fisher Cats at Kiwanis park on Sunday night at 7. Moncton has a record of 13-11 on the season and currently sits in second place behind Chatham. Get the rest of the Fisher Cats schedule HERE.
— New York Post Sports (@nypostsports) July 26, 2018
Get all the scores HERE.