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(Courtesy Warren Miller Entertainment) Marcus Caston, a professional skier from Salt Lake City, is just a dot as he races down a chute between a pair of rock walls on a Norwegian mountainside in Warren Miller’s 68th ski film, “Line of Descent,” whose national tour will be launched Friday at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City. (Courtesy Warren Miller Entertainment) A regular in Warren Miller movies, Kaylin Richardson of Park City shows up in the 68th winter classic, “Line of Descent,” cutting through the deep powder of a Norwegian mountain that ended at a fjord. (Courtesy Warren Miller Entertainment) Jeremy Jensen, founder of Grassroots Powdersurfing, a Logan company that manufactures binding free snowboards that allow riders to surf through deep powder, is shown jumping over a snowcat in British Columbia in the 68th Warren Miller ski film, “Line of Descent,” whose national tour begins Friday at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City.
I believed it. We’re kind of in it right now. We just need to keep going and not stop until the whole thing is over. Not to mention that elective classes fill up, even the required ones. I guess, or at least as much. Kids run and play. Robert Shankland, 45, was found dead in Glenrothes, Fife, on Tuesday night.Kevin McDonagh, 23, Dean Smith, 19, and Paris Green, 21, appeared in private at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court yesterday.They made no plea or declaration and were remanded in custody.A resident in Brodie Court, where Robert’s body was discovered, added: “I was watching the Scotland match and I heard my buzzer ring.”I don’t answer it at night so I left it, but then there was a knock at the door and it was the police.”They told me they were dealing with an incident but they’d try to keep the noise down and I was to stay in my flat.”I saw them arresting two people. They were in handcuffs and were taken away in a police van.”Yesterday, a police incident unit remained parked directly outside the block of flats, while police and forensic officers combed the flat for clues.One neighbour said: “This is not a rough area.”There are a lot of families who live here and I’ve always felt safe. I can’t believe this has happened.”Chief Inspector Derek McEwan said: “I would like to assure the communities of Glenrothes this appears to be an isolated incident..