Here are your curling headlines for Tuesday, December 16th:
* Team Val Sweeting moves into first in the Canadian Team Ranking System women’s standings.
* Team Jennifer Jones and Team Kevin Koe to compete in Karuizawa International Curling Championships 2014.
* Bob Weeks’ Blog: Team Jennifer Jones deserves Canadian Press team of the year award.
* Alan Steel and Royal Caledonian Curling Club announce sponsorship of 2015 Indoor Grand Match.
* First annual Iowa Games Bonspiel takes place January 30-31, 2015.
* Almonte Curling Club receives grant from Ontario Trillium Foundation.
* The University of Nebraska and University of Tennessee Curling Clubs will play for the Tennebraska Cup, college curling’s first rivalry trophy, on February 7th in Omaha.
* Wilf Seal, 95-year-old curler, keeps going strong.
* A bid to open a curling-specific facility in Deeside, Wales has been launched.
* Team Charlie Richard qualifies for the Ontario Curling Association junior men’s championship January 7-11 in Galt.
* Daniel Austin: Early success has Team Rob Collins headed in right direction.
* A trio of Lower Island rinks qualify for Canadian Direct Insurance B.C. Men’s Curling Championship.
* Truro Curling Club’s learn-to-curl sessions teach the basics.
* Wisconsin High School Curling: Stevens Point Area Senior High splits with Wausau West.