FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMONTICELLO, Utah-Friday, Wayne’s boys and girls cross country teams competed at the Loyd’s Lake Classic, hosted by Monticello High School.The Badgers’ girl’s squad placed eighth posting 121 points, with host Monticello netting 18 points to take the title.In the 3-mile run,Wayne’s boys were led by West Saunders (24th place), Miles Guerrero (27th place) and Mavrik Brown (53rd place).In the girl’s varsity 3-mile run, Wayne’s Felicity Williams placed 14th, Kenna Stephenson finished 32nd, Shaleen Nelson placed 35th and Allee Van Dyke finished 44th overall. Tags: Allee Van Dyke/Felicity Williams/Kenna Stephenson/Mavrik Brown/Miles Guerrero/Shaleen Nelson/Wayne Cross Country/West Saunders Written by September 1, 2018 /Sports News – Local Wayne Girls Place 8th at Loyd’s Lake Classic Brad James
December 22, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 12/22 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballNon-RegionMT. PLEASANT, Utah-Max Robinson nailed a go-ahead 3-pointer in the closing seconds and the Richfield Wildcats outlasted North Sanpete 44-42 in non-region boys basketball action Tuesday. Robinson had 10 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists for the Wildcats while Connor Holroyd posted 12 points and 7 rebounds on 5-5 shooting for Richfield. The Wildcats improved to 4-5 with the win.Richfield prevails 44-42 over North Sanpete and improves to 4-5. North Sanpete falls to 4-2. The Wildcats are a plucky squad and they found a way. Rand Janes’ squads always compete. Holroyd with 12/7 on 5-5 for Richfield. Tyrel Morley with 12 for the Hawks in defeat.— Brad James (@BradfatherSpeak) December 23, 2020Tyrel Morley had 12 points and 4 rebounds in the loss for the Hawks, dropping them to 4-3 on the season. Trevon Morley added 10 points and 5 boards in defeat for North Sanpete.Richfield resumes the season January 8 at Emery to commence their Region 12 season. North Sanpete’s season will resume January 6 as they host American Leadership in what will be their third Region 14 game of the season. The Hawks have previously lost to Manti and defeated Maeser Prep in region play.TROPIC, Utah-Conner Crum led the way with 15 points as the Beaver Beavers edged Bryce Valley 49-46 in non-region boys basketball action Tuesday. Treyson Roberts had a game-high 24 points in the loss for the Mustangs.PRICE, Utah-Ty Allred netted 23 points as the Juab Wasps edgded Carbon 62-61 Tuesday in non-region boys basketball action. Preston Condie had 14 points and 7 rebounds in the loss for the Dinos.ENTERPRISE, Utah-Tyler Hiatt stepped up with 15 points and the Enterprise Wolves got past Panguitch 53-48 in overtime Tueday in non-region boys basketball action. Ryker Hatch led the Bobcats in defeat with 15 points.Girls BasketballNon-RegionMANTI, Utah-Kassidy Alder posted 16 points and the Manti Templars pounded North Sevier 59-32 in non-region girls basketball action Tuesday. Mila Torgerson led the Wolves with 13 points in the loss.ENTERPRISE, Utah-Noah Moyle led the way with 13 points and the Enterprise Wolves routed Panguitch 51-26 Tuesday in non-region girls basketball action. Abbee Holman had 12 points for the Bobcats in defeat.BEAVER, Utah-Avery Brown amassed 15 points and the Beaver Beavers decimated Gunnison Valley 81-25 in non-region girls basketball action Tuesday. Kayzia Caldwell had 8 points in defeat for the Bulldogs.STANSBURY PARK, UTAH-Ainsley Thurber posted 24 points and the Stansbury Stallions gashed Juab 55-39 Tuesday in non-region girls basketball action. Avia Stowell had 14 points for the Wasps in the loss.MONROE, Utah-Aspen Okerlund led the way with 13 points and the South Sevier Rams humbled Millard 42-33 in non-region girls basketball action Tuesday. Kara Camp had 13 points for the Eagles in defeat. Written by Tags: Roundup Brad James
View post tag: Defense NATO Ships Drop Anchors in Sevastopol, Ukraine View post tag: Maritime View post tag: ships On Thursday morning, 29 August 2013, three NATO ships assigned to Standing NATO Mine Counter-Measures Group TWO (SNMCMG2) arrived in Sevastopol for a scheduled visit to the Black Sea port.Under the command of Commander Matthias Seipel, German Navy, the Group includes the flagship FGS MOSEL and FGS ROTTWEIL of the German Navy and TCG ERDEMLI of the Turkish Navy.“We are very happy to be visiting this historic port,” said Seipel. “The Ukraine is one of NATO’s most valued partners, and we appreciate every opportunity we have to engage with our Ukrainian Navy counterparts.”During the visit, the NATO forces will exercise together with their Ukrainian counterparts, conducting personnel exchange visits in port.In conjunction with the port visit by SNMCMG2, NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM) Deputy Commander, Vice Admiral Christian Canova, will conduct a courtesy visit to the port, home to the Ukrainian Navy.“These opportunities to work together in close fashion not only strengthen NATO ties to our Ukrainian partners, but they also provide invaluable chances to improve interoperability and cooperation in areas of shared interest,” said Canova. “These types of interaction pay real dividends when our forces continue to work together far from our homes in support of NATO’s counter-terrorism Operation ACTIVE ENDEAVOUR and counter-piracy Operation OCEAN SHIELD.”[mappress]Press Release, August 29, 2013; Image: NATO ACO View post tag: Anchors View post tag: Sevastopol View post tag: News by topic Authorities Share this article View post tag: Ukraine View post tag: NATO August 29, 2013 View post tag: Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today NATO Ships Drop Anchors in Sevastopol, Ukraine View post tag: Cooperation View post tag: Defence View post tag: drop View post tag: Naval
A ‘free university’ set up by squatters over the summer has found a new home after being evicted from their previous building.The self-titled ‘Pleb’s College’ was set up in August in an abandoned factory off Cowley Road with the aim of creating a space where anyone could go for free to participate in or lead workshops, discussions, activities or lessons. It also provided an area for people to socialise and enjoy occasional free meals.Despite getting a considerable amount of support from the local community, the group was evicted by the owners of the building on the September 6th and was homeless until last Thursday when they announced on their blog that they had found a new home in an abandoned office building on Union Street in Cowley.There are currently around six people living in the building including some of the main organisers of the project. They told Cherwell that they became aware that the property had been empty for some months and found that they could get in without any criminal damage. Current law which states that if a building is abandoned, the squatters get in without breaking and entering, and they advertise their presence with appropriate signs then it is simply a civic matter between the owners and the squatters rather than an issue for the Police. Pleb’s College therefore claims legal status as legitimate squatters.However, not everyone agrees that this should be possible and there has been pressure on the government to criminalise squatting.Christopher Pruijsen, a second-year PPE-ist from Univ, commented, ‘They should be prosecuted, in the civil court. But law should be reformed and squatters should be legally forced to pay the going market rental rate for every day they squat in any property’.Ben Hudson from Regent’s Park takes a more sympathetic view to the dquatter’s mission: ‘We’re not talking about what the Daily Mail calls squatting, when someone pops out to get some milk and a family of eighteen gypsies move in and drink their Cava. By making use of empty buildings, squatters such as those staying at Pleb’s College can create something important for the community.”Nicola Sugden, the co-chair of the Labour Club, agreed with Hudson and added, “squatting is generally a sign that the state has failed to provide people with the shelter and/or community space that they need.”The national campaign group Squatters’ Action for Secure Homes (SQUASH) is trying to prevent the government from criminalising squatting and argues that the right to take shelter in abandoned buildings has been enshrined in British Law for over 100 years. They add that criminalising squatters would be very detrimental to the community particularly given that over 40 percent of people currently squatting suffer from mental health issues.‘Pleb’s College’ is intended to be both a shelter for homeless or vulnerable people and a provider of education, discussion and skill-sharing in the community. Some of the organisers involved are graduates of Oxford University but, when asked how he felt about the University, one commented, “it is somewhere of privilege, elitism and hierarchy that is not open to everyone especially with the increase in fees.” He suggested that this was part of his motivation to open a space where “everyone can teach and everyone can learn.”The Pleb’s college hosts a huge variety of events to which anyone can turn up and take part and also welcomes anyone who would like to start up their own activity. The next ‘free university’ session will be this Saturday.
(Jon Zimney/95.3 MNC) The University of Alabama is planning a pair of football games with the Fighting Irish in the coming decade.A home and away series with the Crimson Tide and Notre Dame was announced Thursday, part of the SEC school’s non-conference schedule reaching up to the year 2035.Alabama will travel to South Bend for a game in 2028, and the Irish will head to Tuscaloosa in 2029. By Tommie Lee – June 18, 2020 0 425 Pinterest Previous articleCity of Plymouth announces Mayor’s Month of Music lineupNext articleMan forces South Shore to shut down after climbing on top of the train Tommie Lee Alabama, Notre Dame to play home and away series by end of decade Google+ Pinterest IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend MarketSports WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Twitter
Widespread Panic is preparing to enter their third night at the Capitol Theatre tonight and have surprised fans with a live stream of the show.Marking the band’s first time back to the legendary venue since 1992, WSMFP has been pulling out all the stops this weekend with bust-outs, rarities, and all the jams. Tonight concludes the triumphant run at the Port Chester, New York venue, before heading to Durham, North Carolina next weekend for another three-night run.Tune in at 8:00 pm ET to watch the first few songs for free or click here to donate any amount to watch the night’s stream. All proceeds go to supporting music education via Tunes For Tots.Widespread Panic – The Capitol Theatre | 3/24/19[Video: Relix Channel]For ticketing information and a full list of Widespread Panic’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website.
We’re totally freaking out right now! After receiving a developmental lab last year, Freaky Friday is officially heading to the stage thanks to those folks over at Disney Theatrical Productions (Aladdin, The Lion King)! Directed by Christopher Ashley, with choreography by Sergio Trujillo, the musical comedy will feature a book by Bridget Carpenter, and a score by the Tony-winning Next to Normal team Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey. The production is scheduled to play a limited engagement October 4 through November 13 at the Signature Theatre in Arlington, VA.When an overworked mother and her teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just one day to put things right again before mom’s big wedding. Freaky Friday, based on the novel by Mary Rodgers and hit 1976 and 2003 Disney films, is a contemporary update of an American classic in which a mother and daughter really see what it is to be a family and experience first-hand each other’s lives, if only for a day.No word yet on casting, but since Idina Menzel headlined Kitt and Yorkey’s last Main Stem show, If/Then, we’re already crossing fingers and toes that the Broadway supernova will be heading back to the boards sooner rather than later…Following Freaky Friday’s premiere at Signature, the show will be available for licensing to theaters via Music Theatre International. View Comments
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享CNBC:The wind energy industry installed 51.3 gigawatts (GW) of new capacity last year, a 3.6 percent fall when compared to 2017’s growth, the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) said Tuesday.Despite this reduction, the international trade association said that the growth of the worldwide wind market had “been stable” since 2014, with more than 50 GW of new capacity installed each year.Total installed capacity stood at 591 GW at the end of 2018, which represents an increase of 9.6 percent compared to the end of 2017, the GWEC added. Installed capacity relates to how much energy can be produced at maximum output, not what is currently being generated.GWEC CEO Ben Backwell said that China had led “both onshore and offshore growth,” adding that “huge growth” was expected in Asia “through the coming decade and beyond.” Breaking the figures down, the onshore sector was responsible for 46.8 GW of new capacity in 2018, while the offshore wind market added 4.49 GW.Looking ahead, the GWEC’s Director of Market Intelligence Karin Ohlenforst said that the organization expected “55 GW or more to be added each year until 2023,” adding that the offshore marked would “grow on a global scale.”More: China leads the way as wind energy sees another year of stable growth Trade group says global wind capacity climbed to 591GW in 2018
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 39-year-old Bay Shore man was killed in Huntington early Wednesday morning, Suffolk County police said.A 911 caller reported that a man was unconscious and covered in blood on Clinton Avenue and when officers arrived, they found Edwin Rivera lying on the ground next to his Mercedes at 3:17 a.m.The victim was taken to Huntington Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s office performed an autopsy and ruled his death to be criminal.Homicide Squad detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information on this case to call them at 631-852-6392 or call anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
MexicoBBVA, the largest bank in Mexico, has predicted that the coronavirus outbreak will cause the economy to contract by 4.5 percent in 2020.The Spanish bank said Mexican exports would be hard hit by a reduction in demand from the United States, its largest trading partner, if virus containment measures continue.BBVA also said remittances sent to family members in Mexico could be hit by rising unemployment in the United States.Other banks, such as Barclays and Credit Suisse, predicted the economy would shrink by 2-4 percent. Panama Panama will allow the cruise ship Zaandam — operated by the Holland America cruise line — to sail through its canal even though there are 42 people aboard the ship with flu-like symptoms, Health Minister Rosario Turner said Wednesday.The ship, with 1,800 passengers aboard, set sail on March 7 from Buenos Aires, with the destination of San Antonio, on the central coast of Chile.But the ship had to alter its plans when ports along the way stopped it from docking due to the coronavirus crisis.Every ship that reaches Panama must present a list of sick people, “and if we suspect there are people with respiratory problems, they cannot land,” Turner said.The Zaandam is set to cross the 80-kilometer inter-oceanic canal on Thursday and meet up on the Caribbean side with another cruise ship, the Rotterdam, which is to deliver supplies and kits to test for the COVID-19 virus.Its aim is to reach Fort Lauderdale, Florida on March 30, the cruise line said.There have been 558 cases of the new coronavirus in Panama, including eight deaths. More police and soldiers have been deployed to enforce the measures, Anez said.There are narrow exceptions to who can cross the border and times at which people can be outside, Anez said. ColombiaA three-week total lockdown began just after midnight Tuesday.”Stay at home, prevent the virus from spreading and save lives,” said President Ivan Duque.Colombia, population 48 million, will be locked up until April 12.Nearly 500 cases of the deadly virus have been reported in Colombia.The capital city Bogota had already been on lockdown on orders from the mayor since Sunday. Countries across Latin America tightened measures on Wednesday to halt the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus, with more lockdowns, border closings and school closures as well as increased aid to the region’s poorest.As cases of COVID-19 cases continue to rise — more than 7,400 and 123 deaths up to now — Bolivia and Colombia became the latest countries to impose a total lockdown, while Chile extended its schools closures until the end of April.Here are the latest measures taken in several Latin American countries: BoliviaBolivia is closing its borders and ordering a strict lockdown until April 15 starting at midnight Wednesday, President Jeanine Anez said, as she declared a state of “sanitary emergency.”The measures are designed to add teeth to a lockdown that was ordered on Sunday but has largely been ignored. Chile Some 1.3 million residents of Santiago — including those of the Chilean capital’s most affluent neighborhoods — will be on lockdown for least a week starting at 0100 GMT Thursday, officials said.This followed orders extending school closures until May. Classes were suspended on March 16, just under two weeks after the first novel coronavirus case was recorded.The lockdown areas “concentrate the greatest number of cases, and the movement of people can generate more contagions,” said Health Minister Jaime Manalich.”This means that people will have to stay at home,” he emphasized.Chile has more than 1,100 recorded infections and three deaths from the virus. Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro has warned of possible “chaos” and the “looting” of supermarkets if state shutdowns ordered by the governors of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro aren’t ended.Bolsonaro, who has repeatedly scoffed at the severity of the deadly pandemic, had previously criticized the closing of schools and businesses in Sao Paulo and Rio states, two of the country’s most populous states.”Companies aren’t producing anything. They can’t pay their employees. And if the economy collapses, there won’t be any way to pay public officials. We are facing chaos,” Bolsonaro said.If that happened and supermarkets were looted, he said, “we’ll have chaos plus the virus.” Honduras Soldiers have begun distributing food to locked-down residents of the poorest neighborhoods of the capital Tegucigalpa.President Juan Orlando Hernandez said 800,000 poor families — 3.2 million people — would receive food to ensure they stayed indoors.Honduras has recorded 36 COVID-19 cases so far. Uruguay Dueling demos: labor activists and their supporters banged of pots and pans from balconies late Wednesday demanding measures that would protect workers during the coronavirus crisis — only to be met by government supporters singing the national anthem at the exact same time.There are 217 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Uruguay. Topics :