October 1, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 10/1 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailGirls Soccer2A SouthFILLMORE, Utah-Kara Camp and Rylee Miller each scored as the Millard Eagles played Parowan to a 2-2 draw Tuesday in 2A South Region girls soccer action. Laci Sissener scored both goals for the Rams.Region 12RICHFIELD, Utah-Brittan Tait scored twice as the Richfield Wildcats downed the Emery Spartans 6-2 in Region 12 girls soccer action Tuesday. Kate Robinson, Macey Pace, Nora Foster and Sadie Yardley also scored for the Wildcats in the rout.BLANDING, Utah-Emily Jacobsen scored two goals and the San Juan Broncos topped South Sevier 5-0 Tuesday in Region 12 girls soccer action.Region 14LINDON, Utah-The Juab Wasps exploded for five second-half goals as they routed Maeser Prep 7-2 Tuesday in Region 14 girls soccer action.SPANISH FORK, Utah-Megan Olson amassed four goals as the Manti Templars routed American Leadership 8-0 in Region 14 girls soccer action Tuesday. Brynlee Golding added a pair of goals and Janessa Bridges and Kassidy Alder also scored for Manti. Katie Larsen earned the shutout for the Templars.DELTA, Utah-Savannah Nielson posted five goals and Addison Nielson added a hat trick as the Delta Rabbits pummeled Union 9-1 Tuesday in Region 14 girls soccer action. Cynthia Chavez also scored in the win for Delta.VolleyballRegion 14NEPHI, Utah-The Juab Wasps downed Maeser 3-0 in Region 14 volleyball action Tuesday. The Wasps prevailed 25-20, 25-19 and 25-16 to get the straight sets win over the Lions.DELTA, Utah-The Delta Rabbits smacked Manti 3-0 Tuesday in Region 14 volleyball action at the Palladium. The Rabbits prevailed 25-13, 25-15 and 25-16 to ovepower the Templars.ROOSEVELT, Utah-The Union Cougars pounded North Sanpete 3-0 in Region 14 volleyball action Tuesday. The Cougars gashed the Hawks 25-10, 25-9 and 25-15 to earn the straight sets victory.Region 16SALINA, Utah-The North Summit Braves made quick work of North Sevier with a 3-0 sweep Tuesday in Region 16 volleyball action. The Braves prevailed over the Wolves 25-11, 25-19 and 25-13 to earn the straight sets win.MONTICELLO, Utah-The Gunnison Valley Bulldogs waxed Monticello 3-1 in Region 16 volleyball action Tuesday. The Bulldogs prevailed 25-23, 25-23, 20-25 and 25-23 to earn the victory.Region 18ENTERPRISE, Utah-The Enterprise Wolves stonewalled Kanab 3-1 Tuesday in Region 18 volleyball action. The Wolves prevailed 21-25, 25-21, 26-24 and 25-16.Non-RegionCASTLE DALE, Utah-The Millard Eagles pulled out a thrilling five set win over the Emery Spartans 3-2 Tuesday in non-region volleyball action.EUREKA, Utah-The Milford Tigers swept the Tintic Miners 3-0 Tuesday in non-region volleyball action. Milford won 25-15, 25-16, 25-11.Girls TennisNon-RegionMONROE, Utah-The South Sevier Rams beat Millard 4-1 Tuesday in non-region girls tennis action. The Rams won with Gabby Carter in 2nd singles, Hannah Gay in 3rd singles, Morgan Blackburn and Aubree Robinson in 1st doubles and Cecilia Corpino and Katelyn Sorenson in 2nd doubles. Written by Tags: Roundup Brad James
View post tag: Defence View post tag: Niedersachsen FGS Niedersachsen Members Evacuated to Hospital Back to overview,Home naval-today FGS Niedersachsen Members Evacuated to Hospital View post tag: FGS Share this article Training & Education View post tag: Evacuated September 11, 2013 View post tag: members On Saturday 7 September, two members of the EU Naval Force (EU NAVFOR) warship FGS Niedersachsen were evacuated due to medical reasons to a hospital in Salalah, Oman. The ship had been conducting counter piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden off the coast of Somalia.The ship broke from counter-piracy operations and closed the coast of Oman’s Port Salalah, shortly after the ship launched its embarked “Sea Lynx” board helicopter with the ship’s doctor and both patients on board to land and take them to the hospital.“The required specialist-focused capabilities for this medical issues were not available on board, so we decided to bring the two crew members to a medical specialist assessment to a hospital in Salalah” said the doctor of the FGS Niedersachsen.The two soldiers were treated at the hospital and are making a recovery. One crew member is already back on board, the second colleague was transferred back to Germany for further specialist treatment there.“The cooperation with the local authorities and the embassy in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) was excellent, which made it possible to treat the two crew members as quickly as possible.” said Commander Kurt Leonards, commanding officer of the German frigate.Medical transfers are a routine operation carried out by units of EU NAVFOR. In the past, their units have also assisted merchant ships transiting the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean who have required medical attention.In general, the ships deployed with Operation Atalanta also have extensive medical facilities onboard, however if a member of the ships company of any unit requires medical assistance beyond that treatable onboard they will be transferred to the nearest better equipped unit or the nearest hospital within the region. The hospitals suitable for such transfers are regularly checked to ensure they meet medical standards. The safety of crews of ships is of the highest priority for the Commanding Officers of units and operations.Sunday 8 September, following the evacuation, the German warship returned to her counter-piracy duties.[mappress]Press Release, September 11, 2013; Image: EU Navfor View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Hospital View post tag: Defense
Back to overview,Home naval-today ITS Carabiniere, JDS Suzunami Exercise in Gulf of Aden View post tag: Italian Navy Training & Education View post tag: Japanese Navy Share this article ITS Carabiniere, JDS Suzunami Exercise in Gulf of Aden View post tag: EU NAVFOR On Wednesday 06 January 2016, Operation Atalanta warship, ITS Carabiniere, and Japanese warship, JDS Suzunami, met at sea to conduct joint exercises in the Gulf of Aden.After a visit by Rear Admiral Barbieri to JDS Suzunami, the exercise began in earnest, with the two ships closing each other’s position to conduct joint maritime training.Commenting on the training, Rear Admiral Barbieri said: “Exercises such as this help to strengthen the cooperation and integration between different counter-piracy forces, whose common aim is to combat piracy off the coast of Somalia and improve security at sea.”On completion of the exercise, both ships resumed their counter-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden.[mappress mapid=”17588″] January 13, 2016 View post tag: Gulf of Aden
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American Legion Post 524 is offering a lunch menu to the public on Wednesdays. The well-attended Ocean City American Legion Post 524 Wednesday lunches between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. will return on Jan. 8.The public is invited to enjoy a selection of hoagies, hot and cold sandwiches, soup, salad, and dessert for $7. Coffee, soda and iced tea are available for just $1.Takeout orders are accepted by calling (609) 398-1751 by 11 a.m.Delivery is offered for larger orders.The Post 524 family of veterans, auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion thanks the public for its continuing support of these activities.The Post is located at 46th Street and West Avenue.
CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Pinterest WhatsApp Logansport Tyson plant reopens with new precautions to prevent COVID-19 spread Twitter Facebook Google+ By Network Indiana – May 15, 2020 0 429 Twitter Previous articleCountywide drive-thru food drive planned for Elkhart CountyNext articleOvernight thunderstorms result in power outages for thousands Network Indiana Facebook (Photo supplied/Tyson Foods) Logansport’s Tyson pork processing plant isn’t the only meatpacking plant to face a coronavirus outbreak. Dozens of plants across the country have been among the nation’s hottest hotspots.The eight worst virus outbreaks in the country are all tied either to prisons or meat processing plants. One of every 24 people in Cass County has tested positive for the virus after Tyson workers began getting sick. In Delphi, Indiana Packers closed for 13 days as a precaution and tested all its workers and contractors — 300 came back positive, some without symptoms.Brigid Kelly with United Food and Commercial Workers Local 700, which represents the Tyson plant, says the typical layout of meatpacking plants is different from other factories, even other food processors. Workers are shoulder-to-shoulder, eliminating the social distancing critical to minimizing the virus’s spread.The Logansport and Delphi pork plants both reopened last week with new precautions. Kelly says the union has worked with Tyson to implement Plexiglas dividers between workstations, changes to the breakroom, masks and sanitizer for employees, and more frequent cleaning. Indiana Packers says it’s taken similar measures, and is staggering work shifts and break times so fewer people are in one place at the same time. Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp
Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 9, 2015 Related Shows View Comments It Shoulda Been You Here comes Lisa Howard, in her first-ever Broadway starring role in It Shoulda Been You! The Priscilla Queen of the Desert, 9 to 5 and Spelling Bee alum plays Jenny, who is walking down the aisle (well, to cheer on her sister, the bride) in the wacky musical comedy. Directed by Tony winner David Hyde Pierce and written by Barbara Anselmi and Pierce’s husband Brian Hargrove, the wedding hijinks officially begin when the show opens April 14 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. During a break from her side gig as a fit model (more about that below), Howard chatted with Broadway.com about her dressing roommate Sierra Boggess and why she almost had to give up her role.Hi, Lisa!Hi! If you hear any background noise, it’s because I’m at a factory where they make clothes. I’m doing some fit modeling.Wait, what’s fit modeling?It’s something I stumbled into a long time ago and it’s been a nice side job in addition to performing. Everything you wear has been fit on a person, not just on a mannequin or a dummy, because a dummy can’t say, “Oh, it’s tight across the shoulder.” I’m a 2X for certain stores, and they go and they fit the clothes on me.Let’s talk about your other gig—your first leading role on Broadway! How does it feel?It’s fantastic! I’m not gonna lie. There’s not a lot of downtime. When I did South Pacific, I was one of the nurses and we don’t have a lot to do in that show. I watercolored, I learned how to paint. We would do a workout backstage during the show… There’s none of that in this. It makes the show fly by, and I get to do more of what I love doing.You’ve been with this show for years—has it been a roller coaster, wondering if it will come to Broadway or not?For several years, especially after we did the George Street production, we thought, OK, the next year, it’s gonna come. And then it didn’t. And then the next year. And no, it didn’t. And then in November of 2013 when I had heard for a third time it was supposed come, I was due with my second baby. I was like, “No, no, no, it can’t come then!” But it ended up falling through that time too, so I was like, phew! Thank you. So it’s frustrating when you have to wait for something, but I feel like things come when they’re supposed to.It’s so fun to see you on Going Bridal—what other trouble have you and Sierra been getting into while sharing a dressing room?I love sharing a dressing room with Sierra. I’m a goofball and so is she, so it’s just ridiculous. I bought a stuffed lamb for my son for Easter, and as soon as Sierra saw it, she was like, “This is mine!” I ended up buying my son another one, so we have our room sheep, and he’s gonna have some adventures.This show has a shocking surprise twist. How fun is it to watch the audience react?I can hear them, but I don’t look out into the crowd because I’m staring at Sierra. So I actually don’t see their faces! But the sound is great. “Oos” and “aahs” and laughter and gasps. Edward Hibbert is great at waiting out the audience, because some nights they react longer than others, so he knows the perfect timing to then say, “I didn’t see that coming!” [Laughs.]You have the distinction of being on both the Muppet and the Twilight Wiki pages! That’s a pretty big honor.I’ve just happened to be cast in a very diverse array of projects, which is great for your acting chops. I get to stretch myself. I haven’t been typecast. Sure, I’ll play a Muppet. Oh, great, Twilight? Awesome. It’s what comes your way.OK, are you ready for our Wedding Lightning Round?Ready as I’ll ever be!What’s the best song to rock out to on the dance floor at a wedding?”The Macarena.”Have you ever caught the bouquet?Yeah! I’m tall, I have an advantage.How many old bridesmaid dresses do you have in your closet?[Whispers.] I don’t keep any of them! But I’ve been in four weddings.Favorite wedding cake?I’m traditional. I’ll go with a white cake and white icing for a wedding.Steak, chicken, fish or vegetarian?Steak!What’s your signature wedding drink?A sensible glass of wine. Or if I’m doing a mixed drink, a Seven and Seven.Suffer in heels or change into flip-flops?Take ‘em off! If I could take my shoes off in the show I would.See Lisa Howard in It Shoulda Been You, opening April 14 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.
Jitney Show Closed This production ended its run on March 12, 2017 Related Shows Age: “Whatever the role requires.”Hometown: St. Petersburg, FLCurrent Role: Carra Patterson takes on the only female role in August Wilson’s Jitney. She plays Rena, who can’t seem to shake the memory of her husband Darnell’s old cheating and partying ways.Stage & Screen Cred: Patterson was last seen on Broadway in MTC’s production of Wit. Off-Broadway, she has appeared in Teenage Dick, Measure for Measure, Significant Other, Little Children Dream of God, Luck of the Irish and Richard III. Patterson’s additional stage credits include In the Red and Brown Water, Ceremonies in Dark Old Men and The Wiz. On screen, she has appeared in Straight Outta Compton and TV’s The Arrangement, Bloodline, Blue Bloods, Elementary and The Good Wife. Carra Patterson photographed in the EWOW Suite at the W New York – Times Square(Photo: Caitlin McNaney) View Comments
Gas, solar making inroads in traditionally coal-dominated Kentucky electricity market FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Greentech Media:In Kentucky, coal still generates the vast majority of electricity: 75 percent in 2018, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. That dominance is waning, however. Meanwhile, in a striking bit of energy transition symbolism, the state’s Coal Mining Museum, located in Benham, historically a coal town, made the switch to solar as a cost-cutting measure back in 2017. “It is a little ironic,” museum spokesperson Brandon Robinson told local TV station WYMT at the time. “Of course, coal is still king around here.”The museum’s decision is unlikely to be the predominant trend in Kentucky. Though coal is steadily losing its grip on the energy crown, new natural-gas combined-cycle plants will remain more economic than building large-scale solar projects in some parts of Kentucky for the next couple of years.However, solar developers are inching into the state, teasing out deals and working to gain access to the lucrative PJM market, in part driven by demand from corporate energy consumers.“With the cost of solar continuing to decline [and the] corporate renewables market continuing to grow and expand, it’s just natural that any state that has a policy framework that allows power to be sold between a solar farm and a corporate offtaker…is going to start to grow,” said Carson Harkrader, CEO at Carolina Solar Energy, a North Carolina-based company that began sniffing around the Kentucky market in 2018.Developers working in Kentucky say corporate demand is the main driver of the current market. The state has installed just 25 megawatts of solar. But looking ahead, developers such as Kara Price, senior vice president of permitting and development at North Carolina-based Geenex Solar, expect a bump from corporations with a Kentucky footprint, including Toyota and Dow, as well as tech companies such as Facebook and Google, which have data centers in PJM states including Ohio and Virginia. Geenex has several early-stage projects under development in Kentucky, ranging in scale from 30 megawatts to more than 200 megawatts.[Emma Foehringer-Merchant]More: Even in coal-heavy Kentucky, corporations can’t stay away from solar power
During the first week of August, Brazil received a visit from the newest amphibious assault ship of the US Navy. The inaugural trip of the LHA-6 USS America began in Pascagoula, Mississippi, and passed by Cartagena, Colombia, before arriving at the port of Rio de Janeiro, which is the last South Atlantic stop for the ship, highlighting the importance of Brazil for the United States, with regards to increasing the bilateral relationships in areas of common interest, such as the regional maritime security, the training of aerial and amphibious operations, and the fulfillment of joint rescue missions and humanitarian aid (such as the successful operation following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti). Commanded by Rear Admiral Fernandez “Frank” L. Ponds, who leads the Expeditionary Strike Group 3, this first commission entitled “America visits the Americas” will end at the Naval Base of San Diego, California, in the beginning of September, when the America will be officially commissioned, joining the US Navy history as the forth ship baptized with this symbolical name. While sailing along the coast of Rio de Janeiro, aside from conducting exercises with the F-45 Union Frigate, the USS America performed onboard landing training (Cross Deck) with the HU-1 (UH-12 Squirrel), HU-2 (UH-15 Super Cougar), and the HS-1 (MH-16 Seahawk) squadrons. However, without a doubt, the most important experience of this visit was the joint training opportunity for the American and Brazilian Marines. The Navy 3rd Infantry Battalion platoon (Paissandu Battalion) represented Brazil in part of the joint exercise. During which, the intent was to abbreviate the mission planning in a process known by the marines as R2P2 (Rapid Response Planning Process), a process still under study by Brazil and that facilitates, in ideal conditions, the planning, staging, preparation, and execution of the mission in up to six hours. The exercise simulated that the LHA-6 USS America and the F-45 Union ships, with a troop of marines on board, were navigating the Atlantic when an instable situation arose in an archipelago hit by a hurricane, and part of its territory was controlled by paramilitary rebel forces. It is in such condition of crises, during a disaster, with the presence of armed hostiles, and the incapacity of the local government to protect the population, that a rapid response is due and the abbreviated planning comes at play, from which the coalition of the forces involved immediately begins to gather intelligence data, organize logistics, plan, prepare and execute the action in a coordinated manner, providing support to the civilians, and ensuring their safety, while the special units attack and neutralize the threat symbolized by a rebel campground, and perform the evacuation of the citizens onto the ship. The USS America visit to Brazil, aside from enabling joint training and motivating the camaraderie exercise between the American and Brazilian troops, allowed the Brazilian marines to train their missions of responsibility using the most modern aerial resources existing for this purpose, the MV-22B Osprey, a unique opportunity that was well taken advantage of. This visit also represented the brotherly union of two important countries, whose navies’ stabilization actions are important within the regional context for the maintenance of the status quo of the South Atlantic peace zone. By Dialogo August 28, 2014