Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Monday, No. 6/5 Dixie State men’s basketball bounced back from a December 20 loss at Western Oregon with a 106-54 win over Yellowstone Christian in an exhibition at Burns Arena.Frank Staine posted 22 points on 8-10 from the field and 4-6 behind the arc for the Trailblazers, who shot 53.9 percent from the field for the game.Devin Jones netted 15 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists for the Billings, Mont.-based Centurions.Dixie State continues Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play Friday and Saturday as they host Colorado-Colorado Springs and the Colorado School of Mines successively. December 30, 2019 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Men’s Basketball Bounces Back With Win Over Yellowstone Christian Brad James Tags: Dixie State men’s basketball
×The Secaucus Board of Education officially hired seven new teachers and three staff members at their June 15 meeting. (See briefs for more information.) Pictured, top row: Huber Street School Principal Linda Wilhelm, Clarendon School Principal Steve Viggiani, Secaucus Middle School Principal Robert Valente, Secaucus High School Assistant Principal Jeffrey Case, Secaucus High School Principal Dr. Robert Beckes, Director of Special Services Susan Smahl, Network Technician Justin Estrich, Secaucus Education President Nancy Lynch, and Interim Superintendent Kenneth Knopps. Bottom row: Secaucus High School chemistry teacher Brian Carson, Secaucus Middle School language arts teacher Julia Moore, Speech Therapist Olivia Wilson, Director of Curriculum Dr. Daniela Riser, Secaucus Middle School guidance counselor Samantha Boczon, Secaucus Middle School STEM teacher Antonia Ricciardi, and Speech Therapist Sammantha Griffin. Fourth of July Celebration will be July 3The mayor and Town Council invite residents to the annual Fourth of July Celebration on July 3 at 4 p.m., at the Secaucus Swim Club, 145 Front St. Food, amusements, fireworks, and entertainment will be available for Secaucus residents and their guests only. Contact (201) 330-2000 for more information.Mayor Gonnelli congratulates Mrs. Earth 2017Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli has announced that Paris Keswani was crowned Mrs. Earth 2017. She is based in New York and not from Secaucus, but has been involved in town issues. Gonnelli extended his gratitude for Keswani because of her involvement with the town. She has been working with Mayor Gonnelli to support environmental projects and help children with special needs. She previously chose Secaucus to help her reach her goal of planting 10,000 trees worldwide.She plans to launch a new jewelry line made out of 100 percent recycled materials.The annual Mrs. Earth and Ms. Earth Pageant is the elite international pageant system for diverse and poised women and was held from June 8-12, at South Point Casino in Las Vegas. Thirty-eight women from different countries competed for the title of Mrs. Earth and Ms. Earth 2017. American Dream will proceed after completing $2.77B financingAmerican Dream developer Triple Five has announced Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan have sold $1.1 billion in tax-exempt bonds required to fully finance the project in East Rutherford, according to NJBIZ.com, a real estate website.The sale was completed almost one month after Triple Five closed a $1.67 billion construction loan provided by JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs.“The now-completed financing allows Triple Five to proceed with full construction of this unprecedented project, which will create tens of thousands of jobs, bring millions of tourists and billions of dollars in economic growth annually to Bergen County and the state of New Jersey,” Triple Five President Don Ghermezian said. “We look forward to unveiling American Dream to the world in March 2019.”The Triple Five president thanked the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, state Economic Development Authority and borough of East Rutherford for their help during the bond sale. New staff added by Board of Education At the Board of Education meeting on June 15, the board approved the hiring of seven new certificated staff members, a full-time network technician, and two full-time custodians.Bryan Carson, a graduate of John Jay College of Criminal Justice with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Forensic Science with a concentration in Molecular Biology, will assume the position of chemistry teacher at Secaucus High School.Joining the Clarendon School and pre-school communities are Speech Therapists Sammantha Griffin and Olivia Wilson.Griffin received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Language Pathology from LaSalle University and her Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Old Dominion University.For the past two years she has been employed as speech teacher with the Elizabeth school district.Wilson received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies from Pennsylvania State University, and obtained her Masters of Science Degree in Speech Language Pathology. She has been employed as speech teacher with the Elmwood Park school district over the past two years.Four new certified staff members joined the Secaucus Middle School faculty. Julia Moore will assume the position of Language Arts teacher. Moore earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and her Masters in English Education from Rutgers University. She completed a successful student teaching experience as a language arts teacher at the Herbert Hoover Middle School in Edison Township.Appointed as new STEM Teachers were Antonia Ricciardi and Marissa Capobiano. Both are recent graduates of the College of New Jersey, where they received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Elementary Education and iSTEM. Ricciardi completed her student teaching experience at the Indian Fields School in Dayton, and Capobianco at the Bear Tavern School in Hopewell.Assuming the position of guidance counselor at Secaucus Middle School will be Samantha Boczon.Boczon is a graduate of Montclair State University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Child Advocacy and her Masters in School Counseling from Montclair State University.Boczon completed internships at the Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health in Montclair and at Glen Ridge Middle School.Also appointed at the June 15 meeting was Justin Estrich, who moves from part-time to full-time network technician. He is a graduate of Secaucus High School and is currently enrolled at the New Jersey Institute of Technology where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Information Technology with a specialization in Network Security and Information Systems.Furthermore, two individuals, Cosimo Landolfo and Michael Sanzari, were appointed to the position of full-time custodians. Previously Landolfo had been in the district as a part-time custodian, and Landolfo as a per diem custodian. The Secaucus Board of Education officially hired seven new teachers and three staff members at their June 15 meeting. (See briefs for more information.) Pictured, top row: Huber Street School Principal Linda Wilhelm, Clarendon School Principal Steve Viggiani, Secaucus Middle School Principal Robert Valente, Secaucus High School Assistant Principal Jeffrey Case, Secaucus High School Principal Dr. Robert Beckes, Director of Special Services Susan Smahl, Network Technician Justin Estrich, Secaucus Education President Nancy Lynch, and Interim Superintendent Kenneth Knopps. Bottom row: Secaucus High School chemistry teacher Brian Carson, Secaucus Middle School language arts teacher Julia Moore, Speech Therapist Olivia Wilson, Director of Curriculum Dr. Daniela Riser, Secaucus Middle School guidance counselor Samantha Boczon, Secaucus Middle School STEM teacher Antonia Ricciardi, and Speech Therapist Sammantha Griffin.
Click here if you are having trouble viewing this gallery on a mobile deviceSAN FRANCISCO — The Giants made enough of their own mistakes to contribute to a 6-3 loss to the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday, but Brandon Belt was more concerned with the brevity of home plate umpire Doug Eddings.With Brandon Crawford on first base, two outs and a full count against closer Raisel Iglesias, Belt was rung up by Eddings to end the game.And the end of the game was precisely what Belt believes Eddings had …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest New economy balers feature Diamond Belts, BaleTrak Pro Monitor and moreJohn Deere adds the new 459E Baler to its hay and forage product lineup for 2016. The economical 459E Round Baler features the Edge-to-Edge net wrap option and other performance features that hay producers will appreciate.According to Jeremy Unruh, product line marketing manager for John Deere, the new rugged balers are designed to make tight 4- by 5-ft. bales for higher quality hay. “Our 459E Round Balers are equipped with six Diamond Belts, which cover more than 90 percent of the bale chamber, helping to reduce leaf loss while improving bale quality,” says Unruh. “The small diameter pickup also ensures the crop is fed to the bale chamber with reduced leaf loss, resulting in densely packed, consistent sized bales.”The 459E is available with two wrap options: either net or twine. The baler also comes with the BaleTrak Pro Monitor that allows the operator to both monitor and control important baler functions conveniently from the tractor seat.Another added feature is an adjustable hitch, which helps operators attach the baler to the tractor drawbar with ease at an ideal height of 16-18 inches for optimal performance.In addition, producers can bale at higher speeds with the 459E Edge-to-Edge net wrap option. Compared to twine, baling with net wrap is not only 75 percent faster and more efficient, it also results in 30-60 percent less spoilage. That means producers end up with more, higher quality forage at feeding time from the tightly- wrapped bales that are easier to handle and feed.“The 459E Baler is compatible with many tractor sizes, is easy to setup and operate and is a great fit for many beef, dairy, equine and haying operations,” adds Unruh. “Combine that with the rugged features of the baler, customers will get exceptional baling performance at an economical price.”For more information on the new 459E Baler, see your local John Deere dealer or visit www.JohnDeere.com/Ag.
By: Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFTPhotoSpin[male and female hands holding rainbow heart by Lev Dolgachov]Dr. Jenifer McGuire will join us again on April 20th at 11am ET in facilitating part 2 of this 2-part webinar series on working with LGBT families. While part 1 focuses on language, terms, and background information to assist providers in their work with LGBT families, part 2 will shift the focus to Transgender youth and their families in particular.The topic of Transgender youth and their families is one of great interest to Dr. McGuire. She will be discussing her research and the ways in which family environments can best support the healthy development of Transgender youth. If you are interested in joining us for this webinar, you can click here to register.We will be offering 1 FREE CEU for Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists (in the state of Georgia) for each of the webinars in this series. For more information on future programming in the 2017 Family Development webinar series, please visit our professional development website or connect with us via social media for announcements: Facebook & Twitter.This post was written by Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFT, the Social Media and Programming Coordination Specialist for the MFLN Family Development Team.
A major tragedy was averted on Monday with the timely detection of a suspected improvised explosive device (IED) along the Jammu-Poonch national highway, prompting suspension of traffic for nearly one and a half hours, officials said. A bottle filled with liquid material and a polybag filled with some solid material was found by the roadside near Kallar chowk along the highway in the morning, Rajouri SSP Yougal Manhas said. He said an Army unit noticed the suspicious material around 7.30 a.m. and subsequently the bomb disposal squad destroyed the IED on the spot. A police team headed by in-charge of Chingus Chatyari police post and Sub-Inspector M.D. Khan reached the spot soon after the Army flashed an alert and enforced closure of traffic on particular stretch. However, the traffic resumed around 10 a.m. after the bomb disposal squad completed its action, Mr. Manhas said. The device was suspected to be planted by some anti-national elements, he said. ‘Timely action’“Timely action by the alert jawans of Army averted any untoward incident,” the SSP said, adding that a probe into the matter has been started with the Deputy Superintendent of Police (Headquarters), Govind Rattan, personally conducting the investigation. On May 22, the police busted a major militant hideout in the same region (Chatyari forest) and recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition, including four Kalashnikov assault rifles and 11 pistols.
QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort The IBSF isn’t waiting.“I understand that it was a difference of culture and that the Russians don’t believe they did anything wrong,” U.S. women’s skeleton veteran Katie Uhlaender said after the IOC decision to strip the medals and issue the Olympic bans was announced Wednesday. “But this was the only way to fix it.”Uhlaender will be promoted to the bronze medal spot once Nikitina, as the IOC has ordered, surrenders what had been her bronze from Sochi and the IBSF updates the results. Tretiakov was the men’s gold-medalist; the revised order of finish for that event will now have Latvia’s Martins Dukurs getting gold, Matt Antoine of the U.S. bumped up to silver and Latvia’s Tomass Dukurs, Martins’ brother, will become the bronze medalist.Uhlaender, who was fourth, will soon officially be third behind gold medalist Lizzy Yarnold of Britain and silver medalist Noelle Pikus-Pace of the U.S.Sliders have lauded the IOC for doing the right thing, though noted that racers like Uhlaender and Tomass Dukurs — even once they have medals in hand — will never be able to replicate the moment on a podium that they should have had in Sochi.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Elena Nikitina of Russia celebrates her bronze medal win during the women’s skeleton competition at the 2014 Winter Olympics, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. The International Olympic Committee has banned four more Russians for doping at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, all competing in the sliding sport of skeleton and includes men’s gold medalist Alexander Tretyakov and women’s bronze medalist Nikitina. AP FILE PHOTOThe two Russians who had their medals from the Sochi Games stripped because of doping have been barred from competing in World Cup races, at least temporarily.It’s the latest sanction against Aleksandr Tretiakov and Elena Nikitina, who had their medals — gold for Tretiakov, bronze for Nikitina — taken away Wednesday (Thursday Manila time) after it was determined they were part of Russia’s state-sponsored doping program at the 2014 Olympics. They have already been banned from future Olympics, and now may have no place to slide.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next LATEST STORIES Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Raisman embraces role as ‘Fierce’ advocate for abuse victims Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Kris Aquino ‘pretty chill about becoming irrelevant’ “Having the physical medal’s cool, but most of it in my opinion is the experience of everything that happens,” Antoine said. “That’s what you cherish the most.”Not having the top Russians on the World Cup circuit figures to have a major impact on the points standings.Nikitina was the World Cup women’s points leader after the first two races of the season, and was coming off a victory last weekend in Park City, Utah. Tretiakov was fourth so far in the men’s standings, including a bronze at the season-opening race in Lake Placid, New York. CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Russian envoy invites PH firms to explore for oil, gas in Russia PLAY LIST 02:03Russian envoy invites PH firms to explore for oil, gas in Russia01:37Russian envoy: Putin accepts Duterte’s invitation to visit PH02:46Makabayan bloc: Duterte suspension order on rice importation only a ‘media stunt’01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice The International Bobsled and Skeleton Federation handed down the suspensions Thursday (Friday Manila time), effective immediately. Tretiakov and Nikitina were both planning to compete in World Cup races at Whistler, British Columbia, this weekend.In all, four Russians have been suspended by the IBSF. Along with Tretiakov and Nikitina, Mariia Orlova and Olga Potylitsyna — who have been racing on the lesser-tier Intercontinental Cup Circuit this season — were also banned, just as they were by the IOC. All four are expected to appeal, and the IBSF said they will be entitled to a hearing if that happens.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“Sport is all about who’s the best on that day and if anything compromises that, like the situations in Sochi, it taints everything and kind of undermines the fundamental belief in the system and the competition itself,” said USA Bobsled and Skeleton CEO Darrin Steele, also is a vice president with the IBSF. “This is kind of righting the ship.”The IBSF’s decision is a strong one and is in stark contrast to one made by the International Ski Federation, which is allowing Russian cross-country skiers who were found guilty of doping at the Sochi Olympics to compete in World Cup events this weekend. 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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John RCMP are investigating what they believe is a hit and run that occurred early this morning behind the Fire Hall.Just after 6:30 Monday morning, the Fort St John RCMP received a report of a man lying in the middle of the road in the area of 94th Ave and 94th St.Officers attended and began their investigation into a suspected Hit & Run involving the male pedestrian, who is approximately 30 years old. The man was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries.Police say that their investigation is in the early stages, and is being assisted by the RCMP’s Traffic Reconstruction Unit.The Fort St John RCMP request the public find alternate routes of travel as the road will be closed for an indeterminate amount of time as the investigation continues.If anyone was in the area and saw anything suspicious or has information about this incident, please contact the Fort St John RCMP at 250-787-8100. Should you wish to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at www.crimestoppersnebc.ca
Work is expected to begin this coming week, with completion expected sometime in 2020. Mayor Rob Fraser says the new subdivision will serve Taylor’s growing housing needs and fits with the vision Jarvis had for the community.“We’ve hit a limit in Taylor with respect to residential homes, properties that are already serviced. We’ve hit a bit of a wall and for us to move to the next phase in Taylor’s development, as far as bringing in more people, we need another subdivision. The vision of this subdivision goes hand-in-hand with the vision that Fred had for our community. I’m excited to get this going and Fred’s legacy will last forever, really, in this community.”It was announced in February that the subdivision ‘Parcel Z’ would be named in honour of Jarvis.Located along Spruce Street, this parcel is a 22-acre piece of District property that includes 50 lots for new single-family homes.The area for the Jarvis Crescent Subdivision is outlined in red. Source Google MapsIn April, the District awarded a $3.39 million contract to S. Young Enterprises to construct the subdivision, with Urban Systems being awarded a $128,000 direct award for project management services. TAYLOR, B.C. – The District of Taylor held a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday for the Jarvis Crescent Subdivision.The new subdivision is in honour of Fred Jarvis, the late former Mayor of Taylor who passed away on December 2, 2018.Jarvis served 28 years as the Mayor of Taylor and 35 years of public service before he retired in 2014.