Marathon Runners

first_imgBOSTON, MA — Several Mount Desert Island area runners are slated to participate in the running of the 2009 Boston Marathon on Monday, April 20. Interested parties can follow their progress on include: Gary Allen, Cranberry Island; Mary Dudzik, Bar Harbor; Mathew Frongillo, Bar Harbor; Michele Gagnon, Ellsworth; Matt Homich, Ellsworth; James Newett, Ellsworth; Lou Ingrisano, Mount Desert; Amy Tunney, Ellsworth; Timothy Tunney, Ellsworth; Stephen Whalen, Bernard. Bar Harbor native Evan Graves of Caribou will also be running. admin Latest Posts State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Latest posts by admin (see all) Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Bio House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

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WI Women urged to improve fielding

first_imgDURBAN, South Africa (CMC):Assistant coach Ezra Moseley, has said that West Indies Women need to improve heading into the Twenty20 series against South Africa, despite winning the just concluded one-day international series.The Caribbean side beat the Proteas Women 2-1 in the three-match series in East London, but Moseley said that the performance was not up to their usual standards and pointed to the fielding as one area that needed enhancing.”It’s always good to win a series away from home although in my opinion, I don’t think we played to the best of our ability,” the former West Indies seamer said.”I was satisfied because it’s always nice to win, but we left Barbados saying we were going to look to win all three, but there were things that happened along the way. We had the captain (Stafanie Taylor) getting injured for the last game, and also the Knight sisters (Kyshona and Kycia) were out for most of the series and only Kyshona played.”We were happy in the end to win 2-1, but there are certain areas we need to brush up on. Our fielding during the tournament was not up to good standards, so that is something we have to work on going forward into the T20s and also into the World Cup.”West Indies Women will turn their attention to the three-match T20 series, which bowls off at Kingsmead today.last_img read more

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OPR probing Police shooting of Sophia man

first_imgThe Guyana Police Force’s (GPF) Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) is investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting of a Sophia, Greater Georgetown resident, 25-year-old Patrick Goodluck, by Police.Goodluck, who is battling for his life in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC), was shot by a police rank on Saturday last. Reports are that the man was shot to his back at about 17:00h in the vicinity of his Lot T 72 North Sophia home.Guyana Times previously reported that Goodluck’s sister said that she heard screams and inquired what had transpired when she was informed that her brother had been shot by the police.As such, the young woman and other relatives rushed to the Prashad Nagar Police Outpost where Goodluck had been taken. However, upon arrival there, the family was told that the man was taken to the Sparendaam Police Station. While there, Goodluck began crying out for severe pain so the ranks escorted him to the GPHC where he was admitted and placed under police guard.After being examined by a doctor, it was uncovered that a bullet was lodged in Goodluck’s spine. According to the family, to date, they have not been informed by the police as to what led to the shooting.However, on Tuesday last the man underwent surgery to remove the bullet but uncertainties still linger whether he will ever walk again.His family is calling for justice since Goodluck’s sister is alleging that her brother has been the target of the police for a lengthy period.According to the woman, her brother is always being arrested or harassed by the police.Patrick Goodlucklast_img read more

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Fort St John Huskies win Saturday night home opener over Sexsmith Vipers

first_imgAt 3:41 into the third frame, Connor Kindrat would score on a power play, with an assist from Jeridyn Loewen, making the score 3-2 behind the Vipers.Then at 5:59 into the period, Nick Loewen would score a goal, with assists from Gary Loewen and Jared Loewen, making the score tied at three apiece.Then the next Huskies goal would come at 8:20 into the frame as Aiden Tegart would score one on the Vipers with an assist by Jeridyn Loewen, taking the lead of 4-3.To finish off the night, at 5:11 remaining, Dean Whitcomb would score a goal on Sexsmith, with a double assist from Cayden Frenette and Connor Kindrat, making it a final score of 5-3 over the Vipers.Advertisement Up next, the Huskies will be on the road to Sexsmith, on October 4, to once again take on the Vipers. Puck drop is 8:00 p.m. at the Sexsmith Arena. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Huskies were at the North Peace Arena on Saturday night for their home opener as they hosted the Sexsmith Vipers.At 8:37 into the game, the Vipers would score the first goal making it 1-0 over the Huskies.Then at 8:37 remaining in the first frame, Nick Loewen would score on the Vipers in a power play, with assists from Connor Kindrat and Jared Loewen, making the score tied at one apiece.- Advertisement -To finish off the period, at 1:35 remaining, Sexsmith would score making it 2-1 over the Huskies.Although, the next goal would not come until near the very end of the second period as the Vipers would score another one on the Pups with 35 seconds remaining. This would increase Sexsmith’s lead 3-1.Then in period three, things would start to turn around for the Huskies.Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgInishowen Live, the online community radio station for Inishowen, celebrates its first year on air at the end of this month after bieng first broadcast on March 29th, 2013.The online station was born after the closure of the old ICR FM left Inishowen without its dedicated radio station.A group of enthusiastic individuals, some of whom had been employees or volunteers at the old station, put their heads together to see what could be done about the situation and Inishowen Live was born. The group are all volunteers and range from transition year students to retired businessmen all with one thing in common – a passion for local radio.During its first year Inishowen Live has broadcast a lively daily schedule which includes a range of local news and interviews, current affairs and music to suit all tastes from its Carndonagh-based studio.A very successful “Official Launch” was held in Simpsons in Carndonagh which showcased a feast of local music talent.It has also been lucky enough to host some celebrities and scored a few “firsts” – being the first radio station in the world to broadcast tracks from the latest Horslips CD release “Biography” which was released to coincide with the launch of the official Horslips biography released in October – and after that, the book’s author Mark Cunningham came on board as a presenter! Barry Devlin of Horslips was a guest presenter in the studio in July and was live on Inishowen Live on New Year’s Eve – the only radio station in Ireland to have that honour!2013 Voice of Ireland finalist Shane McLaughlin has also been a studio guest, as well as local stars such as Kate O’Callaghan, Matt Whoriskey and Winter Mountain.The team have covered local news stories and welcomed many local guests to the studio; “Sound of Inishowen” and “Planet Inishowen” cover local and global affairs and “The Movie Zone” looks at the movie scene.As an online station, Inishowen Live reaches out to the Inishowen and Donegal diaspora around the world and “Inishowen Calling” connects Inishowen people from places as far away as Los Angeles and the Caribbean island of St. Maarten, live on air via skype with the folks back home as well as talking to individuals in a variety of locations from Stornoway to Texas!Now the group is turning its attention towards expanding on to the FMairwaves as a natural next step, and a fundraising campaign has been launched to put in place the necessary equipment. The station is holding an Anniversary Bash + Fundraiser at Mary Deeney’s in Muff on Friday 21st March to which all are welcome. Music will be by Stringfellas and guests.You can hear Inishowen Live by connecting to the website at or using the TuneIn app on your tablet or smart phone. They are also active on Facebook and Twitter.INISHOWEN LIVE CELEBRATES ITS FIRST YEAR was last modified: March 19th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Inishowen Livelast_img read more


Men’s Basketball Signs Kwiecinski

first_imgDrake University men’s basketball head coach Darian DeVries has announced the signing of forward Jordan Kwiecinski. The 6-9 standout from Chicago will join the team for the 2020-21 season.”We are excited to have Jordan join our Bulldog family!” DeVries said. “At 6-9, Jordan is very skilled, tough and competitive. Those three qualities embody what we want in our program. He can really shoot the ball and is an excellent, hard-nosed defender. “His versatility will allow us to do a lot of things at both ends of the floor. Jordan also comes from an excellent program at Loyola Academy where Coach Tom Livatino has done a great job preparing Jordan for the collegiate level. We can’t wait for Jordan to get here next summer.” Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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200pc Hair Grips Clips Bobby Kirby Pins Clamps Salon Waved Slides – Okay, but not great

first_imgDisapointed with this purchase as they are just the standard slender, flexible kinds you can acquire on the substantial street. What has occurred to the old fashion kirbys that have been excellent for pinning your hair up. Description stated salon good quality but these are not the kinds my hairdresser employs. I would not get these yet again and i will request my hairdresser to get me them at a price tag no question, but this was a squander of my three kilos.These grips are excellent worth but the stop of the straight side is uncovered, it really is not much too rough or sharp but i come to feel that both guidelines really should be included.Outstanding grips, even much better that they are in different sixes for distinctive models.Here are the specifications for the 200pc Hair Grips Clips Bobby Kirby Pins Clamps Salon Waved Slides:PACK OF 200 Grips2 Sizes are included: 150 x 45mm and 50 x 65mmHigh QualityBRAND NEW – INSTANTLY SHIPPEDAre not able to conquer it for the price, absolute bargainthe only draw back for me is that the bobby pins them selves usually are not really stiff and bend at situations which can be quite annoying while styling.I am a active mum and never have the time to obtain things like this – which i know can be discovered in cheap pound stores. Glad to have located it on amazon.Reviews from purchasers :Bargain bobby’s!Does the job fineOkay, but not greatGet what you pay for,Flimsy but did the jobAppear in range of measurements oj the packets.Get what you shell out for, they are okay but not as grippy as typical cheap kinds i get from section suppliers etc.A tiny flimsy though they did the position on the day so i can’t grumble as well considerably especially for the rate.Super quick delivery, sturdy pins, not substantially else to remark on.Wonderful merchandise, arrived in two-3 times and in terrific problem, there not the thick kinds but robust adequate.last_img read more

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Seed Consultants has named Daniel Call new General Manager

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Seed Consultants has named Daniel Call as their new General Manager.“Daniel has been a great student, he knows the seed business and I expect the continued success of Seed Consultants under his guidance and I look forward to watching Seed Consultants continue to grow just as it has over the past 25 years,” said Chris Jeffries, Seed Consultants founder.Daniel CallCall grew up on a grain and hog farm in Madison County, Ohio. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture at The Ohio State University. Prior to working at Seed Consultants, he was a DSM for eight years at AgReliant Genetics. Since 2006, he has been Seed Consultants’ Operations Manager.“I’m excited for the opportunity to lead Seed Consultants and I look forward to growing the well-respected Seed Consultants brand,” Call said.Retiring General Manager Chris Jeffries will be transitioning to a sales role and will be servicing his customers’ seed needs. Founded in 1990, Seed Consultants is the largest Ohio based seed company and primarily markets seed corn, soybeans, wheat and alfalfa varieties to growers in the eastern Corn Belt.AUDIO: The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins visited with Call shortly after the announcement. Call discussed the legacy built by Jeffries and how that foundation would built Seed Consultants for many years to come.Ty’s Wrap for Wednesdaylast_img read more

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Martin’s 10 Rules of Lighting

first_img Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in This article is only available to GBA Prime Memberscenter_img Most homes use too much energy for lighting. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the average American household uses 1,667 kWh per year for lighting, which amounts to 15.3% of residential electricity use. Ironically, this energy devoted to lighting is used inefficiently, so the usual result is a dim house with dark, depressing corners.Although many electric utilities have subsidized the cost of bulb swap programs for years, the typical house still has far too many incandescent bulbs. Even people who have swapped their incandencents for compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) often install their bulbs in terrible fixtures with opaque shades or dark lenses. Fixtures are often installed in awkward spots. The dark corners that are common in a poorly lit house become more noticeable as we all get older; to see well, older people need more light than younger people.Finally, many houses have too few switches, so that homeowners have to make an all-or-nothing decision about whether to turn on all six bulbs in a track-light fixture.Once you become aware of some basic lighting principles, you’ll be able to solve the lighting problems in your own home and the homes you build. There’s only one downside to obtaining a lighting education: every time you stay in a hotel room, the bad lighting will drive you crazy.Lighting designers have their own jargon. They call light bulbs “lamps,” for example, and they call light fixtures “luminaires.”Lighting designers often tell us that there are four different kinds of light: ambient, task, accent, and decorative.Ambient light is the soft, general illumination that fills a room and softens shadows.Task lighting is a focused source of light near a work surface, a countertop, or a book.Accent lighting is a type of directed illumination used to spotlight an… last_img read more

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Rob and Marisol Thomas Honored at Annual Benefit for The Humane Society

first_imgThe Humane Society of the United States honored Sidewalk Angels Foundation, founded by Grammy Award-winning artist Rob Thomas and his philanthropist wife Marisol Thomas and luxury beauty brand Moroccanoil last week at the 2017 To the Rescue! New York gala at Cipriani 42nd Street.The evening raised $3 million for HSUS’ animal rescue efforts.Actress Malin Akerman presented the Thomases and their Sidewalk Angels Foundation with the HSUS Compassion in Action Award for making real change in helping those who have no voice. In her speech, Akerman praised the Thomases for their immediate reaction to animals in need during the tragic hurricanes that swept the U.S. this year.In their acceptance speech, Rob and Marisol Thomas thanked The HSUS for the honor and praised the organization’s unwavering dedication to helping animals out of harmful situations across the country.Marisol and Rob said: “This is a group effort. We need to all join forces to make real changes in this country and all over the world.”After accepting the Compassion in Action Award with his wife, Rob grabbed the mic to perform Matchbox Twenty’s classic hits, “Smooth,” “Little Wonders” and “Lonely No More.”The HSUS honored Moroccanoil with its Corporate Consciousness Award for making animal welfare and social responsibility its cornerstone.Caring for thousands of animals each year, The HSUS and its global affiliate Humane Society International deploy responders across the country and the world to help animals at risk or suffering in puppy mills, dogfighting rings, large scale-neglect cases and natural disasters.Guests enjoyed a three-course vegan meal prepared by Chef Chloe Coscarelli, a live auction, and exclusive entertainment by Thomas. Actress Kate Mara and Dylan’s Candy Bar founder Dylan Lauren co-presented the Animal Rescue Team portion of the program.Additional supporters in attendance included Nigel and Cristen Barker, Wes Gordon, Nicky Hilton Rothchild, Cathy Kangas, Joe Kernen (CNBC “Squawk Box”), Ariana Rockefeller, Sadie Sink, Jack Welch, and Paul Wesley.This year’s gala was chaired by David Brownstein and Suzy Welch, along with Co-Hosts Georgina Bloomberg, Amanda Hearst and Stephen Read.Moroccanoil sponored this year’s gala. The event was produced in partnership with Celebrity Event Planner Liron David of Eventiquelast_img read more

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