Tags: Adams State Grizzlies/Dixie State Football/Michael Sanders/Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Late Wednesday night, Dixie State quarterback Michael Sanders was named as the d2football.com national offensive player of the week for his exploits last Saturday in a 52-45 win over Colorado School of Mines.Sanders, a senior out of Phoenix, earned his second Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Player of the Week Monday for going 31-48 for 553 yards and five touchdown passes with no interceptions in the upset win over the Top 10 Orediggers.Sanders completed passes to nine different receivers in the ballgame, including scoring strikes to three different receivers.This award is the Trailblazers’ first national award of the season and their first since 2015.Dixie State concludes the 2018 season at Alamosa, Colo. against the Adams State Grizzlies Saturday at 1:00 pm. Written by November 8, 2018 /Sports News – Local Michael Sanders Named D2football.com Player of the Week
Legal & General has acquired a 78-acre site in Shrivenham, Oxfordshire, with outline planning for 515 new homes, the third major site brought forward by Legal & General’s housebuilding arm, Legal & General Homes, bringing its housing pipeline to over 3,000 new homes.The site is large enough to provide a full range of housing options, from one-bed apartments to four-bed detached family homes.180 of the homes will be ‘affordable housing’ and Legal & General aims to use modular construction from its factory in Leeds for this element. By using traditional building techniques alongside modular construction, the team will be able to accelerate delivery on the ground.James Lidgate, CEO of Legal & General Homes, said, “As well as addressing the chronic shortfall of housing in the UK, Legal & General Homes is aiming to regenerate the UK’s landscape for the better and build vibrant communities where people want to live, such as this sought after location in Oxfordshire.”Establishing housing capabilities across all tenures, Legal & General is delivering Build to Sell housing alongside Build to Rent, later living, student accommodation and affordable housing. It is also revolutionising construction methods through its modular factory in Leeds.Legal & General housebuilding Legal & General Homes new homes Shrivenham February 6, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » 515 new homes in Shrivenham previous nextLand & New Homes515 new homes in ShrivenhamThe Negotiator6th February 20180369 Views
APRIL 6, 2018By Quinn FitzgeraldTheStatehouseFile.comINDIANAPOLIS –Indiana’s state superintendent of public instruction on Monday gave the General Assembly mixed reviews over what was accomplished for education in the 2018 legislative session.Dr. Jennifer McCormick said she was excited to see the success of Senate Enrolled Act 177, which establishes one Indiana diploma, and Senate Enrolled Act 135, which requires the Department of Child Services to notify schools if a child is removed from the home. SEA 135 was signed into law Friday.One bill McCormick said she wished more had been done with the school safety bill, House Bill 1230, which was on the agenda when the clock ran out on the session.McCormick said HB 1230 was a complicated bill for the department and had parts they didn’t like, such a provision to increase audits of safety plans for every school. The state was planning to give IDOE $1 million to conduct the audits. McCormick said this would be a waste of money because the system is already working.“We do about 60 audits a year because of our capacity but it’s going in and making sure we’re pretty much-doing spot checks,” she said. “We think that audit would be a huge lift, and we’re not sure there would be a big benefit to that.”Instead, she would like to see the money spent on vetted resources and equipment for schools that need it. She did, however, like the idea to give schools an additional $5 million and was disappointed the bill died in session. That might be revived in the special session that Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Monday.“That would have been big,” she said. “This year was the first year that we had several districts that were denied, or schools that were denied, funding. Those are typically matching grants up to $50,000, but that’s your max amount depending on the size of the school that’s applying.”“We were hoping to get some of that money to help offset some of the costs that our schools are telling they need for safety.”In reaction to the February shooting in Parkland, Fla., McCormick released a statement urging the General Assembly to address school safety.House Bill 1315 was another bill that died on the last day of the session. If passed, the bill would have allowed the state to appoint emergency managers and replace elected school boards with appointed advisory committees in districts in financial distress. Muncie and Gary’s schools were targeted for falling into financial difficulty.“There were parts of 1315 that we supported,” McCormick said. “I’m worried about the $10 million that was in the bill that now, obviously, didn’t get through. I’m very concerned about that fiscal piece. They needed that. Even if they stay under an emergency manager, they’re going to have to have fiscal help.”Monday, Holcomb outlined five points he wants lawmakers to cover during a special session in May which includes working on a $12 million loan for Muncie schools.In his 2018 agenda, Holcomb wanted every Indiana school to offer at least one computer science course by 2021. Senate Enrolled Act 172, which is waiting for Holcomb’s signature, meets that goal.At the beginning of the session, McCormick said while she supports computer science, she did not want it to be a requirement for graduation. The bill requires grades K-8 schools to incorporate it into their curriculum but for grades 9-12 to make it an elective.Despite the number of changes schools will have to undergo with all of the school-related legislation that has passed, McCormick said she has faith in them and IDOE will be helping them as they adjust.“There are a lot of unknowns, but I go back to our districts have typically in the past just get it done. We’ve stayed focused on kids. That’s the charge of Indiana educators,” McCormick said.FOOTNOTE: Quinn Fitzgerald is a reporter for TheStatehouseFile.com, a news website powered by Franklin College journalism students. The City-County Observer is a media partner of THE STATEhouseFile .comFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Prince’s “Piano & A Microphone” tour will continue this Friday, March 4 at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA. The venue, which holds 20,000 people will be in stark contrast to the intimate solo shows the Purple One has already hit on this tour, playing to small crowds in Australia, New Zealand and Oakland, CA thus far.Prince has upped the ante by hyping the show as a “can’t miss,” saying he will dedicate the first hour of his concert to “show off his b-ball skills” in a Twitter post. Oracle Arena is the home to the defending NBA champions, the Golden State Warriors. As many will recall from the hilarious Chappelle’s Show sketch featuring comedian Charlie Murphy, there is ample precedent of Prince being a pretty good hooper, so there could be more to this than we think.Tickets for Prince’s solo concert at Oracle Arena are on sale now and can be purchased through the venue’s website here.
A group of Notre Dame students studying abroad in Europe this semester were able to attend the canonization of St. André Bessette, the first member of the Congregation of Holy Cross to be canonized, in Rome Oct. 17. Last spring, the University contacted students who were planning to go abroad this semester to gauge interest in attending the canonization, according to Fr. Joe Carey, interim director of Campus Ministry. “It was talked about in the spring that our students abroad would be the ones who would go,” Carey said. “We knew a long time ago that the canonization would be in October.” The students completed a short survey on why they wanted to attend the canonization and received an e-mail to notify them whether they were accepted. Some students, such as junior Sarah Kimball, who is currently studying abroad in Dublin, were drawn to the canonization because of prior knowledge of Bessette. “I decided to go because I learned about Brother André in a class last year, and I just thought it would be a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see a canonization at the Vatican,” Kimball said. The group of students who made the trip from different countries around Europe they were in was treated to an all-weekend affair. The University had activities and meals scheduled for the students from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon. Junior Monica Townsend, who is studying in Angers, France, said she was particularly touched by a film the group watched about Bessette’s life, called “The Miracle Man of Montreal.” “It was a really great orientation to the life of the man we had come to see,” Townsend said, “and nearly everyone was tearing up hearing the testimonies of the people he had cured of some illness or disability.” The Center for Social Concerns also organized service projects for the students to participate in the day before the canonization, Carey said. The activities helped the students truly understand the services Bessette performed throughout his life. “I went with a group that helped organize and sort medicine for the St. Egidio community, a service group that offers aid and assistance to the homeless and elderly in Rome and around the world,” Townsend said. “It really hammered home the theme of selfless service that Saint André exemplified.” For Kimball, the most powerful experience was being surrounded by thousands of people who were all connected by their faith during the canonization in Saint Peter’s Square, Kimball said. “I always heard about how being Catholic meant you were part of a larger community that spans the world, and we are all connected by being Catholic,” Kimball said. “However, it was hard for me to really grasp that concept until I went to Rome and just saw the sheer number of people from all around the globe.” The canonization was an important one for not only the Congregation of Holy Cross, but also Canadian Catholics, as Bessette is the first Canadian saint. Pope Benedict XVI also canonized five other saints at the same time as Bessette. Excerpts about each saint were read in his or her native language, Townsend said, and after each name was announced, it was easy to tell where each saints’ following was located. Townsend said the fact that the ceremony connected so many people made it an even more incredible experience. “It offered an extreme sense of spirituality and also pride in being part of the Catholic community, a community that really does touch every corner of the world,” Townsend said. “It was awesome that ND could give us that opportunity.” Even though they were thousands of miles away from South Bend, the group of students remained loyal to their school over the weekend by watching the Notre Dame football game against Western Michigan. “It was an incredible mixture of the wonder of being in a foreign country and of the sense of home I get from Notre Dame,” Kimball said.
By Mike IsbellUniversity of GeorgiaSo you didn’t get your garden planted this spring because theground was so wet, huh? And you still want to plant a garden.Well, plant a fall garden.In most cases, choose early-maturing vegetables. Lettuce,radishes, spinach, turnips and peas can be started from seed.Lettuce and radish can be seeded about every two weeks. Broccoli,cauliflower and collards can be transplanted toward the middle ofAugust to mid-September.For hardy crops like cabbage, cauliflower and collards, countback from your average first frost date (if you know) the numberof days the vegetable takes to mature (if you know that), andplant at that time.Backup planIf you don’t know either of those, then call your countyextension agent and find out.For half-hardy plants like beets and carrots, allow an additionalweek. And for tender crops like beans and sweet corn, allow anextra two weeks. Hopefully, this will keep an early frost fromkilling your vegetables before they mature.The garden pests will be out there, so be extra diligent inwatching for them.You can grow an abundant crop of fall tomatoes, but where can youbuy young tomato plants in the middle of the summer?Cut the suckersThe easiest way to solve that problem is to cut small suckersfrom spring-planted tomatoes and let them grow to full-sizeplants.You may have pinched out suckers at the first of the season, butsome have grown back in the axil of the stems. They should be 4to 6 inches long and have a growing point with several leaves.Sometime this month, cut the suckers from the plant, remove thelower leaves up to the bud and place them in a jar of water foran hour or two.Then plant them in pots for later transplanting or plant themdirectly into the garden. Keep them watered heavily for a fewdays until they’ve taken root.If you don’t want to do that, then simply lop off the top foot orso of a healthy plant and set it in water for a few days, thenplant it directly into the garden. Just don’t forget about. Itwill need to be watered and mulched well until roots form.If you don’t want to do that, just forget the tomatoes.(Mike Isbell is the Heard County Extension Coordinator withthe University of Georgia College of Agricultural andEnvironmental Sciences.)
If you ate at the restaurant on July 17 from 12:15 to 7:30 p.m. or July 18 from 3 to 7:30 p.m., the department asks that you self quarantine until Aug. 1. Symptoms of COVID-19 include coughing, fever and shortness of breath. The department reported an employee testing positive for the virus on July 10. (WBNG) — A second employee of Appleebee’s on Front Street in the town of Dickinson has tested positive for COVID-19, the Broome County Health Department says. The restaurant temporarily closed to disinfect.
The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) published data on employees by activities in January 2020, which show that compared to December 2019, the number of employees in the Republic of Croatia decreased by 1,4%. The decline in employment was most felt in the activities of providing accommodation and food preparation and serving, ie tourism and catering. If we look only at tourism and catering the results are even better. Compared to January 2019, the number of employees increased by 3,5%. In January, there were 71.949 employees in tourism and catering, of which 38.552 were women. Compared to December 2019, this is a decrease of as much as 12,2%. Source and photo: Central Bureau of Statistics / Photo: Pixabay When we compare the data with January 2019, the results are positive. Compared to the same month last year, the number of employees in January 2020 increased by 2,3%.
Meanwhile, China remains Indonesia’s largest trading partner, with a total trade value of US$72.8 billion in 2019, Indonesian Trade Ministry data said.Read also: Why are Chinese and Indian troops fighting in a remote Himalayan valley?Concerns have been raised as to how the conflict would impact India’s participation in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) – a proposed free trade agreement in the Indo-Pacific region between the 10 member states of ASEAN and five of ASEAN’s free trade agreement (FTA) partners, namely Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea. India, which is also ASEAN’s FTA partner, opted out of the RCEP in November last year but the remaining countries have since tried to sway India back. “Thus far, in every discussion about the RCEP, we know that the remaining countries are still trying to invite India back. There has been no conclusive result yet as negotiations, including the legal drafting of the partnership, will be concluded later this year,” Faizasyah said. As international communities are focusing on dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, Faizasyah said “any kind of development that could potentially disrupt [international] stability would further disrupt the global collective efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.”New Delhi and Beijing had traded accusations over which was to blame for the fight in the Ladakh region of the western Himalayas before they agreed to de-escalate the situation at their border as soon as possible, Reuters reported.India and China are both important economic partners for Indonesia. According to data from the Indian government, Indonesia has emerged as the second-largest trading partner for India in the ASEAN region. Bilateral trade increased from US$4.3 billion in the period of 2005 to 2006 to US$21 billion in the period of 2018 to 2019.India is the second-largest buyer of coal and crude palm oil from Indonesia and imports minerals, rubber, pulp and paper and hydrocarbons reserves. Topics : Indonesia has called for India and China, its two largest trading partners, to exercise restraint following armed conflict between the two countries over the past few days.As reported by Reuters, the Indian army said at least 20 of its soldiers had been killed in clashes with Chinese troops at a disputed border site between the two countries on Monday.“Indonesia closely follows any developments regarding the issue, and of course [we] hope that the relevant parties can find ways to reduce tension,” Indonesian Foreign Ministry spokesman Teuku Faizasyah said in a press briefing on Wednesday.
Loading… The Super Eagles head coach believes the Villarreal winger is blessed with all the talents he’ll need to be one of the very best players in the nearest future. The Umuahia-born forward rose to limelight after excelling at the 2015 FIFA World Cup, where the Golden Eaglets romped to a historic fifth triumph. Chukwueze joined Villarreal’s youth setup after the tournament and didn’t take long before he rose through the ranks. By May 2018, he had scored his first senior goal for the Yellow Submarines in a 3–1 away defeat of Athletic Bilbao. Later that year, Rohr handed the 20-year-old his Super Eagles debut in a 0–0 friendly draw against Uganda. Aside from winning the Nigeria Football Federation’s 2018 Young Player of the Year award, Chukwueze also earned a bronze medal as Nigeria finished in third-place at the 2019 AFCON. Rohr is entirely impressed by the youngster’s exploits, and he is confident the player’s versatility will make him go far in the game. Super Eagles Technical Adviser,Gernot Rohr, is convinced that Nigeria international, Samuel Chukwueze has the required qualifications to lead Nigeria football into a bright future. “He’s a left-hander who can play on all offensive positions,” the former Nice manager was quoted by Bein Sports. “He will go very, very far. I think he will join a top club very quickly. I’m sure they are thinking of him. If not, they’ll soon spot him. He already has the level to play anywhere. “When I think of him, I immediately see his joy in playing. It’s a pleasure to train him. I love him. “He is always enthusiastic, he brings joy to life. He is great, he is good both technically but also in his state of mind. An additional quality which makes him ‘a symbol of the new Nigerian generation.” read also:Copa del Rey: Chukwueze’s assist helps Villarreal reach quarter-final Chukwueze already has 13 caps for the Super Eagles, scoring twice. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享