January 4, 2019 /Sports News – Local Mitchell, Jazz send Cavs to 8th straight loss, win 117-91 Utah’s blitz continued in the fourth on an assortment of 3-pointers and layups that sent fans heading to the exits early. Cleveland (8-31) has the worst record in the NBA, with four of the losses in the streak coming by 20 or more points. TIP-INS Written by Cavaliers: Sexton, taken with the No. 8 pick in the draft, turned 20 years old Friday. … G Patrick McCaw was given a turnover when his pass sailed close to teammate Jalen Jones, who was walking to the scorers table to check into the game. Cleveland led 64-61 midway through the third quarter, but Mitchell’s 3-pointer tied the game and began a 20-7 run to end the period. Cavaliers: Host New Orleans on Saturday. Matthew Dellavedova missed the game with a sprained left foot. The backup guard, acquired from Milwaukee on Dec. 7, has provided a spark off the bench for the struggling team. Dellavedova is averaging 9.3 points and shooting 49 percent in 11 games. The Cavaliers opened the second quarter with a 14-2 run, sparked by 3-pointers from Rodney Hood, Alec Burks and Channing Frye, and led 45-36. Mitchell scored nine points in the final four minutes, including a 30-foot jumper and Utah trailed 49-48 at halftime. The Cavaliers have struggled all season. Tyronn Lue was fired as coach after four games and Cleveland began the season 0-6. All-Star forward Kevin Love had left foot surgery on Nov. 2, playing in only four games. Love has been cleared to begin some basketball activities, but no timetable has been given for his return. The Jazz trailed by one at halftime, but outscored the Cavaliers 69-42 in the second half and built a 34-point late in the game. Utah placed eight players in double figures. TRADE PARTNERS ANOTHER INJURY Jazz: Visit Detroit on Saturday. Alec Burks scored 17 points and rookie Collin Sexton had 13 for the Cavaliers. The win was Utah’s first in Cleveland since a 109-100 victory on March 5, 2012. Tags: Basketball/Donovan Mitchell/NBA/Utah Jazz Jae Crowder, acquired from Cleveland last season, scored 16 points. Ricky Rubio, who was listed at questionable with a sore left foot, added 15 while Rudy Gobert had 12 points and seven rebounds. UP NEXT The teams made two deals in 2018. Korver, who played on two NBA Finals in Cleveland, was dealt to Utah for Burks. The deal followed a trade in February that saw Hood join the Cavaliers for Crowder. Associated Press Korver, who played parts of three seasons with Cleveland, got a big ovation when his picture was shown on the scoreboard during a timeout. Hood had 12 points Friday night. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCLEVELAND (AP) — Donovan Mitchell scored 18 points and the Utah Jazz dominated the second half, sending the Cleveland Cavaliers to their eighth straight loss with a 117-91 victory on Friday night. Kyle Korver, acquired from Cleveland in November, was fouled shooting a 3-pointer and made all three shots. Crowder hit a 3-pointer and Utah led 81-71 going to the fourth quarter. Jazz: Mitchell didn’t score until late in the second quarter on a drive to the basket. … Utah, making the second stop on its four-game road trip, won’t return home until Jan. 9 against Orlando.
View post tag: News by topic Qatar Naval Officers Visit HMS Collingwood View post tag: Navy April 30, 2014 View post tag: Collingwood Back to overview,Home naval-today Qatar Naval Officers Visit HMS Collingwood View post tag: HMS This visit was part of a wider programme of UK Defence visits, which included Naval Command Headquarters and HM Naval Base Portsmouth.Dividing in to two groups, the visitors spent time in the Maritime Composite Training Systems, where they also witnessed training, and the Close Range Training Section where they were all given the opportunity to experience the General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG) simulator.Staff College student Major Al Hajri said of the tour “We have enjoyed it, it was a great pleasure to come here. You have more technology and we are very impressed with the gun simulator.”On completion of the equipment tours the visitors had lunch in the establishment’s Wardroom before departing for HM Naval Base Portsmouth.[mappress]Press Release, April 30, 2014; Image: Royal Navy View post tag: Naval Training & Education A delegation from the Qatar Staff College, lead by Colonel Bennett Chief of Directing Staff, visited HMS Collingwood recently to view the provision of simulation training. View post tag: Qatar View post tag: Officers View post tag: Visit Share this article
Share this article View post tag: US Navy View post tag: Indonesia Photo: Photo: Christopher Tucker/US Navy View post tag: Komodo 2018 The US Navy will join more than 30 nations for the Multinational Exercise Komodo 2018 on and in the waters near Lombok Island, Indonesia, from May 4 to 9.The exercise brings together navies from across the world to rehearse scenarios focused on collaborative solutions to humanitarian assistance and disaster relief and maritime domain awareness.“Komodo joins navies from around the world in a spirit of cooperation and friendship,” Rear Adm. Don Gabrielson, Commander Task Force 73, said.“Today’s security challenges transcend borders and require collaborative security efforts. Komodo fosters meaningful relationships that enhance cooperation between navies on shared challenges through common values,” Gabrielson stressed.Hosted by the Indonesian Navy, the theme for the third biennial Multinational Exercise Komodo is “Readiness and Cooperation for responding to humanitarian and disaster relief contingencies,” and will focus on maritime readiness and cooperation among navies for manmade and natural disasters.Komodo features a robust harbor phase that includes an international fleet review and a sea phase training scenario where participating navies will work together to enhance information sharing and maritime cooperation.The US Navy personnel will also participate in medical, civil engineering, and diving exchanges during the shore phase along with community outreach musical performances by the US 7th Fleet band.US assets participating in Komodo 2018 include staff from Task Force 73 and Destroyer Squadron 7, the expeditionary fast transport ship USNS Millinocket (T-EPF-3), a P-8A Poseidon, a Mobile Dive and Salvage Unit (MDSU) detachment, US Marines, US Navy Seabees, and the US 7th Fleet band.Related: Philippine Navy ship departs for Indonesia to join Komodo 2018
The 96th annual Vanderburgh County 4H Fair gets underway this Monday, July 25, 2016. With shows, music, rides, races, pageants, contests, exhibits and food the 4H fair truly has something for everyone. Over 45,000 people are expected to attend this year.The Sheriff’s Office tent will again be located near the fairgrounds main office. Please stop by and meet the men and women of the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office bicycle patrol unit will be on hand throughout the entire fair week.Sheriff Dave Wedding would like everyone to have a great time at the fair and be safe. “Fairgoers need to remember that farm machinery and livestock can be dangerous if not treated with respect. The potential for an accident exists anytime you bring heavy equipment, large animals and crowds of people together.” Sheriff Wedding added, “Please watch your speed as you drive in designated parking areas. Be on the lookout for pedestrians and children that may dart unexpectedly from a row of cars.”The Sheriff’s Office asks that fairgoers respect marked boundaries and warning signs. Please keep an eye on small children and don’t permit them to become separated from the group. The Sheriff’s Office tent will be passing out wristbands for small children to wear that will allow deputies or firefighters to call a missing parent on their cellphone. Last year’s fair resulted in a few minor cuts and scrapes, mostly related to trips and falls. The hot weather did cause a few people to overexert themselves. This year’s forecast calls for a high of 89 degrees. Fairgoers are reminded to stay hydrated and avoid direct sunlight for extended periods.Thunderstorms are forcasted for this year’s fair, please be aware of the dangers of lightning. Pay attention to the fair’s public address system for warnings and instructions. The safest place to be in a lightning storm is inside your car with the windows closed or inside a structure. Do not stand under a tree or touch any conductive surfaces (e.g. leaning against a building or sitting on grandstand bleachers).Many of the events at the 4H Fair feature off-highway vehicles that are not equipped with mufflers. The sound can easily exceed 115 decibels. At this level, hearing damage can result in less than 30 minutes of exposure. Fairgoers who are planning on attending events at the 4H arena are reminded to bring adequate hearing protection for themselves and their children.A contingent of Sheriff’s deputies and Scott Township Fire Department firefighters and paramedics will be present throughout the fairgrounds to address any security or safety concerns. The Indiana State Police will be providing traffic control on US 41.General Fair Rules:Firearms are not permitted.Coolers and backpacks are subject to inspection.No glass containers are permitted.The sale or consumption of alcoholic beverages is not allowed.No fireworks are permitted.Skateboards or roller skates are prohibited.All livestock must remain in designated areas.Animals (excluding service animals and Pokémon) not registered for an event or function are not permitted.Parking is only allowed in designated areas.Please follow the instructions of 4H fair staff members.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
ENGINEERS WEEK — Grade 3 students in Mrs. Coles’s Technology Class, celebrate Engineers Week by designing towers and perches with toothpicks and styrofoam packing peanuts ×
n Ingredients supplier Mayfair Foods has acquired Hall Farm Merchants, a dried fruit business, with immediate effect. “We feel the acquisition of Hall Farm Merchants’ business fits the dynamics of Mayfair Foods,” said a spokesperson for the company, who added that it was looking to make further acquisitions.n The Office of National Statistics (ONS) revealed last week that the Retail Price Index, the most familiar domestic measure of inflation in the UK, has risen to 4.1%. According to ONS, the rate of inflation grew, due to pressure from petrol and food prices. The government’s target measure was 2.2% in January, up from 2.1% in December.n To celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight 2008, which runs from 25 February to 9 March, Waitrose is offering customers 20% off selected Fairtrade products. These include Balance Foods Fairtrade Rice Cakes, Doves Farm Flapjacks, Waitrose Organic Fairtrade Fruit and Nuts Chewy Bars and selected Traidcraft Cookies.n UK companies say that a more difficult economy in 2008 is having a direct impact on their efforts to save energy. An annual survey, conducted by YouGov for energy company EON, found that 71% of senior business leaders predict that the UK is either heading for, or already in, a recession and nearly half say that this will impact their ability to be ’greener’ by cutting back on the time and resources they dedicate to saving energy.
The Fabulous Bakin’ Boys has revamped its impulse range, working on more eye-catching packaging design and recipe reformulation, with artificial additives taken out and more inclusions put in. The range features: Fabulous Flapjacks – made with jumbo oats; Marvelous Muffins, in Sticky Toffee, Double Choc, Cherry and Blueberry varieties; Caramel Shortcake – with more caramel and a new shortcake recipe; Dark Choc Brownie – in a larger portion size; Fairtrade Flapjacks – 50% larger and with new packaging; and new Fruit or Lemon & White Chocolate Loaf Cakes, with a Carrot Cake option coming soon.’’www.bakinboys.co.uk’’
Faculty and students gathered for the first lecture in the Spirituality Monday series, sponsored by the Saint Mary’s Center for Spirituality, to hear justice education professor Adrienne Lyles Chockley share insights on the relationship between spirituality and law in the Student Center.Lyles Chockley said she defines her personal spirituality as an “internal life directed by confident faith, passion, transcendence and revelation of God.”This notion of spirituality influences her legal career, she said.“Spirituality guides power in a very healthy way,” she said.Lyles Chockley said she acted as an advocate for rape victims while living in California. Sexual assault is an issue that “men and women address together,” she said.Lyles Chockley said during her time as a legal advocate for needy clients, she witnessed callings that told her where she needed to be and guided her to help people. Some of these callings directed her to attend Notre Dame over a free alternative institution, to start her own legal practice and to start a social justice initiative in Benton Harbor, Mich., she said.Although her goal was set on obtaining her legal degree, Lyles Chockley said she strongly supports the idea of being an equal to the people she serves. She also said she believes being a powerful lawyer entails more spiritual ability because ex-offenders often lack “self-love.”“Spirituality can make attorneys better practitioners of the law.”Lyles Chockley said she wants to be more than an attorney.“What can we do as a community to make sure everyone’s fundamental human rights are enforced and not just the rights that you have on paper or the rights you have on agreement with another party,” she said.The next talk in the series features biology professor Tom Fogle discussing the connections of spirituality to biology, to take place Thursday, Feb. 13, and the final installment features chair of the Social Work Department Frances Kominkiewicz discussing the relationship between spirituality and social work Monday, Feb. 17.
Court seeks volunteers to serve as tour guides The Florida Supreme Court is seeking volunteers to serve as tour guides at the court.“Tour volunteers fill the important role of educating our many visitors, mostly students, about the judicial branch of government and its critical role of ensuring our freedoms as Americans,” said Chief Justice Barbara Pariente. “Our volunteers accomplish this through a variety of educational materials and activities including building tours, oral histories, and/or mock oral arguments.”Since the inception of the court’s tour program, volunteers have been the keystone of the program’s success, providing judicial education to over 8,000 visitors each year, according to the Supreme Court Historical Society.The court will hold a “kick-off” reception for the 2006 Supreme Court Tour Program November 8, from 9-10 a.m., in the Supreme Court library.“This will include a brief introduction to the program, as well as an opportunity to meet the tour coordinators and other volunteers,” Pariente said, adding those who attend the kick-off won’t have to make any immediate commitment. “I hope you will be inspired to join in this worthwhile endeavor and attend the training session which will take place in February.”For more information about serving as a tour volunteer contact Tricia Knox in the Supreme Court Library at (850) 921-9446 or [email protected] Court seeks volunteers to serve as tour guides November 1, 2005 Regular News
CHRIS’ PICKBOB DYLAN: ANOTHER SELF PORTRAIT (1969-1971) THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 10 (COLUMBIA/LEGACY RECORDINGS)Released just in time to coincide with the changing of leaves from green to bright red and orange and rustic brown hues before winter winds whisk them from their branches and litter the ground, so too will this latest edition of Dylan’s acclaimed Bootleg Series brush emotional, intimate watercolor splashes and bursts across the secret canvas of your mind before vanishing like whispers, residual swirls of phantom loves and gypsies and heartache and triumph hanging around long after the songs have been sung. These 35 rarities, demos, alternate takes and previously unreleased recordings—available in both as a two-disc set or four-disc deluxe box set (which includes the complete Dylan and The Band’s 1969 Isle of Wight gig, a newly remastered version of 1970’s Self Portrait and two hardcover books of liner notes)—reveal different shades of the man who created such colorful magic, too.#TOMOTHY’S PICKMCCALL WINES’ 2010 CORCHAUG ESTATE PINOT NOIRSince this seriously sultry red wine’s reserve won the New York Wine and Food Classic prize in August, helping this Cutchogue winery earn the title of best in the state, bottles have been playing hard-to-get. The surest way to taste this plumby, world-class vintage barrel aged in French oak is to make the trip to the heart of the North Fork wine trail, where McCall’s tasting room lies in a converted horse barn on their Peconic Bay farm. The dark cherry balanced with nuanced aromas of strawberry and spice sets up a structured, elegant finish that wine lovers say pairs perfectly with another LI delicacy:Pekin duck.RASHED’S PICKI SHALL NOT HATE: A GAZA DOCTOR’S JOURNEY ON THE ROAD TO PEACE AND HUMAN DIGNITY BY DR. IZZELDIN ABUELAISHMore than 100,000 people have been killed in the ongoing Syrian civil war, thousands of whom are women and children, terror attacks are commonplace across the globe, and violent confrontations between Palestinians and Israelis shatter hope of a peaceful resolution between the two sides. Despite all this, a ray of sunlight cuts through the despair. Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish, a Palestinian physician whose three daughters were killed by Israeli soldiers in 2009, is using his anguish as a force for good instead of revenge by imploring people of different religions, ethnicities and beliefs to choose words over guns and bombs. His hope, as he writes in his book, is that other children—Palestinian and Israeli—don’t fall victim to further clashes. Get ready to be inspired. SPENCER’S PICKNIKOLA TESLA—“THE BLUE PORTRAIT”Everybody got a postcard-sized print of the visionary inventor at a special event in Shoreham hosted by the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe last month. To spark the occasion the Republic of Serbia presented a monument where their native son had once erected a tower almost 200 feet high that he hoped would provide wireless power to the world for free. With luck and more funding, Wardenclyffe will someday soon be open to the public. Tesla dubbed this 1916 painting the “Blue Portrait” because he had the studio bathed in blue light as he posed in Manhattan for his friend, Princess Vilma Lwoff-Parlaghy, an aristocratic Hungarian artist. On Tesla’s 75th birthday in 1931, Time magazine ran a cropped version on the cover. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York