August 4, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 8/4 Written by Tags: Girls Soccer/prep sports FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailGirls SoccerNon-RegionNEPHI, Utah-Marissa Hall scored twice and the Juab Wasps pounded Tooele 5-0 Tuesday in non-region girls soccer action. Brooke McPherson, Clancie Probst and Melea Ludlow also scored in the win for the Wasps. Kylie Finlinson and Savanah Rasch combined on the shutout for Juab.MANTI, Utah-Alivya Osborn found the net twice and the Manti Templars drilled Millard 6-0 in non-region girls soccer action Tuesday. Allie Bridges, Ally Squire, Breanne Wayman and Kassidy Alder also scored in the win for the Templars. Katie Larsen posted the shutout for Manti. Brad James
On June 12th in Brest, DCNS delivered the FREMM multi-mission frigate Provence to the French Navy, as stipulated in the contract. This frigate is the second of the series ordered by OCCAR on behalf of the DGA (French armament procurement agency).Delivery of the FREMM multi-mission frigate Provence is the result of a design and construction process managed by DCNS in close cooperation with the French Navy, DGA and OCCAR teams.All DCNS sites, its partners and subcontractors took part to this technological and industrial success to ensure compliance with the industrial milestones, in particular the launching in September 2013 and the first sea outing in September 2014.The delivery of the second series to the French Navy took place just a few weeks after the first successful firing in Europe of a naval cruise missile from the first-of-class, the FREMM Aquitaine.The delivery of the FREMM Provence marks the culmination in the ramping up of SETIS®, the latest-generation combat system developed by DCNS. The ship is now equipped with a cutting-edge solution that is perfectly integrated on board.Image: DCNS Authorities View post tag: News by topic View post tag: French Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today FREMM Provence Delivered to the French Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: FREMM Provence June 15, 2015 View post tag: europe Share this article View post tag: Navy FREMM Provence Delivered to the French Navy
Katie Stancombe for www.theindianalawyer.comThe 7th Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated a claim filed by nearly 30 workers who argue a microwave popcorn plant failed to warn them of exposure during the manufacturing process to a butter flavor ingredient that has been linked to a disease known as “popcorn lung.”The workers allege that exposure caused them to suffer from respiratory injuries related to the flavoring ingredient diacetyl while working at the ConAgra Snack Foods Group plant in Rensselaer. In Sept. 2017, Senior Judge Sarah Evans Barker granted summary judgment to the plant’s longtime supplier, Givaudan Flavors Corp., finding that the plaintiffs provided no expert testimony on the costs and benefits of a diacetyl-free butter flavor.In Gregory Aregood, Jr. v. Givaudan Flavors Corporation, 17-3390, Givaudan faced several claims under Indiana product liability law for strict liability, failure to warn, negligence, and design defect. On appeal, the 7th Circuit Court found summary judgment for Givaudan to be proper on all counts, with the exception that the supplier failed to warn that its products contained a dangerous substance.When inhaled, diacetyl can cause bronchiolitis obliterans or “popcorn lung” — the inflammation and obstruction of the smallest airways of the lungs. Symptoms include a dry cough, shortness of breath, wheezing, fatigue, and can lead to worse personal injuries.“In the mid‐1980s, Givaudan learned from its trade association that inhaling diacetyl was ‘harmful’ and ‘capable of producing system toxicity,’” Judge Michael Brennan wrote for the panel Thursday. “In the 1990s, three employees at Givaudan’s plant in Cincinnati were diagnosed with bronchiolitis obliterans, and one died.”On appeal, the employees focused on Givaudan’s manufacturing and supply of butter flavorings, its accompanying material safety data sheets, and the lack of warnings that the flavorings contained diacetyl. In order to show that the butter flavorings were defective under the Indiana Product Liability Act and to prevail on their failure to warn claim, the 7th Circuit noted the plaintiffs needed show Givaudan had a duty to adequately warn about a latent dangerous characteristic. The 7th Circuit found that the supplier failed to warn in that regard.The 7th Circuit also found that a jury could reasonably conclude that Givaudan knew of diacetyl’s dangers after several cases of bronchiolitis obliterans in the 1990s, as well as the need to protect its own employees and the users of its products.“Viewing the evidence in the employees’ favor, and drawing justifiable inferences for them, a reasonable jury could conclude that Givaudan failed to discharge its duty to warn the plaintiff employees on the dangers of diacetyl,” the court concluded. “Thus, summary judgment should not have been granted to Givaudan on plaintiffs’ failure to warn claim.”FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Relix has announced their first-ever Live Music Conference, set to take place on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York. The one-day event will bring the leading figures in today’s industry to shed light on the fast-paced and ever-changing live music business. The Relix Live Music Conference will feature panels and discussions covering subjects related to venues, festivals, publicity and management, presentations on technology and non-profits, plus a keynote with two of live music’s most legendary promoters. The conference will serve as the coming together of all the pieces and people that help bring a live show to life, providing opportunities for networking, discussion and education.Moderators include Kirk Peterson (Brooklyn Bowl/ The Capitol Theatre/ LOCKN’), Mike Greenhaus (Relix Media Group), Jake Szufnarowski (Rocks Off), and Dean Budnick (Relix Media Group), with presentations from Andy Bernstein (Headcount), Justin Bolognino (META.is), and so many more.Speakers include Michael Dorf (City Winery), John Moore (Bowery Presents), Jim Glancy (Bowery Presents), Don Strasburg (AEG), Josh Knight (Monterey International, INC), Ken Weinstein (Big Hassle Media), Emma Matthieson (Brooklyn Bowl/ The Capitol Theatre/ LOCKN’), Kevin Calabro (Calabro Music Media & Royal Potato Family), Rebecca Shapiro (Shore Fire Media), Jonathan Azu (Red Light Management), Mike Martinovich (Red Light Management), Mike Luba (Madison House Presents), Patrick Jordan (Red Light Management), Stef Scamardo (Hard Head MGMT), Dave Frey (LOCKN’), Jay Sweet (Newport Folk Festival), Dan Berkowitz (CID), Janine Small (Janine Small, PLLC), Robin McNicol (Superfly), and more.To close the evening, there will be a very special conversation with Relix founder Peter Shapiro (Dayglo Ventures) and Ron Delsener (LN NY) moderated by David Fricke (Rolling Stone), followed by a happy hour, and performance from The Meat Puppets and Mike Watt & The Secondmen.Tickets, which go on-sale this Friday, March 10th at 12PM ET, include a full day of panels, lunch, happy hour, admittance to The Meat Puppets and Mike Watt & The Secondmen at Brooklyn Bowl and a one-year subscription to Relix Magazine. More information available here.See below for the full schedule:9 AM – Doors (Light breakfast + Coffee)9:30 – 10:15 AM – Talent Buying Panel:– Moderator: Kirk Peterson (Brooklyn Bowl/ The Capitol Theatre/ LOCKN’)– Speakers: Michael Dorf (City Winery), John Moore (Bowery Presents), Jim Glancy (Bowery Presents), Don Strasburg (AEG), Josh Knight (Monterey International, INC)10:20 – 11:05 AM – Publicity Panel:– Moderator: Mike Greenhaus (Relix Media Group)– Speakers: Ken Weinstein (Big Hassle Media), Emma Matthieson (Brooklyn Bowl/ The Capitol Theatre/ LOCKN’), Kevin Calabro (Calabro Music Media & Royal Potato Family), Rebecca Shapiro (Shore Fire Media), Jonathan Azu (Red Light Management)11:10 – 11:25 AM – Activism: presentation by Andy Bernstein (Headcount) 11:30 – 11:45 AM – Ticketing: presentation by Josh Baron (Songkick) 11:45 – 12:45 PM – Break for lunch12:55 – 1:40 PM – Management Panel:– Moderator: Jake Szufnarowski (Rocks Off)– Speakers: Mike Martinovich (Red Light Management), Mike Luba (Madison House Presents), Patrick Jordan (Red Light Management), Stef Scamardo (Hard Head MGMT)1:45 – 2:00 PM – Technology: presentation by Justin Bolognino (META.is)2:05 – 2:50 PM – Festivals Panel: Presented by Ascend Insurance Brokerage– Moderator: Dean Budnick (Relix Media Group)– Speakers: Dave Frey (LOCKN’), Jay Sweet (Newport Folk Festival), Dan Berkowitz (CID), Janine Small (Janine Small, PLLC), Robin McNicol (Superfly)2:55 – 3:40 PM – Keynote: Presented by Access IndustriesA conversation with Peter Shapiro (Dayglo Ventures) and Ron Delsener (LN NY) moderated by David Fricke (Rolling Stone)4 – 6:00 PM – Happy Hour6:00 PM – All attendees are invited to attend The Meat Puppets and Mike Watt & The Secondmen at Brooklyn Bowl
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Sightlines Institute:In his continuing bid to earn his country the title of most corrupt petro-state, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau just committed his government—or, rather, all of the country’s citizens—to a Can$4.5 billion bailout for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.Trudeau’s government has agreed to buy the existing Trans Mountain Pipeline, along with associated assets, from the current owner, a subsidiary of Houston-based Kinder Morgan, Inc. And despite fierce opposition from the provincial government of British Columbia, First Nations groups, local municipalities, environmental activists, government watchdogs, and any sensible person concerned about the integrity of the Salish Sea, Trudeau plans to move forward with building a second pipeline that would nearly triple flows of heavy tar sands oil to the BC coast.The big winner in all this is Houston’s richest billionaire, Richard Kinder—the executive chairman of Kinder Morgan, a multinational pipeline giant that rose from the ashes of Enron and succeeded in playing the Canadian government like a fiddle throughout the years-long Trans Mountain saga.Canadian government bails out Houston billionaire On the blogs: billionaire Houston oilman is the winner in Canada’s rescue of Trans Mountain pipeline project
It’s important to note that while many people consider cicadas a nuisance, they play an important role in the ecosystem. They don’t bite or sting and they feed only on tree sap. They do have the potential to damage newly planted fruit, ornamental and hardwood trees because female cicadas lay their eggs on small branches and twigs, causing them to snap. Established trees should fair just fine during the weeks the six-legged, bug-eyed creatures call them home. Photo from Getty Images Though they’ve spent the last 17 years maturing underground, Brood IX cicadas live only 4-6 weeks above ground. Their purpose is to mate—that loud, buzzing sound you hear is produced by adult males to attract females. Residents of southwestern Virginia and beyond will soon begin to hear the buzz of cicada wings as the insects known as Brood IX begin emerging from the ground in early May to mate. This brood of periodical cicadas have spent the past 17 years underground, feeding on the nutrients from wooded plants in the soil. While most people are familiar with annual cicadas that make an appearance every year near the end of summer, the 17-year Brood IX arrives in tremendous numbers, swarming trees and dive-bombing people as they mind their own business outside. Dogs love them– they make a delicious, crunchy snack. In order for the insects to emerge, soil temperatures about 6-10 inches below the ground need to reach approximately 65 degrees. When that happens, the bugs will arrive in parts of North Carolina, Southwest Virginia and West Virginia.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An East Meadow man has been convicted of some charges but acquitted of second-degree manslaughter in a crash that caused the death of a 25-year-old off-duty NYPD officer two years ago.A Nassau County jury found Jonathan Lopez, 22, guilty Friday of assault, reckless endangerment and reckless driving.Prosecutors said Lopez was racing his Nissan eastbound on the Southern State Parkway when he rear-ended a vehicle driven by Kevin Jessup of Massapequa in the early morning hours of September 2011.“We respect the jury’s careful and lengthy deliberations in this difficult case,” said Shams Tarek, spokesman for District Attorney Kathleen Rice. “Street racing endangers everyone on the road and its seriousness is reflected in the jury’s guilty verdicts.”Jessup, who had been on the job since 2008, died shortly after the crash.His passenger, 30-year-old Crystal Simons of Valley Stream, was treated for minor injuries along with Lopez and Dawn Smallwood of Melville, whose car was struck by Jessup’s vehicle.He faces up to one year in jail when he is sentenced on Jan. 16.
For the second time in less than two months, at least four wildfires have destroyed homes, buildings, cars, and more than 80,000 acres forcing tens of thousands to evacuate their neighborhoods and communities over the last three days across Los Angeles, Ventura, San Bernardino and Riverside counties in California.At least six credit unions were forced to temporarily close some of their branches because of the threat from the fires or because of power outages.Credit unions that closed branches Tuesday and Wednesday were the $473 million CBC Federal Credit Union in Oxnard, Calif., the $2.4 billion Premier America Credit Union in Chatsworth, the $2.8 billion Unify Financial Federal Credit Union in Torrance, the $633 million Water and Power Community Credit Union, the $223 million Popa Federal Credit Union in Cerritos, according to the California Credit Union League.Late Wednesday, Joe Schroeder, president/CEO of the $835 million Ventura County Credit Union in Ventura, decided to close three branches until further notice because of air quality issues. continue reading » 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFeb. 4, 2015Garden City, NY — Morey Publishing proudly announces the promotion of Jaime Franchi to Executive Editor. Franchi had been a staff writer at the Garden City-based website design, corporate communications and creative agency since October 2013. “Jaime’s professionalism and dedication to her craft is inspiring,” says Jed Morey, President of Morey Publishing. “From the moment she joined our team, Jaime made an impact. Her love of writing and enthusiasm for every project, every story is contagious. She’s a force.” An award-winning journalist who has covered a diversity of subjects ranging from local and state politics, immigration and education issues, entertainment trends and human interest topics for Morey Publishing’s Long Island Press and Milieu Magazine, Franchi holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Dowling College and is trained in marketing and copywriting. Her work can also be found in Salon, The Huffington Post, Punchnel’s and The New York Times.Franchi’s talent for storytelling and crafting exceptional content has been recognized by the New York Press Association and the local chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. In addition to contributing to Morey Publishing’s legacy of award-winning news and feature articles, Franchi has also been the company’s chief content creator for its ever-expanding portfolio of corporate clients. Her work has encompassed the automotive, healthcare, education and manufacturing fields and includes such industry leaders as NY Auto Giant, Five Towns College and Pieper Bar Review, among many others.Franchi possesses a natural enthusiasm for the craft of writing that is both contagious and inspiring. She approaches each and every subject with a genuine curiosity and a devout commitment to excellence evident in her finished pieces, whether issues-oriented blog posts, company profiles and staff biographies or thoroughly researched corporate histories, service summaries and mission statements. Franchi’s background in journalism and marketing results in client content that is informative, comprehensive, impressive, and moving. “I am thrilled to continue providing top-quality content to so many outstanding businesses across Long Island and New York State, and I look forward to making all our clients’ dreams and visions a reality,” said Franchi. ABOUT MOREY PUBLISHINGMorey Publishing is a Long Island, NY-based web design and advertising agency that provides traditional and interactive solutions for its clients. From web design and video production to corporate strategy and brand identity consultation, Morey Publishing takes a holistic approach to our clients advertising, marketing and branding needs.For inquiries, contact:Beverly FortuneChief Operating Officer, Morey [email protected]g.com
Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionMore proof Trump doesn’t understand our military or our democracy: He could have been the military man he says he is. But he instead used his money (fake medical) not to. He played golf while others were killed, maimed and got PTSD. The military should not be used to feed his ego and bullying personality.Jeffery DareLathamMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Albany County warns of COVID increase