INVERNESS COUNTY: Crowdis Bridge Crowdis Bridge is closed until further notice for repairs. A detour is available via Crowdis Cross, West Big Intervale, and Hatchery roads. CONTINUING WORK VICTORIA COUNTY: Gillis Bridge Gillis Bridge, on North Branch Road, just past Uisge Bàn (USH-KA BAN) Falls Provincial Park, is closed until further notice. Access to the park is not affected. -30- INVERNESS COUNTY: West Lake Ainslie Road The Hayes River Bridge on West Lake Ainslie Road has a 15 tonne weight restriction. DIGBY COUNTY: Salmon River Bridge The Salmon River Bridge on Trunk 1 in Salmon River is reduced to one lane for repairs until further notice. The bridge has an 18 tonne weight restriction. Vehicles over 18 tonnes must use the detour route on Salmon River Road, Exit 32, Highway 101 to Exit 31.
Shimla: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on Wednesday announced launch of a scheme to buy back non-recyclable polythene at a fixed price. He also launched environment-friendly bags made by the Department of Environmental Science and Technology. Congratulating people on World Environment Day, the Chief Minister appreciated the support given by them in ensuring effective ban on plastic in the state. He also launched the launched WaPIS (Water Purification Invigorative Scheme) under which 38 types of plant species have been identified to treat waste water in river streams. This project will be implemented in Sukhna rivulet in Parwanoo, Markanda river in Kala Amb and Sirsa river in Baddi, all located in state’s main industrial hub in Solan district.
Chennai: Members of the All India Bank Employees’ Association on Saturday staged a protest here against the Centre’s decision to merge 10 public sector banks into four entities. Employees of all public and private sector banks wore black badges to work as a mark of protest to the government’s decision. The Association’s General Secretary, C H Venkatachalam said the government’s move was “ill timed” and needs a review. A rally opposing it was also planned by the Association, Venkatachalam told PTI. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ He alleged the merger of public sector banks would mean closure of six banks. The BJP government at the Centre had on Friday unveiled a mega plan to merge 10 public sector banks into four, to create fewer and stronger global-sized bankers as it looks to revive economic growth. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Friday said 10 public sector banks — Punjab National Bank, Canara bank, Union Bank of India, Indian Bank, United Bank of India, Allahabad Bank, Syndicate Bank, Corporation Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce and Andhra Bank would be merged. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&K “Government may call it a merger.. six banks which have been built up over the years will disappear from banking scenario”, Venkatachalam said. He recalled that when the financial recession was experienced world over in 2008, the domestic banking system was safe because of public sector banks. On further course of action, he said the Union would meet in New Delhi on September 11 to decide on going on strike.
New Delhi: The arrest of the two Afghan nationals with 2 kgs of heroin concealed in their stomach has once again proved that the most common modus operandi in drug smuggling remains ‘Swallowing’.The drug mules (carriers) often swallow heroin and cocaine-filled in tiny balloons with small quality of the drugs. A carrier has to swallow many dozens of such capsules which are later recovered from the faeces after administering laxatives. The balloons may be made by multi-layered condoms, fingers of latex gloves and sometimes more sophisticated hollow pellets. An increasingly popular type of swallowing involves having the drug in the form of liquid-filled balloons or packages. These are impossible to detect unless the airport has high-sensitivity X-Ray equipment, as a liquid mixture of water and the drug will most likely not be detected using a standard X-Ray machine. Also Read – Gurdwara Bangla Sahib bans single use plastic”Though, swallowing the drugs could dodge the scanners at the airports sometimes as the packing is hard enough not to let the vapours out making it hard for the machines to detect it. We have to constantly rely on human intelligence for segregating the suspect from the normal passenger,” said a senior police officer. However, ruptured packets inside the stomach can be fatal and often require treatment as for a drug overdose and may require admission to an intensive care unit. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderSeventy-five capsules of cocaine were found inside the abdomen of a Bolivian national who died in Delhi last year . Salomon Edgar Vaca Arambel, 49, was intercepted by the customs officials at the Delhi International Airport after his arrival from Addis Ababa on April 27. Also, in 2013, an Afgan national Niaz Mohammad also died allegedly due to cocaine capsule burst inside his stomach after he visited Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar to visit a friend. “Source-based intelligence still remains the most effective means to counter drug trafficking especially when the drug is hidden inside the stomach,” said the officer.
Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor’s lawyer would not disclose who is paying the quarterback’s legal bills, but he did tell The Lantern on Thursday that he does not anticipate any further sanctions for his client regarding the cars he has driven during his time at OSU. Larry James, a Columbus attorney who represents Pryor, explained the quarterback’s vehicle history and said his client did not commit any infractions. “In order to have infractions, he would have to receive something of a benefit that other students or the public would not normally receive,” James said. James said Pryor’s mother, Thomasina Pryor, purchased a Hyundai Sonata in 2008 for her son, then a high school senior in Jeanette, Pa. James said the car died sometime during the first year and a half, and was traded in for a Dodge Charger, for which Thomasina also paid. When the Charger began having problems, Pryor traded it in for about $7,800, and purchased a Nissan 350Z for about $11,000 after the trade-in. “The monthly payments are $289 a month,” James said. “That is about a nickel difference between the Charger and the 350Z.” Pryor drove three or four loaner cars during the times the Charger was being serviced, James said. “The idea of getting a loaner when your car is being serviced is pretty standard,” he said. James would not identify who is paying for his client’s legal bills. “I can’t tell you and wouldn’t tell you, and it’s inappropriate to tell you,” James said. “The public does not get to know that.” James said Pryor had his license reinstated since receiving a ticket for running a stop sign Feb. 17. “He has his license as we speak,” James said. “He went down today to show proof of insurance.” James said he doesn’t understand the current media scrutiny. “Particularly for a young student-athlete, I think it’s been awful,” James said. “If you look at allegations about the cars, they have been anything but factual. It has been punitive and I don’t get that.”
At the SME Annual Conference in Denver, Maestro Digital Mine has launched its latest digital solution, the EthernetI/O™. Maestro Digital Mine manufacturers Internet of Things (IoT) measurement and control instrumentation for the optimisation of underground mine ventilation and underground digital networks for last mile communication. Maestro’s EthernetI/O™ “provides both remote I/O functions as well as two full PID control loops over standard industrial Ethernet communication protocols. EthernetI/O™ helps to reduce or eliminate the use of complex and expensive PLCs in the underground mine environment, saving both time and money.”Michael Gribbons, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Maestro Digital Mine remarks: “Instead of purchasing an expensive programmable logic controller (PLC), rack, rugged enclosure, adding power supplies, loop isolation and wiring, the EthernetI/O™ is a comprehensive solution that can be rolled out and configured using a simple web interface. No additional power supply, enclosure or wiring. No more programming. No more expensive and complicated PLC solutions. No more software licencing models and renewals. Mine hardened and ready for deployment out of the box.”EthernetI/O™ is currently available in two versions. One for analogue and discrete devices (model AD4) and a second (model RTD12) with RTD inputs. Applications for the EthernetI/O™ range include: level entry monitoring of utilities such as water, compressed air, diesel fuel and paste/backfill; level entry control of compressed air shut-off valves for energy programs; level entry control of water pressure regulation; monitoring of fan/motor bearings and motor stator temperatures; monitoring of ore pass and bin levels; monitoring and control of automated doors; monitoring and control of level air regulators; gate control and monitoring; dewatering pump monitoring and control; remote fuel station level monitoring; and monitoring of shaft bottom level.EthernetI/O™ supports communication over Modbus TCP/IP or EtherNet/IP™ industrial protocols making integration into both current and legacy systems simple. “Maestro has successfully deployed this solution in some of the largest global mining companies which include Rio Tinto, BHP, Vale and several small to medium sized mining operations. Maestro products are made exclusively for the underground mine automation, IT and ventilation sectors, delivering energy savings and productivity improvements while meeting the highest health and safety standards.”
According to Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl, if a good offer comes for the footballer the team will let him go.Italian footballer Manolo Gabbiadini joined Southampton in 2017.But he has yet to impress the club and new manager Ralph Hasenhuttl believes they might have to let him go.“I know that there a few interests,” Hasenhuttl told The Daily Echo.“Our squad at the moment is too big – we have to sell players and he’s one that other clubs are interested in.”Solskjaer slams Man United’s draw: “We should have won” Andrew Smyth – August 31, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left to rue another missed opportunity as Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw against 10-man Southampton.“It could happen in next few days that he transfers,” he added.“What we want to give him is a chance to make the next step.”“If there is the possibility, then we will help him to do so,” he commented.“He has done a lot for this club and we will find a good solution which is a win-win for both sides.”
MIAMI (WSVN) – Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to the scene of a car engulfed in flames along Interstate 95, Monday morning.According to officials, the car caught fire in the southbound lanes of I-95, near the Golden Glades Interchange.The car was unoccupied when fire rescue arrived on the scene.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
WEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – WEST MIAMI (WSVN) — Former University of Miami football player Michael Wyche has been cleared of a domestic violence charge.Police arrested Wyche in October 2015 after he was accused of getting physical with his girlfriend in their home.Records with the clerk of courts show the charge has been dropped.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Hearst will be raising the rate base of Food Network Magazine to 1.25 million. The boost will take effect with the July/August issue, and represents 150,000 more copies than originally planned. Published in partnership with the Food Network, which is run by the Scripps Networks, the magazine was introduced with two newsstand-only test issues in October 2008 and January 2009, resulting in a 70 percent sell-through of the first test issue and more than 550,000 paid subscriptions through April 2009.This is the third rate base increase post-launch for the bimonthly, essentially tripling the number of copies distributed from its 400,000 debut. Newsstand sales, according to the December 2009 ABC publisher’s statement, were close to 360,000 at a $3.99 cover price. The magazine essentially carries no verified or public place copies.”This is proof that readers and marketers respond to great brands,” vice president and publisher Vicki Wellington said in a statement, “especially when they offer an original, creative and unique point of view.”
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are recent articles about Wilmington — published online between April 22, 2018 to April 29, 2018 — that residents should consider reading:Wilmington Town CrierBoard of Selectmen recognizes outgoing chair by Lizzie McDermottSciarappa Farm purchase poses financial hurdles by Lizzie McDermottRep. Miceli ‘was a good man doing good work‘ by Cassia BurnsLooking back on a political life: Rep. Jim Miceli served 40 years in the State House by Larz NeilsonWilmington Town Crier sports stories can be read HERE.Wilmington AdvocateNoneWilmington PatchNoneLowell SunWilmington voters elect Eaton selectman by Kori TuittMiceli’s death spurs mad dash to fill rep seat by Kori Tuitt & Aaron CurtisMiceli mourned: ‘He never missed anything’ by Kori TuittRemember when — Rep. Jim Miceli? by Chris TierneyOther CoverageWilmington’s dynamic duo will continue together in college (Boston Herald)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB: The Best Stories From Wilmington’s NewspapersIn “Community”WILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB: The Best Stories From Wilmington’s NewspapersIn “Community”WILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB: The Best Stories From Wilmington’s NewspapersIn “Community”
Adilabad: Telangana Vidyarthi Parishad (TGVP) leader K Praveen said that they have deep respect for Former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. TGVP leaders paid tributes to Sushma Swaraj at bus stand in Boath, Adilabad district on Wednesday.Praveen said that Sushma’s demise is a big loss to Telangana and India. TGVP leaders Av unoori Srinvas, Ashok Reddy, Rajender Goud, Jadav, Uddav Pawar, Niranjan, Rajkumar, Rathod, Bheem Sing, Chowhan, Sandeep and others were present.
Snapdeal co-founder and CEO Kunal Bahl has said that by March 2016, his company will beat the reigning online marketplace leader Flipkart in terms of sales.”The one thing I am very, very clear about right now is that I think we’re going to be No. 1 (in terms of sales) by March 2016. I think we’re going to beat Flipkart by then,” he told The Economic Times in an interview.Bahl said that Snapdeal’s gross merchandise value (GMV) reached $4 billion (about Rs 26,000 crore) in August, up from $1 billion a year ago. GMV refers to total value of goods sold by an online retailer.”It took us two-and-a-half years to reach GMV of $1 billion, a milestone that we reached on July 31 last year. This month we’ve crossed $4 billion. It took us only a year to go from $1 billion to $4 billion. We hit $3 billion about three-odd months back. The acceleration has been very significant,” said Bahl.Snapdeal raised about $500 million in a fresh round of funding earlier this month from Alibaba Group, Foxconn and SoftBank. The deal also saw the participation by its existing investors Temasek, BlackRock, Myriad and Premji Invest. The participation of Foxconn and Alibaba is expected to significantly help the company, as the investments made by the two companies are considered long-term, compared to private equity and hedge funds “that have shorter redemption windows.”The funding is likely to enable Snapdeal’s ambition of becoming the numero uno player in online marketplace in India by way of acquisitions.In June, Bengaluru-based Flipkart had raised its GMV target to $10-12 billion by March 2016, compared to an earlier estimate of $8 billion. Flipkart had achieved a GMV of $4 billion in the last fiscal year ending March 2015.Snapdeal’s challenge to Flipkart indicates an intensifying rivalry among the players to dominate the fast growing e-commerce sector in the country.
The Metropolitan Police Department is being evaluated to determine its compliance with use of force provisions established in 2001. A meeting between city officials, the MPD, and the review team was held on April 29 to begin discussions.In 1998, a series of reports found the MPD to be the nation’s deadliest police force, which prompted a Memorandum of Agreement between the District of Columbia, MPD, and the Department of Justice. Outside investigators recommended the agreement for early termination in 2008 after finding the MPD had conformed to more than 80 percent of the stipulations.But as headlines around the country continue to revolve around allegations of excessive police force, questions have resurfaced about whether the MPD is abiding by the MOA.“It just seemed to me that enough time had lapsed that we might take a look at best practices and use of force practices,” District of Columbia Auditor Kathy Patterson told the AFRO. “I tend to make the assumption that we are [in compliance with the agreement], but this is an issue that people care about because of the things that are happening nationally. It seemed to make sense to take a look at it again. ”She hopes to have the process complete by Sept. 1 and hired Michael Bromwich, who served as independent monitor of the MOA, for the review. Bromwich said the MPD was operating under best practices at the time the MOA ended seven years ago, but it is too early in the review process to make any determinations about its continued compliance.“All indicators are that they’ll be extremely cooperative,” he said of the MPD. “We’re required to produce a public report in a few months. If there are any problems, we’ll point them out. If they’re doing a good job, we’ll point that out. ”Three officer-involved shootings – one in 2011 and two from 2014 – are being reviewed also.Sean Blackmon, a member of DC Ferguson’s core organizing group, calls the interactions between the community and MPD “police terror .”“I describe it as bloody, ” he said. “I would describe it the same as an occupying army in a colonized society. The cops that killed 18-year-old Raphael Briscoe were let off the hook. We’ve seen it even as recently as Christmas Eve; Gregory Gray was killed by the [MPD]. The more they’re really exposed, they’re going to have to change. ”A large part of Bromwich’s task will be to review several aspects of MPD training- a major component of the MOA. Lt. Sean Conboy said the MPD is “not able to comment on” in an emailed statement to the AFRO.Among other areas, the developing of use of force curriculum, use of force training, and continuation of training in cultural diversity and community policing will be scrutinized. The MOA also requires MPD to produce quarterly public reports detailing use of force statistics, use of force investigations, and citizen complaints about use of force.According to the 2013 MPD annual report, police recruits spend 28 weeks in a police academy to undergo training in the use of firearms, laws of arrest, search and seizure, human relations, and ethics among other areas. While the report was unclear whether professional development is mandatory, it is available to MPD members of all ranks and was completed by 3,500 members.The MPD report acknowledges six incidents of accidental firearm discharges. There were 16 instances of intentional shots fired at citizens, five fatal and seven injuries. Based on the report, there were 34 citizen complaints about excessive force in 2013.But that same year, the Police Complaints Board reported 172 allegations of force, down from 351 complaints in 2009; 353 complaints in 2010; 280 complaints in 2011; and 206 complaints in 2012.“When an officer uses any kind of force, there’s a review process,” Patterson said. “We’re not just asking whether the department continues to have its policies in its general orders, but to make sure they’re following them.”
CCleaner 5.35 released with new digital signature by Martin Brinkmann on September 20, 2017 in Security – 26 commentsPiriform, the company behind the highly successful Windows cleaning software CCleaner, released version 5.35 of the application on September 20th, 2017.The new version was signed with a brand new digital signature, the only change of the release.The company’s infrastructure was attacked successfully recently, and a modified signed version of CCleaner was distributed for a time using the official distribution channels.According to information provided by Piriform and Avast, Piriform’s parent company, the malware was contained only in the CCleaner program. The company states that the malware did not spread on its own, for instance to infect other files on the computer system, a computer network the device was connected to at the time, or even on the Internet.The company released a malware-free version of CCleaner, version 5.34 on September 12th, 2017. The new version overwrites the old if installed on the system, which in turn would eliminate the malware by doing so according to the company.Cautious users may want to restore a backup of the system that was created prior to the update of the software to version 5.34 on the system.The free version of CCleaner does not support automatic updates which means that users who run the free version of the software need to download the latest version manually to update the build.The new CCleaner 5.35 version comes with a new digital signature. This is different from version 5.34 which was shipped with the old digital signature which the compromised version of CCleaner did use as well.You can verify that a new digital signature is used in the following way:Open the folder that the CCleaner executable files are located in.Right-click on ccleaner.exe or ccleaner64.exe, and select properties from the context menu.Switch to the digital signatures tab.You should see September 20th, 2017 as the timestamp, and Piriform Ltd as the signer.CCleaner users may download the portable version or the installer of CCleaner 5.35 from Piriform’s Build page.Please note that the connection comes up as “not secure” right now. This is caused by an image resource being loaded from a HTTP source instead of a HTTPS source.Now You: Were you affected by this? What have you done so far?SummaryArticle NameCCleaner 5.35 released with new digital signatureDescriptionPiriform, the company behind the highly successful Windows cleaning software CCleaner, released version 5.35 of the application on September 20th, 2017.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
Yesterday, Krita 4.1.3 was released with several improvements in the Instant Preview mode, bezier curve tools, and Comics Project manager, along with many bug fixes. Krita is a free and open source raster graphics editor, designed mainly for digital painting and animation purposes. Round corners for the rectangle tool A new feature has been added for round corners for the rectangle tool. Whether you’re working on a pixel or a vector layer, you can set round corners for the resulting shape. In the previous versions, you could, of course, already round vector rectangles by editing the shape, but this tool makes it easier. New welcome screen This version comes with a new welcome screen, which provides some handy links, a list of recently used files, a link to create or open a file, and a hint that you can also drag and drop images in the empty window to open them. Improved Instant Preview mode Instant Preview works by computing a scaled-down version of the image and displaying that. In the previous versions, with some brushes, this mode would cause a little delay at the end of a stroke, or some flickering on the canvas. This is fixed in Krate 4.1.3 to give users a smoother painting experience. Improved working with selections Krita’s selections can be referred to as vectors or as a pixel mask. If you’re working on a vector selection, using the figure tools such as rectangle or ellipse will now add a vector to the selection, instead of rasterizing the vector selection. Improved bezier curve tools The bezier curve tools now comes with an auto-smoothing option. If you select auto-smoothing, the created curve will be not a polygon, but a smooth curve with the type of all the points set to “smooth”. Comics Project manager The Comics Project manager, a Python plugin has seen a ton of improvements, especially when it comes to generating standard-compliant epub and acbf files. Some these improvements are: Improved navigation to generated epubs. Ensure generated EPUBs pass EPUB check validation. Several issues with the EPUB metadata export is fixed. Make the generated EPUB 3 files pre-paginated. This will allow comics to be rendered as part of a spread which should have a nice result. ComicBookInfo and ComicRack generators are updated Bug fixes This version comes with various bug fixes, some of which are listed here: A shortcut for the threshold filter is added Restore the shortcut for the invert filters. Hardcoded brush size limit for the Quick Brush is removed Fix rotation direction when the transformed piece is mirrored Stamp brush preview now scales correctly Automatically avoid conflicts between color labels and system colors The modified() getter to the Document class is added The resetCache() Python API to FileLayer is added Read the full announcement on Krita’s official website. Read Next “As Artists we should be constantly evolving our technical skills and thought processes to push the boundaries on what’s achievable,” Marco Matic Ryan, Augmented Reality Artist How Netflix uses AVA, an Image Discovery tool to find the perfect title image for each of its shows Microsoft acquires AI startup Lobe, a no code visual interface tool to build deep learning models easily Building VR objects in React V2 2.0: Getting started with polygons in Blender
A luxury service for bespoke Latin American travels is now on offer to the Australian market.Travel agents with discerning clients looking for new and authentic experiences can now call upon DB Americas – an expert, on-the-ground destination management company which designs unique itineraries covering all areas of Central and South America – from Mexico to Antarctica – showcasing the region’s diverse historical, cultural and natural experiences.The Australian-run, South-American-based company sources, contracts and packages the best of Latin America’s luxury travel products and offers access to innovative experiences and products that have not traditionally been explored.It offers truly flexible, complex itineraries and has the ability to adjust arrangements at any time, even as the clients are travelling.With headquarters in Santiago, Chile, DB Americas is run by passionate Australians with a strong understanding of the needs and expectations of high-end Australian travellers and more than 20 years experience in international travel.Director Seng Wing Chong commented: “With two Australians at its helm, DB Americas understands the ethos of the Australian market. In recent years we have seen significant interest in travel to Latin America from Australia and we see huge potential growth in Australian travellers seeking new and authentic luxury experiences in the region.”DB Americas is focused on providing access to exclusive and authentic experiences that go beyond standard itineraries to the region.Managing Director, Edward Fokin and his team have personally experienced the majority of the destinations, experiences, properties and providers that they work with, giving an assurance of quality.“As our team is on the ground, we are able to quickly identify the latest products and experiences and bring them to the Australian market more effectively and efficiently,” Mr Fokin added.“We’re able to offer bespoke, comprehensive itineraries specific to each client’s requirements; we see ourselves as a concierge service for Australian travel agents handling discerning clients travelling to our region.”DB Americas’ highly customised, experiential itineraries are often multi-destinational and feature iconic destinations and lesser-known luxe hideaways in Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela, Panama, Cuba, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Belize, Mexico and Antarctica, as well as El Salvador, Honduras, Paraguay and the parts of the Caribbean.The company offers competitive pricing for the region’s best products, on-the-ground service and 24-hour support for its clients – ensuring absolute peace of mind. Learn more about DB AmericasSource = DB Americas
Busabout is looking for a Global Brand Ambassador and Video Producer, who will embark on the trip of a lifetime to Europe.The Global Brand Ambassador will be the face of Busabout and produce weekly travel themed vlogs for the Busabout YouTube channel, blog posts for Blogabout and regular social content across Instagram and Snapchat, during their epic adventure across Europe.For those looking to be on the other side of the camera, the role of Video Producer requires sharp attention to detail, proven editing skills and a creative mind.“We know the importance of storytelling when it comes to really demonstrating what travelling with Busabout is like and that’s why our Global Brand Ambassador and Video Producer will be such an important addition to our team,” said general manager Tina McIntosh.“They will act as an open window on Busabout as they experience our Europe product to the fullest degree whilst producing original content in some of the continent’s most amazing destinations. So if you’ve been bitten by the travel bug, are addicted to social media and are ready to pack your bags and create your own adventure these could be just the jobs for you!”Applications will be accepted from all around the world and must be received by the end of the day on 5 March 2017. Busabout
What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke The Arizona Cardinals may have lost running back Ryan Williams for the year, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t rookies on the roster who fans should be excited about this season. In fact, Ken Whisnhunt is pretty enthusiastic about the team’s entire draft class and what he’s seen from them.“I’ve been very pleased with our rookie draft class,” Whisenhunt told reporters in Flagstaff Tuesday. “It was unfortunate to see Ryan get injured last week because I think he was going to be one of the real standouts from this class. I’ve been very excited that everyone of the guys we’ve drafted looks to me like they’ve got a chance to be a very good guy in this league. They’ve all, at one point or another, made plays during this camp. Actually, they’ve all done pretty well in the preseason games which is unusual. Usually your draft picks, there are a couple that really struggle and that hasn’t been the case.” While Williams was the one making headlines for how well he was running at camp, names like Patrick Peterson, DeMarco Sampson, Rob Housler and Sam Acho have all impressed as well.If camp and the preseason are any indication, the team will likely rely on many of their rookies to contribute this year. Peterson is expected to be one of the team’s starting cornerbacks and a key part of their return game while Acho has already taken reps at linebacker with the first team in place of Joey Porter. While guys like Sampson, Housler and Quan Sturdivant likely won’t start, they’re all expected to have an impact in various roles. Comments Share D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Top Stories Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation
Burton Cummings poses for a photograph at Massey Hall in Toronto on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. A Saskatchewan fitness studio will be moving locations after multiple noise complaints from Canadian rock legend Burton Cummings led to bylaw charges. Kyra Klassen, who owns Dance Fitness with Kyra in downtown Moose Jaw, says the studio will be changing locations May 1 and she is ready for a fresh start. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Matthew Sherwood AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Guess who’s moving?Burton Cummings complained of noise from dance studio by Kelly Geraldine Malone, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 12, 2019 1:57 pm PDT MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A Saskatchewan fitness studio is moving after multiple noise complaints from Canadian rock legend Burton Cummings.Kyra Klassen, who owns Dance Fitness with Kyra in downtown Moose Jaw, says she’s ready for a fresh start and the studio is changing locations May 1.“It’s disappointing it had to escalate to this. However, we are super thankful and feel blessed by the outpouring of support from our community,” Klassen said in a message Friday.“We are excited to be able to move forward and get back to doing what we love to do: serving the fitness needs of Moose Jaw and area.”Klassen said she moved into the mixed-use building nearly one year ago. The Guess Who singer lives in a neighbouring residential building.There were no problems for the first five months, but then Klassen said she started to get messages, complaints and visits from Cummings himself.Klassen has said she worked with her landlord to add soundproofing to the studio and didn’t think she was breaking any laws.Police eventually laid six noise bylaw charges. She is to appear in court April 18.The dispute also led city council to look at zoning in the area. During a council meeting March 11, a motion was unanimously approved to prepare a report re-evaluating how business licences are issued in areas of the city’s commercial district where there are also residential properties.A manager for Cummings has said the musician had no comment on the situation.Klassen said she was shocked the dispute went so far. To keep everyone’s best interest at heart, she realized she couldn’t share the land with the singer.“We are moving and super excited about it,” she said.“Moving forward and starting fresh!”Kelly Geraldine Malone, The Canadian Press