Pasadena Views Real Estate Team Expands

first_img Business News Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Community News Herbeauty10 Of The Most Notorious Female Spies In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThis Is What Happens To Your Face After DermaplaningHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyShort On Time? 10-Minute Workouts Are Just What You NeedHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThe Most Heartwarming Moments Between Father And DaughterHerbeautyHerbeauty More Cool Stuff Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  9 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Irina Netchaev, real estate expert and founding broker, Pasadena Views Real Estate Team Inc. is proud to announce that Leslie Bohling and Marissa Joven joined her team.Leslie Bohling brings her entrepreneurial experience and a passion for helping others achieve their dreams. She was born in Sweden and speaks Swedish and Tagalog. Leslie is a nature lover and feels right at home in Pasadena/Altadena area. Her love of California with all it has to offer, makes her a perfect real estate agent for relocating home buyers.Marissa Joven has an extensive background in marketing and negotiating. Her past experience includes managing advertising, marketing and social media campaigns. Recently, she has been immersed in helping home buyers and sellers with navigating the purchase and selling process. Marissa prides herself in her professionalism, negotiation and eye for detail in working with clients.Pasadena Views Real Estate Team Inc. is a boutique real estate firm specializing in residential real estate. The company focuses on implementing the latest technology, along with old fashioned customer service and negotiation skills. “We have been very fortunate to have been recognized by our past clients via multiple 5-star reviews on Yelp and Google+. These reviews have catapulted our growth and allowed us to hire these two exceptional real estate agents to assist in servicing our existing and new real estate clients.” says Netchaev.To learn more about real estate opportunities, including a free home search, in Pasadena and Los Angeles county, please contact Irina Netchaev at (626) 629-8439 and visit http://www.PasadenaViews.com for more information.center_img Subscribe First Heatwave Expected Next Week Top of the News Make a comment Community News Commercial Real Estate News Pasadena Views Real Estate Team Expands Irina Netchaev, founder of Pasadena Views Real Estate Team Inc. is proud to announce the addition of two real estate agents to her team. Leslie Bohling and Marissa Joven will bring negotiation, customer service and marketing skills and help Pasadena Views be of service to more home buyers and sellers. From STAFF REPORTS Published on Friday, August 1, 2014 | 2:25 pm faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadenalast_img read more

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Home repossessions to increase next year Limerick senator told

first_imgLimerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Email Advertisement Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR COURT proceedings by mortgage providers PTSB to repossess family homes will increase next year, Limerick Fine Gael Senator Kieran O’Donnell has been informed.At Tuesday’s hearing of the Oireachtas Finance Committee, Senator O’Donnell questioned PTSB asset management director Shane O’Sullivan on the number of repossession cases the company has before the courts and how likely that number is to increase.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mr O’Sullivan said that legal proceedings are only initiated when there is no engagement by a customer and, in most cases, €8,000 legal costs will be added to the borrower’s account.“Do you find that to be fair or reasonable?, Senator O’Donnell questioned.“It is the industry practice”, Mr O’Sullivan responded.He said that up to 50 per cent of distressed customers were not engaging with the bank and 40 per cent only engaged with them after they were brought to court.“We are looking to retain our customers and get the best solution for them but we do foresee the number of repossession cases increasing,” he told Senator O’Donnell.Mr O’Sullivan confirmed that the bank had thousands of demand letters out to customers as well as a similar amount of legal letters “currently live” with distressed customers.Earlier, PTSB chief executive John Masding said that they currently had 441 repossessed homes for sale on its asset books.PTSB is to provide figures on its legal costs after committee chairman John McGuinness said that he was “shocked by the arrogance of a bank who would try to beat the customers they wronged in the higher courts”. Linkedin Previous articleLimerick’s Georgian Society rings out Christmas FestivitiesNext articleSend abroad a hamper of favourite foodstuffs Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie center_img Print WhatsApp Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads TAGSKieran O’DonnelllimerickPTSB Twitter NewsHome repossessions to increase next year Limerick senator toldBy Staff Reporter – November 29, 2016 671 Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clashlast_img read more

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Meeting to discuss Castleconnell flooding to be held by end of…

first_imgLinkedin Print Advertisement University Hospital Limerick denies claim it ignored request by sister hospital over transfer of flu patients Previous articleFinance Minister to address Brexit at major public meetingNext articleMulti car collision on M7 outside Limerick claims one life Editor Twitter Long overdue work at Janesboro church Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsCommunityEnvironmentMeeting to discuss Castleconnell flooding to be held by end of monthBy Editor – March 1, 2017 1045 center_img Limerick Senator encouraging Limerick groups to apply for new €30m fund WhatsApp Email €8 million M20 tendering process gets underway Irish Cement should not be allowed compromise public health TAGSCastleconnell VillageMontpelierSenator Kieran O’Donnell Living City review to focus on poor response in Georgian Limerick Senator Kieran O’DonnellFlood relief plans for Castleconnell Village and Montpelier will be discussed before the end of March at a public consultation organised by The Office of Public Works (OPW).The consultation will take place in Castleconnell Village, with the venue likely to be the Castle Oaks Hotel, which was the location for the previous public consultation on 1st September last.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Discussing this announcement, Limerick Senator, Kieran O’Donnell said, “At the public consultation on 1st September last we were shocked to found no flood relief plans were provided for in respect of either Castleconnell Village or Montpelier.“I am now glad to report that the OPW Minister Canney and the OPW itself have confirmed to me that flood relief plans are now prepared for Castleconnell Village and Montpelier.“Furthermore, I have secured a commitment that these flood plans will be available for Public Consultation with local residents within the next few weeks. Arrangements are currently being finalised for a specific date, with the venue more than likely being the Castle Oaks hotel.“I would encourage all residents in the Castleconnell and Montpelier areas to attend and have their say. Over 100 people attended the previous Public Consultation on and this shows how important it is to everyone in the area.“Castleconnell Village and Montpelier were both flooded on the last two occasions and the fact that the original draft flood relief report did not include any measures for either location was crazy. This is now being rectified.”“Once the date and venue are fully finalised and confirmed for the Public Consultation, it will be advertised locally and I will also inform local residents,” Senator O’Donnell concluded.last_img read more

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Bridge replacement delay due to protection of fresh water mussel

first_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter Twitter Facebook Google+ By admin – August 27, 2014 WhatsApp Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firecenter_img Facebook Previous articleServices returning to normal at City of Derry AirportNext articleDoherty says Irish government could use European Investment Bank to source A5 funding admin Google+ Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal The chairperson of the Glenties Action Group says the delay in the replacement of the Mullantiboyle Bridge is being caused by an edict from the Department of the Environment, but the department has not responded to invitations to local meetings.Brian Carr says Donegal County Council had set aside 100,000 euro to replace the bridge, after it was damaged in 2010 when a lorry was diverted down that road and damaged the structure.However, a study determined that in order to protect the fresh water mussel, no support piers could be placed in the water, and as a result, the estimated price rose sixfold.Speaking on today’s Shaun Doherty Show, Brian Carr said the situation is at an impasse as a result………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/bcarrglenties.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Bridge replacement delay due to protection of fresh water mussel News WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterestlast_img read more

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Dangerous flash flooding hits Washington DC during morning commute

first_imgWater Rescue – Tuckerman Lane near Post Oak Drive, Potomac, Road CLOSED, several people removed from vehicles pic.twitter.com/dlKVBM6to8— Pete Piringer (@mcfrsPIO) July 8, 2019 @capitalweather Four Mile Run is officially raging #Alexandria pic.twitter.com/LoODsaaCQD— A & V Massaro (@MassaroXV) July 8, 2019 Just peering off the terrace of my ark … er ART Transit bus. pic.twitter.com/OaK59huBP2— Lauren Boyer (@laurenboyer) July 8, 2019 stefanofiorentino/iStock(WASHINGTON) — A dangerous flash flood emergency hit Washington D.C. during the Monday morning commute.With up to three inches of heavy rain falling in the region, the National Weather Service said the area was already seeing significant flash flooding.“Travel will be EXTRAORDINARILY dangerous,” the National Weather Service warned on Twitter. “Stay out of low areas, if in a low area that may flood, seek higher ground. Stay off the roads if at all possible. This is not the ‘usual’ flooding.”center_img A school bus full of children drives through a flooded Glen Rd. in Montgomery County, MD. @mcpnews @mcfrsPIO pic.twitter.com/bUpdUIWKdI— Sam Sweeney (@SweeneyABC) July 8, 2019 If you are in this FLASH FLOOD EMERGENCY area, travel will be EXTRAORDINARILY dangerous, including washouts, #flooding over roads. Stay out of low areas, if in a low area that may flood, seek higher ground. Stay off the roads if at all possible. This is not the “usual” flooding. pic.twitter.com/RwvkQDdfUl— NWS DC/Baltimore (@NWS_BaltWash) July 8, 2019The downpour even appears to have affected the White House basement.The weather has halted Amtrak trains traveling south of D.C.The flooding comes as a new storm system develops in the Rockies, which will move east Monday.The biggest threat with these storms Monday will be damaging winds, large hail and an isolated tornado.On Tuesday, severe storms will move into the western Great Lakes and Upper Midwest, where damaging winds, hail and an isolated tornado are all possible.Severe storms will move into the Midwest and the central Great Lakes on Wednesday, including major cities like Chicago and St. Louis. The major threats with these storms will be damaging winds and large hail, but an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Florida reports new daily coronavirus death toll record

first_imgSamara Heisz/iStockBy JON HAWORTH, EMILY SHAPIRO and MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — The novel coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 658,000 people worldwide.Over 16.6 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due to testing shortages, many unreported cases and suspicions that some governments are hiding or downplaying the scope of their nations’ outbreaks.The United States has become the worst-affected country, with more than 4.3 million diagnosed cases and at least 149,234 deaths. Here is how the news developed on Tuesday. All times Eastern:9:41 p.m.: Veteran considered ‘clinically recovered’ from COVID-19 tests positive againA resident at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home, a long-term care facility for veterans in Holyoke, Massachusetts, that was devastated by a coronavirus outbreak this spring, has tested positive for the virus a second time, officials said.According to the state’s Department of Health and Human Services, the veteran had been considered “clinically recovered” from COVID-19, but recently began experiencing COVID-like symptoms again. On Monday, the veteran was transferred to a hospital for treatment and tested positive.The resident was living in a unit dedicated to clinically recovered individuals. It is not known when the veteran first tested positive for the virus.When asked whether this latest test could have been the result of an error, such as a false positive or a swapped lab sample, a spokesperson for HHS told ABC News, “No, this is a positive case.”The spokesperson said it is still unclear whether the veteran was infected a second time, saying that “the science and medicine are unclear around reinfection.”So far, there is no definitive proof that reinfection of COVID-19 is possible, an ABC News report found.The test marks the first time since June 18 that a resident has tested positive for COVID-19. The Soldiers’ Home is now testing throughout the facility with support from the Massachusetts National Guard, and all residents in the unit for clinically recovered individuals are currently in quarantine. All outdoor in-person visitation has also been suspended until further notice.Since March 1, 76 Soldiers’ Home residents who tested positive for the coronavirus have died. An independent investigation found that “substantial errors” and “utterly baffling” decisions by the home’s leadership likely contributed to the tragedy.8:51 p.m.: Philadelphia school leaders pivot on reopening plansAfter introducing a plan earlier this month to start the fall with a mix of online and in-person learning, Philadelphia school leaders are now proposing that schools stay remote until mid-November and then transition into a hybrid model.In a letter to families on Tuesday, William R. Hite Jr. said the change in plans came “after careful consideration of all of the feedback we have received.”Under the revised proposal, the school year would start with all students learning remotely through Nov. 17. At that point, they would transition to a hybrid learning model “as long as guidance from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and other indicators support it is still safe to do so,” Hite said.Starting with digital learning would allow more time for facilities improvements in schools, the letter noted.Under the proposal, Chromebooks will be available for any student that needs one and meals will be provided for students during remote learning, the letter said.The education board is set to consider the new proposal on Thursday.5:34 p.m.: Kentucky recommends quarantining from ‘hot’ statesIn today’s press conference, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced that he is recommending a 14-day self-quarantine for travelers from states that have an equal to or greater than 15% positivity rate.Those states would include Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Mississippi, Nevada, South Carolina and Texas.Beshear was optimistic about restaurants expanding capacity in two weeks, but said it will be dependent on the numbers across the state.“It is my expectation that we’ll be able to increase capacity at restaurants again in two weeks,” Beshear said.Commissioner for Public Health Steven Stack said that wearing a mask is the best thing people can do: “Wear a mask. If we want to keep businesses open, wear a mask. That is the single thing, if we just do it, if we get over the cultural divide about not wearing these things, this is how we keep businesses open, we keep people working, we get people back to the activities, we get kids back to school.”Beshear announced 532 new cases on Tuesday, along with 10 deaths and a positivity rate of 5.08% — the first time it’s been down in four days.5:22 p.m.: Pfizer announces it has begun phase 3 trialsPfizer, in partnership with BioNTech, says it has started injections for its phase 3 trial of a coronavirus vaccine.“The companies received approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to proceed to phase 3 on Monday, immediately after which four volunteers in Rochester were among the first in the nation to receive the experimental vaccine,” the University of Rochester Medical Center and Rochester Regional Health, where the study is taking place, said in a press release.Another 11 people were injected on Tuesday.Moderna announced it had begun injections of its vaccine on Monday as well.“We were pleased to be a part of the early stage studies of the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine and look forward to participating in these new critical clinical trials,” Dr. Edward Walsh, a professor in the URMC Department of Medicine, said in a statement. “While there is a tremendous urgency to develop a coronavirus vaccine and this study represents the final stage of human research, it is equally essential that we continue to rigorously evaluate the safety and efficacy of every potential vaccine candidate.”President Donald Trump has said he wants to bring a vaccine to production by the end of the year.4:45 p.m.: North Korea locks down Kaesong CityNorth Korea’s state-run KCNA reports that authorities imposed a complete lockdown in Kaesong City after the first reported COVID-19 case.KCNA reported that Kaesong City has testing kits, PPE, disinfectants, masks and medical supplies at the ready.The extent of spread of the coronavirus in North Korea has been largely unknown due to the country’s isolation from the world.3:22 p.m.: Marlins games postponed through SundayMiami Marlins games will be postponed through Sunday after numerous Marlins players were diagnosed with COVID-19, Major League Baseball announced Tuesday.“Given the current circumstances, MLB believes that it is most prudent to allow the Marlins time to focus on providing care for their players and planning their Baseball Operations for a resumption early next week,” the league said in a statement.“The Marlins’ personnel who tested positive remain in isolation and are receiving care,” the league said.ESPN reported Monday that multiple Marlins players had COVID-19 — one day after the Marlins played the Philadelphia Phillies. The Phillies’ Monday night game against the New York Yankees was canceled, as was the Marlins’ Monday night game against the Baltimore Orioles.“Out of an abundance of caution, the remainder of the home-and-home series between the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Yankees has been postponed (NYY @ PHI tonight, and PHI @ NYY Wednesday and Thursday),” MLB said Tuesday. “As a result of these postponements, the Yankees will now play the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards on Wednesday and Thursday in order to create more scheduling flexibility later in the season.  Additional rescheduling during the week of August 3rd will be announced later this week.”2:40 p.m.: 12 NYC bars get liquor licenses suspended for ‘egregious’ violationsNew York state has suspended liquor licenses at 12 New York City bars, alleging they made “egregious violations” of COVID-19 rules, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement Tuesday.“The bars and restaurants that ignore public health guidance are disrespecting their sacrifices which have saved lives while allowing us to sustain the reopening of our economy,” Cuomo said.A state task force conducted over 1,300 compliance checks this weekend and reported 132 violations, Cuomo said. Over 600 more compliance checks were done Monday night and the task force found 26 violations in New York City, he said.Businesses violating coronavirus rules can be fined up to $10,000 per violation. “Egregious violations can result in the immediate suspension of a bar or restaurant’s liquor license,” the governor’s statement said.2:10 p.m.: 30% of new Louisiana cases are among young peopleIn Louisiana, 30% of the coronavirus cases reported on Tuesday are among people ages 29 and under, the state’s Department of Health said.Twenty-six new fatalities were reported on Tuesday, bringing Louisiana’s death toll to 3,700, the Department of Health said.As of July 25, all bars and restaurants in New Orleans are prohibited from selling takeout alcohol. A statewide rule prohibits bars from serving people on the premises.1:35 p.m.: Columbus, Ohio, schools will begin year fully virtualColumbus city schools — Ohio’s biggest school district — will have 100% virtual learning for the beginning of the year, from Sept. 8 to Oct. 27, officials announced Tuesday.While it was recommended on June 30 that high schoolers go fully virtual and younger students have blended learning, since then, “public health conditions have dramatically worsened” in the county, Columbus City schools said in a statement Tuesday.Franklin County, which includes Columbus, has at least 3,993 confirmed COVID-19 cases and at least 124 deaths, according to Monday’s data from the county.Columbus City Council President Shannon Hardin said the council stands with the school officials’ decision.“While this is a tough decision, it will save lives and prevent the spread,” Hardin tweeted Tuesday.Earlier Tuesday, Dr. Anthony Fauci said he was concerned about the Midwest reopening, noting that hard-hit South and West states like Florida, Texas, Arizona and California look like “they may be cresting and coming back down.”States like Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee and Kentucky are “starting to have” a “very early indication” of rising COVID-19 positivity rates — a “surefire sign that you’ve got to be really careful,” the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told Good Morning America.12:20 p.m.: DC, Illinois now on New York travel advisory listIllinois, Kentucky and Minnesota have been added to New York’s travel advisory list, as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on a conference call Tuesday.Anyone traveling to New York, New Jersey or Connecticut from a state with a high coronavirus test-positivity rate must quarantine for two weeks.Thirty-four states, plus D.C. and Puerto Rico, are now on the list, according to ABC New York station WABC.11 a.m.: Florida reports new daily death toll recordIn Florida, a record 186 new fatalities were reported in one day, according to data released by the Florida Department of Health Tuesday morning.The previous one-day record was 173 fatalities, reported on July 23.Coronavirus cases in the state have jumped by 9,230, bringing the total to over 441,900, according to the Department of Health.Florida has the second-most COVID-19 cases, behind California.Of those tested in Miami-Dade County on Monday, 17.5% were positive, officials said.Throughout Florida, 16.86% of the state’s adult ICU beds are available, according to Florida’s Agency for Healthcare Administration.Two counties — Monroe and Putnam — had no ICU beds, the agency said.These numbers will fluctuate throughout the day as hospitals and medical centers provide updates.9:30 a.m.: Hospitals overwhelmed in Florida, TexasAn internal FEMA memo obtained by ABC News has detailed the latest on overwhelmed hospitals in Florida and Texas, and the strain on EMS systems in Georgia. In Florida, hospitalizations statewide have increased 79% since July 4, with 8,974 current COVID-19 patients, the memo said. In hard-hit Miami-Dade County, ICU beds were at 146% capacity, the memo said. In Georgia, where the test-positivity has reached 15.6%, the EMS systems are under strain with staff out sick, according to FEMA.And in Texas, as of July 22, five ICU beds were available in Laredo and none were available in Galveston, the memo said.4:58 a.m.: Russia coronavirus cases pass 820,000Russia reported 5,395 new COVID-19 cases and 150 coronavirus-related deaths in the past 24 hours, according to the coronavirus response headquarters statement on Tuesday.“Over the past day, 5,395 cases of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus infections were confirmed in 84 regions of Russia, including 1,620 active asymptomatic cases (30.0%),” the headquarters said.Russia’s total case count currently stands at 823,515 and 13,504 coronavirus patients died.Moscow on Tuesday reported 674 new COVID-19 cases and 10 deaths.3:35 a.m.: COVID-19 linked hunger killing 10,000 children per month, says UNCOVID-19 and its ramifications are pushing children who already live in hunger to beyond the breaking point, killing an estimated 10,000 more youngsters a month as meager farms have no way of delivering produce to markets while villages are isolated from food and medical supplies, the United Nations has warned.Furthermore, more than 550,000 additional children each month are being struck by what is called wasting, which manifests in spindly limbs and distended bellies, according to the U.N.3:16 a.m.: Trump Jr. shares video of doctor claiming hydroxychloroquine is a cure for COVID-19Donald Trump Jr. shared a bizarre video on Twitter featuring what appears to be doctor that blasts the science and medical health experts recommendations about wearing masks and saying there are cures for COVID-19, including hydroxychloroquine.Trump Jr. says “This is a much watch!!! So different from the narrative that everyone is running with.”The doctor calls the science and studies against hydroxychloroquine fake studies and says they’re sponsored by big pharmaceutical companies. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Weber State’s Trey Tuttle Named To Fred Mitchell Award List

first_img Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah-Weber State kicker Trey Tuttle has been selected as one of 34 placekickers throughout college football to be named to the 2018 Fred Mitchell Award Watch list.Tuttle, a sophomore out of Arlington, Texas, earned All-American honors last season and has been named as a preseason All-American this season.Tuttle tied a school record last season for field goals and helped the Wildcats earn a school-record 11 wins, a co-Big Sky title, a pair of wins in the FCS playoffs and a fifth-place national ranking, the highest in school history.Tuttle is one of 13 players throughout FCS to be named to this list and one of only four sophomores.The Fred Mitchell Award is awarded to the top kicker in FCS, NCAA Division II and III and NAIA, which comprises 750 schools.The top performers will be recognized monthly throughout the season with the award to be bestowed in December. Written by August 28, 2018 /Sports News – Local Weber State’s Trey Tuttle Named To Fred Mitchell Award List Tags: Division II/Division III/FCS/NAIA/Trey Tuttle/Weber State Footballlast_img read more

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Scarborough joint venture to accept production licences

first_img The Scarborough Joint Venture has received offers for the grant of petroleum production licences. (Credit: 272447 from Pixabay) The Scarborough Joint Venture has received offers for the grant of petroleum production licences in respect of the WA-1-R (Scarborough) and WA-62-R (North Scarborough) titles from the Commonwealth and Western Australian Joint Authority.This follows an agreement reached between Woodside and BHP in February 2020 to align their participating interests across the WA-1-R and WA-62-R titles resulting in Woodside holding a 73.5% interest and BHP holding a 26.5% interest in each title.Woodside CEO Peter Coleman said the Scarborough Joint Venture intends to accept the production licences, demonstrating the strong commitment from both joint venture participants and the State and Federal Governments to taking the project forward.“The impacts of COVID-19 and the ensuing volatility in market and investment conditions have provided us with an opportunity to review options for the Scarborough development, allowing us to improve execution certainty and increase the value of this world-class resource.“With Production Licences and the Offshore Project Proposal environmental approval in place, Woodside will have secured the key primary Commonwealth approvals required to support a final investment decision,” he said.Following acceptance, the Scarborough Joint Venture will advance its application for a pipeline licence and submission of the Field Development Plan to the Joint Authority, in readiness for a targeted final investment decision in the second half of 2021.In April 2020, the Scarborough Offshore Project Proposal – the primary Commonwealth environmental assessment document for the Scarborough project in Commonwealth waters – was accepted by the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority.Retention lease renewal applications in respect of the WA-61-R and WA-63-R titles for the Thebe and Jupiter fields (part of the Greater Scarborough gas resource) were submitted to the Joint Authority in May 2020 and are currently under assessment.The Scarborough gas field contains an estimated contingent resource (2C) dry gas volume of 11.1 Tcf (100%; 8.2 Tcf Woodside share, calculated using deterministic and probabilistic methods). Source: Company Press Release The Scarborough gas field contains an estimated contingent resource (2C) dry gas volume of 11.1 Tcflast_img read more

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Aqueous Surprises moe. With Band Swap For The Sinclair Closer [Audio]

first_imgLoad remaining images moe. is currently in the midst of their spring tour, delivering their rock heavy jams all over the country. Last night, they played their fourth and final night at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA. Up-and-coming, high-energy groove rockers Aqueous just so happened to be playing at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club supporting Dopapod when they decided to zip across town to see the end of moe. While talking backstage, Al Schnier had the idea for members of Aqueous to emerge on the band’s instruments for the encore to surprise the audience.With Mike Gantzer on Chuck’s guitar, Evan McPhaden on a Rob’s bass, Dave Loss on Al’s guitar, and Rob Houk on Vinnie’s drums, the band played an improvisational jam before closing with hints of an Aqueous original, “Random Company.” The band then switched back with the moe. members who closed out with “Comfortably Numb” cover by Pink Floyd.As done the previous evening, moe. played three sets. The vibe was true from the beginning, opening with a “Zed Naught Z” that appeared again half way through the second set. Crowd favorites “Captain America,” “Lazarus” and “Buster” made their way in, before the band closed with a rocking “St. Augustine” segue into “Same Old Story.”The surprise ending was the perfect way to close four nights at The Sinclair. You can watch the encore’s band swap below:Thanks to taper tgakidis, you can stream the full show audio below:Setlist: moe. | The Sinclair | Cambridge, MA | 4/08/17I: Zed Naught Z > Same Old Story > Bring You Down, Chromatic Nightmare#, Captain America, Montego, Where Does The Time Go? > WaterII: Kids > Lazarus, Letter Home > Faker > Same Old Story > Zed Naught Z, Gone > Deep This TimeIII: Skrunk > Kids, banter, Buster, Angel, St. Augustine > Same Old Story, crowd, al.nnouncementsE: Aqueous band swap, banter/crowd, Comfortably Numb# w/ Water Intro Fake Outlast_img read more

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Patrick named Commencement speaker

first_imgDeval L. Patrick ’78, J.D. ’82, who recently concluded two terms as the 71st governor of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, will be the principal speaker at the Afternoon Program of Harvard’s 364th Commencement on May 28.“Deval Patrick is an extraordinarily distinguished alumnus, a deeply dedicated public servant, and an inspiring embodiment of the American dream,” said President Drew Faust. “We greatly look forward to welcoming him home to Harvard on Commencement Day.”Raised on Chicago’s South Side, Patrick came to Massachusetts at age 14, having won a scholarship to Milton Academy through the Boston-based organization A Better Chance. He earned admission to Harvard College, as the first in his family to attend college, and spent a year in Africa after graduation on a Rockefeller Fellowship before studying for his law degree at Harvard Law School, where he was president of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau.Early in his career, he served as a law clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Los Angeles, as a staff attorney at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund working on voting rights and death-penalty cases, and then as a partner at the Boston law firm Hill & Barlow.In 1994, President Bill Clinton named him assistant attorney general for civil rights, the nation’s top civil rights post. In that role, he led the Justice Department’s efforts in such areas as prosecuting hate crimes and enforcing laws on employment discrimination, fair lending, and rights for the disabled.He went on to become the first chair of Texaco’s Equality and Fairness Task Force, and later served as a senior executive at Texaco and then at the Coca-Cola Co.Against long odds, he mounted a broad-based grassroots campaign that led to his election as governor of Massachusetts in 2006. He took his oath of office with his hand on the Mende Bible, presented to John Quincy Adams by freed Africans from the slave ship Amistad.Consistent with his emphasis on generational responsibility, Patrick’s leadership as governor featured strong support for Massachusetts public education at all levels and the vigorous growth of the life sciences, clean technology, and digital technology industries, collaborating with government, universities, and the private sector. In addition to guiding Massachusetts through the global financial crisis of 2008-09 and its aftermath, he pursued a wide range of priorities in such areas as economic opportunity, affordable health care, public infrastructure, government reform, veterans’ services, and marriage equality. During his tenure, Massachusetts led the nation on these and other fronts. He also brought a steady hand to a range of crises, from natural disasters to the Boston Marathon bombings.“It’s an honor to have Governor Patrick return to campus to share his life experience with the newest members of the Harvard Alumni Association,” said Cynthia Torres ’80, M.B.A. ’84, president of the alumni association. “From his youth on the tough streets of Chicago’s South Side, he went on to attend Harvard College and Harvard Law School, and was twice elected to the highest office in our nation’s oldest commonwealth. His distinguished career continues a longstanding tradition of Harvard alumni in public leadership. We look forward to hearing him share his insights with our graduates, alumni, and friends.”Patrick will speak during the afternoon exercises at the annual meeting of the Harvard Alumni Association, held in Harvard Yard’s Tercentenary Theatre between Widener Library and the Memorial Church.last_img read more

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