Sad news for bluegrass fans, as today, Cabinet announced that they’d be going on an indefinite hiatus following their three-night New Year’s Eve run. The band formed in 2006, gaining a large following for their innovative and progressive bluegrass stylings. With a home base of Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the group also became known as the hosts of the annual summer festival, Susquehanna Breakdown.Cabinet Invites Cris Jacobs & More For Thanksgiving Throw-Down [Full Audio/Photos]You can read the band’s full statement on their upcoming hiatus below. If you wanna catch the group in action before they call it quits for the indefinite future, you can see them on December 29th at Burlington, Vermont’s Higher Ground (Showcase Lounge), on December 30th at Syracuse, New York’s Westcott Theater, and on December 31st at Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania’s F.M. Kirby Center.Dear Cabinet Family and Friends,Since the band was formed in 2006, each passing year has been part of an evolution. We as musicians have evolved, our individual lives and families have evolved, the music has evolved.Through this evolution over the better part of 10 years we have reached a point where we feel it necessary and healthy to take a break. Take a step back, reflect, focus on our families, on ourselves, breathe and be grateful.Starting January 1, 2018 Cabinet will be going on an indefinite hiatus. We urge you all to be with us through the end of the year. Your warm presence and support is the good juice that has kept us going!We are proud of what we have accomplished in the past 10 years and couldn’t be more grateful to have the support from all of our family, friends, and fans. CabFam is real and it has brought us much joy to watch all of you interact with us and each other through out the years. We wouldn’t be able to do what we do without you. So thank you, for being with us through out this journey and evolving with us!We dont know what the future will hold but we fear not the unknown. We will continue to be positive in our actions and hope to share many more memories with you all as time rolls by.With love in the name and power of music,JP, Mick, Pappy, Dylan, Josh and Todd
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(WBNG) — All appointments for Broome County mobile rapid-testing site are booked, according to the sign-up page website. 12 News will have more information about the new mobile rapid-testing site in its 6 p.m. newscast. In less than 24 hours ALL online appointments for the entire week have been booked for our COVID-19 mobile testing site. I will be announcing details for mobile testing next week (10/12-10/16) tomorrow. You can find other test sites in Broome County here: https://t.co/bBmpSIfSYp— Jason Garnar (@jasongarnar) October 6, 2020 Garnar says more details about the testing-site will be announced on Wednesday. Broome County Executive Jason Garnar tweeted that all appointments for the first week were booked in less than 24 hours after the testing site was revealed to the public.
Sharing is caring! HealthLifestyle Cry-baby ‘link to behavioural problems’ by: – April 21, 2011 Share Tweet Share 40 Views no discussions Excessive crying as a baby may hint at behavioural problems later in lifeBabies who cry excessively and have problems feeding and sleeping have a greater risk of serious behavioural problems later in life, say scientists.One in five babies has symptoms that could lead to conditions such as ADHD, according to research published in Archives of Disease in Childhood.The review of previous studies looked at nearly 17,000 children.A child-health expert said it would be wrong for parents to be “overly alarmed” by the results.Crying in babies is normal, but some cry “excessively” after the age of three months for reasons other than colic.An international group of researchers looked at this as well as problems eating and sleeping.Behaviour problemsThere was an increased risk of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), anxiety and depression as well as aggressive behaviour.The research showed that a baby with more than one risk factor was even more likely to develop behavioural problems.Professor Dieter Wolke, from the University of Warwick, told the BBC: “It is about a 100% increase in risk, a doubling of risk of behavioural problems with excessive crying, sleeping and eating problems.”Jane Valente, a consultant paediatrician at Great Ormond Street Hospital, said: “It would be wrong for people to get overly alarmed. I don’t think on the basis of this report people should be going to their GPs.“If a baby is not behaving like other babies it is probably worth discussing with a midwife or health visitor.”The study cannot tell if issues as a baby cause behavioural problems later in life: they could be an early symptom of those later problems.Professor Wolke said while there were treatments for problem crying, feeding and sleeping in babies, there was no research assessing their impact later in life.He added: “If you could prevent behavioural problems with an early intervention, in a public health-sense it could be very important.”Professor Mitch Blair, officer for health promotion at The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, said: “It is an important study.”He said parents were very good at knowing when something was wrong with their children and that the study “really reinforces the need for attention at an early stage to prevent issues later in childhood”.BBC News Share
Doug Price, age 73, of Batesville, Indiana died Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at his residence in Batesville.Born March 10, 1947 in Hamilton, Ohio he was one of seven children born to the late Vernon & Ula M. (Benge) Price. He was a graduate of the former Brookville High School with the class of 1965, where he was a star athlete. Doug was on the first team, All State in Football, and Mens’s State Championship Volleyball team. He also ran track, setting a school record in the high jump. Doug was well known for his basketball career, in which he held records for most points scored. He was voted most athletic by his class, and was a proud Greyhound.Doug went on to further his education at Berry College in Rome, Georgia where he played basketball on scholarship, and also ran cross country, graduating with his Bachelor of Science. While at Berry he also held scoring records and was named All American while playing basketball.He then began his career as an Educator and Coach, later earning his Masters Degree from Indiana State University. He taught high school biology, Earth Science and Physical Education for over 30 years. He had a true passion for mentoring others, as he had a successful Varsity Basketball coaching career.When not participating or coaching sports he enjoyed watching westerns, fishing, mushroom hunting, bird watching, collecting baseball & basketball cards, coins & knives. He also loved vacationing with his wife and family in Florida every year and shelling on the beach.In addition to Beth, his wife of over 23 years, his spirit lives on in his daughters, Alana White of Whiteland, Indiana, Tara (Matt) Payne of Franklin, Indiana, Ashley (Jed) Zarse of Franklin, Indiana; a step-daughter, Brittany Mullins of Madison, Indiana; grandchildren, Drake White, Drew White, Gracey Payne, Matthew Payne, Quinn Zarse, Clara Zarse, Sydney Strickland, Zane Strickland, Zoie Niese; great-grandchildren, Beau Strickland and Weston Hale, four sisters, Joyce Ann Cox of Metamora, Indiana, Janet Marie Duncan of Erlanger, Kentucky, Peggy Lee Quante of Connersville, Indiana, Deborah Lynn Price of Brookville, Indiana; and a brother, James Clinton Price of Powell, Tennessee.Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Geneva Walker, who died in 2007.Friends and family may visit from 3 until 5 P.M. on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at Phillips and Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville. The family requests everyone in attendance wear a mask.Wade Urban will officiate the Memorial Services at 5:00 P.M., Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home in Brookville.Memorial contributions may be directed to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to serve the Doug Price family. To sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .