Tags: Alyssa Haring/Billie Hatch/Dixie State Cross Country/Kevin Kerk/Kyle Warrick/Milton Amezcua/Samantha Jacobson/UNLV Invitational September 21, 2018 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Cross Country To Compete At UNLV Invitational Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLAS VEGAS-Saturday, Dixie State’s men’s and women’s cross country teams will compete at the UNLV Invitational as the men’s action commences at 8:15 a.m. MDT and the women’s at 9:00 a.m. MDT.The men’s team will be led in the 8-K by junior Kyle Warrick of Eastvale, Calif., freshman Milton Amezcua of Henderson, Nev. and freshman Kevin Kerk of Yerington, Nev., all of whom excelled at the BYU Autumn Classic last week.The women are expected to be led by sophomore Billie Hatch of Preston, Idaho, freshman Samantha Jacobson of Riverton, Utah and Riverton High School and junior Alyssa Haring of Riverside, Calif.After this meet, the Trailblazers will then compete at the SUU Color Country Invitational October 6 in Cedar City. Brad James
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The sandwich chain Subway has updated its mobile app to include nutritional information.The brand’s Subcard app displays the full nutritional details of each sub – and allows customers to add or remove products and see how that affects the calorie count.Subway said that customers that use the app, which is available for iPhone and Android, visit the chain 3.5 times more regularly and spend 22p extra than the average plastic card users.The update will also offer a ‘What’s New’ news feature, as well as personalised deals, and offers based on users’ locations through geo-targeted promotions. These promotions will be delivered through push notifications and alert users of regional offers as well as the launch of new national deals and competitions.Mobile loyaltyShetal Bhatt, European Subcard programme manager at EIPC, a non-profit making organisation owned by Subway Franchisees in Europe said, “The Subway brand was the first QSR to introduce a mobile loyalty app, and we’re committed to constantly developing to make sure we continue to provide the best possible service to customers. The updated app provides a much more personalised experience, giving customers offers that are completely relevant to them.”Manaaz Akhtar, regional marketing director for Subway in Europe, said: “Giving customers choice is at the heart of the Subway brand, and the new updates to the Subway app make this even easier.”
In related news, Arcade Fire recently announced a new tour, dubbed “Everything Now Continues,” that will bring the Canadian-American group through much of the Midwest and Southeast, including stops at Birmingham, AL’s Sloss Festival and Louisville, KY’s Forecastle Festival.Additionally, Arcade Fire just unveiled a “double music video” for the Everything Now tracks “Put Your Money On Me” and “We Don’t Deserve Love”. Titled by Money + Love, the David Wilson-directed video stars the band and acclaimed Australian actress Toni Collette. Watch it here.Arcade Fire Tour North American DatesJuly 7 Clarkston, MI @ DTE Energy Music TheaterJuly 8 Milwaukee, WS @ SummerfestJuly 10 Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AEJuly 12 Raleigh, NC @ Red Hat AmphitheaterJuly 14 Birmingham, AL @ Sloss FestivalJuly 15 Louisville, KY @ Forecastle FestivalJuly 18 Boston, MA @ Blue Hills Bank PavilionJuly 19 Philadelphia, PA @ Festival Pier at Penn’s LandingJuly 20 Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube LiveView All Tour Dates Arcade Fire appeared on last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live, marking their fifth performance on the late-night comedy show to date. The indie rock icons performed two songs, “Creature Comfort” and “Put Your Money On Me”, in support of their 2017 album, Everything Now. Additionally, the band appeared on a sketch about CBS news and the #MeToo movement, where Canadian producer Thomas Logan is confronted by a woman (Heidi Gardner) he sexually harassed, while former collaborators Arcade Fire learn about his misdeeds.Watch Arcade Fire perform “Creature Comfort” and “Put Your Money On Me”, as well as their sketch, below:
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Authorities in Toledo, Ohio, say two children have been killed and a third critically wounded in a shooting. A tweet from Toledo police said the children were shot by their mother’s boyfriend “during a domestic dispute” on Friday. Toledo police tweeted the third child shot was continuing to “fight for life” as of late Friday. Police tweeted that Kevin Moore was arrested and booked into jail in connection with the shooting. It was unclear whether he had a lawyer to comment on his behalf. The names and ages of the children were not immediately released.
Notre Dame’s Judicial Council approved five tickets this week to run for the position of student body president and vice president for the 2011-12 school year. The candidates are: sophomore Ricky Bevington and junior Olivia Colangelo, junior Pat McCormick and sophomore Brett Rocheleau, freshmen Kevin Noonan and Matthew Thomas, juniors Catherine Soler and Emily LeStrange and junior James Ward and freshman Heather Eaton. Ricky Bevington and Olivia Colangelo Bevington said his ticket hopes to achieve three major goals: student government efficacy, University teamwork and student body unity. “We want to be sure that all of the governing organizations on campus work together to do what is best for the heart of this University, the undergraduate students,” Bevington said. “Whether this means being sure that the student body is informed of important administration decisions or taking steps to have a stronger student presence with the Board of Trustees, we are determined make sure that the student body can really make its mark on this campus and the world outside.” Bevington, who currently serves as the director of student government’s First Undergraduate Experience in Leadership (FUEL) program, said student government has been important to both him and his running mate Colangelo during their time at Notre Dame. “Olivia and I are hoping the entire student body can connect with us and our goals, seniors to freshmen, he said. “We want to provide them with experience from our years past and dedication through the entirety of our term.” Pat McCormick and Brett Rocheleau McCormick said his campaign ideas are tied together by the belief that students don’t need a voice because they already have a voice. According to McCormick, the current chair of the Student Senate’s Committee on Social Concerns, student voices can be a strong force for change, and Notre Dame students have often been at the forefront of that change. “We’ve seen students use their voices and they can be heard,” McCormick said. “We think it’s time student government join them and serve them in that effort.” The main focus for McCormick and his running mate Rocheleau, current sophomore class president, is the further development of Playing for Peace, the three-on-three basketball tournament held last semester in support of Sudan. Some of their ideas include a Playing for Peace advocacy concert and turning the Notre Dame vs. Villanova basketball game into a Playing for Peace game. “We think it could be a major platform for the University to not only come together for important and urgent issues, but also to hopefully do it in ways that are exciting for students,” McCormick said. Kevin Noonan and Matthew Thomas The Zahm freshmen said the major components of their platform are “really quite simple” and include “some wood, a few nails and a little old-fashioned American hard work.” “If I had to give one piece of information to the student body about our campaign as a whole it would be this — we represent your real interests,” Noonan said. “Which would mean more to you, hangover hours in the dining hall and a new food court, or a vague promise of taxi reform? If you said taxi reform, then I don’t really want your vote.” Catherine Soler and Emily LeStrange Soler, student body president, and LeStrange, off-campus concerns chair, are running a campaign based on their experience within student government. “It enables us to understand how student government works and what it can do,” Soler said. The ticket will focus the relationships of the University with the South Bend community and the police. Soler said the connections she and LeStrange have already established will be a huge asset. The duo has several other ideas, including expanding tutoring resources, student employment reform and a monthly midnight breakfast sponsored by student government. “We hope students recognize how valuable our experience can be in regards to efficiency and previous relationships,” Soler said. “Emily and I are both creative and interested in doing things better and doing more for the student body.” James Ward and Heather Eaton Ward, current junior class president, said he hopes to address the everyday issues that students complain about by becoming a strong leader who remains down-to-Earth. “Our main focus is to make student government run by students who can demonstrate leadership but at the same time remain one of their peer group,” Ward said. Some of the topics the ticket is looking to address include bringing back quarter dogs, adding more points to the Grab n’ Go system and putting a Redbox for movie rentals in LaFortune Student Center. Ward said the fact that Eaton, freshman class president, is younger than most other nominees is a huge asset to their campaign. “There wasn’t ever much policy consideration to the younger grades,” Ward said. “That’s what we hope to impact next year, to have a better representation across the student body.”
WNY News Now Image.MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County Clerk Larry Barmore is addressing recent frustration with the new appointment system from members of the community at the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) offices throughout the county.Barmore reminds people that the system came from an order from Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office. However, the Clerk says his staff will make adjustments when they become necessary to improve the system.Barmore says that appointments were booked rather quickly because there was a backlog of people since March. He urges people to spend time looking at www.dmv.ny.gov to find everything they need for their appointment to avoid being turned away.Those without internet access can call DMV for any questions. Barmore also says people who can’t get through can email him several days ahead of the appointment at [email protected] and he’ll get the answers. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),they need to update the mv82 forms, myself and several others printed them from the website and were sent letters stating they were out of date. you guys are the reason citizens need to return 17000000 times to handle a simple transaction,go to Catt County DMV. They are a lot easier to deal with anyways.,Went to Mayville yesterday to register a new motorcycle had both MV82 and tax form filled out,went smooth as could be. Except standing in the ungodly HOT sun waiting to go in.
EU proposes end to gas infrastructure funding, shift to hydrogen and renewables FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):The European Commission has proposed to reform regulation covering cross-border energy infrastructure projects that are eligible for financial support, including a plan to exclude oil and natural gas infrastructure from EU funding in the future.In the proposed reform to the Trans-European Networks for Energy, or TEN-E, regulation, the commission said Dec. 15 that unabated natural gas projects were not compatible with the EU’s carbon-neutrality goals. Instead, it plans to shift more money to electricity grids, including for the connection of new offshore wind farms.However, funding could be made available for infrastructure projects for the supply and trade of hydrogen, which would also include assets converted from gas, it said. That could open the door for projects to convert or upgrade existing gas infrastructure, such as pipelines, storage facilities and LNG import terminals. Utilities, oil companies and other investors have launched a flurry of hydrogen projects in recent months to benefit from renewed interest in the fuel.The proposal comes a year after the European Investment Bank decided to stop financing most fossil fuel projects from the end of 2021, highlighting how gas is increasingly moving into the spotlight of the climate debate.Under the TEN-E regulation, priority energy projects are compiled into a list of so-called projects of common interest, or PCIs, which means they qualify for billions in EU funds.The revised TEN-E also reflects an increased role for renewable and low-carbon gases by creating a new category of infrastructure for smart gas grids, which the commission said would support distribution and transmission investments to integrate green gases such as biogas and biomethane, but also hydrogen.[Stuart Elliott]More ($): EU proposes to stop funding natural gas infrastructure, shift focus to hydrogen
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An alleged burglar is wanted for stealing a laptop computer and a cell phone from the Nassau County Department of Health building in Mineola over Memorial Day Weekend, police said.The suspect fled after breaking into the office on County Seat Drive between 4:45 p.m. Friday, May 23 and 6:45 a.m. Tuesday, May 27, police said.Third Squad detectives released a photo of the suspect, who was caught on surveillance video, in a flyer that asks the public for their help in identifying him.The suspect is described as a light-skinned Hispanic man with a medium build, between 5-feet, 9-inches and 5-feet, 11-inches tall. He was wearing a tan jacket with decals on the left arm, blue jeans and sneakers.Anyone who can identity the subject, or anyone with any information about this case, is asked to call the Crime Stoppers toll free hotline at 1-800-244-TIPS (8477). All callers will remain confidential.
9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr From big emergencies to minor setbacks, learning how to deal with money crises is a key aspect of healthy financial management. Losses are a part of life, and while planning and preparing for them can help, you can’t always stop fiscal setbacks from occurring.When faced with financial hardship, individuals need to adapt their money plans to deal with present challenges. After all, your normal fiscal approach isn’t going to work when times are tough. For advice on facing financial challenges, GOBankingRates has turned to the best money minds out there: the finalists of the 2015 Best Money Expert competition, presented in collaboration with Ally. Here are eight tips designed to help limit the damage of financial problems and get you and your money back on track. continue reading »
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