Non-Region Boys Soccer Tags: Brynlee Golding/Jason Thomas/Kaleb Tanner/Kassidy Alder/Kaylee Lundeen/Lexie Alder/Madison Jessop/Oakleigh Harmon/Sadie Cox/Tiffay Heimansen/Trace Boggess/Tyra Hermansen Tiffany Heimansen earned the win in the circle for Manti. Madison Jessop homered, Oakleigh Harmon tripled and Kaylee Lundeen doubled in the loss for the Spartans. The Templars belted out 21 hits in the win, as Brynlee Golding added a pair of doubles for Manti. Additionally, Kassidy Alder, Sadie Cox and Tyra Hermansen each doubled in the win for the Templars. Written by April 20, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 4/20 Non-Region MURRAY, Utah-Lexie Alder posted three triples and the Manti Templars pounded Class 5-A Murray 25-10 Saturday in non-region softball action. Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSoftball FILLMORE, Utah-Kaleb Tanner and Trace Boggess each scored as the Manti Templars downed Millard 2-0 in non-region boys soccer action Saturday. Jason Thomas posted the shutout in victory for the Templars.
View post tag: Raytheon Raytheon Company delivered the first Standard Missile-6 all-up-round to the U.S. Navy from its new integration and testing facility in Huntsville, Ala. SM-6 defends naval vessels against fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles.“SM-6 is a game-changing, transformational fleet defense missile, and we’re on track to reach initial operating capability this year,” said Dr. Taylor W. Lawrence, president of Raytheon Missile Systems. “Our state-of-the-art production facility in Huntsville will play a significant role in delivering this asset to the U.S. Navy on time and on budget for years to come.”Raytheon opened the doors of its new $75 million, 70,000 square-foot, all-up-round production facility at Redstone Arsenal in November 2012. The facility features advanced tools and the latest processes for missile production, enabling Raytheon to streamline processes, reduce costs and add increased value for the warfighter.“The SM-6’s capabilities signal a new era in fleet defense for our U.S. Navy warfighters,” said Wes Kremer, vice president of Air and Missile Defense Systems for Raytheon Missile Systems. “The Huntsville team is fully committed to delivering this missile to our country’s sailors with the kind of mission assurance they’ve come to rely on.”During a September 2012 test, SM-6 destroyed a cruise missile target using a remote cue from Raytheon’s JLENS. The test was a significant step toward further extending a ship’s defended footprint.About the Standard Missile-6SM-6 delivers a proven over-the-horizon air defense capability by leveraging the time-tested advantages of the Standard Missile’s airframe and propulsion.The SM-6 uses both active and semi-active guidance modes and advanced fuzing techniques.It incorporates the advanced signal processing and guidance control capabilities from Raytheon’s Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile.SM-6 has been selected to fulfill the U.S. Navy’s sea-based terminal role, which provides defense against ballistic missiles in their terminal phase of flight.Raytheon Company, with 2012 sales of $24 billion and 68,000 employees worldwide, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world. With a history of innovation spanning 91 years, Raytheon provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of sensing; effects; and command, control, communications and intelligence systems; as well as a broad range of mission support services. Raytheon is headquartered in Waltham, Mass.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, March 1, 2013; Image: Raytheon Industry news Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Raytheon Delivers First SM-6 to US Navy View post tag: Defence View post tag: US View post tag: Defense March 1, 2013 View post tag: delivers View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic Share this article View post tag: SM-6 USA: Raytheon Delivers First SM-6 to US Navy View post tag: Navy View post tag: first
Downtown Asbury Avenue will be the site of the annual Christmas Parade at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 5 in Ocean City, NJ.Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian announced today that the city’s annual Christmas Parade will be held on Friday, Dec. 5 at 6:30 p.m.“Ocean City is a town based on history and tradition and our annual Christmas Parade is a family tradition that we feel needs to be continued,” Gillian said in a prepared statement. “We are happy to work with the Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Merchants to create a parade that every generation can enjoy and get in the holiday spirit”.The parade will travel from from Sixth Street to 11th Street on Asbury Avenue.The Downtown Merchants Association had considered canceling the parade for this year. The merchants’ group organizes the annual event and had moved the tentative date to a Sunday afternoon (Dec. 7) to provide more of a draw to downtown stores and restaurants. But with the parade cancelled last year due to weather, attendance in recent years dwindling, and scheduling conflicts, the group considered taking a year off to re-energize the event.The parade lineup will include Santa Claus, the Ocean City High School marching band, horse and carriage riders, police and fire vehicles, a showcase of the high school’s champion athletes (including the South Jersey champion field hockey and boys’ soccer teams), veterans, the Board of Realtors, pageant winners, possibly the recently honored Ocean City Primary School and Intermediate School students honored for perfect standardized test scores and other potential musical and community participants, according to Kristen Gallagher, director of Community Services.__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter“Like” us on Facebook
Icelandic fresh foods company Bakkavör Group has snapped up speciality bread producer New Primebake and chilled manufacturer Laurens Patisseries in a major spending spree in the added-value bakery sector in the UK.Bakkavör, which last year took over fresh produce company Geest, said the acquisitions will make it the UK’s largest supplier of chilled bread products, and strengthen its position in desserts.Its purchase of Nantwich-based part-baked bread firm New Primebake, announced on April 27, is subject to the approval of the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), with a decision expected within eight weeks. The price has not been disclosed.New Primebake, which employs 340 people, had a £33.4m turnover in the year to December 31, 2005. It manufactures chilled part-baked bread products such as filled garlic baguettes, garlic slices and ciabatta, and supplies the major UK retailers.Chairman of Bakkavör Ágúst Gudmundsson said the New Primebake acquisition will expand its product portfolio and “will enable us to make full use of existing capacity, allowing us to continue to innovate to fulfil customer demand”.The acquisition follows a fire which destroyed its Geest garlic bread production site in April 2005. The bakery was one of the UK’s largest production sites for garlic bread, making 7,000 loaves a day.Meanwhile, Bakkavör said it spent £130m on Laurens Patisseries, in a deal announced on April 30. The acquisition “is a good example of our intention to continue to strengthen our market position in the fresh prepared foods markets”, Mr Gudmundsson said.Laurens Patisseries is a family business based in Newark, specialising in cream desserts. It employs around 1,200 people and supplies some 130 products, specialising in own-label.Mr Gudmundsson said the “well-managed” Laurens saw sales grow around 20% in 2005. Bakkavör said it expected further consolidation in the UK fresh prepared foods sector and said it is committed to playing an active role in this trend. What is Bakkavör?Bakkavör Group is based in Reykjavík, Iceland, and specialises in fresh prepared foods and produce. Founded in 1986, it now employs over 14,000 people in the UK, Iceland, France, Belgium, South Africa and China and has a turnover of over £1bn. The Group’s vision is to be the world’s leading fresh prepared foods and produce provider. Its key market areas are ready meals, pizzas and convenience salads.
Krispy Kreme is giving free doughnuts for customers to gift to neighbours and local key workers for Do Something Good for your Neighbour Day on 16 May.Every time a consumer buys an Original Glazed dozen box, another will be gifted free, which they can deliver to a neighbour or local key worker.It will be available on all purchases of Original Glazed dozen boxes on Saturday 16 May, via the UberEats app.Krispy Kreme hopes customers will join in the movement by leaving surprise pick-me up packages on neighbours’ doorsteps.In these times of separation and social distancing, communities and neighbourhoods have been inspired to connect and come together, it added.“At Krispy Kreme we have an ongoing mission to ‘Serve Smiles’ and bring small moments of joy with our sweet treats – so this week we would like to help our customers bring a smile to a neighbour in their community,” said Richard Cheshire, CEO of Krispy Kreme.People should coincide gifting packages with daily walks, wash their hands before handling the box and place them on neighbours’ doorsteps before knocking and stepping back two metres, advised the company.Krispy Kreme is among the bakery and café chains that have started to reopen their sites.
Phish continues to delight fans with releases from their archives, and it appears a new great box set is in the works. St. Louis ’93 recently appeared on Amazon – as pointed out by Live Music Blog – chronicling the band’s two performances at the American Theater in St. Louis, MO on 4/14/93 & 8/16/93.Due out on March 31st via JEMP Records, the six-disc set contains some prime early Phish listening. The band was hot off of their release of the album Rift, and the shows contain stand out versions of tracks like “Reba,” “Stash” and more.Check out the product description:A 6-disc CD box set containing two live Phish concerts from 1993. 4/14/93 & 8/16/93 from the American Theater in St. Louis, MO. In 1993, Phish was touring following the release of their fourth album Rift, and rapidly expanding into colleges and theaters as word spread about their renowned live performances. St. Louis ’93 captures the band at two standout shows on consecutive tours at the 1,750-seat Beaux Arts style American Theatre. The first of the two American Theatre shows was April 14, 1993 – dubbed the “Roger Proposal” show when Trey’s old friend Roger Holloway decided to propose to his girlfriend Jennifer onstage. Trey and Roger conspired to make the proposal. Highlights of the April show included a creative Stash/Kung/Horse mash-up, Roger’s Proposal to open set II (she said “Yes”!) followed by AC/DC Bag and My Sweet One for the newly-engaged couple, You Enjoy Myself > Spooky > You Enjoy Myself, and a dreamy Harpua > Runaway Jim. The encore was dedicated to Roger and Jen “on the road of life.” Phish’s second show at the American took place August 16, 1993 during the legendary summer ’93 tour, which found the band taking exponentially bigger risks while exploring the outer limits of their repertoire. The August show kicked off with a non-stop sequence of Axilla > Possum > Horn > Reba > Sparkle. During I Didn’t Know, Fish used Voodoo and his Madonna washboard in an attempt to push back the waters of the Great Flood of 1993. Unique interstitial jams connected many of the songs in set I and added an extra element of mystery. The St. Louis Reba was an improvisational masterpiece. Possum, Foam and Split Open And Melt were all superb as was the only Mike’s Song > Faht > Weekapaug Groove combination ever played. St. Louis ’93 was recorded in stereo from the soundboard by Paul Languedoc and mastered by Fred Kevorkian. The 6-CD boxed set (also available as livephish.com streaming and downloads) will be released March 31, 2017 and is crucial listening for all Phish fans and their fiancés or fiancées.While Phish has yet to formally announce the album, its appearance on Amazon is all but confirmation of its release. You can see the artwork and full tracklisting for St. Louis ’93, below.St. Louis ’93 TracklistingDisc: 11. Buried Alive2. Poor Heart3. Maze4. Bouncing Around The Room5. It’s Ice6. Stash7. Kung8. Stash9. Kung10. The Horse11. Silent In The Morning12. Divided Sky13. I Didn’t Know14. Golgi ApparatusDisc: 21. Roger’s Proposal2. AC/DC Bag3. My Sweet One4. Tweezer5. Mound6. Big Ball Jam7. You Enjoy Myself8. Spooky9. You Enjoy MyselfDisc: 31. Harpua2. Runaway Jim3. Lengthwise4. Contact5. Tweezer RepriseDisc: 41. Axilla2. Possum3. Horn4. Reba5. SparkleDisc: 51. Foam2. I Didn’t Know3. Split Open And Melt4. The Squirming CoilDisc: 61. Mike’s Song2. Faht3. Weekapaug Groove4. Mound5. It’s Ice6. My Friend, My Friend7. Poor Heart8. Big Ball Jam9. Take The ‘A’ Train10. Good Times Bad Times11. Amazing Grace12. Rocky Top[H/T Live Music Blog]
4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Martin WebsterGoogle has a tool that allows you to export all of the information it has about you: websites visited, YouTube videos watched, photos, emails, profile information, and much more. I thought I’d try it to see how much information they have about me. When I clicked “Create Archive” to export my data, a message came back that said, “An archive is currently being processed. Please note that this may take a long time (hours or possibly days) to create.” DAYS??? How much data do they have on me?My first thought was “that’s just creepy,” but then I wondered, if they have that much data about me, how will I make any sense of it? How would anyone? It seems to me that if you could harness all of that data, you could see things that most people don’t. That’s really the genesis behind “big data,” knowing things you didn’t know before. But all that data has the potential to be just so much noise without any usable takeaways unless managed properly.This is the same challenge financial institutions face – how to leverage data to provide value to the organization and fuel to strategies. Here are a few thoughts on ways to ensure your institution is using data to your advantage. continue reading »
Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion To the honest person who found my wallet in Scotia and then turned it into Scotia police — I can’t thank you enough.I’m visiting family in Scotia and live in California. My wallet contained the obvious — credit cards, cash, Kohl’s cash, several gift cards and an uncashed check from my employer for $1,200. The Scotia Police Department spent two days trying to find a phone number/way to track me down. They finally tracked down my husband’s phone number and I was able to retrieve my wallet — with every penny accounted for.As we hear and read such horror stories in the news, it warms my heart knowing that my hometown, Scotia, is full of honest and good people. Losing my wallet, especially my driver’s license, would’ve caused me a major headache. Thank you to my anonymous angel and the Scotia Police Department. Lorri Krause (LaCoss)La Quinta, CaliforniaMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationSchenectady teens accused of Scotia auto theft, chase; Ended in Clifton Park crash, Saratoga Sheriff…EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?
The funding of the BASF scheme – 118% at the end of the second quarter – allowed it to negotiate a fixed annual indexation of 1.17% at Aegon.The transfer to Aegon is still subject to regulator approval.In other news, the €848m pension fund for notaries’ staff (SBMN) has said a planned merger with the €1.2bn pension fund for notaries (SNPF) has been postponed until 2016.According to SBMN, the delay was caused by the fact the ministries of Justice and Social Affairs could not implement the required legal changes in time.Stijn Marks, the pension fund’s chairman, said both schemes had already started to adjust their asset management and interest hedges, and that they were also trying to align their coverage ratios.Currently, the funding of SBMN and SNPF is 109.1% and 108%, respectively.Both pension funds had to implement rights cuts in recent years to keep their coverage at the minimum required level of 105%.According to Eric Greup, chairman at SNPF, the merger would lead to annual costs savings of between €2m and €3m, and that most gains would be made in asset management and governance.“Therefore, we will thoroughly assess all contracts with external parties, such as providers, accountants and advisers,” he said.At year-end, SBMN had 22,313 participants in total, of which 6,377 are employees and 2,348 pensioners. The €200m Dutch pension fund of chemicals giant BASF has said it is planning to place its accrued pension rights with insurer Aegon. Its board said it decided to hire the insurer following the expiration of the contract for pensions provision with its own company scheme last January.BASF has already contracted out the management of new pensions accrual to Avéro Achmea as of January.Last summer, the pension fund decided not to continue as a closed scheme but rather transfer pension rights to an insurer.
64 Paxton St, North Ward.A CHARACTER house with period features and more than 100 years of Townsville history has been listed for sale.The five-bedroom, two-bathroom, two-car home is on a 1012sq m block and will go to auction next Saturday. The North Ward house was built around 1900 and later purchased by furniture marker Duncan Baxter, who heavily modified it. 64 Paxton St, North Ward.The brothers owned the Complete Home Furnisher store on Flinders St and to this day a table made by them remains in the Townsville City Council chambers.During World War I two of Mr Duncan’s sons were enlisted. They were reported missing and never came home. Mr Duncan also enlisted and died at war. His widow sold the house in the early 1920s and left Townsville after one of her daughters died.The house has an in-ground swimming pool, front veranda and back deck.The large master bedroom has an ensuite, and there is a second bathroom plus separate toilet.There is a secure area underneath that could be used as a workshop, play area or storage room. 64 Paxton St will be open for inspection tomorrow from 11.45am-12.30pm and on Thursday from 2.45pm to 3.30pm. For more information, call Sally Elliott on 0409 550 454. 64 Paxton St, North Ward pictured in 1908.It still retains features of that time period such as stained-glass casement windows, ornate archways, bay windows and pressed metal ceilings.Smith and Elliott principal Sally Elliott is selling the house and said, despite the property’s rich history, it wasn’t heritage listed, meaning the new owners wouldn’t be restricted with any renovations.“To our knowledge it was built before 1902 and then extended in 1914,” she said.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“The block behind on Alexandra St was actually the horse and carriage paddock and the block beside it on the corner of Kennedy St was the original tennis court. This was a home that was built before airconditioning was invented so it’s completely designed for flow-through breezes.“It’s an iconic house and it’s not on any state or federal heritage list but it is a house of local interest.”In the late 1800s, Mr Baxter moved from Scotland to Townsville with some of his sons after his brother had already migrated.