Former Juab Star Wrestler Ashton Seely To Compete For UVU At Wyoming

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLARAMIE, Wyo.-Saturday, as Utah Valley University’s wrestling team commences its season at the Cowboy Open at Laramie, Wyo., a former Juab High star will be competing.Ashton Seely, a redshirt freshman out of Nephi, returns to the mat after having become the Wasps’ first four-time state champion.While competing for Juab High, he amassed a record of 216-12 before graduating in 2017.While redshirting in 2017-18, he did compile a 2-3 record while competing as an “unattached” competitor at 197 pounds. He also earned a second-place finish at the UVU Open by going 2-1 at this tournament.Seely is expected to compete at the Cowboy Open at 197 pounds. Written by Brad James November 2, 2018 /Sports News – Local Former Juab Star Wrestler Ashton Seely To Compete For UVU At Wyoming Tags: Ashton Seely/Cowboy Open/Juab High/UVU Open/UVU Wrestlinglast_img read more

St Joseph gets the green light in Birmingham

first_imgHome » News » Land & New Homes » St Joseph gets the green light in Birmingham previous nextLand & New HomesSt Joseph gets the green light in BirminghamThe Negotiator18th March 20180788 Views Property firm St Joseph has been given the green light from Birmingham City Council to develop a luxury waterside apartment complex at the heart of the city’s historic Gun Quarter.The Snow Hill Wharf project on Shadwell Street, will bring 404 new homes overlooking the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal.A mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments will located in five buildings with scenic views of the city, three podium gardens overlooking the waterway, a gymnasium with a sauna and steam-room and a luxury residents lounge and cinema room, plus a 24/7 resident concierge.Richard Starkey, Managing Director at St Joseph Homes Ltd, said, “Birmingham’s development is still in the ascendant, with record levels of both residential and commercial projects. While the Jewellery Quarter and Digbeth have attracted many investors, the Gun Quarter – with its rich cultural and industrial heritage – has remained a largely untapped area of huge potential.“Our vision for Snow Hill Wharf is to create a landmark development that brings a new quality and standard of residential living to the city. We are committed to the long-term delivery of a community that becomes an enviable place to live in the city centre.”St Joseph forms part of the FTSE 100 Berkeley Group, responsible for many of the most ambitious and inspiring developments in the UK, including the £1billion transformation of Kidbrooke Village, waterside apartments Birmingham St Joseph March 18, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

Adjunct Instructor – African History (On-Ground)

first_imgOpen Until Filled • Master’s degree in History or related field from a regionallyaccredited institution Minimum Qualifications In keeping with our mission and vision statement, Maryvilleactively seeks adjunct faculty members who are experts in theirfields. Adjunct faculty are an integral part of the University’slearning community and teach courses on campus.The College of Arts and Sciences is accepting applications for anacademically qualified adjunct faculty member to teach thefollowing course on campus : “Africa and theWorld”, an upper-level modern African history course.Course description: This course explores the history ofAfrica and the continent’s broader economic, social, and politicalimpact on the rest of the globe from 1500 to the present. Thecourse begins with a broad investigation of pre-colonial Africa,exploring the rich political, linguistic, and cultural traditionswhich characterized the continent before the arrival of Europeans.Students will assess the impact of western colonization and slaveryon African societies, from the early modern period through thebeginnings of independence movements at the beginning of thetwentieth century. The course then turns to an analysis of Africanself-determination, assessing the many challenges faced by newAfrican nation-states in a post-colonial world. Finally, studentswill take a critical approach to understanding the role of Africansocieties in our present global age, paying particular attention tothe impact capitalism continues to have on Africa and on theidentities, politics, and cultures of those who inhabit the world’ssecond-largest continent.Essential Job Functions/Responsibilities:• Teach the course for the College of Arts and Sciences• Participate in welcome orientation to become familiar with theUniversity’s mission, academic policies and procedures,expectations, and Canvas (Learning Management System).• Prepare essential learning objectives, lesson plans, andassignments. Develop course syllabus.• Clearly communicate course objectives and learning outcomes,teaching methodology, and assignments and deadlines.• Employ a variety of teaching styles in order to effectivelydeliver course content demonstrating both academic and real-worldapplications of concepts covered.• Encourage active learning through discussion topics, classassignments, group projects, etc.• Provide feedback and grade assignments in a timely and thoroughmanner (with 24-36 hrs.).• Establish office hours to provide additional assistance withstudent questions/concerns.• Report early alerts for students who are not actively engaging inthe course.• Additional duties as assigned. Special Instructions to Applicants Preferred Qualifications • Ph.D. in History or related field• Higher education teaching experience An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completionof a background screening.Applicants requiring University sponsorship to obtain employmentauthorization will not be considered for this position.Maryville University is committed to a policy of equal opportunityand prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, disability,gender, genetic information, marital status, national origin,race/color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, orany other status protected by law. This extends to all aspects ofthe employment relationship, including recruiting, hiring,training, on-the-job treatment, promotion, layoff, andtermination. Posting Details Yes Job Summary/Basic Function Physical Demands Advertised: October 02, 2020Applications close:last_img read more

Press release: Bees’ needs: public urged to support pollinators

first_imgFive simple actions to help pollinators such as planting more bee-friendly flowers and cutting grass less often were promoted today to protect the vital contribution these insects make to our economy.The five actions form part of a call to action launched by Environment Minister Lord de Mauley today at a conference organised by Plantlife, the Rare Breeds Survival Trust and The Wildlife Trusts, to encourage people to do their bit to help insects such bees and butterflies.Pollinators provide variety in our diets and some crops, like raspberries, apples and pears, particularly need insect pollination to produce good yields of high quality fruit.Research has estimated the value of insect pollination to crops at around £400 million due to increases in yield and quality of seeds and fruit.Lord de Mauley said: Find out moreVisit the Bees’ Needs website for more information on the call to action. Pollinators such as bees are vital to the environment and the economy and I want to make sure that we do all we can to safeguard them. That’s why we are encouraging everyone to take a few simple actions and play their part in helping protect our bees and butterflies. We will be publishing a nationwide strategy for pollinators later this year to set out everything that we can do to help pollinators flourish. This is a great foundation for us all to start helping our bees through five practical actions which everyone can get behind. These actions, combined with government leadership, will be vital to get the right framework in place for bee health in the long term. The WI now look forward to seeing the publication of the National Pollinator Strategy in the Autumn with clear actions and targets for the future. The plight of our bees is high on people’s environmental concerns so it’s great to see government, businesses and communities launching this call to action to protect this iconic species. The good news is that everyone can be part of the generation that helps saves our bees, from creating a ‘Bee World’ wildflower patch in your local area to helping scientists monitor bee health by logging any bees you spot with the free Great British Bee Count app. We are pleased to support this call to action, which lists five things we can all do to benefit pollinators, including providing more of the food and habitat they need to thrive and taking care when using pesticides. Through the Campaign for the Farmed Environment, the NFU has already helped deliver pollinator events to over 800 farmers and growers across the country this year, giving them the information they need to support this call to action on their own farms. National Farmers’ Union Vice President Guy Smith said: Grow more nectar- and pollen-rich flowers, shrubs and trees Leave patches of land to grow wild Cut grass less often Avoid disturbing or destroying nesting or hibernating insects Think carefully about whether to use pesticides The five simple actions were drawn up with experts from Natural England, the Food and Environment Research Agency, conservation charities and the research community.There are at least 1500 species of insect pollinators in the UK. This includes 26 species of bumble bee, 260 solitary bees, 1 honey bee species and hundreds of types of hoverflies, butterflies and moths.Defra will be publishing a national strategy for pollinators in the Autumn, following a public consultation earlier this year.Bees’ Needs videoBees’ Needs: food and a homeFriends of the Earth Executive Director Andy Atkins said: Five simple actionsWhether people live in a town or in the countryside, they are being urged to help create or improve a habitat for pollinators in five simple ways: Marylyn Haines Evans, Chair of the National Federation of Women’s Institutes Public Affairs Committee said:last_img read more

Nathaniel Rateliff Dazzles Red Rocks With Tank & The Bangas [Photo/Video]

first_imgPhoto: Andrew Rios [Video: Concertaholicshirts4]You can check out photos from Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats’ Wednesday night performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre below, courtesy of Andrew Rios.Setlist: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 8/22/2018Set: Shoe Boot, Be There, I Did It, A Little Honey, Out on the Weekend, You Worry Me, Wasting Time, Babe I Know (with Aretha Franklin tribute first), Hey Mama, Intro, I Need Never Get Old, Baby I Lost My Way, (But I’m Going Home), S.O.B., Trying So Hard Not to KnowNathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 8/22/2018 | Photo: Andrew Rios On Wednesday, August 22nd, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats returned to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, marking the first of two back-to-back shows at the iconic outdoor venue with support from NPR Tiny Desk darlings, Tank & The Bangas. Before the run, fans became worried about the viability of these Red Rocks performances, given that the group had canceled a show at the Belly Up Aspen, announcing that the band was too sick to perform the lead-up mountain-town shows. However, clearly, the days of rest paid off, with Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats playing standout shows in their hometown’s most beloved venue.While Rateliff opened Wednesday night’s show noting that “I’ve got to be honest with you: I’ve been sick. We had to cancel a show last night,” the opening remarks came after his declaration that “These two nights are the most important nights of our year.” With that, the group launched into a fiery performance, highlighting the group’s genre-blending talents. From soulful crooning to boot-stompin’ country to heartfelt folk melodies and beyond, Nathaniel Rateliff and company worked through classics of their songbook, including an end-of-set take on debatably their most famous tune, “S.O.B.”, evoking a huge breadth of emotions across the crowd.Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats – “S.O.B.” – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – 8/22/2018center_img Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Broadway Star Krysta Rodriguez Reveals Breast Cancer Fight & New Fashion Blog

first_img Watch Rodriguez’s episode of Broadway Nosh below. “In addition to performing, I’ve always had a passion for art, fashion, decoration and overall beautification,” Rodriguez said. “Since being diagnosed with breast cancer in the fall of 2014 on the heels of my 30th birthday, I’m taking this passion of beautification to my treatment. I’ve always believed you feel better when you look better. ChemoCouture will be dedicated to all things fun and fashion, while being focused on the specific needs of those women going through chemo. My goal is to have us all feeling beautiful together, wherever you are in your life.” Rodriguez most recently starred on Broadway opposite Zachary Levi in the 2013 musical comedy First Date, and took viewers backstage with her popular video blog Kiss & Tell. She won a 2010 Audience Choice Award for Favorite Breakthrough Performance as Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family and also appeared on the Great White Way in Spring Awakening, A Chorus Line, In the Heights and Good Vibrations. TV viewers know her as Ana Vargas on the second season of NBC’s Smash. View Comments Smash star and Audience Choice Award winner Krysta Rodriguez revealed her fight with breast cancer on this week’s episode of the new cooking series Broadway Nosh. Alongside her longtime friend, Nosh hostess Kirsten Wyatt, Rodriguez talks about her new cancer-friendly diet, teaching viewers how to make “cauliflower mashed fauxtatoes,” and just-launched fashion blog, “ChemoCouture” at read more

Workshops Help People

first_imgIt seems perfect.* In south Georgia, many farmers look for a new moneymaking crop.* Around Atlanta, other workers look for career changes. (Often, layoffs force theissue.)* Meanwhile, greenhouse, nursery and landscape markets blossom.Thriving markets look made-to-order for people seeking promising business ventures.Between the people and the prospects, though, stands a stark reality: 85 percent of allnew businesses fail within the first five years.”That’s where we’re trying to help,” said Paul Thomas, a horticulturist withthe University of Georgia Extension Service.Extension specialists will lead a workshop March 20-22 in Athens. Along with the UGABusiness Outreach Services, Georgia Commercial Flower Growers Association and GeorgiaGreen Industry Association, they hope to help new ventures start out right.An early, hands-on workshop March 19 will teach how to grow plants from seeds orcuttings.The workshops will offer 43 sessions. Over four days, greenhouse and nursery owners,landscape pros and UGA experts will tell just about everything anybody needs to know aboutstarting these businesses.”Through our county Extension offices, hundreds of people have shown an interestin starting businesses like this,” Thomas said. “And there’s plenty of room fornew people in this market.”The market in the Southeast is the strongest we’ve ever seen,” Thomas said.”Sales have gone up 13 percent per year over the past three years. Growers are makingmoney. And production is nowhere near the market capacity.”It’s not just a few niches, either,” Thomas said. “It’s herbs, groundcovers, shrubs, vines, trees, cuttings, bedding plants, perennials — there are thousandsof niches.”Taken together, “green industry” firms sell Georgia’s seventh-largest farmproduct, with more than $200 million in yearly sales.”It’s the fastest-growing commodity in Georgia, running neck-and-neck withcotton,” Thomas said. “And it doesn’t take but an acre of ground to get intothis business.”The workshops March 19 and March 20-22 are designed to show people how to grow plants,how the industry works, what sells, how it sells and where it sells.The March 19 workshop requires pre-registration by March 15. A $150 fee coversequipment, supplies, books and plants. The first 40 to register may attend.The fee for the March 20-22 workshop is $125 before March 15. It’s $145 after that. Thefee covers refreshment breaks, two lunches and materials.To learn more about the workshops or get a registration form, contact the countyExtension office. Or call 1-800-884-1419 or (706) 542-2134.last_img read more

Burlington unveils interactive ‘GIS’ map on Website

first_img— 30 — Source: The City of Burlington. Burlington, VT ‘ September 17, 2010. The City of Burlington announced today that a GIS (’Geographical Information System’) feature is available on the City’s Website. GIS integrates a variety of informational categories, or ‘layers,’ with an interactive map of a particular geographic area. For example, within Burlington’s GIS feature, one can choose to show all of the real estate transactions in the City over the last 12 months; clicking on a specific property will show the property address, sale date, and sale amount. ‘Layers’ on Burlington’s GIS feature include Census block tracts, current building permits, ward boundaries, the City’s FY11 street paving plans, and the location of parking garages, parking lots, and electric vehicle charging stations, among many other categories of information.‘As a City we’ve continued to look for ways to improve access to information and the availability of GIS on the City’s website offers a wealth of information in an easy to use, graphical form,’ said Mayor Bob Kiss. ‘It’s a feature that will enhance the public’s access to information, offer opportunities for better and more efficient inter-departmental communication, and in general help to promote all the things Burlington has to offer.’The City’s Director of Information Technology, Tim Barden, also cited increased access to information by the public through GIS, as well as the collaboration by multiple departments to develop the feature. ‘We’re pleased to have developed GIS as it is the ongoing goal of the City and the IT office to make public information in an electronic form as accessible and easy to use as possible. The layers that are available as of today are just the beginning. Hard work by IT staff, the involvement of Planning and Zoning, and the participation of several City departments made this possible.’The GIS effort was led by Scott Duckworth of the City’s IT office which is part of the Clerk-Treasurer’s Office. ‘Scott did a fantastic job of developing a state of the art GIS implementation for the City’ Barden said. Features were also incorporated by Planning and Zoning staff. Among other things the effort required gathering information from City departments that could be incorporated into the program. IT staff will continue to review available information for incorporation of additional ‘layers’ into GIS.The City’s GIS efforts were praised at a recent conference of municipal and county software users. At a session devoted to website presentation, Burlington’s GIS site was featured as a prime example of utilizing GIS to display a broad range of information.Burlington’s GIS can be accessed directly through is external) or going to the City’s homepage is external) and clicking on ‘Geographic Information Systems’ at the top right of the homepage.last_img read more

World Council initiates Project Storm Break in The Bahamas

first_img continue reading » The Coast Guard is supporting the Bahamian National Emergency Management Agency and the Royal Bahamian Defense Force, who are leading search and rescue efforts in the Bahamas. (Coast Guard Photo) The devastation wrought by Hurricane Dorian has prompted the Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions to initiate its first Project Storm Break response in The Bahamas—the same country where the disaster relief fund was officially launched just over one month ago.The Worldwide Foundation, the charitable fundraising arm of World Council of Credit Unions, is sending $10,000 in Project Storm Break funds to the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (CCCU). CCCU is matching that donation, providing for a total of $20,000 to be used for immediate assistance.Project Storm Break funds will be distributed to help credit unions provide members and staff with emergency supplies.The money will also help credit unions quickly get back up and running so they can provide needed cash and other financial services to their members.center_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

How Democrats Missed Trump’s Appeal to Latino Voters

first_imgFellow Democrats complained about the Biden campaign’s sluggish Latino outreach for months, though the campaign eventually spent a record $20 million on Spanish-language television and radio advertising, more than double the Trump campaign’s $9 million, according to Advertising Analytics, an ad tracking firm. And both campaigns tried to target voters based on regional and national origin — there were advertisements featuring Cuban, Puerto Rican and Mexican accents.Indeed, the regional differences illustrate both political shifts and the way Latinos see themselves. In Arizona, for example, a historically Republican state shifted because of young Latinos who were politically activated by Senate Bill 1070, a 2010 state measure that was known as the “show me your papers” law and that critics called legalized racial profiling.- Advertisement – Yet one lesson of Arizona — that political identity is often built in the face of persecution — did not bear out in Texas, where over a year ago a gunman killed 22 people in El Paso, the largest anti-Latino attack in modern American history, after the authorities said he wrote a manifesto that echoed much of the president’s language.Texas didn’t even come close to flipping to the Democrats this year. Roughly 25 to 30 percent of Latino voters nationally have chosen Republican candidates for decades, but many Democrats said they were particularly alarmed by the loss of support in the Rio Grande Valley, where Mr. Biden won some border counties by significantly smaller margins than Hillary Clinton did in 2016. “People pretty much tend to attack us,” Alma Aguilar said at a small Black Lives Matter demonstration in the Phoenix suburbs this summer. “We are not treated the same way as white people.”Even as votes were still being counted, many Democrats credited young Latinas such as Ms. Aguilar for their success in the state. Local activists noted that while the Democrats celebrated, organizing voters began long before the national party invested in the state.“We did this,” said Alejandra Gomez, the co-executive director of Lucha, a voter engagement group that was established in response to anti-immigration state policies a decade ago. “We organized when nobody else was paying attention. It’s weird to say, but without that, I am not sure we would have flipped the state.”- Advertisement –center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more