Facebook Twitter SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – May 27, 2017 There is a Memorial Day weekend tradition in Indiana: planting crops while listening to the Indy 500 race on the tractor radio. For much of Indiana, that is not going to happen this year. HAT chief meteorologist Ryan Martin says the next few days will be more wet than dry. “Wet as we start off the period with significant rains for the first two days of the holiday weekend,” he stated. “The second of two waves from this event moves through Sunday, and that will bring two-day rain totals at .5”-1.5” with coverage at 80%. Rains Sunday will not be lighter or have lower coverage than Saturday rains…this will just be an all-out rain event for most of the state.” SHARE Home News Feed Planting Forecast: Not Much of a Silver Lining in Those Rain Clouds Planting Forecast: Not Much of a Silver Lining in Those Rain Clouds Facebook Twitter Previous articleCorn Replant Considerations 2017Next articleConsumers Want the Meat, Just Not the Animal Hoosier Ag Today
Print WhatsApp Advertisement Twitter Heart failure patient and advocate Pauline O’Shea with her daughter Ali.LITTLE Ali O’Shea from Ardnacrusha is not happy about going back to school – not because she doesn’t like schoolwork or being with her friends but because she’s very afraid of giving her mother Covid-19.Her mum, Pauline, has suffered from heart failure and her condition is such that she has had a defibrillator fitted in her body to resuce her in the event of her heart stopping,When teachers asked their pupils to write something about coming back to school, nine-year-old Ali wrote that she feared she would infect her mother.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Pauline (47) is an advocate with the Irish Heart Foundation to have under 70s heart failure patients moved up the priority list for Covid vaccination.Pauline is one of 7,000 Irish heart failure patients under 70 and she believes they have been totally forgotten in the priority list of people who urgently need vaccination.” I absolutely believe that older people who are more vulnerable should receive the vaccine first.“Many people in the heart failure community are in that group and will be vaccinated but for those of us who are younger, we’re just not being mentioned. We’re asking to be moved up the list so that we can stop living in terror.”The mother-of-three described to the Limerick Post what precautions she has to take as her children are back at school.“When I pick them up in the car, I cover them in sanitiser, even their heads. None of us know exactly where this virus lands.“When they get home, they change out of their school uniforms right away. I know one women in the heart failure community who can’t even hug her children until they have changed all of their clothes at the back door.“We can’t afford to take any risk because Covid attacks the heart and there’s a real likelihood that if any of us get this, we’ll be leaving our children without a mother.”Over the last 12 months, Covid has been added to the restrictions which Pauline, and people with her condition, have been subjected to.With three children of school age, their interaction in classrooms exposes Pauline to more than 70 people who may or may not carry the virus.“You’re trying to wear two hats – you have this medical condition but you’re also a mother and children need their mother. We want to be able to mother our children freely, away from the real worry that Covid might get us.“We’re not asking to be be put up the list ahed of more vulnerable people – just to be included on the list as a priority”. Facebook Email Linkedin Previous articleLockdown is giving room for readers to expand horizonsNext article“This could open his horizons on all fronts” – Ronan O’Gara excited by Hanrahan move Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. NewsI’m afraid I’ll give mam CovidBy Bernie English – March 26, 2021 783
Twitter Pinterest By Odessa American – February 2, 2021 Council hears OC agreement details The Odessa City Council during a virtual work session on Tuesday discussed issues ranging from the federal Payroll Protection Program, a contract for road sealant and to consider an economic development agreement between the Odessa Development Council and the Odessa College Foundation. Cristal Villegas, a Frost Bank representative, detailed that the second round of the PPP is open to applications from local businesses and that this round of the funding can also be accessed by non-profits. Saying “we’ve all been impacted by this,” Villegas said those needing information can visit sba.gov for instructions in both English and Spanish. She said businesses must be able to show a 25 percent reduction in gross receipts due to the pandemic. She added that $284 billion was allocated by the federal government for the program. The loans provided by PPP can eventually be turned into a forgiven grant for those who meet the criteria. The deadline to apply is either March 31 or until the funding runs out. Council also heard details about Odessa College’s new health sciences center, which is scheduled to break ground on the campus in the fall of this year. Wesley Burnett, director of Economic Development, detailed for council the economic development agreement between ODC and Odessa College Foundation for the new construction. Burnett said the 83,000 square foot building will cost almost $40 million and OC President Gregory Williams said OC has donations and other funding for much of the cost of the building. Burnett touted the workforce training aspect of the partnership with OC and said 44 jobs will be retained and 16 new jobs created with more than $1 million in payroll. Williams told council the new center will create jobs and produce a record number of students working in the health science field. Council also heard a presentation to amend the 2020-21 budget by appropriating an additional $102,536.92 for the cost of the General Election and Runoff Elections. A runoff on city council and costs associated with COVID cleaning and extra voting days as required by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott also factored into the higher cost. City Manager Michael Marrero presented to the council information on an application to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for 2021 Competitive 9% Housing Tax Credit for Woodcrest Apartments. Marrero said Woodcrest Apartments can apply for a tax credit to allow the developer to move residents to another area and to demolish the 74 units that are 50 years old and to build new units. He said all residents will be relocated and that the contractor will be responsible for costs associated with the move. The residents are all part of an affordable housing project. Phil Fisher with Sonoma Housing said the long term objective is to serve long term low income housing. He said the program will not cost the city but rather is a federal program and that it would allow newer and more efficient housing. He said the program requires a resolution of support from the city during the Feb. 9 city council meeting and said the project would begin in the fall. The construction costs will be around $14 million and will take about 12 to 14 months to complete. There are currently 74 households living there now. HUD pays about 2/3 of the rent for most on the property now. Many residents are elderly or disabled. Fisher said the new units could last as long as 40 years. Facebook WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Local NewsGovernment Previous articleNew LSU coordinator Jones begins task of fixing defenseNext articleA gloomy Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil says more winter Odessa American TAGS Pinterest WhatsApp
Pinterest Pinterest By News Highland – January 10, 2012 Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Farmer fined after animal carcases found on his land Google+ Twitter Google+ News Gardai discovered a sheep skeleton and other dying animals when they visited a farm in Co Donegal.Gardaí were tipped off by animal welfare officers about possible cases of cruelty on the farm of 56-year-old Joseph McBride.Sgt Christy Galligan told Letterkenny District Court he had called to the farm at Murlog, Downings, in February and March 2010. He found a lame goat in poor condition, a dead lamb and the skeleton of a sheep.The court was also told a number of other animals were in poor condition.McBride was charged with failing to remove dead animals from his property.Pictures of the scene were given to Judge Paul Kelly who said “the pictures don’t make attractive viewing”.Defence solicitor Kieran Dillon told the court McBride was a small farmer who had been suffering from ill health and that improvements had been made on the farm since the incident.ISPCA inspector Kevin McGinley said they could not say for certain how the animals had died or had suffered.He said it was not known how the animals died, but he said leaving their carcasses to rot was simply wrong.Judge Kelly ordered McBride to pay €250 to the ISPCA and allow for another inspection of his farm before June 11th. Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Previous articleGAA – Tyrone beat Queen’s at OmaghNext articleMayor calls IBAL litter report on Letterkenny “spiteful and ludicrous” News Highland WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Party leaders meet today to discuss six week lockdown Pinterest The leaders of the three coalition parties will meet later today to discuss placing the country back into a six week lockdown.NPHET has recommended Level 5 restrictions for the entire country.1,000 new cases of Covid-19 and three more deaths were confirmed yesterday.Minister of State for European Affairs, Thomas Byrne, says he’ll support whatever the Government decides but the current measures are already restrictive:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Byrnelead10.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The Irish Medical Organisation says the rapid rise in Covid-19 cases is putting health services under extreme pressure.GPs are concerned people who know they’re contacts or are waiting for tests are not self-isolating.Chair of the IMO’s GP Committee Dr Denis McCauley, says that has to change:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/06mccauley-virus-1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Previous articleLocal councillor calls for mast planning to be revokedNext articleGardai in Donegal urge people not to travel unless essential News Highland Google+ Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic By News Highland – October 17, 2020
‘This is not my son’: Mother of man accused of killing Wisconsin prosecutor tells police, document says
Courtesy DeKalb County State’s Attorney’s Office(BEAVER DAMN, Wisc.) — A Wisconsin man, who allegedly shot his ex-wife multiple times just feet from their young daughter, had no history of violence, his mother told police.Ulisses W. Medina Espinosa was charged on Tuesday with one count of first-degree intentional homicide, under the elements of domestic abuse, after the murder of his ex-wife, 30-year-old Stacia Hollinshead.Hollinshead, an assistant district attorney in Dekalb County Attorney’s Office, was killed on Saturday.Espinosa, 31, is in custody and it is unclear if he has an attorney.Bob Barrington, managing attorney of the Dodge County District Attorney’s office — that’s handling the case — said that Espinosa made an initial appearance in court Tuesday and to $2 million bond was set. The criminal complaint details how police responded to a 911 call made by Espinosa’s mother, Maria Espinosa Rubio. In Spanish, Rubio told the officer that her son shot his ex-wife after he made a surprise visit to his parents house.“He killed her! He killed her! He killed her!” Rubio allegedly told the officer, according to the criminal complaint.Despite settling their divorce approximately two years ago, Hollinshead remained close with her in-laws and had arranged a visit for March 23, through text messages, “so they can see [the] female child,” according to the criminal complaint where Rubio’s statements to police were summarized.Hollinshead was granted full custody of their child by a judge, according to the officer’s statements in the probable cause portion of the criminal complaint.Rubio said during this visit to her Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, home that “suddenly Ulisses arrived at the house” shortly after Hollinshead and the child arrived around 2:15 p.m.Rubio told police that while it was a “surprises visit” it was “very normal that he arrived with gifts for” the child according to the complaint.At one point, Rubio and Hollinshead were in the kitchen and they left Espinosa with his daughter in the living room as he showed “her several toys he brought her.” Rubio said that “she suddenly heard several gunshots that came from behind her. While Rubio was unable to remember how many she heard, she just kept repeating that “she heard many, many gunshots,” according to the criminal complaint.When she turned, she saw Espinosa in the kitchen near where Hollinshead was on the ground “laying on her stomach with blood all over her back,” and she saw him toss a gun in the sink.“Maria told me that she grabbed Ulisses by the arms and screamed at him, ‘What are you doing? What are you doing?’ She said that he did not say anything, had no expression on his face and slowly walked back to female child in the living room,” according to the criminal complaint.Rubio said that her son went to the living room where the little girl was crying, and she ran upstairs to get her sleeping husband before calling 911. Another responding officer found approximately 16 spent shell casings and assessed that Hollinshead was dead at the scene, the report read.The initial responding officer detailed how Rubio told him that her son “has never been violent in his life. She said that this is completely out of his character. She kept telling me, ‘This is not my son. This is not my son.’”Rubio told the officer that the couple “never had any domestic incidents/physical fighting incidents” and that she had “no knowledge of him having any sort of guns/weapons, and has never used them in his past,” according to the criminal complaint.“She told me that he was having a very hard time with the divorce and court cases about female child,” the responding officer reported in the criminal complaint. Rubio told police that Hollinshead did have a restraining order against Espinosa “due to the divorce, but again assured me that he was not an aggressive or angry man,” the report states.Court records show that Hollinshead had a protective order filed against Espinosa in 2016 in DeKalb County, Illinois — the same county where she worked in the state’s attorney’s office at the time of her death.“Maria continued to tell me that she was completely shocked from the incident and could not believe that it was real,” the responding officer wrote in the report.Barrington said that Espinosa’s expected back in court for a preliminary examination on May 23rd. Espinosa is currently being held in Dodge County’s detention facility in Juneau, Wisconsin.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Reality check helps feed Sainsbury’s staff supplyOn 17 Sep 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Sainsbury’s supermarket is attempting to reduce turnover of new staff bygiving applicants a clearer picture of job roles. HR director at Sainbury’s, Imelda Walsh, told delegates at a conference inLondon last week that the company recognised its staff turnover was rising, andthat the problem was particularly acute among those with less than six monthsservice. “People were leaving because the jobs didn’t meet theexpectations,” she said. “We needed to overhaul recruitment.” Sainsbury’s’ application packs now tell people what it is like to work forthe company. It shows the day-to-day realities, and uses existing staff to talkabout their roles. The pack also includes a questionnaire that people can useto check if a job is right for them. “It acts as a filter, and the number of suitable applicants hasincreased,” Walsh said. She said early signs indicate the new system is working, especially atlowering the staff turnover rate. But, Walsh noted, retail has many recruitment problems to tackle, especiallyas the sector grows and requires more staff. “The resourcing challenge in retail is second to none,” she saidat the IGD Race for Talent, adding that by 2005, an estimated 5.4 millionpeople will be working in the industry. In London, one person in every 100 already works for Sainsbury’s, andemployment in the sector accounts for 17 per cent of all jobs in the UK. Sainsbury’s is also trying to lower its graduate turnover rate by introducinga fast-track programme where the top 10 per cent enter a specialised managementtraining scheme. Related posts:No related photos.
The UK’s first custom-build housing development for many years has been given planning permission and the first 51 houses are now available as buildings plots, it has been revealed.Oakley Orchards will feature six house designs for home builders to choose from although the interiors can be modified to buyers’ own specification, and plot prices vary from £50,000 to £330,000, and the plots are being sold by specialist estate agency Custom Build Homes based in Livingston near Edinburgh.Located in Great Oakley, Manningtree, Essex the eco-neighbourhood is unlike any other housing development in the UK and is an initiative between local farmer Pete Thompson and community-centred eco-developer Village Makers.Custom build plotsThe custom build plots are set in fruit orchards, with farmland and allotments nearby and a herb garden created by the organic gardening expert Jekka McVicar.“Every aspect of the design – from the open spaces, to the layout of the pathways and the location and orientation of the houses – is designed to encourage people to meet and talk to each other,” says Pete Thompson.Add the village hall, adventure playground and forest school that are being created as part of the development, you begin to see that Oakley Orchards is not just joining the community, but greatly adding to it.”Carole Salmon, founder-director of Village Makers, says: “The homes are very energy efficient, built with up-to-date methods and they follow the vernacular of traditional local architecture.”land and new homes Great Oakley Manningtree eco-homes Essex February 21, 2019The 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 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » Specialist custom-build estate agency to sell ground-breaking development previous nextLand & New HomesSpecialist custom-build estate agency to sell ground-breaking developmentScottish agency is to market an Essex development given planning permission that will be solely for custom build homes.The Negotiator21st February 201901,205 Views
Back to overview,Home naval-today ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Group Founds Subsidiary in Canada View post tag: Group ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Group Founds Subsidiary in Canada View post tag: Atlas View post tag: Founds Industry news The ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Group, a worldwide-acting company for maritime defence electronics, has founded a subsidiary in Canada. ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Canada Ltd has been set up to establish a strong and reliable partnership with the Royal Canadian Navy and Canadian authorities. As potential main contractor for the the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (NSPS), ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Canada will provide ATLAS products and solutions for current and future Canadian users.For decades now ATLAS has been offering a broad range of sonars and sensors, command and control systems for submarines and surface combatants, heavyweight torpedoes and corresponding countermeasures, mine warfare systems, unmanned underwater vehicles, as well as coastal surveillance systems. To round off its broad palette, ATLAS offers a comprehensive range of support services, both before and after delivery of the products.Dieter Rottsieper and Volker Paltzo, Managing Directors of the ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Group, stated: “We believe in a strong demand for ATLAS products and capabilities to support Royal Canadian Navy. We are happy to extend our presence in Canada and to establish a subsidiary. We look forward to creating new partnerships with Canadian authorities and companies”.Rick Gerbrecht, Head of ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Canada: “The ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Group possesses a proud heritage in serving navies with quality-assured products delivered within a firm fixed-price environment. Our product portfolio will offer the Royal Canadian Navy both ‘non-orphan’ and mature capability into either warships or crafts of opportunity. We are positioned to deliver proven and leading solutions in areas such as mine detection and disposal, sonar, command and control in support of the Royal Canadian Navy and the National Shipbuilding as well as Procurement Strategy effort.”Today, the ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Group employs more than 1900 experts worldwide at various locations and subsidiaries. ATLAS hires the best staff from the corresponding areas of specialization. Over 5,000 patents held by the ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Group bears witness to the ongoing innovative energy of its workforce. In promoting the personal development and advancement of its specialists in the field of maritime high technology, ATLAS cooperates closely with universities and research institutes.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, September 27, 2012; Image: Atlas Elektronik View post tag: Naval September 27, 2012 View post tag: Navy View post tag: Canada View post tag: Elektronik View post tag: News by topic View post tag: subsidiary Share this article
Civil vessel MANJIN CILD addressed the Ukrainian frigate Hetman Sahaidachnyi, which is rounding off its second patrol within the Ocean Shield counter-piracy operation, and informed to be followed by a small rapid vessel. The frigate crew established permanent satellite communication with the civil vessel.All the frigate groups were ready to give assistance and support to the ship but a small rapid vessel stopped following and disappeared.At that moment about 10 vessels were in the Gulf of Aden and they were informed about the situation.“It was the first real operation of our national contingent within the counter-piracy operation in the region,” stressed Capt. 2nd Rank Roman Pyatnytskyi, Commander of Hetman Sahaydachnyi.[mappress]Press Release, November 7, 2013; Image: Ukrainian Navy Ukrainian Frigate Helps Deter Piracy Threat in Gulf of Aden Share this article November 7, 2013 Back to overview,Home naval-today Ukrainian Frigate Helps Deter Piracy Threat in Gulf of Aden