February 22, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 2/22 Written by Tags: Roundup FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys Basketball3-A State Championship GameTAYLORSVILLE, Utah-Travis Thomson posted 19 points and 5 rebounds on 6-9 from the field and Grady Thompson added 18 points and 9 boards as the Manti Templars overpowered Richfield 60-54 Saturday at Salt Lake Community College, clinching the 3-A state title. Manti has now won six state titles (1966, 2003, 2008, 2015, 2018, 2020) and this is head coach Devin Shakespear’s third state title, setting a new school record. Joshua Thalman had 15 points and 5 rebounds in the loss for the Wildcats, who end the season at 19-5. Manti concludes the season at 25-1 and only lost to Class 4-A Dixie on the season.3-A Consolation Championship GameTAYLORSVILLE, Utah-Tuhker Mulford posted 12 points on 4-4 from the field and Grantsville downed South Sevier 49-36 in the 3-A consolation championship game at Salt Lake Community College Saturday. Jackson Sandberg added 10 points and 11 rebounds in the win for the Cowboys, who end the season at 15-10. Brennen Hunt had 15 points in defeat for the Rams, who end the campaign at 11-14.2-A State Championship GameRICHFIELD, Utah-Ky Brown’s 24 points led the Beaver Beavers to a 55-49 win over Enterprise in the 2-A state title game Saturday at the Sevier Valley Center. This was the Beavers’ sixth all-time state title (1983, 1993, 1995, 2002, 2018, 2020). Tyler Hiatt’s 13 points led the Wolves in the loss.2-A Consolation Championship GameRICHFIELD, Utah-Connor McKee stepped up with 14 points as the American Heritage Patriots pounded North Sevier 63-48 at the Sevier Valley Center Saturday in the 2-A consolation championship game. Burke Mickelsen’s 16 points led the Wolves in defeat.1-A State Tournament First RoundMILFORD, Utah-Zach Sherwood led the way with 24 points in victory as the No. 15 seed Milford Tigers smacked No. 18 seed Tintic 54-41 Saturday in the first round of the 1-A state tournament. Hayden Brunson had 13 points in the loss for the Miners. Milford next faces No. 2 seed Valley Wednesday at 4:00 pm at Richfield High School in the second round of the 1-A state tournament.PRICE, Utah-Tyrel Brian netted 23 points as the No. 17 Wayne Badgers smacked No. 16 seed Pinnacle 70-56 in the first round of the 1-A state tournament Saturday. Mikey Vigil had 18 points in defeat for the Panthers. Wayne next faces No. 1 seed Manila at Richfield High School Wednesday at 1:00 pm in the second round of the 1-A state tournament.Girls Basketball3-A State Championship GameTAYLORSVILLE, Utah-Cassie Johnson made the go-ahead mid-range jumper in the closing seconds and the South Sevier Rams overcame a 46-42 deficit with under a minute left to prevail 47-46 over Judge in the 3-A state championship game Saturday at Salt Lake Community College. The Rams have now won their sixth state title in girls basketball (1981, 1982, 2000, 2007, 2008), breaking a 12-year drought in the process. Presley Chappell (16 points, 14 rebounds, 8-12 shooting) was the heroine for the Rams all game long and stole a desperation inbounds pass from the Bulldogs after Johnson’s heroics to seal the game. Teya Sidberry (13 points, 13 rebounds) led Judge in the loss.3-A 3rd-4th Place GameTAYLORSVILLE, Utah-Nicole Willardson stepped up with 13 points and 6 rebounds on 4-5 from the field as Richfield bested Grantsville 48-42 Saturday to earn third place in the 3-A state tournament at Salt Lake Community College. Jarica Steck added 11 points and 7 boards for the Wildcats, who end the season at 20-6. Grantsville finished 21-5 on the season and was led by Ashlee Edwards’ 18 points and 8 rebounds.2-A Championship GameRICHFIELD, Utah-Kobree Penney posted 25 points and the Millard Eagles outlasted North Summit 77-75 Saturday in the 2-A Championship game at the Sevier Valley Center. The Eagles won their second all-time state title and second in three years. Kennady McQueen netted 20 points in the loss for the Braves.2-A 3rd-4th GameRICHFIELD, Utah-Brinley Cornell led the way with 17 points as Kanab earned third place in the 2-A state tournament by downing Wasatch Academy 45-40 Saturday at the Sevier Valley Center. Nataly Dunka had 16 points in the loss for the Tigers.1-A Tournament First RoundEUREKA, Utah-Kenzie Lyman posted 14 points as the No. 17 seed Escalante Moquis got past the No. 16 seed Tintic 37-33 in the first round of the 1-A state tournament. Kalynn Livingston had 10 points in the loss for the Miners. Escalante next draws No. 1 seed Rich Wednesday at the Sevier Valley Center. Brad James
BREAKING NEWS: Vanderburgh County Roads Closings Due To High WaterThe following Vanderburgh County roads are closed due to high water:Seminary from Bayou Creek to Old Henderson Rd.Happe Rd from Duesner Rd to Old Henderson Rd.King Rd from Old Henderson Rd to Happe Rd.Hickory Ridge Rd from Old Henderson Rd to Happe Rd.Golden Rule Rd from Old Henderson Rd to Seminary Rd.Waterworks Rd from Veteran’s Memorial Parkway to US 41.W. Franklin Rd from Smith Diamond to Seminary Rd.Roth Rd from Seminary Rd to Cypress Dale Rd.Shore Rd from Roth to Dead End.Cypress Dale Rd from Seminary Rd to West Franklin Rd.S. Weinbach Ave from Levee to River Rd.Newman Rd from Hickory Ridge Rd to Old Henderson Rd.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Court Orders Portion Of Roof Removed Due To Trespass by Jennifer Nelson of Indiana LawyerThe Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed a jury verdict in a trespass and negligence lawsuit brought in a dispute over water draining from a housing development into neighboring property. In doing so, the judges ordered part of a roof to come down due to trespass.Liter’s of Indiana purchased property next to that owned by Earl Bennett and his half-brother Daniel Bodine, where Bennett lived with his wife. The roof of Bennett’s home extended over his property line by two feet into the property owned by Liter’s, which it was developing in a residential neighborhood. Liter’s erected a “spite fence” made of chain link to mark its property and also constructed a basin on its property to collect water for drainage.Liter’s sued Bennett and Bodine seeking to enjoin and recover damages for continuing trespass on its property; the defendants counterclaimed, alleging nuisance since Liter’s had erected the spite fence. They also alleged that the company had negligently designed its subdivision and that the post-development surface water runoff from the property would flood the defendants’ property.A jury ruled in favor of Liter’s on its trespass claim, but awarded no damages. It found for the brothers on their nuisance claim, but also awarded no damages. The jury ruled in favor of the brothers on their negligence claim, awarded more than $51,000 to each brother.“[U]nder the common enemy doctrine, it is not unlawful for a landowner to accelerate or increase the flow of surface water by limiting or eliminating ground absorption or changing the grade of the land, even if it causes water to stand in unusual quantities on the adjacent land or to pass into or over the adjacent land in greater quantities or in other directions than the water did before. In order to impose liability for surface water discharge, it must be collected on the Liter’s Property and cast off in concentrated volumes onto the Appellees’ Property. More importantly, the distinction lies in the character of the flow as it enters the adjoining property,” Judge Patricia Riley wrote in Liter’s of Indiana, Inc. v. Earl E. Bennett and Daniel L. Bodine, 39A05-1408-PL-401.“Admittedly, there was a lot of conflicting evidence offered by both parties. Some witnesses testified in a manner favorable to Liter’s and others favorable to the Appellees. However, as the reviewing court, we respect the jury’s exclusive province to weigh conflicting evidence.From the evidence of the case — though not free from conflict — the jury reasonably determined that the construction of Liter’s undersized basin led to the casting off of surface water in concentrated volumes onto the Appellees’ Property. In this regard, we find that the common enemy doctrine does not preclude the Appellees’ claim of negligence against Liter’s, and we affirm the trial court.”The judges remanded to the trial court with instructions for the issuance of a permanent injunction requiring the brothers to remove the unpermitted portion of Bennett’s roof that extends over Liter’s property. The continued existence of the roof extending to the neighboring property is a continuing trespass, the court held.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Richard and Rebecca Stanislaw will present the last of the summer lecture series 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3, in the Maloney Lecture Hall of the Ocean City Free Public Library.Expect singalongs, recordings, and history to highlight sea chanteys, children’s water songs, popular tunes, and official songs of the Coast Guard and Navy.The presentation is free and no reservations are necessary. The Museum is open late on Thursday evenings, so the public can visit displays prior to event.The following Thursday, Sept. 10, at 6 p.m., the museum invites children and parents to an evening of games from the early 1900s presented by Babs Stefano. Ron Bauer of TJ’s opens the event with a demonstration of ice cream making (and the opportunity to purchase some homemade flavors). Reservations are recommended: (609) 399-1801.— News release from the Ocean City Historical Museum
(Enfield, Middx), in partnership with Anchor Packaging (USA), has launched the “Incredi-Bowl” range of robust, heat-resistant polypropylene containers.Kevin Curran, managing director of Tri-Star Packaging, says it is a high performance disposable container that can withstand heat lamps, warming units and microwaves. It has a heat tolerance of up to 230?F and the added benefit of allowing consumers to eat out of the secure snap-closure bowls.Available nationally in 12oz to 20oz sizes, the range comprises a strong black base and a clear, leak-resistant lid, designed to eliminate odours or off-flavours. The internal anti-fog and ice-pick vent provide visibility when displaying the cooked food to the end user.
Latte is the new lager, according to new research commissioned by Costa Coffee. The survey conducted by market research agency, Opinion Matters, revealed that coffee shops have overtaken pubs as the UK’s favourite social hang-out. Of the people surveyed, 72% were said to prefer coffee shops to pubs for catching-up with friends and 85% chose coffee shops as their top spot to meet with friends for a chat. The survey also revealed that 47% believed coffee shops were the perfect place for a first date.“It is quite clear that UK coffee shops have become an integral part of everyday life,” commented John Derkach, managing director of Costa Coffee.Jeffrey Young, MD of strategy consultancy firm, Allegra said: “With more than 50% of the UK adult population using coffee shops at least once per month, and more than a quarter of consumers visiting at least once per week, coffee shops are now more mainstream than pubs.“These outlets are now present throughout most areas of the country and deliver comfortable ‘third space’ environments where consumers feel free to relax, socialise, eat, drink or just take some ‘me time’,” he added.
Hovis Best of Both is beefing up its nutritional claims by telling shoppers that two slices contain as much calcium as a glass of milk.On-pack flashes alert consumers to the newly substantiated claim, which will be supported by radio and print advertising. Hovis hopes that parents will be encouraged to buy the product as a way of ensuring children get their recommended daily amount of calcium.Hovis marketing director Jon Goldstone said: “We’re really pleased to announce our new calcium claim and communicate this on-pack. We know that Best of Both is already the parent’s secret weapon to smuggle goodness into kids, and now the calcium adds to the goodness they are getting.”Best of Both is the leading half-and-half bread brand with a 64% market share (IRI grocery outlets YTD data to 24 January 2009), and Hovis hopes the latest claim will drive further market growth and incremental sales. No other Hovis products make this new claim.
CoronavirusIndianaLocalMichiganNews Google+ Google+ Pinterest By Brooklyne Beatty – April 3, 2020 0 334 (“Unemployment Office” by Bytemarks, CC BY 2.0) Unfortunately, unemployment is a major issue throughout the nation as coronavirus numbers continue to climb.The Associated Press reported Thursday that more than 6.6-million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, which exceeded a record high set the week prior.The news gets worse when it’s broken down by state, as Indiana ranks third in the nation in a recent Increase in Unemployment Claims study released by WalletHub.The study breaks down findings into two categories: Increase in Unemployment Claims in 2020 vs. 2019 and Increase in Unemployment Claims in March 2020 vs. January 2020.For 2020 vs. 2019, Indiana’s total increase comes in at 7093.46%. For March vs. January, the number is 3198.22%.The top five states with the highest increase in unemployment are Louisiana, North Carolina, Indiana, New Hampshire and Florida.Michigan ranked seventh overall, with a 6467.15% yearly increase, and an increase of 2255.46% in March vs. January.If you are looking for work, there are some companies looking to hire. You can find that information in the links below:Michigan: Workers needed for critical jobs during pandemicHere are the companies mass hiring during the coronavirus pandemicYou can read the full WalletHub study by clicking here. Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Previous articleRecord 311,000 file initial unemployment claims in MichiganNext articleIndiana families to receive maximum SNAP benefits during pandemic Brooklyne Beatty Twitter Facebook TAGSclaimscoronavirusCOVID-19IndianaMichiganrankingsunemploymentWallethub Twitter Indiana ranks third in the nation for increasing unemployment claims WhatsApp
From today, a Costa link-up with London salad chain Chop’d will launch across six sites in the capital. The partnership marks the first time the coffee giant has worked with another food or drink brand and will now offer fresh, healthy food to provide more choice for customers.The trial will last until 30 September and items on offer start from £4.50. They include the Chop’d Jerk Chicken, Tuna Niçoise, Feta & Lentil, Parma Ham & Mozzarella, and Falafel & Houmous salads. The first six stores to sell Chop’d goods are Cabot Place; Holborn; Moorgate; St James; Eldon St; and Great Marlborough Street.Carol Welch, group brand and innovation director at Costa, said: “At Costa, our customers define the focus of our innovation and, having listened to their feedback, I’m delighted to partner with Chop’d in this trial. As a handcrafted fresh food company Chop’d is a great fit with our handcrafted coffee.“As brands, we both originate from London, which means we share a passion and expertise for offering irresistible coffee alongside freshly prepared, delicious food, aiming to delight our customers day-in, day-out.”Eddie Holmes, managing director of Chop’d, said: “We are delighted to have been handpicked by Costa to be their salad partner. It really is a great fit due to our joint passion for using the best ingredients, delighting our customers and, of course, both being born and bred in London.“To think that our food will be tasted by a far wider audience really excites us and helps us on our mission to offer the best salads, soups and stews the UK has ever tasted.”
Read Full Story Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) is launching a master of engineering program in computational science and engineering (CSE) and is now accepting applications for fall 2014 admission.The master of engineering (M.E.) in CSE provides rigorous training in applied mathematics and computing skills. Students will develop and execute a computational approach to a large-scale scientific challenge as part of a second-year thesis project.Like graduates of Harvard’s one-year master of science (S.M.) program in CSE, launched last year, students who complete the M.E. program will be able to model complex systems; evaluate and implement efficient computational solutions; collaborate to design robust software; and analyze complex data sets, among other objectives defined by an advisory board comprising industry experts, national lab leaders, and Harvard faculty.The additional year of research experience gained in the two-year M.E. degree allows students to build greater research and technical skills, apply computation to a domain of interest, and complete a substantial project with a research mentor. All of these skills are in high demand in industry.The coursework and research are complemented by activities sponsored by SEAS’ Institute for Applied Computational Science (IACS), including a biweekly seminar series featuring speakers from academia and industry.