Homepage BannerNews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – February 4, 2021 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA DL Debate – 24/05/21 Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Facebook Facebook Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Previous articleDangerous state of footpaths in Glenties raised in DáilNext articleNorth records 10 additional Covid related deaths and 412 new cases News Highland Older man assaulted in his home in Newtownstewart Harps come back to win in Waterford WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest Google+ A man has been assaulted after two men broke into his home in Newtownstewart.At around 7pm on Tuesday evening the two men entered the property at Millbrook Lane and assaulted the older man leaving him with sustained significant facial injuries and a suspected broken jaw.Anyone who was in the area and saw anything suspicious is asked to contact police.
Police say they have not determined what caused a Republic Services garbage truck to lose control before it smashed into a Prairie Village home Wednesday morning, seriously injuring the driver.Two residents were at the house when the accident occurred around 11:15 a.m., with a homeowner and a contractor working in the neighborhood coming quickly to the drivers’ aid until emergency responders arrived.The truck drove through the yard of the home at 83rd Terrace and Cedar, slamming into its southwest corner and seriously damaging two bedrooms. The crash also led to a severed gas pipe, which caused explosion concerns and brought firefighters and utility crews to the scene.Once the gas leak had been mitigated, crews began working to remove the truck from the home. A tow truck’s winch hooked to the back of the Republic vehicle and slowly pulled it back from the home. As it began to move, a thick wooden beam that had smashed through the windshield garbage truck gradually emerged from the truck’s cab: Tow truck pulling garbage hauler off PV housePosted by Shawnee Mission Post on Wednesday, February 28, 2018Prairie Village police say they are still investigating the incident.“We are unable to ascertain any information from the driver as he is still unconscious,” said Capt. Byron Roberson Wednesday evening. “We do not have a prognosis on his condition but is reported as serious.”The driver was the only person injured in the accident.
Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Officials of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Wildlife & Parks Division, famers and other stakeholders in the agriculture sector gathered at the La Flamboyant Hotel in Roseau on Tuesday, January 22, 2014 for the second in a series of consultationsDominica’s goal to complete an agriculture policy that will set out the strategic objectives of the sector for the period 2014 – 2018 by April 2014 is progressing.Officials from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Wildlife & Parks Division, farmers and other stakeholders in the agriculture sector gathered at the La Flamboyant Hotel in Roseau on Tuesday, January 22, 2014 for the second in a series of consultations. This consultation follows the first which was held on January 14, 2014 at the Fort Young Hotel in Roseau. The purpose of this second consultation, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry, Eisenhower Douglas said is to build on the foundation laid down on January 14.Douglas noted that the Ministry relies on the feedback of the participants some of whom are directly involved in the agriculture sector on a daily basis.“Our role is to ensure that the enabling environment for the agricultural development and so on, is in keeping with what is required for the unique circumstances of Dominica being a small island developing state”.He stated that when embarking on a program like this, it is critical to first identify and be clear as to what the problem is with respect to production, income, employment, earnings and risks.“You must be able to identify what the problem is… you need to be clear on the problem because essentially the policy must respond to the problem,” Douglas said. When this has been identified, a diagnosis to the problem and prescription to manage the problem must also be found.“We’re allowing that sort of dialogue with you so that you can give us feedback as to whether our analysis, our assessment is in keeping with your understanding of the problem,” Douglas explained.He added that after the policy has been formulated, it must be implemented and monitored.“Monitoring and evaluation is critical to know if what you formulated is in fact consistent with what is being implemented”.This is necessary to determine “where you may be going off track or where you may need some tweaking and in fact new situations may emerge when you are implementing that may require from time to time that you to re-look at the policy to ensure it is relevant, it is consistent”.Douglas recommended that when the annual budget is being compiled that the agriculture policy is reviewed “to see if it is in keeping with our original assumptions, our original assessments of the situation”.“We’re relying on you to help us in that initiative, at the end of the day it’s a policy for Dominica and all of us patriot citizens this is our home so what we do will affect all of us ultimately”.The goal is that at the end of the series of consultations, the stakeholders would have assisted the Ministry of Agriculture in compiling a draft policy which will be finalized for Cabinet’s approval.The Ministry is hoping to complete this process before Easter so that the new policy can take effect in the new fiscal year which commences on July 1, 2014.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Formulation of agriculture policy for Dominica progresses by: – January 22, 2014 38 Views no discussions
KPBSD staff will return to work on March 16 or 17 depending on job type. Details & instructions were emailed to all staff on Friday, March 13, The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District will continue to feed our students during the extended spring break. With schools closed to students, KPBSD will provide free “Get It & Go” breakfast and lunch meals for KPBSD students at food distribution buses for youth age 18 and younger. If a student attends any of these KPBSD schools, all household children 18 and younger are eligible for daily free meal service: Kalideoscope School of Arts and Science, Kenai Alternative, Kenai Central High School, Kenai Middle School, Mountain View Elementary, Nanwalek School, Nikolaevsk School, Ninilchik School, Port Graham School, River City Academy, Skyview Middle School, Sterling Elementary, Tebughna School, and Tustumena Elementary. If your child or children do not attend these KPBSD schools (including Connections Homeschool), only the children currently enrolled in KPBSD are eligible for free breakfast and lunch. When you pick up your meals, protect your personal health and the people near you by practicing social distancing. These practices include frequent hand-washing, covering coughs and sneezes, and keeping a distance of 6 feet or more between yourself and others. A lunch and breakfast meal will be delivered each day. Twenty-five pickup locations throughout the Kenai Peninsula will be open daily from 12:00-1:00 PM beginning Tuesday, March 17 through Friday, March 20, and extending throughout the school closures. You will choose your location when you sign-up. A KPBSD student must be present with you at the pickup location. We apologize that no special dietary substitutions will be accommodated. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The State of Alaska extended spring break for students during a press release on Friday. K-12 students in Alaska will not attend school March 16 through March 27. All after school activities are cancelled. A student nutrition services meal delivery plan is in the works to begin Tuesday, March 17. Sign-up online (preferred!) and choose your pick-up location. Action Needed: By 10:00 AM on Monday, March 16, 2020: complete the simple online sign-up for free daily lunch and breakfast meal service delivery. If you do not have access to the internet, call KPBSD Student Nutrition Services at 907-714-8890. If you have questions, or do not have internet access to complete the online signup, call KPBSD Student Nutrition Services, 907-714-8890, or email [email protected] Across the Water: Nanwalek School, Port Graham School Tebughna SchoolEastern Peninsula: Moose Pass School, Seward High SchoolKenai Area: K-Beach Fire Station, Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Science, Kenai Central High School, Mountain View ElementaryNikiski Area: Nikiski Middle-High School, Nikiski North Star Elementary, North Peninsula Rec (formerly Nikiski Elementary)Soldotna Area: K-Beach Elementary, Soldotna High School, Skyview Middle School, Soldotna Elementary, Tustumena ElementarySterling Area: Sterling Elementary, Sterling Highway Pullout (MP 80.5)Southern Peninsula: Chapman School, East End Road at Basargin Road (MP 18.8) Turnout, Homer High School, McNeil Canyon School, Nikolaevsk School, Ninilchik SchoolOther* Twenty-Five Pickup Locations: Pickup locations will be open from 12:00-1:00 PM beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020, At your spot, you will meet a school bus, where students will recognize familiar faces—support staff, including student nutrition employees, and bus drivers—will assist with the delivery of meals! A KPBSD student must be present with you at the pickup location.
In a preview special of this weekend’s Galway International Rally, Brian McDaid takes a look through an all-star cast of Donegal competitors lead by Declan and Brian Boyle as they prepare to compete on what’s looking like the best Galway Rally in YearsWhen you live and travel along the western coast of Ireland you soon get to know the way trends work with towns and villages closing down. The names left still above shop doors that have long been vacated. Advertisement That’s the way it looked two years ago when we watched the 2017 Galway Rally that just got running and no more that year. It felt the writing was on them famous Galway’s stone walls and the Galway International Rally was going to be only a memory.That winning feeling… Declan and Brian Boyle celebrate on the finishing ramp at the Mt Errigal Hotel as they win the Donegal International a few years back. They will lead the Donegal Crews out on Sunday Morning for Galway International in their Ford Fiesta R5. Photo Brian McDaidThe then Galway Motor Club went back to the drawing board and cut their cloth to suit the needs of the present day competitor and have returned with what looks like a winning package.In a class of his ownThere was only one R class of note running around the West of Ireland last year with the Galway Rally off the road, that was Pope Frances in his Skoda Rapid, as he flew into Knock International Airport and travelled in style for 20km up the road in the modern Skoda on his visit to Knock Shrine. Advertisement One year on and there is an abundance of R5 class Rally cars in the West with the Galway International returning in style. Twenty-five and counting R5’s in top 30 lining up for the 2019 rally start this weekend.CurleyCurley messaged me this week: “Hi Brian, are you for the Galway Rally on Sunday? “I will be, hopefully, sir.,” I replied.“Good On U, I might see you down there over the weekend,” Curley said.Our Curley, not to be mistaking for Curley as in Cathal CB Curley, who also has a Galway connection as he was the first winner of the Galway International Rally in 1971 in a twin cam Escort Mk1 with Austin Frazer co-driving.Our “Curley” is also locally known as Curley Kelly, (Martin) a big rally man with his brother Anthony. Both of them were in my class in the boys school in the early 70s when the other Curley was making himself a household name in rallying circles, and come the weekend we will all be in Galway for the rally.Back to schoolThe 2019 Galway International Rally will have a bit of a back to school ring to it this weekend.All the old familiar names like Kelly and Boyle and even Breen will be in the new R5 class. Declan Boyle’s Fiesta R5 ready for Galway this weekend with Brian Boyle back on the notes.The teacher even moved Manus Kelly over to the passengers’ side of his desk and gave him a steering wheel on the left with Barrett calling the notes from the driver’s side of their Hyundai.Sunday SchoolThe learning curve will be tight on Sunday morning as event organisers have concentrated the event into a single day.Those like the two Moffetts from Monaghan Josh and Sam have their homework done over the last few seasons in class R5, so expect them to be very quick out of the box on Sunday morning.Their biggest challenge will be from the top of the class when world rally material of Craig Breen and Paul Nagle are seeded at Number One.Former works Citroen driver and also a winner of the Circuit of Ireland in 2015 Breen will be the man to watch on the Irish championship opener of the Galway a winter equivalent of the Monte Carlo Rally.Galway is a winter rally and anything can happen when the weather or road conditions change so quickly.The top crews to factor this into their preparation to do well this weekend. Breen is in one of the twenty-some R5s that will take part in the rally with is based a the Clayton Hotel on the outskirts of Galway.Old song new tuneOn Sunday morning, it will not only be the Fields of Athenry that are be lying low, crews will strap themselves in to their new machines and, instead of watching small free birds fly, we’ll enjoy the sweet note of highly tuned Fiestas, Skoda’s, and Hyundai’s as the new breed of rally cars migrate west to compete in the stage around the roads that sit along the Fields of Athenry which is where the rally is based on Sunday.TourishOn the last Galway rally, two years ago Donegal’s Damien Tourish nearly won the national title in a lower powered version of his present Escort. Watching the resurgence of this talented driver over the last few years he will be a man to watch on Sunday morning.Damian Tourish on the Galway International Rally in his Escort leading the modified section in 2017 Photo Brian McDaid.Damien and his navigator Domhaill will have every inch of tar and then some on Sunday, which could serve very well on Galway on Sunday in the modified section.The Jennings FactorSeeded at number two, back to back winners of the last two events Fermanagh Flyer, Gary Jennings has only the one plan this weekend and that’s to go for a win.Chatting with his navigator Rory Kennedy earlier this week, with more wins than any other competing on the Galway as co-driver, the five times winner believes his teammate Jennings has few options with their Subaru – with it being not eligible to score points in the championship. other than to go for an outright win.But Rory is more than aware of how much of an uphill battle this will be.Gary Jennings and Rory Kennedy on their way to winning the Galway International Rally in 2017. Photo Brian McDaid.Manus Kelly has three Donegal wins under his belt, he will be fast, as will Donagh Kelly, and Declan Boyle with Brian Boyle back on the notes.All these boys have their homework done for Galway but, there so many more drivers that will be out for a win.Josh and Sam Moffett have both held the tarmac championship title over the last few years.And Breen is world class material so Craig and Paul Nagle have to be favourites for an outright win.The rallying pilgrimage to Galway from Donegal will start as it always does on Friday evening.Instead of Casio Square in Monto Carlo, we will be happy to hit Eyre Square in Galway where on Friday night we sort maps, get coffee, and eat grub to go and then try to figure out where we are going to enjoy the rally on Sunday.DD Motoring: All eyes turn to the Galway International Rally was last modified: February 6th, 2019 by Brian McDaidShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Brian BoyleBrian McDaidDeclan BoyleGalwayGalway Rallyrally
Application of this advanced technology to healthcare has profound implications for society, promising to transform the practice of medicine from observation driven to understanding driven. However, lack of definitive models, processes and standards has limited its application, and development has remained fragmented in research organizations around the world.Heart simulation invaluableIn January of 2014, Dassault Systèmes took the first step to change this and launched the “Living Heart Project” as a translational initiative to partner with cardiologists, researchers, and device manufacturers to develop a definitive realistic simulation of the human heart. Through this accelerated approach, the first commercial model-centric, application-agnostic, multi-physical whole heart simulation has been produced.Since cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of morbidity and mortality across the globe, Dassault Systèmes saw the Living Heart Project as the best way to address the problem. Although there is a plethora of medical devices, drugs, and interventions, physicians face the problem of determining which device, drug, or intervention to use on which patient. Often times to truly understand what is going on inside a patient invasive procedures are needed.CAE and the Living Heart Project will enable cardiologists to take an image (MRI, CT, etc) of a patient’s heart and reconstruct it on a 3D model thereby creating a much more personalized form of healthcare. The doctor can see exactly what is happening in the patient’s heart and definitively make a more informed decision of how to treat that patient most effectively.What questions do you have about computer aided engineering?Karl D’Souza is a senior user experience specialist at Dassault Systèmes Simulia Corp. Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) has become pervasive in the design and manufacture of everything from jumbo jets to razor blades, transforming the product development process to produce more efficient, cost effective, safe and easy to use products. A central component of CAE is the ability to realistically simulate the physical behavior of a product in real world scenarios, which greatly facilitates understanding and innovation.
Similarly, Rural Development and Drinking Water andSimilarly, Rural Development and Drinking Water and Sanitation Ministries have been tasked to ensure that the over-1,600 villages along the river become open defecation-free, he said.”The Ministry will be involved in developing villages along the river. Tourism Ministry has been roped in for works related to tourist spots along the river. Ayush Ministry will be engaged in activities such as planting medicinal plants in river areas,” Shekhar said.He said the Sports Ministry will engage youth attached to its Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) in activities of Ganga cleaning and spreading awareness among public.The Water Resources Ministry had signed an MoU in this regard on June 8 last year.Apart from these, the Shipping Ministry has been entrusted with the responsibility of developing river transport infrastructure, he said.National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) is the implementation wing of National Ganga River Basin Authority (NGRBA) and is implementing various pollution abatement, aquatic resource conservation and institutional development projects under NGRBA in the five basin states on the main stem of the Ganga adopting basin-based holistic approach. PTI ENM PRM SK PRM PRM
Bayern Munich keen to replace Robben with Chelsea winger Hudson-Odoiby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBayern Munich want to replace Arjen Robben with Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi.The Sun says the Chelsea youngster is the German giants’ top transfer target in a £30million deal this month.And he will get the No10 next season when Robben leaves the club, showing the teenager how highly they rate him.Robben is a club legend with seven Bundesliga titles and a Champions League triumph during his time at Allianz Arena.As a Chelsea player Robben won two Premier League titles with Chelsea as well as an FA Cup before he was sold to Real Madrid in 2007.Hudson-Odoi is seen as the face of a bright future for the club and has refused to sign a new deal at Stamford Bridge, with the prospect of following Jadon Sancho to Germany appealing after finding chances limited.Chelsea have twice rejected bids from Bayern, with the Blues reportedly demanding a package of £36m for the winger. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say