FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFRESNO, Calif. (AP)-Utah State (13-5, 10-2) vs. Fresno State (7-6, 5-6)Save Mart Center, Fresno, California; Thursday, 7 p.m. MSTBOTTOM LINE: Utah State looks for its third straight win over Fresno State at Save Mart Center. Fresno State’s last win at home against the Aggies came on Feb. 20, 2016.BIG MEN ON CAMPUS: Fresno State’s Orlando Robinson has averaged 15.5 points and 9.9 rebounds while Deon Stroud has put up 13.2 points. For the Aggies, Neemias Queta has averaged 12.4 points, 9.3 rebounds and 2.9 blocks while Justin Bean has put up 10.5 points and 7.4 rebounds.RAMPING IT UP A NOTCH: The Aggies have scored 77.1 points per game and allowed 57.6 points per game across 12 conference games. Those are both noticeable improvements over the 67.4 points scored and 71.2 points allowed per game to non-conference opponents.FIELD GOALS FOR NEEMIAS: Across 18 appearances this season, Utah State’s Queta has shot 57.2 percent.SLIPPING AT 73: Fresno State is 0-6 this year when it allows 73 points or more and 7-0 when holding opponents to fewer than 73.PERFECT WHEN: Fresno State is a perfect 7-0 when it holds an opponent to 65 points or fewer. The Bulldogs are 0-6 when opponents score more than 65 points.DID YOU KNOW: The Utah State defense has allowed only 61.7 points per game to opponents, which is the 16th-best mark in the country. The Fresno State offense has put up just 68.7 points through 13 games (ranked 219th among Division I teams). Written by February 3, 2021 /Sports News – Local Utah State looks for road win vs Fresno State Associated Press
The former Brampton Infant and Junior Schools in Cumbria went under the virtual hammer with a terraced property in Greater Manchester and a range of lots across the UK.A former school in Cumbria was also knocked down at the eighth online auction for Landwood Property Auctions.The former Infant and Junior school buildings in Brampton were offered by the company on behalf of Cumbria County Council after standing empty for almost a decade.Several bidders fought for the 0.6-acre site, which served the community from the 1800s until 2009, closing at £85,000.The online auction sold properties from County Durham right down through Greater Manchester, into the Midlands and South Wales.One highlight was the result on a terraced property in Heywood, Greater Manchester, which went for almost £30,000 over the guide price and attracted 34 bids.James Ashworth, Director of Landwood Property Auctions, said, “It’s clear after hosting eight online auctions that this method of sale is becoming more popular, bringing a wealth of benefits to both sellers and bidders. Our PropTech is backed by an experienced team that understands how best to use the platform.”online property auction Landwood Property Auctions auctioned school Brampton School Cumbria November 14, 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 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 » Auctions news » Virtual hammer falls at eighth online property auction previous nextAuctions newsVirtual hammer falls at eighth online property auctionThe Negotiator14th November 20180491 Views
November 10, 2014 View post tag: Undergoes View post tag: News by topic Carrier Strike Group 12’s commander visited Arleigh Burke-class Aegis destroyer USS Forrest Sherman (DDG 98) during an underwater hub change out at Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC), Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia, Nov. 5.Rear Adm. Andrew L. Lewis observed divers who were using a new cofferdam to perform the change out.MARMC Dive Teams Delta and Bravo began working around the clock mid-October to replace Forrest Sherman’s existing propeller blades and hub, in order to keep Forrest Sherman mission ready for 2015.Lewis said:Having this ship fixed without any hindrance or restrictions, as soon as possible, within the repair plan and having the ship underway, being able to fight is what it’s all about.MARMC Diving Officer Chief Warrant Officer 3 Tim Andros said:Normally, this job would be done in dry-dock, but with the invention of this new type of cofferdam, it allows us to do this job underwater.The cofferdam provides a dry environment in which divers can work, and protects all equipment so there is no water intrusion when divers remove the hub of the ship.Andros added:This is only the second time this job has been done underwater in the Navy, and is the first time this job has been done underwater on an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer.MARMC divers completed the first underwater hub replacement to Oliver Hazard Perry-class guided-missile frigate USS Taylor (FFG 50) in Souda Bay, Greece, earlier this year, giving them experience for this job on Forrest Sherman. Although the two jobs are similar, the configuration on the bottom of each ship is slightly different; a frigate has one screw where a destroyer has two, affecting how the cofferdam fits underneath the ships.The hub replacement is expected to be complete later this month.[mappress mapid=”14371″]Press release, Image: US Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: americas View post tag: Change Out View post tag: hub Share this article View post tag: Underwater View post tag: Defence View post tag: Navy Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Forrest Sherman Undergoes Underwater Hub Change Out USS Forrest Sherman Undergoes Underwater Hub Change Out View post tag: USS Forrest Sherman
Staff from Roberts Bakery have raised £15,000 for a breast cancer charity by completing a two-day cycling challenge.Employees from the Cheshire bakery firm cycled from the company’s headquarters in Northwich to Snowdon, followed by a steep climb to the top of Mount Snowdon, to help raise funds for Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention. The money the company has raised for the charity, which currently totals £38,000, will contribute to the groundbreaking PROCAS study, which aims to predict which women are most susceptible to breast cancer.Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention, based in Wythenshawe Hospital, has supported Roberts’ family member Lindsay Occleston Roberts, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009.She said: “This is a truly pioneering study. I sincerely hope it will reveal why some women get breast cancer and that it will ultimately help us to prevent this awful disease in the future.”
The Saint Mary’s Belles Against Violence Office (BAVO) will sponsor several events and activities to commemorate National Dating Violence Awareness Month and continue the conversation about dating violence issues beyond February. “A primary purpose for these events is to encourage continued discussion to raise awareness and ultimately reduce the incidence and impact of violence,” BAVO director Connie Adams said. To kick off the office’s sponsored events, Adams said students, faculty and staff can watch and discuss a recorded lecture by Anne Munch, a consultant for the United States military. The lecture focuses on the intricacies of some sexual assault cases in America on Feb. 11. Since sexual assault and dating violence are related issues, Adams said Munch’s lecture is especially pertinent. “According to national studies, the majority of sexual assaults … occur within known relationships,” Adams said. “The topic of sexual assault is relevant when discussing dating violence.” During the week prior to Valentine’s Day, Adams said BAVO will host a Valentines Against Violence fundraiser by selling cards to support the Family Justice Center’s SOS, a local nonprofit service helping survivors of sexual assault and relationship violence. Such fundraising events can make a real difference with widespread participation, Adams said. “Each person can participate and support [BAVO’s] mission,” she said. “Whether that means starting to follow BAVO SMC on Twitter or buying a Valentine or attending one program, each action is important. Our individual actions matter and, when viewed collectively, promote change.” In an event co-sponsored by Women’s Health and the Student Nurse Association, Saint Mary’s will welcome Francine Henley, coordinator of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, to campus to discuss “myths and facts associated with forensic and medical exams following physical and sexual assaults,” Adams said. Throughout the month of February, Adams said BAVO SMC Facebook and Twitter accounts will share facts and statistics about dating violence and healthy relationships. Other events planned include a Green Dot video contest, which calls for student teams to create and submit a video promoting the Green Dot Campaign, a program focused on bystander intervention and violence prevention. Adams said submissions are due by 5 p.m. Feb. 22. Contest prizes include an AeroPress coffee maker for the best individual entry, and desserts and conversation with Saint Mary’s president Carol Ann Mooney for the winning video. For more information about the Green Dot Campaign, visit www.livethegreendot.com. Contact Tabitha Ricketts at [email protected]
As most of you know, the Credit Union Development Education (DE) Program takes place four times a year and aims to invigorate and educate credit union professionals on credit union history, principles and philosophy. What you might not know is that during each DE Training, the participants are asked to complete a specific project, one that involves planning, fundraising, hands-on work and improves people’s lives in some way. These projects show Credit Union Development Educators (CUDEs) that they can make a difference, and they are tasked with completing their own DE project when they return home to their credit unions.For the first two trainings in 2017, participants were asked to raise funds to support the Helping Hands Project, an organization that provides prosthetic hands to children across the world who have suffered a loss. As you can imagine, many families in rural countries do not have the financial means or the access to services for children with limb loss. These prosthesis are life changing for them.Each class is given a fundraising goal to reach, and they work in small groups to raise the funds and actually assemble one of the prosthetic hands. These hands were then placed in personalized and decorated bags to be given to a child in need. continue reading » 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Dutch data specialist Sustainalytics has acquired Swedish share ownership services group GES International.As a consequence, Sustainalytics now employs more than 500 staff operating from 17 offices worldwide.Stockholm-based GES International specialises in engagement and voting for institutional investors, while Sustainalytics gathers and analyses data on environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) criteria and publishes ESG ratings.Sustainalytics said the activities of both companies were complementary to each other, with Sustainalytics providing information for investment choices and GES delivering services required by investors after buying assets. GES International has been campaigning for fairer practices in the cocoa sectorIn recent years the Swedish firm has been pressuring chocolate producers to take action against child labour on cocoa plantations in Ivory Coast and Ghana, and to ensure that plantations pay their staff decent wages.GES also publishes an annual list of cocoa processing companies and their relevant policies. Last year, it showed that Mondelez – owner of the Milka, Cadbury, Côte d’Or and Toblerone brands – and US manufacturer Hershey were the best and worst performers, respectively.Michael Jantzi, founder and director of Sustainalytics, said he expected that the merger would widen the company’s services for its 550 pension fund and asset manager clients.Sustainalytics said that almost all current 65 GES staff would continue working for the new combination.“As investors place an increasingly high value on constructive engagement with portfolio companies, we are delighted to join a firm as highly respected and like-minded as Sustainalytics,” said Hanna Roberts, GES’ chief executive.“Capitalising on Sustainalytics’ rich product portfolio and extensive global footprint, we will be able to offer our clients higher-quality products and deeper international resources.”Last year, Sustainalytics acquired Solaron Sustainability Services, a firm focusing on gathering information about controversial issues at companies in emerging markets. It also struck a partnership with FTSE Russell to allow the index provider to construct benchmarks based on Sustainalytics’ ratings. PGGM, the €215bn asset manager for the large Dutch healthcare scheme PFZW, has outsourced part of its engagement activities to GES.
Yesterday morning, Business Permitsand Licensing Office (BPLO) head Norman Tabud said some 9,000 businesses outthe target 16,391 were issued permits. According to Tabud, by noon about11,000 businesses managed to pay while the computation for 14,000 others werealready complete for the next step with was the payment. “Angmga wala maka-renew pasaraduhan ta until makakuhapermit with penalty na,” said MayorJerry Treñas. PHOTO BY GLENDA TAYONA/PN ILOILO City – The period for therenewal of business permits ended last night. Today, the city government willstart inspecting business establishments. He added: “Ang ginalagas man lang is the payment — dapat maka-pay sila. Angprinting sang permit and businesslicense plate to follow na lang afterJan. 20.” He was referring to the MalabananSiphoning Services which littered the city with stickers advertising itsservices yet the BPLO had no idea it did not have a permit. The most prevalent type of businesses in the city were inwholesale trade and merchandising, followed by the food and beverage andhospitality sectors, with real estate and leasing coming in fourth. “Nag-create na ko gani task force para mabuligan sya,” stressed the mayor. BPLO’s 2018 data showed that the business sector here waspredominantly made up of microenterprises – around 90 percent of which hadasset sizes of not more than P3 million. “Walana sang extension so dapat makasulod ang application today. As long as may ara pa clients within the premisesof the one-stop shop i-accommodate gid naton,” Tabud said. As of this writing yesterdayafternoon, business owners were still crowding city hall’s one-stop shop toprocess their business permits. “So very disappointing, it should nothappen again,” Treñas stressed./PN In today’s start of inspections, theBPLO would be assisted by the Bureau of Fire Protection, City Tourism andDevelopment Office and the City Treasure’s Office. Treñas recently reprimanded Tabud forcomplaining that the latter’s office did not have enough logistics to check ifsome businesses were operating without permits. It recently came to Treñas’ attention that a septic tankdesludging company had long been operating without a business permit.
Wilma F. Allen, age 77, of Laurel, Indiana died Sunday, January 27, 2019 at Fayette Regional Health System in Connersville, Indiana.Born June 5, 1941 in Connersville, Indiana she was the daughter of the late Cecil & Rosella (Wyatt) Wilson. She was united in marriage on December 24, 1959 to Isham Allen, and he preceded her in death on March 22, 2003.Wilma was a member of the Alpine Trinity Holiness Church. In her leisure time she enjoyed reading her bible and spending time with her family.Survivors include three daughters, Beth (Bill) Frye of Laurel, Indiana, Michelle Allen of Laurel, Indiana and Tonya Hicks of Metamora, Indiana; two grandchildren, Brandon Hicks & Kevin Hicks; two great-grandchildren, Karlee Fuson and Blake Frye; a sister, Carol (Dean) Ison of Metamora, Indiana and a brother Daniel Wilson of Metamora, Indiana.In addition to her parents & husband Isham, she was preceded in death by three brothers, William Wilson, Samuel Wilson, and Cecil R. Wilson.Family & friends may visit from 5 until 8:00 P.M. on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at Metamora Church of God, 20124 U.S. Highway 52, Laurel, Indiana.Tony Stidham will officiate the Funeral Services on Friday, February 1, 2019 at Metamora Church of God, burial will then follow in Cupps Chapel Cemetery in Metamora, Indiana.Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the Allen family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
Wednesday, police identified the student who was killed in Tuesday’s shooting at the STEM School Highlands Ranch in Colorado as 18-year-old Kendrick Castillo.Kendrick was shot to death while attempting to stop the shooter, and eight others were injured.A female classmate told reporters Kendrick charged the shooter giving students time to hide and flee the scene.Kendrick’s parents broke their silence Wednesday confirming to reporters that he was killed in the shooting, adding, that their son was a hero and want the public to know what a great kid he was.Kendrick was a senior set to graduate at the end of the month, and Friday would have been his last day of school.He enjoyed computer information technology and was on the school’s robotics team.Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said there were “very heroic things” that took place inside the school, including students attempting to stop the shooters.