20 Sep
2020

Officials launch page to file social distancing complaints about businesses

first_imgWith businesses reopening across Florida and social distance measures still in place, many are wondering how they can report businesses not enforcing executive orders to their customers.Officials have added a page on the My Florida license website where consumers can do just that.The website features a list of executive orders and a breakdown on what each one allows or prohibits.Users are encouraged to read through the orders before filing a complaint and explanation of that complaint.The website asks you to leave your name and email, however, you can always remain anonymous.Click here to visit the website MyFloridalicense.com.last_img

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16 Aug
2020

Best and worst fashion looks at the 2019 NBA Draft

first_img (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/8e/9c/fashion-1_vcofz3avybh01sdxe6j918kb0.jpg?t=2071589851&w=500&quality=80 BEST: Nickeil Alexander-Walker — No. 17 pick by the New Orleans Pelicans. Snakeskin print with a bolo tie? Big swing and home run.BEST: Bol Bol — No. 44 pick by the Denver Nuggets. If Spider-Man went formal, he’d ask for this suit jacket.BEST: Tyler Herro — No. 13 pick by the Miami Heat. Colors: muted. Print: loud. Us: impressed. He said it himself.Tyler Herro says he has the best drip in the house tonight. pic.twitter.com/Ytsexxwkon— Scott Charlton (@Scott_Charlton) June 21, 2019 The 2019 NBA Draft concluded Thursday night, and the NBA’s newest stars now know where their professional journeys will begin.But what’s nearly as important as the team that traded up to pick you? Your NBA Draft night outfit. BEST: RJ Barrett — No. 3 pick by the New York Knicks. If you saw this look on Easter Sunday, you’d say, “Look at that nice young man.” BEST: Darius Garland — No. 5 pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers. The most unique look of the night. Gotta love a risk taker!BEST: Kevin Porter Jr. — No. 30 pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers. A velour emerald jacket? Unbeatable. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/1a/f3/fashion-2_vr5ro2pglsg8109pr21fw7j50.jpg?t=2071696835&w=500&quality=80 WORST: Ja Morant — No. 2 pick by the Memphis Grizzlies. Matching pinstripe jacket, pants AND shirt is an outfit my grandfather has also worn. WORST: Sekou Doumbouya — No. 15 pick by the Detroit Pistons. That jacket is a choice, but a different one could have been made.WORST: Keldon Johnson — No. 29 pick by the San Antonio Spurs. A jacket so wild, he didn’t even wear it on stage. center_img (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/fc/71/fashion-3_1p4829p1epbnt13btoz0knc5n7.jpg?t=2071870771&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/1a/73/fashion-4_pvxyk06sd23f1a9vvdzqdwg2l.jpg?t=2072005339&w=500&quality=80 NBA DRAFT WINNERS & LOSERS:Pelicans, Grizzlies build bright futures; Suns, Wizards reachThe photos from one of the most important nights in these players’ careers will be around for decades. Just ask LeBron…2003 ➡️ 2019.We’ve seen this look before. #NBADraft pic.twitter.com/0mZE9mxufo— Sporting News (@sportingnews) June 20, 2019So with that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the runway risks and safe outfit choices made on draft night.SN’s best and worst NBA Draft ‘fits:  WORST: Romeo Langford — No. 14 pick by the Boston Celtics. It’s very shiny…WORST: Jaxson Hayes — No. 8 pick by the New Orleans Pelicans. The suit could have been bolder. The Sideshow Bob chain is too bold. WORST: Zion Williamson — No. 1 pick by the New Orleans Pelicans. Sir, everyone knew you’d be the No. 1 pick. And you went safe. Way too safe. But that watch, though…$100K+ watch for Zion on draft night? Power moves(via @darrenrovell ) pic.twitter.com/htro1kqSlv— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 20, 2019last_img read more

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14 Aug
2020

Wanda “Merlene” Basinger: Feb. 25, 1926 – Jan. 14, 2015

first_imgWanda Marlene BasingerWanda “Merlene” Basinger died on January 14, 2015 at Redlands, Calif. at the age of 88.  Merlene was born on Feb 25, 1926 at Wellington, Kansas.  She was the daughter of John H. Walker and Edna Hurt Walker.  She was married to Lewis Tobe Basinger on April 20, 1947 at the First Baptist Church.Merlene was employed by the First National Bank for 6 years as Bookkeeper and Asst. Teller.  She was also employed by International Harvester as a Bookkeeper for 7 years and as Secretary at the Junior High School for 3 years and a bookkeeper for USD 353 at the Central Office for 20 years before retiring on July 1, 1988.Merlene was a member of the First Baptist Church since December 1935.  She started playing the organ when a Freshman in High School.  She directed the Senior Choir for a few years; then became church organist for some 50 years; was also Sunday School Secretary; served as church clerk two different times, then served as church clerk and treasurer for 10 years.  The serenity Prayer was her favorite one.Merlene liked cooking, crocheting, jigsaw puzzles and watching sports on TV.  She crocheted several afghans and doilies for her children, also she made one quilt for each child.Merlene was preceded in death by her parents; her husband “Tobe” in 2002; and one brother, John (Bob) and wife Barbara.She is survived by one son, Dr. Bradley Basinger of Redlands, California; one daughter, Brenda Bruster and her husband Alan; one grandson, Justin Bruster and his wife Alicia; two great grandchildren, Joslyn and Noah Bruster of Haysville Kansas; and one brother, Richard Walker and his wife Sharon of Wellington, Kansas.Funeral services will be held at the First Baptist Church, Wellington on January 30, at 10:00 a.m. with Reverend Kurt Henson officiating.  Interment will be in Prairie Lawn Cemetery.Visitation will be held at the funeral home on January 29 from 1: 00 – 8:00 p.m.A memorial has been setup with the First Baptist Church. Contributions can be left at the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netlast_img read more

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