8 May
2021

Millard Alum Nicklaus Britt Finishes 9th Overall, Dixie State Men’s Golf Places 2nd

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Tuesday, during the final round of competition at the Dixie State Regional Preview at the Ledges Golf Club of St. George, former Millard High star Nicklaus Britt placed ninth overall for Dixie State.Britt shot a 140 (-4) to tie for ninth in the standings, leading the Trailblazers to a second overall team finish.Chico State (Calif.) won the team title at 551 (-25) and the Trailblazers were at 562 (-14) on the afternoon. Written by October 16, 2018 /Sports News – Local Millard Alum Nicklaus Britt Finishes 9th Overall, Dixie State Men’s Golf Places 2nd Brad James Tags: Dixie State Men’s Golf/Ledges Golf Club/Nicklaus Brittlast_img

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7 May
2021

My Home Move’s eWay app

first_imgMy Home Move’s eWay app has become the most ‘popular’ conveyancing choice within Apple’s App Store. It has been downloaded by 3,000 home movers since its launch in May, enabling clients to instantly know what is happening with their move as push notifications send updates directly to the user’s smartphone.Doug Crawford, CEO, said, “We made a bold promise to revolutionise the customer experience of conveyancing and through this app and the enhancements we’ve delivered to our eWay service, we are living up to our promise – as seen in eWay’s popularity and the number of downloads it has received in a few months.“With 66 per cent of UK adults now owning a smartphone, it is no surprise that consumers want to manage their home move on the move. This enables us to exceed client expectations whilst differentiating us from our competitors, as the app makes the conveyancing process even easier to manage.”Free to download, the eWay app also provides access to support materials, videos, forms and case documents located within eWay.software conveyancing app eWay app October 8, 2016The 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 » My Home Move’s eWay app previous nextProducts & ServicesMy Home Move’s eWay appThe Negotiator8th October 201601,013 Viewslast_img read more

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3 May
2021

Congressman Messer Announces Statewide Campaign Finance Committee

first_imgIndividuals Supporting Congressman Messer for the United States Senate are:Devin Anderson -Carmel, INWilliam Barrett -Greenwood, INBill Bean -Fort Wayne, INJim Bopp -Terre Haute, INBrian Burdock -Indianapolis, INDana & Audra Caldwell- Morristown, INSteve Chancellor -Evansville, INPatti Coons- Rensselaer, INMurray Clark -Indianapolis, INPeter Deputy -South Bend, INCraig Dunn Kokomo, INDogger Dickey-Batesville, INDan Evans-Indianapolis, INJody Fledderman-Batesville, IN John Meredith-Richmond, INAndy Morrison-Carmel, INMarty Obst-Indianapolis, INMelissa Proffitt-Indianapolis, INDoug Rose-Indianapolis, INTom Ryder-Fortville, INGary Schahet-Indianapolis, INJR Showers-Shelbyville, INMark Shublak-Indianapolis, INBill Smith-Elwood, INKyle Walker-Indianapolis, INR. Mark Wynn-Madison, INFormer State Senator Tom Wyss-Fort Wayne, INRudy Yakym II-South Bend, IN Congressman Messer Announces Statewide Campaign Finance CommitteeCommittee to be Chaired by Columbus Business and Civic Leader Greg PenceShelbyville, IN – Today, Congressman Luke Messer announced the first round of names for his Statewide Campaign Finance Committee for the 2018 election cycle. The list includes 47 names of key Hoosier business and political leaders from around the state.Greg Pence, a business and civic leader from Columbus, Indiana, will serve as chairman of the growing committee. Commenting on his new role, Pence said, “2018 will be an important election for our state and our country. That’s why I am thrilled to chair this team of Hoosier leaders who are all united in their support for Luke. Together, we’ll elect a thoughtful conservative who reflects the heart of Hoosier working families.”Messer’s Deputy Campaign Manager for Finance Emily Daniels was enthusiastic about the early support. Daniels stated, “We are energized by the response of key leaders from across Indiana. As our organization continues to take shape, we look forward to welcoming additional members to the team who are committed to supporting Congressman Luke Messer for the United States Senate. Messer Statewide Finance Committee*List details members as of March 20, 2017.Chairman Gregory Pence-Columbus, INBob Grand-Indianapolis, INJennifer Halliwell-Indianapolis, INJohn Hammond III-Indianapolis, INJean Ann Harcourt-Gilroy, INNathan & Laura Hart-New Castle, INRyan Hou-Columbus, INAl & Kathy Hubbard-Indianapolis, INDanny Houston-Parker City, INTom John-Indianapolis, INKyle Kasting-Franklin, INRobert Kersey-Muncie, INJim Kittle-Indianapolis, INFred Klipsch-Indianapolis, INJ. Lee & Rose Mcneekly-Shelbyville, IN FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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2 May
2021

County Mayors Endorse Karavan For CapeGOP Chairman

first_imgCapeGOP Chairman Marcus Karavan (Photo courtesy JASM Consulting) Cape May County Regular Republican Organization Chairman Marcus Karavan announced Monday that he has garnered the endorsement of every Cape May County Republican mayor as he seeks a second, four-year term as the leader of the Cape May County Regular Republican Organization.Karavan formally submitted his letter of intent to seek re-election to CapeGOP Second Vice-Chair Tim Donohue on Jan. 6.“I’m honored to join my fellow mayors in endorsing Chairman Karavan for a second term as the leader of our Republican organization,” Sea Isle Mayor Len Desiderio said in a press release. “The CapeGOP has never been in better shape. The advancement of Republican leadership in our towns is bringing more fiscal responsibility and better local government. We look forward to more of the same under Marc’s leadership.”During his first full term, beginning in June 2017, Karavan has shepherded the CapeGOP through four years of electoral success, culminating in the capture of the First Legislative District Senate and Assembly seats in 2019.Republicans have retained their control of all county-wide elected positions and now hold every municipal seat in most of the county’s largest communities, gaining 5-0 advantages in Lower, Dennis and Upper Township and, for the first time ever, a 3-0 Republican majority in Middle Township.The political year in 2019 was capped by the historic switch of Second Legislative District Congressman Jeff Van Drew from Democrat to Republican.“Marcus has done a great job of building on the momentum created under former Chairman Mike Donohue,” North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello said. “Under Chairman Karavan’s leadership, our organization is strong and well-funded. We continue to attract great candidates and win elections by staying true to our conservative principles.”Cape May County Republican County Committee members will convene shortly after the June primary to choose the party’s leadership slate for the next four years.“Heading into 2020, our party is united and energized,” Middle Township Mayor and CapeGOP 2nd Vice-Chair Tim Donohue said. “As I seek my fourth term on Township Committee, I’m excited to share the ticket with one of the strongest slates of candidates in CapeGOP history. I’m proud to join my fellow mayors in endorsing Chairman Karavan for another four-year term as our leader.”Karavan said he is “honored to have the unanimous support of our Republican mayors.““The hard work and unwavering commitment shown by our municipal elected officials has proven that unity, unselfish team work and remaining true to our core political principles are the key to our continued success,” he said.last_img read more

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20 Apr
2021

Bath Bakery updates team to support expansion

first_imgBath Bakery has appointed a new sales manager so the bakery can continue to expand, the business says.After almost trebling in size, the bakery has added Liz Cox to the team as sales manager.Cox will now manage 10 of the company’s 14 bakery outlets throughout Bath and Somerset.In three years, Bath Bakery has extended its retail offering from five to 14 shops.Cox said: “Although the Bath Bakery brand has been around for almost 30 years it is only in recent times that the business has really taken off and expanded at such a rapid rate.“This is a really exciting time for the business, which has a superb reputation for quality, and I’m really looking forward to helping Bath Bakery grow further.”Bath Bakery’s managing director Mark Slevin said: “With a background in business development and quality assurance, Liz is ideally placed to help us with our expansion and is a very important member of the management team here.”Earlier this year, in response to rising customer demand, Bath Bakery launched Batch#5, a new range of gluten-free baked goods.last_img read more

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17 Jan
2021

Right Fertilizer?

first_img UGA CAES File Photo Even Numbers for GreensThe even analysis (8-8-8, 10-10-10) is used mostly for nonflowering or leafy plants such as lettuce and the greens family. With these, you want to produce a lot of edible foliage.The other analysis (5-10-15, 4-8-12) is used to grow fruiting plants such as tomatoes and peppers. The high first number is N which produces vegetative growth.Now, nothing is wrong with vegetative growth. You need it for the leaves to produce chlorophyll for the plant. However, too much N, especially at the wrong time, can cause the fruit on tomatoes and peppers to fall off.Tomato’s Main ConcernRemember, the tomato plant isn’t really interested in producing a nice, big, juicy fruit for you to enjoy. It’s just trying to produce seed to perpetuate itself.In the grand scheme of things, putting out a high-N fertilizer signals the fruiting plants to use this extra-N to grow vegetatively. They will slough off their fruit and start growing larger leaves at the expense of fruiting.Timing the addition of N as a side-dressing is critical, too. The plant needs fertility for growth, so put the fertilizer out at planting. But don’t add any more until after the plant flowers and the fruit grows to the size of a dime. Then side-dress with extra nitrogen for the next fruit set.In short, customize the fertilizer for the plant. The plant will appreciate it. Heavy: cabbage, Irish potatoes, lettuce, onions, sweet potatoes, tomatoes.Medium: herbs, asparagus, okra, beans, green peas, beets, pepper, cantaloupes, pumpkin, carrots, radish, corn, sweet, cucumbers, squash, eggplant, Swiss chard, watermelon and all greens.Light: Southern peas. Deciding whether you’re using the right fertilizer in your garden depends on what you’re using and which crop you are using it on.Vegetables are classified into three categories as to their nutrient requirements: center_img Use even-number fertilizers on lettuce and other leafy garden crops. Fertilizer LabelsFertilizer labels contain three numbers that correspond to the percentage of nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P205) and potassium (K20) in the bag. The nutrients will always be listed in this order and in a ratio. A 10-10-10 fertilizer means it has equal amounts of N, P and K. And 5-10-15 means there is twice as much P as N and three times as much K as N.Why should I buy fertilizer with lesser amounts of nutrients? Why not just buy the highest analysis possible?Think!Not all of the plants in your garden are alike. Tomatoes flower and produce fruit. Greens just produce leaves. Potatoes flower on top and produce tubers underground.last_img read more

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31 Dec
2020

Doosan Heavy, Korea National Oil to build 200MW floating offshore wind farm in South Korea

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Renews.biz:Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction is to collaborate with Korea National Oil Corporation on the development of a floating offshore wind farm off the coast of South Korea.The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop the [200MW] Donghae 1 floating project, which will form part of a 6GW complex off Ulsan and south-east region of the country.Work is scheduled to start on the complex in stages from 2023, Doosan said.The partners said that through the agreement Korea National Oil Corporation will develop the wind farm, while sharing business plans and licensing matters, with Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction providing the turbines for the project.Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction president Jeong Yeon-in said: “We will do our best to promote the business successfully by adding Doosan Heavy’s offshore wind power technology to Korea National Oil Corporation’s will to foster the floating offshore wind industry. We will improve the technology of offshore wind power suitable for the environment and contribute to vitalizing the domestic industrial ecosystem.”More: Korean duo form floating offshore pact Doosan Heavy, Korea National Oil to build 200MW floating offshore wind farm in South Korealast_img read more

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29 Sep
2020

Icelandic government takes on nursing home pension liabilities

first_imgThe agreement was made because some of the non-profit organisations that run the nursing homes had run into financial problems.A ministry spokeswoman said: “In general terms, those financial difficulties could be related to the financial crisis six years ago and its effect on Iceland’s economy.“Taking over the liabilities of the nursing homes ensures they are able to continue to provide service to their clients.”The liabilities relate to members of Division B of LSR, and of LH as a whole (LSR also runs a fully funded scheme, Division A, and an individual scheme, Division S).Both Division B and LH are defined benefit schemes and constitute a mixed system partly based on funding from accumulated contributions, and partly from supplemental contributions from public sources.The rights of fund members in these arrangements are based on their working life and the relative proportion of full-time work.Both these arrangements were closed to new members at the end of 1996.The liabilities transferred to the government amount to nearly ISK6bn (€40m).About half this amount has already been recognised as a liability on the government’s balance sheet, as the state already guarantees the pension fund liabilities in Division B of LSR, and in LH.As at 31 December 2013, the combined net assets for all LSR divisions came to ISK485bn, and for LH, ISK26bn.While the government has agreed to assume responsibility for existing liabilities, the nursing homes as employers have committed to paying their share of the liabilities, as well as paying extra pension contributions on behalf of staff members working at the homes affected, to avoid the accumulation of new debt. Iceland’s Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs has signed an agreement with 11 nursing homes and two pension funds, transferring certain pension liabilities for the nursing homes’ employees to the state.The two funds are Lifeyrissjodur starfsmanna rikisins (LSR) – the pension fund for state employees – and Lifeyrissjodur hjukrunarfraedinga (LH) – the pension fund for nurses.The nursing homes’ employees belong to one or the other of these schemes.The liabilities include contribution increases to pensions that have been accrued in the past year but left unpaid.last_img read more

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28 Sep
2020

Spirit of Adventure wraps up conveyance down the narrow River Ems

first_imgThe ship is captured in the video below sounding its horn as it sails down the Ems River towards the North Sea turned backward. Posted: 1 months ago Image courtesy: Meyer Werft The popular conveyance of the ship is a major milestone in a ship’s construction and, for the Spirit of Adventure, comes just a month after the ship’s float-out. Categories: Posted: 1 months ago video “This year the number of people on board is significantly reduced, taking into account the Corona prevention. The transfer team always trains the maneuver on the computer-controlled simulator in Wageningen (Netherlands) to be even better prepared.” Ships squeezing down the river are often positioned backward so the propellers can be used to pull from the front than pushing from the back, with tug boats attached directly to offer greater control of the transfer.center_img The 58,250 GT cruise ship has an overall length of 236 metres and a breadth of 31.2 metres. It has 554 cabins for 999 passengers and reaches a speed of more than 18 knots. “This type of transfer has proven to be a good choice due to its better maneuverability,” Meyer Werft said. Watch the float-out of Spirit of Adventure The cruise ship Spirit of Adventure, being built by German shipbuilder Meyer Werft for the British shipping company Saga Cruises, left Papenburg on Sunday, August 30, 2020 and was transferred to Emden. Vessels From Emden, the ship will later set off for the technical and nautical trials in the North Sea. The delivery of the ship is planned for the next few weeks and will be closely coordinated with Saga Cruises.last_img read more

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24 Sep
2020

Indy Colts Head Coach

first_imgIt was not the usual path taken by the Colts in obtaining their new head football coach.  According to the Indy Star, they were sure they had the right choice when Josh McDaniels of the New England Patriots took the head job.  Unfortunately, less than 24-hours later he announced he was staying with New England.  This might have been the right choice for McDaniels at this time, but he certainly did not set a good precedent for the next time he wants a head job.The Colts then turned to Philadelphia’s offensive coordinator, Frank Reich.  Reich was not actively pursuing a head job, but he certainly was interested if one came along.  The Colts are hoping that the laid-back Reich might be the key to getting Andrew Luck back on the job.  Luck, of course, is still rehabbing his shoulder at this writing.It seems that this is just another example of the “Good Old Boys Club” in pro sports.  Team owners are very reluctant to look very deep into the pool of coaches.  An example would be the Cincinnati Bengals who stayed with Marvin Lewis instead of making a change.  For Colt fans, I hope Reich is the right choice!last_img read more

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