3 May
2021

St. Mary’s Hospital for Women & Children Birth Records

first_img Miranda and Mark Hall, Richland, Ind., daughter, Berkley Ethleen, Oct. 8Macie Medcalf and Trevor Ivy, Patoka, Ind., son, Liam Vincent James, Oct. 9Julie and Matthew Taylor, Boonville, Ind., son, Wyatt August, Oct. 9Davesha Pruitt, Evansville, son, Jaxon Eriks, Oct. 9Chelsey Howard and Hoseau Gott, Evansville, son, Jarhmiah O’Shea, Oct. 11Alisha Compton and Marcus Green, Evansville, daughter, Amiracle Lanaye Louise, Oct. 11Kelley Murray and Tereshio Everhart, Evansville, son, Kyndrick Kyrie, Oct. 11Adrianna and Jose Rivera, Evansville, daughter, Gabriella Grace, Oct. 11Jacqueline and Logan Miller, Evansville, daughter, Amiyah-Grace Alexanderia, Oct. 11Leirin Reinitz and Kieven Hillard, Evansville, daughter, Evelyn Jane, Oct. 12Jennifer Underwood and Burton James, Evansville, daughter, Jaylynn Paige, Oct. 13Amanda Crabtree and Kristopher Springmeyer, Albion, Ill., son, Abel Patric, Oct. 13Jana’ Hazelwood and Bobby Goodman, Evansville, daughter, Jai’Anah Raquel, Oct. 13Carrie and Bradley Caver, Rockport, Ind., son, Cayson Jack Charles, Oct. 14Ashley and Andy Braker, Newburgh, son, Colton William, Oct. 14Addasyn Wallbaum and Anthony Tucker, Mount Carmel, Ill., daughter, Andi Renee, Oct. 15Jacinta and Tyler Marshall, Evansville, son, Liam Tyler, Oct. 15FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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21 Apr
2021

viewpoint

first_imgIt is good news for the baking industry that it will have one show, with the sole aim of promoting bakery machinery, ingredients and baked goods (pg 4). The agreement between BEL, the board which ran Food & Bake exhibition, and Wm Reed Exhibitions, which will launch The Baking Industry Exhibition at the NEC in April 2008, means a show that will carry the whole industry and also have theatre, live demonstrations and widespread promotion through many media.So I would urge companies taking part, or just thinking about it, to save new launches or new developments for the show. Why? Because the one question on everyone’s lips from buyers to the media is always: “What’s new?” Of course, you will have exclusive clients whom you may want to tell first. But you will attract a much wider number of new customers if you keep something important back for the show. It’s not every day that someone invents a stress-free divider, launches a new loaf into Marks & Spencer, called a ciabatta, or creates a confection named after a vegetable that becomes a best-selling carrot cake! But these have all become talking points and at least two of them were launched at shows. So if you can come up with a potential best-seller, keep it under wraps, but do develop it in time for April 2008.As always in this fast-moving industry, much has happened this week. Carr’s Milling predicts a significant deterioration in flour margins because of resistance to the price increase – an increase that has been fully explained in this magazine and elsewhere and is fully justified.And if you are a craft baker, could I urge you, without delay, to sign up for Doughnut Week, sponsored by BakeMark. You can phone craft baker Christopher Freeman or register online but please do not miss this opportunity of raising your profile in your local community, raising your profits and, at the same time, raising money for the Children’s Trust (pg 4).Elsewhere this week, fats expert, the highly knowledgeable Gordon Kirkwood, MD of Vandemoortele, delves into the technicalities of trans fatty acids – and their substitutes (pg 16). And we also delve into the background of Allied Bake- ries’ biggest-ever relaunch of its Kingsmill brand (pg 14).last_img read more

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27 Sep
2020

Portugal decriminalised drugs resulting in teen use doubling in a decade

first_imgDaily Mail 31 October 2014Family First Comment: Drug proponents like the Drug Foundation promote Portugal as the model for decriminalisation of dope. Here’s what they DON’T tell you! The nation held up by the Liberal Democrats yesterday as a shining example of how to win the war on drugs is far from the unqualified success story they make out.For the number of children using drugs in Portugal has more than doubled since the country’s laws were liberalised, the latest figures show. A decade after the law was relaxed, nearly a fifth of 15 and 16-year-olds use drugs – well over twice the number in the years before decriminalisation.The controversial Home Office report commissioned by the Liberal Democrats states: ‘It is clear that there has not been a lasting and significant increase in drug use in Portugal since 2001.’ But the evidence suggests otherwise.The most recent independent report on what is happening in Portugal shows that in 1995 eight per cent of Portuguese teenagers had tried drugs.In 1999, when laws began to be relaxed, it was 12 per cent.But after decriminalisation in 2001, it rose to 18 per cent in 2003 and 19 per cent in 2011. The picture for cannabis use is similar. In 1995, only 7 per cent of Portuguese teens had tried the drug but by 2011 the figure was 16 per cent.READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2815084/Portugal-decriminalised-drugs-Results-Use-teens-doubled-decade-nearly-fifth-15-16-year-olds-using-drugs.htmllast_img read more

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