January 29, 2021 /Sports News – Local Weber State looks to extend streak vs Idaho FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMOSCOW, Idaho (AP)-Weber State (8-4, 3-2) vs. Idaho (0-12, 0-9)Cowan Spectrum at the Kibbie Dome, Moscow, Idaho; Saturday, 1 p.m. MSTBOTTOM LINE: Weber State looks for its sixth straight win in the head-to-head series over Idaho. Weber State has won by an average of 15 points in its last five wins over the Vandals. Idaho’s last win in the series came on Feb. 24, 2018, a 68-62 win.SUPER SENIORS: Idaho has relied heavily on its seniors this year. Damen Thacker, Scott Blakney, Gabe Quinnett and Ja’Vary Christmas have combined to account for 61 percent of the team’s scoring this year and 63 percent of all Vandals points over the last five games.RAMP IT UP A NOTCH: The Wildcats have scored 82 points per game and allowed 68 points per game in conference play so far. Those are both solid improvements over the 75.5 points scored and 74.5 points allowed per game to non-conference foes.FUELING THE OFFENSE: Isiah Brown has directly created 42 percent of all Weber State field goals over the last three games. The senior guard has 24 field goals and 13 assists in those games.STREAK STATS: Idaho has lost its last five home games, scoring an average of 62.8 points while giving up 78.2.ASSIST RATIOS: The Wildcats have recently used assists to create baskets more often than the Vandals. Idaho has 33 assists on 66 field goals (50 percent) over its past three contests while Weber State has assists on 46 of 89 field goals (51.7 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: The Weber State offense has scored 84.1 points per game this season, ranking the Wildcats 11th among Division I teams. The Idaho defense has allowed 77.1 points per game to opponents (ranked 263rd overall). Associated Press Written by
Former Widespread Panic drummer Todd Nance will hit the road with “Todd Nance & Friends” later this summer. The group will find him joined by Eric Martinez (guitar), John Neff (guitar/pedal steel), Jon Mills (bass), and Bloodkin’s Danny Hutchens (guitar).Todd Nance & Friends will kick off their seven-date run at the Charleston Pourhouse on August 9th before heading to Asheville for a two-night stand at ISIS on August 10th and 11th (the first show will be a celebration of Michael Houser Day). Next, they’ll swing through Raleigh,Charlotte, Florence, SC, and Augusta on their way to a final show at currently-unannounced venue in Atlanta.Nance parted ways with Widespread Panic in 2014, though he last performed with them at Panic En La Playa 2016. Duane Trucks has been Widespread Panic’s drummer since Nance left the group.Pre-sale ticket for the Todd Nance & Friends shows are now available at the various venues’ websites.Todd Nance & Friends Tour Dates:Aug. 9th. @ Charleston Pour HouseAug. 10th Asheville @ ISIS * A Michael Houser Day CelebrationAug. 11th Asheville @ ISIS * Acoustic WoodAug. 12th Raleigh @ Lincoln TheaterAug. 16th Charlotte @ The Rabbit HoleAug. 17th Florence SC @ Southern HopsAug. 18th Augusta @ Sky CityAug. 19th Atlanta… Venue TBA asap
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York New York City police have identified the missing 31-year-old woman whose belongings and vehicle were found near Gilgo Beach over the weekend.An NYPD spokesman said Natasha Jugo was last seen leaving her home in the Alley Park section of Queens at 4:30 p.m. Saturday. Her car was found on Ocean Parkway and some of her belongings were found on the sand near Gilgo on Sunday, police have said.Jugo was described as 5-feet, 7-inches tall, 120 pounds with brown eyes and blond hair. She was last seen wearing a black robe, pink pajamas, gray hooded sweatshirt, black coat and black boots.Nassau, Suffolk and New York State police have been searching the oceanfront near where the items and vehicle were found but have yet to locate Jugo.Police have cautioned that there search has no apparent link to the Long Island Serial Killer, who had dumped four victims on the side of Ocean Parkway in Gilgo before their remains were found in 2010. That case remains unsolved.
SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Criminal Justice Reform, Press Release, Public Safety Continuing his push for meaningful law enforcement reforms, today Governor Tom Wolf signed an executive order creating the Pennsylvania State Law Enforcement Citizen Advisory Commission. This further advances his actions to address law enforcement reform and accountability that he announced in June and the first two police reform bills he signed into law on Tuesday.“My administration is committed to bipartisan criminal justice reforms that are fair and inclusive and support public safety,” Gov. Wolf said. “My executive order moves us one more step forward to address the systemic failings that have created inequities and public mistrust of law enforcement. It is my hope that the commission improves law enforcement relationships with communities and strengthens the accountability of law enforcement personnel.”The creation of the commission came about from concerns raised by residents and in conversations Gov. Wolf held with members of the Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus and leaders of Black communities in Philadelphia and Harrisburg following the death of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody.The executive order advises that citizen engagement and participation is essential to help the state in fulfilling its commitment to identifying necessary system-level reforms to promote transparency, fairness and accountability involving the commonwealth’s law enforcement agencies.The new commission’s ultimate goal is to improve policing practices within law enforcement agencies under the governor’s jurisdiction by examining events and conducting reviews of policies, practices, and procedures. The commission, established in the Office of State Inspector General, will be comprised of 15 members appointed by the governor, including one representative from each of the Pennsylvania State Police current Troop geographic areas, and specifically from areas of the Pennsylvania State Police’s primary jurisdiction, and six additional citizen members chosen at large.The commission will be chaired by the Deputy Inspector General for Law Enforcement Oversight, a new position and office in the Office of State Inspector General that the commonwealth is conducting a nationwide search to fill. Interested applicants can find the job posting here.The deputy inspector general will oversee staff on investigations of alleged fraud, waste, misconduct, and abuse within law enforcement agencies under the governor’s jurisdiction and serve as chair of the new commission.The commission is authorized to perform reviews of the covered agencies’ internal investigative findings related to allegations and incidents surrounding the use of force and bias-based policing, including those involving police-involved shootings resulting in injury or death of civilians, and to prepare a report if warranted.“It is my hope that with input from this commission, the commonwealth’s law enforcement agencies can serve as a model of excellence for law enforcement throughout Pennsylvania and the country,” Gov. Wolf said.Read the executive order here.Ver esta página en español. Gov. Wolf Signs Executive Order to Create Pennsylvania State Law Enforcement Citizen Advisory Commission July 17, 2020
Belfast-born Rice started his career in the Arsenal academy and went on to lead the side in the 1979 FA Cup final win over Manchester United, before the Northern Ireland defender moved into coaching after finishing his playing career at Watford. The 64-year-old stood down from his role as assistant manager to Arsene Wenger at the end of last season, a position he had held since the Frenchman arrived in 1996. A club statement read: “We can sadly confirm Pat Rice is in hospital receiving treatment for cancer. “Everyone at Arsenal Football Club sends him our best wishes. Our thoughts are with Pat and his family.” Arsenal have offered their support to former captain and assistant manager Pat Rice, who is undergoing treatment for cancer in hospital. Press Association
Facebook12Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Westport WineryWestport Winery will host the annual Crush Me, Squeeze Me, Make Me Wine at the Beach Festival on Sunday, October 6 from 11 a.m. to 4.p.m. with fun activities throughout the day.The winery will provide bins of grapes for guests of all ages to stomp into purple-footed bliss. “Crush” T-shirts will be available to purchase for those who want to immortalize their experience with footprints on their shirt. There is no cost to attend this fun-filled event featuring live music from classical guitarist Scott Lindenmuth along with complimentary chicken and wild rice soup.At noon, the winery will open its new Off-Leash Dog Park. The winery will unveil their latest sculpture garden commission by North River artist Sherryl Jackson at 1 p.m. in their English Cottage garden. A new sculpture in the winery’s Japanese Zen garden by Elma artist Frank Ratte will be unveiled at 2 p.m. At 3 p.m. the winery will judge the annual Lucy and Ethyl Look-Alike Contest open to men, women, children, and dogs. Throughout the festival, Johnny and Darlene Camp from Opal Art Glass will be offering their incredible glass pumpkins for sale as a fundraiser for Cosmopolis Elementary School Technology.This is a perfect opportunity to navigate the winery’s enormous grape maze, play the musical fence and tour the winery’s botanical gardens.Westport Winery, the 2013 Best in the Northwest Destination Winery, is located on the corner of Highway 105 and South Arbor Road halfway between Westport and Aberdeen. This destination winery includes a restaurant, bakery, gift shop, nursery, botanical garden and arboretum. For more information or dinner reservations call Westport Winery at 360-648-2224.
To support the staff for the time being, Salt Creek Grille representatives organized a GoFundMe page for hourly staff members. It has raised over $10,000 to date, which Bidgood said is a credit to his staff. This article originally appeared in the April 23rd, 2020 print edition of The Two River Times. Now, millions of Americans are jobless during this scary and uncertain time. Companies all over the country are taking huge financial hits and are facing layoffs in the wake of the pandemic. Unemployment rates have far surpassed the rates surrounding the Great Recession. Some local employers are also finding ways to support their staff members who have been laid off. That includes Salt Creek Grille co-owner Steve Bidgood. He shared that it was not easy laying off employees of the Rumson-based establishment; some of them have worked there since its opening over 20 years ago. In the meantime, she has been writing cards and making special videos for members of those facilities, wishing them well and letting them know she is thinking of them. The response has been very positive, and she’s looking to take it a step further. DaPrato plans to reach out to the facilities she performs at to see if they would be interested in having her perform while practicing social distancing. That could mean performing on the outside of a building for 15 minutes on each side, allowing residents to open up their windows and hear her perform. “It’s kind of difficult because they’re my second family. It’s tough. I didn’t think it was going to last this long. I didn’t think it was going to be as bad as it is,” said Bidgood, who has been with Salt Creek Grille since 1996. The restaurant industry is a hard industry as it is. And when businesses get “kicked in the legs” financially as they have been from COVID-19, reopening may not be a possibility for some, he said. It will be costly to reinvest and open in good shape. Tourism is down and traveling is down, which is also not good for business. And should there be a second wave of the virus, it will be a nail in the coffin for others. Just over 45 days ago, the U.S. economy was booming with high wage growth and record low unemployment rates. That quickly changed with the rapid spread of COVID-19. Additionally, the non-profit has handed out about 200-to 300-plus grab-and-go meals six days a week since March 16. According to McCarthy, a monthly comparison of March 2020 to March 2019 shows demand has increased about 31 percent. And about 30 to 100-plus people each day receive groceries from the organization six days a week. “I would definitely bewilling to do that and noteven charge for this,” shesaid. “I really miss it. I missthe people.” DaPrato will also be taking this downtime for projects she has been meaning to start but has pushed off recording a “Christmas with Cathy D” CD, as well as working on some new material for her shows. According to Assemblyman Gerry Scharfenberger (R-13), who represents several towns in the Two River area, he and his office have spoken to an overwhelming number of callers complaining of backlogged unemployment claims far more calls than after SuperStorm Sandy in 2012, he told The Two River Times. He credited the issue to personnel shortages and outdated computer systems at the NJDOL. Middletown resident Cathy DaPrato is one of those self-employed workers. As a musician and the owner of Cathy D Entertainment, DaPrato finds herself “help-less” as she is unable to perform at her typical venues. DaPrato is a regular at nursing homes, assisted living facilities and adult daycare centers across New Jersey. Before the virus struck, she was scheduled to perform about 160 gigs this year. “I have people who come and celebrate every holiday with us,” he said, adding that some customers emailed him to say they were “devastated” about not being able to spend their Easter at the restaurant for the first time in 21 years. However, Burke plans to bring everyone back on as normal, whenever the businesses are allowed to reopen. He will need all who were laid off as well as summer staff. But some businesses won’t be as fortunate, he believes. He also said he is waiting for the CARE Act to kick in, which will allow his staff to be paid, including their tips. The staff was also encouraged to file for unemployment if they wanted to so that they could have some kind of cash flow coming in, Bidgood added. According to Scharfenberger, state staff members of various departments are being transitioned and reassigned, for the time being, to the NJDOL to free up some of the backlogging. He also noted that the department is operating on the decades-old COBOL computer programming language, which he called “archaic.” COURTESY LUNCH BREAK / FACEBOOK Lunch Break volunteers Jennifer Anderson and board president John Klein recently delivered food to homebound clients. Representatives of the nonprofit are reporting significantly higher demands from community members compared to last year. “Some come to our facility, are students of the Red Bank Charter School and others such as the homebound and residents of the Pan American motel in Eatontown, receive deliveries. We have increased the number of times we deliver,” said McCarthy. “I just love it and I feel sohelpless right now because Ifeel like I can’t do anythingto help these people,” saidDaPrato. In New Jersey alone, there have been hundreds of thousands of unemployment claims each week since March 1. In the most recent data released from the New Jersey Department of Labor (NJDOL), there were 141,420 claims made during the week of April 5 to 11. During the week prior, from March 29 to April 4, there were 214,836 claims. Lunch Break, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides basic necessities to people in need, has also seen “many” new people since the COVID-19 pandemic started, said Ellen McCarthy, communications and public relations coordinator. Last week alone, the organization gave 77 new people groceries in one day, she said, and new grocery clients are up 50 percent since March, compared to last year. “When something like this happens, systems like that are so easily over whelmed,” said Scharfenberger. On April 20, the assemblyman wrote to New Jersey State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio, asking that she withhold his salary “until every one of my constituents’ state unemployment claims has been fulfilled.” Currently, members of the state Senate and General Assembly receive an annual base salary of $49,000. “We were off to a great start this year. We were really rolling,” said Burke, between Drifthouse and its adjoining Nauti Bar. But now, the bar is closed and Drifthouse is offering curbside pick-up and delivery only. The financial strain called for the layoffs of most employees. She also estimated that about 85 percent of the SB-DC’s calls recently have been small business owners wondering what they should do to help their employees at this time. Typically, the SBDC focuses on helping businesses employ people. This is “the first time ever” they are helping businesses guide their employees to unemployment, she said. The restaurateur decided not to offer curbside pickup or delivery to area customers, as many other businesses have in the Two River area. He cited a concern for his staff’s safety and well-being as one of the deciding factors to close, as well as the costliness of cooking with mesquite wood, which the restaurant uses. According to Jackeline Mejias-Fuertes, regional director of the Monmouth/Ocean Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Brookdale Community College, there is a high percentage of self-employed individuals and freelancers who will not be eligible for unemployment from the state. Because of that, for the first time ever, they have been guiding those individuals on how to apply for pandemic unemployment. “With those orders, we can put a few more people back to work,” he said. “It’s a little something and it’s working out nicely.” Similarly, most staff members of Drifthouse by David Burke have been laid off; there are currently only two or three people still working, Burke shared with The Two River Times. Normally, there would be about 35 employees in the off-season and about 60 during the summer months. To support his staff members for the time being, Burke has kickstarted a “Feed the Heroes” campaign, where he takes donation money and buys food with it to be prepared and delivered to local heroes. In doing so, he is also putting his employees back to work. Last week, he was able to make a sizeable food donation to Hackensack Meridian Health Riverview Medical Center, he said. By Allison Perrine
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customers and the rest were dispensing free gasA representative for Don’s Car Wash who declined to be named because of the nature of the story said whenever a faulty pump is discovered the business has it repaired the same dayBrady’s Service Center in Moorhead had the two pumps that were costing customers the most with losses of 46 and 42 cents Owner Brady Olson said he does not want to shortchange anyone but the reality is that pumps sometimes are not accurate“There’s no equipment out there really that’s foolproof” he saidAt the other gas stations with pumps that shorted customers owners or managers either declined to comment or didn’t return messagesConsumer protectionGas pumps in North Dakota must be inspected at least every 15 months said Patrick Fahn director of compliance and competitive markets for the North Dakota Public Service CommissionThe state’s two inspectors do many of the gas station inspections; if they don’t a station has to hire a private inspector Either way the station has to pay for the inspection Fahn saidIn Minnesota there’s no requirement on how often pumps need to be inspected The goal is to have state inspectors check them yearly or as often as budget and staffing constraints allow according to the Minnesota Department of CommerceNeither state fines gas stations for having inaccurate pumps“The penalty here is that the pump is taken out of service” Fahn said “It would have to get a lot more complicated before” fines were imposedWillful violations of the law could lead to criminal prosecution but in recent history that hasn’t happened in Minnesota or North Dakota officials sayWhen testing pumps inspectors use a 5-gallon container to measure the amount of gas dispensed Yellow tags are attached to pumps that are inaccurate within a certain range Those pumps can still be used but they need to be fixed within 60 days in North Dakota and within 30 days in MinnesotaWhen a pump’s inaccuracy goes beyond the yellow-tag range the pump is removed from service and a red tag is attached to show that it can’t be used until it’s repaired“It’s all very plain and simple” said Dan Phillips owner of the two Phillips Travel Centers in Fargo “The state does this for the protection of the consumer and I guess in a way protection of the business owner”Clay County sees no inspections in 2012 2014 only one in 2013MOORHEAD – In 2012 the Minnesota Department of Commerce did not inspect the pumps at a single gas station in Clay County There was one inspection in 2013 and so far this year – zeroMinnesota has no requirement on how often pumps need to be inspected but the aim is to have state inspectors check them yearly or as often as budget and staffing constraints allow said Libby Caulum a commerce department spokeswomanBrady Olson owner of Brady’s Service Center in Moorhead said the lack of inspections by the state is bad for customers and for his business which doesn’t want inaccurate pumps to shortchange customers or give away free gas“For the amount of money that we make off of gas it would be too expensive to hire (a private inspector) to come in here every year or every so often to verify pumps” he saidIn the case of Clay County the shortage of inspections is due to the loss of the territory’s lone inspector who suffered a health problem before taking leave in January 2012 Caulum said The inspector who never returned to work retired six months later she saidCaulum said a replacement was hired in November 2012 and he completed training in March 2013 The new inspector is now working his way through the territory which includes Clay Mahnomen Becker Wadena Otter Tail Douglas Grant Stevens Big Stone Traverse Wilkin and Norman counties she saidThe vast majority of Clay County’s gas stations have not been inspected since 2010 or 2011 The county had 76 gas station inspections and re-inspections in 2010 and 25 in 2011 according to the commerce departmentWhile there have been no gas pump inspections in the county in 2014 there have been three fuel-quality inspections The one gas pump inspection in 2013 was in response to a consumer complaint the commerce department saidIn 2010 his grandparents Harry and Ellen Westberg who lived on a farm north of Hoffman passed away Harry grew up on that farm and was a crop farmer his whole life"He was 87 when he died and he was still farming" said BarsnessAfter his grandparents died the future of the farm was unknown Barsness’ mom Cheryl was a teacher and his dad Dave worked for the Department of Natural ResourcesBarsness said he never thought about becoming a farmer until he was urged to try it Farming he said was just never on his radar despite the fact that he would often spend time at his grandparents farm"I decided to try farming 60 acres of soybeans" he said "My mom (who retired from teaching) had been around the farm and knew how my grandpa ran the farm so we started farming together She taught me how to drive the tractor fix things and everything else It would have been hard to start this without her"After he decided that the farming business was what he wanted to do Barsness moved from the Morris campus of the University of Minnesota to the St Paul campus and then to the Crookston campus He graduated with a degree in agriculture systems management with a focus on farm and ranch management he saidBarsness now lives in his grandparents home which is more than 100 years old just outside of Hoffman He said there is a total of 270 tillable acres on the family farm but that for now he rents 160 acres from his mom and aunt Karen who own the landBarsness now doesn’t see any other way of life He enjoys all aspects of farming — from being his own boss and the entrepreneurship aspect of it to working with the tools and machines being outdoors and watching his plants grow"It’s really the idyllic lifestyle" he said "Even though I never considered the aspect of being a farmer it seems perfect"With a few years of farming under his belt now Barsness has moved onto a new venture of sorts — organic farming which he said is much more challenging than conventional farming"You have fewer tools in your toolbox so to speak" he said "You can’t use herbicides or pesticides and your seeds have to be non-GMO"Barsness said he has nothing against conventional farming he just tends to prefer a more natural approach "I think that all farmers should focus on sustainability minimizing negative environmental impacts and producing a quality product" said Barsness "Becoming certified organic demonstrates and rewards dedication to those ideals and helps ensure that they are a primary focus"He said from a financial standpoint a small grain farm like his needs to produce additional product volume or a more valuable product in order to succeed He has chosen to focus on sustainability diversification and adding value instead of expanding rapidly"Organic grain sells at a significant premium over conventional grain and is much more profitable for my operation" Barsness saidEventually Barsness plans to take over the entire farm which he hopes to have all organic He wants to continue to focus on sustainability and further down the road he wants to start farming specialty crops such as organic hops possibly for local breweries He feels as breweries continue to pop up all over the state there is a demand for hopsBarsness also plans to continue his involvement with the Central Minnesota Young Farmers Coalition whose parent organization is the National Young Farmers Coalition The local coalition according to Barsness exists for members to socialize network and advocate for young farmersThe group meets regularly at various locations said Barsness and discusses a variety of ag-related issues such as land access cost of land or even farm policiesLand access is a huge issue for many young farmers who are just starting out he said The cost to start up a farm is prohibitive for anyone let alone young farmers who may not have any farm connections said 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