Written by Tags: Big Sky/Kendal Manuel/Montana Grizzlies/Sayeed Pridgett/Weber State Wildcats Basketball February 13, 2020 /Sports News – Local Pridgett, Manuel lead Montana to 72-37 romp over Weber State FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Sayeed Pridgett tossed in 25 points and Kendal Manuel scored 21 to power Montana to a 72-37 romp over Weber State.Pridgett sank 11 of 17 shots from the floor and added five rebounds for the Grizzlies (15-10, 11-3 Big Sky Conference). Manuel hit 8 of 12 shots and added six rebounds and three assists.Dima Zdor topped the Wildcats (10-15, 6-8) with nine points off the bench. Associated Press
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At the Délifrance Sandwich World Cup, British beef went head to head with Thai chicken, while Japanese seaweed saw off Swiss Emmenthal.But the competition did not stop there. Swordfish also competed with mangoes – in the same sandwich! And the Netherlands candidate perfected the art of one-upmanship when she announced that she bred her own buffalo to make her own mozzarella.The result was entertaining – but serious too. Seven countries competed in a live theatre, packed to the rafters, with standing room only. Video projectionists and TV crews jostled to get best angles on the often quivering hands of each contestant. One by one, the seven finalists followed each other out for their 15 minutes of fame, making their sandwiches, explaining their choice of fillings and answering questions from the judges. They were told to “explain the nutritional balance” or “describe why your combination of fillings work”.BBC TV South flew in its own correspondent and cameraman to film local Reading entrant Adrian Brown, who, though not the ultimate winner, won much praise from the judges, particularly the Dutch judge, who took a very large bite out of his British beef sandwich and pronounced it “perfect”. It was served in a Délifrance Fougassette roll, spread with horseradish mixed with crème fraiche “to tone the spice down a bit”, according to Brown.The sandwich was then filled with rocket and an onion maramalade – made to a secret recipe, which I later coaxed out of him. He revealed – exclusively to British Baker – that it comprised white onions, white wine, lime, ginger and a tiny touch of sugar!The competitionStanding at a large table with all their ingredients, plus chin-strap microphones and trailing wires, each finalist had to describe to the audience and judges the sandwich he or she was about to make. They could use any one of the multitude of Délifrance breads or rolls, while the filling had to be entirely their own recipe. British judge, sandwich consultant Nellie Nichols, told British Baker the judging criteria: Ease of assembly Gastronomic appeal Nutritional balance Colour Texture Flavour Ease of eatingThe judges, one each from the seven finalists’ countries, had to stand down from judging their own national entry. Chairman of the panel was renowned French baker Jean-Luc Poujauran, who began with a small shop in Paris and now has several Michelin-starred restaurants among the clientele he supplies.His passion is still making bread daily and he stresses the importance of time taken for kneading and fermentation.The sandwich made by Philip Koh from Singapore was a clear winner. The judges thought it appealed to more adventurous and yet popular tastes. French judge Audrey Aveaux, a qualified nutritionist who has worked for hospitals and food and catering companies, thought it was particularly well balanced.The judges, who ranged from chefs to shop owners, bakers to caterers, the nutritionist and Britain’s own sandwich writer and consultant Nellie Nichols, allowed up to E2 (around £1.20) to be spent on each sandwich.The organiserThis is the sixth year that French bakery and patisserie manufacturer Délifrance has organised the competition. Ian Dobbie, MD of Délifrance UK, which supplies both foodservice and retail outlets explained that all the company’s breads are fermented for a minimum of two hours to develop flavour and are natural – they contain no emulsifiers. The company makes numerous varieties of bread and there is a continuous drive towards new product development.Dobbie told British Baker: “Adrian did his country proud. Bakers, caterers and chefs work with us to push the boundaries and develop new ideas. Innovation, passion and an understanding of how bread can bring out the best of a chosen filling is what will drive the growth of the sandwich market.” n—-=== The sandwich entries from around the world ===As well as Britain they came from:Belgium: a Pain Bagnat (round, flat crusty roll made with olive oil) spread with a balsamic vinegar and cream spread, filled with feta cheese, black olives, red peppers, lamb, rocket and Batavia lettuceFrance: a Panecillo (crusty baguette) split twice, containing a light nori seaweed spread, plus avocado, sardines, feta cheese, pepper, tapenade (crushed olives, capers, anchovies and olive oil) and rocket shootsItaly: Panisun bread, spread with butter and filled with mango, lettuce, swordfish, tomatoes, Philadelphia cheese, lime juice and aloe vera juiceNetherlands: a Rustic baguette, spread withmustard and honey, filled with tapenade, smoked home-reared buffalo mozzarella cheese, prosciutto, lettuce, beef, carrots and parsleySwitzerland: a Rustic half baguette, spread with mayonnaise and filled with prawns apple, tomatoes, onion, yellow peppers, Emmental cheese, coriander leaves, parsley and lettuceBritain: a Fougassette bread, spread with crème fraiche and horseradish, filled with beef (hot or cold), rocket and own-recipe onion marmaladeSingapore: the winner, a Provencette Bread (made with Provence herbs and olive oil), spread with mayonnaise and filled with chicken, tomatoes, coriander leaves, lettuce, red grapes and parmesan shavings, finished with a light chilli Thai dressing
Facebook By Jon Zimney – February 7, 2021 2 483 Man killed in shooting late Saturday night in South Bend identified Google+ Facebook IndianaLocalNews Google+ WhatsApp (Photo supplied/The St. Joseph County Homicide Unit) A 30-year-old man was killed in a shooting in South Bend.The shooting happened just before 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6 in the 600 block of South Walnut Street, just south of Pulaski Park.Police were called to the scene on the report of gunfire and found the victim, Charles J. Miltenberger III of South Bend lying on the ground, having suffered multiple gunshot wounds.Miltenberger was pronounced dead at the scene.There was no immediate word of any suspects, arrests or the circumstances that led to the shooting.Anybody with information is encouraged to contact the St. Joseph County MetroHomicide Unit at 574-235-5009 or Crime Stoppers at 288-STOP.The St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office released the following information:On February 6, 2021 at 11:23 p.m. South Bend Police officers responded to the600 block of S. Walnut Street in South Bend, IN regarding reports of gunfire andan individual lying on the ground. When officers arrived, they discovered a malewho had suffered gunshot wounds. Officers were unable to resuscitate the victimand he was pronounced deceased at the scene.A representative of the St. Joseph County Coroner Office was contacted and perprotocol, the St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit [C.M.H.U.] was activatedand is currently handling the investigation. C.M.H.U. investigators have identifiedthe victim to be: CHARLES J. MILTENBERGER, III, 30 years old, a resident ofSouth Bend, IN.This is an active and on-going death investigation. An autopsy will be conductedon Monday, February 8, 2021 in Kalamazoo, MI. Updates will be provided whenmore information is available for release.Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the St. Joseph County MetroHomicide Unit [CMHU] at 574-235-5009 or Crime Stoppers at 288-STOP. Twitter Twitter Pinterest Previous articleSouth Bend, Elkhart warming centers available for those in needNext articlePolice: Fans don’t let fans drive drunk after the Super Bowl Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. WhatsApp Pinterest
This item has been moved to the National Archives as RAIB has published its safety digest describing this incident. See Safety digest 08/2018.,At around 13:33 hrs on 30 May 2018, a passenger was dragged by a tram after his hand became trapped in the closed doors of the rear vehicle. The departing tram stopped in the platform after moving about 15 metres. The driver reopened the doors and the passenger boarded the tram.We have undertaken a preliminary examination into the circumstances surrounding this incident. Having assessed the evidence which has been gathered to date, we have decided to publish a safety digest.The safety digest will be made available on our website in the next few weeks.
Morrisons has listed six key priorities, as part of its ongoing strategy to improve profitability.The update was delivered as part of the retailer’s preliminary annual financial results, and puts emphasis on cutting costs and delivering better customer service.The six points are intended to help the supermarket’s existing Fix, Rebuild and Grow plan. Morrisons hailed the first phase of this plan, Fix, as having started well, with Q4 sales figures showing 0.1% growth, despite the deflationary effects of strategic price cuts.The six points are:COMPETITIVENESS:Morrisons sees lower and simpler pricing as the way forward. The company said it had cut the price of key commodities and everyday items and was delivering value through its growing range of Made by Morrisons products. Meanwhile, steps have been taken to simplify pricing, with fewer and more impactful offers, many at ‘round pound’ price points.CUSTOMER SERVICE:The last year saw several initiatives to this end, including the introduction of express checkouts and separate customer service desks. Morrisons added that it was ensuring stores had the right technology and staffing structure to improve queuing times. Availability of products is also being addressed, with an increase in deliveries in certain categories.Morrisons said: “We have sustained significant improvements in customer satisfaction through the year, and this will remain an important measure.”LOCAL SOLUTIONS:Morrisons sees tailoring stores to better suit the tastes and needs of their local community as a key objective. It has set up a small team responsible for local buying, marketing and events.DELIVERING EXTRA SERVICES:Capitalising on the fact that it owns 85% of its stores and that there is free space available at many of these, Morrisons is working with other companies to deliver more services, such as shoe repair. Morrisons believes this strategy can generate extra income for a comparatively small capital investment.STREAMLINING:During H2, Morrisons cut around 800 roles at head office which it says is part of a drive to create a faster, more efficient business.The company is also working with suppliers across its categories to simplify its range of products. It says the move will lower operating costs, as well as allow room for category growth in areas where customers have expressed interest in a greater range, such as free-from.MAKE CORE SUPERMARKETS STRONG AGAIN:The company’s Fresh Look refit programme is aiming to review and upgrade the entire estate by the end of the 2018/19 financial year. A total of 50 refits were completed in the last year, with a further 100 due to be completed in the next.
Pioneering electro-hip-hop-soul producer Derek Vincent Smith, better known as Pretty Lights, has released a new live compilation from his 2015 run at Telluride, Colorado’s Telluride Town Park with his Analog Future Band featuring Adam Deitch (Lettuce/Break Science) on the drums, Eric Krasno (Soulive/Lettuce) on guitar, Borahm Lee (Break Science) on keys, NOLA staple Brian Coogan on keys/organ, Eric “Benny” Bloom (Lettuce/Shady Horns) on trumpet, Scott Flynn on trombone, and award-winning turntablist Chris Karns on the decks.Said Smith in a statement about the release, “I’ve thought a lot about what a perfect place to throw a Pretty Lights concert might be, and what that actually means. I think that Telluride Town Park might be a place like that. The energy that resonates there is beyond the cusp of my own understanding but it is powerful and undeniable. I think that the seclusion of Telluride creates a real opening to focus on getting in touch…with each other, ourselves, and the vibrations we experience as music, light, and life. PLUS the stars shine incredibly bright and the mountains are jaw dropping. These two nights in Telluride were an awesome and historic opportunity to experience a live Pretty Lights show in what may be the perfect venue.”In typical Pretty Lights fashion, the new release is available for download here free of charge. You can also stream it in full below!TRACKLIST:Pretty Lights and the Analog Future BandAugust 28th – 29th, 2015Telluride Town Park – Telluride, CO1. Exodus2. Done Wrong3. Around The Block4. Total Fascination > Sunday School5. Total Fascination Jam6. Drift Away7. More Important Than Michael Jordan8. Try To Remember9. If I Gave You My Love10. Whitness Break11. Extended Moon Jam12. Don’t Cost You Nothing13. One Day They’ll KnowPretty Lights has been slowly rolling out tour dates for the summer, including a series of five two-day mini festival dates across the country. For more info, visit the PL website.
What’s better than 4K resolution in a monitor? Four times 4K! Yes, previously only seen in prototypes or in sizes far too large for a desktop, we’re excited to announce our new 8K monitor.As the world’s number one monitor brand for three years running, we are relentless in our commitment to delivering the best visual experiences for our customers. It’s a mantel we don’t take lightly, which is why we’re so excited to deliver the world’s first 32-inch 8K and the world’s overall thinnest monitor, as well as a slew of other exciting products at #ces2017 in Las Vegas.In 2015, we brought you the UltraSharp 34 Curved Monitor with its innovative curved display and the UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K Monitor with its stunning 5K resolution – both CES Innovation Award Honorees. In 2016, we announced our first OLED Monitor and brought the innovative InfinityEdge technology, that debuted in 2015 on XPS 13, to our monitor portfolio. This year, we announced an extensive new lineup of innovative monitors, including the Dell UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K, the Dell 27 Ultrathin Monitor with Dell’s innovative HDR feature, two new innovative P-series monitors and the first consumer monitors to offer Dell’s InfinityEdge display on our updated S family of monitors.Dell UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K Monitor (UP3218K)With our new UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K Monitor (UP3218K), we’re pushing the boundaries of innovation to feature four times more content than Ultra HD 4K resolution and 16 times more content than Full HD in addition to 33.2 million pixels of resolution compared to a 5K monitor’s 14 million pixels of resolution. The new UP3218K offers breakthrough realism with the finest details and color-critical performance for a truly transcendent visual experience thanks to Dell PremierColor, which offers 1.07 billion colors and 100 percent Adobe RGB and 100 percent sRGB, and an unprecedented 280 ppi to view most images in native format. Feast your eyes!Dell 27 Ultrathin Monitor (S2718D)Earning the distinction of CES 2017 Innovation Awards Honoree and featuring the world’s overall thinnest profile, the new Dell 27 Ultrathin Monitor’s striking design is sure to catch the eye. With Quad HD technology and USB Type-C connectivity, the S2718D integrates a sleek, modern design aesthetic to complement any space and offers an expansive entertainment experience without borders, courtesy of Dell’s InfinityEdge display. Position the stunning display however feels best with the articulated hinge and enjoy an unhampered view from nearly any angle. Sophisticated and understated, this state-of-the-art design beautifully and subtly houses the critical components in a slim base, making it perfect for a multitude of lifestyles and contemporary workspaces.Not only is the ultrathin design remarkable but the S2718D also offers Dell’s HDR feature, which allows you to experience the next generation of entertainment with stunning visuals in high dynamic range, enhancing the experience with exceptionally vivid images, higher clarity with visibly vibrant textures and increased contrast. Sporting built-in USB Type-C connectivity for added convenience of all-in-one cable management, ComfortView and a flicker-free screen for eye comfort, the S2718D adds convenience to an already astounding visual experience.We’re also excited to announce two other innovative monitors at CES 2017 – the Dell 24 Touch Monitor (P2418HT) and the Dell 24 Monitor for Video Conferencing (P2418HZ).The Dell 24 Touch Monitor features an anti-glare touch screen that allows for intuitive 10-point touch, compatible with Windows 10, without a distracting reflection or fingerprints. The P2418HT also sports a unique articulating stand that offers height adjustment, as well as extended tilt and swivel capabilities so you can position it however you like for an ideal experience. The Dell 24 Monitor for Video Conferencing improves collaboration with its built-in two megapixel Full HD IR camera with privacy shutter, noise-cancelling microphone and dual 5W speakers. It was purposefully designed to be Microsoft Skype for Business certified, including secure facial authentication via Windows Hello and hands-free commands via Microsoft Cortana.Additionally, our new consumer family of monitors is primed to thrill your senses. Coming in sizes ranging from 22-inch to 27-inch, the new family pairs compelling design aesthetics with expansive onscreen experiences. The Dell 24 and 27 Monitors (S2418HX/S2718HX) are the first consumer monitors to offer Dell’s InfinityEdge display for a virtually borderless experience, adding to the UltraSharp InfinityEdge lineup of monitors announced at CES 2016, plus Dell’s HDR feature1 to enhance the viewing experience. The Dell 24 and 27 InfinityEdge Monitors also feature dual 6W external speakers that provide premium, uncompromised sound, professionally tuned by award-winning Waves Maxx Audio. The Dell 22 and 23 Monitors (S2218H/S2318HX) let you see more with less distraction with three-sided ultrathin bezels and offer dual 3W built-in speakers.Dell Premier Wireless Keyboard and Mouse (KM717)Last but certainly not least, productivity just got easier thanks to the Dell Premier Wireless Keyboard and Mouse combination that pairs elegant design and comfort with flexible wireless connectivity. With Dell Universal Pairing and Bluetooth LE, connect up to six compatible keyboards and mice using 2.4GHz wireless and easily switch between three devices such as a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Work anywhere with the track-on-glass laser mouse that performs on nearly any surface, including glass and high-gloss surfaces. Designed with premium materials, the KM717 fits into virtually any workspace and the sleek design provides comfortable usage for the course of the day. With a 12-month keyboard and six-month mouse battery life, the KM717 offers the type of day-to-day reliability that is synonymous with Dell.Pricing and availabilityThe Dell UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K Monitor (UP3218K) will be available March 23 on Dell.com in the United States starting at $4,999.The Dell 27 Ultrathin Monitor (S2718D) will be available March 23 on Dell.com in the United States starting at $699.99.The Dell 24 Touch Monitor (P2418HT) will be available Jan. 12 on Dell.com in the United States starting at $399.99 and the Dell 24 Monitor for Video Conferencing (P2418HZ) will be available Jan. 12 on Dell.com in the United States starting at $329.99.The Dell 22 Monitor (S2218H) starts at $199.99, Dell 23 Monitor (S2318HX) starts at $219.99, Dell 24 InfinityEdge Monitor (S2418HX) starts at $289.99, and the Dell 27 InfinityEdge Monitor (S2718HX) starts at $379.99. All four S monitors will be available Feb. 23 on Dell.com in the United States.Dell Premier Wireless Keyboard and Mouse (KM717) are available on Dell.com starting at $99.99. 1 Dell HDR monitors require HDR10 enabled content from a compatible source like your service provider, a Blu-ray disc or a game. Dell’s HDR feature has been designed with a PC user in mind and supports specifications that are different from existing TV standards for HDR. Please review the specs carefully for further details.
Construction of the Wellness Center in the D2 South lot has forced students to park further away from their on-campus destinations. Another project planned for the B1 lot this spring will also temporarily restrict parking. Notre Dame Security Police director Phil Johnson said students still have space to park on the North side of campus, though there is decreased capacity in D2 South. “With respect to D2 Lot and construction of the Wellness Center, occupancy surveys indicate that there is capacity in the adjacent lots, D2 Middle and D2 North, to accommodate spaces lost in D2 South due to construction,” Johnson said. But construction began to frustrate students after the semester break. Senior Colleen Coley said commuting to and from her job off-campus at the Logan Center is problematic due to the lack of parking spaces. “My conception of a good parking spot is so different than it used to be,” Coley said. “It used to be the first two rows but now, it’s the first two lots.” Coley said the most convenient lots for her schedule are full when she returns from work on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. This forces her to scramble for a spot to make it to class on time, she said. “The problem is it … is frustrating for people who have nowhere else to go and need to park every day,” Coley said. Sophomore Dan Smyth said the location for the new Wellness Center is inconvenient for students. “Since they fenced off half the lot, you can’t drive all the way through any of the close aisles,” Smyth said. “It’s always a gamble when you’re browsing for a spot.” Doug Marsh, associate vice president and University architect, said another project is scheduled to begin in the B1 lot by the Stadium. Plans to install a new storm sewer system will temporarily affect the number of parking spaces there. “There is a temporary loss of 100 spaces,” Marsh said. “These spaces will be restored by the third week of March.” An email sent to the student body on Feb. 12 said the project schedule was modified to minimize impact on faculty and staff parking during the academic year. Johnson said construction by the Stadium lot will not present significant long-term challenges for students or professors. “We have opened the visitor’s lot to provide additional spaces for faculty who are displaced from lot B1,” Johnson said. “The impact from the Stadium project should not have a significant impact on students who use [neighboring] lot C1.” To adapt to these changes, students like sophomore Jack McLaren strategically plan when to search for a spot on campus. “I’ve noticed since the construction started that it’s harder to find a spot,” McLaren said. “I just try to time it so I get back when people are leaving, so I get a good spot.” Senior Ellen Reinke said walking back to campus from the more removed lot next to the Stepan Center creates safety concerns. “You’re standing out in the middle of Stepan,” Reinke said. “Sometimes when I’ve come back really late, I‘ve debated calling Safe Walk because it’s a really far way to walk by yourself in the dark.” Johnson said calling Safe Walk is a wise choice for students returning from the further lots. “Safety is of paramount importance. I encourage everyone to make use of Safe Walk, especially if you are walking to or arriving at a perimeter campus parking lot during hours of darkness,” Johnson said. “A Safe Walk team will walk you to any point on campus.”
What comes next for Hamilton? Well, NBC would like to do a screen adaptation of the Broadway megahit. “I think sure, we’d love to be able to film Hamilton in some capacity but I think it would be years before they even look at a movie or any kind of film version of that show,” said NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt, who also invested in the tuner (lucky man!).”It’s a thrilling theatrical experience,” E! News reports Greenblatt as going on to say. “I think it’d be a thrilling movie or television experience, and yeah, I’d love to. I think it’s unrealistic for a decade or so, but check back with me then.” In the meantime, we’ll have to focus on the network honcho’s most recent announcement, that Hairspray will be its December 2016 live telecast.As if you didn’t know already, Hamilton is playing at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Directed by Thomas Kail and featuring a book, music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton is inspired by the book Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow. The new musical follows the scrappy young immigrant who forever changed America, from bastard orphan to Washington’s right hand man, rebel to war hero, loving husband caught in the country’s first sex scandal to Treasury head who made an untrusting world believe in the American economy. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Eliza Hamilton and lifelong Hamilton friend and foe, Aaron Burr, all make appearances in the tuner about America’s fiery past.Starring Miranda in the title role, the cast also currently includes Christopher Jackson as George Washington, Leslie Odom Jr. as Aaron Burr, Phillipa Soo as Eliza Hamilton, Jonathan Groff as King George, Anthony Ramos as John Laurens/Phillip Hamilton, Daveed Diggs as Marquis De Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson, Renée Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Javier Muñoz as Hamilton alternate. Hamilton Related Shows Lin-Manuel Miranda Star Files View Comments from $149.00
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Arkansas Business:The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association examined utility trends, heard from industry leaders and bestowed awards for energy efficiency and renewable innovations Tuesday in Little Rock. But the annual conference’s “mic-drop moment” came when an award winner announced that he’ll be seeking the state’s first utility-wide electricity rate decrease tied to savings from solar power.Mark Cayce, CEO of Ouachita Electric Cooperative Corp. of Camden, drew a standing ovation from the energy efficiency and solar crowd at Heifer International headquarters when he made the rate announcement after receiving the association’s initial Advanced Energy Pioneer Award.“I made some pretty bold statements in support of solar power when the Legislature was considering solar policy, predicting that solar could actually bring rates down,” Cayce told the gathered renewable energy entrepreneurs, contractors and utility representatives. “Today I can announce that after our most recent rate study, on Oct. 17 we’re going to be seeking a 4 and 1/2-percent rate decrease at Ouachita Electric Cooperative Corp.”OECC, which serves about 7,000 members in south Arkansas and north Louisiana, was an early solar adopter as a partner with Aerojet Rocketdyne Inc. in a 12-megawatt array to power defense plant operations in East Camden in 2016. At the time, the array was the state’s largest solar project. OECC later built its own community solar station outside its Camden headquarters, and partnered with Today’s Power Inc. on an array for Southern Arkansas University Tech in Camden.Cayce has said that solar power saves the cooperative’s members by significantly reducing the amount of power the utility has to buy at premium prices during peak summer usage.“That was the mic-drop moment,” said Josh Davenport, CEO of Seal Solar Solutions of North Little Rock, describing Cayce’s rate-cut announcement. “We hear about cost-shifting from solar, but this is savings-shifting,” he said, referring to the common utility argument that solar adoption shifts infrastructure costs to utility customers who don’t have solar power. “This is the opposite,” Davenport said.More: At advanced energy event, solar power fuels a surprise rate-cut plan Arkansas co-op announces plan to cut rates because of savings from solar power projects