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October 7, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 10/7 Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailVolleyballRegion 20HILDALE, Utah-The Water Canyon Wildcats stormed past Milford 3-1 Wednesday in Region 20 volleyball action. The Wildcats prevailed 23-25, 25-16, 25-14 and 25-16 to win against the Tigers, going away.TROPIC, Utah-The Panguitch Bobcats drilled Bryce Valley 3-0 in Region 20 volleyball action Wednesday. The Bobcats prevailed 25-12, 25-18 and 25-12 to get the straight sets victory.Non-RegionMT. PLEASANT, Utah-The South Sevier Rams outlasted North Sanpete 3-2 in non-region volleyball action Wednesday. The Rams overcame an 0-2 deficit to prevail 22-25, 12-25, 25-21, 27-25 and 15-13 in the clincher. Tags: Roundup Brad James
Facebook Three Concord Communinty Schools switch to E-learning through rest of October By Brooklyne Beatty – October 21, 2020 0 409 Pinterest Google+ Facebook Google+ TAGSConcord Community SchoolsConcord Intermediate SchoolConcord Junior High SchoolConcord West Side ElementarycoronavirusCOVID-19e-learninglearningNovember 2virtual WhatsApp IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp (Photo Supplied/Concord Community Schools) Three Concord Community Schools are switching to virtual learning for the rest of the month.Concord Junior High School, Concord Intermediate School and Concord West Side Elementary will all shift to E-learning, as a significant percentage of students are either in isolation or are quarantining.ABC 57 News reports the schools plan to return to in-person classes on November 2. Twitter Pinterest Twitter Previous articleAMBER Alert for 5-year-old girl missing from Huntington Indiana canceledNext articleIndiana BMV extends hours leading up to Election Day Brooklyne Beatty
Rockers The Hip Abduction have announced a string of summer tour dates that kick-off in June and take the band through the Mid-West this July, before returning back to the Big Apple this August. The dates come on the heels of their latest album release, Gold Under the Glow, and will include two shows supporting ALO.The Hip Abduction’s unique emphasis of African stringed instruments (kora, ngoni), blended with tropical, dub-reggae bass lines and funky afro-beat percussion is catching the attention of critics and festivals nationwide. With appearances at Shaky Knees, Purple Hatter’s Ball, Deep Roots Mountain Revival, FloydFest and more, there’s no excuse to miss them!You can check out the tour schedule below, and head to their website for details.The Hip Abduction Tour Dates05/06/16 – Calico Room – Wilmington, NC05/07/16 – NC Brewers & Music Festival – Huntersville, NC05/11/16 – WNRN Presents at The Broadberry – Richmond, VA05/12/16 – Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, NC05/13/16 – Gottrocks – Greenville, SC05/14/16 – Shaky Knees Music Festival – Atlanta, GA05/27/16 – The Pourhouse – Charleston, SC ^05/28/16 – Mountain Sports Fest – Asheville, NC06/02/16 – WRLT Thunderground Session – Nashville, TN06/04/16 – Barrel House South – Savannah, GA06/17/16 – Summer Sounds Concert Series – Cedarburg, WI06/18/16 – Purple Hatters Ball – Live Oak, FL06/23/16 – Panama City Beach Concert Series – Panama City Beach, FL07/09/16 – Rock N Bowl – New Orleans, LA07/13/16 – Crested Butte Mountain Resort – Crested Butte, CO07/14/16 – Ridgeway Concert Series – Ridgeway, CO07/15/16 – Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO07/16/16 – The Denver Deluxe – Denver, CO07/20/16 – Bottleneck – Lawrence, KS07/22/16 – Levitt Shell – Memphis, TN07/29-30/16 – FloydFest – Floyd, VA08/05/16 – Funky Biscuit – Boca Raton, FL08/06/16 – RTEAM Summer Concert Series – Jacksonville, FL08/18/16 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY*08/19/16 – Hamilton – Washington, DC*08/20/16 – Snowshoe Summer Concert Series – Snowshoe, WV08/25/16 – Anchor’s Bend Beach Stage – Asbury Park, NJ09/01/16 – US National Whitewater Center – Charlotte, NC09/03/16 – Front Porch Fest – Stuart, VA09/15/16 – Rhythm & Brews Series – Hendersonville, NC09/17/16 – Deep Roots Mountain Revival – Masontown, WV* with ALO^ with Passafire
Brook Trout. North Fork, Mormons River. Tricked him with a size 14 Royal Wolff on a 3-weight. Fall.Fall is great. The weather is cool, the leaves pop off like a Ke$ha show, pumpkin gets infused into everything, Christmas is just around the corner. The list goes on. Although I have nearly run over people, literally, on a couple pre-work jogs in the dark – they would have been fine, I don’t go that fast – the fall season is one I look forward to, not just due to the reasons stated a second ago, but because of something I like to call Delayed Harvest. Ok, everyone calls it that, but that doesn’t change anything.Delayed Harvest is a trout stocking program that restricts streams and rivers to artificial lures and catch and release only from October through May-ish, when the water is sufficiently cold enough to support a healthy trout habitat. These types of restrictions give fly fishermen, and sport fishermen in general, a leg up on the angling competition by keeping the fish in the river during prime conditions. Most states on the Atlantic have some sort of Delayed Harvest program that varies in dates depending on water temperature and how much the water gets fished. During the summer months here in central Virginia, it gets TOO DAMN HOT for trout to survive through July and August – it’s pretty tough for us humans, also – so after the specified date, you can keep a daily limit.I have been obsessed with fishing as of late; my jones being stoked by numerous sources, but obviously the internet has a lot to do with it – that internet is crazy. Fly fishing videos have been pouring into the ether like ski porn in the 00’s or regular porn in the 90’s, and it is good. Finally, some fishermen have put down the rod for a hot second to film some bros catching pigs in HD. This is what time it is, so get on board.Unfortunately, we’re two weeks into the season and I have yet to wet a line. Disappointing? Yes. Pathetic? Yes. Soul Crushing? …Almost.I love trout fishing, like, a lot, but I did get some great smallie fishing in this summer. Nothing beats chucking big poppers with a 7-weight in a big river. Smallmouth bass act very similar to big brown trout: coming up from deep pools, a deceptively small strike/slurp, and big runs to go with their big girth. Plus you can splash around in warm water, which is nice. But warm water fish are pretty dumb, and easy to fool. Trout, even stocked trout, are much more discerning when considering their next meal. This is the art and beauty of fly fishing, why we make it so hard on ourselves, and why it is such and all-consuming endeavor. 1 2
Scientists are organizing a march on Washington D.C. following the historic women’s march on January 21st that took place in cities around the world. “This will be a starting point to take a stand for science in politics,” say the organizers on their site.The idea of such a rally was first suggested on the website Reddit by a user, saying “There needs to be a scientists’ march on Washington.” The comment rapidly snowballed into a movement. A Facebook group for the scientists’ march grew to 350,000 within 24 hours.An official date will be announced soon. “Scientists worldwide have been alarmed by the clear anti-science actions taken by the Trump administration,” said one of the organizers in an email. “It has been less than a week, and there have already been funding freezes and efforts to restrict scientists from communicating their findings from tax-funded research with the public. These actions cannot be allowed to stand as policy.”Organizers say that the march is a non-partisan protest that addresses issues related to government funding for scientists, government transparency, and climate change.Non-scientists are also invited to join the march. You can learn more about the march and the movement here.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An MTA worker from Levittown is reportedly paying the consequences for allegedly taking home a generator amid the Hurricane Sandy blackout that consumed most of Long Island.Gregory Lombardi was demoted from assistant chief mechanical officer to supervisor and had his salary slashed in half after the Metropolitan Transit Authority investigated the incident, the New York Daily News reported, citing unnamed sources.A spokesman for the agency would only confirm that Lombardi was demoted sometime last week.Lombardi’s $165,000 salary was knocked down to $83,000 a year following the investigation, and two other workers who helped him also faced disciplinary actions, according to the report.The two unnamed transit workers helped Lombardi load the MTA’s generator onto a truck before Lombardi transported it home, the paper reported.Another Long Islander, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s emergency management chief, got the ax last year after it came to light that he instructed government workers to clear a tree from his Suffolk County home after Sandy.
No one out there can be completely prepared for various types of natural disasters that may impact us at one point or another. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have reminded us of that. The unknowns and uncontrollables – severity of impact, power, availability of fuel and household goods, necessity to travel and medical attention, just to name a few – can wreak havoc for even the best-prepared individuals and businesses.In the credit union space, there is one universal certainty in these situations: the need for members to access cash and credit frequently, and in amounts that are likely higher than their usual needs. Other variables further complicate the situation: many of these members may be displaced from their homes, without power or access to regular mail delivery, or just plain digging out from damage.As part of any credit union’s playbook for preparing to deal with disaster-related events, consideration should be given to how to help members in the most immediate way possible: by making it easier to access and use cash, debit and credit cards in an emergency situation. Below is a list of options to consider as part of your credit union’s disaster preparedness planning. While each comes with an associated cost, the benefits of providing such a valuable service far outweigh the costs not only during times of need but in the goodwill and loyalty generated among thankful members that extend far beyond the immediate crisis.Enable no-fee skip pay programs for qualified credit card accounts (and other consumer loans like auto and unsecured personal loans)Waive any replacement card and rush fees for both debit and credit cardsTemporary (or permanent) credit line increases – including any separate cash advance limitWaiver of any credit card cash advance or balance transfer feesSuspension of credit card late and return check feesIncrease any daily withdrawal, transactional and dollar volume limits for both credit and debit cardsSuspend non-credit union ATM fees and refund surcharges assessed by other financial institutionsIf a widespread ATM outage exists, message members to remind them of the availability of surcharge-free networks (if applicable), credit union shared branching locations (if you are evacuating) and getting cash back at retail merchantsFully stock ATMs with cash (versus partial stock) and temporarily utilize a higher denomination of currency ($20 bills versus multiple denominations)If you have domestic geographic limitations of card use or fraud controls based on domestic geography, consider loosening or removing themProtect members’ credit scores by providing disaster codes and comments when reporting credit data to a credit bureau; establish hardship and collection plans that can include interest rate decreases, re-aging and no payment required programs for up to 90 days, where viable, and determine if holding some accounts for charge-off based on circumstances is warrantedInclude debit and credit card changes/actions as part of any key member communications; additional communications or linkage can be provided by way of email, social media, statement messages, and text messagingRelated digital services that can be promoted include E-statements, online/mobile banking, bill pay, online cash advances (where available) and adding authorized users for credit cardsCredit unions should consider establishing a relationship with a third-party partner that offers call center support services. Cardholder calls can be routed to these partners during situations in which credit union facilities are non-operational or key credit union personnel are unavailable. PSCU provides comprehensive 24/7/365 member support through multiple call centers located throughout the United States. Swiftness and accuracy in implementing changes are essential to avoid further disruption. Quick decisions must be made about the extent, duration and temporary nature of any interventions. These options provide credit unions with the means to take quick action to address one of the most important needs of members in a time of crisis: urgent, easy and fair access to cash and credit. 27SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Chris Joy Chris Joy is a Principal Consultant with the Credit Card practice at PSCU’s Advisors Plus. Together, PSCU and Advisors Plus’ products, financial services solutions and service model collectively support … Web: www.pscu.com Details
3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » Fraud attacks on mobile transactions rose 44% in the United States and 24% globally year over year for the first half of 2018, and a third of all fraud now targets mobile channels, according to a new analysis from cybersecurity company ThreatMetrix.The San Jose, Calif.-based firm’s study of 17.6 billion digital transactions during the first six months of the year also found that financial institutions were hit with 81 million cybercrime attacks, including 27 million that targeted the mobile channel.Most digital transactions now mobileMore than half (58%) of all digital transactions — including account creations, logins and payments — now originate from mobile devices, ThreatMetrix said.
Jenna also suggested affordable ways to implement cardio into your routine. Jenna Moore is Binghamton University’s Director of Fitness and Wellness for Campus Recreational Services, and owner of Jam Fitness – a fitness studio in Vestal. In addition to the regular classes, the team has added new classes, including Zumba for kids and recovery/stress relief yoga classes. (WBNG) — Getting into a fitness routine can be difficult in general, but during quarantine it may be even more challenging. “There’s a lot of things around the house, you’d be surprised will work just as well as hand weights. If you’re looking for lighter hand weights, grab two water bottles or two cans of beans out of your pantry,” she says. The fitness industry has had to adapt amid the coronavirus pandemic, meaning your workouts may look different. “There’s so many options right now to stay physically active from the convenience of your home while maintaining social distancing,” she says. No matter which way you choose to stay active, it comes back to finding a balance between mental and physical health. If you cannot access online classes, Jenna shared other ways to get on your feet at home. “Like” Nicole Menner on Facebook and “Follow” her on Twitter. With technology readily at our hands, you can also turn workouts into a friendly competition with your friends, through social media or Fitbits or Apple watches. “Tagging ten of your friends and saying you know I challenge you to ten pushups. That’s the accountability piece. It’s like okay I got tagged, I have to do it,” Moore says. Moore says every fitness trainer in the studio has decided to teach routines online. Jenna also said if you want something heavier, using a bag of flour or loading a backpack with books will do the trick. Jam Fitness has turned to virtual classes as a way to keep the Jam family together. “We’re really excited they have this as part of their routine still intact and can connect with their fitness friends,” says Moore. “If you’re looking for cardio to do at home, purchase a jump rope for less than ten dollars. Grab a resistance band anywhere from for $10 to $25,” she says. “People always ask me what is the best workout to do, and my answer will always be, whether you’re in quarantine or not, is the workout you like to do that keeps you consistent and showing up,” Moore says.