first_img The Presbyterian Church had Utqiaġvik in its name before the vote, but the side of the building still has the location as Barrow, Alaska. (Photo by Ravenna Koeniq/Alaska’s Energy Desk/KTOO) Looking north out onto the sea ice from close to shore. (Photo by Ravenna Koeniq/Alaska’s Energy Desk/KTOO) Arctic Field School students taking measurements on Elson lagoon as part of field school. Some of their time was spent getting instruction from professors, and some was spent working on answering research questions they formulated out in the field. (Photo by Ravenna Koeniq/Alaska’s Energy Desk/KTOO) Milepost by the Will Rogers and Wiley Post memorial. One of many visible ways that “Barrow” still has a presence in Utqiaġvik. (Photo by Ravenna Koeniq/Alaska’s Energy Desk/KTOO) City Hall was one of a few places where Utqiaġvik has been incorporated into the official insignia. (Photo by Ravenna Koeniq/Alaska’s Energy Desk/KTOO) Alaska’s Energy Desk | Arctic | Climate Change | Environment | Government | Local Government | North SlopeReporter returns to Utqiaġvik, finds 24/7 sun and pronunciation variationsJune 19, 2018 by Matt Miller, KTOO Share:Ravenna Koenig of Alaska’s Energy Desk/KTOO stands on the leading edge of the sea ice while recording sound for a story about Arctic Field School. (Photo courtesy of Lindsay Cameron)Ravenna Koenig of Alaska’s Energy Desk has traveled to Utqiaġvik three times so far this year to report on events and issues on the North Slope.She shares her impressions of flying into town over miles and miles of expansive white tundra and watching birds, people, and kids out and about in the sun until late at night.She also talks about reporting on the fairly contentious vote to change the name of Barrow to Utqiaġvik, and how that has developed in daily conversation and signage around town over the last year. Listen to Ravenna Koenig talk about her trips to Utqiaġvik trips and hear the variations in residents’ pronunciation:Audio Playerhttps://media.ktoo.org/2018/06/14Utqiagvik.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Share this story:last_img read more

first_imgHome Sport GAA Clonaslee force league playoff following big win over Barrowhouse SportGAAGaelic FootballHurling Clonaslee force league playoff following big win over Barrowhouse WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Previous articleLeinster Final Memory: Greatest day of all in 2003Next articleJOB VACANCIES: Oakdale Nursing Home in Portarlington are looking to fill a number of roles Steven Millerhttp://www.laoistoday.ieSteven Miller is owner and managing editor of LaoisToday.ie. From Laois, Steven studied Journalism in DCU and has 14 years experience in the media, almost 10 of those in an editorial role. Husband of Emily, father of William and Lillian, he’s happiest when he’s telling stories or kicking a point. Pinterest WhatsApp Community By Steven Miller – 20th June 2018 The ongoing troublesome issue of walkovers in the Laois hurling and football leagues raised its head this evening again – after Clonaslee’s big win over Barrowhouse ensure that three teams finished level on points in joint second place in ACFL Division 2.Barrowhouse were seeking their third win in five days but were no match for a Clonaslee side that ran out comfortable 4-10 to 0-5 winners.The result means that Courtwood, Clonaslee and Barrowhouse finish level on 14 points, one behind St Joseph’s who have topped the division.But because Clonaslee were awarded the points from their games against Annanough and Graiguecullen, scoring difference cannot be used.A similar scenario raised its head in Division 1 of the hurling league – in both the relegation and knockout places.In the relegation instance a playoff was ordered by the Laois CCC but it will be interesting to see what decision they come to here as promotion is also an issue.Something similar could play out at the bottom of that division as wins for Annanough over Timahoe or Kilcavan over Park-Ratheniska could leave at least three teams on six points but again scoring difference couldn’t be used because of walkovers.The Clonaslee footballers have an ACFL Division 2 semi-final to look forward to after they recorded a big win over Barrowhouse in the last regular league game for both side.In Division 1A of the hurling league there was a big win for Rathdowney-Errill over Clonad. That result means that Rathdowney-Errill go straight into that final while the semi-final between Rosenallis and Ballinakill will be played this Saturday in the Laois GAA Centre of Excellence.In Division 2 Clough-Ballacolla’s win over Shanahoe means Ballacolla go into the final while Borris-Kilcotton had a 1-15 to 2-11 win over Slieve Bloom but the same sides will have to meet again in the semi-final.The results to hand this evening are:ACHL Division 1AClonad 2-3 Rathdowney-Errill 2-19ACHL Division 2Clough-Ballacolla 3-15 Shanahoe 1-15Mountmellick 1-19 Castletown 1-14ACFL Division 2Barrowhouse 0-5 Clonaslee 4-10ACFL Division 4Camross v Arles-Kilcruise – conceded by Arles-KilcruiseU-17 Hurling LeaguePortlaoise 3-10 Rosenallis 2-16U-13 Football League Division 2 FinalThe Harps 3-3 Camross 2-8U-13 Football League Division 3 Cup Semi FinalStradbally Parish Gaels 4-14 Spink 6-10 Twitter Pinterest Community RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSLaois GAA Results Facebook Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Rugby Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’last_img read more

first_imgWFP Senior Official visits Government and WFP programmes in Egypt WFPCAIRO – The United Nations World Food Programme’s (WFP) Chief of Staff, Gresham Barrett, this week visited joint Government and WFP programmes in the city of Luxor, looking at projects promoting women’s economic empowerment, rural development and education. The visit took place at ‘El Boghdadi’ village, one of the 123 communities supported under the rural development programme run by WFP and the Government. The delegation toured consolidated land plants and learned about improved agro-processing and irrigation techniques. Together, the interventions have increased smallholder farmers’ income by 30 percent and significantly reduced crop-losses as well as water usage by more than 25 percent.Following the Government’s request to scale-up this successful rural development model to 1 million smallholder farmers, WFP and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development are working together to expand the model to 90 villages in 6 governorates at a cost of about $7.6 million (EGP 120 million).“With the COVID-19 pandemic, the sustainability of development programmes has been tested and we’re happy to see that the approach taken in Egypt has withstood this test,” said WFP Chief of Staff, Gresham Barrett. “By empowering all members of a household, these interventions allow families and their communities to achieve lasting positive change in agriculture, nutrition, food security and education.”“I highly commend the existing collaboration between the Government of Egypt and WFP in improving food security and resilience of vulnerable communities, a high priority in Egypt’s Vision 2030. The Government of Egypt is committed to making the most of its strategic partnership with the UN and its specialized agencies to not only advance national development priorities but also to support development in the region and neighbouring African countries,” said former WFP Executive Board President, and current Ambassador of Egypt in Rome, Hisham Badr.The delegation also visited one of the 120 flagship ‘Community Hubs’ developed jointly by the Ministry of Education and WFP. The ‘Community Hubs’ model involves transforming community schools (one-classroom, multi-grade schools) with technological tools and internet connectivity. This allows them to serve as “knowledge hubs” promoting digital learning and acting as knowledge-sharing platforms for the community at large.The visit concluded with a tour of the ‘Luxor Coordination Centre for Knowledge Sharing and Innovation to Promote Resilience in Upper Egypt’. The Centre, managed jointly by the Government and WFP, supports the 2030 Agenda and national developmental priorities through the exchange of best practices and innovations among Government and development entities. Among the Center’s services, an online platform was established highlighting Egypt’s successful development practices.“The Government of Egypt and WFP have established a very strong foundation of development work that has proven effective and sustainable in empowering vulnerable communities economically and socially. I am confident that with the support of our donors and partners that we’ll be able to expand these successful interventions further,” said WFP Representative and Country Director in Egypt Menghestab Haile. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Africa, African, Agriculture, Ambassador, developmental, Egypt, empowerment, Government, innovation, resilience, Rome, sustainability, sustainable, UN, United Nations, WFPlast_img read more

first_img TAGSBureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac Facebook Linkedin ReddIt Share AdvertisementInspiring creative cocktails and the spirit of competition July 22, 2020 – The Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac (BNIC)—the entity promoting, protecting and developing the Cognac Geographic Indication and culture—is pleased to announce the launch of its new Cognac Connection campaign in the US. This online program has the core objective of educating and inspiring cocktail professionals on the Cognac region and spirit, as well as providing support during these challenging times. Partnering with industry guiding lights and vanguards, Lynnette Marrero and Ivy Mix of Speed Rack, along with media partner, VinePair, the multi-faceted campaign includes a series of activations such as virtual tastings for trade and media and Instagram lives with Speed Rack, Cognac Educators and cocktail influencers. The pillar of the campaign, the “Cognac Connection Challenge”, is a cocktail competition open to all professional bartenders/mixologists. Entrants are required to submit an original cognac-based cocktail, which will be judged both on creativity and deliciousness, along with other criteria. The competition will run from August 1 through August 31, 2020. The judging panel includes Lynnette Marrero and Ivy Mix of Speed Rack, certified Cognac Educators and a VinePair representative. Ten bartenders whose cocktails receive the top scores will each receive a scholarship award valued at $1,000, and their cocktails will be showcased across social media channels as well as compiled into a digital recipe book, which will be available for download this fall on CognacConnection.com. Virtual events include an educational webinar for trade and a media happy hour in August. “The US is our #1 market due in part to the dedicated cocktail professionals across the country who have embraced cognac. We are pleased to support them in in these challenging times,” stated Claire Caillaud, Director of Communications, BNIC. Co-founders of Speed Rack, Lynnette Marrero and Ivy Mix, shared, “We’re thrilled to partner with the BNIC for the Cognac Connection campaign. This initiative will be an immersion into the world of Cognac, and the cocktails we love made with this incredibly versatile spirit.” Visit CognacConnection.com for complete campaign details and competition rules. Agriculture any the European The responsibility author content only Commission and of information Food and this for is any Executive article his/her and use it represents the that contains. ABOUT THE BUREAU NATIONAL INTERPROFESSIONNEL DU COGNAC: The BNIC (Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac) represents, fosters and protects the Cognac Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée in France and abroad. In the 150 countries where Cognac is sold, this AOC assures consumers a product of exceptional quality. With a membership that equally represents the agricultural and commercial interests of Cognac, the BNIC is the consultative and decision- making body for the 4,260 winegrowers, 120 distillers and 280 merchants of the Cognac appellation. Home Industry News Releases The Cognac Connection Campaign Launches Industry News ReleasesWine BusinessThe Cognac Connection Campaign Launches By Press Release – July 22, 2020 174 0 center_img Advertisement Email Twitter Pinterest Previous articleWashington Wine Launches Sommlight Conversation SeriesNext articleVivelys Introduces New Boisé Wine Profiling App Press Releaselast_img read more

first_imgInspector’s Report on Schools to be Tabled December 17JIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay Story HighlightsThe National Education Inspectorate’s Chief Inspector is slated to be tabled in the House of Representatives on December 17.The report provides a “fair snapshot” of the performance of the island’s more than 1,000 public schools.The Ministry’s new approach to relying extensively on data to assist in advancing the various policies being developed for the education sector. RelatedNorman Manley Law School Continues Winning Streak at World Human Rights Competition FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The recently completed report of the National Education Inspectorate’s Chief Inspector is slated to be tabled in the House of Representatives on December 17.Education Minister, Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites, who made the disclosure during the Ministry’s media breakfast hosted at the Courtleigh Hotel, New Kingston, on Friday, December 13, said the report provides a “fair snapshot” of the performance of the island’s more than 1,000 public schools, a significant number of which were inspected up to March this year, and “roughly half of (which) can be said to be functioning with some level of effectiveness.”“As is our practice in the Ministry of Education, I have given this (report) to the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Andrew Holness), who is also the Education Spokesman…and invited his comments and criticisms,” the Minister stated.Meanwhile, Rev. Thwaites underscored the Ministry’s new approach to relying extensively on data to assist in advancing the various policies being developed for the education sector.He noted that in previous years, Ministry decisions taken and pursued were, “with very good intention,” often based on “special interest cries…anecdotal evidence or the response to a crisis.”“I do not believe that this is the way we should go. Therefore, we have developed a far greater reliance on data and we are ready to provide the public with available data on a variety of the Ministry’s undertakings,” Rev. Thwaites assured. RelatedEducation Minister Says Heart Trust/NTA is a Special Institutioncenter_img Related71 St. Catherine Residents Receive Heart/NTA Certification Photo: JIS PhotographerMinister of Education, the Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites. Inspector’s Report on Schools to be Tabled December 17 EducationDecember 16, 2013Written by: Douglas McIntosh Advertisementslast_img read more

first_img The Spanish units of Telefonica and Samsung are developing two prototypes for the Internet of Things (IoT) that promise to integrate the vendor’s mobile devices with the operator’s Thinking Things platform.One prototype combines a Telefonica module with Samsung’s devices and sensors. The idea is to identify new products and services.The second development involves a physical button that “will be used to simplify the application of IoT capabilities in different environments”.No further information is available about the physical button, which sounds reminiscent of Amazon’s announcement earlier this year of a Dash button that users attach to household devices and press to top up everyday items, such as washing powder.The partnership between Telefonica and Samsung is interesting because both companies have separately stated the importance of IoT to their future businesses.The link up is between the Spanish R&D unit of Samsung and Telefonica I + D, the operator’s R&D unit headquartered in Madrid, and will look at new technologies and use cases for IoT.“Telefonica’s Product innovation area is looking beyond the current commercial offer of Telefonica. We want to extend our connectivity to all kinds of new devices, making the development of applications using these devices really simple,” said Francisco Jariego, Telefónica I+D’s IoT industrial director.“Working together with Samsung is essential to speed up the go to market of our innovation efforts in IoT, a technology which is here to stay,” he added. Former Ericsson employees charged in bribery case Previous ArticleCisco CTO to leave this summer as C-level upheaval continuesNext ArticleDevelopers losing interest in Windows Phone platform EricssonTelefonica Author Richard Handford AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 02 JUN 2015 Telefónica refuerza la seguridad de las cadenas de bloquescenter_img Español Ericsson, Leonardo team on 5G products Related Home Telefonica, Samsung working on physical button for IoT Tags Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more last_img read more

first_img Email A Kalispell girl charged with two counts of deliberate homicide after police say she attempted suicide by driving her car into oncoming traffic has filed a lawsuit against the estate of the woman who died.The lawsuit filed in Flathead County District Court names the estate of 35-year-old Erin Thompson of Columbia Falls as well as the construction company that built the U.S. 93 overpass at Church Drive where the collision took place near Kalispell on March 19, 2009. The girl is seeking unspecified damages.The girl and her father filed the lawsuit on July 15 contending Thompson, four months pregnant, caused the crash. Her 13-year-old son, Caden Odell, also died.Thompson’s husband, Jason Thompson, is listed in the lawsuit as the representative of the estate.Also named in the lawsuit are Knife River Corp., Western Traffic Control Inc. and Mountain West Holding Co.Police say the girl was traveling southbound when she crossed the centerline at a speed of 85 mph.Investigators believe the girl was trying to commit suicide after arguing with her boyfriend earlier in the day. Shortly before the crash, authorities say, she sent him several text messages, including one that said, “Good bye … My last words …” and one that said, “If I won. I would have you. And I wouldn’t crash my car.”But self-employed engineer, Scott A. Curry, testified at a preliminary hearing as a defense witness that there was no evidence the girl’s car was in the northbound lane.According to the lawsuit, the girl suffered permanent injuries, along with mental pain and suffering, and cites loss of income along with past, present and future medical expenses. Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox.last_img read more

first_img Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. Democrat Jon Tester retained his U.S. Senate seat, warding off a strong challenge from Republican Congressman Denny Rehberg.At about 9 a.m. Wednesday, with more than 440,000 votes tallied statewide, Tester held nearly a 4 percent lead over Rehberg, 48.6 to 44.8. Libertarian Dan Cox had received 6.5 percent of the vote. The race was still close enough that it had not been officially called in Tester’s favor when the Beacon went to print.The race was one of the most hotly contested, closely watched and expensive in the nation, with control of the Senate possibly at stake. However, well before Montana’s results were finalized Tuesday night, Democrats had already successfully defended their Senate majority following victories in key states such as Massachusetts and Missouri.Nearly $30 million of outside money poured into the race, in addition to the roughly $18 million spent by the campaigns themselves. Montana voters were flooded with television, radio and newspapers ads, along with phone surveys, mailers and other constant reminders of the race’s importance.David Parker, a Montana State University political scientist who is writing a book about the race, said the campaign was unique in that it essentially featured two incumbents. While Tester was the true incumbent, Parker said Rehberg’s name recognition and six terms as Montana’s only congressman gave him qualities similar to an incumbent. The result was a race that was neck and neck from start to finish. Rehberg’s campaign persistently tried to tie Tester to President Barack Obama, saying the Democrat voted with the president 95 percent of the time. At an Oct. 14 debate in Kalispell, Tester called the “95 percent” claim “crazy,” “inaccurate” and “misleading.”Yet Tester, 56, still faced a challenge in separating himself from Obama, a fellow Democrat, in a state where the president is largely unpopular. Tester sought to portray himself as a moderate who is not afraid to diverge from the party line, citing his support of the Keystone XL pipeline, efforts to delist wolves and opposition to the auto and Wall Street bailouts. He was the only Senate Democrat to oppose both bailouts.Rehberg, 57, campaigned on the promise to reduce the federal government’s reach in an effort to spur the economy. The Republican has been a vocal opponent of the Affordable Care Act, Dodd-Frank financial reform and what he views as overly restrictive Environmental Protection Agency regulations. He touted his fiscal conservatism as chairman of a House appropriations subcommittee and repeatedly attacked Tester for his support of the federal stimulus. Tester countered that the stimulus created jobs and led to $575 million in tax breaks for Montanans.Tester, a farmer from Big Sandy, served two terms in the Montana Senate from 1999-2007, including a stint as the chamber’s president. He announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate while still serving in the Legislature and decisively won the 2006 Democratic primary before squaring off against incumbent Republican Sen. Conrad Burns. Tester edged Burns in a victory that helped give Democrats a majority in the Senate.Rehberg, a rancher and developer from Billings, served three terms in the Montana House of Representatives from 1985-1991. He then served as lieutenant governor under Republican Stan Stephens before mounting a challenge to incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Max Baucus. Rehberg lost 50-45 percent, with two third-party candidates picking up the rest of the votes.Rehberg bounced back from his Senate loss to defeat Democrat Nancy Keenan in the 2000 U.S. House race. He would go on to defend his House seat five times, winning handily each time. Rather than go for a seventh term, he decided to take another crack at the Senate and challenge Tester.Here is a link to Tester’s acceptance speech given Wednesday morning. Emaillast_img read more

first_img DL Debate – 24/05/21 Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest Google+ Twitter Google+ By News Highland – November 22, 2018 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Homepage BannerNews Pinterest 46 people awaiting beds at LUHcenter_img There’s been another major jump in the number of people awaiting in patient beds at Letterkenny University Hospital this morning. There were 46 people without beds, up 32 on yesterday. That was the second highest figure in the country today.12 of them were on Emergency Department trolleys.The INMO says 460 people were awaiting beds at hospitals across the country this morning, the largest number, 58, at University Hospital Limerick. WhatsApp Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Facebook WhatsApp Previous articlePringle and SF clash over Brexit Withdrawl Deal “vote”Next articleMajor concern in Twin Towns over by-pass proposals News Highland Facebook Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growslast_img read more

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