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State 62 and 56 closures for brush and tree removal

first_imgMadison,IN—Daily road closures are planned on S.R. 62 and S.R. 7 in Jefferson County over the next two weeks for tree and brush removal. Work may be rescheduled in the event of inclement weather.January 16, 17, and 21 : State Road 62 will be closed daily from 8am-3p east Canaan between Barbersville Creek Road and Barbersville Road (known locally as Warfield Hill) for brush and tree removal.  Detour for this closure is State Road 56.  January 23: State Road 7 will be closed between 9am and 3pm between Cragmont Street and State Road 56/Main Street( known locally as Hanging Rock Hill) in Madison for brush and tree removal. Detour for this closure ios US Highway 421.last_img read more

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1 dead in Moruca River boat collision

first_imgA two-boat collision in the Moruca River, Region One (Barima-Waini), on Friday evening has left at least one person dead. The accident occurred sometime around 19:30h in the vicinity of the Parakese Village along the Moruca River, one of the three sub-regions in the North West District (NWD).While details of the accident were sketchy up to press time, Guyana Times was able to confirm the death of 32-year-old Rodwell Daniels, a miner of Santa Rosa Village. He reportedly sustained serious injuries from thecollision.According to reports reaching this newspaper, Daniels was operating a boat in the Moruca River, when it collided into another boat coming in the opposition direction. That boat was being driver by operator Thomas Norton, 32, of Kamwatta Village. Further information revealed that one of the boats was heading to Moruca while the other was leaving. Meanwhile, when contacted Friday night, F Division (Interior Locations) Commander, RavindradatBudhram, confirmed the accident and that Daniels died as result of the collision.Budhram further indicated that Norton has been arrested and is assisting with the investigations.last_img read more

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VOODOO VENUE HOPING TO REMAIN ‘COOL’ THIS WEEKEND

first_imgVoodoo Venue have done it again, they’ve produced another action packed weekend, for club goers to enjoy, at the No.1 clubbing nightspot in Donegal. Voodoo Club is the newest and coolest venue in the North West . On Friday it’s Paddy Friel on the decks with all your latest chart & party hits.Admission only €5 with a free cocktail on entry for all females.Saturday it’s Cool FM’s Kathryn Wilson on the main floor with the very best in chart, dance, R&B & Party hits.Admission €10 with special € 7 deals for groups. See our Street Team for special offers .Book your table in Voodoo Club which includes full table service at NO EXTRA COST by emailing [email protected] or call 0749109815.Voodoo Venue where EVERYONE IS A VIP.Voodoo Vintage open every Saturday night from 9pm.Admission free from 9pm to 11pm through Voodoo Lounge.All tables almost booked for this coming weekend so get your party booked ASAP for the coming weeks as tables are filling up fast. Book your table on Facebook, e-mail [email protected] or call 0749109815 .Voodoo Venue now available for private parties Sunday to Friday.The ideal venue for that 30th,40th, 50th, Wedding after party etc.No charge on the room . Email [email protected] for more details . Voodoo Vintage – WHERE GOING OUT IS THE NEW STAYING INFollow us on Facebook for all the latest bands and deals on www.facebook.com/voodoovenueletterkennyVOODOO VENUE HOPING TO REMAIN ‘COOL’ THIS WEEKEND was last modified: May 15th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Club VoodooEntertainment line-uphome-page featuresnewsVintageVoodoo Venuelast_img read more

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QPR v Blackburn line-ups: R’s duo return to bench, Smithies debut, Rovers trio out

first_imgAlejandro Faurlin and Jamie Mackie return to the QPR squad and are on the bench for the game against Blackburn at Loftus Road.Faurlin sat out Saturday’s game against Nottingham Forest after picking up a knock in training, while Mackie has been out with a groin problem since the opening-day defeat at Charlton.Goalkeeper Alex Smithies makes his full league debut for the R’s as Rob Green is suspended after being sent off against Forest.Smithies’ inclusion is the only change to the home side’s starting line-up from Saturday’s game.Blackburn, meanwhile, are without Jason Lowe, Chris Brown and midfielder Chris Taylor.QPR: Smithies, Perch, Onuoha, Angella, Konchesky; Henry, Tozser, Phillips, Luongo, Chery, Austin.Subs: Lumley, Hall, Hill, Doughty, Faurlin, Mackie, Gladwin.Blackburn: Steele, Henley, Duffy, Hanley, Spurr, Marshall, Guthrie, Evans, Conway, Koita, Rhodes.Subs: Raya, Kilgallon, Delfouneso, Olsson, Lawrence, O’Sullivan, Akpan.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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What causes a concussion? Stanford scientists search for clues

first_imgSTANFORD — Stanford researchers have made headway in understanding the causes of concussions that could lead to improvements in helmet design and onsite detection at sporting events.In a study published in Physical Review Letters the bioengineers found concussions and other mild head injuries seem to occur when an area deep in the brain shakes more rapidly and intensely than surrounding parts of the organ. “We are pinpointing the weak point in the brain during impact with the biomechanical …last_img read more

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National Farm Machinery Show Featured Vendors and Seminars

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The National Farm Machinery Show hosts 850 exhibitors, covering over 1.2 million square feet of floor space, making it the largest indoor farm show in America.Check out these Featured Vendors while you’re there!  Fennig Equipment – West Wing Booth 3152 *Sponsor of Ohio Ag Net’s Wednesday broadcast.   InstaGro – Booth 4836 *Sponsor of Ohio Ag Net’s Thursday broadcast.   NACHURS – Booth 2320     SI Distributing – West Wing Booth 2242       Unverferth – West Wing Booths 3100, 3200 and 3206    Morton Buildings    Aside from browsing through literally thousands of products on display at the show, you are invited to attend free seminars and television program tapings that cover everything from how to improve your growing methods to the latest marketing trends in today’s industry.Wednesday, February 14, 201811:30 a.m.“Machinery Pete Updates on the Used Machinery Market” seminar presented by Greg Peterson – South Wing B 1051:00 p.m.What’s New With Combines? – Innovation in the combine market is ramping up. New sensors, onboard systems for calibration and enhanced harvest efficiency designs have come to market and more is planned for 2018. We’ll have experts on these topics on hand to discuss the latest trends in harvest tools. – Presented by Farm Progress South Wing B 1042:30 p.m.2018 Market and Weather Strategies – Join DTN/The Progressive Farmer for the latest marketing and weather outlook facing agriculture – Presented by DTN/The Progressive Farmer South Wing C 104Thursday, February 15, 20188:30 a.m.2018 Market and Weather Strategies – Join DTN/The Progressive Farmer for the latest marketing and weather outlook facing agriculture – Presented by DTN/The Progressive Farmer South Wing C 10411:30 a.m.Producing Record Corn and Soybean Yields – Leading growers and industry experts discuss strategies for growing peak corn and soybean yields and earning maximum returns – Presented by DTN/The Progressive Farmer South Wing C 1041:00 p.m.Tillage Trends for 2018 and Beyond – The rise of vertical tillage, shallow tillage, and other seedbed prep approaches has farmers scratching their heads about what’s coming next. Stop by this seminar and get the latest information on ways farmers are approaching tillage in their operations. – Presented by Farm Progress South Wing B 1042:00 p.m.“U.S. Farm Report” Live Market Roundtable Taping – South Wing B 1054:00 p.m.Bringing Tech Together – There’s a growing pile of data being captured on your farm, so how do you put that all to work? This panel will address that from a range of different perspectives, and offer you some real-world answers to the big data questions. – Presented by Farm Progress South Wing B 104Friday, February 16, 201810:00 a.m.2018 Market and Weather Strategies – Join DTN/The Progressive Farmer for the latest marketing and weather outlook facing agriculture – Presented by DTN/The Progressive Farmer South Wing C 10411:30 a.m.Producing Record Corn and Soybean Yields – Leading growers and industry experts discuss strategies for growing peak corn and soybean yields and earning maximum returns – Presented by DTN/The Progressive Farmer South Wing C 1041:00 p.m.In Season Crop Fertility – Options for your Farm – Farmers are learning that spreading out fertilizer applications can make a difference, so how do you do that? And what are the options for you to consider. This panel will address a range of issues to consider for your farm. – Presented by Farm Progress South Wing B 104Click on the map for directions to The National Farm Machinery Showlast_img read more

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American Sniper’s Editor In Conversation

first_imgClint Eastwood’s Editor, Joel Cox, shares insights from his extensive career.American Sniper, director Clint Eastwood’s latest Oscar contender, was edited by his go-to collaborators Joel Cox and Gary Roach. In this interview with Variety you can get a little glimpse into the film’s break-neck production process and how Clint Eastwood likes to cut his films.Editor Joel Cox In ConversationJoel Cox’s career is nothing short of the American dream. He started in the mailroom of Warner Brothers and worked his way up to be the editor of Hollywood blockbusters like J. Edgar, Prisoners, and American Sniper. In these short interview clips from Cinefii, you can hear a bit more from editor Joel Cox on how he overcame several rejections to finally get his first break in the studio system.If you like these clips you should check out this previous PremiumBeat post on Advice to New Cinematographers.Having edited every Clint Eastwood film since first working with him as an assistant editor on The Outlaw Josey Wales in 1976, their collaboration has spanned nearly 40 years and nearly 29 feature films. In these three interview clips you can find out just what it takes to sustain that kind of working relationship.  What’s encouraging about Joel’s story is that it shows that if you know your stuff and work hard, you can get career-making breaks. He [Clint] says I want to get away from it (the current cut) and come back in a week or so and look at it, and get a different feeling on it. If I sit there and do it day after day after day, I’m going to hurt that film, because I’m going to make changes because I subconsciously know everything, and I’ll make changes I don’t really want to make, and it will really be a mistake for the film.If you want to hear the full 17 minute interview check out the video below.Finally to round out this Joel Cox interview fest,  film critic Scott Birmingham chats with Joel on some similar topics such as his starting his career, his first film working with Eastwood, what it’s like to work with Eastwood in the cutting room, and then moves in to talking about Million Dollar Baby and what it’s like to be nominated for an Academy Award. What’s great about Joel’s perspective is that he believes “if you’re nominated for an award, you have won – just by getting into the final short-list.” Which is a very refreshing perspective to have!What did you think of the editing in American Sniper? Share in the comments below.last_img read more

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Indian athlete Ashwini Akkunji eyeing CWG medal in Glasgow

first_imgAshwini Akkunji is keen to make an impression a year after her doping ban ended in July 2013 Keen to make an impression a year after her doping ban ended in July 2013, India’s premier athlete Ashwini Akkunji is eyeing a medal in the individual 400 meter hurdle at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.Ashwini failed to bag a medal in the individual 400m hurdle at the 2010 Delhi edition of Games.”I will try my level best to win a medal and possibly a gold in the individual event that I will be competing in. The competition this time is harder but my timing has been good,” Ashwini said.In the 54th National Inter-State Athletics Championships, Ashwini was in excellent form as she excelled in 400m hurdles with a new meet record of 57.43 seconds in sweltering Lucknow heat (45 degrees celsius). Her new timing erased Jauna Murmu’s four-year-old mark by three-hundredth of a second.Ashwini said although she and other athletes have been practicing hard, they lack international exposure.”We have practiced hard and our preparation has been good but we lack international exposure. I personally believe that participating in more and more international events augers well for any athlete and that’s what gives them a winning edge,” said the 5’9″ athlete.A CWG gold medallist in the 4x400m relay event, Ashwini, who is a part of the 18-member track and field athletics team to have reached Glasgow, will this time also be competing in the same event, along with 400m individual hurdles.Ashwini, 26, who has won gold medals at the 2010 CWG and 2010 Asian Games in 4x400m relay event with Manjeet Kaur, Mandeep Kaur and Sini Jose and also an individual gold medal in the 400 metres hurdles in Guangzhou, is once again waiting to hear the national anthem.advertisement”It’s a great feeling to see the tri-colour unfurl and move up, just as you hear and sing the national anthem while on the podium. I’m itching to feel and witness the moment again,” said a confident Ashwini.Nicknamed the ‘Gensale Express’, Ashwini contributed to 38 gold medals that India earned during Delhi CWG. In total, the hosts managed 101 medals to stay behind leaders Australia in the medals tally.This time also Ashwini predicted a good show from India during the July 23 to August 3 event, but said it would be difficult to repeat the performance of 2010.”In Delhi we were the hosts and that really added to our performance. But conditions in Glasgow are different, so one may see a little dip in the medal tally. The count of 70-80 should be satisfactory. We are already short on 36 medals with a few events being taken off. But you never know, a playing field is as unpredictable as life,” said Ashwini.The Udipi-born 400m hurdler failed a dope test in 2011 and subsequently failed to board the plane to the 2012 London Games post a two-year ban by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA), along with fellow athletes Mandeep, Sini, Tiana Mary and Priyanka Panwar.The athletes claimed innocence, saying their ignorance to consume any protein supplement provided by the coach may have led to the banned substance to be found in their body, but the NADA was unrelenting. But the ever-positive Ashwini has chosen to forget the past.”Let bygones be bygones. I believe in moving forward. The doping ban is now a closed chapter in my life. I learnt vital lessons. I believe everything will be good from now on,” concluded Ashwini.last_img read more

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Alabama’s Bo Scarbrough, Who Had Knee Surgery 2 Days Ago, Posts Video Of Leg Lift

first_imgAlabama Bo ScarbroughAlabama Bo ScarbroughThis past Friday, Alabama freshman running back Bo Scarbrough, a five-star recruit from Tuscaloosa, tore the ACL in his right knee during a team scrimmage. Monday, he underwent surgery to repair the injury. Wednesday, he’s already starting rehab, completing straight leg lifts. Really.Scarbrough, who is clearly excited about how his recovery is going, posted a 30-second Twitter video of himself extending and lifting his right leg in a doctor’s office. It’s impressive, given the quick turnaround.Two day out of surgery and already can do a straight leg lift! It’s a blessing to be able to come back and work hard! pic.twitter.com/8NQ31ZDsjR— Bo Scarbrough (@starbo06) April 8, 2015Scarbrough was a huge get for the Tide, and has a bright future ahead. Let’s hope he’s back on the field as soon as possible.last_img read more

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