Indiana Signee Ogugua AunobyWith the returns of James Blackmon and Yogi Ferrell, as well as the addition of five-star big man Thomas Bryant, Indiana projects as a top-20 team next season. Bryant and four-star Juwan Morgan are the big names of the Hoosiers’ incoming freshman class, but a third frontcourt player, Ogugua Anunoby, has some talent of his own. Anunoby, a 6-foot-8 three-star small forward from Jefferson City (Mo.), posted this video to his Instagram tonight. It was re-posted by the Indiana men’s basketball program’s official Instagram, and it features Anunoby throwing down an impressive, 180-degree between-the-legs dunk. Pretty good. We’re sure Hoosier fans will be salivating once they see this.
Few young international players have made such an immediate impact in LaLiga in recent years as Villarreal’s Samuel Chukwueze, with the 19-year-old Nigeria international already looking key to his club’s chances of success this season.Ikwuano-born Chukwueze came a long way very fast following his LaLiga debut against Levante in early November, having scored his first senior goal for the club in a Copa del Rey tie against Almeria a few days previously.A first LaLiga goal arrived on November 11, when he drove into the area and dribbled past two defenders before firing low through the legs of Rayo Vallecano goalkeeper Stole Dimitrievski. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? A second league strike came the following weekend, when Chukwueze received a back-heel from team-mate Santi Cazorla and showed composure and technique to fire the ball low into the bottom corner for the winning goal against Real Betis at the Estadio de la Ceramica.The huge moments kept coming, with the teenager completing the 90 minutes in a narrow defeat at Barcelona’s Camp Nou and hitting his first Europa League goal in a 2-0 victory against Spartak Moscow to confirm Villarreal’s progress as group winners to the last 32.All that seemed a long way away when Chukwueze was born on May 22, 1999 in Abia State, Nigeria. He began playing football aged just five and, although his parents originally wanted him to concentrate on his studies, his natural talent and dedication soon shone through.While honing his skills at the famed Diamond Football Academy, Chukwueze came to international attention with his thrilling performances as Nigeria won the 2015 Under-17 World Cup. Three goals in the competition, including a strike after just 25 seconds in a 5-1 win against hosts Chile, secured him the competition’s Bronze Boot prize.After joining Villarreal’s youth system in 2017, he quickly settled and was first promoted to the C team before rising into the B reserve side playing in Spain’s third tier. Having impressed his coaches in training with the senior side, a first-team chance soon arrived and was taken with both hands.A fast, direct winger who likes to cut inside and shoot, Chukwueze has been compared to Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben, while current Nigeria international Ikechukwu Uche, who played for Villarreal between 2011 and 2015, is a close follower of his compatriot’s career.His immediate impact in LaLiga has raised hopes that Chukwueze could emulate another Nigerian, Christopher Ohen. The former Real Madrid youth teamer scored 48 goals in 117 top-flight games for SD Compostela in the 1990s, making him the third-highest African scorer in LaLiga history.Already a senior international with his country, following a debut in a 0-0 draw with Uganda last November, Chukwueze is currently focusing on maintaining his fast start with Villarreal. In what has been a difficult 2018-19 season so far for the Yellow Submarine, their emerging Nigerian prospect is a rising star to keep their spirits high.
Story Highlights Speaking at a Jamaica Information Service (JIS) ‘Think Tank’ on May 24, Acting Executive Director of the JNHT, Dorrick Gray, said a preservationist architect has been working with the Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) to ensure that guidelines are followed and repairs “fit into the overall structure of the building.” The Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT) is monitoring repairs at the Ward Theatre to ensure that its heritage value is maintained.Renovation work is ongoing at the theatre, a historical landmark situated on North Parade in downtown Kingston.Speaking at a Jamaica Information Service (JIS) ‘Think Tank’ on May 24, Acting Executive Director of the JNHT, Dorrick Gray, said a preservationist architect has been working with the Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) to ensure that guidelines are followed and repairs “fit into the overall structure of the building.”He pointed out that any changes to the building will have to be approved by the JNHT, although the building is managed by the KSAMC.“It is a declared monument and we are interested in ensuring that the integrity of that building is maintained,” he added.As it relates to what areas of the building will be maintained, Mr. Gray said the structure is being assessed, after which the details will be discussed with the KSAMC.However, he noted that several areas are made of wood and they have insects and termites.“So, a lot of those will have to be replaced. But it is a work in progress,” Mr. Gray said.Highlighting the importance of the building, he argued that it represents “the local art of us as a people and the birth of the annual Pantomime.”Mr. Gray said the Ward Theatre, donated to the City of Kingston by Colonel C.J. Ward in 1912, is the last of four structures to have been constructed on the same site.He noted that the first one was built in 1770.“The last one before this theatre was built was destroyed by the 1907 earthquake,” he added.The Ward Theatre, which was declared a national monument in January 2000, is among some 300 sites declared as protected heritage by the JNHT. The Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT) is monitoring repairs at the Ward Theatre to ensure that its heritage value is maintained.
The project will evaluate a modern high speed passenger and car ferry owned and operated by the multi-award winning Greek shipping company Blue Star Ferries of Athens, Greece – a member of Attica Group.Blue Star Delos and sister vessel Patmos already incorporate cutting edge sustainable vessel technology being the first vessels in the Mediterranean region that use the hybrid shaft generator system (HSG) – an innovative sophisticated active front end frequency converter system enabling the shaft generators to be constantly connected to the ships’ grid, improving power factor and creating less Nox emissions.In addition HVAC and engine room ventilation use a frequency converted load dependent management system which also lowers fuel consumption and leads to a further reduction in Nox emissions.Solbian Solar PanelsDuring the initial stages of the project and in a world first on-board a ship, a marine solar power system using flexible lightweight marine grade panels from Solbian Energie Alternative will be integrated with the Aquarius MAS and real time performance monitoring of the solar power array will be conducted.In addition the fuel oil consumption of the vessel will be logged and emissions data calculated using the Aquarius MAS.This system has been specifically developed by EMP & KEI System Ltd. of Osaka, Japan, to allow for renewable energy systems to be integrated into a common platform which can also be used to monitor other systems on ships such a main engines, generators and pumps.Blue Star Ferries own technical team will supervise the project whilst Eco Marine Power will provide project management & technical consulting services in addition to providing equipment along with various strategic partners.Aquarius MASGreg Atkinson, Director and Chief Technology Officer at EMP said: “This project with Blue Star Ferries is very exciting for Eco Marine Power and for our strategic partners as it will be the first deployment on a ship of some of the technologies and solutions we have been developing over the last few years including our integrated renewable energy systems.”It is anticipated that the Blue Star Delos Renewable Energy Innovation Project will pave the way for the wider deployment of EMP’s renewable energy solutions across the shipping sector and this very important project has been made possible thanks to the leadership of Blue Star Ferries, a shipping company with a commitment to protecting the marine environment and encouraging innovation.Press Release; August 6, 2014 zoom Eco Marine Power has begun a project to jointly deploy and evaluate with Blue Star Ferries of Greece a range of innovative renewable energy related technologies for shipping, including the Aquarius Management and Automation System (MAS) with an integrated marine solar power system.
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Jakarta: The death toll from an Indonesian ferry sinking has risen to 18, authorities said Tuesday, the latest maritime accident to hit the archipelago nation. The overloaded passenger boat was carrying more than 60 people when it overturned Monday in rough seas near Madura island, off Java’s north coast. Indonesia’s search and rescue agency said 18 people had died, including several children, with 39 survivors. A fleet of rescue vessels, a plane and local fishing boats are searching the waters for at least four others still missing, authorities said. Also Read – Merkel warns UK Brexit deal ‘unlikely’ without compromise: LondonBut local reports have suggested that there could be more victims who were not listed on the official manifest. “It’s suspected that the boat was overloaded,” East Java Police spokesman Frans Barung Mangera said. “The boat was hit by a large wave, overturned and sank.” The 10-metre (32 foot) long traditional vessel was found by fishermen shortly after it was swamped, he added. Marine accidents are common in Indonesia, an archipelago nation of more than 17,000 islands, where many use ferries and other boats to travel despite poor safety standards.
CHILLIWACK, B.C. – New technology is being installed to allow for variable speed limits along two of British Columbia’s busiest stretches of highway in an effort to reduce crashes.The B.C. government says installation begins this week for a congestion-based speed limit system on a 24-kilometre section of Highway 1 through Chilliwack and Abbotsford.The area is notorious for a high number of rear-end crashes, and the government says the changes will allow for a lower speed limit to slow down traffic before it reaches a stop-and-go situation.The second system will be installed on Highway 3 between Hope and the junction at Highway 5, where the speed limit along a seven-kilometre stretch will be based on weather.The Transportation Ministry says it expects the variable limits to be operating by next summer, at an estimated cost of $25 million.It says in a news release that other jurisdictions outside of Canada have reported about a 10 per cent reduction in serious collisions in zones that include variable speed limits.
ANKARA, Turkey — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has condemned the attacks on mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch calling it the “latest example of rising racism and Islamophobia.”Tweeting in English and Turkish on Friday, Erdogan said: “On behalf of my country, I offer my condolences to the Islamic world and the people of New Zealand, who have been targeted by this deplorable act.”He also wished a speedy recovery to the wounded.New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said 40 people were killed in the attack on two mosques.Turkey’s private NTV news channel quoted Turkish embassy officials as saying there are no Turkish citizens among the dead.The Associated Press
Las Vegas-based casino company MGM Resorts International has announced a first phase of layoffs in a cost-cutting operational shift as it aims to boost earnings.The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the 254 layoffs announced Thursday will cut labour costs by $100 million.In a letter to employees, CEO Jim Murren calls it streamlining and says more positions will be eliminated in coming weeks.MGM Resorts in January announced its MGM 2020 plan to boost earnings by $200 million by next year.It says the current cuts affect managers, not union workers.The company has about 77,000 employees and is the largest employer in Nevada.It’s under investor pressure to improve earnings after share prices have fallen 12 per cent since August.MGM shares closed Thursday at $27.75, down 14 cents.The Associated Press
Speaking to reporters following a closed-door briefing, Ambassador Marty M. Natalegawa of Indonesia, which holds the rotating Council presidency, said the members “expressed strong concern about the deteriorating political, security and humanitarian situation in Somalia.”He said the members also “underlined the need to continue to actively develop contingency plans for the possible deployment of a UN peacekeeping force as part of enhanced UN integrated strategy in Somalia.”Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in his latest report on Somalia, issued last week, cautioned that deploying a UN peacekeeping operation is not realistic or viable given the country’s security situation, the intensifying insurgency and the lack of progress towards any political reconciliation.He also noted that conditions are so dire that it has not even been possible to send a technical assessment mission to the country.“Given the complex security situation in Somalia, it may be advisable to look at additional security options, including the deployment of a robust multinational force or coalition of the willing,” the report suggested.The Council members today called for all Somali stakeholders “to renounce violence and to engage in an all-inclusive peace process,” the President said, expressing support for the efforts of the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Somalia, Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah to promote dialogue, consultation and reconciliation, and for the Transitional Federal Institutions (TFIs) and the African Union Mission (AMISOM) deployed in the country.Council members “recognized the need for greater financial, logistical and technical support” for AMISOM, he added. They also “underlined the need for enhanced international assistance to address the humanitarian situation in Somalia.”Responding to questions from the press, the President said contingency planning involves not only a possible UN peacekeeping force but a UN response to the humanitarian and the political situation in Somalia.He added that Council members were considering an expert-level consultation with UN political, peacekeeping and humanitarian officials.“There is a clear recognition that this an issue that requires continued attention,” he said. “We’ll take this one step at a time, mindful of the urgency of the situation.”Meanwhile, the World Food Programme (WFP) today welcomed the safe arrival of the two ships carrying WFP cargo, the first two ships to be escorted by a French naval vessel assigned to protect them from pirate attacks.The French ship and the two WFP-contracted vessels left the Kenyan port of Mombasa on Friday, carrying more than 3600 tons of food, and arrived in Somalia today.Thanking the French Government and Navy for their assistance, WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran said the operation comes at a critical time for the Somali people, who have been afflicted by drought as well as ongoing conflict. 19 November 2007Security Council members today voiced concern about worsening conditions in Somalia, urging all concerned to work for peace while stressing the need to lay contingency plans for a possible United Nations peacekeeping presence in the country, which has lacked a functioning government since 1991.
TORONTO — The Toronto stock market opened lower, while Ottawa announced it will hold another auction for wireless spectrum next year to increase competition in the cellphone market.The S&P/TSX composite index dipped 16.96 points to 15,198.Industry Minister James Moore says the majority of the spectrum will be set aside for new entrants and is part of the government’s efforts to lower the prices of wireless cellphone plans. The telecom sector on the TSX fell nearly 1%, with shares of BCE Inc. (TSX:BCE), Rogers Communications (TSX:RCI.B), and Telus Corp. (TSX:T) all lower in early trading.Meanwhile, the Canadian dollar was up 0.16 of a cent to 94 cents US, ahead of the Bank of Canada’s latest survey of Canadian businesses.The business outlook, which will be released on Monday, is one of the ways the central bank gauges how the economy is faring. It relies on a summary of interviews conducted with senior management at about 100 Canadian firms on topics such as demand and capacity, and how they view future economic activity.U.S. markets were down with the Dow Jones industrials losing 55.23 points to 17,013.03, the Nasdaq dropped 11.25 points to 4,474.68, while the S&P 500 lost 5.39 points to 1,980.05. Wall Street had been closed since midday Thursday for the Independence Day holiday.
Australian Greens leader Christine Milne accused Prime Minister Julia Gillard of turning a blind eye to the growing reports of human rights abuses in Sri Lanka. Sooka says she’s surprised other commonwealth countries, including Australia, are taking “such a weak line” in saying they will attend the meeting.“I must say I’m surprised by Australia … it’s quite shocking,” she said.The federal government says it disagrees with Canada’s position and will not join a boycott of the event. She praised Canada for saying it would boycott the November CHOGM meeting unless Sri Lanka investigates suspected war crimes.“In the absence of any action by the government of Sri Lanka, they should not be rewarded by being allowed to host CHOGM,” she said. “People continue to be tortured and disappeared,” she told ABC radio on Monday. A UN human rights expert says she’s shocked the Sri Lanka will be allowed to host the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) this year despite ongoing cases of torture and disappearances.Yasmin Sooka, who was asked by UN chief Ban Ki-moon to investigate allegations of human rights abuses during Sri Lanka’s war, says the country is still perpetrating abuses against its own civilians. “Sri Lanka is quite frankly descending into a state where the rule of law no longer holds sway.” “She’s turning that blind eye because she thinks it’s more important to send asylum seekers back to Sri Lanka than actually address the reason why they’re seeking asylum in the first place,” she told reporters in Melbourne.“Australia should stay home from CHOGM.”Australia has returned more than 1000 failed asylum seekers back to Sri Lanka since August 2012.
“It is of the highest priority to find the missing persons and identify the bodies,” UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) Director of Justice Albert Moskowitz reported. The UN has run the province ever since Western Forces drove out Yugoslav troops in 1999 amid atrocities committed in ethnic fighting. “Up to date, there are around 530 individuals whose remains have not yet been identified. To clarify the fate of the missing is a long and sensitive process and it is of special importance for the families affected. It is also essential to find the missing in order to help stabilize the region,” Mr. Moskowitz added. A total of 5,206 people were reported missing after the conflict. By the end of last month, 2,150 persons (Kosovo Albanians, Kosovo Serbs and other ethnic minorities) where still listed missing, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). From 2002, the UN Office on Missing Persons and Forensics (OMPF) succeeded in reducing the number by over 50 per cent. OMPF was created in 2002 as a division in the UNMIK Department of Justice. Today, the office consists of 55 staff members who work to clarify the fate of the missing persons. As of 1 December, 1,807 missing persons have been pronounced dead and have had their remains returned to their families. In addition, about 100 missing persons have been identified, but the families have chosen not to accept the bodies until other members of their families or communities are found so that they can be buried together. OMPF has developed a Memory Project to create a public record of the experiences of the families of the missing. The first initiative used theatre to explore the painful issues facing the families and was compiled into the publication Voices. The second, an oral histories initiative, video-records interviews with the families to build a historical archive.
Correction: Ferguson story AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Nov 28, 2014 12:04 am MDT FERGUSON, Mo. – In a Nov. 29 story and accompanying news guide about protests over the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case, The Associated Press misidentified the Ferguson street where a Friday night protest happened. It happened on South Florissant Road, not West Florissant Avenue, which is also a street in Ferguson.A corrected version of the story is below:15 arrested at demonstration in Ferguson15 arrested as protests return to Ferguson police department after mall shut-downsBy PHILLIP LUCAS and TOM FOREMAN Jr.Associated PressDemonstrators temporarily shut down three large malls in suburban St. Louis on one of the busiest shopping days of the year and then marched in front of the Ferguson police department to protest a grand jury’s recent decision not to indict the police officer who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown.Several stores lowered their security doors or locked entrances as at least 200 protesters sprawled onto the floor while chanting, “Stop shopping and join the movement,” at the Galleria mall in Richmond Heights a few miles south of Ferguson, Missouri, where Officer Darren Wilson fatally shot Brown, who was unarmed, in August.The action prompted authorities to close the mall for about an hour Friday afternoon, while a similar protest of about 50 people had the same effect at West County Mall in nearby Des Peres. And several dozen demonstrators led to a temporary closure of the Chesterfield Mall.Later Friday night, a group of about 100 protesters marched down South Florissant Road in front of the city’s police and fire departments chanting, blocking traffic and stopping in front of some businesses.“I served my country. I spent four years in the Army, and I feel like that’s not what I served my country for,” said Ebonie Tyse, 26, of St. Louis. “I served my country for justice for everyone. Not because of what colour, what age, what gender or anything,” she said.Fifteen people were arrested, according to Missouri Department of Public Safety spokesman Mike O’Connell. He said charges would include peace disturbance and impeding the flow of traffic, and two people would be charged with resisting arrest and one with assault.Monday night’s announcement that Wilson, who is white, wouldn’t be indicted for fatally shooting Brown, who was black, prompted violent protests that resulted in about a dozen buildings and some cars being burned. Dozens of people were arrested.The rallies have been ongoing but have grown more peaceful this week, as protesters turn their attention to disrupting commerce. Elsewhere on Friday, protests in Chicago, New York, Seattle and northern California — where protesters chained themselves to trains — were among the largest in the country on Black Friday.In Oakland, more than a dozen people were arrested after about 125 protesters wearing T-shirts that read “Black Lives Matter” interrupted train service from Oakland to San Francisco, with some chaining themselves to trains. Dozens of people in Seattle blocked streets, and police said some protesters also apparently chained doors shut at the nearby Pacific Place shopping centre.In Chicago, about 200 people gathered near the city’s popular Magnificent Mile shopping district, where Kristiana Colon, 28, called Friday “a day of awareness and engagement.” She’s a member of the Let Us Breathe Collective, which has been taking supplies such as gas masks to protesters in Ferguson.“We want them to think twice before spending that dollar today,” she said of shoppers. “As long as black lives are put second to materialism, there will be no peace.”Malcolm London, a leader in the Black Youth Project 100, which has been organizing Chicago protests, said the group was also trying to rally support for other issues, such as more transparency from Chicago police.“We are not indicting a man. We are indicting a system,” London told the crowd.Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Friday announced that he will call a special session of the General Assembly to provide funding for public safety efforts related to protests. A news release from his office said that due to the increased presence of the State Highway Patrol and the Missouri National Guard in the region, the state’s financial obligations for emergency duties are on track to exceed what had been appropriated.___Associated Press writers Jim Salter, David A. Lieb and Alan Scher Zagier in St. Louis, Mae Anderson in New York, Sara Burnett in Chicago and Kristin J. Bender in Oakland, California, contributed to this report.
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A Gatwick Airport spokesman said: “A small number of bags were not put on departing flights over the weekend due to an issue with the baggage system. The issue has since been rectified.”Gatwick recognises the inconvenience that this issue has caused and would like to apologise to anyone affected. Passengers should contact their airline for the latest information on their missing luggage.” I’ll be waiting for news about my baggage, “disappeared” yesterday because of the belt problem at North Terminal.— Umberto Villano (@UmbertoVillano) August 21, 2017 Jessehall95 wrote: “We are currently in Marrakech without our luggage that has our medication and medical creams because @easyJet cannot tell us where it is…”Sophia Corcoran posted: “I call easyJet gatwick and I am redirected to Alicante who have not picked up since 8am. My 3mth son is without his milk, car chair & bed!” A spokesman for easyJet said: “Due to a baggage belt failure at London Gatwick Airport yesterday, easyJet, like other airlines, experienced delays in the delivery of hold luggage to departing aircraft.”This resulted in a number of flights departing without all of the luggage stowed in the hold.”He added that the airline was working to return the luggage to passengers as soon as possible. @Gatwick_Airport in the baggage queue at 4.15am for 6am flight only through security at 5.40 & couldn’t board my flight due to baggage fault— Roseline (@roselinerobert1) August 21, 2017 Hundreds of holidaymakers have been left without their luggage after a failure at Gatwick Airport saw them arrive at their destinations bagless.Over the weekend, a number of bags were not put on flights leaving the North Terminal because of problems with the system. But some travellers took to Twitter to express their frustration that they had not been able to get in touch with someone from the budget airline, while others asked for compensation. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. @easyJet @Gatwick_Airport please get your act together and sort out your baggage crisis! Would not have checked in luggage had i known!!— FenellaEdwards (@fenellaedwards) August 21, 2017
DECLAN KIDNEY’S FUTURE as Ireland manager is in doubt tonight after the Corkman admitted he has plenty to consider in the wake of Ireland’s 6 Nations campaign.The Irish slumped to a 22-15 defeat to Italy in Rome — the first time they’ve lost to the Azzurri in the tournament — capping a miserable spring.The IRFU will soon decide whether or not the former Munster chief is the man to rebuild the team in the coming years. But Kidney says he may not want the job anyway.“I said all along that I’d concentrate on each game as it came and that’s all I’ve done today,” Kidney said earlier. “I wasn’t thinking that this could be my last match as coach. All I was concentrating on was just getting the win. I wanted to get a result today; we didn’t manage to do that and we’ll reflect on it over the coming days and weeks.“I’d have to sit down and think about whether I want a new contract,” he added. “These guys are a pleasure to work with, but beyond that I’d have to sit back and think about it.”He added on RTÉ that negotiations with the IRFU happen in the weeks after a championship and we’ll reflect in the coming days.What do you think?Out of 10: How we rated Ireland’s players against Italy
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaska’s Primary Election Day is Tuesday, August 21. Polls will be open 7am-8pm. For more information: http://www.elections.alaska.gov As has been the case for decades, the statewide 2018 Primary and General elections will be conducted under a precinct-based system, which means Alaska voters will go to their respective polling places to cast their ballots on Election Day. Voters tomorrow will select a Republican to move on to what’s expected to be a closely watched governor’s race this fall and choose the latest contender to try to unseat the longest-serving member of the U.S. House. For voters with the wrong voter registration information who want to participate in the August 21 primary they are encouraged to vote a questioned ballot that would then be analyzed by the Regional Review Board. Borough Clerk Johni Blankenship: “Central precinct will be voting at the Soldotna Sports Center, K-beach will be at the K-beach fire station. Kenai 1 is at the Kenai Mall, Kenai 2 is at the Challenger Learning Center, Kenai 3 is at the Kenai Senior Center. And Soldotna precinct which is more than just that Soldotna city limits, will be voting at Soldotna City Hall. There are also some areas that are close, Kasilof will be voting at Kasilof fire station and Nikiski at the Nikiski Community Center. Salmantof at the Nikiski Fire Station number 1. Sterling is at Sterling Community Center, so Sterling 1 and 2. And of course we will have absentee voting available here at the borough building from 7am to 8pm when the polls close.”
Monika Eyers has been named East Coast editor, home design at Better Homes & Gardens. She brings with her more than a decade of experience creating design and decorating content for publications including The Wall Street Journal, Vogue and Condé Nast Living, among others. Jim Norton, chief business officer and president of revenue at Condé Nast, has been elected chairman of the board of the Interactive Advertising Bureau. He succeeds Lauren Wiener, president of buyer platforms at Tremor Video. Slowey was known as a guest on “Project Runway” and “Stylista” — the 2008 reality show that was set at Elle. Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move: It’s reported that she’ll also pursue short-film and brand marketing now that her role at the brand has changed. Steve Kandell, executive editor, features at BuzzFeed News, announced via Twitter that he’s leaving the site. He’s set to join Esquire as site editor later this month. The Atlantic has promoted David Somerville to a new and expanded creative director role, in which he’ll oversee design and visuals for the entirety of the brand. Somerville was previously the creative director for National Journal. Additionally, Rebecca Longshore will begin as Real Simple’s social media manager in March. She’s new to the brand, but not Time Inc. — she spent the past three years working at MyRecipes and Cooking Light, most recently as the multimedia editor for both brands. Also, Sigal Samuel is The Atlantic’s new associate editor covering global religion. She served most recently as opinion editor at Forward. Laura Schocker has been named Real Simple’s new digital director. Lori Leibovich, who recently moved into the role of digital director of women’s content at Time Inc., held the role most recently. Schocker was previously interim digital director at the brand. Imelme Umana, class of Harvard Law School ’18, has become the first Black woman elected president of Harvard’s Law Review. Her appointment echoes that of Barack Obama, who became the first Black man elected president of the 130-year-old title in 1990. Elle magazine’s Anne Slowey is no longer fashion news editor for the brand. Slowey, who’d been with the title since 1998, will transition to a new role as a contributing writer for the magazine, according to Page Six. Roma Vakil has joined Bloomberg Media as global head of subscription revenue and strategy. This is a new role at the company — Vakil’s portfolio includes digital and print, including newsletters, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Bloomberg Markets. The New Republic has promoted Laura Marsh to the newly created position of literary editor, overseeing cultural coverage and criticism for the magazine and NewRepublic.com. She was formerly story editor for the publication. Brody Brown has been named deputy news director at Us Weekly, promoted from deputy news editor. He joined the celebrity magazine in 2012 as a reporter. Olivia Nuzzi is joining New York magazine as Washington correspondent, covering the Trump administration and Congress. Since 2014, she has been a political reporter at the Daily Beast.
Wilmington High School Kindergarten bus stops are not published in the newspaper or on the District’s website. When possible, bus stops are provided close to kindergarteners’ homes. Parents or guardians must be present at bus stops for all kindergartners and are not to be left unattended when dropped off at home. If parents or guardians are not home, the students will be returned to the school.Who should I contact if I have questions or concerns regarding my child’s bus transportation?Sharon Dunnett is the designated Transportation Coordinator for the Wilmington Public Schools. Ms. Dunnett can be reached via telephone at 978-658-1856, 978-943-0389 or via email at Sharon.email@example.com. Ms. Dunnett logs each message and each parent or guardian receives a response to their question or concern.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington School Lunch Menus (Week of August 26, 2019)In “Education”SCHOOL BUS ROUTES for Wilmington’s Shawsheen Tech Students (2019-2020)In “Education”NOW HIRING: Wilmington Public Schools Posts 10 New Job OpeningsIn “Education” WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Public Schools recently released the school bus routes for the 2019-2020 school year for the Woburn Street/North, Shawsheen/West, Middle School & High School: Wilmington Middle School Woburn Street Elementary School & North Intermediate School Shawsheen Elementary School & West Intermediate School