Evergreen

17 Jul 19
Fitcher's Bird

The next morning after a lavish breakfast of fresh fruit, tea, crumpets, cream, thick rashers of bacon, scrambled eggs, buttered toast and assorted jellies, Fitcher took Hilde’s arm to lead her down the back steps of the grand stone house. Sunshine dappled the gardens and lawn. Along the graveled path that ran past the side […]

17 Jul 19
Playup: music galore for you

  The music website Playup allows you to listen to several songs of your choice on your mobile devices as well as on your computers. Fifteen different playlists are available on the site on which you can stream songs of various genres and styles. For instance, fans of soul music can visit the ‘Black Soul […]

17 Jul 19
Our little ones

July 1919 Friday 18 Fine day. Down to office. A Prior rang up from Pahiatua & asked me to get an option for him over the 500 acre farm of Bright wells at Whakataki. Arranged for same till next week. Mrs Stewart of Featherston in for house proper ty & I showed her Packer’s at […]

17 Jul 19
BCNN1 WP

The 50th anniversary of the moon landing is almost here, and NASA has gone all-out for the occasion.

17 Jul 19
Lopez Island Hospital District

As a follow-up to our last post on changes in the individual and small group health insurance markets, the Commissioners are very excited to share this news that is hot off the press. Following her outreach, the Superintendent received communication this morning from the Senior Network Executive at Premera Blue Cross (parent of LifeWise) expressing […]

17 Jul 19
The Eclectic Mind of Ryan

submitted by Mikey Bautista For many people, the humble wallet is an afterthought. Pick your size, choice of material, and carrying capacity, and off you go. But for the material wizards at Pioneer, a wallet can be as robust and cutting-edge as the rest of your modern EDC. They’re known best for taking simple card […]

17 Jul 19
CBS Detroit
(CBS DETROIT) – Cooling centers are opening up across Metro Detroit in anticipation of rising high temperatures and heat indexes which will make it feel like its 110 degrees outside. Cooling centers offer air conditioning and most have cold water. Wayne County Detroit Team Wellness Center at 6309 Mack Ave., Detroit, MI 48207 will be open from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. on both Friday, July 19 and Saturday, July 20 Team Wellness Center’s Eastern Market location at 2925 Russell St., Detroit, MI 48207 will be open from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Friday, July 19th. Visitors can cool off in an air-conditioned facility while enjoying popsicles and cold water. They can also play games, watch television, socialize, or just relax while they wait out the heat. Team Wellness Center has an overnight program which hosts more than 100 homeless individuals every night at the East location. People who have nowhere to go when the cooling centers close for the evening are welcome to stay overnight. Here’s a list of cooling centers that opened earlier this month in Wayne County. Macomb County Find a long list of cooling centers across Macomb County here. Oakland County Farmington Hills Costick Center  — 28600 Eleven Mile Road in Farmington Hills — will be open as a cooling center starting Thursday, July 17 through Wednesday, July 24 from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays and from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Southfield The city of Southfield will open a cooling center beginning on Thursday, July 18 through Saturday, July 20 in the Southfield Pavilion located at 26000 Evergreen Road. Hours of operation will be from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily. A phone charging station will also be provided for guests. Click here for more information. Hazel Park Oak Street Health center — 1142 E 9 Mile Rd, Hazel Park, MI 48030 — Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Washtenaw County Here is a list of cooling centers open in Washtenaw County. © 2019 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this story. 
17 Jul 19
WATE
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The Tennessee Highway Patrol is asking Tennesseans to cast their votes for a nationwide contest that will determine the best-looking trooper cruiser. The winning cruiser will be featured on the cover of American Association of State Troopers 2020 Calendar. Voting will be closed on July 30 at 3 p.m., so there’s still time to put THP at the top spot – and potentially on that calendar cover. To vote, click on the link below, scroll to the bottom of the page, then select “Tennessee.” Vote here. What a beauty. (THP) Other states have submitted their state trooper cruisers – some with interesting backgrounds featuring K9s, helicopters, mountains, state capitols, starry skies, snowy evergreens and even a tornado (really, Nebraska?). To view those feeble attempts at looking as good as Tennessee’s, click here.
17 Jul 19

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17 Jul 19

Code of silence

It is a big fun in its own way. The contact with nature which is the ultimate source of this perpetual revolution is a species of modern philosophy of art. The confidence that comes from a sense of being confirmed is modern by itself. Like a tree planted near a spring stays evergreen , so […]

17 Jul 19
Okanagan Okanogan

Huckleberries are nature. The old benches at Bridgeport, their sage, orchards, cheatgrass and windbreaks, are all nature, as is the controlled Columbia River. The abandoned orchard in Grand Coulee below, and its invasive Russian olives, is nature. A weed-choked grassland on the Kooskoosie is nature.  So are the wheat fields of the old Camas Prairie […]

17 Jul 19
roseybeeme

How to shop the plus size offerings at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale Like a Pro – Rosey Blair  Follow me on Liketoknow.it . Follow me on Instagram.  The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is a huge deal. Like, turn on your computer or smartphone and you see hundreds of thin blonde women happily sharing their latest #NSALE hauls. But […]

05 Jul 19
Cody Rouge & Warrendale

Over a sizzling sunny July 29 on Detroit’s west side, residents & groups from across Warrendale & Cody Rouge came together to build picnic tables, which were then distributed to sitting areas created by Evergreen Block Club, Westwood Block Club, Warrendale Community Organization, Joy Community Association, and the Joy-Southfield CDC Farmer’s Market. Salute to our brave leader in […]