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20 Apr 19
Healthy Eating Lifestyle

Introduction The world’s 125 healthiest foods that appear on this website come naturally packed with nutrients. How can you be sure that you’re protecting them when you prepare a meal? The questions and answers below explain how to protect the healing power of foods by using cooking techniques designed for maximum nutrition. Why is food […]

20 Apr 19
Jamie Davis

I’m so excited to announce that the audiobook for Accidental Thief, narrated by the super-talented Roberto Scarlato, has been nominated for an Independent Audiobook Award. It’s up against some truly amazing talent from some great authors and narrators. Nominees include authors Dawn Chapman, Matt Dinniman, Dave Willmarth, and K.T. Hanna. The Narrators nominated included Andrea Parsaneau (twice!), Justin Thomas James, Laurie Catherine Winkle, Jeff Hays, and Anneliese Rennie.

20 Apr 19
Ganesh ias Academy

6 men from India received the Victoria Cross, Britain’s highest award for gallantry, during the First World War. As part of the Centenary Commemorations the people of the United Kingdom marked their gratitude to those courageous men by presenting a bronze memorial plaque to their home country engraved with their names. A century ago today, […]

20 Apr 19
Lake County Record-Bee
High school schedule Saturday’s games Track Middletown at Viking Classic (Santa Rosa), 9 a.m. Monday’s games Baseball North Central II Upper Lake at Sonoma Academy, 4 p.m. Softball North Central II Credo at Upper Lake, 4 p.m. Tuesday’s games Baseball North Central I Lower Lake at Fort Bragg, 4 p.m. Cloverdale at Kelseyville, 4 p.m. Clear Lake at Willits, 4 p.m. Softball North Central I Cloverdale at Kelseyville, 4 p.m. Clear Lake at Willits, 4 p.m. Lower Lake at Fort Bragg, 4 p.m. Golf CMC South Kelseyville, Middletown at Foxtail South (Rohnert Park), 2 p.m. Wednesday’s games Baseball North Central I St. Helena at Middletown, 4 p.m. North Central II Sonoma Academy at Upper Lake, 4 p.m. Softball North Central I  St. Helena at Middletown, 4 p.m. Golf CMC North Clear Lake, Lower Lake at Brooktrails (Willits), noon Track Coastal Mountain Conference Middletown at Lower Lake, 3:30 p.m. Kelseyville, Upper Lake at Fort Bragg, 3:30 p.m. Clear Lake at Cloverdale, 3:30 p.m. Thursday’s games Golf CMC South Kelseyville, Middletown at Windsor, 1:30 p.m. Friday’s games Baseball North Central I Lower Lake at Middletown, 4 p.m. Kelseyville at Willits, 4 p.m. St. Helena at Clear Lake, 4 p.m. North Central II Upper Lake at Credo, 4 p.m. Softball North Central I Clear Lake at St. Helena (2), 2 p.m. Kelseyville at Willits, 4 p.m. Lower Lake at Middletown, 4 p.m. High school results Friday’s games Baseball North Central I At Lower Lake Kelseyville * 100 * 000 * 0 * — * 1-2-2 Lower Lake * 040 * 000 * x * — * 4-5-0 WP — Taliaferro (IP 5 1/3, H 2, R 1, SO 2, BB 2), Sv-Boyd (IP 1 2/3, H 0, R 0, SO 5, BB 0). LP — Brown (IP 1 2/3, H 4, R 4, ER 4, SO 2, BB 1), Harris (IP 4 1/3, R 0, SO 4, BB 3). Kelseyville — Villalobos 1×2, RBI, Linnell 1×2. Record — 6-3, 10-7. Lower Lake — Watson 1×3, RBI, Boyd 1×3, 2B, 2 RBIs, Taliaferro 1×3, RBI, Carver 2×3. Record — 2-6, 4-7. Softball North Central I At Lower Lake Kelseyville * 000 * 100 * 0 * — * 1-1-1 Lower Lake * 102 * 030 * x * — * 6-5-0 WP — Sapeta (IP 7, SO 16, BB 1). LP — Guistolise (IP 6, SO 5, BB 5). Kelseyville — Bour 1×3, HR, RBI. Record — 3-5, 5-6.. Lower Lake — Hernandez 1×3, McCleery 1×4, Fred-Mota 1×2, HR, 3 RBIs, Rowe 1×2, Griffin 2×3, HR, 3 RBIs. Record — 5-2, 10-6. At Middletown Clear Lake * 204 * 24* — * 12-14-1 Middletown * 000 * 00 * — * 0-1-4 WP — McIntire (IP 4, H 1, R 0, SO 3, BB 1), Bussard (IP 1, H 0, R 0, SO 1, BB 0). LP — McLaughlin (IP 5, SO 0, BB 3). Clear Lake — Ogden 2×4, 2B, 2 RBIs, Ingalls 3×4, Ferguson 3×4, 2B, 3B, 4 RBIs, Hill 0x3, RBI, McIntire 2×3, 2 RBIs, Ingham 1×2, 2B, RBI, Clifton 1×3, RBI, Bussard 1×3, RBI, McKnight 1×2, 3B. Record — 5-2, 104. Middletown — Martin 1×2. Record — 1-7, 4-11. JV baseball North Central I At Lakeport Clear Lake 13, Middletown 3 (6 inn.) WP — Krul (IP 6). LP — Pyzer 2 1/3, R 1, SO 1). Clear Lake leaders — Krul 2×4, 2B, 2 RBIs, Miller 3×4, 2 RBIs, Mason 1×3, 2 RBIs. Record — 4-3, 5-4. Middletown leaders — Perez 1×2, 2 RBIs, Riel 1×3, Dubois 0x2, RBI. Record — 4-4, 8-6. Thursday’s games Baseball North Central I At Lakeport Middletown * 233 * 09 * — * 17-17-0 Clear Lake * 000 * 00 * — * 0-2-3 WP — Rockwell (IP 5, SO 9, BB 1). LP — Ford. Middletown — Harbison 3×4, RBI, Hoogendoorn 1×1, RBI, Luis 3×3, 3 RBIs, Aden 2×3, 2B, 3 RBIs, Skinner 0x3, RBI, Perez 2×4, RBI, Crudo 2×4, Cutting 2×2, RBI, Barrio 1×1, RBI, Hollingsworth 1×2. Record — 5-3, 10-7. Clear Lake — White 1×2, 2B, Smart 1×2. Record — 1-7, 3-11. At Lower Lake Fort Bragg * 382 * 12 * — * 16-17-0 Lower Lake * 001 * 00 * — * 1-2-3 LP — Cruz (IP 3, H 15, R 13, SO 3, BB 0), Wilkins (IP 2, H 2, R 3, SO 1, BB 0). Lower Lake — M. John 1×3, RBI, Cruz 1×3. Record — 1-6, 3-7. North Central II At Rohnert Park Upper Lake * 328 * 10 * — * 14-19-1 Technology * 100 * 01 * — * 2-2-0 WP — Velasco (IP 5, ER 1, SO 7, BB 0). Upper Lake — Velasco 1×2, 2 RBIs, Santos 3×4, 2 RBIs, Slater 4×4, 2-2B, 2 RBIs, Mueller 1×3, 2B, Sneathen 2×3, 2B, RBI, Love 2×3, RBI, Bassignani 1×4, RBI, Gordon 0x1, RBI, Thiessen 3×3, RBI, Dutcher 1×1, Talmage 1×1. Record — 5-2, 6-5. Non-league At Healdsburg Kelseyville * 400 * 003 * 2 * — * 9-14-3 Healdsburg * 010 * 003 * 0 * — * 4-4-3 WP — Sprague (IP 5 2/3, H 3, R 4, ER 2, SO 4, BB 8), Phillips (IP 1 1/3, H 1, R 0, SO 1, BB 2). Kelseyville — Goff 1×4, 3B, Larsen 3×5, Villalobos 3×4, 2B, 3B, RBI, Phillips 0x3, RBI, Linnell 2×4, 2B, 3 RBIs, Beck 0x3, RBI, Gomora 4×4, 2 RBIs, Meyer 1×2. Record — 10-6. Softball North Central I At Lower Lake Fort Bragg * 000 * 000 * 0 * — * 0-4-1 Lower Lake * 100 * 010 * 0 * — * 2-5-1 WP — (IP 7, SO 8, BB 2). Lower Lake — McCleery 3×3, 3-2B, RBI, Rowe 1×3, RBI, Hernandez 1×2. Record — 4-2, 9-6. Tennis Coastal Mountain Conference At Kelseyville St. Helena 4, Kelseyville 1 Singles — Kellen Maher (SH) def. Justin Perez (K) 6-3, 6-4, Bodhi Baird (K) def. Ivan Rodriguez (SH) 6-4, 6-2, Lisa Butala (SH) def. Katie Luce (K) 6-1, 6-2. Doubles — Antoinie Parr/Alex Sklan (SH) def. Dylan Vargas/Connor Molloy (K) 6-3, 6-1, George Conwell/Diego Velasquez (SH) def. Kian Naamipuran/Hanna Scully (K) 6-7 (8-6), 7-5, 10-5. Record — 6-2. NCL I standings Baseball W L W L Fort Bragg 6 1 11 5 Cloverdale 6 3 9 7 Kelseyville 6 3 10 7 St. Helena 6 3 10 9 Middletown 5 3 10 7 Lower Lake 2 6 4 7 Clear Lake 1 7 3 11 Willits 0 6 0 11 Thursday’s games Fort Bragg 16, Lower Lake 1 (5 inn.) Middletown 17, Clear Lake 0 (5 inn.) Friday’s games Lower Lake 4, Kelseyville 1 Cloverdale 10, Willits 4 St. Helena 6, Fort Bragg 5 (14 inn., completion of suspended game from March 26) Fort Bragg 15, St. Helena 1 (5 inn.) Tuesday’s games Lower Lake at Fort Bragg, 4 p.m. Cloverdale at Kelseyville, 4 p.m. Clear Lake at Willits, 4 p.m. Wednesday’s games St. Helena at Middletown, 4 p.m. NCL I standings Softball W L W L Cloverdale 9 0 15 0 Clear Lake 5 2 104 Lower Lake 5 2 10 6 Fort Bragg 5 3 8 6 Kelseyville 3 5 5 6 St. Helena 2 5 6 10 Middletown 1 7 4 11 Willits 1 7 3 8 Thursday’s games Lower Lake 2, Fort Bragg 0 Friday’s games Lower Lake 6, Kelseyville 1 Clear Lake 12, Middletown 0 (5 inn.) Cloverdale 16, Willits 0 (5 inn.) Fort Bragg 4, St. Helena 3 Tuesday’s games Lower Lake at Fort Bragg, 4 p.m. Cloverdale at Kelseyville, 4 p.m. Clear Lake at Willits, 4 p.m. Wednesday’s games St. Helena at Middletown, 4 p.m.  
20 Apr 19
Rock 'n' Roll Reviews and Trivia

Last month’s post reviewing all the Dave Clark 5’s LPs was such a blast that it seemed only fair to do the same with your blog-master’s other fave early teenage years group – Paul Revere & The Raiders.  To this day, I still love a musical act that puts on a show while playing their […]

20 Apr 19
New New Weirdland

While Angela was in Xelaynia, she had an affair. Talla also had one with Red too. Talla did a lot of work at Heartland with the horses and Red had followed her. Eventually, she had told him that she was not divorcing Dumos and that she and Dumos were planning on having a family together. […]

20 Apr 19
Artist By Noon

I’m super excited for this week’s archive. Simply because I get to ramble about this awesome package design by Student Designers(Maja Ahlund, Alma Lindström, Hanna Simu and Emma Waleij) at Mid Sweden University. I think that design is so neat and well executed. I also love the ambiguous design on the outside and choice of […]

20 Apr 19
Our Next Horizon

Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park We really enjoyed Hanna Park.  It feels like a jungle, there is a lot of space between campsites, and it is just beautiful!  Here is a quick bike tour of a bit of the park:   Hard at work This is me working in my “cubicle” to create weekly blogs…   […]

20 Apr 19
The Denver Post
The annual 4/20 marijuana gathering in Denver’s Civic Center Park is nearly here and this year the message is simple: Come for the party, stay for the party. (P.S. Leave your stash and the kids at home.) Weed has come a long way in Colorado and so has its companion event. April 20 used to be a day that legalization advocates gathered in public to light up and push for an end to marijuana prohibition. But recreational pot sales have been legal in Colorado since 2014. They’re legal in nine other states, with more than 20 other states allowing for medical use. For Euflora, the dispensary chain hosting this year’s event, dubbed the FlyHi 4:20 Festival, it’s not about protest, it’s about celebrating how far marijuana and its cannabis cousin hemp have come in Colorado. From illicit drug to active ingredient in a federally approved medicine. FlyHi 4:20 Festival Where: Civic Center Park When: Music starts at 10 a.m., event ends at 6 p.m. Cost: Free “It’s a celebration of cannabis,” Euflora marketing director Lindsay Hanna[cq comment=”cq”] said Friday. “The celebration of the legalization of recreational marijuana and celebrating the plant and everything that comes with it.” Keeping in line with last year — when Euflora won the right to be the first marijuana company to host 4/20 in Civic Center — it promises to be slick operation. Live music will start at 10 a.m. with rappers Jermaine Dupri and T.I. headlining the main stage. Cannabis industry and industry-related companies, craft goods makers and apparel brands will populate vendors’ booths. Nine food trucks will be there along with a  food tent. There will even be beer and wine for sale, Hanna said. Euflora and the Marijuana Industry Group are urging people to leave their weed at home. Denver police ticketed 56[cq comment=”cq”] people across the city for illegal public consumption of marijuana last April 20. RELATED: Celebrating 4/20 this year? Check out these events, deals around Denver for the annual pot holiday. “Consuming cannabis in public is illegal and just because this is a 4/20 festival does not mean that those laws go away,” Hanna said. While the free event is all-ages, Hanna hopes people will leave children under 18 at home. Given the forecasts call for a warm day, she also urges attendees to bring reusable water bottles. Euflora is anticipating as many as 75,000 people [cq comment=”cq”]will show up. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”true” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”3024970,3291392,3429344,3425542″] Miguel Lopez[cq comment=”cq”] will be in the park at 4:20 p.m. Saturday, as he says he has been every year since he was 16 years old. Lopez was the permit holder for the 4/20 rally from 2008 until 2018, when he received a three-year permit ban and a rebuke from city officials and Euflora co-founder Pepe Breton after the 2017 event left the park strewn with trash amid other issues. For Lopez, a long-time political activist, the 4/20 rally has its roots in racial justice. He points out that minority people were disproportionately targeted by law enforcement when marijuana was illegal, something city officials acknowledged when launching efforts to expunge the records of low-level offenders last year.  He will be attending the event in support of humanity, he said, not large businesses or marijuana lobbying groups that he says now serve to keep minorities out of the industry. “We are still here,” Lopez said. “As Native Americans, we have endured the rugged Rocky Mountains, we’ve endured the racial hatred. We are the creators and the founders of the 4/20 rally here.”
20 Apr 19
HANNA'S BLOG

tvN에서 설특선영화 ‘골든슬럼버’를 바카라사이트먹튀 https://www.blackeyespro.com 방영중이다. 영화 ‘골든슬럼버’는일본의 이사카 코타로 작가가 온라인바카라사이트 쓴 동명 소설을 원작으로 한 영화로 모범 시민으로 선정돼 유명세를 탄 한 택배기사가 대통령 후보 암살사건의 범인으로 지목되며 벌어지는 도주극을 그렸다. 모범시민으로 바카라사이트 https://www.winebro.net 선정되어 유명세를 탄 착하고 성실한 바카라사이트운영 택배기사 건우(강동원)에게 고등학교 시절 친구 무열(윤계상)으로부터 연락이 왔다. 오랜만에 재회한 반가움도 잠시 그들 […]

20 Apr 19
Top Pornstars

Release Year: 2014 Studio: British Milf Entertainment Cast: Angel Long, Jasmine Jae, Victoria Summers, Hanna Shaw, Paige Delight, Michelle B. Genres: Fetish, Euro, Pissing, International, Shocking Penetration, Gonzo, High Definition Video language: English Cover girl Jasmine Jae leads this exceptional cast of British MILFs as they swap the mundane jobs of a housewife for some […]

20 Apr 19
Later On

Where to start? Right now I’m having a wonderful Manhattan, made with Gibson’s Finest Rare 12-year-old Canadian whisky (which back in the day meant rye whisky, but probably a rye-and-wheat mix—I’ll have to get some genuine rye: Crown Royal Northern Harvest or Odd Society Prospector (scroll down)), Martini & Rossi red vermouth, and a dash […]

20 Apr 19
Union Street Players

From the Director and Producer of Union Street Players’ production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: “After prayerful consideration and a lot of sweat, the cast list has been determined by the casting crew. Deb would like to thank everyone who participated in auditions and let you know how very much you are appreciated and […]

20 Apr 19
SCHS Auxiliary

Congratulations to the following young ladies who have been selected as members of the 2019-2020 SCHS Auxiliary Corps! Flagettes Bailee Adams Hanna Bell Kate Blasingame Abigail Brown Haley Carter Genna Collier Kaylen Craig Mikayla Deane Cortlin Ellis Ariel Holbrooks Anna Claire Ivester Joanna Lowery Nariah Martin Kaitlin Quick Anike’ Tendell Payton Vaughn Bradyn Williams Majorettes […]

19 Apr 19
Hanna Travels

Our main destination this day was to visit Culloden, the battlefield where the Government forces decimated the Scottish clans as they fought to have Bonnie Prince Charlie restored to the throne.  Culloden is the site of the last major battle that was fought on British soil.  British history was changed here.  The defeat of the […]