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13 Dec 18
Georgist News

Season’s Greetings! Here is RSF’s annual fund appeal letter and special offer on new and noteworthy Georgist books. From the Desk of Gib Halverson December, 2018 Dear Friends of the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, As Georgists, you and I share a moral conviction that we must work individually and together to make Henry George’s ideas heard […]

13 Dec 18
Chico Enterprise-Record
Fall football and volleyball seasons are in the books. With that, the all-league awards among Northern Section leagues and teams were recently compiled and released. The list includes name, school, position and grade level. Certain leagues also designated a most valuable player and coach of the year. All-league awards are voted on by coaches within each league. The teams, athletes and coaches named below are ones within the Enterprise-Record’s coverage area. Football Eastern Athletic League: CeeJay Rothenberger, Chico, T, Sr.; Anthony Thomas, Chico, DB, Sr.; Jose Martinez, Chico, DL, Sr.; Winston Capucion, Chico, DL, Sr.; Ty Thomas, Chico, QB, Sr.; Kobe Hood, Chico, LB, Sr.; Trevor Curtis, Paradise, C, Sr.; Dominic Wiggins, Paradise, RB, Sr.; J.D. Webster, Paradise, DB, Jr.; Jacob Weldon, Paradise, ATH, Sr.; Trevor Rickson, Paradise, LB, Sr.; Michael Stahel, Pleasant Valley, G, Sr.; Tanner Hughes, Pleasant Valley, QB, Sr.; Casey McHenry, Pleasant Valley, DL, Sr.; Caleb Cooley, Pleasant Valley, WR, Sr.; Austin York, Pleasant Valley, LB, Jr.; Akia Ramirez, Pleasant Valley, DB, Sr.; Dante Jackson, Pleasant Valley, P, Jr.; Caden Crumm, Pleasant Valley, K, Sr. Honorable Mention: Henry Becker, Paradise, G, Sr.; Gustavo Ramos, Chico, LB, Jr.; Dalton Walker, Pleasant Valley, ATH, Sr. Butte View League: George Becker, Gridley, T, Sr.; Wyatt Dreesmann, Gridley, LB, Sr.; Jorge Moran, Gridley, ATH, Sr.; Riley Dunning, Gridley, QB, Sr.; Kevin Nunez, Gridley, LB/TE, Sr.; Davis Mardesich, Gridley, WR, Sr.; Daniel Duran, Gridley, G, Jr.; Mason Whitfield, Las Plumas, QB, Sr.; Nick Small, Las Plumas, DB, Sr.; Jesus Reynoso, Las Plumas, DT, Sr.; Jonathan Moreno, Orland, QB, Sr.; Enrique Alvarado, Orland, OL, Sr.; Jacob Schermer, Orland, WR/CB, Jr.; Gustavo Carrillo, Orland, RB/S, Jr.; Hunter Foster, Orland, WR/S, Jr.; Kye Bruhn, Oroville, WR, Sr.; Jake Lowe, Oroville, QB, Sr.; Aaron Howard, Oroville, RB, Sr.; Carlos Leon-Navarro, Oroville, T, Sr. Sacramento Valley League: Colby Del Carlo, Durham, CB, Sr.; Collin Bill, Durham, MLB, Sr.; Nick Smith, Durham, DE, Sr.; Kyle Sinclear, Durham, DE, Sr.; Jace Buck, Durham, WR, So.; Adin DuBose, Durham, QB, Sr.; Jacob Christensen, Durham, TE, So.; Leslee Dalrymple, Willows, OL, Sr.; Manuel Lederer, Willows, Jr. Northern Athletic League: Cristian Briseno, Corning, RB/DB, Sr.; Ramces Ortiz, Corning, OL/LB, Sr.; Chase Aulabaugh, Corning, FB/DE, Sr.; Honorable Mention: Kody Kendrick, Corning, RB/DB, Sr.; Devin Toth, Corning, QB/DB, Jr. Mid-Valley League: Johnny Vogt, Hamilton, RB, Sr.; Tiburcio Belo, Hamilton, OL, Sr. Cascade Valley League: Bryson Roles, Biggs, Defensive MVP; Tucker Bennett, Biggs, QB, Sr.; Dustin Long, Biggs, RB, Sr.; Silas McFall, Biggs, RB, Jr.; Paul Castillo, Biggs, OL, Jr.; Brian Swanson, Biggs, RB, Sr. Honorable Mention: Tyler Job, Biggs, HB/DB, Sr. Volleyball Eastern Athletic League: Emily Hanlon, Chico, MB, Sr.; Julia Shepherd, Pleasant Valley, OP, So.; Makenna Joyce, Pleasant Valley, OH, Jr.; Jordan Bennett, Pleasant Valley, S, Jr. Honorable Mention: Mikaela Carlson, Chico, L, Sr. Westside League: Abbie Hershberger, Corning, MB, Sr, MVP; Adri Safford, Corning, S, Jr.; Katie Sharp, Corning, OH, Sr.; Evelin Escoto, Corning, OH, Jr.; Rachael Warren, Paradise, OH, Sr.; Nicola Welsh, Paradise, MH, Jr.; Faith Brown, Paradise, OH, Sr.; Kanoelani Salvia, Las Plumas, MH, Sr.; Starlene Xiong, Oroville, Sr. Sacramento Valley: Taylor O’Reilly, Willows, S, Sr, MVP; Hanna Parisio, Willows, OH, Jr.; Meghan Weinrich, Willows, MH, Jr.; Claire Maghan, Willows, MH, Sr. Mid-Valley League: Morgan Avrit, Hamilton, OH, Jr, MVP; Andrea Jones, Hamilton, Coach of the Year; Marisela Trenado-Alba, Hamilton, MB, Jr.; Maria Ahumada, Hamilton, L, Sr.; Bre Rush, Hamilton, MB, So.; Addison Zaring, Durham, MH, Sr.; Karena Bryant, Durham, MH, So. Butte View League: Michelle Ramirez, Orland, OH, Jr.; Hayley Sites, Orland, OH, Jr.; Jordan Perry, Gridley, Sr, S.; Ally Mardesich, Gridley, Soph, OH. Pioneer Valley League: Quincey Carter, Paradise Adventist, OH, Sr, MVP; Sarah Goymer, Paradise Adventist, MH, Sr.; Samantha Sayegh, Paradise Adventist, S, Sr.; Amanda Kitto, Paradise Adventist, OPP, Soph.; Michell Cervantes, Princeton, Sr.; Vanessa Chocotecco, Princeton, Jr. Mountain Valley League: Whitney Wroble, CORE Butte, Sr.; Elissa Zinko, CORE Butte, So.; Paloma Velazquez, Biggs, MH, Sr. Five Star League: Genesis Acevedo, Los Molinos, MB, Sr.; Alondra Rosas, Los Molinos, S, Jr.; Yaneli Castellon, Los Molinos, OH, So.; Trinity Kingwell, Mercy, S, Sr.; Lianne Schaeffer, Mercy, L, Sr.
13 Dec 18
Chico Enterprise-Record
Thursday Events Syngenta Blood Drive, Glenn: 1 a.m.-5 p.m. Donors receive promo code for a cozy Vitalant beanie hat. Must be in good health, weigh 110 pounds or more, eat low-fat meal within two hours ahead of donation, drink 8-16 ounces non-caffeinated beverages an hour before donating, avoid caffeinated drinks, be 18 (16 with BloodSource parent permission), bring ID. Bloodmobile, 7770 County Road 29, Glenn. BloodSource, 893-5433. Performances Blue Room Theater: 7:30 p.m. “Miss Bennet Christmas at Pemberley,” a sequel to Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” set two years after the novel ends. Miss Bennett continues the story, only this time with bookish middle sister Mary as its unlikely heroine. $14.99. Tickets can be purchased at blueroomtheater.com. 139 W. First St. Chico Theater Company: 7:30 p.m. “Annie.” $22 adult, $20 senior (65 and older), $16 youth (15 and under). Tickets can be purchased at chicotheatercompany.com. 166 E. Eaton Road #F. Chico Performances: 7:30 p.m. Irish singing sensation Celtic Woman presents their “The Best of Christmas Tour” along with the members of the North State Symphony. $68 premium, $58 adult, $56 senior, $46 youth, $15 Chico State student. Tickets can be purchased at chicoperformances.com, by calling 898-6333, or by visiting the University Box Office, Corner of W. Third and Chestnut Streets. Laxson Auditorium, 400 W. First St. monca: 6-8 p.m. Music will be performed by Inspire School of Arts & Sciences students Matilda Krulder and Oliver Moore. Chico local Amy Lacey, the creator of Cali’flour Foods, will offer a Cali’flour charcuterie board tasting that includes their crusts, cheeses and meats. 900 Esplanade. 487-7272. Community Habitat for Humanity: 5:30 p.m. Board of directors, open to public. 220 Meyers St., Chico. RSVP to attend, 343-7423. Second Thursday. Oroville Optimist Club: Noon. Friend of Youth community service club. Cornucopia Restaurant, 515 Montgomery St. 589-5319. Second, fourth Thursdays. Circle of Awakening Study and Practice Group: 7:30 p.m. Sky Creek Dharma Center, 120 Three Oaks Court. Ati Yoga, teachings of Tibetan Buddhism. 828-2589. Second Thursday. Chico Citizens’ Climate Lobby: 6:30-8 p.m. Discussions on successes and future plans. For those interested in promoting a national carbon fee and dividend plan. Chico library, 1108 Sherman Ave. citizensclimatelobby.org. Second Thursday. Habitat for Humanity of Butte County Board of Directors: 5:30 p.m. at Oxford Suite, 2035 Business Lane. Information, 343-7423, or info@buttehabitat.org. Second Thursday. Gray Lodge Wildlife Area: Sunrise to sunset. 9,100 acres of fields, riparian areas, ponds, waterways; shelter for 300+ species of resident and migrant birds and mammals. Self-guided nature trail, seasonal guided tours, hunting, exhibits. 3207 Rutherford Road, Gridley. 846-7500. Weekly. Chico Seed Orchard: Pedestrian gate; 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Main gate, 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m. drive-thru Monday-Friday.  209 acres. Tree Farm. No drinking water. Public/private parking, use and leash laws posted at http://www.tinyurl.com/y9w8c86c. 2741 Cramer Lane. 895-1176. Weekly. SCORE: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Free face-to-face counseling for startup and existing businesses. Service Corps of Retired Executives, 1324 Mangrove Ave., Suite 114. Call Chico Chamber, 891-5556, to schedule appointments. http://www.greaterchicoarea.score.org. Monday-Saturday. Weekly. Temporary restraining order help: RSVP to assure counselor availability. 10 a.m.-noon. 330 Wall St. Suite 50. 343-7711. For victims of domestic violence. Free. Sponsor, Catalyst Domestic Violence Services. 1-800-895-8476. Weekdays. Medicare counseling: Trained, state-registered volunteer counselors assist seniors, adults with disabilities with Medicare matters. Passages Adult Resource Center, 25 Main St. Suite 202, Chico. Appointments, 898-6716. Weekly. Toddler Storytime: 10 and 11 a.m. Stories, songs for ages 3 and younger. Chico library, 1108 Sherman Ave. Weekly. Ridge Coalition for Peace and Justice: 762-1333 or http://www.pctn.org. Preschool story time: 10 a.m. Durham library, 2545 Durham-Dayton Highway. 879-3835. Weekly. Chico Air Museum:  9 a.m.-2 p.m. Aircraft, aviation, space artifacts and documents; outdoor museum (jet and propeller driven aircraft); research library, gift shop, speaker series, events by arrangement. Aerospace history of Chico and surrounding areas. Free, but donations helpful. 165 Ryan Ave., Chico Airport. Appointments available for other times. 345-6468. http://www.chicoairmuseum.org. Weekly. Chico History Museum: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. “Chico Through Time” in the Patrick Gallery. “The Evolving Chinese Temple” in the Carnegie Gallery. Admission: $5 adults; $3 seniors, veterans, students, children 5 and older; free to those under age 5.  141 Salem St. 891-4336. Weekly. Museum of Northern California Art (monca): 11 a.m.-5 p.m. “Talking Heads: Figuration From Northern California Ceramicists.” Use of ceramics, paintings and drawings as a means of social expression, humor and political context create a dialogue with a focus on figuration. Independent curator Susan Alexander  chose objects that engage the viewer through subject matter, color and idiosyncrasy. NIAD, a progressive art studio promoting meaningful independent living by artists with disabilities. $5 adults, free to students and children. 900 The Esplanade. http://www.monca.org. 487-7272. Weekly. Chico Creek Nature Center: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Interpretive center for Bidwell Park; exhibits, live animals, public programs. 1968 E. Eighth St. $4 adults, $2 children. 891-4671, info@bidwellpark.org. Weekly. Babies Love Books: 11 a.m. Stories, songs. Chico library, 1108 Sherman Ave. 891-2762. Weekly. Valene L. Smith Anthropology Museum: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. “Reimagining Chico: The Archaeology of Our Neighborhoods.” Explores Chico neighborhoods through artifacts found on archaeological digs;one on the Chico State campus which yielded artifacts from boarding houses dating to the early 1900s. The other will connect visitors with the long-abandoned historic Chinatown of Chico. Interactive archaeological activities, maps and community feedback displays. Meriam Library, Chico State University. Free, donations welcome. 898-5397. Tuesday-Saturday. Temporary restraining order help: For victims of domestic violence. Free. RSVP for counselor availability; 330 Wall St. Suite 50. 343-7711. Sponsor, Catalyst Domestic Violence Services. 800-895-8476. Weekdays. Gateway Science Museum: Noon-5 p.m. “Zoom Into Nano,” and  “Beauty & The Beast: California Wildflowers & Climate Change.” Free admission through the end of the fall exhibit season, Jan. 6. 625 The Esplanade. 898-4121. http://www.csuchico.edu/gateway. Weekly. Chico Creek Nature Center: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Janeece Webb Living Animal Museum, Wednesday-Saturday. Exhibits, living animals, public programs. 1968 E. Eighth St. $4 adults, $2 children. 891-4671, info@bidwellpark.org. Weekly. Babies Love Books: Noon and 1 p.m. Stories, songs and bounces for newborns to 18 months. Chico library, 1108 Sherman Ave. 891-2762. Weekly. Chico Heritage Association: Noon-3 p.m. Volunteers help with questions on history of area, businesses, homes, individuals; research library. Donations appreciated. Garden Walk, 225 Main St. 345-7522. http://www.chicoheritage.net. Weekly. After school story time: 3 p.m. Ages 5-9. 1108 Sherman Ave. Chico Library. 891-2762. Weekly. Wii game time: 3-5 p.m. For 12- to 17-year-olds. Chico library, 1108 Sherman Ave. Weekly. Domestic violence support group: 5:30 p.m. Chico Drop-In Center, 330 Wall St. Suite 50; 343-7711. Weekly. Catalyst Domestic Violence Services: 1-800-895-8476; catalystdvservices.org. Weekly. Clubs Annie K. Bidwell Parlor: 7 p.m. Native Daughters of the Golden West Hall, 965 Salem St. Cheryl Brann, 893-5516. Second Tuesday. Durham Community Women’s Club: 7 p.m. For location, 342-7877. Second Thursday. Chico Camera Club: 6:30 p.m. Informal group for sharing personal art and insights. The Lodge at Sierra Sunrise Village, 2750 Sierra Sunrise Drive. http://www.chicocameraclub.com or 831-236-3322. Second Thursday. SIRS Dominoes group: 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Lunch ($15) and Mexican Train Dominoes games. Red Lobster. Soft drinks, coffee free. New players welcome. Sons in Retirement. Fergie Ferguson, 342-6459. Second Thursday. Exchange Club of Durham: 6:30 a.m. Red Rooster Cafe, 9418 Midway, Durham. 876-7763. Weekly. Chico Breakfast Exchange Club: 7 a.m. Kalico Kitchen, 2396 The Esplanade. Bill Morris, 342-7805; http://www.nationalexchangeclub.org. Weekly. Butte Business Network: 7:15 a.m. Italian Cottage, 2234 The Esplanade, Chico. 893-4464. Weekly. Salvation Army Home League: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Salvation Army, 567 E. 16th St., Chico. 342-2199. Weekly. LeTip Chico Lunch Club: 11:30 a.m. Exchange business referrals. 342-4229, letip.com. Mom’s, 209 Salem St. Weekly. Sons in Retirement (SIRS), Branch 84: 11:45 a.m. Lunch, guest speakers, golf, bridge, hiking, fishing, newsletter, travel. No dues. Elks Lodge, 1705 Manzanita Ave. Jim Hertl, 897-0402. Weekly. Sons In Retirement Bridge Club: Noon. Chico SIR members play Chicago bridge. The Lodge, 2750 Sierra Sunrise Terrace. Robin Thompson, 343-2953. Weekly. Toastmasters, Hooker Oak Club: 12:15-1:15 p.m. California Northern School of Law, 1395 Ridgewood Drive. 519-3304. Weekly. Chico Eagles: 3 p.m. doors, 4:30 p.m. Pack sales and kitchen open for snacks/dinner; speedball 5:45 p.m.; Bingo, 6:15 p.m. Door prizes. Eagles Hall, 1940 Mulberry St. Proceeds benefit local charities. Charlene Hefty, 518-7767. Weekly. Speak Easy Toastmasters: 5:30 p.m. Willows Library, 201 N. Lassen St. 968-5038. http://www.toastmasters.org. Weekly. High Sierra Model Railroad Club: 6-10 p.m. 3650 Morrow Lane. New members welcome. Joe Clark, 342-4305. Weekly. Chico Citizens’ Climate Lobby: 6:30-8 p.m. Education and promotions of solutions to climate change. Chico library, 1108 Sherman Ave. 893-1855. Weekly. Chico Toastmasters: 7 p.m. Learn to communicate effectively. Enloe Rehab Center conference room, 340 W. East Ave. 893-4464. Weekly. Health, emotional support Hepatitis C Support Group: 12:30-1:30 p.m. Lunch included. Chico Family Health Center/Ampla Help, 680 Cohasset Road. Jeanette Warner, 566-7513, warnerjeanette@comcast.net. Second Thursday. Diabetes Support Group: 6 p.m. For people with Type 2 Diabetes; open to those living with diabetes, friends and family. Enloe Outpatient Center, 888 Lakeside Village Commons, Bldg. C, Room A. 332-6802. Second Thursday. Alcoholics Anonymous, Chico: Chico Central 6:30, 8 a.m. noon. 3:30 p.m. 5:30, 7 p.m. 1102 Mangrove Ave. Weekly. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly): 8:30-9:15 a.m. Weigh-in; 9:30-10:30 a.m. Weight loss support group meeting. Grace Brethren Church, 355 Panama Ave. 342-9017. Weekly. Iversen Wellness & Recovery Center and Med Clinic: Computer Lab open 9:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m. 492 Rio Lindo Ave. Wellness, 879-3311; Med Clinic, 879-3974. nvcss.org/programs/iversen. Weekly. Narcotics Anonymous: Noon, Chico NA; 7 p.m. Candlelight meeting. Both at 255 E. 20th St., Unit C. 1-877-669-1669. Weekly. Narcotics Anonymous: Noon, Open (JFT), 2234 Park Ave.; 6 p.m. Free to be Me, LGBT meeting (O/TD), Unitarian Church, 1289 Filbert Ave.; 7 p.m. Chico (O/CL/TD), 2234 Park Ave. Weekly. SAYes! Teens, Stonewall Alliance Center: 3:30-5 p.m. Group meets; social time, discussions of issues surrounding sexuality, growing up LGBT in rural areas. Ages 14-17. 358 E. Sixth St., Chico. 893-3336. Weekly. Victims of Domestic Violence Support Group: 5:30 p.m. 330 Wall St. Suite 50, Chico. 343-7711. Also Tuesdays, 1 p.m. Catalyst Domestic Violence Services. 876-0397. 24-hour crisis line 1-800-895-8476. Weekly. Overeaters Anonymous: 5:30 p.m. Meets at 1600 Mangrove Ave., Chico. 760-518 6480 or 514-4610 (24 hour line). Weekly. Pills Anonymous “Chico’s Got Hope”: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Big Book study/speaker. Open discussion based on 12-step recovery program, prescription drug addiction. Newcomers, loved ones and those addicted to other substances. 2341 Floral Ave.Call/text 624-0094. Weekly. Overeaters Anonymous: 5:30 p.m. Meets at 1600 Mangrove Ave., Chico. 760-518 6480 or 514-4610 (24 hour line). Weekly. Transgender Stonewall: 6 p.m. Peer support group for all individuals, from those questioning gender role/identity to those living their authentic genders, plus spouses, partners, siblings, children, friends and allies. Stonewall Alliance Center, 358 E. Sixth St. 893-3336. Weekly. Celebrate Recovery Christian 12-Step Program: 6:30-9 p.m. East Avenue Community Church, 1184 East Ave., Chico. 342-1806. Weekly. Overeaters Anonymous: 5:30-6:30 p.m. St. John Episcopal Church, 2341 Floral Ave. Walter, 343-1029. Weekly. Al-Anon: Chico — 7:15-8:15 p.m. Experience, Strength & Hope. First Christian Church, Room 5, 295 E. Washington Ave. 342-5756. Weekly. Submit calendar listings, corrections or updates by email calendar@chicoer.com, fax 342-3617 or mail Enterprise-Record, P.O. Box 9, Chico, CA, 95927.
13 Dec 18
degabunk1981 blog

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11 Dec 18
LAI 574 Final Project

Assistive Technology: An Overview. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/at/ Bennett County School District. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.bennettco.k12.sd.us/Page/1626 Browder, D. M., Mims, P. J., Spooner, F., Ahlgrim-Delzell, L., & Lee, A. (2008). Teaching elementary students with multiple disabilities to participate in shared stories. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 33(1-2), 3-12. doi:10.2511/rpsd.33.1-2.3 Bryant, D.P., Bryant, B. […]

10 Dec 18
Digi Ignite

Email: • Alberti, L. Lisa@projectinc.co.uk. Meeting. 14 November 2018. Websites: • Adams, R. (2015). Schools ‘ignore bad behaviour’ to fool Ofsted inspectors, says classroom tsar. Available: https://www.theguardian.com/education/2015/jun/16/schools-ignore-bad-behaviour-fool-ofsted-tom-bennett. Last accessed 4th December 2018. • Cohn, N. (2015). Steps To Identify Your Target Market. Available: https://www.forbes.com/sites/chuckcohn/2015/02/06/steps-to-identify-your-target-market/#5c13b4cd229d. Last accessed 1st December 2018. • Manchester City Council. (2018). The […]

10 Dec 18
Re-Feminism

So what can White women do to practice intersectional feminism so we can recognize and challenge oppressive systems and strengthen social justice efforts? Here’s what I’ve learned, but such learning and work goes far beyond what I can capture here: Acknowledge your own privilege and start to dismantle it (Cargle, 2018; DiAngelo, 2018; McClouskey, 2015; […]

10 Dec 18
Quantum Electronics

Quantum 2, 111 (2018). https://doi.org/10.22331/q-2018-12-04-111 Quantum key distribution is on the verge of real world applications, where perfectly secure information can be distributed among multiple parties. Several quantum cryptographic protocols have been theoretically proposed and independently realized in different experimental conditions. Here, we develop an experimental platform based on high-dimensional orbital angular momentum states of […]

10 Dec 18
Quantum Electronics

Quantum 2, 109 (2018). https://doi.org/10.22331/q-2018-12-03-109 Quantum coherence and distributed correlations among subparties are often considered as separate, although operationally linked to each other, properties of a quantum state. Here, we propose a measure able to quantify the contributions derived by both the tensor structure of the multipartite Hilbert space and the presence of coherence inside […]

09 Dec 18
EMEDU226

Evaluate whether human augmentation and digital technology is a positive or negative development for humanity? The main question regarding digital technology is whether it alters humans and their way of life and whether any changes it causes is positive or negative. Human argumentation and digital technology can have both positive and negative development towards humanity, due to …

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09 Dec 18
One Swan a Swimming

Who I am as a Teacher of Writing What is your philosophy on teaching writing? I believe in the writing process I believe I have a cognitive view towards teaching writing. According to the Hayes and Flower model of the writing process there are 3 basic components. The first being task environment, these are all […]

09 Dec 18
Nevada Preps
#gallery-108072-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-108072-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-108072-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-108072-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Liberty senior linebacker Kyle Beaudry, 32, during practice at the school in Las Vegas Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. K.M. Cannon Las Vegas Review-Journal @KMCannonPhoto Foothill quarterback Koy Riggin (15) hands off the ball to running back Mario Armendariz (26) against Basic during the second half of a varsity football game at Basic High School in Henderson on Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotograph Bishop Gorman quarterback Micah Bowens (1) runs the ball against Bishop Manogue’s Elijah Lee (1) during the first half of the NIAA high school football championship at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotograph Bishop Gorman’s Kyu Kelly (15) during a team football practice at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2018. Erik Verduzco Las Vegas Review-Journal @Erik_Verduzco Desert Pines senior wide receiver Devin McGee (10) catches a second quarter touchdown pass against Liberty junior wide receiver Lehi Ausage (24) during the Jaguars home game with the Patriots on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, at Desert Pines High School, in Las Vegas. Benjamin Hager Las Vegas Review-Journal @benjaminhphoto Desert Pines’ junior Gabriel Lopez, 17, right, during a team football practice at Desert Pines in High School in Las Vegas, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. Erik Verduzco Las Vegas Review-Journal @Erik_Verduzco Faith Lutheran’s Sagan Gronauer (7) looks to get past Canyon Springs’ Gianni Blackwell (1) during a Mountain Region football semifinal game at Canyon Springs High School in North Las Vegas on Friday, Nov. 9, 2018. Chase Stevens Las Vegas Review-Journal @csstevensphoto Arbor View’s J.J. Tuinei (11) runs the ball after an interception against Faith Lutheran during the first half of the Class 4A Mountain Region championship game at Arbor View High School in Las Vegas on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. Chase Stevens Las Vegas Review-Journal @csstevensphoto Moapa Valley’s Chase Hoy, left, congratulates quarterback Luke Bennett after his first-half touchdown pass on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018. Truckee beat the Pirates 23-16 in a Class 3A state semifinal game. (Damon Seiters/Las Vegas Review-Journal) 2018 Football Honors (as selected by coaches) Class 4A All-Northeast League First Team Offense QB–Tyler Williamson, Desert Pines. RB–Devin McGee, Desert Pines; Jerry Martin, Legacy. FB–Isaiah Sedlillos, Legacy. WR–Branden Thomas, Desert Pines; Miles Davis, Las Vegas; Tye Moore, Desert Pines. ATH–Xavier DeLong, Canyon Springs. TE–Jordan Allen, Legacy. C–Donovan Wolfe, Canyon Springs. G–Justin Taitano, Eldorado; Nyles Fleming, Legacy. T–Tiaoalii Savea, Desert Pines; A.J. Davis, Canyon Springs. RET–Devinn Houston, Mojave. K–Brian Batres, Las Vegas. First Team Defense DE–Steven Garcia, Eldorado; Gregory Fields, Legacy. DT–Blaze Homalon, Desert Pines; Lee Wilson, Legacy; Tualauta Mann, Canyon Springs. ILB–Elijah Wade, Desert Pines; Keyvon Lakes, Canyon Springs. OLB–Akendell Wilson, Legacy; Nick Daniel, Canyon Springs. CB–Amorey Foster, Legacy; Gevon Graham, Canyon Springs. S–Malone, Eldorado; Houston, Mojave. P–Noah Thompson, Mojave. Second Team Offense QB–Jalen Malone, Eldorado. RB–Cody Summer, Las Vegas; Martin Blake, Canyon Springs. FB–Gianni Blackwell, Canyon Springs. WR–Ezekiel Washington, Desert Pines; Aaron Holloway, Legacy; Shakureon Dukes, Canyon Springs. ATH–Amorey Foster, Legacy. TE–Darnell Washington, Desert Pines. C–Kevin Orellana, Eldorado. G–Joe Brown, Desert Pines; Eber Hernandez, Las Vegas. T–Trevor Johnson, Las Vegas; Nijerious Mills, Eldorado. RET–Holloway, Legacy. K–Michael Perez, Eldorado. Second Team Defense DE–Braezhon Ross, Desert Pines; Colby Splond, Las Vegas. DT–Jaylin Headen, Las Vegas; Jaylen Ture, Mojave; Ivan Parra, Mojave. ILB–Sean Wiggins, Las Vegas; Mason Dailey, Legacy. OLB–Dejon Pratt, Desert Pines; Jamel Brown, Desert Pines. CB–Corey Clark, Desert Pines; Isaiah Harper, Mojave. S–Darius Stewart, Desert Pines; Anthony Myles, Legacy. P–Alonzo Rubio Ramirez, Eldorado. MVP Offense–Devin McGee, Desert Pines MVP Defense–Gabriel Lopez, Desert Pines Coach of the Year–Gus McNair, Canyon Springs — — All-Northwest League First Team Offense QB–Sagan Gronauer. RB–Kyle Graham, Arbor View; Jordan Norwood, Cimarron-Memorial. FB–Xavier Gomez, Shadow Ridge. WR–Peyton Thornton, Faith Lutheran; Aaron Johnson, Centennial; Gerick Robinson, Centennial. ATH–Kody Presser, Shadow Ridge. C–Jonah Singer, Palo Verde. G–Lyle Santos, Arbor View; Ahmad Morris, Shadow Ridge. T–Matt Smith, Arbor View; Zachary McPherson, Faith Lutheran. RET–Robinson, Centennial. K–Easton Jones, Arbor View. First Team Defense DE–Zavier Alston, Arbor View; Kendall Lightfoot, Faith Lutheran. DT–Tai Tuinei, Arbor View; Zeke Noma’aea, Faith Lutheran; Thomas Lane, Centennial. ILB–J.J. Tuinei, Arbor View; Hunter Kaupiko, Faith Lutheran. OLB–Billy Davis, Arbor View; Ma’a Gaoteote, Faith Lutheran. CB–Gregory Oliver, Faith Lutheran; Niles Scafati-Boyce, Arbor View. S–Karsonne Winters, Palo Verde; Keagan Touchstone, Faith Lutheran. P–Winters, Palo Verde. Second Team Offense QB–Colton Tenney, Centennial. RB–Charron Thomas, Palo Verde; Anthony Wheaton, Shadow Ridge. FB–Michael Torres, Palo Verde. WR–Noah Vernon, Faith Lutheran; Amari Miller, Centennial; Armani Burns, Bonanza. ATH–Touchstone, Faith Lutheran. C–Tyler Kincheloe, Arbor View. OG–Kanalu Shimzu, Faith Lutheran; Maalik Diggs, Cimarron-Memorial. T–Damian Jones, Centennial; Chase Osen, Shadow Ridge. RET–Graham, Arbor View. K–Antonio Vargas, Faith Lutheran. Second Team Defense DE–Cody Coffman, Centennial; Isaiah Tucker, Shadow Ridge. DT–Nikolai Jouk, Centennial; Henry Terry, Shadow Ridge; Imir Mitchell, Cimarron-Memorial. ILB–Nate Meredith, Faith Lutheran; Atoa Pili-Eskeets, Centennial. OLB–Connor Bourne, Faith Lutheran; Troy Miller, Centennial. CB–Kamden Garrett, Centennial; Cevion Gurka, Bonanza. S–Sebastian Burke, Faith Lutheran; Burns, Bonanza. P–Brennen Lyman, Shadow Ridge. MVP Offense–Sagan Gronauer, Faith Lutheran MVP Defense–J.J. Tuinei, Arbor View Coach of the Year–Dustin Forshee, Centennial — — All-Southeast League First Team Offense QB–Koy Riggin, Foothill. RB–Dorian McAllister, Basic; Zyrus Fiaseu, Liberty. FB–Vinny Gelsone, Coronado. WR–Steven Justice, Basic; Jordan Blakely, Foothill; Braeden Wilson, Foothill. ATH–Jordan Wilson, Foothill. TE–Moliki Matavao, Liberty. C–Julian Bradley, Foothill. OG–Riley Danielson, Coronado; A.J. Maluia, Liberty. OT–Brandon Yates, Liberty; Troy Fautanu, Liberty. RET–Semaj Bolin, Coronado. K–Gavin Wale, Coronado. First Team Defense DE–Mitch Jacobs, Green Valley; Richard Brewer, Liberty. DT–Micah Johnson, Foothill; Luke Toomalatai, Liberty; Derick Agatonu, Liberty. ILB–Mateo Monterde, Foothill; Zephania Maea, Liberty. OLB–Reyden Morett, Green Valley; Kyle Beaudry, Liberty. CB–Chris Render, Basic; Bolin, Coronado. S–Franco Mays, Basic; Jordan Blakely, Foothill. P–Wale, Coronado. Second Team Offense QB–Paul Myro, Basic. RB–Meshach Hawkins, Chaparral; Noah Hawthorne, Green Valley. FB–Jared Tufele, Liberty. WR–Michael Click, Basic; Kalyja Waialae, Green Valley; Morett, Green Valley. ATH–Iopu Tauili’ili, Chaparral. TE–Tyrell Hunt, Coronado. C–Bailey Burns, Green Valley. G–William Bonkavich, Green Valley; Garret Vea, Liberty. T–Jackson Pancheri, Foothill; Hunter Mecham, Green Valley. RET–Cervontes White, Liberty. K–Dennis Perez, Chaparral. Second Team Defense DE–Spencer Badgewell, Coronado; Tofa Wilson, Foothill. DT–Traden Gusman, Green Valley; Zane Maningo, Green Valley; Jayden Brown, Basic. ILB–Trace Evans, Basic; Hawkins, Chaparral. OLB–Kyle Fulton, Basic; Tauili’ili, Chaparral. CB–Kristofferson Balagot, Green Valley; Donte Bowers, Liberty. S–Austin Fiaseu, Liberty; Lehi Ausage, Liberty. P–Perez, Chaparral. MVP Offense–Koy Riggin, Foothill MVP Defense–Kyle Beaudry, Liberty Coach of the Year–Marty Redmond, Foothill — — All-Southwest League First Team Offense QB–Micah Bowens, Bishop Gorman. RB–Christian Vaughn, Desert Oasis; Amod Cianelli, Bishop Gorman. FB–Jacob Mendez, Silverado. WR–Tavaris Andrews, Sierra Vista; Rome Odunze, Bishop Gorman; Donovan Smith, Bishop Gorman. ATH–Kaden Renshaw, Durango. TE–Jayden Nersinger, Durango. C–Kenny Collins, Bishop Gorman. G–Beau Taylor, Bishop Gorman; Zach Woltz, Durango. T–Hayden Engel, Bishop Gorman; Jared Eckhart-Davis, Spring Valley. RET–Justin Johnson, Durango. K–Michael Darin, Silverado. First Team Defense DE–Treven Maae, Bishop Gorman; Falcon Kaumatule, Bishop Gorman. DT–Cole Foss, Sierra Vista; Ikaika Winward, Bishop Gorman; Connor Fryar, Bishop Gorman. ILB–Jahssiah Maiava, Sierra Vista; Bam Amina, Bishop Gorman. OLB–Tau Fotu, Durango; Bryan Certain, Bishop Gorman. CB–Kyu Kelly, Bishop Gorman; Isaiah Veal, Clark. S–Zion Jackson, Sierra Vista; Lincoln Tuioti-Mariner, Bishop Gorman. P–Nersinger, Durango. Second Team Offense QB–Renshaw, Durango. Johnson, Durango; Fotu, Durango. FB–Frankie Pelton, Durango. WR–Michael Jackson, Durango; Tristen Jimenez, Sierra Vista; Veal, Clark. ATH–Veal, Clark. TE–Jose Lozano, Desert Oasis. C–David Parker, Silverado; G–Andrew Dean, Desert Oasis; Cade Briggs, Bishop Gorman. T–Cole Foss, Sierra Vista; Brandon Cuevas, Desert Oasis. RET–Frank Bartley, Spring Valley. K–Colton Zobrist, Desert Oasis. Second Team Defense DE–Nersinger, Durango; Sergio Ibarra-Martinez, Sierra Vista. DT–Micah Walker, Desert Oasis; Demetrius Moore, Durango; Matthew LaPorte, Silverado. ILB–Pelton, Durango; Antwan McClure, Clark. OLB–Josiah Antolin, Sierra Vista; Brett Arquette, Clark. CB–Austin Connors, Spring Valley; Cameron Murray, Sierra Vista. S–Shan Fiorenza, Durango; Isaiah Bigby, Clark. P–Cuevas, Desert Oasis. MVP Offense–Micah Bowens, Bishop Gorman MVP Defense–Kyu Kelly, Bishop Gorman Coach of the Year–Mike Ovens, Desert Oasis — — — — Class 3A Honor All-State First Team Offense QB–Luke Bennett, Moapa Valley. RB–Braeden St. John, Moapa Valley; Thorsten Balmer, Boulder City; Nico Velazquez, Pahrump Valley; Marcus Trotter, Truckee. WR–Brock Richardson, Churchill County; Kody Griffis, South Tahoe; Markell Turner, Del Sol. TE–Derek Reese, Moapa Valley. OL–Zach Trieb, Pahrump Valley; Benni Otuafi, Churchill County; Nick Delgado, Churchill County; Ryland Ward, Truckee; Kaleb Frankford, Moapa Valley. ATH–Tommy McCormick, Churchill County First Team Defense DL–Jessup Lake, Moapa Valley; Hayden Redd, Moapa Valley; Marcus Trotter, Truckee; Trey Rooks, Churchill County. LB–Leo Rios, Moapa Valley; Coby Longman, Moapa Valley; Brenden Larsen, Churchill County; Jackson Skaff, Truckee. DB–Dallas Larsen, Moapa Valley; Brock Richardson, Churchill County; Ethan Andrews, Churchill County; Tyler Estabrook, Truckee; Derek Iaferriere, Truckee. RET–Cooper Jones, Elko. K–Emmanuel Valenzuela-Jones, Truckee. P–Coby Longman, Moapa Valley. Second Team Offense QB–Joshua Rose, Cheyenne. RB–Garrett Pennington, North Valleys ;Cooper Jones, Elko; Majae Madison, Cheyenne. WR–Keionte Scott, Democracy Prep; Maalik Flowers, Del Sol; Tyler Jones, North Valleys. OL–Noah Osterman, Fernley; Chance Grundmeyer, North Valleys; Jake Bullion, Truckee; Kellen Wallace, Moapa Valley; Caleb Sproul, Pahrump Valley; Kele Henderson, Moapa Valley; Tauaimalo Fiso, Virgin Valley; Alex Rodriguez, Sparks. ATH–Tyree Hayes, Sunrise Mountain Second Team Defense DL–Quinlan Coltrain, Democracy Prep; Lane Ramos, Virgin Valley; Rolando Acosta, Elko; Thomas Chapin, Fernley; Frankford, Moapa Valley. LB–Carl Hansen, Elko; Osterman, Fernley; Jimmy Dunagan, Boulder City; Steven Burgess, Democracy Prep. DB–Seth Jarrett, Valley; Scott, Democracy Prep; Joshua Washington, Cheyenne; Jones, Elko. RET–Rayvion Brown, Cheyenne. K–Rios, Moapa Valley. P–Sunny Rojas, Dayton co-MVPs–Marcus Bellon, Truckee and Sean McCormick, Churchill County Offensive Player of the Year–Elijah Jackson, Churchill County Defensive Player of the Year–Drew Wingard, Truckee Lineman of the Year–Ben Dooley, Churchill County Coach of the Year–Brooke Hill, Churchill County — — All-Southern Region First Team Offense QB–Rose, Cheyenne. RB–Velasquez, Pahrump Valley; Majae Madison, Cheyenne; St. John, Moapa Valley. WR–Turner, Del Sol; Scott, Democracy Prep; Maalik Flowers, Del Sol. OL–Frankford, Moapa Valley; Fiso, Virgin Valley; Wallace, Moapa Valley; Henderson, Moapa Valley; Sproul, Pahrump Valley. TE–Reese, Moapa Valley. ATH–Hayes, Sunrise Mountain. RET–R. Brown, Cheyenne. First Team Defense DL–Frankford, Moapa Valley; Lake, Moapa Valley; Redd, Moapa Valley; Ramos, Virgin Valley. LB–Dunagan, Boulder City; Rios, Moapa Valley; Longman, Moapa Valley; Burgess, Democracy Prep. DB–Scott, Democracy Prep; Washington, Cheyenne; Larsen, Moapa Valley; Jarrett, Valley. P–Longman, Moapa Valley. Rios, Moapa Valley Second Team Offense QB–Parker Reynolds, Boulder City. RB–Wyatt Delano, Virgin Valley; Redd, Moapa Valley; Casey Flennory, Pahrump Valley. WR–Josh Cox, Moapa Valley; Link Rhodes, Sunrise Mountain; R. Brown, Cheyenne. OL–Michael Kaposta, Boulder City; Chris Rose, Cheyenne; Jayden Patterson, Del Sol; Alexander Gomez, Valley; Trevion Rivero, Cheyenne; Riley Waite, Virgin Valley. TE–Kemani Wilks, Del Sol. ATH–Mike Reed, Cheyenne. RET–Trystin Lehman, Moapa Valley. Second Team Defense DL–Lonny Rose, Cheyenne; Sayvyon Smith, Democracy Prep; Henderson, Moapa Valley; Travis Hungerford, Moapa Valley. LB–Bryan Juarez, Del Sol; Lee Williams, Cheyenne; Elijah Neal, Democracy Prep; Rudy Cannon, Virgin Valley. DB–Jake Hampsten, Virgin Valley; Nathan Dalley, Moapa Valley; Scott Bahde, Boulder City; Keenan McNair, Valley. P–Reed, Cheyenne. K–Keith Jones, Democracy Prep MVP–Thorsten Balmer, Boulder City Offensive Player of the Year–Luke Bennett, Moapa Valley Defensive Player of the Year–Quinlan Coltrain, Democracy Prep Lineman of the Year–Zach Trieb, Pahrump Valley Coach of the Year–Joe Clayton, Pahrump Valley — — All-Sunrise League First Team Offense QB–Reynolds, Boulder City. RB–Delano, Virgin Valley; Redd, Moapa Valley; St. John, Moapa Valley. WR–Cox, Moapa Valley; Deavin Lopez, Boulder City; Rhodes, Sunrise Mountain. OL–Waite, Virgin Valley; Fiso, Virgin Valley; Henderson, Moapa Valley; Wallace, Moapa Valley; Kaposta, Boulder City. TE–Reese, Moapa Valley. ATH–Hayes, Sunrise Mountain First Team Defense LB–Dunagan, Boulder City; Rios, Moapa Valley; Longman, Moapa Valley; Cannon, Virgin Valley. DB–Larsen, Moapa Valley; Hampsten, Virgin Valley. S–Dalley, Moapa Valley; Bahde, Boulder City. DL–Ramos Virgin Valley; Henderson, Moapa Valley; Redd, Moapa Valley; Hungerford, Boulder City. RET–Lehman, Virgin Valley. P–Longman, Moapa Valley. K–Rios, Moapa Valley Second Team Offense QB–Meb Hollingshead, Virgin Valley. RB–Lehman, Moapa Valley; Demaurier Alexander, Sunrise Mountain; Vicente Pinto, Virgin Valley. WR–Chase Hoy, Moapa Valley; Hampsten, Virgin Valley; LaQuan Macklin, Sunrise Mountain. OL–Tristan Garza, Rancho; Jeremy Perkins, Virgin Valley; Adrian Huerta, Moapa Valley; Jose Lara-Salas, Sunrise Mountain; James Ewell, Boulder City. TE–Dunagan, Boulder City. ATH–Sharif Hamilton, Rancho. Second Team Defense LB–Macklin, Sunrise Mountain; Jesse Gonzalez, Rancho; Thomas Bellavance, Moapa Valley; Ethan Overson, Rancho. DB–Luke Barlow, Moapa Valley; Tanner Rogers, Boulder City. S–Alexander Bramasco, Rancho; Hayes, Sunrise Mountain. DL–Perkins, Virgin Valley; Giantae Jackson, Rancho; Jeremiah Ford, Sunrise Mountain; Hayden Moore, Boulder City. RET–Pinto, Virgin Valley MVP–Thorsten Balmer, Boulder City Offensive Player of the Year–Luke Bennett, Moapa Valley Defensive Player of the Year–Jessup Lake, Moapa Valley Lineman of the Year–Kaleb Frankford, Moapa Valley Coach of the Year–Brent Lewis, Moapa Valley — — All-Sunset League First Team Offense QB–Jarrett Zibert, Valley. RB–Flennory, Pahrump Valley; Madison, Cheyenne; Trey Alexander, Del Sol. WR–Kelley Jones, Democracy Prep; R. Brown Cheyenne; Flowers, Del Sol. OL–Christopher Rose, Cheyenne; Patterson, Del Sol; Sproul, Pahrump Valley; Rivero, Cheyenne; Gomez, Valley. TE–K. Wilks, Del Sol. ATH–Reed, Cheyenne. First Team Defense LB–Neal, Democracy Prep; Williams, Cheyenne; Juarez, Del Sol; Burgess, Democracy Prep. DB–Jarrett, Valley; Washington, Cheyenne; Scott, Democracy Prep; McNair, Valley. DL–Smith, Democracy Prep; L. Rose, Cheyenne; Alex Marin, Del Sol; Ray’Vhaun Wilkins, Del Sol. RET–R. Brown, Cheyenne. P–Reed, Cheyenne. K–Keith Jones, Democracy Prep Second Team Defense QB–Andre Nevarez, Del Sol. RB–Joey Koenig, Pahrump Valley; Bryce Jones, Valley; Ramon Green, Democracy Prep. WR–Larry Perry, Valley; Damani Wilks, Del Sol; Amar Smith, Democracy Prep. OL–Brandon Bunker, Pahrump Valley; Danny De La Rosa, Del Sol; Jayden Freiburger, Valley; Denzell Brown, Cheyenne; Armani McGhee, Pahrump Valley. Second Team Defense LB–Joshua Garbutt, Cheyenne; Dylan Grossell, Pahrump Valley; Jayden Faumuina, Del Sol; Wesley Federson, Cheyenne. DB–Kelley Jones, Democracy Prep; Kayce Cohen, Del Sol; Willie Lucas, Pahrump Valley; Devonte Armstrong, Cheyenne. DL–McGhee, Pahrump Valley; Gomez, Valley; D. Brown, Cheyenne; Jeremiah Hardison, Cheyenne. co-MVPs–Markell Turner, Del Sol and Nico Velazquez, Pahrump Valley co-Offensive Players of the Year–Joshua Rose, Cheyenne and Keionte Scott, Democracy Prep Defensive Player of the Year–Quinlan Coltrain, Democracy Prep Lineman of the Year–Zach Trieb, Pahrump Valley Coach of the Year–Joe Clayton, Pahrump Valley
09 Dec 18
Quantum Electronics

Quantum 2, 111 (2018). https://doi.org/10.22331/q-2018-12-04-111 Quantum key distribution is on the verge of real world applications, where perfectly secure information can be distributed among multiple parties. Several quantum cryptographic protocols have been theoretically proposed and independently realized in different experimental conditions. Here, we develop an experimental platform based on high-dimensional orbital angular momentum states of […]

09 Dec 18
Quantum Electronics

Quantum 2, 109 (2018). https://doi.org/10.22331/q-2018-12-03-109 Quantum coherence and distributed correlations among subparties are often considered as separate, although operationally linked to each other, properties of a quantum state. Here, we propose a measure able to quantify the contributions derived by both the tensor structure of the multipartite Hilbert space and the presence of coherence inside […]

09 Dec 18
Daily Republic

Bocce Fairfield Bocce Federation Winter League Standings As of Dec. 6 Tuesday AM League                            W   L   Pts Los Bandidos     13   5   193 Bocce Friends     13  5   185 No Mercy         […]