Mark Teixeira

17 Jun 19
The Sports Daily

Stream live sports and ESPN originals on ESPN+ for only $4.99 a month. Start your 7-day free trial today! There is constant debate about the “official” UFC fighter rankings, which are based on voting from a panel of journalists.  Such is the case with something as subjective as voting – it’s totally based on voter’s […]

17 Jun 19
Archy news nety

17 June 2019 YATESVILLE – John Haas, Ed.D. Dean of the Pittston Area Senior High School, announces the students who qualified for the honor roll for the fourth quarter of 2019. SENIORS HONORS WITH DISTINCTION Brooke Allen, Dominick Angradi, Maria Appnel, Nicole Audi, Chloe Belles, Nicole Bonczek, Riley Brody, Guinevere Caprari, Luchia Carabetta, Carly Carey, […]

17 Jun 19
GOLD - PLATINUM- BATTERIES!

ORDER OF PRECEDENCE Reported to the Office of the Chief of Protocol as of April 8, 2019 AMBASSADOR EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY For Bilateral Missions and Heads of Delegation (European Union and African Union) Country Ambassador Presentation of Credentials at White House Date PALAU Hersey KYOTA (Dean of the Diplomatic Corps and EAP Region) 11/12/97 TURKMENISTAN Meret ORAZOV […]

15 Jun 19
Bats and Blogs

Catcher Adley Rutschman of Oregon State is the 33rd recipient of the Dick Howser Trophy, presented by The Game Headwear, as college baseball’s Player of the Year. The announcement came at a national news conference Saturday morning at TD Ameritrade Stadium as OSU’s first winner of the prestigious award met with a group of national […]

14 Jun 19
Times-Herald
The graduation ceremony of Vallejo’s Jesse Bethel High School class of 2019, held at Vallejo High School’s Corbus Field on Thursday, differed in a couple of unusual ways from the typical such event. For one thing, the Valedictorian’s speech hit some seriously political notes, not to mention the Valedictorian herself was the school’s first Latina woman to earn the honor. But also, the class included two people tied to tragedies that shone an unfortunate spotlight on the city of Vallejo some 50 years apart. James Pinson’s daughter Pearl Pinson would have walked the stage Thursday had she not been kidnapped on her way to school three years ago. She has not been found. Her sister Rose accepted her diploma on Pearl’s behalf. “It’s real emotional to see my daughter’s name in the program, and keep looking for her, and she’s not here,” James Pinson said. “But, I feel she’s here with us in spirit.” A photo of Pearl Pinson sits in an empty chair to remember the missing teen. Pearl’s sister Rose accepted her diploma during the Bethel High School graduation on Thursday at Corbus Field in Vallejo. (Chris Riley–Times-Herald) Also graduating Thursday was Morghan Shiner, whose grandmother Melody Jensen Long graduated from Hogan in 1962. Jensen Long, who drove some two hours from her home in Pollock Pines to see her granddaughter graduate, is also the sister of Betty Lou Jensen, the first known Zodiac victim in the area. “I’d have liked to see her graduate, but she never made it,” Jensen Long said. Most of the capacity crowd that filled the stands were well-wishers with only happy congratulations on their minds. Andrew Mattos’ grandmother Georgia Bettencourt’s, was among those. “He’s my first grandchild to graduate,” she said. “He did very well in school, making As and Bs, and he’s going to Sacramento State after he graduates. We’re very proud of him.” Heena Bharti’s sister Devya Bharti also graduated Thursday. “She’s moving on,” Heena Bharti said. “We’re all very happy.” The girls’ mother Kiran Bala and their grandparents were all at Thursday’s ceremony to see the first in their family to graduate from high school since they arrived here from India. A cheer rose from the crowd as the Jesse Bethel High School Band struck up Pomp and Circumstance, and a sea of black and gold caps and gowns snaked its way from the gym to the field and took their seats facing the stage holding Vallejo City Unified School District trustees and other dignitaries. Colors were presented by the Bethel NJROTC, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Senior Class Vice President Michelle Maligat, and the National Anthem sung by Roselene Gabun. Following a welcome by JSB President Brandon Bautista, a moment of silence was had for those who couldn’t be there, which, besides Pinson, included teacher Ricardo Henley and student Chad Santamaria. Bautista said his class had many achievements to celebrate and that he’s sure they will become wonderful nurses, doctors, lawyers, engineers “and maybe presidents,” as long as they continued to “believe in your abilities.” The senior class officers announced the class gift, which is a bench in Henley’s honor. Salutatorian Kayle Ann Lim, thanked her family and everyone else who supported her to this point. She noted the loss of several important people in her life during her high school years, including Santamaria, who had been a good friend, and who offered her words of encouragement before he died. She spoke of the obstacles she overcame including health and self-esteem issues, and said she came away with the life lesson that some things are inevitable, and the best thing to do is to “go as fast as you can, get it over and move on.” She offered congratulations to the entire class of 2019, and added that, “as Mr. Henley always said, let’s keep this train moving.” Valedictorian Natalie Alexia Ramos also made thank-yous, but included those “who didn’t believe in me and didn’t think I should be standing before you today,” because they motivated her to excel. Ramos advised that when they run into people who put Vallejo down, class members should remember the words of former First Lady Michelle Obama, who said, “When they go low, we go high.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Ramos said that though the United States “was built on racist institutions,” these can be dismantled and rebuilt, and that her classmates’ dreams are achievable, in any case. “You can do it, because you’ve got people you have to prove wrong, and because you have the ability,” she said. “The sky’s no longer the limit. Now we can reach for the stars.” Julius Teixeira celebrates after getting his diploma during the Bethel High School graduation on Thursday at Corbus Field in Vallejo. (Chris Riley–Times-Herald) Ramos said she dedicated her Valedictorianship to every one, in every disenfranchised group, including “every black or brown person wrongly incarcerated,” and also to her ancestors, “whose land was stolen from them, and my grandparents who crossed the border without papers to make a better life.” Other speakers included Nicole Anderson, Jesse Bethel’s granddaughter, and Vallejo school district superintendent Adam Clark, who encouraged class members to one day “come back and serve your community. Don’t stand on the sidelines, pointing fingers if you’re not willing to jump in with both feet and pitch in.” Also, Principal Ramon Cusi, who encouraged the 346 graduates of the class of 2019, to remember that “good things are happening in the City of Vallejo, and its our time to make them better. Reach for the stars, Jaguars.”
08 Apr 19
Kantar

Welcome back to your weekly update on the changes, trends, and movers-and-shakers making headlines across marketing, brand, consumers and more!

11 Jun 19
Sport Archives

In his new book, “Mission 27, “Mark Feinsand and Bryan Hoch take readers inside the legendary Bronx Bomber team who won the 27th world title in the franchise in 2009. But to prevail in the World Series, the Yankees were forced to do it through the Phillies, and, because of this exclusive extract data, rabid […]

10 Jun 19
210Sports

On Monday Worcester visited historic Fraser Field in Lynn, Massachusetts to take on North Shore but couldn’t hold a mid-game lead and dropped a 4-3 contest to the Navigators. After falling behind by a run in the bottom of the second the Bravehearts evened the score in the top of the fourth when a Bryce […]

09 Jun 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Neymar completed his move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain for a staggering fee of €222 million in the summer of 2017 and the big deals haven’t stopped since, with Kylian Mbappe joining him in Paris for €145m plus €35m in bonuses. As a result of his move to the French capital, the Brazilian is now […]

08 Jun 19
Football4Cast

The monumental moves just keep on coming with Real Madrid signing Chelsea’s Eden Hazard Neymar completed his move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain for a staggering fee of €222 million  in the summer of 2017 and the big deals haven’t stopped since, with Kylian Mbappe joining him in Paris  for €145m plus €35m in bonuses. As a result […]

08 Jun 19
Daily Republic

Bowling Stars Recreation Center SUMMER REJECTS: Eric Sweeney 218, Cliff Letterman 200, Phil Miranda 254, Todd Arvin 202, Scott Stacey 200, Bill Slade 201, Ben Wood 220, Curtis Enyart 219, 214, 201, RT Koeuino 202, Mickey Faulkner 203, 216, 219, Ray Higuera 244, 232, 257, (733), Nora Enyart 179 (130 avg), Annette Mize 207, Ben […]

08 Jun 19
Neuropreprints

Motor axon excitability measures in the rat tail are the same: awake or anaesthetized using sodium pentobarbital. Kelvin E Jones, David J Bennett Two new polymorphic structures of alpha-synuclein solved by cryo-electron microscopy Ricardo Guerrero-Ferreira, Nicholas M. I. Taylor, Ana-Andrea Arteni, Pratibha Kumari, DanielMona, Philippe Ringler, Markus Britschgi, Matthias E. Lauer, Joeri Verasdock, Roland Riek, Ronald Melki, Beat H. Meier, Anja Bockmann, […]