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23 May 19
fox13now.com

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23 May 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

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23 May 19
Midlife Crisis Crossover!

It’s guilty pleasure time! I saw the first two installments of Keanu Reeves’ comeback on home video, where I could revel in macho action ballet without feeling obligated to write an entire entry about either one. Longtime MCC readers may recall any film I see in theaters gets its own writeup. And so we arrive […]

23 May 19
Ryan's Realm of Social Themes

Ryan Busch Buddies and a SAMO, What Could be Better?   Teen Wellness: High School Relationships On the afternoon of May 11th, promptly around 1:30 I received a text from one of my friends to go on a SAMO opportunity, which I had previously had zero clue about. I was excited since I had no […]

23 May 19
Addiction

While the word addiction is frequently used and at times said in a playful connotation, what the word truly entails is a much more serious matter that can have detrimental effects on one’s health. Horvath, Misra, Epner, & Cooper define addiction as “ the repeated involvement with a substance or activity, despite the substantial harm […]

23 May 19
Nachrichten Welt

Am Dienstag sagte der Bürgermeister von Birmingham, Randall Woodfin, das neue Gesetz über die Abtreibung könne die beiden Technologieunternehmen der Stadt kosten. Woodfin identifizierte diese Unternehmen nicht, sagte jedoch, dass ein Unternehmen Pläne für einen Besuch in Birmingham abgesagt habe und das andere Bedenken wegen des Abtreibungsgesetzes habe. .

23 May 19
dividendprovides

Every year it seems to flood in parts of the world, some areas have seen 100 year events in 6 years, which tends to mean people are beginning in the financial world are beginning to see climate change as an event and the need to change calculations on normal agricultural cycles. In an article by […]

23 May 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
CHICO — The new Commercial Cannabis Advisory Committee met for the first time on Wednesday evening; the meeting was largely introductory and served as an overview of what the board hopes to accomplish in the next few months. Members of the committee include City Council appointee and City Vice Mayor Alex Brown, representatives from the Downtown Chico Business Association, Chico State, Chico Unified School District, Butte County Public Health, and the Chico Chamber of Commerce, as well as a local cannabis expert, a local business owner and two community members-at-large. Chico Mayor Randall Stone made a quick appearance at the start of the meeting, in which he told the assembled committee members that local marijuana regulation was a “challenging and certainly politically heated topic” but that he had faith in the board finding a solution that would work for both sides of the debate. Brown said the committee will have a minimum of five to seven meetings, with the opportunity to extend the schedule further as needed, and they would focus on questions of cultivation, microbusiness, manufacturing and processing and personal cultivation. Several of the board members then spoke about what they would like to see accomplished by the committee, and chief among many of their concerns were the density of retail and the proximity to cannabis shops to schools, parks and playgrounds; the potency of available products; training budtenders in their responsibilities, the same way bartenders are required to; and marketing and products that target youth, such as flavored drinks and colorful packaging. The representative from Chico State, Juanita Mottley, said the campus was particularly focused on making sure products were not targeted toward students.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Community members who came to the first committee meeting said they were excited for the opportunity to bring the regulated cannabis industry to Chico, and former Chico City Councilor Tom Nichol offered to help the current committee find information that a previous board had compiled in 2008. The next Commercial Cannabis Advisory Committee meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 29 at 3 p.m. in Conference Room 1 at the Chico Municipal Center, 421 Main St.
23 May 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
CHICO — The new Commercial Cannabis Advisory Committee met for the first time on Wednesday evening; the meeting was largely introductory and served as an overview of what the board hopes to accomplish in the next few months. Members of the committee include City Council appointee and City Vice Mayor Alex Brown, representatives from the Downtown Chico Business Association, Chico State, Chico Unified School District, Butte County Public Health, and the Chico Chamber of Commerce, as well as a local cannabis expert, a local business owner and two community members-at-large. Chico Mayor Randall Stone made a quick appearance at the start of the meeting, in which he told the assembled committee members that local marijuana regulation was a “challenging and certainly politically heated topic” but that he had faith in the board finding a solution that would work for both sides of the debate. Brown said the committee will have a minimum of five to seven meetings, with the opportunity to extend the schedule further as needed, and they would focus on questions of cultivation, microbusiness, manufacturing and processing and personal cultivation. Several of the board members then spoke about what they would like to see accomplished by the committee, and chief among many of their concerns were the density of retail and the proximity to cannabis shops to schools, parks and playgrounds; the potency of available products; training budtenders in their responsibilities, the same way bartenders are required to; and marketing and products that target youth, such as flavored drinks and colorful packaging. The representative from Chico State, Juanita Mottley, said the campus was particularly focused on making sure products were not targeted toward students.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Community members who came to the first committee meeting said they were excited for the opportunity to bring the regulated cannabis industry to Chico, and former Chico City Councilor Tom Nichol offered to help the current committee find information that a previous board had compiled in 2008. The next Commercial Cannabis Advisory Committee meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 29 at 3 p.m. in Conference Room 1 at the Chico Municipal Center, 421 Main St.
23 May 19
New Hampshire Track and Field

Division Meet Hub Order of Events Livestream By Nate Leveille Friday marks the 2019 Division 1 Championships at the University of New Hampshire.  Lancertiming will be on hand, the video board will be broadcasting the meet, and newhampshiretrackandfield.com will be on hand making the spectating atmosphere the best in New England.  Many teams, coaches, and […]

23 May 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
SANTA CRUZ — California is an increasingly healthy state for senior citizens to live, according to a report from the United Health Foundation. The United Health Foundation’s annual America’s Health Rankings Senior Report shows that California ranked 17th healthiest state for senior citizens. Last year, it was in 20th place. Santa Cruz County ranks 13 of the 58 counties in California for health outcomes, as reported in the County Health Rankings, but health outcomes are not reported specifically for the senior demographic, 65 years and older according to Medicare requirements. The United Health Foundations report also shows that there is more availability of home-based services. In the past year, home health care workers increased from approximately 75 aides to 236 aides per 1,000 adults age 75 years[cq comment=” old”] and older. “A wider availability of home-based services ‘is an encouraging trend that may help seniors continue to live independently or remain in their homes longer,”’ said Dr. Rhonda Randall, executive vice president and chief medical officer of [cq comment=”one word cq? ->df”] [cq comment=”one word- EI”]UnitedHealthcare National Markets, and an adviser to America’s Health Rankings, in a press release. Kathleen Malone, director of marketing at Hospice of Santa Cruz County, said palliative care has grown year over year. Palliative care, which the nonprofit launched in 2016, is home-based services from a team of doctors and care providers to help an individual with long-term serious illnesses meet his/her needs and values. Malone said this growth is partly a result of people’s increased awareness of the services, but it is hard to know if it’s directly aligned with the aging population. The population creates a need, and Hospice of Santa Cruz County is supporting that need with palliative, transitional and hospice care, she added. The senior population nationwide has grown 45% since 2000, with more than 50 million seniors ages 65 and older living in the U.S. today, according to the report. People 60 years and older live in nearly 4.27 million California homes, according to the Suburban Stats website. There are 2.75 million family households with seniors, while there are 201,603 nonfamily households. The percent of people 65 years and older living in the county is 15.6%, according to County Health Rankings, but the number of seniors living in the county was unavailable for the report. Jackie Tucker, co-owner of Care From the Heart In Home Services[cq comment=”,”] Inc. in Santa Cruz, said the benefits of in-home health care is one-on-one care unique to each person Care from the Heart was founded in 1995 and serves about 150 clients from 56-101 years old. “It’s a healthy place to live when you have the health care provider or agency that is going to provide the care with dignity, determination and success,” she said, and added that these services can be therapeutic here in the “beautiful place” that is Santa Cruz County. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Mike McConnell, director of Adult and Long Term Care Division of the County of Santa Cruz Human Services Department, said the In-Home Support Services program, which serves 2,700 people, has expanded by 5% per year since 2012, following the demographic of increasingly older adults in the community. “Most people’s choice is to age at home,” he said and added that seniors want independence and tend to thrive when they are in a situation where they have it. The rise of in-home health care is not an increase in disabilities, but rather age: people in aging populations experience more health problems, mobility challenges and transportation issues if they can’t drive. “Whether it is using the [report’s] data to make a renewed push for healthy eating and physical activity, encouraging seniors to stay active in their communities such as volunteering, making seniors aware of and helping them access services that can help address their mental health challenges…we can all work together to tackle these concerning health trends,” Randall said in a prepared statement.[cq comment=”this is a whole lotta quote. Anyway to break it up or paraphrase./df. MM agrees.”]
23 May 19
RACING SPORTS RESULTS

STRATEGY CALL ALLOWS PARK PLACE PORSCHE TO RUN AWAY FOR MICHELIN PILOT CHALLENGE VICTORY AT MID-OHIO RESULTS Trent Hindman (USA)/ Alan Brynjolfsson (USA) – Porsche 718 Cayman Dylan Murry (USA) / James Cox (USA) – Mercedes-AMG Jeff Westphal (USA)/Tyler McQuarrie (USA) – Audi R8 Brent Mosing (USA) /Tim Probert (USA) – Mercedes-AMG Mark Wilkins (CAN) […]

23 May 19
San Vito Bird Club

This was a difficult Quiz Bird.  We did have one correct guess on Facebook from the great and powerful Gabriel Calvo, who correctly identified the…NORTHERN SCHIFFORNIS. I often refer the Northern Schiffornis as a ‘birder’s bird’, due its rather monotonous  plumage, sluggish behavior and secretive lifestyle.  The Northern Schiffornis definitely does not fall into the […]

22 May 19
TechWomenLead

An inclusive and diverse workforce starts with you. Be a change agent. By Juliet Randall

22 May 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

FRISCO, Texas – Dak Prescott knows he’ll likely have a new contract before the 2019 season opens. The Cowboys have tendered Prescott an offer for a long-term extension. His team of agents has returned a counteroffer. Still, the quarterback says, give him a few years before asking him for details. “It’s one (proposal) from each side,” Prescott […]