Summer Trends

18 Jul 19
The Blogging of Abildgaard 038

Lucky8Score – Tousled tresses exude a playful, surfer female vibe; the appear’s hip and hot. Link Alternatif QQLucky8 You can utilize same hairstyles for both equally. Even so, you can also get static if your brush has plastic bristles or tines. There are a lot of fantastic wigs and hairpieces that you could contemplate to […]

18 Jul 19
Things And Ways

It isn’t even halfway into summer yet in North America but lets be honest, a lot of us are already daydreaming about fall. The crisp air, pumpkin season, and new fall fashion has most of us excited for the autumn season! Soon it will be time to wrap up in cozy styles and head out […]

18 Jul 19
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18 Jul 19
BestySells

Price: [price_with_discount](as of [price_update_date] – Details)  This stunning women's scarf from our brand new collection is safe to keep you cozy, comfortable and stylish in all seasons. Drape it over your shoulders like a stole or a cape, wrap around your neck for a bohemian look, or wear it as a headscarf. This versatility makes […]

18 Jul 19
News Trends & Tech

Two days into the annual summer meet at Del Mar Thoroughbred Club just north of San Diego, two horses are dead after colliding during training.        from USATODAY – Sports Top Stories https://ift.tt/2xV4q2C

18 Jul 19
What I Watched - TV With Theresa

What I Watched Today (rambling, random thoughts & annoyingly detailed recaps from real time TV watching)   👿 Ugh. Last night, my entire line of FIOS services died. Phone, TV, Internet – poof! This happens so rarely, I didn’t even think it happened anymore. Even worse, it involved a technician having to come out this morning. […]

18 Jul 19
CustomCat Blog

Introduction Flip Flops are known to be unofficial footwear of summertime. This simple piece becomes go-to footwear of almost everyone during the summer months. Flips Flops are great for many activities – going to the beach, running errands, or just taking trash out to the end of the driveway. Flip Flops have the untapped potential of […]

18 Jul 19
MoniqSales

Portrait of beautiful Caucasian woman looking for clothes in store. Photo of life of happy young woman looking at clothes hanging on rail inside clothing store. business woman buying clothes. Credit Image: Getty Images What you need to know: Do women dress for themselves or for society? Tell us what you think. Send us your […]

18 Jul 19

Let’s talk fashion essentials. There are certain pieces I believe every woman should have in her closet. These are the timeless pieces that will never go out of style. While I love to occasionally embrace trends, I prefer to spend most of my money on things I know I can wear for years to come. […]

18 Jul 19
Sport Archives

University football is slowly but surely globalizing. Check out this complete list of NCAA foreign football players in 2019 in Division I FBS. This is the first part of a three-part series on international college football players from the NCAA. Part 1: Analysis of the list of NCAA international football players for 2019 Part 2: […]

18 Jul 19
Sincerely, Cato

Okay…who’s DYING over this super fun, retro tie-dye print that is making a major comeback? If you haven’t been able to tell, we are a little obsessed around here. Not only is tie dye a free-spirited and cool look, it can also be a fun activity to do in the summertime. So, whether you are […]

18 Jul 19
myopic_yeti

Hello human, how are you doing today? Have you ever paused sometime today and wondered about water scarcity? You must have, because its a palpitating problem and soon a day will break from dawn when water is a luxury. Aren’t we already seeing such trends? Our cities continue to grow, so does the population and […]

18 Jul 19
NBC4 WCMH-TV
The Marion Police Department announced a new campaign on Thursday to help keep residents in need cool during extreme heat. There is an excessive heat warning in effect for the Marion area through 8 p.m. Saturday night. Temperatures will be in the 90s through Saturday with the heat index expected to reach as high as 112 on Friday and Saturday. Chief Bill Collins wanted to find another way to serve those in our community who do not have access to air conditioning or other types of cooling equipment during these dangerous heat spikes. He tasked his staff with finding a way to get help to those who need a way to cool down in the coming days. “This is our MPACT ideology in action,” said Chief Collins. “MPACT is Marion Police AND Community Together and this program is the platform from which we showcase the great importance we place on police/citizen relationships each and every day.” The MPACT Program reached out to some key community partners in Lowe’s and Wal-Mart and asked if they would join forces to bring some cooling relief to the people of Marion. Both businesses offered support for the campaign. Wal-Mart provided the police department with a $100 gift card toward the purchase of 20 fans. Lowe’s provided an approximate $200 discount toward the purchase of 40 fans and donated over 2,100 bottles of water to the police department to disseminate to people in need during this heat emergency. The MPACT Program will be working in the community in the coming days to identify homes that lack proper air conditioning or alternative cooling systems and officers will be donating a fan and bottled water to people who need them. “When we need something, this community just steps up time and again,” said Collins. “When you are out there doing good things, people want to help, businesses like these want to participate. We appreciate their commitment to these great programs while we also recognize that we simply could not accomplish work on this scale without people like Lowe’s and Wal-Mart.” As with most previous summers, the police department has seen that the call load tends to trend upward with the rising heat. Increased heat can sometimes result in an increase of hostilities as well. The MPACT Program comes from a balanced approach that continually seeks to resolve the pressing conflict and crime that occurs in any city this size, while also implementing these additional strategies that seek to forge strong ties in the community. “The police department has arrested some dangerous criminals on some very serious crimes this week. It is a great credit to the 55 men and women tasked with keeping this city safe that we can invest such a significant amount of time and energy into conducting these complex investigations and before even taking a breath, we ask, ‘what else can we do for our community,’” said Lt. B.J. Gruber of the Marion Police Dept. Collins acknowledges that much of what the MPACT Program accomplishes each day could traditionally be seen as operating outside the purview of typical law enforcement responsibilities. “That is by design,” says Chief Collins. “We have created some excellent programs that are intended to take the citizen/police relationship to the next level from Hotdogs and Heroes to Chillin’ Pops with Cops and everything in between. It’s amazing to see the incredible ways that we have very intentionally built trust, created transparency and really just solidified meaningful relationships with the citizens we serve.” Relationships of this nature are very important as the Marion Police Department recognizes that trust is an essential commodity when we seek information from the community that is essential to solving serious crimes. “We have seen the increase in community engagement, not just from our side but on the part of the community as well,” said Chief Collins. “When your community trusts you and they believe in what you are doing they are more likely to call you and provide you with information that could be critical to solving crimes much like those we were dealing with this week.” MPD Officers will be looking for homes in need of fans in the coming days while also providing cool bottled water to those who are outdoors and at greater risk of heat-related sickness or injury. Also, please remember your four-legged friends during this time and ensure that they have needed shade, shelter and water
18 Jul 19
ENGL 1102: Summer 2019

“Curt the Alien” Script SLIDE 1 KM: Welcome, my name is Kathryn Morris. RM: I’m Regina Major. KS: and I’m Kenneth Sutton. This is our movie pitch for “Curt the Alien”. KM: After a lot of brainstorming and a little bit of conflict, we came up with the idea of creating a science fiction, anti-bullying […]