Transition

17 Jul 19
Khaos Theory Derby

RollerCon 2019 with Merry Khaos, at MVP5 on Wednesday at 5:20pm This is my outline before the class goes off. Things may change during the class, in which case I will come back in and edit. For now… enjoy!   Objectives To help skaters learn how to work with each other better on the track, […]

17 Jul 19
Kamloops and Me

People living in East Vancouver will have better access to team-based urgent and primary care with the opening of the new REACH Urgent and Primary Care Centre (UPCC). “The Reach centre will help connect more people in East Vancouver and the surrounding communities with the health care they need, when they need it,” said Premier […]

17 Jul 19
News Directory

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17 Jul 19
Mindy Cakes

I’m so late to the posting party on this one – as I made it over a year ago for one of my best friend’s baby shower! Ok, so this friend…she’s one of a kind and she’s been a rock for me over the last couple of years. I’ve been through a lot and she […]

17 Jul 19
Vents Magazine

Hi Karen, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? Great! Thanks for the welcome! Can you talk to us more about your upcoming single? “Lovertown” is a song about feeling and spreading self-love and being happy wherever you are and whatever you’re doing. Did any event in particular inspire you to write this song? Lyrically, […]

17 Jul 19
Road Rube

Road Rube Rides Scenic Byway 108 Minnesota Scenic Byway 108 transitions from open prairie grassland to lightly wooded landscape that goes past Lake Lida, Moore Lake, East and West Silent Lakes. It’s a good country ride with some nice sweeper curves. Road Rube Distance: 31 miles Time: 41 minutes Ride Rating  3.8/5 Scenery  […]

17 Jul 19
Augusta Free Press

NC State coach Dave Doeren and players Justin Witt and James Smith-Williams talk with reporters at the 2019 ACC Kickoff.

17 Jul 19
BCNN1 WP

William D. “Bill” Henard, executive director-treasurer of the West Virginia Convention of Southern Baptists since 2015, has accepted a call to pastor First Baptist Church in Athens, Tenn., the convention reported in a July 17 news release. In a letter to the administrative committee of the convention’s Executive Board, Henard stated, “I have made the […]

17 Jul 19
Broadwayfaceblog

The new Mayo Civic Center commission is planning to have the new executive director Joe Ward and a yet-to-be named managers of operations and food and beverages in place by Sept. 1. JLL, the consulting firm, which has been constructing programs and advising the MCC on numerous operational issues for several years, is doing the […]

17 Jul 19
KSNT
The YWCA held their quarterly Summer Network Lunch on Wednesday at the YWCA, 225 SW 12th St. The topic of the Network Lunch was “Exploring Women’s Mental Health”. More than 1 in 5 women in the United States experienced depression in the past year.  Many mental health conditions, such as depression and Bipolar Disorder affect more women than men and affect women in different ways.  Speakers for the lunch were Phelica A. Glass, LSCSW, GCCA-C, CSOTP. Glass specializes in children’s behavioral and emotional disorders and helps families transition during life changes and trauma and Tara D. Wallace, LSCSW, CTF-CBT, CATP, CCTP.  Wallace is a licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker and nationally certified trauma therapist.  Phelica A. Glass, LSCSW, GCCA-C, CSOTP. and Tara D. Wallace, LSCSW, CTF-CBT, CATP, CCTP.   Kathleen Marker, YWCA CEO Allison Marker, YWCA Director of Resource Development
17 Jul 19
Ndiho Media

By Paul Ndiho After weeks of violent protests and difficult negotiations, Sudan’s protesters and ruling generals signed a deal that aims to install a civilian administration, a key demand of demonstrators since president Omar al-Bashir was deposed in a coup three months ago. Sudan’s ruling military and the pro-democracy movement on Wednesday signed a political […]

17 Jul 19
Worlds of Writing

And it’s only going to get hotter and hotter. We’re fortunate, we have a place on the lake, and the lake breezes keep us a little less hot than other places. Thank Oneness for air conditioning. I have worked for a local Carrier dealer and we have a top of the line model. I hadn’t […]

17 Jul 19
Canon City Daily Record
The Canyonlands Fire is 90 percent contained, according to a press release Wednesday. In the release, officials stated that management of the fire will transition from the Type 3 fire management team led by Matt Norden to a local BLM Front Range Type 4 team, led by Damon Kurtz. The Type 4 team will monitor the fire and take any necessary suppression actions until the fire is considered “out.” Authorities stated that residents near the fire area can expect to see smoke periodically rising, especially during the afternoon hours. There are still islands of unburned vegetation within the fire containment lines. With warm and dry weather expected during the next few days, fire crews are concerned unburned fuels may ignite. These pockets of unburned vegetation are well inside the burned area perimeter and pose little threat to the fire containment lines. The local Type 4 team will continue to maintain a presence in the fire area. After seven days fighting the Canyonlands Fire, the San Juan and Wyoming hotshot crews will be released Wednesday to return to their home bases. These hotshot crews have been camping on top of Table Mountain for the past five nights. The Type 3, A-Star helicopter that has been operating from the Tallahassee Fire Station also will be released Wednesday. The fire remains at about 50 acres and on Bureau of Land Management lands. No structures have been threatened. An information phone line, Facebook page and website have been established for the public and media to get current information on the Canyonlands Fire. For more information, call 719-315-0690.