first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah (AP) — Haaziq Daniels had the longest touchdown pass of his career and one of four Air Force rushing touchdowns and the Falcons dominated Utah State 35-7.Haazig hooked up with Ben Peterson for a 14-7 lead early in the second quarter. For Peterson it was also the longest reception of his career. Daniels had a 37-yard touchdown run in the final minute of the second quarter to cap a 99-yard drive and make it 21-7 at halftime. December 3, 2020 /Sports News – Local Air Force runs over Utah State 35-7 behind Daniels Tags: Air Force Academy Falcons/Mountain West/Utah State Aggies Football Associated Press Written bylast_img read more

first_img In a statement, Groshong maintained that the attack was not unprovoked. He said, “However it may seem on video , the incident was provoked.” He did however express regret for his actions. “Although provoked, I should not have reacted in the way that I did and I am very sorry for my actions. I have never acted so appallingly in my life and I regret that this incident ever occurred. Furthermore, I had no knowledge that this disgusting behaviour of mine was being filmed.” Following the trip, Nick Brodie put the video online on his Facebook page and tagged a large number of Blues rowers in the video. The Boat Club President said he wasn’t able to explain his actions. He said, “I don’t really know why I filmed it or why I put it up on Facebook.” The video has subsequently been taken down. Brodie claims that he thought he’d limited the number of people who could see the video, but admitted that he was aware a lot of people had seen the footage. He said, “When I put it up I thought I’d restricted it to a certain number of people and it turns out everyone could see it. “ However, he confirmed that he was aware that people at other universities had seen the video and added, “I know loads of people have seen it.” Friends of some of the Blues rowers alleged that the rowers found the video hilarious. One said, “I think it’s disgusting that they filmed it and that they see it as some kind of amusement. I can accept the fact that this kind of thing happens, it’s just the fact that they put this on the internet.” Another added, “when I got shown the video the guy who showed me responded with laughter so I walked out of the room feeling pretty disgusted and sickened.” A large number of comments were posted under the video on Facebook, many from Blues rowers. In addition, Henry Sheldon, President of the Oxford University Lightweight Rowing Club, wrote on Brodie’s wall, “Thank you for posting that video of Colin, its [sic] considerably brightened up my day in the library. I literally laughed till I cried.” Brodie replied on Sheldon’s wall, “Its [sic] up there with the funniest things I have ever seen.” As a result of the incident the Imperial rower received a black eye along with a cut on his cheek. Friends of Mr Groshong suggested that the incident was out of character. One Blues rower who wished to remain anonymous said, “He’s not the kind of guy who’d go and get aggressive at all.” Nick Brodie added that Colin had “never punched anyone ever before.” Boat Club President Nick Brodie has been strongly criticised after he filmed a video of Lightweight Cox Colin Groshong punching an Imperial rower to the ground. Brodie subsequently posted the video on Facebook and acknowledged that “loads of people have seen it.” Friends of Blues rowers who were shown the video have branded it “disgusting” and “disgraceful.” The incident took place during a rowing regatta in Wroclaw, Poland two weeks ago. 8 teams, including one from Imperial College, competed against a Blues boat in the event, which was fully paid for by the Polish organisers. On the evening of May 11 all of the rowers went on a boat trip with a barbeque and bar. Following this, many of the rowers went on to a club. The incident occurred in the gentleman’s toilet of the club. In the build-up to the punch, Groshong was exchanging comments with a rower from Imperial College about St Catz and summer eights. One witness said it was a “jovial conversation which got heated.” There were “insults from both [and then] it got a bit more personal,” he added. Nick Brodie, who coxed the winning boat in this year’s Boat Race, said “it was provoked. It was a bit of banter, they were play fighting; they were both winding each other up.” Cherwell has seen a copy of the video recorded by Brodie on his mobile phone. The first person appears to say “walk away, walk away, walk away motherfucker” before punching the second person. The victim is knocked to the floor by the punch. He then gets up and asks, “What the fuck is wrong with you?” The first person continues, “You fucking smacked shit out of [insulted] me.” After around thirty seconds of shouting, in which the victim stands facing the camera, the video ends with an unidentified voice saying “Right, Colin, Colin, enough, enough.” last_img read more

first_imgLarry Phillips, center, of Shore Medical Center, accepts a case of medical grade masks from Andrew Moon, left, and Billy Godfrey. (Photo courtesy of Billy Godfrey) By TIM KELLYThe effort by a group of Ocean City men to purchase and deliver medical grade protective masks to aid the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic has been successful — and then some.Andrew Moon and friends Billy Godfrey, Tony Wilson and Steve McKusker recently located a source for the preferred “N95” masks and purchased and delivered 250 each to Cape Regional Medical Center in Cape May Court House and Shore Medical Center in Somers Point.As needed and appreciated as the donations were, the men realized the lack of protective gear was an ongoing problem worldwide in the fight against the potentially deadly virus. They wanted to keep the project going and continue to provide the masks. As a result, Moon put together a GoFundMe page.The results are nothing short of remarkable. The men set a goal of $3,600 to pay for a new order of the masks, and in less than eight days, generous folks pushed the total amount raised to $4,300, or $700 more than the goal.“The $3,600 was raised pretty quickly,” said Moon, who works with Godfrey at the Marr Agency Real Estate Group. “It was pretty neat to see that people were still making contributions when they already knew we had reached the goal.”With the proceeds, the men purchased 500 additional masks for each of the hospitals, Moon said. A portion of the extra money was used to purchase masks for OCNJ CARE, the nonprofit organization charged with organizing volunteers, identifying people in need and providing meals and other resources during this time of crisis.“That is awesome,” said Drew Fasy, OCNJ CARE’s chairman. “When Mayor (Jay) Gillian asked me to reorganize the group (it was suspended after fulfilling its original mission to aid victims of Superstorm Sandy) I couldn’t say no. The reward is seeing the very best in people as they respond to help those less fortunate. This group of men is a perfect illustration of that. These are guys who wanted to step up. They are putting their own health at risk to help others.”Fasy said his supply of the masks will be used by OCNJ CARE volunteers who deliver meals and other aid all around town.The other men in the group of friends are local business owners. Wilson, who is also a city councilman, has a plumbing business and McKusker owns Box of Rain Irrigation. All four of the men reside in Ocean City.Boxes of hospital grade protective masks purchased with the proceeds of a local crowdfunding campaign await pickup. (Photo courtesy of Billy Godfrey)Godfrey said the desire was to help alleviate the mask shortage, which has plagued front line medical personnel in the United States and elsewhere around the world in the battle to contain and eventually halt the epidemic.He said the men did not want to see a repeat of the situation in Italy, where news reports estimate one in ten of the coronavirus victims is a healthcare worker. With masks all but nonexistent there, doctors, nurses and other frontline personnel were treating infected people with makeshift masks or none at all.“We don’t want that to happen at the hospitals serving Ocean City,” Godfrey said in an interview prior to the original donation.Moon said the need at the local hospitals is critical as the institutions struggle with shortages of protective masks, gloves and gowns.According to Moon, the GoFundMe page will continue at least in the short term. To donate, visit https://www.gofundme.com/f/atlantic-and-cape-may-county-cares.“It’s a great feeling to see all the people who want to help and to give them a way that they can help,” Moon said.“It’s also gratifying to see the reaction of the people at the hospitals. They are truly grateful to receive these masks,” he added.last_img read more

first_imgBeloved NYC-based trio Moon Hooch has announced plans to release their third-ever studio album. Titled Red Sky, the new release will hit the shelves on June 10th, powered by the band’s creative approach to dance music. Somehow, with two saxophones and a drummer, Moon Hooch is able to turn any performance into an electronic-feeling dance party, and their extensive musical backgrounds never fail to entertain those in attendance.From a band that got their start busking in the NYC subway, this new LP is sure to capture the band’s development and musical refinement. Saxophonist Wenzl McGowen spoke about the new release in a statement, saying, “What we discovered playing in the subway is that the more focus and the more energy you put into the music, and the more you listen to everything around you and integrate everything around you into your expression, the more the music becomes this captivating force for people.”By bringing in Moog synths and EWIs (electronic wind instruments), Moon Hooch has been able to diversify their approach while staying true to their overall sound. We can’t wait to hear Red Sky on June 10th!To get your first taste, listen to leading single “Psychotubes” below:For more about the band, head here. You can see their tour dates below:Moon Hooch Tour DatesApril 20 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair (Sold Out) April 21 – Fairfield, CT – Warehouse April 22 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground April 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of the Living Arts April 24 – Morgantown, WV – Mainstage April 26 – Richmond, VA – The Broadberry April 27 – Greensboro, NC – The Blind Tiger April 28 – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West April 29 – New Orleans, LA – The Howlin Wolf April 30 – New Orleans, LA – The Orpheum May 5 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom May 6 – Columbus, OH – Park Street Saloon May 7 – Nashville, TN – Exit/In May 15 – Moers, Germany – Moers Festival May 16 – London, UK – Rich Mix May 21 – Berea, KY – Moonshiner’s Ball May 27 – Norwich, UK – Norwich Arts Festival May 30 – Bristol, UK – The Lantern May 31 – Liverpool, UK – Arts Club June 1 – Glasgow, Scotland – O2 ABC June 2 – Bergen, Norway – Nattjazz Festival June 12 – Newport, UK – Isle of Wight Festival June 16 – Hammonton, NJ – Bearfest June 18 – Wurtsboro, NY – Destination Moon June 24 – Londonderry, VT – Frendly Gathering June 28 – Vancouver, Canada – Coastal Vancouver Jazz Festival June 29 – Victoria, Canada – TD Victoria International JazzFest July 2 – Lewes, UK – Love Supreme Festival August 11 – Darrington, WA – Summer Meltdown Festival August 13 – Tamarack, ID – Huckleberry Jalast_img read more

first_imgElection Commissioners Brian Abram and Norman Green demonstrate absentee ballot drop box that is available in Mayville and will be at Early Voting Sites in Dunkirk and Lakewood during operating hours. Submitted image.MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County Board of Elections has received a record number of applications for absentee ballots.Election Commissioners Norman Green and Brian Abram say the Board has received 10,000 absentee ballot applications, easily surpassing the previous record of 4,000 applications.“We have received over 10,000 applications and true to our word, over 10,000 ballots have been mailed to voters,” Green said. “The same day we receive an application is the same day we mail a ballot to the voter. Our staff stays until the job is done every evening and fortunately the over time is being covered by grants that we have secured that is covering pandemic related expenses.”“We have easily passed our old record of about 4,000 absentee ballots issued. We are still a month from the election,” added Abram, “so the number of ballots issued will continue to increase.” Chautauqua County has 79,055 registered voters and expect a 70% voter turnout, or about 55,000 voters. A total of 5,147 of the 10,000 ballots have already been returned as completed to the Board of Elections.The deadline to request an absentee ballot by mail is two weeks from Tuesday, on Oct. 27.The deadline to apply in person, or by agent, is 5 p.m. Mon. Nov. 2nd at the Board of Elections, 7 N Erie St. Mayville. Ballots must be returned to the BOE or postmarked by election day, Nov. 3.Ballots may be returned via the U.S. Mail delivered to the Board of Elections Post Office Box or dropped at the Board of Elections drop box located at the Mayville Board of Elections. A drop box will also be available during operating hours at Early Voting Sites at the Chautauqua Mall, Lakewood and at the County Fairground, Dunkirk. Voters or their agents may also drop absentee ballots at any of the county’s 49 poll sites on Election Day.“Agents who deliver ballots to the Board of Elections, early voting sites, or Election Day poll sites are generally neighbors, friends or relatives,” Abram explained. “Voters are using agents to bring ballots this year because of fears about the reliability of the U.S. Post Office. We find these fears to be unfounded, but it’s our job to deliver services that voters want.”Early votes and Election Day votes will be tabulated and posted unofficially at votechautauqua.com after the polls close at 9 p.m. on Election Day.The Board of Elections will be opening absentee ballots seven and thirteen days after the election and adding those votes to the Election Day totals, along with provisional affidavit ballots for voters who have moved. The reason for the delay is that Chautauqua County is part of the statewide voter registration database. The board must wait for the state to research millions of voters to determine if any county voter has moved since voting absentee and at the same time, absentee ballots have until seven days after the election to arrive in Mayville. Military and overseas voters have thirteen days for their ballots to reach the elections office.The Board of Elections will certify results before Thanksgiving, Nov. 26. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgUniversity of GeorgiaThe University of Georgia will have a “Twilight Organic FieldDay” from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. July 7 at the VidaliaOnion and Vegetable Research Center near Lyons.The event is free and will end with a supper featuring locallygrown, organic produce. If you plan to come, call George Boyhan (912-681-5639) orfarm superintendent RandyHill (912-565-7822).The center is between Lyons and Reidsville. It’s just insideToombs County on Georgia highways 178 and 147.The field day will show research on growing cantaloupes,cucumbers and watermelons in no-till, biodegradable plastic andregular black-plastic systems.It will look at passive and active composting, too. And it willhighlight the new pumpkin UGA horticulturists hope to release forthe 2006 season.last_img read more

first_img continue reading » The Community Development Financial Institutions Fund is once again on the chopping block.The Trump administration’s budget for 2020 would eliminate funds for the grants, which are used to encourage investment in low- and moderate-income areas deemed underserved and lacking access to traditional financing.Congress created the CDFI program in 1994 to help generate economic growth and opportunity in distressed communities around the country. President Trump’s 2018 and 2019 budgets also called for no funding for grants, but that was beaten back by lawmakers.The CDFI Coalition offers an online toolkit for advocating for the fund, and attendees at the CDFI Roundtable on March 11 at the CUNA GAC, coincidentally held moments after the budget proposal was released, were urged to tell their story to lawmakers while Hiking the Hill and beyond. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

first_imgLauren Heilweil, Fund Development Coordinator for the Broome County Humane Society says it was all to help with their mission of finding homes for the animals in their care. WINDSOR (WBNG) — The Broome County Humane Society held their 11th annual golf tournament at Golden Oaks Golf Course in Windsor Sunday. “The money will go to general animal care, our vet fund, the spay and neuter clinic, anything that has to do with getting these animals ready for adoption and ready to move onto their forever home and the next stage of their lives,” she said, Dozens of golfers gathered in four-person teams for the main event, while there was also a putting contest, 50/50 raffles, and lunch after the tournament. Organizers say golfers were asked to practice social distancing and the traditional post tournament meal was switched to takeout to prevent the spread of COVID-19.last_img read more

first_imgThe Jakarta Police detained 1,192 protesters during rallies across the capital on Thursday. Most detainees were high school students, Jakarta Police spokesperson Comr. Yusri Yunus said.“They are not workers who came to voice their opinions, but a group of high school students who came to deliberately incite riots,” Yusri said on Friday as quoted by kompas.com.He claimed investigators had found text messages asking students to incite riots during the rally. The police also claimed that certain people sponsored their trips to the capital by paying for their bus or train tickets.Read also: Civil groups urge police to stop ‘repressing’ omnibus law protesters In Medan, North Sumatra, authorities arrested 177 protesters during a rally in front of the North Sumatra Legislative Council (DPRD) building. They were immediately taken to the North Sumatra Police headquarters to undergo questioning and rapid antibody testing for COVID-19.Medan Police chief Sr. Comr. Riko Sunarko said the investigations into the arrested demonstrators were still underway. The police had yet to decide whether to release them.“At least three protesters showed reactive results,” Riko said on Thursday.North Sumatra Police spokesperson Sr. Comr. Tatan Dirsan Atmaja said at least six officers sustained injuries during a clash between the police and protesters on Thursday. He said the injured officers had received medical assistance.Rallies in protest of the contentious omnibus law continued on Thursday, three days after the law was passed by the House of Representatives on Monday. Some turned violent as protesters clashed with police.Read also: Cities flare up as jobs law protesters clash with policeReports of clashes, arson and arrests had come from at least a dozen cities and metropolitan areas, including Greater Jakarta; Yogyakarta; Medan, North Sumatra; Makassar, South Sulawesi; and Denpasar, Bali.Protesters demanded the law to be revoked immediately, as scholars, activists and labor leaders have called the law a setback to worker’s rights and environmental protection in the country.However, the government has insisted that the law is necessary to cut red tape and improve bureaucratic efficiency, particularly to improve business licensure and attract foreign investment. (dpk)Topics : The police have arrested more than a thousand demonstrators following a series of protests against the Job Creation Law in several regions across the country.last_img read more

first_imgA four-bedroom home at 154 Mills Ave, Moranbah listed for $175,000. Picture: realestate.com.auThe unemployment rate has significantly tightened too, sitting at just 1.8 per cent, according to Mr Lawless.He said while mining towns were not “everyone’s cup of tea’’ the affordability and low joblessness were factors to take into account.But he warned, “prospective buyers considering a move away from the capital cities in search of more affordable housing options might be best renting first, just in case country living isn’t for them’’.Mr Lawless said while there were plenty of affordable places to buy properties, many wanted to ensure there were work opportunities before they moved to a regional town.“With housing affordability a real challenge, particularly for first home buyers, Australia’s regional areas are proving their worth.’’He believed more people would look to escape big city property prices in the coming years. Only $69,000 will buy you thisthree-bedroom home in Dysart. Picture: realestate.com.au.YOU never used to get much bang for your property buck in Moranbah.Simple homes came with high price tags, and rents were off the charts until a slow down in the resources sector put paid to that.The mining town is now top of property analyst’s lists again, but this time not for how expensive it is, but how cheap it is.CoreLogic head of research Tim Lawless, has identified it among the top regional towns where unemployment was low and houses were cheap.Mr Lawless included regional towns where the unemployment rate was below four per cent and there were 10,000 workers or more.In Queensland he said the Isaac region, which included mining towns Moranbah, Dysart and Nebo, now had a median house value of $221,677.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoIt fell by 67 per cent between October 2012 and February 2017, but has since increased by 12 per cent.last_img read more