Desert Hills Invitational Day 1 Recap

first_imgApril 13, 2018 /Sports News – Local Desert Hills Invitational Day 1 Recap FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Through Day 1 of the Desert Hills Invitational Friday, a pair of Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network schools are hanging with the big schools at the prestigious meet.After five scored events, the Panguitch girls’ squad has amassed 17 points, good enough for fifth place thus far.As for the Delta boys, they are also in fifth place with 14 points. This is impressive for both the Bobcats and Rabbits as Class 6-A track power Davis is among the participating schools, as well as the always strong Region 9 schools, host Desert Hills, Cedar, Dixie, Pine View and Snow Canyon.Presently, the leader for the girls is the Cedar Lady Reds with 44 points, with Desert Hills close behind at 43 points.The Desert Hills boys are in the lead with 33 points, well ahead of second place Westalke with 25.5 points.In the girls’ 1600-meter run, Panguitch’s Taylia Norris placed ninth overall, in a time of 5:24.55.The Panguitch girls also placed fifth overall in the medley, in a time of 4:36.10. The Bobcats’ medley team consists of Kapri Orton, Abbey Blevins, Tana Frandsen and Taylia Norris.As for the boys, Panguitch’s medley also had a strong showing by finishing in sixth place, posting a time of 4:02.57. This team consists of Boston Engelstead, Kevin Bridges, Kanyon Lamb and Trevor Wolfley.The meet will resume Saturday at 9:00 am. Tags: Abbey Blevins/Boston Engelstead/Delta/Kanyon Lamb/Kapri Orton/Kevin Bridges/Panguitch/Tana Frandsen/Taylia Norris/Trevor Wolfley Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

Pridgett scores 20 to lift Montana over S. Utah 70-54

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Sayeed Pridgett had 20 points as Montana defeated Southern Utah 70-54 on Saturday night. Tags: Big Sky/Montana Grizzlies/Sayeed Pridgett/SUU Thunderbirds Basketball Ahmaad Rorie had 15 points and six assists for Montana (21-7, 14-3 Big Sky Conference). Michael Oguine added 14 points and nine rebounds. Bobby Moorehead had nine rebounds for the home team. Cameron Oluyitan had 10 points for the Thunderbirds (14-13, 9-9). The Grizzlies improve to 2-0 against the Thunderbirds on the season. Montana defeated Southern Utah 89-76 on Dec. 31. Montana plays Northern Arizona at home on Monday. Southern Utah matches up against Montana State on the road on Monday.center_img Written by March 2, 2019 /Sports News – Local Pridgett scores 20 to lift Montana over S. Utah 70-54 Associated Presslast_img read more

Land Registry pays out £5.3 million in fraud and error compensation

first_imgHome » News » Land Registry pays out £5.3 million in fraud and error compensation previous nextRegulation & LawLand Registry pays out £5.3 million in fraud and error compensationFigures are published within its annual report for 2019/2020 during which official figures show rising levels of property and mortgage fraud.Nigel Lewis17th July 202001,528 Views The Land Registry has revealed that it paid out £5.3 million in compensation for fraud and inaccuracies within its register over the past 12 months, its annual report reveals.The organisation, which recently fended off being privatised by the government, says in its defence that the lost taxpayer funds represent just 0.00008% of the title value of property in its register.Also, it has introduced a new state-of-the art fraud management system to enhance its fraud resilience while continuing to provide protection to the victims of fraud and unforeseen errors in the register.This multi-million pound pay-out comes during a 12-month period when mortgage and property fraud, which is facilitated by criminals duping solicitors, estate agents as well as the Land Registry, has been rising.In December last year the Land Registry released figures that showed the level of property fraud – which is when criminal attempt to sell homes that don’t belong to them – had doubled over the past 10 years and more than quadrupled in terms of value from £7 million to £25 million between 2013 and 2017.And recent figures from fraud prevention service Cifas show that mortgage fraud by production of false documents increased by 14% in the first six months of 2019.In November last year we reported on the case of Sarah Broadbelt, who was able to circumvent AML checks and sell a home that she did not own for £75,000. The crime was only picked up after the title of the property was checked.Read the Land Registry annual report. July 17, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

More about sausages

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First Responders Revive Unconscious Fisherman on Inlet Beach

first_imgOcean City police and firefighters teamed up to revive an unconscious and unresponsive fisherman on the beach near the Ocean City-Longport Bridge on Sunday.The man had suffered an apparent heart attack and the emergency call came at about 8:55 a.m.Police were first on the scene at the beach on the Great Egg Harbor Inlet just to the ocean side of the bridge.The officer initiated chest compressions, and Ocean City Fire Department EMTs were close behind with an electronic defibrillator.CPR continued as the man was transported across the wide north-end beach on a police four-wheel-drive vehicle that met a waiting ambulance.The man was transported to Shore Medical Center.Patient information was not available from the hospital on Monday, but the victim is expected to survive.The use of Automated External Defibrillators (AED) devices has been credited with saving the lives. All EMT units carry the devices, but police are launching an initiative to purchase more of the devices as they are often first responders.__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter and breaking news alerts“Like” us on Facebooklast_img read more

A total of 12 young bakers

first_imghave recently graduated from a three-month foundation course in the skills of baking that is open to 14 to 16-year-olds. They attended Warburtons Bakers Academy at Birmingham College of Food and Tourism.College bakery tutor Ross Jones said: “It is a wonderful opportunity for young people to gain some real practical experience.”Warburtons is in its third year of sponsoring the course. Mike Ewing, manager at Warburtons’ Wednesbury Bakery, said: “This course continues to be popular. It’s great to see people enthusiastic about baking.”last_img

The Motet Announces Special Guests For Two-Night Blowout During Jazz Fest

first_imgColorado-based funk-soul favorites The Motet will return to New Orleans for a pair very special late night shows on Friday, May 4th and Saturday, May 5th, during the second weekend of Jazz Fest. Today, they have announced the guests joining them for the Jazz Fest-ivities.On the first of the two nights, May 4th, The Motet will be honoring Sly and the Family Stone by selecting fan favorites and deeper cuts from the pioneering band’s extensive catalog. No strangers to collaboration, the night will feature some special guests to round out the “Family” for the evening, including Nate Werth (Snarky Puppy, Ghost-Note) on percussion and Moorea Masa on vocals.On May 5th, the following night, The Motet will join forces with Virginia heavy-hitters Butcher Brown for a night of original music with special guest Weedie Braimah (The Nth Power) on percussion.Bridging the gap between retro funk & soul, while keeping a focused eye on the future of funk, The Motet has been touring in support o­f their latest set of singles, “Supernova” and “Get It Right”. The recent addition of singer Lyle Divinsky, who joined the band in 2016, fanned the flames of this already hot band. His sinfully soulful voice and rich lyrics are powerfully prevalent throughout the newest batch of singles and light up the performances of the 7-piece funk powerhouse. The band’s second album with Divinsky is set for a 2018 release.Tickets for The Motet’s NOLA shows are now available here: (Friday, May 4th; Saturday, May 5th). For more information, head to the band’s website.Click below for a list of The Motet’s upcoming tour dates:The Motet 2018 Spring Tour Dates3/22 The Paramount | Huntington, NY * +3/23 Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY * +3/24 Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY * +3/31 Meow Wolf | Santa Fe, NM4/4 Shaka’s Live | Virginia Beach, VA4/5 9:30 Club | Washington, DC4/6 House of Independents | Asbury Park, NJ4/7 Paradise Rock Club | Boston, MA4/19 The Pourhouse | Charleston, NC4/20 Sweetwater 420 Music Festival | Atlanta, GA5/4 House of Blues | New Orleans, LA +A Tribute to Sly & The Family Stone feat. Nate Werth (Snarky Puppy, Ghost-Note) and Moorea Masa5/5 House of Blues | New Orleans, LA feat. Weedie Braimah5/27 BottleRock | Napa Valley, CA6/2 Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO7/5 – 7/8 High Sierra Music Festival | Plumas County Fairgrounds, CA* Supporting Lettuce+ feat. Nate Werth (Ghost-Note, Snarky Puppy)ExpandGet a behind-the-scenes look at The Motet’s most recent tour below:last_img read more

Club sells treats for a charitable cause

first_imgThis past week, Saint Mary’s students, faculty and staff had the opportunity to support She’s the First*{Saint Mary’s}, a new club on campus which is part of the national nonprofit organization, She’s the First. Junior Mileva Brunson, founder of the Saint Mary’s chapter, was excited to share the present and upcoming goals for the club on campus. “We creatively fundraise throughout the year to sponsor girls’ education in developing countries. This week, we held our first fundraiser, ‘Tie Dye Cupcakes For a Cause,’” Brunson said. “All proceeds from the bake sale will go towards our goal of $360, which would sponsor a year of school for a girl in Uganda.” The cupcake fundraiser was initially started by Lindsay Brown, the president of She’s the First*{Notre Dame}, where it became such a success that the organization made it the national campaign. “The goal for this year nationally is to raise $50,000 for girls education, and there has been amazing success all across the country,” Brunson said. “We have been posting a lot on social media. We post daily on our Facebook and Twitter, and a lot of girls who purchase a cupcake are Instagraming them. It’s been great to see students posting in support of She’s the First across many different social networking sites.” Brunson said she is thankful student reception of She’s the First has been great, as well as faculty support for the chapter at Saint Mary’s. “We have had such wonderful support from both students and faculty. It’s great to have people come up to the table to buy a cupcake, and then want to learn more about our mission and our goal for the fundraiser,” Brunson said. While some students have joined Brunson with She’s the First*{Saint Mary’s}, she is hoping that more will help raise awareness as the year progresses. “I would love to see this grow into a powerful force on campus, working to make a difference in girls’ education worldwide,” Brunson said. “We are hoping to partner with the She’s the First chapter at Notre Dame and work to hold a fundraiser together. Also, if we reach our fundraising goal, we could get to know the girl we have sponsored in Uganda and begin to build a relationship with her and see how she is doing in school, which would be so rewarding.” As far as the cupcakes go, Brunson knows students will take away more than just a sweet treat after visiting the club’s table outside the dining hall. “I hope that students realize how much of an impact they can have, just by buying a cupcake; because what begins with a cupcake ends with a girl in school,” Brunson said. “It is so inspiring to know that our actions this week are life-changing.” Brunson wants others to remember each cupcake the club sells adds up to opportunity for a girl in the developing world and helps her to achieve her dreams. “We are so lucky to be receiving an outstanding education here at Saint Mary’s,” Brunson said, “and to give that opportunity of education to other girls around the world is so inspiring and I hope it has inspired the Saint Mary’s community as well.” Contact Jillian Barwick at [email protected]last_img read more

Something Rotten Skips Seattle, Heads Straight to Broadway

first_img View Comments The show has music and lyrics by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick, with a book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell. Set in the 1590s, brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom are desperate to write a hit play but are stuck in the shadow of that Renaissance rockstar known as “The Bard.” When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theater involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world’s very first musical. But amidst the scandalous excitement of opening night, the Bottom Brothers realize that reaching the top means being true to thine own self…and all that jazz. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 1, 2017 Something Rotten! Side Show will end its run at the St. James on January 4.center_img Casting and additional creative team will be announced soon. The company of the tuner’s workshop included Christian Borle, Brian D’Arcy James, Beth Leavel, John Cariani and Brad Oscar. We told you this musical comedy was one to watch! Something Rotten, which had a developmental lab this past October, will skip its planned run in Seattle in the spring and instead receive its world premiere on Broadway. Directed and choreographed by Aladdin’s Casey Nicholaw, the buzzed about show will play the St. James Theatre, beginning previews on March 23, 2015. Opening night is set for April 22. Related Showslast_img read more

Pricey Vidalias.

first_imgThe price of one of Georgia’s most popular crops will almost certainly be higher next year, says a University of Georgia economist. Vidalia onion farmers planted 2,000 fewer acres this year than last. “Vidalia farmers had 2,000 acres that weren’t harvested last year because they couldn’t run them through the marketing system,” said Bill Thomas, an economist with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. “They just didn’t have a market for them.” This year they cut back to compensate. “Part of it is that the Georgia Department of Agriculture limited some of the early varieties that weren’t as high quality,” he said. “The later varieties had higher quality.” While the price might be higher than at times last year, Thomas thinks the acreage cutback will make for a more stable market price. “Hopefully, it will help maintain a steadier price at the grocery store,” he said. “The growers also hope that by cutting out the early varieties, harvest will come off just a little bit later this year. “Last year there was an overlap with the Texas Sweet onion harvest,” he said. “This should eliminate the confusion. Shoppers will know they’re getting true Vidalias, not those Texas onions.”last_img read more