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first_imgJACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Three Campbell County Cougar football players plan to extend their playing careers to the collegiate level at colleges close to home.   Wednesday is National Signing Day, and the Cougars will be well represented.Signing with Union College of Barbourville, KY, is Daymon Seiber.  Two Cougars, Javen McCulley and Chaz Duverney, plan to sign with Carson-Newman University at Jefferson City, TN.The trio will make it official when they sign on Wednesday morning at 10 am in the Commons at CCHS.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 02/04/2020-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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first_imgBy Russell Bennett and Hayley Wildes WEST GIPPSLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION REVIEW – ROUND 3 On a Saturday marred by wet weather, most games across the West…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

first_imgSince making his return from injury Lapointe has amassed 19 points in 11 games for the Smokies and has the second highest points per game at 1.73 in the BCHL. Kent Johnson continues to lead the BCHL in all aspects, with 20 goals and 30 assists. He’s already passed his point total from last year (46 in 57 games) with 50 points in 28 games played. Powell Connor is the lone Smoke Eaters defenceman selected to the camp, he’s been a rock on the back end for the Smoke Eaters. The Vernon, BC native has 2 goals and 13 assists so far and has been a key part of the Smoke Eaters penalty kill, which sits 4th in the BCHL.Also going is Owen Ozar who sits 6th in BCHL scoring with 12 goals and 21 assists. Ozar’s speed and puck retrieval abilities has made him a threat from day one of the BCHL season. Finally goaltender Logan Terness was one of four goalies named to the camp. Terness has emerged as a top goaltender in the BCHL this year. The 17-year-old from Burnaby, BC has some of the top numbers among goaltenders while being the youngest among them. In 21 games played Terness is 12-4-2-2 with a 0.936 SV% and a 2.23 GAA. Terness has the second best save percentage among goalies with 15 or more games played. “Our organization is very proud to send five of our best players to the Canada West camp. Each of these young men have had an outstanding start to the season and we’re looking forward to watching them compete for roster spots in Calgary.” – GM & HC Jeff TambelliniThe Smoke Eaters send a league high, tied with Chilliwack, for the most players being named to the Canada West roster.The five Smoke Eaters players will head to Calgary for the main camp on Dec 1st to 3rd, with the tournament going from December 7th to 15th in Dawson Creek, BC. Hockey Canada unveiled its 44 man selection camp for the upcoming World Junior A Challenge in Dawson, BC which included five Trail Smoke Eaters.Smoke Eaters captain Philippe Lapointe, assistant captains Kent Johnson and Powell Connor, forward Owen Ozar and goaltender Logan Terness were all named to the selection camp. The camp takes place in Calgary, Alberta from December 1st-3rd before a final team roster is picked and the tournament begins December 7th vs the USA.last_img read more

first_img3 Gabon international Aubameyang bagged a double against Spurs in the North London derbyCredit: AP:Associated PressLATEST ARSENAL NEWSSTILL GOT IT!Philip jokes with soldier about weight at ceremony 3 years after retirementSTAR POWERMeghan ‘needs to be admired’ & Kate is ‘the peacemaker’ according to star signsHEIR WE AREInside Prince Charles’ study full of family snaps & a sweet tribute to CamillaROOM WITH A VIEWInside Camilla’s living room with family pics & painting of Prince CharlesCHEEKY CHARLIECharles & Camilla’s ‘secret’ relationship is ‘fun, naughty & spontaneous’Not your queenWhy will Camilla not be Queen when Prince Charles is King?Ian Wright slammed the Tottenham fan when speaking on Match of the Day 2, as he vented his anger.Aubameyang netted twice against Spurs yesterday to take his goal tally to 12 strikes in all competitions.While Alexandre Lacazette and Lucas Torreira also got in on the act as Arsenal leapfrogged Mauricio Pochettino’s side into fourth spot.And they will be looking to carry on their good form when they face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLBRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosFALL OF TROYDeeney calls Sky reporter ‘cheeky b******’ after he asks about retirementSHOTS FIREDDenis Irwin’s son trolls Liverpool fans with savage Steven Gerrard tweetPicturedC’MON THE LADSRamos’ becomes dad again as wife gives birth to FOURTH son Maximo AdrianoVideoROY MEANKeane says ‘that’s why they never win anything’ as Villa celebrate staying up TOTTENHAM have handed an indefinite ban to a supporter that threw a banana peel at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during the North London derby.The supporter launched the banana skin at the 29-year-old at the Emirates yesterday after the striker broke the deadlock in the tenth minute from the penalty spot. View this post on Instagram #whysmandoingthis ? 🍌 A post shared by Aubameyang Pierre-Emerick (@aubameyang97) on Dec 3, 2018 at 3:12am PST3 A Tottenham supporter chucked a banana skin in the direction of Pierre-Emerick AubameyangCredit: PA:Press AssociationHe was subsequently arrested by the police after a steward immediately identified the culprit in the away section.There were in total seven arrests made by the Metropolitan Police, with four men being charged, as Tottenham lost 4-2 against Unai Emery’s men.A Spurs spokesman said: “Behaviour such as this is completely unacceptable and the supporter in question will be issued with a ban.”Aubameyang took to Instagram following the victory where he posed a picture of himself next to the banana, where he said: “#whysmandoingthis?”3 A banana peel can be seen being chucked following Aubameyang’s openerCredit: AFP or licensorsFour men have been charged following the Arsenal vs Tottenham match on 2 December. https://t.co/ZV39Pjgh8Y pic.twitter.com/zVJbyNfR51— Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) December 3, 2018last_img read more

first_imgTags:#E-Learning#Product Reviews#web Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… As more and more students choose online courses either as alternatives to the traditional college experience or as a supplement, a lot of colleges have started to worry about how to prevent these students from cheating on remotely administered exams. According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, the U.S. Congress, too, is concerned about this and has added language into a part of legislation renewing the Higher Education Act that encourages schools to fight cheating more effectively.Technology While the legislation will not pass until later this year, a number of schools are already looking at high-tech solutions to proctor online exams for them. The most sophisticated of them is the Securexam Remote Proctor, a small device which features a fingerprint scanner, microphone, and a video camera with a 360 degree view. In order to start an exam, students have to prove their identity by fingerprint and during the exam, while the microphone and video look out for anything suspicious like an unknown voice or movement on the camera. While Securexam advertises its system as promoting ‘integrity and convenience,’ the device looks to be anything but convenient. It only works on Windows machines and only with Internet Explorer. Given how popular Apple’s computers are with students, this clearly creates problems for a large number of students.The Remote Proctor is currently being tested by Troy University and costs around $150.Other programs, like Kryterion’s Webassessor, use a somewhat simpler solution based on webcams and biometrics. Webassessor users human proctors that watch up to 50 students each and its software analyses a student’s typing style and alerts the proctors if there is a change (like when somebody else has taken over).Challenge QuestionsAxicom Corporation, which is being used by quite a few universities for their online courses, uses personal ‘challenge’ questions to establish the identity of a student. According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, these questions are based on data Axicom gathers from publicly available databases such as criminal files and property records (surely, nobody would want their friends to have to answer a challenge question about whether they were first arrested for arson in 1995 or 1997).PrivacyAll of these systems carry a good number of privacy issues with them, but they are also all relatively expensive. Then, of course, there are questions if cheating on online exams is even a real problem. As the article in the Chronicle of Higher Education points out, most teachers in online courses rely less on major exams and more on projects and group work anyway.Also, no matter what the technological solution is, chances are that an intrepid cheater will always find a way around this system. Should Congress decide to make systems like this mandatory, however, then we will soon see a whole new market open up and surely other companies will come up with more solutions. The question that remains, however, is if there ever really was a problem in the first place.What is your take on this? Do you have experience with these systems? Do you think online students need to be monitored more closely?Photo by Flickr user dcjohn. Related Posts center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting frederic lardinois 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

first_imgTouch Football South Australia (TFSA) Referee Director and decorated referee, Damien Carlson has been awarded with his second TFSA Volunteer of Year award for his outstanding contribution to the sport in South Australia at the 2012 TFSA Annual Awards function.Damien dedicates countless hours to improving refereeing in South Australia and also holds a position on the TFSA Operations Advisory Panel, providing support and advice on all Touch Football matters. Damien was also honoured for his own achievements on the field as a referee in 2012, claiming the TFSA Referee of the Year award.TFSA congratulates Damien and all the award winners from the 2012 TFSA Annual Awards:Volunteer of the YearDamien CarlsonAffiliate of the YearHope Valley Touch Football ClubAdministrator/Competition Coordinator of the YearBill Sheeky (Hope Valley)Referee of the YearDamien CarlsonCoach of the YearMick GrayKildare Rieck Elite Scholarship Male Recipient – Dave HarrisFemale Recipient – Georgia BrownCongratulations to all the award winners and finalists. Stay tuned to www.touchsa.com.au and www.facebook.com/TouchFootballSouthAustralia for more details and event photos.Related LinksTFSA Annual Awardslast_img read more

first_imgMinister of Science, Energy and Technology, Dr. the Hon. Andrew Wheatley, says the aim of the Government’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is to develop the country’s energy industry and provide cheaper alternative energy sources for Jamaicans at all levels of the society.“For the first time, the energy sector will be developed in a structural way consistent with the National Energy Policy. Our Integrated Resource Plan is our blueprint that we are developing for the energy sector,” he explained.The Minister was speaking at a breakfast meeting with key stakeholders of the IRP, with the aim of sensitising them about the 20-year plan’s objectives, and partnerships being sought to achieve its goals. The meeting was held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on October 13.The IRP is a comprehensive decision support tool and road map for meeting Jamaica’s electricity grid objectives over the next 20 years between 2018 and 2038.“As a nation that heavily depends on fossil fuels, we recognise the need for reliable sustained and affordable energy supplies going forward. Our overdependence on imported fossil fuel has not only cost us deeply over the years, in terms of foreign exchange, investments, productivity and growth, but it has also forced us to look towards cheaper energy, including renewable and alternative energy sources,” the Minister explained.Dr. Wheatley said if stakeholders at all levels keenly follow the guidelines of the IRP and work alongside the Government towards achieving the goals, this will result in the nation’s productivity being increased, cheaper goods being offered for trade and a reduction in energy costs at all levels.“Every single Jamaican is affected by the high cost of energy, [such as] entrepreneurs with good business ideas, manufacturers with export and employment potential, householders, investors [and] persons within the agribusiness sector,” the Minister said.“Today we continue to rely heavily on fuel oil, coupled with the age and inefficiency of many of the conventional power plants in Jamaica. This has resulted in high generation costs. We need some 20 million barrels of oil, and this can cost the country anywhere within the region of some US$2 billion. Our export [and] our manufacturing sector will become uncompetitive if we maintain a high energy cost,” Dr. Wheatley added.He pointed out that the Administration believes that for the country to achieve real growth, “we must provide access to cheap energy”.“We have moved aggressively to incorporate natural gas and other alternative energy sources. However, there is definitely more that needs to be done. It is within this context that the Integrated Resource Plan is being developed as a critical tool for assessing our future energy demands and providing options for meeting the Government’s policy objectives,” the Minister said.“The IRP will provide to all stakeholders, including the investment community, a clear view of the agreed suite of investments for the medium to long term. It will certainly add a level of predictability as to the planned investments for Jamaica’s electricity sector, timelines for the completion of each, and a clear methodology for participation,” he noted.Dr. Wheatley is urging all Jamaicans to find interest in the IRP and play their role in ensuring the goals are achieved by 2038.last_img read more

first_imgHedley dropped from radio stations, Junos show amid sexual misconduct allegationsAt least three Canadian radio stations have pulled Hedley from their playlists after a barrage of sexual misconduct allegations against the band surfaced on social media this week.The firestorm of accusations prompted the group to post a statement on Facebook, dismissing the claims from young fans as “unsubstantiated.” But the allegations prompted the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to drop the band from the Junos awards ceremony.Edmonton-based Hot 107 is one of the stations which has temporarily stopped airing Hedley’s music.  READ MORE Advertisement Full statement by Hedley on sexual misconduct allegationsCanadian rockers Hedley released a statement Wednesday calling recent allegations of sexual misconduct “unsubstantiated.”  The band’s statement addressed claims of sexual behaviour involving young fans that emerged on Twitter in recent days:All of us in Hedley respect and applaud the #MeToo movement and the open and honest discussion it has inspired. We believe these conversations are particularly important within the music industry, which does not exactly have an enviable history of treating women with the respect they deserve. We appreciate the bravery of those who have come forward with their own stories, and we realize that all of us, as individuals and as a society, can and must do better when it comes to this issue. READ MOREHedley concert in Medicine Hat to proceed, despite sexual misconduct allegationsHedley’s concert in Medicine Hat, Alta., on Wednesday will proceed as planned, despite allegations of sexual misconduct involving young fans that recently surfaced on social media.“The Canalta Centre is aware of the allegations. We are working with tour promoters to run the show as planned this evening, and we are confident that it will be an enjoyable, safe and inclusive experience for all involved,” said a representative of the venue where the band is scheduled to play, in an emailed statement. READ MOREHedley’s Juno Awards Set Cancelled Following Sexual Misconduct AllegationsBritish Columbia, Canada pop-rock band Hedley has been dropped from the Juno Awards after allegations of sexual misconduct were made against the band’s members this week. As reported by Exclaim, Twitter user @_cndnpsycho began tweeting DMs that they had received from women alleging that Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard had made inappropriate contact with them when the women were teenagers. The hashtag #outHedley2k18 began spreading, with some users urging the Junos (Canada’s Grammys) to rescind the band’s nominations for this year’s awards. The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences said they were “following this situation closely” and tweeted on February 14 that the band would no longer be performing. READ MORE. Facebook Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitterlast_img read more

first_img18Oct Rep. Lucido bill would charge bottled water operators a fee in Michigan Categories: Lucido News Companies bottling drinking water from Michigan sources would face a per-gallon fee under legislation introduced this week by state Rep. Peter Lucido.The 5-cent per gallon fee would help compensate the state for the loss and sale of one of its most treasured natural resources, Lucido said.“It’s not fair that these out-of-state and out-of-country corporations can swoop in, take millions of gallons of our groundwater, and sell it for a profit. They’re basically poaching our water,” Lucido, of Shelby Township, said of his legislation. “Why are we giving away our resources for free? Our state and its citizens deserve some compensation when companies are making a financial killing off our water – a resource they’re getting for practically nothing.”Lucido’s bill relates only to water used for drinking water by bottling companies. It would not apply to water withdrawn and sprinkled back into the ground.Revenue from the fee would be restricted for use on infrastructure improvements throughout Michigan.“The funds would go directly to upgrading aging infrastructure, like the municipal sewer systems that overflow and dump sewage into Lake St. Clair,” Lucido said. “We need to preserve, protect and repair our sewer and water systems, and this will provide a fitting funding source.”According to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Nestle draws approximately 1.1 million gallons of water a day from its four pumping locations in Michigan. Lucido said a 5-cent per gallon fee would amount to $55,000 a day, or more than $20 million a year.House Bill 5133 has been referred to the House Natural Resources Committee.###last_img read more

first_imgThe EU is set to green-light Deutsche Telekom’s acquisition of Tele2 in the Netherlands, according to a Reuters report.Citing sources familiar with the matter, Reuters said the deal is due to get unconditional anti-trust approval, following a European Commission investigation into the deal.In its preliminary analysis the EC raised competition concerns about the effect of the merger on the mobile retail market, notably in the residential segment.However, Deutsche Telekom argued that the combination of the number three and number four operators in the Dutch market would account for only 25% of the mobile market, making it the number three player.Deutsche Telekom-owned T-Mobile Netherlands agreed to acquire Tele2 NL last December in exchange for €190 million cash and a stake of 25% in the combined company.last_img read more

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