MessageMe test today

first_imgToday (Oct. 7) the Harvard MessageMe emergency notification system will be tested. All MessageMe registered subscribers will receive a test message between noon and 1 p.m. The test message will be delivered as a text message, email, and/or voice mail message depending upon the delivery method selected by each subscriber.  No action will be required as a result of this test. Any and all emergency test messages can and should be deleted.For more information, to sign-up up for service or update your information, visit the MessageMe website.last_img read more

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Lady Cardinals Hoops Results

first_imgThe 6th Grade Lady Cardinals were defeated in a really hard fought and aggressive game Monday night at home against Laurel. Final score was 12 to 10. Scoring for the Cardinals were Kenzie Maple with 6 points and Lucy Abplanalp with 4.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jack Abplanalp.The St. Louis 7/8 Lady Cardinals traveled to Franklin County and took 2 wins away with them.  Both great games for the Cardinals.The 7th Grade Lady Cards beat the Wildcats 45-9.  Scoring for St. Louis were Kate Weber with 11pts, Ava Owens with 9 pts, Claire Saner scoring 6 pts, Sadie Wachsmann and Catherine Streator both bringing 5 pts each, Izza Wonnell hitting the 3 pt, and Izzi Price, Lilly Schebler, and Rhea Miller all scoring 2 pts each.  We played a great game defensivly which in turn made scoring offensively easier.  Nice job ladies they are now 7-0 for the season.The 8th Grade Girls won against the Wildcats also with a final score of 26-16.  Scoring for St. Louis were Catherine Streator with 10 pts, Megan Bauer with 7 pts, Clarie Saner with 4 pts, Summer Ratcliffe and Sadie Wachsmann each with 2 pts, and Kate Weber with 1 pt.  These girls did a great job against the zone and finding the open shots.  Defensivly their game was were it needed to be and we were able to hold them from scoring.  Nice job ladies great win!Come and support the Lady Cards at home tonight tip of 7th grade game 6 pm against Milan.  Wear your SLS gear and be entered in for the 3 pt and free throw shots for some money!!!!  See you all there.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.last_img read more

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Discover, dine and delight in A Taste of Donegal with DonegalDaily.com

first_imgThe tents are up, the exhibitors are stocked up and the chefs are prepping their ingredients – it’s time for A Taste of Donegal Food Festival 2019.Now in its 11th year, the event attracts thousands of food and drink enthusiasts to Donegal Town.The event kicks off from 4pm on Friday 23rd August, with the official opening at 7pm and a fireworks display at 10pm (weather permitting). From Friday 23rd – Sunday 25th August you can discover, dine and delight in the exciting culinary scene of Donegal by visiting this unique festival.Donegal Daily will be offering you a sample of events all weekend on a Live Blog at : https://www.donegaldaily.com/2019/08/20/live-the-full-menu-a-taste-of-donegal-food-festival-2019/This year’s event is set to be the best yet, with 130 food and drink exhibitors and some exciting new additions. A new Cherrymore Kitchens children’s marquee will be open from Saturday to Sunday, with a special kitchen, interactive workshops, cookery demonstrations by award winning celebrity chefs, experts on Education, Sustainability, & Biodiversity with some balloon magic and an Agri Aware Open Farm.The Food Festival will stretch beyond the pier this year too, with a walk taking place around the River Bank as part of Heritage Week.And there’s non-stop cooking and entertainment in the festival village. Attendees will be entertained by celebrity chefs, wine and beer masterclasses, music and much more.You can plan your visit over the three days by browsing the full festival programme below or at: https://www.atasteofdonegal.com/2019-programmeProgramme and ExhibitorsParkingThere will be plenty of parking available in Donegal Town – but it helps to know where they are.The festival committee has arranged additional parking areas for the Festival and a map indicating their location along with the normal Town Car Parks. If you are mobile they are all within a pleasant short walk to the Festival Site on the Pier. Please follow directional signs to additional car parking locationsAdditional car parking available at the following locations:The Glebe National School: The Glebe Donegal Town.Abbey Vocational School: The Glebe Donegal Town. Saint John Bosco Centre: The Mullin’s Donegal TownDonegal Livestock Mart: (behind the Saint John Bosco Centre)Magee of Donegal: New Row Donegal TownFour Masters GAA Pitch: Revlin Mountcharles Road Donegal Town.Public Services Offices: Drumlonagher Donegal Town.Public Car Parks: Behind Main Street, Bank Walk, and any other designated Parking Areas available.There is also street parking in almost all areas of the town: visit www.atasteofdonegal.com for more information and see the parking map below:Discover, dine and delight in A Taste of Donegal with DonegalDaily.com was last modified: August 23rd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Assam flood toll 11, more than 26 lakh hit

first_imgFlood and rain-induced landslips have so far claimed 11 lives in Assam with four persons drowning in three districts on Sunday. The disasters associated with a harsh monsoon killed at least nine people elsewhere in the northeast, taking the toll to 20.Officials of the Assam State Disaster Management Authority said 3,181 villages had been inundated in 28 of the 33 districts, affecting 26,45,533 people. The authorities had increased the number of relief camps to 327 where 16,596 people, including 2,417 children, were taking shelter.“Apart from deploying rescue teams with boats, we are ensuring adequate distribution of relief material that include rice, pulses, salt and mustard oil. Baby food, tarpaulin, medicines, chlorine for disinfecting and cattle fodder have also been provided,” said Kumar Sanjay Krishna, Additional Chief Secretary in charge of disaster management.Western Assam’s Barpeta district continues to be the worst-affected district with 7.35 lakh people stranded or displaced. Dhubri and South Salmara districts with 3.38 lakh and 1.41 lakh affected people had overtaken north-eastern Dhemaji district that was first hit in what is being called the second wave of flood.Dhemaji has 1.29 lakh flood-affected people followed by eastern Assam’s Golaghat district with 1.19 lakh. Kaziranga criticalMore than 75% of the 430-sq km Kaziranga National Park was inundated by Sunday including 155 of its 200 anti-poaching camps. Officials also reported the drowning of a hog deer and the death of six animals — different species of deer — due to vehicle hit.Eight other animals injured while crossing the highway along the southern edge of the park were admitted to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation. Seven of them were released.“Today [Sunday], we issued time cards for vehicles to cover a 49-km stretch of the highway in 74 minutes at an average speed of 40 km per hour. Violation of this limit will lead to punishment under Section 188 of the IPC,” Kaziranga’s Divisional Forest Officer Rohini B. Saikia said.AES, JE toll 177Assam has been simultaneously grappling with Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) and Japanese Encephalitis (JE).A spokesperson of the National Health Mission said five people died of AES and two of JE. The two forms of the vector-borne disease have claimed 177 lives since January.“We have had 1,350 AES cases, of which 348 are JE. Till date, 101 people have died of AES and 76 of JE.” Health officials said fogging was being carried out and medicated mosquito nets distributed in vulnerable areas.last_img read more

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London Olympics: Daniele Molmenti wins gold in kayak slalom rowing

first_imgDaniele Molmenti won Italy’s third gold medal of the London Olympics on Wednesday, claiming the men’s K-1 kayak slalom. Molmenti’s time of 93.43 with no penalties was enough to give the reigning European champion gold, 1.35 seconds faster than Vavrinec Hradilek of the Czech Republic.Just 0.14 seconds separated Hradilek from Germany’s Hannes Aigner, who won bronze.Poland’s Mateusz Polaczyk was fastest on the top section of the course, but he lost time in the middle and finished fourth.The only previous Olympic medallist competing in the event, Togo’s Benjamin Boukpeti was tenth and last in the final after picking up 54 seconds of time penalties.last_img read more

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10 months agoCrystal Palace boss Hodgson: I’d welcome new striker

first_imgCrystal Palace boss Hodgson: I’d welcome new strikerby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCrystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson has opened the door to signing a new striker in January.Hodgson was asked about his market plans after victory over Wolves.He said, “We’ve got a man coming back we hope. Benteke trains with us tomorrow and obviously he’ll be fully back with us in the course of the next week. If he gets match fit then that will be to an extent a new signing this year because we’ve hardly seen him.“If there are other players that the club can bring in, I certainly won’t be averse to that because we have a very small squad and we haven’t had a lot to back us up at the minute. We’re on the lookout of course and the chairman and technical director are anxious to do what they can to give me and my coaching staff more support, but it’s not easy certainly when you have limited transfer resources.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Cardinal Energy cleaning up after 320000 litres of oil and produced water

first_imgSWAN HILLS, Alta. — A large spill of crude oil and produced water at Cardinal Energy’s facility near Swan Hills is being cleaned up.The Alberta Energy Regulator has few details about Saturday’s spill on its compliance reporting website.It says 320,000 litres of the substances leaked after a problem with pump equipment. The regulator says no wildlife has been affected.Cardinal Energy could not immediately be reached for comment.The facility where the spill happened is near Swan Hills, Alta., which is about 220 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Firsttime voters should be wary of mission mahamilavat Modi

first_imgKoderma (Jharkhand): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday cautioned first-time voters against the ‘mission mahamilavat’, asserting that the opposition’s grand alliance does not want a government with absolute majority. Addressing an election rally here, Modi also slammed the Congress, alleging that the party wants a weak government which it can “remote control”. “The ‘mission mahamilavat’ is not in favour of a government with absolute majority at any cost. I want to caution all the first-time voters about their intentions,” the prime minister said. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework Taking potshots at the ‘mahagathbandhan’ (grand alliance) and its leaders, Modi said they owe allegiance to nobody, and are only interested in votes. “They are just not interested in the development of those areas where they do not see their votebank,” he alleged. Meanwhile, the first phase of polling is underway in Jharkhand. An estimated 20.87 per cent of the 45.26 lakh electorate cast their votes till 11 am on Monday in three Lok Sabha constituencies of the state.last_img read more

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Top Court Panel Rejects Centres Objection On 2 Judges Recommends 2 More

first_imgNEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today rejected the government’s objections to the elevation of two judges to the top court, stressing that merit should be considered above seniority. The Supreme Court collegium, or panel of five senior most judges, reiterated its April 12 decision to recommend Justices Aniruddha Bose and AS Bopanna for the top court. “Merit should be given predominant consideration,” the collegium said, noting that “nothing adverse regarding competence, conduct or integrity of the judges had been pointed out” by the government. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework Amid disagreement over the two names, the collegium today also recommended two more judges for the Supreme Court – Justices BR Gavai and Surya Kant. Justice Gavai is a judge of the Bombay High Court and Justice Kant is the Chief Justice of the Himachal Pradesh High Court. The collegium includes Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, Justice SA Bobde, Justice NV Ramana, Justice Arun Mishra and Justice RF Nariman. Reports suggest that the government had cited seniority and regional representation to send back the names recommended by the judges’ panel. Also Read – Trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for work on cells, oxygen “We have carefully considered the observations made by the Department of Justice while referring back to the Collegium,” the judges said. Aniruddha Bose is the Chief Justice of the Jharkhand High Court and AS Bopanna is Chief Justice, Gauhati High Court. “The Collegium is of the view that, as laid down by the Supreme Court, though seniority amongst Judges in their High Courts and their combined seniority on all-India basis should be given due weightage, merit should be the predominant consideration,” the judges said. While recommending two new names, the Supreme Court said it had considered their seniority, competence, conduct and integrity. With Justice BR Gavai’s elevation, added the collegium, “the Supreme Court Bench will have a Judge belonging to Scheduled Caste category after about a decade.” The Supreme Court has a sanctioned strength of 31 judges but is working with 27. with inputs of NDTVlast_img read more

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