October 16

Gobernador Wolf: El plan de reapertura medido y gradual del estado tiene éxito al tiempo que otros estados ven el aumento de casos

first_img Press Release,  Public Health Al tiempo que Pennsylvania continúa implementando el Proceso de reapertura de Pennsylvania del Gobernador Tom Wolf, el estado también está entre los pocos que tienen una disminución constante en el número de casos, un indicador positivo de que el plan de reapertura gradual y medido del estado funciona para equilibrar la salud pública con la recuperación económica.Según el análisis de la información obtenida de los datos del Centro de Recursos de Coronavirus de la Johns Hopkins University, la disminución constante de los casos en Pennsylvania desde un pico a mediados de abril es particularmente importante a medida que más condados vuelven a abrir. El último informe indica que Pennsylvania se encuentra entre los estados que tienen una disminución sostenida de los casos en las últimas dos semanas, un indicador importante de que los planes de reapertura son calculados y planificados.En un análisis de Associated Press, más de la mitad de los estados en los Estados Unidos están sufriendo un aumento en los casos de COVID-19 a medida que comienza la reapertura. Pennsylvania no está incluido entre ellos. Muchos otros estados están presentando aumentos significativos en el número de casos vinculados a reabrir demasiado temprano o demasiadas áreas.“El proceso escalonado y medido de reapertura de Pennsylvania es exitoso debido a su enfoque cauteloso que incluye factores que se basan en la ciencia, el consejo de expertos en salud y que les pide a todos que hagan algo tan simple como usar una máscara cuando están en espacios cerrados o alrededor de otras personas fuera del hogar”, dijo elGobernador Tom Wolf. “Seguiremos avanzando con cautela”.Un análisis mediante el software Tableau Public de los estados usa cuatro factores principales: pruebas diarias, pruebas positivas diarias, hospitalizaciones actuales y muertes diarias que muestran que Pennsylvania tiene un aumento significativo en la realización de pruebas acompañado de fuertes caídas de casos positivos, hospitalizaciones y muertes desde un pico a mediados de abril. Y si bien el país en general presenta disminuciones en los casos, en las hospitalizaciones y las muertes, muchos estados están viendo aumentos que son motivo de preocupación a medida que se expande la reapertura.El uso de máscaras ha demostrado ser un importante elemento de prevención de la propagación del virus.Un estudio reciente de las universidades de Cambridge y Greenwich en el Reino Unido determinó que las máscaras de tela, “incluso las máscaras caseras con eficacia limitada pueden reducir drásticamente las tasas de transmisión si las usan suficientes personas, independientemente de si presentan síntomas”.El estudio también indica que el uso de máscaras será especialmente necesario ya que en el otoño es posible que se produzca una segunda ola del virus.Pennsylvania ha instado a usar máscaras durante su respuesta a la pandemia e incluso a medida que los condados alcanzan la fase verde de reapertura, las máscaras siguen siendo obligatorias al ingresar a las empresas y se recomienda su uso en cualquier espacio donde sea difícil mantener el distanciamiento social. La guía para empresas describe el uso de máscaras para empleados y clientes.“La Secretaria del Departamento de Salud, Dra. Rachel Levine, lo ha dicho innumerables veces: ‘Mi máscara lo protege y su máscara me protege’, y es importante que todos los residentes de Pennsylvania lo recuerden a medida que continuamos una reapertura exitosa y segura del estado”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf.Para obtener más información sobre los casos de COVID-19, consulte el panel de datos aquí. Gobernador Wolf: El plan de reapertura medido y gradual del estado tiene éxito al tiempo que otros estados ven el aumento de casos June 12, 2020center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

September 28

Waves of enthusiasm for waterfront apartments in Redcliffe

first_imgBIG SELLER: This Redcliffe apartment has been popular with buyers.THE Waves apartment complex, overlooking the waterfront in Redcliffe, had two the biggest sales across the region for the week.Apartment 38 sold for $610,000 while 43 sold for $595,000, both through Ray White — Redcliffe.Ray White sales consultant Jonathan Gordon said the apartment building was popular with people looking to downsize later in life.Inside one of the apartments.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours ago“It is for people that want that sea-change but don’t want to be boxed into a little apartment,”Mr Gordon said.Both apartments have three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and with floorplans between 180-200sq m, Mr Gordon said they were very different from the smaller units that were popping up around Brisbane.The apartment is a quick walk from the water.“Apartments on the peninsula are highly sought after,” he said.“It is definitely not the situation where there is too many of them.”Loren Mulholland from Ray White said that the apartments in the building were generally bought by owner-occupiers with only a small number of buyers renting them out as investment properties.The median unit sales price in Redcliffe is $417,250.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:28Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:28 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels576p576p480p480p256p256p228p228pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenPrestige property with Liz Tilley07:29last_img read more

September 28

Drop in Cairns house prices nothing to worry about

first_img25 Manilla Cl, Mt Sheridan“Buyers are looking for all types of properties – from units to houses, from the cheaper end to the more expensive,” he said.“If sellers want to sell, they will meet the market. If they are looking for a premium, that will be more difficult.”The median asking rent for both houses and units has risen by $10 over the past year to $390 and $290 per week respectively. 6 Brian St, BrinsmeadUNIT prices have remained steady while houses in Cairns have recorded a slight drop over the past year, but it is nothing to get too worried about.The latest Core Logic data showed the median sale price of houses in the city over the 12 months to May 2019 came in at $370,000, $5000 less than 2018 figures.But, the market had lifted significantly since 2009 when the median sale price was $327,750.In 2014, buyers paid $345,000 and in 2016 the median price had risen about $20,000 to $364,000. More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago11 Noble Cl, EdmontonThere was no change to the $215,000 median price between the 12 months to May 2019 and 2018.The cost of buying a unit has jumped just $3000 compared to 2016 and $15,000 since 2014. In 2009 however, those selling a unit got a median price of $225,000 for their property, well above today’s prices.LJ Hooker Cairns Edge Hill principal Ross Moller said while buyers were returning to the Cairns property market, conditions showed it was not a sellers’ market. last_img read more

September 24

Soil workshops planned in Franklin County

first_imgBy Thomson200 [CC0], from Wikimedia CommonsBrookville, In. — The Franklin County Soil & Water District has a pair of workshops at the Brookville Public Library this fall.The “Streambank Erosion Management Workshop” will be held on Monday, October 22 from 9:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. Robert Barr-IUPUI research scientist and the Silver Jackets will have presentations about erosion in the Whitewater River Watershed.The “Stream Permitting and Local Site Stabilization Workshop” will be Thursday, November 1 from 9:15 a.m. to noon. This workshop includes presentations from Robert Barr, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.For more information please call 765-647-2651.last_img read more

September 24

Alaba’s father accuses ex-Bayern chief of ‘filthy allegations’

first_img Read Also: Barcelona players vote Messi to continue as captain “All because we didn’t accept the figures they have presented to us. We have our own ideas.” Alaba joined Bayern’s academy in 2008 and has since gone on to win nine Bundesliga, six DFB Pokal and two Champions League titles. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?A Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBut Who In The World Taught Them Those Moves? Was It Papa Bear?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them12 Marvel Superheroes When They Were Kids “Claiming that we can’t come to an agreement over a new contract due to such payments is one of those filthy allegations. David Alaba’s father has accused former Bayern president Uli Hoeness of “spreading dirty lies” about the defender’s ongoing contract negotiations with the German giants. Hoeness claimed that the 28-year-old must not “let money rule his head” during talks, with his current deal expiring next summer. His father – George – has reacted furiously to Hoeness’ insinuation that his son is only interested in financial gain – revealing he has turned down opportunities to leave the club before. “I brought David Alaba to Bayern as a teenager,” he told Sky Germany. “Over the years, I’ve had several opportunities to transfer David to another club, but we were loyal and always chose to stay. “I didn’t expect Bayern to be spreading dirty lies in public about salary and commission claims.Advertisementlast_img read more

September 19

Cricket News Mother ill, Sourav Ganguly not to attend MCC meeting

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly, who is a member of the Marylebone Cricket Club World Cricket Committee, will skip its upcoming meeting at the Lord’s on August 11-12.Ganguly said his mother is unwell.“My mother is not well. We may have to take her somewhere else for treatment so I’m not attending the meeting,” Ganguly said.The committee, headed by Mike Gatting, meets twice a year to discuss the prevalent issues facing the game.Ganguly refused to comment on the BCCI’s decision to come under the ambit of the National Anti-Doping Agency, which paves the way for it to become a National Sports Federation. last_img read more

August 26

Angels 2018 Preview: Roster breakdown, predictions and updates

first_img Angels’ Andrew Heaney unfazed by latest elbow setback Alexander: Is Tyler Skaggs the Angel rotation’s X-factor? Ian Kinsler expected back in Angels’ lineup Friday Jose Fernandez looks to revive career with Angels after failed defection from Cuba Will Mike Trout win MVP this season?YesNoVoteView ResultsCrowdsignal.com Angels’ Blake Parker seeks to show his breakthrough ’17 was no fluke Angels Q&A with Jeff Fletcher: Concern for Shohei Ohtani? Alexander: A Freeway World Series this fall? Why not? Angels third baseman Zack Cozart is once again looking to make a change Related Articles The wait is over for the Los Angeles Angels, who take the field Thursday to open the 2018 season against the Oakland Athletics in a showdown between the two American League rivals.The Angels will have familiar faces such as Mike Trout and Albert Pujols back for the 2018 season along with new additions to the roster such as Shohei Ohtani, Zack Cozart and Ian Kinsler.Feel free to bookmark this page for breaking news, updates and more on the Angels this season.Related Articles PreviousElisa and Jeff Willis on their wedding day May 24, 2013 at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, CA. Photo by Terrence Bishop.Elisa & Jeff Willis, Orange Married May 24, 2013 We were both Angels fans when we met and knew it was important to us both. We wanted a wedding that would be memorable for our family and friends. We had our engagement pictures on the field at Angel stadium, I had my bachelorette party Sunday at the day game before the big day, and our wedding reception was in the Diamond club. It began with our save the date shaped like a baseball ticket with the seat number and Angels theme. Mike Scioscia even signed one for us. At my bachelorette party we sang “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” on the field at the seventh inning stretch. Our wedding was filled with an Angels baseball theme. From popcorn and pretzels for the appetizers, Angels baseball garter to cracker jacks and baseball chocolates for our party favors. The groomsmen had Angels baseball ties, the groom had baseball cuff links, and the tables had baseball numbers. Our wedding party pictures were in the dugout and our final photo was at dusk with the stadium behind us. As we near our 5 year anniversary this May it is the wedding that all our family and friends still have amazing memories from. Photos by Terrence Bishop. SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsJulie Elmquist Married 1991 My husband and I were married at Anaheim stadium before an Angels vs Red Sox game in 1991. Photos courtesy Julie Elmquist.Julie Elmquist Married 1991 My husband and I were married at Anaheim stadium before an Angels vs Red Sox game in 1991. Photos courtesy Julie Elmquist.Julie Elmquist Married 1991 My husband and I were married at Anaheim stadium before an Angels vs Red Sox game in 1991. Photos courtesy Julie Elmquist.Julie Elmquist Married 1991 My husband and I were married at Anaheim stadium before an Angels vs Red Sox game in 1991. Photos courtesy Julie Elmquist.Steven Aguilar, Eastvale Married March 23, 2018 Steven and his wife had Angels lapel pins, jerseys, bobbleheads, centerpieces and Angels socks at their “House Divided” baseball themed wedding. He also went to Spring Training for his Bachelor Weekend. Photos Courtesy Steven AguilarSteven Aguilar, Eastvale Married March 23, 2018 Steven and his wife had Angels lapel pins, jerseys, bobbleheads, centerpieces and Angels socks at their “House Divided” baseball themed wedding. He also went to Spring Training for his Bachelor Weekend. Photos Courtesy Steven AguilarSteven Aguilar, Eastvale Married March 23, 2018 Steven and his wife had Angels lapel pins, jerseys, bobbleheads, centerpieces and Angels socks at their “House Divided” baseball themed wedding. He also went to Spring Training for his Bachelor Weekend. Photos Courtesy Steven AguilarSteven Aguilar, Eastvale Married March 23, 2018 Steven and his wife had Angels lapel pins, jerseys, bobbleheads, centerpieces and Angels socks at their “House Divided” baseball themed wedding. He also went to Spring Training for his Bachelor Weekend. Photos Courtesy Steven AguilarBlanca Lemos, Yucaipa Married October 4, 2014 Took our engagement pictures at the stadium. Our colors were Red and Gray. I wore an Angels garter.Blanca Lemos, Yucaipa Married October 4, 2014 Took our engagement pictures at the stadium. Our colors were Red and Gray. I wore an Angels garter.Jayme Crist, Murrieta Married May 11, 2013 We got married on home plate at the Angel Stadium, our reception was in the Diamond Club. Photos courtesy Jayme Crist.Jayme Crist, Murrieta Married May 11, 2013 We got married on home plate at the Angel Stadium, our reception was in the Diamond Club. Photos courtesy Jayme Crist.Jayme Crist, Murrieta Married May 11, 2013 We got married on home plate at the Angel Stadium, our reception was in the Diamond Club. Photos courtesy Jayme Crist.Jayme Crist, Murrieta Married May 11, 2013 We got married on home plate at the Angel Stadium, our reception was in the Diamond Club. Photos courtesy Jayme Crist.Lacy Gavin, Riverside Married May 12, 2018 We rocked our Angels hats & Trout jerseys in our engagement pictures. We also wrote our wedding date on a ball that my fiance caught at an Angel game on my birthday (which was our first Angel game together as a couple). We loooove our Angels! Photos courtesy Lacy GavinLacy Gavin, Riverside Married May 12, 2018 We rocked our Angels hats & Trout jerseys in our engagement pictures. We also wrote our wedding date on a ball that my fiance caught at an Angel game on my birthday (which was our first Angel game together as a couple). We loooove our Angels! Photos courtesy Lacy GavinMelissa Weaver, Buena Park Married May 26, 2007 We had a lot of different Angels references in our wedding! I gave my husband Angels cuff links as his day-of gift, I had an Angels garter and he wore his favorite Angels hat the entire reception. Our table names and numbers were our favorite Angels players and their jersey numbers. The grooms cake was a replica of Angel Stadium as well. Our wedding party walked out to “Spirit in the Sky” and we walked out to “Enter Sandman” ! It was definitely an Angels-filled wedding!! Photo courtesy Melissa WeaverNicole Wood, Garden Grove Married Jan. 7, 2017 We had a full baseball wedding reception. The head table was Angels/Cubs (my husband likes them also) but our bridesmaids had baseball bouquets . Our flowers were red and white. It was a major color in our wedding our cake was baseball themed. Photos Courtesy Nicole WoodNicole Wood, Garden Grove Married Jan. 7, 2017 We had a full baseball wedding reception. The head table was Angels/Cubs (my husband likes them also) but our bridesmaids had baseball bouquets . Our flowers were red and white. It was a major color in our wedding our cake was baseball themed. Photos Courtesy Nicole WoodNicole Wood, Garden Grove Married Jan. 7, 2017 We had a full baseball wedding reception. The head table was Angels/Cubs (my husband likes them also) but our bridesmaids had baseball bouquets . Our flowers were red and white. It was a major color in our wedding our cake was baseball themed. Photos Courtesy Nicole WoodNicole Wood, Garden Grove Married Jan. 7, 2017 We had a full baseball wedding reception. The head table was Angels/Cubs (my husband likes them also) but our bridesmaids had baseball bouquets . Our flowers were red and white. It was a major color in our wedding our cake was baseball themed. Photos Courtesy Nicole WoodShandi Cardenas, San Bernardino Married Sept. 12, 2015 We had an Angels and Dodgers wedding, we walked as husband and wife to “Take Me Out To The Ball Game,” and we had Angels flags and my wedding shoes were Angels-themed. Photos Courtesy Shandi CardenasShandi Cardenas, San Bernardino Married Sept. 12, 2015 We had an Angels and Dodgers wedding, we walked as husband and wife to “Take Me Out To The Ball Game,” and we had Angels flags and my wedding shoes were Angels-themed. Photos Courtesy Shandi CardenasShandi Cardenas, San Bernardino Married Sept. 12, 2015 We had an Angels and Dodgers wedding, we walked as husband and wife to “Take Me Out To The Ball Game,” and we had Angels flags and my wedding shoes were Angels-themed. Photos Courtesy Shandi CardenasSteven Aguilar, Eastvale Married March 23, 2018 Steven and his wife had Angels lapel pins, jerseys, bobbleheads, centerpieces and Angels socks at their “House Divided” baseball themed wedding. He also went to Spring Training for his Bachelor Weekend. Photos Courtesy Steven AguilarSummer Serna My husband and I got married in 2012. We are both huge Halo fans, we actually met at an Angels tailgate in 2008. We wanted subtle touches of baseball at our wedding. My husband and his groomsmen took their photos in front of the stadium. Instead of our ring bearer carrying rings, he carried a home plate that was laid at the alter as we said our vows. We then used it as a “guest book”. The cake topper was baseball themed. The bag that my husband carried for our money dance was hand made and had the Angels logo on it. Photos courtesy Summer SernaSummer Serna My husband and I got married in 2012. We are both huge Halo fans, we actually met at an Angels tailgate in 2008. We wanted subtle touches of baseball at our wedding. My husband and his groomsmen took their photos in front of the stadium. Instead of our ring bearer carrying rings, he carried a home plate that was laid at the alter as we said our vows. We then used it as a “guest book”. The cake topper was baseball themed. The bag that my husband carried for our money dance was hand made and had the Angels logo on it. Photos courtesy Summer SernaSummer Serna My husband and I got married in 2012. We are both huge Halo fans, we actually met at an Angels tailgate in 2008. We wanted subtle touches of baseball at our wedding. My husband and his groomsmen took their photos in front of the stadium. Instead of our ring bearer carrying rings, he carried a home plate that was laid at the alter as we said our vows. We then used it as a “guest book”. The cake topper was baseball themed. The bag that my husband carried for our money dance was hand made and had the Angels logo on it. Photos courtesy Summer SernaAlexandria Weinfurter, Chino Married Jan. 27, 2018 I gave my husband a baseball glove that was red (because of the Angels) as well as a baseball. We also got married on 1/27 because of Mike Trout being #27 on the angels and he is our favorite baseball player of all time!! Then my father in law gave my husband and I a signed MLB baseball that was personalized from Mike Trout for our wedding gift. It was the best day ever and nothing will ever change that. My husband even said in his vows “I promise to make this the best day of my life even if I meet Mike Trout one day!!” Photos courtesy Alexandria WeinfurterAnnica Bodkin, Huntington Beach Married March 14, 2015 Both of us wore Angels jerseys while we were getting ready. But my favorite, is our Angels detail for when we announced our wedding date. We had custom jerseys made, he was 3 and I was 14, as our wedding date was March 14th. We put his last name (and my name-to-be) on top of the jerseys! Photos courtesy Annica BodkinAnnica Bodkin, Huntington Beach Married March 14, 2015 Both of us wore Angels jerseys while we were getting ready. But my favorite, is our Angels detail for when we announced our wedding date. We had custom jerseys made, he was 3 and I was 14, as our wedding date was March 14th. We put his last name (and my name-to-be) on top of the jerseys! Photos courtesy Annica BodkinAnnica Bodkin, Huntington Beach Married March 14, 2015 Both of us wore Angels jerseys while we were getting ready. But my favorite, is our Angels detail for when we announced our wedding date. We had custom jerseys made, he was 3 and I was 14, as our wedding date was March 14th. We put his last name (and my name-to-be) on top of the jerseys! Photos courtesy Annica BodkinEmily Perez, Cerritos Married Nov. 24, 2012 We got married at Angel Stadium at home plate and the reception was in the Diamond Club. We are huge baseball fans so each table was a different MLB team and we took our photos all around the stadium. We also served baseball food like hot dogs and nachos. Photos courtesy Emily PerezEmily Perez, Cerritos Married Nov. 24, 2012 We got married at Angel Stadium at home plate and the reception was in the Diamond Club. We are huge baseball fans so each table was a different MLB team and we took our photos all around the stadium. We also served baseball food like hot dogs and nachos. Photos courtesy Emily PerezEmily Perez, Cerritos Married Nov. 24, 2012 We got married at Angel Stadium at home plate and the reception was in the Diamond Club. We are huge baseball fans so each table was a different MLB team and we took our photos all around the stadium. We also served baseball food like hot dogs and nachos. Photos courtesy Emily PerezFranny Guerrero, Garden Grove Married Nov. 20, 2010 Our wedding took place at Angel Stadium! All of the details were baseball themed, from the baseball roses, the vintage glove the rings were carried on, the baseball cake, to the actual ceremony, reception and getting ready all occurred at the stadium. We had it all planned out, paid for the lights to be on, for the ceremony to be at home plate (leaving all the guests in suspense). Unfortunately 11/20 is a day of rain! We were the first ceremony planned under the lights and we were rained out! I was devastated! The tears were flowing, however my soon to be husband at the time, sent be some beautiful flowers and reassured me everything would be perfect, and it was! They quickly moved our ceremony into the then Knothole Club and the show went on! We had an amazing reception in the Diamond Club and everyone had a blast. We have now been married 7 years and hope to renew our vows at 10 years, at home plate as originally planned. So get ready Angel Stadium, the Guerrero’s will be back November 20, 2020! Photos courtesy Franny Guerrero.Franny Guerrero, Garden Grove Married Nov. 20, 2010 Our wedding took place at Angel Stadium! All of the details were baseball themed, from the baseball roses, the vintage glove the rings were carried on, the baseball cake, to the actual ceremony, reception and getting ready all occurred at the stadium. We had it all planned out, paid for the lights to be on, for the ceremony to be at home plate (leaving all the guests in suspense). Unfortunately 11/20 is a day of rain! We were the first ceremony planned under the lights and we were rained out! I was devastated! The tears were flowing, however my soon to be husband at the time, sent be some beautiful flowers and reassured me everything would be perfect, and it was! They quickly moved our ceremony into the then Knothole Club and the show went on! We had an amazing reception in the Diamond Club and everyone had a blast. We have now been married 7 years and hope to renew our vows at 10 years, at home plate as originally planned. So get ready Angel Stadium, the Guerrero’s will be back November 20, 2020! Photos courtesy Franny Guerrero.Jennifer Fehr Jennifer had an Angels-themed bridal shower and went to an Angels game with her bridesmaids Photo Courtesy Jennifer Fehr.Joshua and Maxine Franks Married April 7,2017 We got married April 7th, 2017 at the old Orange County courthouse. After we got married, on a whim, we bought club loge seats to the Angels vs Mariners game and celebrated together in her wedding dress and my suit above third base. I wore my late father’s Pioneer League Championship ring the he won when he played in Idaho Falls for the Angels minor league system in 1970. The staff at Angels stadium was so kind when we arrived and found out that we were just married that they gave us a gift basket full of giveaways that we still have. The fellow fans that sat around us bought us drinks and one bought us a cheesecake yogurt to celebrate like a wedding cake. The Angels won that game 5-1 over the Mariners. It was such a wonderful experience. And we both truly believe that my father was there celebrating with us in spirit. Looking forward to another great season! Go Angels!! Photos Courtesy Joshua Franks.Jennifer Fehr Jennifer had an Angels-themed bridal shower and went to an Angels game with her bridesmaids Photo Courtesy Jennifer Fehr.Joshua and Maxine Franks Married April 7,2017 We got married April 7th, 2017 at the old Orange County courthouse. After we got married, on a whim, we bought club loge seats to the Angels vs Mariners game and celebrated together in her wedding dress and my suit above third base. I wore my late father’s Pioneer League Championship ring the he won when he played in Idaho Falls for the Angels minor league system in 1970. The staff at Angels stadium was so kind when we arrived and found out that we were just married that they gave us a gift basket full of giveaways that we still have. The fellow fans that sat around us bought us drinks and one bought us a cheesecake yogurt to celebrate like a wedding cake. The Angels won that game 5-1 over the Mariners. It was such a wonderful experience. And we both truly believe that my father was there celebrating with us in spirit. Looking forward to another great season! Go Angels!! Photos Courtesy Joshua Franks.Karen Penwarden-Alvarado, Anaheim Married Dec. 16, 2016 Our wedding reception was held at Angel Stadium! Photos courtesy Karen Penwarden-AlvaradoLacy Merrell, Orange Married Nov. 11, 2015 Lacy wore an Angels garter belt at her nuptials. Photo courtesy Lacy MerrellLorelei, Winchester Married June 7, 2008 We did our engagement photos at Angels stadium. We used the photos in a book that guests signed at the wedding. Photos couretsy Lorelei WinchesterLorelei, Winchester Married June 7, 2008 We did our engagement photos at Angels stadium. We used the photos in a book that guests signed at the wedding. Photos couretsy Lorelei WinchesterMariana Antunez Married May 7, 2011 Our first time we hung out together was a group event at Angel Stadium – Pennant playoffs with the Minnesota twins back in 2002. The year the Angels won the world series. Several Spring Training years later, we decided to make it permanent. Fast forward to May 7, 2011: We were married in our Angels’ gear at home with our children, family and baseball family in attendance. We rented a large suite at the stadium for our guests and celebrated the evening while watching our favorite team. Angels baseball was our common thread that brought us together. Our wedding day was full of great memories. The only regret was not having rented (2) suites and invited more people! Photos courtesy Mariana AntunezMariana Antunez Married May 7, 2011 Our first time we hung out together was a group event at Angel Stadium – Pennant playoffs with the Minnesota twins back in 2002. The year the Angels won the world series. Several Spring Training years later, we decided to make it permanent. Fast forward to May 7, 2011: We were married in our Angels’ gear at home with our children, family and baseball family in attendance. We rented a large suite at the stadium for our guests and celebrated the evening while watching our favorite team. Angels baseball was our common thread that brought us together. Our wedding day was full of great memories. The only regret was not having rented (2) suites and invited more people! Photos courtesy Mariana AntunezMariana Antunez Married May 7, 2011 Our first time we hung out together was a group event at Angel Stadium – Pennant playoffs with the Minnesota twins back in 2002. The year the Angels won the world series. Several Spring Training years later, we decided to make it permanent. Fast forward to May 7, 2011: We were married in our Angels’ gear at home with our children, family and baseball family in attendance. We rented a large suite at the stadium for our guests and celebrated the evening while watching our favorite team. Angels baseball was our common thread that brought us together. Our wedding day was full of great memories. The only regret was not having rented (2) suites and invited more people! Photos courtesy Mariana AntunezElisa and Jeff Willis on their wedding day May 24, 2013 at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, CA. Photo by Terrence Bishop.NextShow Caption1 of 50Elisa and Jeff Willis on their wedding day May 24, 2013 at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, CA. Photo by Terrence Bishop.ExpandThese couples professed their love for the Angels – and each other – at their weddingsAre you a die-hard fan of the Angels? Did you represent the Angels on your wedding day? Click here and take our survey. We would love to hear all about it.Live updates for Opening Day SHOwered and ready for a good night’s sleep. t.co read more

August 13

Prairie Ridge celebrating 50th anniversary

first_imgMASON CITY — Prairie Ridge in Mason City on Thursday celebrated its 50th year of providing quality substance abuse and mental health treatment to individuals and families throughout the area.Executive director Lorrie Young says the organization is excited to be marking five decades of service to the community. “There’s been a lot of change over the last 50 years both in terms of policy and funding, but we’re at a point where we understand that outcomes improve when we can provide truly integrated care, whole person care for the individuals we serve. We’re excited to be able to provide treatment for substance use disorders and gambling disorders as we have historically, and two years ago becoming the community mental health center in adding mental health treatment.”Young says people may not be aware of Prairie Ridge taking over mental health services from Wellsource and the former North Iowa Mental Health Center a few years ago. She says her organization as well as several private mental health service providers have been trying to step up to serve the needs of the community.  “We know that even with everybody doing the best that they can, there’s still not enough services to meet the demand. So while we are really proud of the fact that that we started from day one working to meet the needs of the individuals that were being served by the mental health center, we also remain eternally grateful to the community partners that were a significant part of making sure that nobody fell through the cracks when that transition happened.”A new full-service pharmacy is currently being constructed in the Prairie Ridge building. Young says research shows that patients are helped more when there is an on-site pharmacy where they are getting treated. She says they are partnering with Genoa Pharmacies, which specializes in medications to treat behavioral healthcare conditions. “So they are really instrumental in helping to provide patient education, consultation support, getting pre-authorizations, making sure that patients have what they need when they need it. I also think that for a lot of our patients, when they’re struggling, having to go five or six different places to get their needs met can feel really, really overwhelming. A lot of them have transportation concerns, so to be able to do everything in one location, to be able to see a provider, get a prescription if they need it, be able to get their medication on site, for patient to have injections to be able to have somebody to do that here, it just simplifies their lives in a way that it’s something we can do to make it easier for them.”Young says Prairie Ridge is blessed and grateful to the communities that they’ve been able to serve in the last 50 years.  “We’re grateful for all of you in helping to get the word out that help is available, that care is available in an environment that doesn’t see the people we serve is broken, but sees them as courageous individuals, making choices to live their lives with purpose.”Yesterday’s celebration was for staff and employees. A public celebration as well as 5K walk and run will be held on their campus at 320 North Eisenhower on Saturday September 21stlast_img read more

January 20

Troubled Inter Milan turn to Pioli

first_img Inter fans have blamed the club’s complicated global management structure for the team’s troubles. The club president is Erick Thohir, an Indonesian entrepreneur, who purchased Inter from the Moratti family three years ago and who now has 30 per cent of the ownership after the recent restructuring. And there are five Chinese representatives on the club’s nine-member board of directors – Ren Jun, Mi Xin, Liu Jun, Yang Yang and Zhang Kangyang. During Inter’s win over Crotone, supporters displayed banners that read, ‘Shame on the management’, and, ‘Thanks Frank, you’re paying for errors that were not yours’. Pioli becomes Inter’s ninth coach since Jose Mourinho led the club to a treble in 2010. The others were Rafa Benitez, Leonardo, Gian Piero Gasperini, Claudio Ranieri, Andrea Stramaccioni, Walter Mazzarri, Mancini and De Boer. MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE ROME, Italy (AP): Former Lazio coach Stefano Pioli was hired by struggling Inter Milan yesterday, replacing the fired Frank de Boer and tasked with restoring the 18-time Serie A champions to respectability. Inter announced that they signed Pioli to coach through next season and that he will be introduced tomorrow. Besides Lazio, the 51-year-old Pioli previously coached his hometown club Parma plus Chievo Verona, Palermo and Bologna in Serie A. In 218 matches as a Serie A coach, his teams have a record of 73 wins, 62 draws and 83 losses. “He seems to me to be a logical choice,” former Inter president Massimo Moratti said. “He’s a coach who knows Italian football and who has always made his clubs play well.” De Boer was fired last week after Inter lost seven of 14 matches in all competitions. Inter’s youth squad coach, Stefano Vecchi, had been given temporary control of the senior team for a 2-1 loss at Southampton in the Europa League on Thursday – leaving the Nerazzurri last in their group – and a 3-0 win over last-place Crotone on Sunday in Serie A. Inter are in ninth place in the Italian league, 13 points behind leaders Juventus. PIOLI’S DEBUT Pioli’s debut will come in the derby against AC Milan on November 20. Considered the next in a long-line of Italian tacticians, Pioli was considered the safest choice after a long weekend of meetings and interviews conducted by Inter’s management even though he has never coached a major club. Other coaches reported to have interviewed for the job included Marcelino, Italian great Gianfranco Zola and the well-travelled Guus Hiddink. Big Italian clubs rarely hold interviews for coaches in the public manner that Inter did, which sparked perplexity among the club’s supporters. “I never held any casting interviews but I observed (coaches) on my own,” Moratti said. “They’re different systems, but it’s not like one way is right and the other is wrong. It’s a transparent method to make a well-informed choice.” In Pioli’s first season at Lazio, he led the Rome club to a third-place finish. He was fired by Lazio in April after a 4-1 derby loss to Roma. As a player, Pioli was a centre back for Juventus, Hellas Verona and Fiorentina. While financial details were not announced, the La Gazzetta dello Sport reported that Pioli will earn €1.4 million (US$200 million Jamaican) for the remainder of this season and nearly €2 million (US$285 million) for next season. De Boer was hired less than two weeks before the season began following the unexpected resignation of Roberto Mancini, who reportedly wanted more control over the transfer market and clashed with Suning, the Chinese retail giant that took control of 70 per cent of Inter in June.last_img read more

January 6

Five talking points ahead of Arsenal against Atletico

first_img0Shares0000Arsene Wenger is hoping to leave Arsenal on a high by winning his first European trophy © AFP/File / Adrian DENNISMADRID, Spain, May 3 – Arsene Wenger’s glorious farewell will be on the line on Thursday as Arsenal visit Atletico Madrid in the Europa League semi-final second leg.Atletico held on for a 1-1 draw in the opening game in London last week and Diego Simeone’s side are heavy favourites to make the final in Lyon later this month. Here, AFP Sport looks at five talking points ahead of the clash in Madrid:Wenger braced for last Arsenal game in EuropeIf Wenger had been able to handpick the setting for potentially his last European match in charge of Arsenal, Atletico’s Wanda Metropolitano would likely have been low down the list.To avoid defeat, his team will have to deliver the sort of break-out display they have managed in the FA Cup in recent years, against Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.Wenger got closest to a European trophy in 2006 when his side were beaten in the Champions League final by Barcelona and in 2000, when they lost in the UEFA Cup final to Galatasaray.A glorious farewell is still within reach.Atletico impenetrable at homeAtletico are unbeaten at home in La Liga this term and have not conceded a single goal on their own patch since January.The success of Simeone’s side has been based on work rate and discipline but Arsenal can draw encouragement from last week’s opening leg, when they created several excellent chances.The key in Madrid is likely to be patient. Over-exert, and Arsenal may leave themselves open to Atletico’s all-too familiar combination of absorb and counter.But it will take a certain level of attacking intent to break down arguably Europe’s most resilient defence. Arsenal must find the perfect balance.Lacazette to prove his worthAlexandre Lacazette scored Arsenal’s first-leg goal, but missed several other chances © AFP / Adrian DENNISWith Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cup-tied, Alexandre Lacazette is again expected to start up front for Arsenal and the Frenchman will have to be more clinical than he was in the first leg.Lacazette scored the opener but missed a number of chances to give his team the lead and he has particular motivation against Atletico, who tried to sign him last year before their transfer ban kicked in.“He is a fantastic player with great speed and movement,” Simeone said. “What distinguishes him most is his speed of execution in the final third.”Costa back for AtletiDiego Costa missed the opener in London with a hamstring strain but the striker is expected back, having come through Sunday’s win over Alaves unscathed.The striker’s return is a huge boost for Atletico. Costa’s tenacity will be well-known to Arsenal but he also brings the best out of partner Antoine Griezmann, who has enjoyed a sharp upturn in form since the Spaniard joined in January.If Costa can martial Laurent Koscielny and Shkodran Mustafi, Atletico will hope Griezmann can capitalise on the extra space.Simeone constrained to the standsDiego Simeone was banished to the stands during the first leg at the Emirates © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONSimeone is never one to hold back on the touchline, often celebrating tackles and blocks just as enthusiastically as a goal.He overstepped the mark, however, last week and was sent off, meaning he will have to watch from the stands in the second leg.Atletico will certainly miss their coach and motivator on the line. It remains to be seen how much.“The stadium must know we need them, we need them to live the game like our coach lives it,” captain Diego Godin said. “That will help us a great deal.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more