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NewsLocal NewsTánaiste happy about reduction in Limerick unemploymentBy Alan Jacques – May 7, 2015 775 Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” TAGSEducation Minister Jan O’SullivanfeaturedLabour Partylimerickmarriage equality referendumMinister for Social Protection Joan Burton Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Labour Ladies at the Clarion Hotel, where they held a round table interview with local media last Friday.Joan Burton,Tanaiste and Minister for Social Protection and Jan O’Sullivan TD Minister for Education and Skills.(Picture: Keith Wiseman)Tanaiste and Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton TD, at the Clarion Hotel, where she held a round table interview with local media last Friday.(Picture: Keith Wiseman)TÁNAISTE Joan Burton welcomed the fall in unemployment numbers in Limerick during a low-key visit to the city last Friday.According to the CSO, all regions saw a drop in unemployment in the last year, with the Mid West recording the largest drop at 13.8 per cent.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Minister Burton welcomed the latest figures while in Limerick to launch her party’s ‘Make It Happen’ campaign ahead of the marriage referendum on May 22.Speaking at the Clarion Hotel, the Social Protection Minister said that the improved employment situation means a lot of people are going back to work on the back of “very good announcements which have come continuously over the last two years and which have increased significantly in recent times.”The latest CSO figures indicate that the number of people on the Live Register has fallen to 343,551, a reduction of 45,008 – or 11.6 per cent – since April 2014. Long-term unemployment has fallen to 158,488, a reduction of 19,737 – or 11.1 per cent – since the same time last year.Asked if the fall in unemployment could be attributed to emigration and employment schemes such as JobBridge, Ms Burton said the Government would be getting the figures in relation to emigration from the CSO quite shortly. “In terms of 2014, all the evidence is in fact that we are beginning to see a return of people to the country. I think parents, grandparents and indeed the GAA have seen this all around the country.“If you look at the jobs being announced in Limerick a lot of them are very high level jobs for people who are very well educated and I anticipated and hoped that people having gained good experience abroad would now look at returning.“The overall figure for Limerick city and county in terms of the decrease on the Live Register to April 31 of this year is 16 and a half per cent. That is a very strong fall. It means a significant amount of people, up to 3,000 of them, have left the Live Register and gone back to work.“The number who are involved in Back To Education, community employment schemes, Tus and JobBridge have stayed very constant over the last number of years. I developed the Tus and JobBridge schemes as ways of getting people different kinds of experience, and they’ve been very successful,” she said.In relation, to securing a Yes vote in the upcoming marriage equality referendum, she said the response on the doorstep has been very positive.“We’re campaigning nationally and the response is very good, particularly from younger people who are very engaged. We want to send a message to them that they need to carry that support right to the ballot box on polling day. This is critical.”Labour Ladies at the Clarion Hotel, where they held a round table interview with local media last Friday.Joan Burton,Tanaiste and Minister for Social Protection and Jan O’Sullivan TD Minister for Education and Skills.(Picture: Keith Wiseman)Education Minister Jan O’Sullivan agreed that the challenge would be to make sure that people actually go out and cast their vote.“A lot of people that we’ve engaged with are quite surprised at the idea that it wouldn’t pass. We’re saying it is important to go out and vote,” she said.The Tánaiste also told Limerick reporters that she believes some of the posters deployed by the No campaign are upsetting and pointed out that surrogacy has nothing to do with the marriage equality referendum.“Since time began, people have been born into circumstance other than that of a perfect family. People who have been widowed, widowers, lone parents those raised by aunts and uncles.“Some of the No posters have been very negative and upsetting for people and also focusing on issues that have nothing to do with the referendum. Surrogacy is an issue in Ireland, but surrogacy is mainly an issue for heterosexual couples and couples who are very often desperate to have a baby. It’s one of the avenues they resort to, so that’s an issue that has to be dealt with,” she concluded.Leaving Limerick, the Tánaiste was met outside the Clarion Hotel last Friday by two Anti Austerity Alliance supporters holding aloft posters with the message “Labour sold out”.“Come and face us,” one of the protesters shouted. 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Press Release, Voting & Elections Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced today the commonwealth will begin work to issue a bond that will assist counties with purchasing new voting systems with a paper trail. The new systems have enhanced security to help guard against hacking and produce an anonymous paper record so voters can verify their choices are correctly marked before casting their ballot. Paper records also allow officials to conduct the most accurate recounts and audits of election results.“Pennsylvania counties are well on their way to replacing their voting systems and I applaud their tremendous commitment to protecting our elections,” said Governor Wolf. “I remain committed to supporting their efforts and this funding will help the counties to complete that process.”Under the arrangement, the commonwealth would fund up to $90 million to reimburse counties for 60 percent of their actual costs to replace voting systems. The Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing Authority (PEDFA) may issue bonds, and the Department of State would make grants available to counties.The Department of State will offer counties that use older models of hand-marked paper ballot voting systems an opportunity to request an extension until June 2021 to select new voting infrastructure. However, there will be a financial incentive for implementing on the current schedule: counties that implement new voting systems by the 2020 primary as directed by the Department will receive their full share of all available federal and state funds.The Department of State has already begun disbursing $14.15 million, mostly federal funds, to counties for new voting systems.“Our counties appreciate the governor finding a way forward that recognizes both the county need for funding assistance as well as the broad funding support we had in the General Assembly,” said Kathi Cozzone, president of the County Commissioner Association of Pennsylvania. “There are few higher priorities for counties than the safe, accessible and secure administration of elections, and we are truly grateful for the support and assistance we will be receiving as we move to the next generation of voting systems.”“The provision of funding from the commonwealth, coupled with funds already received from the federal government, will significantly reduce the need for use of local property tax dollars,” added Douglas E. Hill, executive director of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania. “The collaboration and care of all involved, who take the privilege of voting to heart, is most appreciated.”The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, along with the U.S. Senate and House intelligence committees and many security experts, have urged states to replace Direct Recording Electronic voting machines (DREs) used in most Pennsylvania counties.Counties must choose a new voting system by Dec. 31, 2019 and implement them no later than the 2020 primary election. About 80 percent of counties have made progress in selecting a voting system, including nine counties that have already deployed new systems. Seven voting systems are certified in Pennsylvania following a rigorous evaluation by the Department of State and federal government.Election security is a top priority for the Department of State which works closely with all 67 county boards of elections, as well as state and federal experts, to ensure the integrity of Pennsylvania’s election process.Other actions already taken by the commonwealth to secure the vote include:• Providing free crisis preparedness and cybersecurity training to counties;• Coordinating the election security activities of multiple state agencies;• Moving Department of State election day operations to the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency;• Encrypting voter registration data hosted by the Department of State;• Layering cybersecurity to secure the state voter registration database;• Continuous monitoring of the commonwealth’s technical environment;• Conducting frequent independent vulnerability assessments of commonwealth networks, applications and systems, and• Providing free anti-phishing and security awareness training software provided to counties.The Department of State also provides counties with security training, including in-depth tabletop and mock election exercises and many other resources. Pennsylvania Will Use Bonding Authority to Fund County Voting Security Upgrades July 09, 2019 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
RelatedPosts Mike Tyson comeback fight postponed WBA Champion Charr to hold Ruiz Jr talks Mike Tyson beats up seven prostitutes George Foreman has admitted he “didn’t want anything to do” with “monster” Mike Tyson when a fight between the two heavyweights was mooted in the late 1980s.Two-time world champion Foreman was 38 in 1987 when he stunned the boxing world by announcing a comeback.At that time, Tyson was only 21 but held the WBC, WBA and IBF belts, the first heavyweight boxer to have all three simultaneously.“That guy was a nightmare in the ring. I didn’t want anything to do with that guy,” he told ESPN.“I didn’t want a part of Mike Tyson. He was a monster.“If he missed you with his left, then missed you with his right, he’d bite you.“Those are the kind of guys you see in a nightmare. You want to wake up and say, ‘so glad that’s a dream.“I didn’t want any part of Mike Tyson – no way.”But Foreman said that Tyson felt the same way at the time: “He was scared and I was glad of that.”Instead, Tyson went on to extend his undefeated record by beating the likes of Larry Holmes, Michael Spinks and Frank Bruno before suffering his first loss, to Buster Douglas in 1990.Foreman, who famously fought Muhammad Ali in the 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” instead made his 1987 comeback against Steve Zouski.He continued fighting until he was almost 49 and ended his career in 1997 with a professional record of 81 fights, 76 wins, including 68 by knockout, and five losses.Foreman told On The Ropes: “There were a couple of times serious negotiations were going on with the Mike Tyson fight.“Mike Tyson just didn’t want to fight me. Not to say he couldn’t have beaten me.“I mean, this guy could punch. The bigger they are the harder they’d fall as far as Mike Tyson was concerned.”Tags: BOXINGGeorge Foremanmike tyson
Naim Sliti added an injury-time third to cap off a counter-attack as Madagascar sent players forward.Indian Ocean island side Madagascar, ranked 108th in the world, were the story of their debut tournament. They had to start AFCON qualifying in the preliminary round in March 2017, but went on to stun Nigeria in the group stages last month and then DR Congo in the last 16.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Tunisia reached their first Africa Cup of Nations semi-final since 2004 as they ended Madagascar’s fairytale run.The Eagles of Carthage, who will face Senegal in Sunday’s last-four tie, led through Ferjani Sassi’s deflected shot from the edge of the box.Youssef Msakni then doubled their lead after Wahbi Khazri’s shot was parried by Melvin Adrien.
Stanley Cup Final 2019: Bruins’ David Krejci makes unbelievable block to save goal Stanley Cup 2019: Blues’ Ivan Barbashev suspended one game for high hit on Bruins’ Marcus Johansson This one was not without controversy, though.On Perron’s goal, Tyler Bozak appeared to not be called for a trip on Noel Acciari, which led directly to the Blues finding the back of the net. Related News The second period begins with some great chances from the Blues, and then Zach Sanford and Ryan O’Reilly connected for this beauty. #stlblues #WeAllBleedBlue pic.twitter.com/dX5i9ebO65— St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) June 7, 2019The special teams differenceIn Game 2 the Blues let the Bruins get going with a power-play goal on their first chance of the night. In Game 3, they allowed them to score four times in four power plays on four shots.Over and over again, it was said the Blues had to be better against the Bruins’ power play to get a leg up in this series. Well, in Game 4, St. Louis held Boston to 0 for 2 on the power play, and in Game 5, it held them to 0 for 3.It isn’t a coincidence the Blues won those two games. On prime scoring opportunities, St. Louis kept the Bruins from scoring. That’s how teams compete and win. That is what leads our three takeaways.Here are three takeaways from the Blues’ Game 5 winReferees point of discussion once againIt simply keeps happening. Game after game after game in these Stanley Cup playoffs, the referees are becoming the focus. In the Western Conference semis the Avalanche had a game-tying goal disallowed on a controversial offsides, then in the Western Conference finals, the Sharks scored against the Blues immediately following an uncalled hand pass.Now, in Game 5, of the Stanley Cup Final, the Blues took a critical 2-0 lead after Tyler Bozak appeared to get away with a trip on Noel Acciari. We can say that all we want, but watch the play for yourself and decide whether it was a trip or not.Bozak upends Noel Acciari#STLBlues #NHLBruins #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/LSA8Ghk1ra— Lucas 🔁 Luke (@LucasOrLukeIDC) June 7, 2019That was an absolutely pivotal play because Boston found the net just minutes later to cut the lead to 2-1. If a penalty is called on Bozak, the game is at least tied going into the closing minutes.We don’t really have a solution for this situation ourselves, we just wanted to point out what happened and let you come up with your own conclusion. Was this a trip? Or wasn’t it?Ryan O’Reilly appreciation postNo, Ryan O’Reilly hasn’t put the puck in the net all that much this postseason. Coming into Game 5 he had five goals in 23 games and that might get some to suggest he hasn’t been all that good. Those people don’t know what they’re talking about.While O’Reilly has been very good in the passing game, assisting on 13 goals in 23 games, his defense has truly been where he has excelled. That was glaringly evident in Game 2 when Patrice Bergeron was rendered virtually useless and it has once again been on display in Games 4 and 5, which the Blues have controlled much of the way.O’Reilly’s greatness can’t be measured by how many goals he scores, but that doesn’t mean he can’t put the puck in the net. In fact, he was the player to break the scoreless tie in Game 5. Now does he have your attention? The Blues are one win away from their first championship.Thanks to goals from David Perron and Ryan O’Reilly and 38 saves from Jordan Binnington, the Blues defeated the Bruins in Boston to take a 3-2 series lead.
Former Lumberjack crafts book on 49ers’ great: Matt Maiocco’s “Letters to 87” and its Humboldt connection
On a trip to his alma mater Humboldt State University eight some years ago Matt Maiocco, author of “Letters to 87,” let an idea for a book about “The Catch” – the iconic 1982 NFC Championship game-winning grab made by San Francisco 49ers all-time great Dwight Clark — wash over him.It was a hard idea to ignore being that the man who pitched it was none other than number 87 in red and gold himself.The two were headed for the university’s 2011 celebrity sports auction.Clark said he wanted a …
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest As I was digging weeds already out of the garden this weekend and looking at the buds on the trees, it looks more like early May rather than early April. Either way we are getting our seed together for research plots and checking our list of locations to begin for what is already an unusual season. While the rain is keeping us at bay, here are some reminders of last minute checks and to-dos before it turns into those crazy long days.Sample for SCN. We’ve always recommended sampling in the fall after a soybean crop. This is primarily due to when SCN populations will be the highest as well as more time in the fall to sample these fields. Fall sampling has not been ideal the last few years. This year it is very unlikely that there was any winter kill of eggs, those that are not protected by the cyst wall. Based on Laura Lindsey and Terry Niblack’s recent survey most of our fields have some SCN and they are below the economic threshold. However, there were also some surprises and we know historically that once populations get super high (more than 15,000 eggs/cup of soil or 60 cysts) that it is very difficult to get those populations to drop with just crop rotation. Not to mention the consistent loss in yield over time. The top fields to target this spring would be:Fields where the yield is consistently 10 to 20 bushels off your farm or county average.Fields that have been in continuous soybean (for more than five years)Fields that have a proliferation of winter annuals or cover crops that are also great hosts for SCN (legumes, purple dead nettle, and Sheperd’s purse)For a refresher on how to sample for SCN, here is a link to sampling by one of our newly minted Ph.D. students (#8 in the series) https://plantpath.osu.edu/about-us/multimediaCheck your varieties — what are the disease resistant scores. Most farmers in Ohio know which fields have had diseases, Phytophthora root and stem rot, Sclerotinia stem rot, Frog eye leaf spot and replanting due to seedling diseases. All of these are best managed with resistance. Each company uses a different scoring system.1 to 9 – where 9 is dead and 1 is little to no disease1 to 9 – where 9 is best – top rating and 1 is tons of disease and plants are dead.As you look at these ratings you are going to see that most of the varieties are in the range of 3 to 7 — in the middle. This is because the resistance that we most commonly deploy takes many genes (quantitative) to manage the particular disease and under conditions that are highly favorable for disease development some disease will occur.A good example is Sclerotinia stem rot. Varieties with the highest resistant ratings will develop 6% to 15% incidence under high disease conditions, well below where overall yield loss can occur.Do you have a seed treatment? Is it the right package for your conditions? Replanting is costly. From a seed, herbicide and delayed planting perspective. In Ohio, soybean seedling pathogens are very diverse and include the watermolds (Phytophthora and Pythium) as well as true fungi (Fusarium spp. and Rhizoctonia). All of these are very well managed with seed treatments, but there is not one fungicide that will control this plethora of pathogens. The mainstay, metalaxyl/mefenoxam is very good for P. sojae and some Pythium spp, the same is true for ethaboxam. A strobilurin will have efficacy towards some Pythium spp. and some true fungi. Fludioxonil and several other chemistries will manage Rhizoctonia and Fusarium. The key for today’s seed treatment mix is to be sure you have several fungicides in the package,that will actually mix and work well together.
Omar Abdullah sports ‘an unkempt beard’; family members find Mehbooba Mufti ‘agitated’ The government spokesman said the official endeavour is to move forward on the path of relaxation and facilitation further and further.He said attendance in the government offices were showing “a very good” trend. “Even 4000 schools that were opened also saw good staff attendance but students’ presence remained low,” said Mr. Kansal.Discounting any lack of medicines or health facilities in the Valley, Mr. Kansal said around 2.5 lakh patients were treated in outpatient department in the Valley. “All medical facilities are functioning normally in 10 districts of the Valley,” he added.‘Only 152 major stone pelting incidents recorded’Mr. Kansal said out of a total of 152 major incidents of stone pelting were reported since August 5.Also Read Security forces help disabled J&K player reach Chennai in just 48 hours for trials Ninety-three percent of J&K and Ladakh regions without any prohibitory orders now as the situation showed gradual improvement in the wake of the August 5 decisions, said the J&K government spokesman on Monday.“Restriction from 92 police stations out of 105 stand withdrawn. Thereby, 90% of Kashmir valley has no prohibitory orders. Jammu and Ladakh have seen complete lifting of restrictions and restoration of communications lines, including landlines and mobile phones. A total of 92% of J&K and Ladakh have no prohibitory orders now,” J&K government spokesman Rohit Kansal said.He said over 26,000 landlines were made functional in the Valley with 29 more exchanges thrown open, taking the number of functional exchanges to 76 out of 95. “This is evident from the fact that the deputy commissioner’s office in Srinagar that used to see 2500 public calls made per day has come down by 85%,” said Mr. Kansal.Also Read “Around 100 such incidents were in just five police stations. Over 125 were in Srinagar alone. This shows rest of the valley is peaceful,” said Mr. Kansal.He termed the killing of a shopkeeper in Srinagar and driver in Anantnag as unfortunate. “These cases are being pursued as per the law,” said the spokesman.