Scoreboard roundup — 4/12/18

first_img Related iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) —  Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events:    AMERICAN LEAGUE Final  Cleveland    9  Detroit         3 Final  Boston       6  N-Y Yankees     3 Final  Minnesota    4  Chi White Sox   0 Final  L-A Angels   7  Kansas City     1NATIONAL LEAGUE Final  Pittsburgh      6  Chi Cubs     1 Final  St. Louis      13  Cincinnati   4 Final  Colorado        5  Washington   1 Final  San Francisco   7  San Diego    0    NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFS Final  Tampa Bay   5  New Jersey   2 Final  Boston      5  Toronto      1 Final OT  Columbus    4  Washington   3 Final  Nashville   5  Colorado     2 Final  San Jose    3  Anaheim      0Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more

Art of War competitor – Daren Jordon

first_imgAs the countdown continues for the ‘Art of War’ deejay competition which is set for July 28,  Guyana Times Entertainment will feature the deejays participating in the event. This week, we are pleased to feature Daren Jordon, also called “Turf Teacha”.He is 28 years old and hails from Region Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara).“Turf Teacha” started his musical career at the tender age of 15 and previously played with Big Life Sound. He currently plays for the Trinity Sound System.He has been in the sound business for 13 years. “Turf Teacha” has competed in three clashes and is still to win a trophy. His preferred musical weapon of choice is dub plates.His focus as a deejay is to entertain his fans and his strongest quality is his self-confidence. He is also a self-inspired individual.Jordon’s most memorable moment as a DJ was the impact he made at Art of War 2017.If you want to see the “Turf Teacha” in action, be sure to come out on July 28 at the Sports Hall tarmac.For more information on Art of War 2018, you can check the Facebook page “Empire Media Inc” or call telephone numbers 680-6720 or 862-233-0494.last_img read more

Hawley bill would move federal agencies from DC

first_imgBrain-drain the swamp.Missouri U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley has filed a bill that would move ten federal agencies from Washington D.C. to regions struggling economically. The agriculture department would head to Missouri.The proposal comes after Hawley on Twitter bashed a Washington Post opinion piece by a USDA researcher whose office was moved from D.C. to Kansas City. Hawley called the piece condescending and elitist.last_img

New Gmail app to add support for Exchange and Yahoo accounts

first_imgGoogle is planning to release a new Gmail app for Android, which will sport a redesigned user interface on the lines of the new material design language for Android Lollipop. Reportedly, this app will be rechristened Gmail 5 for Android, and one of the new features will be added support for Microsoft Exchange accounts and Yahoo mail.Android is notorious for the fact that users need to use a different email app for different types of accounts. Google bundles its Gmail app and a separate email app which works with other types of accounts. Exchange accounts are popular with many organisations, and Yahoo mail before Gmail became popular was arguably the most popular consumer email service.With addition of Exchange and Yahoo mail support on Gmail, users will have a single point of entry to their mail. Currently, we don’t know what will become of the standard email app that is made by Google.On the iPhone, users are able to use the stock mail app for all their mails, the same is not true on Android. A Gmail app with support for Exchange and Yahoo accounts will achieve this.last_img read more

Saskatoon family looking for support in search of missing Justin Kishayinew

first_imgJaydon Flett APTN National NewsSaskatoon, like Winnipeg, has a river running through it.But unlike Winnipeg, Saskatoon doesn’t have groups like the Bear Clan Patrol, people who walk the streets or Drag the Red, people who literally drag the Red River looking for bodies of missing people.One family in Saskatoon wishes there was something like that – right now.Maybe they could help them find Justin Kishayinew, 22, who was last seen leaving his home in the early morning hours Feb. 10.Since then only a handful of people, and mostly close relatives, have been trying to find him.last_img read more

In Focus today Tax Education Mens Health Tourism at College

first_img Related Items:#MagneticNewsMedia, #menshealth, #taxeducation Recommended for you Bahamas Police Commissioner Greenslade gone to UK, appointed as High Commissioner Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, November 18, 2016 – It is Tax Payer Education day for the Revenue Department today and residents are invited for education, prizes and refreshments from 10am to 3pm at Butterfield Square.Today is also the day that the Ministry of Health and Human Services will host a workshop with Church leaders to discuss men’s health at the Airport hotel beginning at noon.  It is also open house today at the Turks and Caicos Islands Community College.As we begin to see a wind down of Tourism Environmental Awareness Month, the students will arrange displays supported by three hotels and there is a panel discussion at 11:30am, where the focus naturally we be on Tourism and Education.Open House of TCICC starts at 9:30am. TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Nearly 30 Haitians caught following illegal landing in Nassau, says Defence Force Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

SDSU USS Midway Foundation Launch Modern US Military History Program

first_img KUSI Newsroom, Posted: June 11, 2019 KUSI Newsroom SDSU, USS Midway Foundation Launch Modern U.S. Military History Program SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego State University and the USS Midway Foundation launched a partnership Tuesday to fund an endowed chair position and an interdisciplinary program in modern U.S. military history at SDSU.The USS Midway Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the USS Midway Museum, pledged to donate $3 million over five years to fund the program and chair — the largest gift SDSU’s College of Arts and Letters has ever received, according to the university. The foundation’s board of directors approved the gift June 6.“This partnership marks another proud and historic chapter for our university as a military partner,” said SDSU President Adela de la Torre. “With the USS Midway Foundation’s generous endowment gift, we will be able to amplify the impact of our military education programs and research efforts — but also our capacity to educate our broad student population on military history.”The chair will be part of the college’s Department of History, focusing on military history from World War II to the present. The holder of the post will also research and teach on subjects like national security policy, military technology, combat and humanitarian operations and the effect of military combat on military veterans and survivors.In addition to the duties to the program, the chair will also have a leadership role with the university’s Center for Military History, which is scheduled for inauguration later this year.SDSU plans to begin a national search for the program’s chair and fill the position by the start of the 2020-2021 academic year.“As we celebrate the museum’s 15th anniversary this summer, the announcement is a fitting capstone to our ongoing mission of educating and inspiring students at all levels in support of our mission to become America*s living symbol of freedom,” said USS Midway Museum President and CEO Mac McLaughlin. June 11, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more