Marshfield freshman football rolls Wausau West

first_imgFour Tigers score TDs in home winBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterMARSHFIELD — Four different Marshfield players scored touchdowns as the Tigers freshman football team beat Wausau West 27-6 on Thursday at Marshfield High School.Simon Baity had a 30-yard touchdown run, Noah Seehafer and Brad Dickinson had 1-yard TD runs, and Sam Hinson threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Isaac Meverden for Marshfield’s scoring plays. Austin Kuhlka had three extra point kicks.Joey Goettl intercepted two West passes, and Emmett Meissner, Tyler Wein, and A.J. Trierweiler led Marshfield (3-1) in tackles.The Tigers will play Stevens Point at Goerke Field next Thursday at 4:30 p.m.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)last_img read more

Ghana beat valiant USA to set QF date with Uruguay

first_imgUruguay and Ghana have progressed to the quarterfinals at the FIFA World Cup 2010.With two goals from Luis Alberto Surez, two-time champions Uruguay beat South Korea 2-1 in the first Round of 16 game in Port Elizabeth.Later today in Rustenburg, Ghana warded off the hard-fighting USA 2-1 in extra-time.Asamoah Gyan struck the winning goal for Ghana in the 93rd minute after the game went into extra-time with the score tied 1-1.  Ghana took the lead in the fifth minute with a goal from Kevin Prince.Landon Donovan took a penalty kick in the 62nd minute to equalise for USA.Earlier, Uruguay’s  struck twice in the eigth and the 80th minute. Korea had equalised in between with Chungyong’s goal in the 68th.Uruguay would meet Ghana in the second quarterfinal.Uruguay had last won the World Cup in 1950 and their best finish since then has been fourth place in 1970.Uruguay are unbeaten in the tournament with two wins over South Africa and Mexico after a goalless draw with France.last_img read more

San Marcos Mayor shares priorities of the city

first_img Posted: February 25, 2019 San Marcos Mayor shares priorities of the city KUSI Newsroom February 25, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Marcos Mayor Rebecca Jones, visited Good Morning San Diego to discuss her priorities for San Marcos.Mayor Jones discussed The City’s Recent achievements including a crime rate drop by 19 percent, above average San Marcos Fire Department response times, maintaining and improving city infrastructure, two new bridges to break ground this fall, a balanced budget of nearly $70 million, and an increase in number of local businesses.Also the recently elected City Council will be participating in a goal-setting workshop in March to define priorities for the next four years.For more information about the San Marcos city government click here. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

IDG Communications CEO Steps Down

first_imgMichael FriedenbergMichael Friedenberg is stepping down from his role as CEO of IDG Global Communications after 12 years with the company, effective immediately, IDG announced today.Friedenberg’s four year tenure as CEO was one of persistent change for IDG — whose brands include CIO, ComputerWorld, PCWorld, and MacWorld — as it evolved from a traditional publishing model to a more centralized, global business information organization, focused its growing data and marketing services businesses. He helped steer the company through both the passing of founder and longtime chairman Patrick McGovern, in 2014, and the eventual sale to China Oceanwide Holdings Group for about $1 billion, a deal made official earlier this year.Indications that the company was going through some transitional pains then popped up in May, when a mass round of at least 90 layoffs hit both senior-level executives and staffers at all four of the above-mentioned titles.In a statement, the company said the cuts were the cost of IDG’s ongoing transformation “from a decentralized and complicated organization to navigate and do business with into a globally streamlined company that provides the greatest possible value and best possible experience to our readers and customers.” Kumaran Ramanathan“The timing was right for me to step down from this position, given IDG’s overall health, strong leadership team and a desire to be closer to my family,” Friedenberg said in a statement. “IDG has a very bright future ahead thanks to the talent, passion, and commitment to excellence of our employees around the world, coupled with the incredible leadership and financial resources that China Oceanwide offers.”China Oceanwide has kept things internal to replace Friedenberg, naming Kumaran Ramanathan president of IDG Communications, effective immediately. Ramanathan until now held the role of CEO of IDG Global Services, a group that oversees IDG’s Global Solutions, Strategic Marketing Services, Corporate Sales, and Research divisions. Altogether, he’s been with the company for nine years.“I am honored by today’s announcement,” added Ramanathan in the statement. “I was fortunate to have worked with Michael for many years as he led the company through the unexpected passing of our Founder Pat McGovern and transformed the company to become the world’s largest technology media, data and marketing services company.”last_img read more

DODFederal Energy Water Forum Coming Next Month

first_img Dan Cohen AUTHOR Next month’s DOD/Federal Energy & Water Forum will provide energy and water industry leaders an opportunity to hear federal officials describe their strategies for achieving sustainability across the government as well as offer their feedback on federal initiatives.ADC and the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP) — the leading nonprofit organizations in the field of energy and water partnerships — are teaming up to co-host the forum on Dec. 16 at the Army Navy Club in downtown Washington. The event will feature public and private leaders discussing their experiences — including successes achieved and challenges ahead — in energy efficiency, utilities privatization, renewables and water/wastewater/stormwater systems. The forum’s expert panels and interactive discussions also will provide an opportunity for participants to develop solutions to real-world issues.Sessions will focus on the following topics:Overview of federal energy and water authoritiesEnergy efficiency and how it supports operational sustainability at federal sitesHow energy savings performance contracts helped the federal government achieve its efficiency goalsThe evolution of utilities privatization and its role in energy securityCreative solutions to overcoming market barriers for renewable energy projectsWater, wastewater and stormwater systemsHow private sector water projects can be adapted to federal sitesFinancing optionsThe capital market’s appetite for energy and water projectsThe role of public-private partnerships in advancing federal energy and water goalsThe day-long dialogue will conclude with a panel of leading federal officials reacting to the discussions and outlining the government’s path to reaching sustainability.To register for the forum, visit the event website.last_img read more

Interfaith Prayer Breakfast Marked National Day of Prayer

first_imgAs the entire country observed the 2014 National Day of Prayer, faith leaders from across Maryland congregated in Annapolis to speak as “One Voice United in Prayer.” At an Interfaith Prayer Breakfast hosted by the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives (GOCI), clergy offered prayers for Five Centers of Influence in society, including family, education, government, places of worship and the United States of America. The multi-denominational collective included Catholic, Jewish, Hindu, Christian and Muslim leaders.The National Day of Prayer is annually observed on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the U. S. Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.Lt. Governor Anthony Brown offered remarks during the breakfast program that also highlighted May as National Foster Care Month.“All of us, no matter our faith or creed, are dedicated to building strong, safe communities for all of Maryland’s families, and lifting up our neighborhoods through service” said Lt. Governor Anthony Brown. “Today, on the National Day of Prayer, we come together united in our common purpose: supporting Maryland’s families and working each and every day to build a brighter future for all of our children.”The GOCI Interfaith Prayer Breakfast was co-sponsored by Seraaj Family Homes and Volunteers of America and coordinated by the Governor’s Office of Faith Outreach, which is housed within GOCI.last_img read more

WB govt committed to reducing road accidents Mamata

first_imgKolkata: The West Bengal government is committed to curbing traffic offences, its initiatives have significantly reduced road accidents in the state, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asserted on Sunday. On the occasion of ‘World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims’, the CM said her campaign – ‘Safe Drive, Save Life’ – has earned the praise of the Supreme Court. “Today is World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. Our government is committed towards reducing incidents of road accidents in #Bangla. Our #SafeDriveSaveLife campaign has reduced such incidents significantly, earning praise of the Supreme Court,” Banerjee tweeted. The state government launched the campaign in 2016 as part of its initiatives to inculcate a “sense of safe driving and responsible road behaviour” among people. The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims is observed on the third Sunday of November every year in memory of millions of people who died in road crashes and their families.last_img read more

Discuss social media boundaries with your partner

first_imgRoses, cards and gifts are too clichéd gifts for Valentine’s Day, so people should now discuss boundaries regarding social media with their significant other, says a researcherThe study conducted at Kansas State University noted that without a discussion, each person in the relationship might have a different view of what is and is not acceptable.”Social media can enhance romantic relationships when it’s used to stay in touch throughout the day or honour your partner’s achievements, but there are pitfalls to avoid that could damage the relationship,” said Joyce Baptist, Associate Professor at Kansas State University. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe study involved nearly 7,000 couples who use social media, and Baptist found that the more accepting couples are of “boundary crossing,” or communicating with someone they perceive as physically attractive, the more harmful it is to their relationship.”A crossing is when a partner brushes a proverbial guard rail, possibly by having platonic but frequent contact with another individual he or she finds attractive. Boundary violation, on the other hand, may be emotional or physical infidelity,” Baptist said, suggesting that couples should discuss when a crossed boundary becomes a violation. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveHe said that it was an important conversation for couples to have as a preventative measure.”Although they may say, ‘I trust you and it’s OK,’ they are not happy about it. They eventually perceive that their significant other is spending too much time connecting with others on social media rather than paying attention to their own partner,” Baptist added. Not paying enough attention to your partner and frequently crossing the boundaries can decrease relationship satisfaction and levels of care that people receive from their significant other. Since every relationship has ups and downs and that may tempt a person to confide in a former significant other during lower points of a relationship.”Keeping lines of communication open with former significant others can become a slippery slope. When you come across an old flame or another attractive person on social media, the question to ask is: Will communicating with this other person enhance my relationship or harm it?” Baptist said.It is always tempting to recount the moments you have shared with your previous significant other but reigniting an old flame can destroy your current relationship.”My best advice is that if you are serious about your relationship, cut off those (old) ties,” Baptist suggested in press statement that appeared on website of Kansas State University.last_img read more

Reliving memories through art

first_imgOpenings windows to their imaginings of a reality that is unconventional and far removed from everyday trials, a group of artist have up with an artshow .Titled ‘Tales of Yore’, the month-long exhibition has invited artists, sculptors and satirists including K G Subramanyan, Shanti Dave, Jogen Chowdhary, Manu Parekh, K S Radhakrishnan, Arpana Caur, Sanjay Bhattacharya, to name a few, and will go until February 28 Every work of art displayed is a passage its creator travels to tell a story, to make newer discoveries of visions gifted by time and its many paradigms. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfViewers can see the conflict between flawless time and the raw innocence of imagination which is best captured by the forever pursuits of quizzing minds that artists epitomise. One of the artist Sandeep Jingdung has tried to reflect the experiences of his birth place Assam through his art work. From its flora and fauna, childhood memories to his love for natural surroundings, he has tried to infuse everything on the canvas beautifully. On the other hand, K S Radhakrishnan with his sculptures attempts to give a reflection of history, memory loss and his deep engagement with the world. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveApart from nature and childhood memories, artists have also tried to depict different cultural aspects, imaginary characters and a lot more. Based on mythology, Jayasri Burman’s artworks have a lyrical quality, decorative designs and elements of folk idiom. Whereas, Arpana’s work are feminine in context. Female figures emerge as symbols of solidarity. Internationally acclaimed artist Jogen Chowdhury has also displayed his works in the exhibition. Based on the memories, thoughts, dream and his immediate environment, the work is the combination of satire and anger, and real with imaginary in a fine sensibility and technique used by him.last_img read more