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CASEY – SAIL, Soyland Access to Independent Living, is hosting Personal Assistant Training Thursday, March 24 from noon to 3:30 p.m. at Bolin Enterprises, 506 NE 15th Street, Casey. The names of participants who successfully complete the training will be entered into the AP State Registry. People with disabilities, who live independently and want to […]

11th Annual Maui 5K Exceeds Expectations

Over 749 registrants participated in the 2022 Maui 5K & 1M Walk. PC: Maui Ocean Center Organizers of the 11th annual Maui 5K surpassed their $25,000 goal and raised $39,251 for participating Maui Nui schools. The event took place on Sunday, March 6, 2022 in the Māʻalaea triangle area outside of the Maui Ocean Center. […]

Emergency responders will hold a large-s...

March 11, 2022 3:34 p.m. Job : March 11, 2022 3:34 p.m. Update: March 11, 2022 6:31 p.m. MEAD, Wash.– You’ll see a large number of emergency responders Saturday at Mead High School. There will be a training exercise that will take place there from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. City, county, state and federal […]

Bellefontaine clan chiefs enjoy the trai...

A student leadership exercise was recently presented at Bellefontaine High School. Chieftain Leaders participated in a 3.5 hour training session at the Distance Learning Center. The student-run club started the day with a breakout session. The members sat across from someone they didn’t know and explained their respective backgrounds. The club then hosted two guest […]

The Best CW Fellows of 2022 Named | New...

The Chetek-Weyerhaeuser Area School District is proud to announce the valedictorians and salutatorians for the CWHS Class of 2022. The valedictorians are William Beckman, Lana Blumer, Kendal Evans, Molli Fauske, Alexis Guthman, and Ella Olson. Salutatorian is Greta Jorstad. William Beckman is the son of Clayton and Amy Beckman, of Chetek. He works for Northlakes […]

Joseph Ebert Obituary (1972 – 2022) – Ki

Joseph D. Ebert, 49, of Kingston and formerly of Rees Street, Wilkes-Barre, passed away peacefully on Sunday morning March 6, 2022 at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center, Plains Twp. Born November 29, 1972, in Wilkes-Barre, Joseph was the youngest of five children born to the late Joseph S. and Dolores M. Dambrauskas Ebert. Raised in […]

Inside Kawhi Leonard’s Los Angeles lifes

NBA superstar Kawhi Leonard is not someone who likes the limelight. The 30-year-old former Toronto Raptor joined the LA Clippers in 2019 and signed a four-year, $176.3 million contract extension last spring. 12 Leonard’s beautiful mansion is located in the Pacific Palisades1 credit 12 The property has an infinity pool that overlooks the mountains and […]

Supporting Transfer Students Online | B...

“I feel sorry for anyone who is in a place where they feel strange and stupid.”—Lois Lowry, The donor As I was thinking about how the University Partnership at Lorain County Community College engages and supports transfer students, this quote really struck me. The donor solves the problem of belonging by removing differences and memories […]

Ohio County Schools and Wheeling Park Co...

picture by: Photo by Joselyn King Wheeling Park Commission President and CEO Bob Peckenpaugh, left, speaks with Ohio County School Board member Molly Aderholt before signing a lease agreement between the commission and the schools of Ohio County. The lease is for the property on which the new Wheeling Park High […]

S’WET it out in aquafitness classes | S

SIOUX CENTER—About 32 miles separate Sioux Center from Paulina, but that doesn’t stop Peg Koester from doing the trek a few times a week. “Sioux Center has what I want and that’s Angel class,” said Koester, 63. “I love it. I can do moves in the water that I can’t on land, but taking his […]

USC Beach Volleyball’s Julia Scoles Name

Women’s Beach Volleyball | March 01, 2022 History links SACRAMENTO, Calif. – USC Beach Volleyball All-American Julia Scoles (Mooresville, North Carolina) was named one of the first two recipients of the CalHOPE Courage Award presented by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), in association with The Associated Press […]

What’s Happening in Bettendorf, LeClaire

March’s Brown Bag Lunch concert will feature Mo Carter Throughout March, Bettendorf Public Library’s popular Brown Bag Lunch series will offer a virtual concert featuring local musician Mo Carter. FILE PICTURE Throughout March, Bettendorf Public Library’s popular Brown Bag Lunch series will offer a virtual concert featuring local musician Mo Carter. Carter is known for […]

How ultrarunner Camille Herron set anoth...

Camille Herron laced up her shoes and embarked on a 100-mile jaunt to the Nationals in Las Vegas in February. Herron is no stranger to the challenges of the ultramarathon. She has set several world records in races on the open road and on the track, over distances ranging from 50 miles to races that […]

How to deal with running pain like a pro

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> My favorite quote about the pain runners feel during races (and tough workouts) is from legendary ultrarunner Scott Jurek: “Pain only hurts. In other words, no matter how intense, the discomfort we feel when running to our limits doesn’t hurt beyond the discomfort. Sure, you might feel like you’re dying, but you’re not. Some […]

Explanations for Dietary and Muscle Enha...

Summary of Findings This study aimed to explore the frequency and reasons for the use of DS, as well as the frequency and explanatory factors for the use of MEDS particularly among male and female university students. Among Norwegian university students, a similar frequency of men (42.3%) and women (39.5%) reported using the DS. Most […]

Officer Terrance Stangel speaks up in hi...

After weeks of silence in the courtroom, San Francisco police officer Terrance Stangel took the witness stand in his own defense on Wednesday. Stangel is the first SFPD officer to face a criminal trial for violating the use of force in the line of duty. He is accused of beating an unarmed black man, Dacari […]

Knights improve to 4-0 with win over UW-...

Next game: Sainte-Scholastique College 02/26/2022 | 1:30 p.m. February 26 (Saturday) / 1:30 p.m. Sainte-Scholastique College ROCHESTER, Minnesota – The Carleton College women’s tennis team kicked off the 2022 game of the season and improved to 4-0 on aggregate after recording a 7-2 victory over UW-Eau Claire. The Knights nearly […]

De Pere senior Hujet accepted to the US ...

By Heather GravesEditor DE PERE – From a young age, Emma Hujet, a senior at De Pere High School, said she knew she wanted to be in a branch of the military. “I’ve always had a bit of an interest in the military, ever since I was little,” Hujet said. “When I was in elementary […]

Vincent Gillespie, of Athol, arrested an...

ATHOL (CBS) – The Department of Justice on Friday announced the arrest of an Athol man in connection with the January 6, 2021 U.S. Capitol riot. Vincent J. Gillespie, 60, is charged with assaulting law enforcement and using a shield of police “to ram officers”. Prosecutors said Gillespie was among the rioters “who engaged in […]

Sailors positively impact small town Was...

SEATTLE — The money was running out and their financing options were running out. Brewster High School, nestled in a small farming town in eastern Washington, needed financial help to keep its baseball program afloat. Like much of the economy, pandemic-related issues had impacted Brewster’s ability to generate revenue, and even those options were mostly […]

WKU ROTC Cadet Lounge Named After Eric D...

Western Kentucky University’s newly renovated ROTC Cadet Lounge is now also named after a former student and Hardin County native. 1st Lt. Eric D. Yates, a 2008 WKU graduate and 2003 graduate of John Hardin High School in Rineyville, was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2010 after an improvised explosive device was detonated near […]

Morikawa is the last not to be intereste...

Colin Morikawa of the United States plays a shot on the 13th hole during the second round of the Dubai Desert Classic golf tournament in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Friday, Jan. 28, 2022. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili) Kamran Jebreili PA LOS ANGELES When it comes to the threat of a rival league, the list of players […]

Department of Public Safety Opens Statew...

Screen capture from a Department of Public Safety sheriff training video. The Department of Public Safety is seeking qualified and hardworking men and women to join the State Sheriff’s Division. Recruitment is open on the Ministry of Human Resources and Development website and closes on Monday, February 28. The PSD seeks candidates ready to serve […]

PREVIEW: Women’s Basketball at UMass

History links Live statistics Duquesne playing notes GAME 24 | DUQUESNE (9-14, 4-7 A-10) at UMASS (19-5, 7-3 A-10) Sun. February 13, 2022 • 12 p.m. Mullens Center (9,493), Amherst, Mass. Television: CBS Sports Network Duquesne will look to snap his three-game skid […]

A full range of workouts and training is...

SPARRING PARTNERS: A huge selection of training and workout opportunities are available at NexT Fit clubs. Shown here is a personal trainer helping an energetic member “learn the ropes” during a workout. By Jean Straton Rready for some exercise? The winter cold may not invite you outside for a brisk walk or a bike ride, […]

Black History Month: A Q&A with two-time

GAINESVILLE, Florida — Lacey O’Neal is now 77 years old and lives in Washington, D.C., his main residence in the United States since the 1960s. O’Neal first appeared on the world stage at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, semi-finalist 80 meter hurdles. O’Neal returned to the Olympics eight years later at the terror-stricken 1972 […]

Free swim attracts large crowds | News,...

Above: Many swimmers were at Sherburn’s indoor pool on Sunday afternoon to take advantage of a free swim offered by Martin County West Community Education and Recreation. SHERBURN – On Sunday afternoon, Sherburn’s indoor pool was packed with swimmers. While free swimming is offered most weekends, Sunday swimming was free thanks […]

BAA Announces Coaching Updates | Boston...

Mark Carroll elevated to Director of Athletic Programs and BAA Head Coach Sarah Dupré-Healy and Scott Cody join the BAA Running Club coaches BOSTON-The Boston Athletic Association (BAA) has announced several training updates for the BAA High Performance Team and the BAA Running Club. Marc Carroll was elevated to Director of Athletic Programs in addition […]

Aquacare Physical Therapy adds training ...

by Terry Rogers Aquacare Physiotherapy now offers training options for athletes As of early 2022, Aquacare Physical Therapy and Milford Lifestyle Fitness Center, located in the Milford Wellness Village, has focused on helping local high school and college athletes with their physical therapy and athletic training needs. The new program, led by Greggory Clark, will […]

Kihei pickleball installation on the way...

Holding their pickleball paddles, Aloha Pickleball founders Mark Beach (left to right), Nancy Beach, Renee Zaima and Makana Ale stand at the site of their future facility. They hope to open the complex – which will include four indoor and six outdoor courts, as well as health and fitness facilities – in about two years. […]

NJCU Mourns the Passing of Former Chairm...

By: Contact: Ira Thor, Senior Director of University Communications/Chair of the Athletics Hall of Fame | @irapthor (201/200-3301) History links JERSEY CITY, NJ | City University of New Jersey (NJCU) mourns the passing of John J. Moore, LLM, `56, former Chairman of the Board and current Trustee Skilled and a member of the NJCU Athletics […]

Cincinnati police rookie hospitalized af...

CINCINNATI (WXIX) — A Cincinnati police recruit remains hospitalized a day after suffering a medical emergency following an “intense training exercise,” according to the Fraternal Order of Police. The 36-year-old rookie needed first aid from a veteran Cincinnati firefighter on Wednesday after suffering the medical emergency, FOP said. FOP Chairman Sgt. Dan Hils compared the […]

Deb Simoncek is Howard Borough’s first f

PROVIDED PHOTO Howard Borough Mayor Deborah “Deb” Simoncek is sworn in Jan. 3 at the borough’s monthly meeting. Simoncek replaces Robert “Bobby” Yearick. HOWARD – Howard Borough has a new mayor, and for the first time in the city’s history, the title is held by a woman – Deborah “Deb” Simoncek. Simoncek was sworn into […]

Chase the Chief 5K and Fun Run March 6 –

See if you can catch Acting Georgetown Police Chief Cory Tchida at 10and annual Chase the Chief 5K and Fun Run: Sunday, March 6, at East View High School, 4490 E. University Ave. People who would prefer to complete the race virtually also have that option this year. Entrants can track their distance on a […]

Sterling Heights Criminal Briefs of the ...

Image Shutterstock Advertising STERLING HEIGHTS – Here’s a look at some of the most interesting and bizarre local crime files of 2021: Man yells at Macy’s employeesSTERLING HEIGHTS – During the morning of March 7, at the Lakeside Mall, 14000 Lakeside Circle, police spoke to a person who was near the Macy’s workers’ entrance, allegedly […]

Keep learning | Newberry Observer

“Education is not something you can finish.” This famous quote is most often attributed to Isaac Asimov, one of the most prolific American science and science fiction writers of all time, who vigorously promoted scientific thinking and continued self-education as a productive path. and meaningful towards lifelong learning. This simple but powerful statement embodies an […]

Police Patrol Officer Job – Radnor Polic

The Radnor Township Police Department is currently accepting applications from talented and respectful applicants for Police Patrol Constable positions to serve one of the mainline’s premier communities. Qualified candidates will be subject to a competition to be held by the Radnor Township Civil Service Commission to establish an eligibility list from which candidates can be […]

Dearborn Unified drops to holiday tourna...

The annual Dearborn Unified Holiday Tournament was held January 7-8 at the Dearborn Ice Skating Center. DU gave New Boston United a battle in the semifinals, but ultimately lost 6-4. A day later, DU claimed a victory in the consolation tournament, beating the Eastern Thumb Area Legion team 4-3. For DU (5-6-1), against New Boston, […]

JV begins construction of the Atlanta pr...

Make Covington. Image courtesy of Crescent Communities A joint venture of CP Capital United States and Red Crescent Communities began the development of the multi-family community of Render Covington in Newton County, Georgia. The 315-unit property is the first multi-family project in Covington in 15 years, following the city’s lifting of a moratorium on new […]

While 2021 focused on Polar Park, 2022 i...

For years, city officials and baseball fans have targeted 2021 in the Canal District, the year Polar Park would host its first Worcester Red Sox game. Despite COVID-19 and a shortened season, Minor League Baseball has drawn more than 300,000 fans to Worcester. Total does not include other stadium events, including wine and festivals, college […]

Lorena Sr. surprised by news of her acce...

Belinda Strauch, from left, kisses her son, Mason, as her father, John, and Rep. Pete Sessions watch during a Friday morning assembly at Lorena High School to surprise Mason with the news that he had been accepted to attend. West Point. Representative Pete Sessions greets Mason Strauch, Senior of Lorena High School, at a school […]

Lima region sports calendar – the Lima N

Note: Events may be canceled due to a coronavirus outbreak. Each week, The Lima News publishes a calendar of events of local interest. Events must be submitted by noon on Monday of each week to The Lima News. BASKETBALL Van Wert: The Elam Ending for the fifth and sixth grade boys and girls teams will […]

Coach encourages others to continue thei...

NEWARK, Ohio – Fitness has always been a big part of Charlie Smith’s life. Smith, a graduate of Centerburg High School and owner of Newark-based Elite Performance, played basketball at Ohio Wesleyan and then decided to turn his fitness journey into a career. What would you like to know Charlie Smith, owner of Elite Performance […]

EDWARD LEE SLONIGER, 91 years old | WCC...

Edward Lee Sloniger (91) was born February 16, 1930 to John Berton and Vernie L. Sloniger in Dayton, Pennsylvania. He was proud to have grown up in this small town which provided him with a wide variety of life experiences and made many lifelong friends. Ed graduated in 1948 from Dayton High School where he […]

Orem acquires a new manager of leisure f...

Courtesy of Mariah Shirley Mariah Shirley has been appointed the new Director of Orem Recreation Facilities. 2021 was a year of new beginnings for a multitude of places in Orem. This includes the recently updated Orem Fitness Center. Earlier this year, Orem announced that Bryce Merrill would be the city’s new recreation director. Merrill was […]

The best real estate stories to watch in...

For more than a decade, the West Queens skyline has transformed with real estate development, and this trend will continue into 2022. High-rise towers at Hunters Point South alter the skyline of Long Island City’s waterfront The Affordable Housing Lottery app opened in fall 2021 for Gotham Point, two residential towers at the mouth of […]

UK government rushes school testing so c...

Schoolchildren returned to class on Monday in parts of Europe, as the UK government pledged to urgently send ventilation units and enough COVID-19 test kits to schools to ensure that they may also reopen later this week despite soaring infection rates in the UK. High school students in England will also be required to wear […]

A new generation of leaders

The region has recently seen a changing of the guard, with young people replacing longtime leaders of organizations in the region. Sharetta smith Smith, 43, could be Lima’s first black and female mayor. But it is also the first to represent Generation X, heralding a technological initiative aimed at making city services more accessible to […]

Bodez Fitness to reopen as a personal tr...

HOLLY HILL – A long-standing fitness center in Ormond Beach recently closed, but owner Tasso Kiriakes has no plans to retire anytime soon. Kiriakes plans to reopen Bodez By Tasso & Co. Jan. 3 at a new, smaller facility in Holly Hill, focusing on what he did when he started his career as a personal […]

St. Raymond HS Presents Basic Cadet Lead...

Starting in the fall of 2021, St. Raymond Boys’ High School welcomed and launched an exciting brand new program – the Cadet Leadership Development Program – to help all students become their best. Photo Courtesy of Jennifer Geideman Sign up for our amNY Sports email newsletter for information and match coverage of your favorite teams […]

New Colorado Springs Center Brings Sport...

The aerial ladder resting against the side of the William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center is a hostile sight for those afraid of heights. Colorado Springs Fire Department Captain Dan Lynch stands on top of the fire truck parked in front of the University of Colorado building on the Colorado Springs campus. His […]

Amherst Regional High School unveils new...

Posted: 12/27/2021 8:21:31 PM Modified: 12/27/2021 20:21:06 AMHERST – Disabled Justice Literature, Textile Arts and Introduction to Dance featuring hip hop, house and lockdown are among the new courses expected to be taught at Regional High School in ‘Amherst next fall. The offerings, developed by eight teachers, were approved earlier this month in a unanimous […]

Charlie Smith from Newark launches Elite...

NEWARK – He loved to eat sweets. Always does. So, in a way, that prompted him to start a career. “I got interested in fitness first in the last semester of college,” Charlie Smith began. “I took a course that ultimately prepared us for the Certified Personal Trainer exam. “I loved anatomy in high school, […]

“New family” offers an “unexpected” gift

“YesYou are a lovely lady to do this, ”Donna Monzulla told Jean Aviles as she walked into the library at Joppa High School last Wednesday. New physical education teacher John Paul Endab had learned a few days earlier that he was due to be in the library at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. After finding out where […]

Children’s health conditions remain unev

COVID threatens to undo years of progress on key indicators of children’s health and well-being. But with schools closed to learning and in-person testing for much of 2020, data remains lacking on key indicators of child well-being, including obesity, fitness, kindergarten readiness. and academic success in grade 3. So researchers don’t yet have a full […]

Leading the way: 21 cadets graduating fr...

ELKO – Twenty-one graduates will now be ‘Leading the Way’, as the first class of the Battle Born Youth ChallenNGe Academy. Families and friends cheered at the inaugural graduation ceremony on Friday evening as the 2021-2 class entered the auditorium at the Elko Convention Center. The graduates were dressed in blue caps and gowns and […]

Jacqueline Harrington (1949 – 2021) obit

Jacqueline “Jacki” M. Harrington, 72 years old 1949 – 2021 Peabody – Jacqueline “Jacki” M. Harrington, 72, of Peabody died Thursday morning at her home, surrounded by her family, from a brief illness. Born in Weston, she was the daughter of the late Edmund A. and Helen E. (MacDonald) Sgroi. She attended schools in Weston […]

Three Weeks After Mask Mandate Begins, O...

More than 360 complaints from companies not respecting Denver’s mask mandate have been filed since the order was implemented three weeks ago, city officials said this week, the largest of which was part are gymnasiums. The complaints represent a range of potential problems, according to data provided by the city’s Department of Public Health and […]

Ready to set fitness goals? Cassy Vieth...

December 16, 2021 Tara Lovdahl It’s so common it’s a cliché. At the start of a new year, many of us assess our physical well-being and decide to commit to better health. But how can we truly adopt a state of mind that prioritizes our overall well-being as a permanent commitment? The 2022 season of […]

Students put their physical skills to th...

Students participate in a sports competition at the Huai’an campus in Jiangsu province last month. [Photo/China Daily] Universities Take Action After Falling Fitness Levels In Recent Years Freshman year at Li Siyi University was just one of the students who couldn’t wait to take an 800-meter running test on the school’s playground last month. “The […]

Why Jacob Barnes relies on the Detroit T...

Jacob barnes thinks he got it. At the very least, the equation to solve his problem. The Detroit Tigers have hired Barnes, a right-handed reliever, to a minor league contract December 1st with an invitation to spring training. The six-year MLB veteran has heard from over a dozen teams. He spoke to the Tigers’ analytical […]

Boyle made Haverford team history on the...

HAVERFORD – Starting the season in midfield like he did, Sean Boyle didn’t have the number in mind. It would take time, as September rolled into October and his goal scoring exceeded double digits, for the junior to become curious. He asked his coach, David Cassanelli, the latest Haverford High School player to be named […]

New York State Parks seek lifeguards for...

BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) – The New York State Board of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation has announced that four lifeguard exams are scheduled in the Niagara region as lifeguards are needed for the season 2022. Lifeguard stations will be available at Beaver Island, Woodlawn Beach, Evangola and Fort Niagara State Parks. “Before being hired, successful […]

Methuen DiLeo’s police officer takes oat

Methuen Police Officer Steven DiLeo was sworn in last Thursday in a ceremony at Methuen Town Hall. DiLeo, attended by Mayor Neil Perry and Police Chief Scott J. McNamara, was officially sworn in by City Clerk Anne Drouin. The new officer graduated last month from the Police Academy at Northern Essex Community College. He will […]

Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach CEO cha

Don Rodriguez must love children or is a glutton for punishments. Or maybe both. Rodriguez, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach, issued a double challenge to Press-Telegram readers as part of the publication’s fourth annual Let’s Play Ball campaign. In October, Rodriguez walked 52.4 miles in consecutive marathons in a single […]

Deirdre and Michael Leahy, Anna and Abig...

Buoyant. It was the best word to describe the collective vibe at the Frances and Jacob Hiatt Jewish Community Center in Worcester last week. After a year off due to the pandemic, the Wachusett Regional Swim Team was back in JCC aquatics. Coach Jochen welsch led the training of his 27 swimmers as they waded […]

Development Could Bring Grocery Store So...

The letter, written by Tom Huston, an attorney representing Baade, also explains why the site is a good place for a grocery store, noting that the closest is 2 miles away. “The closest grocery stores are to the north and west of this location, while the accommodations are (mostly) to the south and east of […]

Centex announces new townhouse community...

PulteGroup, one of the nation’s largest and most trusted brands in residential construction for 70 years, has closed the land for a new Centex-branded neighborhood called Sawgrass in Coral Lakes. Located in the existing community of Coral Lakes in Cape Coral off Del Prado Boulevard, with quick access to Pine Island Rd., Sawgrass will offer […]

Michèle Smith | Obituaries | Record ea

Michèle Smith December 4, 2021 Michele (Mickey) Smith, Arcadia, died December 4, 2021. She was born in Chicago in 1942. She graduated from Morgan Park High School in Chicago. She was dedicated to fitness and was assigned as a student assistant to the high school athletics staff. She taught swimming in high school. She was […]