Wrexham-based Village Bakery has struck a deal to supply 27 Tesco stores in south Wales, adding to the 16 it already sells to in north Wales.The deal coincides with the bakery announcing the launch of a two-week advertising campaign with ITV Wales.Starting from 14 May, the advert makes use of slow motion photography to emphasise its “use of slow dough to make better bread” message.Village Bakery will supply the new Tesco stores with a range of breads including its barm cake, Welsh batch and village-sliced products. The deal adds to existing contracts with Asda and 116 Co-operative stores.Catherine Bletcher, account manager at Village Bakery, said: “Although we have grown considerably, we are still a family-run firm of craft bakers. We make a loaf of bread with traditional methods and traditional values, and it’s all about the time we take in letting the bread ferment.”With our slow dough rolls and bread, we make a sponge which ferments for 18 hours before we make the bread, and it just adds to the flavour. Hopefully, that will be reflected in the TV adverts. It tries to emphasise the care and attention we take in making our bread and also emphasises the slow dough principle.”Village Bakery recently submitted plans to build a new £16m plant next to its two existing bakeries.
The Board of Directors of Kumasi Asante Kotoko will embark on a tour of Sunderland for an exchange programme next month.The October trip which is being organized by the English Premier League side to re-affirm their commitment to the partnership deal that exists between the two clubs.Commercial Director of Sunderland Gary Hutchinson who confirmed the exchange programme for the Kotoko Board of directors to Joy sports believes this will help the current board to learn the full operations of Sunderland and replicate it in the development of Kotoko.“We have invited the Kotoko Board to come and visit us in early October,” said Hutchinson“They are coming to look at our full operations and see how it works and bring the best practices back to Ghana to run Kotoko in various forms.“They will also engage in various discussions which are all geared towards cementing a good partnership between the two parties.”
Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” Todayâ€™s Wellington High School bulletin for Monday, April 25, 2016:Monday â€¢Softball at Buhler (played at Fun Valley Sports Complex in Hutchinson).â€¢ JV Tennis at WHS.â€¢ Senior Interviews.Tuesdayâ€¢ Tennis at Augusta.â€¢ JV Tennis at Circle.â€¢ JV Baseball at Collegiate.â€¢ Drama Banquet.â€¢ Senior Interviews.Wednesdayâ€¢ Senior Meeting 10:00- Auditorium.â€¢ CTE Showcase- Commons.â€¢ Senior Interviews.Thursdayâ€¢ Baseball at WHS.â€¢ Softball at WHS.â€¢ JV Golf at Tex Consolver.â€¢ JV Tennis at McPherson.â€¢ Golf at Hesston Golf Park.â€¢ Senior Interviews.Fridayâ€¢ Track at WHS.Todayâ€™s lunch â€” Pizza, Tossed Salad with Romaine, Bread Stick, Marinara Sauce, Applesauce and MilkMondayâ€™s lunch â€” Ham and Cheese Sandwich, Potato Wedges, Broccoli with Cheese, Grape Bunches, Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Cookie and Milk.Todayâ€™s News: *BPA will be selling pizza tomorrow at lunch. Pizza will be $2 a slice and pop 50 cents a can. We will be selling cheese, beef and pepperoni. We appreciate your support.*Softball is releasedÂ atÂ 1:55 today. They will be marked Activity.*STUCO Members- Your officer applications are due to Ms. Vaughn tomorrow. If you are still interested in becoming an officer and were unable to get an application, see her in room 112.* If you were unable to attend the color guard informational meeting but are still interested in being a part of color guard for next year, see Ms. Vaughn in room 112 by this Thursday.*The Free Will Baptist Church will be hosting the Baccalaureate on May 8th at 3 p.m. The church is located at 1219 North Plum.* The annual CTE Showcase is this Wednesday from 6-8 in the commons. CTE students in Ag, Art, Business, Construction and FACS will be displaying their work and talents. There is a competition for the CTE class with the most attendance.Â Students in Mr. Elder’s classes will be demonstrating the x-carve. Students in Mrs. Chase’s classes will have an animal toe trimming demo, planting demo and plasma cam demo. Everyone is welcome to attend.*There will be a Cross Country meeting after school on May 4th in the Health/PE Room.* The deadline to order the 2015-2016 WHS Yearbook is Friday April 29th. Cost is $42.00. You can order online at jostens.com or bring your money to Ms. Ford in room 409.*A representative from Lincoln College of Technology will be in Mrs. Chase’s classroom April 28th during 7th hourÂ to give a presentation on Welding and Automotive Technology opportunities at Lincoln College.Â Get permission from 7th hour teachers and then sign up with Mrs. Chase or Mr. Elder to attend the presentation.*Madrigals auditions will be held after school today and tomorrow. They will be blind auditions and anyone can audition. Please see Ms. Coldwell for more information.*Seniors: There will be a meeting on Wednesday, April 27th at 10 am in the Auditorium. If you are normally not here at that time, please try to make arrangements to attend the meeting. We will be discussing upcoming events, such as Baccalaureate, marching practice, senior night and graduation.Guidance news:Monday, May 2 – Butler Community Colleges.Today is Nationalâ€¦National DNA DayNational East Meets West DayNational Hug a Plumber DayNational Telephone DayNational Zucchini Bread Day
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest JD Equipment continues its community involvement by donating $250 to the City of Hilliard Safety Town Program. Safety Town is a one-week course that focuses on teaching children safe practices both at school and at home. The curriculum includes: bicycle safety, pedestrian safety, school bus safety, fire safety, seat belt safety, 9-1-1 emergency calls, stranger danger and what to do if they find a gun. The children are instructed and practice how to cross the street safely. This program is geared to help children become comfortable around Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters.Safety Town utilizes a realistic, child-sized town designed to provide a complete hands-on safety education for children entering kindergarten in the fall. Working traffic signals, miniature buildings, cross walks, and traffic provided by the children on tricycles help give the children the experience they need before they take their final walk on a real street with real traffic and signals escorted by police officers.
The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Related Posts Photo by Infinity Zero The iPhone 5 is out, but it’ll cost you. The iPhone 4 is free with a contract, but that’s so 2010. What if you could spend $99 and turn your old iPod touch into a new iPhone? With no contract to enslave you to the telecom companies? Well, there is.Meet the FreedomPop. The $99 iPhone sleeve case turns your iPod Touch (generation 4) into an iPhone with all the connection speed of the latest model plus 1GB of free data every month, enough for basic email and iMessage texting. And all for less than $100, without a contractual commitment.FreedomPop does this by using a 4G LTE hotspot built right into the case, allowing the iPod to access the Net at high speed over Wi-Fi. Be your own hotspot, says the maker of FreedomPop. Check out the video below to see it in action. What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement adam popescu Tags:#mobile#web
Thank you to the nearly 170 participants who were able to join our April 12 web presentation “Financial Implications of Divorce,” presented by Dr. Barbara O’Neill. Several great resources were shared in the chat box, and are presented here. If I missed anything, please leave additional resources in the comments section. Below is a great video resource about how children feel during divorce. We ran out of time during the web presentation and were not able to show this video. Please take a moment to view it here.Wall Street Journal, Divorce: Splitting Up a Rich Military PensionTricare Continued Health Care Benefits Program Tricare Benefits Overview Service Members Relief Act 2012 Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) Rates Types of BAH Net Worth Calculation Worksheet Spending Plan Worksheet Financial Emergency PreparednessLook Before You Leap, pre-marriage financial counseling workbook Release/Revocation of Release of Claim to Exemption for Child by Custodial Parent Preventing Identity Theft Qualifying for Divorce Spouse Benefits Placing a “Credit Freeze” on Your Credit Report About Continued Health Care Benefit ProgramUniversity of Tennessee Extension Finances and Divorce program ($15)Beneficiary and Personal Representative DesignationsUniformed Services Former Spouse’s Protection ActDefense Finance Accounting Service Wage GarnishmentHow Children Feel at Divorce (YouTube video)Survivor Benefit ProgramReserve Component Survivor Benefit Plan (RCSBP) Coverage and CostsChoosing a Divorce MediatorIf you were unable to join the April 12 presentation, you can view the archived session here. CEU approval for MFLN Personal Finance webinars expires 3 years after the live event. CEUs are no longer available for this webinar. For more information and to earn CEUs from more current webinars click here.Author: Molly C. Herndon (+Molly Herndon)
BCCI has called for a working committee meeting on the 26th of SeptemberBCCI has called for a working committee meeting on the 26th of September, precisely the time the AGM of the board is annually held. This effectively means the BCCI elections will not be held this year in September, a decision to which effect will be taken in the working committee.At least that’s the plan of the ruling Srinivasan faction of the BCCI which looks at the postponement as the first step towards protecting his right to be re-elected BCCI President. The decision was taken at an informal meet in Chennai. But there may be more legal battles ahead with Aditya Verma, secretary of unrecognized Cricket Associaton of Bihar threatening to move Supreme Court next week, challenging the BCCI’s move to defer the AGM for one man.If elections were indeed held in September, now ICC Chairman, Srinivasan would have been unable to contest with the Supreme Court asking him to stay away until Justice Mudgal committee gives him a clean chit. The submission of the final report may still be two months away.Aditya Verma, the face of fight against Srinivasan, going to court is unsurprising, but a few of the heavy weights in the rival camp are playing their cards close to their chest.While CAB was represented in the informal meeting, President Jagmohan Dalmiya did not attend it himself. Rajiv Shukla, the perennial fence sitter, attended the meet over telecom but claims he was a mere spectator. Former BCCI President Shashank Manohar who still decides VCA’s vote, was the man who attempted a failed rebellion, this April and his position is publicly known. But all of this opposition will turn into a hurdle for the power centre only if they walk the talk.advertisementInterestingly, in Sunday’s informal meet, which was supposed to be a show of strength for Srinivasan, neither Dalmiya nor Shukla did anything to spoil their numbers. Whether Arun Jaitley, Modi government’s central man has a contrary legal view to the decision to postpone the AGM could also be crucial.History suggests they could all decide to bank on Verma to fight their case in the Apex court and see what stand the honourable court takes. Either way, it’s up to the judiciary now to decide if Srinivasan can again have the last laugh in the sullied world of BCCI politics.
Play Video The Brighton Kop: 270 miles from Anfield but no less Liverpool – video Chris Wood has Burnley galloping to victory at all-at-sea Bournemouth It could have been different had the referee Martin Atkinson sent off Simon Mignolet in the first half, though. Mignolet rushed out of his goal and hacked down Mame Biram Diouf as the forward tried to round the keeper just outside the area but, as the whole stadium prepared themselves for the sight of a red card, only a yellow emerged.The rules around sendings-off in those circumstances were relaxed last year, meaning not all such fouls should be automatically considered as red cards. But even though Diouf’s run was angled slightly away from goal and there were defenders roughly in the same postcode, had Mignolet’s boot not intervened he would have had an open goal.Predictably enough, Klopp had few complaints, but Mark Hughes did. “That’s the key moment in the game,” the Stoke manager said. “I just don’t understand why the officials didn’t see it for what it was. At that point it would’ve been 1-1 and game on. Usually in those situations the home team gets the benefit of the doubt, but we didn’t get that many times this evening.”Hughes’s complaints might have carried a little more weight if his team had not been so poor, and he should probably have been more irked about their defending than the officials, but Stoke undoubtedly had the rough end of things.Liverpool’s opening goal was not without controversy, either. The Stoke fans were already unhappy that Alberto Moreno had not been penalised for a challenge on Xherdan Shaqiri, but their ire was raised further when the referee’s assistant ruled that Joe Gomez had kept the ball in on the right byline. Replays suggested at least 9/10ths of the ball had crossed the line, so they may have had a point, but they should be more angry with the way their defence stood still when Solanke neatly laid off the cross to Mané, who delicately lifted it over Lee Grant and into the net. “The one thing you want is for the referee to get the key decisions right, and in my opinion he didn’t,” Hughes said.Ultimately any refereeing controversy was rendered moot by Stoke’s profligacy and Liverpool’s ruthlessness. Joe Allen missed two fine chances in the second half, one perhaps unluckily deflected wide but the second hoofed way over the bar from around 10 yards out. Mohamed Salah 7:17 Stoke City This will not rank alongside Liverpool’s most memorable wins of the season. Some of their victories have been devastating displays of attacking football, the sort that make you glad to be a fan. This 3-0 victory against a desperate Stoke City side was not much more than efficient, earned by goals from Sadio Mané and a brace from the substitute Mohamed Salah, but it might end up being among their most satisfying three points.“It was well deserved, but it was hard work,” said Jürgen Klopp after the game, which might be a little charitable to their opponents, who hardly presented the most fearsome and doughty foes. But it will nonetheless be encouraging for Liverpool that they looked pretty comfortable throughout against a team that set out to frustrate them. Read more Topics match reports Premier League Aside from those chances Liverpool were broadly in control, not necessarily because of their own brilliance (afterwards Klopp said they should have done more with the ball and been tighter at the back), but more due to Stoke’s inadequacies.With 13 minutes remaining, Liverpool scored again. Mané made Ryan Shawcross look foolish on the right side of the area, zipping around him like a speedboat circling an oil tanker, before clipping a cross to the substitute Salah, who set himself perfectly and hammered an unstoppable volley into the roof of the net.It was 3-0 a few minutes later. More deeply questionable defending saw Erik Pieters woefully misjudge a header back to Grant, then Salah leapt on the ball and tucked it home with the confidence of a man in the form of his life. Which, as it happens, he is.All that was left to do was for Hughes to bring on Charlie Adam, as if to remind Liverpool that their team have not always been about lightning fast, dynamic young colts. The away fans spent the remainder of the game merrily singing Christmas songs and suggesting that relegation is on the cards for Stoke. On this evidence, they might be right. Share on Pinterest Share via Email Share on Messenger Share on LinkedIn Liverpool Reuse this content Read more Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp Share on Facebook Mesut Özil provides the inspiration as Arsenal hammer Huddersfield
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, May 23, 2017 – Providenciales – Officers of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force are awaiting an Autopsy report to determine the exact cause of death of 62 year old Dale Noris of Georgia, United States that occurred on Thursday 18th May 2017 on the Beach in the Lower Bight.Around 11:37AM, Police and Medical Personnel arrived on the beach in the vicinity of Coral Gardens where officers met persons administering Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation on an unresponsive male who was later pronounced dead at 12:22pm by a Doctor. Inquiries revealed that the 62 year old male was out in the water when witnesses noticed his body floating in the water. Upon making checks they noticed he had no pulse and was unresponsive. His body was transported to the morgue and is awaiting an autopsy which is scheduled for later this week.Press Release: RTCIPF#policeinvestigatedrowning Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#policeinvestigatedrowning
Posted: July 11, 2019 California Coastal Commission approves SeaWorld San Diego’s new attraction SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The California Coastal Commission on July 10th approved SeaWorld San Diego’s dive coaster planned to open in 2020.This new roller coaster, which was announced in January, will be the tallest, fastest and longest dive coaster in California, as well as the only floorless dive coaster in the state, according to SeaWorld.SeaWorld said they anticipate construction getting underway within the next few months. Jonathan Halvorson, Categories: Entertainment, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter July 11, 2019 Jonathan Halvorson