Live From The Masters November 9, 2020, 7:00pmLive on Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700 courses across the UK & Ireland Watch highlights from the final round of the Houston Open at Memorial Park 3:33 Watch highlights from the final round of the Houston Open at Memorial Park Carlos Ortiz won his first PGA Tour title at the Houston Open after holding off strong challenges from Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama.A birdie at 16 proved crucial for Ortiz as he moved one clear of world No 1 Johnson and Matsuyama, who surged into contention with a course-record 63.Johnson and Matsuyama missed putts to join Ortiz on 12-under par and the Mexican sealed victory with a birdie at the last to win by two shots and earn himself a place at the 2021 Masters.The world No 149 is not on the entry list at Augusta this week, but Johnson and Matsuyama demonstrated they are both likely to be among the contenders for the final major of 2021.Matsuyama was one of three players – along with Mackenzie Hughes and Talor Gooch – to shoot a 63 on the last day while Johnson put pressure on Ortiz until the last. However, the Mexican kept his composure to win the biggest title of his career.“It feels awesome,” he said. “It’s been a while since I have won – it feels good. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Back-to-back bogeys on 10 and 11 hurt Lowry’s chances, but Johnson continued his challenge by holing a 60-foot putt for birdie at the 11th and Matsuyama moved into contention with successive birdies at 12 and 13.As Koepka slipped with bogeys on 14 and 17, it was Johnson who looked the most likely to topple Ortiz and a first birdie of the week at 15 saw the American move into a share of the lead.Ortiz missed a fantastic eagle chance at 16, but tapped in from close range to move back in front just as Matsuyama recorded another birdie to move to 11-under par.Johnson and Matsuyama both missed chances to move to 12 under and Ortiz not only held his nerve on the final hole but holed a birdie putt to win by two shots. The 29-year-old finished on 13-under par, two shots ahead of Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama, to win the biggest title of his career. He is not on the entry list for next week’s Masters but has secured an invitation for the major in 2021. Last Updated: 08/11/20 11:14pm “I made some huge putts on the front nine, that kickstarted my round, and after that I played really good, I didn’t miss many shots, and it was awesome finishing with the birdie on 18.”Gooch finished fourth, one shot ahead of Brooks Koepka, who finished with back-to-back rounds of 65, and Sepp Straka.Sam Burns started the final day with a one-shot lead but quickly saw his position at the top of the leaderboard under threat.
Croatia has 31 products protected at EU level by geographical indications and origins. The labels are awarded by the Ministry of Agriculture, and out of ten meat products, as many as four prosciuttos are protected: Krk, Dalmatian, Istrian and Drniš. Only producers who meet the prescribed production conditions for a particular type of prosciutto may use protected marks. However, the main problem is that we do not cover even 50% of our own needs with production, let alone create a recognizable product through tourism and the branding process that would be exported.”Prosciutto production is not only part of our cultural heritage, but also a competitive and export-oriented product. However, with today’s production capacity of about 350.000 pieces per year, we do not meet even 50% of our own needs. Prosciutto production requires new investments, implementation of the latest technological achievements and stronger promotion, which would create the preconditions for greater placement on the EU market and in the domestic tourist offer., “Said the Vice President of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce for Agriculture and Tourism Dragan Kovačević on the occasion of the opening of the 5th International Prosciutto Festival in Drniš, adding that the Croatian Chamber of Commerce has supported the event from the beginning as an opportunity to promote domestic production.The cause of reduced production capacity should be sought in the historical minimum of pig production, with less than a million fatteners, says Kovacevic, adding that in addition to traditional technology, in the production of prosciutto, quality and properties of meat are key prerequisites for quality and sensory properties of prosciutto. “Additional subsidies are needed for the dedicated production of fatteners. Support for targeted fattening and increased production of prosciutto should be observed through the strategy of the Tourism Development Strategy until 2020, which defines gastronomy as one of the key products for strengthening the competitiveness of tourism in general and the competitiveness of individual regions and destinations,Said Kovacevic.The example of prosciutto production, as well as all other branches in agriculture and meat industry, from cheese and milk production, raising chickens, cows, pigs, etc. pro everything is falling apart, farmers spilling milk on the roads, destroying frustrated products in fields and so on for years. As we fail, others grow and jazz between competitiveness increases more and more.Unfortunately we fall for common mussels, sardines, eggs, lettuce, potatoes, onions… Instead of using all the food from local resources and having thousands of local family farms networked through clusters and supporting tourism, we encourage and buy food from imports. Insane and totally counter productive.Slavonia is declining, villages are being emptied while on the other hand we have great demand and consumption through tourism – we have it all, only someone has to connect it. Who’s crazy here? Who’s been crazy here for 25 years? Where have the false incentives gone all these years? By the way, the very word incentive means growth and development, which means that if someone receives an incentive from the State, the parameters must be known exactly how much they must increase production or similar. So it has to grow.This is just another proof of the catastrophic agricultural policy all these years. The combination of “blue” and “green” Croatia should have been 20 years ago, and today that slogan is already disgusting.Finally, one question, just ask yourself, what is the daily need for eggs in Split, Pula and other cities? For information, one hen lays one egg per day, ie an average of 280 eggs per year per laying hen. Thousands of eggs a day have to be produced by local and domestic family farms, and not by one big company, one “Agrokor” or even worse to import “ordinary” eggs.
Arsenal signing William Saliba leads Saint-Etienne chants with giant megaphone after derby win over Lyon Saliba played his first full 90 minutes after returning from injury (Picture: Getty)Second-half substitute Robert Beric scored a 90th-minute header to seal a dramatic 1-0 win for the hosts and there were jubilant scenes after the final whistle.AdvertisementAdvertisementSaliba even grabbed a giant megaphone at one point and began leading the chants in front of Saint-Etienne’s rapturous home support.The teenager sent Saint-Etienne fans into a frenzy. Just look at that crowd…A glimpse of Arsenal’s future…William Saliba leads the chants after Saint-Etienne’s derby win over Lyon. The stadium was ROCKING. 📣 pic.twitter.com/famRpmAy8U— Metro Sport (@Metro_Sport) October 7, 2019 Metro Sport ReporterMonday 7 Oct 2019 9:11 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.5kShares Comment Advertisement Arsenal have loaned William Saliba to Saint-Etienne until the end of the season (Picture: Reuters)William Saliba gave Arsenal fans a glimpse of the future in the aftermath of Saint-Etienne’s derby victory over Lyon at the weekendThe 18-year-old defender completed a £27million move from Saint-Etienne to Arsenal back in July before being loaned back to the Ligue 1 outfit for the 2019/20 campaign.An injury meant Saliba missed the start of Saint-Etienne’s season, but the France Under-20 international played his first full match against Wolfsburg in the Europa League last Thursday.And on Sunday evening, Saliba produced an outstanding performance on his Ligue 1 return as Saint-Etienne beat bitter rivals Lyon on home soil at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard.ADVERTISEMENT After signing on the dotted line with Arsenal this summer, Saliba revealed that Matteo Guendouzi played a major role in convincing him to join the club.‘The history, the badge… since I was little, I’ve been watching Arsenal play in the Champions League,’ the young central defender said.‘There are a lot of French players who have come through here. So that really helped me to make my mind up.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘Yeah, I spoke to Matteo Guendouzi.‘I even bumped into him at a funfair in Paris, and that’s where I told him that Arsenal wanted to sign me!‘He gently advised me to come here and explained what it was like.’MORE: Robin van Persie criticises Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after Manchester United’s defeat to Newcastle Advertisement
SHARE Email Facebook Twitter January 16, 2018 Governor Wolf Announces $1 Million in Funding to Expand Ronald McDonald House in West Philadelphia Infrastructure, Press Release, Public Health, Public Safety Philadelphia, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced the approval of $1 million in funding to help renovate the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House so more families can be served.The funding, supported through the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) program, will help expand the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House’s 72,000 square foot, 45-bedroom property in West Philadelphia with the addition of a new 93,000 square foot tower, increasing the size of the facility to 111 bedrooms and enabling the house to more than double the number of families who can stay there and use its services.“I am especially proud to be here today to announce this funding to know that, with this expansion, families will not have to be turned away during the very difficult time of a child’s hospitalization, alleviating the worry of where to stay and maintaining proximity to the many preeminent health care facilities in the area,” Governor Wolf said.The project, made possible through the purchase and demolition of two adjoining twin homes on an adjacent property, also will include a separate kitchen area for families and volunteer guest chefs, indoor and outdoor play areas, a theater and activity center, and significant outdoor greenspace.The new construction will increase the number of families served from an average of 790 per year to an estimated 1,900, increasing available room nights from 16,425 to 40,150.Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House board of directors’ president Peter Degnan led a tour of the expansion, which is providing construction jobs in the region.“The recent RACP grant approved by Governor Wolf and the State Legislature is greatly appreciated as we embark on a critically needed expansion of the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House,” said Degnan. “The demand for our services to support more families in need continues to grow and this funding will help us move forward with our plans to double our existing capacity. We appreciate all that Governor Wolf has done for us and we look forward to working with him in the future as we continue with our fundraising efforts.”Governor Wolf was joined for the announcement and tour of the project by Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, Senator Vincent Hughes, and Representative James Roebuck.“The Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House is truly a heroic institution,” said Mayor Jim Kenney of Philadelphia. “For generations it has eased the burden facing families of seriously ill children by providing a home environment while their children receive care at CHOP. I applaud Governor Wolf and the Commonwealth’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program for this tremendous contribution to the Chestnut Street House, and look forward to watching as this much-needed expansion becomes a reality.”“Since I became Governor, I have worked hard to ensure that when state government is investing its limited resources, we are doing so in ways that have the largest, direct impacts on our citizens and their families,” Governor Wolf said. “And I can’t think of a worthier cause than the Ronald McDonald House.”
Subsea Engineering Associates (SEA) has secured a contract from Woodside Energy for Define Phase engineering services for the Scarborough development export trunkline.The contract will enable SEA to utilize its ICE Platform, and enable rapid delivery of engineering and a mature digital basis of design to be carried into FEED.SEA have subcontracted INTECSEA to provide support for the project.The Scarborough field is located 375 kilometers west-north-west of the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia.The current Woodside proposal for development of the field includes a 430 km large diameter export trunkline routed from a deep water infield facility, up and over the continental shelf and onto the Woodside operated infrastructure on the Burrup Peninsula.Woodside is targeting a concept select decision in Q2 2018, front end engineering and design (FEED) entry in Q1 2019 and a final investment decision (FID) in 2020.
Fox News 19 September 2019Family First Comment: Calls to poison control centers about small children getting a hold of marijuana-infused sweets like chocolates, gummies, and brownies have increased sharply in states where recreational use of the drug has been legalised.Calls to poison control centers about small children getting a hold of marijuana-infused sweets like chocolates, gummies, and brownies have increased sharply in states where recreational use of the drug has been legalized.At Massachusetts’ Regional Poison Control Center, the number of calls about children 5 and younger eating edible doses of THC has tripled since the first weed shops opened in November.“Three-year-olds, 4-year-olds find them and they don’t know they’re infused with marijuana,” said Adina Sheroff, a registered nurse at Boston Children’s Hospital who has answered calls at the poison center for 26 years. “They end up getting very ill.”INCIDENTS OF MARIJUANA POISONING MORE THAN TRIPLE IN QUEBEC SINCE LEGALIZATIONSheroff has been on the other end of these calls countless times, coaching frantic callers through what to do. For kids, such high doses of THC, the psychotropic component in marijuana, usually requires a trip to the emergency room, she said.At the hospital, the kids’ vitals are monitored closely until the high eventually wears off.“Some of these kids end up being watched in the intensive care unit overnight because we’re so worried about them,” said Dr. Kavita Babu, the director of toxicology at the University of Massachusetts medical school.READ MORE: https://www.foxnews.com/health/children-marijuana-infused-brownies-gummies-in-legal-states Watch the latest video at foxnews.com
ORVC Weekly Report.(January 30–February 4)Basketball Players of the Week.Boys: Justin Green – Switzerland County.ORVC Report (January 30-February 4)Courtesy of ORVC Recorder Travis Calvert.
RelatedPosts Ighalo: Solskjaer inspired me O’Neill quits as Northern Ireland manager Oliseh better than Mikel — Aiyegbeni Ex-Everton former Yakubu Ayegbeni has put an end to speculation linking him with management.The 37-year-old had been connected with coaching following his involvement with the Nigeria U20 team.Preparing for the 2019 Fifa U20 World Cup in Poland, the Yak teamed up with the Flying Eagles in Munich, while offering to drill Paul Aigbogun’s forwards.However, the ex-Nigeria international claims he has no plans to venture into coaching, saying he is happy with his role at Fifa.“I don’t want to be coach,” the former Portsmouth, Middlesbrough and Leicester City man stated.“I went to the U20 camp in Munich before they went to Poland. There, I stayed for over a week and passed my message to the young footballers.“I even coached the strikers a little bit and I am always ready to help out when I’m needed but coaching is not for me.“I enjoy what I’m doing now than coaching, but, I can come in whenever I’m needed to speak to the boys and pass my knowledge to the upcoming players.“I was in the national team for ten years and I had a great time there, good or bad.“For me, to be invited to speak with the U15s, U17s and U20s will be nice and I will be willing to help in the future. But as a coach, that’s not for me.”Currently, Ayegbeni is one of the Fifa ambassadors who help to take the beautiful game to distressed countries in conjunction with the Fifa Legends Programme.He shared his experience and provided some insight into his role as it concerns giving hope to future stars.“I’ve been travelling around with Fifa,” he continued.“We were once at Malawi and the last time, I went to Tsonga, I’ve been with them [Fifa] for almost a year now.“I enjoy working with Fifa and being one of their ambassadors is great. You meet people; you try to pass a message to the upcoming players.“It’s not really about football alone because you meet with people from other sports, encouraging them to follow their dreams.“Having a chance talking these boys from the street, speaking to them to follow their passion is like a dream come true for me.” Tags: CoachingYakubu Aiyegbeni
Stephen Hahn, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner, and Robert Redfield, who serves as director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will also self-quarantine after possibly be exposed to someone who has the virus.Redfield and Hahn will testify by video conference, the committee’s chairman, Sen. Lamar Alexander, said on Saturday.Additionally, the White House sent out an email to all staff on Friday titled, “Strong Precautions We Are Taking,” about the measures being taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 there in the wake of Miller’s positive test, an official said.The note discusses maintaining maximum telework for staff, reporting travel and monitoring one’s own symptoms, according to a copy obtained by CNN.The memo also states that “high-touch points” in the White House and Eisenhower Executive Office Building, an office building near the White House where many staffers work, will receive “heightened levels of cleaning.”Last Thursday, White House staff reportedly received another memo, telling them that they would be asked about their symptoms and would have their temperatures checked before being allowed to enter the White House complex. Any person who acknowledges having symptoms may be pulled for further screening or may be denied entry.Neither memo addresses face masks. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the infectious disease expert who has been serving on the White House coronavirus task force, told multiple media outlets over the weekend that he will go into a “modified” self-quarantine.The decision to self-quarantine comes after two White House staffers, an unidentified valet to President Trump, and Vice President Mike Pence’s press secretary, Katie Miller, both tested positive for coronavirus late last week. Miller is the wife of White House adviser Stephen Miller.Meanwhile, Dr. Fauci says his reasoning for doing a modified self-quarantine is that he had a “low-risk” contact with the White House staff member who tested positive.In that regard, he will mostly work from home, and would wear a mask and take necessary precautions if he is requested to go to the White House or Capitol Hill, Fauci told CNN. He is expected to testify this week in person at a Senate hearing on the coronavirus.Fauci says tested negative for the virus on Friday.America’s doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers are heroes! pic.twitter.com/tbSKbBoqHi— The White House (@WhiteHouse) May 9, 2020
Published on February 18, 2014 at 11:30 pm Contact Tyler: firstname.lastname@example.org Through the first three games of the 2014 season, No. 2 Syracuse (3-0) has put up eye-popping offensive numbers.Paced by the duo of attacks Alyssa Murray and Kayla Treanor, the Orange has hounded opponents for 64 goals, marking its most explosive start since head coach Gary Gait took over prior to 2008.So it might be easy to overlook the tag team in net that has anchored SU at the other end. Not that they really mind, though.“We don’t really pay attention to that,” senior goalkeeper Alyssa Costantino said. “We just like to go out there and do our best every game and work with the defense.”So far, so good for Costantino and junior Kelsey Richardson. Each has given the Orange three solid halves between the pipes, allowing only 13 goals through 180 total minutes of play. During Sunday’s 18-6 win over Canisius, Richardson helped SU jump to a commanding 13-2 lead at the break before Costantino maintained the advantage during the second frame. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNow, the two want to use that momentum to spark their teammates on defense as conference play looms in the coming days.“I think our defensive unit as a whole unit is getting overlooked because we lost the Blocks (sisters Linley and Becca) last year,” Richardson said. “I think we’re going to come back strong and surprise a lot of teams.”But the goalies’ effect on the Orange should come as no surprise.Costantino and Richardson have been splitting time in net since 2012 when the latter joined Syracuse as a promising freshman. Gait knew both of them would play important roles on the team, but he first needed to make sure they were all on the same page.“We sat down and talked about how you two need to feed off each other, you need to help each other,” Gait said. “You’ve gotta compete and help, and they’ve bought into it from the beginning and done a great job.”The results were instantly positive.Costantino was named to the All-Big East Second Team that season after leading the conference with a .492 save percentage and an 8.37 goals-against average. Meanwhile, Richardson appeared in 17 games and posted a nearly identical save percentage.She said that without Costantino’s guidance, things would have been different.“When I came in as a freshman, she helped me with just learning the ropes and being comfortable in college lacrosse,” Richardson said. “I’ve gotten to know her over these past three years, and we’ve grown a lot together.”Costantino called their relationship a “friendly competition,” but she also emphasized how close they are as friends. There has never been any sort of hostility between them on the field during the past two seasons.“We’re there for each other, rooting each other on every time,” Costantino said. “We almost help each other get better every game and practice. We’ve always got each other’s back.”So with no threat of a controversy at the cage, the two are completely focused on the rest of 2014. Both are excited to be a part of the Atlantic Coast Conference and play some of the best teams in the country.Especially Costantino, who now has only one more chance to achieve her goal from freshman year.“I really want to put everything I’ve got, everything on the line for the national championship,” she said.Armed with two motivated keepers, Gait knows his team has a huge defensive advantage. No matter what others see and perceive, he views their play as a focal point on a team with huge aspirations.“I’ve coached a lot and always haven’t had two goalies,” Gait said. “I like it. I think it’s a great luxury for our team.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+