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June 17, 2021

Road Works Near Sabina Park Completed

first_imgRoad Works Near Sabina Park Completed UncategorizedMarch 9, 2007 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail With less than two days to go before the official opening ceremony of the ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) 2007 tournament, Communication and Customer Services Manager at the National Works Agency (NWA), Stephen Shaw, is reporting that road works that were undertaken in the vicinity of Sabina Park has been completed.In an interview with JIS News, Mr. Shaw said that the NWA “went all out”, to ensure the completion of the stipulated works, prior to the official start of the tournament this Sunday (March 11).“We had a very tight schedule working with, and we worked night and day to have the task accomplished, and we have accomplished it,” he asserted.“In an effort to give that area around National Heroes Circle to Sabina Park a face-lift, we embarked on this work programme to rehabilitate South Camp Road and a couple other roadways surrounding it. The programme got underway in December of last year and we have now completed it,” he reiterated.He noted that the scope of work undertaken included the re-construction of South Camp Road between Deanery Road and East Queen Street, the rehabilitation of sections of North Street and Upper Elletson Road, the installation of two new traffic signals, marking roadways, improving side walks to facilitate persons with disabilities, and installing signs.More than $157 million was spent on the project, which also included the rehabilitation of Glenmore and Norman Roads. RelatedRoad Works Near Sabina Park Completed RelatedRoad Works Near Sabina Park Completedcenter_img RelatedRoad Works Near Sabina Park Completed Advertisementslast_img read more

June 13, 2021

Are Your Events Working for You?

first_imgHome Wine Business Editorial E Column Are Your Events Working for You?Wine Business EditorialE ColumnAre Your Events Working for You?By Elizabeth Slater – July 6, 2016 49 0 AdvertisementAs many of you know my marketing sales and customer service offerings include mystery shopping for individual companies and associations. Recently I finished a large mystery shop (using multiple shopper sets) to assess a multi-winery event.What forcibly struck me about the answers the shoppers provided in the questionnaires they completed was the lack of training that has been given to the “first responders” that is, the people who are on check-in at events.The employees or part timers at the check in desk are the first people that the attendees see and the first people they have any interaction with. The interactions with the check-in folks may very well set the attendees’ attitudes for the entire time they spend at the event. Their first impression will have a great impact on whether or not these people decide to visit the business again.In this particular case, not only were many of the check-in people inattentive and in some cases unhelpful, it was obvious by the answers they gave to simple questions that they had received little or training for their role or information about the event itself.Put one of your most cheerful and most accommodating staff members in charge of check-in. Make sure that the staff you have on check-in have been well trained and can deal politely and calmly with people who have been waiting in line, been stuck in traffic, couldn’t find a parking space, or anything else that may have frustrated them before they got to check-in.When visitors begin with a good experience, their attitude towards the whole event is better. They will be more patient if things go wrong or if they have to wait in line for food, wine or to purchase.I hear a lot of horror stories from consumers about things that have gone wrong while they were trying to check in at a busy special event. So please, train your staff and make sure to put your best and brightest on check-in.A tip of the glass from me to youE Columnby Elizabeth “E” Slater, In Short Direct MarketingA recognized expert in the fields of direct marketing and sales in the wine marketplace. Slater has taught more wineries and winery associations how to create and improve the effectiveness of their direct marketing programs and to make the most of each customer’s potential than anyone in the wine industry today.Follow E on twitter @esavant and facebook. Facebook TAGSE ColumnElizabeth SlaterIn Short Direct MarketingWinery Events Share Linkedin Advertisement center_img Twitter ReddIt Pinterest Email Previous articleMichelle McClure Hired as Sonoma County Farm Bureau Membership Development and Advertising CoordinatorNext articleMurrieta’s Well Tasting Room Reopens Following Eight Month Renovation Elizabeth Slaterlast_img read more

May 3, 2021

Suspect arrested in 1987 cold case killing of 22-year-old woman

first_imgFranklin County Sheriff(ST. CLAIR, Mo.) —  More than three decades after a 22-year-old woman was mysteriously found murdered in Missouri, a suspect has been identified and taken into custody.Kirby King, 64, was arrested on Monday, charged with second-degree murder in the death of Karla Jane Delcour, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.On June 24, 1987, Delcour’s body was found in a wooded area along a road near St. Clair, according to the sheriff’s office. She was “in a state of decomposition” and her wrists were bound, according to the sheriff’s office.Her death was ruled a strangulation by ligature, according to the sheriff’s office.When authorities retraced Delcour’s steps, they learned she was killed about three days before her body was found, according to the sheriff’s office. The crime took place at a home in Union, about 50 miles west of St. Louis, authorities said.Investigators interviewed possible suspects and witnesses, but no one was arrested and the case went cold for more than 30 years, authorities said.Last year, Franklin County investigators took another look at the cold case and began re-interviewing suspects and witnesses, authorities said.The interviews took investigators from Missouri to Texas to Arizona, according to the sheriff’s office.The sheriff’s office has not released what led to King’s arrest on Monday, but said, “we believe enough evidence existed to charge at least one person with her murder.”“Many details in her murder are not part of this release because there is a long way to go to reach justice for Karla Delcour and her family,” the sheriff’s office explained. “A premature release of information might hinder that for the family.”The sheriff’s office added, “Sometimes a fresh perspective combined with advances in science and technology aid in furthering an investigation when all original leads have been exhausted.”King’s bond was set at $100,000, officials said. He does not have an attorney listed and is due in court on Jan. 14 for a counsel status hearing.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

January 26, 2021

Beaumont-Port Arthur No. 5 nationally for flu

first_img Walgreens, which operates about 8,100 stores nationally, serves about 8 million customers every day. “We definitely are treating a lot of flu,” Osman said Thursday. “Every freestanding ER, local hospital ER and every doctor’s hospital is treating the flu.”He said sometimes doctors know when the walk into the room with patients that they have the flu. But he said a simple swab confirms the results.States with the most flu activity according to the index were Texas, Arkansas, Iowa, West Virginia, Nebraska, Idaho, Tennessee, Arizona, Missouri and North Carolina.Osman said people in the Golden Triangle likely get the flu shot at the same rate as patients elsewhere and he said it would still be helpful to get the flu shot if you haven’t had the shot yet. While flu season begins in October, he said, there is no telling when the peak of the season comes. Next UpIn an issued statement, Walgreens says the Flu Index provides valuable insight by showing which cities or metropolitan areas are experiencing the most incidences of influenza each week based on index methodology. The data does not measure actual levels or severity of flu activity, the company says.The top 10 markets nationally for flu activity on Dec. 30 were: Tyler-Longview, which includes Lufkin and Nacagdoches; Harlingen-Weslaco-Brownsville-McAllen; Waco-Temple-Bryan; Houston; Beaumont-Port Arthur; Corpus Christi; El Paso, including Las Cruces, New Mexico; San Antonio; Dallas-Fort Worth; and Little Rock-Pine Bluff, Arkansas.That jibes with what doctors in the Golden Triangle are seeing, said Dr. Ali Osman, medical director for Neighbors Emergency Centers in Beaumont, Port Arthur and Orange.center_img Beaumont-Port Arthur remains a top 10 U.S. market for flu activity, according to national pharmacy company Walgreens.Texas, home to nine of the top 10 designated local markets nationally for prescribing flu medications, ranked as the apparent top state for flu activity.The Deerfield, Illinois-based company said its weekly, national report reflects Walgreens markets where retail prescription data for antiviral medications used to treat influenza suggests where flu is highest. Beaumont-Port Arthur ranked No. 5 nationally.last_img read more

December 20, 2020

Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

first_imgSM East starting pitcher Max Sanborn will play college ball at Pittsburg State University.SM East’s Sanborn signs with Pitt State baseball program. SM East’s baseball program is sending yet another player to the college level. Pitcher Max Sanborn committed to Pittsburg State University in a ceremony in the SM East library Wednesday. Former Lancers Gunnar Troutwine, Wichita State, and Dylan Becker, Missouri State, are currently playing in college, and Sanborn’s teammate Joey Wentz, a junior, has already committed to the University of Virginia.Johnson County Parks & Rec seeking input on expanding parks resources. The Johnson County Parks & Recreation Department is holding a strategic planning open house from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 21 at Tomahawk Hills Golf Course, 17501 Midland Drive, Shawnee, where it will seek resident input on a consultants’ preliminary recommendations for expanding and managing the county’s parks resources. The recommendations lay out a strategic plan for the next 15 years.AT&T to begin construction for GigaPower in Fairway. The city of Fairway alerted residents yesterday that contractors for AT&T will soon begin work to make way for the company’s high-speed GigaPower internet service there. The workers will be installing buried fiber infrastructure and replacing utility poles.Topeka editorial criticizes incentives for Prairie Village move.  In an editorial comment, the Topeka Capital-Journal questions the use of state job incentives for a company that is moving to Praiirie Village. WireCo World Group is moving its headquarters from Missouri near the KCI airport to 75th Street in Prairie Village. The Capital-Journal questions whether one new job will be created in return for the millions of dollars in incentives. [Editorial: Benefits of border war difficult to measure]The Northeast Johnson County morning roundup is brought to you by Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive. For updates on the latest blends and specialty drinks available, follow them on Facebook.last_img read more

October 19, 2020

Habitat For Humanity Thanks Metzger’s & Community

first_imgHabitat for Humanity of Española Valley and Los Alamos Store Manager Curtis Cruz presented Metzger’s Do It Best Hardware Store Manager Mark Hughes in White Rock with a certificate of appreciation for the many years of generous contributions Metzger’s has made to the local community. Habitat for Humanity is grateful for all they have received from local businesses, residents and volunteers in the White Rock and Los Alamos areas and wants to wish the community very happy holidays. Courtesy/Habitat For Humanitylast_img

September 28, 2020

Blue line partnership

first_imgBANGKOK Metro Co Ltd has selected the Nippon-Euro Subway Consortium as a partner in its 25-year concession to build and operate the city’s Blue line heavy metro. Tunnelling is already well advanced for the 20 km line between Hualampong and Bang Sue, which is scheduled to open in 2004. The 20bn baht deal provides for Nippon-Euro to supply the electrical and mechanical equipment and maintain it for 10 years. The consortium is led by Alstom, with Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsubishi Corp. Alstom will undertake systems integration, and supply the signalling & communications systems, workshops equipment plus the fleet of 21 three-car Metropolis EMUs. There is an option for an extra four units. Mitsubishi will provide the traction equipment, power supply and automatic fare collection systems, and the platform screen doors. Alstom had already been awarded a separate 4·4bn baht contract for the trackwork and tunnel ventilation systems.last_img read more

September 20, 2020

Thomson, Levy continue hot streaks

first_imgRising squash stars Savannah Thomson and Tobias Levy continued their 2019 winning streaks with victories in the Tingrinners Age Group Squash Tournament held at the Liguanea Club in Kingston recently.Thomson, the reigning All-Jamaica Under-15/17 girls’ champion, got the better of arch-rival Mia Todd 3-1 to remain undefeated with three tournaments under her belt so far this year. Similarly, All-Jamaica Under-15 boys’ champion Tobias Levy maintained his clean slate by overcoming yet another spirited challenge from the improving Rhys Greenland. Levy went the distance to hold off his challenger with a 12-10, 4-11, 12-10, 3-11, 11-6 victory.Reigning Under-13 boys’ champion Lukas Thomson also made a statement, beating Lek Drummond 11-3, 11-2, 11-6 to confirm his dominance in that age category. Another solid performance was delivered by former Under-11 All-Jamaica girls’ champion Mehar Trehan, who claimed her first tournament win in the Under-13 age group by beating Samantha Azan 11-1, 11-9, 13-11. In addition, Karan Chatani beat Noah Ho Tai 11-5, 11-6, 13-11 to win the Under-17/19 age category.The tournament is one of the last competitions for the youngsters as they enter the final stages of preparation for the Caribbean Area Squash Association’s Junior Championships, which will be held in Trinidad and Tobago in early July. DEPTH OF TALENT The Jamaica Squash Association’s junior programme manager, Gill Binnie, expressed satisfaction with the players’ ongoing preparation. “It’s a different level of competition on the regional stage, so it’s good to see our players doing well in local competitions and getting in match practice. So they will be in good mental and physical shape for the Caribbean Championships, and we have to thank Tingrinners for putting on the tournament,” she said. “Our top age-group players continue to be consistent, but we are also pleased to see the depth of the talent as players across the board continue to show their worth, and we are hoping to field a strong team,” Binnie added.last_img read more

September 19, 2020

Another gold medal haul from weightlifting

first_imgBY JOHN PANGKATANA in Samoa Another gold medal haul from weightlifting, this time through Morea Baru (pictured) in the 61kg class at Apia, Samoa today. Morea Baru Weightlifting keeps PNG in the race with a further three gold medals to Hanuabada man Morea Baru. Baru not only claimed the Pacific games gold for the snatch, clean and jerk and overall total, he also won the Oceania and commonwealth titles in the 61kg division. This is the second haul of three gold medals from the sport of weightlifting following the exploits of Dika Toua on Tuesday. Baru who lifted 124kg for the snatch, 170kg for the clean and jerk for a total of 284 was too far ahead of Jacob Vaniaitivanga of India to be troubled. The Indian lifter recorded a total of 242. Meanwhile, PNG’s other gold medal hope is in Steven Kari who will compete on Saturday.last_img read more

September 18, 2020

Chelsea keeper Courtois a doubt for Everton match

first_imgChelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is a doubt for Saturday’s game against Everton because of a knee problem.The Belgian, 23, played in his country’s Euro 2016 qualifiers against Bosnia and Cyprus and returned unscathed.But he suffered an injury in training on Wednesday and his condition is being assessed ahead of the Blues’ trip to Merseyside.AdChoices广告Summer signing Asmir Begovic, who recently deputised when Courtois was suspended, is standing by to replace him this weekend. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img