RelatedWestwood high school reopens Advertisements FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Westwood High School in Trelawny has reopened, after being closed temporarily. Boarders started returning to the school Thursday (March 10) and day students are expected to turn out for classes Friday (March 11). School is expected to be in full swing Friday. The school was closed by the Ministry of Education, after the Trelawny Health Department was alerted to an outbreak of gastroenteritis among students on Wednesday (March 2). The Health Department will continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide a full report, once all relevant data are obtained and analysed. The school has given an assurance that soap for hand washing will be made available in the bathrooms, and issues relating to food preparation and storage, as well as water quality, will be addressed. The Trelawny Health Department has commended the Principal and staff of the school for their full cooperation. RelatedWestwood high school reopens RelatedWestwood high school reopens Westwood high school reopens EducationMarch 11, 2011
A rollover accident on Stony Hill Road in Amagansett the evening of Friday, July 12, resulted in the arrest of the driver on a misdemeanor driving while intoxicated charge.According to his statement to police, Michael Gabriel Pina-Barros, 20, had just left a job worksite on Laurel Hill Lane when he turned the 2001 Honda he was driving onto Stony Hill Road. As he approached Accabonac Road, Pina-Barros told police he swerved to avoid a pothole, then swerved again to avoid hitting a tree. At this point, the vehicle went up an embankment and flipped over, ending up in the middle of Stony Hill Road.The East Hampton man did not report any injuries, police said. Allegedly failing sobriety tests, he was placed under arrest, and taken to headquarters, where he refused to take a breath test, the police reported. Besides the DWI charge, he also was charged with unlicensed driving, and was arraigned the morning of July 13.East Hampton Town Justice Lisa Rana told Pina-Barros that his license was suspended for the next year, pending a hearing at the Department of Motor Vehicles, for allegedly refusing the breath test. She released him without bail.Jose Rodezno, 52, of Riverhead was charged with misdemeanor aggravated DWI after being pulled over by East Hampton Town police a little before 7:30 in the morning, July 8. Police said he was behind the wheel of a 2002 Infiniti on Cedar Street near Hands Creek Road, moving at 54 miles per hour, where the speed limit is 30. The arresting officer said that Rodezno had an open 24-ounce can of beer in the car.He took a breath test at headquarters, police said, with a .18 of one percent reading, high enough to trigger the raised aggravated charge.Rafael Enrique Alvarez, 25, who splits the year living and working seasonally between Miami and Montauk, was pulled over on Industrial Road in Montauk a little after midnight July 11 for allegedly failing to turn on his headlights. Failing sobriety tests, he too was charged with misdemeanor DWI. He also was released the next day without bail. Jonathan Barros-Guevara, 25, of Springs was arrested Sunday morning, July 14, after being pulled over on Springs Fireplace Road. His arrest happened too late for him to be arraigned that morning, so he was held until the following day, when he was released without [email protected] Share
Related TopicsCavsKevin LoveNBA Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loede The Cavaliers will have another weapon in their lineup again, as the team has announced that forward Kevin Love is active, and will be back in the starting lineup tonight for the Cavs as they take on the Utah Jazz at Quicken Loans Arena at 7pm.Kevin Love is officially active for #CavsJazz. ? pic.twitter.com/NsprjzGJhX— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) March 16, 2017Love has been out of the Cavs lineup for the past 13 games with a knee injury. The All-Star forward is averaging 20 points and 11.1 rebounds this season, had surgery on his knee and was expected to miss six weeks.The Cavs were 7-6 without Love in the lineup.
TOYOURA, Niigata Pref. – Katsumasa Miyamoto fired a sizzling 6-under-par 66 to come from behind and claim his first victory in nearly 20 months at the NST Niigata Open on Sunday.Miyamoto, who last won at the Nippon Series JT Cup in December 2001, made eight birdies against two bogeys at Nakamine Golf Club to overturn a two-stroke deficit and beat American Gregory Meyer by one shot with a four-day total of 17-under 271. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Takahashi hangs on MIZUNAMI, Gifu Pref. (Kyodo) Overnight leader Mihoko Takahashi forged a 6-under-par 66 in a bogey-free round on Sunday to claim a two-stroke victory in the Golf 5 Ladies tournament.It was the 24-year-old’s third tourney title and her first since winning the Miyagi TV Cup Dunlop Ladies Open last September. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Honorable Mention: Chelsea Villaescusa, Southeastern Louisiana; Kristi O’Brien, Houston Baptist; Katherine Kelly, Nicholls.Goalkeeper of the Week –Morgan Glick, Stephen F. AustinGlick anchored the Ladyjacks in their double overtime 0-0 draw against LSU. Playing all 110 minutes, the Boerne, Texas (Champion H.S.), native faced 26 shots and made 10 saves while not giving up any goals. Glick was also tabbed goalkeeper of the week earlier this season. Honorable Mention: Spencer Valdespino, Nicholls; Chelsea Raymond, Stephen F. Austin.Defensive Player of the Week – Megan Dunnigan, Stephen F. AustinDunnigan led the Ladyjacks defense to a 0-0 double overtime draw against Southeastern Conference foe LSU on Monday night. The Round Rock, Texas (Vista Ridge H.S.), native played 99 minutes and was able to keep the Tigers scoreless. This marks the second time this season Dunnigan has been named defensive player of the week. Honorable Mention: Hope Sabadash, Southeastern Louisiana; Patty Walrath, Houston Baptist; Taylor Mosley, Nicholls. Southland Soccer Weekly Release (PDF)FRISCO, Texas – Southeastern Louisiana freshman midfielder Maggie Ramsey was named Southland Conference Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week, while Stephen F. Austin senior defender Megan Dunnigan was voted defensive player of the week and Stephen F. Austin senior Morgan Glick earned goalkeeper of the week honors, the league office announced Tuesday. Offensive Player of the Week –Maggie Ramsey, Southeastern LouisianaRamsey had a huge week, helping Southeastern Louisiana remain undefeated and advance to a school-record best 6-0 start. On Sunday, she headed in the game-winning goal with 15 seconds left to give Southeastern a 2-1 victory and its first-ever win over Southern Miss. The Mission Viejo, Calif. (Trabuco Hills H.S.), native led the Lady Lions with a goal and two assists in Friday’s 4-0 victory over Louisiana-Monroe. Through the first six games of her collegiate career, Ramsey currently is second in the conference with five goals scored and tied for the lead with four assists. Each school’s sports information director nominates and votes for the players of the week, though is not permitted to vote for his or her own player. To receive honorable mention, a student-athlete must receive votes from 25 percent of the Southland sports information directors.
Tigers wins only one event in lossBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterMARSHFIELD — Wisconsin Rapids won all but one event to defeat Marshfield 90-74 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference dual meet opener on Thursday at Marshfield High School.The Tigers’ lone win came in the 400 freestyle relay. The team of Anthony Hartwig, Alec Brenner, Zach Hanson, and Eric Tollefson took first in 4:26.94.The Tigers finished second in 10 events and added third-place finishes in seven races to make the final score close.Marshfield hosts Stevens Point on Monday at 5:30 p.m.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com)VarsityWisconsin Rapids 90, Marshfield 74Winners and Marshfield results200 medley relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Drake Blossfield, Brett Burris, Jonah Mancl, Dylan Engelbright) 1:49.07; 2. Marshfield (Brian Engel, Scott Thompson, Michael Kruse, Colin Thomasgard) 1:57.80; 3. Marshfield (Andrew Gilkerson, Jacob Dick, Alec Brenner, Calden Wojt) 2:11.20.200 freestyle: 1. Blossfield (WR) 2:01.21; 3. Anthony Hartwig (MAR) 2:20.42.200 IM: 1. Burrris (WR) 2:14.84; 2. Thompson (MAR) 2:38.81.50 freestyle: 1. Engelbright (WR) 24.40; 2. Wojt (MAR) 24.79; 3. Kruse (MAR) 25.93; 4. Thomasgard (MAR) 26.21.100 butterfly: 1. Mancl (WR) 1:04.79; 2. Kruse (MAR) 1:07.32; 3. Brenner (MAR) 1:13.96.100 freestyle: 1. Engelbright (WR) 54.59; 2. Engel (MAR) 56.48; 4. Zach Hanson (MAR) 1:06.97.500 freestyle: 1. Josh Niedbalski (WR) 6:21.76; 2. Hartwig (MAR) 6:35.03; 5. Ryan McClellan (MAR) 7:42.03; 6. Wuethrick (MAR) 8:17.81.200 freestyle relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Blossfield, Burris, Mancl, Engelbright) 1:38.78; 2. Marshfield (Engel, Thomasgard, Thompson, Kruse) 1:42.36; 3. Marshfield (Brenner, Hanson, Tollefson, Hartwig) 1:57.59; 4. Marshfield (McLellan, Wuethrick, Dick, Gilkerson) 2:02.03.100 backstroke: 1. Blossfield (WR) 1:03.37; 2. Engel (MAR) 1:15.06; 3. Thomasgard (MAR) 1:17.13; 4. Gabriel Ronan (MAR) 1:20.50.100 breaststroke: 1. Burris (WR) 1:04.60; 2. Thompson (MAR) 1:16.97; 3. Dick (MAR) 1:20.84; 6. Kyle Schultz (MAR) 1:44.31.400 freestyle relay: 1. Marshfield (Hartwig, Brenner, Hanson, Tollefson) 4:26.94; 2. Marshfield (Ronan, Wuethrick, Dick, Gilkerson) 4:54.17.JV200 freestyle: 1. Ryan McLellan (MAR) 2:45.64; 2. Alex Wuethrick (MAR) 3:00.65; 3. Trent Anderson (MAR) 3:42.56.50 freestyle: 1. Ronan (MAR) 27.66; 2. Eric Tollefson (MAR) 29.12; 5. Anderson (MAR) 37.16.100 freestyle: 1. Tollefson (MAR) 1:08.80; 3. Schultz (MAR) 1:34.07.200 freestyle relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Ethan Hess, Keaton Danula, Michael Humphrey, Andrew Hoile) 2:21.59.
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Tags:#Facebook#Google#Google I/O#Google I/O 2014#Oculus Rift#virtual reality#VR Google doled out free smartwatches running Android Wear at its I/O 2014 developer event today, but that’s not all. The company also handed out … cardboard. Yes, really. Google encouraged a room full of thousands of developers and hundreds of press-types to take little sheets of cardboard and fold them into kind of nifty (if thrifty) virtual reality viewers. Unlike the pricier bits of I/O swag, those at home can play along too. Assuming you weren’t lucky enough to get a cardboard kit at I/O, to build one of Google’s low-tech VR goggles you’ll need materials that would be at home in a MacGyver scene. Start with cardboard ($8.70 … or a pizza box?), biconvex lenses ($28) and magnets ($3.98, $2.59), then add Velcro ($2.98), a rubber band (free!) and an optional NFC tag ($1.50). That’s a grand total of about $50 worth of stuff ($47.75, to be exact), assuming you don’t have it all laying around the house.Of course, you’ll need a compatible new-ish Android smartphone, too.For developers interested in building virtual reality experiences that aren’t cost prohibitive, Google’s Cardboard project (that’s actually the name for it) comes with its very own “experimental” VR software development kit. Aside from the Nexus Q, Cardboard might be the weirdest pseudo-product that the company has ever launched, though its goals are arguably nobler than that entertainment bowling ball of yoreIn a blog post about the project, Google explains its intentions:Virtual reality has made exciting progress over the past several years. However, developing for VR still requires expensive, specialized hardware. Thinking about how to make VR accessible to more people, a group of VR enthusiasts at Google experimented with using a smartphone to drive VR experiences.The result is Cardboard, a no-frills enclosure that transforms a phone into a basic VR headset, and the accompanying open software toolkit that makes writing VR software as simple as building a web or mobile app. 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout taylor hatmaker 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App See also: Facebook Buys Oculus For $2B, Betting On Virtual Reality To Replace SmartphonesIt all sounds fun (if weird) on paper. As it turns out, though, thanks to Oculus (now owned by Facebook), sophisticated VR hardware dev kits actually aren’t all that expensive. The next generation Oculus Rift DK2 is $350—minimal assembly required. Cardboard works with most phones running Android 4.2 or higher, so once you get your “hardware” up and running, you’ll need to download the companion Android app. If you’re all aboard for Cardboard, there’s also a dedicated Google+ Cardboard community to nurture those zany, affordable VR ideas.We’re fans of fun hardware hacking projects. But at $50, we might just stick with what Oculus has cooking over at Facebook. Related Posts 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…
What’s this — another work/life balance blog post? Yep. But! I promise I’m not going to try to get philosophical with you about how to juggle this and that. No thought exercises here. Instead, let’s be real: you probably have some habits that you could change to make your life a lot easier.Here are 10 practical ways to maintain work/life balance — and yes, you can make any or all of these changes today.1. Stop checking your email on your phone!Look, I know maybe no one’s told you this before, but… you look really dumb when you refresh your smartphone over and over waiting for new emails. Put that away, turn on alerts if you need to, and separate your email accounts — you don’t need all the emails, all the time. I promise.There. Hear that? That’s silence. Doesn’t it feel great?2. Stop half-assing your work!Multitasking is one thing, doing bad work is another. Stop half-assing your work and give it your complete energy — turn off the TV, close Gchat (I know, that cuts deep), and just do the thing. Feel like you’re flagging? Just take a break. Don’t try to pretend to work and get nothing done, while not allowing yourself a chance to relax.3. Cut out distractionsActually, why not just cut out distractions altogether? Unplug and work longhand for a while. Or use an app like Self Control to temporarily remove your access to the internet. Yes, it hurts. But this is good medicine.4. Use a timekeeping method to keep focused on your workWork/life balance is really all about timekeeping. So try a timekeeping method to stay focused on your work and hold yourself accountable. The pomodoro method is a personal favorite of mine, since my attention span’s so short. You can also try an app like Toggl or RescueTime if that’s your speed.5. Or use this time assets and debts method“A great way to manage productivity is to adapt your life and business to-do list into a balance sheet and approach actions or choices as either time assets or time debts. A time asset is an action or choice that will ultimately save you time in the future, whereas a time debt is an action or choice that will cost you additional time.”Join the nation’s largest group representing the new workforce (it’s free!)Become a member**6. Use the 45-15 method to get little things done **A constant source of annoyment: little errands. Emails, dishes, laundry, whatever. Use the 45-15 method to get all those pesky tasks done.7. Learn how to say no Say no in a way that gets you more projects, and you just made a whole bunch of time for yourself without lifting a finger.8. Maximize your income without doing more workSame reasoning here. If you can maximize your income without doing more work, you’ll automatically free up time for yourself. It’s not doing more work — it’s working smarter. And when you work smarter, you’re a lot happier.9. Join a coworking space or set up a home officeSometimes work/life imbalance arises when your work and your life are in the same place. Joining a coworking space is a great step toward setting some boundaries. But if that’s not your style, instead of working in your bedroom (or god forbid, your bed), try setting up a home office in your kitchen or living room. Or if all of those are the same thing, and if you live in New York, they probably are… move things around so that you have a new designated space to work. It doesn’t take much — just a change of location can help ease the tension between a heavy load and the need for free time.10. Plan vacations for yourselfIt sounds luxurious, but vacations are doable. And they help keep you sane. No, it doesn’t have to be a weeklong affair somewhere tropical, or even mean going out of town. Just scheduling — this is the key word here — a vacation from work means you’re setting aside time to chill out, recover, and gear up to get more great things done.Larissa Pham is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, New York. She believes in never checking your work email after midnight.