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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: UTPB signs solid class in unusual year

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook Facebook COLLEGE FOOTBALL: UTPB signs solid class in unusual year Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 TAGS  center_img utpb falcon shield logo UTPB football coach Justin Carrigan acknowledged that the 2021 signing class for his program would be unique due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Despite the circumstances, Carrigan said that the class signing to play for the Falcons was bigger than he and his coaching staff had anticipated. As of 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, the Falcons had announced the signing of 39 players, not including transfers.During a virtual press conference, Carrigan spoke highly of the talent coming in and everything else that went into producing the class.“It’s a tremendous class with a lot of great talent,” Carrigan said. “I think where we’re at as far as the new facility helped. And where we’re at with the program in terms of leadership with Dr. Woodley and now Todd Dooley has helped springboard us into this recruiting season.”Among the key areas that the Falcons focused on was on the defensive side of the ball. UTPB signed eight linebackers coming out of high school and added former Fort Stockton standout Cole Daggett who started his playing career at Texas Tech.“Linebacker was a big one primarily because there are just so many unknowns with the games,” Carrigan said. “We haven’t played a game since Chris Hoad and Keegan Gray departed the program. Some of those guys will be edge guys and others playing safety in those type of roles but we really needed to invest in that position.”Carrigan also added that the Falcons were able to get help on the defensive line as well as bring in some talent that had Division I offers or playing experience.Defensive back Nygel King arrives after playing the last three seasons at Utah. Carrigan also mentioned running back Kevin Young and defensive lineman Vernon Henderson as other standouts that had Division I offers coming from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.The Falcons also added a trio of local signees with Andrews wide receiver Markeese Lawrence and Midland Lee teammates Shemar Davis and quarterback Mikey Serrano.On top of that, former Lee offensive lineman Eric Cisneros arrives after spending last season at Texas State. Being able to keep top talent home is something that Carrigan wants to continue.“I think that’s really important to work on trying to keep that local talent right here in our backyard and give them that opportunity to continue to play in front of their fans,” Carrigan said. “I think this is the first time where we’ve had to battle so many teams across the state.“Being able to win those battles I think is a huge feather in the cap of the program. I think it’s a sign of things to come.”Looking long-term, the Falcons will have to make adjustments following its four-game spring slate.Carrigan said that having that additional depth will be helpful down the line given how the scholarship situation will have to be sorted out due to current players not losing a year of eligibility.He also added that there may be a couple of additions before the spring is over and as for how to manage the roster moving forward, Carrigan believes that things will ultimately work itself out.“I don’t think there’s any doubt that we overextended ourselves,” he said. “We couldn’t really wait and see how things will unfold next fall because at that point, it’s too late.“We have some super seniors and some juniors that are going to graduate and as we get closer to that time, we’ll have those conversations. I think a lot of those things are going to work themselves out.”>> Follow Tony Venegas on Twitter at @OA_TVenegas Twitter WhatsApp Twitter SportsCollegeLocal News Previous articleGlobal Remotes Market Research 2020-2024 | COVID-19 Market Impacts and Recovery | TechnavioNext articleWinning numbers drawn in ‘Pick 3 Evening’ game Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

Faculty elected to National Academy of Sciences

first_imgThe National Academy of Sciences announced today the election of 84 new members and 21 foreign associates. Members are elected in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.Those elected from Harvard include Myles A. Brown, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and director of the Center for Functional Cancer Epigenetics at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Oliver Hart, Andrew E. Furer Professor of Economics: Hopi E. Hoekstra, Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology and the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology and the curator of mammals at the Museum of Comparative Zoology; Robert E. Kingston, professor and vice chair of the Department of Genetics at HMS and chief of the Department of Molecular Biology at Massachusetts General Hospital; and Steven Pinker, Johnstone Family Professor of Psychology.The National Academy of Sciences is a private, nonprofit institution that was established under a congressional charter signed by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. It recognizes achievement in science by election to membership, and, with the National Academy of Engineering and National Academy of Medicine, provides science, technology, and health policy advice to the federal government and other organizations.last_img read more

French Navy Seizes 1.2 Tons of Cocaine in Caribbean

first_imgBy Dialogo January 13, 2012 The French Navy has seized over 1.2 tons of cocaine and arrested seven people aboard two boats after a six-day chase ending in the Caribbean, the local military said. The drugs were recovered from a boat flying the British flag which was caught by French surveillance frigate Le Ventose 600-700 kilometers off the French Caribbean island of Martinique on January 6. The seizure came after a six-day chase in the Atlantic in which three crew members from a second boat which was spotted sailing alongside the first were also arrested. The nationalities of the seven suspects have not been made public, the high command of the West Indies Armed Forces said.last_img read more

Ruth Smith, 96, Argonia: March 12, 1919 – Jan. 5, 2016

first_imgRuth SmithRuth M. Smith, of Argonia, died Tuesday, January 05, 2016 at Spring View Manor in Conway Springs at the age of 96.Ruth was born the daughter of Elmer and Emma (Kuhns) Taton on Wednesday, March 12, 1919 in Trinchera, Colorado. Shortly after her birth, the Taton family moved to Argonia. As a young woman, Ruth moved to Wichita for employment. While there, she met a man at a dance who cut into line just to be with Ruth. The two became engaged and on February 22, 1939, Ruth and M.L. “Ray” Smith were united in marriage in Galveston, Texas. The young couple moved from Texas to Kansas to California to Mississippi to Washington to Canada and even Alaska. In Alaska they owned Blue Fox Fountain and literally sold ice to Eskimos. Ray’s employment took he and Ruth to Colorado. It was there where they joyfully adopted their son, Stan. The family moved on to Minnesota and even spent a few years in Mexico City. As their working career was winding down, they lived in Missouri and eventually Ponca City, Oklahoma which is where Ray passed away. Following his death, Ruth moved back to Argonia where she truly felt “at home”. Together they experienced many things and made wonderful memories. Survivors include her brothers: Olen Taton and his wife Betty, James Taton and his with Marcella all of Argonia; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Taton of Wichita and Lila Taton of Colorado along with a host of nieces, nephews and extended family. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband; son, Stan D. Smith; sisters, Beulah and Velma; brothers, Ernest, Ralph, Murrell, Junior and Raymond Taton. A private visitation and funeral were held. Interment was at Argonia Cemetery, Argonia. In lieu of flowers, memorials have been established in her loving memory to the Spring View Manor or Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice. Contributions may be mailed or left with the funeral home.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.cornejodayfuneralhome.com.Arrangements are by Cornejo|Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.last_img read more

England pair finish runners-up in Peru

first_img England’s glowing record in the annual 72-hole Lima International was extended by Jamie Rutherford and Greg Payne with two runners-up spots at Lima Golf Club. Rutherford (Knebworth, Hertfordshire) finished second in the individual ranking for the Manuel PradoCup, while the duo were runners-up in the team event, the Carlos Raffo Cup. In the individual competition, Rutherford, the reigning National County Champion, was always near the top of the leaderboard throughout the four days and finished on nine-under-par 279 but threestrokes behind the winner, Patricio Alzamora from the home club. Payne, (Chobham, Surrey) (picture © Tom Ward) didn’t enjoy the best of weeks, ending joint 16th on 297, nine over par. However, together they finished on level par 576, comfortably in second spot in the team event, but 15 shots behind the runaway winners, Alzamora and his home club partner Jean Peglau. Leading final scores: Team: 561 Lima GC (Alzamora & Peglau) 576 England Golf (Rutherford & Payne) 582 Peru (Barco & Tola); Tennessee (Burgan & Golliher); Oregon (S Hval & J Dukeminier) Individual 276 P Alzamora (Lima) 72 70 65 69 279 J Rutherford (England Golf) 69 72 68 70 283 J Dukeminier (Oregon) 67 72 73 71 284 M Tola (Peru) 67 73 70 74; G Hill (Ontario) 71 73 71 69; A Aduddell (Arizona) 72 70 72 70 Other score: 297 G Payne (England Golf) 74 72 72 79 24 Apr 2012 England pair finish runners-up in Peru last_img read more

Devastated by Closures, Merchants Try to Adapt to New Normal

first_imgIn the meantime, stay home as much as possible, wash your hands and don’t touch your face. MONMOUTH COUNTY – In the midst of a global pandemic, people are being asked to practice social distancing, proper hand washing and additional cleaning measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. The Two River Times approached different community members and business representatives to see how the virus is impacting their daily work and lives. Here’s what they had to say. Paige Bouzaglou, owner ofWandering Gosling, Red Bank The 76-year-old has always taken pride in maintaining a clean restaurant, but in light of the rapid spread of coronavirus he took things a step further. “At my age, I can’t afford not to,” he said. That included ensuring everything was cleaned and wiped down with disinfectant sprays and wipes – doorknobs, tables, countertops and other surfaces. “The streets are empty,” Monmouth Meats butcher shop owner Stewart Goldstein told The Two River Times March 17. The outbreak is not good news for airlines or other transportation methods, but it’s especially bad for cruises. It’s the No. 1 thing people are scared of right now, as far as travel goes, she said. “It’s a great tradition of American small business to adapt to changing conditions and to find solutions. By taking this action, we are safeguarding our employees and patrons while still offering the superior service to which our customers have become accustomed,” he added. Both locations will resume walk-in services as soon as possible. “Last Friday I was busy and Saturday we were crushed and that I couldn’t explain,” he said March 12. Jessica Porter found her students to be “extremely anxious” and distracted from their school work last week, before schools were closed and operating remotely. She said more students than normal were absent from class and those who were there were leaving the classroom periodically throughout the day to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer. Danny Murphy, owner ofDanny’s Steakhouse, Red Bank Some students joked about the virus. Others asked “logical questions” about the epidemic, including what would happen if the school shut down, she said March 13. “They appear excited to not come to school, but many students are genuinely anxious and several are absent due to the anxiety being caused by COVID-19.” For now, customers cannot walk into the shop, located at 497 Prospect Ave., for service. That also includes temporary in-store service suspension at The Cellar at 594 River Road in Fair Haven. While no one knows what the next few months will bring, she hopes everything subsides by the time the weather gets nicer. It’ll make for a great time to find alternate travel plans, too, like taking road trips in the U.S. It’s a chaotic time for travel agent Paige Bouzaglou of Wandering Gosling, to say the least. She’s dealt with “quite a bit” of cancelations and trip refunding. Some of her clients have underlying health conditions and can’t fly. Others are canceling out of fear, she said March 12. Yogis are encouraged by Synergy Hot Yoga representatives to “stay calm and practice on,” but to do it outdoors. As of March 17, the studio stopped hosting its group indoor hot yoga classes and instead brought its mats outside. “This is the last thing they needed; they were struggling before quite a bit already,” said Bouzaglou. Once the outbreak subsides, it will take cruise lines even longer to get over that hump of fear, she projected. And while that advice can certainly help slow the spread, how is it impacting local communities and businesses? Murphy was unable to be reached for an updated comment by press time in response to Gov. Phil Murphy’s call mandating that restaurants serve customers for to-go or takeout orders only. He did, however, mention March 12 that he has partnered up with the DoorDash food delivery service so people can enjoy Danny’s Steakhouse from the comfort of their homes. Additionally, the business posted on Facebook March 17 announcing that it is delivering to Red Bank, Middletown Township, Atlantic Highlands, Highlands, Rumson, Fair Haven, Sea Bright, Monmouth Beach, Shrewsbury and Little Silver. A $5 delivery charge will apply.center_img By Allison Perrine “Knowing how important yoga can be in maintaining a sense of physical and emotional wellness, we will be inaugurating our newest venture – ‘Synergy Cold Yoga,’ ” the company wrote. Classes will be held outdoors for as long as it is feasible. “We will be able to spread out and still connect with each other (from 6 feet apart).” Since Red Bank’s emergency management coordinator declared a state of local disaster emergency March 15, all nonessential businesses with more than 25 people have been closed to the public, including restaurants, liquor stores, gyms and theaters. Additionally, Gov. Phil Murphy ordered the closure of all nonessential businesses after 8 p.m. What To Do Stewart Goldstein, owner ofMonmouth Meats, Red Bank William G. Kenney, president ofLittle Silver Liquors It’s delivery only until further notice, William G. Kenney, president of Little Silver Liquors, announced Monday, March 16. Additionally, the studio will offer free Yoga Nidra meditation sessions through its website, which according to the studio will be posted soon. Synergy hopes to reopen March 30 but will monitor the suggestions and guidelines of the CDC and local authorities. Any unlimited class cards will be on hold for as long as the studio is closed. “We treasure our community and our employees. Our number one priority is their safety and well-being while at our stores,” said Kenney. “At this time, we have assessed that the risk of communal spread of the novel coronavirus far outweighs any potential fiscal benefit of continuing business as usual.” Luckily for Goldstein, his business, located on Monmouth Street, can remain open and serve meat products as usual. He gets three shipments a day, so there’s no shortage in sight. “It’s been good, no complaints,” he said. “They say that’s the worst thing,” said Murphy. Jessica Porter, teacher in theHenry Hudson Regional School District Danny Murphy walked around his restaurant passing out disinfectant wipes to his customers so they could clean their phones, he told The Two River Times last Thursday. However, Goldstein said he feels “really sorry for the independent guys that have to close at 8, the restaurants,” he added. “It’s going to be really tough, especially in Red Bank where a lot of people rely on restaurants.” While there are precautions we as individuals can take to prevent the novel coronavirus from spreading, people on social media are also suggesting purchasing gift cards from local businesses during this time of need. The businesses will be able to use the money right away and the customers can redeem the cards for purchases at a later date. Synergy Hot Yoga,Fair Haven The article originally appeared in the March 19-25, 2020 print edition of The Two River Times.last_img read more


first_imgThe fire is getting very close to this house near Meendernasloe1.45AM latest: A massive gorsefire has broken out and is burning close to Loughanure village in West Donegal.A number of fire services have arrived at the scene of the blaze but the terrain is proving difficult.The blaze is now just off the N56 between Crolly and Loughanure and was just 20 yards form one house earlier At least three fire crews and dozens of local volunteers are trying to contain the fire.There is a concern among firefighters that the fire could now spread over the hillside towards the Annagry Road which has several houses in close proximity.Dozens of acres of bogland have already been scorched in the blaze.Forefighters in the area had only returned from fighting blazes earlier this evening in a number of locations including Gaoth Dobhair. Earlier this afternoon a large blaze raged across Kincasslagh before it was brought under control. HUGE GORSEFIRE BREAKS OUT CLOSE TO WEST DONEGAL VILLAGE was last modified: April 3rd, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AnnagryCrollygorsefireLoughanurelast_img read more

MVP comeback: How Bay Area kid Marcus Semien turned it all around right here at home

first_img … The A’s season may be long over, but the baseball field still beckons Marcus Semien.Maybe it’s because he’s still in play in the ongoing MLB awards season. Maybe it’s because this particular field is where it all began.The infield dirt at Central Park in El Cerrito crackles beneath his feet. His father, Damien, and 3-year-old son, Isaiah, are chowing sandwiches on the green benches behind him while he shows a curious reporter where his hunt for an American League MVP award all started.last_img read more

Weekly Wrap-up: Who Needs Java? Jailbreaking iOS 4.0, Free Web Parental Controls, And More…

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10 months agoSouthampton boss Hasenhuttl admits Soares not in his plans

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Southampton boss Hasenhuttl admits Soares not in his plansby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveSouthampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl admits Cedric Soares is not in his immediate plans.The 27-year-old has been unable to force his way back into contention and has been challenged to prove his worth as he competes with Valery and Ramsay.“After his injury it’s always the same, if the guys who play in your position do it well you are out and you have to wait,” said former Red Bull Leipzig coach Hasenhuttl.“At the moment he stands behind. If he gets a chance he must show he deserves to play.” last_img read more