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Iowa introduces online registration for sports betting

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Sports bettors in Iowa are now able to register online, rather than only in person, as of 1 January. Sports betting – both retail and online – was legalised in Iowa in August 2019. However, online customers were required to create their account in person at a casino in the state for the first 18 months after the bill passed. Email Address Online sports betting Read the full story on iGB North America. 4th January 2021 | By Daniel O’Boylecenter_img With that period expiring at the start of 2021, players may now register for accounts online. Topics: Sports betting Online sports betting Sports betting regulation Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Iowa introduces online registration for sports betting Both William Hill and newly-listed Rush Street Interactive (RSI) have already confirmed that they have begun onboarding new customers remotely.last_img read more

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AdventHealth discusses how genomic work will help combat COVID-19 and improve outcomes for patients…

first_img TAGSAdventHealthCOVID-19DiseasesDr. Wes WalkerGenomicsPreventionVariantsWholeMe Previous articleEffective Ways to Streamline the Procurement Process TodayNext articleDistrict proclaims April ‘Water Conservation Month’ to heighten awareness that help is needed Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Knowledge about virus variants just one of the ways genomics will aid in fighting diseases From AdventHealthAdventHealth is beginning to sequence the genomes of a subset of COVID-19 cases to better understand variants present in the community and to understand if those results might change the evidence-based COVID care the hospital system provides to patients.  Dr. Wes WalkerThe process, in partnership with genomic testing company Helix, is in the early stages, said Dr. Wes Walker, director of AdventHealth’s genomics program, on today’s AdventHealth Morning Briefing. Over time, knowledge about the variants could help the hospital system prepare for treating infections and potentially help tailor treatments, he said.   Variants, however, don’t change the most important evidence-based ways of preventing transmission of the virus: wearing a mask, frequent hand washing, social distancing and getting a vaccine when available. Preventing the spread of the virus stops new mutations from occurring.  The number of patients with COVID-19 in AdventHealth’s Central Florida hospitals showed only a slight decline this week to about 330, reinforcing the need for the community to remain vigilant about preventing new infections with continued masking, social distancing and good hygiene practices.  Sequencing COVID-19 cases is only one piece of the genomics work underway at AdventHealth, which is also working with a partner to rapidly sequence the genomes of critically ill newborns and last year launched a study called WholeMe. The study is recruiting participants from the community, who will receive a variety of ancestry and health information based on their own genome such as risk for heart disease or certain cancers.  Rebecca Essner, Ph.D.That information could allow patients and their doctors to catch diseases early or even prevent some diseases, said Rebecca Essner, Ph.D., a research scientist and principal investigator for WholeMe. WholeMe is free for participants. Go to WholeMeFlorida.com for more information.  AdventHealth’s Central Florida Division encompasses more than 20 hospitals and ERs in the seven counties in and surrounding metro Orlando, including AdventHealth Apopka. The world-class hospitals, combined with a comprehensive outpatient care network, sees more than 3.4 million patient visits annually. AdventHealth also has an expansive research portfolio with more than 500 clinical trials in progress. The organization has a deep commitment to serving the community and has a local financial impact of more than $1 billion annually. AdventHealth and its employees are responsible for nearly 20 percent of Central Florida’s economy. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your comment! The Anatomy of Fear LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Please enter your name herelast_img read more

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Businesses Corona fightback

first_imgGovernment announces phased easing of public health restrictions Email Updated statement on service disruptions UL Hospitals Group TAGSbusinessCoronavirusfeatureduniversity hospital limerick Designed by FreepikLIMERICK businesses are fighting back as the sixth case or Coronavirus was confirmed in the Republic.With four confirmed cases in one family in Clare bringing the virus uncomfortably close to home, larger businesses in particular, are implementing measures to try to keep staff and customers safe.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Two big Limerick-based companies have cancelled all non-essential foreign business travel and one has implemented a no hand-shake policy.Another has set up it’s employees in smaller teams and told vulnerable employees to work from home.Many smaller businesses arte drawing up plans to cope if any of their staff is hot with the illness.A statement on the latest cases was expected today from the University Hospital Limerick, where, it is believed, the four members of one family are being treated.There has been no comment or clarification on claims that one of the four is a healthcare worker. Advertisement WhatsApp Limerick health chiefs urge public not to withhold information on virus contacts, as they investigate “complex and serious outbreaks” across midwest region Previous articleClonlara couple stuck in their marooned homeNext articleNo comment on reports that virus victim is medical professional Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. Printcenter_img Twitter NewsBreaking newsBusinesses Corona fightbackBy Bernie English – March 5, 2020 1973 Facebook 53 patients waiting for beds at UHL Linkedin Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 64 patients waiting for beds in UHLlast_img read more

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Man involved in fatal Inishowen collision back in court

first_img Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ The 24 year old man arrested following the fatal collision last month in which Garda Gary Mc Laughlin was killed has appeared in court again in Letterkenny.Martin Mc Dermott, with an address at 19 Castlegrove, Raphoe was charged with a number of offences in Carrick On Shannon before Christmas, and faced further charges last evening, none of them relating to the fatal crash in the early hours of December 13th.He was charged with stealing a chequebook and passing false cheques in a number of locations in March 2008, causing criminal damage and resisting arrest in Letterkenny in July 2008, and also with drink driving and driving without insurance at Tullyearl, Donegal Town in August 2008.He was further charged with failing to appear in court in September 2008 and January last year,.Defence solicitor Don Mahoney sought bail, but Judge Seamus Hughes accepted garda objections on the basis that the accused is a “flight risk”, who has already lived outside the juridstiction.The case has been adjourned until Friday. Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry News Pinterest WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp Facebookcenter_img Twitter 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twitter Pinterest Previous articleFemale pedestrian is Derry’s first road fatality in 2010Next articleDurkan condemns arson attack on Fountain youth club News Highland Man involved in fatal Inishowen collision back in court Google+ By News Highland – January 5, 2010 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic last_img read more

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Farmer Protest: Supreme Court To Hear A Letter By Punjab University Students As PIL On Police Excesses Against Farmers

first_imgTop StoriesFarmer Protest: Supreme Court To Hear A Letter By Punjab University Students As PIL On Police Excesses Against Farmers Akshita Saxena4 Jan 2021 12:25 AMShare This – x A letter petition has been filed before the Supreme Court seeking an inquiry into alleged Police excesses and illegal detention of protesting farmers near Delhi borders. In a letter written by 35 students of the Punjab University, it is alleged that the Government of India has indulged in vindictive, atrocious and unconstitutional abuse of power to subvert the constitutional rights…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA letter petition has been filed before the Supreme Court seeking an inquiry into alleged Police excesses and illegal detention of protesting farmers near Delhi borders. In a letter written by 35 students of the Punjab University, it is alleged that the Government of India has indulged in vindictive, atrocious and unconstitutional abuse of power to subvert the constitutional rights of farmers of to protest in peace. “After more than two months of peaceful protests in their home states, served with incompatible gestures of Government of India when farmers (felt marooned) decided to approach to the National Capital Delhi, the peaceful protestors (farmers) were thrashed and walloped that it seemed raising voice for the Fundamental Rights as provided by the Supreme Law of the Nation is a dreadful crime (which it is not),” states the letter. It is alleged that the media has polarized the whole peaceful movement by associating it with separatism and the Delhi Police has employed illegitimate use of water cannons, tear gases shells and lathis, and has even proceeded to “jail” some of the farmers, amounting to illegal detention. It is significant to note at this juncture that the Supreme Court had, while hearing a batch of petitions seeking removal of farmers from Delhi borders, had categorically stated that there can be no impediment in the exercise of right to protest as long as it is non-violent and does not result in damage to the life and properties of other citizens. Farmers Protests can Continue Without Impediment And Breach Of Peace By Protestors And Police: Supreme Court In this backdrop, it is submitted that the farmers, just like any other citizen of this democratic nation, are free to express their will and sentiments, however, the Central Government is turning deaf and indifferent in toto to their plight. The students averred that such actions are not only violative to the fundamental rights of the protestors but are also opposed to India’s obligations under the International Laws viz., Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948; ICCPR, which India ratified in 1979 and ICESCR, which was also ratified in 1979. The students have thus urged the Chief Justice of India to take suo moto cognizance of the matter and direct the governments at both Central and State level to ensure safety of all protesters and look into alleged illegal detention of innocent farmers. It is prayed that an inquiry be instituted against the Haryana Police, regarding illegitimate use of water cannons, tear gases shells and lathis on peaceful protesting farmers. Further, the Haryana and Delhi Police be directed to withdraw all the cases against innocent farmers which were allegedly registered under political vendetta. A direction is also sought against the media for spreading fake news and engaging in misrepresentation, polarisation and denationalisation of the whole issue. Inter alia, it is urged: provide basic amenities for all, especially women, children and elderly. Mobile toilet vans should be provided at protest places. Issue appropriate guidelines regarding hygienic conditions at protest sites in the backdrop of COVID-19. Click Here To Download Letter Read LetterNext Storylast_img read more

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Goshen UMC to celebrate 100 years

first_img Sponsored Content Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Email the author Skip Book Nook to reopen You Might Like Troy, Brundidge receive grants for new equipment from federal funds Alabama Gov. Bob Riley announced the funding of several grants for local police departments, among those being Troy and Brundidge…. read more Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits By Jaine Treadwell The Rev. Marvin Vickers Jr. will be the guest minister for the historic occasion and special music will be presented by the Charge Choir, Jane Stroud and Cara Hussey. Special recognition will be given to the church’s oldest member, Lucy F. Sanders.Following the worship service, there will be dinner on the ground and all church members, former members and friends of the church are invited to be a part of this special anniversary celebration.“We are proud of our church’s long standing in the Goshen community,” said Billy Walters, a longtime member of the Goshen Methodist Church. “According to a church history compiled by the Rev. Lavon Davis, our church was established in 1910 as the Goshen Methodist Episcopal Church with 15 or 16 members.” Published 6:31 pm Wednesday, July 28, 2010 Print Article Times following were not always good and in the mid-1920s attendance often belonged to two families, the J.T. Folmar and W.B. Kyzar families.Walters said Davis reported that the old church burned in the fall of 1931. The fire was thought to have started in the old school building adjacent to the church where cottonseed and other farm products were stored.“Times were hard and there was hardly enough for people to live on much less rebuild a church,” Davis wrote.“However, the despair caused by the Great Depression did not overcome the faithful of Goshen Methodist Church. They did rebuild.”Again, lumber and labor was donated and the church was rebuilt some time around August 1931.Pastors used the passenger service of the Central of Georgia line that ran between Goshen and Brantley to fill their appointments to the Goshen church.In June 1952, Goshen was removed from the Brantley Charge and became a half-time church – the Goshen-Camp Ground Charge.In June 1959 the Goshen Charge was formed by adding Henderson and Little Oak from the Shady Grove Charge.Today, Goshen United Methodist Church, Henderson and Little Oak form what might be called a revolving church. The church memberships follow the pastor to the church he serves each Sunday.Brown preaches at Goshen the first and third Sundays and at Henderson and Little Oak the second and fourth Sundays.The second Sunday the worship service is at 10 a.m. at Little Oak and 11 a.m. at Henderson.On the fourth Sunday, the service is at 10 a.m. at Henderson and at 11 a.m. at Little Oak.Fifth Sunday services rotate among the three churches.“It can be a little confusing but it works,” Brown said.“The members of each church enjoy attending the other churches and there is a great sense of fellowship in the Lord’s house, wherever it is.” By The Penny Hoarder Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson When the Rev. Bob Brown arrived at Goshen United Methodist Church in June 2010, he made an interesting observation.The church was established in the latter part of 1910 and was ripe and ready to celebrate its 100th anniversary.The membership was excited at the prospect and, at the 11 a.m. worship service on Sunday, Aug. 1, Goshen United Methodist Church will celebrate 100 years of continuous service as a place of praise and worship to its Lord and Savior. Latest Stories Goshen UMC to celebrate 100 years Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? 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We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Walters said the Goshen church was a member of the Brantley Charge and, in 1912, the Conference Board of Church Extension approved a grant of $200 toward the construction of a church building. The logs were donated by a local sawmill owner who also sawed the lumber for the church.In November 1912, the pillars had been laid and all the framing was done.All other needed materials were on the ground waiting to be utilized. Everything was paid for and “at least” $300 has been expended.The construction of the church building was completed in or around late November 1913. In October 1914 the value of the church was set at $1,000. Plans underway for historic Pike County celebrationlast_img read more

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Texas boy missing since 2017 found with father in Florida, authorities say

first_imgSanford Police Department(SANFORD, Fla.) — A 9-year-old boy who went missing from his Texas home in 2017 has been found hundreds of miles away in Florida, authorities said. Police in Sanford, Florida, were investigating a suspicious vehicle early Saturday morning when they found Joshua Graham inside with his non-custodial father, 52-year-old Kenneth Graham.“I am proud that the officers responding to this call quickly identified that something didn’t seem right, and those instincts led to this happy conclusion,” Sanford Police Chief Cecil Smith said in a statement Saturday.Kenneth Graham allegedly left Texas with his son at the end of 2017 without telling his wife, Joshua’s mother, who was granted sole custody in February 2018. Investigators believed he was taking Joshua to Tallahassee, Florida, where he had previously lived, according to a press release from the Sanford Police Department. Texas authorities filed Joshua missing and under the status of “abducted by non-custodial parent” on March 26.“Regardless of the circumstances, the feelings of loss and devastation are indescribable when any child is taken from a parent,” Smith said. “The officers and investigators involved in this case are delighted to have played a significant role in reuniting this mother with her child after two long years.” Joshua was taken into custody of Child Protective Services on Saturday while he awaited reunification with his mother. The state of Texas may file criminal charges at a later date, according to the Sanford Police Department.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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7th annual “911 Gives Hope For The Holidays” Toy Drive.

first_imgFor this upcoming Holiday Season, the Townsquare Media Radio Stations (WKDQ, WJLT, WDKS, WGBF-FM, WGBF-AM) will team up with Henderson Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and the 911 Gives Hope charity to present the 7th annual “911 Gives Hope for the Holidays” toy drive. For the past 6 years we have successfully filled a 53 foot trailer with toys that were distributed to the Children’s Wards at local hospitals. This year all 5 radio stations will again partner together for a mass broadcast “radiothon” to urge the public to donate toys, clothing, gift certificates and more to the Children’s Wards at Deaconess Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital, Methodist Hospital, Evansville Psychiatric Children’s Center and The Ronald Mc Donald House.The radiothon will begin at 5am on Friday, December 4th and will run thru 6pm on Sunday, December 6th. The radio stations will broadcast live from the Wal-Mart on Burkhardt the entire weekend with additional broadcasts, live from Henderson Chevrolet in Henderson Kentucky. Local Fire Departments, Police Departments, Sheriff’s Departments and AMR will be in attendance all weekend in an effort to fill another 53 foot trailer. Santa will also be on hand and available for pictures throughout the weekend.The toys that are collected will be sorted and delivered to the local hospitals on Monday, December 21st, just in time for Christmas. For more information contact Angie Ross-Peters at 812-425-4226 ext. 308FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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MARINO, NINA MARIE

first_imgA funeral mass was offered Sept. 13 at St. Anthony Church, Union City, for Nina Marie Marino,19. She passed away Sept. 6 at St. Joseph’s Children Hospital, Tampa, Fla. She was the daughter of Joseph (Joe) E. and Lesley Diane Marino. Nina also leaves behind her husband Joseph (Joey) Caleb Williams and her Uncle Michael and Aunt Bessie Marino. She was predeceased by her grandparents Joseph Edward Marino Sr., and Katherine Marino, her Uncle Louis John and her namesake Aunt Nina Marino. Nina enjoyed living life to the fullest, ice skating, playing violin, helping teach younger kids to play violin, zip lining, sewing, watching game shows, attending plays, playing music, and most of all going to Disney World and collecting Disney pins. Services arranged by the Leber Funeral Home, 2000 Union City.last_img read more

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Warburtons gets active on health

first_imgWarburtons has introduced an oat bread, said to help lower cholesterol, to its Healthy Inside range.The healthy heart claim comes from extra beta glucan in the 400g Healthy Inside Oats loaf. Warbutons’ existing Healthy Inside loaf includes inulin, derived from chicory, which encourages the formation of friendly bacteria in the gut. The firm said the so-called ’active health’ bakery segment was worth more than £17 million last year and was growing by 96% a year.The loaf, supported by PR and sampling, went on sale this month.last_img read more

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