Pinterest What’s Going On June 30 By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 TAGS Pinterest Facebook Local News Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp What’s Going On logo ODESSA The Cowboys & Heels Trade Show has been scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today in Building E at the Ector County Coliseum, 4201 Andrews Highway. Admission is free. Visit tinyurl.com/y6gl4hyo. The Ector County Library, 321 W. Fifth St., has scheduled Toddler Storytime at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Call 332-0633 or visit ector.lib.tx.us. The Ector County Library, 321 W. Fifth St., has scheduled Storytime & Craft at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Call 332-0633 or visit ector.lib.tx.us. The Ector County Library, 321 W. Fifth St., has scheduled at Family Game Night at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the basement. Call 332-0633 or visit ector.lib.tx.us. The Crisis Center of West Texas have extended registrations for the 2019 Wonder Girls, open to all girls entering the 5th-8th grades 2019-20 school year, through Friday or until all spaces are full. The camp is scheduled from July 15-19. For those who would like to donate a particular service, product, or other in-kind contribution, call 333-2527 or email Hannah Horick at [email protected] The Crisis Center is also looking for volunteers who love to learn, who are excited about the centers mission, and can be great role models for Wonder Girls. Volunteers must be 16 years or older, and team leaders must be 21 years or older. All volunteers will be expected to pass a criminal background check and attend a training before camp. Visit ccwtx.org/wondergirls. Camp Fire West Texas is offering Kids Care, a state licensed, affordable quality program, for students enrolled in one of the following 10 Odessa campuses starting the fall: Austin, Burnet, Gonzales, Noel, Pease, Buice, Cameron, Ross, Burleson and Jordan Elementary schools. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. July 15 and will continue until all spots are filled. The after-school programs are operated by Camp Fire West Texas, and components of the program include homework help, games, arts & crafts, outdoor recreation, and traditional Camp Fire activities and projects. The program will be offered from the time school is out until 6 p.m. Enrollment will be limited, with a child to adult ratio of no more than 15:1 to provide attention and quality supervision. To register for Kids Care, you must complete an online registration form and pay a $20 annual fee for each child enrolled. A weekly $45 fee will be charged per child and financial assistance is available for those who quality. Online registration forms are only available at the campfire website at campfirewtx.org or call 570-4144. First Basin Credit Union has kicked-off the fourth annual Back to School Supply Drive benefitting the children of the Rainbow Room of the Permian Basin. The Rainbow Room works with Child Protective Services (CPS) and helps foster children, and all other children involved in CPS care, throughout Midland, Odessa, Andrews and surrounding counties. The Rainbow Room is requesting the following items to help equip children for the 2019-2020 school year: backpacks, folders, spiral notebooks, pens/pencils, binders, highlighters, glue, sticks, tissues, hand sanitizer, markers, crayons, rulers, scissors and headphone. Donation deadline is July 31. Donations as well as monetary donations are welcome any of the following of the First Basin branches locations: 4217 N. Grandview Ave., 2740 N. County Road West, 1010 E. Eighth St., 713 Golder Ave., in Odessa; 3316 Midland Drive and 5509 Andrews Highway, in Midland; and 1205 N.E. First St, in Andrews. For information regarding The Rainbow Room or the school supply drive, call Crystale Galindo at 232-0547 or Janet Sotelo at 248-1443, from the FBCU marketing team. Visit www.firstbasin.com. Camp Fire West Texas has scheduled a Summer Day Camp for children ages 5-12 from 7:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, through Aug. 9 at Buice Elementary School, 1800 E. 87th St. Activities include arts and crafts, games, sports, field trips and more. Children must bring a sacked lunch daily. A morning and afternoon snack will be provided. Weekly tuition is $75 per child. Financial assistance is available based on family size and income levels. Call 570-4144 or visit www.campfirewtx.org. Odessa College, 201 W. University Blvd., is offering a Kids Fitness Summer Pass through Aug. 1, includes access to the OC Sports Center’s indoor pool and water slide all summer, Kids Fitness classes, ZumbAtomic, Kids Battle Ropes, Kid’s Fun & Fitness and more. Cost is $20 per month. Call 335-6348 or visit WranglerSports.com. Interfaith Service (Sewing) Council, 910 S. Grant Ave., is inviting sewers and quilters to participate in open sewing and get assistance with sewing projects from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Sewing machines (Berninas), quilting rulers and cutters and scissors will be provided. Thursdays is primarily for quilters. Call 332-4800 or email Mary Jane Malone at [email protected] Yang Style Tai Chi classes have been scheduled from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at Asbury United Methodist Church, 4001 E. University Blvd. Call 631-5051 or visit odessagoldendragons.com. M.A.D. Children has scheduled classes from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at 810 N. Dixie Blvd. Register from noon to 6 p.m. daily at M.A.D., 810 N. Dixie Blvd. Call 272-5834 or 272-5812 or 325-455-4990. The Monday Senior Bridge Club meets from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. each Monday at the Northside Senior Center, 13th Street and Adams Avenue. Call 337-5281. The Odessa Chapter No. 447 Order of the Eastern Star meets at 7:30 p.m. on the first and third Monday of each month (first Monday only in November and December) at the Andy G. Vaughn Masonic Lodge No. 1421, 3017 Mercedes Ave. Call 557-2058 or visit www.agv1421.org. The Greater Odessa Rotary Club meets for breakfast at 7 a.m. each Tuesday at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel, 5321 JBS Parkway. Call 559-9489.MIDLAND The Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center, 1310 N. FM 1788, Midland, has scheduled Japanese American country music fiddler and singer Shoji Tabuchi to perform at 3 p.m. today. Box hours are from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 800-514-3849 or visit www.wagnernoel.com. Museum of the Southwest, 1705 W. Missouri Ave., Midland, has scheduled a Summer Sunday Lawn Concert featuring the Unsweet Ts from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. today on the front lawn of the Turner Mansion. The concert is family and pet-friendly. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and coolers. Food trucks will be onsite. Admission is free. Call 683-2882 or visit MuseumSW.org. The Midland Gem and Mineral Society, 602 S. Main St., Midland, has scheduled “Open Shop Night” for members and the public from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays. Guests can watch members cut rocks and work on lapidary projects. Visit www.midlandgemandmineral.org. The Midland Palette Club, 907 W. Wadley Ave., Midland, meets at 9:30 a.m. to noon in the second Tuesday of each month. Local and area artists are welcomed to bring supplies and paint. Visit www.paletteclubmidland.com. Overeaters Anonymous Meetings for all eating disorders (bulimia, bingeing, obsessive/compulsive eating or anorexia) have been scheduled from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Topic Meeting on Sundays and 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., 12-Step Study on Mondays in portable building A at Christ Church Anglican, 5501 N. Midkiff Road, Midland. Admission is free and open to the public. Call 553-1031 or visit www.oa.org. Pop-Ups meets at 6:30 a.m. Tuesdays at First Presbyterian Church Family Life Center, room 228, 800 W. Texas Ave., Midland. Visit www.toastmasters.org. Tall City meets at 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. every two weeks alternating on Mondays and Thursdays at Chevron Corp Building, 6301 Deauville Blvd., Midland. Visit www.toastmasters.org.ANDREWS Andrews Senior Center, 310 W. Broadway St., Andrews, has scheduled a dance from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on the third Monday of every month. Admission is $6. Call 664-4150.MARFA Ballroom Marfa, 108 E. San Antonio St., Marfa, has scheduled “Candelilla, Coatlicue and the Breathing Machine,” an exhibition with newly commissioned and existing works by Beatriz Cortez, Candice Lin and Fernando Palma Rodríguez, through the end of September. The exhibition includes contributions that range from wax pours to robotic storytellers to provisional shelters and beyond. Admission is free. Call 432-729-3600, email [email protected] or visit www.ballroommarfa.org. Previous articleMichael KleinNext articleMandy Moore’s Mindful Tips for a Well-Balanced, Lively Summer Digital AIM Web Support
News Updates”No Means No, The Word ‘No’ Does Not Need Any Further Explanation : Himachal Pradesh HC Denies Bail To Man Accused Of Raping Minor Nupur Thapliyal5 May 2021 9:24 PMShare This – x”NO MEANS NO- The simplest of sentences have become the most difficult for some men to understand” observed the Himachal Pradesh High Court on Wednesday while rejecting the bail application filed by a man accused of raping a 17 year old minor. A single judge bench comprising of Justice Anoop Chitkara observed thus: “No does not mean yes, it does not mean that the girl is shy, it does not mean that the girl is asking a man to convince her, it does not mean that he has to keep pursuing her. The word NO doesn’t need any further explanation or justification. It ends there, and the man has to stop. Be that as it may, the victim, in this case, said no to the accused when he started touching her, but he continued. It nowhere implies consent, or zeal and desire to explore and feel each other in romantic love.” Suresh Kumar was in custody since 18th December last year in relation to an FIR registered against him under sec. 376 of IPC and sec. 4 of POCSO Act. On 17th December 2020, Kumar picked up the minor girl, who was also his friend, in his vehicle by offering to drop her to her house. However, he changed the way and started touching her inappropriately. While the girl said NO to him, he threatened the victim that if she started to cry, he will forced himself upon her. Kumar then asked if she would marry him to which the victim responded as a no. Thereafter, he undressed her and had sexual intercourse with her. On reaching home, the victim narrated the whole incident to her mother, based on which the FIR was registered against Kumar by the Police. It was the case of the accused that the victim in her sec. 164 CrPC statement had stated that she was a friend of the accused and that her taking life in his vehicle further proved that the friendship was cordial as a result of which sexual intercourse took place with “active consent and without any force on her by the accused.”. Looking at the facts of the case, the Court reasoned that the fact that the victim revealed the unfortunate incident to her mother “prima facie points towards the genuineness of the incident.””She would have kept it discreet because, as per her version, no one had noticed them. If the sexual act was with her will, she would not have told anyone about the same and tried to conceal the same. The victim voluntarily narrated the incident to her mother, prima facie points towards the genuineness of the incident. It would be correct to say that it was courageous for the victim girl to talk about the unfortunate incident to her mother and later come forward and report the same with the police.” The Court observed at the outset. Furthermore, making strong observation that a NO MEANS NO, the Bench went ahead to observe that despite the victim saying no to the accused, he did not stop. “When the curriculum does not include the proper sex education, the children raised by such societies fail the women time and again.” The Court observed at the outset. Denying the relief of bail to the accused, the Judge interestingly expressed special gratitude to his Law Clerk-cum-Research Assistant, Ms. Apoorva Maheshwari, for an “excellent perspective” in this case. Click Here To Read JudgmentTagshimachal pradesh high court minor victim rape rape with minor no means no Justice Anoop Chitkara Next Story
By News Highland – January 8, 2020 Pinterest Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Twitter RIC commemoration needs to be cancelled not deferred, says Senator Twitter Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Google+ A Donegal Senator says the commemoration of the RIC needs to be cancelled and not deferred.Last evening, Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan announced the deferral of the proposed event later this month and says it was as a result of the disappointing response.He said he hopes to have an alternative commemoration in the coming months.Senator Padraig MacLochlainn says the deferral is a step in the right direction but not enough:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/padrgfhgfhgfhfaigric1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Previous articleDeclan Bonner expecting another tight encounter against DerryNext articleMcCrudden signs for Cliftonville and could be joined by McNamee News Highland WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 DL Debate – 24/05/21 WhatsApp Harps come back to win in Waterford
1The internal growth rings of the teeth of the crabeater seal (Lobodon carcinophagus) are described and the annual pattern established. 2By examination of near term foetuses, recently weaned pups, half‐year‐old, one‐year‐old and older animals the probable pattern of dentine deposition in the first year is established. The neonatal line is conspicuous; a line marking the time of weaning is present and also a line which probably represents the pup moult. The rate of dentine deposition is discussed and it is suggested that lactation extends over about five weeks. 3Using ages determined from the growth rings in the canine teeth, an average growth curve for body length has been constructed and is compared with earlier estimates of the rate of growth in the first few years. 4Evidence is given which suggests that the average neonatal length is 45 in. The sizes subsequently attained by the two sexes are similar, though the largest females tend to be slightly larger than the largest males. The mean body length of animals over twelve years old is 89 $2–36 in. 5The question of the age at sexual maturity is re‐examined and it is concluded that in the female sexual maturity is usually attained at an age of a few months over two years. 6The age distribution of the two samples of crabeater seals is discussed. The oldest animals in the material were 19 years old on the basis of dentine rings.
Continuous flow analysis (CFA) is a well-established method to obtain information about impurity contents in ice cores as indicators of past changes in the climate system. A section of an ice core is continuously melted on a melter head supplying a sample water flow which is analyzed online. This provides high depth and time resolution of the ice core records and very efficient sample decontamination as only the inner part of the ice sample is analyzed. Here we present an improved CFA system which has been totally redesigned in view of a significantly enhanced overall efficiency and flexibility, signal quality, compactness, and ease of use. These are critical requirements especially for operations of CFA during field campaigns, e.g., in Antarctica or Greenland. Furthermore,a novel device to measure the total air content in the ice was developed. Subsequently, the air bubbles are now extracted continuously from the sample water flow for subsequent gas measurements.
The network is also a way to stay in touch with all things SUU Thunderbirds athletics, including updates on alumni events, tickets, apparel and merchandise. Written by May 1, 2019 /Sports News – Local SUU Athletics Launches Thunderbird Network Its purpose is to assist current and former student-athletes in their transition to contemporary life after their athletic careers conclude. Tags: SUU Thunderbird Network/SUU Thunderbirds athletics Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCEDAR CITY, Utah-Wednesday, Southern Utah University’s athletics department launched the Thunderbird Network.
Images: Belgian NavyBelgian Navy’s Tripartite-class minehunter M924 Primula detected what it classified as a potential mine in the Gootebank area, about 14 nautical miles off the coast, February 25.The Navy ship thereafter used its Seafox-I ROV (remotely operated vehicle) and identified the sonar contact as a German LMB mine from World War II, which was estimated to have about one ton of explosive charge.The ship’s diving team subsequently detonated the mine using explosive charges.The LMB was a parachute non-contact mine used by the German forces in two modules. At 1.000 kg of explosive charge, the LMB (Luftmine B) the Belgian Navy found is lighter than the LMA (Luftmine A) which carried 1500 kg of explosive charge.M924 Primula is one of six minesweepers of the Belgian Navy. It was launched on December 20, 1990 at the Mercantile-Belyard shipyard in Rupelmonde, Belgium and christened on June 12, 1991. GALLERY: Belgian Navy destroys WWII mine Share this article March 1, 2016 View post tag: Belgian Navy Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today GALLERY: Belgian Navy destroys WWII mine View post tag: M924 Primula
View post tag: US Navy Share this article View post tag: Aim-9x Block II April 3, 2017 View post tag: Raytheon Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today Raytheon gets $200M for AIM-9X Block II deliveries The U.S. Naval Air Systems Command has awarded Raytheon a $199.7 million contract modification for the delivery of 317 AIM-9X Block II missiles.The Navy will receive 107 all up round tactical full-rate production Lot 17 missiles while the Air Force will get the remaining 210.In addition, this modification provides for the procurement of 199 Block II captive air training missiles for the U.S. and the governments of Australia, Indonesia, the Netherlands, Romania and Poland and 15 special air training missiles for the government of Australia and Taiwan.The AIM-9X Block II is the latest version of a U.S. military missile family which first entered service in 1956. It is also the most widely used air-to-air missile currently in use by more than 40 nations throughout the world.AIM-9X entered operational service in 2003 while the Block II upgrade, with an updated electronics package and the ability to lock on after launch using a new datalink that supports beyond-visual-range engagements, entered full-rate production in 2015.Raytheon is expected to complete work on the contract in March 2020. Raytheon gets $200M for AIM-9X Block II deliveries
By Jon Zimney – February 5, 2021 0 171 Pinterest IndianaLocalMichiganNewsWeather WhatsApp Pinterest Previous articleToll road closed near Howe exit due to deadly semi crash, chemical spillNext articleAbandoned building in South Bend getting a new life Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Facebook Google+ (Photo supplied/ABC 57) Wet snow, wintry mix then a quick fall in temperatures into Friday morning. A slushy (wet) snow freezing to the roads Friday morning is the main concern as temperatures drop into the teens quickly after midnight.Bitter cold and a snowy pattern will persist through the weekend and next week. Temperatures only get colder, highs in the teens and lows in the single digits, nearing zero. Areas due east of the lake could see nearly continuous, light lake effect snow showers over the next week. The time of most likely snow accumulation for many, are Sunday night and Monday night, with Tuesday morning possibly the greatest impact. With frigid temperatures every flake will stick. The deep freeze lasts into next weekend.Your ABC 57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Center Forecast:Friday: Mostly cloudy. Temperatures falling from 18.Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High 14.Sunday: PM Snow showers. High 12.Monday: PM Snow showers. High 18. Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Twitter More snow, near zero and subzero temps on the way
Arizona four-piece Spafford is coming in hot with a huge Fall tour. In addition to the 34 national dates, Spafford has partnered with CID Entertainment to offer fans an “All In” VIP Experience so those planning to see the quartet in Colorado can further enhance their weekend experience.Spafford’s national Fall tour will see the Arizona natives performing two nights at Asheville Music Hall in Asheville, NC, two nights in Denver, CO — including a special VIP-only performance — their first headline play at Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, NY and an appearance at Suwanee Hulaween in Live Oak, FL. The band will perform two sets at all club plays.In partnership with CID Entertainment, Spafford is offering their fans an “All In” VIP Experience to those traveling to Colorado. This limited-run ticket includes admission to the Ogden Theatre on Thursday 11/9, alongside an intimate private VIP-only performance at the new Globe Hall in Denver, CO on Saturday, 11/11.The “All In” ticket price also features: a Meet & Greet/Photo Opportunity with Spafford, access to the Ogden Theatre soundcheck on 11/9, a limited edition event poster signed by the band, one exclusive Spafford merchandise gift, a high-quality download of soundboard audio from each night, and on-site concert hosts.General on sale for all dates is this Friday, June 16th, with most tickets available for purchase beginning at 11AM local time. Exceptions to this general on-sale time include: 9/30 Brooklyn Bowl at 10AM EST, 10/3 at Higher Ground Showcase Lounge at 10AM EST and 11/9 at Ogden Theatre at 10AM MST.For most dates, there will be a limited allotment of tickets available via a Songkick fan club presale taking place on Wednesday, June 14th at 11 AM local time. Visit the band’s website for additional information on specific dates.Spafford Tour DatesWed. 9/27 – Charlottesville, VA – The SouthernThurs. 9/28 – Baltimore, MD – The 8X10Fri. 9/29 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry @ The FillmoreSat. 9/30 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl +Sun. 10/1 – Ithaca, NY – The HauntTues. 10/3 – South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground Showcase Lounge +Wed. 10/4 – Hamden, CT – The Ballroom at The Outer SpaceThurs. 10/5 – Northampton, MA – Iron Horse Music HallFri. 10/6 – Cambridge, MA – The SinclairSat. 10/7 – Portland, ME – Port City Music HallSun. 10/8 – Albany, NY – Lucky Strike SocialWed. 10/11 – State College, PA – State TheatreThurs. 10/19 – Columbia, MO – Rose Music HallFri. 10/20 – Nashville, TN – Mercy LoungeSat. 10/21 – Asheville, NC – Asheville Music HallSun. 10/22 – Asheville, NC – Asheville Music HallTues. 10/24 – Charlotte, NC – Visulite TheatreWed. 10/25 – Athens, GA – 40 Watt ClubThurs. 10/26 – Live Oak, FL – Suwannee HulaweenFri. 10/27 – Live Oak, FL – Suwannee HulaweenTues. 10/31 – New Orleans, LA – Parish @ House of BluesThurs. 11/2 – Baton Rouge, LA – Spanish MoonFri. 11/3 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall UpstairsSat. 11/4 – Austin, TX – Antone’s Night ClubSun. 11/5 – Dallas, TX – HoB Cambridge RoomTues. 11/7 – Lawrence, KS – The BottleneckWed. 11/8 – Omaha, NE – The Waiting RoomThurs. 11/9 – Denver – CO – Ogden Theatre +Sat. 11/11 – Denver, CO – Globe Hall *Tues. 11/14 – Seattle, WA – Crocodile CafeWed. 11/15 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir LoungeThurs. 11/16 – San Francisco, CA – The IndependentFri. 11/17 – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram BallroomSat. 11/18 – Flagstaff, AZ – Orpheum Theater+ notes dates w/ variable on-sale time* notes special private VIP “All In” date, tickets not available separately