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          Dolan praises St. Dominic at KofC convention      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Baltimore, Md., Aug 8, 2018 / 03:54 pm (CNA).- The Archbishop of New York encouraged Catholics to imitate the patient and persistent prayer of St. Dominic, during a homily Aug. 8 at the 2018 Knights of Columbus convention in Baltimore.

“Jesus prefers patient, persistent, persevering, pestering prayer! St. Dominic claims this creates within us a readiness, a space, to receive God’s answer.  We would say such constant prayer exercises our ‘faith muscle,’ which tends to get flabby,” said Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York.

The cardinal pointed to St. Dominic’s dedication to the rosary and contemplation of the Gospels as daily practices worthy of imitation, comparing St. Dominic’s perseverance with that of the Canaanite woman in the Gospel.

Dolan also commended the amount of prayer that takes place at the Knights of Columbus’ annual convention, which includes daily Masses, a Eucharistic adoration chapel, and invocations before every event.

Aug. 8 is celebrated in the Church as the memorial of St. Dominic, the 13th century founder of the Order of Preachers, known as the Dominicans, who spread devotion to the rosary.

“This towering saint gives us an abundance of attributes to celebrate: his preaching, so renowned that his spiritual sons are called ‘the order of preachers’; his intellect, the spring that gave us scholarly giants such as St. Albert and St. Thomas Aquinas; his zeal, as St. Dominic was non-stop in his teaching, preaching, travel, and work, all for Jesus and His Church,” said Dolan.

However, he reminded the Knights that prayer was “what generated the renowned preaching, scholarship, and evangelical energy of St. Dominic.”

After the Mass, the Greek Melkite Archbishop of Aleppo, Syria, Jean-Clement Jeanbart spoke briefly about a pilgrim icon of Our Lady Help of Persecuted Christians, which was then blessed by Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore.

Lori’s blessing was the kickoff to the Knights’ Marian icon prayer program. The archbishop invoked St. Paul’s words, “though we are afflicted in every way, we are not crushed; though perplexed, not driven to despair; though persecuted, not forsaken; though struck down, not destroyed.”


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          L3 SAN Storage Engineer - JP Morgan Chase - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Cordray wants $1.8 billion-plus to tackle Ohio infrastructure needs      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Austin Stadium Vote Could Trigger Crew’s Move To Texas      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Anthony Precourt, owner of the Columbus Crew, has been pushing for months to move his team to Austin, the largest city in the country without a major professional sports franchise.
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          Midterm Mania No. 1: Why Democrats and Republicans should worry about the Ohio results      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Midterm Mania No. 1: Why Democrats and Republicans should worry about the Ohio resultsTuesday was primary day in Michigan, Missouri, Kansas and Washington state. This week’s marquee event was the special election to replace former GOP Rep. Pat Tiberi in Ohio’s 12th U.S. House District, encompassing the Columbus suburbs and surrounding area — and both Democrats and Republicans have reason to be encouraged and discouraged by the results.



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By Evan Weiner | Austin, Texas, could have a Major League Soccer team soon if the city council decides to go ahead and finalize stadium plans that would bring the Precourt Sports Ventures owned Columbus Crew to the city. That could happen on August 9. The details still need to be worked out but the […]
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Some freedom-from-religion advocates are pressing Maryland and six other states to remove provisions from their state constitutions prohibiting people who don't believe in God from holding public office. The Openly Secular coalition, based in Columbus, Ohio, says the other states are Arkansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. The New York Times first reported on the campaign. The Supreme Court struck down such restrictions in 1961. Maryland state Sen. Jamie Raskin said Thursday that the ban is among a number of what he called "obsolete provisions that are littering the constitution." The Montgomery County Democrat says those items could best be addressed by a constitutional convention. Marylanders get to vote every 20 years on whether to hold a constitutional convention. The next referendum is set for 2030.
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          Federal Judge Dismisses ERISA Suit Against 401(k) Plan's Fiduciaries As Untimely      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio federal judge on July 12 dismissed a breach of fiduciary lawsuit filed against the sponsor, administrator and fiduciaries of 401(k) retirement plan, finding that the claims are foreclosed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act's statute of limitations (Enrique Bernaola v. Checksmart Financial LLC, et al., No. 16-684, S.D. Ohio, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 115882).
          Ohio, Kansas elections too close to call; Trump claims win      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

WESTERVILLE, Ohio — Two high-stakes elections that tested President Donald Trump's clout and cost both parties millions of dollars were too close to call on Wednesday. Trump claimed victory in one nevertheless and proclaimed himself '5 for 5' for Tuesday's Election Day.

In battleground Ohio, the president took credit for Republican Troy Balderson's performance, calling it "a great victory," though the congressional contest could be headed to a recount. Democrats could also celebrate their strong showing in the district that has gone Republican for decades.

"We're not stopping now," Democrat Danny O'Connor told cheering supporters Tuesday night. Whoever is eventually declared the winner in the special election will take office immediately but only until the end of the year. The two men will face off again in November for the full 2019-2020 term.

But Trump declared unconditional victory, tweeting Wednesday, "As long as I campaign and/or support Senate and House candidates (within reason), they will win!"

He claimed to have helped five GOP candidates win, including Bill Schuette for Michigan governor, John James for Michigan Senate and Josh Hawley for Missouri Senate. "5 for 5!" Trump tweeted.

Though, as in Ohio, the Kansas primary for governor was too close to call.

With election officials halting the vote count Wednesday morning, Secretary of State Kris Kobach led incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer by fewer than 200 votes. It could be several days before all absentee votes are counted.

The day's races in five states, like many before them, tested the persistence of Trump's fiery supporters and the momentum of the Democratic Party's anti-Trump resistance.

The results were helping determine the political landscape — and Trump's standing within his own party — as the GOP defends its House and Senate majorities this fall.

If Balderson holds on in Ohio, Republicans will have won eight of nine special House elections since 2016, most in Republican-leaning districts.

In Kansas, Republicans were fighting among themselves in an unusual battle for governor in which the president sided with the incumbent's challenger.

A new state law allows ballots postmarked as of Tuesday to be counted, so long as they arrive within three days of Election Day.

Kobach received a late endorsement from Trump. Colyer received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association and had the backing of Kansas political legend Bob Dole.

Should the polarizing Kobach win the primary, some Republican operatives fear he could lose the governorship to Democrats this fall. The race could become further disrupted if Kansas City-area businessman Greg Orman makes it onto the November ballot. He submitted petitions Monday with more than 10,000 signatures for what could become the most serious independent run for Kansas governor in decades.

Trump made his preference clear for Kobach.

"He is a fantastic guy who loves his State and our Country - he will be a GREAT Governor and has my full & total Endorsement! Strong on Crime, Border & Military," the president tweeted on the eve of the election.

In Kansas' 3rd Congressional District, Sharice Davids became the state's first Native American and gay nominee for Congress.

The 38-year-old attorney and activist prevailed in a close six-candidate Democratic primary and will face four-term Republican Rep. Kevin Yoder.

Davids edged labor lawyer Brent Welder, who received the endorsements and a June campaign visit from Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and New York House candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Democrats are targeting the district, which includes the state's metropolitan Kansas City area. Hillary Clinton narrowly won it in the 2016 presidential race.

In Ohio, the script for the special election was somewhat familiar this year: An experienced Trump loyalist, Balderson, was fighting a strong challenge from O'Connor, a fresh-faced Democrat in the state's 12th congressional District, a Columbus-area suburban area held by the Republican Party for more than three decades. As voters were going to the polls, Trump said Balderson would make a "great congressman."

The winner takes the seat previously held by Pat Tiberi, a nine-term incumbent who resigned to take a job with an Ohio business group.

There were at least 3,367 provisional ballots left to be reviewed. That's enough for O'Connor to potentially pick up enough to force a recount.

The Associated Press does not declare winners in races subject to an automatic recount.

In a special election season that featured nearly a dozen congressional contests, Democrats claimed just a handful of wins, but they may have cause for optimism this fall. In virtually every special election test dating back to the spring of 2017, Democratic candidates performed significantly better than their party had in those same places two years earlier.

Trump won Ohio's 12th Congressional District, for example, by more than 11 points in 2016; on Tuesday night, Balderson and O'Connor were separated by less than 1 point.

There are 79 House races this fall considered more competitive than the Ohio district — at least looking at Trump's 2016 performance — according to data compiled by the Democrats' national campaign committee.

Despite the deadlocked race, the details of the Ohio returns suggest considerably higher Democratic enthusiasm less than 100 days before the midterms.

O'Connor's total of nearly 100,000 votes far exceeded what the Republican Tiberi's Democratic opponent got in 2014. Balderson's total — just more than 101,500 votes — was barely two-thirds of Tiberi's 2014 mark of about 150,000.

"Over the next three months, I'm going to do everything I can to keep America great again, so that when we come back here in November — get ready, we gotta come back here in November — I have earned your vote for a second time," Balderson told supporters.

It's unclear how much Trump's support helped or hurt Balderson. Described by campaign operatives as a "Whole Foods" district, the largely suburban region features a more affluent and educated voter base than the typical Trump stronghold.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a leading voice in the GOP's shrinking anti-Trump wing, once represented the district in Congress.

At times, the race centered on Trump's tax cuts as much as the candidates.

O'Connor and his Democratic allies railed against the tax plan, casting it as a giveaway for the rich that exacerbates federal deficits and threatens Medicare and Social Security. Balderson and his Republican allies have backed away from the tax plan in recent weeks, training their fire instead on top House Democrat Nancy Pelosi.

O'Connor's campaign spent $2.25 million on advertising compared to Balderson's $507,000, according to campaign tallies of ad spending. But the Republican campaign arm and its allied super PAC picked up the slack, spending more than $4 million between them.

In Michigan , former state Rep. Rashida Tlaib is poised to become the first Muslim woman in Congress. She won the Democratic nomination to run unopposed in November.

The field was set in two Senate contests.

In Missouri, Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill claimed her party's nomination, while state Attorney General Josh Hawley will represent the GOP.

And in Michigan, Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow will take on military veteran and business executive John James, who won the GOP nomination. James would join Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina as the chamber's only black Republicans.

Trump tweeted that James is "a potential Republican star."

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Peoples reported from Washington. Associated Press writers John Hanna in Topeka, Kansas, and Angie Wang in Westerville, Ohio, contributed.

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Troy Balderson, Republican candidate for Ohio's 12th Congressional District, greets a crowd of supporters during an election night party Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, in Newark, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)

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Kansas Republican gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach greets supporters during his primary election watch party on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Topeka, Kan. (Chris Neal/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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Danny O'Connor, the Franklin County recorder, shakes hands with supporters during an election night watch party at the Ohio Civil Service Employees Association, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, in Westerville, Ohio. O'Connor ran against Republican Troy Balderson in a special election race for Ohio's 12th District after the retirement of Pat Tiberi who served as the U.S. Representative from 2001-2018 in the reliably Republican district. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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FILE - In this May 30, 2018, file photo, Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer, right, answers a question from reporters as Lt. Gov. Tracey Mann, left, listens during a news conference in Topeka, Kan. Colyer and immigration hardliner Kris Kobach were virtually tied atop a seven-candidate field with nearly two-thirds of the precincts counted in the primary, late Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. (AP Photo/John Hanna, File)

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Voters cast their ballots among an array of electronic voting machines in a polling station at the Noor Islamic Cultural Center, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, in Dublin, Ohio. Two-term state Sen. Troy Balderson, is fighting off a strong challenge from Democrat Danny O'Connor, a 31-year-old county official, in a congressional district held by the Republican Party for more than three decades. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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Michigan U.S. Senate candidate John James gives a thumbs up after casting his ballot on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018 at Orchard United Methodist Church in Farmington Hills, Mich. (Max Ortiz/Detroit News via AP)

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Abdul El-Sayed, Democratic candidate for Michigan governor, visits his Detroit field office to thank all of the volunteers for their hard work on the campaign Tuesday, Aug.7, 2018, in Detroit. (ClarenceTabb Jr./Detroit News via AP)
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          Grimes shows Reserve Grand Champion Bull      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Maplecrest Insider won Reserve Grand Champion Bull at the 2018 Ohio State Fair Angus Show, July 28 in Columbus. Lauren Grimes, of Hillsboro, owns the October 2017 son of PVF Insight 0129. Jeff Bedwell, Isabell, Okla., evaluated the 92 entries. Maplecrest Insider won Reserve Grand Champion Bull at the 2018 Ohio State Fair Angus Show, […]

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          Thread: Conventions:: Why no conventions in Pittsburgh, PA?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

by squared82

Does anyone know why there isn't a current gaming convention in Pittsburgh? What is stopping one from going on? I know there are a few vibrant gaming groups in the area?


Before people comment, I know the following things to be true:
1. Yes, I know PAX Unplugged is in Philadelphia (4-5 hours away from PGH)
2. Yes, I know Origins is in Columbus and isn't too far (4-5 hours away from PGH)
3. Yes, I know GASP used to hold a convention in the past.


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          Proposal To Increase State's Minimum Wage Passes Hurdle      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A ballot effort to boost Ohio's minimum wage has cleared an initial hurdle. Attorney General Mike DeWine certified a petition for the proposed constitutional amendment Friday, saying it had the necessary signatures and a "fair and truthful" summary. The proposal seeks to increase the minimum wage for non-tipped workers to $10 an hour on Jan. 1, 2017. That amount would then increase in 50-cent increments each year until it reaches $12 an hour in 2021. Tipped employees would get $6 an hour beginning Jan. 1, 2017, with other increases thereafter. Current minimum wage is $8.10 an hour for non-tipped workers, and $4.05 an hour for tipped employees. The proposal heads next to the Ohio Ballot Board before backers can gather more signatures.
          Board decides ballot language of SB5 referendum      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio voters opposed to a new collective bargaining law that limits public employee unions will get to vote no at the ballot box this fall, following a decision Wednesday by the state Ballot Board. The decision followed hours of negotiation by Secretary of State Jon Husted, the boards Republican chairman. It echoes years of Ohio ballot tradition, but also counts as a victory for the laws opponents. Voters against or confused by an issue tend to vote against it. Proponents of the law signed by Gov. John Kasich in late March wanted a yes to favor repeal of the controversial Senate Bill 5 and a no vote to oppose repeal. They argued the committee fighting the law has spent more than $4 million making clear it is a repeal question.
          shift supervisor - Store# 02630, EASTON - LAZARUS (FDS) - Starbucks - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Baltimore history, culture have a place at Knights of Columbus convention      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

BALTIMORE — The chalice on the center of the altar was given by the pope to the third archbishop of Baltimore nearly two centuries ago. The local … Read More

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          The Michigan All-Numbers Team: Defense      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Michigan All-Numbers Team: Defense Seth August 7th, 2018 at 1:22 PM

Previously:

This week: We continue picking the best number for each position with the defensive side. Offense is here.

Rules: It's what you wore when you contributed there. Starts, stats, big plays, etc.

All photos from priceless resource UM Bentley Library unless stated otherwise. All-Americans highlighted.

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A Short History of Defensive Positions

My goal so this wouldn't just be some useless offseason #content was to include all players since they started having numbers in the '20s. That way it's not just "here's the guys we remember from the last 10 years."

That makes defense WAY harder to do this (correctly) than for offense. Great two-way players are best known for their offensive feats and were typically listed with their offensive positions, for example Benny Friedman played quarterback on offense but halfback (cornerback) on defense. Defensive positions have changed dramatically over the years, and what you call a thing often takes another generation to change after the job has changed (for a taste, watch this 1940s defensive tutorial).

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From the '30s to the '60s centers, fullbacks and one of the guards played linebacker. One safety played in the parking lot to deter quick punts because offenses would take a 50-yard field position swing over possession any day.

Transition periods are good for new position names and player nicknames—we're going through one now with Viper—but tough on roster data. Exempli gratia: the starter data list Dominic Tedesco and John Anderson as defensive ends in 1976. In 1977 they were both starters again but now at "outside linebacker."

No, Michigan didn't "switch" that year from a 5-2 defense to a 3-4. They just fixed the glitch. This gets especially troublesome when you consider how often shifts put 3-4 "tackles" on the edge. I mean, they called Mark Messner a tackle his whole career, even though he spent that career aligned up like so:

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#60 at the bottom

Since the jobs haven't changed nearly as much as the names, I'm going to do defense by job description.

[After THE JUMP: The numbers.]

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Nose Tackle (Down Guard, Middle Guard, Nose Guard) #96

Will Carr, Ryan Glasgow, Bob Kolesar as an underclassman

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[Right: Upchurch]

My new rules made this hard: a lot of HM options and no clear winner. The top three were especially close: Martin and Glasgow were very similar players, and Carr was better than Bo's early '70s starter Greg Ellis, but #68 has (the better years of) a Seven-Oaks post, and 96 includes a guy from when I was at school that we try not to talk about. And I wanted to go with 54 because one should take every opportunity to mention Donnie Warner, since Michigan had a non-scumbag, non-loser, non-bench player who was the same size as Rudy with a tougher life story starting on a better defense because Warner was friggin' Sherlock Holmes at knowing offensive linemen tells.

Ultimately I nodded toward the more recent two because we can still talk about the 1940s star who wore this number as a sophomore. Bob "The Maulin' Medical Man" Kolesar was the backside guard (with Julius Franks the frontside) and played on or off the line depending of if Michigan was in its 6-2 or 5-3 alignment. However he only did that for a few games in 1940 before switching to #68. He would later try to stay in med school while enlisted in the U.S. Army and technically on the Detroit Lions. He also kicked off a legacy: Bob's distant cousin Bill played tackle for Michigan in the '50s, Bill's son John Kolesar, a receiver, played with Harbaugh. John's son Caden is a 2019 DB/ATH at St. Ed's with mostly MAC offers who might end up at Northwestern.

Nex let's talk about Will Carr, an All-American in 1996 who can only be googled by including the words "Jason Horn." Carr can take credit for some of that, as Horn wracked up 11 sacks and 18 TFLs in '95 with Carr sucking up doubles. He also lined up at fullback some, though he tended to fumble when he had the ball. Fortunately he lost control after he broke the plane on this one.

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And Ryan Glasgow was the best of the Glasgows. Remember when about this time one year there were practice reports that Glasgow was ahead of Ondre Pipkins? Larry Harrison was a planetoid starter until he was kicked off the team for creepiness.

#68: Mike Martin (2009-'11), Greg Ellis (1971-'72), and Robert Kolesar (1941-'42). FYI 1947-'48 star OG Stu Wilkins played linebacker on defense when Crisler wasn't inventing the platoon system to get him off the field)
#54: Steve Graves (1976-'77), Donnie Warner (1973), Ernest Pederson Jr. (1936)

All backups no starters number:
#61: Alex Callahan (1957-'58), (Donald Dugger 1951, '53), Lloyd Henevald (1948-'49), John Gallagher (1943), Stanley Broadnax (1965), Nate Rodgers (1983-'84)

Enough of these:
#93 is the jersey they give planetoids who don't pan out: Alex Ofili, Jason Kates, Marques Slocum, Ray Edmonds, Erik Knuth, Jason Ptak, and Ron Kocan—they all share Ofili's single start.

Bring it back:
#65: It had a great run after Dominic Tomasi then went to backups in the '70s and disappeared thereafter.

Defensive Tackle (DT, 3T, 3-4 DE, 4-3 under 5T) #11

Francis Wistert, Albert Wistert, Alvin Wistert

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So 60 has Messner, and Buster Stanley. 97 has Hutch and a pair of decent early 2000s DTs. 77 has two All-Americans, one of whom goes by "Sheriff" because prior to playing for Michigan Milan Lazetich was the sheriff of his Montana town.

But we have to talk about the Wisterts, who mic-dropped their retired number for this position before we even got to the second half of the 20th century. The Wisterts would be the Hughes family if all three played for Michigan (Jack after 10 years of doing manual labor). Except it was football, and they all played both ways in three different eras: Francis for Kipke, Albert for Crisler, and Alvin for Oosterbaan. All three were All-Americans. All three are members of the College Football Hall of Fame. Between them they have four national championships.

Francis "Whitey" Wistert was the eldest of five children of Lithuanian immigrants—their father was a police officer killed in the line of duty when Whitey was 15. At 6'2"/210 he was big for his era, a star on the offensive line. In an era of misdirection on misdirection Whitey defensively was particularly hard to fool. Third brother Albert "Ox" Wistert was the most talented and second to play for Michigan. His line play was cited as the reason Michigan beat Notre Dame in '42, a game that was only slightly less important than the War. Second bro Alvin "Moose" Wistert was the third to come to Michigan, the largest of the three, and the least likely to end up a Michigan football star. Moose dropped out of high school worked in a factory until WWII, when he served in the Marines. He took the GI bill to Boston University at Age 30 then transferred to Michigan. He was the defensive star of the championship '47 and '48 teams, and captain of the '49 team, at 33.

Other contenders:
#72 Robert Wahl, Jim Orwing (1955-'57), Bill Pritula ('46-'48), James Balog (1952-'53), Clement Bauman (1944), John Yanz (1963-'64)
#60: Mark Messner, Buster Stanley, Grant Bowman
#97 Chris Hutchinson, Shawn Lazarus, Will Johnson, Jeff Perlinger, Chris Ziemann
#68: Albert Wistert for a year, Stu Wilkins, Gregory Ellis
#75 : Bill Yearby, Bruce Hilkene, Richard Williams, Ralph Stribe, Doug Troszak, William Kolesar
#76: Trent Zenkewicz, Tom Johnson, Ed Meads, Jon Schopf, Mike Leoni, Ralph Kohl, Charles Ruzicka
#61: Alex Callahan, Don Dugger, John Marcum, John Gallagher, Lloyd Heneveld, Nate Rogers
#90: Ninef Aghakhan, Norman Heuer, Michael Keller, Juaquin Feazell, Chris Godfrey, Vinny DeFelice

Enough of these:
So much of recent history had Greg Mattison or Brady Hoke coaching the DL and they're really good at finding and developing this kind of guy. Plus, like, do you want a number nobody's worn since 1969 (74?). All numbers are open for DTs.

Bring it back:
#91: Josh Williams had 34 starts, only two other tackles have worn it.
#39: Henry Hill, Edwin Poorman Will Heininger. Everyone who wore it started.
#80: Alan Branch is all alone.
#11: Surely we can find a dollop of Wistertian blood today to be worthy of unretiring this. Cross with some Glasgow genes and let's goooooo!

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Defensive End/Edge: #56

LaMarr Woodley (2003-'06), James Hall (1997-'99), Bill Hewitt (1929-'31), Edgar Madsen (1924)

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This is a weird position grouping: I included all work done as a 4-3 defensive end (4-3 under 5-techs went with the DTs) all the way out to 3-4 OLBs, so we're including weakside ends, SAMs, and all of those 5-2 Oklahoma ends from the '60s and '70s. Basically guys expected to pass rush and hold the edge of the line.

I think when I announced I was doing this people figured #56 would take this position because of Woodley and Hall. Once glance below at the competition should tell you that wouldn't have cut it. The number nearly disappeared when budding star sophomore end Edgar Madsen suddenly died of pneumonia in 1924:

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…and the Daily suggested his number be retired.

What did put them over the top was Bill Hewitt, an NFL hall of famer, whose number 56 was retired by the Chicago Bears when he left as the last NFL player to refuse to wear a helmet. He played end and fullback for Michigan and was the MVP of the '31 team that had Maynard Morrison, Charles Bernard, Harry Newman, Ted Petoskey, and a Wistert on it.

After Hewitt, reserve end Chester Stabovitz (name team!) then 1937-'38 starter Vincent Valek wore it.

James Hall burst into opponents' backfields by earning a starting job as a true sophomore in 1997. As with Woodley, they'd call Hall an "RLB" as the weakside end of Michigan's base 4-3 Under; Hall went on to a productive NFL career as an undersized yet unblockable edge rusher. As for Woodley, here's an insane and grainy video that includes videogame clips until Wolverine Historian makes us a better one:

Other contenders:
#86 John Anderson (1975-'77), Martin Davis (1990-'92), Gene Knutson (1952-'53), Gary Prahst (1957-'58), Oswald Clark (1948-'50), Bob Brown (1962), Steve Thibert (1985-'87) Donald Eeaton (1972-'73)
#47: Bennie Oosterbaan, Jake Ryan
#81: Glen Steele (1994-'97) the half of the time they weren't in an under, Dan Jilek (1974-'75), Mike Rotunno (1954-'55), John Halstead (1958-'59), Gene Topp (1951-'53), John Henderson (1963), Bob Boshoven (1957)
#99: Robert Thompson (1979-'82), Dominic Tedesco (1975-'77), Pierre Woods (2002-'05), Jake Frysinger (2001)
#88: Elmer Madar (1942-'46), Craig Roh (2009-'12), Harry Allis (1948-'50) Ron Kocan (1962), Bill Freehan (1960), Bob Rennebohm (1943)
#91: Matt Dyson (1991-'93), Tom Seabron (1976-'78), Walt Williamson (1971-'73), Rondell Biggs (2004-'06), Phil Seymour (1970), David Ray (1950-'51)
#55: Brandon Graham (2006-'09), Dale Keitz (1977-'78), Jibreel Black (2010-'11), Rasheed Simmons (1994-'96), and bits from Gannon Dudlar, Dhani Jones and Cecil Pryor
#90: Tim Jamison (2007-'08), Jake Ryan (2011), Michael Keller (1969), Juaquin Feazell (1996-'98)
#6: Paul Goebel as a junior (1921—he wore #1 in his All-American year), Victor Hobson (1999-2002), David Bowens (1995-'96), Prescott Burgess (played SAM in 2005)

Enough of these:
#95: That one Alain Kashama game is carrying this alone. Whiffs including Patrick Kratus, Chris Rock and Bob Rosema
#93: Three starts by soph and jr Mike Lemirade in the '80s are the contributions from 20 seasons of edge guys wearing this, most recently Chris Rodgers and Lawrence Marshall (who'll contribute at DT this year if he ever does)

Bring it back:
#6: The four guys above are the only edge players to wear it, and single digits are cool.

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Middle Linebacker: #37

Jarrett Irons (1993-'96), Erick Anderson (1988-'91), Tony Rio (1957-'59), Tom Kee (1972), Chris Graham (2005-'07), Zach Kaufman (2000-'03), Mel Anthony (1963), and Jake Ryan as a redshirting freshman

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I'm sorry, but if you were expecting another number to stand for Michigan middle linebackers you shouldn't have sent a guy born in 1979 to make the picks. I'm all about the doom squirrel archetype that Larry Foote and Ian Gold pioneered after, but there was something about a thumpin' neck-rolled bad-ass screaming up the middle and ending a guy that shaped my early understanding for good defense, and that's all thanks to Mr. Anderson and Mr. Irons. Anderson doesn't have a highlight reel but start The Game of 1991 at 12:00 and start counting how often 37 is around the ball.

With Anderson still fresh in memory, Irons came up, and starting tackling everything in sight. He was named captain his junior year in 1995 and by the end of 1996 he led Michigan in career tackles. I might have written in my high school paper that Sam Sword should switch to 37 in '97 since 93 is a weird number for a linebacker.

Here are all the MLBs, WLBs, plus fullbacks (the original linebackers), centers (the original middle linebackers), and a handful of 5-3 era right guards. Tony Rio, who also played some offense but let Gene Sisinyak take most of those snaps, lost most of his junior year in '58 for leading gambling ring. Rio pled to a misdemeanor and came back to captain the '59 team, when his famous luck led to a nine fumble recoveries.

Mel Anthony switched to full-time offense in 1963 when the NCAA eased the 1952 platooning restrictions but he was a good linebacker before that. Tom Kee was a 2nd team All-American to both the AP and UPI in 1972 playing weakside linebacker in Bo's 5-2 defense that gave up just 57 points all year and would have finished unbeaten but for a legendary referee jobbing in Columbus.

More recently we've had Chris Graham, who is not related to Brandon and should definitely not be lined up on a slot receiver, but was a decent and longtime starter. Zach Kaufman too was rather unheralded for mostly okay play, but his reputation was salvaged by the drop-off in WLB play after he was injured in 2002.

Other contenders:
#48: President Gerald R. Ford (1932-'34), Desmond Morgan (2012-'14), Jack Weisenburger (1946-'47), Dave Dobreff (1990-'93)
#33 Mike Taylor (1970-'71), Don Lund (1942-'44), Carl Russ (1973-'74), Wayne Sparkman (1962-'63), Tom Peterson (1947-'48), James Byers (1957), Marrell Evans (2008)
#57: Maynard Morrison (1929-'31), Tim Anderson (1983-'84), James Dickey (1958), Chris Singletary (1997-'98)
#53: Dick O'Shaughnessy (1951-'53), Jerry Goebel (1955-'57), Mel Owens (1977-'79), Thomas Cecchini (1963-'65), Robert Erben (1948-'49)
#2: Jack Blott (1923), Ernie Vick (1921), Cedric Smith (1915-'16), and future M coach Elton Wieman (1917)

Enough of these:
#51: With respect to Jerry Smith, lately this has been Eric Brackins, Max Pollack, Michael Ferns, and walk-ons. Shoulda stopped at John Duerr

Bring it back:
#93. The other positions aren't doing anything with it, and Sword!

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Safeties & Hybrids: #25

Tom Curtis (1967-'69), Ernest Shazor (2002-'04), Dymonte Thomas (2014-'16)

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[Right: Fuller]

This position has given me trouble every edition of this series because of the long safety drought in the 2000s. The great old ones weren't a lot of help either because they often stashed some fast guy who couldn't hit back there to prevent the offense from punting when it wasn't their turn (this was a problem until the 1960s). Around the time Bo arrived teams began moving their fullback into a position very similar to the Viper in Don Brown's defense, and Bo changed the term to "Wolfman". Eventually the wolfman or whatever other cool name you could come up with became the strong safety. I counted those and modern Vipers.

Choosing a number was tough: the leaders all have two All-American seasons plus a decent player then a drop-off. For #3 I told myself I would count Marlin's cornerback work there—his year at safety was good but injured after six games. But Tripp Welborne had two A-A seasons in A-squared and Stevie Brown was good as a senior at Spur—Shonte Peoples played on some good defenses but I mostly recall him getting beat. I had another out with #35, with two great safeties from Bo's early years. But Chuck Winters as 3rd guy over Dymonte or even Stevie? Nuh.

So let's finally acknowledge Mr. Ernest Shazor's Thorpe season, which gets dogged for being too hitty and not enough coveragey but it was majorly hitty. And 'twas that hitty that saved the season:

Let's also acknowledge that Tom Curtis is probably the best safety in Michigan history (Dave Brown '72-'74 is the competition). Arriving as a quarterback Curtis moved to safety before his sophomore season and started 8 games as a sophomore, setting Michigan's single-game INT record with three against Illinois—he had 7 that year. He wasn't done, picking off 10 balls in '68, and 8 more in 1969. Never actually that fast, Curtis nevertheless dominated by reading the offense. His 25 interceptions in the pre-let's-pass-a-lot era remain a school record.

Dymonte Thomas was good, never exceptional, splitting time at strong safety with Delano Hill in 2015 then starting at free safety for the even better 2016 defense after a few underclass years when we wondered if he might be moved to receiver. Dymonte was the best at corralling slippery dudes in open space, a useful skill in a Big Ten era with Saquon Barkley, Ezekiel Elliott, J.T. Barrett, Curtis Samuel, Akrum Wadley, Lorenzo Harrison and Ty Johnson in it.

Other contenders:
#3: Tripp Welborne (1988-'90), Marlin Jackson (part of 2003), Shonte Peoples (1992-'93), Stevie Brown (2007-'09), Marvin Robinson (2010-'12)
#35: Don Dufek (1973-'75), Tom Darden (1969-'71), Chuck Winters (1993-'95), Dieter Haren (1984)
#17: Dwight (1975-'77) and Ivan (1984-'86) Hicks, Otis Williams (1990-'91), Clarence Thompson (1993), Deollo Anderson (1992)
#14: Tony Gant (1983-'86), Frank Gusich (1970-'71), Josh Metellus (2017), Josh Furman (2013)
#41: Randy Logan (1971-'72) and Tommy Hendricks (1997-'99)
#49: Rich Volk (1964-'66), Chuch Ortmann (1950), Bob Ptaceck (1958)

Enough of these:
#19: Willis Barringer is the only 19 to start, and he only started so much (17 games!) because of Angry Michigan Safety-Hating God.

Bring it back:
#85: Michigan was later than most schools to go to a pair of safeties after offenses began using split ends as receivers in the early 1950s because Lowell Perry, one of those fancy new receivers himself, could cover ground like a modern NFL free safety.

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Cornerback: #3

Marlin Jackson (2002, '04), John Maulbetsch (1915-'16), Todd Howard (1999-'02), Marion Body (1980-'82)

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The other reason I didn't use 3 above because we've got three All-American seasons from two guys, and a lot of starts from the backup cast. Historically halfbacks played something closer to what a safety does today—it wasn't until the 1960s that platoon football created a need for guys who can cover a crazy receiving target on his own.

We'll start with the guy you haven't met a bunch of times, because he's more local. John "Maulie" Maulbetsch grew up in Ann Arbor (Pioneer), but transferred to Michigan at 21 after a year at Adrian College, where Maulie beat up on Yost's freshman squad. Yost called him "Another Willie Heston" which would be like someone using the Barry Sanders tag today. In his first year playing for Michigan Malbetsch was nicknamed the "German Bullet" or the "Human Bullet" because dude was known to scream down from his halfback (think of a Cover 2 safety) position into whatever gap was being tried. He won national notoriety by nearly beating Harvard singlehandedly in 1914 (his All-American season), and was blamed for Harvard canceling the rematch in Ann Arbor in 1915. They needn't have bothered: Maulbetsch was out with appendicitis that year and came back not quite himself. But he recovered to captain the 1916 team. Tiny even for his day he was nicknamed the "Featherweight Fullback" as a pro, and is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Michigan gives out the John Maulbetsch Award to their favorite freshman every year. That has a nickname too.

The 2002 recipient of the Maulbetsch Award was Marlin Jackson, who switched to Maulie the Human Bullet German Bullet Featherweight Fullback Another Willie Heston's number after his (Marlin's) freshman season. That freshman season was promising but didn't say anything about an All-American sophomore performance, when he wracked up PBUs and tackles. In 2003 Marlin tried to solve that nagging free safety problem himself, then turned down the NFL for another All-American senior season when he did as much as Braylon to send a freshman-quarterbacked team to the Rose Bowl. Marlin's 2002 game against Washington star receiver Reggie Williams is one of the greatest single-game performances in Michigan history. Marlin is also well known to this here site because he went on to found the Fight For Life Foundation, a super-modern, model youth services charity that we'd believe in strongly even if it wasn't created by one of the greatest players in Michigan football history.

I didn't leave much room to talk about Todd Howard, who's joined us for a number of events, mostly in Chicago, since he now coaches in his native(ish*) Bolingbrook. In his playing days Todd was the short cornerback we complained about less because James Whitley was a bigger issue, but spoiled as we were by Woodson, we couldn't appreciate a solid undersized guy who could tackle. Howard would start 34 games for Michigan from 1999-'01, when he played opposite Mr. Jackson above.

* (Todd grew in Southfield, same grade, different elementaries, just across Telegraph from me, but we both moved away before middle school)

We were too young to remember Marion Body who was recruited by Jack Harbaugh and ended up being coached by Harbaugh's replacement Lloyd Carr. Body was inserted as the fist dimeback in the history of football in 1980 as part of Michigan's plan to stop Purdue's potent shotgun passing attack; Body collected one of four interceptions thrown that day by up-to-then Heisman frontrunner Mark Herrmann. Body also picked off two against Notre Dame that year, but is best known for getting called for pass interference to set up ND's winning kick. He started most of '81 and '82 at cornerback, but they learned to stay away from Body's field side after '80. Or the dance he did after they stuffed Illinois:

Other contenders:
#18: Bump Elliott (1947), Jim Pickens (1975-'76), Blake Countess (2011-'13), Leo Koceski (1948-'49), Ralph Chubb (1946), James Rogers (2010)
#16: Mike Jolly (1977-'79), Paul White (1941-'43, '46), Fred Julian (1957-'59), Ed Shannon (1954-'56), Ralph Chubb (1944), Willie Heston, Jr. (1930)
#22: Ty Law (1992-'94), Lance Dottin (1989-'91), Jim Bolden (1975-'76), Glenn Doughty (1969-'70), David Long (2017-?), Gerald White (1984)
#30: Bradley Cochran (1983-'85), Andre Weathers (1997-'98), Markus Curry (2002-'04)
#14: Morgan Trent (2005-'08), Harry Kipke (1921), Dick Sygar (1963-' 64), Don Oldham (1951-'52), Mike Shatusky (1957), Gary McNitt (1960), and Dick "Pick" Vick …sorry, sorry, growing up now (1923)

Enough of these:
#5: James "Future Star of the XFL" Whitley, Courtney Avery, Coleman Wallace who played as turned around as his name, and Charles Stewart. As long as we count Peppers at safety (I do).

Bring it back:
#46: Used to be a big number for Michigan halfbacks.

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Special Teams: #19

Remy Hamilton Mike Gillette, Bob Bergeron, Carl Ward, Ronald Bellamy

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Three of Michigan's greatest kickers all wore the same number so I had to go with this one over 6, but check out 6 after.

Bob Bergeron was the tiny guy with a huge leg. A walk-on, Bergeron held plackekicking duties for 1983 and '84, going 28/32, earning one all-conference decision and, that Iowa game, and a pizza. After Bergeron Mike Gilette, an all-state quarterback with MAC offers to play under center, took the same number and became the leading scorer in Michigan history thanks to 53 FGs, 130 XPs, and that touchdown—also his 56-yarder is the longest by a Michigan kicker. Gillette was also a strong punter, averaging 40 yards as the team's punter in 1988. Remy Hamilton, who kicked from 1993 to 1996, holds most of the volume Michigan records: five in game, 30 in a season, 63 in a career, 82 attempts. His 4-4 performance vs Notre Dame in 1994 is among the best outings for a Michigan kicker, even if he couldn't tackle Mike Miller.

Carl Ward was a backup running back and all-around offensive weapon who helped Michigan get back to the Rose Bowl in 1964. Naturally he was the kick returner for 1964-'66 (more on the punt returner in a moment). Ron Bellamy was Michigan's primary punt returner in 2000, averaging 11 yards per return though he only ever broke one long (against Rice). He was also a fixture on kickoff and punt units since he got down the field faster than anyone else on the team.

Other contenders:

#6: KR Tyrone Wheatley, PK Ali Haji-Sheikh, PR David Brown (3 punt return TDs from 1972-'74), PK Peter Elezovic, KOS Troy Nienberg (2001-'02, also wore 10)
#3: Ross Ryan, Robert Wood (1973-'76), Brandon Kornblue (1996-'97), Marlin Jackson (his only punt return was the Wisconsin TD), Tripp Welbourne, Quinn Nordin, Brad Robbins
#1: Six return TDs between Derrick Alexander (4) and Anthony Carter (2)
#38: Garrett Rivas (2003-'06), JD Carlson (1989-'91), Erik Lovell (1993-'94), Jason Vinson (1995-'98)

Enough of these:

#34: Since Brabbs it's been Gingell, the scholarship guy who was so bad it doomed the Rodriguez years to walk-ons, and Gibbons, who was a good kicker who should have been removed from the team his redshirt season. There's also Justin Fargas who couldn't catch a kickoff. Retire it for Brabbs.

Bring it back:

#12: For now (Chris Evans be comin'), the last player to wear #12 at Michigan for an entire career remains cornerback/gunner Brandon Williams (1999-'02), who collected that muffed punt return against Wisconsin and delightfully didn't know he couldn't run it in. B-Will, one of the fastest players in Michigan history, is probably the best gunner we've ever had. George Hoey wore it in the mid-'60s and averaged 17 yards per punt return in 31 returns, with 1 TD. Peppers, for reference, averaged 13.1 yards, and Derrick Alexander was at 12.7 despite 4 TDs. Blake O'Neill had that bad thing but until then it was the best game by a punter in Michigan history. Also in '89 there was a kicker named Gulam Khan, which is just a perfect setup for a kicker at a nerd school. More 12's on special teams.

The All-Numbers Team

  • QB: #7, for Leach, Henson, Henne
  • RB: #42, Boles, Billy Taylor, Wally Teninga
  • FB: #33, Hoard, Don Lund, Peterson, Russ Davis, Hurley, Sparkman Byers, Dave Fisher, et al
  • TE: #88, Butt, Mandich, McGee, Freehan, Harry Allis, Massaquoi, Dunaway, Madar, Campbell, others
  • WR: #1, Duh. If anything I underrated McMurtry and I'm sorry.
  • OT: #77, Not as duh as you might think but Long, Lewan, Jansen, Art Walker, Lazetich, Trezelle, Pape, & Newsome
  • OG: #65, Kurt Becker, Reggie McKenzie, Omameh, Henige, others
  • C: #59: Lilja plus Dworsky, Momsen, Balourdos
  • NT: #96: Will Carr, Ryan Glasgow
  • DT: #11: The Wisterts
  • DE/Edge: #56: Woodley, Hall, Hewitt, Madsen
  • LB: #37: Irons, Anderson, Rio, Kee, others
  • S: #25: Tom Curtis, Shazor, Dymonte
  • CB: #3: Marlin, Maultbetsch, Howard, Body
  • STs: #19: Remy, Gillette, Bergeron
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MEZman

August 7th, 2018 at 1:28 PM ^

"This gets especially troublesome when you consider how often shits put 3-4 "tackles" on the edge."

 

Sorry, couldn't resist.

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Seth

August 7th, 2018 at 1:47 PM ^

Nope. You need more than one dude there or else this is just a silly "Let's name the best player at each position" exercise and thus boring. The only corners or halfbacks (in the single platoon era) to wear 2 were Woodson and one year of Blake Countess that wasn't his best year. JT Turner rode pine. 

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mgobaran

August 7th, 2018 at 3:24 PM ^

When does 2 get retired? Howards was given a legends patch in 2011 (20 years after his college career ended). Althought the official retirement came in 2015 with the end of the legends program.

Coming up on 21 years since Woodson. 

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AC1997

August 7th, 2018 at 1:47 PM ^

Sorry, I'm about the same age as you and when I close my eyes and picture an all time defense it is #3 at Safety (Tripp Welborne) and #2 at Corner (Woodson may be the only one.....but he was the GOAT).  

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time with less than a 1% margin. 

Over at Fox News, a political analyst (I use that term charitably) declares the result of the Balderson-O'Connor contest to be a sign there will be no blue wave this fall and the positive impact of Donald Trump's last minute visit had on Balderson's victory.  Of course, that's crap political analysis.  Ohio District 12 was competitive in the special election for one reason and one reason only:  Donald J. Trump.

Supposedly Balderson was cringing about Trump's last minute visit to the district, which no doubt ginned up the Democratic opposition to his candidacy much more than it motivated Trump Republicans.  Fortunately for Balderson, he also had the endorsement of a politician in Ohio who. unlike Trump, is actually popular with general election voters, Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich who also used to represent the district in Congress.  On election night, Balderson thanked Trump, but neglected to mention Kasich's support which no doubt was much more helpful in securing the narrow victory.  Not smart since Balderson will need Kasich's support to win in the remtach set for November.

Taking a closer look at the county-by-county vote in Ohio 12 is noteworthy.  The Franklin County portion of the district, the northern suburbs of Columbus, Ohio, went heavily for the Democrat in contrast to recent history.  Delaware County, the wealthy suburban county immediately north of Franklin County, used to vote heavily for Republicans and gave Tiberia 72% of the vote in 2016.  In the special election though, Balderson only received 54%of the vote in Franklin County

In politic prognostication, the margin of election victories matter.  When heavily Republican districts are barely being won by the GOP, that means there are a whole slew of closer districts which will not not survive the blue wave that only a fool does not see is coming.
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          State Tested Nurse Aide - Diversity Search Group - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Feeds, bathes, dresses, moves/lifts patients, provides preventative skin care, brushes teeth, cleans/trims fingernails, changes bedding and incontinence pads... $13 an hour
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          Senior HRIS Analyst - Headway Workforce Solutions - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Understands how data feeds from the HR system work with other business systems ensuring the accurate display of data in these systems, recognizing data problems...
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          Outside Sales - Application and Product Specialist (Remote) - Columbus McKinnon Corporation - Winnipeg, MB      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Division- Columbus McKinnon Ltd. Travel may be required within Columbus McKinnon Corp’s domestic footprint. Headquartered in Getzville, NY, Columbus McKinnon...
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          Charlotte Jones celebrates her 89th birthday      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A wonderful 89th birthday was held this summer at the Bloomingburg town hall to honor Charlotte Jones, who has resided in Bloomingburg her entire life. The hall was decorated very festive, and family and friends gathered for a delicious meal and an afternoon of fellowship and reminiscing with Charlotte. Those present traveled from Columbus, Dayton, […]

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          Title\/Underwriting Assistant - USA-OH-Columbus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Gadfly Bites 8/8/18 – Contributing Factors, or The Whale      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
  1. Reporter Josh Sweigart is still digging deeply into the difficulties facing Dayton City Schools. Case in point: his look at six factors that contribute to the observed achievement gap between black and white students in the district. He takes a deeply historical approach to his analysis here. (Dayton Daily News, 8/7/18) The difference between that piece and this one – looking at the topic of student health and academic achievement based upon survey responses from schools and districts around Montgomery County – could not be more stark. Forget about cultural bias and food insecurity; these schools are apparently worried their students’ hearts could stop at any moment! (Dayton Daily News, 8/8/18)
     
  2. The newest academy concept school operated by Toledo City Schools made its debut this week. The Aerospace & Natural Science Academy of Toledo opened in renovated digs at the airport. Sounds generally STEM-my and interesting, but I do wonder whether this much sauce was really required to get kids into the Air Force. Two interesting points in this brief story: First, unlike previous academies we’ve reported on, it seems that all the support for this one is coming from the district itself – $4.5 million was reportedly needed to kit out the building alone. Heaven only knows about transportation going forward! Second, though, is even more intriguing (since we know that Toledo schools are flush with cash). It is noted here that students at the academy will come from “across Northwest Ohio”. Wonder how that bit of school choice sleight-of-hand is going to happen? (Toledo Blade, 8/6/18)
     
  3. Speaking of the more shadowy realms of school choice in Ohio, here’s a profile on what is known colloquially as an “08 school”, named for the section of state law that authorizes them to exist – aka a non-chartered, non-tax-supported, non-public school. Well, I say “profile” but it’s more of a deep-dive investigation piece more suited to such topics as Area 51 or chemtrails. Why all the interest? Because the Christians of Faith Academy appears to be a nascent football powerhouse which has sought out a daunting schedule of games against all the existing powerhouses. Which is something you don’t do in Ohio high school sports without your fair share of scrutiny. For what it’s worth, this non-sports fan says go Ironmen! I think. (ThisWeek News, 8/6/18)
     
  4. In more-traditional-school sports news, ice hockey will return to Stow-Munroe Falls High School this winter for the first time in more than 10 years. Sounds like a big and expensive endeavor about which everyone involved clearly cares very deeply. This non-sports fan could barely care less, sadly. This clip’s for you, Jessica. Go Bulldogs! (MyTownNEO, 8/8/18)
     
  5. In Lorain, the elected school board this week voted unanimously to join the legal fight against the state law that created CEO-style Academic Distress Commissions, under whose aegis Lorain City Schools currently operates. Due to, you know, persistent academic underperformance. (Elyria Chronicle, 8/6/18) Speaking of Lorain-based legal stuff, at least six former administrators in Lorain are pursuing legal action against the district after being let go from their positions in sweeping changes made by CEO David Hardy. Why? Because, as the elected school board president lays it out: “Those administrators have a right to at least a teaching position.” Among other reasons. (Elyria Chronicle, 8/8/18)
     
  6. We end the day with what is great news to many across Ohio: The legal saga of the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow is likely done for good as the Ohio Supreme Court today ruled against the remnants of the former school’s appeal of a lower court ruling. I don’t have anything witty or insightful (or even “edgy”) to add here, but I’m sure others’ voices will fill that void. (Columbus Dispatch, 8/8/18) While the above clip feels like a showstopper, we can’t end here. Why? Because I want to give the redoubtable Doug Livingston the final word in today’s clips. Doug’s bête noir of more than two decades—his white hatted whale, if you will—has finally been vanquished from Ohio waters. White Hat Management, he writes this week, is out of the charter school business forever. “The for-profit operator founded in 2000 by Akron industrialist David Brennan has quietly sold off the last of its contracts to run charter schools. Brennan and his company formed a primordial force that ushered these publicly funded but privately run schools to Ohio some 21 years ago.” Sheer poetry, right? A fitting end. (Akron Beacon Journal, 8/7/18)
     

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          Remembering Bob Shamansky, the last Democrat to win Ohio’s 12th District      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

WASHINGTON (JTA) — There’s a nail-biter in Ohio’s 12th District, if you haven’t noticed. Danny O’Connor, a Democrat, has refused to concede to Republican Troy Balderson following Tuesday’s hair’s-breadth special election for the seat encompassing Columbus and its environs. The winner will succeed longtime Republican incumbent Pat Tiberi, who abruptly left Congress for the private...

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          shift supervisor - Store# 02630, EASTON - LAZARUS (FDS) - Starbucks - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Job Summary and Mission This position contributes to Starbucks success by assisting the store manager in executing store operations during scheduled shifts...
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          barista - Store# 02630, EASTON - LAZARUS (FDS) - Starbucks - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Job Summary and Mission This position contributes to Starbucks success by providing legendary customer service to all customers. This job creates the...
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          Database Administration Specialist 3 - State of Ohio Jobs - Franklin County, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lazarus 5 50 West Town Street Columbus 43215. UNLESS REQUIRED BY LEGISLATION OR UNION CONTRACT, STARTING SALARY WILL BE SET AT STEP 1 OF THE PAY RANGE.... $35.19 an hour
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          Senior Budget Analyst (20043466) - State of Ohio Jobs - Franklin County, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lazarus Government Center Lazarus Government Center Box 1049 Columbus 43216-1049. Works independently or as part of a team to research & estimate fund revenues ... $54,954 a year
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          Environmental Specialist 2 (20046851) - State of Ohio Jobs - Franklin County, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lazarus Government Center Lazarus Government Center Box 1049 Columbus 43216-1049. Assists division staff with reviewing, preparing, processing, and recommending... $50,086 a year
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          Administrative Professional 2 (20046716) - State of Ohio Jobs - Franklin County, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lazarus Government Center Lazarus Government Center Box 1049 Columbus 43216-1049. Relieves supervisor of routine administrative duties in all DERR programs,... $18.09 an hour
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          .Net Developer - Aptask - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*Qualifications* This role requires a wide variety of strengths and capabilities, including: * BS/BA degree or equivalent experience. * Advanced knowledge of...
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          CNC Operator - Reliable Staffing Resources - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Adjust and feed machine. We are looking for a CNC (computer Numerical Control) Operator, someone with experience!... $12 - $15 an hour
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          CNC Machinist - BelFlex Staffing Network - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Loads feed mechanism by lifting stock into position. CNC Operator Machinist Job Responsibilities:.... $14 - $18 an hour
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          Sr. Automated Tester - Solu Technology Partners - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A good understanding of batch jobs and automating generation and validation of data feeds. Experience working in an agile environment....
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          Bathing / Dressing And Meal Preparation Full-time Support Needed For Myself In Columbus, OH. - Care.com - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
My hands don't work well where I can open packets or cereal boxes or jars and things like that but I'm able to feed myself....
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          State Tested Nurse Aide - Diversity Search Group - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Feeds, bathes, dresses, moves/lifts patients, provides preventative skin care, brushes teeth, cleans/trims fingernails, changes bedding and incontinence pads... $13 an hour
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          Senior HRIS Analyst - Headway Workforce Solutions - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Understands how data feeds from the HR system work with other business systems ensuring the accurate display of data in these systems, recognizing data problems...
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          (USA-OH-Columbus) SALAD BAR/CASHIER - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At Abbott, we're committed to helping people live their best possible life through the power of health. For more than 125 years, we've brought new products and technologies to the world -- in nutrition, diagnostics, medical devices and branded generic pharmaceuticals -- that create more possibilities for more people at all stages of life. Today, 99,000 of us are working to help people live not just longer, but better, in the more than 150 countries we serve. **OVERVIEW:** Food Preparation in Café for Chef. Cover Stations in Café. Cashier Accountability, Food Sanitation and cleanliness RESPONSIBILITIES **:** This position is responsible for general food service work involving varied tasks including preparing food for all stations, specials and other food stations. Responsible for sanitation and food safety in designated food station. Assist Café management with food production, catering and other designated projects and events. Must possess the ability to: * Maintain a high level of quality and integrity of food confidence with customers * Provide outstanding customer service *Assist Chef in Kitchen preparation *Ability to follow a recipe to Chef’s/Team specification *Ability to follow computer based recipe (s) accurately * Assist Chef with food ordering for the designated stations * Maintain food ordering sheet with needed food requests to ensure that product is on hand * Assist in putting away stock * Open kitchen and turn on equipment as required * Maintain sanitation of station, sanitation certification *Deliver catering orders *Communicate needs to Café Staff accurately and timely *Train for the ability to fill in at all other Café Stations as needed * Ability to input accurate information for inventory program *Assist Chef in Kitchen in the proper practice of Preparation & Sanitation Techniques *Partner with cross-functional stakeholders *Ability to Lift 50 pounds *Work a flexible schedule as required by catering needs * Assist with other Café duties and stations as required **QUALIFICATIONS:** Minimum two + years experience in a kitchen environment * Strong customer service skills / Customer Service Experience * Strong verbal communication skills * Must be knowledgeable about the preparation and production of Entrees, soups and salads in Banquets at high volume pace * Ability to prepare quality food in a fast-paced working environment * Ability to be flexible and handle several tasks at once * Ability to follow directions * Ability to understand and follow a recipe * Positive Customer interaction skills a must * Prior Kitchen Experience of 2-3 years, High volume would be helpful * Prior experience in banquet service a plus * Flexibility of working different Stations * Quick learning agility An Equal Opportunity Employer Abbot welcomes and encourages diversity in our workforce. We provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities. To request accommodation, please call 224-667-4913 or email corpjat@abbott.com
          (USA-OH-Columbus) PREP COOK /SERVER - Columbus, Ohio      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At Abbott, we're committed to helping people live their best possible life through the power of health. For more than 125 years, we've brought new products and technologies to the world -- in nutrition, diagnostics, medical devices and branded generic pharmaceuticals -- that create more possibilities for more people at all stages of life. Today, 99,000 of us are working to help people live not just longer, but better, in the more than 150 countries we serve. **OVERVIEW:** Food Preparation in Café for Chef. Cover Stations in Café. Cashier Accountability, Food Sanitation and cleanliness RESPONSIBILITIES **:** This position is responsible for general food service work involving varied tasks including preparing food for all stations, specials and other food stations. Responsible for sanitation and food safety in designated food station. Assist Café management with food production, catering and other designated projects and events. Must possess the ability to: * Maintain a high level of quality and integrity of food confidence with customers * Provide outstanding customer service *Assist Chef in Kitchen preparation *Ability to follow a recipe to Chef’s/Team specification *Ability to follow computer based recipe (s) accurately * Assist Chef with food ordering for the designated stations * Maintain food ordering sheet with needed food requests to ensure that product is on hand * Assist in putting away stock * Open kitchen and turn on equipment as required * Maintain sanitation of station, sanitation certification *Deliver catering orders *Communicate needs to Café Staff accurately and timely *Train for the ability to fill in at all other Café Stations as needed * Ability to input accurate information for inventory program *Assist Chef in Kitchen in the proper practice of Preparation & Sanitation Techniques *Partner with cross-functional stakeholders *Ability to Lift 50 pounds *Work a flexible schedule as required by catering needs * Assist with other Café duties and stations as required **QUALIFICATIONS:** Minimum two + years experience in a kitchen environment * Strong customer service skills / Customer Service Experience * Strong verbal communication skills * Must be knowledgeable about the preparation and production of Entrees, soups and salads in Banquets at high volume pace * Ability to prepare quality food in a fast-paced working environment * Ability to be flexible and handle several tasks at once * Ability to follow directions * Ability to understand and follow a recipe * Positive Customer interaction skills a must * Prior Kitchen Experience of 2-3 years, High volume would be helpful * Prior experience in banquet service a plus * Flexibility of working different Stations * Quick learning agility **EDUCATION:** Culinary Arts Degree Preferred An Equal Opportunity Employer Abbot welcomes and encourages diversity in our workforce. We provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities. To request accommodation, please call 224-667-4913 or email corpjat@abbott.com
          Dolan praises St. Dominic at KofC convention      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Baltimore, Md., Aug 8, 2018 / 03:54 pm (CNA).- The Archbishop of New York encouraged Catholics to imitate the patient and persistent prayer of St. Dominic, during a homily Aug. 8 at the 2018 Knights of Columbus convention in Baltimore.

“Jesus prefers patient, persistent, persevering, pestering prayer! St. Dominic claims this creates within us a readiness, a space, to receive God’s answer.  We would say such constant prayer exercises our ‘faith muscle,’ which tends to get flabby,” said Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York.

The cardinal pointed to St. Dominic’s dedication to the rosary and contemplation of the Gospels as daily practices worthy of imitation, comparing St. Dominic’s perseverance with that of the Canaanite woman in the Gospel.

Dolan also commended the amount of prayer that takes place at the Knights of Columbus’ annual convention, which includes daily Masses, a Eucharistic adoration chapel, and invocations before every event.

Aug. 8 is celebrated in the Church as the memorial of St. Dominic, the 13th century founder of the Order of Preachers, known as the Dominicans, who spread devotion to the rosary.

“This towering saint gives us an abundance of attributes to celebrate: his preaching, so renowned that his spiritual sons are called ‘the order of preachers’; his intellect, the spring that gave us scholarly giants such as St. Albert and St. Thomas Aquinas; his zeal, as St. Dominic was non-stop in his teaching, preaching, travel, and work, all for Jesus and His Church,” said Dolan.

However, he reminded the Knights that prayer was “what generated the renowned preaching, scholarship, and evangelical energy of St. Dominic.”

After the Mass, the Greek Melkite Archbishop of Aleppo, Syria, Jean-Clement Jeanbart spoke briefly about a pilgrim icon of Our Lady Help of Persecuted Christians, which was then blessed by Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore.

Lori’s blessing was the kickoff to the Knights’ Marian icon prayer program. The archbishop invoked St. Paul’s words, “though we are afflicted in every way, we are not crushed; though perplexed, not driven to despair; though persecuted, not forsaken; though struck down, not destroyed.”


          Knights of Columbus pledge support for persecuted Christians      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Baltimore, Md., Aug 7, 2018 / 04:00 pm (CNA).- Knights of Columbus Supreme Knight Carl Anderson pledged the fraternal organization’s continued efforts to aid and rebuild persecuted Christian communities in the Middle East, during his Aug. 7 address at the 2018 Knights of Columbus convention in Baltimore, Maryland.

Anderson also unveiled a new pilgrim icon, “Our Lady Help of Persecuted Christians,” created for the Knights by Italian artist Fabrizio Diomedi. The icon will travel from parish-to-parish across the country to raise awareness, show solidarity, and inspire support for persecuted Christians.

In his opening remarks at the convention, taking place August 7-9, Anderson said that he hopes that this “pilgrim icon program” will “focus the eyes of our Church on the sacrifice of so many of our brothers and sisters in Christ.”

Anderson’s remarks highlighted the pivotal role that the Knights of Columbus have played in supporting Christians in the Middle East, where they have committed more than $20 million since 2014 to provide “food, shelter, and clothing to our neighbors who lost everything in Iraq and Syria because they refused to give up their love of Christ.”

“It is clear that without the support of the Knights of Columbus, Christianity might have died in Iraq,” said Archbishop Bashar Warda of Erbil, Iraq, in a video shown during Anderson’s speech. The Chaldean archbishop’s community was driven from their historic home in the Nineveh Plains by repeated attacks from the Islamic State starting in 2014.

Vice President Mike Pence also thanked the Knights of Columbus for their support of minorities in the Middle East in a video message shown at the convention. Anderson said that the Knights are working with the vice president to ensure that these minority communnties are included in U.S. and U.N. assistance in Iraq.

“When the conflict between Kurdistan and the Government of Iraq threatened an ancient Christian town that had just been rebuilt, we alerted the State Department and the White House.  We worked with them to help de-escalate tensions and avoid a bloody conflict that could have ended the Christian presence in Iraq,” said Anderson.

The Supreme Knight also thanked Archbishop Jean-Clement Jeanbart of Aleppo, Syria, who was in attendance at the Baltimore convention, for his courageous leadership.

Anderson said that he is challenging the Knights of Columbus to raise $1 million this year to finish a project to provide housing for both Syriac and Chaldean Christian families. The 140-unit apartment building will be called the McGivney House, in honor of Father Michael McGivney, the Connecticut priest who founded the Knights of Columbus in 1882.

Anderson commended the Knights for meeting last year’s challenge of raising $2 million for the rebuilding of the Iraqi town of Karamles, which he said had been “a Christian town for centuries before ISIS overran it, drove out its inhabitants, destroyed their homes, and desecrated their churches.”

One Knights of Columbus council in Nebraska, St. John the Baptist Council 10-305, raised $163,000 for the families of Karamles at a dinner and auction.The funds will be used to rebuild more than 80 homes of Christians in Iraq.

“If we value only self-interest, we will get discord and division. But if we value charity — if we value unity and fraternity — we will build a society where the common good is protected,” said Anderson.

He highlighted the many other charitable initiatives the Knights have funded throughout the world, including providing for 950 ultrasound machines, 7,649 new wheelchairs, 105,000 new coats for children, and a pilgrimage that brought over 200 wounded veterans and military personnel to Lourdes, France. Last year, the Knights also contributed $4.2 million dollars for disaster relief after hurricanes hit Puerto Rico, Texas, and Florida.

The Knights of Columbus’ total charitable contributions last year exceeded  $185 million dollars with its members providing 75.6 million volunteer hours.

Internationally, Anderson also announced that the Knights of Columbus is expanding, with its newest territory in now in South Korea and a new State Council designation for Ukraine. He also noted that the Knights have experienced a considerable growth in membership both in France and the Philippines.

This year, membership totalled 1,967,585 - a new high, according to Anderson.

Addressing attendees in the Baltimore Convention Center, Anderson quoted a speech delivered by Saint Pope John Paul II at the Baltimore Orioles Park at Camden Yards next to the center:

“Catholics of America,” St. John Paul II proclaimed, “Always be guided by the truth — by the truth about God who created and redeemed us, and by the truth about the human person, made in the image and likeness of God.”


          Goodbye, Columbus, Ohio. Now That You’re a Smart City, Everyone and Every Living Thing Is Being Exposed to Much More Harmful R      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Was the public aware that becoming a “Smart City” required them to be exposed 24/7 to radiation from harmful 4G and 5G small cell towers and related wireless infrastructure and products such as sensors, “Smart” Meters, Electric and Autonomous..
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          The Hurry Up: Ohio State Commits Set to Play on National Television While Several Pledges Receive Bump in Latest Composite Rankings      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Hurry Up is your nightly dose of updates from the Ohio State football recruiting trail, keeping tabs on the latest from commits and targets from around the country.

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

Several Ohio State commits will be featured on national television this fall as part of the GEICO ESPN High School Football Showcase, an 11-week, 18-game schedule that pits some of the nation’s top programs against one another.

Among this year’s slate of games, Scottsdale, Arizona, Chaparral — led by Buckeyes four-star quarterback commit Jack Miller III and four-star running back pledge Darvon Hubbard — will take on Phoenix Pinnacle on Friday, Oct. 19. The Pioneers are quarterbacked by Oklahoma five-star commit Spencer Rattler.

The showcase wraps up with a highly anticipated matchup between top-ranked IMG Academy and No. 10 Hoover, Alabama — which you may recall from MTV’s Two-A-Days fame. Ohio State four-star cornerback commit Lejond Cavazos and the Ascenders are looking to complete their fourth-consecutive undefeated season.

Another notable game on the schedule features a trio of the Buckeyes’ top targets, as Washington D.C. St. John’s College goes up against Good Counsel, Maryland. The No. 5 Cadets are led by five-star linebacker Mekhail Sherman, four-star wide receiver Rakim Jarrett and four-star defensive tackle Tre Williams, all of whom visited Columbus for the first time last month.

In addition to the teams mentioned above, this year’s showcase also includes No. 3 Grayson, Georgia; No. 12 Las Vegas Bishop Gorman; and No. 16 Archer, Georgia. Every game will be televised on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU.

SOME WELL-DESERVED MOVEMENT

With summer camps and 7-on-7 tournaments in the rearview mirror and actual football right around the corner, a new batch of 247Sports Composite Player Rankings — which combines prospect ratings from 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals — were unveiled earlier this week.

Ohio State holds commitments from 15 prospects, which is good for the eighth-best class in the country and No. 1 in the Big Ten. They hail from 10 different states, which includes three from within the state’s borders; two apiece from Georgia, Indiana and Tennessee; and one from Florida, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Texas and West Virginia.

You can see where the Buckeyes’ pledges stack up nationally (as well as their movement up or down the rankings) below:


          Say Anything      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"Well, I think all of us as coaches like to be on the radar from a standpoint of recognizing that our kids have worked hard and have earned this opportunity to be at a wonderful Bowl game."

"We obviously don't like to be on the radar when we err, but we know that's part of being on the radar. And it's not wrong. But as far as whether we've been under the radar or over the radar, I guess I don't check the radar that close. But we've been working hard to prepare ourselves and get ready to play a whale of a football team."

"And I've been pleased with our preparation. The beauty of games, as you look back, there's been, what, 28 games so far? You look at those games that have been played, and the same things that make the difference in games during the regular season are the ones that make the difference in this game. And so what we've got to do is we've got to make sure we do the things you need to do to be successful against a very, very good team. And I wish I could help you more on the radar thing, because I'm not that knowledgeable on where we are there."

"It's a bad answer, I know."


2011 sugar bowl postgame

Congratulations to you gluttons who consumed every bit of that 200-plus word answer to a throwaway question. This was The Jim Tressel Experience™ which Buckeye fans grew accustomed to for his decade coaching in Columbus. That meandering explanation to nowhere was his answer to this in New Orleans on Jan 3, 2011:

Jim, how much lower on the radar screen would you have rather have been on this Bowl with all that's going on?

Try to figure out if he was talking about an actual or metaphorical radar there. Maybe both? Either way, he acknowledged, 200-plus words later, that he had given a bad answer. Hey, at least it was really long and not provocative. That's all that matters.

Tressel was the king of speaking for several minutes without actually saying anything. He was as folksy and lacking urgency as he was complimentary and endearing, whether the Buckeyes had just won the game (often) or lost it (not often). He was all of those things, but he was rarely direct with his answers. For Tressel that sort of thing wasn't a phrase or idiom, it was a damn comma.

Travel back to the longest evening in the Ohio State football canon of the current millennium - Glendale, AZ, January 2007, BCS Championship. That nightmare could not end soon enough, and because life is merciless and cruel, the head coach and several players were stuck in the postgame press conference, being forced to extend their televised funeral.

Coach Tressel, the last two games you gave up a total of 80 points. What happened defensively?

I think if you look at the last two games, in both cases we turned it over back in there. And earlier in the year I think after about eight or nine games, we're in the top few in the country in turnover margin, and that helps your defense. And so, you know, very seldom do we get into an evaluation process that leaves any part of our game out, whether it's what the special teams did or didn't do to affect the defense or what the offense did or didn't do to affect the defense. I would say this, you know, Florida is a good offense. And I thought for a good majority of this year that Chris Leak was a little underappreciated. I think he's an outstanding player. Makes things happen. He's in command of what they do. Gets the ball spread around to some very good guys. And so I'm sure part of it is that Florida is very good. Part of it is that the other components of the whole team left the defense in some tough situations, as we did in our last game in the regular season. But I'm sure we can turn on the defensive film and see where we could have done better there. 

Another 200-plus words, this time to answer what was basically hey coach, please describe what getting murdered and then desecrated at your coronation feels like.

It's difficult to parse his reasoning, but he led with losing the turnover battle as a difference maker, which is odd because the 12-1 Buckeyes finished in the negative for that category in 2006, so...no, that wasn't it. He didn't answer the question. He just said anything, and it was allowed.

This happens all of the time in football press conferences. It has become the expectation for both fans and the journalists in attendance - just say something we can print so we can all get out of here. Coachspeak is an inefficient, non-committal language that carries many dialects and we're all conditioned to it.


2007 bcs championship postgame

Ohio State's current head coach speaks one of those dialects, yet it sounds little like Tressel's did - let's stay in the same nightmare evening: Coach Meyer, you just won the BCS championship and throttled Ohio State, which had previously beaten two other No.2 teams. How big of a factor was overall team speed? (emphasis added)

I have to watch the film. I think the combination of mixing up coverages, we used to be a man coverage team solely and I don't think we can do that much, not against a team like this. Not with the speed. You saw how fast Teddy was out in opening kick-off. I saw him walk out to the locker room. I don't believe he came back. The thing that makes Ohio State different than some other teams, they match speed with the physicalness. 

Raise your hand if you would have guessed that Florida's head coach was the only person that night in the stadium or watching on television who didn't see what everyone else saw.

The Gators were viscerally faster all night, except during the opening kickoff when Ginn...hey did he ever come back onto the field after that touchdown? Can't be sure until we check the film. He may have played some more; it's hard to say. Fifty-one days to prepare for the fastest player in the sport and detail freak Urban Meyer could not definitively remember if he even played a down. Okay.

No one batted an eyelash. And no one cared because coaches drop non-committal phrases all the time. Not a single Urban, you really don't know if Ted Ginn played tonight? Coaches say anything into microphones because their answers are rarely intended to carry any real weight. They bark at their players and are direct to a fault on daily basis, up until the point they have to go on the record.

MEYER'S most direct answers to questions almost always arrive under duress, which is to say he's more forthcoming when HE LOSES.

If you're bored, pick any Tressel/Ohio State or Meyer/Florida-or-Ohio State press conference transcript and scrutinize the questions and answers of your choosing. Pick any one for any coach, anywhere. You'll find a whole lot of hedging half-or-non-answers everywhere you look, and few consequences to saying nothing of substance.

They're conditioned. We are too. This language has a name - it's Coachspeak.

Coachspeak was born out of PR-driven caution to not accidentally blurt out anything that's headline worthy, too revealing or becomes a story in and of itself - because it's impossible to un-say something into a microphone. Don't get in trouble by saying too much, because you can't get in trouble for saying too little. Usually.

Half-answer all of the questions you're given and none of the questions you're not, and then move onto the next question. Don't think too hard. Just get to the end. Time is a vacuum.

And that's usually true, because coaches take softballs ranging from "what does your defensive backfield need to reduce the number of big plays" (answer: a series of whatevers) to "who is going to start at right tackle" (answer: a series of whomevers). Everyone writes it down, everyone else half-reads the story, everyone goes away.

Usually.


Coaches speak knowing that their words are going to be printed somewhere. The psychology behind what and how you say something when there's a microphone present is rarely rooted in being courageous or direct.

Urban's most direct answers to questions almost always arrive under duress, which is to say he's more forthcoming when his team loses (not often).

Q. When you were down last week this time, you talked about the maturity that your team showed in rallying against Penn State. Iowa scored 31 straight points after it was tied at 17. Did you misjudge the maturity level or the ability? Or is it a case of Iowa playing really well and you were just having a bad day?

COACH MEYER: I thought Iowa played really well. And we didn't play really well, and turnovers and not being able to get off the field on defense caused that game to turn out the way it did.

Yeah. That's what happened in Iowa City. He didn't have to check the film or anything.

Meyer was at his most vulnerable when he arrived at Ohio State and was pressed to describe what flaming out in Gainesville was like - probably because the questions felt a little more important - and why this time would be different, because flaming out twice would be bad. Those answers mattered more.

Saying nothing so often without consequence is not healthy conditioning, and it was at its most evident with Meyer's answers to Bill Landis, Doug Lesmerises and then Austin Ward when they asked him about Zach Smith's dismissal.

He prefaced his time on the podium by saying he would only take two questions before getting to football things, setting the tone from the outset: I do not want to talk about this thing you probably want me to talk about. He took three, and in each case he made it clear he had no interest in discussing firing the grandson of his favorite recently-deceased non-relative in the world.

Don't get in trouble by saying too much, because you can't get in trouble for saying too little. Usually.

This is an attempt at gerrymandering the press, where coaches select their questions the same way politicians choose their voters. He wasn't brave enough adequately captures the essence of what Meyer said about Smith's termination, especially in light of his subsequent mea culpa. He wasn't brave enough might also end up describing his actions around Smith for several years, once and if that information is made available.

Everyone understands that most of these guys just want to coach ball. Everything else, from players getting in trouble to the endless stream of requests - is a hassle. Those ancillary job requirements get in the way of coaching ball. Leading a team of 6th graders comes with none of those mundane obligations, but there are fewer commas in the salary too. It's a trade-off. 

So they do it half-assed with dripping reluctance as Meyer did in Chicago, nailing every element of Coachspeak in a sequence that captured the entirety of the dialect: Indirect, incomplete, inconclusive and evasive. Usually coaches get a pass for answering questions like that.

Usually.


          Three Freshmen Who Are Likely to Play Early in 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

There is a reason Ohio State has been able to maintain its level of success over the last 20-plus years. Its recruiting, starting with the John Cooper era, has been at an elite level. 

Yes, Woody Hayes and Earle Bruce pulled in some of the greatest players in Ohio State history during their time as head coach, but since Cooper arrived, the recruiting has been at a different level. 

Cooper could never get over the hump in the 1990's despite having arguably the best team in the country on more than one occasion, while Jim Tressel won a national title with a roster primarily made up of Cooper recruits. Tressel got to two more national title games with his own players and despite losing them both, kept Ohio State near the top of college football. 

Fast forward to 2018, the Buckeyes once again have one of the top recruiting classes in the nation stepping onto campus. While rookies don't normally play early in their careers at Ohio State, there are a few that have stood out. 

We have made these predictions earlier this season, but after watching practice on Tuesday, we give you our top three freshmen most likely to get early playing time as Buckeyes. 

Jaelen Gill, H-Back

While the majority of freshmen get their early reps in covering both kicks and punts, Jaelen Gill was spotted returning them at practice on Tuesday with the likes of Demario McCall and C.J. Saunders. 

Gill is one of the most dynamic athletes Ohio State has landed since Urban Meyer arrived in Columbus, and has both the hands of a true wide receiver and the vision and quickness of a running back. He is tailor-made for the H-back position in Ohio State's offense, but will likely see his first reps as a Buckeye as a return man, perhaps in the kicking game. 

After Parris Campbell suffered head injuries last year on kick returns, Ohio State has an opening to fill, and Gill could very well be the answer. He is sure-handed and is as dangerous as any freshman in the country with the ball in his hands. Pair him with McCall as the deep men on kick return, and the Buckeyes might even take one back for a touchdown this year. 

Jeremy Ruckert, Tight End

Before Ohio State launched an investigation into him following accusations he knew about alleged domestic abuse by Zach Smith, Meyer spoke at Big Ten Media Days about how tight end Jeremy Ruckert will play for the Buckeyes as a freshman. 

Ruckert has the potential to be the best receiving tight end Ohio State has ever had, but will also need to block in the Buckeye offense, an area he still needs to improve in. However, we have seen the Buckeyes use multiple two-tight end sets in recent years, and Ruckert could easily slide in next to Luke Farrell and make an impact in the passing game over the middle. 

At 6-foot-6, 240 pounds, he gives either Dwayne Haskins or Tate Martell a big target to throw to and at that size, can take the hits from linebackers and safeties. Ruckert is a player who can split out wide or line up in a three-point stance as a traditional tight end and be a weapon, and that alone should get him on the field early at Ohio State. 

Josh Proctor, Safety

With Damon Webb gone to the NFL, Ohio State has an opening at safety next to Jordan Fuller, and Josh Proctor could be a dark horse candidate to fill the position. 

Isaiah Pryor appeared to be the early favorite to win the position, but has had an entire spring and summer to win the job and even at Big Ten Media Days, Meyer wasn't sure who was going to win the role. Last season, Fuller and Erick Smith split reps before eventually Fuller took the job full-time, so we could see a similar battle this season, with Proctor being the young player who could snag the spot. 

At 6-foot-2, 190 pounds, Proctor is only seven pounds lighter than Pryor and has the potential to be a longtime starter in Columbus. If Pryor can't separate himself from the pack early, look for Proctor to be the next man up at that spot. 

Honorable Mention: Tommy Togiai

Togiai was the first freshman to lose his black stripe, and for good reason. He has all the potential in the world to be a big time contributor as a freshman. 

However, he is behind the likes of Dre'Mont Jones and Robert Landers, a pair of veterans who will likely get most of the reps on the interior this season. Jones specifically figures to be an every-down player, leaving less reps for a player like Togiai in the middle. 

Togiai will get reps this season, just maybe not as much as the guys listed above. 


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          Postal Worker Caught On Video Allegedly Calling Gay Couple ‘White F*****s’, Refusing To Deliver Their Mail      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

a postal worker allegedly called a gay couple a homophobic slur

An Ohio postal worker is accused of calling two gay men a homophobic slur and refusing to deliver their mail, WBNS-TV (Columbus) is reporting.

Michael Coward and his fiance, Michael Vaughn, say the dispute began when the postal worker, who has not been identified as of this writing, got upset with Coward for trying to grab his mail before the worker had put it all in the mailbox. She allegedly reacted by calling Coward a “f****t.”

From there, the worker allegedly brought race into the conversation.

“And then she just kept going on and on and on about me and my fiance being white f*****s. Yeah, not just f*****s. White f*****s.”

Coward then began recording the incident, just to make sure he had everything on video. He then confronted the woman, asking her to verify that she did, indeed, call him a “f****t” ten times. The woman could be heard on video responding, “I called you what you are.”

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          Pittsburgh New Works Festival Announces Line-Up For 28th Season      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Pittsburgh New Works Festival (PNWF) has announced its line-up for their 28th season of presenting world premiere plays to Pittsburgh audiences. The 2018 Festival includes 18 new plays presented by one of 18 Pittsburgh-region theater companies.

Each of these plays were selected from 341 submissions PNWF received from seven countries and 35 states.

The PNWF kicks off with two "pay-what-you-like" evenings of plays as part of its LabWorks Series. Each evening concludes with a reception and talkback with production teams and playwrights, when available:

LabWorks Week 1 (Sunday, August 19 at 7:00 p.m.)

- "Astronaut (or Frantic Action)" by Shelby Solla of Brooklyn, NY

produced by Hambones Theater Company

- "The Once and Future King of Zanzibar" by Ted Stenson of Calgary, Alberta

produced by Retro Red Productions

- "Tagged" by Jim Moss of Tampa, FL

produced by Split Stage Productions

LabWorks Week 2 (Sunday, August 26 at 7:00 p.m.)

- "The Bad Bone" by Jeremy Hermann of Berkley, MI

produced by South Park Theatre

- "Henrietta" by Joseph Krawczyk of New York, NY

produced by Actors Civic Theater

- "License and Registration" by Elliot Kreloff

produced by Iron Horse Theatre Company

The MainStage Festival includes four different programs, each includes three plays. Programs A & B alternate from August 30-September 9 and Programs C & D alternate from September 13-23.

Program A will be performed:

Thursday, Aug. 30 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 1 at 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 2 at 2:00 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 7 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 8 at 8:00 p.m.

- "The Survivor" by Gordon Bennett of Coatesvilles, PA

produced by McKeesport Little Theater

- "AleynaAnna" by Allston James of New York, NY

produced by Cup-A-Jo Productions

- "Survivor's Guilt, or, The Jumping-Off Point" by Alex Flanigan of Winchester, VA

produced by The Duquesne University Red Masquers

Program B will be performed:

Friday, August 31 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 1 at 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 6 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 8 at 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 9 at 2:00 p.m.

- "Thursday Mornings and Sunday Nights" by Charlotte Giles of Celina, TX

produced by The South Hills Players

- "Brace" by Annie LaRussa of New York, NY

produced by Little Lake Theatre

- "Columbus Day" by Stephen LaRocque of Bethesda, MD

produced by The Theatre Factory

Program C will be performed:

Thursday, Sept. 13 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 15 at 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 16 at 2:00 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 21 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 22 at 8:00 p.m.

- "I Forgot to Worry" by Lawrence Paone of Metuchen, NJ

produced by Stage Right Pittsburgh

- "When Romcoms Go Bad" by Ken Levine of Los Angeles, CA

produced by Prime Stage Theatre

- "Malum" by Ashley Rice of Boulder, CO.

produced by The Heritage Players

Program D will be performed:

Friday, Sept. 14 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 15 at 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 20 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 22 at 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 23 at 2:00 p.m.

- "An Unexpected Mourner" by Michael Wolfson of Valley Village, CA

produced by R-ACT Theatre Productions

- "The Civil War" by Michael Champagne of Brooklyn, NY

produced by Thoreau, NM - A Production Company

- "Where the Star Fell" by Kelly Bancroft of Youngstown, OH

produced by CCAC South Campus Theatre

All performances are held at Carnegie Stage (25 W Main St, Carnegie, PA 15106). Free parking is available.

A Festival Pass is the best value, allowing patrons to see every program of the MainStage Festival for $50. Single tickets are available for $17 (advance) or $20 (door). Student tickets are available for $15 (with valid ID). PittsburghNewWorks.org/tickets

The 2018 Pittsburgh New Works Festival is supported by media sponsors WYEP-FM and 90.5 WESA, along with support by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Off The Wall Productions Charitable Trust.

The Pittsburgh New Works Festival, Inc. (PNWF) is a non-profit organization with a mission of encouraging and supporting the writing and production of original one-act plays. Since its founding in 1991, PNWF has served as a collaborative organization, pooling the talents and rich resources of western Pennsylvania's emerging theater community and playwrights from around the world in a series of creative activities. The PNWF is dedicated to fostering the development of original one-act plays. Each year, 18 new one-act plays are produced by Pittsburgh region theater companies during the six weeks of the festival.


          The Ultimate Rich Kids Were the Children of Famous Explorers      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

When Cristóbal Colón/Christopher Columbus happened upon the New World, ripe for exploitation, he became a very wealthy man, although most of the riches went to the king of Spain for sponsoring the trip. But what happened afterward? Colón had two sons, Fernando and Diego, who inherited his wealth, but were they to inherit a portion of the lands their father "discovered," or a portion of what it produced, or just what Cristóbal left them when he died? The Spanish crown had passed to another generation as well, and Charles V did not see eye to eye with Colón's heirs.     

While Fernando was spending money, Diego was trying to consolidate his family’s status as one of the most powerful families in the “New World,” with control over Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and Cuba. Before his father’s first voyage, in 1492, Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand had agreed that, if his quest succeeded, Cristóbal Colón would be entitled to 10 percent of the takings of his voyage, plus a bevy of titles. Every time Diego tried to claim what he thought he was owed, the crown fought back. When he died, his father’s legacy was still contested.

The monarchy’s legal case rested on the idea that it wasn’t Colón, but one of his ship’s captains, who had first discovered the Americas. Ultimately, Diego’s widow went into arbitration with the crown, and his son, Luis Colón de Toledo, came out with a title—Admiral of the Indies—control of Jamaica, an estate in Panama, and a 10,000-ducat annuity that was meant to last in perpetuity.

It was, perhaps, less than the Colón family thought they were owed and less than Cristóbal’s contract specified. But the Colón family came out ahead of other scions of conquistadors.

The Age of Exploration enriched quite a few European families, who had varying degrees of success dealing with the riches and legacy of their explorer fathers. Read the adventures of the descendants of Hernán Cortés (who had a son in the New World and a son in the Old World, and named them both Martin), Francisco Pizarro, and Cristóbal Colón at Atlas Obscura.


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In a few days, Michael Bills, a 26-year veteran of FedEx Express, will jump in a straight truck at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, for a shot to become the country’s top trucker at the 81st annual National Truck Driving Championships.
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          Photo Flash: MadLab Presents the World Premiere of LOST IN TIME      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MadLab's world premiere production of Lost in Time by Tony Pasqualini will take place Fridays and Saturdays, Aug. 10 - 25, 2017, with a special preview performance on Thursday, Aug. 9, at MadLab, 227 N. 3rd St., in Columbus. Admission is $18 for the general public, $15 for students and seniors and $13 for MadLab members. Tickets are available online at www.madlab.net.
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          Late vote tally further tightens race in Ohio’s 12th congressional district      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WESTERVILLE, Ohio– A late addition to voting tallies in Ohio’s congressional special election has further tightened the race. The Franklin County Board of Elections said Wednesday afternoon that a routine preliminary audit identified hundreds of additional votes cast in suburban Columbus precincts. The elections board says the tally from the precincts in Worthington included 388 votes for Democrat Danny O’Connor and 198 for Republican Troy Balderson. Unofficial vote tallies before those ballots were announced had Balderson leading by about 1,750 […]
          MLS fines Orlando's Dom Dwyer, CEO Alex Leitao for criticizing referee      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The FC crew examine the penalty awarded in Columbus' win over Orlando, including the absence of VAR and whether the officials should be disciplined. Orlando City looked set for their second straight win in MLS, but a controversial penalty and a screamer by Wil Trapp turned the tide for Columbus. Major League Soccer fined Orlando City forward Dom Dwyer and CEO Alex Leitao on Wednesday for comments about the referees in last month's defeat to Columbus Crew SC. Dwyer and Leitao wrote messages on Twitter critical of referee Silviu Petrescu, who awarded an 87th-minute penalty after forward Patrick Mullins fell to ground under minimal pressure from right-back RJ Allen. Columbus, which trailed 2-1 at the time, were able to rally for a 3-2 win. pic.twitter.com/uu56FL1Qdv— Orlando City SC (@OrlandoCitySC) July 22, 2018 Dwyer criticised Petrescu's...
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          Too close to call      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

WESTERVILLE (AP) — Sidney native and Lehman Catholic High School graduate Danny O’Connor, of Columbus, ran in one of two high-stakes elections that tested President Donald Trump’s clout and cost both parties millions of dollars, Tuesday. O’Connor, a Democrat, went up against Republican Troy Balderson in the largely Republican district. Results were too close to […]

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          .Net Developer - Aptask - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*Qualifications* This role requires a wide variety of strengths and capabilities, including: * BS/BA degree or equivalent experience. * Advanced knowledge of...
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          CNC Operator - Reliable Staffing Resources - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Adjust and feed machine. We are looking for a CNC (computer Numerical Control) Operator, someone with experience!... $12 - $15 an hour
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          CNC Machinist - BelFlex Staffing Network - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Senior HRIS Analyst - Headway Workforce Solutions - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Sr. Automated Tester - Solu Technology Partners - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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MadLab's world premiere production of Lost in Time by Tony Pasqualini will take place Fridays and Saturdays, Aug. 10 - 25, 2017, with a special preview performance on Thursday, Aug. 9, at MadLab, 227 N. 3rd St., in Columbus. Admission is $18 for the general public, $15 for students and seniors and $13 for MadLab members. Tickets are available online at www.madlab.net.
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Open Cup as well as MLS Supporters’ Shield titles in 2004, 2008 and 2009. Columbus Crew SC is looking for outgoing and engaging college students to serve as...
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          Blood Bank Technologist - Ohio State University Medical Center - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bachelors degree in medical technology with MT/ MLS (ASCP) or equivalent certification of bachelor's degree in bio-science with post degree experience in... $24 - $36 an hour
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          Associate Real Estate Agent (Independent Contractor) - Columbus - Redfin - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Real estate license and willingness to join local MLS. Redfin's needs for the assistance of independent contractor Associate Agents is constantly changing as we...
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          Medical Technologist - Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(1) Candidates must currently possess the appropriate certification as a MT, MLS, or CLS given by the ASCP-BOC, ASCP-BOR, or AMT.... $52,177 - $67,831 a year
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          Internet Sales Manager - M/I Homes - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Enters and maintains data in MLS. Responsible for communication with all division electronic and phone leads, including follow up directly with the potential...
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          Real Estate Agent - Columbus - Redfin - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We cover MLS dues, association fees, marketing, mileage, mobile phone, computer, and other costs that can total more than $28K per year....
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          VTC Network Admin - TS REQUIRED! Shift Work - CSRA - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Clearance Level Must Currently Possess: Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Suitability: Job Family: Information Technology Job Description: CSRA is...
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          IGM Genetic Technologist I- Genomic Sequencing - Nationwide Children's Hospital - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Overview The moment you walk through our doors, you can feel it. When you meet one of our patient families, you believe it. And when you talk with anyone who...
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          IGM Genetic Technologist I - Nationwide Children's Hospital - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Overview The moment you walk through our doors, you can feel it. When you meet one of our patient families, you believe it. And when you talk with anyone who...
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          Laboratory Technician - Core Lab - Nationwide Children's Hospital - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Overview Part-time position (24-32 hours per week). Work 2nd shift 3pm-11:30pm. Rotating weekends/holidays/call The moment you walk through our doors, you...
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          Laboratory Tech (MLT/MLS/MT) Core Lab - Nationwide Children's Hospital - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Overview Full-time, 3rd shift. Work 11pm-7:30am. Rotating weekends/holiday/call. Core Lab The moment you walk through our doors, you can feel it. When you...
From Nationwide Children's Hospital - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 19:22:45 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          [The Columbus Dispatch] - Crew SC | PSV agrees to penalty should it ever move team from Austin      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Customer Service Representative - Bilingual      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Columbus, Ohio Skills : • Heavy call center/contact center experience -inbound calls • At least 3 years customer service experience preferably financial environment *Spanish speaking is a plus* Description : • Respond to an extremely large volume of calls that enter the servicing area. • May require familiarity with Turret phones or other large multi-line phone system • Handles several calls at on
          Dominique Alexander Nominated for the David Huntley Man of the Year Award      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Major League Lacrosse announced today that the Ohio Machine's Dominique Alexander has been nominated for the inaugural David Huntley ... - MLL Ohio Machine
          Professional Healthcare Representative – Pfizer Innovative Health – Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Ashley, The Professional Healthcare Representative may have a variety of responsibilities, such as the responsibility for sales targets and physician relationships within a specific geography. The Professional Healthcare Representative must demonstrate a strong understanding of necessary disease states and possess a solid ability to communicate necessary technical, scientific, and product and disease mana
          Sr. Java Developer - Docker + Tridiom CMS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Our innovative and industry leading client is searching for an Sr. Java Development resource who has strong Content Management development experience and a background designing, developing, and testing APIs in the Columbus, OH area. This project will be modernizing a Headless CMS that will be very optimized and responsive for Ideal Java / Content Management Developers will have strong experience c
          Sr. Actuarial Consultant / Sr. Annuity Actuarial S      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Columbus, OH, Ohio Skills : Skills/Competencies: • Master/Expert in MS Office products (including VBA within Access and Excel), programming languages and Actuarial models. • In-depth knowledge of actuarial business functions, statistical methods of analysis, company actuarial systems and databases, and their integration; technical facility with leading computer tools and technology. Should you hav
          Sr PM      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Job #: 874490 Senior Project Manager Apex Systems, the nation’s 2nd largest IT Workforce Solutions organization, has an immediate and exciting opportunity for a Senior Project Manager for one the largest Healthcare Business’ in Columbus, Ohio. This opportunity is for a 4+ Month Open Ended Contract-to-hire. Applicants must have a minimum of 6+ years of Project Management and implementation experien
          Scala/Spark Engineer/Developer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, job summary: Senior Developers with significant experience using Apache Spark. This position will be located in our headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. Technologies and Tools We Use to Build Solutions: Java, JavaScript, CSS, Angular JS, Scala/Spark, Python, Redis, JBoss/Wildfly, Jetty, Spring, REST, Node, Gulp, Maven, Eclipse, IntelliJ, SQL, Linux, Gerrit/Git, Jenkins, Junit, Ruby, Cucumber, Protracto
          Rep, Field Sales - Mosaic North America - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Natural Specialty Sales - Acosta - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Acosta is looking for a Natural Specialty Sales in Columbus, OH. Acosta is proud to foster a corporate culture that is empowering, inclusive and responsible....
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          Diagnostics Sales Developer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Overview The successful candidate will be responsible for the demonstration, training and sale of advanced Diagnostic equipment to our Snap-on Franchisees and customers. The successful candidate will be experienced in automotive diagnostics and have previous sales experience. The successful candidate must have a good understanding of electronic equipment, be self-motivated with the ability to work
          (Columbus) grand power p11 m 12 - $ 399      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
grand power p11 mk12 sub compact 9mm,everyday concealed carry,is the perfect combination of style and function.
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          (Columbus) Ar15 seekins precision/DSG upper, Anderson lower - $ 550      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ar15 rifle with Anderson manufacturing multi cal lower. Magpul accessories with mbus sights. DSG upper with a seekins precision rail. 

Only fired to function check. Great condition. 

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          Salesforce Commerce Cloud UI Developer - Northeast - Accenture - Columbus, PA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience working with multiple relevant WCM or eCommerce packaged solutions such as SFCC/Demandware, Adobe AEM (CQ), SDL Tridion, Sitecore, Fatwire, CrownPeak...
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          Salesforce Commerce Cloud UI Developer - Northeast - Accenture - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience working with multiple relevant WCM or eCommerce packaged solutions such as SFCC/Demandware, Adobe AEM (CQ), SDL Tridion, Sitecore, Fatwire, CrownPeak...
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          Columbus Crew 1-2 Vancouver Whitecaps maç özeti | 01-04-2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Eblast: Natalie's 8/10, and Clementine's 8/11      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted By: Hunter on August 8th, 4:25PM. Natalie's 8/10, and Clementine's 8/11 Hello, everybody. Things just keep rollin' along. I had a ball last Sunday, playing and visiting with old and new friends in Austin, TX, at the Omar Dykes benefit at Antone's. Thanks to everyone who turned out and/or supported Omar at this time when his medical bills and inability to perform have put him in a tough spot. Kudos! Flew back and now, I'll be getting my radio show "The List" together, so that I can get back in the van and head to one of my favorite spots, Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza in Worthington (Columbus), OH! Showtime there on Friday night 8/10/18 is 9:30pm. Seating is limited, so, if I were you, I'd get a ticket now! More information and venue website links are available on our Tour Dates page. Then on Saturday, 8/11/2018, we will head to Harrisonburg, VA for a show at Clementine's. Showtime 8pm. Hey, check out the new sticker! We are, of course, currently shipping the new CD Powerful Stuff! as well. Swag, swag, everywhere... including at the shows! Gonna listen to "The List" this week? It's good for ya, you know!! You can catch it on Fridays 2pm-4pm Central, or the replay on Saturday at 7am-9am Central. It can be heard at 89.5 FM in middle Tennessee, or anywhere at WMOT.org. Well, got to dust off the sombrero, change my strings, give myself a good talkin' to and get back to it. Hope to see a lot of ya'll out there this weekend! Best of the best... WW Quick Summary of Upcoming Performances - Visit our site for full details! ** Friday, 08/10/18: Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza, Worthington OH ** Saturday, 08/11/18: Clementine's, Harrisonburge, VA ** Saturday, 08/18/18: Ardenland / Duling Hall, Jackson MS (solo/ensemble) ** Friday, 08/31/18: The Vista Room, Decatur GA ** Saturday, 09/29/18: Knuckleheads, Kansas City MO ** Saturday, 09/22/18: International Gumbo Festival, Jackson MS ** Sunday, 09/30/18: The Zoo Bar, Lincoln NE ** Friday, 10/19/18: Godfrey Daniels, Bethlehem PA (solo) ** Saturday, 10/20/18: Tenth Avenue Burrito, Belmar NJ (solo) ** Wednesday, 11/07/18: Sweet P's BBQ, Knoxville TN (solo) ** Friday, 11/30/18: Red Dragon Listening Room, Baton Rouge LA (solo) ** Sunday, 12/02/18: Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm, Silver Hill AL (solo) ** Sunday, 01/27/19 to 02/01/2019: Outlaw Country Cruise 4, sails from Tampa FL ** Sunday, 02/10/19: City Winery, Nashville TN PS. For the whole scoop on upcoming WW shows, please visit the Tour Dates page: https://www.webbwilder.com/?goto=Tour_Dates
          Sr Modeler, Credit Analytics - Alliance Data - Retail - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Builds strong relationships with both internal and external business partners and proactively collaborates with them regarding business needs....
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          Metro Delivery      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Job #: 874475 We are looking to hire candidates that would be interested in a home delivery technician job opportunity in your area. The job description is below and if you are interested, please apply to this posting! Also, if you know of anyone else that may be interested in discussing this position, please forward this job description as well as my contact information for their review. Job Titl
          Judge Nina Hickson Talks Protecting Georgia's Women & Children On WCLK Public Affairs Block Saturday      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bills pending in the current Georgia Legislature include several impacting sex trafficking, stalking, harassment and domestic violence. Georgia law covering these issues is woefully out of date in ways that cost lives annually. Is there bi-partisan support to change this session? WCLK catches up with the Buckhead/Cascade City Chapter of The Links, Incorporated in advance of their Linking Together To Protect Georgia's Women & Children Rally on Tuesday, February 17. WCLK's Rob Maynard talks with former Juvenile Court Judge and Links Member Nina R. Hickson about these issues Saturday morning in the 7am hour during the WCLK Public Affairs Block. Want to learn more? Here's their press release: Georgia Chapters of The Links, Inc. to gather at the Capitol to Rally for the protection of Georgia’s Women and Children WHO: More than 100 members of The Links, Inc. from 15 Georgia chapters located in Albany, Athens, Atlanta Cluster (6 chapters), Augusta, Brunswick, Columbus, Fort Valley,
          Sr. Java Developer - Docker + Tridiom CMS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Our innovative and industry leading client is searching for an Sr. Java Development resource who has strong Content Management development experience and a background designing, developing, and testing APIs in the Columbus, OH area. This project will be modernizing a Headless CMS that will be very optimized and responsive for Ideal Java / Content Management Developers will have strong experience c
          Sr. Actuarial Consultant / Sr. Annuity Actuarial S      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Columbus, OH, Ohio Skills : Skills/Competencies: • Master/Expert in MS Office products (including VBA within Access and Excel), programming languages and Actuarial models. • In-depth knowledge of actuarial business functions, statistical methods of analysis, company actuarial systems and databases, and their integration; technical facility with leading computer tools and technology. Should you hav
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          Management Job At Signature Flight Support - General Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Columbus, OH - United States, OH This position will oversee Signature Flight Support operations The General Manager oversees all aspects of the Fixed Base Operation (FBO) including customer relations, line operations, accounting, and health, safety and environmental functions. Plans
          Lead Business Analyst      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Columbus, Ohio Skills : Looking for a lead business analyst with a strong background in infrastructure and operations Description : Job Requirements: • Skilled in requirements management, strong communication skills and strong collaboration and relationship management skills are required • Experience working on an Integration Program • Experience in infrastructure & Operations
          IT Business Analyst      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Columbus, Ohio Skills : Must have story card writing and knowledge of RRC/RTC. Strong experience working on Agile. Description : RA will need to be comfortable taking higher level requirements and breaking them down to stories. This is a large team with multiple projects so this person will need to be able to juggle multiple assignments. The bulleted list below outlines experiences expected to pro
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          Former Mets Coach (1982-1983 /1994-1996) & Manager (1983): "The Capitol Punisher" Frank Howard      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Frank Oliver Howard was born on August 8, 1936 in Columbus Ohio. The six foot seven inch tall, 255 pound Howard was one of the biggest players of his era. Howard was an intimidating presence at the plate, and hit some mammoth career HRs.

He attended Ohio State University playing both baseball & basketball. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Warriors of the NBA but chose to play baseball instead. He signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1958. He would earn the nickname of “Hondo” after a character in a John Wayne film.

After two brief appearances he became a regular in 1960 replacing Carl Furillo as the Dodger right fielder. He was the NL Rookie of the Year hitting 23 HRs with 15 doubles 77 RBIs batting .268 although he did strike out 108 times. The next year he batted .296 but was limited to just 92 games, still hitting 15 HRs.

In 1962 he had his best year in Los Angeles, hitting 31 HRs (7th in the NL) with 25 doubles 80 runs scored & 119 RBIs (5th in the NL) while batting .296. On June 30th he hit a HR against the New York Mets, in a game where Sandy Koufax threw his first career no hitter.

He came in 9th in the league’s MVP voting that season, as the Dodgers & Giants tied for first place. A three game playoff was decided for the pennant, and Howard struggled going just 1-11 as Los Angeles lost to the Giants.

The next season he hit 28 HRs with 64 RBIs (third on the Dodger team behind Ron Fairly & Tommy Davis) batting .273 as the Dodgers went on to win the World Series behind the pitching of Sandy Koufax & Don Drysdale.

In the World Series Howard hit .300 (3-10) blasting an upper deck HR off Whitey Ford in the last game of the Dodgers Series sweep. It would be big Frank’s only post season appearance in a 16 year career.

In 1964 Howard hit a three run HR on June 4th at Philadelphia’s Connie Mack Stadium leading L.A. to a 3-0 win in Sandy Koufax’s third career no hitter. Howard had another 20 plus HR season in 1964 but his batting average dropped off to .227 and he drove in 69 runs, striking out 116 times. It was his third straight season of 100 plus strike outs. After the 1964 season he was traded with three other players to the Washington Senators for Claude Osteen and $100,000.

He would spend seven years in Washington D.C. earning the new nickname of “the Capitol Punisher”. Howard became one of the league’s biggest sluggers & most feared hitters. He hit over 20 HRs six times, including three straight seasons of 40 plus HRs.

His first three seasons there he played for Gil Hodges, hitting 36 HRs third in the league behind Harmon Killebrew & Carl Yastrzemski. He also led all left fielders in fielding before switching to first base the next season.

In 1969 he gave up his uniform #9 when the Senators hired Ted Williams as their manager. Williams taught Howard how to be more patient at the plate, go deeper into the count & draw more walks.

In 1968 Howard led the American League in HRs (44) extra base hits (75) slugging % (.52 %) averaging a HR every 13 times up at bat. He was second in league in RBIs (106) and made his first of four straight All Star teams. During a stretch in May, Howard hit ten HRs in one single week, over a period of just twenty at bats.

No one has ever come close to topping this feat, in baseball history. He also had a stretch of one HR in six straight games.

In 1969 the Senators had their only winning season during Howards time there, he bashed 48 HRs (second to Harmon Killebrew) with 111 RBIs (second to Reggie Jackson) leading the league in intentional walks (29), with 60 extra base hits, & a career high .574 slugging %, while batting .296 matching a career best.

He increased his on base % to .402% as he doubled his base on balls from the previous season to 104 walks.

In 1970 he led the AL in HRs (46) RBIs (126) & walks (132) posting a .416 on base %. He hit 237 HRs in a Washington uniform the most by any player and his 1969 totals are all around season bests by any Senators Player in history.

In his last at bat at RFK Stadium he hit a massive HR off Mike Kekich of the A.L. New York team, a pitch called by Ralph Houck as a gift to the big man. He thanked the catcher when he touched home plate, threw his helmet into the crowd & said it was his biggest thrill in his playing career.

The Senators moved to Texas and became the Rangers; Howard struggled in the team’s first year in Arlington batting just .244 with 9 HRs in 95 games played, and was soon released.

At age 36 his career was winding down, he finished his last two seasons in Detroit by 1973. On September 8th he hit his final career HR at Fenway Park against the Boston Red Sox, he had hit a Hr in his previous game three days earlier as well.

He finished up his 16 year career with 382 life time HRs (59th All time), 1119 RBIs (186th all time), 1774 hits 245 doubles 35 triples 783 walks 662 extra base hits (202nd all time) and a .273 average with a .352 on base %. He struck out 1460 times putting him 56th on the all time K list.

Retirement: After his playing days, he first coached under George Bamberger in Milwaukee with the Brewers from 1977-1980. He then managed the San Diego Padres during the strike shotened 1981 season. He then came over to the New York Mets as a coach with Bamberger in 1982 as the Mets batting coach. After Bamberger resigned in 1983 Howard was named the tenth manager in Mets history.

He basically was just an interim manager, who didn’t have much to work with especially in the pitching department. He took over the team on June 3rd 1983 in Los Angeles with the team in 6th place, 9 ½ games back.

In his first game, the Mets beat Tommy Lasordas Dodgers 5-2 as Ed Lynch earned the victory. The Mets would win two out of three in Los Angeles but faltered from there. They did give Howard two four game win streaks in early August, winning eight of nine games, their best streak under his tenure. His Mets finished in last place, as the team went 52-64 in 116 games under his watch.

Although on a positive note, Daryl Strawberry was inserted in the lineup permanently winning the rookie of the year award, & the Mets acquired Keith Hernandez that June under his watch. He was replaced by Davey Johnson the following season (1984).

Howard was known as being a gentle giant, a nice guy who always appreciated the fans. Howard returned as a Met coach in 1994-996 under Dallas Green & later Bobby Valentine.

He remained an active coach with the AL New York team, the Seattle Mariners & Tampa Devil Rays. He also worked in player development in the 2000s.

Honors: When baseball came back to Washington D.C. with the Nationals, the Big Man was honored again, and regularly appears at baseball functions in the area. He also is involved with a lot of charity work at children’s hospitals in the D.C. area.

In 2014 he threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the NLDS vs the St. Louis Cardinals.


          The Ohio "election" in the 12th Congressional District (1,754 margin of victory) may not have been that honest. Were they using the Batista system?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ohio race just got closer after county finds hundreds of uncounted votes


COLUMBUS – The tight race between Democrat Danny O'Connor and Republican Troy Balderson just got tighter.

Election officials in Franklin County found 688 previously uncounted votes in a Columbus suburb. The result: O'Connor had a net gain of 190 votes, bringing the race's margin down to 1,564.


Link:

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/08/08/ohio-midterm-uncounted-votes-danny-oconnor-troy-balderson/941603002/

          Mysteries at the Museum S21E08-E09 720p HDTV x264-DHD      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Season 21, Episode 08 – “Columbus and the Mermaid, Skyscraper Snafu and Stealing the Show” Don Wildman investigates a famous explorer’s encounter with a fabled sea creature, a death-defying mission atop the nation’s tallest building, and the abduction of a jazz musician by a notorious gangster. Season 21, Episode 09 – “Lost City of the Monkey God, […]
          Intensive In-Home Therapist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Columbus, NE      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Nebraska is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC provides a competitive compensation and benefit package including...
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          Austin stadium vote could trigger Columbus Crew move to Texas       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Austin stadium vote could trigger Columbus Crew move to Texas
          Rep, Field Sales - Mosaic North America - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Natural Specialty Sales - Acosta - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Acosta is looking for a Natural Specialty Sales in Columbus, OH. Acosta is proud to foster a corporate culture that is empowering, inclusive and responsible....
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          Dans l’Ohio, une courte victoire qui ne rassure pas les républicains       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Donald Trump en tête, les républicains américains se sont lourdement mobilisés pour conserver une
circonscription ancrée à droite depuis des décennies, proclamant finalement victoire dans un scrutin pourtant si serré qu'il est perçu comme un signal très encourageant pour les démocrates avant les législatives.
Après le dépouillement des urnes dans l'Ohio, le républicain Troy Balderson menait 50,2 % contre 49,3 % pour le démocrate Danny O'Connor dans cette course pour un siège à la Chambre des représentants à Washington, selon les autorités locales dans la nuit de mardi à mercredi.
Mais le vainqueur n'avait pas été désigné officiellement, plusieurs milliers de votes par correspondance et bulletins provisoires restant à dépouiller.
Peu importe, le bouillant président n'a pas attendu l'annonce officielle pour féliciter Troy Balderson... tout en s'attribuant sa nette remontée après des sondages inquiétants. Donald Trump avait fait le déplacement samedi pour appuyer son candidat et multipliait depuis les tweets de soutien. Son vice-président Mike Pence, deux de ses fils, Eric et Donald Jr., s'étaient fendus de leurs propres messages mardi.
« Après mon discours samedi soir, il y a eu un gros retournement positif. Maintenant Troy remporte une grande victoire à une époque difficile de l'année pour les élections », s'est-il réjoui sur Twitter.
Les élections cruciales de mi-mandat
Mais cette courte victoire républicaine lors du dernier duel avant les législatives cruciales de novembre ne suffit pas à effacer l'embarras d'avoir été mis en difficulté dans un bastion si fidèle.
Les dix points d'avance du mois de juin de Troy Balderson, 56 ans, se sont évaporés dans cette banlieue aisée de la capitale de l'Etat, Columbus.
Pour le statisticien spécialiste des élections américaines, Nate Silver, « une victoire au cordeau n'est pas une bonne nouvelle pour les républicains ce soir ».
Si le scénario se reproduit à l'automne dans « des circonscriptions similaires, les républicains vont certainement perdre la Chambre », a-t-il écrit sur le site FiveThirtyEight.
« Cette course ne devrait même pas avoir été disputée [...] je suis très inquiet », a lancé un ancien élu républicain de la Chambre, Charlie Dent, sur CNN. « Il est évident que l'énergie est du côté démocrate. »
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          Salesforce Commerce Cloud UI Developer - Northeast - Accenture - Columbus, PA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience working with multiple relevant WCM or eCommerce packaged solutions such as SFCC/Demandware, Adobe AEM (CQ), SDL Tridion, Sitecore, Fatwire, CrownPeak...
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Experience working with multiple relevant WCM or eCommerce packaged solutions such as SFCC/Demandware, Adobe AEM (CQ), SDL Tridion, Sitecore, Fatwire, CrownPeak...
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          Brittany Greene receives Franklin B. Walter Outstanding Educator Award      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Brittany Greene was honored recently in Columbus as the Franklin B. Walter Outstanding Educator Award Recipient. The Franklin B. Walter Outstanding Educator Award is presented to one educator or team from each of Ohio’s 16 [...]
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          Houston Dynamo vs Columbus Crew SC – 8/11/2018 Free Pick & MLS Betting Prediction      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Free MLS Pick Houston Dynamo vs Columbus Crew SC Looking for Houston Dynamo vs Columbus Crew SC free picks? MLS betting sees Houston Dynamo taking on Columbus Crew on Saturday, August 11th, at...

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          Cleveland Indians release right-hander Zach McAllister after designating him for assignment      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Veteran reliever Zach McAllister was in his sixth season with the Indians when they designated him for assignment on Friday.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Zach McAllister, a member of the Indians' opening day bullpen, has been released.

McAllister, 30, was designated for assignment on Friday. The Indians had seven days to trade, release or try to get him through waivers.

The Indians traded Austin Kearns to the Yankees for McAllister in a deadline deal on July 30, 2010. McAllister came to the Indians as a starter, but enjoyed his best seasons once he moved full-time to the bullpen.

The 6-6, 240-pound McAllister made 114 appearances in 2015 and 2016, striking out 138 batters in 121 1/3 innings. This year, however, McAllister struggled and he was designated for assignment when the Indians activated Andrew Miller on Friday.

McAllister had enough service time -- he started the year with five years and 77 days in the big leagues -- to refuse an outright to Class AAA Columbus and become a free agent. He did so without the risk of losing what remained of his one-year, $2.45 million deal.

He signed the one-year deal in January to avoid arbitration.

McAllister was 1-2 with a 4.97 ERA in 41 appearances this season. His strikeouts per nine innings had slipped to 7.3 after being at 9.3 and 9.6 in 2016 and 2017, respectively.

Finally: The Indians, in another move on Wednesday, activated right-hander Evan Marshall (right elbow) from the disabled list and optioned him to Columbus.


          Ohio State's real coach, position battles, thoughts on Urban Meyer: Buckeye Talk Podcast      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Doug, Bill and Tim are back with a regular episode of Buckeye Talk to break down what we saw at practice on Tuesday, share our thoughts on the latest with the Urban Meyer investigation and answer your questions on Ohio State football.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- We're back with another episode of our Buckeye Talk Podcast, discussing what we saw at Tuesday's practice, who the real coach of Ohio State is with Urban Meyer away from the team and some more thoughts on the university's investigation into Meyer.

If you're tired out from talk about Meyer and the investigation, fast-forward through the first 35 minutes. The rest of the podcast is football and nonsense.

You can always submit questions via Twitter to the @BuckeyeTalkPod account. You can also now submit questions, comments and complaints via email to BuckeyeTalkPod@gmail.com.

Before listening to the podcast below, make sure to subscribe to Buckeye Talk at any of these places:

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          Come to Buckeye Talk and cleveland.com's live event to preview the 2018 Ohio State football season on Aug. 27      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Join us at Hofbrauhaus in Columbus for a live special event to preview the 2018 Ohio State season.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State's fall camp is underway, and the home opener is just a few weeks away.

And there is still time to get fully ready for the start of the season by joining us for a special event to look ahead to the season.

Join cleveland.com's coverage team of Bill Landis, Doug Lesmerises and myself on Aug. 27 from 7-9 p.m. at Hofbrauhaus (800 Goodale Blvd.) to talk about the upcoming season. 

Share your thoughts and questions on the upcoming season with the hosts of the Buckeye Talk Podcast. We will also have door prizes and other surprises, too.

Admission is free, and you can sign up for tickets here.

Also, listen to the latest episode of Buckeye Talk here.


          Linebacker Dallas Gant is the second freshman to lose his black stripe: Ohio State football news      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Linebacker Dallas Gant lost his black stripe on Wednesday.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State entered 2018 fall camp with a member of its class having already lost his black stripe. Defensive tackle Tommy Togiai lost his stripe in the spring.

Linebacker Dallas Gant from Toledo is the second to do so. Ohio State put the news up on its Instagram account on Wednesday.

Gant, who was also an early enrollee along with Togiai, was the No. 10 outside linebacker and No. 166 player in the country according to 247Sports.com's composite rankings.

Gant Stripe.jpg#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000Dallas Gant loses his black stripe. (Photo courtesy of Ohio State's Instagram account) 

Check out our 2018 black stripe tracker here.


          Watch freshman H-back Jaelen Gill in the circle drill at Ohio State practice      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Check out freshman H-back Jaelen Gill take part in the circle drill at Ohio State practice.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- When the pads come on at Ohio State, that means we usually get the circle drill.

It's something Ohio State has done for the past few years. And it's a sign that football is near.

Ohio State's Twitter account gave us our first look at the circle drill this fall. One of the players in the drill is freshman H-back Jaelen Gill from Westerville.

Gill was the No. 30 player in his recruiting class according to 247Sports.com. And here he is, wearing the scarlet No. 26 jersey, getting after it in the circle drill. Of note, Ohio State acting head coach Ryan Day was in the middle before the whistle blew.

Wednesday's practice was the last at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center until Aug. 18. Until then, the team will practice at the Coffey Road Fields. See Ohio State's fall camp practice schedule here.


          Family pleas for answers after 24-year old man shot during apparent home invasion      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Manias Family sat close to one another outside of Grant Medical Center, as they plea for answers in the case involving their loved one Eric.

"Eric is one of my twin boys. I call him my hero," said Emmanuel Manias, Eric's dad. "He was challenged from the beginning of life with a heart condition pulmonary atresia, which does not allow the oxygen to pump into your blood."

According to Columbus police, Eric was involved in an apparent home invasion involving two male suspects.

"He was out with friends at an establishment in Easton ... got home around 12:25 a.m. or so. And these gentlemen approached him as he was walking into his apartment, shot him, pushed him into the apartment, beat him up and shot him again," Emmanuel said.

Eric suffered a gunshot wound to the abdomen, a gunshot wound to the left arm, a fractured hip, fractured jaw, fractured orbital socket, numerous cuts, bruises and other internal issues.

"You feel, um, you're helpless," said Alexis Hanson, Eric's sister. "You can't do anything for him. It's really hard to see him like that."

Detectives are now searching for the men responsible for his injuries.

"Just, just come forward," Eric's mom Cynthia pleaded while holding back tears. "Please make a statement. No questions asked."

The Manias family is clinging together as Eric begins to heal.

If you have any information regarding his case, call the CPD Robbery Unit at 614-645-4665 or the Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at 614-461-TIPS (8477).


          Austin stadium vote could trigger Crew SC move to Texas      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas’ thriving capital city may finally become a major league sports town. It will just take moving a bedrock franchise of Major League Soccer out of its home turf to do it.

Anthony Precourt, owner of the Columbus Crew, has been pushing for months to move his team to Austin, the largest city in the country without a major professional sports franchise.

While the league front office has supported Precourt’s desire to look around for a new city, picking up and relocating from Ohio to uber-hip Austin hasn’t been easy. It hasn’t been a slam-dunk deal in Austin and the state of Ohio is suing to block the move. Fan groups in Columbus have rallied to try to save their team, the 2008 MLS champion which was one of league’s founding clubs when it started in 1996.

The Austin City Council will vote Thursday on whether to make land available and authorize negotiations for a new $200 million, 20,000-seat privately financed stadium for the Crew. Precourt’s original hopes for a picturesque riverfront location downtown were quickly scuttled, but plans have shifted to build near a fast-growing business, shopping and housing development.

Other Austin developers are also interested in the site. Several City Council members have questioned whether the stadium is the best use of the land and the vote on the stadium plan is expected to be close.

If the stadium plan is approved, the Crew will likely chart a course to become the third MLS franchise in Texas by 2019, joining Houston and Dallas. Where the Crew would play until the stadium is built is yet to be determined.

Precourt has been eyeing Austin since he bought the team in 2013. His purchase agreement included a promise to keep the Crew in Columbus for at least 10 years, but it also had a clause that would let him move to Austin. And before Precourt announced his intention to move, MLS had trademarked Austin FC and Austin Athletic as possible names for a franchise even though the city had not applied for expansion.

Major League Soccer did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Precourt noted Austin’s “growing presence as an international city, combined with its strong multicultural foundation” when he first announced plans to explore a move in October 2017. “MLS in Austin could be an ideal fit.”

The Austin metropolitan area is just over 2 million. The sports scene is dominated by the University of Texas Longhorns, but the city also hosts Formula One and MotoGP racing every year. Its economy centers on state government, the university and the city’s surging role as a major technology hub featuring companies like Dell, Samsung and Apple. Facebook and Google also have offices here and there’s a chance Amazon’s coveted HQ2 could be coming as well.

Mayor Steve Adler has said soccer would be a “huge success” and a perfect fit for his city, which ranked among the top television markets nationally for watching the World Cup.

“Soccer would be important for our community because it would bring our city together,” Adler said. “It is also a sport that doesn’t require a stadium with 70,000 people.”

If the council approves the stadium plan, “the soccer team will come,” Adler said.

Precourt has complained that Columbus has a lack of corporate sponsors and said the Crew’s current stadium, which opened in 1999 as the first soccer-specific stadium in the U.S., is showing age and needs to be replaced.

MLS Commissioner Don Garber has said the league is reluctant to see one of the original franchises move, but has also backed Precourt’s desire to look for a new home. Deputy MLS Commissioner Mark Abbott has visited with a partnership in Columbus that is interested in buying the team to keep it there.

Columbus isn’t giving up the team without a fight . The state lawsuit to block the move cites an Ohio law that owners of teams that use tax-supported facilities and accept state financial assistance must give at least six months’ notice and allow local investors the chance to buy the team. The law was enacted after the NFL’s Cleveland Browns moved to Baltimore in 1996.

A group of passionate Crew fans don’t want to lose their club. Save the Crew has been collecting pledges from fans to attend games next season, has appealed for a new ownership group to step in and even offered its own renderings for a new stadium in Columbus.

“The Crew is tremendously important” to Columbus, said David Miller, Save the Crew communications director. “We’re the original team in MLS. This team is a representation of history.”


          Police identify man who stole $2,700 wedding dress from Columbus porch      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Police are searching for a man caught on camera stealing a package containing two wedding dresses from a porch of a home in southeast Columbus.

The theft happened on May 29, at a home on East Whittier Street, according to the Columbus Division of Police.

Police say thanks to a tip, on Aug. 8, the man was identified as Daniel Edwin Rosebrough and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Investigators also said they believe the suspect could possibly be connected to more crimes.

Edwin Rosebrough

The suspect is described as wearing a Cleveland Cavaliers shirt with a cigarette in his mouth. Police said he was seen pulling what appeared to be a two-wheeled cart.

Police said that have received several tips about the suspect they are working to confirm.

Detectives also say they are working to track down the wedding dresses.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Thomas in the Columbus Division of Police’s Burglary Unit at 614-645-2127 or jthomas@columbuspolice.org.


          3 arrested in break-in at Longaberger basket building      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

NEWARK – Three men were arrested in connection with a series of break-ins at the Longaberger basket building Wednesday morning, according to Newark police.

Officers arrived at about 6:30 a.m. Wednesday to find people inside the building and requested assistance from other officers and local K-9 units.

The Newark Division of Police had responded on two prior break-in reports before this incident, all within 24 hours. On Tuesday at 8:40 a.m., officers were called to the building on a break-in sometime over the weekend.

At 11:40 p.m. that night, officers were called back again to check the building and found forced entry again.

Eric R. Giffen, 35, of Newark; Christopher D. Caplinger, 33, of Columbus; and Eric E. McClain, 35, of Heath were arrested.

Caplinger was transported to the hospital for injuries sustained from a canine bite. All three will have charges presented to the Licking County Prosecutor’s Office.


          Lauren Hill to be inducted into Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A Cincinnati basketball player whose battle with cancer inspired people around the world will be posthumously inducted into Ohio's Basketball Hall of Fame.

Lauren Hill was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor in high school.

Hill was able to achieve her dream of playing in a college basketball game with Mount St. Joseph University in November 2014.

Her appearance triggered a strong fund-raising campaign for victims of Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, a rare and fatal pediatric brain tumor that took her life five months later.

The induction ceremony will be held on May 18, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Columbus.


          Bank inside grocery store robbed in west Columbus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A Fifth-Third bank inside a Kroger, located at 3600 Soldano Blvd. was robbed late Wednesday morning, according to Columbus police.

According to a release, a muscular-built black man, approximately 40 years of age, 6-foot tall and 200 pounds, wearing a grey T-shirt and sunglasses walked into the back and handed the teller a note demanding money.

The teller complied and the suspect fled with an undetermined amount of cash.


          Court: Ohio can base e-school funding on participation data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio had authority to calculate a giant online charter school's funding using student participation data rather than only enrollment, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in the latest blow to the now-dismantled e-school.

The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, which had been among the nation's largest virtual schools, closed to its roughly 12,000 students in January but remains of interest to prosecutors reviewing audit findings and politicians raising accountability issues in a midterm election year.

The Associated Press reported in April allegations by a former ECOT employee that the school intentionally inflated attendance data in order to draw more state money, a claim largely validated in state audit findings that have been referred to criminal investigators.

ECOT had argued in court that Ohio's Department of Education overstepped its authority when it used student learning time to determine the school owed the state a $60 million refund from the 2015-16 school year. But justices sided with the state in a 4-2 decision affirming a lower court's ruling, concluding the department acted within its authority under Ohio law.

"We determine that (the law) is unambiguous and authorizes ODE to require an e-school to provide data of the duration of a student's participation to substantiate that school's funding," Justice Patrick Fischer wrote for the majority.

ECOT attorney Marion Little said the school was disappointed but would continue to pursue its administrative challenges to the Education Department in lower courts.

"The two dissenting opinions extensively detail why ECOT should have prevailed and why ECOT, the auditor's office, even ODE, had always applied an enrollment methodology," he said.

The department had argued that ECOT was interpreting state law as though it could receive full public funding for students without providing documentation to prove they were being educated. An attorney representing the department during arguments at the court in February likened the situation to the Internal Revenue Service accepting a person's expenses at face value for years and later asking them for receipts as documentation.

"Ultimately, this is what's best for students and taxpayers alike," said Brittany Halpin, the department's spokeswoman. "We're pleased the Ohio Supreme Court agreed with the department's interpretation of the law and we remain committed to ensuring that all community schools receive their correct funding."

The high court concluded that when lawmakers stated each student could receive no more than 10 hours of credit per school day, they set up a need for documentation of students' activities.

"This calculation can be made only by referring to records that contain evidence of the duration of a student's participation in learning opportunities," Fischer wrote.

Justices Terrence O'Donnell and Sharon Kennedy dissented, arguing their colleagues were misinterpreting the 10-hour limit. They urged the Legislature to clarify the law. Justice Pat DeWine, whose father is the Republican nominee for governor, recused himself in the case.

Little, ECOT's lawyer, said Wednesday's ruling leaves Ohio's e-schools without any specific standard or rule to follow in order to receive state dollars.

"There's nothing that informs an e-school as to the standard that must be met to receive funding, nor, given that the school funding is to 'follow the child,' is there any answer from ODE as to what happens to the state-mandated funding for an e-school student who, for example, misses a day of school because of illness," he said.

Democrats who have argued for transparency and accountability at ECOT for years immediately jumped on the ruling as a victory.

"Senate Democrats have been saying for years that ECOT and other publicly funded online charter schools need to be held accountable, and the Supreme Court's decision today confirms that we were right," said state Sen. Joe Schiavoni, a Youngstown-area Democrat.

The state had determined that ECOT should repay about $60 million in unsubstantiated funding from 2015-16 and $19 million more from the following year. The cash-strapped school shut down after the state started recouping money, which left students scrambling for other options mid-school-year.

Noting that many students turned to ECOT because illnesses, disabilities, bullying or other circumstances made traditional school environments challenging for them, some of the students refused to return to brick-and-mortar public schools and instead enrolled at other e-schools or tried homeschooling.

ODE has said thousands of ECOT students switched to other schools.

Some of them expressed hope of returning to ECOT if it could reopen, but the lengthy legal battle and the auctioning of ECOT's equipment and other property and sale of its building seem to have sunk those prospects.

Ahead of the auction, the state auditor took steps to preserve data from ECOT's administrative computers in case a criminal case arises.


          M'ville musician joins 'best of the best'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
… accepted into the prestigious band. “Music is one of her passions … very, very hard with her music,” added the mother, who believes … and put her in advanced (music) books and so forth immediately … in Columbus, we got the music for the first time and …
          Schwinn Circut 56cm seattle      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
 Schwinn Circut, mid 80's 12 speed bike. part it out or fix it up! 56cm effective top tube, 56 cm seat tube. columbus tretubi tubing w/ lugged construction, suntour dropouts. rideable...... needs some tlc. rust comes off. bike hung in shed for many

          (Columbus, GA) 1911 .45 ACP Custom Built - $ 498      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Custom Built 1911 .45 ACP  Caspian Frame & Slide, Springfield Barrel and Colt Grips. Includes two 7 round mags, a 10 round extended mag and a molded otw holster. Great pistol, very fun to shoot. No trade offers please. The listed price is firm.
          (Columbus) For sale - $ 1,200      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I have a FNX .45 for sale or preferably trade. The gun has not been fired and comes with the kit  that includes the tactical rail and three mags I would like to trade for rifles preferably in 7.62 by 39 the gun is worth 1200 so the trade needs to be at least close to or even you can contact me by text at 614 779 1453
          MLS fines Orlando's Dom Dwyer, CEO Alex Leitao for criticizing referee      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The FC crew examine the penalty awarded in Columbus' win over Orlando, including the absence of VAR and whether the officials should be disciplined. Orlando City looked set for their second straight win in MLS, but a controversial penalty and a screamer by Wil Trapp turned the tide for Columbus. Major League Soccer fined Orlando City&nbsp;forward Dom Dwyer and&nbsp;CEO Alex Leitao on Wednesday for comments about the referees in last month's defeat to Columbus Crew SC. Dwyer and&nbsp;Leitao wrote messages on Twitter critical of&nbsp;referee Silviu Petrescu, who awarded an 87th-minute penalty&nbsp;after forward Patrick Mullins fell to ground under minimal pressure from right-back RJ Allen. Columbus, which trailed 2-1 at the time, were able to rally for a 3-2 win. pic.twitter.com/uu56FL1Qdv&mdash; Orlando City SC (@OrlandoCitySC) July 22, 2018 Dwyer criticised&nbsp;Petrescu's...
          Performance Oklahoma: Staatskapelle Weimar      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
An Evening With Brahms The Staatskapelle Weimar is one of the oldest, most illustrious orchestras in the world with its history closely associated with some of Weimar’s best known musicians, including Johann Hummel, Franz Liszt, and Richard Strauss In 1756, Duchess Anna Amalia made the orchestra the primary musical institution of the German city of Weimar and to this day, remains that city’s musical beacon to the world. On its first ever North American Tour, the orchestra came to Oklahoma, presented by the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation’s Performing Arts Series at Armstrong Auditorium on Thursday, March 15th, and offered a program devoted to works of Johannes Brahms, the Academic Overture, Op 81, the Violin Concerto in D Major, Op 77 with violinist Valeriy Sokolov and the composer’s Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op 68. Artistic Director Kirill Karabits conducts, writing on his website, “the orchestra was founded one year before Columbus discovered America, so it is about time
          The Ultimate Rich Kids Were the Children of Famous Explorers      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

When Cristóbal Colón/Christopher Columbus happened upon the New World, ripe for exploitation, he became a very wealthy man, although most of the riches went to the king of Spain for sponsoring the trip. But what happened afterward? Colón had two sons, Fernando and Diego, who inherited his wealth, but were they to inherit a portion of the lands their father "discovered," or a portion of what it produced, or just what Cristóbal left them when he died? The Spanish crown had passed to another generation as well, and Charles V did not see eye to eye with Colón's heirs.     

While Fernando was spending money, Diego was trying to consolidate his family’s status as one of the most powerful families in the “New World,” with control over Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and Cuba. Before his father’s first voyage, in 1492, Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand had agreed that, if his quest succeeded, Cristóbal Colón would be entitled to 10 percent of the takings of his voyage, plus a bevy of titles. Every time Diego tried to claim what he thought he was owed, the crown fought back. When he died, his father’s legacy was still contested.

The monarchy’s legal case rested on the idea that it wasn’t Colón, but one of his ship’s captains, who had first discovered the Americas. Ultimately, Diego’s widow went into arbitration with the crown, and his son, Luis Colón de Toledo, came out with a title—Admiral of the Indies—control of Jamaica, an estate in Panama, and a 10,000-ducat annuity that was meant to last in perpetuity.

It was, perhaps, less than the Colón family thought they were owed and less than Cristóbal’s contract specified. But the Colón family came out ahead of other scions of conquistadors.

The Age of Exploration enriched quite a few European families, who had varying degrees of success dealing with the riches and legacy of their explorer fathers. Read the adventures of the descendants of Hernán Cortés (who had a son in the New World and a son in the Old World, and named them both Martin), Francisco Pizarro, and Cristóbal Colón at Atlas Obscura.


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          M'ville musician joins 'best of the best'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
… accepted into the prestigious band. “Music is one of her passions … very, very hard with her music,” added the mother, who believes … and put her in advanced (music) books and so forth immediately … in Columbus, we got the music for the first time and …
          Gay Couple: US Postal Worker Called Us Homophobic Slur, Said She’d Stop Delivering Our Mail – WATCH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Michael Coward and his fiance Michael Vaughn, a gay couple in Columbus, Ohio, have filed a police report after a U.S. postal worker called them an anti-gay slur, took their names off the mailbox, and told them she’d stop delivering their mail.…
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          Port Henry firefighters lauded      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
PORT HENRY | On July 28, the Port Henry Volunteer Fire Department held their 144th annual Firemen’s Banquet at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Port Henry...
          Austin stadium vote could trigger Columbus Crew's move to Texas      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Texas' thriving capital city may finally become a major-league sports town. It will just take moving a bedrock franchise of Major League Soccer out of its home turf to do it.

Anthony Precourt, owner of the Columbus Crew, has been pushing for months to move his team to Austin, the largest city in...


          (Columbus) Daniel Defense AR15 - $ 1,425      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Listing my Daniel Defense DDM4V5 
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          (Columbus) 7.62x39 spam can - $ 150      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Structural Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Structural Engineer– Non-Traditional Unique Non-Traditional Opportunities! (for more, see www.FindYourEngineer.com) 1. Job 598 - Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Boston (home based office) 2. Job 601 - home based office anywhere in the US 3. Job 603 - Orange County, CA 4. Job 606 - home based office in OH between Columbus and Cincinnati 5. Job 605 - Seattle area Are you EXCITED to ge
          Crimson Cup Brews Up Home Espresso Course      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Columbus, Ohio coffee lovers can learn how to brew cafe-quality espresso in the new Espresso at Home course from Crimson Cup Coffee and Tea. The class debuts September 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the...

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          HEMMES, Ruth Bumgarner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
HEMMES, Ruth Bumgarner 91, of Oldsmar, FL, passed on August 3, 2018. Born in Columbus, OH. She is survived by loving family and friends. Brewer &...
          .Net Developer - Aptask - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*Qualifications* This role requires a wide variety of strengths and capabilities, including: * BS/BA degree or equivalent experience. * Advanced knowledge of...
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          CNC Operator - Reliable Staffing Resources - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Adjust and feed machine. We are looking for a CNC (computer Numerical Control) Operator, someone with experience!... $12 - $15 an hour
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          CNC Machinist - BelFlex Staffing Network - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Loads feed mechanism by lifting stock into position. CNC Operator Machinist Job Responsibilities:.... $14 - $18 an hour
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          Sr. Automated Tester - Solu Technology Partners - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A good understanding of batch jobs and automating generation and validation of data feeds. Experience working in an agile environment....
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          Bathing / Dressing And Meal Preparation Full-time Support Needed For Myself In Columbus, OH. - Care.com - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
My hands don't work well where I can open packets or cereal boxes or jars and things like that but I'm able to feed myself....
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          State Tested Nurse Aide - Diversity Search Group - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Feeds, bathes, dresses, moves/lifts patients, provides preventative skin care, brushes teeth, cleans/trims fingernails, changes bedding and incontinence pads... $13 an hour
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          Production Line Worker - JSJ Staffing - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Feed raw materials into production machinery. Is currently seeking a production line worker to join our team....
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          12 Greenfire Farms Bresse White Day-Old Chicks- Includes New 2017 Imports! - USD 1.00      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Greenfire Farms White American Bresse  12 Greenfire Farms American Bresse Chicks Includes New 2017 Imports!   The legendary poulet de Bresse of France is not only the best-tasting chicken in the world but is probably consistently the most successful free-range chicken breed.  Since a time before Columbus arrived in the New World this breed graced the lush fields and shadowed woods of Eastern France, and Bresse evolved to be an excellent forager that are ever-alert to the threat of predators.  For more than 500 years French farmers have insisted that Bresse roam free to tone their muscles and provide a natural diet that finishes the meat to a superb flavor and texture.  With these qualities Bresse form the foundation of a gourmet meat industry in France that results in sales each year of more than $75 million for these rare and coveted birds.  Currently, a Bresse capon in a Parisian butcher shop sells for as much as $200, and there is an insatiable demand for their meat throughout the year.   Greenfire Farms is the first and only importer of authentic Bresse into North America, and we call our birds American Bresse to di
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          Four Austin councilmembers seek to cut Crew subsidy by $37m      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Four members of the Austin city council have proposed revised lease terms for a proposed MLS stadium for the relocated Columbus Crew, two days in advance of a council vote on the subject. The new terms: • Raising the team’s … Continue reading
          Federal Judge Dismisses ERISA Suit Against 401(k) Plan's Fiduciaries As Untimely      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio federal judge on July 12 dismissed a breach of fiduciary lawsuit filed against the sponsor, administrator and fiduciaries of 401(k) retirement plan, finding that the claims are foreclosed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act's statute of limitations (Enrique Bernaola v. Checksmart Financial LLC, et al., No. 16-684, S.D. Ohio, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 115882).
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Bradley, Patrick 1984 - 2018 Patrick A. Bradley, age 34, passed away Sunday, August 5, 2018. He was born on July 11, 1984 in Columbus, OH. Patrick...
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          Hotly contested Ohio race get closer after hundreds of uncounted votes are found      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The nail-biter playing out in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District got even closer Wednesday after 588 uncounted votes were found in a suburb of Columbus, according to county officials.
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          What Ohio’s Special Election Means for 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Democrat Danny O’Connor sustained a heartbreaking defeat Tuesday night in the special election for Ohio’s 12th Congressional District.

The morning after the election, O’Connor’s deficit was 1,754 votes out of 202,521 ballots cast. There are provisional and other ballots to be counted, but it appears that the Republican victory will hold. A rematch will take place in the fall between O’Connor, and the apparent GOP winner, Troy Balderson.

As mentioned in our two prior articles, no Democrat for statewide or congressional office, has won a majority in the current 12th District since 2006. O’Connor won 49.6 percent of the major party vote5.6 points above Hillary Clinton’s performance in 2016. Accordingly, the trend of Democratic congressional candidates in special elections far exceeding the 2016 Clinton percentage remains intact.

A closer margin within the district is encouraging, but also hints at a missed opportunity.

In Franklin County (Columbus), where 35.2 percent of the vote was cast, it is unfathomable that a large urban county would have greater turnout impact in a special election than in a presidential year.  Combined with neighboring Delaware County, 64.3 percent of the vote was delivered in these two counties alone—nearly 5 points higher than their 2016 presidential vote share. The NCEC set a winning percentage at 65 percent for Franklin and O’Connor marginally surpassed that with 65.3 percent of the major party vote.  In Delaware, despite O’Connor’s historically impressive 45.8 percent, the 4,876 vote deficit there ultimately cost him the election. As we noted yesterday, he needed between 47 and 47.5 percent there in order to carry the district.

What this Means in the Fall for Suburban Districts

Urban-suburban enclaves like Franklin, encompassing the city of Columbus, will deliver dramatically improved results for Democrats. If this reflects a broader trend for suburban areas across the country, we could see victories in districts like Pennsylvania’s 5th and 6th (Philadelphia suburbs), New Jersey’s 7th and 11th (New York City suburbs), and in California’s 25th (Los Angeles suburbs).

The Delaware County results in Ohio’s 12th show that the overwhelmingly white suburban-exurban areas are moving in a Democratic direction. It is not clear if this shift will happen in time to win the House in 2018.

This trend is especially true in districts that are a mixture of suburban, exurban, and rural segments. Consider what happened last night where O’Connor generated a margin of almost 17,000 votes in Franklin and Delaware. In the remaining 36 percent of the district, a deficit exceeding 18,000 offset those urban and suburban gains. Had O’Connor lost Delaware by slightly less than 3,000 votes he would have won the election.

We went into last night thinking O’Connor needed 40 percent of the major party vote in rural and blue-collar Licking County but O’Connor only achieved 38.7 percent of vote. The good news for O’Connor was the vote share in Licking declined from 21 percent in 2016 to 19 percent in 2018. Perhaps the Trump intensity will be exceeded by anti-Trump intensity in November.  Moreover, O’Connor exceeded the Clinton percentage by 4 points in Licking CountyO’Connor needed to run 6 points above the Clinton percentage in order to win district wide.

The only county in the district where O’Connor performed worse than Clinton was Muskingum (Zanesville). Keeping in mind that this is Balderson’s home area, a deficit of almost 4,000 was devastating, and perhaps more attention should have been focused on at least emulating recent Democratic performances there. Balderson doesn’t mirror Donald Trump’s hold on certain alienated white voters, so perhaps this result could have been mitigated. O’Connor also lost by 2,300 votes in Richland Countyanother rural areaalthough he won 40.9 percent of the vote (outperforming Clinton by 6.1 points).

In summary, O’Connor’s performance in Franklin County exceeded expectations and there were positive results in some of the blue-collar and rural areas.   It was the Delaware County result that doomed this election bid and given the evidence that the share of Delaware turnout29.1 percent last night, compared to 26.4 percent in 2016reveals that the Republicans buttressed their turnout in a few non-rural areas in the district. In the heartland, white suburban counties are evolving, but is this happening fast enough to affect the coming elections?

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          OH-12: Watch Cowardly GOPer Run Away When Asked If He Would Support Sexual Abuse Enabler For Speaker      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kudos to AlterNet for catching this:

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The special election for Ohio's 12th Congressional District takes place Tuesday. And Republicans are increasingly terrified about the prospect of losing yet another reliably conservative seat in a race that is now a tossup.

GOP candidate Troy Balderson, however, also appears to be terrified of tipping his hand about what he would actually do in Congress — starting with whether or not he would back a man mired in a sex abuse scandal for speaker of the House.

In a new video posted by American Bridge, when confronted about Jim Jordan's run for the speakership, Balderson simply ran away.

"You're trying to go to Congress, but you won't promise not to make Jim Jordan speaker of the House?" asked the man, following Balderson as he retreated into a GOP campaign office. "Tell me how that works. How do you make a sexual [abuse] enabler speaker of the House?"

"Can I help you?" asked a woman, getting in the man's face as Balderson retreated to the corner.

"Troy can, he's running for Congress, and he won't answer questions about Jim Jordan," the man persisted. "I just have that one question about Jim Jordan ... I think the answer is because you're committing to make a sexual abuse enabler speaker of the House."

"Troy, why are you hiding from this, man?" he said, as the woman attempted to block the camera. "Don't be a coward, be a man. You're running for one of the most powerful positions, political positions in the United States. And you are cowarding out back there."

Not only is Balderson weak, he’s also an idiot:

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Ohio state senator Troy Balderson is running as the Republican in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District special election today. At most points over the past hundred years, this would mean that he was virtually entitled to the seat. But it’s hard to be the Republican candidate in special elections these days—Balderson is locked in a virtual tie with his Democratic opponent, Danny O’Connor, and he didn’t help himself by stepping in a big old pile of shit the day before the election.

The bad moment came when Balderson told a crowd at a rally in Zanesville, OH that “We don’t want someone from Franklin County representing us.”

Franklin County, apart from being where O’Connor is from, is home to Columbus and is the most heavily-populated county in Ohio. As New York magazine notes, it’s also home to roughly a third of the district’s voters. Oops.

This wasn’t just a small jab, either; it was part of a larger rant where Balderson adapted his own version of the “coastal elite” narrative to fit people who live in...Columbus.

Here’s some more info:

O’Connor’s path to victory involves turning out the more Democratic northern suburbs of Columbus, which are located in Franklin County. Balderson needs to boost turnout in the rest of the district, which is more Republican. Per the Cincinnati Enquirer:

In a Monmouth University poll released Wednesday, O’Connor did the best in his home region, holding a 54 percent to 36 percent lead among Franklin County voters. Balderson led 48 percent to 38 percent in the remainder of the district, which includes his hometown of Zanesville.  

Rather than offering a message of district-wide unity on the eve of the election, Balderson explained to voters in his home county of Muskingum — where he won 80 percent of the vote in May’s primary — that they were key to him triumphing over the preferred candidates in other areas within the district:

I just want to explain to you why we beat Franklin County, why we beat Delaware County, where everybody thought that’s what was going to happen. We had the odds against us the whole time. Everyone said “you’re too far away Troy, you can’t do it” but guess what it means when you get a community, not just one person or six people, but a community that gets behind you, this is what you get. You get someone that comes out of a nine-way primary, 80 percent of the vote.

Balderson then marveled that a guy from Zanesville had just attended a rally with President Trump. “On Saturday I had the opportunity to stand with not only the president of the United States, but Donald J. Trump, the United States president,” he said. “I kept pinching myself.”

Then he returned to his point about hometown support, saying he needs even bigger turnout in Muskingum on Tuesday, lest it fall into the hands of someone from Franklin County. (Though for the past 17 years, Republicans seemed fine with having former Congressman Pat Tiberi, who was born in Franklin County, represent the district.)

I’ve got to have 85 percent. Eighty-five percent from Muskingum County this time, not 80, but 85. I’m counting on that. My opponent is from Franklin County, and Franklin County has been challenging. We don’t want someone from Franklin County representing us. And it’s really important that we move that needle tomorrow.

… It’s back to that whole community thing again. I could go on and on and on and tell you how important it is to have a community behind you. That’s the only reason I won that primary. And it shocked them. It shocked Franklin and it shocked Delaware County. It shocked all those counties, the bigger populated area ones, knowing that from eastern part of the Muskingum County, the Shaker Heights of Appalachia …

Let’s make this clown pay at the polls. Click here to sign up to Virtual Phone Bank for Danny O’Connor’s campaign.


          Tuesday’s primaries—what to watch for in Ohio and elsewhere      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

There are four primary elections, of various significance, scheduled for tomorrow night. While in a win in the special election for Ohio’s 12th district is both important and plausible, post-election analysis of the deeper trends will tell us more about what will happen in November.

In a previous post, we mentioned that Ohio’s 12th Congressional District is even more favorable towards Republican candidates than it was during the tenures of John Kasich and Pat Tiberi.

When the Republican Governor and state legislature gerrymandered the 12th District, Delaware County was expected to dilute the Democratic trend in Franklin County (Columbus). But as a result of Donald Trump and the demographic and cultural changes, it appears that Delaware is on its way to politically melding with Franklin as a suburban enclave—potentially neutralizing the gains Trump has made in Licking County and the rural segments of the 12th District. The Franklin and Delaware suburbs reflect the kind of district Democrats must win in November in order to gain control of the House. Conversely, while not ignoring Licking and the old manufacturing cities of Newark and Mansfield (Richland County), 60 percent or more of tomorrow’s vote will be accounted for in Franklin and Delaware counties.

The last statewide Democratic candidate to win Delaware County was Ted Strickland, when he was elected Governor in 2006. But Delaware is the fastest growing county in Ohio, and contains a far different demographic mix than was discernible in 2006. Strickland won 51.2 percent of the major party vote there. If Danny O’Connor, the Democratic candidate, wins tomorrow night, he may have to amass an even higher percentage in Delaware County than did Strickland, who won 57 percent of the vote district-wide.

This is not to understate the importance of the share of the vote that will come from Franklin County and the city of Columbus. To win tomorrow night, O’Connor needs a margin of more than 20 percent in Franklin, along with a vote share of 34 percent or higher. In Columbus which we expect will account for at least 14 percent of the total votes cast, O’Connor needs to win by a margin of 30 percent or more. Again, these are prototypical of the battleground terrain in the midterm election in November.

Licking County (which we expect will account for 20 percent or more of the total vote share) has always been a Republican leaning area. It is a more middle-class and blue-collar area in which Trump won by more than 30 percent in 2016. O’Connor will not win Licking County, but if he can narrow the margin to 20 or 15 percent (rather than 30 percent) of the major party vote, he would potentially clinch a district-wide plurality. Mansfield, a blue-collar, formerly-Democratic leaning old manufacturing city in Richland County swung to Trump in 2016, also deserves closer attention

What to watch for in tomorrow’s other primary elections

Kansas

If militant conservative Kris Kobach defeats Republican Governor Jeff Colyer tomorrow, a Democrat would stand a good chance of winning the general election. Moreover, two congressional races critical to Democratic midterm aspirations will be decided tomorrow night. In the 2nd Congressional District (Topeka area) former State House Minority Leader Paul Davis, who won a plurality of the district vote in his unsuccessful gubernatorial race, will be the Democratic nominee. There are several Republican candidates and Steve Watkins is the narrow favorite to win.

Even more attention will be focused on the 3rd District (Kansas City area) currently represented by Republican Kevin Yoder. Among the Democrats competing for the chance to unseat Yoder are Sharice Davids, an attorney who overcame enormous personal obstacles to be in this position; Brent Welder, a former Bernie Sanders campaign official; and Tom Niermann, a teacher who is signaling that he is the moderate candidate in this race. With one of the highest levels of educational attainment in the nation, the 3rd District mirrors how Democrats have made gains in Congress over the past election cycles. Winning both of these elections in the fall is critical to Democratic fortunes. Davis, Niermann and 2016 candidate Jay Sidie are all stronger general election candidates, but Welder may be the slight favorite tomorrow night.

Michigan

Michigan’s 8th Congressional District, an area that is more exurban than suburban, seems poised to nominate former Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense Elissa Slotkin as the Democratic nominee, who will oppose Republican incumbent Mike Bishop in the fall.

In the heavily suburban 11th District, located in the wealthy Detroit suburbs, moderate Republican Dave Trott is not running for reelection. Accordingly, both parties are holding competitive primaries. Trending Democratic, this race is as toss up in the fall.

Missouri

Democratic incumbent Lacy Clay is being challenged by progressive activist Cori Bush, a strong challenger in the 1st District (St. Louis area) who might unseat Clay.

In the 2nd district (suburban St. Louis), veteran Mark Osmack and attorney Cort VanOstran vie for the nomination. The winner will face Republican incumbent Ann Wagner, who is the favorite this fall. Still, a potential Democratic wave is as threat to Republican-held competitive suburban district.

Washington

In the 8th Congressional District, vacated by Republican Dave Reichert, three strong Democratic challengers lead the field. The winner will likely face state Senator Dino Rossi in November. This race is a toss-up and the district is more middle-class and culturally neutral than the booming Seattle suburbs.

We will post an analysis of the implications of these primaries on Wednesday.

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          Gilbert, Marie      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
COLUMBUS - Marie Mary Williams Gilbert, 76, passed away Tuesday August 7, 2018 at Hospice of the Carolina Foothills in Landrum, SC. She was the...
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Columbus Circle’s arcade-style stand for the Nintendo Switch has slots for two consoles, so you can play multiplayer games face-to-face with your buddies. It works just as well as a single console stand. It has a cable slot and ventilation so you can play on it for hours.
          Telecommuting Product Marketing Manager in Columbus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A software company needs applicants for an opening for a Telecommuting Product Marketing Manager in Columbus. Core Responsibilities of this position include: Creating compelling messaging and internal and external sales and marketing assets Maintaining and executing an overall product marketing strategy Conducting market research to determine emerging trends, market needs, and customer requirements Position Requirements Include: Domestic and international travel (10-20%) as required to visit customers and to attend internal meetings and industry events Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in an enterprise software product marketing role Must have a BA/BS Experience building, driving and executing product marketing across multiple regions A proven ability to build relationships with individuals and teams
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A software company is searching for a person to fill their position for a Telecommuting Presales Commercial Lines Subject Matter Expert in Columbus. Core Responsibilities of this position include: Serving as a subject matter expert in the operations of a P & C carrier Responding to requests for information or proposal, both written and oral Maintaining demonstration environments and executing standard product configurations Qualifications for this position include: Ability to travel to conduct demonstrations and trainings 5+ years of pre-sales experience with enterprise software Experience in the Property and Casualty Insurance industry Experience presenting across a range of audiences Strong technical aptitude
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OH-Columbus, General Contractor looking for a full time Traveling Project Superintendent for Commercial/ Industrial type construction. Company Pays out of town expenses including per diem, mileage, airfares, living arrangements, monthly stipend in addition to salary. Projects located in Michigan & Ohio ready to start within 14 days. rccsafety06@yahoo.com
          Ohio county finds hundreds of uncounted votes in already too-close-to-call special election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ohio election officials on Wednesday found 588 previously uncounted votes in its hotly contested special election for the state's 12th Congressional District.Officials found the votes in a Columbus suburb, according to the Cincinnati...
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OH-COLUMBUS, Job Description Nesco Resource Columbus East has a Material Handler Opportunity available in Columbus, Ohio!! Shift: Monday- Friday (temporary to hire) 3:30pm-11:00pm Pay: $11.00/hr. Duties: Pulling sheets from press machine Stacking paper Inspect sheets coming off of printer for imperfections Communicate any imperfections to press operator Lifting materials up 50lbs Lifting rolls of paper for pri
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OH-COLUMBUS, Job Description Nesco Resource Columbus East has a Material Handler Opportunity available in Columbus, Ohio!! Shift: Monday- Friday (temporary to hire) 3:30pm-11:00pm Pay: $11.00/hr. Duties: Pulling sheets from press machine Stacking paper Inspect sheets coming off of printer for imperfections Communicate any imperfections to press operator Lifting materials up 50lbs Lifting rolls of paper for pri
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OH-Columbus, Job Description We have partnered with a great company on the west side of Columbus looking for Material Handlers! This position requires that you be capable of lifting up to 40lbs on a consistent basis. 1st shift: 8am-4pm Tuesday-Saturday and $12/hr! Responsibilities: Utilizes RF units, scanners, CRTs or hard copy reports to record in an accurate manner the movement of merchandise from the time i
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Mardi soir, tous les regards aux Etats-Unis étaient tournés vers Powell, Westerville, New Albany… Ces villes de la grande banlieue de Columbus font partie du 12e district de l’Ohio, où l’on votait pour remplacer Pat Tiberi, démissionnaire de son siège...
          Gay Couple: US Postal Worker Called Us Homophobic Slur, Said She’d Stop Delivering Our Mail – WATCH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Michael Coward and his fiance Michael Vaughn, a gay couple in Columbus, Ohio, have filed a police report after a U.S. postal worker called them an anti-gay slur, took their names off the mailbox, and told them she’d stop delivering their mail.…
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NEW YORK -- Jonathan Quick watched plenty of New York Rangers games on television while growing up in nearby Milford, Conn. Alexei Kovalev Jersey ., but it was always a tough ticket to get into Madison Square Garden. Just once before he got on the ice at the age of 12 for an intermission pee-wee shootout, and then Monday night at the age of 28 the Los Angeles Kings goaltender made a much more memorable appearance. Quick shut out the Rangers 3-0 to put his team up three games to none in the Stanley Cup final and one victory away from a second title in three years. "You make one save and then you try to make the next," Quick said with little excitement in his voice after arguably his best performance in these playoffs. "We had a lot of guys that block shots, clear rebounds. Our (penalty kill) was very good tonight, possibly the difference in the game. You just make one save at a time and try to get ready for the next one." Of Quicks 32 saves, two of them stuck out. In the first period he got his stick on a shot by Mats Zuccarello that went off the post and was bound to deflect in, and in the second he extended his paddle to get a piece of Derick Brassards offering that couldve been just what the Rangers needed to get back into the game and perhaps the series. Quick couldnt remember what happened on either one. It was hard for anyone else to forget. "Hes one goalie that can save those kind of things," Kings defenceman Drew Doughty said. "Not to say that we expect those saves from him, but were so used to seeing them because they happen so often that its just normal business." After watching Quick win the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP during Los Angeless 2012 Cup run, Dustin Brown isnt even in awe anymore. The Kings captain used to look up at the video board to figure out just how the puck stayed out of the net, but now he doesnt even bother. "The best example is playing at the Olympics and seeing other guys react to it and Im just sitting there because Ive played with him long enough and hes made enough of those saves you kind of expect him to do it," Brown said. "Its not shocking by any means. Hes been doing this all playoffs." Quick hadnt been doing quite this in these playoffs. Monday night was just his second shutout in 24 games this post-season, but it was the ninth of his NHL career. His stats during this run -- a 2.80 goals-against average and .906 save percentage going into Monday -- were hardly dazzling, but teammates were eager to give him credit for what had transpired before his masterful Game 3 showing. "All I know is everyones talking about Quickie and hes a big, big part of the reason were here because he is a goaltender that makes big saves at big times," Brown said. Quick did need some help and got it with goals from Jeff Carter, Jake Muzzin and Mike Richards. Carters goal with 0.7 seconds left in the first period stunned the sellout crowd of 18,000-plus in the first Cup final game at the Garden in 20 years. Carters seemingly innocent flick of a shot deflected off the skate of diving Rangers defenceman Dan Girardi before going in off Henrik Lundqvists glove. "I was reacting low and it went high," Lundqvist said. "Its just one of those plays where, with a little luck there that puck ends up in the netting or the glass. Unfortunately, half a second left and it ended up in our net. It was a tough play." That goal marked the first lead for the Kings since Game 6 of the Western Conference final against the Chicago Blackhawks. Los Angeles came back from two-goal deficits to win Games 1 and 2 at Staples Center. "It was a little bit easier scoring first, obviously," centre Anze Kopitar said. "Scoring at 0.7 left the first takes a little bit of wind out of their sails and energizes us." A rash of high-sticking penalties by the Rangers early in the second period didnt help, and Marc Staals led to Muzzins power-play goal. With Martin St. Louis trying to get his body in front of Muzzins shot from the point, the puck instead went off the Rangers winger and past Lundqvist 4:17 into the second period. Fans tried to generate some noise off the face-off, and the Rangers followed with plenty of chances to get back into the game. The power-play unit that entered the night 1-for-8 in the series managed some sustained pressure but came up empty thanks to Quicks brilliance. New York finished 0-for-6 on the power play in Game 3. Asked what went wrong in general, coach Alain Vigneault answered only: "We couldnt score." When Lundqvist was asked what happened, the usually charming media darling fired back: "Better question." What happened in the second period was the Rangers fell behind 3-0 as Richards got a two-on-one with Trevor Lewis, banked his initial shot off Ryan McDonagh and buried his second to put the Kings in cruise control. Despite 15 multi-goal comebacks already in these playoffs, an NHL record, a three-goal deficit looked daunting even as the Rangers out-shot the Kings 32-15 overall because Quick appeared unbeatable. Ultimately, he was. "He was obviously the best player on the ice tonight," Vigneault said of Quick. "Give them credit. They found a way to put the puck past our real good goaltender and we couldnt do it." Marian Gaborik, playing his first game back at the Garden since the Rangers traded him to the Columbus Blue Jackets at the 2013 deadline, called Quick the Kings "cornerstone" Monday night. Doughty termed him their "backbone" all the time. Monday night was a reminder of that to anyone who forgot how good Quick can be at his best. "I dont think he has to remind us too many times," Kopitar said. "We know what hes capable of. Thats why we love having him back there." Twice in Game 3 he made saves that earn him that kind of love and admiration and a place on highlight reels. At the 12:37 mark of the first, Zuccarello had a no-doubt goal from just in front, but his shot hit the post and then Quicks before going wide. "It was an empty-net goal, and he got a piece of it," Brown said. "That allowed us to get our legs going and not fall behind early." Quicks most spectacular of the night came 10:22 into the second on Brassards offering from the side of the net. A cross ice pass forced Quick to go full extension, and with his paddle almost parallel to the ice he kept it out. "It looked from the bench like the guy just missed it, but you look at the replay and he gets a piece of it," Brown said. "He has a different style than all the other goalies in the league. Hes just quick and he gets post-to-post faster than any goalie in the whole entire league." Now one victory away from a second championship in three years, Quick isnt a strong Conn Smythe candidate this time around. But in dominating against the Rangers on Monday night, he put the Kings on the verge of recapturing the trophy they really care about. "Hes still been very sharp for us and hes been a huge key for our success without a doubt," Doughty said. "Maybe he didnt have to stand on his head like he did in 2012 but tonight I thought he stood on his head." NOTES -- Neither team made any lineup changes from Game 2, which meant that Kings defenceman Robyn Regehr missed his 16th straight game with injury. David LeNevu again served as the Rangers backup goalie with Cam Talbot (undisclosed) still out. ... A handful of celebrities were featured on the arenas video screens, including New York Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire, late-night TV host Jimmy Fallon and actors Bryan Cranston and Robert De Niro. That dampened the enthusiasm of a crowd that included more than a few people who paid a premium to attend. Tickets on the secondary market were going for over US$1,000. As their realistic chances of making it a series hung in the balance, the Rangers didnt put together a season-saving performance. After falling behind, New York picked up two straight high-sticking penalties that could have been worse had defenceman Marc Staal not gotten away with an extra one on Kings captain Dustin Brown. Staals offensive-zone high-sticking penalty that did get called led to the Kings second goal of the night. With Martin St. Louis trying to get his body in front of Muzzins shot from the point, the puck instead went off the Rangers winger and past Lundqvist 4:17 into the second period. Fans tried to generate some noise off the face-off, and the Rangers followed with plenty of chances to get back into the game. The power-play unit that entered the night 1-for-8 in the series managed some sustained pressure but came up empty thanks to Quicks brilliance. The 2012 Conn Smythe Trophy winners best save of Game 3 came just after a New York power play expired, when he got his stick on what should have been a gimme goal for Derick Brassard at the side of the net. While Quick made saves look easy, Lundqvist got a break. The Kings didnt manage a shot on net for more than nine minutes in the second period. When they got back on track, it didnt take long to suck the rest of the air out of the Garden. With Trevor Lewis accompanying him on a two-on-one rush, Richards took an initial shot that hit Rangers defenceman Ryan McDonagh, and the Kings forward buried the second offering to make it 3-0 at 17:14. A record 15 multi-goal comebacks have meant no lead is safe in these playoffs. But Quicks stellar play ensured this would not be the 16th. NOTES -- Neither team made any lineup changes from Game 2, which meant that Kings defenceman Robyn Regehr missed his 16th straight game with injury. David LeNevu again served as the Rangers backup goalie with Cam Talbot (undisclosed) still out. ... A handful of celebrities were featured on the arenas video screens, including New York Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire, late-night TV host Jimmy Fallon and actors Bryan Cranston and Robert De Niro. Mats Naslund Jersey . -- Shanshan Feng was alone in her opinion about the pin positions in the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Jacob de la Rose Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.canadiensauthority.com/authen...ns-jersey/ . And fellow Leaf, Jake Gardiner, hiking in Whistler.Tampa Bay Lightning forward Steven Stamkos continued towards his potential return on Friday, taking part in practice drills with light contact. While the 23-year-olds progress had some teammates saying he was looking pretty good, Stamkos offered a more tempered approach to his return. "I dont feel where I need to be in order to play a game yet, but its getting there," he told reporters after practice at the Bell Centre in Montreal. "Its nice to hear that the guys are saying that. Today I was in the corners a little more and getting bumped around (but) by no means was it full contact." Stamkos fractured the tibia in his right leg in a Nov. 11 game against the Boston Bruins and underwent surgery the following day. He returned to practice earlier than expected, leading each days progress to be closely monitored by Lightning fans as well as Canadians. Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman named Stamkos to Canadas 25-man roster for the coming Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, but with Canadas first game just two weeks away, the clock is ticking on his hopes to be healthy in time. "You just have to listen to your body," Stamkos said. "Were talking a lot about the Olympics and my goal is to try to be ready for those Games, but your body doesnt lie. If youre doing certainn movements and you feel pain then thats an indicator that maybe its not quite ready. Mark Streit Jersey. . "It is tough mentally as well, going in there knowing that youre a little hesitant in certain areas. Ive said that before that thats what you dont want so you just try to overcome that as you progress and you take more contact in practice and hopefully that goes away." Stamkos scored 14 goals and 23 points in 17 for the Lightning this season prior to his injury. However, opportunities to get into game action before the Olympics are dwindling for the sniper. The Lightning have four games remaining before the NHL goes on break for the Games with the teams final game coming Feb. 8 against the Detroit Red Wings. While the Brampton, Ontario native wouldnt commit to a timeline, he acknowledged his progress thus far and expressed hope for it to continue over the next two weeks. "It has gotten better," he said. "Theres less and less pain every time I get on the ice but there is still a little discomfort. "Im hoping in the next week and a half, two weeks, that that feels a lot better and I can do certain movements without having that pain or at least with some pain thats manageable. Right now its still a little sharp in certain areas so thats what Im trying to improve." Cheap Chargers Jerseys Cheap Rams Jersey Cheap Dolphins Jerseys Cheap Vikings Jerseys Cheap Patriots Jersey Cheap Saints Jerseys Cheap New York Giants Jerseys Cheap Jets Jerseys Cheap Raiders Jerseys Cheap Eagles Jerseys Cheap Steelers Jerseys Cheap 49ers Jerseys Cheap Seahawks Jerseys Cheap Buccaneers Jerseys Cheap Titans Jerseys Cheap Redskins Jerseys ' ' '
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Two teams that shed significant parts on Wednesdays NHL trade deadline square off Thursday night as the Edmonton Oilers host the New York Islanders at Rexall Place. Authentic Isaiah Oliver Jersey . The Islanders dealt Thomas Vanek to the Montreal Canadiens after less than a year on Long Island. Meanwhile, the Oilers dealt long-time sniper Ales hemsky to the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday for a fifth-round pick in 2014 and a third-rounder in 2015. Edmonton did snap a three-game slide on Tuesday, besting the Ottawa Senators 3-2. Jordan Eberle had the eventual game-winner and Taylor Hall had two assists. Ben Scrivens, one day after signing a two-year extension with Edmonton, posted 34 saves. Hemsky scored twice in his final game with the Oilers. The Czech Republic native posted nine goals and 17 assists in 55 games with the Oilers this season. A first-round selection (13th overall) by the Oilers in 2001, Hemsky has recorded 142 goals and 335 assists for 477 points in 652 NHL games. "Its just a mix of feelings," said Hemsky. "Its hard to leave from here because Ive been here for so long and I was comfortable here. I knew the city and the team and everything. Its the only team Ive been playing for so its kind of weird. Like I said, Im ready for the challenge." Edmonton also traded defenseman Nick Schultz to the Columbus Blue Jets for an upcoming fifth-round draft pick. The Oilers lost a 3-2 decision in New York back on Oct. 17 and have dropped three of the last four meetings. The Islanders, though, have lost three straight in Edmonton, where they have not won since March 13, 2003. The Islanders  take aim at their first two-game winning streak in well over a month on Thursday night. New York, aiming for a second straight trip to the playoffs, made a bold move back in October when it acquired winger Thomas Vanek from the Buffalo Sabres for forward Matt Moulson and two draft picks, including a first-round pick in 2014. The Islanders, though, have struggled for most of the season and it appeared as though they were going to be unable to re-sign Vanek before he hit unrestricted free agency this summer. Those factors all led to New York trading Vanek on Wednesday to the Montreal Canadiens. In return, the Isles got prospect Sebastian Collberg and will also get a 2014 second-round pick from the Habs if they make the playoffs. New York would also send Montreal a fifth-round selection should that happen. It marked the second trade in as many days for the Islanders, who on Tuesday shipped defenseman Andrew MacDonald to the Philadelphia Flyers prior to a game versus the hosting Winnipeg Jets. Vanek was a healthy scratch for that contest, but New York still managed a 3-2 victory in overtime to win for only the third time in its past 12 games. Michael Grabner had the winner in overtime, taking a lead pass from Cal Clutterbuck before racing past two Jets defenders. The speedy forward then beat Ondrej Pavelec with a forehand shot with 69 seconds left in the bonus frame. Colin McDonald and Anders Lee each scored in regulation, while Anders Nilsson made 36 saves in the victory. New York played most of the contest without forward Eric Boulton, who exited early with a hand injury. "I think that most guys know that this time of year is a little difficult, but I thought we were focused. We were ready to play obviously against a big strong hockey team thats playing real well," Islanders head coach Jack Capuano said. Despite winning the opener of a four-game road trip, the Isles are 13 points back of a playoff spot.   Authentic Russell Gage Jersey . -- Canadian freestyle skier Roz Groenewoud isnt letting surgery to both of her knees deter her expectations for the Sochi Olympics. Authentic Ito Smith Jersey . -- Theres nothing like winning to bring hope for a struggling team. http://www.cheapfalconsjerseysauthentic.com/ . Both the top-seeded Djokovic and sixth-seeded Fish took relatively easy paths, with the Serb winning when opponent Jo-Wilfried Tsonga retired in the second set with a sore arm and Fish dominating Janko Tipsarevic in two quick sets.The Winnipeg Jets and Edmonton Oilers hope to snap out of their respective struggles ahead of the holiday break as they go head-to-head on tonight at Rexall Place. Viewers in the Jets region can watch the game live on TSN Jets at 8pm ct/9pm et. You can also listen in on TSN Radio 1290 and on tsn.ca/winnipeg. Winnipeg was in action on Sunday night and lost 2-1 to the hosting Vancouver Canucks. It was the Jets fifth loss in their last seven games. Evander Kane scored a game-tying power-play goal in the second period, his 10th tally of the campaign, and Ondrej Pavelec made 23 saves. Mark Scheifele had an assist go give him three goals and five helpers over a six-game point streak. "We played a good road game. ... I thought our intensity stepped up in the second," said Winnipeg head coach Claude Noel. "We carried a lot of the play. We werent able to close out and push ahead. That was one of the problems we had." The Jets and Oilers opened the season against each other on Oct. 1, with Winnipeg notching a 5-4 victory in Edmonton. Michael Froliik had the game- winner, Scheifele scored and Pavelec made 34 saves. Authentic Deadrin Senat Jersey. Devan Dubnyk made just 23 saves and yielded all five goals in the setback. The Jets snapped a two-game losing streak to the Oilers and have won two of their last three in Edmonton. The Oilers are in the midst of a season-high six-game losing streak and have been shut out in three of their last five games. Edmonton has been outscored 24-6 over its longest skid since dropping six straight from April 4-16 of last season. Averaging just 2.45 goals per game, the Oilers have been shut out in an NHL high-tying six games this season and are coming off a 6-0 setback to the visiting St. Louis Blues on Saturday. Ilya Bryzgalov surrendered all six goals on 33 shots. "I wasnt good enough tonight. I didnt give our guys a chance to win," said Bryzgalov, who is 1-4-0 in seven games since joining the Oilers with a 2.94 goals against average and .917 save percentage. The Oilers are hoping to avoid posting their longest losing streak since dropping 11 in a row from March 8-31, 2011. Cheap Chargers Jerseys Cheap Rams Jersey Cheap Dolphins Jerseys Cheap Vikings Jerseys Cheap Patriots Jersey Cheap Saints Jerseys Cheap New York Giants Jerseys Cheap Jets Jerseys Cheap Raiders Jerseys Cheap Eagles Jerseys Cheap Steelers Jerseys Cheap 49ers Jerseys Cheap Seahawks Jerseys Cheap Buccaneers Jerseys Cheap Titans Jerseys Cheap Redskins Jerseys ' ' '
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Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has been on paid administrative leave for about a week, but the Buckeyes’ head coach is expected to learn his fate in Columbus at some point in the near future. The school announced on Sunday night that the investigation into Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes’ program regarding the handling […]

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Homelessness is a growing problem in many countries, for different reasons: in England, the migrant crisis; in Vancouver, Canada, lack of affordable housing; and in the U.S., often veterans fighting post-traumatic stress. One of the challenges in combating homelessness and ensuring adequate care is that the data regarding homeless populations isn’t standardized across sectors. This makes it difficult to coordinate care across multiple organizations.

The Community Technology Alliance (CTA), founded in 1991 to develop data-driven solutions to poverty and homelessness, is charged with coordinating data collection and cleansing. This information is put into dashboards to help understand needs of the homeless and to coordinate and provide care across multiple agencies. In 2015, with support from the Tableau Foundation and Interworks, CTA launched a data fellows program to develop data leads tasked with using data to tell a story about homelessness in their cities. This is just one example of Data for Good.

Data can be used for the good of society

Data and analytics leaders are in a unique position to build programs that benefit the Data for Good movement, in which people and organizations transcend organizational boundaries to use data to improve society.

“If you are a chief data officer or responsible for setting forth data strategies for your organization, you are in a unique position to restore some of the decline in trust in businesses by proactively pursuing use cases of ‘data for good,’” says Cindi Howson, research vice president,at Gartner. “Data can be used for the good of society, but private- and public-sector firms, nonprofits and NGOs still lack analytics resources and expertise. Data and analytics leaders must cross traditional boundaries to use data for good, to better compete for limited talent and to foster an ethical culture.”

CTA isn’t the only organization using data for the betterment of society. MasterCard anonymizes credit card data to be analyzed for smart city initiatives. Google offers hospitals search data to predict infection disease outbreaks and Yelp offers ratings data to cities to prioritize food safety inspectors.

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Attract data and analytics talent with Data for Good programs

Data for Good programs can be an effective way to attract data and analytics talent. New college graduates are increasingly looking for companies that afford them an opportunity to pursue projects that benefit the community or larger world. A recent Gartner survey found that one of the top two reasons female students study data and analytics was the desire to have an impact on their company and the world. At the same time, data and analytics jobs are increasing in numbers and difficult to fill. Offering paid time to pursue projects to help the community can differentiate a company in a highly competitive environment.

Companies are able to share data with the intention it be used for social good, assuming data owners are made aware

This is precisely what Nationwide Insurance did in 2007 when the then-CEO discovered the low high school graduation rates in his hometown of Columbus, OH. The company’s data and analytics experts donated their time to provide data that measured proficiencies and identified an early warning for struggling students. This pro bono project was so successful it was spun off into its own nonprofit.

Evaluate commercial data for social purposes

Companies can evaluate their data, both internal and external, for potential uses in Data for Good efforts. Generally companies are able to share data with the intention it be used for social good, assuming data owners are made aware of the possibility. For example, MasterCard shared anonymized data with New York University to check on the success of its redevelopment projects, smart city initiatives and programs to reduce greenhouse gases. The company has also tracked the benefits of microlending in Kenya.

Whether it's working with other companies to help address homelessness, allowing employees to spend a certain amount of days on a community project, or sharing data, data and analytics leaders, including CDOs, are in a unique position to establish Data for Good programs.

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          Removing Irish slave owner’s name from Virginia Park - should we really remember this man?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

There was no way the Irish could stay out of the debate over historical monuments and memory but should Irish America chose which Irish "heroes" we celebrate?

 From statues of Christopher Columbus to Confederate generals, all sorts of rage is being spewed -- rage in some quarters that America continues to celebrate imperialists and bigots; rage in other quarters that we are unfairly judging yesterday’s heroes by today’s standards.

And so we have a messy situation unfolding in Alexandria, Virginia’s Fitzgerald Square.  Or what used to be called Fitzgerald Square.

City officials are renovating the waterfront site and quietly took the name of the Irish-born assistant to George Washington off of the park.  The site is now referred to as “King Street Park at Waterfront.”

For now. Until a new name is chosen.

The changed “infuriated leaders” of the national Ancient Order of Hibernians, according to The Washington Post.

“The most important thing we want to bring home was not just to recognize the contributions of Colonel Fitzgerald, but all the Irish who worked on the docks here,” local AOH president Terry Riley was quoted as saying.

Waterfront Park in Alexandria, which used to be Fitzgerald Square.

The AOH has also reportedly collected over 1,000 signatures on a petition to restore the name and has also asked for more information about who exactly made the decision to drop Fitzgerald’s name from the park.

Fitzgerald, a Catholic, was born in Co. Wicklow, came to the U.S. and eventually served as an aide to George Washington.  He then became a prominent figure in Virginia politics, all of this at a time of rabid anti-Catholic sentiment in the U.S.

Why would anyone want to remove Fitzgerald’s name from a park?

An Alexandria city spokesperson told the Post officials had received “complaints about the connection between Fitzgerald and slavery.”

The Post added, “Records show that Fitzgerald was a slave owner.”

The spokesperson added, “Some in the community feel strongly in favor of Fitzgerald for historical or other reasons, and some feel strongly against for historical or other reasons. That’s an issue that can be discussed in the course of the naming process yet to come.”

The AOH has a point.  The names of prominent historical figures should not be yanked from public spaces under a shroud of secrecy.  And the Irish contribution to America must never be forgotten.

But it must also be noted that the AOH goes to great lengths to point out that it was founded to fight bigotry. Its website notes, “As a result of the persecution endured at home, many Irish fled to other lands seeking a better life. Those who chose America often wondered if they had made the right decision…these were still English colonies and while they tolerated other Protestant sects, they denounced Catholics because of a biased belief that they owed their allegiance to a foreign prince – the Pope.”

In addition, “As Nativist bigotry spread across America, so too did the AOH…They provided social welfare benefits to members and stood guard to defend church property.”

Given the AOH’s long history of defending a persecuted minority, do they really want to defend a slave owner?  Wouldn’t this be a great opportunity to remind folks that, for a long time, African Americans and Irish Americans had a lot in common, including their elite persecutors?

The AOH is absolutely right to want to honor “the Irish who worked on the docks.”  Why not unearth the name of a simple, working immigrant -- man or woman -- who came from Ireland and helped build America?  With sweat and labor that at least was compensated with wages, that taught their children the value of hard work in the U.S.?  As opposed to the kind of brutal oppression the British and other slave-holding elites practiced on Irish and African Americans?

The AOH rightfully reminds Americans of how Irish Catholics were mistreated in America.  The Irish were not the only ones.

Should Colonel Fitzgerald's names have been removed from this Virginia Park? Who would you rather see memorialized? Let us know on social media or in the comment section below.

Read more: Most of 40,000 Irish who fought for the Confederacy were not fighting for slavery says historian


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          Ohio State's other head coach: Mickey Marotti's crucial role as Buckeyes navigate camp without Urban Meyer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Meyer and Mariotti's relationship goes back to 1987, and that's where you should look to find out who's keeping OSU together without Meyer.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ever miss something so obvious that when you realize it, it hits you across the face with big serving of, "duh?" Happened on Tuesday as Ohio State got rolling with its fourth practice of fall camp.

Amid the university's investigation of Urban Meyer that has the Buckeyes' head coach on paid administrative leave, we've been wondering how exactly acting head coach Ryan Day is handling his new role, suddenly in charge of a program that ranks in the top-five in college football. 

We forgot about the guy who's essentially held the role of head coach No. 2 every year that Meyer has been in Columbus.

The slap across the face came after the players were done stretching at the start of Tuesday's practice. Normally, they'll gather around Meyer, get the message of that day and then head to their respective areas of the field for the first period of practice. On Tuesday, they gathered around strength coach Mickey Marotti. 

Strength coach probably doesn't adequately describe Mariotti's role. Officially, he's the Assistant Athletic Director for Football Sports Performance. Strength coach just rolls off the tongue better. But Marotti is a coach in every sense other than helping design game plans and making decisions on Saturdays. Otherwise he's heavily involved in the operation, and has a greater influence on the totality of the roster than any other person in the football building.

"Coach Mick is the guy who keeps that team together," former OSU center Billy Price told cleveland.com on Wednesday. "He's with us more than any other coach."

This isn't to diminish Day's role as acting head coach, because we don't know what's happening in meetings and the safe assumption is that he's taken on some added responsibility. And if the time ever comes that it's needed, he'd be the face of the program. But when it comes to the voice that keeps the team together while Meyer is away, it's Marotti that's best equipped for that.

It's essentially Marotti's team for half the year. It's Meyer's program, obviously. When the Buckeyes are in spring practice for five weeks in March and April, in camp in August and during the season, Meyer's is the constant voice. When he's on the road recruiting, or in the times of the year of when coach access is restricted and strength and performance training are the focus, Marotti's voice is the one that rings loudest.

Right now, in this void, Ohio State needs that voice more than it ever has.

The team has strong leaders among its players. This isn't to diminish that either. Guys like Parris Campbell, Terry McLaurin, Dre'Mont Jones -- you know the names -- are surely taking up the task of keeping things on track while the program waits to hear what will happen with Meyer. But when looking to someone for stability, a familiar face with a commanding presence and words that carry weight throughout the building, look to Marotti.

Day apparently spoke with analysts from the Big Ten Network on Tuesday. He told them that he wanted to make sure the defensive players on the team at least got a feel for who he was by way of introduction, but mostly he's been with the offense, along with Kevin Wilson. Greg Schiano and Alex Grinch have been coaching the defense. That's how it looked at practice. That's how it would be under Meyer anyway.

With the way Ohio State tries to cultivate cohesion within its smaller position groups, and then collectively on each side of the ball, there isn't always the opportunity for a guy like safety Jordan Fuller to know what Day is all about. That makes sense. In the same way, quarterback Dwayne Haskins knows Schiano, but isn't necessarily used to being coached by him.

They all know Meyer, what he expects. And they all know Marotti.

In knowing them, you probably find a lot of similarities between the two.

"Knowing Urban how I know Urban, knowing Mickey, that's a match made like no other," Bob Davie told USA Today back in 2016.

Davie, now the head coach at New Mexico, was the offensive coordinator at Notre Dame when Meyer got hired there as receivers coach in 1996. Two years later, when Davie was head coach, he hired Marotti as Notre Dame's strength coach on the recommendation of Meyer.

Meyer and Marotti have been together off and on since they were both graduate assistants at Ohio State in 1987. Their bond started to take shape when Marotti was at Cincinnati, Meyer's alma mater, in 1995. When Meyer got hired as Florida's head coach in 2005, he brought Marotti with him. They've been linked ever since. 

The methodology has evolved over the years. What hasn't changed is Meyer's total trust in Marotti to develop his players the right way. Marotti has been an integral part of Meyer's player leadership counsel, and a close friend and advisor to the coach. In 2013, both opened up to cleveland.com about their relationship, and how Marotti can at times provide the same kind of mental stability for Meyer that he does for players.

"We sit right there and we talk about not, 'Should we run the ball 26 times instead of 24 times, or should we play cover-2?' or all this," Meyer said then. "We talk about where are we?"

Emphasis on the "are" there, because nobody has the pulse of the team like Marotti.

"Creating that bond," Meyer said of Marotti at media day before the 2014 National Championship, "that's what he does better than anybody in America."

Meyer and Marotti are united in the way they develop players, cultivate leadership and build a winning culture. They stabilize each other as much as they do program. That comes across to the players in a way that's positioned Marotti on nearly the same level as the head coach, even if there's an understanding that everything is done according to Meyer's vision.

So if you've been wondering how things have been different for the team while this is happening, the answer is probably not very much at all. Meyer's absence is notable, but the structure he's built remains through Marotti, Meyer's right-hand man, and the assistant coaches.

Every summer Marotti and Meyer have a tradition in which the strength coach -- after a May, June and July spent training the players -- "hands the keys" to Meyer during a team dinner before the start of that camp. It's a transition of power, from Marotti leading the program to Meyer leading the program, from physically and mentally training to practicing and playing games.

Meyer was put on leave on August 1, about 24 hours before that tradition was supposed to happen last Thursday night. The team still had its dinner, business as usual amid a cloud of uncertainty. The team's hope is that Meyer will be reinstated in short order. The university said last Sunday night that it expects its investigation to be completed within two weeks.

In the meantime, Marotti is still holding the keys.


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          No additional gas from Angelin      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Thursday, August 9, 2018

bpTT’s Angelin natural gas field will not relieve the chronic natural gas shortage facing downstream companies and Atlantic LNG.

The company admitted that Angelin will only allow it to maintain its natural gas production at 2.1 billion cubic feet a day and will “Upcoming developments are aiming to keep bpTT at a plateau level of production around 2.1 bcf/d,” the company said.

This will be disappointing news for the downstream sector that has been so hard hit by the natural gas shortage and which is now facing higher prices and shorter contract terms as they negotiate with the NGC.

It will also mean that Finance Minister Colm Imbert will not be able to get more revenue from either higher natural gas production, or higher methanol, ammonia or urea production.

Last week, bpTT announced the arrival of its Angelin platform in T&T. Angelin, which will be the energy company’s 15th offshore platform, was fabricated in Altamira, Mexico. The topside and jacket sailed from Altamira on June 30.

The Angelin facility will be located 60 kilometres off the south east coast of Trinidad in water depths of approximately 65 metres. Angelin was originally discovered by the El Diablo well in 1995 and appraised by La Novia in 2006.

The development will include four wells and will have a production capacity of approximately 600 million standard cubic feet a day (mmscfd).

Gas from Angelin will flow to the Serrette platform via a new 21 kilometre pipeline.

First gas is expected in the first quarter of 2019.

The company’s regional president Claire Fitzpatrick said: “Angelin is part of bpTT’s long-term plan to develop its resources in the Columbus Basin and the development underscores bpTT’s commitment to T&T.

The safe arrival of the jacket and topsides is an important milestone and we are now focusing on the next stages of the project as we progress towards first gas in 2019.”

A recent report by the Ministry of Energy projects that this year natural gas production will average 3.79 billion cubic feet a day (bcf/d), increase to 3.94 bcf/d next year, 4.05 bcf/d in 2020 and 4.14 bcf/d in 2021.

The country’s installed capacity is 4.2 bcf/d and part of the overall production of natural gas is re-injected into lift more crude oil.

The report said the increase is likely to come from Royal Dutch Shell which will bring on additional gas this year from its Starfish field. The company announced in May that it had produced first gas from Starfish.

The ministry’s report put first gas at a modest 22mmsf/d but noted that two more wells are expected that will increase and hold production at 138 mmscf/d.

Starfish was originally drilled by the then BG Trinidad, which is now Shell, and was a spectacular failure that eventually led to a major shake up at the local company.

The ministry’s report states that Starfish will be produced using existing subsea infrastructure between the Dolphin platform and Starfish Field.

Shell is also expected to add 100MMscf/d from the Dolphin field with the drilling of four wells. The additional gas should come on by the fourth quarter of this year.

Shell is also planning two development wells for block 5( c) and one exploration well in 5 (d).

bpTT is expected to remain in fairly aggressive mode over the next two years and will drill three development wells in Cannonball and two in Cashima.

It will also seek to replicate its success by drilling two exploration wells in 2019 —Ginger and Jasmine.

The ministry’s document shows that bpTT will bring its Cassia compression platform into service in 2020 as it maintains its high production rates from the prolific Columbus basin.


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U.S. News and World Report, by David Catanese Posted By: Pluperfect- Thu, 09 19 2018 10:19:34 GMT Ohio´s special election ended up not being a wave, but a wash. Republican Troy Balderson, an unremarkable state senator, appeared to stave off what would´ve been a calamitous defeat to Democrat Danny O´Connor on Tuesday night in a traditionally bright red Columbus'area district. On Wednesday, Balderson clung to a lead of about 1,700 votes with several thousand provisional ballots left to be reviewed, leaving the Associated Press without an official call of the race. But the fact that Balderson´s likely margin of victory was under a single percentage point will cause alarm to a number of GOP congressional members thought to
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Fox News, by Edmund DeMarche Posted By: Pluperfect- Thu, 09 29 2018 09:29:16 GMT The nail'biter playing out in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District got even closer Wednesday after 588 uncounted votes were found in a suburb of Columbus, according to county officials. The ballots were tallied and Democrat Danny O’Connor gained 190 votes on Republican Troy Balderson. The GOP candidate, who was endorsed by President Trump, currently leads by 1,564 votes. The Franklin County Board of Elections said in a news release that the newly discovered ballots had not been “processed into the tabulation system,” and the issue was corrected. O’Connor, who is from Franklin County, celebrated the news by tweeting red sirens and informing his followers
          Family pleads for answers after 24-year-old man shot during apparent home invasion      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Manias Family sat close to one another outside of Grant Medical Center, as they plea for answers in the case involving their loved one, Eric.

"Eric is one of my twin boys. I call him my hero," said Emmanuel Manias, Eric's dad. "He was challenged from the beginning of life with a heart condition pulmonary atresia, which does not allow the oxygen to pump into your blood."

According to Columbus police, Eric was involved in an apparent home invasion involving two male suspects.

"He was out with friends at an establishment in Easton ... got home around 12:25 a.m. or so. And these gentlemen approached him as he was walking into his apartment, shot him, pushed him into the apartment, beat him up and shot him again," Emmanuel said.

Eric suffered a gunshot wound to the abdomen, a gunshot wound to the left arm, a fractured hip, fractured jaw, fractured orbital socket, numerous cuts, bruises and other internal issues.

"You feel, um, you're helpless," said Alexis Hanson, Eric's sister. "You can't do anything for him. It's really hard to see him like that."

Detectives are now searching for the men responsible for his injuries.

"Just, just come forward," Eric's mom Cynthia pleaded while holding back tears. "Please make a statement. No questions asked."

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Mayday Parade have announced the details of a massive US headline tour. 

If that wasn't enough for you, they are bringing along some cracking supports too.

So, here we go. 

First you'll be getting the brilliant Oh, Weatherly:



Then pop-punk legend William Ryan Key:



THEN Some more acoustic goodness in the form of This Wild Life:



Then after all of that you will be getting a whole heap of Mayday:



What a line-up. 

Like the sound of it? The dates look a little like this:

02 - TALLAHASSEE Moon
04 - BIRMINGHAM Iron City
05 - NEW ORLEANS House Of Blues
06 - HOUSTON White Oak Music Hall
07 - SAN ANTONIO Alamo City Music Hall
09 - DALLAS House Of Blues
11 - PHOENIX The Van Buren
12 - LAS VEGAS Vinyl @ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
14  -SAN DIEGO House Of Blues
16 - ANAHEIM House Of Blues
17 - BERKELEUC Theatre
18 - SACRAMENTO Ace of Spades
20 - PORTLAND Wonder Ballroom
21 - SEATTLE Showbox
23 - SALT LAKE CITY Complex
24 - DENVER Summit Music Hall
26 - CHICAGO House Of Blues
27 - MILWAUKEE Rave
28 - ST. LOUIS Pageant
30 - MINNEAPOLIS First Avenue

NOVEMBER

01 - CINCINATTI Bogart’s
02 - ROYAL OAK Royal Oak Music Theatre
03 - CLEVELAND Agora Theatre
04 - COLUMBUS Newport Music Hall
06 - PITTSBURGH Stage AE
07 - TORONTO Rebel
08 - BUFFALO Town Ballroom
09 - SAYREVILLE Starland Ballroom
10 - BOSTON House Of Blues
13 - NEW YORK PlayStation Theater
14 - PHILADELPHIA Fillmore
15 - SILVER SPRING Fillmore Silver Spring
16 - CHARLOTTE The Fillmore
17 - ATLANTA Masquerade
18 - NASHVILLE Marathon Music Works
20 - JACKSONVILLE Maverick’s
21 - TAMPA Ritz Ybor
23  - LAKE BUENA VISTA House Of Blues
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          Ohio Democrat Danny O'Connor just gained nearly 200 votes after uncounted ballots discovered      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Election officials in Ohio's Franklin County discovered 588 uncounted ballots from Tuesday's special election in the state's 12th congressional district, and after they were counted, Democrat Danny O'Connor netted 190 votes. That cut Republican Troy Balderson's lead to 1,594 votes, with 3,435 provisional ballots and 5,048 absentee ballots left to be processed by Aug. 24. "The votes from a portion of one voting location had not been processed into the tabulation system," the Franklin County Board of Elections said in a statement, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

O'Connor hasn't conceded the race, in which a colorful Green Party candidate, Joe Manchik, picked up at least 1,127 votes. But Balderson still has the upper hand, The Columbus Dispatch explains:

He needs to win about 57 percent of the remaining 8,483 uncounted ballots to make up the deficit. While that might sound doable, the 8,483 total assumes every single provisional ballot will be counted and that every single uncounted ballot that was mailed overseas or to a member of the military is returned within 10 days. [The Columbus Dispatch]

If the final tally shows a difference of 0.5 percentage points or less between Balderson and O'Connor, there will be an automatic recount. Either way, the two candidates will face each other again in three short months.


          Baker Mayfield not fazed by lack of 1st-team reps as preseason opens - cleveland.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Physical Therapist - Skilled - (PT - Skilled)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted on: 2018-08-09

Job Category
Physical Therapist
Profession
Skilled
Specialty

Shift

Duration
13 Weeks
Start Date
ASAP
Pay Rate
$42.00 - $44.50
Job Description & Requirements
Physical Therapist - Skilled - (PT - Skilled)
Physical therapists (PTs) are health care professionals who diagnose and treat individuals of all ages, from newborns to the very oldest, who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives. PTs examine each individual and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. In addition, PTs work with individuals to prevent the loss of mobility before it occurs by developing fitness- and wellness-oriented programs for healthier and more active lifestyles. Physical therapists provide care for people in a variety of settings, including hospitals, private practices, outpatient clinics, home health agencies, schools, sports and fitness facilities, work settings, and nursing homes. State licensure is required in each state in which a physical therapist practices
Required Qualifications
ACTIVE GA LIC
Preferred Qualifications
1YR SNF
About the Facility
Call for details.
Facility Location
Columbus, Georgia, is a city of almost 200,000 residents located on the Alabama border midway between Montgomery and Macon. Ranked fourth on the 100 Best U.S. Cities to live by Best Life Magazine, the city is also home to eight historic districts and rich in Civil War history. Major museums include the Columbus Museum, the National Civil War Naval Museum, and the Coca-Cola Space Science Center. Atlantas world-class entertainment and amenities are just 100 miles to the north.
Job Benefits
Allied travel assignments are typically for 13 weeks and offer generous packages that include:
  • Competitive pay rates
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • 401(k) and Flex Spending
  • Life Insurance
  • Accident and Short-term Disability Coverage
  • Free Continuing Education
  • Free Private Housing
  • Refer a friend and earn extra cash!

About the Company
Club Staffing, an AMN Healthcare company, is the leader in allied healthcare staffing, with thousands of travel positions available throughout the United States. We are dedicated to meeting the unique needs of each allied healthcare professional; whether it's travel, per diem, temp-to-perm, or permanent. We also offer more therapist, laboratory and medical imaging jobs in more places than other travel companies. AMN Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer. We encourage minority and female applicants to apply.


          Needed Now-Owner Operator's - Pro-Tranz Logistics LLC - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hiring Owner Operator's OTR-All 48-2 weeks out 2 days home-2500 weekly average Regional-7-10 states driver chooses- 5 days out-2 days home-average 2500...
From Indeed - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 15:19:23 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Field Ticketing Specialists Needed - DIRECT HIRE - Nexus Staffing - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*Field Ticketing Specialists Needed - DIRECT HIRE* These are DIRECT HIRE positions for the world's largest oilfield services company! These are NOT temp-to... $18 - $22 an hour
From Indeed - Sun, 29 Jul 2018 21:32:41 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Bulls' Lowe dazzles in Triple-A debut      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rays No. 12 prospect Nathaniel Lowe knocked three hits and scored four runs in his Triple-A debut Wednesday as Durham coasted to a 17-2 pounding of Columbus.
          Wong, Velazquez, Meadows Power Rout of Columbus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DURHAM, NC - The Durham Bulls erupted for a season-high 17 runs and 21 hits as they took down the Columbus Clippers 17-2 Wednesday night at the DBAP.... - IL Durham Bulls
          Durham Bulls Game Notes - Wednesday, August 8, 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Columbus Clippers (60-54) vs. Durham Bulls (62-49)RHP Shao-Ching Chiang (3-2, 4.75) vs. RHP Ryan Weber (6-4, 2.17)After dropping last night's ... - IL Durham Bulls
          Jonathan Davis rejoint Marilyn Manson sur scène pour This Is The New Shit      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lors du Express Live! festival le 4 août dernier à Columbus (Ohio), Jonathan Davis de Korn a rejoint Marilyn Manson sur scène pour chanter le titre "This Is The New Shit". Un spectateur a capté la fin de la prestation qui est à regarder dans le post complet. On se souvient qu'en 2015, les deux amis avaient confirmé sur les réseaux sociaux qu'ils travaillaient sur un projet commun sans donner plus de détails. Leur dernière collaboration remonte à 2002 pour la bande originale du film La Reine des Damnés sur laquelle Manson chante le titre "Redeemer" composé par Davis. Reste à savoir si ce projet verra le jour dans le futur...



En 2015, Marilyn Manson déclarait :

Jonathan et moi étions très proches. Nous ne nous sommes pas vus depuis longtemps. Maintenant, lui et moi parlons de faire quelque chose de complètement inattendu ensemble. 

Et Jonathan Davis avait confirmé via Instagram les propos du révérend :
  
"Yes this is happening #ogshit."


          Part Time Graphic Designer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Aerotek Professional Services is looking to hire a Graphic Designer for a client in the Columbus, OH area. This will be a Part Time position and candidates must be available to work up to 20 hours per week. JOB DESCRIPTION: Design and create informational graphics revolving around marketing and technical communication with clients and project stakeholders Mock-up user design interfaces for computa
          Specialist, Bus Consulting - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Title Edited March 2010 JDC. If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk....
From Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 14:37:30 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Business Consulting Specialist (data analysis focus) - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Title Edited March 2010 JDC. If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk....
From Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 14:37:27 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Specialist, Business Consulting - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Title Edited March 2010 JDC. If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk....
From Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 08:37:28 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Sr Analyst, IT Risk Mgmt - IRM Capability Professional - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk. Number 54 on the Fortune...
From Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Tue, 31 Jul 2018 08:37:55 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Specialist, IT Risk Management - IRM Capability Professional - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk. Number 54 on the Fortune...
From Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Tue, 31 Jul 2018 08:37:55 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Consultant, Infrastructure Eng - Database Engineer (BigData & Analytics Engineer) - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Evaluated March 2010 JDC. If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk....
From Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 08:37:48 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Specialist, Infrastructure Eng - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Evaluated March 2010 JDC. If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk....
From Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 08:37:44 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Specialist, IT Analysis | Requirement Analyst - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk. Number 54 on the Fortune...
From Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 20:37:22 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Consultant, IT Analysis - Requirements Analyst (Guidewire Requirements Analyst Lead) - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk. Number 54 on the Fortune...
From Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 09:27:57 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          September 25 - Lydia Loveless      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lydia Loveless
Blessed with a commanding, blast-it-to-the-back-of-the-room voice, the 25- year-old Lydia Loveless was raised on a family farm in Coshocton, Ohio--a small weird town with nothing to do but make music. With a dad who owned a country music bar, Loveless often woke up with a house full of touring musicians scattered on couches and floors. She has turned this potential nightmare scenario (eww....touring musicians smell...) into a wellspring of creativity. When she got older, in the time-honored traditions of teenage rebellion, she turned her back on these roots, moved to the city (Columbus, OH) and immersed herself in the punk scene, soaking up the musical and attitudinal influences of everyone from Charles Bukowski to Richard Hell to Hank III.

Loveless's Bloodshot debut album Indestructible Machine combined heady doses of punk rock energy and candor with the country classicism she was raised on and just can't shake; it was a gutsy and unvarnished mash-up. It channeled ground zero-era Old 97s (with whom she later toured) but the underlying bruised vulnerability came across like Neko Case's tuff little sister. Indestructible Machine possesses a snotty irreverence and lyrical brashness that's an irresistible kick in the pants.  On her second Bloodshot album Somewhere Else, released after a few 7"singles and an EP, Loveless was less concerned with chasing approval -- she scrapped an entire album's worth of material before writing the set -- and more focused on fighting personal battles of longing and heartbreak, and the aesthetic that comes along with them. While her previous album was described as "hillbilly punk with a honky-tonk heart" (Uncut), this one couldn't be so quickly shoehorned into neat categorical cubbyholes. No, things were different this time around--Loveless and her band collectively dismissed the genre blinders and sonic boundaries that came from playing it from a safe, familiar place. Creatively speaking, ifIndestructible Machine was an all-night bender, Somewhere Else was the forlorn twilight of the next day, when that creeping nostalgia has you looking back for someone, something, or just... anything.

2016's Real is one of those exciting records where you sense an artist truly hitting their stride, that their vision is both focused and expansive, and that their talent brims with a confident sense of  place, execution and exploration. Whether you've followed Lydia's career forever, like us, or if you are new to her ample game, Real is gonna grab your ears. On her first two Bloodshot albums, there were fevered comparisons to acknowledged music icons like Loretta Lynn, Stevie Nicks, Replacements, and more. She's half this, half that, one part something else. We hate math. But, now Real and Lydia Loveless are reference points of their own. Genre-agnostic, Lydia and her road-tightened band pull and tease and stretch from soaring, singalong pop gems, roots around the edges to proto-punk. There are many sources, but the album creates a sonic center of gravity all its own.

Always a gifted writer with a lot to say, Lydia gives the full and sometimes terrifying, sometimes ecstatic force of the word. Struggles between balance and outburst, infectious choruses fronting emotional torment are sung with a sneer, a spit, or a tenderness and openness that is both intensely personal and universally relatable. It is, as the title suggests, real. Lydia Loveless has toured with artists such as Old 97's, Drive-By Truckers, Jason Isbell, Iron & Wine, Scott H. Biram, and the Supersuckers. Her music has been praised by Rolling Stone, NPR, Pitchfork, SPIN, Stereogum, Chicago Tribune, and more.

Loveless penned an original song for the 2015 film I Smile Back, starring Sarah Silverman, and was the subject of the 2016 documentary Who Is Lydia Loveless?, directed by Gorman Bechard.
          Director, Aviation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GA-Columbus, Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree in related discipline. Minimum Experience: Twelve years as a member of a corporate flight department in a management role OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities: - Expert knowledge of applicable federal aviation regulations. - Willingness to work long and sometimes irregular hours compliant to the Feder
          Captain      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GA-Columbus, Minimum Education: High School Diploma or completion of GED equivalent. Bachelors degree is preferred. Minimum Experience: Five years of Aviation experience including Pilot in Command experience. Corporate experience preferred. 3000 hours preferred. Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities: - Knowledgeable about FAA rules and regulations. - Basic computer skills. - Superior Customer Service skills.
          Aircraft Maintenance Assistant      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GA-Columbus, Minimum Education: High School diploma or completion of GED. Minimum Experience: Experience in maintenance and servicing with mechanical aptitude. Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities: - Basic computer skills - Good troubleshooting and problem solving abilities. - Good communications skills - Able to read wiring diagrams and follow directions. - Ability to bend, stoop, stand on a ladder and a r
          Corporate Tax Accountant      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GA-Columbus, Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree in Accounting. Minimum Experience: Five years in a senior accounting role with specific experience in bank tax, consolidated domestic federal and state corporate income tax returns and multi-state income tax returns, tax research software and writing technical advice letters to management OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Required Knowle
          Solutions Architect      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GA-Columbus, Top level technical expert in one or more highly specialized phases of applications systems analysis. Partners with business analysts, systems analysts and engineers in requirements gathering and reviews. Responsible for analyzing and translating business, information and technical requirements into an architectural blueprint that outlines solutions to achieve business objectives. Works with enter
          Travel Teller - Full Time - Bradley Park Branch - Columbus, GA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GA-Columbus, Minimum Education: High school diploma or equivalent Minimum Experience: Two years (2) of Teller experience; or one (1) year of Teller experience + one (1) year of college/vocational school; or one (1) year of Teller experience + one (1) year of experience in Retail sales environment. Prior Teller experience may be substituted with bachelor's degree in finance/business related field and one (1) ye
          Fraud Data Analyst      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GA-Columbus, Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree in computer science, applied mathematics, statistics or a related discipline OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum Experience: Three years of financial services/banking/credit/debit card industry experience in a data analysis/data mining role. Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities: - Analytical skills, including working with data s
          Senior Teller - Full Time - 10th Street - Columbus, GA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GA-Columbus, Minimum Education: High school diploma or equivalent Minimum Experience: Two years (2) of Teller experience; or one (1) year of Teller experience + one (1) year of college/vocational school; or one (1) year of Teller experience + one (1) year of experience in Retail sales environment. Prior Teller experience may be substituted with bachelor's degree in finance/business related field and one (1) ye
          3rd Shift Forge Supervisor      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GA-Columbus, Businesses PRATT & WHITNEY Job ID 69831BR Date posted 07/25/2018 City Columbus State Georgia Country US Pratt & Whitney, a recognized leading producer of the world's most powerful engines, is looking for dedicated individuals to support our organization. If you aspire to work in a dynamic environment and possess the motivations to convert new ideas into practice, this may be the opportunity you've
          Rasdale Stamp Company Announces APS StampShow 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Rasdale Stamp Company recently made an announcement concerning the upcoming APS StampShow, to be held in Columbus, OH from August 9th to 12th.

Westmont, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/09/2018 -- Rasdale Stamp Company recently made an announcement concerning an upcoming stamp show. According to Rasdale, the American Philatelic Society (APS) StampShow 2018 will be held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center from August 9th to 12th. The company gave the address for the convention center as 400 N. High St, Columbus, OH. Rasdale mentioned that it will be present at the stamp show, accepting consignments for its next public auction.

Rasdale went on to provide further detail about the APS StampShow. According to the company, this stamp show marks the 132nd annual convention of the American Philatelic Society. Rasdale went on to state that this show is being cohosted by the American Topical Association (ATA). Rasdale mentioned that this convention affords the opportunity for stamp collectors, exhibitors, historians, and members of the general public to socialize, increase knowledge of the hobby, and exchange stamps.

Rasdale also shared that StampShow 2018 will also feature stamp societies, live auctions, exhibits, stamp-related literature, meetings and seminars, and over one hundred stamp dealers. Rasdale also mentioned that the show will feature special first day of issue ceremonies for new stamps. Rasdale emphasized that StampShow 2018 is free and open to the public.

Rasdale went on to provide further detail about the location and timing of the event. According to Rasdale, the event will take place in Exhibit Hall B of the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Rasdale also said that the hours of the event will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday August 12th. Rasdale stated that it is excited for the opportunity to participate in this event, and hopes to help increase knowledge of the hobby. Further company details can be found at https://www.linkedin.com/company/rasdale-stamp-company/.

Rasdale closed its announcement by providing some company information. Rasdale indicated that is a family owned and operated company, and has been so since 1932. Rasdale said that it is passionate about stamp collecting, and supports the hobby by actively participating in a variety of associations, societies, and clubs. Rasdale further explained that it is an active member of the American Stamp Dealers Association, the Midwest Stamp Dealers Association, the American Philatelic Society, The American Topical Association, and the Bureau Society, among other organizations.

The stamp auction house can be followed at https://issuu.com/kellermannn40.

Name: Rasdale Stamp Company
Contact: Kim Kellermann
Address: 35 Chestnut Avenue, Westmont, IL 60559
Phone: 630-794-9900
Fax: 630-794-9958
Website: https://www.rasdalestamps.com/

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/rasdale-stamp-company-announces-aps-stampshow-2018-1026470.htm

Media Relations Contact

Kim Kellermann
Email: Click to Email Kim Kellermann
Web: https://www.rasdalestamps.com/

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          Ask Allie: Oh Well or What If?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
October 3, 2011 Allie Theiss Show! Tues & Thur 8 - 9 pm ET http://www.blogtalkradio.com/allietheissshow Universal Light Expo 2011 Oct 8 & 9 Columbus, OHIO http://www.universeexpo.com/ Visit Allie in booth 894 "Unleashing Your Sexual Energy" on Sunday Oct 9 from 11 - 11:50 am in the Richard Nolan Room Allie's ONLY EXPO in 2011! **Topics For Today's Free Readings** 1) How can she open her charkas? 2) What is her love life looking like for the rest of 2011? 3) Balancing her metaphysical pursuits and art - is it possible? Psychic Advice, Empowerment Coaching, Spells And Gypsy Healing: www.GypsyAdvice.com **Quote of the Week:** "If you rest, you rust." - Helen Hayes Out of Body Ecstasy Sex, OBE Forum, OBE Blog: www.OutOfBodyEcstasy.com **Show's Format** * Introduction from Allie * Q & A from B 6/81 * Overview of Allie's Two Cents * Deal of the Week * Q & A from CB * Overview of Out of Body Ecstasy * Oh Well or What If? * Q & A from S * Closing remarks Allie's Radio Show, Adult Toys and Novelties: www.ThePassionZone.com

          Ask Allie: Start Your Day Right!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
September 26, 2011 Allie Theiss Show! Tues & Thur 8 - 9 pm ET http://www.blogtalkradio.com/allietheissshow Universal Light Expo 2011 Oct 8 & 9 Columbus, OHIO http://www.universeexpo.com/ Visit Allie in booth 894 "Unleashing Your Sexual Energy" on Sunday Oct 9 from 11 - 11:50 am in the Richard Nolan Room Allie's ONLY EXPO in 2011! **Topics For Today's Free Readings** 1) Will anything romantic transpire between her and her friend? 2) What is going to happen between the two of them? 3) Which co-worker is lying? Psychic Advice, Empowerment Coaching, Spells And Gypsy Healing: www.GypsyAdvice.com **Quote of the Week:** "Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve." - Napoleon Hill Out of Body Ecstasy Sex, OBE Forum, OBE Blog: www.OutOfBodyEcstasy.com **Show's Format** * Introduction from Allie * Q & A from C 7/90 * Overview of Allie's Two Cents * Deal of the Week * Q & A from M * Overview of Out of Body Ecstasy * Start The Day Right! * Q & A from H 12/72 * Closing remarks Allie's Radio Show, Adult Toys and Novelties: www.ThePassionZone.com

          Ask Allie: When All Hell Breaks Loose!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
September 19, 2011 Allie Theiss Show! Tues & Thur 8 - 9 pm ET http://www.blogtalkradio.com/allietheissshow Universal Light Expo 2011 Oct 8 & 9 Columbus, OHIO http://www.universeexpo.com/ Visit Allie in booth 894 "Unleashing Your Sexual Energy" on Sunday Oct 9 from 11 - 11:50 am in the Richard Nolan Room Allie's ONLY EXPO in 2011! **Topics For Today's Free Readings** 1) He is tired of being alone. When will he find someone? 2) What is going to happen with her job? 3) Will C return to him? Psychic Advice, Empowerment Coaching, Spells And Gypsy Healing: www.GypsyAdvice.com **Quote of the Week:** "If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude." - Maya Angelou Out of Body Ecstasy Sex, OBE Forum, OBE Blog: www.OutOfBodyEcstasy.com **Show's Format** * Introduction from Allie * Q & A from SL 12/73 * Overview of Allie's Two Cents * Deal of the Week * Q & A from HO 9/82 * Overview of Out of Body Ecstasy * When All Hell Breaks Loose! * Q & A from T 8/30 * Closing remarks Allie's Radio Show, Adult Toys and Novelties: www.ThePassionZone.com

          Tribe places Martin on DL, recalls Allen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Indians announced Thursday morning -- before the Tribe's series finale with the Twins -- that Martin was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a "non-baseball condition." To accommodate the 25-man roster, outfielder Greg Allen was recalled from Triple-A Columbus.
          Another area code to be added for portions of state in 2020      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio says another area code will be added in some western and southern portions of the state. The commission approved a plan Wednesday to add a 13th area code. The 326 code will officially take effect in March 2020 and be overlaid on top...
          Completely Renovated Clintonville Ranch (American Listed) $171,900      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
with this lovely Clintonville ranch! - Incredible updates throughout - The Kitchen has actually been totally up

          Home and Income in Clintonville! (COLUMBUS) $495 3840ft 2 (SpreadMyAd)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
a state of the art CLINTONVILLE four unit building. West of High str ...

          Home and Income in Clintonville! (COLUMBUS) $495000 8bd 3840ft 2 (SpreadMyAd) $495,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
a state of the art CLINTONVILLE four unit building. West of High stre ...

          $190000 / Six BR - 2240ft² - ---->Don't Miss This One!<---- Clintonville Duplex (American Listed) $190,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
2659 Deming Ave 2659 Deming Ave Columbus, OH 43202 three Beds per side, Clintonville Duplex LISTING

          Three BR - 1618ft² - COMING SOON: Clintonville Charmer - OPEN FRIDAY, 11am-3pm (American Listed)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I have a lovely designer dress by Marys; s her outfits are excellence. and flawless. Once, its a size ten and has actually been worn. it has been dry cleaned and is stain complimentary. is floor length and has beading all over the dress. this gown brand new was 899.99 retail. I am asking 300.00 for the outfit. it is a strapless dress with a zip tie in the back. fluffy downward. and is genuinely a piece of art. your even more than welcome to ask any concerns or try it on very 1st prior to you buy it. I have extra accessories that can choose the gown needs to you like the outfit I will certainly reveal you the other pieces to it .

          2495 Lane Woods Drive (American Listed) $1,500,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This is a property for sale by Coldwell Banker - Arlington/Clintonville/Grandview Regional

          Single Family For Sale In Columbus, Oh (Real Estate Listings - Free Advertising) $260,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This Charming Clintonville Cape Cod is a MUST SEE. The home offers 3 beds, one baths, 1,658 sq

          Columbus, Ohio Home For Sale By Owner (National Mult Llist) $125,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
four-plex BRICK - Near Clintonville Four two BEDROOMs, 1 Bathrooms Units. New Windows. Washer

          330 W. Kanawha Ave. (Jacob Mercer (VisualTour)) $152,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This classic Clintonville charmer is ready for the finishing touches to make it a perfect home

          181 Glencoe Road 1790 sq. ft. Single Family Residential (American Listed) $311,900      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You won't want to miss this Clintonville Charmer! Upgraded throughout and including an expert grade

          Single Family For Sale In Columbus, Oh (Real Estate Listings - Free Advertising) $189,900      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Great home in Clintonville just waiting for your personal touch! You will fall in love

          291 Chase Road Columbus Three BR, NEWLY RENOVATED HOME IN (Remax) $214,900      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
RECENTLY REMODELED HOME IN CLINTONVILLE CHASELAND! Open floor plan w/ large master bedroom with gas

          Single Family For Sale In Columbus, Oh (Real Estate Listings - Free Advertising) $399,900      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Clintonville cape cod! JAW DROPPING, award winning J.S. Brown Co. custom designed high-end kitchen showcasing

          Single Family For Sale In Columbus, Oh (Real Estate Listings - Free Advertising) $305,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
and ample window light. Located in the Clinton Elementary School district, with easy access to Clintonville

          Genealogy program on Western Reserve set - The Columbus Dispatch      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Genealogy program on Western Reserve set
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Sarah Ann Hoke

For many years she was confused with Sarah Hogg/Houge, daughter of Hugh Hogg and Mary Patterson, who were located in the same area of Pennnsylvania as Sarah Ann Hoke, and her family. I have a book which simply claims that her name was misspelled on land documents, which led to the Hoke-Hogg confusion. I have always hoped to find one document to prove that was true. I was never able to fond anything which listed her as being a Hogg. Even if you use the soft g sound, it does not sound like Hoke. What really kept me looking to disprove the commonly held belief was the fact that I continued to see the Hoke name used today. It always kept me thinking that perhaps it was not a misspelling afterall. I actually solved the problem when I went after death records for her. It was a very good day!

Sarah Ann Hoke was born July 1, 1813 in York County, Pennsylvania. Her paents were Samuel Hoke and Elizabeth Weist. She was the third born child of seven.

She married Henry Hovis, August 23, 1830 in Noble County, Ohio, as her family moved there when she was young.

Together, She and Henry had nine children; Elizabeth, Jacob, John, Henry W., Sarah, Lewis H., Mary Ellen, Seth, and Amanda Hovis. These are the only children I hae been abe to find, but there may have been some that did not live into adult life. Seven of their children were born in Ohio, only the last two, Seth and Amanda were born in Brown County, Indiana. Henry moved the family to Brown County, Indiana about 1848 and homesteaded 120 acres in the Grandview area about 4 miles east of Stone Head.

In the 1850 U.S. Census, Sarah is present in Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana, with Henry, age 39, a farmer, her children; Elizabeth at 18, Jacob is 15, John, 12, Henry is 9, Sarah, 7, Lewis, 4, and Ellen is 3, she is, Mary Ellen.

The 1860 U.S. Census places them in the same place as 1850. Henry is 49 and still farming, Sarah is 47, Henry, 18, Sarah, 16, Louis, 14, Ellen, 12, Seth is 9 and Manda is 7.

In 1880, the census lists Henry, 69 still farming their land. Seth is living next door to them, and he is listed as a basketmaker. In the box that says, Maimed, Crippled, Bedridden or Otherwise Disabled, it says yes, for Henry. Sarah is 67, and her children are all gone.

Henry Hovis died on April 30, 1896, at 86 years old.

In the 1900 Census, for Brown County, Indiana, Sarah is 86. She is listed as having 11 children, 9 living. Her son, Henry W., is living with her. Also there is a Margaret Hendershot that is listed as a servant. Margaret is 18.

Sarah died on May 28, 1906 in Brown County, Indiana. She is buried in Grand View Cemetery, in Brown County Indiana.

Her Obituary:

The Columbus Republican
Columbus, Indiana
Thursday, June 7, 1906
Page 6

Mrs. Sarah Hovis, born August 1, 1813, in York county, Pennsylvania, died at her home in VanBuren township, Brown county, May 28, and was buried at Grand View cemetery, Brown county, at 3 o'clock p. m., May 29. Cemetery was conducted by Rev. A. Hancher. She was the mother of five sons and six daughters, two died in infancy. She was a member of Harmony Baptist church of New Bellsville, and a consistent Christian.

She was buried in the Grandview Cemetery in Brown County, Indiana.

Sources:
1850 U.S. Census, Van Buren, Brown, Indiana; Dwelling: 72 Family 75, Digital GS number: 4193369, Image number: 00107 Reference number: 16, FamilySearch.
1860 U.S. Census, Brown County, Indiana, (Van Buren TWP); Page: 24 Dwelling 177 Family 177, Series: M653, Roll: 246, Heritage Quest.
1880 U.S. Census, Brown County, Indiana, (Van Buren); Dwelling 243 Family 244, Series: T9, Roll: 267 Page: 345, Heritage Quest.
1900 United States Federal Census.  Page: 1; Enumeration District: 0029; FHL microfilm: 1240361 Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com.
The Columbus Republican, Columbus, Indiana, Thursday, June 7, 1906, Page 6.

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PORTLAND, Ore. — What slow start? The Portland Timbers have recovered and then some.

A 15-match unbeaten streak has moved the Timbers into second place in the Western Conference behind FC Dallas. The streak started with a 3-2 victory at home over Minnesota on April 8.

The latest win was a 3-0 victory over the Philadelphia Union last weekend that gave the Timbers their longest MLS undefeated streak since they also went 15 games without a loss in 2013. Portland is the only team with two streaks that long. The longest unbeaten streak is 19 games, set in 2010 by Dallas.

Portland's streak is also the longest in the league this season.

"Everyone is buying into what we're preaching," goalkeeper Jeff Attinella said. "Everyone is fighting each game and we're taking each game just as seriously as the last one. We're just going to try and keep it rolling."

It has been a dramatic shift from the start of the season when the Timbers started with five games on the road — because of construction at Providence Park — and were unable to come home with a win.

And home has been key to Portland's success. The Timbers (10-3-7) have yet to drop a game at home this season. In fact, the team has not lost at home in 16 regular-season matches dating back to last season.

"We are doing well," said Diego Valeri, the league's reigning MVP who leads Portland with eight goals this season. "I am very happy about the run we're having."

Portland, which has 14 games left, is heading into a Cascadia Cup rivalry match at home this Saturday against the Whitecaps, who sit in seventh place in the West. But first Vancouver faces Toronto FC in the first leg of the Canadian Championship on Wednesday night.

The Cascadia Cup is the three-way rivalry between the Timbers, Whitecaps and Seattle Sounders that was started by rivalry groups before the teams joined MLS. Portland and Seattle sit atop the table with three points apiece, while Vancouver has none.

The Whitecaps were coming off a 2-2 draw on the road to NYCFC, stretching their undefeated streak to three games.

"We have confidence in the team, so we've just got to keep pushing forward," Whitecaps forward Erik Hurtado said.

MATCH OF THE WEEK: Sporting Kansas City (10-6-6) moved into third place in the West with a 1-0 victory last weekend on the road against Houston. The team is on the road again this weekend for its first meeting with expansion LAFC (10-6-6), which is in fourth and jostling with Sporting for playoff position. LAFC was coming off a 2-1 loss on the road to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: San Jose's Vako was named the MLS Player of the Week for his two goals last Saturday against FC Dallas. The Earthquakes pulled off the 3-1 upset on the road.

Vako scored in the 19th and 88th minutes for the Quakes. He has six goals on the season.

WATCHING ATLANTA: The Timbers were continuing their upward swing, but Atlanta remains the hottest team in the league.

By far.

The Union, the first team in MLS to hit the 50-goal mark this season, sit atop the Eastern Conference at 14-4-6 with 10 games left. They are also atop the race for the Supporters' Shield.

Striker Josef Martinez leads the Golden Boot race with 26 goals in just 24 matches — and he's 11 goals in front of his closest competitor. He's just one goal away from tying the single-season record held by three players: Roy Lassiter of the Tampa Bay Mutiny in 1996, Chris Wondolowski with the San Jose Earthquakes in 2012 and Bradley Wright-Phillips with the New York Red Bulls in 2014.

Martinez already broke the league's career hat-trick record this season with his sixth.

Next up for Atlanta is a match at home against the Columbus Crew on Aug. 19.

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Gearing up for the stretch run of an enormously promising 2018 season, the Portland Timbers closed out the summer transfer window with a splash — sending Vytas to DC United, and bringing back of two of the men who were in the lineup when the club won MLS Cup 2015 in Columbus.

Lucas Melano's return was long-rumored. The Argentinian winger has been under contract with the Timbers even as he spent the last two seasons on loan in his home country, and, with a DP spot open, Portland is taking one more gamble on him.

Jorge Villafaña's return, however, came seemingly from nowhere. The best left back in club history, a US national-teamer and bulwark in that championship season, comes back to MLS after spending two-and-a-half years in Liga MX.

Villafaña's return is the biggest headline from a frantic 48 hours for the Timbers, and for good reason.

The Anaheim native was acquired as a secondary player in the Steve Zakuani trade from Chivas USA ahead of the 2014 season, and made a slow start to life in Portland. He didn't get on the field until late May, and then lost his place in the starting lineup in the summer, before reclaiming it heading into the fall.

From there, though, he took off like a comet. Villafaña would start 47 of the Timbers' next 48, getting better and better until, by the end of 2015, he was MLS's best left back — a tenacious, shutdown defender, excellent crosser, and occasional dead-ball specialist as reliable as anyone on that team.

No one played harder, and very few played better.

The high-point was his performance in MLS Cup, a display so dominant that his winger Ethan Finley — coming off a 12-goal, 13-assist career year — completed just six passes, lost four dribbles in the final third, and was substituted shortly after the hour mark.

Villafaña was sold to Santos Laguna for a fee around $1 million the week after that game, doubling his paycheck and joining one of Mexico's best teams.

His experience there was a mixed bag, but it did result in a championship and his finally breaking into the national team under Bruce Arena. He almost certainly would have been a starter this summer had the U.S. qualified for the World Cup in Russia.

The Timbers, meanwhile, never truly replaced him — and their bringing him back now makes all the sense in the world. He's an aggressive, attacking fullback, and he'll give the Timbers a wide threat from the left side of their 5-3-2 that more closely mirrors what Alvas Powell has provided on the right.

It's an awfully cruel break for Zarek Valentin, who has started every game for this team since mid-March and hardly put a foot wrong, but he was limited going forward by not playing on his natural side. With the Timbers so reliant on their fullbacks for offense, that was a concern. It's not anymore.

Valentin will now likely move to the bench, giving the Timbers cover at both fullback positions and Giovani Savarese a degree of flexibility if he wants to push any of the three players into midfield.

For $175,000 in allocation money, which is what the Timbers sent the LA Galaxy to move up to the top spot in the allocation order and seal his return, the Timbers are getting Villafaña on what is reportedly a three-and-a-half year deal. It's a steal.

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Melano, meanwhile, is a much different story and a much different gamble.

His original final act in green and gold could not have been more different than Villafaña's: in the pivotal 2016 regular season finale in Vancouver, Melano missed an open goal from two yards in a performance so dreadful that it ended when he was lifted at halftime for... Jack Barmby.

Why bring him back now? There are a few reasons. First, the Timbers had a DP spot open after Fanendo Adi's move to Cincinnati, and with Melano's loan having expired at the end of the last Argentinian season, he was an obvious fit.

Secondly, though he certainly didn't light the world on fire, Melano showed flashes last season — appearing 26 across competitions for Estudiantes, scoring twice in the Copa Libertatdores and making enough an impression that the club was reportedly interested in bringing him back for another year.

Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, the Timbers are giving their highly capable coach an interesting opportunity.

Melano is every bit the project that he was when he was first signed, and while he never improved under Caleb Porter, Savarese is a former striker and Spanish speaker with an obvious knack for connecting with his players. We'll see what he can make of him.

The good news is that Melano doesn't figure to walk into the starting lineup as he did when the Timbers bought him in the summer of 2015. He should instead be a viable attacking option off the bench for a team that is set up to play to his counter-attacking strengths.

That's the rationale for the signing. But expectations should be low. Melano was barely a soccer player when he left Portland — struggling well beyond what is forgivable with the game's most basic components from finishing to dribbling, refusing to contribute defensively, and frequently drifting out of games entirely.

Safe to say, all things even, the Timbers would be making better use of the DP spot if Adi was still in it. But the way the chips fell, it's Melano, just Villafaña's return meant the end of Vytas's time in Portland.

The Lithuanian had his moments here — he was effective going forward and certainly an upbeat, likable character — but he wasn't a good or consistent enough defender to dislodge Valentin after starting the season sidelined with a hamstring injury.

He will, however, play plenty in DC, for a competitive team that was in desperate need of a left back, and have the opportunity to salvage something from what has been an entirely frustrating year. It's a good move for all parties.

And so, with this final flurry, the Timbers' 2018 roster is set in stone. Villafaña's return, certainly, harkens back to former glories. We'll see if this group, now very much a mixture of old and new, can reproduce the magic of three years ago.

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OH-Columbus, Job Summary The Revenue Recovery Supervisor (part-time) will train and supervise daily activities of employees assigned to the area. This will require that the supervisor work in a warehouse and office environment. He/she will ensure that all assigned duties are accomplished safely and timely. The work schedule for this position will require a Sunday sort rotation at management’s discretion. Flexi
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Related Companies is the most prominent privately owned real estate firm in the United States. Formed over 40 years ago, Related is a fully integrated, highly diversified industry leader with experience in virtually every aspect of development, acquisitions, management, finance, marketing and sales. Headquartered in New York City, Related has offices and major developments in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, South Florida, Washington, D.C., Abu Dhabi, London, and Shanghai and boasts a team of over 3,500 professionals. The Company’s portfolio of over $50 billion in real estate assets owned or under development is made up of best-in-class mixed-use, residential, retail, office and affordable properties in premier high-barrier-to-entry markets. Related has developed preeminent mixed-use projects such as Time Warner Center in New York and CityPlace in West Palm Beach and is currently developing the 28-acre Hudson Yards project on Manhattan’s West Side. Related also manages approximately $4 billion of equity capital on behalf of sovereign wealth funds, public pension plans, multi-managers, endowments, and family offices. Related was recently named to Fast Company Magazine’s list of the 50 Most Innovative Companies in the World. Related also owns Equinox® Fitness Clubs and SoulCycle further expanding the company's capabilities into the health and fitness arena and enhancing the value of its properties through an exclusive, branded amenity and lifestyle offering. Related is a partner in CORE, a boutique residential brokerage. Related Real Estate Debt Strategies (“RREDS”) seeks to hire an Analyst for its high yield debt investment platform, a joint venture with HPS Investment Partners, a global credit and private investment firm. Together, RREDS and Highbridge have invested $1.4 billion with a focus on real estate debt, specifically gap financing for transitional real estate projects across the U.S. and Western Europe. The venture targets investment opportunities in gateway cities and select secondary markets which demonstrate strong supply/demand characteristics. The Analyst will be responsible for the financial analysis and execution of all new and existing debt investments. She/he will report to senior management and be based in New York, NY. Company Overview Related Real Estate Debt Strategies, the high yield platform of Related Fund Management (“RFM”), originates and invests in performing and nonperforming mortgages, mezzanine loans, and “debt-like” preferred equity investments, including construction loans, secured by commercial real estate assets. The platform is staffed by a group of investment professionals in New York and California. Related Fund Management is an SEC-registered investment advisor that manages, as of September 2016, approximately $3.3 billion of capital across various real estate investment strategies on behalf of institutional investors. RFM is an active provider of debt and equity financing for real estate projects both domestically and internationally. Related Companies is a fully-integrated real estate company with expertise in development, acquisitions, management, finance, marketing, and sales. The firm holds a premier portfolio of high quality assets owned, managed, and under construction valued at over $50 billion. Its operating portfolio includes 27 luxury rental buildings with approximately 11,000 units, over 23 million square feet of commercial properties, 4,500 luxury condominiums, and approximately 50,000 affordable housing apartments located throughout the United States. Responsibilities + The Analyst will focus on supporting all aspects of loan originations and portfolio management. + Underwrite new potential investments. + Author comprehensive investment committee memos outlining investment rationale, deal returns, and key execution risks. + Prepare financial and quarterly reports for senior management, investors, and/or rating agencies. + Support the due diligence and closing of new transactions. + Minimum of 1-2 years of relevant experience in real estate, investment banking, or finance. + Understanding of real estate credit. + Strong quantitative, analytical, and modeling skills are required. + Exceptional time management and prioritization are necessary to succeed in a fast-paced environment where the Analyst will be required to manage multiple projects with significant responsibilities and competing priorities. + Excellent communication and interpersonal skills at all levels are keys to success at Related. + Must be able to work well in groups but also take ownership of tasks. + Attention to detail as well as a strong desire to grow and succeed is critical. + Complex thinker of high intelligence. + Superior interpersonal skills: + Ease in working with people up and down the organization hierarchy. + A demonstrated ability to interact with senior executives. + Naturally adaptive to different audiences. + Diplomatically assertive. + Excellent written and verbal communication skills. + Strong sense of integrity and ethics. Values entrepreneurialism. Demonstrates strong intellectual curiosity; always seeking new approaches and challenging the organization to new levels of success. + Bachelor’s Degree required. External Company Name: Related Partners, Inc. External Company URL: www.related.com Street: 60 Columbus Circle
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Developing now, Thursday, August 9, 2018
  • President Trump's legal team has vowed not to let him walk into a 'perjury trap,' rejecting Special Counsel Robert Mueller's latest proposal for an interview
  • Ohio's razor-tight congressional race from Tuesday’s special election got even closer Wednesday after hundreds of uncounted votes were found, county officials said
  • The Iowa town where college student Mollie Tibbetts disappeared is 'on edge' and shaken to its core, a community watch organizer tells FOX News in an exclusive interview
  • Prosecution star witness Rick Gates finished his testimony Wednesday at the fraud trial of former partner and ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort
  • A man arrested at an 'extremist Muslim' New Mexico compound was training children to commit school shootings, court documents allege
  • Florida prosecutors released hours of video interrogation footage of Parkland shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz on Wednesday
THE LEAD STORY - THE 'PERJURY TRAP': Jay Sekulow, an attorney for President Trump, said Wednesday that the president’s legal team turned down the latest interview proposal from Special Counsel Robert Mueller and promised to not allow the president to “walk into a perjury trap" ... Mueller's team has put forward dozens of potential questions for Trump, including some about his firing of FBI Director James Comey. Trump's lawyers have argued that prosecutors can't ask Trump about actions he's taken while in office. "If you lined up 100 lawyers, you’d have 100 lawyers say: 'Don't sit down for an interview,'" Sekulow told FOX News' Laura Ingraham, host of "The Ingraham Angle." Sekulow said calling the Mueller investigation “irregular” is being kind. "This is an investigation that from its outset has been corrupt, there’s no question about that," he said.
Mueller and Trump's team have gone back and forth over the scope and conditions of an interview as the special counsel looks to understand whether the president acted with a criminal intent to stymie the investigation into possible coordination between his campaign and Russia. Trump's legal team did not detail the terms of any counteroffer it may have made and it also did not suggest that it was close to agreeing to an interview, suggesting the possibility of additional negotiations.
HOTLY-CONTESTED OHIO RACE HEADED FOR RECOUNT? - The nail-biter playing out in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District got even closer Wednesday after 588 uncounted votes were found in a suburb of Columbus, according to county officials … The ballots were tallied and Democrat Danny O’Connor gained 190 votes on Republican Troy Balderson. The GOP candidate, who was endorsed by President Trump, currently leads by 1,564 votes.
The Franklin County Board of Elections said in a news release that the newly discovered ballots had not been “processed into the tabulation system,” and the issue was corrected. O’Connor, who is from Franklin County, celebrated the news by tweeting red sirens and informing his followers that he is confident he will soon be declared the winner. He asked for donations to continue to fight that the votes are “counted fairly.”
FOX NEWS EXCLUSIVE - A COMMUNITY 'IN SHOCK': A community watch organizer in Brooklyn, Iowa, said Wednesday that in a town where “not a lot of big things happen,” the disappearance of college sophomore Mollie Tibbetts has “shaken the community to its core" ... Scott Hawkins described the town where he grew up as a normally safe neighborhood where everyone knows everyone. “This is a close-knit community. We don’t have a lot of big things happen here crime-wise. … I mean, this is something that’s shaken the community basically to its core,” he told FOX News in an interview.
Hawkins said that members of the community “are on edge,” and that the disappearance of Tibbetts is something that affects them personally. “Any child in this community is basically a child of the entire community. We all stick together, we’re all part of, you know, one big group of people that knows everybody. So for somebody to go missing like this, and disappear off the face of the Earth with no trace, basically, this is a shock." Tibbetts, 20, was last seen jogging on July 18.
TURNCOAT'S DIRTY LAUNDRY: Rick Gates has finished three days' worth of dramatic testimony in federal court against his former business partner, ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort -- but not before defense lawyers caused a stir by pressing him for details on his past infidelity ... A day earlier, Gates acknowledged having a single extramarital relationship in London while working for Manafort. But on Wednesday, Manafort attorney Kevin Downing seemed to accuse Gates of having affairs with multiple individuals, asking Gates whether he disclosed four affairs to the special counsel’s office. The question was part of an apparent bid to catch Gates in a lie, after he testified that his plea agreement would be in jeopardy if he didn’t tell the truth on the stand. Prosecutor Greg Andres, though, swiftly objected to the question before Gates could answer. And the witness never did. But at another point Wednesday, Gates attempted to express remorse from the stand, saying “I’ve made many mistakes over many years.”
'EXTREMIST' TRAINING CAMP FOR KIDS? – A man who was arrested last week at a New Mexico compound linked to "extremist Muslims" was training children to commit school shootings, according to court documents filed Wednesday ... Prosecutors allege that Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 39 – the father of a missing 3-year-old -- was conducting weapons training on the compound, where 11 other children were found hungry and living in squalor. They asked Wahhaj, who appeared in court on Wednesday, be held without bail. Wahhaj is the son of a Brooklyn imam, also named Siraj Wahhaj, who was named by prosecutors as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, the New York Post reported.
Authorities raided the compound Friday after a months-long search for Abdul-ghani Wahhaj, a boy with severe medical issues who went missing from Georgia in December. On Monday, a child's remains were found on the property. Authorities are trying to determine whether the remains are that of the missing boy.
PORTRAIT OF PARKLAND SUSPECT: Prosecutors on Wednesday released hours of video interrogation footage showing Parkland, Fla., shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz slouching in a chair, being repeatedly urged by a detective to speak louder and punching himself in the face when he is alone ... The footage contained the same material as a transcript released earlier in the week, and both were edited to remove what authorities say was a direct confession by Cruz to the Feb. 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. The video made public Wednesday shows Cruz hunched over at times, leaning back at others. He is seen wearing hospital clothes and speaking so softly at the beginning that Broward County Sheriff's Detective John Curcio has to repeatedly urge him to talk louder. Much of the interrogation focused on a demonic voice Cruz claims he has heard inside his head for years that urges him to commit violent acts.

AS SEEN ON FOX NEWS
FBI DOUBLE STANDARD - "Why didn't they do for Trump [during suspected Russian interference in the election] what they did for Feinstein? What the hell is going on at the FBI?" – Sen. Lindsey Graham, on "The Story with Martha MacCallum," saying he is sending a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray asking for an explanation of DOJ policy. Recently, it was revealed that five years ago the FBI informed Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., that a man employed by her office was suspected of being a spy for the Chinese government. (Feinstein fired the man, but Graham and other critics say the FBI didn't afford Trump the same courtesy.) WATCH
DISORDER IN THE COURT: "I'm not happy with this judge. He's making too much of the case about him and he's showing an extraordinary bias against the government."– Judge Andrew Napolitano, on "The Daily Briefing," explaining why he is not pleased with how U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III, who is presiding over Paul Manafort trial, has conducted himself. WATCH

TRENDING
'Superman' star Margot Kidder's death ruled a suicide.
Inside Princess Margaret's life as the original royal wild child.
Kim Jong Un's bizarre North Korea propaganda photos revealed.

THE SWAMP
Socialist torchbearers flame out in key races, despite blitz by Bernie Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez.
U.S. Rep. Chris Collins of New York, accused of insider trading, says he'll stay on ballot for re-election.
Texas takes DACA to court, says immediate injunction against Obama-era program 'vital to restoring the rule of law.'

ACROSS THE NATION
Chicago shootings leave two dead following bloody weekend of 11 killings.
Kid-sized prisoner uniforms ordered by Missouri woman accused of child abuse, authorities say.
Midwest ICE raids targeted businesses that hired, mistreated illegal immigrants, officials say
Sons of missing Korean War soldier receive their father's dog tag.
Russian submarine threat largest since Cold War: top US Navy admiral.

MINDING YOUR BUSINESS
FOX earnings beat estimates as TV, film revenues grow.
Tesla shares down as Wall Street digests take-private plan.
Renters should reconsider home ownership for this reason.
New York City puts the brakes on Uber, Lyft.
Seattle soda tax brings in more than $10M in first six months
Capitalism is not perfect, but it’s the best out there: Ken Langone.
Cigna-Express Scripts deal is ‘absurd’: Carl Icahn.
Is your iPhone spying on you? Here’s what Apple told lawmakers.

FOX NEWS OPINION
Lauren DeBellis Appell: Trump Derangement Syndrome may knock president’s star off the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Michael Goodwin: Why it's time for Trump to play his ace in the hole.
Tammy Bruce: The left's 'identity politics' hypocrisy.

HOLLYWOOD SQUARED
'American Pickers' discover Aerosmith's van from 1970s in Massachusetts woods.
Amy Poehler applauds 'SNL' and its coverage of President Donald Trump: They're 'doing an amazing job.
Oscars announce new popular film category.

DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THIS?
Bermuda Triangle is no mystery, ocean scientist explains.
'Tone-deaf' Jack in the Box teriyaki bowl ad sparks backlash for sexual innuendos.
The weird reason Roman emperors were assassinated.

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#OnThisDay
2014: Michael Brown Jr., an unarmed 18-year-old black man, is shot to death by a police officer following an altercation in Ferguson, Mo. Brown's death leads to violent protests in Ferguson and other U.S. cities.
1995: Jerry Garcia, singer and guitarist for the Grateful Dead, dies in Forest Knolls, Calif., of a heart attack at age 53.
1969: Actress Sharon Tate and four other people are found brutally slain at Tate's Los Angeles home; cult leader Charles Manson and a group of his followers are later convicted of the murders.
1945:  Three days after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, the United States drops a nuclear bomb over Nagasaki, killing an estimated 74,000 people.
1936: Jesse Owens wins his fourth gold medal at the Berlin Olympics as the United States takes first place in the 400-meter relay.
1854: Henry David Thoreau's "Walden," which describes Thoreau's experiences while living near Walden Pond in Massachusetts, is first published.
FOX News First is compiled by FOX News' Bryan Robinson. Thank you for joining us! Enjoy your day! We'll see you in your inbox first thing Friday morning.
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          Consultant, Infrastructure Eng - Database Engineer (BigData & Analytics Engineer) - Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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