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          Using mercury stable isotopes to determine sources of mercury in the food web of the St. Louis River      Cache   Translate Page      
Mercury (Hg) contamination in the Great Lakes region is a prevalent concern due to elevated Hg concentrations in fish in relation to human health and wildlife guidelines. The lower St. Louis River, the largest tributary to Lake Superior, exhibits fish Hg concentrations double that of the open lake. Despite these highly elevated concentrations, it is difficult to infer the sources of Hg to these fish due to multiple potential Hg inputs (e.g. precipitation, legacy, or upstream runoff). The aim of this study was to utilize Hg stable isotopes to elucidate Hg sources to the St Louis River food web including benthic invertebrates, prey and game fish. Invertebrates and prey fish (perch and shiners) from the St Louis River exhibited Hg isotopic fingerprints similar to Hg-contaminated sediments (ä202Hg = -0.6 to -0.4), indicating bioaccumulation of legacy Hg. Game fish (walleye and pike) displayed greater variability in isotope values, with some individuals exhibiting highly enriched signatures (ä202Hg = 0.8 to 1.2) compared to prey species, likely due to precipitation. This indicates that legacy Hg is the prevalent source to smaller fish species in the St Louis River, but larger species can be exposed to different Hg sources based on foraging habits.
          Air Pollutant Source Investigation using Next Generation Emission Measurements and Models; Early Case Studies of 1,3-Butadiene Emissions in Louisville, KY      Cache   Translate Page      
Hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) can be emitted from a variety of sources in industrial facilities, energy production, and commercial operations. Stochastic industrial sources (SISs) represent a subcategory of emissions from fugitive leaks, variable area sources, malfunctioning processes, and improperly controlled operations. These difficult to predict sources can create significant impacts to nearby populations, generating contentious issues. From the shared perspective of industries and communities, cost-effective detection and mitigation of SIS emissions can yield benefits such as safer working environments, cost savings through reduced product loss, lower airshed pollutant impacts, and improved transparency and community relations. Enabled by the emergence of lower-cost sensors and new inverse modeling approaches, next generation emissions measurement (NGEM) systems are creating new ways to detect and analyze source emissions from remote vantage points. Described here are a subset of NGEM approaches currently explored in the west Louisville, KY industrial district called “Rubbertown” in a collaborative project between EPA and the Louisville Air Pollution and Control District. This presentation provides an early case study of a multi-day 1,3 butadiene source emission event simultaneously observed by a high-resolution auto gas chromatograph (GC), a next-gen field GC, a high time-resolution emission detection sensor called the SPod, along with supporting information from evacuated canister grab samples and time-integrated passive samplers. These data are processed using three successively more complex inverse modeling systems to provide location diagnostics for the emission source under difficult meteorological conditions.
          Violinist Leila Josefowicz wins $100,000 2018 Avery Fisher Prize      Cache   Translate Page      
By Laurie Niles: Violinist Leila Josefowicz has won the $100,000 2018 Avery Fisher prize, awarded by New York's Lincoln Center to solo instrumentalists who have demonstrated outstanding achievement and excellence in music.
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The announcement was made last Thursday at her performance of Stravinsky’s Violin Concerto in D with the New York Philharmonic at David Geffen Hall. Previous recipients include Joshua Bell, Gil Shaham, Midori and Sarah Chang, among others. "My goal will continue to be to enlarge and enrich the repertoire of the violin by commissioning and performing works of the 20th and 21st centuries," Josefowicz said. "My intention is to help create new masterworks for future violinists to study and perform for audiences. It is so necessary that the great works of today be heard." Josefowicz, 40, is a recipient of a 1994 Avery Fisher Career Grant and a 2008 MacArthur ‘genius’ grant. Known for her advocacy and fine performances of modern works, she has premiered violin concertos by many composers including John Adams, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Colin Matthews and Steven Mackey. She was nominated for Grammy awards for her 2016 recording of John Adams' Scheherazade.2 with the St Louis Symphony, conducted by David Robertson; as well as her 2014 recording of Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Violin Concerto with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer. You might also like:

          Jah Mon: October 7, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Southwest Louisiana's longest-running reggae tradition...Rasta Reggae Radio! You will hear 2 hours of True WordSoundPower including classic to 21st Century Roots-Rockers, ska, rocksteady, dee-jay, nyabinghi, dancehall and dub. A typical program will open with earlier vintage classics before moving to newer releases, followed by a live-in-concert set and a dancehall set before concluding with more classics from the Golden Age of Reggae. KRVS was the first Southwest Louisiana radio station to establish a steady weekly Reggae showcase beginning back around 1980.
          Dirty Rice: October 6, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Dirty Rice is the longest running Louisiana Music show going today. Started by Todd Mouton back in 1991 or so it's now hosted on an alternating week basis by Lee Kleinpeter me. We're trying to bring you the best Louisiana music on your Saturday nights. The way i see it is that it's time to roll up the rug, sweep up the floor, turn up the radio loud and wear out the linoleum if you're housebound, drive a little faster if you're out on the streets or just plain have fun out there cooking in the kitchen.......
          Louisiana State Penitentiary Lawsuit Heads to Trial Tuesday      Cache   Translate Page      
A 2015 lawsuit alleging “grossly deficient” medical care at Louisiana State Penitentiary is heading to trial Tuesday. Lawyers for the maximum-security inmates say their clients suffered and continue to suffer a drawn-out variety of cruel and unusual punishment. Countless inmates, recounts The Advocate, have been forced to deal with unnecessary pain and suffering, permanent disability The post Louisiana State Penitentiary Lawsuit Heads to Trial Tuesday appeared first on Legal Reader.
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          Violinist Leila Josefowicz wins $100,000 2018 Avery Fisher Prize      Cache   Translate Page      
By Laurie Niles: Violinist Leila Josefowicz has won the $100,000 2018 Avery Fisher prize, awarded by New York's Lincoln Center to solo instrumentalists who have demonstrated outstanding achievement and excellence in music.
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Leila Josefowicz. Photo by Chris Lee.
The announcement was made last Thursday at her performance of Stravinsky’s Violin Concerto in D with the New York Philharmonic at David Geffen Hall. Previous recipients include Joshua Bell, Gil Shaham, Midori and Sarah Chang, among others. "My goal will continue to be to enlarge and enrich the repertoire of the violin by commissioning and performing works of the 20th and 21st centuries," Josefowicz said. "My intention is to help create new masterworks for future violinists to study and perform for audiences. It is so necessary that the great works of today be heard." Josefowicz, 40, is a recipient of a 1994 Avery Fisher Career Grant and a 2008 MacArthur ‘genius’ grant. Known for her advocacy and fine performances of modern works, she has premiered violin concertos by many composers including John Adams, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Colin Matthews and Steven Mackey. She was nominated for Grammy awards for her 2016 recording of John Adams' Scheherazade.2 with the St Louis Symphony, conducted by David Robertson; as well as her 2014 recording of Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Violin Concerto with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer. You might also like:
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MO-St Louis, Who you’ll work with We are looking for people who want to make a difference, talented members with the skills and passions to become the best of the future in what they do. What you’ll do Contributes to planning, developing and coordinating of important engineering projects Provides specialized technical assistance to team members Uses advanced techniques and modified extension of theories to pro
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MO-St Louis, Job Purpose The Manufacturing Engineer will support operational and development Programs to enable and deliver zero defect projects utilizing superior engineering and problem solving skills. They will deliver robust, capable manufacturing process technology as it applies to both materials, tooling, part fabrication and assembly. Principal Accountabilities Develop technical solutions to complex pro
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MO-St Louis, Who you’ll work with We are looking for people who want to make a difference, talented members with the skills and passions to become the best of the future in what they do. What you’ll do Contributes to planning, developing and coordinating of important engineering projects Provides specialized technical assistance to team members Uses advanced techniques and modified extension of theories to pro
          7/22 1pm Angela, What's Trending      Cache   Translate Page      
Angela was joined co-host of WWL's First Take, Todd Menesses and Dave Cohen, WWL News Director. The team talk about the abundance of oil in the market, the arrest and death of Sandra Bland and two puppies get a new home.

[0:23:16] ... one who needs to. Be there are so that he can beat Hillary Clinton's so. We will wait and see interestingly today though couple poles came out showing head to heads between the major GOP candidates and Clinton. And most cases Clinton loses. But they are the election is a year from this ball NASA it's not way to work better than a year to get this time and President Obama lose against most of them. And that was Hillary Clinton Obama they didn't do well in early polling neither and they both became pro. Dave Cullen. We were talking yesterday about. Price of oil may be going down to two dollars a gallon. Good news for all of us who. Have big tanks to fill but kind of bad news process states and the economy. Yet the president gasoline by this fall guest but he says will be a buck 99 or less per gallon here in Louisiana so that's good news but that's because oil prices have been falling price of a barrel of oil has been plummeting. And we got a report. Right after we were talking ...
[0:24:59] ... that 6000 jobs here in Louisiana just Louisiana. And we talked with Eric Smith a professor at the Tulane energy. Institute. And he says it's worse than that even sounds because an oil patch job. Pays. ...

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LEUVEN, woensdag 10 oktober 2018 - In MIKADO REMIX tast Louis Vanhaverbeke de grenzen van de normaliteit af. De drang om normaal te zijn heeft eerder te maken met ons verlangen naar sociale inclusie dan met wat er zich echt vanbinnen afspeelt. We willen erbij horen, deel uit-maken van een groep, geaccepteerd worden. Tegelijk wordt er meer dan ooit belang gehecht aan het individu: ieder van ons wil bijzonder en uniek zijn. Met ...


          Mega Millions Winning Numbers October 9 Results Tonight Released      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Mega Millions Winning Numbers for October 9, 2018 results tonight have just been released to news. This evening’s 10/9/18 draw is historic, delivering one of the biggest draws in the game’s history. And your winning numbers are 20, 22, 39, 54, 60, Mega Ball: 18, Megaplier: 3. Mega Millions Winning Numbers […]
          Hurricane Michael Panama City Path, Damage, Arrival Time      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Michael Panama City projected path has been released to news tonight. Hurricane Michael hits Panama City with winds starting Wednesday. Moreover, Hurricane Michael will hit Panama City as its strongest hurricane in US history. That record will be set whether Michael hits as Category 3 or Category 4. A […]
          Arkansas Tornado Warning Today 2018 Strikes Danville      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Arkansas Tornado Warning today is striking Danville today. The National Weather Service in Little Rock has issued the alert moments ago. This is one of several alerts this week. But this is the first alert for Arkansas today. The Arkansas Tornado Warning today covers west central Perry County in central […]
          Iowa Tornado Warning Today Strikes Grinnell      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Iowa Tornado Warning today is striking Grinnell. The National Weather Service in Des Moines has issued the alert moments ago. A Iowa Tornado Warning today was issued moments ago. The alert covers northwestern Poweshiek County in central Iowa and northeastern Jasper County in central Iowa until 530 PM CDT. The […]
          Wisconsin Tornado Warning Today Strikes Marquette      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Wisconsin Tornado Warning today has struck Marquette. The National Weather Service in Milwaukee/Sullivan has issued an alert moments ago today October 9, 2018. The Wisconsin Tornado Warning today covers northwestern Marquette County in south central Wisconsin until 530 PM CDT. At issue is a system moving east. Namely at “447 […]
          Hurricane Michael Florida Update: National Hurricane Center Today      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Michael Projected Path Florida Update has been issued for this afternoon. Michael ‘s Florida alerts have been updated as the system approaches land. Where is Hurricane Michael now, what is Hurricane Michael’s path, and when will Michael reach Florida? A Hurricane Michael Projected Path Florida Update reveals that the […]
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ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Michael Projected Path Florida Update has been issued by the National Hurricane Center. Michael is now about 360 miles from Panama City and is carrying 110 mph winds. A Hurricane Michael Projected Path Florida Update reveals the system is approaching Florida. A Storm Surge Warning is in effect for […]
          Southeastern professor receives award for book      Cache   Translate Page      
Southeastern Louisiana University Professor of History and Director of the Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies Samuel C. Hyde, Jr., has been honored by the Gulf South Historical Association with the Michael V. R. Thomason Award for his book "Pistols and Politics: Feuds, Factions, and the Struggle for Order in Louisiana's Florida Parishes, 1810-1935."
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Albert Pujols born on 16th January 1980 is a famous professional baseball player playing for the St Louis Cardinal since 2001. His net worth has been estimated to be $90 Million. This money continues to be collected by playing for the cardinals. Albert also plays baseball. Albert makes an estimated 7 million a year from …

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          10/10/2018: MUSIC: Teen talent      Cache   Translate Page      
Rising star violinist Louis Vandory has already played with top German orchestras at just 19. He plays an evening of music, alongside Caroline Bergius on harpsichord, at Pilsdon Barn in West Malling on Saturday, October 13, for East Malling Research...
          (USA-IL-O'fallon) SAP Data and Interface Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Description CACI is seeking a SAP Data and Interface Analyst to support a CACI project in O'Fallon, IL. What You’ll Get to Do: + Map data to business processes and system interfaces + Define and monitor data standards, data quality validation, data management procedures, and integration of systems through a common data integration layer + Technical data governance + Data validation testing for software releases + Participation in data initiatives and working groups + Developing and sustaining Database Design, Interface Control, architecture data views and other technical documentation You’ll Bring These Qualifications: + Must hold or be able to obtain a Secret clearance + Extensive knowledge of data modeling principles + Experience in data analysis and data integration + Experience with SAP Data Services + Experience with establishing data standards, data quality validations, and repeatable data management processes + Ability to perform detailed analysis of information requirements to design optimal data structures and data validation rules + Ability to work as a team player in a multi-project environment + Strong analytical skills with attention to detail + Strong verbal and written communication skills demonstrated through previous experience interacting with business analysts, systems engineers and developers These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have: + Experience with SAP Data Services + Experience working in a DoD environment + Typically requires bachelor's degree or equivalent, and 7+ years of related experience. What We Can Offer You: - We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post. - Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives. - We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities. - We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities. - For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success. Job Location US-O'fallon-IL-ST LOUIS CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
          (USA-IL-O'fallon) SAP Process Integration (PI)/ Process Orchestration (PO) Developer      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Description CACI is seeking a SAP Process Integration Developer to join an exciting contract in O'Fallon, IL. What You’ll Get to Do: + Design, develop, implement, test, deploy and provide O&M support for synchronous and asynchronous interfaces between Client SAP instances and external systems using the SAP PI/PO platform + Evaluate, model and design interface objects from an enterprise Service Architecture perspective to construct interfaces + Monitor production interfaces and address incidents within the expected timeframes + Import external WSDL structures into SAP PI/PO and build SOAP based interfaces + Configure interfaces to use various SAP PI/PO adapters and route traffic to external systems + Configure EDI interfaces using PO B2B adapter + Develop message mappings between complex source and target structures + Use Application Link Enabling to exchange data among SAP instances + Develop scripts, applets and Java code required to implement interfaces between SAP instances and external systems, traversing through the SAP PI/PO instance + Participate in 24x7 Operations and Maintenance call rotation support (future requirement) Application Development – Duties and Responsibilities + Implement SAP JAVA software applications and interfaces + Develop, test, debug, implement, maintain and document interfaces using EDI, SAP Proxy, and IDOC technologies + Developing and maintaining SAP design and technical specification documents + Conducting unit, integration and release testing to validate functionality + Supporting end-users Acceptance Testing activities You’ll Bring These Qualifications: + 6+ years of experience leading SAP application PI development efforts + At least 2 – 3 full lifecycles of SAP PI implementation experience including: + Trading partner setup and testing + Review of functional requirements and develop corresponding technical specifications + ALE configuration, configuring Partner Profiles, RFC Destinations, Logical Systems + Advanced message mapping, Java, XSLT, and ABAP, IDOC + Java coding and scripting + Application security technologies and approaches + Experience developing software in SAP NetWeaver Java Stack environments + Experience configuring and developing interfaces in the SAP PI/PO instance + Experience with WSDL and XSD definitions + Experience working on EDI 850, 860, 856, 810 transactions + Experience working with B2B adapter for designing and developing EDI mappings + Development knowledge of JAVA transactions, interface/dialog programming, ALE and IDOC's, RFC's, module pools, User Exits, BADIs, BAPIs, Batch Programming, SAP Script Output, IDOC development and maintenance, Data Dictionary, Function Modules, and other repository objects + Experience in using conversions ValueMapping, RFC Lookups and Parameterized Message Mapping + Experience in developing Advanced UDFs using ResultList, Container, GlobalContainer, AbstractTrace and Accessing Adapter-Specific Attributes + Experience with configuring and developing PI/PO alert monitoring + Ability to adhere to strict development standards and conduct code reviews + Ability to build web services + Knowledge of SAP IDOC processing and monitoring services including the SAP PI IDOC sender and receiver adapters to transform messages from SAP IDOC to XML format + Knowledge of SAP client / server proxy technology + Basic knowledge of HTML programming, Secure FTP, FIPS 140-2 compliant Apache web servers, LAN/WAN architecture, and Firewall Security + Experience using Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and PowerPoint + Ability to work individually (self-motivated) and within a team environment + Effective interpersonal skills + Ability to obtain a DoD Secret Clearance + U.S. Citizen (no dual status) + BS/BA degree; or the equivalent These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have: + Knowledge of S4/HANA + SAP Certification in one or more of the following disciplines: + JAVA Development + SAP NetWeaver What We Can Offer You: - We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post. - Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives. - We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities. - We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities. - For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success. Job Location US-O'fallon-IL-ST LOUIS CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
          (USA-MO-St Louis) LensCrafters - Licensed Store Manager Fayetteville, AR      Cache   Translate Page      
**Requisition ID:** 81670 **Store #** : 000716 LensCrafters **Position:** Full-Time At LensCrafters, we love eyes and we care about the people behind them. LensCrafters is the largest optical retailer in North America with 900+ stores and as part of an eyewear industry leader, Luxottica, our love of eyes and higher standard of quality have made LensCrafters a leader in vision care for over 30 years. With a career at LensCrafters, you’ll find yourself learning, growing, and interacting with some of the most passionate and talented people in the business. At the same time, you’ll be helping people look and see their best. **GENERAL FUNCTION** The overall mission of the Store Market Manager (“SMM”) is to be a leader and business owner within the marketplace and LensCrafters. The SMM establishes LensCrafters as the premier destination for all vision needs within the community, gains market share, drives topline and profitability growth, delivers key performance metrics through the brand proposition ensuring flawless execution of superior customer and patient experience, establishing high standards of performance and operational excellence through exceptional high performing talent and adherence to all policies and procedures. **MAJOR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES** + Drive quality and improvement to meet or exceed all key performance indicators + Ensure LensCrafters is known as the leading optical provider within community/market + Demonstrate deep understanding of retail business and the capability to transfer knowledge to superior sales and business results + Exhibit strong business acumen centered on continual improvement and execution of Best Practices for growth + Propose and execute business plans to maximize sales and profit, identify root cause of issues and address recovery opportunities + Lead a team through strong knowledge and skills regarding customer relations and deliver unsurpassed Customer Experiences + Manage store profits and expenses + Consistently establish clear expectations, train, coach and develop team to perform the job with excellence and accountability + Recruit and select high caliber, success-oriented talent and create talent pipeline for succession planning + Follow workforce management guidelines to optimally staff store, ensuring the right level of talent is scheduled appropriately based on the needs of the business + Execute visual directives to achieve a consistent company message and high standards. + Effectively lead Doctor of Optometry co-planning business meetings + Leverage insurance plans with local companies and attend local health fairs + Adhere to and ensure team compliance of team to Company policies and procedures + Perform administrative duties to include cash, payroll, inventory management, technical application and understanding **BASIC QUALIFICATIONS** + High School graduate or equivalent + 4+ years management/supervisory experience + State licensure + A proven track record of delivering results and positive growth + Excellent business and financial acumen including operational analysis + Comprehensive knowledge of retail operations, processes and policies + Strong basic math skills + Familiarity with cash register, computers and calculators + Strong command of the English language for all correspondence **PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS** + College degree or equivalent + Previous experience in leadership position within retail and customer service + Knowledge of basic optics + Knowledge of current store merchandise Upon request and consistent with applicable laws, Luxottica will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities who need assistance in the application and hiring process. To request a reasonable accommodation, please contact Talent Luxottica at 877-589-8253 (513-765-2256 outside of US) or email TalentLuxottica@luxotticaretail.com We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, citizenship, veteran or military status, marital status, pregnancy (including unlawful discrimination on the basis of a legally protected pregnancy or maternity leave), genetic information or any other characteristics protected by law. Retail Associate ; Retail Management; Sales Associate Retail Associate ; Retail Management; Sales Associate
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          Olympic Gymnast Louis Smith Joins Anna Louise!      Cache   Translate Page      

Louis Smith, the renowned Olympic gymnast, caught up with Anna Louise all about staying active this summer, his partnership with the Fitbit Ace and how to do a worm?!


          Teen completes record-breaking 76-day flight around the world      Cache   Translate Page      

A Louisiana teenager flew for 10 ½ hours through a sandstorm over Saudi Arabia, got stuck in the Philippines by typhoons, and set three youth aviation records. Flying entirely by instruments through the sandstorm's turbulence was the worst part of the trip, 18-year-old Mason Andrews, of Monroe in northeast Louisiana, said Monday. "It seemed like a hundred hours."

"The highlight was flying into Paris. I saw the Eiffel Tower on the approach — I landed at night," he said in a telephone interview from Louisiana Tech in Ruston. On the ground, "I went and saw it all lit up and walked along the Seine ... I was able to realize, 'I just flew across the Atlantic Ocean!'"

He'd planned to spend two nights in the Philippines, but three typhoons — two of them Category 5 — kept him at Subic Bay from Sept. 2-21. "Jebi and Mangkhutwere the biggest typhoons in ages," he said.

Between Subic Bay and Naha, Okinawa, his radio went out and, trying to avoid bad weather, he strayed into Taiwan's airspace. "I was intercepted by a Taiwan F-16," Andrews said.

Was it scary? "A little bit. It was cool to see." Andrews said he'd have liked to take a photo, but "I didn't want to provoke the guy. I knew he could see me."

He edged back into Japanese airspace and the incident was over.

The aviation records aren't official yet, but Andrews doesn't expect any problems being certified as the youngest pilot to fly solo around the world and over the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans.

He was 18 years, 163 days old when his Piper PA-32 Lance, called The Spirit of Louisiane, touched down Saturday in Monroe — 71 days younger than Lachlan Smart of Queensland, Australia, at the end of his solo flight in 2016.

Andrews will submit a fat file of documentation both to the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, which certifies international air sport records, and to Guinness World Records. "I know I did it. I'll send them the information and get to work," he said.

Guinness will certify only one record, the circumnavigation, he said, but the Federation will look at all three.

His father, Jeb Andrews, said his son first pitched the trip as a solo Atlantic crossing. "He came to us about three times. I said 'No' every time," he recounted.

Finally, impressed with the information Mason had put together, he and his wife said yes. Not until later did they realize he had the entire worldwide trip planned. He added, "It got darn difficult. And I'm proud he stuck to his goals and made it happen."

"The community was so supportive, the messages from people in the community, people we didn't even know," Jeb Andrews told KTVE.

Andrews, who is majoring in professional aviation at Louisiana Tech, faces catch-up work in some tough college courses, since the trip took 76 days rather than the 40 he'd planned on. The trip's 180 hours brings him about halfway to the 1,000 he needs for an airline transport pilot rating, but won't count toward his commercial or flight instructor's licenses, he said.

University President Les Guice greeted him at the airport Saturday with a $10,000 scholarship from the Louisiana Tech Foundation. That will be a huge help both with expenses from the trip and school expenses, Andrews said. Louisiana's TOPS scholarship covers tuition, but not such expenses as flight fuel and time.

Andrews said the round-the-world flight raised about $30,000 for MedCamps of Louisiana, which runs free summer camps for children who have disabilities or illnesses. Andrews has worked at his local camp three summers running as a counselor.

"Almost all was pledged after I left," he said. "Just in the last week I think we've raised the better part of $10,000."

He said about 20 of the children he's worked with there were among about a thousand people who were at the Monroe airport to greet him Saturday.

"I will be attempting another aviation world record. No details yet. But there are more plans in the future," he said.


          Saturday, October 20, 2018 - West Louisville Chess Club      Cache   Translate Page      
Come out and learn how to play chess with the West Louisville Chess Club. Learn basics, fundamentals, most effective tactics and checkmate strategies to compete in our tournament for Grades K-12. Adults are welcome to participate in the chess sessions and observe the tournament as well. Chess tournament will be held on Saturday October 20 from 11am-1pm. For more information or if you would like to sign up, please call (502) 574-1779.
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White now continued 1. Rxf4, capturing black’s dark squared bishop and balancing out material. But do you see how this move leads him into trouble and how black, to play, takes advantage? Zherebukh – Akobian St Louis 2006 After 1. Rxf4? Rd2! And if...
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Any chance you get to pay homage to a player like Doug Flutie, you take it. 

 

Boston College and Under Armour break out these sweet uniforms to celebrate the 1984 Heisman Trophy winner, and these are definitely a throwback that we'd like to see more of. From subtle traces of the early 1980s jerseys to the old school logo, these have the potential to be a fan favorite. The Eagles will wear the uniforms on October 13 against Louisville.

 


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Spectrum Launches Spectrum Internet Gig and Spectrum Business Internet Gig in St. Louis ST LOUIS – (October 9, 2018) – Charter Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHTR) today announced the launch of Spectrum Internet Gig for residential customers and Spectrum Business Internet Gig for small and medium-sized business clients in St. Louis and surrounding areas, featuring the deployment ...more

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ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Michael Projected Path update for Panama City, Florida has been issued. Hurricane Michael’s winds will arrive in Panama City starting today. By evening, Hurricane Michael should reach land. A Hurricane Michael Projected Path for Panama City has been released today. Michael will make landfall today and then head northeast. […]
          Mega Millions Winning Numbers October 12: $548M Draw      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Mega Millions Winning Numbers for Friday October 12, 2018 will carry the third largest draw in the game’s history: $548 million. Mega Millions last night delivered no jackpot winner. So the draw is rolling over. Mega Millions Winning Numbers for October 12, 2018 will carry a massive draw. “The third largest […]
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MO-St Louis, System One is currently seeking a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer for a leading engineering firm in St. Louis, Missouri. In this role, the Senior Engineer will execute projects and lead a Mechanical Engineering Team. Market sectors served by the engineering firm include petrochemical, refining, pharmaceutical, food and beverage. Responsibilities Provide strong leadership to drive mechanical tech
          The Fantasy Maps That Put the World's Tallest Mountains Side by Side      Cache   Translate Page      

The cooled lava, ash, and pumice of the Cotopaxi volcano climb to more than 19,300 feet. The volcano, part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, is near Quito, Ecuador—clear across the globe from 26,800-foot Dhaulagiri and its dozens of Himalayan cousins in India, Nepal, and Bhutan. But if you had only J. Andriveau-Goujon’s atlas from 1829 to go by, you’d be forgiven for thinking otherwise. On a single plate, Cotopaxi and its billows of gray smoke sit right below Dhaulagiri’s snow-capped summit. This image, and many others like it, cast longitude and latitude to the wind. On it, altitude is king.

In the 19th century, cartographers had a penchant for plotting some of the world’s tallest peaks together on single charts. The results were imaginary landscapes; some placed all of the world’s mountains into a single, massive range, while others evoke cross-sections, with the mountains stacked inside one other like geological nesting dolls.

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Matthew Edney, a geographer at the University of Southern Maine, attributes the style’s popularity to a few factors—particularly poets swooning over the natural world, and the dash to measure and document it.

Thanks in part to the Romantic writers, in the 19th century mountains were shifting in the cultural imagination, from places to be avoided to landscapes calling out to be traversed, even if they remained sources of fear. William Wordsworth was a bard of slopes and summits. He traipsed through the Alps, and in The Prelude, described scaling Snowdon, in Wales, through thick clouds:

I found myself of a huge sea of mist,
Which, meek and silent, rested at my feet:
A hundred hills their dusky backs upheaved

Meanwhile, scientists were doubling down on Humboldtian science, named for Alexander von Humboldt, a German naturalist who liked mountains and never met something he didn’t want to quantify. His principles involved “going out and measuring everything you can about the natural world, and then from there figuring out some rules of nature,” Edney says. Humboldt proposed spatial dynamics to natural laws—noting, for instance, that altitude, not just distance from the poles, affects the distribution of plants. In the Andes, he documented that the plants growing at various heights roughly matched the bands of plant life you’d encounter if you marched north from the equator. “This just blew everybody away,” Edney says.

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Among the earliest visual comparisons of the world’s mountains is one engraved in 1817 by the Scottish firm W. and D. Lizars, for the new edition of Thomson’s New General Atlas. In it, the peaks are clustered by hemisphere. “That Lizars was directly influenced by Humboldt's work is evidenced by the presence of Humboldt himself, a duly noted speck on the left-hand face of Chimborazo,” writes Kevin Brown of Geographicus Rare Antique Maps, a dealer that sells some of these charts.

Tiny annotations are scattered across many of these diagrams. Squint at an 1823 one by William Darton, and you’ll see notes about the maximum elevations of banana trees and lichens, as well as the elevation of snow line, the line below which snowcaps don't persist. (Near the equator, Darton noted, this boundary is roughly 15,000 feet above sea level.)

These charts also reward close scrutiny with Easter eggs. Find the 23,000-foot mark on some of the charts to spy a tiny hot air balloon that represents the height of French chemist Louis Joseph Gay-Lussac’s 1804 ascent. Andriveau-Goujon’s 1829 version includes the silhouette of a condor soaring to 6,500 feet—the height of the Chimborazo volcano in the Andes. Other cartographers included mines and cities. Near the bottom of Darton chart, which ends at sea level, you’ll find Rome and a couple of pyramids. Alongside mountains, some of these plates also ranked waterfalls or the world’s longest rivers.

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While these sprung from a desire to record and quantify everything in sight, they weren’t necessarily intended for the people doing the measuring. The landscapes would have been printed in atlases intended for a curious layperson’s library, Edney says. “Hardcore scientists would be using much more detailed tables and lists.”

Despite the annotations, these charts weren’t entirely reliable. Cartographers had to leave some things out to make them hang together. Though mountains come in various shapes—steeply sloped, jagged, or more gently rolling to a plateau—many of the charts depict most mountains the exact same way, often as a tepee shape or a sharp, snowcapped peak. Edney suspects that this was less an aesthetic choice than a product of a still-murky understanding of what mountains are, beneath the summits. (Unless a mountain rises above a relatively flat plain, like Fuji and Vesuvius, you might only glimpse a fraction of it at a time.)

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Production of these comparative charts petered out by the middle of the century. Edney’s not quite sure why. Today they’re pretty but outdated—and the rankings are moot, because many of the most highest peaks, such as Everest, hadn’t even been surveyed yet. The charts are relics of an era when cartographers were infatuated with measurements and comparisons, and drew weird, wondrous worlds in the process.


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Death penalty off the table in New Orleans policeman's death

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A Louisiana prosecutor says he won't request the death penalty for a man accused of fatally shooting a New Orleans police officer during a struggle last year.

Darren Bridges is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Officer Marcus McNeil. Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro said Wednesday that McNeil's family agrees because death penalty cases involve years of delay for a final ruling. Defense attorney Kerry Cuccia did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Cannizzaro's decision and whether it means Bridges will need a new attorney.

Cuccia directs a nonprofit created to represent indigent defendants facing the death penalty. A description on the Louisiana Public Defenders Board's website says the Capital Defense Project of Southeast Louisiana keeps a standing caseload of 25 defendants.


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