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FARLEY Pauline Wallace, passed away March 9, 2019, after a brief battle with cancer. Polly was born on December 17, 1951, in Lexington, to the late...
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          los estudiantes universitarios tienen seis veces más probabilidad de mostrar signos de depresión que la persona promedio       Cache   Translate Page      

los estudiantes universitarios tienen seis veces más probabilidad de mostrar signos de depresión que la persona promedio #source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Según una encuesta realizada a estudiantes universitarios en 234 instituciones en 26 países, el 40% de los cuales están en ciencias biológicas y físicas e ingeniería, hay “tasas sorprendentemente altas de ansiedad y depresión” entre esta población graduada, según queda reflejado en un estudio publicado en Nature Biotechnology.

El 41% de los encuestados mostró ansiedad moderada a grave y el 39% depresión moderada a severa, que son más de seis veces la prevalencia encontrada en los estudios de la población general.

Por género

Más de la mitad de los encuestados con ansiedad o depresión no sentían que tuvieran un buen equilibrio trabajo-vida. Los investigadores también encontraron una variación significativa por género. Alrededor de un tercio de los encuestados varones informaron que experimentaron cada condición, en comparación con aproximadamente el 40% de las participantes mujeres.

"Estos y otros datos exigen una gran necesidad de que las instituciones creen programas para ayudar a resolver estos problemas", dice el coautor del estudii Nathan Vanderford, profesor asistente en la Universidad de Kentucky en Lexington.

En el documento, los autores alientan a las instituciones a ver la salud mental como un componente esencial del conjunto de habilidades que es necesario para el desarrollo profesional. Sus acciones recomendadas incluyen aumentar la conciencia de los problemas de salud mental entre los estudiantes o facilitar el acceso a apoyo dedicado.

Este nuevo estudio sugiere que la prevalencia de los problemas de salud mental entre los estudiantes graduados "probablemente tenga algo que ver con la organización de la academia como industria, cómo capacitamos a las personas, cómo gestionamos a las personas y cómo se desarrollan las carreras. Con todo, los datos pueden verse sesgados como resultado de atraer predominantemente a los encuestados con experiencias personales de problemas de salud mental.

Las universidades de todo el mundo han comenzado a reconocer que los problemas de salud mental son comunes en la academia y han comenzado a buscar formas de apoyar mejor a sus estudiantes y al personal.
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          The United City-States Of America, Mapped - An Experiment In Redividing The Country      Cache   Translate Page      

Authored by Nolan Gray via Medium.com,

From ancient Greece to Renaissance Italy to the Four Asian Tigers, city-states have always punched above their weight. They’ve driven culture forward, facilitated global commerce, and charged ahead of their nation-bound peers.

Indeed, cities  - and the metropolitan regions that orbit around them  -  make sense as a political and economic unit. The key services we depend on government to do, from building infrastructure to ensuring public safety, are mostly handled by cities. And contrary to earlier predictions, the forces of globalization and the rise of the information economy have only made cities more important as economic engines and innovation hubs. It’s no surprise, then, that cities — and their mayors — are increasingly finding their voices in a world previously dominated by nations and international entities.

Unfortunately, the way the United States is structured today undermines this trend by privileging states as the key political entity. State boundaries in these modern times are typically arbitrary and often no longer reflect any meaningful political, cultural, or economic reality. Some U.S. cities, both big and small, manage to straddle state borders (think Texarkana or Bristol) while others run right up to the state edge but sharply hug the border (think Cincinnati or St. Louis). And a number of states are inexplicably fragmented because their seat of government is very different from their most populous town (think New York City/Albany and Chicago/Springfield). This often results in excessive fragmentationunproductive competition, and a near total lack of regional land-use and transportation planning. We all suffer as a result.

Both to satisfy my own curiosity and set out a vision for what a city-oriented United States might look like, I decided to make a map that dispensed with the continental 48 states and instead divvied up the land into 100 city-states.

As a process-obsessed city planner, I started by listing the top 150 metropolitan statistical areas in the continental United States. This seemed like the natural base for any potential city-states as MSAs reflect economic integration. Next, I mixed in combined statistical areas, which factor together adjacent metro- and micropolitan areas. I cut the list to the top 100 units by population. (Congratulations to Lancaster, Pennsylvania — the smallest unit to make the cut!)

Then came the mapping. I used shapefiles provided by the Census to make “city-state cores” on a single map using GIS, a tool used for map making and spatial analysis. By using more data and selecting certain attributes, I assigned each county to a city-state core. To finish it up, I cleaned up awkward and nonsensical boundaries with some manual adjustment.

The final product was this map, and it led me to several takeaways:

The eastern United States is like medieval Europe.

As of 2010, the population center of the United States is somewhere in the middle of Missouri. It’s been moving westward, needless to say, but also south over time. This mostly jives with this map: The United States east of the Kansas-Missouri line is a dynamic hodgepodge of small, densely populated city-states. The economies and cultures of places like New York and Philadelphia, Charlotte and Greensboro, and Fort Wayne and South Bend will likely always be intimately intermingled. West of this line, excluding California and Texas, the United States is largely underpopulated, with cities like Denver, Omaha, and Boise playing an outsized role — economically and culturally — in their respective regions.

My home state of Kentucky is shattered.

Let’s face it: Kentucky is incoherent as a cultural-political entity. The Louisville metropolitan area and the northern Kentucky suburbs of Cincinnati are essentially southern reaches of the Rust Belt. The state’s east and southeast have more in common with West Virginia, including a shared Appalachian heritage. Western and southwestern Kentucky feel much more conventionally Southern. All of this is largely captured by how the state is divided up. Not accidentally, the only purely Kentucky city-state produced — Lexington — captures most of what Kentucky is best known for: University of Kentucky basketball, the first Kentucky Fried Chicken, most of the major bourbon distilleries, the Daniel Boone National Forest, and the state’s famous Bluegrass horse farm region.

Maine and Minnesota are basically already city-states.

Only two city-states capture the entirety of a current U.S. state: Portland, which captures Maine and parts of New Hampshire, and Minneapolis-St. Paul, which captures Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin, South Dakota, and three-quarters of North Dakota. Portland barely made the cut; in an actual fragmentation scenario, I could see most of Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine falling under a Boston city-state. Minneapolis-St. Paul, however, makes sense. Its influence sweeps across the northern Midwest, as evidenced in films like Fargo. Some western metro areas in New Mexico and Utah nearly made the cut, but their southern regions were nipped by El Paso and Las Vegas, respectively.

Some states would disappear entirely.

A handful of states in this new map are completely covered by the city-states of their former neighboring states. Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Vermont would all basically be gone. Delaware and Rhode Island both have great cities — Wilmington and Providence — but both would be unambiguously absorbed by their monolithic neighbors — Philadelphia and Boston, respectively. The upper Mountain West as well as New Hampshire and Vermont simply lack large cities.

City-states of tomorrow may boom at any time.

As states like Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota continue to experience explosive population growth, they will inevitably give rise to their own great cities. For all we know, Billings, Fargo, and Sioux Falls could emerge as urban powerhouses in the 21st century, not unlike nearby Minneapolis, Denver, and Salt Lake City did in the 20th century.

An odd oversight in our federal system is that it’s basically impossible for states to split, join, or shift around their borders. Outside of a few weird cases — such as West Virginia — basically all new states have come from newly settled land. As new city-states emerge in places like the Mountain West, how would they be incorporated into this system? Would the arrangement be capped at 100 city-states? Alternatively, could states combine as their economies and development slowly blends, as could very well happen with small city-states like Lancaster, Toledo, and Fresno? It’s a fun thought experiment.

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In a time when we aren’t often drawing up new borders for established countries like the U.S., it’s interesting to think “what if.” What might be the political implications of a system like this? At the outset, a system of city-states could help to achieve economies of scale in providing local services like libraries and parks, saving taxpayers money while improving service quality.

But they could also overcome some of the prisoner’s dilemma problems associated with policies like housing, schools, and subsidies. In our current system of municipal fragmentation, it’s easy for NIMBYs (“Not in My Back Yard” campaigns) to block the construction of new housing in prospering areas and keep low- and moderate-income students out of high-quality schools districts. A unified city-state could overcome some of these issues, taking the broader perspective and equitably distributing the burdens and benefits of growth.

A city-state restructuring could also have deep implications for national politics. One of the key takeaways of the 2016 presidential election is the mounting urban-rural political divide, with voters in cities and the countryside growing increasingly disconnected and antagonistic toward one another. (At the bottom of this piece is a map of how the city-states likely would have voted.) Insomuch as a city-state scenario would bundle Americans based on broadly similar economic, social, cultural backgrounds, it could encourage both sides to seriously contend with with the needs and preferences of their neighbors.

Of course, at this stage, it’s all speculation. How would you have drawn city-state boundaries differently? What do you think would be the political implications?


          Another Lexington restaurant closes after landing on health department probation      Cache   Translate Page      
Another Lexington restaurant has closed its doors: Mandarin Cafe and Sushi announced the news on its Facebook page on Monday. According to a message on the restaurant’s phone, the restaurant … Click to Continue »
          To Do List: Week of March 11, 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

BA's top picks for art-related events happening this week across the South, including openings in New Orleans, Nashville, and Atlanta and artists' talks in Lexington.

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Whitaker Bank Ballpark (LEXINGTON, KY) - The Lexington Legends invite members of the media and public to Triangle Park at 3pm on March 18. The Legends... - SAL Lexington Legends
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          Anthem Sunrise Ascent on Mt. Washington a Success      Cache   Translate Page      

The conclusion of Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country’s (ASPNC) 9th annual Anthem Sunrise Ascent on Mt. Washington on August 5th held many wonderful moments and milestones for 14 adaptive athletes and their support teams.    “It was an amazing day full of awesomeness!” says ASPNC Executive Director Sandy Olney. “To date, we have raised over $120,000–the most in the event’s nine-year history.” Olney believes that this was due in great part to several powerhouse fundraising teams and to a new Summit Sponsor, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.    “The day ended with a wonderful Bottom-side Brunch Celebration toasting all who made the climb and who made the event a grand success on so many levels. It was the perfect recap to a perfect morning,” Olney recalls.  In the Anthem Sunrise Ascent, teams of volunteer “mules” aided adaptive sports enthusiasts in ASPNC’s version of a “walkathon” on a sunny, clear and temperate day. Each team got pledges and had the task of raising at least $6,288 (the height of Mt. Washington). The teams represented were Barbara Singleton, Brenna Bean, Charlie Walker, Chester Eastwood, David Santamore, Erik Kondo, Jesse Walker, Marie Hennessy, Marsha Gray, Martin Wallem, Sasha Segal, and Suzie Coughlan for ASPNC and Bex Fillmore and Vince Skelton for New England Disabled Sports (NEDS).   “It was a smashing success and it is all thanks to our volunteers, participants, their teams, the individual donors who pledged to each team, the Mt Washington Auto Road, Mt. Washington State Park, summit sponsor Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, halfway house sponsor Bank of New Hampshire, and mile marker sponsor Noyle Johnson Insurance — all of whom made the event the best ever,” says Olney.   All proceeds go directly to enabling ASPNC and NEDS to continue to offer sport and recreational outings, programs and competitive team opportunities to North Country adaptive athletes and their families.   “We are proud to support these tremendous athletes as part of our continuing efforts to expand opportunities that improve the lives of the people in the communities we serve. The determination exhibited by the Sunrise Ascent athletes and their teams to reach the summit of Mt. Washington is truly inspiring and highlights the important work of Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country and New England Disabled Sports,” said Lisa Guertin, president of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire.  Local Anthem Sunrise Ascent athletes included Marsha Gray of Waterford, Vt. and Sasha Segal of Woodsville, N.H., both making their 4th ascents, and Chester Eastwood of Conway, N.H., who made his 8th ascent. Additionally, Charlie Walker of Littleton, N.H. made his first ascent supported by his family, several of his classmates and teachers from Littleton High School. Together, the 14 athletes were supported by over 200 “mules,” 60 “road runners,” — volunteers who provide the rides from the summit — and over a dozen support and safety team members.  The Endurance Challenge portion of the event saw three challengers this year, including David Santamore from Barre, Vt. David made his second attempt at an unassisted wheeled ascent in a modified handcycle and arrived at the summit with a big smile in just over eight hours! Erik Kondo from Lexington, Mass. and Brenna Bean from Whatley, Mass. made their own relay team, swapping out as they pushed themselves to their limits and used both handcycles and their own wheelchairs. They ran short on time at the six-mile marker. We hope they will be back to try again next year.  To learn more about this event, the athletes, and the adaptive sport organizations involved, Adaptive Sports Partners and New England Disabled Sports, or to make a donation, please visit www.SunriseAscent.org. Donations in honor of the

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          Archbishop Kurtz voices support for Scholarship Tax Credit bill      Cache   Translate Page      

Louisville, Ky., Mar 12, 2019 / 03:05 pm (CNA).- Creating a Scholarship Tax Credit program in Kentucky would align with Catholic teaching by assisting families in need and empowering parents to make decisions about their children’s education, said Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville.

“The reality is that educational choice already exists in Kentucky, but sadly, not for Kentucky’s most vulnerable students,” the archbishop said.

“Scholarship Tax Credit legislation would allow more families to exercise this right and provide Kentucky children with equal opportunities.”

Kurtz wrote a March 11 opinion piece in the Courier Journal, responding to an earlier opinion piece by Rep. Jim Wayne (D), who said the tax credit proposal, House Bill 205, was incompatible with Catholic social teaching.

Under House Bill 205, Kentucky residents would be able to receive tax breaks by donating to the scholarship programs of private schools, including religious schools. The money would then go toward tuition assistance for students at those schools. With $25 million available in tax credits, residents would receive tax breaks equal to the amount they donated, up to $1 million.

Sponsored by Rep. John Carney (R), the bill was introduced on Feb. 5. On Monday, Carney said the legislation faced an uphill battle, acknowledging it would likely not receive the votes it needs to pass, according to Lexington Herald Leader.

Rep. Wayne argued that Catholic schools are often unequipped to accept children with special needs and that “only the public school system can include all children.”

“A hallmark of Catholic social teaching is the responsibility to assess every public policy through this lens: How will the policy affect the poor? If the poor are hurt, the policy is immoral,” he said, writing in the Courier Journal.

Wayne said he disagrees with taking money away from the state’s public school system. He also argued that the bill would violate the principle of separation of church and state.

Archbishop Kurtz disagreed that the policy will harm the poor and is therefore incompatible with Catholic teaching. Because it is mandated in Kentucky that more than half of the aid will support students with high financial needs, he said, the money will go to “families whose incomes are below the reduced-lunch threshold, students with special needs and students within Kentucky’s foster care system.”

“Once that mandate is met, scholarships are allowed to go to students whose family income is no higher than 200 percent above the reduced-lunch threshold. In keeping with the Catholic tradition of helping those who need it most, participants will receive aid proportionate to their level of need,” he said.

Kurtz said that while he respects public schools, some students best thrive in other education systems and it should be up to the parents to decide where to send them. Citing Pope Francis in Amoris Laetitia, he said education is the “primary right” of the parents.

“The government’s role is to support the parents in the exercise of this right, not to replace them,” he said.

Kurtz said the program has been successful in other states. He pointed to Florida, which has the biggest Scholarship Tax Credit program in the United States, covering more than 100,000 students each year.

“When the most recent National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results were released, Florida’s public schools made more progress than those in any other state,” he said.

“Florida students with special needs and from across racial and economic lines succeeded in showing improvement on these tests. And, it is not only the public schools that have experienced success.”

The archbishop emphasized that he is not seeking to “impose a religious education on every family,” but said that the Catholic faith supports “helping those in greatest need.”


          Kantai Collection -KanColle- - Saratoga 1/8 WonHobby Selection (Max Factory)      Cache   Translate Page      
Directamente del popular juego de navegador "Kantai Collection -KanColle-", Max Factory presenta la figura a escala 1/8 que le dedica al portaaviones de clase Lexington, Saratoga, en su versión medio dañada. Figura que la compañía nos ofrece dentro de su serie de figuras de gran calidad Wonderful Hobby Selection.

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Altura: 12 cm
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NC-Lexington, Position Overview This position is classified as non-exempt and reports to the Assistant Manager, Assistant General Manager, and General Manager. Cooks are directly responsible for creating a great guest experience by consistently serving quality food in a timely manner. You will receive and stock inventory, prepare, cook and assemble orders, keep the kitchen clean and organized, and maintain food
          The Death Penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is Unlikely      Cache   Translate Page      
The Boston Marathon bombings bring back memories of the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995. The attack was planned to coincide with the anniversary of the Waco Siege and the 220th anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord.


The Oklahoma blast killed 168 people, including 19 children and injured 680.  As a result of the bombing, the U.S. government passed the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 which tightened the standards for habeas corpus in the United States.  The above photo taken by Charles H. Porter, is of firefighter Chris Fields removing infant Baylee Almon (who later died in a nearby hospital) from the destruction of the Oklahoma City bombing.
On June 11, 2001, Timothy McVeigh was executed at the United States Prison-Terre Haute.  I had the opportunity to interview the warden at the time-- Harley Lappin-- about his experiences coordinating the execution team called "Operation Elm Tree," named after the large Elm that remained undamaged at the Murrah Building.  What is little remembered, is that eight days later, convicted Mexican drug cartel member, Juan Raul Garza was also executed.  His death attracted only 75 reporters and very few protestors compared to the international attention from hundreds of reporters that McVeigh's execution generated. Since then no other federal executions have occurred.  Before McVeigh and Garza, there had not been a federal execution since 1963 when Victor Feguer was hung at the Iowa State Penitentiary.
The U.S. government's bereft record of capital punishment makes it unlikely that 19-year old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev  will meet an untimely end at the hands of federal executors.  If the survivors and the families of victims are seeking retribution, it will not be through the death penalty.  
Some would argue that spending the rest of your life in solitary confinement is a certain kind of hell that few would wish on anyone, particularly a bright, impressionable teenager who blindly followed in the footsteps of a big brother bent on killing his innocent neighbors.

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          Gallery HOP, Lexington      Cache   Translate Page      
Gallery HOP is Friday, March 15 at various locations around Lexington, starting at 5 pm. Stroll, socialize, sip, shop and buzz about what’s new and now at 40-plus galleries, studios and out-of-the-box exhibit spaces in downtown Lexington.
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The Lexington Opera House hosts Blackberry Smoke on Friday, March 15 at 7:30 pm.
          St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival, Downtown      Cache   Translate Page      
The Lexington St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival are Saturday, March 16. The parade and festival are part of an all-day celebration that begins at 8 am with the 13th annual Shamrock Shuffle to benefit Lexington Habitat for Humanity. At 10:45 am, the “Blessing of the Keg” at the Alltech tents at Robert F. Stephens Courthouse […]
          Habitat for Humanity Shamrock Shuffle 3K      Cache   Translate Page      
The 13th Annual Shamrock Shuffle 3K, benefitting Lexington Habitat for Humanity, is Saturday, March 16 at 8 am. Come dressed in your best St. Paddy’s attire to compete in costume contests and stick around after the race to enjoy the Lexington St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival. Learn more and register at www.shamrockshuffle3k.com
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          Archbishop Kurtz voices support for Scholarship Tax Credit bill      Cache   Translate Page      

Louisville, Ky., Mar 12, 2019 / 03:05 pm (CNA).- Creating a Scholarship Tax Credit program in Kentucky would align with Catholic teaching by assisting families in need and empowering parents to make decisions about their children’s education, said Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville.

“The reality is that educational choice already exists in Kentucky, but sadly, not for Kentucky’s most vulnerable students,” the archbishop said.

“Scholarship Tax Credit legislation would allow more families to exercise this right and provide Kentucky children with equal opportunities.”

Kurtz wrote a March 11 opinion piece in the Courier Journal, responding to an earlier opinion piece by Rep. Jim Wayne (D), who said the tax credit proposal, House Bill 205, was incompatible with Catholic social teaching.

Under House Bill 205, Kentucky residents would be able to receive tax breaks by donating to the scholarship programs of private schools, including religious schools. The money would then go toward tuition assistance for students at those schools. With $25 million available in tax credits, residents would receive tax breaks equal to the amount they donated, up to $1 million.

Sponsored by Rep. John Carney (R), the bill was introduced on Feb. 5. On Monday, Carney said the legislation faced an uphill battle, acknowledging it would likely not receive the votes it needs to pass, according to Lexington Herald Leader.

Rep. Wayne argued that Catholic schools are often unequipped to accept children with special needs and that “only the public school system can include all children.”

“A hallmark of Catholic social teaching is the responsibility to assess every public policy through this lens: How will the policy affect the poor? If the poor are hurt, the policy is immoral,” he said, writing in the Courier Journal.

Wayne said he disagrees with taking money away from the state’s public school system. He also argued that the bill would violate the principle of separation of church and state.

Archbishop Kurtz disagreed that the policy will harm the poor and is therefore incompatible with Catholic teaching. Because it is mandated in Kentucky that more than half of the aid will support students with high financial needs, he said, the money will go to “families whose incomes are below the reduced-lunch threshold, students with special needs and students within Kentucky’s foster care system.”

“Once that mandate is met, scholarships are allowed to go to students whose family income is no higher than 200 percent above the reduced-lunch threshold. In keeping with the Catholic tradition of helping those who need it most, participants will receive aid proportionate to their level of need,” he said.

Kurtz said that while he respects public schools, some students best thrive in other education systems and it should be up to the parents to decide where to send them. Citing Pope Francis in Amoris Laetitia, he said education is the “primary right” of the parents.

“The government’s role is to support the parents in the exercise of this right, not to replace them,” he said.

Kurtz said the program has been successful in other states. He pointed to Florida, which has the biggest Scholarship Tax Credit program in the United States, covering more than 100,000 students each year.

“When the most recent National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results were released, Florida’s public schools made more progress than those in any other state,” he said.

“Florida students with special needs and from across racial and economic lines succeeded in showing improvement on these tests. And, it is not only the public schools that have experienced success.”

The archbishop emphasized that he is not seeking to “impose a religious education on every family,” but said that the Catholic faith supports “helping those in greatest need.”


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The American Prize National Nonprofit Competitions in the Performing Arts, David Lazaar Katz, founder and chief judge, is pleased to announce FINALIST pianists for 2018-19 in the SOLO division.

Congratulations!

As the contests unfold, runners-up and winners will be selected from this list. To know the exact date when winners will be announced, please like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter #AmericanPrize, where that information will be published first.

If you are not a finalist this year, please remember that the contests are not yet over. The American Prize reserves the right to award Honorable Mentions and Citations for Special Achievement to any contestant, regardless of final placement. TAP has honored a number of semi-finalists and quarter finalists in the past--to recognize a unique talent or focus, unusual repertoire, vital programming or outreach. Citations and Honorable Mentions are usually awarded at the same time as winners and runners-up, but can be presented at any time up to the last winners' announcement of the contest year.

All contestants are reminded they are responsible for the viability of their online links to audition materials. Those links must remain active until the end of the contest year. Questions, or to make us aware of any misprints in the listings below, please email: theamericanprize@gmail.com

We invite finalists to make the most of their selection by announcing it on their facebook page, tweeting the news, and including a link to this announcement on their website or blog. A sample announcement may be found at the end of the post.


NATIONAL FINALISTS: The American Prize in Piano Performance (solo)—professional division, 2018-19

Svetlana Belsky
Northbrook IL 
  
Matthew Bengtson
Saline MI 
  
Yi-Yang Chen
Johnson City TN 
    
Anchie Donn
West Hartford CT 
   
Jooyoung Kim
Fishers IN 
    
Jin Ah Kwon
Lewisville TX 
         
Hyojin Rhim
Forest Hills NY 
  
Reed Tetzloff
Forest Hills NY 
  
Olivia Xin Zhang
Lexington KY 



NATIONAL FINALISTS: The American Prize in Piano Performance (solo)—college/university division, 2018-19

Meilin Ai
Denton TX 
  
Nathan Cheung
Pleasanton CA 
  
Hyejin Cho
Ann Arbor MI 
 
Ahyoung Cho
East Lansing MI 
  
Hokyong Choi
Cambridge MA 
    
Anna Keiserman
Newark NJ 
    
Aoshuang Li
Beijing, China
  
Jane Liu
Cleveland OH 
  
Lingxu Peng
Wuhan Hubei, China
  
Christopher Richardson
Danville CA 
    
Cecilia Sakong
State College PA 
    
Wei-Yi Sun
Columbus OH 
    
John Wilson
Miami Beach FL 
  
Brian Woods
Winchester VA 
  
Yin Zhang
Lincoln NE 


NATIONAL FINALISTS: The American Prize in Piano Performance (solo)
—high school division, 2018-19


All semi-finalists in the high school division were advanced. The level of artistry was high and The American Prize feels that each contestant listed below is worthy of the encouragement (and evaluation) finalist selection provides. Congratulations!

Jane Bua
New York NY 
  
William Chang
San Francisco CA 
  
Jasper Heymann
New York NY 
  
Henry Jiaxiang Huang
Columbia MO 
  
Annika Huprikar
Deerfield IL 
  
Michael McClure
Kenmore NY 


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"Great News! I've just been selected as a FINALIST in the (blank) division of The American Prize national non-profit competitions in the performing arts. Here's the link: (copy link here). The American Prize will be announcing WINNERS in my division soon. You can learn more about this prestigious national competition here: www.theamericanprize.org or follow the news on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-American-Prize-celebrating-American-excellence-in-the-arts/214320622728 or Twitter: https://twitter.com/americanprize "

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          THE PROM's Christopher Sieber to Host SHUBERT FOUNDATION HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE FESTIVAL      Cache   Translate Page      

One hundred and fifty talented NYC public school students will make their Broadway debuts when the 5th annual SHUBERT FOUNDATION HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE FESTIVAL for NYC Public Schools takes place on Monday, March 18 at the Music Box Theatre -- 239 West 45th Street -- currently home to the Broadway smash Dear Evan Hansen. This high profile and high-energy theatre education experience for students is presented by The Shubert Foundation and NYC Department of Education.

Hosting the event will be Broadway star Christopher Sieber, who is currently appearing in the new hit Broadway musical, The Prom. He will be joined by fellow Broadway stars: Lisa Brescia (Dear Evan Hansen), Isabelle McCalla (The Prom), Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins (original star of Caroline, Or Change), Tony nominee Lauren Ridloff (Children of a Lesser God), and a special guest artist from Be More Chill.

Over the course of the day on March 18, students from five NYC high schools - Curtis High School in Staten Island, Lexington School for the Deaf in Queens, Professional Performing Arts High School in Manhattan, Repertory Company High School for Theater Arts in Manhattan and LaGuardia High School for Music, Art, and Performing Arts in Manhattan - participate in master artist workshops-making their Broadway debuts from 7:30 to 9:30 pm. These teen actors will perform selections from iconic musicals and plays, after having spent the afternoon tecking on stage, as well as attending a full day of acting workshops and technical guidance with teachers, DOE volunteers, college PA's and professional Broadway backstage crews, musicians and actors, according to Shubert Foundation President, Michael I. Sovern.

The Festival, a celebration featuring five outstanding high school student productions from the 2018-2019 school year, were selected from over 30 productions across the city by a panel of professional theatre artists and theatre educators. Over the course of the festival's five-year history, school productions from all 5 boroughs have performed at the event. This year, student presentations from the following schools will present excerpted scenes and musical numbers in order as follows:

Curtis High School (Staten Island) - 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

Lexington School for the Deaf (Queens) - A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Professional Performing Arts High School (Manhattan) - CAROLINE, OR CHANGE

Repertory Company High School for Theater Arts (Manhattan) - RUNAWAYS

LaGuardia High School for Music, Art, and Performing Arts (Manhattan) -

THE SOUND OF MUSIC

Among the Broadway stars scheduled to introduce the school productions during the evening performance and interact with the students over the course of the day are host Christopher Sieber (The Prom), Lisa Brescia (Dear Evan Hansen), Isabelle McCalla (The Prom), Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins (original star ofCaroline, Or Change), Tony nominee Lauren Ridloff (Children of a Lesser God), and a special guest artist from Be More Chill.

The High School Theatre Festival showcases the ongoing excellent theatre work currently taking place in NYC public high schools, as well as highlighting the positive effects of theatre study on skills for the stage and in life: collaboration, artistry, discipline, focus, literacy, student voice, self-awareness, presence, active listening and empathy. The evening focuses on the impact that a full theatre program can have on students and school communities, and enables students to see theatre and the arts as a potential career path.

"As a lifelong musician, I understand the importance of equitable access to high-quality arts education in our public schools," said NYC Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza. "I thank the Shubert Foundation High School Theatre Festival for celebrating the diversity, inclusivity, and the mosaic of cultural experiences that makes New York the greatest city in the world."

"We are so proud to have supported this Festival since its inception," said Philip J. Smith, Chairman of The Shubert Organization. "The extraordinary talents of the students continue to astound year after year upon our Broadway stages."


Sponsored by The Shubert Foundation, the festival is presented in partnership with the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE). Funding for the Festival and for a range of existing Shubert Foundation programs in New York City public schools comes from a grant of $577,000.

Since 2005, The Shubert Foundation has provided more than $5.4 million to the New York City Department of Education for Theatre/Arts programs.

"Look to the stage.These impressive teen artists from varied diverse cultural backgrounds, neighborhoods and creative points of view, collaborated with peers to produce inspired and relevant theater for their school communities and now for Broadway. As ensembles and individuals they serve as a wonderful reminder of the power of inclusivity on stage, in the classroom and beyond," said Peter Avery, the Festival's producer and the Director of Theatre for the NYC Department of Education.

The Shubert Foundation, Inc. is the largest institutional funder of theatre education programs throughout NYC public schools and the nation's largest private foundation dedicated to unrestricted funding of not-for-profit theatres, with a secondary focus on dance. In 2018, the Foundation provided more than $30 million to 533 not-for-profit performing arts organizations across the United States. The Shubert Foundation, Inc. was established in 1945 by the legendary team of brothers, Lee and J.J. Shubert, producers of more than 520 plays, musicals and revues, as well as owners and operators of a nationwide network of legitimate theatres. For more information, visit www.shubertfoundation.org.

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STORY NUMBER ONE

Many years ago, Al Capone virtually owned Chicago. Capone wasn't famous for anything heroic. He was notorious for enmeshing the windy city in everything from bootlegged booze and prostitution to murder.

Capone had a lawyer nicknamed "Easy Eddie." He was his lawyer for a good reason. Eddie was very good! In fact, Eddie's skill at legal maneuvering kept Big Al out of jail for a long time.

To show his appreciation, Capone paid him very well. Not only was the money big, but also, Eddie got special dividends. For instance, he and his family occupied a fenced-in mansion with live-in help and all of the conveniences of the day. The estate was so large that it filled an entire Chicago City block.

Eddie lived the high life of the Chicago mob and gave little consideration to the atrocity that went on around him. Eddie did have one soft spot, however. He had a son that he loved dearly. Eddie saw to it that his young son had clothes, cars, and a good education.

Nothing was withheld. Price was no object. And, despite his involvement with organized crime, Eddie even tried to teach him right from wrong.

Eddie wanted his son to be a better man than he was. Yet, with all his wealth and influence, there were two things he couldn't give his son; he couldn't pass on a good name or a good example.

One day, Easy Eddie reached a difficult decision. Easy Eddie wanted to rectify wrongs he had done. He decided he would go to the authorities and tell the truth about Al "Scarface" Capone, clean up his tarnished name, and offer his son some semblance of integrity. To do this, he would have to testify against The Mob, and he knew that the cost would be great.

So, he testified. Within the year, Easy Eddie's life ended in a blaze of gunfire on a lonely Chicago Street. But in his eyes, he had given his son the greatest gift he had to offer, at the greatest price he could ever pay. Police removed from his pockets a rosary, a crucifix, a religious medallion, and a poem clipped from a magazine. The poem read:

The clock of life is wound but once,

And no man has the power

To tell just when the hands will stop

At late or early hour.

Now is the only time you own.

Live, love, toil with a will.

Place no faith in time.

For the clock may soon be still.


STORY NUMBER TWO

World War II produced many heroes. One such man was Lieutenant Commander Butch O'Hare. He was a fighter pilot assigned to the aircraft carrier Lexington in the South Pacific. One day his entire squadron was sent on a mission. After he was airborne, he looked at his fuel gauge and realized that someone had forgotten to top off his fuel tank. He would not have enough fuel to complete his mission and get back to his ship. His flight leader told him to return to the carrier. Reluctantly, he dropped out of formation and headed back to the fleet.

As he was returning to the mother ship he saw something that turned his blood cold: a squadron of Japanese aircraft were speeding their way toward the American fleet. The American fighters were gone on a sortie, and the fleet was all but defenseless. He couldn't reach his squadron and bring them back in time to save the fleet. Nor could he warn the fleet of the approaching danger.

There was only one thing to do. He must somehow divert them from the fleet. Laying aside all thoughts of personal safety, he dove into the formation of Japanese planes. Wing-mounted 50 caliber's blazed as he charged in, attacking one surprised enemy plane and then another. Butch wove in and out of the now broken formation and fired at as many planes as possible until all his ammunition was finally spent. Undaunted, he continued the assault. He dove at the planes, trying to clip a wing or tail in hopes of damaging as many enemy planes as possible and rendering them unfit to fly.

Finally, the exasperated Japanese squadron took off in another direction. Deeply relieved, Butch O'Hare and his tattered fighter limped back to the carrier. Upon arrival, he reported in and related the event surrounding his return. The film from the gun-camera mounted on his plane told the tale. It showed the extent of Butch's daring attempt to protect his fleet. He had, in fact, destroyed five enemy aircraft.

This took place on February 20, 1942, and for that action Butch became the Navy's first Ace of W.W.II, and the first Naval Aviator to win the Congressional Medal of Honor. A year later Butch was killed in aerial combat at the age of 29. His home town would not allow the memory of this WW II hero to fade, and today, O'Hare Airport in Chicago is named in tribute to the courage of this great man.

So, the next time you find yourself at O'Hare International, give some thought to visiting Butch's memorial displaying his statue and his Medal of Honor. It's located between Terminals 1 and 2.

SO WHAT DO THESE TWO STORIES HAVE TO DO WITH EACH OTHER?

Butch O'Hare was "Easy Eddie's" son.

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The South’s Best BBQ Joint in Every State 2018

The best of the best of Southern barbecue

Is there any food that Southerner’s are pickier about than barbecue? We don’t think so. Try putting North Carolina dip on Texas brisket, and both states will come after you. It’s just not done. And don’t suggest any sauce at all to the dry-rib crowd. When it comes to our ’cue of choice, Southerners aren’t just opinionated—we’re downright fanatical. So our editors knew we were opening the floodgates when we invited readers to pick the South’s best. We also knew we had better give states across the region a chance to spotlight their favorites. And here’s what we learned: The winners not only deliver succulent, smoky barbecue but also have some of the best names you’ll ever see on a place of business, from Fat Pete’s and Oklahoma Joe’s to Maurice’s Piggie Park and The Salt Lick. Ready to hit the road? Tie on your plastic bib, break out the paper napkins, and follow us to the smoke. From Southern Soul to Lexington, here, the best barbecue joints in every state.

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Eagle Feathers #174 – Teele Square By Bob (Monty) Doherty In 1836 Jonathan W. Teele, who was a participant in the battle of Lexington and a five-year veteran of the Revolutionary War, built the Teele House. It was a travelers’ roadhouse at the corner of Broadway and Curtis Street. His family eventually acquired and built […]
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Because of safety concerns, Versailles Mayor Brian Traugott said he would like the state to reduce speed limits from 55 to 45 mph and 45 to 35 mph on U. S. 60 (Lexington Road) from Maple Street to Paddock Drive.The various entrances/exits along the stretch of Lexington Road from Maple Street to Woodford Feed at the Versailles Bypass – Traugott said he counted over 30 – create dangers, he said.A resolution asking the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to consider reducing the speed limit by 10 mph
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Job Title Retail Sales Associates Posted 3/07/2019 Category Special Events and Locations Location Kentucky Horse Park 4089 Iron Works Pkwy Lexington, KY 40511 https://kyhorsepark.com/ Description And They're Off.... Levy is excited to be the Food & Beverage provider for the Kentucky Horse Park and we are looking for enthusiastic, hard-working people like you to join our team! Find us at the starting line. NOW HIRING Retail Sales Associates We are the face and name of Levy, providing the most premium food and beverage experiences that Levy has to offer, and demonstrating Levy’s value as a restauranteur and distributor in the sports and entertainment industry. No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." Requirements Please apply online today. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Levy is an equal opportunity employer. At Levy we are committed to treating all Applicants and Team Members fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.
          Park District Creating Plan For B&O Trail; Seeks Public Input      Cache   Translate Page      

The Richland County Park District is undergoing a strategic planning process for the B&O Trail and is in need of your assistance. A survey concerning the trail is now online, and you are asked to participate by answering questions and sharing ideas. The survey can be found here. Several weeks ago we shared a post about the B&O trail in our “Everything You Always Wanted To Know About” series; we thought it a good time to re-share!
Everything You Always Wanted To Know About: The Richland B&O Trail Here are a battery facts about one of the area’s best attractions for hiking, walking, running, and biking enthusiasts: Name: Known variously as the Richland County B&O Trail, the Richland County B&O Bike Trail, and the Richland County B&O Hike-Bike Trail Length: Variously posted as 18.4 and 18.5 miles[widgets_on_pages id=4] Surface: Asphalt Northern Terminus: The north end of the Trail is located at a point to the northeast of West 4th Street near North Lake Park on the northeast side of Mansfield Southern Terminus: The south end of the Trail is located on the southwest side of the community of Butler off of Simmons Street. Parking Availability: Centrally located parking lot servicing the Trail is located in Lexington (see Destination Mansfield map below) History: Follows the train right-of-way of the former B&O, and later the CSX railroad; CSX abandoned the track in 1986 Opened: 1995 Operated by: Richland County Park District General Description: The Trail is primarily a rural rail-trail with short sections through two small towns and a northern endpoint in the city of Mansfield. It offers some changes in scenery along its route, from open farmlands, woods and river crossings, to short sections alongside a factory and a former grain station. Facilities: Parks at both ends of the trail, and trailside in Bellville and Butler. Emergency call boxes. Food: Eateries near the Trail in small towns. Number of Road Crossings: Approximately 18 Obstructions: The B&O Trail was the first in its area to become a bollard-free trail (took place in 2014). Maps: Sources: Ohio Bikeways, Wikipedia, Destination Mansfield
          Everything You Always Wanted To Know About: The Richland B&O Trail      Cache   Translate Page      

Here are a battery facts about one of the area’s best attractions for hiking, walking, running, and biking enthusiasts: Name: Known variously as the Richland County B&O Trail, the Richland County B&O Bike Trail, and the Richland County B&O Hike-Bike Trail Length: Variously posted as 18.4 and 18.5 miles[widgets_on_pages id=4] Surface: Asphalt Northern Terminus: The north end of the Trail is located at a point to the northeast of West 4th Street near North Lake Park on the northeast side of Mansfield Southern Terminus: The south end of the Trail is located on the southwest side of the community of Butler off of Simmons Street. Parking Availability: Centrally located parking lot servicing the Trail is located in Lexington (see Destination Mansfield map below) History: Follows the train right-of-way of the former B&O, and later the CSX railroad; CSX abandoned the track in 1986 Opened: 1995 Operated by: Richland County Park District General Description: The Trail is primarily a rural rail-trail with short sections through two small towns and a northern endpoint in the city of Mansfield. It offers some changes in scenery along its route, from open farmlands, woods and river crossings, to short sections alongside a factory and a former grain station. Facilities: Parks at both ends of the trail, and trailside in Bellville and Butler. Emergency call boxes. Food: Eateries near the Trail in small towns. Number of Road Crossings: Approximately 18 Obstructions: The B&O Trail was the first in its area to become a bollard-free trail (took place in 2014). Maps: Sources: Ohio Bikeways, Wikipedia, Destination Mansfield
          Join In Just Walk Richland Trashercise      Cache   Translate Page      

Just Walk Richland walk leaders will lead a series of walks along the B&O trail. Walks will start at various locations each week, and as an end result, “connect the trail”. Participants are encouraged to pick up litter (trashercise) and help beautify the trail in the process. These walks are scheduled to run every Monday from today through May 15, starting at 5:30 PM.[widgets_on_pages id="4"]
Date Meeting Location GPS Coordinates Miles
4/2 North Lake Park 40.7665889,-82.5380885 6
4/9 Deer Park 40.725134, -82.571416 4
4/16 Lexington at Restroom Pavilion (just south of Community Park) 40.684188, -82.581813 4
4/23 Lexington at Restroom Pavilion (just south of Community Park) 40.684188, -82.581813 6
4/30 OH 97 near I-71 40.639869, -82.542164 6
5/7 Bellville Depot 40.623156, -82.512202 5
5/14 Butler 40.5879889,-82.4265183 5
  Leaders and participants will beautify the trail, enjoy one another's company, and get in some miles! And some squats! Come as often as you can, walk as far or as long as you can. Bring your family (kids, too), and friends. Walks are round trip from the designated parking area for each date. We will be packing the trash out with us to place in the parking area trash receptacle. Efforts to separate recyclables are appreciated. Please plan to bring own trash bags (used shopping bags work great) and gloves. Waterproof gloves would be helpful as well as boots (if you have them) for getting off the trail. These walks are held in partnership with Richland Public Health’s Just Walk Richland program and the Richland County Park District.
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          (USA-MA-Lexington) Optical Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Description Solidus is searching for an optical engineer, who will assist and support staff members in developing, building and testing a variety of optical systems. Candidate will join a group that provides optical support for many programs across on site departments. This includes optical concept development, optical design and analysis, optical fabrication and procurement, and optical assembly, alignment and test. Responsibilities: * Work closely with optical and mechanical engineers to determine the methodologies and techniques required to assemble, align and test precision optical systems * Execute relevant techniques, tests and procedures * Support staff members in developing a variety of optical systems including telescopes, lens assemblies, laser optics, focal plane assemblies and fiber optics for space and airborne applications * Assembly and alignment of complex optical systems using a variety of optical instruments. Perform optical testing; specify and purchase optical components * Organize and maintain the optical facilities and instrumentation * The position may require special security clearances and travel to meetings and field sites Please note this is NOT an entry level position as at least 1 year relevant experience is required; and closer to 3 years experience will be preferred. Requirements: * US Citizenship and the ability to obtain a DoD Secret Clearance * Candidate should have extensive hands on laboratory exposure with a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 1 years of experience in optical assembly and alignment * Minimum of 3 years of experience in optical assembly and alignment * Experience assembling, aligning and testing refractive and reflective optical components and systems * Experience with optical alignment instruments such as interferometers, autocollimators, alignment telescopes, theodolites, profilometers and wavefront sensors * Experience with interferometric testing, precision lens assembly, high power lasers and fiber optics is strongly desired * Broad understanding of optical fabrication techniques and shall be capable of evaluating vendors for custom manufacturing requirements * Ability to perform incoming inspection on a variety of procured items which requires a working knowledge of optical fabrication specs * Preference will be given to candidates who have experience with space systems and laser communication / lasercom system testing * Three years’ of testing experience is highly desired Applicants selected must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. U.S. Citizenship may be required. Solidus is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify. NOTICE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES, DISABLED VETERANS AND OTHER PROTECTED VETERANS. It is the policy of this Company to seek and employ qualified individuals at all locations and facilities, and to provide equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees in recruiting, hiring, placement, training, compensation, insurance, benefits, promotion, transfer, and termination. To achieve this, we are dedicated to taking affirmative action to employ and advance in employment qualified individuals with disabilities, disabled veterans, and other protected veterans. The objective in adopting the Affirmative Action Programs is to place qualified individuals with disabilities, disabled veterans and other protected veterans in all job classifications. These Affirmative Action Programs are available for inspection by any applicant or employee by contacting the Company's EEO Coordinator, in the Human Resources office, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm *Job Category:* Electrical or Hardware Engineering *Clearance Level:* Eligible to Obtain *Location:* Massachusetts, Lexington *Req Code:* 19:BC-D7-008
          NCTA hosts regional science and engineering fairs      Cache   Translate Page      

Ten Nebraska junior and senior high schools participated in two science and engineering fairs recently in Curtis.

One team from Adams Central High School in Hastings now advances to an international fair in Arizona.

Students entered 137 research projects with poster presentations which were judged February 25 at the Central Nebraska Science and Engineering Fair, and the National Junior Academy of Sciences Western Regional Science Fair.

All events were hosted at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, said Randy Lienemann, NJAS president and CNSEF fair director.

“This fair brings brilliant young minds together to compete for and win various awards, establish new collaboration for future research, and make a host of new friends,” Lienemann said.

Tristan Weston and Tyler Slechta from Adams Central School in Hastings had the overall winning entry in the senior high division with their research presentation entitled, “The Effect of Margaritifera on Nitrates in Water.”

Next, they are eligible to compete at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix, Arizona, May 14-19. Second place in the senior division went to Mackinzi Hill and Jaden Nienhuser, also of Adams Central. In the junior high division of the CNSEF, Jenna Cecrle of Adams Central Middle School, was the winner.

The NJAS fair tapped 12 entries for the April 11 state contest in Lincoln at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

Junior high projects eligible for NJAS State Contest:

Maddelynn Haynes, Chase County
Conner Snyder and Payton Dellevoet, McCook
Zoey Evans, Elwood
Garrett Kaps and Lucas Gomez-Wilson, McCook
Braeden Anderson, Gothenburg
Kara Waskowiak, Gothenburg

Senior high projects eligible for NJAS State Contest:

Carissa Hill, Chase County
Morgan Schroeder, Cozad
Tami Lehmkuhler and Dylan Hubbard, Lexington
Miah Hoppens, Ogallala
Gabrielle Krutsinger, Chase County
Ben Knudsen, Ogallala

Special awards and scholarships are provided as prizes and scholar incentives. They include:

– Weston/Slechta –a $100 scholarship from Joan and Dee Griffin, DVM, Dr. Josh Overocker and Dr. Emily Griffin-Overocker
– Hill/Nienhuser – $50 scholarship from Nebraskaland Aviation, Holdrege.
– The Lemelson Early Inventor prize of $100 was awarded to Madison Smith, Gothenburg, a 6th to 8th grader who showed critical societal problem solving.
– The American Psychological Association and APA Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools awarded one certificate recognizing outstanding research in behavioral and social psychology. The winners were Elizabeth Anderson and Morgan Burr of Adams Central.
– The U.S. Air Force provided two laptop backpacks filled with merchandise in each of the junior and senior high divisions. Junior High: Jenna Cecrle, Adams Central and Maddelynn Hanes, Chase County. Senior high winners were Carissa Hill, Chase County and Morgan Schroeder, Cozad.
– Jenna Cecrle was first place in junior high entries, and earned a $75 scholarship from Monsanto in Gothenburg. Maddelynn Hanes, second place, received a $50 scholarship from Farnam State Bank.
– Miah Hoppens, Ogallala, received the RICOH Corporation of New Jersey award for the project displaying the greatest potential to foster environmentally friendly businesses.
– The top senior team of Weston/Slechta received a certificate from NASA Earth System Science for general outstanding research.
– The National Science Foundation awarded Earth Hazard calendars to Claire Anderson, Adams Central and Evan Blank, Wilcox-Hildreth for excellent environmental projects.
– International Stockholm Junior Water Prizes were senior high students with water science research projects. Recipients were Weston/Slechta, Hill/Nienhueser, and Sam Htoo from Cozad.
– The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture gave a $2,000 Aggie Scholarship renewable for two years to Evan Blank, Wilcox-Hildreth.

The Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science & the Public sponsor awards that enable the top 10 percent of the 6th to 8th grade entries a nomination form to apply for an all-expense-paid trip to Washington D.C. for the 2019 Broadcom MASTERS® competition.

Students who received the form were: Maddelynn Hanes, Chase County; Conner Snyder and Payton Dellevoet, McCook; Zoey Evans, Elwood; Garrett Kaps and Lucas Gomez-Wilson, McCook; Braeden Anderson, Gothenburg; Kara Waskowiak, Gothenburg; Jenna Cecrle, Adams Central; Joy Rippen, McCook; and Kai Jorgenson, Gothenburg.

– The Society for In Vitro Biology awarded a certificate for exhibiting a project regarding vitro biology or tissue culture. Recipients were Hunter Collins/Blake Frink from Adams Central.
– Claire Anderson of Adams Central received a certificate from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Her research aims to conserve and manage coastal and marine resources.
– The American Meteorological Society awarded two certificates to students that exhibited the best meteorological projects. Recipients: Casey Jeff, North Platte Catholic, and Brynn Hill, McCook.
– The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps awarded a certificate and medallion to Junior High recipients Jenna Cecrle, Adams Central, and Maddelynn Hanes, Chase County. Senior High winners Carissa Hill, Chase County, and Morgan Schroeder, Cozad, also received $50 for educational supplies.
– The ASM International Foundation certificate went to Evan Blank, Wilcox-Hildreth, for his phenomenal engineering project.
– Haley Rose Cargill of Cozad received the U.S. Metric Association certificate for the best project using a metric system.
– The Yale Science and Engineering Association certificate and medallion to the most outstanding 11th grade project went to Morgan Baker, Adams Central.
– Megan Montgomery and William Moats of North Platte Catholic each received a Lincoln Industries $50 scholarship for outstanding science research.
– The University of Nebraska at Kearney awarded a $3,000 scholarship to Adelyn Hergenrader, Cozad, as an outstanding senior student.
– Safety goggles from Carolina Biological went to: Brooke Schilke, Chase County; Brock Malcolm, Cozad;

Whitney Dickau, Elwood; Jake Burge, Gothenburg; Harper Stevens, McCook; and Grace Schimmels, Eustis-Farnam.

– Jenna Cecrle, Adams Central, and Ashtyn Snider, Cozad, received a pair of periodic table stockings from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
– The U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Department of Natural Resources Conservation Service awarded a certificate for outstanding agriculture-related projects to: Ashtyn Snider, Cozad; Kelsey Shotkoski, Cozad; Hunter Collins, Adam Central; Blake Frink, Adams Central; Mackenzie West, Lexington; and Noah Converse, Lexington.

NJAS president Lienemann was assisted at the science fairs with the NCTA planning committee headed by Admissions Coordinator Tina Smith and Professors Tee Bush, Meredith Cable, and Eric Reed.

They thanked judges who volunteered to evaluate the presentations. The judges were NCTA campus administration, faculty and staff; Curtis-area community leaders, businesses and educators; and other volunteers from STEM professions.


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DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — An 18-year-old and his mom were both arrested on drug charges, according to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. On Tuesday, detectives arrested Andrew Christopher Tavares, 18, of Lexington, on charges of possession with intent to sell methamphetamine, possession with intent to sell marijuana, possession with intent to sell heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia. They also arrested his mom, Sandra Lee Watwood, 41, of Lexington, on charges of felony maintaining a dwelling to keep and or use […]
          Genealogy Room to offer 'Mining the Records' series - Lexington Dispatch      Cache   Translate Page      
Genealogy Room to offer 'Mining the Records' series  Lexington Dispatch

If you are interested in your family's lineage, Tonya Hensley wants to help with a new series that will start you on the right track.Hensley, a genealogist and ...


          (USA-NC-Lexington) Environmental, Health & Safety Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
## Position Profile **_Position Summary_** Lead and engage in all aspects of occupational safety health and environmental systems for the Lexington NC facility. Duties include but are not limited to: coordination of the Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) training plan to meet regulatory and internal program requirements; maintain documents and records in cooperation with other facility resources and retention requirements including operations and human resources; purchase all safety supplies and equipment; manage all EHS programs conduct or guide incident investigations track all incidents (injuries first aids near hits) review and make recommendations for EHS improvements coordinate EHS inspections and facilitate new-hire safety orientation. **_Key Accountabilities_** * Provide strategic leadership for EHS program development to achieve cultural permanence site-specific performance objectives and program implementation goals. * Maintain understanding and knowledge of current applicable federal state local regulations and company policies. * Coordinate and conduct the injury review process to determine and correct root cause. * Lead and manage the implementation of injury reduction efforts. Promote “Zero Injury Culture” initiatives. * Track and report operational safety performance. * Support the environmental functions of the business as warranted/assigned. * Maintain reporting requirements for the environmental calendar. * Conduct training for applicable environmental regulation issues as needed. * Conduct safety training programs for all levels of the site organization. * Provide leadership and facilitation and drive for a sustained plant safety committee. * Function as emergency coordinator. Develop and drive emergency response and business continuity initiatives. * Lead the operation to best practices and best-in-class EHS results (including program development). * Assist the organization by participating in special taskforce assignments and special projects. * Ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory industrial hygiene requirements. * Serve as the site security focal point. * Perform other duties as assigned. **_Characteristics & Attributes_** * Proficient collaborator; easily partners with and gets things done with and through others. * Flexibility to support off shifts as necessary. * Ability to multi-task and balance priorities. * Excellent people skills and professional demeanor. Ability to teach and communicate effectively at all levels of the organization. * General occupational safety environmental risk management and security experience desired. * Good oral and written communication and presentation skills. * Must have analytical reasoning and problem solving capabilities. **_Education & Experience_** * BS in Occupational Safety or Industrial Hygiene; advanced degree and/or professional certification(s) preferred. * 6+ years of experience in safety environment and health field in a manufacturing setting with at least three years in a leadership role. * Strong track record for transformative results through programs training and culture shaping. * Demonstrated success in EHS leadership and passionate commitment to the safety of others. * Demonstrated program development implementation and training success. * Certified in First Aid CPR and AED preferred. **_Organizational Relationship_** Position reports to the Sr. Manager EHS. *ID:* JR-07247 *Category:* Human Resources Group *Type:* Full-Time
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MultiLocation, Becoming the leader in the fire and security industry takes talent—yours. We are looking for Sprinkler Technicians/Fitters in the Midwest and South (Indianapollis, Columbus, OH, Cincinnati, OH, Louisville, KY; Lexington KY; Huntsville, AL; Nashville, TN areas to join our best of the best team as we drive the industry forward and pursue excellence in everything we do. If you’re up to the challenge,
          Multiple Reports Of Facebook, Instagram Outages - LEX18 Lexington KY News      Cache   Translate Page      
  1. Multiple Reports Of Facebook, Instagram Outages  LEX18 Lexington KY News
  2. Facebook has been down for hours, Instagram and WhatsApp also affected  CNBC
  3. Facebook, Instagram go down around the world in an apparent outage  USA TODAY
  4. Facebook and Instagram are down for some users around the world  The Verge
  5. Facebook 'aware' of issues with Instagram and Facebook family of apps  The Tennessean
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          Freshers- Java/J2EE Developer      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, Position- Freshers- Java/J2EE Developer We are looking for Java Developer with experience in building high-performing, scalable, enterprise-grade applications. Company vision - Synergistic IT is an organization focusing on Java/J2EE domain and providing technically skilled and competent candidates to clients in Northern America and Canada since 2010. From staffing to full implementation of project
          Preventable Tragedy? James Terry Killed, Another injured in Lexington Bar Shooting.      Cache   Translate Page      
James Terry Killed, Another injured in Lexington Bar Shooting. (WKYT.com) Did negligent security contribute to this tragic loss of James Terry and are justice and compensation available to Mr. Terry’s family? LOCAL NEWS A man is dead after being found shot at a Lexington, Kentucky bar Monday afternoon, March 10, 2019. According to WKYT.com, “[o]fficers responded to the scene of [a] Bar & Grill on Delzan Place around 4 p.m. One victim was found hiding in a bathroom while another person was hit in the back.”  WTVQ.com is reporting, “68-year-old James Terry…died from injuries sustained during the shooting.”   A suspect was arrested according to media reports. OUR LEGAL TAKE Bar patrons have a right to feel safe and secure while on the premises. The Murray Law Firm questions the level of security provided in the bar parking lot and whether this tragedy may have been prevented. Have there been prior incidents of violence on or…


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