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Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
“The Lord God has given me the tongue of those who are taught that I may know how to sustain with a word him that is weary” (Isaiah 50:4).
Today is Palm Sunday and the beginning of Holy Week. As Jesus entered Jerusalem riding on a donkey, he humbly embraced his mission to care for all God’s people. Just as Jesus willingly accepted his mission, we too, are asked to accept a mission to care for all God’s creation. As today’s reading from Isaiah highlights, this is the work to which Yahweh calls us. As Christians, we have been taught a way to peace and have a duty to uplift those around us.
Written by Sarah Ciotti
The English translation of The Liturgy of the Hours (Four Volumes) ©1974, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved. Used with permission by Surgeworks, Inc for the Divine Office Catholic Ministry. DivineOffice.org website, podcast, apps and all related media is © 2006-2019 Surgeworks, Inc. All rights reserved.
|JoJo Siwa Releases New EP 'Celebrate', Available Now; New Music Video to Debut on Nickelodeon USA on Saturday, April 13th at 8:00 p.m. Comment Translate Page|
NICKELODEON’S JOJO SIWA RELEASES NEW EP CELEBRATE AVAILABLE NOW
WORLD PREMIERE OF NEW MUSIC VIDEO
“IT’S TIME TO CELEBRATE” SATURDAY, APRIL 13th ON NICKELODEON
Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa celebrated her Dream Birthday earlier this week with an epic party and she continues the celebration with the release of her latest EP, Celebrate, available NOW on all digital service providers. Nickelodeon presents the world premiere of “It’s Time To Celebrate” tomorrow, Saturday, April 13th at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon USA.
Celebrate features four new songs: “It’s Time To Celebrate,” “#1U,” “Worldwide Party,” and “Bop!” The music video for “Bop!” has garnered over 5.4 million views to date.
Siwa recently added 17 dates to her first North American tour: Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour. Presented by Party City and produced by Nickelodeon and AEG Presents, the 70-city tour will kick off in Phoenix, Arizona on Friday, May 17. The new shows include stops at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens NY, New Orleans, San Antonio, Memphis, Indianapolis, and Louisville. Visit JoJoDREAMTour.com for more information.
JoJo’s Nickelodeon special entitled JoJo’s Dream Birthday is set to air on Saturday, May 18, at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon USA.
Nickelodeon superstar JoJo Siwa is a YouTube personality, singer, dancer, entrepreneur, social media influencer, The New York Times bestselling author and star on Nickelodeon’s Lip Sync Battle Shorties. Siwa connects with her fans through many channels: via social media she has over 9.4 million subscribers with over 2.1 billion views on YouTube, she has over 8.1 million followers on Instagram, over 425,000 Twitter followers, over 17.4 million followers on TikTok (formerly Musical.ly), and over 534,000 likes on Facebook; through her SIWANATOR club, which stands against negativity and bullying; through her global reach of consumer products including her signature bows, accessories, apparel, arts and crafts, cosmetics, home goods and party supplies; and with her hugely popular singles, “Boomerang,” which has been viewed over 682 million times and is RIAA certified platinum, “Kid in a Candy Store,” “Hold The Drama,” and “High Top Shoes”
Siwa will also take the stage at this year’s Nickelodeon SlimeFest--a two-day family-friendly music festival held in Chicago, Ill., at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island on June 8 and 9--along with Pitbull, Bebe Rexha and T-Pain. Siwa helped kick off Nickelodeon’s inaugural U.S. SlimeFest last year, where she performed in front of over 24,000 fans.
Siwa recently won her third Kids’ Choice Award for “Favorite Social Music Star.” Her previous Choice Awards include “Favorite Viral Music Artist” in 2017 and “Favorite Musical YouTube Creator” in 2018. She also performed at Kids’ Choice Mexico 2018.
In November, Siwa released her first EP, D.R.E.A.M. The Music, featuring four new songs: “D.R.E.A.M,” “My Story,” “Everyday Popstars” and “Only Getting Better.” The music video for “D.R.E.A.M.” was released on Siwa’s YouTube channel and to date has garnered over 40 million views. Just last month, Siwa dropped her latest single, “Bop.” The accompanying music video has already accumulated over 4.4 million views on her YouTube channel.
In 2016, Nickelodeon and Siwa entered an exclusive licensing partnership to develop a line of consumer products inspired by Siwa. Categories span toys, apparel, accessories, consumer electronics, Halloween costumes and more. To date, over 50 million JoJo Bows have been sold. Siwa’s consumer products are available internationally, including the UK, Canada, Australia and Mexico.
Siwa launched her first animated shorts series, The JoJo & BowBow Show Show starring Siwa and her furry best friend BowBow. She also works alongside Nick Cannon in Nickelodeon’s hit competition series Lip Sync Battle Shorties. She has also appeared on various Nickelodeon live-action series including School of Rock and The Thundermans. Siwa performed a medley of hits at Nickelodeon’s 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards, including her triple-platinum smash “Boomerang.” She also won two blimps for Favorite Viral Music Artist in 2017 and Musical YouTube Creator in 2018. This summer, she performed at Nickelodeon’s 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards Mexico.
Photos: Trae Patton/Nickelodeon.
More Nick: Pitbull, Bebe Rexha, JoJo Siwa and T-Pain to Perform at Nickelodeon's U.S. SlimeFest Music Festival, June 8-9, 2019!
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NICKELODEON’S DOUBLE DARE KICKS OFF 2019 LEG OF MULTI-CITY U.S. TOUR, HOSTED BY MARC SUMMERS AND ORIGINAL SIDEKICK ROBIN RUSSO
Double Dare Live, Produced in Partnership with
Red Tail Productions, LLC and CB Entertainment, to Visit
More Cities Across North America This Spring
Tickets on Sale Friday, Jan. 25
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Red Tail Productions LLC and Charlie Blum Entertainment/CB Entertainment, in partnership with Nickelodeon, have announced new tour dates for Double Dare Live, a multi-city live stage tour inspired by the iconic TV game show Double Dare!
Update (4/12) - Fall/Winter 2019 dates now available!
Coming off of a successful fall 2018 tour, Double Dare Live – featuring original host Marc Summers and his beloved sidekick Robin Russo – will resume touring on Tuesday, March 26 in Lancaster, PA and will tour North America this Spring, playing in 30 North American cities along the way!
Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, January 25 at 10:00 a.m. For a limited time, fans subscribed to the official DD Fan Club can purchase tickets right now, ensuring that they get the to the best seats in the house, using the club's exclusive early access pre-sale system. Check your email inbox now!
Update (2/4): Double Dare Live has just added 14 more locations and 15 more performances to its itinerary! Tickets for the new dates and locations, below, go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 8 at 10 a.m. (local time). Fans subscribed to the official DD Fan Club will be able to purchase pre-sale tickets during a limited 24 hour window from Tuesday, February 5, 2019 starting at 10:00am local time, ensuring that they get the to the best seats in the house, using the club's exclusive early access pre-sale system. Check your email inbox now!
Fans can visit doubledarelivetour.com for a list of upcoming Double Dare Live tour cities, times and ticket information.
Inspired by the iconic TV game show Double Dare, Double Dare Live features two teams comprised of selected audience members competing to win prizes by answering brain-bending trivia questions, completing messy physical challenges, and ultimately facing the legendary obstacle course.
Attendees can register to be a contestant on Double Dare Live by completing the Official Rules and Waiver Form on doubledarelivetour.com. Participants must be 10 years or older to be eligible to be Contestants. Only persons 18 years or older can complete the Waiver Form; a parent or legal guardian 18 years or older must complete the Official Rules and Waiver Form for children under 18 years of age. When you’ve read, completed and signed the Waiver Form, hit ‘Submit’ and it will be entered into the database for each city. When you arrive at the venue, go to the Registration Table to verify that you’ve completed Official Rules and Waiver form, and present a valid photo ID and you and any family members that you registered will be given wrist bands which indicate to the show’s host that you are eligible to be a contestant on stage. Please wear athletic shoes if you hope to be called on stage.
Fans can also upgrade their tickets to the DD VIP Experience, featuring premium show seating, a pre-show meet & greet photo opportunity with Marc Summers and Robin Russo, and an official Double Dare Live tour laminate souvenir. There are a limited number of DD VIP Experience tickets which must be purchased in advance. They are designated as ‘VIP Tickets’ in each city’s ticketing system. Purchasers should plan to arrive at the theatre approximately 90 minutes in advance of the show start time. (Check for exact details when you purchase tickets, since timing changes slightly from city to city.) Each adult and child in a group must have a DD VIP Ticket. Go to the check-in table and pick up your DD VIP laminate. Patrons will be directed to the meet & greet which ends approximately 30 minutes prior to show start time. Latecomers risk missing the opportunity.
The highly anticipated return of the Double Dare series premiered in the summer of 2018 on Nickelodeon and ranked as the year’s No. 1 new kids show with kids 6-11, while retaining the core adult audience who grew up with the original television show. The new Double Dare is hosted by digital creator and actress Liza Koshy, with original host Marc Summers providing color commentary on the challenges and lending his vast knowledge of the game and expertise to each episode. Following the success of the first season, a second season is currently in pre-production, and is set to be filmed in L.A. Click here for details on how you can be on the show!
“Hosting the Double Dare Live tour couldn’t be any more exciting, and I look forward to continuing to bring the fun and messiness of ‘Double Dare’ to audiences across the country,” Summers said. “Doing the show again with my sidekick Robin will fulfill childhood dreams of the generation that grew up with us and introduce this classic show to the next generation.”
NICKELODEON’S DOUBLE DARE LIVE TOUR CITIES AND DATES - SPRING 2019:
American Music Theatre
3/26/2019 @ 7:30pm
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
3/27/2019 @ 7:00pm
Previous date rescheduled due to snow storm. Sold Out.
3/28/2019 @ 7:30pm
3/29/2019 @ 8:00pm
The Lynn Auditorium
3/30/2019 @ 7:00pm
Red Bank, NJ
Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre at the Count Basie Center for the Arts
3/31/2019 @ 7:00pm
4/2/2019 @ 7:30pm
Previous date rescheduled. On Sale Now.
New York, NY
Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden
4/3/2019 @ 8:30pm
F.M. Kirby Center
4/5/2019 @ 7:30pm
Big Sandy Superstore Arena
4/6/2019 @ 7:30pm
The Louisville Palace Theatre
4/7/2019 @ 6:00pm
New Orleans, LA
4/9/19 @ 7:00pm
San Antonio, TX
4/10/2019 @ 7:30pm
Sugar Land, TX
Smart Financial Centre
4/11/2019 @ 8:00pm
Grand Prairie, TX
The Theatre at Grand Prairie
4/13/2019 @ 7:00pm
Bass Concert Hall
4/14/2019 @ 7:00pm
The State Theatre
5/1/2019 @ 7:30pm
Green Bay, WI
Resch Center Theatre
5/2/2019 @ 7:30pm
The Genesee Theatre
5/3/2019 @ 7:30pm
Juanita K. Hammons Hall
5/4/2019 @ 7:30pm
Peoria Civic Center Theatre
5/5/2019 @ 7:00pm
St. Louis. MO
Fabulous Fox Theatre
5/7/2019 @ 7:30pm
5/9/2019 @ 7:30pm
Bob Carr Theater
5/10/2019 @ 8:00pm
Ruth Eckerd Hall
5/11/2019 @ 8:00pm
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Broward Center – Au Rene Theater
5/12/2019 @ 7:30pm
5/15/2019 @ 7:00pm
Akron Civic Theatre
5/16/2019 @ 8:00pm
Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex
5/17/2019 @ 8:00pm
Providence Performing Arts Center
5/18/2019 @ 7:00pm
Mayo Performing Arts Center
5/19/2019 @ 1:00pm
5/19/2019 @ 7:00pm
Additional dates include: Boston, MA; New Orleans, LA; Houston, TX; San Antonio, TX; Dallas, TX; Minneapolis, MN; Atlanta, GA; Orlando, FL; Clearwater, FL; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Detroit, MI; Akron, OH; Indiana, PA; Providence, RI; and Morristown, NJ.
Don't see your city?
The 2019 touring schedule will be updated regularly as dates are made public in each city. Several weeks of additional spring tour dates will be announced in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more cities soon!
Fans can also purchase awesome Double Dare Live swag here on the official Double Dare Live store.
Double Dare premiered on Oct. 6, 1986 on Nickelodeon and ran from 1986-1993, making it the network’s longest running game show. Summers served as the show’s original host from 1986-1993. Shortly after its debut, Double Dare became one of the most popular original daily programs on cable television. The series went into syndication in 1988 and was later revived as Super Sloppy Double Dare in 1989. The show also ran on broadcast television as Family Double Dare in 1988, followed by new versions on Nickelodeon, including Double Dare 2000.
Double Dare Live is produced by Red Tail Productions, LLC and CB Entertainment.
Red Tail Productions, LLC
CEO Phillip Drayer and President Marc Engel produce and present a wide variety of entertainment throughout North America, including the acclaimed Broadway hit A Night with Janis Joplin (Tony Nomination), the spectacular Do You Hear the People Sing, Cirque Musica, Scooby Doo Live! Musical Mysteries, Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live and Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure. Through its division Red Tail-Live, the company has a tremendous track record of producing and presenting live entertainment in a variety of venues, theatres, performing arts centers and arenas throughout the U.S. and Canada presenting over a hundred events annually, spanning genres from Broadway Musicals to Country and Pop, to Classic Rock, Jazz and Comedy, and featuring heritage artists such as Tony Bennett, Alan Jackson, Norah Jones, Dolly Parton, Harry Connick, Jr., The Beach Boys, Bill Maher, and Martina McBride.
About CB Entertainment
Charlie Blum is a renowned entertainment industry executive with over 40 years of experience as a major concert promoter, talent buyer, theatre executive, television producer and artist manager. He served for almost three decades as President/CEO for Chicagoland’s premier concert facility, the Star Plaza Theatre, following more than ten years as a Vice President with the Nederlander Concerts. Charlie has worked with virtually every major artist in show business, presenting thousands of concerts featuring performers like Jerry Seinfeld, Garth Brooks, Frank Sinatra, Madonna, The Jackson Five, Christina Aguilera, The Grateful Dead, Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, Rod Stewart and Cher. He has executive-produced four nationally released PBS television shows, most recently, the groundbreaking “Harmonies 4 Healing” with partner Connecticut Public Broadcasting. Charlie is also the host of Lakeshore Classic Movies every weekend on PBS in Chicago.
Nickelodeon, now in its 40th year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, digital, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more than 90 million households and has been the number-one-rated kids’ basic cable network for 22 consecutive years. For more information or artwork, visit http://www.nickpress.com. Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).
From Dallas Observer:
Double Dare’s Marc Summers Never Gets Tired of Hearing That He Made Your Childhood Awesome
When people see game show host and television producer Marc Summers outside of their TVs or childhood memories, he says he loves it when they come up to him, politely introduce themselves and tell him that they grew up watching him host Nickelodeon's messy kids' game show Double Dare.
"I get that every day and I love it," Summers says. "Because people grew up with it, the show had a huge influence on so many people and I find it amazing and fantastic."
Double Dare is more than 30 years old, and it's been part of the regular childhood TV diet of several generations of kids. Its multiple spinoffs, like the syndicated Super Sloppy Double Dare and Fox's prime-time version Family Double Dare and the reruns, aired long after the show's final episode. Last year, Nickelodeon brought the show back with Summers and YouTube comedy star turned TV host Liza Koshy for a whole new generation of kids and their parents who fondly remember rooting for contestants as they tried to find a flag in a giant pair of nostrils filled with neon green snot or run up the chocolate-covered slope to get to the bottom of the Sundae Slide.
The show has become such a big hit again that Nickelodeon launched a Double Dare Live tour just like the ones in the ’80s and ’90s. Summers and the game show's sets, props and obstacles are roaming all over the country to give kids and their parents a chance to win cash and prizes in their hometown. Summers' show will be in DFW on Saturday at The Theatre at Grand Prairie.
Summers says he's been trying to get Double Dare back on Nickelodeon for years. However, the tone of the network's non-animated shows shifted from rebellious kid fare like The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Clarissa Explains It All and You Can't Do That on Television to bubblegum pop comedies like iCarly, Big Time Rush and (cue shivers) Fred: The Show.
"I'd been trying to bring it back for 10 years and Nickelodeon wasn't budging on it," Summers says. "Then I saw they started thinking about picking up old shows like Blue's Clues and Clarissa and I just texted the management saying, 'Am I getting the next phone call?' And a few days later, I got an email saying, 'Give us a call.'"
Double Dare first appeared on TV schedules in 1986, starting a 10-year run that lasted long beyond its final episode in reruns. The show also helped bring the first big wave of watchers to Nickelodeon.
Summers, an Indiana native, had worked in Los Angeles as an actor, stand-up comedian and magician since the late 1970s before the network hired him to host the game show that pitted two teams of kids in a 30-minute game of trivia dares and messy physical challenges. Summers' smiling and sportive emcee style, splashy sport jackets and show-starting shouts of "On your mark, get set, go!" made him a perfect fit for the food-flinging game show that still bills itself as the messiest on television. Double Dare became one of the network's first certified hits right out of the starting gate.
"Back in the day when Nickelodeon was putting things together, they did a lot of research and found out that kids didn't have their own game show," Summers says. "They were living vicariously through their parents who were watching The Price is Right. So they decided that kids were already playing Truth or Dare on the playground back in the day and they added the mess and an obstacle course and it turned into what it turned into. Cable was in its infancy and Nick needed something to shout out big, 'Come and watch us!'"
“Cable was in its infancy and Nickelodeon needed something to shout out big, ‘Come and watch us!’ ” — Marc Summers
Double Dare also made Summers an emcee TV star. He scored guest appearances across cable TV and the networks on other game shows, hosted his own talk shows and made guest appearances on late night talk shows.
His infamous appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno next to a notably cranky Burt Reynolds led to a series of verbal jabs about the late movie star's recent divorce and Summers' career before they poured mugs of water on each other and ended the bizarre segment with a pie fight and a hug.
The show's wild success prompted the first live tour to theaters where kids could get up on stage and make a mess for cash and prizes. However, the prizes they offered on the live tour weren't all that impressive, something Summers says he remarked on into his microphone at one of the live shows at which the sponsor was sitting in the audience.
"We would give away trips to Space Camp and on Fox, we were giving away cars and trips to Europe so I would say, 'If you get through obstacle No. 1, you get a box of Blow Pops and if you get through obstacle No. 2, we'll give you tickets to a movie.' And there was a sponsor that I can't name right now but it was a national sponsor who was in the audience and they didn't tell me," Summers says. "I said they would win a $10 gift certificate to this place and I looked down at the audience because I saw the Nickelodeon executives were there and I said, 'Come on, we can do better than this,' and they freaked out."
Summers says he's sure every contestant will be happy with the prizes on his current tour.
"Now we're giving away cash," he says. "People always like money."
The show also gave Summers a long-lasting television career in front of the camera as a host of shows like the long-running food documentary series Unwrapped on the Food Network and behind the camera as a producer on reality shows like Dinner: Impossible and Restaurant: Impossible. He also appears in an upcoming nature documentary series for the Discovery Channel. Summers says his son and daughter have also followed his footsteps into the TV business as a TV producer and editor, respectively.
"I'll be 68 in November, and I always feel like I've never worked a day in my life," Summers says. "I'll keep going and people seem to keep coming and I guess they'll tell me when it's time to stop."
“I'll be 68 in November, and I always feel like I've never worked a day in my life.” — Marc Summers
Nickelodeon celebrated Double Dare's 30th anniversary in 2016 and brought Summers, announcer John Harvey and co-host and production assistant Robin Russo back together for a reunion special. Nickelodeon's new management started to commission reboots of some of the show's most memorable programs, like the sitcom Clarissa Explains It All starring Melissa Joan Hart and All That, which launched the TV comedy career of Saturday Night Live star Kenan Thompson, who is an executive producer of the kids' sketch show revival, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A new Double Dare launched in 2018 that looks and sounds just like the original show, with a theme song that pumps out guitar riffs like a semi-auto confetti cannon and a loud, color-clashing set that the fashion conscious called "cool" in the '80s. Summers says the show reaches two audiences at once now with the lively Koshy as its new host for the YouTube generation and Summers as her co-host for the adults who grew up watching him.
"It was very smart because Liza has 15 or 20 million viewers through YouTube and there's a whole generation who don't know who she is but know who I am and vice versa," Summers says. "She's very open and sweet about taking direction, and very respectful. We’re actually really good friends. She comes to me for advice and it's worked out quite well. Not anybody can just walk in and do a game show even after being trained. It ain’t that easy, but she's incredibly bright and very funny and she picked it up in a nanosecond."
The live tour that was spawned by the show's most recent success picks both kids and adults in the crowd as contestants. Summers says each live show gives him an even more unique opportunity to see how Double Dare has grown over the last 33 years.
"When we raise the curtain and they see the set for the first time, we get a huge scream and people go crazy. And then we reveal the next curtain and the obstacle course comes out," Summers says. "The thing I love about it is even though we're only bringing 60 to 70 people up, everyone walks out feeling good and feeling participatory and involved. It's fascinating."
The tour also gives Summers a chance to meet fans who now span two generations of TV watchers, he says.
"A lot of times, there will be four grown-ups and I'll say, 'Where are the kids?' and they say, 'Oh heck, we left them at home,'" Summers says. "They all have stories about how we built an obstacle course in the living room and how Mom sent me to my room for a week. Everyone has a story and it's fascinating. I'm learning on this tour the impact of this show, and it's truly fascinating to me.
"People will say, 'Oh you probably don't want to hear this.' I do want to hear it. The fact that anybody remembers is great."
More Nick: Nick Jr. Live! "Move To The Music" U.S. Theatrical Tour To Debut Fall 2019!
Originally published: Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
Additional sources: NEPA Scene, Broadway World (II), MLive.
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NAIA World Series
At Harris Field, Lewiston
Spring Arbor (Mich.) 8, Union (Ken.) 7
Oklahoma City 11, Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 6
Lee (Tenn.) 5, Lewis-Clark State 2
Lewis-Clark State vs. Spring Arbor, 3 p.m.
Lee vs. Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.
Lee University 5, Lewis-Clark State 2
Sims, Lopez (7) and Dubon; Woods, Stabelfeld (7) and Ward. W—Sims. L—Woods. Sv—Lopez.
HITS: Lee—Hutslar 3, Harr2, Warters 2, Dubon, Guy. Lewis-Clark State—Ward 3, Ashenbrenner, Benton. 2B—Harrelson Bistagne; Ward 2, Benton. HR—Warters (19).
Coeur d’Alene Lakers 16, West Valley 2
State feeder game 1, 3:30 p.m.; at AK Jackson field
State feeder game 2, 5:30 p.m.; at AK Jackson field
Coeur d’Alene Lakers 16, West Valley 2
Davis, Terharr (3) and Terharr, Davis (3); Swain, Albertson (3) and Klepfer. W-Swain. L-Daivs.
HITS: West Valley-Frye 2, Wells. Coeur d’Alene-Mort, Pattis 2, Piziamo, Klatt 2, Burnside, Woodall 2, Koupal, Cummings. 2B-Frye; Klatt 2, Koupal, Cummings. 3B-Mort.
All Times PDT
L.A. Lakers 93, San Antonio 91, L.A. Lakers lead series 3-1
Detroit at Boston, 5:30 p.m.
San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 6 p.m.
Boston at Detroit, 5:30 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 5:30 p.m., if necessary
Detroit at Boston, 5:30 p.m., if necessary
San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 6 p.m., if necessary
Lakers 93, Spurs 91
L.A. Lakers (93)—Radmanovic 5-8 0-0 11, Odom 4-9 8-9 16, Gasol 4-7 2-4 10, Fisher 4-7 0-0 9, Bryant 14-29 0-0 28, Walton 4-10 1-3 9, Vujacic 1-6 1-1 4, Farmar 1-6 0-0 2, Turiaf 1-3 2-2 4, Ariza 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 38-85 14-19 93.
San Antonio (91)—Bowen 3-6 0-0 7, Duncan 10-26 9-11 29, Oberto 0-0 0-0 0, Parker 8-17 7-7 23, Finley 0-2 0-0 0, Ginobili 2-8 2-2 7, Horry 0-2 2-2 2, Barry 7-14 4-4 23, Udoka 0-0 0-0 0, Thomas 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-75 24-26 91.
3-Point Goals—L.A. Lakers 3-14 (Fisher 1-1, Radmanovic 1-4, Vujacic 1-4, Bryant 0-1, Walton 0-2, Farmar 0-2), San Antonio 7-24 (Barry 5-12, Bowen 1-3, Ginobili 1-4, Finley 0-1, Horry 0-2, Parker 0-2). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—L.A. Lakers 56 (Bryant, Gasol 10), San Antonio 43 (Duncan 17). Assists—L.A. Lakers 17 (Gasol 6), San Antonio 22 (Parker 9). Total Fouls—L.A. Lakers 24, San Antonio 21. A—18,797 (18,797).
All Times PDT
Washington 80, Atlanta 74
Indiana 75, Connecticut 46
Minnesota 98, Houston 92, OT
Los Angeles at Indiana, 4 p.m.
Minnesota at Chicago, 5 p.m.
Fever 75, Sun 46
Indiana (75)—Douglas 9-17 2-3 23, Hoffman 4-10 0-0 8, Sutton-Brown 3-8 1-4 7, White 7-19 0-0 15, Bevilaqua 1-3 2-2 5, Feaster 2-5 0-0 4, Bond 4-7 0-0 8, Bales 2-3 0-0 4, Whittington 0-1 1-2 1, Ngoyisa 0-0 0-0 0, Baker 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 32-73 6-13 75.
Connecticut (46)—Jones 2-5 0-0 4, Gardin 1-4 0-0 2, Whitmore 2-9 0-0 4, Holt 3-8 0-0 7, Whalen 4-12 5-6 13, Anderson 2-8 0-0 4, Turner 3-9 1-2 9, Raymond 0-0 1-4 1, Carey 0-1 0-0 0, Swanier 0-1 0-0 0, Gruda 1-5 0-0 2. Totals 18-62 7-12 46.
3-Point Goals—Indiana 5-22 (Douglas 3-11, Bevilaqua 1-2, White 1-4, Hoffman 0-1, Bond 0-2, Feaster 0-2), Connecticut 3-22 (Turner 2-5, Holt 1-4, Carey 0-1, Gardin 0-1, Whitmore 0-3, Whalen 0-3, Anderson 0-5). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Indiana 54 (Hoffman 13), Connecticut 43 (Jones 7). Assists—Indiana 22 (Hoffman, Douglas 5), Connecticut 11 (Whalen 5). Total Fouls—Indiana 17, Connecticut 19. Technicals—Whittington, Raymond. A—5,245 (10,000).
Lynx 98, Comets 92
Minnesota (98)—Augustus 9-18 5-6 25, Ohlde 1-7 3-4 5, Anosike 6-9 8-10 20, DeForge 7-14 4-4 19, Quinn 2-6 0-0 4, Rasmussen 4-6 0-0 8, Wiggins 4-7 0-1 9, Moore 0-2 1-2 1, Houston 0-2 0-0 0, Hayden 1-3 0-0 2, Zoll 1-1 2-2 5. Totals 35-75 23-29 98.
Houston (92)—Mabika 4-11 2-2 14, Thompson 5-15 7-8 20, Snow 4-6 0-0 8, Dixon 4-13 4-6 12, Johnson 4-6 0-1 8, Ajavon 3-7 2-2 8, Lyttle 7-11 0-0 14, Maiga 0-1 0-0 0, White 1-3 4-4 6, Williams 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 33-74 19-23 92.
3-Point Goals—Minnesota 5-12 (Augustus 2-4, Zoll 1-1, Wiggins 1-2, DeForge 1-3, Quinn 0-2), Houston 7-18 (Mabika 4-9, Thompson 3-7, Ajavon 0-1, Dixon 0-1). Fouled Out—Wiggins, Lyttle. Rebounds—Minnesota 45 (Augustus 9), Houston 46 (Thompson 9). Assists—Minnesota 17 (DeForge, Augustus 4), Houston 21 (White 5). Total Fouls—Minnesota 21, Houston 27. A—7,261 (5,800).
Mystics 80, Dream 74
Atlanta (74)—Castro Marques 4-10 1-1 11, Desouza 6-8 0-1 12, Lovelace-Tolbert 2-6 0-0 5, Latta 4-9 0-0 10, Lennox 10-17 3-4 29, Young 2-4 0-0 4, Feenstra 1-2 1-2 3, Nnamaka 0-0 0-0 0, Haynie 0-2 0-0 0, Little 0-3 0-0 0, Lacy 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-62 5-8 74.
Washington (80)—Currie 4-10 6-7 14, McWilliams-Franklin 7-12 5-6 19, Sanford 4-7 3-6 11, Beard 7-15 10-12 25, Jacobs 0-1 0-0 0, Langhorne 1-1 0-1 2, Vaughn 1-2 0-0 2, Miller 3-8 0-0 7, Gardner-Combs 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 27-57 24-32 80.
3-Point Goals—Atlanta 11-22 (Lennox 6-7, Latta 2-5, Castro Marques 2-5, Lovelace-Tolbert 1-2, Haynie 0-1, Little 0-1, Young 0-1), Washington 2-9 (Miller 1-2, Beard 1-5, Jacobs 0-1, Vaughn 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 24 (Lennox, Lovelace-Tolbert, Desouza, Little 3), Washington 50 (McWilliams-Franklin 9). Assists—Atlanta 18 (Latta 6), Washington 15 (Beard 5). Total Fouls—Atlanta 23, Washington 13. A—6,231 (19,487).
All Times PDT
STANLEY CUP FINALS
(Best of Seven)
Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.
Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary
Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m., if necessary
Saturday, June 7
Pittsburgh at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary
DOWNRIVER GC – Scott Burr, No. 12, 218 yards, utility 3-wood.
DEER PARK GC– Derry “Swede” Ulven, No. 8, 108 yards, 8-iron.
MANITO CC— Joey Garrison, No. 5, 141 yards.
At Stade Roland Garros, Paris.
Men, First Round
Nikolay Davydenko (4), Russia, def. Thomas Johansson, Sweden, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3.
Stanislas Wawrinka (9), Switzerland, def. Philipp Kohlschreiber, Germany, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3.
Robin Soderling, Sweden, def. Juan Monaco (13), Argentina, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1.
Mario Ancic, Croatia, def. Andreas Seppi (31), Italy, 6-2, 7-6 (1), 6-2.
Women, First Round
Svetlana Kuznetsova (4), Russia, def. Aiko Nakamura, Japan, 6-2, 6-3.
Dinara Safina (13), Russia, def. Kateryna Bondarenko, Ukraine, 6-1, 6-3.
Agnieszka Radwanska (14), Poland, def. Mariya Koryttseva, Ukraine, 6-4, 6-3.
Amelie Mauresmo (22), France, def. Olga Savchuk, Ukraine, 7-5, 4-6, 6-1.
Ai Sugiyama (31), Japan, def. Alla Kudryavtseva, Russia, 6-1, 2-6, 6-3.
Track & Field
Inland Northwest college and open (non-high school) outdoor track and field leaders, through meets of May 25 (w-wind aided, h-hand time):
100 meters–Woods (WSU) 10.61, Murray (WSU) 10.67, Moody (WSU) 10.81, James (WSU) 10.86, Schmidt (I) 10.94. Non-D-I: Vetter (CCS) 11.00 and Holley (CCS) 11.00w.
200–Woods (WSU) 21.21, Murray (WSU) 21.40, Schmidt (I) 21.97, Butorac (EWU) 21.97w, James (WSU) 21.98. Non-D-I: Vetter (CCS) 22.09.
400–Anderson (WSU) 46.54, Follett (WSU) 47.40, Butorac (EWU) 47.66, Ulrey (EWU) 49.33, Lattin (EWU) 49.37. Non-D-I: Bofa (Whit) 49.66.
800–Tardy (I) 1:50.11, Bofa (Whit) 1:50.74, Howell (Whit) 1:51.75, Lemenager (WSU) 1:51.88, Barquero (I) 1:52.38.
1,500–Suver (EWU) 3:50.93, Concha (WSU) 3:53.38, C. Williams (WSU) 3:53.70, Smargiassi (WSU) 3:54.73, Limpf (EWU) 3:54.84. Non-D-I: Caseria (Whit) 4:01.05. Open: Roberts (unat) 3:59.07.
3,000 steeplechase–Grant (WSU) 8:51.24, Ahlbeck (WSU) 8:55.26, Blanshan (WSU) 9:28.89, Concha (WSU) 9:30.09, Potratz (I) 9:35.00. Non-D-I: Caseria (Whit) 9:36.3h. Open: Coyle (unat) 9:15.54.
5,000–Limpf (EWU) 14:09.32, Smargiassi (WSU) 14:19.39, C. Williams (WSU) 14:23.97, Geib (WSU) 14:24.27, Suver (EWU) 14:25.78. Non-D-I: Moeller (CCS) 14:48.48.
10,000–Limpf (EWU) 29:57.13, Polley (WSU) 30:12.72, Geib (WSU) 30:18.10, Moeller (CCS) 30:28.14, C. Williams (WSU) 30:41.22.
110 hurdles–R. Williams (WSU) 13.92, Dittmer (I) 13.98, J. Anderson (WSU) 14.08, Shaw (I) 14.32, E. Williams (I) 14.38. Non-D-I: Walden (CCS) 14.81.
400 hurdles–Anderson (WSU) 49.55, Leavitt (WSU) 50.82, R. Williams (WSU) 52.87, Spaun (Whit) 54.43, Walden (CCS) 54.55.
4x100 relay–Washington State 40.12, Idaho 41.56, Eastern Washington 41.93, CC Spokane 42.52, Whitworth 43.94.
4x400 relay–Washington State 3:07.47, Eastern Washington 3:15.02, Whitworth 3:18.13, Idaho 3:19.43, CC Spokane 3:22.80.
High jump–Arrivey (WSU) 7-21/2, Stelzer (Whit) 6-111/2, Edwards (CCS) 6-93/4, Praast (EWU) 6-9, Deese (WSU) 6-83/4.
Pole vault–Carpenter (I) 17-1, L. Pope (I) 16-83/4, Uhlenkott (EWU) 15-7, Grant (CCS), Brown (WSU) and Chavez (EWU) 15-1. Open: Taylor (unat) 15-1.
Long jump–E. Williams (I) 26-3/4, Moody (WSU) 24-9, Penrod (EWU) 23-21/2, Hopkins (EWU) 22-91/4w, Edwards (CCS) 22-8.
Triple jump–Holmon (I) 51-1, Zapata (WSU) 50-6w, E. Williams (I) 49-3/4, Brady (I) 48-13/4, Moore (EWU) 47-91/4w. Non-D-I: K. Williams (CCS) 46-91/2.
Shot put–Winger (I) 68-51/4, Howard (CCS) 55-81/2, Whitney (I) 53-113/4, Kintner (Whit) 53-11, MacArthur (WSU) 52-1.
Discus–Winger (I) 199-6, Whitney (I) 170-4, Howard (CCS) 164-9, Rogan (I) 161-5, Wauters (I) 160-10. Open: Lamb (unat) 204-0, Ulrick (unat) 194-9, Dixon (Bigfoot TC) 169-3.
Hammer–Mattox (I) 211-7, Wauters (I) 210-0, Rogan (I) 203-2, MacArthur (WSU) 202-10, Winger (I) 202-3. Non-D-I: J. Smith (CCS) 178-10. Open: Ruud (unat) 194-1.
Javelin–Jeffreys (WSU) 237-4, Bache (WSU) 213-5, Mettler (EWU) 207-9, Clevenger (EWU) 207-8, Kemp (Whit) 206-1. Open: Murray (Bigfoot TC) 238-8, Weidman (Bigfoot TC) 234-3, McCormick (Bigfoot TC) 228-4.
Decathlon–Moody (WSU) 7,787, Schauble (WSU) 6,785, Spaun (Whit) 6,641, Armstrong (CCS) 5,929, Lattin (EWU) 5,819.
100 meters–Griffey (WSU) 11.72w, James (CCS) 11.82w, Deyo (EWU) 12.18, Porter-Red (WSU) 12.25, Jensen (WSU) 12.42.
200–Griffey (WSU) 23.90w, Porter-Red (WSU) 24.16, James (CCS) 24.63w, Long (EWU) 24.87, Goodman (I) 24.94w. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 24.49.
400–King (WSU) 55.48, Griffey (WSU) 55.96, Porter-Red (WSU) 56.00, Layman (WSU) 56.12, Rey (I) 56.65. Non-D-I: Mattila (Whit) 58.98.
800–Layman (WSU) 2:04.87, Egami (WSU) 2:11.74, DeMartini (WSU) 2:13.36, Gonzalez (WSU) 2:14.08, Paul (WSU) 2:17.68. Non-D-I: Eckstein (CCS) 2:18.29.
1,500–Egami (WSU) 4:27.45, Trane (WSU) 4:30.30, Moseley (EWU) 4:30.33, DeMartini (WSU) 4:30.71, Bridgmon (EWU) 4:32.21. Non-D-I: Eckstein (CCS) 4:37.50.
3,000 steeplechase–Leonard (WSU) 10:16.36, Trane (WSU) 10:16.75, Lawrence (WSU) 10:25.27, Lee-Painter (I) 10:37.24, Andrews (WSU) 10:49.08. Non-D-I: K. Williams (Whit) 11:31.4h.
5,000–Bridgmon (EWU) 16:33.60, Gonzalez (WSU) 16:42.91, Moseley (EWU) 16:44.09, Macalister (I) 17:32.61, VanDeBrake (WSU) 18:00.22. Non-D-I: Mayer (Whit) 18:24.54.
10,000–Bridgmon (EWU) 36:58.52, McFadden (I) 37:49.39, Mayer (Whit) 38:05.9h, Macalister (I) 39:33.23, Nickelson (EWU) 39:33.49.
100 hurdles–Gordon (I) 13.76, Bergland (I) 13.93, Jensen (WSU) 14.23, J. Williams (WSU) 14.45, Draser (I) 14.51. Non-D-I: Mattila (Whit) 15.41. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 13.27.
400 hurdles–King (WSU) 58.39, Elseroad-Wall (WSU) 1:00.17, Frey (EWU) 1:01.71, Burt (I) 1:02.14, Mattila (Whit) 1:02.37.
4x100 relay–Washington State 45.91, Eastern Washington 46.93, CC Spokane 47.24, Idaho 47.38, Whitworth 50.62.
4x400 relay–Washington State 3:39.17, Idaho 3:51.89, Eastern Washington 3:55.35, CC Spokane 4:00.60, Whitworth 4:06.02.
High jump–Jungmark (WSU) 5-111/4, Hanson (WSU) 5-83/4, Chadez (I) 5-7, Collins (I) 5-51/4, Draser (I) 5-41/4. Non-D-I: Moss (CCS) 5-31/4. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 5-111/2.
Pole vault–Owen (I) 14-51/4, Dahlgren (I) 13-33/4, Mays (WSU) and Huestis (WSU) and Friese (EWU) 12-11/2. Non-D-I: Harless (CCS) 11-13/4. Open: Moore (unat) 11-13/4.
Long jump–Draser (I) 19-93/4, Missouri (WSU) 19-31/4w, James (CCS) and Schuetzle (WSU) 19-2, Burt (I) and Deyo (EWU) 18-21/4. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 20-101/2.
Triple jump–Schuetzle (WSU) 40-11/2w, Burns (WSU) 40-11/4, Missouri (WSU) 40-0w, Davis (EWU) 38-3/4, Dormaier (Whit) 37-91/2w.
Shot put–Bothum (I) 52-0, Zita (WSU) 49-1, Garberg (WSU) 47-9, Hale (I) 45-81/2, C. Hutchinson (CCS) 45-3. Open: Chaney (unat) 48-81/4.
Discus–Garberg (WSU) 175-10, C. Hutchinson (CCS) 159-10, Millard (EWU) 154-8, Bothum (I) 149-6, Hale (I) 142-6. Open: Chaney (unat) 157-5.
Hammer–Garberg (WSU) 204-9, Midles (I) 181-11, Luckenbach (EWU) 179-6, Kirley-Price (EWU) 179-1, Garcia (CCS) 160-7.
Javelin–Braun (CCS) 164-11, Tschida (WSU) 161-8, Peterson (EWU) 154-5, McCormack (WSU) 143-4, Barnett (I) 142-10.
Heptathlon–Collins (I) 4,951, Burt (I) 4,842, Draser (I) 4,768, Goodman (I) 4,686, J. Williams (WSU) 4,538. Non-D-I: Dormaier (Whit) 4,313. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 6,190.
Athletes from Inland Northwest colleges and area athletes from other schools who have met the qualifying standards and declared to compete in the NCAA regional competition May 30-31. Conference champions (CC) earn entry without meeting the standards. The 10,000 meters, decathlon and heptathlon are not contested at the regional level, but are filled with athletes who meet either the automatic or provisional qualifying standards. Top-five finishers in individual events and top three relay teams from regionals advance to the NCAA championships. A select number of at-large athletes who didn’t achieve those finishes will fill the national fields, based on the national descending order of performance lists.
At Northridge, Calif.
200–Justin Woods (WSU) 21.21.
800–Bastien Tardy (I) 1:50.11.
1,500–Laef Barnes (UCLA/Mead) 3:41.76c.
3,000 steeplechase–Alex Grant (WSU) 8:51.24, Sam Ahlbeck (WSU) 8:55.26, Rich Nelson (BYU/Shadle) 8:58.08, Justin Houck (Portland/Ferris) 9:02.82.
5,000–Paul Limpf (EWU) 14:09.32.
110 hurdles–Robert Williams (WSU) 13.92, Paul Dittmer (I) 13.98.
400 hurdles–Jeshua Anderson (WSU) 49.55, Barry Leavitt (WSU) 50.82.
4x100 relay–Washington State (Andre Jennings, Justin Woods, Jeshua Anderson, Marlon Murray) 40.12.
4x400 relay–Washington State (Barry Leavitt, Jeshua Anderson, Reny Follett, Justin Woods) 3:07.47.
High jump–Trent Arrivey (WSU) 7-21/2.
Pole vault–Mike Carpenter (I) 17-1, Lucas Pope (I/Lake City) 16-83/4.
Long jump–Elvie Williams (I) 26-3/4, Rickey Moody (WSU) 24-9.
Triple jump–David Holmon (I) 51-1, Morena Zapata (WSU) 50-6w, Cameron Moore (EWU/Ferris) 47-91/4w (CC).
Shot put–Russ Winger (I) 68-51/4, Craig Kent (Cal/CV) 58-8.
Discus–Russ Winger (I) 199-6, Craig Kent (Cal/CV) 178-10, Beau Whitney (I) 170-4.
Hammer–Marcus Mattox (I) 211-7, Matt Wauters (I) 210-0, James Rogan (I) 203-2, Phil MacArthur (WSU/Selkirk) 202-10, Jake Boling (I) 190-4.
Javelin–Jon Jeffreys (WSU/WV) 237-4, Nathan Bache (WSU) 213-5, Aaron Mettler (EWU) 207-9, John Clevenger (EWU) 207-8, Kyle Hook (I) 206-0.
800–Anna Layman (WSU/CV) 2:04.87, Nikki Codd (NAU/Mead) 2:09.01.
1,500–Lisa Egami (WSU) 4:27.45.
3,000 steeplechase–Megan Leonard (WSU) 10:16.36, Sara Trane (WSU) 10:16.75, Collier Lawrence (WSU) 10:25.27, Allix Lee-Painter (I/Moscow) 10:37.24, Amanda Andrews (WSU) 10:49.08.
5,000–Maddie Bridgmon (EWU) 16:33.60, Isley Gonzalez (WSU) 16:42.91, Camille Moseley (EWU) 16:44.09.
100 hurdles–Christie Gordon (I) 13.76.
400 hurdles–Lorraine King (WSU) 58.39., Veronica Elseroad-Wall (WSU) 1:00.17.
High jump–Ebba Jungmark (WSU) 5-111/4, McKinnon Hanson (WSU) 5-83/4.
Pole vault–Melinda Owen (I) 14-51/4, K.C. Dahlgren (I) 13-33/4.
Long jump–Alice Draser (I) 19-93/4, Erin Bell (ISU/Lakeland) 19-43/4 (CC)
Shot put–Mykael Bothum (I) 52-0, Jessica Zita (WSU) 49-1.
Discus–Kate Hutchinson (USC/Pullman) 178-1, McKenzie Garberg (WSU) 175-10, Bonnie Millard (EWU/Priest River) 154-8 (CC).
Hammer–McKenzie Garberg (WSU) 204-9, Gabby Midles (I) 181-11, Nicole Luckenbach (EWU) 179-6, Erica Kirley-Price (EWU) 179-1.
Javelin–Marissa Tschida (WSU) 161-8, Amanda Peterson (EWU) 154-5, Jasmine McCormack (WSU) 143-4, Anne Barnett (I) 142-10.
At Lincoln, Neb.
Shot put–David Lissy (Air Force/Sandpoint) 56-4.
Discus–David Lissy (Air Force/Sandpoint) 173-1.
The upstream movement of Chinook, steelhead and shad at Columbia and Snake River Dams on 10/4 and year-to-date totals:
DETROIT TIGERS—Placed OF Gary Sheffield on the 15-day DL. Recalled 1B Jeff Larish from Toledo (IL).
NEW YORK YANKEES—Signed 1B Ben Broussard to a minor league contract.
TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Activated SS David Eckstein from the 15-day DL. Optioned INF Hector Luna to Syracuse (IL).
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Placed OF Eric Byrnes on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF Alex Romero from Tucson (PCL).
CINCINNATI REDS—Purchased the contract of OF Jay Bruce from Louisville (IL). Designated 1B Scott Hatteberg for assignment.
MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Agreed to terms with RHP Julian Tavarez. Optioned LHP Zach Jackson to Nashville (PCL).
PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Activated SS Jack Wilson from the 15-day DL. Optioned SS Brian Bixler to Indianapolis (IL).
FORT WORTH CATS—Released LHP Kelly Shearer and RHP Wayne Hedden.
SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS—Signed OF Geoff Wagner.
National Football League
CAROLINA PANTHERS—Re-signed CB Curtis Deloatch.
DENVER BRONCOS—Agreed to terms with RB Michael Pittman.
GREEN BAY PACKERS—Named Reggie McKenzie director of football operations, Eliot Wolf and Tim Terry assistant directors of pro personnel, Richmond Williams college scout and Jon-Eric Sullivan area scout.
MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed LB Brannon Carter and WR Daniel Davis.
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Signed LB Chris Graham, LB William Kershaw and DB Tuff Harris.
NEW YORK JETS—Signed RB Musa Smith.
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Waived LB Ezra Butler.
WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Acquired DE Erasmus James from Minnesota for a conditional seventh-round draft pick. Released DE Dorian Smith.
Canadian Football League
MONTREAL ALOUETTES—Signed WR Peter Warrick, DB Paul Woldu and OF Julius Orieukwu
WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS—Signed OL Bruce McCaleb, DB Willie Amos, CB Josh Lay, WR Kerry Johnson and DB Steven Holness.
Arena Football League
ARIZONA RATTLERS—Released DB Terrance Joseph.
COLUMBUS DESTROYERS—Waived OL Cody Douglas
KANSAS CITY BRIGADE—Signed QB Quincy Carter. Waived QB Matt Kohn.
ORLANDO PREDATORS—Waived WR-LB Ron Johnson.
TAMPA BAY STORM—Signed WR Henry Douglas.
STOCKTON LIGHTNING—Fired Doug Murray, coach. Named Chad Carlson interim coach.
National Hockey League
COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Acquired D Jonathan Sigalet from Boston for the rights to LW Matt Marquardt.
WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Re-signed RW Matt Bradley to a three-year contract.
NCAA—Named Brian Gordon swimming and diving secretary-rules editor.
ALBRIGHT—Named Dave Walberg sports information director.
BATES—Named Pat Cosquer men’s and women’s squash coach.
BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN—Named Stephanie VanBrakle softball coach.
COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY—Announced the retirement of Joe Camillone, athletic trainer.
EVANSVILLE—Named Misty Murphy women’s basketball coach.
FLORIDA ATLANTIC—Named Mike Jarvis men’s basketball coach.
GEORGETOWN—Announced basketball G Jeremiah Rivers will transfer to Indiana.
HAMILTON—Named Erin Reding women’s volleyball coach.
IDAHO STATE—Named Seton Sobolewski women’s basketball coach
MEMPHIS—Named Danielle O’Banion women’s assistant basketball coach.
MINNESOTA—Dismissed sophomore KR Harold Howell from the football team for academic reasons.
NOTRE DAME—Named Anthony Solomon men’s assistant basketball coach.
MASSACHUSETTS-LOWELL—Named Shawn McEachern assistant hockey coach.
MONTANA—Named Gina Schmidt and Kandice Kelly women’s volleyball assistants.
ST. CLOUD STATE—Named Ian Shoemaker co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
TEXAS STATE—Promoted Patrick Henry from women’s assistant basketball coach to associate head coach.
Home team in capital letters.
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|Comment on SYNTHETIC TELEPATHY and PSYCHOTRONIC WEAPON TORTURES by 100,000 FBI and NSA SECRET SPIES by Glennis Wheat Comment Translate Page||Hey this is happening to me word for word. They are telling me to kill myself. 4020 tanglewood court Janesville, Wisconsin I have try contacting the United Nations and they talk for me so I can't talk. This is human trafficking and they won't let me succeed and they call hospitals and have me beat up and kicked out. Everything including subliminal messages on the back of my eyes. The military say they are involved along with the Illuminati and a lady named Ann. I can't trust the CIA or FBI or Homeland Security, or any affiliates of the US Government. I have submitted tons of tips and everytime I got to the cops they tell me there is nothing they can do for me and kick me out... I am running out of time they say they are with an Independent research company in Louisville Kentucky claiming to have LMPD and U of L under surveillance. They keep telling me to kill myself and they had a psychological review. I have submitted several request to the UN if somebody could please have the UN send someone to my house they control my body and have me bed ridden. Glennis Wheat|
|Telecommute Customer Service Representative in Louisville Comment Translate Page||A demand generation and customer-engagement services company has an open position for a Telecommute Customer Service Representative in Louisville.
Core Responsibilities Include:
Answering back to back calls and resolving issues
Building a strong relationship with your customer
Resolving the problem quickly
Must meet the following requirements for consideration:
Ability to speak on the phone and use a computer
Ability to empathize and be friendly with people you’ve never met
Ability to use logic and solve problems|
|Winners announced in Kentucky AP broadcasters contest Comment Translate Page|| |
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Winners were announced Saturday in the annual Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters competition to honor the best in college and professional broadcast journalism in 2018.
The AP is a not-for-profit news cooperative representing thousands of U.S. newspapers broadcasters. The Kentucky AP awards were sponsored by the Kentucky Broadcasters Association.
TV Division I (Louisville and Lexington):
Feature Reporting: 1, Gilbert Corsey and Emily Evans, WDRB-TV, Louisville, "Billboard Mystery Solved"; 2, Gina Glaros and Jeff Gordon, WDRB-TV, Louisville, "Standout Piano Player."
Public Affairs: 1, Laura Krueger, Justin Allen and Renee Shaw, Kentucky Educational Television, Lexington, "Disrupting the Opioid Epidemic: A KET Forum "; 2, Barton Bill and Miranda Combs, WKYT-TV, Lexington, "Fake Service Dogs."
Sports Feature: 1, Lee K. Howard, WKYT-TV, Lexington, "A Wish Granted"; 2, Morgan Lentes and Randy Ragsdale, WLKY-TV, Louisville, "Jersey Surprise."
Sports Prep Show: 1, WLEX-TV, Lexington, "High School Sportszone"; 2, WKYT-TV, Lexington, "Game Time."
Sports Special: 1, Scott Eckhardt, WLKY-TV, Louisville, "Racing in the Bluegrass: Sights and Sounds"; 2, WHAS-TV, Louisville, "Cardinal Countdown."
Feature ' Sports Videography: 1, Scott Eckhardt, WLKY-TV, Louisville, "Van Berg Legacy"; 2, Tyler Ross, WLEX-TV, Lexington, "Father Christmas Bikes."
News Videography: 1, Beth Peak, WHAS-TV, Louisville, "Who Killed Cowboy?"; 2, Tom Round, WDRB-TV, Louisville, "The Bees of Cave Hill Cemetery."
Political Coverage: 1, Rob Harris, WHAS-TV, Louisville, "Votable"; 2, Renee Shaw, Carl Babcock and David Hadley, Kentucky Educational Television, Lexington, "Legislative Update."
News Promotion: 1, Josh Kidd and Scott Brady, WDRB-TV, Louisville, "Defining Season"; 2, John...
|Comment on WATCH: Ohio State punter pulls off perfect proposal during spring game by LSUSMC Comment Translate Page||Let it go old man. Everyone knows you are a Louisville fan trolling as a Kentucky fan. This cry for attention from you is getting old and tiring.|
|Comment on Florida football: 3 biggest takeaways after watching Feleipe Franks, skill players dominate spring game by Mountain Dog Comment Translate Page||This is the same Florida team that only managed 9 points against UGA? The one Jarvis Jones beat almost single-handedly? The Gator squad that then proceeded to face-plant against barely-ranked Louisville in the Sugar Bowl? Oh, THAT Florida team - I remember them now.|
|Comment on WATCH: Terry Wilson finishes opening drive of Kentucky’s spring game with 42-yard TD pass by LSUSMC Comment Translate Page||What’s Louisville got to do with this?|
|Neil Morrice: UK Racing Tips - Thursday 11 April 2019 Comment Translate Page|
Neil Morrice brings you his best bets from around the United Kingdom on Thursday 11 April 2019! Tips come your way from Huntingdon, Wetherby, Chelmsford City and Newcastle.
Huntingdon Best Bets
Race 1: CONCHITA (9)
Trainer: Mike Roberts
Jockey: Tom O'Brien
This weak mares' maiden hurdle looks like boiling up into a straight match between So Lonely and CONCHITA and I fancy the last-named filly to have the edge. Although So Lonely has competed in better company, Conchita is on the up as she showed when third in a big field over this course and distance back in January. She will strip a fresh horse following her winter break, and with few miles on the clock is one to follow through the spring.
Race 2: SAUMUR (3)
Trainer: Denis Coakley
Jockey: John Burke
The underrated Coakley might have found a good opportunity for SAUMUR to put her best foot forward in what is probably the weaker of the two divisions of this race. He campaigned her successfully on the Flat and after two frame finishes in as many outings over hurdles she's ready to step up to the plate.
Wetherby Best Bets
Race 6: NEVER UP (8)
Trainer: Sue Smith
Jockey: Danny Cook
Ground conditions will be different to those NEVER UP encountered when making most to score at Carlisle last month. In that gluepot, he galloped his rivals into submission, but it was only a second outing of the season for the eight-year-old who can show he has more to offer on this drying ground.
Race 7: WIG WAM WIGGLE (4)
Trainer: Micky Hammond
Jockey: Billy Garritty
Although beaten a fair way when third at Carlisle last time, WIG WAM WIGGLE probably didn't see out the trip. He was a clear cut winner on his previous start and with Hammond bringing him back in distance, a return to winning ways is in the offing.
Chelmsford City Best Bet
Race 4: U S S MICHIGAN (9)
Trainer: Aidan O'Brien
Jockey: Ryan Moore
The multiple Irish Champion trainer saddles his first runners at this track and states that if he has a horse for next month's Kentucky Derby it is U S S MICHIGAN. Described as "a long-striding cruiser" by O'Brien, U S S MICHIGAN smoothly landed the odds on his reappearance at Dundalk, and can confirm his liking for Polytrack by winning this. He's well drawn, has scope for any amount of improvement, and will almost certainly book his ticket to Louisville if successful.
Newcastle Best Bet
Race 6: ALNASHERAT (6)
Trainer: Sir Michael Stoute
Jockey: Harry Bentley
Looking the outstanding bet on an otherwise trapped card, ALNASHERAT has the beating of these on his excellent second and latest career start at Newmarket. He started 11-8 favourite but ran into a potential top-notcher in Quarto. There was absolutely no disgrace in going down by three lengths to that Classic-bound rival.
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|Coal Creek Theater Of Louisville Presents OUTSIDE MULLIGAR Comment Translate Page|
Anthony and Rosemary are two introverted misfits straddling 40. Anthony has spent his entire life on a cattle farm in rural Ireland, a state of affairs that-due to his painful shyness-suits him well. Rosemary lives right next door, determined to have him, watching the years slip away. With Anthony's father threatening to disinherit him and a land feud simmering between their families, Rosemary has every reason to fear romantic catastrophe. But then, in this very Irish story with a surprising depth of poetic passion, these yearning, eccentric souls fight their way towards solid ground and some kind of happiness. "Outside Mullingar" is a compassionate, delightful work about how it's never too late to take a chance on love.
About "Outside Mullingar", director Dan Schock remarks, "This play has messages of acceptance and forgiveness, while reminding us that we can find love at any time, in any place, and under any circumstance. Tender moments mixed with comedy, the Irish language and accent, along with beautiful and poetic writing makes for wonderful theater and a show that I hope you'll love as much as I do."
The cast includes Amy Sonnanstine (Rosemary Muldoon), Rob Leary (Anthony Reilly), Steve Rausch (Tony Reilly) and Kate Gulliver (Aoife Muldoon).
|Lindor in line to start rehab assignment Monday Comment Translate Page||Cleveland manager Terry Francona said Francisco Lindor will go to Louisville to join Triple-A Columbus, if there are "no ill effects, no repercussions of a second-day workout."|
|A Salute to the Unknown Distillers Comment Translate Page|
But where are the portraits of Paul Kirn and Jimmy Kearns? Who? Those are just two of the dozens, perhaps hundreds, of unknown master distillers, distillers, and plant managers whose portraits probably will never hang in a fancy steakhouse.
Here, for example, are some of the men (and they have pretty much all been men, although that is changing) who made the whiskey at just one defunct distillery, the Yellowstone Distillery on Seventh Street Road in Shively, just south of Louisville.
Yellowstone goes back to J. Bernard Dant's Cold Springs Distillery, which he started at Gethsemane in 1865. He later merged it with Taylor & Williams, a Louisville wholesaler that owned the popular Yellowstone bourbon brand. After Prohibition, J. Bernard and his three sons: Mike, Walter and Sam, and Jimmy Kearns, a nephew, built a new Yellowstone distillery in Shively.
Wilmer Beam, one of the seven distiller sons of Joseph L. Beam, was the distiller. (We would probably say 'master distiller,' but that term wasn't commonly used in those days.) Jimmy Kearns was plant manager and president. When the Thompson family's Glenmore Distilleries bought Yellowstone in 1944, Kearns moved to headquarters as a corporate vice-president and Paul Kirn succeeded him as plant manager. When Willmer Beam retired, Poss Greenwell became the distiller. Jack Beam, Wilmer's nephew, followed Greenwell. He was followed by Joe Ruttle. Bill Creel followed him. When the plant stopped distilling in the 80s, Creel went to Barton in Bardstown.
We only know this particular list, from one distillery spanning about 50 years, because Sam Cecil knew all of them and wrote it down in his book, The Evolution of the Bourbon Whiskey Industry in Kentucky.
Today, the Dant and Beam families are making Yellowstone again at the Limestone Branch Distillery in Lebanon. Proprietors Steve and Paul Beam are descended from both families.
And so it goes in bourbon country.
Legends like Booker and Jimmy deserve all the recognition they receive, but the next time you sip on some fine Kentucky nectar, give a thought to the many unknown distillers and distillery hands who made Kentucky bourbon whiskey what it is today.
|Carnegie Mellon’s Pittsburgh smells app goes nationwide, crowdsourcing where the air is worst Comment Translate Page||
Some Allegheny County residents use a smartphone app to report foul smells in their communities, and a new version of that app is now available to the rest of the country.
For three years, people in the Pittsburgh area have documented their experiences with odors with just a few taps of a finger via Smell PGH.
The app also allows users to view a map showing where others have made reports.
“We wanted to build a sense of community,” said Beatrice Dias, project director at Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab, which built the app in collaboration with local groups concerned about air quality. “You’re not alone in your experiences with pollution; all your neighbors are experiencing the same thing. That validation and that power of a community voice was important.”
Since 2016, the app has sent more than 20,000 reports to the Allegheny County Health Department, which analyzes them to identify trends.
Now, the lab is rolling out a new version of the app called Smell MyCity for people across the country, with support from the green cleaning products company Seventh Generation.
Anyone in the United States can use the app, but CMU is customizing some features for certain cities. The developers are working first with partners in Louisville, Ky. to build a base of users.
Data from the app is available for anyone to download, and some groups already plan to use it.
Ted Smith, deputy director of the Christina Lee Brown Envirome Institute at the University of Louisville’s medical school said university researchers will compare health data such as hospital admissions to smell reports to identify potential correlations.
“I really do hope that helps residents see that there’s somebody that actually does care about the thing they’re afraid of,” he said. “They’re afraid, potentially, that there’s a toxic emission that could be bad for their health.”
Odors in Louisville tend to come from the area’s rubber industry, coal power plants and a slaughterhouse, he said.
Like in Allegheny County, residents of Louisville can already go online to report bad odors to a local agency responsible for regulating air pollution, but they cannot see the breadth of reports across the community or easily find out what action, if any, officials take in response.
The community is cognizant of pollution problems. Smith said more than 1,000 people took part in a recent study where they carried GPS-enabled inhalers to use during asthma attacks.
“It was a tremendous project that showed us that air pollution was the single biggest predictor of asthma exacerbations,” Smith said.
Before CMU launched the Smell MyCity app, Smith’s high school son used code available online from Smell PGH to build a similar version for Louisville. He later did an internship with the CREATE Lab to help develop the national version.
Dias said the lab is also working with partners in Portland, Ore. and will likely promote the app there next.
|(Louisville) M&P15 - 22 - $ 350 Comment Translate Page||M&P15 - 22LR with 1 25 round magazine |
200 rounds through the rifle flawlessly! It’s a fun inexpensive rifle to shoot! It’s in great condition. I also have 500 rounds of ammo to go with!
|(USA-KY-Louisville) Sales Associate, Retail Part Time Comment Translate Page||Job Summary
GNC is looking for dynamic sales associates that not only "Live Well" as a lifestyle, but have the desire to share that passion with others. If that describes you, then join the high energy, stores team at GNC. This outstanding opportunity is designed to help you reach your full earning potential. In addition to your base pay, you have the ability to earn additional cash through 2 programs that we offer:
+ Auto-Deliver & Save – This program lets you sell healthy, nutritional products to customers that can be automatically sent to them by way of a subscription service. Both the service and shipping are absolutely free. An additional benefit is that the customer saves 10%. Going forward, each time eligible items are automatically re-ordered and delivered, you have the potential to receive commission!
+ Promotional Money (PM). Money that is paid to you, above and beyond your base salary as an additional incentive on certain products.
The possibilities are endless!
If you are career minded, this opportunity provides you with the perfect springboard to full-time or managerial positions
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
What do we want?
+ A Sales Associate who enjoys interacting with customers and is committed to helping them choose the right products, as well as making recommendations based on your overall product knowledge and understanding of their needs
+ The ability for you to generate sales, not only for the benefit to the company and your store, but for you and your financial well-being.
+ The drive to achieve and exceed personal sales and productivity goals
+ Promote career growth by working with store management in the opening, closing and operating of a retail store. This includes cash handling, inventory count and deposits according to GNC procedures, as well as maintaining the appearance of the store
+ Display an awareness of all store communications including: product information, advertising, promotions and other marketing initiatives
+ Boost product knowledge by learning the features, advantages and benefits. Staying on top of nutritional, wellness trends
+ Passion toLive Well!
+ Strong communication and team building skills
+ Ability to work a flexible schedule (i.e. Holidays, weekends)
+ As a key holder, candidate must have the ability to work alone, due to scheduling.
+ Must be at least 18 years of age
+ High school diploma or GED preferred
+ Basic math skills
+ Employee discount
GNC has been a leading source of health and wellness products for more than 70 years and sets the standard in the nutritional supplement industry by demanding truth in labeling, ingredient safety and product potency, all while remaining on the cutting-edge of nutritional science. Since its foundation in the 1930's, GNC has prided itself on offering a challenging and rewarding work environment while delivering premium vitamins and other health supplements to our customers. GNC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, which will consider all qualified applicants for employment without discrimination and takes affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, protected veteran status or physical or mental disability. A notice describing these and other employment rights under federal law can be viewed online.
Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action / Protected Veterans / Disabled Individuals Employer
|(USA-KY-Shepherdsville) Quality Assurance Supervisor (Food Manufacturing Operations ) Comment Translate Page||
Job Title: Quality Assurance Supervisor (Food Manufacturing Operations)
Location Shephersdville, Kentucky
About The Hut Group:
THG is one of the world’s fastest growing and largest online retailers. We have over a decade of experience building and growing brands in the Beauty and Wellness sectors, in over 160 markets. We create brilliant digital brand experiences and our in-house team design, develop and build a bespoke proprietary technology platform that is used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide. With a world-class business, a proprietary technology platform, and disruptive business model, our ambition is to be the global digital leader.
THG's primary focus is health, beauty, prestige and nutrition related consumer goods. The company owns and operates many leading brands including LookFantastic.com, Grow Gorgeous, Mio Skincare, ESPA and MyProtein.com - The world’s #1 online sports nutrition brand.
Operations is at the heart of our customers’ experience here at THG. We manufacture a wide range of sports nutrition and cosmetic consumer goods that we then despatch to our customers in over 200 countries worldwide from our purpose built, innovative Manufacturing and Distribution Centres.
Due to continued expansion we are looking to recruit a Quality Assurance Supervisor for Myprotein, THG’s largest brand, to drive and support quality assurance as part of our manufacturing process.
Main Job Purpose:
Deliver outstanding operational support and technical quality assurance to aid the overall performance of MyProtein Food Production Operations.
+ Ownership for the writing and amending of quality related SOP’s and writing and amending work instructions
+ Customer Complaint Investigations
+ Owning the training matrix, planning and completion in relation to quality, food safety and legality
+ Member of HACCP Team & Internal Audit team.
+ Organising the teams daily workload and prioritising activities
+ Deputising for Food Safety and Quality Manager
+ Results of testing – take responsibility for any escalated issues in production
+ Ownership for Raw Material release escalation
+ Customer experience testing – NIR and Organoleptic
+ Equipment checks, monitoring and calibration
+ Carry out daily Quality Assurance checks throughout the warehouse and production.
+ Raising Non-conformances and assist in investigations relating to complaints and non-conformances
+ Maintain and proactive promote of hygienic practices and GMP
+ Ensure all tests are carried out to meet finished product specifications / procedures.
+ Carry out Product organoleptic testing as required.
+ Assist in product traceability as required, both from Ingredient forward to finished products and from finished products forward to customer and back to Ingredients.
+ Routine Audits
+ Assist on environmental and product testing schemes in accordance to predefined schedules e.g. Hygiene swabs and allergen validation
+ To ensure consistently high standards are developed and maintained throughout processes.
To be considered for this role you will need to have the following qualifications / skills:
+ Experience working in Food Manufacturing Operations.
+ A good knowledge and understanding of food safety legislation
+ Good verbal and written communications.
+ Computer Literate.
+ Professional and Flexible attitude
+ Capable of working in a fast paced environment
Very competitive Benefits Package-
+ Generous Paid Time Off, up to 150 hours per year
+ Medical, Dental, Vision, life insurance & Short/Long Term Disability. 30 day waiting period for benefits
+ Company pays up to 90% of insurance premiums
+ 9 paid holidays
+ Your birthday off, paid after 1 year of service.
+ 401K with up to 4% company match. 100% vested from day one
+ Awesome Employee discounts on our websites
+ Employee Referral bonus program up to $100 per referral
+ Climate Controlled
+ Short 20-minute commute from Louisville and Elizabethtown
|(USA-KY-Shively) Health Tech (OA) Comment Translate Page||* Duties
This fulltime position will be responsible for implementation of a VISN 9 Behavioral Health Lab (BHL) Call Center working under the daily guidance and work assignments from the Supervisory Health Technician with clinical guidance from the BHL Director.
Learn more about this agency
The position involves completion of psychiatric and physical screening questionnaires, maintaining clinical records and documentation, ensuring regulatory compliance and compliance with Good Clinical Practices, and patient recruitment and retention. The qualifications will require that the person have experience with patient interviewing. The position does not require clinical skills or licensing but should include experience with administering standardized interviews to a patient population. In addition, he/she will organize and assist in the scheduling of patient appointments when necessary, make database entries and corrections, and work with the clinical staff associated with the BHL.
**Work Schedule:**full-time, and the hours of duty will vary between 8:00am and 6:00pm, Monday through Friday (8 hour shifts).
**Virtual: This is not a virtual position.**
**Relocation/Recruitment Incentives:**Not Available
**Financial Disclosure Report:**Not required
### Travel Required
##### Supervisory status
##### Promotion Potential
* #### Job family (Series)
0640 Health Aid And Technician
### Conditions of Employment
* You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply for this job
* Designated and/or random drug testing may be required
* Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959
* You may be required to serve a probationary period
* Subject to background/security investigation
* Selected applicants will be required to complete an online onboarding process
To qualify for this position, applicants must meet all requirements by the closing date of this announcement, 05/03/2019.
**Time-In-Grade Requirement**: Applicants who are current Federal employees and have held a GS grade any time in the past 52 weeks must also meet time-in-grade requirements by the closing date of this announcement. For a GS-6 position you must have served 52 weeks at the GS-5. The grade may have been in any occupation, but must have been held in the Federal service. An SF-50 that shows your time-in-grade eligibility must be submitted with your application materials. **Note:**Time-In-Grade requirements also apply to former Federal employees applying for reinstatement as well as current employees applying for Veterans Employment Opportunities Act of 1998 (VEOA) appointment.
You may qualify based on your experience as described below:
* **Specialized Experience:** You must have one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade GS-5 in the normal line of progression for the occupation in the organization. Examples of specialized experience would typically include, but are not limited to: working in a clinical setting organize and assist in the scheduling of patient appointments, making database entries and corrections, interviewing patients, maintaining clinical records and documentation.
You will be rated on the following Competencies for this position:
* Administration and Management
* Clinical Data Collection/Documentation
* Interpersonal Skills
* Technical Competence
In addition to the above competencies, the following knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) are essential for this position:
1. Ability to perform the administrative functions of an outpatient program or a similar patient care area (i.e. checking patients in/out, scheduling appointments, documenting care provided, entering and retrieving computerized patient information, reviewing patient charts, administering standardized assessments, etc.) and receive/provide information.
2. Knowledge of medical terminology and diagnostic categories sufficient to interview patients and gather clinical information for assessment of patients, determine appropriate action, interpret notes, and provide information and guidance to patients.
3. Skill in the use of a variety of personal computer applications used to collect and analyze data, such as word processing, spreadsheet applications, database files, presentation software, etc., sufficient to extract and manipulate data from various sources to prepare reports, justifications, charts, graphs, statistical and narrative data, etc.
4. Ability to communicate orally and in writing to conduct patient interviews, solicit information, complete questionnaires, schedule appointments, and receive/provide information.
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religions; spiritual; community; student; social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
**Note**: A full year of work is considered to be 35-40 hours of work per week. Part-time experience will be credited on the basis of time actually spent in appropriate activities. Applicants wishing to receive credit for such experience must indicate clearly the nature of their duties and responsibilities in each position and the number of hours a week spent in such employment.
**Physical Requirements:**The position will require significant walking, using of the hands, and climbing of stairs.
There is no educational substitution at this grade level.
### Additional information
VA supports the use of telework as a way to help attract and retain talented individuals in public service, increase worker productivity, and better prepare the agency to operate during emergencies. This position may be authorized for telework. Telework eligibility will be discussed during the interview process.
**Receiving Service Credit or Earning Annual (Vacation) Leave**: Federal Employees earn annual leave at a rate (4, 6 or 8 hours per pay period) which is based on the number of years they have served as a Federal employee. VA may offer newly-appointed Federal employee's credit for their job-related non-federal experience or active duty uniformed military service. This credited service can be used in determining the rate at which they earn annual leave. Such credit must be requested and approved prior to the appointment date and is not guaranteed.
**Special Employment Consideration:** VA encourages persons with disabilities to apply, including those eligible for hiring under 5 CFR 213.3102(u), Schedule A, Appointment of persons with disabilities [i.e., intellectual disabilities, severe physical disabilities, or psychiatric disabilities], and/or Disabled veterans with a compensable service-connected disability of 30% or more. Contact the Agency Contact for information on how to apply under this appointment authority via the Selective Placement Coordinator.
The **Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan** (ICTAP) and **Career Transition Assistance Plan** (CTAP) provide eligible displaced Federal/VA competitive service employees with selection priority over other candidates for competitive service vacancies. To be qualified you must submit appropriate documentation (a copy of the agency notice, your most recent performance rating, and your most recent SF-50 noting current position, grade level, and duty location) and be found well-qualified (have a final rating of 85 or more) for this vacancy. Information about ICTAP and CTAP eligibility is on OPM's Career Transition Resources website at http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/workforce-restructuring/employee-guide-to-career-transition/.
**Placement Policy:** The posting of this announcement does not obligate management to fill a vacancy or vacancies by promotion. The position may be filled by reassignment, change to lower grade, transfer, appointment, or reinstatement. Management may use any one or any combination of these methods to fill the position.
It is the policy of the VA to not deny employment to those that have faced financial hardships or periods of unemployment.
This job opportunity announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies.
**Veterans and Transitioning Service Members**: Please visit the VA for Vets site for career-search tools for Veterans seeking employment at VA, career development services for our existing Veterans, and coaching and reintegration support for military service members.
For more information on the "Who may apply" eligibility requirements, please refer to the OHRM Status Candidates and Other Candidate Definitions document.
If you are unable to apply online view the following link for information regarding an Alternate Application.
### How You Will Be Evaluated
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.
**IN DESCRIBING YOUR EXPERIENCE, PLEASE BE CLEAR AND SPECIFIC. WE WILL NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS REGARDING YOUR EXPERIENCE.**
Narrative responses are not required at this time. If you are referred for consideration, you may be asked to submit additional job related information, which may include, but not limited to; responses to the knowledge, skills and abilities; completion of a work sample, and/or contact for an interview.Your resume and/or supporting documentation will be verified. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating or consideration for employment.
### Background checks and security clearance
##### Security clearance
##### Drug test required
* Required Documents
## Required Documents
To apply for this position, you must provide a complete Application Package which includes:
* Resume. (REQUIRED by ALL) Your resume must have the following information for each position you have listed on your resume: position title, employer, city/state, duties, begin/end dates of employment including the month and year (mm/yy - mm/yy), and full-time or part-time status with the number of hours worked each week. IN DESCRIBING YOUR EXPERIENCE, PLEASE BE CLEAR AND SPECIFIC. WE MAY NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS REGARDING YOUR EXPERIENCE. If your resume does not support your questionnaire answers, we will not allow credit for your response(s).
* Completed Occupational Questionnaire (REQUIRED by ALL). You will be directed to this questionnaire when you apply online.
* Latest non-award SF-50 (REQUIRED by current and previous Federal employees) SF-50 - Notification of Personnel Action must be submitted showing current position, grade, series, etc.). 'Award' or 'Incentive' SF-50s cannot be considered valid required documentation to verify status.
The following documents are accepted, and may be required if applicable to your eligibility and/or qualifications for this position. Please use this checklist to make sure you have included other documents required for your application, such as a copy of your transcript (if using education to qualify), SF-50's (current/former Federal employees), documentation to support Veterans Preference claims, or ICTAP/CTAP documentation (for displaced Federal employees). You will not be contacted for additional information.
* Cover Letter
* Other Veterans Document
**Veterans' Preference:** When applying for Federal Jobs, eligible Veterans should claim preference for 5pt (TP), 10pt (CP/CPS/XP), or for Sole Survivor Preference (SSP) in the questionnaire. You must provide a legible copy of your DD214(s) which shows dates and character of service (honorable, general, etc.). If you are currently serving on active duty and expect to be released or discharged within 120 days you must submit documentation related to your active duty service which reflects the dates of service, character of service (honorable, general, etc.), and dates of impending separation. Additionally, disabled veterans and others eligible for 10-point preference (such as widows or mothers of eligible Veterans) must also submit an SF-15 "Application for 10 Point Veteran Preference" with required proof as stated on the form. **Documentation is required to award preference.**For more information on Veterans' Preference, please visit http://www.fedshirevets.gov/job/vetpref/index.aspx.
#### If you are relying on your education to meet qualification requirements:
Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in order for it to be credited towards qualifications. Therefore, provide only the attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in this vacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall rating.
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*Open & closing dates:* 04/12/2019 to 05/03/2019
*Pay scale & grade:* GS 6
*Salary:* $37,843 to $49,200 per year
*Appointment type:* Permanent
*Work schedule:* Full-Time|
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The syntax in the first sentence was poor. I just meant that the offense played well enough to give us fans a hint of what glory might be Notre Dame's by season's end. Too clever by one half, as they say. But this is early on, and I will try to up my game by the time we play Louisville.|
|Which Participants from the UA All-America Camp Have Their Eyes on Ohio State Comment Translate Page|
Today is the Cincinnati Under Armour All-America Camp Series showcase, and like The Opening Regional showcase in Massillon on March 31, there are several Midwestern and in-state recruits to watch for Ohio State fans.
The position that will be best represented by Ohio State targets will be the quarterback position – this is assuming the participants show up to the showcase.
Quarterbacks to Watch
Of the quarterbacks at the regional, La Grange Park, Illinois, quarterback J.J. McCarthy has the most mutual interest with Ohio State. He paid a visit to Columbus in March and walked away extremely impressed, promising that he would be back and entering his name as one of the several 2021 quarterbacks heavily interested in the Buckeyes. He’s also fairly interested in Northwestern.
Drake Maye, the brother of North Carolina forward Luke Maye, was also in town in March, when his brother was competing in the NCAA Tournament in Columbus. He was recently rated as the No. 50 overall prospect in the 2021 class and the No. 5 quarterback in a quarterback-heavy class. He received an Alabama offer in March as well and has made several unofficial visits to North Carolina, though those visits can be overrated for prospects with siblings at offering universities.
Centerville 2022 quarterback Chase Harrison was the most recent quarterback to visit Ohio State. He was in Columbus on April 5, and also left impressed, though without an offer. His only offer has come from Louisville, but he has been named a MaxPreps All-American and a Rivals Young gun QB, while also earning an invite to the Elite 11 and the National Combine.
South Bend, Indiana, 2020 quarterback Ira Armstead is a quarterback that hasn’t been talked about much within the Ohio State recruiting sphere, but he has caught some interest from the Buckeyes, who already have their top 2020 quarterback commitment in four-star Arizona quarterback Jack Miller. Armstead had a good showing at The Opening Regional in Massillon and is rated as the No. 28 dual-threat quarterback in the class by 247Sports.
Top Ohio State Targets to Watch
It seems like four-star Cincinnati defensive end Darrion Henry is listed in nearly anything involving Ohio State recruiting these days, as he’s sure to commit to the Buckeyes on any day at this point. But Henry is listed to compete at the Under Armour camp Sunday. He was also listed to compete at The Opening Regional on March 31, along with Paris Johnson Jr. and Jaheim Thomas, but he, and the other two, didn’t show.
Piggybacking off of Darrion Henry, four-star Princeton linebacker Jaheim Thomas didn’t compete in The Opening Regional on March 31, but that was before Thomas got his Ohio State offer. Now, the Cincinnati trio collectively have Buckeye offers. Whether that changes the way they approach camps is yet to be seen, but at this point, Thomas has all of the offers he could hope for – Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Georgia Tech and Ohio State just in the last few weeks.
Michigan two-way lineman Damon Payne was just rated as the No. 58 player overall in the Class of 2021, and his performance in The Opening Regional had a lot to do with that. Payne said he didn’t have his best day March 31 – “My best day is I don’t get touched. I got touched, so I didn’t have my best day.” – but he still walked away with the defensive line MVP award. He also visited Ohio State on April 1 and was impressed with what he saw. Payne has received offers from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and Florida State and is rated as the No. 5 defensive tackle in his class by 247Sports.
Michigan running back Donovan Edwards is an interesting case headed into Sunday because the 2021 No. 4 running back broke his ankle in Week 7 of his sophomore season, and it still clearly bothered him at The Opening Regional in Massillon. Many prospects compete in these camps to get their names in front of schools’ eyes, but Edwards has offers from Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Miami, and he received an offer from Florida earlier this week.
Other Players to Watch
Massillon Washington High School 2021 standout wide receiver Jayden Ballard made defensive backs look silly at The Opening Regional and was clearly one of the more matured wideouts in terms of route-running and body control, though he was one of a few sophomore-aged participants. Ballard has a strong relationship with Ohio State wide receivers coach Brian Hartline and was at Ohio State on Saturday. Once he lands more offers on top of Ohio State and Penn State, his rating will skyrocket from the No. 19 wide receiver rank in his class.
Indiana linebacker Yanni Karlaftis is the brother of 2019 defensive end George Karlaftis. George finished the recruiting cycle as the No. 1 Indiana recruit in his class, and Yanni is following suit, as he was named the No. 1 recruit in Indiana and No. 3 outside linebacker in the 2021 class by 247Sports earlier this week. Karlaftis was at Ohio State on Saturday and has offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and Purdue, where his brother signed.
Cincinnati running back Corey Kiner is a name that’s crept into Ohio State’s 2021 recruiting efforts. He was in Columbus on Saturday and is rated as the No. 5 running back in the Class of 2021.
Other recruits to keep in mind Sunday:
Braiden McGregor, defensive end (2020 No. 27 overall)
Blake Fisher, offensive tackle (2021 No. 87 overall)
Kalen King, cornerback (2021 No. 263 overall)
Jutahn McClain, all-purpose back (2020 No. 297 overall)
Davion Weatherspoon, offensive center (2021 No. 348)
Chris Scott, wide receiver (2020 No. 483 overall)
Justin Wodtly, defensive end (2020 No. 598 overall)
Miyan Williams, running back (2020 No. 624 overall)
Carrington Valentine, cornerback (2020 No. 782)
Isaiah Hackett, athlete (2020 No. 1,712 overall)
Dane Middlebrook, defensive tackle (2020 No. 1,908 overall)
Two Participants Who Committed Away From OSU
Devell Washington, three-star Michigan wideout, told Eleven Warriors that his interest in Ohio State has remained consistent since he received his offer in June, when he was willing to commit but backed off. It was Ohio State’s interest in Washington that waned, though, and less than a week after narrowing his list to five teams, Washington chose West Virginia on Saturday.
Groveport Madison two-way lineman Terah Edwards had been waiting on Ohio State to offer. The Buckeyes wanted to see him in person, but he told Eleven Warriors that he didn’t want to wait around for schools to offer if he felt like home at another school. He was leaning toward Michigan State for awhile but announced Saturday that he is committed to Northwestern.
Both prospects are expected to be participating in the Under Armour All-America Camp on Sunday.
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A team of four actuarial science students from Drake University’s College of Business and Public Administration placed second in the Humana Actuarial Case Competition March 27–29 in Louisville, Ky. In its first year, the competition aims to bring together top actuarial students from around the country to tackle a real-world problem facing the insurance industry....
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|(USA) Internship - Business Office Comment Translate Page||## WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
**_Are you compassionately committed to customer service? _**If so, we would like to hear from you!
We are a state of the art, innovative Long Term Care facility providing Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living and Rehabilitation services. We currently have an outstanding opportunity for a motivated and focused individual to assist in our Business Office as an **unpaid Business Office Intern**.
Our Business Office Internship is unpaid and designed to allow you to put what you have learned into practice. This internship will be tailored to take advantage of your field of study and to fulfill all of your institution's requirements.
**Here are a few of the daily responsibilities of a Business Office Intern: **
* Assist the business office staff with administrative functions for the health campus.
* Assist in establishing and maintaining an adequate filing system for accounts receivable, accounts payable, resident information, personnel information, or as directed.
* Assist with setting up new residents in the Accounts Receivable system. Assist with posting payments received appropriately to the correct resident account/cash receipt journal. Assist with reconciling cash receipts journal to the monthly deposit log
* Assist with maintaining the resident trust account. Record deposits, make payments as directed, reconcile the resident trust account monthly, and prepare a copy of the reconciliation for the Home Office. Assist with allocation of the interest earned to the resident accounts timely and accurately.
* Assist Business Office staff, as directed, with processing of accounts payable and/or payroll within the required deadlines.
* Represent the health campus and participate in meetings as required by the Executive Director.
* Assist in scheduling office personnel, work assignments, or other duties as assigned.
* Follow established procedures for cost control regarding supplies. Ensure that supplies are ordered as needed so that the health campus has an adequate but not over-stocked inventory of supplies.
* Maintain confidentiality of all pertinent resident care information to assure resident rights are protected.
We invite you to learn more about our unique culture and the exciting opportunities that exist within our organization!
## WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR
**You would be a great fit for our team if you have the following:**
* Must have, at a minimum, a high school diploma or its equivalent and be actively enrolled in an institution of higher learning.
* Must be able to read, write and follow written and oral instructions in English.
* Must be able to make independent decisions concerning above job duties
* Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family member, visitors, government agencies/personnel, vendors, and the general public.
* Must possess a working knowledge of computers
* This internship in unpaid.
Bethany Pointe Health Campus
## LIFE AT TRILOGY
Headquartered in Louisville, KY, Trilogy Health Services was founded in December 1997 and is dedicated to being the Best Healthcare Company in the Midwest by providing exceptional, comprehensive care to seniors in our living communities. Trilogy has over 100 locations and continues to grow across IN, OH, MI and KY. Join our growing company and experience the Trilogy Difference. We care for you while you care for others. #C4U
**The Trilogy Advantage**
* Competitive Salaries & Weekly Pay
* Innovative Training Programs
* FREE Health Insurance Option + up to $1,500 in company contributions
* Tuition Reimbursement, Scholarships and Student Loan Repayment
* Employee Celebrations
* And much more!
Equal Opportunity Employer
**Trilogy Hires Heroes Just Like YOU!**
*Shift:* 1st Shift
*Location : Address:* 1707 Bethany Road
*Location : City:* Anderson
*Location : State/Province:* IN
*Location : Postal Code:* 46012|