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first_img Facebook Suspect sought in Sep. 2 robbery at 7-Eleven on S. Main St. in Elkhart By Jon Zimney – September 23, 2020 0 720 Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Pinterest IndianaLocalNews Facebook (Photo supplied/Elkhart City Police) Police in Elkhart are asking for the public’s help identifying the suspect who robbed the 7-Eleven store in the 2700 block of South Main Street.The heist happened back on Sep. 2.Investigators describe the suspect as a black male, with a thin build, in his early 20s.Police have released surveillance footage of the suspect walking in and out of the convenience store.Anybody with information about the suspect’s identity or whereabouts is asked to contact Elkhart City Police at 574-295-7070. Google+ Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleGale Sayers passes away at 77Next articleNotre Dame-Wake Forest game rescheduled for December Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.last_img read more

first_imgTime is running out, so make sure you get your nominations in for the Lifetime Achievement Award, sponsored by Délifrance, by the 22 June deadline.This award is for those who have made a real difference in the industry, and are an inspiration to other bakers. Who is your baking hero? Let us know.Christopher Freeman of Dunn’s Bakery won last year’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the Baking Industry Awards and said he was ecstatic when he was presented with the accolade: “It is wonderful to be recognised by your peers and it says more than anything else when you are honoured in this way for the work you have done over the years for the industry.”For those considering nominating someone for this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award, they must have done something special and gone that extra mile and a mile on top.            Please tell us what the nominee has achieved, the business they work/ed for, what they might have accomplished outside the industry and what service they may have provided to the industry itself.Nominations should be sent to the British Baker team marked ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ or emailed to [email protected] For any questions, please contact Rebecca George on 01293 610422.The winners of all categories will be announced at this year’s special event celebrating 25 years of the Baking Industry Awards, to be held on Wednesday 12 September at the Park Lane Hilton, London.To book your place at this top industry networking event, contact Elizabeth Ellis on 01293 846593 or email [email protected] for tickets.Visit www.bakeryawards.co.uk for more information.last_img read more

first_imgBALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore Episcopal church founded by slaveholders in the 1860s says it will spend $500,000 over the next five years to establish a fund intended as reparations for slavery. The Baltimore Sun reports that members of Memorial Episcopal Church in Bolton Hill voted Sunday to set aside $100,000 to donate in the next year to community organizations doing what it termed “justice-centered work.” The fund is intended to address race-based inequalities that have proliferated for generations in the church and in the community at large. A church advisory group will choose beneficiaries that focus their work on issues of housing, education, environmental justice or civic engagement.last_img read more

first_imgContrary to popular belief, Greek life does exist on Notre Dame’s campus. Although the University does not sanction any social fraternities or sororities, a number of academic fraternities provide students with unique scholastic and professional opportunities and networks. According to the Student Activities Office (SAO) website, nine undergraduate student clubs, in fields ranging from accounting to political science and engineering, are part of national academic organizations that use Greek letters as identifiers. Senior Dominic Romeo, the co-president of Notre Dame’s chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, a political science honor society, said the organization provides its members with excellent scholarship opportunities as well as a valuable network. “There are some scholarships through the national organization that students can apply for,” Romeo said. “They can also get grant funding through the national organization, too. Pi Sigma Alpha also puts you into a global network of people who have excelled in political science.”Ashlee Hunt, a first year student in Notre Dame’s Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) program serves as president of Notre Dame’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, an accounting honor society. She said Beta Alpha Psi hosts a variety of events for its members to network and perform service. “We have professional events when someone from a company like Deloitte comes in and gives a presentation,” Hunt said. “We also have service events where students will go out and volunteer at places like the Robinson Community Learning Center.“We also do interactive service activities with companies. KPMG is coming on Feb. 26 and we are making shoebox school supply kits for elementary school students.”As honor societies, these organizations often require members to maintain outstanding grades and display strong leadership characteristics. Hunt said along with a rigorous GPA requirement, Beta Alpha Psi requires students to perform service and attend events sponsored by the organization. “Members are inducted during their junior year and then they are required to complete six service hours and six professional hours per semester to remain members,” she said. Senior Jane McGuinness, president of Notre Dame’s chapter of Tau Beta Pi, an engineering honor society, said her organization chooses members based on “character, service, leadership and scholarship.”“Tau Beta Pi has a selective process of initiating people,” McGuinness, an electrical engineering major, said. “They invite the top eighth of the junior engineering class and top fifth of the senior engineering class to apply.”McGuinness said Tau Beta Pi also runs tutoring sessions as part of its academic and service mission on Notre Dame’s campus. “The main way we give back to the school is our tutoring programs,” McGuinness said. “We have nightly sessions for upper level engineering classes in all of the different engineering fields.”Senior Taryn Green, a member of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), a computer science honor society, said students could also receive significant scholarships for their work. “Because we are an honor society, we mostly just exist on this campus to recognize student’s academic achievement and provide them an additional scholarship route through the national Upsilon Pi Epsilon organization,” Green said. “Members can apply for a scholarship through the executive UPE council. Scholarships range between $750 to $1500.” Romeo said members of Pi Sigma Alpha are eligible for scholarships and grants and gain access to an expansive professional and academic network. “There are some scholarships through the national organization that students can apply for,” Romeo said. “They can also get grant funding through the national organization, too. It also puts you into a global network of people who have excelled in political science.”Notre Dame also has chapters of Pi Tau Sigma (engineering), Psi Chi (psychology), Chi Epsilon (civil engineering), Eta Kappa Nu (computer and electrical engineering) and Lambda Alpha (anthropology). Tags: Greek lifelast_img read more

first_imgFrom poinsettias to cyclamen and showy amaryllis to Christmas cacti, plants are popular holiday and hostess gifts.Receiving a living plant as a gift is a treat. Caring for them can draw mixed emotions. Fear not. By learning just a little about a plant needs, you can keep your gifts flourishing through the season and sometimes for years after.Here are a few tips from University of Georgia Cooperative Extension to help you care for common gift plants. PoinsettiasPoinsettias come in several colors – including scarlet, ivory, pink and mauve – and have been a favorite holiday plant in the United States for many years. The “flowers” are actually colored leaves, called bracts, which surround the true, tiny yellow flowers in the middle. The colorful bracts may stay bright for months with proper care. Bright, indirect light and frequent watering are essential. Poinsettias need at least six hours of bright light a day to keep blooming for more than a couple of weeks. Temperatures between 65 and 70 degrees are ideal for poinsettias. Keep them out of drafts and away from direct heat sources like fireplaces and heat vents.Water when the soil surface feels dry and just until water drains out of the bottom of the pot. Do not let them stand in water-filled saucers because poinsettias are susceptible to root rot. To keep poinsettias as foliage plants, cut the plant back to about 10-inches when the colored bracts begin to fade in early spring. Feed with a standard houseplant food and repot in a slightly larger container to encourage root growth.By late spring, your poinsettia should have lots of new green bracts and can be moved outside to a sheltered position until frost. It can be maintained as a striking foliage plant for many years, but reblooming requires a strict regimen of dark periods and light.Cyclamen Cyclamen are usually available from October through March. Its graceful, winged flowers of pink, rose, white or crimson rise on long stems above distinctive, heart-shaped leaves that are often handsomely marked.Given cool growing conditions in a well-lighted spot out of direct sun, cyclamen can bloom for several months. Cool temperatures between 50 and 60 degrees are the key to making the flowers last longer. Cooler temperatures can generally be found at an east or north facing window during the winter. The soil should be kept moist, but the pots should not stand in water. Cyclamen are easily damaged from overwatering and under watering. Cyclamen are perennials with thick, tuberous roots, which can last for years. They require rest after blooming. Gradually withhold water until the leaves die back and do not water again for six weeks. New foliage will appear after watering resumes. Bright light and cool temperatures may produce a plant that will reflower. center_img Holiday Cactus There are three types of related species that look like Christmas cacti. They bloom at different times of the year and can be found in flower at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. All require bright sunlight and moderate moisture levels. South windows are excellent locations for holiday cactus. After the six weeks of blooming, remove spent flowers and apply a houseplant fertilizer. Holiday cacti can be grown outside in semi-shade locations. Stem pieces of three segments or more are easily propagated.Amaryllis, Easter lily and chrysanthemum are also popular holiday gift plants. The key to keeping them healthy is mainly common sense. Pay attention to the plant’s care label. All plants need water, but very few do well when left standing in it. Remove any decorative foil from around the pot or punch holes through it to promote good drainage. Most potted plants perform well with a biweekly or monthly feeding of a balanced houseplant fertilizer.last_img read more

first_imgDear EarthTalk: Radioactive rain recently fell in Massachusetts, likely due to Japan’s nuclear mess. Given the threats of radiation, wouldn’t it be madness now to continue with nuclear power? How can President Obama include nukes as part of a “clean energy” agenda? — Bill Mason, Hartford, CT In the wake of the Fukushima disaster in Japan, countries around the world that were growing more bullish on nuclear power are now reconsidering their future energy investments. Germany has shut down seven of its oldest nuclear reactors and is conducting safety studies on the remaining facilities; those that don’t make the grade could be closed permanently. Meanwhile, in earthquake-prone Chile some 2,000 demonstrators marched through the capital to protest their government’s enthusiasm for nuclear power. And China, the world’s fastest growing nuclear energy developer, has suspended the approval process on 50 nuclear power plants already on the drawing board, and begun inspections on 13 existing plants.But despite calls to shutter the U.S. nuclear program, President Obama remains committed to the industry despite his stated opposition to it pre-election. In December 2007, Obama told reporters at a campaign stop in Iowa: “Until we can make certain that nuclear power plants are safe…I don’t think that’s the best option,” adding that he was much more keen on solar, wind, biodiesel and other alternative fuels.According to investigative journalist Karl Grossman, Obama changed his tune on nuclear as soon as he took office, “talking about ‘safe, clean nuclear power’ and push[ing] for multi-billion dollar taxpayer subsidies for the construction of new nuclear plants.” Right away, Grossman says, Obama brought in nuclear advocate Steven Chu as energy secretary, and two White House aides that had been “deeply involved with…the utility operating more nuclear power plants than any other in the U.S., Exelon.”Undeterred by the Japanese nuclear disaster, Obama pledged just two weeks following the initial explosions at the Fukushima Dai-ichi facility that nuclear power should be revived in the U.S., as it provides “electricity without adding carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.” He added that he requested a comprehensive safety review by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to ensure the safety of existing facilities. “We’ll incorporate those conclusions and lessons from Japan in designing and building the next generation of [nuclear] plants,” Obama added.But just because nuclear energy isn’t a fossil fuel doesn’t make it green, given the ongoing risk of radioactivity. Also, reports the non-profit Beyond Nuclear, “Nuclear power is counterproductive to efforts to address climate change effectively and in time…funding diverted to new nuclear power plants deprives real climate change solutions, like solar, wind and geothermal energy, of essential resources.” Indeed, if policymakers were able to divert the hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies to the U.S. nuclear industry every year to solar, wind and geothermal developers, there is no telling how quickly we could innovate our way to sustainable non-polluting energy independence and put the specter of nuclear power that much further in our rearview mirror. But it looks like as long as Obama remains in office, nuclear will remain a big part of our near term energy future, damn the torpedoes. 1 2last_img read more

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first_imgAs part of America Saves Week, NAFCU is highlighting the efforts of member credit unions with strong financial education programs that encourage members to save and strengthen their personal finances. Today, see how Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (Chadds Ford, Pa.) is preparing younger generations to successfully handle finances.FMFCU supports education and financial literacy through The Berenstain Bears Financial Literacy Program. Developed exclusively by FMFCU in coordination with The Berenstain Bears writers, FMFCU took its commitment to financial literacy nationwide as it established the Credit Union Network for Financial Literacy to allow credit unions around the country to offer the program.The Berenstain Bears Financial Literacy Program encourages an early introduction into financial literacy by teaching age-appropriate money management concepts and using hands-on learning activities to share the benefits of credit union membership and good financial decision making with children aged 5-12.FMFCU in 2013 established Bear Country Credit Union and provides financial assistance for school field trips to the financial literacy center; thousands of students visit every year. In addition, FMFCU certified educators visit schools to help teachers educate students on the “Save, Share, Spend, Earn” concept. After completing the lesson, students visit FMFCU and Bear Country Credit Union – a 1,100 square foot interactive financial literacy center – to learn more with a hands-on experience about credit unions and money management. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr When governments ordered businesses to shut their doors in March, the stock market fell off a cliff. Private investors withdrew their capital from volatile assets and decided to sit on cash until the markets calmed down. To stimulate the economy and prevent it from collapsing, the Fed lowered interest rates to the rock bottom. In turn, the government supported taxpayers through a variety of monetary measures.As a result, technology stocks rallied, and bank accounts became more and more flush with deposits. All these events put two big pressures on credit unions, which now have to:deploy more capital quickly—that is, make loans, andmove their business and member engagement online to meeting rising demand for digital service delivery.These are not unknown challenges to CU leaders. However, never before did the world change so much so quickly. Leaders had to send their teams home for work, find new ways to deploy capital and compress half a decade of digital transformation into 12 months. continue reading »last_img read more