Facebook EEI President Tom Kuhn said while the initial priority will be safety and power restoration, workers are also assessing overall damage to the energy infrastructure where they can. Previous articleMoundsville Power Plant Development Faces DelayNext articleCalpine to Acquire Noble Americas Energy Solutions chloecox “The mutual assistance network is truly a hallmark of our industry,” said Kuhn. Nearly 30,000 workers are working to restore electricity to approximately 1.2 million customers of Edison Electric Institute member companies, the organization reported this weekend. As of Monday, Duke has 550,000 customers without power, down from a peak of 680,000 on Sunday. Linkedin Twitter TAGSConEd All told, over 3.2 million customers of EEI member companies were impacted. 10.10.2016 Power Plant Restoration Continues After Hurricane Matthew Optimizing Plant Performance: The April POWERGEN+ series activates today “While Hurricane Matthew has gone out to sea, conditions remain hazardous in many locations,” he said. “In some communities, flooding and downed trees have made roads impassable, creating challenges in the effort to assess damages.” RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By Editors of Power Engineering However, full power restoration may take some time. Duke Energy officials said that their utility alone has nearly 12,000 workers in the field in North Carolina, with half of them brought in from other companies, though full restoration might take a week. Ex-New York power market CEO named interim ERCOT CEO O&M In addition to having workers deployed 24 hours a day, the industry’s mutual assistance networks have been activated, and company requests for restoration workers have been fulfilled. Facebook By chloecox – Twitter Vistra: Texas freeze caused $1.6B negative cash flow impact Linkedin No posts to display
NYPD(NEW YORK) — New York City police released images Friday of a person they are looking for “in connection” to the killing of an 18-year-old Barnard College student, in hopes that the public can help locate him.Authorities did not identify the boy and only described him as someone “in connection with this incident.”Tessa Majors was fatally stabbed on Dec. 11, near the private women’s liberal arts college in Upper Manhattan.Authorities have initiated an “all-hands-on-deck” search for a 14-year-old boy after he allegedly bolted from a car while he was on his way to turn himself in earlier this week, according to police sources.NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison told ABC News he “confident” the teen will be tracked down.Another teenager, a 13-year-old boy, has been arrested and charged with murder, though police do not believe he is the killer of Majors.The 13-year-old told detectives that he saw one of his companions stab the college student with a red-handled knife, according to police testimony in family court.Anyone with information in regard to the identity of the male is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) StudiesProgram at Colgate University invites applications for a one-yearvisiting assistant professor position in LGBTQ Studies beginningfall semester 2021. The LGBTQ Studies Program is seeking candidateswho will teach gender and sexuality studies courses at both theintroductory and upper division level.Colgate strives to be a community supportive of diverseperspectives and identities. We strongly encourage applicationsfrom candidates who can demonstrate through their teaching,research, and service that they can contribute to the diversity andexcellence of our community. Teaching and/or researchspecialization in one or more of the following fields is preferred:issues of LGBTQ health and wellness, trans* studies, andSTEM-related approaches to LGBTQ studies. Completion of Ph.D. isexpected prior to or shortly after the date of hire. A degree orcertificate in Gender Studies, Sexuality Studies, or Queer Studiesis preferred. Prior teaching experience required. Ideal candidateswill be able to teach electives in their areas of specialization.The successful candidate may be expected to participate inall-university programs, including the Liberal Arts CoreCurriculum.Review of applications will begin March 31, 2021 and continue untilthe position is filled. Complete application includes: coverletter, C.V., diversity/inclusivity statement, and names ofindividuals who would be prepared to submit reference letters at alater date. Following initial review, candidates may also be askedto supply evidence of teaching effectiveness and teachingstatement. Candidates should describe in their application howtheir approach to teaching and scholarship might support theuniversity’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.Materials must be submitted through https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/18207 . Applicantswith dual-career considerations can find postings of otheremployment opportunities at Colgate and at other institutions ofhigher education in upstate New York at https://upstate-ny.hercjobs.org/jobsIt is the policy of Colgate University not to discriminate againstany employee or applicant for employment on the basis of theirrace, color, creed, religion, age, sex, pregnancy, national origin,marital status, disability, protected veterans status, sexualorientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information,being or having been victims of domestic violence or stalking,familial status, or any other categories covered by law. ColgateUniversity is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.Candidates from historically underrepresented groups, women,persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged toapply. Colgate University is a highly selective liberal artsuniversity of 2900 students in central New York state. Colgatefaculty are committed to excellence in both teaching andscholarship.Further information about the LGBTQ Studies Program can be found athttp://www.colgate.edu/academics/departments-and-programs/lgbtq-studies
AVAILABLE: Immediately. Applications will be accepted until the positionis filled, with teaching responsibilities beginning August2021. SALARY/RANK: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. This is atenure track position. QUALIFICATIONS: Doctoral degree preferred, ABD near completion will beconsidered. Position requires experience in biology andenvironmental science. Candidate should possess strong analyticaland communication skills and should demonstrate an ability to workcollaboratively and effectively with students and with otherinstructors. Teaching experience, demonstrated organizationalskills, and the ability to work independently are also stronglydesired. RESPONSIBILITIES: This is a 9-month position with teaching responsibilities in theBiology and Environmental Science programs. The successfulcandidate will teach lecture and lab components of Ecology,Zoology, Environmental Science and General Biology. Experience in Aquatic Biology preferred. In addition, thecandidate will assist with student recruitment and serve as aresearch mentor and academic advisor. THEUNIVERSITY: Waynesburg University is a Christian higher education institutionoffering undergraduate and graduate programs both on the WaynesburgCampus and in adult centers in the Pittsburgh region. Directed byits Christian values, the University provides opportunities forscholarship, leadership and service to all of our students throughan academic foundation for life-long learning and compassionatecontribution to others. Special care is taken to employ people whoembody the values and perspectives of the institution in theirteaching, their personal lives, and their relationships withstudents. Serving more than 1700 students, the University is amember of the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities(APCU). For further information, please refer to the respective webpage.APPLICATION PROCESS: Candidates must submit a CV (resume)and letter of interest, along with a written statement thatarticulates how the candidate intends to demonstrate his/herChristian faith through 1) The Mission of the University, 2)Integrating faith and learning in the classroom, 3) the mentoringof students. Also include the names, addresses, emails, and phonenumbers of five references. Include transcripts (copies areacceptable initially). Apply to:Human Resources OfficeWaynesburg University51 W. College St.Waynesburg, PA 15370 Email:[email protected]
The Department of Biological Sciences invites applications for aone-year, full-time Instructor (non-tenure track) beginning inAugust 2021 for subject to final budgetary approval. We aresearching for an individual who will be able to contribute tointroductory majors’ courses in the area of genetics,cellular/molecular biology, and non-majors’ courses in the corecurriculum. Typical teaching load is 12 credit hours for persemester.Applicants should have a MS in biology or related field (Ph.D./ABDpreferred), a strong commitment to undergraduate education, and aninterest in contributing to building an inclusive learningenvironment for an increasingly diverse student population.Candidates will be asked to provide evidence to their commitmentfor diversity and inclusion.Applicants should submit a single complete PDF document consistingof a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teachinginterests and philosophy, a list of three potential references(including one from the candidate’s current position), andunofficial transcripts to Dr. Chris Stobart ( [email protected] ) Letters of recommendation will berequested in the event of an interview. Evaluation of applicationswill begin immediately upon receipt.Butler University is an equal opportunity employer. We celebratediversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and equitableenvironment for all employees. We welcome applications from allindividuals, regardless of age, gender, gender identity, sex, race,religion, color, disability, protected veteran status, sexualorientation, national origin, or any other legally protectedcategory.
William Randolph Hearst, Marion Davies and 7 Upper Drive (Getty, Douglas Elliman)A mansion once owned by William Randolph Hearst has hit the market for $2.2 million, according to the New York Post.The manse on Long Island’s North Shore was built in 1906 outside the BeauxArts Casino, now known as the Bay Club. The 52-year-old publishing mogul is said to have bought the home around 1917 for his then-20-year-old mistress, Marion Davies. While the couple spent time at the famous Hearst Castle on California’s coast, Davies lived in the Huntington Bay home until Hearst’s death in 1951.The main house has five bedrooms and there’s a two-bedroom guest house on the roughly 1-acre grounds. There’s an 800-bottle wine cellar, a billiard room, a wet bar and a wraparound veranda. [NYP] — Dennis Lynch This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Now
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Twitter Pinterest Facebook Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter IndianaLocalSouth Bend Market (Source: http://bit.ly/2dYj3XD License: http://bit.ly/2bBCs4m) A rally on Saturday in downtown South Bend raised chants of “Black Lives Matter” and called for unity and police reform in the city while sending a message to Mayor Pete Buttigieg.Activists, some local and some not, shared their own experiences with police brutality and read a list of demands that they hope will inspire change in the wake of the recent fatal officer-involved shooting of Eric Logan.Protesters carried signs that said “Justice for Eric Logan” and “Do The Right Thing Pete.”The protest began at the John R Hunt Plaza and participants then marched to the County City Building. One organizer said another event is being planned at the County City Building on August 3rd. Pinterest By Tommie Lee – July 15, 2019 1 287 Activists rally in South Bend Google+ Google+ Previous articleReport: Indiana’s college graduation rates are on the riseNext articleElkhart man with a history of robbery gets 47 years for latest spree Tommie Lee
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — A man is arrested Monday afternoon for allegedly stealing a College Station Fire Department ambulance following two separate accidents. College Station police have arrested 28-year-old Coty Joe Lohse of Bryan. He is being charged with first degree felony theft due to the value of the ambulance being approximately $250,000. College Station Police say the man stole a car in Bryan and was in an accident near Villa Maria Road and Wellborn Road. Police say the driver of the vehicle that was hit chased after the suspect. Click here to read the full story. Scroll down to watch the video.[script src=”http://KBTX.images.worldnow.com/interface/js/WNVideo.js?rnd=435580;hostDomain=ww2.KBTX.com;playerWidth=616;playerHeight=360;isShowIcon=true;clipId=8001051;flvUri=;partnerclipid=;adTag=News;advertisingZone=;enableAds=true;landingPage=;islandingPageoverride=false;playerType=STANDARD_EMBEDDEDscript;controlsType=fixed”]
By Ronnie HughesThe Orange LeaderNACOGDOCHES — Jack Dallas led a strong offensive attack to lead the West Orange-Stark Mustangs to a 45-21 win over the Kennedale Wildcats. After throwing three interceptions last week against Silsbee, Dallas roared back in Week 6 throwing for 264 yards and three total touchdowns (two pass, one rush).The WOS Chain Gang brought their usual stout defense as they held the Wildcats (2-3) to just 89 yards of offense through three quarters of play and only allowing five total first downs on the night. Despite the Wildcats being the first team to score an offensive point on the Mustangs (6-0), WOS has outscored their opponents a whopping 299-23 in 2016.The Mustangs took a good bit of the first quarter to find their groove offensively and were held scoreless in the opening quarter. After forcing the Wildcats to two straight three-and-outs the Mustangs drove 76 yards on 15 plays to tally the first score of the night. Jack Dallas faked a hand-off to the right, catching the defense leaning as he skipped around the left side for a 10-yard touchdown run. Following a botched extra-point the Mustangs led 6-0 with just over 11 minutes remaining in the second quarter. Kennedale, plagued by penalties in the first half, would struggle to find any answers against the Mighty Mustang defense. The Wildcats seemed to have found some life after picking up two first downs on their next possession, but again would be forced to punt after penalties and a big Mustang sack by Morris Joseph.Following a 2-for-7 start for Jack Dallas he would find his rhythm in the second quarter. Ronald Carter, who prior to this game has not caught a pass at wide receiver, grabbed three passes for 67 yards on the next Mustangs’ set of downs. He catapulted the Mustangs further out front after grabbing a fade route pass for a 40-yard touchdown. The Mustangs led 14-0 following a KJ Miller two-two-point conversion with 3:57 left in second quarter.The offensive woes continued for Kennedale. After their biggest play from scrimmage on a 24-yard run by Stafford the Wildcats would fumble the snap and Jalon Powdrill hopped on the loose ball to give the Mustangs the ball back with excellent field position.The Mustang offense quickly went to work. Jeremiah Shaw capped off a five- play 44-yard drive with an eight-yard touchdown run off the left side to push the lead to 21-0 with 1:57 remaining. Shaw finished the night with 115 total yards and three touchdowns. With three timeouts remaining and just under two minutes on the clock in the first half the Mustangs use all three timeouts to give their offense another shot. The clock read 1:11 as Jack Dallas managed to work his offense down to the red-zone. Chad Dallas would get the call with :03 on the clock and he knocked in a 30-yard field goal to give the Mustangs a 24-0 lead at the half. The Mustangs rolled up 264 yards of offense in the first half while holding the Wildcats to just 74 yards.The Wildcats received the second half kickoff. However, they were unable to swing any momentum their way as they again fumble the snap with Cory Skinner scooping up the ball for WOS. The Mustangs regained possession at midfield and again made quick work in just five plays with another Shaw touchdown as he would bounce outside for a 19-yard score giving Mustangs total control, 31-0.Another lackluster attempt by Kennedale would ensue the Mustang score as the Wildcats turned the ball over on downs. The speedy Miller helped make another quick possession for the Mustangs. Miller grabbed a screen pass from Dallas and took it 45 yards down inside the Wildcat 5. Shaw finished off the drive, slipping through the middle for a four-yard touchdown run. The Mustangs led 38-0 with under five to play in the third quarter. Miller finished a stellar night with 114 total yards from scrimmage.The Wildcats finally found some daylight with their wing-T running attack. Knowles split past the massive Mustang defensive lineman to break free for a 52- yard run which he’d cap off the drive with an eight yard touchdown run for the first touchdown scored on the Mustangs dating back to the State Championship game (25 quarters). The Cats’ narrowed the score to 38-7 entering the fourth quarter.Miller and Shaw combined for 48 yards on the next Stangs’ possession to set up a Jack Dallas nine-yard touchdown pass to BB Tezeno to essentially seal the deal, 45-7 with 8:57 remaining in the game.Kennedale however would not wave the white flag yet. They still had two scores left in them as they were able to expose a hole in the Mustang defense with Knowles rumbling for 90 yard touchdown and quarterback Jowers throwing a 45 yard touchdown pass to Stafford. The Wildcats trailed, 45-21 with under five minutes left in the game, but failed to get any closer as time expired. Knowles rushed for 197 yards on 15 carries with two touchdowns.The Mustangs will their district schedule starting next Friday playing host to the Hamshire-Fannett Longhorns (1-5). Last season the Mustangs gave up just three points in district play and with this season’s squad looking more stout, they just may not give up another point in the regular season in 2016.