SIGN UP Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! Email* We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Horse Sport Enews The Canadian Show Jumping Team, comprised of Yann Candele, Tiffany Foster, Jill Henselwood and Ian Millar, finished in third place in the Nations’ Cup competition held Friday, May 11, at CSIO 4* Linz, AUT, held from May 10-13.Henselwood, riding George, finished in ninth place in the 80,000 € Linz Ebelsberg Sprehe Grand Prix, while Ian Millar and Star Power were fourth in the 23,000 € Qualifier Grand Prix and Tiffany Foster was first in the 3,000 € Group B Against the Clock riding Vitesse.All the results from CSIO 4* Linz are available at http://www.linzerpferdefestival.at/. Tags: Yann Candele, Jill Henselwood, Ian Millar, Tiffany Foster, Star Power, George, Vitesse, More from Horse Sport:Christilot Boylen Retires From Team SportAfter an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CancelledFor only the second time in its history, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled but plans are being made for some virtual competitions.Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Statement on 2020 EventAs the Province of Ontario starts to reopen, The Royal’s Board and staff will adhere to all recommendations put forward by government and health officials.Government Financial Assistance for Ontario FarmersOntario Equestrian has recently released this update of several financial assistance packages available, including those for farm business.
Glendora Police DepartmentBy MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(GLENDORA, Calif.) — Officers in Los Angeles County arrested and released a suspect three times in one day after he was repeatedly let go based on the zero-bail policy that California has put into effect due to the coronavirus pandemic, police said.The policy is intended to keep the jail population lower due to COVID-19 concerns, officials say. On Wednesday, officers responded to a call of a man attempting to break into a vehicle in the city of Glendora, in the San Gabriel Valley. According to the police, Dijon Landrum, 24, was allegedly attempting to drive away in the stolen vehicle.Landrum was arrested, issued a citation and released, officers said.About an hour after Landrum was released, the department said it received a call about a man allegedly taking items from residences’ front yards. The responding officers allegedly found Landrum at the scene in possession of stolen items.The officers issued Landrum a citation and recovered the property.Later that night, a car was reported stolen out of a parking lot. Glendora officers tracked the car on the freeway in nearby La Puente, and the Los Angeles County Sheriffs and California Highway Patrol pursued the vehicle.Landrum was arrested in Pasadena for alleged possession of a stolen vehicle and for evading officers. He was issued a citation and released for the third time that day, police said.In early April, California’s Judicial Council temporarily set bail at zero for most misdemeanors and lower-level felonies to reduce jail populations and limit the spread of COVID-19 during the coronavirus pandemic. Glendora Police Department officials said they were acting in accordance with the policy. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThe most powerful team of Asia, Qatari El Jaish Sports Club, going strongly towards first title in the season in the national Championship. Team coached by Spaniard Toni Gerona won seven matches at the start of the Qatari league including derby encounter with Lekhwiya 29:23 (16:14).STANDINGS:1 El-JAISH El-JAISH 21 – 72 LEKHWIYA LEKHWIYA 19 – 73 Al-GHARAFA Al-GHARAFA 18 – 74 Al-QIYADA Al-QIYADA 16 – 75 Al-RAYYAN Al-RAYYAN 13 – 66 Al-ARABI Al-ARABI 13 – 77 QATARSC QATARSC 13 – 78 Al-SADD (QAT) Al-SADD (QAT) 12 – 79 Al-WAKRH Al-WAKRH 11-610 Al-SHAMAL Al-SHAMAL 11 -711 Al-AHLI Al-AHLI 10-712 Al-KHOR Al-KHOR 7-7PHOTO: El Jaish Sports Club website Related Items:el jaish sports club Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. ShareTweetShareShareEmail SENSATION IN JORDAN: Al Noor new champion of Asia! El Jaish president Khalid Saif Al Kuwari: We think about future of Qatari handball Click to comment Recommended for you El Jaish only team on 100% in Qatar
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Who pays for Davie’s end of the deal? The town’s taxpayers, Starkey said. “There are so many municipalities in South Florida,” Truex said. “So if we start charging Pembroke Pines residents, do they start charging us when we go into their city limits?” “It’s a last-ditch effort to raise money in case the state comes down on us like a sledgehammer,” said Vice Mayor Bryan Caletka, an opponent. “It doesn’t really matter to me if it’s a Davie resident or an alien resident. It seems like you’re kicking a person while they’re down. They just had an accident and you’re going to charge them for having our police and fire come out to help them.” “It’s not a Florida-only phenomenon,” said Neal, noting that other municipalities in the nation have imposed or considered similar fees. Adam Shores, an Allstate Insurance Co. spokesman based in St. Petersburg, called the practice unfair, comparing the fees to a hidden tax. Councilwoman Susan Starkey said she favors the plan as a way to recover the cost of all the accidents the town must respond to. The fee would apply only to the driver cited in the accident. If several drivers were cited, they would split the bill. Uninsured motorists and drivers who successfully fought the citations in court would not be charged. Nonresidents who refused to pay the fee would risk damaging their credit reports, a town consultant said. Because Davie is bordered by several major highways, including Interstate 595 and I-75, the Florida Turnpike and State Road 84, its fire and police departments are often the first responders to accidents on those roads, Starkey said. A mutual aid agreement with neighboring cities such as Cooper City and Sunrise requires the town’s public safety departments to respond to crashes outside its limits, and the town receives help when needed from the neighbors. Interim Town Attorney James Cherof told council members he would review the ordinance to ensure it does not attract court challenges. “For it to be legal, it would have to apply equally to everyone,” said Chris Neal, a spokesman for State Farm Insurance Co. in Winter Haven. “In the state of Florida, you can’t discriminate based on the type of insurance you have or where you live.” On Wednesday, Mayor Tom Truex said although he voted for the proposal, he still wasn’t convinced it’s best for the town. Insurance companies aren’t keen on the idea. But cities such as Winter Park and Toledo, Ohio, have embraced the practice of charging user fees after accidents. Tampa and major cities such as Boston and Detroit are researching the idea, Moore said. A proposal tentatively approved by Town Council members last week would let the town bill insurance companies of residents and nonresidents. Should a resident’s insurance company refuse to pay the claim, the town would write off the charge. But nonresidents would get a bill. Davie Police Chief John George referred questions about the fee proposal to Fire Chief Donald DiPetrillo. The fire chief could not be reached for comment despite three phone messages. The average fee, which does not include ambulance transport fees, would start at $600 for fire service and $240 for police, with increases based on time and equipment used, said Regina Moore, president of Cost Recovery Corp., the Ohio-based firm hired to help implement the plan. She estimated that if both police and fire-rescue responded, the average bill would come to $840. The fees would also apply when Davie responded to accidents outside town limits. DAVIE, Fla. Passing through? Better drive carefully. The measure would bring in an estimated $750,000 a year to town coffers. It was approved 3-1, with Caletka voting no; Councilman Michael Crowley did not vote. A second vote is expected later this month. Local governments already budget for public safety using taxpayers’ money, Shores said. “When you have municipalities that want to pass the costs of these services onto insurers, those costs are going to get passed onto consumers. So you have people paying twice for the same service.” Radnor Township, near Philadelphia, imposed such a fee in 2006, then ended the program in February after months of bad publicity. “Our residents won’t be the ones who scream about this,” she added. “They feel they are unfairly funding services for people who don’t live in the town.” Davie joins a number of cities in Florida and around the country that have embraced the practice or are considering similar fees. In one instance, a Pennsylvania township imposed the fee, then dropped it because of negative publicity. Davie may soon impose fees on motorists cited in traffic accidents on state highways and county roads. Proponents say the fee would help recoup the cost of the town’s police and fire services at a time municipalities are bracing for state-imposed tax cuts.
LANCASTER, Pa. – Authorities say a man is dead after an accident involving a piece of construction equipment at a central Pennsylvania power plant. Lissette Santana, a spokeswoman for PPL, says he was an employee of a Chicago-based construction company. The Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era reports the victim was doing excavation work to make room for the expansion of the plant. Santana said she couldn’t give any other details about the accident. She says the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating and work on the project has been stopped. The Lancaster County coroner’s office says it happened around 8 a.m. Thursday at the PPL plant in Holtwood. Fifty-nine-year-old Bruce Hardy, of Bainbridge, was pronounced dead at the scene. Information from: Intelligencer Journal, http://www.lancasteronline.com/pages/paper/sundaynews/
Electric scooter injuries have surged along with their popularity in the United States, nearly tripling over four years, researchers said in a study published Wednesday. “Improved rider safety measures and regulation” are clearly needed, the researchers said. Media reports have linked the stand-up electric scooters with more than a dozen U.S. deaths within the past few years. Nearly 40,000 broken bones, head injuries, cuts and bruises resulting from scooter accidents were treated in U.S. emergency rooms from 2014 through 2018, the research showed. The scooter injury rate among the general U.S. population climbed from 6 per 100,000 to 19 per 100,000. Most occurred in riders aged 18 to 34, and most injured riders weren’t hospitalized. ___ FILE – In this May 28, 2019, file photo, a man on a scooter passes a parked scooter along the Mission Beach boardwalk in San Diego. Electric scooter injuries have surged along with their popularity in the United States, nearly tripling over four years, researchers said in a study published Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File) FILE – In this May 28, 2019, file photo, a man on a scooter passes a parked scooter along the Mission Beach boardwalk in San Diego. Electric scooter injuries have surged along with their popularity in the United States, nearly tripling over four years, researchers said in a study published Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File) For the study published in JAMA Surgery, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, analyzed U.S. government data on nonfatal injuries treated in emergency rooms. “Scooters promote active commuting,” could help spur wider public transit use and could lead to less traffic congestion, said lead author Dr. Benjamin Breyer. “We hope to raise awareness that riders should wear helmets and ride safely.” The Associated Press Health and Science Department receives support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Department of Science Education. The AP is solely responsible for all content. The trend follows the emergence of rental companies in cities around the world that let customers rent scooters through smartphone apps and drop them off anywhere in the same city. Some cities have adopted nighttime bans and other restrictions amid rising injuries and complaints about scooters traveling or parked on sidewalks.
The middle building is 1968 Shawnee Mission Parkway. The buildings on either side have been purchased by Karbank Real Estate.Mission Woods is at least temporarily holding off on a condemnation proceeding it had set in motion against a building on Shawnee Mission Parkway, one of the few commercial buildings in the small city. The city earlier entered into an agreement with an adjacent property owner, Karbank Real Estate, to help fund the condemnation of the neighbor’s building.Register to continue
WDAF’s Abby Eden emceed the ceremony, which brought together cancer survivors. Photo credit Shawnee Mission Health.Shawnee Mission Health and the Village Shops “Light the Town Pink” for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Shawnee Mission Health and The Village Shops teamed up last week for the fifth annual “Light the Town Pink” event to mark the start of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. WDAF’s Abby Eden and breast cancer survivors who were treated at Shawnee Mission Health helped flip the switch on the pink lights outlining the Village Shops buildings. “This event encourages our community’s support of building and maintaining awareness about the necessary steps in early and proactive disease detection,” said Robin Harrold, vice president of ambulatory development for Shawnee Mission Health. “Our goal is to emphasize the importance of regular mammograms and self- breast exams. When we commit to supporting early detection, and when the disease is caught early, the five- year survival rate is 99 percent.”Mayoral forum for PV candidates on environmental issues coming Wednesday. The Prairie Village Environment/Recycling Committee will host a forum for mayoral candidates Eric Mikkelson and Serena Schermoly on environmental issues on Wednesday, Oct. 3. The forum will be from 7 to 8 p.m. at city hall and moderated by the Shawnee Mission Post. You can find more information here.
Zappiti has added software drivers for home automation systems from Crestron, Savant, ProControl, RTI, Logitech/Harmony and most recently, Control4. Once the IP and IR codes of a chosen driver have been downloaded into the home automation processor, the Zappiti media player is able to function as part of a complete smart home ecosystem, enabling end-users to manage and control their movie libraries from a third-party home control interface.Most of the drivers are free to download and use as “lite” versions that allow users to command a Zappiti player from a third-party remote, keypad or app.The Zappiti options are available to download here: http://www.zappiti.us.com/downloads