The WVU Heart and Vascular Institute and Service Lineprovides care across a wide geographic area. The HVI has a clinicalpresence in WV, PA, OH, MD, and VA, with its flagship located in anew 10-story, $300 million dollar tower in Morgantown, WV. This isthe academic home to WVU’s efforts in leading cardiovascularquality and research, clinical education, outreach and statewideprogram development. The WVU HVI Division of Cardiology provides afull spectrum of quaternary services from advanced heart failureand EP services to transcatheter LAA occlusion, TAVR and TMVR, withparticipation in several clinical trials, including earlyfeasibility investigation. Build your legacy as you serve, teach, learn and make a differencefrom day one. To apply, please submit your CV directly to KelliPiccirillo, Physician Recruiter, [email protected] and visit http://wvumedicine.org/heart/for more information. Cardiology Division Chief at the WVU Heart & VascularInstituteThe West Virginia University Heart and Vascular Institute (HVI)are seeking national applicants for the position of Chief, Divisionof Cardiology, Department of Medicine, WVU Heart and VascularInstitute, West Virginia University. This leader will join therapidly expanding HVI and help guide a progressive and robustDivision of imagers, interventionalists, electrophysiologists andclinicians on a state-wide mission of innovation to elevate accessof cardiovascular services to all citizens of West Virginia andsurrounding regions. We seek applicants who hold an MD, MD/PhD or DO degree (foreigneducational equivalent accepted) with board certification orequivalent in cardiovascular disease, interventional cardiology, orelectrophysiology. Candidates should be at an Associate Professorrank or higher and be eligible to obtain an unrestricted WestVirginia medical license at the time of employment. At the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, you’ll join a renownedteam of cardiovascular and thoracic surgeons, medical andinterventional cardiologists, interventional radiologists,cardiovascular anesthesiologists, researchers and others making anextraordinary difference in the lives of patients not only locally,but across our entire state and beyond. Ours is a collaborativeatmosphere that allows you to practice advanced medicine in ahighly satisfying academic environment.WVU Medicine is West Virginia University’s affiliated healthsystem, West Virginia’s largest private employer, and a nationalleader in patient safety and quality. The WVU Health System iscomprised of fourteen member hospitals, others under managementagreements, anchored by its flagship hospital, J.W Ruby MemorialHospital in Morgantown, a 700+ bed academic medical center thatoffers tertiary and quaternary care. WVU Medicine has more than1,000 active medical staff members and 18,000 employees who servehundreds of thousands of people each year from across the state ofWest Virginia and the nation. Morgantown, West Virginia is located just over an hour southof Pittsburgh, PA and three hours from Washington, D.C. andBaltimore, MD. Morgantown is consistently rated as one of the bestsmall metropolitan areas in the country for both lifestyle andbusiness climate. The area offers the cultural diversity andamenities of a large city in a safe, family-friendly environment.There is also an excellent school system and an abundance ofbeautiful homes and recreational activities. WVU is an AA/EO employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – andis the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals withDisabilities.Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided byOFCCP here .The contractor will not discharge or in any other mannerdiscriminate against employees or applicants because they haveinquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay ofanother employee or applicant. However, employees who have accessto the compensation information of other employees or applicants asa part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay ofother employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwisehave access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is(a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtheranceof an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including aninvestigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with thecontractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR60-1.35(c)
DESSERTS company Vittles Desserts is planning to expand its bakery in Leicester from 10,000sq ft to 14,000sq ft in the next 18 months. The £2.5m turnover company needs more space, primarily due to increased demand on the cheesecake side of its business, MD Martin Zalesny told British Baker. Vittles Desserts supplies coffee shops and own-label for foodservice customers including Booker and Delice de France.DURING March, April and May, ADM Milling will be offering users of its Bakers Mixes confectionery range a promotional competition. With a first prize of a family break to Alton Towers and runners-up prizes, the competition includes a complimentary point-of-sale pack.
Lees Foods has seen its year-on-year pre-tax profit increase more than two-fold from £379,000 in 2008 to £843,000 in 2009.The Coatbridge-based firm also enjoyed a 13% sales rise to £18.2m in its final results for the year ended 31 December 2009. Gross profit was up 15% to £5.8m.Chief executive Clive Miquel commented that sales during the first quarter of 2010 were slightly ahead of the same period in 2009.He said the company had grown sales of its existing range of teacakes, snowballs, confectionery, ice cream cones and meringues, as well as introducing new products, and entering new markets with existing retail customers in the UK. It also started exporting to customers in Kuwait, France, the USA and Australia.”During the year we invested further in our production facilities, including the purchase of a new meringue depositor, which gives us increased capacity and greater flexibility in our meringue production,” said Miquel.”We have a planned programme of capital investment over the next three years, which includes the installation of new ovens during the first half of 2010. While we are focusing on organic growth we will look at complementary acquisition opportunities if and when these arise,” he added.
Facebook Twitter (Source: https://goo.gl/apvBBL/ License: https://goo.gl/VAhsB) It was back in March of 2018 that police were called to an apartment in Nappanee for a child in need of medical attention. What they found was a young child that had pieces of his scalp missing, visible injuries to his face, multiple breaks in both arms, and broken arm sockets. They say he was also underweight and malnourished.43-year-old Jammy Stacy was given the maximum sentence for the neglect charge against her. The child’s biological mother left him with Stacy for five months straight before police were called.The mother was also sentenced in the case. Read more here with InkFreeNews WhatsApp Previous articleGoshen man arrested for spitting on cop and hospital security officerNext articleElkhart woman charged with arson after home fire Brooklyne Beatty WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Pinterest Facebook Google+ IndianaLocalNews Elkhart woman sentenced in child abuse case By Brooklyne Beatty – September 2, 2020 0 417 Google+
With an inclement weather of Hurricane Matthew threatening the Southeast, the upcoming Mustang Music Festival in Corolla, NC has been forced to cancel their event. The festival was to feature sets from moe, Lettuce, G. Love & Special Sauce, Yonder Mountain String Band and so many more, but the state of emergency in North Carolina is apparently too concerning to overcome.The festival made the announcement with the following open letter to the fans:A word from our Producer: “It is with immense sadness we have to cancel the 6th Annual Mustang Music Festival. After sleepless nights, consultations from local and regional officials, we have determined that proceeding further in our production is hazardous and unsafe for our patrons, crew and performers. While the forecast for Hurricane Matthew has improved over the past few hours, there is still much uncertainty to its effects. North Carolina is under a State of Emergency and evacuations of the the North Carolina coast are still possible. All tickets will be purchased with a credit card will be refunded over the next 10-12 business days. Tickets purchased locally with cash will be refunded at the point of purchase beginning Tuesday, October 11.A major thank you to everyone that worked on trying to make my dream a reality. I’m hopeful to be able to recover from this setback and try again in the future.”We hope that everyone in the area remains safe, and that Mustang returns in full force next fall!
BUKU Music + Art Project is an annual New Orleans celebration that hosts a number of big-name musical acts each year. In 2018, the festival will return to N’awlins on March 9th and 10th, taking over Mardi Gras World in downtown New Orleans. While the final phase of talent for the rest of the festival will be revealed after the new year, today, BUKU has announced its second phase of line up additions.Topping the new artists include Atlanta trip-hop trio Migos, in addition to some favorites such as Little Dragon, Bonobo, Jai Wolf, The Russ Liquid Test, Jay Electronica, and an exciting collaboration between Ganja White and Boogie T. These additions join previously announced acts such as Bassnectar, MGMT, SZA, Sylvan Esso, and more. You can check out the full lineup thus far below, and snag tickets on BUKU’s website here.
By Brad HaireUniversity of GeorgiaU.S. tobacco companies recently announced they will buy less tobacco in 2003 than they did in 2002. But Georgia farmers will probably plant more of the crop, says a University of Georgia expert.The companies said they intend to buy 283.3 million pounds of tobacco in 2003, around 26.6 million pounds, or 9.4 percent, less than their 2002 intention.Cigarette makers are required to report each year to the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture how much flue-cured tobacco they intend to buy from U.S. auction markets and producers.Less Quota?The intentions could reduce the U.S. tobacco quota, the amount of tobacco that farmers can grow and get government support prices for, by as much as 6 percent to 9 percent, said J. Michael Moore, a tobacco agronomist with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.The USDA includes the companies’ buying intentions in a formula that calculates the U.S. tobacco quota each year. The formula also considers the U.S. export average over three years and the reserve supply of the Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative, the farmer-owned co-op that runs the federal tobacco program.The formulas and business of tobacco can get complicated, Moore said. But the announcement doesn’t necessarily mean less tobacco in Georgia next year. In fact, due to poor growing conditions in 2002, tobacco acreage could increase in Georgia in 2003.Missed QuotaDrought, insects and disease devastated the 2002 Georgia tobacco crop. So Georgia farmers didn’t grow all the quota pounds they were allowed to grow in 2002.Georgia growers could have sold 60.7 million pounds in 2002. But they were only able to grow and sell 52.4 million pounds, or 86 percent of their quota, Moore said. Under the current tobacco program, Georgia farmers could make up the 14 percent difference with the 2003 crop.”Without the underproduction in 2002, growers would be looking at a smaller crop next year,” he said.Georgia farmers planted about 28,000 acres of tobacco in 2002. Their gross tobacco farm-gate income was $96.5 million, about $15 million less than in 2001. Growers got about $1.84 per pound, or about 2 cents below the 2001 average.Catch up Quota”Because growers in Georgia will be trying to play catch-up again this year, they will be producing a slightly larger effective quota in 2003 than in 2002,” he said. But how much larger isn’t certain.As part of the tobacco quota formula, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman has the statutory discretion to raise or lower the quota by as much as 3 percent.The future of the federal tobacco program is in question, Moore said. Industry officials are debating a quota buyout, which would end the program. But Moore said he doesn’t see this happening before the 2003 crop is planted.Over the past two years, growers have increasingly contracted and sold directly to tobacco companies and bypassed the traditional tobacco auctions. This calls for adjustments in how tobacco is handled in the U.S. market.”It’s pretty negative out there now,” Moore said. “Nobody knows for sure where the industry is going.”
Each year, five plants that grow well in Georgia have the chance to win gold. And during this first year of the new decade, the winners are spectacular.This year’s Georgia Gold Medal winners have all proven their worth and are ready to add beauty to landscapes across the state.The 2010 winners, by category, are: summer annual – Diamond Frost Euphorbia; herbaceous perennial – Butterfly Weed; evergreen groundcover – Angelina Stonecrop; evergreen shrub – Limelight hydrangea; and deciduous tree – Ogon Dawn Redwood.Selection processEach year an elite group of green industry and academic professionals from across Georgia select outstanding ornamental plants in five categories, said University of Georgia Cooperative Extension horticulturist Gary Wade. But only one plant in each category can earn the plant selection committee’s coveted gold medal.The committee is made up of nurserymen, flower growers, botanists, landscape designers, garden center managers, Master Gardeners and University of Georgia horticulturists. First presented in 1993, the awards promote the production, sale and use of superior landscape plants.“The nominees are judged on a strict list of criteria including pest tolerance, ease of maintenance, survivability, seasonal interest and availability,” Wade said. “The list of nominees is long and the selection process is tedious, but in the end, all on the committee agree that the plants chosen are deserving of their gold medal designation.” 2010 winnersThe 2010 Gold Medal plants are all worthy of their distinguished titles. Diamond Frost Euphorbia is an easy-to-grow annual that blooms non-stop from spring until fall frost.Butterfly Weed is a native herbaceous perennial that attracts butterflies like magnets with its florescent orange blooms.Angelina Stonecrop sedum is a tough-as-nails groundcover with golden yellow foliage and bright orange summer flowers.Limelight hydrangea, the shrub winner, will light up a neighborhood with its large chartreuse panicles on strong upright stems.Last but not least, Ogon Dawn Redwood, the 2010 tree selection, has unique golden foliage that glows in the summer sun and is the perfect choice for pond edges, parks and large public spaces.To learn more about the Georgia Gold Medal program, visit www.georgiagoldmedalplants.org.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Jonathan Williams:The Norwegian sovereign wealth fund divested 73 companies last year due to environmental or governance concerns, with a company’s level of carbon emissions responsible for the largest share of equity sales.Arguing that companies with high carbon emissions, either as a direct result of their operations or due to activities of their supply chain, were at greater regulatory risk than lower-emitting companies, the NOK7.1trn (€733bn) Government Pension Fund Global sold its stakes in 42 firms.The divestment brings to 66 the number of companies sold due to their carbon footprint and sees the category account for more than one-third of the 187 companies excluded by Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) on risk grounds.Full article: Norwegian oil fund divests 73 companies on environmental risk grounds Norwegian Pension Fund Divests From 73 Companies
3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Tennessee federal prosecutors indicted two men who were allegedly involved in the armed bank extortion of Y-12 Federal Credit Union in Oak Ridge in April, the SmartBank in Knoxville in July and the Northeast Community Credit Union in Elizabethton in October.Following a police chase in North Carolina on Nov. 25, Michael Anthony Benanti, 43, of Lake Harmony, Pa., and Brian Scott Witham, 45, of Waterville, Maine, were arrested by the North Carolina State Highway Patrol and other local authorities. continue reading »