National Tyre Services Limited (NTS.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2011 interim results for the half year.For more information about National Tyre Services Limited (NTS.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the National Tyre Services Limited (NTS.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: National Tyre Services Limited (NTS.zw) 2011 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileNational Tyre Services Limited is the largest distributor and retailer of new tyres and tubes for the automotive industry in Zimbabwe. Its focus is on re-lugging tyres used in the agricultural and earthmoving sector and the procurement of truck tyres for the Zimbabwe transport industry. Popular tyre brands sold by National Tyre Services include Dunlop, Firestone, Bridgestone, Yokohama, Pirelli, Bandag, Regal and Comforser. It offers products in its ranger catering for sedans, SUVs, off-road vehicles, light trucks and heavy-duty trucks and buses. Its service outlets deal with wheel alignment, wheel balancing, product support and inner tyre tubes. The company has a national footprint with 12 retail outlets in major towns and cities in Zimbabwe. The re-lugging factory is in Harare and Chiredzi and re-treading and procurement of truck tyres is done out of Harare and Bulawayo. National Tyre Services Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
Submit a Job Listing Rector Smithfield, NC Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Submit a Press Release Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Submit an Event Listing Director of Music Morristown, NJ Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Migrantes miran el incendio de los improvisados albergues y tiendas de “La Jungla” el tercer día de su evacuación y transferencia a centros de acogida en todo el país, como parte del desmantelamiento del campamento de Calais, Francia. 26 de octubre. Foto de Philippe Wojazer REUTERS.[Episcopal News Service] En diciembre pasado, acompañé a la deana de la catedral episcopal de la Santa Trinidad, en París, la Muy Rda. Lucinda Laird, y a un grupo de voluntarios de la catedral a visitar al campamentos de migrantes en Calais, conocido como “La Jungla”, o la mayor villamiseria de Francia.En francés, villamiseria se llama “bidonville” deriva de los bidones de gasolina que alguna vez solían llevarse en la parte trasera de los jeeps de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Una vez que los desechaban, [había gente que] los cortaban y con ellos fabricaban viviendas, junto con tablas, telas, planchas de plástico para los techos y cosas por el estilo. Hay muchos términos para describir esto. Una aglomeración de estos bidones se convierte en la “villa”, En otras palabras, un bidonville es un zona de tugurios fundada en las orillas de las ciudades. Hay muchos términos para llamar a estos pueblos hechos de desechos: favelas en Brasil, colonias populares en México, villamiserias en Argentina, poblaciones callampas en Chile, umjondolo (chabolas) en Sudáfrica, shammasas en Sudán, iskwaters en las Filipinas. Las villamiserias son ubicuas.Mientras caminaba a través del campamento de Calais ese día en medio de una lluvia torrencial, resbalando en el lodo gris, me acordaba de otros campamentos que había visitado y que habían sido enteramente creados por personas que se agrupaban. Los clásicos campamentos de refugiados que uno visita y que son construidos por gobiernos o por la ONU (tales como los que se preparan para recibir a las personas que huyen de Mosul) tienen un trazado lógico, como los campamentos militares de las legiones romanas. Las villamiserias, por el contrario, son orgánicas, por así decir. Se desarrollan a partir de la necesidad y se convierten en pequeñas ciudades, en pequeñas comunidades. Las ciudades de tiendas de Puerto Príncipe, en Haití, me vienen a la mente. Recuerdo haber visitado estas comunidades de tiendas después del terremoto de 2010. Estaban notablemente bien organizadas, confundiendo a los expertos en economía que había acudido a asesorar al gobierno.Una vista muestra los restos calcinados de improvisados albergues y tiendas en “La Jungla” al tercer día de la evacuación de migrantes y de su traslado a centros de acogida en distintos lugares de Francia, como parte del desmantelamiento del campamento de Calais, Francia, 26 de octubre. Foto de Pascal Rossignol/REUTERS.La jungla no era diferente, excepto que la población cambiaba continuamente. Tan mala como puede ser la vida en una villamiseria, esto era peor, porque tan pronto la gente se instalaba, tenía que irse. El caos que esto causaba se complicaba por los esfuerzos del Reino Unido de no darles entrada, porque toda esta gente estaba en Calais al objeto de cruzar el canal de La Mancha. En otras palabras, estaban en Francia ilegalmente, puesto que los solicitantes de asilo deben ir al país en el que buscan asilo. Una curiosidad es que el R.U. tiene, en alguna medida, soberanía sobre Calais, luego del Tratado de Touquet con Francia de 2002 adjunto a la utilización del túnel del Canal (también le da a Francia derechos en Dover, pero no hay problemas de migrantes allí). Vi kilómetros de costosas cercas de alta tecnología rematadas por relumbrantes alambres de púas, como una prisión, pagadas por el R.U.Y al igual que una prisión, La Jungla está rodeada por la policía nacional fuertemente armada, rudos agentes que regularmente se enfrentan con manifestantes en las calles de las ciudades francesas. Ellos intervienen regularmente en las peleas que surgen, o en lo incendios que accidental o deliberadamente se producen. Desde luego, estos improvisados habitáculos son muy inflamables, convirtiéndose fácilmente en una intensa llamarada.Ahora están desapareciendo, el gobierno francés ha decidido erradicar La Jungla para siempre. Mientras escribo esto, millares de personas están siendo trasladadas en autobuses por toda Francia. Van en pequeños grupos a los nuevos “centros de acogida y orientación”. El primer grupo de 10 se reportó que los habían dejado ayer en el pueblo de Chardonnay.Debido a mi experiencia como cofundador y presidente de la Asociación para ayudar a las Minorías del Oriente (Association d’entraide aux minorités d’Orient) [AEMO]— un ministerio de refugiados para personas amenazadas de muerte por razones de fe— soy muy consciente de lo que estos migrantes de Calais enfrentan ahora. En primer lugar, a uno se le concede “protección subsidiaria” durante dos años, lo cual incluye atención médica, un poco de dinero y un lugar para dormir, escuela para los niños y lecciones de francés. Luego uno tiene que presentar un caso para solicitar asilo político a la Oficina para la Protección de Refugiados y Apátridas (OFPRA). Te reúnes con un funcionario que escucha tu historia, usualmente a través de un intérprete, y luego algún tiempo después recibes la respuesta. Uno puede apelar una decisión negativa, y ocasionalmente se produce una revocación. La concesión de asilo significa comenzar una nueva vida, con un estipendio, un apartamento, atención médica, lecciones de francés, un permiso de trabajo y finalmente la nacionalidad francesa.Bomberos franceses trabajan cerca del incendio de albergues improvisados en “La Jungla” el tercer día de evacuación y traslado de migrantes a centros de recepción en Francia, como parte del desmantelamiento del campamento de Calais, Francia, 26 de octubre. Foto de Pascal Rossignol/REUTERS.Históricamente, Francia ha ocupado el primer o segundo lugar en el mundo entre las naciones que otorgan asilo. Algunas, como Arabia Saudita, no conceden ninguno. “La tierra del asilo” es una frase popular que describe a Francia, y muchos miles de personas se han beneficiado de ello durante décadas, hasta, en un momento, el escritor y activista político estadounidense Eldridge Cleaver. Pero los servicios de refugio se han extendido al máximo (AEMO ya no alberga a refugiados en los centros oficiales, los situamos con familias de acogida, que muy generosamente abren sus hogares a los refugiados por meses y meses). Con millares de ellos que quieren atravesar Francia para entrar en el R.U., el gobierno se ha visto atrapado en un dilema: ¿qué hacer con solicitantes ilegales de asilo que no pueden salir?El desmantelamiento de La Jungla se ha demorado mucho más del debido. Dejar entrar a menores en el R.U. a reunirse con sus familias ha tomado muchísimo más tiempo de lo que debía. Si bien la Iglesia de Inglaterra ha intentado cambiar la mentalidad de la gente —el arzobispo Justin Welby alberga a una familia de refugiados en el Palacio de Lambeth— la votación del Brexit ha hecho la acogida a los refugiados políticamente difícil. La política del temor en el R.U., combinada con la inercia del gobierno francés, ha resultado una calamidad hecha a medida para millares de personas que se quedaron en ese lodo frío y gris. ¿Qué será de ellos ahora que les ofrecen un lugar en un país que no quieren y que hasta ahora no les ha dado ninguna razón para quererlo? Los [británicos] que votaron por la “Salida” le dieron a los refugiados su respuesta: váyanse a cualquier parte menos aquí. Estos refugiados son las primeras bajas de la era de la “postverdad” en Gran Bretaña, donde hay vallas que mienten descaradamente anunciando la inminente llegada de 72 millones de turcos, aunque Turquía no está en la Unión Europea y ahora no tiene ninguna oportunidad de ingresar.Los héroes anónimos de la historia han sido los muchos abnegadísimos voluntarios y asociaciones que se empeñaron en mostrarles a los refugiados de La Jungla el rostro de la bondad, de la aceptación, de la acogida. Esto incluye a miembros de la catedral episcopal de París que han dado mucho movidos por la compasión. Enviamos camiones cargados de ropa, de calcetines, de mantas; hubo personas que apoyaron económicamente a las asociaciones locales con colectas. Reacondicionamos un autocaravana para convertirlo en una unidad de enfermería móvil. Los feligreses iban de visita y daban lo que podían. Muchos otros también se presentaron, trabajando incansablemente entre los residentes que cambiaban de continuo, enfrentándose a los elementos con ellos, construyendo albergues, proporcionándoles comidas y ropa y un oído receptivo. Es aleccionador el ser su obispo.Al tiempo que este capítulo de nuestros huéspedes concluye, y comienza otro nuevo e incierto, quiero decir que espero que los millares que subieron a los autobuses esta semana encuentren acogida en este país del tamaño de Texas. Espero que puedan encontrar alguna paz al final. AEMO ha reasentado 3.500 personas, trayéndoles de Irak a la seguridad de Francia, la mayoría cristianos, pero musulmanes también. Es un viaje difícil para cualquiera que lo haga con un visado, cuanto peor si no se tienen documentos.Pero me temo que la era de nuevas villamiserias pudiera estar empezando. ¿Cuándo terminará este masivo movimiento de gentes? Los pueblos envejecientes de Europa (con excepción de irlandeses y franceses) no pueden pagar las pensiones sin un nuevo influjo de obreros jóvenes. Los mil millones de africanos de hoy probablemente se convertirán en dos mil millones para 2050. Para no mencionar los millones de desesperados y coléricos en el Oriente Medio, en Paquistán y en la India y sí, en la China también. ¿Sabrá Occidente qué hacer? Y las iglesias de Occidente ¿tomarán la iniciativa o se esconderán? ¿Seremos las ovejas de la parábola de Jesús, que lo vieron entre los desgraciados y procuraron ayudarlo, o entre las cabras que rehusaron?— El Rvdmo. Pierre Whalon es el obispo a cargo de la Convocación de las Iglesias Episcopales en Europa. Traducción de Vicente Echerri. 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AD Classics: Fallingwater House / Frank Lloyd WrightSave this projectSaveAD Classics: Fallingwater House / Frank Lloyd Wright “COPY” ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/60022/ad-classics-fallingwater-frank-lloyd-wright Clipboard Year: Projects Save this picture!Written by Adelyn Perez Share Architects: Frank Lloyd Wright Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs: Lee Sandstead, Robert P. Ruschak – Western Pennsylvania ConservancyText description provided by the architects. In Mill Run, Pennsylvania in the Bear Run Nature Reserve where a stream flows at 1298 feet above sea level and suddenly breaks to fall at 30 feet, Frank Lloyd Wright designed an extraordinary house known as Fallingwater that redefined the relationship between man, architecture, and nature. The house was built as a weekend home for owners Mr. Edgar Kaufmann, his wife, and their son, whom he developed a friendship with through their son who was studying at Wright’s school, the Taliesin Fellowship. Save this picture!Recommended ProductsDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorFiber Cements / CementsApavisaTiles – Nanofusion 7.0WoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsThe waterfall had been the family’s retreat for fifteen years and when they commissioned Wright to design the house they envisioned one across from the waterfall, so that they could have it in their view. Instead, Wright integrated the design of the house with the waterfall itself, placing it right on top of it to make it a part of the Kaufmanns’ lives.Save this picture!Second Floor PlanWright’s admiration for Japanese architecture was important in his inspiration for this house, along with most of his work. Just like in Japanese architecture, Wright wanted to create harmony between man and nature, and his integration of the house with the waterfall was successful in doing so. Save this picture!© Lee SandsteadThe house was meant to compliment its site while still competing with the drama of the falls and their endless sounds of crashing water. The power of the falls is always felt, not visually but through sound, as the breaking water could constantly be heard throughout the entire house.Save this picture!Third Floor PlanWright revolved the design of the house around the fireplace, the hearth of the home which he considered to be the gathering place for the family. Here a rock cuts into the fireplace, physically bringing in the waterfall into the house. He also brings notice to this concept by dramatically extending the chimney upwards to make it the highest point on the exterior of the house.Save this picture!Guest First Floor PlanFallingwater consists of two parts: The main house of the clients which was built between 1936-1938, and the guest room which was completed in 1939. The original house contains simple rooms furnished by Wright himself, with an open living room and compact kitchen on the first floor, and three small bedrooms located on the second floor. The third floor was the location of the study and bedroom of Edgar Jr., the Kaufmann’s son.The rooms all relate towards the house’s natural surroundings, and the living room even has steps that lead directly into the water below. Save this picture!© Robert P. Ruschak – Western Pennsylvania ConservancyThe circulation through the house consists of dark, narrow passageways, intended this way so that people experience a feeling of compression when compared to that of expansion the closer they get to the outdoors. The ceilings of the rooms are low, reaching only up to 6’4″ in some places, in order to direct the eye horizontally to look outside. The beauty of these spaces is found in their extensions towards nature, done with long cantilevered terraces. Shooting out at a series of right angles, the terraces add an element of sculpture to the houses aside from their function.Save this picture!Guest Second Floor PlanThe terraces form a complex, overriding horizontal force with their protrusions that liberated space with their risen planes parallel to the ground. In order to support them, Wright worked with engineers Mendel Glickman and William Wesley Peters. Their solution was in the materials. Save this picture!Photo Credit: Keystone State PhotographerThe house took on “a definite masonry form” that related to the site, and for the terraces they decided on a reinforced-concrete structure. It was Wright’s first time working with concrete for residences and though at first he did not have much interest in the material, it had the flexibility to be cast into any shape, and when reinforced with steel it gained an extraordinary tensile strength.Save this picture!The exterior of Fallingwater enforces a strong horizontal pattern with the bricks and long terraces. The windows on the facade have also have a special condition where they open up at the corners, breaking the box of the house and opening it to the vast outdoors. Save this picture!The perfection of these details perfected the house itself, and even though the house tends to have structural problems that need constant maintenance due to its location, there is no question that Fallingwater, now a National Historic Landmark, is a work of genius. From its daring cantilevers to its corner window detail and constant sound of the waterfall, Fallingwater is the physical and spiritual occurence of man and architecture in harmony with nature. All you have to do is listen.Knight, Caroline. Frank Lloyd Wright. Parragon Publishing, 2005. Print. andSave this picture!First Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessMusée National des Beaux Arts du Québec proposal / Allied Works ArchitectureArticlesKloden, Egmont High School / CEBRAArticles Share Houses AD Classics: Fallingwater House / Frank Lloyd Wright “COPY” United States Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/60022/ad-classics-fallingwater-frank-lloyd-wright Clipboard Copy+ 14Houses•Mill Run, United States 1939 CopyAbout this officeFrank Lloyd WrightOfficeFollowProductsSteelStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsArchitecture ClassicsResidential ArchitectureHousesMill RunResidentialHousesUnited StatesPublished on May 14, 2010Cite: Adelyn Perez. “AD Classics: Fallingwater House / Frank Lloyd Wright” 14 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
Latvia “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/957042/family-home-in-pavilosta-open-ad Clipboard Photographs: Alvis Rozenbergs Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Koka Centrs, Viking Window, ZTC Save this picture!© Alvis Rozenbergs+ 35Curated by María Francisca González Share Family Home in Pavilosta / Open ADSave this projectSaveFamily Home in Pavilosta / Open AD Houses Design Team:Ansis KempelisEngineering:BMB ProjektsCity:PāvilostaCountry:LatviaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Alvis RozenbergsRecommended ProductsWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsDoorsLibartVertical Retracting Doors – Panora ViewText description provided by the architects. The original structure at this location could no longer be saved. Instead, it served as inspiration for the new home. Guided by the principles of local building traditions, the house maintains a typical triangular shape, timber cladding, narrow front windows, and a wood shingle roof. The timber cladding is Siberian larch which will take on a light grey hue to match the choppy Baltic sea and northern skies on a cloudy day. Grey has become the colour of the modern-day Pavilosta – a coastal town with strict building regulations.Save this picture!© Alvis RozenbergsSave this picture!© Alvis RozenbergsIn consideration of the climate, the home is flooded with natural light through the tall, west-facing windows and skylights over the kitchen and living room area. Playful interior features are inspired by local ways. The living room lighting, for example, is designed to resemble clotheslines.Save this picture!© Alvis RozenbergsSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Alvis RozenbergsSave this picture!© Alvis RozenbergsThe home was built off-site as a custom prefab which made for a smooth delivery and less disruption for nearby residents. This approach allowed protecting the old garden with its orchard. Perennials and grasses are a new addition to accompany the apple trees. A patio both unites and separates the home and the garden. The pergola divides the patio into two zones. A storage shed with an inbuilt nook for firewood sits at the back of the garden.Save this picture!© Alvis RozenbergsSave this picture!© Alvis RozenbergsUnderfloor heating and natural, foam-free insulation solutions ensure the home is liveable year-round.Save this picture!© Alvis RozenbergsProject gallerySee allShow lessWhat is Architecture? Notions from Odile Decq, Snøhetta, Pita & Bloom and Jeffrey Ki…ArticlesLocal Activity Center / Marlena Wolnik MWArchitekciSelected Projects Share ArchDaily Architects: Open AD Year Completion year of this architecture project Lead Architects: 2019 Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/957042/family-home-in-pavilosta-open-ad Clipboard Photographs Year: Zane Tetere- Sulce “COPY” CopyHouses•Pāvilosta, Latvia Family Home in Pavilosta / Open AD CopyAbout this officeOpen ADOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPavilostaOn FacebookPāvilostaLatviaPublished on March 14, 2021Cite: “Family Home in Pavilosta / Open AD” 14 Mar 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Optimum AQUAmax hybrids help growers balance productivity and profitability by implementing best management of available resources. Everything from timing of seed treatment, planting date, row spacing, plant population, planting depth, tillage practices and nutrient management are factored into Optimum AQUAmax hybrid management recommendations. This approach ensures hybrids perform well in each unique growing environment using management tools and resources available. Seed Consultants, Inc. is releasing two new Supreme EX ® brand Optimum® AQUAmax™ hybrids for drought-stressed environments for 2013. Optimum AQUAmax hybrids offer growers additional choices to help minimize risk and maximize their productivity and profitability on every acre by delivering a yield advantage in water-limited environments and offering top-end yield potential under more favorable growing conditions. By Gary Truitt – May 29, 2012 Seed Consultants, Inc. Releases Two New Products for Drought-Stressed Environments According to Stuart Yensel, Director of Sales & Marketing for Seed Consultants, “Our new Optimum AQUAmax hybrids will allow our growers to become more profitable on their drought prone and variable soils. These hybrids have the potential to make unproductive ground much more profitable by providing stress protections in times of severe drought.” Optimum AQUAmax hybrids are equipped with strong agronomics and the latest technology package. Drought tolerance is controlled by a large number of genes and heavily influenced by environmental factors (for example, heat, water stress, soil types). There is no one single solution for drought tolerance. “Optimum AQUAmax hybrids will provide growers with built in protection against severe drought and stress across the Eastern Corn Belt’s variable soils and unique growing conditions,” said Matt Hutcheson, Associate Agronomist for Seed Consultants. Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Seed Consultants, Inc. Releases Two New Products for Drought-Stressed Environments For more information about Supreme EX ® Optimum AQUAmax hybrids and the 2013 products available in your area, contact your nearest Seed Consultants’ seedsman or check out www.seedconsultants.com SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleHelpful Tips for Your Precision Ag DataNext articleNational Corn Condition Slips and Indiana Trails that Number Gary Truitt
Home HAT Soil Health Podcast The HAT Soil Health Podcast- How Soil Health has Changed Over the… By Eric Pfeiffer – Oct 6, 2020 Audio Playerhttps://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2020/10/Oct-soil-health-pod.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Podcast (wirepodcastshat-rss): Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: RSS The HAT Soil Health Podcast- How Soil Health has Changed Over the Decades Facebook Twitter SHARE Carroll, Ohio farmer David Brandt. Photo credit: USDAIn the latest HAT Soil Health Podcast presented by the Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative, CCSI Director Lisa Holscher chats with Ohio farmer David Brandt. Holscher refers to Brandt as one of the godfathers of soil health. They discuss how conservation has changed over the years and how Brandt has diversified his farming operation to remain sustainable.Tune in to the podcast below: SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleDry Conditions May Result in 2021 Herbicide Carryover InjuriesNext articleAg Barometer Rises as Crop Prices Rally and USDA Announces CFAP 2 Eric Pfeiffer
+ posts Alexis Guerrerohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexis-guerrero/ Derrick Mokaleng has many layers to his success Alexis Guerrerohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexis-guerrero/ World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Alexis Guerrerohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexis-guerrero/ Alexis Guerrero Alexis Guerrero is a junior sports broadcasting and journalism double major from Fort Worth, Texas. She is a dog, baseball, and pizza enthusiast. Linkedin Facebook TCU defeated Rice 13-5 on Feb. 28 at Lupton Stadium in Fort Worth (gofrogs.com) Hector Gutierrez’s worldly experience has helped establish Beach Volleyball ReddIt Where to watch Super Bowl LIII in Fort Worth Alexis Guerrerohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexis-guerrero/ Dean of Admission reflects on university’s growing recognition Facebook TAGSgame wonHF in title ReddIt printThe Frogs ended their four game home-stand with a hit parade that led to the 13-5 win over Rice University on Tuesday at Lupton Stadium.The Frogs’ offense showed no remorse as they put up 10 in the first two innings against the Owls. In the first inning, Evan Skoug knocked one out of the park with a runner on base and Cam Warner soon followed with a two-run double.Taking advantage of a pair of Rice errors, the Frogs were able to have six players make their rounds on the bases in the second. Elliott Barzilli put one in play just over the third baseman, which kick-started the rally. RBIs by Josh Watson, Cam Warner and Ryan Merrill gave TCU a very comfortable 10-0 lead after two innings.Rice was able to get on the board with a solo home run in the third off freshman pitcher Jake Eissler. Eissler picked up the win in relief, allowing only one run on four hits in 2 ⅓ innings. Eissler came in after starting pitcher Mitchell Traver had only seen three batters. TCU head coach Jim Schlossnagle said Traver felt some discomfort in his back.Traver missed the majority of the 2016 season due to a muscle strain in his back. When he felt discomfort once again after just two outs, he signaled to the bench to be taken out of the game.With such a young bullpen, the Frogs put multiple freshmen on the mound in relief. TCU used seven pitchers, with four true and one red-shirt freshman pitching for at least one inning in the win over the Owls.Austen Wade tallied his second home run of the season by hitting an opposite field home run to lead the fifth inning. Wade extended his hitting streak to seven games and has reached base safely in all but one game the Frogs have played.Another Watson RBI on a two-out single in the seventh gave TCU their 13th and final run of the game.In the top of the eighth Rice squeezed in four runs off of Trey Morris, but it was not enough to combat TCU’s quick start in the first two innings of the game.The next stop for the Horned Frogs is Houston, Texas for the Shriner’s Hospital for Children College Classic at Minute Maid Park. The No. 1 Frogs (7-1) are on the front end of what are likely to be several tough contests as they face No. 4 LSU (8-1) on Friday at 7:05 p.m. before taking on No. 15 Texas A&M Saturday and No. 11 Ole Miss on Sunday. Linkedin Twitter Previous articleCelebrity Dish (Ep. 14 – Oscar Recap, DWTS and more)Next articleTCU suffers ‘devastating’ one-point loss against Kansas State, 75-74 Alexis Guerrero RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Welcome TCU Class of 2025
Philippines: RSF and the #HoldTheLine Coalition welcome reprieve for Maria Ressa, demand all other charges and cases be dropped February 16, 2021 Find out more June 1, 2021 Find out more PhilippinesAsia – Pacific RSF_en to go further News Two journalists, George Vigo and his wife, Macel Alave-Vigo, were gunned down yesterday in Kidapawan on the island of Mindanao. Reporters Without Borders is outraged by this double murder in one of the world’s most dangerous countries for the press, and calls for a thorough investigation to identify those responsible. Help by sharing this information News Receive email alerts Filipina journalist still held although court dismissed case eleven days ago PhilippinesAsia – Pacific Follow the news on Philippines Mass international solidarity campaign launched in support of Maria Ressa June 20, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Husband-and-wife journalists gunned down in Mindanao May 3, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders today condemned the murders yesterday of a husband and wife who were both journalists. George Vigo, a contributor to Union of Catholic Asian News (UCAN), and his wife, Macel Alave-Vigo, the presenter of a programme on radio dxND, were gunned down near their home in Kidapawan on the southern island of Mindanao.“The Philippines is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists,” the press freedom organisation said. “We call on the police to deploy all the necessary resources to identify and punish those responsible for these murders. We also urge the authorities to give journalists better protection.”In four other murders this year in the Philippines, the most probable motive seems to have been the victims’ journalistic work.Two gunmen on a motorcycle shot Vigo and Alave-Vigo as they were returning home. The victims were rushed to Kidapawan hospital where they died of their gunshot injuries. The Philippines National Police has begun an investigation. Relatives of the couple said they did not seem to have any enemies. Kidapawan police chief Danny Reyes said the police had not yet been able to determine the motive for the killings.Vigo, who worked for an NGO that helped displaced families, wrote frequently for local newspapers and UCAN, a Catholic news agency. He also presented a programme for young people, “Tingog sa Kabatan-unan” (Youth Voice), on radio dxND. Alave-Vigo hosted a weekly programme, “Kalihukan sa Kongreso” (Congress Affairs), on the same station, and worked for congressional representative Emmylou Taliño-Santos.The couple helped create the Federation of Reporters for Empowerment and Equality (FREE) and were human rights activists. They left four children, aged 20, 13, 9 and 7. News Organisation News
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Photo courtesy NancyODell.comEmmy(R) Award-winning entertainment journalist Nancy O’Dell will join HGTV’s popular Property Brothers, Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott, on the announcer’s platform for the network’s live and commercial-free coverage of the 125th Rose Parade(R) presented by Honda on Wednesday, January 1, at 11 a.m. ET/ 8 a.m. PT.The network announced that the co-hosts will provide commentary on each spectacular float, choreographed marching band and prancing equestrian unit during the popular annual event.“The Rose Parade is celebrated with beautiful floats and majestic horses…which is why I think they invited Jonathan,” laughed Drew. “Have you seen that mane?!”“This is going to be a lot of fun and, mark my words, Drew is going to try to find a way to be Rose King” countered Jonathan.“It’s clear I’m going to have my hands full with these two, but there’s no way we’ll have a dull moment,” said Nancy.Reporting live from the parade route, DIY Network’s Josh Temple (House Crashers) will be in the middle of the action offering unique street-side perspectives and spectator interviews. “There’s no way I’m playing by the rules,” said Temple. “Believe me, I’ll find out everything viewers ever wanted to know about the Rose Parade.”“Nancy, Drew, Jonathan and Josh are the perfect for our Rose Parade coverage, which is all about fun and entertainment,” said Steven Lerner, senior vice president of programming and production, HGTV and DIY Network. “We know their great chemistry will set the tone for an exciting day. We’re making HGTV the best place to kick off the New Year.”For more information about the 2014 Rose Parade, online users can visit hgtv.com/roseparade or connect with other fans via Twitter with #hgtvroseparade. Viewers also can become fans of HGTV and interact with other home improvement enthusiasts through Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.About HGTVAmerica’s leading home and lifestyle brand, HGTV features a top-rated cable network that is distributed to more than 98 million U.S. households and the HGTV website, HGTV.com, the nation’s leading online home-and-garden destination that attracts an average of four million unique visitors per month. The brand also includes the HGTV HOME(TM) consumer products line which showcases exclusive collections of paint, flooring, lighting, furniture, plants, fabrics and other home-oriented products. For more information on HGTV HOME branded products and to find a retailer, go to www.hgtvhome.com. In partnership with Hearst Magazines, the HGTV Magazine, a home and lifestyle publication, is currently available on newsstands. Viewers can become fans of HGTV and interact with other home improvement enthusiasts through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., HGTV is wholly owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. (SNI).About the Pasadena Tournament of RosesThe Pasadena Tournament of Roses is a volunteer organization that annually hosts the Rose Parade presented by Honda, the Rose Bowl Game(R) presented by VIZIO and a variety of associated events. The Tournament’s 935 volunteer members act as ambassadors of the organization within the community and serve on one of 31 committees that ensure the success of the parade and game. Collectively, they contribute upwards of 80,000 hours of manpower each year. The 125th Rose Parade presented by Honda, themed “Dreams Come True,” will take place Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014, followed by the 100th Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO. On Jan. 6, 2014, the Tournament also will host the 2014 VIZIO BCS National Championship at the Rose Bowl Stadium. For additional information on the Tournament of Roses please visit the official website at www.tournamentofroses.com. Make a comment Community News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. 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Previous: Supreme Court Rejects Banks’ Request to Review FDIC Suit Next: Yellen is Dovish on Future Rate Hikes March 29, 2016 975 Views Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Share Save The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago After plummeting in February due to a slow economic start to the year, consumer confidence turned in the other direction for March, according to data released by the Conference Board on Tuesday.Whereas pessimism among consumers reigned in February’s report, March’s data showed signs that attitudes toward the economy are slowly improving after enduring such headwinds to start the year as lingering effects of the strong dollar and low oil prices. The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index increased up to 96.2 (1985=100) in March from February’s reading of 94.0 and the Consumer Expectations Index jumped from 79.9 to 84.7 over-the-month in March.“Consumer confidence increased in March, after declining in February,” said Lynn Franco, Director of Economic Indicators at The Conference Board. “Consumers’ assessment of current conditions posted a moderate decline, while expectations regarding the short-term turned more favorable as last month’s turmoil in the financial markets appears to have abated. On balance, consumers do not foresee the economy gaining any significant momentum in the near-term, nor do they see it worsening.”The share of consumers expecting business conditions to improve in the next six months rose from 14.5 in February to 15.0 percent in March while the percentage expecting business conditions to get worse over the same period declined from 11.6 percent to 9.2 percent, according to the Conference Board.“On balance, consumers do not foresee the economy gaining any significant momentum in the near-term, nor do they see it worsening.”Lynn Franco, The Conference BoardThe labor market situation also improved in February as 242,000 jobs were added during the month following January’s disappointment, and the unemployment rate stayed below 5 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In the Conference Board data, consumer outlook for the labor market experienced a corresponding increase. The share of consumers anticipating more jobs in the next six months ticked up from 12.2 percent to 2.9 percent from February to March while the share of consumers who expect fewer jobs declined slightly from 17.7 to 17.2 percent. The share of consumers who expect their income to increase in the next six months inched up from 11.6 in February to 11.8 percent in March.The Conference Board’s Present Situation Index dropped slightly from February to March, from 115.0 to 113.5, as the share of consumers who said they believe that business conditions are “good” declined from 26.0 percent down to 24.9 percent.In Fannie Mae’s March Economic Outlook, analysts noted the factors that have created a drag on the U.S. economy such as “weakness in net exports and oil-related nonresidential investment as well as the ongoing inventory correction process after unsustainable accumulations during the first half of 2015.” At the same time, they pointed out that the positives in the economy such as strengthening domestic consumer and business spending and a healthy labor market, should outweigh those negative factors.Fannie Mae’s report noted that stocks have recovered from February lows to near their highest level this year, credit spreads have narrowed, and oil prices have climbed. Meanwhile, the economy gained some footing after a fourth quarter slowdown during which real gross domestic product (GDP) grew at an annualized rate of just 1.4 percent. in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Tagged with: Consumer Confidence Labor Market U.S. Economy Home / Daily Dose / Consumer Confidence Reverses Negative Course About Author: Brian Honea Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Consumer Confidence Reverses Negative Course Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Brian Honea’s writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master’s degree from Amberton University in Garland. Related Articles Consumer Confidence Labor Market U.S. Economy 2016-03-29 Brian Honea Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Print This Post Subscribe