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CEDAR PARK, Texas (KXAN) of black smoke just radiating from that area, described Jackie Sinclair, who was inside Walmart early Wednesday morning as flames shot up to the ceiling. Police are investigating it as arson.

did this happen? Sinclair says on the video. to go that a little too big for my taste. said she had just gotten off work and was stopping by Walmart to get some groceries and avoid the crowds. crazy, like I never seen nothing like that before, so I didn really understand what was going on. do have a suspect who has been interviewed, but not arrested. Investigators say it is not a Walmart employee. is unusual, of course, I don know a lot of details of the motive right now, explainsRandle Blesing, fire marshal for the Cedar Park Fire Department.

Blesing says three sprinkler heads went off, putting out most of the flames. Walmart employees evacuated the store. seconds in, I was like in, I shot the video and I was out, I did not want to stay in there, recalls Sinclair.

No one was hurt. The cause of the fire is still being investigated.

The store will remain closed until further notice so staff can assess the damage. Walmart says employees at the Cedar Park store are being reassigned to nearby stores so they can still work and won lose any hours.

People have set fires in other Walmart stores before. A quick Google search turns up more than a dozen in the past few years. The damage can be expensive. Two years ago, fires in a West Virginia Walmart caused more than $2 million in losses. Police arrested and charged two 12 year old boys for starting those fires.

Last year, a man lit a fireworks display on fire inside a Walmart in Phoenix. No one was hurt, but the store sustained several million dollars worth of water and fire damage. In order to comment here, you acknowledge you have read and agreed to our Terms of Service. Users who violate these terms, including use of vulgar language or racial slurs, will be banned. If you see an inappropriate comment, please flag it for our moderators to review.
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After Sunday’s clash against the Carolina Hurricanes at PNC Center, the Calgary Flames will part ways for the National Hockey League mandated break.

They wrapping up a four game road trip, looking to extend a six game win streak and certainly not wanting to ease off the gas pedal now not with the way the Pacific Division is log jammed and the fact the Flames finally just got themselves on stable ground.

But Glen Gulutzan coached the Flames (23 16 4) through a 10 game winning streak in 2016 17 almost exactly this time last year and is well aware of staying grounded, even keeled and consistent.

just stay steady on the wheel with these things, Gulutzan said in the wake of Friday 4 2 win against the Florida Panthers. me, it a good time to push. You push when you in these things because the guys are a little more receptive.

The Flames had a day off on Saturday in Raleigh, North Carolina, in preparation for Sunday matinee.

But with wins in Minnesota, Tampa Bay, and Florida to improve their road record to 12 5 4, there a lot to like about their game.

kind of just kind of rolls and everything feels pretty good, said Flames forward Mikael Backlund. just have to remember to do the little things right. When we take the foot off the gas, it going to hit us. So if we keep winning games,
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we put ourselves in a good spot. penalty kill allowed one goal on four Panthers man advantage opportunities on Friday night, but it was the only blemish in the last six games (killing off 18 of 19). Meanwhile, their powerplay has scored in two straight games. And their final frames are tightening up.

They been out shot for the last three games but, otherwise, they winning games they weren able to win before. No other team in the NHL has more consecutive victories.

Mikael Backlund 11 of the Calgary Flames shoots the puck during a game against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena on January 11, 2018 in Tampa, Florida.

PK has been way better. Our powerplay has improved. (Friday) and in Tampa, I thought our third periods were really solid, Backlund said. Minnesota, we sat back a bit but found a way to win. I think that shows strength. We gotten good goaltending. We kept it simple when we had to, and made plays at the right time.

So, in other words, keep the good times rolling.

are going well,
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said Flames captain Mark Giordano. felt like we were playing well before this streak started. We were losing a few shootout games and overtime games.

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FOR THE FIRST time in over 150 years, three lunar phenomena will collide producing a Super Blue Blood Moon on January 31.

Not only will it be the second full moon in January, but the moon will also be close to its nearest point to Earth on its orbit, and be totally eclipsed by the Earth’s shadow.

While the three aren’t particularly rare the last Super Moon was on January 2 this year, and the last Blood and Blue Moons were in 2015 the chances of them all occurring at the same time are quite slim.

The result will be a spectacular display a very large, red full moon which hasn’t occurred since March 1866.

Big and bright

Australian Astronomical Observatory astronomer Fred Watson says a Super Moon is defined by a full moon occurring at the nearest point to the Earth on the moon’s orbit.

Due to this proximity, Super Moons appear seven per cent larger and 16 per cent brighter than the average full moon.

Fred says the term ‘Blue’ Moon originated in folklore, and is defined as the second full moon in a calendar month with the first on January 2, and the next on Jan 31 at 9:26pm WA time.

In Western Australia, this will actually be followed by a Black Moon, which is the lack of a full moon in a calendar month with no full moons until March 2.

Due to the time difference, the second full moon will fall just after midnight in NSW and Victoria (12:26am) bringing it onto February 1 therefore not technically a blue moon for Sydneysiders and Victorians but it will still be a spectacular sight.

“The reason why the times are so precise is that it is defined by the moment the moon is directly opposite the sun in its orbit,” Fred says. “We think of them lasting a few days because they remain large in the sky, but there’s an astronomical definition that fixes the full moon in time.”

Blood Red

A Blood Moon is the modern term for a total lunar eclipse when the moon is completely blocked by the Earth from sunlight.

“Because the moon’s orbit is slightly tilted, most of the time the moon goes above or below the shadow of the Earth,” Fred explains. “The Earth blocks part of the Sun, casting a shadow in space and the moon passes through that shadow.”

“When the two line up exactly you get an eclipse.”

The eclipse will last for over an hour, however, Fred says the moon will not be completely dark, instead it will have a reddish glow giving rise to the term ‘Blood.’

“The Earth’s atmosphere has the property of scattering the Sun’s light,” explains Fred. “The blue light is scattered more readily than the red which is why the sky is blue in the day.”

“During an eclipse a phenomenon called Rayleigh scattering occurs, taking out the blue and leaving only the red causing a deep infilling of the Earth’s shadow, called a Blood Moon.”
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FAQsMembership InformationThe Flower City Seniors Recreation Centre is for adults age 55 and older. The Centre provides a wide variety of accessible programs, special events, travel, services and volunteer opportunities. Brampton residents 55 years of age and older are welcome to join the Centre for an annual membership fee of $20.50; non residents may join for $25.60. Membership is free of charge for anyone over the age of 90. Proof of age may be requested at the time of registration. Memberships are valid for one year from the date of purchase. Please carry yourmembership card with you at all times. Please note that membership fees are non refundable.Requests must be made no later than one business day prior to the third class (unless otherwise indicated).Requests made due to medical reasons must be accompanied by medical documentation.Requests will be processed as of the date official notification is received and will not be backdated.Requests will be pro rated to reflect the number of classes having already occurred.Make up classes will not be granted for classes that are not attended due to illness, weather, or personal emergency.Refund requests are subject to a $10 administration fee for each refund requested per person,
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per program.Special Events and TravelRequests will only be accepted at Flower City Seniors Recreation Centre.Travel requests will only be considered if the place is filled by another person on the waitlist prior to departure dateIf filled, the requesting individual is only eligible to a partial refund (less a $10 Administration Fee) Transfers will not be consideredSpecial Events are non transferableParkingDesignated Flower City Seniors Recreation Centre parking is located directly in front of the building and additional parking is located on the west side of the building.Bus TransportationBrampton Transit is pleased to serve the Flower City Seniors Centre seven days a week!Catch Route 1/1A Queen into the Flower City Community Campus at these times:Monday to FridayEastbound 1:02 pm , 2:34 pm, 3:12 pmWestbound 8:44 am, 9:39 am, 1:06 pmCatch Route 3A McLaughlin into the Flower CityCommunity Campus between these hours:Monday to Friday 7:30 am 10:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am 4:00 pmSundays 8:00 am 6:00 pmFor detailed schedule information,
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TRAVERSE CITY Gym memberships are the crux of many a New Year’s resolution, but you might want to check the fine print first.

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is urging caution this month after 2017 brought a rash of new complaints about gyms, health clubs and fitness centers across the state.

Last year, 595 complaints were filed with the state’s Department of Attorney General, compared to just 84 in 2016. The jump spurred the department to create Lose Weight, Not Money, a consumer alert, to spread awareness of predatory practices.

“(When we receive a complaint), we help consumers try to solve a problem as quickly and easily as they can,” said Deputy Press Secretary Megan Hawthorne. “That’s always our goal, to prevent a bad situation.”

About half of 2017’s complaints were lodged against Family Fitness, a western Michigan chain that, since July, has been subject of a class action lawsuit led by Schuette. Complaints against other gyms, the department says, focus on discrepancies between employee promises and membership contracts, aggressive sales tactics and confusing or expensive cancellation processes.

Local gyms say future members should be sure before they commit or start with a month to month contract.

“I think people try to get out of (their contracts) because they change their mind,” said Jenny Olds, a manager at Traverse City’s Battle Fitness. “And it goes both ways some gyms can be shady, too. I’ve seen gyms where you get a great introductory rate, and then it goes up and they charge your card. I can see where consumers are coming from.”

Battle Fitness relies on more straightforward methods to draw customers, Olds said.

“We don’t do any hidden fees being local, our face is here and plastered on our building. We want to keep a good reputation,” she said. “Something I like to do when I’m doing a new membership (is) run over the key points. We rarely get complaints.”

A member’s rate won’t change during the course of a membership, Olds said, and introductory prices last through the full 12 and 24 month membership options.

The only added charge Battle Fitness members see is a one time $15 club enhancement fee, which goes toward new equipment.

“(Members are) able to kind of vote on the new pieces of equipment, too,
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” Olds said. “So they get a say.”

Cancelling a membership early comes with a $50 charge.

“And you should have a reason if you’re moving, show proof of an address change; a doctor’s note,”Olds said.

Traverse City’s Anytime Fitness takes a similar approach.

“We have a 12 month contract and an 18 month contract, and we do month to month for those who don’t want a contract,” said manager John Allen.

The gym’s contracts are easy to navigate, he added, and members are made aware of the $50 cancellation fee before signing.

“If they’re in the military or moving, or having financial issues and they come in and talk with us beforehand, we usually will work with them,” Allen said.

The gym hasn’t received any complaints so far this year, he added.

“The reason we do contracts is to give (members) some accountability on their end to stick with it,” Allen said. “I haven’t seen much hesitation.”

Other gyms and health clubs offer a class by class structure which some, like Bodies in Motion owner Cheryl Send, say is easier for consumers and their instructors.

“I have taught before at gyms and they kind of turn me off,” she said. “I wanted to start something a little bit different, as far as working out.”

Send’s studio, at 10660 E. Carter Road, specializes in dance based workouts like Zumba and cardio drumming, and rents its space to different instructors. Each instructor sets their own schedule and class by class rate.

Those who want more of a commitment and to try a few new things have options, too.

“I do offer a coupon book,” Send said. “It’s $50 and you can use those coupons to try any class.”

Trigger Boxing Gym, which offers classes for children and adults, runs its martial arts classes on a session by session basis as well.

“There’s no contracts for what we do,” said owner Bill Bustance. “They sign a release, of course, and we have deals if you buy six sessions at once.”

Under Trigger’s policy, there is no charge for sessions cancelled at least 24 hours in advance. A normal session fee is charged for no shows and sessions cancelled within 24 hours.
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Greenville police investigated a Dec. 4 fire at a student apartment complex that reportedly started when a man left a cigarette in an ashtray while he was showering. at 2209 Bellamy Circle. William Beaman told police he was on the balcony smoking a cigarette, left it in an ashtray and walked back in the apartment to take a shower.

Beaman told police he exited the shower to see what was going on after hearing screaming coming from a neighboring apartment and noticed smoke coming from the balcony. He the ran back in the apartment and got water so he could put out the fire.

He said he was able to put the fire out, but his neighbors contacted the fire department, which responded on scene shortly after police made contact with Beaman.

Responders at the scene did not find any embers, but water was on the balcony floor. Dec. 6: miscellaneous clothing and hair products all valued at $169.45 stolen from Walmart and recovered; arrest made. Dec. 6: Mountain Dew Kickstart energy drink valued at $1.79 stolen from Duck Thru; investigation ongoing.

4600 E. Dec. 5: wallet, identification and Social Security cards, birth certificate, two Bank of America credit cards, Sam Club credit card, Walmart gift card and unknown type of credit card all valued at $15 stolen; investigation ongoing. Dec. 5: Singer sewing scissors and Otterbox Defender iPhone 6 case all valued at $52.88 stolen from Target and recovered; 37 year old man assaulted; extent of injuries not reported; case cleared by juvenile contact. Dec. 5: North Carolina license plate stolen; investigation ongoing. Nov. Dec. 4: two Moultrie M 880i trail cameras valued at $149 stolen from Walmart; inactive warrants obtained. Dec. 4: Nike Fast Run 3 tennis shoes valued at $80.24 stolen from Rack Room Shoes and recovered; case cleared. Dec. 4: Abu Garcia fishing reel and audio recorder all valued at $99.74 stolen from Walmart and recovered; investigation ongoing. Dec. 4: North Carolina license plate with gray plastic frame valued at $15 stolen; investigation ongoing. Dec. 4: tan Timberland boots valued at $133.75 stolen from Sears and recovered; arrest made.

600 W. Dec. 4: gray and black Samsung Galaxy S5 with light blue Otterbox case valued at $400 stolen; case inactive. Dec. 4: blue men shirt and seven pairs of men socks all valued at $114 stolen from Belk and recovered; case cleared.

4600 E. Dec. 4: holiday items, household and food items all valued at $144.90 stolen from Walmart; arrest made. Nov. Dec. 4: four vases all valued at $500 stolen; investigation ongoing.
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The Scotiabank Saddledome was buzzing with excitement, and not just because Gary Bettman was in the building.

Micheal Ferland and Kris Versteeg were both back on the ice Friday morning, skating with the Calgary Flames during their pre game twirl and wearing yellow jerseys to signify their road to recovery.

is feeling a bit better so we monitor him today and see how the injury is after the skate, said Flames head coach Glen Gulutzan. is still a bit of ways off but now he at the point where he can do some pre game skates and we start to see how he progresses with some practice next week. Versteeg return is unclear, Ferland return to action is targeted on Monday when the Flames play at Pittsburgh or Wednesday at Buffalo.

Meanwhile Mike Smith has progression which has the Flames anxious about his return. Smith,
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35, has been on injured reserve after suffering a lower body injury on Feb. 11 in the final minute of Calgary 3 2 road win at the New York Islanders.

we were four days ago to where we are now, we taken a good leap, Gulutzan said of the netminder recovery.

The most pressing news is the fact the New York Rangers are in town and the Flames are coming off back to back losses against Dallas and Colorado. Calgary (32 24 9) is home for one game before heading on the road again for a three game swing through Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Ottawa.

The most recent was an undisciplined 5 2 loss at Pepsi Centre which featured a complete unravelling by the Flames.
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Old habits die hard. If veterinarians could sterilize male cats and dogs with a simple shot for less than a dollar a dose, why choose surgery? Well, now there’s a choice and some veterinarians, shelters, and rescue organizations are daring to try the new way. Northwest veterinarian and shelter have won the first “Timmy Prize” for data collection, submitting data on their experience using CalchlorinTM nonsurgical neuter injection to spare three feral cats surgery. The prize, offered by nonprofit Parsemus Foundation, is meant to encourage sharing and transparency of data on the neuter injection. Because the universally available method is not patentable and there is very little profit potential, no company is sponsoring it or spreading data. “Market approaches can solve a lot, but in this case, we saw a need that wasn’t being filled,” said Elaine Lissner, executive director of the nonprofit foundation.

The prize is named in honor of Timmy, the beloved dog of two donors who sponsored the prize. “We read about Calchlorin in the Wall Street Journal last fall. It seemed crazy that this simple solution, which could spare dogs and cats surgery, wasn’t being taken through the FDA by the big organizations.

“When we adopted Timmy, nobody knew about Calchlorin so of course we had him neutered the usual way,” continued Timmy’s owners. “But worldwide, not everybody can afford surgery. And given an option, I’m sure Timmy would have preferred a shot.”Dog overpopulation is a problem globally, despite a range of efforts to control population growth. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals estimated that 3.9 million dogs enter shelters in the United States only a fraction of the total number of homeless animals. In many developing countries, free roaming dogs cause serious health and welfare problems that create socio economic, ecological, political, and ethical dilemmas. Mass sterilization programs are often prohibitively expensive, especially in resource restricted areas. An alternative method to surgical sterilization that is effective, easy to administer, safe, and affordable would offer immense benefits, allowing animal welfare organizations, public health programs, and governments to reach further with limited resources.

Calchlorin sterilization, a potent solution

Calchlorin neuter shot, comprised of 20% calcium chloride dihydrate in ethyl alcohol, could be the answer at least to half the problem. It eliminates the expense, surgical risk, and logistical challenges of doing surgery, at least on the males allowing shelters and rescue organizations to concentrate scarce resources on sterilizing females. Although spaying female dogs makes the most difference for reducing population, male dogs must be sterilized too in the case of street dogs, to reduce dangerous packing and fighting behavior, and in the case of pets, to reduce nuisance behaviors such as marking and mounting that end them back up in the shelter.

Neglected for decades

The use of chemical injections to castrate animals has been studied for over fifty years. While many chemicals are known to eliminate sperm when injected into the testicles, side effects were common. Koger and his team at Washington State University, Pullman. But the procedure was neglected for decades until Indian researchers Drs. Samanta began exploring its use in companion animals. Their research provided good indications that calcium chloride could indeed be an ideal chemical sterilizing agent. Their short term studies in dogs and cats have been published over the past decade. However, this evidence did not result in broad adoption of the procedure, despite the potential positive impacts that a nonsurgical sterilization method could have on animal and human welfare.

Published studies from Italy

The results from two new studies have built on the research from India and clarified the optimal formulation for nonsurgical sterilization of male dogs. The scientific manuscripts,
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published last fall as open access articles in Acta Scandinavica Veterinaria, report that a 20% solution of calcium chloride dihydrate in alcohol (“Calchlorin”) provides the optimal solution for safe and effective nonsurgical sterilization. A simple and quick intratesticular injection of Calchlorin caused infertility for 12 months and a reduction in testosterone with accompanying loss of male dog sexual behavior.

The research program, led by Dr. Raffaella Leoci of University Bari Aldo Moro in Italy, was the first to evaluate the long term effects of the procedure on hormones, health and sperm characteristics in a large number of dogs. Dr. Leoci specializes in animal reproduction and is passionate about finding better sterilization options.

“Italian law has a no kill policy, and stray dogs are captured, microchipped, neutered and taken to dog shelters or just released when the shelters are too full. The trap/neuter programs are not on a large enough scale and the dog population is growing fast. This has led to serious health and welfare concerns,” said Dr. Leoci. “Surgical castration is not a practicable solution it is too expensive and time consuming. My priority was to find an alternative method to prevent dog reproduction that is safe, effective, low cost and easy to perform to prevent the suffering dogs experience as strays.”

The initial study evaluated a number of concentrations of the chemical, and the second study evaluated the best diluent (solvent) to find a combination that is the most effective with fewest side effects. A 20% CaCl2 solution in alcohol (being called “CalchlorinTM”) proved to be safe and effective over the 12 month trials. The procedure has the potential to revolutionize large scale dog sterilization programs, since it enhances welfare and reduces costs dramatically as compared to traditional surgical castration.”For a long time, people, including vets, assumed that a testicular injection would be inhumane which is logical, since we all know getting bashed in the testes is excruciatingly painful,” said Elaine Lissner, executive director of the nonprofit Parsemus Foundation, which sponsored the research. Lissner first read about calcium chloride in 2007 and, intrigued, requested a demonstration when she was in India in 2009. What she saw surprised her.

“I was amazed when I saw calcium chloride demonstrated in India that, though the dogs or cats sometimes yelped a little when the needle went through the skin just like for any other shot, they settled down once it was in. It’s not what you’d expect at all.”

Curious, Lissner asked expert veterinarian colleagues to explain. “It turns out that although there are nerves in the capsule of the testes that are exquisitely sensitive to pressure, there are not many pain nerves actually inside the testicular tissue. So as long as the injection is slow enough to not create pressure, it’s amazingly well tolerated.”

As a proponent of nonsurgical neuter methods and a scientific advisory board member of the Alliance for Contraception in Cats Dogs, Lissner heard that practitioners wanted to see more data on the safety and long term efficacy of using calcium chloride. Lissner allocated funds for the research led by Dr. Leoci to evaluate these concerns.

“Of course a nonsurgical sterilant for females is the holy grail from a population standpoint and there’s big money going towards that effort. But that’s trickier. Now if rescue groups can at least get the males done quickly and easily so they can focus their resources on females, they have the first game changing tool ever.”

Behavior change is key

Preserving testosterone can be important for health reasons, particularly in large and giant breed dogs. The FDA approved sterilant ZeuterinTM is marketed as being more hormone preserving and creating “no significant change in behavior.” But for a sterilant to replace the great majority of castration surgeries in shelters and clinics, a reduction in testosterone related dominance and sexual behavior is needed. “Pack behavior,” including fighting over females in heat, is a prominent problem created by free roaming dogs and creates conflict with the human and animal populations nearby. And a pet dog that is mounting everything, breaking out regularly, or marking indoors is likely to end up back in the shelter and possibly euthanized. Surgical castration greatly reduces these behaviors by removing the production of testosterone from the testes, making dogs more likely to keep their homes.

Dr. Leoci explains “As a rule, castration is most likely to be curative when the problem behavior is influenced by testosterone, such as scent marking, roaming away from home to find potential mates, inappropriate sexual behavior, aggression towards other males, and sometimes competitive aggression towards humans. It does not necessarily affect other behavior problems. In our study using the optimal solution of calcium chloride in alcohol, we did notice a reduction in testosterone linked sexual and aggressive behavior.”

Spraying, roaming, yowling: Changing behavior is key in cats, too

The winning veterinarian and shelter made use of a little known fact: cats have penile “spines” that are testosterone dependent. By photographing the spines shrinking after Calchlorin injection,
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they were able to document testosterone reduction even without a blood draw.

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People at high risk of complications from flu include children younger than five years (but especially children younger than two years), adults aged 65 years and older, pregnant women (and women up to two weeks postpartum), residents of nursing homes and other longer term facilities, and persons with chronic illnesses such as asthma and chronic respiratory illnesses, neurological or neurodevelopmental conditions, heart disease, blood disorders (such as sickle cell disease), diabetes, kidney and liver disorders, weakened immune system due to disease like cancer or medications, persons younger than 19 years who are receiving long term aspirin therapy and people with extreme obesity (body mass index of 40 or more).

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers these tips:

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The students presented him with a golden crown and a scrapbook of memories and had a group picture taken.

“Ian has been the hub of a network that kept people in touch he held theme parties, and he displayed the work of the artists in his classes, announced their shows and bought their work,” said Leslie Davis, a Harris student for 11 years.

Harris is retiring to the Palm Springs area, from which he has been commuting three days a week to conduct fitness classes that began in the early morning and ended in the evening. He said it was a difficult decision to leave the students he had come to consider his family.

“This is a really hard thing to do, and I am scared,” Harris said. “But my great Aunt Emma always said you never stop because you are afraid. And we will keep in touch somehow.”

Harris already has begun to volunteer at a home that provides temporary housing for families of critically ill patients at a desert hospital. He is also considering developing spa programs for the desert resorts.

“It’s a Y in the road,” said Harris, who shares his path with Ben, an English bulldog, Boston bull terriers Lola and Levi, four parrots and four tortoises.

Harris designed Recreation Department fitness programs for seniors, teaching older students how to recognize their bodies’ weaknesses and strengths and bring their bodies back into balance.

Both men and women attended Harris’ classes. And they stuck with it. Jacques Camus was a Harris student for 13 years, Mary Miller for 10 years

Harris named his method of teaching fitness for himself. He developed it after a career as a jazz dancer and studying kinesiology and anatomy,
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with plans to be a physical therapist.

“After learning about muscles, joints and bones, he came up with the ‘The Harris Method,'” said photojournalist Arline Issacs.

Many of Harris’ estimated 2,000 students came to him on the recommendation of medical professionals.

“My doctor said it was a good class,” said Jayamala Sargent, a Harris student for 10 years.

Her doctor is Gene Levine, who also attended the classes.

“He comes and he sent all of his patients here,” said the doctors’ wife, Vivian Levine. “We started before the fire, and we just kept coming.”

The Harris Method will continue to be taught by Leslie Davis, who has previously substituted for him. Winter classes will begin after the first of the year.

The winter Recreation Department brochure should be in Laguna mail boxes by Monday, when registration begins. Call (949) 497 0716.20051209ir5mg1knDON LEACH / COASTLINE PILOT(LA)Devoted student Mary Gene Meagher bids farewell to Ian Harris, her longtime fitness coach, at the Irvine Bowl.
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Friday is the night. to go watch some of the region’s best music played over the region’s best live sound system and cast in the best light that money can buy.

I’m talking, of course, about the amazing new ish large music venue in Nederland, The Caribou Room. And the show du jour is one of my favorites, Boulder’s own Intuit Band, whose 2017 release “Canyon Roots” topped my list of best local albums of the year.

Boulder/Lyons music staple Bonnie The Clydes will open the show with their energetic, self branded “Rocky Mountain Country Soul.” Lead singer Bonnie Sims and her husband and Telecaster master Taylor front the band and will provide a wonderful counterpoint to Intuit’s reggae and world music infused sound.

The show is perfect right there, so as pure gravy for those of us making the trip up the canyon, local crooner Halden Wofford and his band The Hi Beams will set the tone of the night as the show opener.

Consider this lineup to be three headliners, really. And let me be clear. When I saw Intuit at the Caribou Room last spring, it set a new standard in my mind for absolute quality of experience from beginning to end. Every detail was tuned to create a memorable night for both band and listener alike.

The folks at The Caribou Room are adept at giving both the artist and the viewer everything they and we need. Apologies for those who read this column on Saturday or Sunday you’ll have to catch the next one.

The Helmholtz approach

I’ve been writing a little bit over the last few weeks about different styles of speaker design. Mainly, I’m trying to find examples of the operating principles of these designs existing in modern life.

Maybe not so modern, but blowing across the top of a jug or bottle to create a tone is something we’re all familiar with. This is what’s known as the Helmholtz Resonance, discovered and documented first in the 1850s by Hermann Helmholtz.

Chances are, you have a Helmholtz resonator in your house right now. If you check out the back or front of your speakers, you’ll probably see a hole opening with a tube going into the box behind it.

Speakers create waves behind the drivers too, so the box sees pressure changes inside, which act like your breath going across a bottle. At the right spot, where the tube is tuned, sound waves forcibly exit the box through the tube.

Speaker designers decide to place this extra “oomph” at a spot where it’s difficult for the speaker to make sound, thereby supporting what you hear. This most commonly appears in the bass range.

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The timing seemed ideal for West Hartford, a booming Connecticut dining destination, to finally have its own culinary celebration.

An estimated 1,000 guests attended Saturday’s inaugural West Hartford Wine and Food Festival, a showcase of fine wines and upscale cuisine held outdoors on the grounds of the Kingswood Oxford school. The festival, presented by Maximum Beverage and lead wine sponsor JUSTIN Vineyards Winery, served as a fundraiser for select town independent schools in support of need based financial aid and scholarships.

More than 30 participating restaurants and vendors offered signature fare, with wood fired pizza from Savoy Pizzeria Craft Bar’s traveling oven; tacos from the newly opened Chango Rosa in Hartford; lamb ragu topped hummus and grilled octopus from West Hartford’s Zohara; and decadent housemade focaccia garlic bread with gorgonzola cream from Butchers Bakers, the new Farmington spot from the owners of b Restaurants. Local favorites like Seoul BBQ Sushi, INDIA and The Rockin Chicken featured authentic Korean, Indian and Peruvian dishes. More than 250 wines were available for sampling, with each vendor’s dish paired with suggestions from a neighboring wine table.

A dessert, artisan and coffee tent offered sweets and more from vendors like Cato Corner Farm, Popover Bistro Bakery, Killam Bassette and Sub Edge Farms. Clark Farms at Bushy Hill Orchard lured guests with a rich apple cider doughnut bread pudding.

Festival attendees also got a preview of Artisan at the soon to open Delamar Hotel in Blue Back Square, described as a “casual elegant dining experience and tavern with sustainable, seafood focused dishes.” Executive chef Frederic Kieffer, who also oversees the Delamar hotel restaurants Artisan in Southport and L’Escale in Greenwich, said the West Hartford location should be open by August.

“We want it to be a friendly place, relaxed, [with] very sharp service,” he said.

KC Ward, who owns Newington’s Rooster Company with his wife, Jaime, is working toward a September opening for a new West Hartford concept,
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Flora. The restaurant will operate within the town’s American Legion Hayes Velhage Post 96 space on Raymond Road.

Flora will offer a plant based menu, Ward said, offering largely vegan and vegetarian offerings with a few seafood dishes and what he calls “viable fauna” items with meats that are locally sourced and raised humanely. “A sustainable future model of food source for this country, and really beyond, is kind of what I see this menu format being,” he said.

Ward said he and his wife have been eating a mostly vegan diet in recent years. “It’s something I feel really passionate about, as a participant in directing where this food culture is going, and I feel really lucky to have the opportunity to share that in a space.”

A portion of proceeds from Saturday’s event will benefit Kingswood Oxford, Intensive Education Academy, American School for the Deaf, Northwest Catholic, Solomon Schechter, Renbrook School, St. Brigid St. Augustine Partnership School, and The Watkinson School.

“Any time you can have an event like this and it’s going to generate some funds that go back to our schools for financial aid purposes, it’s awesome,” said Sheri Slobin Shea, director of Kingswood Oxford’s Camp KO. The camp, which offers 75 one week scholarships to students in Hartford, offers popular programs in a cappella music, sports, fine arts, mock trial and computer science, as well as culinary courses taught by chef and educator Lindsay Perkins.”Our programs are individualized by the student, which is very expensive,” Connery said, noting that the school has been working on expanding its kindergarten program and increasing its technology, like iPads for students to help with executive functioning. “Having things like this in the community to help support us certainly makes it easier.”
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Flu viruses are quick change artists. They constantly mutate, and those frequent changes make it hard for our bodies to recognize and fend off the virus. The animation explains why we need a new flu vaccine every year. (Jan. 17)Victor Araoz, RN, gives a flu shot at the Las Islas Family Medical Group in Oxnard.(Photo: CHUCK KIRMAN/THE STAR)Buy PhotoA flu season that has packed emergency rooms and caused ambulances to be sent to less congested hospitals has contributed to at least 30 deaths in Ventura County.

The fatalities are by the far the most in at least a decade for Ventura County. They are double the 15 deaths during the swine flu outbreak that started in 2009, according to Ventura County public health records.

“I can’t remember a season with more deaths,” said Dr. Robert Levin, Ventura County’s public health officer for 19 years. He noted that the most common strain is still H3N2 influenza A, known for causing more severe symptoms and increased fatalities. But he also said a rising number of influenza B cases is being reported in recent weeks.

Read more: State officials say flu season could prove to be one of the worst in years

In some corners of the county, hospitals and doctors say the flood of cases that started in late December may be tapering off. A Thousand Oaks pediatrician reported that his flu cases have dropped 20 to 30 percent since the peak just after New Year’s Day.

Officials at both Los Robles Hospital Medical Center in Thousand Oaks and Adventist Health Simi Valley reported emergency room numbers have begun to decline.

Levin said he has not yet seen solid evidence that the flu is diminishing.

“Most seasons are two weeks,” he said of the peak period when flu is at its highest level. “We’ve already seen four weeks.”

Scientists hope they finally closing in on stronger flu shots to boost much needed protection against ordinary winter influenza and guard against future pandemics at the same time (Jan. 17)Dr. Catarina Castaneda said the number of peoplewith flu and cold symptoms coming to Las Islas Urgent Care Center in Oxnard rises almost daily. She said peopleare rarely tested for flu because of delays in getting results, and instead are treated based on their symptoms.

Levin pushed people to get vaccinated, noting that the vaccine covers influenza A and B viruses. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials project the vaccine is about 30 percent effective in blocking H3N2. Levin said the vaccine can still reduce the chance of severesymptoms and hospitalizations.

Some large pharmacies reported Wednesday that they have run out of the flu vaccine, including a CVS store in Camarillo that said its supply was depleted about a month ago. Some other large stores and independent pharmacies said they still have the vaccine.

The elderly are being hit hardest. A dozen nursing homes, assisted care living centers and other care facilities have reported flu outbreaks across the county so far this season.

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with several in their 90s, according to county records. The youngest person was in his or her mid 50s.

Levin said the high fatality rate appears linked to the severity of theH3N2 strain.

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The flood of people with high fever, trouble breathing and similarly severe symptoms pushed emergency rooms to full volumes through parts of December and January, meaning ambulances were routinely diverted to other hospitals.

In December, hospitals in Ventura County were on diversion for a combined total of 648 hours and49 minutes. Ambulance patients who needed emergency room or intensive care treatment were sent to less crowded hospitals in the county.

For the first three weeks of January, that total was even higher, with hospitals diverting ambulances for emergency room and intensive care unit patients for a combined 867 hoursand 24 minutes.

In November before the flu surge hit, hospitals were on diversion for 188 hours, nearly five times less than the January mark.

“It’s a dramatic rise,” said Steve Carroll, administrator for the Ventura County Public Health Emergency Medical Services Agency, noting that there were instances when all hospitals in the county were on diversion. In those cases, patients were taken to the nearest hospital regardless of diversion status.

“Our hospitalshavedone an amazing job to try to keep it down,” Carroll said.

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Chelsea are fast approaching “crisis” territory. Three points from their last four league games has put Antonio Conte under intense scrutiny, with defeat to Manchester City on Sunday likely to leave the Blues five points adrift of the top four.

But in our fickle sport crisis and optimism are never far apart; a shock win at the Etihad would clear the gathering clouds, reaffirm Conte’s tactical nous, and restore confidence in the dressing room ahead of Chelsea’s trip to the Camp Nou in a fortnight. In other words, it’s a pretty big game.

It is increasingly clear that bold attacking tactics are the best way to hurt Manchester City. Arsenal might have been hammered on Thursday night but for the opening ten minutes they looked very dangerous on the break, largely because Arsene Wenger deployed Danny Welbeck alongside Pierre Emerick Aubameyang in a narrow 4 2 2 2 formation. As Liverpool showed in their 4 3 defeat of Pep Guardiola’s team, City’s high line can be exposed if you’re brave enough.

It’s never easy to predict which combination of forwards Antonio Conte will pick. His best bet this weekend is to play Eden Hazard up front with Pedro and Willian behind (as in the 1 1 draw with Barcelona) in order to create a fast, fluid counter attack that pushes City back. However, the Italian is prone to caution in big games and thus Alvaro Morata, without a goal since Boxing Day, or Olivier Giroud will likely start.

In fact, Conte tends to play an uber defensive 3 5 1 1 for big away games and he will probably revert to type following his sides’ chastening at Old Trafford last weekend. City, then, are early favourites to dominate possession and grind Chelsea into submission although using a three man central midfield does mean there’s room for Cesc Fabregas:

2) Will Fabregas successfully launch counter attacks in Fernandinho’s absence?

Manchester City are considerably weaker without Fernandinho in the side. Statistically, the Brazilian doesn’t complete many defensive actions (3.4 tackles and interceptions per match, not even enough to put him in the Premier League top 40), but his positional play during sustained periods of Man City possession is crucial to Guardiola’s tactical shape. His screening work in front of the defence blocks off opposition midfielders as the attempt to break, forcing them into wild clearances that gift possession back to the league leaders.

Ilkay Gundogan isn’t as disciplined or positionally intelligent, and consequently Fabregas should occasionally find space to launch one of his long diagonals into the channels, gaining vital ground for Chelsea while moving Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata into dangerous territory. The Spaniard’s ability to instigate breakaways will define Chelsea’s participation at the Etihad.

Of course, from a defensive standpoint playing Fabregas in midfield comes with its own risks

3) Can much improved Aguero inflict damage in Chelsea’s soft centre?

It goes without saying that City’s pair of false eights, Kevin de Bruyne and David Silva, are the primary threat to the Chelsea goal. Few players in world football dominate the half spaces quite like these two, who should be able to pull Fabregas and Danny Drinkwater out of position.

Theoretically, Chelsea’s deep defensive shell should prove suffocating in central areas, but this wasn’t the case against Manchester United last weekend. Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku wriggled through the tight spaces ahead of the Belgian’s equalising goal, highlighting Drinkwater’s poor defensive positioning relative to Tiemoue Bakayoko (who, unlikely to recover from a knock, won more tackles than any other player when the two sides met at Stamford Bridge).

Perhaps the most interesting development at City over the last month has been Sergio Aguero’s sudden improvement. After 18 months struggling to adapt to Guardiola’s tactics, the Argentine has suddenly begun to drop short at the right moments, linking play neatly to make the champions elect even more fluid in the final third.

Dropping off Andreas Christiansen, Aguero will help De Bruyne and Silva swarm central attacking midfield, exposing a certain brittleness developing in Chelsea’s midfield.

4) Who will come out on top in the battle between Moses and Leroy Sane?

The most interesting head to head on Sunday is between Victor Moses and Leroy Sane. Moses will need plenty of support from Cesar Azpilicueta to keep the Germany international quiet, but equally Sane must work harder than usual to ensure Moses doesn’t inflict damage at the other end.

Sane is fast becoming the world’s best out and out winger; his contribution against Arsenal on Thursday was, frankly, frightening. Even if Moses and Azpilicueta double up on him, the 22 year old could come out on top.

However, Sane must track back. Danilo isn’t the most consistent of left backs, while Fernandinho’s absence means the space behind Sane won’t automatically be shielded. Should Chelsea break forward, keep an eye on the foot race between Moses and Sane.

5) Will crosses from deep prove decisive in such a tense, claustrophobic game?

As Premier League matches increasingly become attack versus defence the good old fashioned cross has come back into vogue (Liverpool, for instance, have begun swinging balls into the box from deep in response to losing Philippe Coutinho’s pinpoint through balls). Statistically, the two most accurate crossers in the division are Manchester City and Chelsea. In what should be a low scoring game defined by a congested midfield, crossing the ball from deep positions could play a surprisingly large role.

De Bruyne, the fourth most frequent crosser (from open play) in the Premier League, will no doubt look to cross towards the back post, an area Chelsea have struggled to defend throughout Conte’s spell in west London. De Bruyne will seek out Sane’s brilliant arcing runs in between the wing back and centre back.

For Chelsea, Fabregas is the most prolific crosser (4.3 attempted per match). Assuming Morata or Giroud start up front, this is undoubtedly a strategy Chelsea will look to utilise; after all, Conte’s side have scored as many headed goals this season (13) as any other club in Europe’s top five leagues.
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Former University of Montana women’s soccer coach Mark Plakorus said he was “devastated, disgusted, upset” after the University of Montana said that he’d been fired for using a university issued cellphone to text escort services during recruiting trips.

“I’m a bit devastated that the athletic director would trash me and involve confidential information and false information throughout that whole story, and violate my rights to confidentiality,” Plakorus said in a phone interview late Thursday night, referring to a Missoulian story about his dismissal. “It’s wrong. I was not fired, I did not resign. I was told I was having my contract not renewed.”

Two members of the soccer team told the Missoulian that at theend of the fall season, more than a dozenplayers went to Athletic Director Kent Haslam and Senior Associate Athletic Director Jean Gee with complaints that Plakorus’ behavior made them uncomfortable. The two players requested anonymity.

A former player, who also requested anonymity, contested those allegations, attributing them to players who didn’t get as much playing time as they wanted and accusing them of having “a vendetta” against Plakorus.

Plakorus said he was never aware of any actions that made players uncomfortable until the Athletic Department, with help from the Title IX Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, conducted a “climate survey.”

But those complaints were not the reason Plakorus was fired, Haslam said. Rather, Plakorus was dismissed after the discovery that Plakorus had used a university issued cellphone to text escort services while in Las Vegas in June and November 2017, January and March 2016, and February 2015 on recruiting trips. That’s as far back as the Athletic Department looked, Haslam said.

Friday afternoon, the university released a statement from President Seth Bodnar about the process.

“The University’s first priority in our athletic programs is the success and support of our student athletes. In this case, when concerns were raised, the university initiated a careful process with qualified professionals to examine the situation thoroughly,” Bodnar said.

“In early November, when athletic department leadership became aware of the concerns, the process began. The news of this week, the fact that we are seeking a new leadership direction in the soccer program, is the result of that process,” Bodnar said.

In an email Saturday, Bodnar said that while the decision to part ways with Plakorus “was the correct one,” the communication to the public “could have and should have been handled better.”

He said he and Haslam did not discuss the press release terming Plakorus’s departure as a “resignation” before it went out.

“Transparency at the University of Montana is extremely important to me,” Bodnar said Saturday. “Equally important is that we maintain a culture in which our students and employees feel safe and comfortable reporting possible concerns.

“With situations like this, we must strike a delicate balance. We must act in accordance with Montana state law to protect the individual rights of our students and employees, while being as clear and transparent as possible and rigorously protecting an environment in which our students and employees feel safe and comfortable to report any concerns they may have,” Bodnar said in the email.

In his phone conversation with the Missoulian, Plakorus repeatedly denied using an escort service.

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when I’m on recruiting trips by myself, sometimes I’ll want to go out to dinner and I’ll want some companionship and so I’ll respond to a personal ad,” Plakorus said. “And I did contact people through a personal ad, but I did not ever use an escort service as it was termed, or anything of that manner whatsoever.”

Plakorus said he used Craigslist or Bumble, a social and dating application that, in heterosexual matches, permits only women to start a chat with their male matches.

“It’s a place that I do let loose a little bit, because I don’t ever really do a lot here in Missoula,” Plakorus said of Las Vegas. “I keep to myself and try to keep a low profile here. So I’m just like any normal red blooded American guy, you know. I like to have a little fun every once in a while. And I don’t see anything wrong when I’m on a university trip, that when I’m done with my work for the day, that I go and have a little time for myself.”

Plakorus said he went home with some of the women, and that it’s his choice how he spends his personal time on recruiting trips. His mistake, he said, was using the university issued cell phone to respond to personal ads.

“I fully admit that I used my university phone, sometimes for personal use,” Plakorus said. “Should I have? No, I shouldn’t have and I’ll admit that. But to me, that’s the only crime that I committed, or not even a crime. I violated a university policy of usage of your cellphone.”

Plakorus said the allegations players made against him are false. He said he had never heard about any complaints until Dec. 5, when Haslam and Gee told him they were conducting a climate survey to evaluate the players’ claims.

For the survey, members of the school’s Title IX office questioned team members to examine perceptions and experiences regarding sexual harassment and assault.

Plakorus said the university looked into complaints concerning his communication with players in terms of playing time, concerning his “emotional inconsistency,” and his interactions with his staff, specifically that he didn’t listen to them and take their input. “Really a lot of things that a lot of players will kind of say about a lot of coaches when they complain about things when it comes to playing time,” he said.

“And then they brought up this uncomfortable thing,” he said. “They told me that the allegations were: I touched players’ hair, that I texted players excessively into late hours in the night, that I put my arm around a player. They said that I’ve met with players one on one without other staff members there.”

Plakorus said he was not asked to respond to these claims in any way.

The former player, who suited up for Montana for four seasons while Plakorus was coach, said that “not once did I ever experience or hear about anything from other girls on the team about anything that made them feel uncomfortable in any situation, or like a hint of anything sexual at all. It’s truly heartbreaking. I don’t think the girls that went in understand what they’re doing to him. They’re literally ruining his career, ruining his life.”

She called Plakorus an “amazing” coach, adding that “the big thing is,
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he cared about us not only as soccer players but as human beings. He wanted to see us grow into adults after we were done with soccer. That’s why I keep in contact with him still. He cares about me as a person. I think a lot of girls that I talk to feel the same exact way.”

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The 61 year old, who has lived in the street for 25 years, believes the flooding has something to do with a storm drain behind the houses which is either blocked or has collapsed and is overwhelmed by rain off the fields.

Patricia’s daughters Catherine, 33, and Rachel, 25, went to put up her Christmas tree yesterday morning. They then went to Rachel’s house, nearby, to put up some of her decorations.

“Next door came and said the house was flooded,” said Catherine. “I opened the door and all the water was just running straight through the door as soon as I opened it.

“It was so easily preventable.

“She is just worried she is not going to get insured again.”

The family rushed to take valuables upstairs but things like the washing machine, tumble dryer and oven had to be left in inches of water.

Forced to turn off her electricity, Patricia was left in darkness yesterday and it wasn’t long before her property started to smell.

Social landlords, including Riverside, were arranging alternative accommodation for flood hit residents and their pets.

Shelley Rabin, 47, who lives across the road, said: “I’m devastated because I have just done it all out. I don’t know what I’m going to do now because nobody will insure me.”

Her neighbour Michele Green, 40, (corr) said: “We have been flooded about four times. It’s like a river when it does flood.

“When they open their doors the water has got nowhere to go.”

She added that the neighbours were “brilliant”, rallying round to help one another.

Ian Storey (corr), managing director for Story Homes, said: “We are aware of the flooding which has affected some of the residents on Oakland’s Drive in Upperby during particularly high levels of rainfall.

“This is an extremely unfortunate event for all those affected and we are working closely with residents to alleviate the current situation.

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Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic keeps making history at the Pyeongchang Olympics. The first athlete to compete in both Alpine skiing and snowboarding in the same Olympics now is an Olympic champ in both.

The gold medalist in the super G on skis last week added a gold medal in snowboard Saturday in the parallel giant slalom, her best event.

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Ledecka outraced Selina Joerg of Germany in the two woman final. Ramona Theresia Hofmeister of Germany took the bronze.

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Ledecka’s win on skis was among the most shocking moments of these Games . maybe of any Games. The race already had been called for the most part, and from the a position well after all the projected contenders had gone she skied past the three presumed medalists.

Ledecka has won Alpine snowboarding’s overall World Cup title each of the past two seasons, and she is the reigning world champion in parallel giant slalom.
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Georgia now has 51 confirmed flu related deaths, up from 37 on Wednesday and 25 just a week ago.

The state Department of Public Health also reported Friday that there were 120 hospitalizations due to influenza infection in the eight county metro Atlanta region during the week of Jan. 21 through Jan. 27. total to 53. Public Health has confirmed one pediatric death in Georgia, identified by media reports as a Newnan teenager.

About half of the children who died apparently had been healthy and had no special vulnerability to this viral disease, Dr. Anne Schuchat, acting director of the CDC, said Friday.

“Unfortunately, our latest tracking data indicate flu activity is still high and widespread,” Schuchat said at a weekly briefing. The report is from data as of one week ago, the 10th week of this flu season.

“So far this year, the cumulative rate of hospitalizations is the highest since we been tracking in this way, which goes back to 2010, Schuchat said.

“This is a very difficult season,” she added.

The CDC also recorded an increase in the percentage of patients who visited medical providers complaining of influenza like illness across the nation.

“We have not hit our peak yet, unfortunately,” CDC spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund said, according to CNN. “Really, the bottom line is, there is still likely many more weeks to go.”

Schuchat said there are hopeful signs in the latest flu report.

“For the second week in a row, there are signs that activity in the West may be easing up,” she said, according to CNN. “However, we are by no means out of the woods.”

Nationally,
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only about 20 percent of those children who died had been vaccinated, said Dr. Dan Jernigan, director of the CDC influenza division, according to NPR. Even though this year vaccination is not very effective, health officials say it still offers some protection. And they say it not too late to get vaccinated.

Schuchat said parents should be especially concerned if their child has a high fever. In that case, parents should call their doctor to see whether a child needs to be seen or taken to an emergency room, NPR reported. “Worrisome signs are a very high persisting fever, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat or shallow rapid breathing, or significant tiredness or confusion.”

The predominant flu strain this season, H3N2, typically leads to more illnesses and deaths.

Dr. Patrick O commissioner of the state Department of Public Health, said this week that Georgians should call ahead to a doctor office, pharmacy or Public Health to see if they have availability of vaccine. WABE reported that some pharmacies are running low on flu shots.

O said there are sporadic shortages of antiviral drugs such as Tamiflu for flu patients, but that “there not a statewide shortage. other Public Health recommendations:

Stay home from work or school if you sick, so you don spread the flu. Before returning to school or work, flu sufferers should be free of fever (without the use of a fever reducer) for at least 24 hours.

If your doctor prescribes antivirals, take them.

If you not sick, stay away from people who are.

Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently to help guard against the flu. If soap and water are not accessible, the next best thing is to use alcohol based sanitizing gels.

Cover the nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing to help prevent the spread of the flu. Use a tissue, or cough or sneeze into the crook of the elbow or arm.

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LaunchHouse, a co working community, will celebrate its 10 year anniversary this year. Ten years ago, my business partner Dar Caldwell and I started our dream out of a room above Geraci’s Pizza.

During the last decade, I watched as the city of Cleveland and the Northeast Ohio region grew to accommodate the hungry entrepreneurs who decided to make this place their home. The one feeling that has sustained me the most during this last decade has been one of hope. I have that same feeling as I look forward to what this year will bring for our region’s entrepreneurial community.

If you look at the startup landscape in Cleveland, it seems as though the city is trying to be Silicon Valley with app based companies winning startup competitions and seed funding. Yet, our region excels at manufacturing, health care and food. While companies involved in those areas aren’t flashy, they are poised for steady and consistent growth in 2018. Companies like NRS Industries, Vitamix and Peaceful Fruits all demonstrate how non tech companies can start and grow in our region.

Cleveland does not have to mimic the West Coast tech hub to be relevant it simply needs to keep playing to its strengths.

2. Libraries will continue to evolve as hubs for entrepreneurs.

Cuyahoga County has taken the lead by creating innovation centers, and the trend will spread to other systems throughout Northeast Ohio. This trend is not isolated, and I expect other library systems to follow suit. Just as Amazon changed how we consume books and ordered goods online, automation and technology will do the same for libraries across the state and country. Libraries will evolve to be more than just repositories of knowledge. They will be places where entrepreneurs launch their next big idea.

3. The conversation around supporting startups will shift from “funding” to “community.”

Ask any startup founder and they will tell you that getting seed funding for their venture is on the top of their mind. Yet if you look around Cleveland, the valuations and requisite funding are nowhere on par with that of California, New York or any VC heavy area. To keep our startup community vibrant, rather than asking, “How can we ensure that startups are funded in Cleveland?,” we ought to shift to asking, “Besides funding, what can we do as a community to help a startup become successful?”

Many in the business community can provide access to their networks, mentoring opportunities and guidance for many of the new startups that will be founded in 2018.

4. There will be an increase in collaboration between the entrepreneurial communities in Cleveland, Akron and Youngstown.

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While tax incentives can work to lure large businesses to an area on the promise of bringing jobs, much of where our economy will change will be on the individual level. Members of the “gig economy” and freelancers are increasing; more parents are staying at home and starting side hustles while raising their kids.

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I truly believe Cleveland and Northeast Ohio can continue to grow as a place where entrepreneurs can launch their dreams. Our region is more than an area that has a cheap cost of living. It has people who will work hard to turn their dreams into reality. Whether it’s an app or a food truck or a self made product, you have the ability to build it this year in Northeast Ohio. I am excited to see what our region’s entrepreneurs create in 2018.
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The Almira Township Fire and EMS Department feels like family to James Morse Sr. and with good reason.

Morse, 83, has decided to hang up his boots after 58 years of service to the volunteer department where he has worked to protect his community alongside friends, neighbors and family members.

“Four generations of the Morse family have served as firefighters,” said Morse, whose father William was a founding member of the township department.

“I must say my wife has had a lot of sleepless nights after the siren goes off. She has had to wonder if her family would all make it home.”

James and his wife Pat have been married for 57 years, have five children and 11 grandchildren. Their four sons, Jim, Jeff, John and current Almira fire chief Jay, have all been members of the department.

Grandsons Jerry and Andrew Morse are trained firefighters and two daughters in law have worked as EMTs.

“It makes me very proud to see my sons and grandsons continue with the department,” said Morse, who served as chief from 1969 1984.

Jay Morse says he is proud to be following in his father’s footsteps.

“I grew up as a ‘fire house brat’ and we always had a work ethic to community service instilled in us,” he said.

The elder Morse has been dedicated to his community since returning to his hometown after serving in the Army’s 2nd Armored Division during the Korean War.

He is a charter member of the Lake Ann Lions Club and retired from the State of Michigan after 27 years in special education at the Arnell Engstrom School.

As chief of the fire department, Morse oversaw the introduction of the first Plectron paging system in Benzie County and the purchase of Scott air packs. He secured funding for the departments first new engine and tanker and led a group of volunteers in building an addition to the fire hall.

Morse says, while he is proud of his achievements as chief, there have been moments on the job that he will never forget.

“I’ve had my life on the line a couple of times but losing a child because of an accident, when there was nothing we could have done, that is the worst,” he said.

Morse says while he is looking forward to retirement and winters in Florida, he knows that the sound of a siren will always turn his head.
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Consider the deals a metaphorical welcome basket for Thompson replacement, Brian Gutekunst.

The Packers concluded their search for a new general manager Sunday by naming Gutekunst the successor to Thompson, who will transition to the role of senior adviser to football operations. And while signing Adams and Linsley to long term deals crossed two important items off the checklist, Gutekunst is not lacking for work as the Packers attempt to rebound from a dismal 7 9 season that saw them finish third in the NFC North.

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1. Sign Aaron Rodgers to extensionRodgers will become the highest paid player in the National Football League whenever he and the Packers agree on a new deal, which should take place this spring. At age 34, Rodgers remains in the prime of his career and has anywhere from four to seven quality seasons left to play. The Detroit Lions signed quarterback Matthew Stafford to a five year, $135 million contract extension Aug. 29, 2017, to give him the largest salary in the league. His deal averages $27 million per year and included $60.5 million in guaranteed money. Derek Carr of the Oakland Raiders (five years, $125.025 million) and Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts (five years, $122.970 million) round out the top three. Whatever terms Rodgers and the Packers agree on, expect them to be even bigger.

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3. Draft an edge rusherAs minor injuries nagged Clay Matthews and Nick Perry down the stretch, nothing was more apparent defensively than the Packers lack of depth at outside linebacker. Second year pass rusher Kyler Fackrell, a third round pick in 2016, has not produced the way Thompson hoped he would after 36 tackles for loss in three seasons at Utah State. Rookie Vince Biegel saw his growth stunted by foot surgery that cost him all of training camp. And at age 33, veteran Ahmad Brooks lacked the pop he had earlier in his career despite giving tremendous effort. The Packers have the No. 14 pick in this year draft after finishing 7 9. Raji with the ninth overall selection. This might be the Packers best chance to draft a quality pass rusher who can contribute from day one, and Gutekunst surely knows it.

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If you taken a drive down King Street over the last few days, you may have noticed an oddly placed tent on the roof of the local fire department. No, the building hasn been taken over by squatters, but it has been home to a handful of Spruce Grove Firefighters.

Now in its eighth year, firefighters with the Spruce Grove Fire Department are once again raising money and awareness for muscular dystrophy with their annual Muscular Dystrophy Rooftop Campout.

Running from Feb. 19 22, the fundraising event has a final goal of raising $25,000, which will be used to help those suffering from neuromuscular disorders. Funding raised through the campaign will help pay for support services, muscular dystrophy research and mobility equipment.

This year three firefighters have taken it upon themselves to brave the weather in support of a good cause. Jordan Hoffman is in his second year taking part in the campout and is joined by two new recruits, Jordan Hanratty and Travis Poseluzny. on Feb. 19 and on Feb. 20, they said they had no complaints about the cold weather.

far it been really good. We were fortunate enough to have a heater so that we didn have to completely freeze overnight. We got a great tent and its been really good so far, so no complaints, Hoffman said.

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With a $25,000 goal, the Spruce Grove Fire Department has already raised more than $200,000 for muscular dystrophy research over the last eight years and Hoffman said its become the organizations campaign of choice.

have been involved with muscular dystrophy awareness for quite awhile. It kind of our campaign of choice as firefighters and our hope is to find a cure, he said.
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The Cleveland200 fund is designed to serve as an on ramp that will help startups access all that new capital.

To prepare startups for that opportunity, Flashstarts needed more capital. The Cleveland200 fund is four times bigger than either of the other two funds previously raised by Flashstarts, which operates a business accelerator and the StartMart coworking space in downtown Cleveland’s Terminal Tower.

The fund will invest between $20,000 and $50,000 in each company, in exchange for a 4% to 8% equity stake, according to a news release announcing the fund.

For the most part, Flashstarts will focus on financing companies in Northeast Ohio and throughout the state, and those interested in moving here, given that many of the local investors that recently raised capital are required to invest that money in this region, Stack said. However, he said the fund may invest in some companies outside of Ohio.

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Schiff disputed the memo assertion as accurate, saying the court was aware that there was a political motivation behind the Steele dossier. The California Democrat also said it is normal in FISA applications not to name individuals who may be sources of information.

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