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Thank you for your input. +1 Vote up Vote down No One · 358 weeks ago Congrats to the girls!!!! Report Reply 0 replies · active 358 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 358 weeks ago I guess i don’t understand. Does the team with the most points not win? Please enlighten me. Report Reply 0 replies · active 358 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down WHS CC Fan · 358 weeks ago cross country is like golf, lowest score wins. points are based upon where yout top runnerz finish. Other nonscoring runners can make opponents score go up by finishing ahead of opponents scoring runners.i Report Reply 0 replies · active 358 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down CC fan since 2010 · 358 weeks ago Great Job Boy and Girls!! Keep up the outstanding effort. Report Reply 0 replies · active 358 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down someone · 352 weeks ago good job boys and girls! so proud!!!!!! Report Reply 0 replies · active 352 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments JacobMcDonald9.4420YES Mackenzie Heacock7.217YES John Willis15.3019 Varsity Girls – 4KTIMEPlaceMedal BayleeDeJarnett20.5517YES 3rdDouglass45 TylerBenson26.51 1stPratt36 JV race5K raceTIMEPlaceMedal GracieDefore26.3610YES will be Oct.1 -Â Hosted by Goddard NickHawkins24.2411YES Joe Friesen22.1932 BlayzMarshall12.0175 SethTunnell20.226 LeahNelson20.5918YES MEET:Chaparral hosted meet at Anthony Lake Tyler Brown6.205YES JV GirlsÂ – 2 milesTimePlaceMedal JaedynLedesma17.506YES Next Meet for the 7th & 8th graders Montana Heacock7.1621 Kennedee Lara7.3612YES Freshman4K raceTIMEPlaceMedal Varsity5K raceTIMEPlaceMedal MackinzeTracy21.2420YES Varsity4K raceTIMEPlaceMedal ShelbyMcNamara24.198YES will be hosted by Halstead on Oct. 3rd 2ndWELLINGTON43 Gracie DeFore17.474YES WillLong20.104YES Jacob Johnson23.2441 Caitlin McDonald22.5810YES Lauren Scheufler18.0111YES Nick Hawkins13.244YES BrentWilliams22.20No places available Date:9/26/13Warm & windy Juan Chandler13.579YES Girls 6th GradeTimePlaceMedal MEET:Oxford hosted meet at the Winfield KS. Vet. Hospital JuliaPeck21.4221 Baylee DeJarnett20.4432 . Dane Monger7.5114 TristtonTracy22.49 Overall NEXT race for Middle School:Â Lake Afton, hosted by Goddard Lindsey Scheufler6.353YES WELLINGTON MS CROSS COUNTRY results Raeawna Nutt8.1518 Date:9/26/13Warm & windy Isaiah Rogers21.1122YES Brent Williams20.2216YES Zane Cornejo6.5913YES MattRinehard6.5151 7th Boys1 mileTIMEPlaceMedal Cabreil Roe19.1720YES WELLINGTON HS CROSS COUNTRY results by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Wellington High School Cross Country has had a long and wonderful history. But there has been one thing the Crusaders have never accomplished â€” winning a high school girls meet.Until, Thursday. Wellington girls won the Oxford varsity girls cross country meet which happened to be in Winfield.Wellington girls accumulated 37 points. Circle was the only other school to score with 40 points. Other schools attending were: Clearwater, Pretty Prairie, Central of Burden, Caldwell, Sunrise Academy, Classical School of Wichita, Cedar Vale-Dexter, Wichita Warriors, Bluestem, Wellington Christian Academy, Douglass, Elk Valley, Eureka, Cheney, Udall and Oxford.Â “I believe this is the first time we ever won it,” said Charles Wallace, Wellington head cross country coach for over 30 years. “I can’t remember it if we did.”The victory came with high winds and hot 90 degree temperatures.“My time went up 30 seconds,” said Jaedyn Ledesma, Wellington’s top senior runner.Ledesma placed third with a 17.01 time. Lauren Scheufler finished 11th with an 18.01 time. Wellington had three other girls medal including Leah Nelson, Cabrell Roe and Jo Tredway.On the varsity boys side, Brent Williams and Isaiah Rogers medaled.It has been a busy week for the cross country team which ran at Anthony Lake on Monday in the Chaparral meet that was originally scheduled for the Thursday before but was postponed because of rain.Wellington middle school then ran on Tuesday.The Oxford meet, held east of the state prison in Winfield contained runners from sixth grade to Wellington senior high. This was the first time this year that Wellington Christian Academy runners ran with WMS runners.The results for the week starting with the Chaparral meet on Monday to the Oxford meet Thursday are as follows: Varsity Girl’s WON the meet Varsity Girl’s Team Results (Lower points wins)8 schools competed Date:9/25/13Nice day for running, little windy Varsity Boys-5KTIMEPlaceMedal 8th Boys1.5 mileTIMEPlaceMedal Quinn McCue9.5341 Avery Barker8.3021 JacobFriesen8.04119 Next meet for WHS willÂ be Date:Â Tuesday, October 1st JV-Girls4K RaceTIMEPlaceMedal JV Boys – 2 milesTimePlaceMedal Billy Walker7.0216 Jaedyn Ledesma17.013YES IsaiahRogers22.272YES JoeFriesen23.32 Oct. 3rd – Hosted by Halstead Tyler Benson25.0048 JoTredway19.5412YES Tristton Tracy24.2144 Seth Tunnell16.1723 William Daily22.5826 CaitlinMcDonald34.2513YES MEET:Andover Hosted Middle School Meet McKenna Jones7.096YES MEET:Oxford hosted meet at the Winfield KS. Vet. Hospital PeytonWitham27.2711YES Houston Sober20.1531 Mackinze Tracy20.1329 Date:9/24/13 Boys-6th GradeTimePlaceMedal HoustonSober23.21 Next meet for the 6th graders All 6 Graders ran in7th Grade 1 mile race JacobJohnson26.52 LaurenScheufler18.278YES CabreilRoe20.5016YES Will Long15.3220 Jo Tredway19.2121YES Shelby McNamara17.515YES This will be the 6th grades last meet. WELLINGTON High School CROSS COUNTRY results EthanRowley9.17137 Elise LeGrand9.0525 Date:9/24/13Nice day for running, little windy Leah Nelson18.5617YES Hunter Bryant9.1336 Julia Peck21.2036 MEET:Chaparral hosted meet at Anthony Lake JuanChandler24.1810YES
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By John BurtonRED BANK – Local legislation regulating business district signage is meeting resistance from the business community, and may prohibit some signs designed by the ordinance’s main supporter.The Borough Council at its Feb. 24 meeting introduced an ordinance that revises the long-standing one regulating signs in the business districts as well as the borough’s historic district, which includes much of the downtown commercial Special Improvement District, and meet the standards of the borough master plan, intending to protect the district.The proposed ordinance would regulate the size and scope of signs, as well as the maximum height they would be permitted on buildings, among other restrictions.Another provision of the ordinance is that it does not allow internally illuminated signs.The ordinance is the work of the council’s code enforcement committee, chaired by Republican Councilwoman Cindy Burnham, with Burnham and the committee having spent two and a half years and roughly $18,000, with most of the money going to pay a professional planner.Of the ordinance, Burnham said “We accomplished what we set out to do,” which was to revise the long-on-the-books ordinance and simplify it. “Maybe not to everyone’s satisfaction. But you can’t please all the people all the time.”Burnham a couple of weeks ago announced she had worked unilaterally with Red Bank Flavour, a former coalition of borough restaurant owners who worked to promote their businesses, for the businesses to pay for a series of signs that would direct visitors to downtown municipal parking lots. The signs, which Burnham said she designed, however, would be internally illuminated and lighted in the evenings, and hung from street side lampposts.Councilman Edward Zipprich, a Democrat, was critical of Burnham’s actions and pointed out that the signs would violate Burnham’s ordinance. While appreciating that businesses may feel the signs directing visitors would help local businesses – “We support that,” he said – Zipprich took Burnham to task for her actions.“Cindy, taking charge, getting somebody to buy these signs and telling everybody she can do whatever she wants to do,” Zipprich said, “that’s not proper protocol.”Zipprich added, “I think if we approve the signage to the parking in the downtown it should be compliant with how the ordinance reads and protect the historic district.”“He’s wrong,” Burnham countered. “We’re not talking about store signs; we’re talking about traffic control signs.” She believed these signs would be exempt from the ordinance restrictions as a public service.Burnham also accused Zipprich of “playing politics.”“Come on Ed,” she answered. Do the best thing for the town, what’s right for Red Bank.”Borough attorney Jean Cipriani, was on vacation this week and unavailable to untangle the legalities of the ordinance.Red Bank RiverCenter, the management and advocacy organization for the borough commercial Special Improvement District, has its own reservations with the ordinance. There were a few specific points that RiverCenter objected, including the prohibition of internally illuminated signs, said the organization’s executive director, James Scavone. But, “In general, the ordinance itself is just too overwhelming and very confusing,” and may pose too onerous for future businesses thinking of relocating to the borough, he added.Scavone is encouraging the governing body to again review the proposal, “to see if there is another way to simplify the ordinance.” He suggested Red Bank look at Princeton’s comparable ordinance, just about six pages (as opposed to Red Bank’s 11-page ordinance), and use it as a template.“We simplified it,” from where it started, Burnham maintained, charging that RiverCenter and businesses “want to come in and do whatever they want here.”Mayor Pasquale Menna, a Democrat, agreed with Scavone, believing, “It’s still too bureaucratic, too long, too confusing and to apply it would be extremely expensive.”On the other hand, Menna continued, he likes Burnham’s parking signs and believes businesses should be permitted to use the illuminated signs. “As far as I’m concerned, any advertising mechanism that is commonly recognized in the industry should be available for their use in order to remain competitive and to keep a viable downtown,” Menna said.The borough attorney is comparing this ordinance to Princeton’s and may make recommendations. The borough planning board will have to review it, as well, before it returns to the council for its consideration and vote, officials said.
20 September 2007Working together again after their comedy Crazy Monkey presents Straight Outta Benoni, South African film makers Brendan Jack, Thomas Ferreira and Ronnie Apteker have put together Footskating 101, which follows the adventures of Vince, a poor miner’s son, as he perfects the art of “footskating”.The Footskating website points out that the producers had to make the movie on a budget of R1-million – an amount that would normally go into producing a decent 30-second television advertisement.To conserve costs, the producers shot the entire movie using untested technology – a high-definition camera that uses memory cards instead of film, the footage of which they then downloaded onto a laptop – and an external memory drive for immediate viewing on set.“And when we say set, we mean on the side of the road, or in someone’s house who had generously let us shoot for free, or in our production van that doubled as a stunt vehicle,” the producers say on their website.“And having the footage readily available meant that we could go straight from shooting to editing. Then catch a few hours sleep, and then repeat the process until the shooting was complete.”Editing was done using easily available video editing tools on an Apple Macintosh computer in a friend’s flat, while actors helped out with holding lights on set and moving equipment.“You make a film on a million rand by pre-planning, asking favours, sweating, sometimes shooting from the hip . and when all else fails, by praying.”Skateboarding without a skateboardThe movie follows the adventures of Vince, a poor miner’s son, as he sets out to save his small town from exploding and his family home from the government – all by inventing the new extreme sport of footskating.The website punts the sport, described as skateboarding for those who can’t really afford a skateboard, as the only sport that Chuck Norris will “never be the best in the world at”.The odds are stacked against Vince, as he has to find and train a team in a sport that no one has attempted before, go against his father’s wishes for him to work in the mine, overcome his fear of teams, contend with the town bullies “and maybe even find a girlfriend in the process”.With time running out for him, his family and his town, and with the high-profile skateboarding finals in Johannesburg looming, Vince has one last shot to find his place in the world and reveal his dream for all to see.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
*(HQ Note: Geocaching was born after selective ability was turned off in 2000, meaning that The Wombles has been participating for just about as long as geocaching has existed!) TW. Other cachers had already held events to chalk hill figures. The National Trust wanted people to help with maintenance at the Uffington White Horse in Oxfordshire, a 3,000 year old chalk hill figure. I set up two CITOs this summer to help with this. The Wombles is a British geocacher who has taken improving mother earth to a whole new level. He hosts regular CITOs, among them a recurring crowd favorite—Wombling free – Chalking the Horse—meaning that, if you’re in the UK, you can attend! HQ. How and when did you hear about geocaching? We caught up with The Wombles to discuss geocaching, CITO, and his commitment to preserving this prehistoric symbol: HQ. If someone reading this is looking for inspiration, what words of advice would you give them? The Uffington White Horse is a prehistoric chalk figure in the English hillside shaped like, you guessed it, a horse. First chalked approximately 3,000 years ago by inhabitants of either the Iron or Bronze age, it requires routine cleaning and preservation. TW. I’m a recently retired Engineer and Programme Director from the Telecoms industry. Outside of geocaching I volunteer by teaching Advanced Driving and for 4×4 response. Lots of cachers think of CITO as a chance to pick up trash—which it definitely is. But the events are not limited to this—it’s also a chance to preserve the integrity of cache-friendly places in other outside-of-the-box ways! HQ. What is the story behind your username? HQ. What gave you the idea to “chalk the horse?” TW. The Wombles are fictional furry creatures who tidy up and recycle what they find. They were created for children’s books and TV shows. We chose it as a family friendly name when we adopted our three children because it seemed appropriate. TW. Apart from chalking the horse, we had a great reaction to a 2012 litter pick up in a community space near Bristol (GC39V61). Some locals were on their fourth litter pick up on the site and were rather bemused by cachers appearing with GPSrs and enthusiastically diving into the bushes to retrieve rubbish. I was initially concerned that there wouldn’t be enough for our 50 volunteers to do. However the rubbish came and kept coming. We got 80 bags of rubbish plus lots of much larger rubbish such as 8 tyres, 2 wheels, a lawnmower, tent, security fencing, exhaust, bodywork, wheelbarrow, garden bench, astro turf, bottles, sign stand, large amounts of scrap metal and my personal favourite: a genuine kitchen sink. The only thing we didn’t retrieve was half a car (a car chassis)! TW. There has been a great reaction to these CITOs. How often do you get an opportunity to help maintain a prehistoric hill figure and ancient monument? It is very different to the norm and people get a feeling of shared ownership over their heritage. HQ. What has been the community/National Trust reaction to your CITOs? TW. In 2010 I hosted a CITO for the National Trust and UK caching organisation GAGB (The Geocaching Association of Great Britain), GAGB CITO with the NT (GC29Z9Z). We had 60 people attend and collected 43 bags of rubbish. SharePrint RelatedWombling free – Chalking the Horse — Geocache of the WeekSeptember 11, 2019In “Cache In Trash Out”CITO 2019 Season 1 RecapJune 11, 2019In “Community”Cache In Trash Out® (CITO) announcement for 2019January 7, 2019In “Environmental Initiatives” TW. No! Some ideas may take a little more effort but it’s worth it. HQ. What’s your background outside of geocaching? Share with your Friends:More TW. Team up with a community or volunteer group. They will usually help with the mechanics of a CITO but are looking for people. Cache In Trash Out® (CITO) is an environmental initiative supported by the geocaching community. Since 2002, CITO helps preserve the natural beauty of cache-friendly spaces. In that time, more than 363,000 people have volunteered at 18,000 events. HQ. In your opinion, what’s the best approach to creating a CITO? TW. It’s really not difficult to arrange a CITO. You can start by linking up with a volunteer group during the CITO season when cachers will want to earn a CITO souvenir. You’ll get plenty of cachers volunteering. TW. I started in 2001* after reading about geocaching in a computing magazine. At the time there weren’t many caches so I helped establish UK caching by negotiating with the major landowners for caching permissions. HQ. What was the first CITO you hosted? HQ. Have you ever had an idea that you thought was impossible? HQ. What is your favorite CITO you’ve attended or hosted?
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting July 1 marks the soft launch of the music collaboration startup YouPhonics. The brainchild of Aidan Nulman, YouPhonics allows users to record, share, and compose tracks together via a web-based interface.A musician himself, Nulman created the project to help address some of the obstacles that musicians sometimes face when they want to collaborate: distance between musicians, a shared interface, knowing the right musicians and being able to access one another’s skills. “When I moved away from my band in 2006, everything fell apart,” says Nulman. “I haven’t really spoken with the guys since then, even though we practiced and performed together week-in, week-out for over two years.”Stems and SoundsYouPhonics allows you to record or upload tracks. These become “stems” that you can share, download, listen and edit. Stems – yours and others’ – can be mixed in order to create new tracks. No surprise for a collaborative site, the site places a lot of emphasis on the community aspect, with a social profile, comments and “like” features. And Nulman says YouPhones plans to add more social integration options soon. Tags:#start#startups A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Personalized Beta Invitations and The Scalability of NiceYouPhonics is built with the help of Toronto-based Jet Cooper and BNOTIONS, but clearly the project rests on Nulman, who was once called the music industry’s Zuckerberg. As a solo entrepreneur, Nulman take a very personal and personalized approach to publicizing YouPhonics. (He wrote an apology to me last week, for example, when he didn’t have a press kit ready when I signed up for the beta.) Will being nice scale? Maybe not, but when I asked Nulman about all the personable and personalized emails and invitations, he said it makes for more “meaningful interactions.” Since meaningful interaction and collaboration are what YouPhonics hopes to foster musically as well, it seems like a good philosophy (and hey, good manners).YouPhonics’ competitors include other companies offering online music collaboration services, notably Indaba Music and Kompoz. YouPhonics has raised Friends and Family funding and is considering angel funding at this time. audrey watters Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…
The Trinamool Congress has kept another of its pre-poll pledges. The party-led government in West Bengal had promised to reopen several cases of political murder that took place during the 34-year rule of the Left Front.Chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday said her government would form a judicial commission to probe the 1970 Sainbari massacre in Burdwan. Four members of a family were allegedly killed by CPM activists in the incident.CPM politburo member and former state industry minister Nirupam Sen and Benoy Konar, leader of the Krishak Sabha – the party’s farmers’ wing – were the key accused in the Sain family murder.The March 1970 incident is considered as one of the most gruesome instances of CPM atrocities on Congress supporters in the past four decades. The family members were killed because they refused to change their political affiliation from the Congress to the CPM. One of them, a youth, was murdered in front of his mother. Mamata said the state government had earlier formed an inquiry commission to probe the case.”The erstwhile Left Front government never implemented any of the recommendations made by the judicial panel. The earlier government did not act against those whom the commission had recommended for penal action,” she said, adding that some members of the Sain family are still alive to give evidence in the case.The decision to reopen the case was taken in the first cabinet meeting on May 20 of the government.The CM said the state government was also reviewing the Baranagar-Cossipore mass killing of the early Seventies where several Naxalite youth were killed, allegedly by the police and Congress activists.advertisementReferring to the death of a young block development officer Kallol Sur in West Midnapore in 2008, Mamata said there would be a fresh probe into it.Sur, 30, posted in Daspur, had been vocal about corruption by the CPM-controlled panchayat in the NREGA programme. One day, his body was found hanging from the ceiling of his residence. Sur’s parents had suspected foul play.For more news on India, click here.For more news on Business, click here.For more news on Movies, click here.For more news on Sports, click here.
Spanish international Pedro’s desire to leave one of the biggest clubs in the world in order to further his career was a key factor in persuading Chelsea to sign him from Barcelona, manager Jose Mourinho said on Friday.But Mourinho refused to gloat at having apparently put one over rivals Manchester United, who had been regarded as favourites to secure his signature.”I only want to beat Manchester United on the pitch,” the Portuguese told a news conference. “I don’t want to say we won, that’s not the point.”Also read: Spain forward Pedro joins Chelsea from Barcelona He is nevertheless delighted to have given Chelsea an extra attacking option and has already been impressed with Pedro’s attitude.”He wants something more for his career, that’s an evident sign of ambition.”He won everything playing with all these stars but he wants more and I’m really happy with that.”When I’m told a player wants to leave Barcelona or Real Madrid, these giant clubs, I always ask ‘why?’Also read: Chelsea captain buys himself a Ferrari 275 GTB “He loves Iniesta, Messi, Neymar and those guys but will leave the comfort zone and come here to a new club, new country, new culture.”Signing Pedro and the Ghana international Baba Rahman, a left-back, from Bundesliga club Augsburg has given Chelsea a boost after a sluggish start in defence of their Premier League title.They drew 2-2 at home to Swansea after goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois was sent off, and then lost 3-0 to Manchester City.advertisement”We are not happy (with results) but we are calm,” Mourinho said. “This week we got a very good young left-back and we got one of the best attacking players in the world.”
Toradex announce the availability of HPeek by MVTec Software in its popular Toradex Easy Installertool. HPeek allows you to easily check the performance of your embedded device for typical machine vision applications without cost. The Toradex Easy Installer allows installation of the complete demo with just one click.HPeek enables evaluation of the functionality of the popular MVTec HALCON, the comprehensive standard software for machine vision with an integrated environment (HDevelop).HALCON is used widely across many industries – it simplifies tasks such as blob analysis, morphology, matching, measuring, identification, and 3D vision. To accelerate the execution, it supports Arm NEON as well as GPU acceleration. To learn more and to get a chance to ask questions and have them answered directly by the experts, join the upcoming guest webinar scheduled for 26 April 2018. HALCON is optimized for the needs of OEMs and system integrators and allows engineers to set up their own solutions for a specific machine vision task.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software Continue Reading Previous Rohde & Schwarz: FPC entry-level spectrum analyzer combines three key RF test instrumentsNext Eurotech: ReliaGATE 20-25 achieves SAP-certified integration as built on SAP Cloud Platform
Gracia insists Watford ready for West Ham battleby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveJavi Gracia believes that his Watford side is ready to do battle against West Ham United.The two teams face off against each other this weekend.Watford are 10th in the table, with West Ham one position above them due to a superior goal difference.Both have designs on finishing in the top half of the table.The Hornets boss said in his press conference: “They have won four games in a row and they are playing well, but I think we are ready to compete against them, just like we are ready to compete against all the teams.”We know they are full of confidence and they are in a good moment, but we don’t feel different. We usually keep the same attitude in all our games and play as we know we can.”It’s no different to us playing against Everton in the last away game, we are ready to compete.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say