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first_imgMGN ImageLITTLE VALLEY – Three new COVID-19 related deaths were reported in Cattaraugus County on Thursday, bringing the county’s death toll to 50.The Cattaraugus County Health Department says an 80-year-old man, 57-year-old man and 90-year-old man all developed respiratory failure and were unable to overcome their illnesses.There have been 23 COVID-19 related deaths reported in the county in December.Health officials also reported 79 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the county’s total to 2,565 with 504 active. The county’s seven-day average infection rate is up to 9.9 percent; with 46 hospitalizations.Of the total cases, 2,011 have recovered. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgWhey-based Wood Finish Company Based In HardwickMONTPELIER, Vt. – A Hardwick company that makes wood finishes from a dairy by-product has won a prestigious award for environmentally friendly building products and hopes to parley that into continued growth.Vermont Natural Coatings’ PolyWhey(tm) product, developed with the assistance of the Vermont Department of Economic Development and the University of Vermont, was selected as one of BuildingGreen’s 2008 Top-10 Green Building Products by the editors of Environmental Building News and GreenSpec(r).This seventh annual award recognizes the most innovative and exciting green building products added to the GreenSpec(r) Directory during the past year or covered in Environmental Building News.”When government can be a catalyst for innovation, the result is quality jobs for Vermonters,” said Kevin Dorn, Secretary of the Agency of Commerce and Community Development. “We’re very pleased to have played a small role in Vermont Natural Coatings’ success, and hope we can help them continue to grow.”Vermont Natural Coatings’ PolyWhey(tm) wood finishes are designed to enhance the innate beauty of wood and preserve it with a durable shield that is environmentally safe for those who work with it and for those who live with it.The products are the result of recent scientific innovations using whey proteins, a natural by-product of the dairy industry. This hard-wearing “polymer” wood coating meets the highest professional and environmental standards.The products were developed at the University of Vermont’s Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences by Dr. Mingruo Guo, Ph. D., with the help of funding secured through the efforts of George Robson of the Vermont Department of Economic Development.Vermont Natural Coatings was founded in 2004 by Andrew Meyer who began with the idea of using a by-product of the cheese-making process to develop environmentally-friendly wood treatment applications.The University of Vermont, which had patented Guo’s formulas, licensed them to Meyer, who had worked with Guo, for the North American market.”We were thrilled to be selected as one of the top ten new products this year in the rapidly growing category of green products,” said Meyer.”This just underscores the enthusiastic and positive response we’ve received from the industry and the public for our products, which are not only green, but offer a rapid drying, odor-free option for floor coating without compromising on durability or aesthetics,” he said.Upon receiving the award at the recent Green Build Boston conference in Boston, Vermont Natural Coatings announced that they will be launching a line of outdoor wood treatment applications and other natural whey-based products after several years of testing. Orders for their exterior line are already being accepted for spring delivery.The company, which currently employs four, is seeking investors to grow the company to the next level. “We’re seeking partners who share our vision for high quality products and commitment to the economic vitality of rural Vermont,” Meyer said.A big driver in the development of green products continues to be the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED(r) Rating System (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), which awards points for the use of certain product types or for the energy or water savings that certain green products can achieve.”Designers of LEED buildings are looking for green products, and manufacturers, such as Vermont Natural Coatings, are responding,” said Alex Wilson, president and coeditor of BuildingGreen and GreenSpec, the leading national directory of green building products.”Our selections of the Top-10 Green Building Products represent a wide range of product types in many different application areas,” noted Wilson. “Most of the Top-10 products this year, including Vermont Natural Coatings, have multiple environmental attributes.”For additional information, visit www.vermontnaturalcoatings.com(link is external) or www.thinkvermont.com(link is external)last_img read more

first_imgThe Batesville Girls Tennis team defeated Milan 5-0 on Tuesday.#1 Singles- Lydia Olsen won 6-0, 6-1#2 Singles- Erin Longstreth won 6-0, 6-0#3 Singles- Julia Hunter won 6-0, 6-0#1 Doubles- Brooke Bradford and Kelli Hartman won 6-0, 6-0#2 Doubles- Macy Simon and Karsen Worthington won 6-1, 6-0The JV team defeated Milan 4-0. Alana Pincley won in singles while the doubles teams of Anna Kick/Grace Heppner, Jenna Harmeyer/Audrey Weigel, and Rachael Rose/Anna Kick were all winners.The Varsity is now 5-1 while the JV is 6-0. Batesville will play at Rushville on Wednesday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Mike McKinne.ylast_img read more

first_imgThey’ll haunt your dreams. Cam Bedrosian’s freaky eye-shake will haunt your dreams.The inside story: https://t.co/muX5H9mB66 pic.twitter.com/EX59pzobw9— Ryan Fagan (@ryanfagan) March 13, 2019I’ve been traveling from spring training camp to spring training camp, in Florida and Arizona, the past couple of weeks. Along the way, I’ve been asking players a series of quick-hitter questions for a series we’ve been calling “Two minutes with …” and one of those questions is “What’s the most useless talent you have?”Most guys don’t have an answer, and that’s OK. But that question has stayed on my list because occasionally, just occasionally, it produces a gem. Such was the case with Bedrosian.It went something like this …Me: “What’s the most useless talent you have?’“Oh, I can shake my eyes.”“Um, shake your eyes?”“Yeah.”And then he shook his eyes.“My god,” I said. “I’d say that’s kind of useless.”“It’s kind of amazing. Wow.” I had to know more. How does a person find out he has this type of talent?“Honestly, I don’t know how I really figured it out,” Bedrosian said. “Just one day, as a kid, it just kind of happened. I’d just freak everyone out in my family. Ever since then, man, I’ve done it.”I’m a new dad, with a bright-eyed six-month-old baby girl. All I could think was, if she ever did that with her eyes I’d probably freak out. So did his parents ever take him to the doctor?“Nah,” he said with a laugh. “Just one of those things, they kept telling me not to do it in case it, you know, made a spasm in my eye or something. My brothers can do it a little bit, too, but I can do it better.” TEMPE, Ariz. — The Angels’ clubhouse has no shortage of talent. Mike Trout is the best player in baseball. Shohei Ohtani is showing the world being a full-time two-way player — a star, even — is possible. Jo Adell is the sport’s No. 6 prospect, according to Baseball America. But the most jaw-dropping natural ability in that clubhouse? Belongs to the guy whose locker is next to Ohtani — reliever Cam Bedrosian and his freaky shaky eyes. OK, so how does he make this black magic happen? “It’s basically, I feel like I’m flexing the back of my eyeballs,” Bedrosian said. “It’s really weird. I don’t know how I came about it. Just one day, it just kind of happened. I made my eyes shake. I don’t know. I don’t know how to explain it.” I don’t either. But it’s too good not to share.last_img read more