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first_imgLatest Stories Book Nook to reopen Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Published 7:09 pm Monday, July 6, 2009 Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Acid Reflux (Watch Now)Healthy LifestyleIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthGet Fortnite SkinsTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Sponsored Content You Might Like Pioneer Market Day July 11 to feature family fun The showers of blessings came just in time to give a boost to the produce bound for the market on… read more Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Print Articlecenter_img When Sen. Wendell Mitchell, D-Luverne, commits funds to a project, he likes to follow the project through. So, when he was invited to visit the Holman and Ethel Johnson Center for the Arts in Troy last week, he made time to do so.“Sen. Mitchell has been instrumental in the arts center project from the onset and this was the first opportunity that we’ve had to walk him through the Johnson Center since the grand opening almost a year ago,” said Richard Metzger, Center executive director. “We invited him down so that he could see how far we’ve come and also to thank him for his continued support.”On the tour, Mitchell viewed the Kenji Shinohara Japanese woodblock exhibit and also Ruth Walker’s “Memories” exhibit.“This was my first time to see the entire facility and I was very impressed with what has been accomplished,” Mitchell said. “I can’t imagine that other communities the size of Troy wouldn’t be a little envious of an art center of this caliber. If the Johnson Center is not the best art center for a community the size of Troy, it’s close to it. I’m proud that I was able to lend support to a facility that will mean so much to the Troy and Pike County communities for many years to come.” Mitchell said he has long viewed the arts as tools of education.“You can take all of the science and English that is offered, but if you don’t have an understanding and appreciation of art and cultural history then you don’t have the complete education that you need to compete in today’s world. To be really well rounded, you needed to be exposed to the arts.”Mitchell said he was the first, or one of the first, to put seed money into the cultural arts center project.“I was in Troy the day that the plans for the arts center were finished,” he said. “We were there in the public relations and tourism office, and when I saw the plans, I knew that I wanted to do what I could to make sure the project became a reality.” Mitchell donated seed money to the arts center project that day and has made donations periodically since that time.“And, from what I’ve seen, the money was very well spent,” he said.“The Johnson Center for the Arts is a great asset to Troy and Pike County and will be for many years to come.” Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Mitchell tours arts center By The Penny Hoarder By Jaine Treadwell Skip Email the authorlast_img read more

first_imgRico Back, Royal Mail Group Chief Executive Officer, said: Dr Jenny Harries, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, said: Widespread diagnostic testing during a pandemic is enormously important to controlling the spread of infection. This initiative is a substantial step forward in our ability to fight this disease that will save many lives. Alongside other difficult but necessary public health measures such as physical distancing, cancelling mass gatherings, and school closures, testing is a critically important part of the response. Wellcome is extremely grateful to the government, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Amazon and Randox for joining this important partnership, and has been supporting this critical initiative. We believe our role serving customers and the community during this time is a critical one, and we are committed to working closely with the Government to identify ways in which we can support efforts to respond to the crisis. We are committed to this important initiative to support NHS frontline staff. We have significant diagnostic capability and assets within the UK and, at this time of unparalleled national need, look forward to working with collaborative partners to meet the Government’s objectives. Mark Stevenson, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Thermo Fisher Scientific, said: Government working with industry, philanthropy and universities to significantly scale up testing. Our diagnostic test for COVID-19 will help to protect patients and enable medical staff to respond swiftly to treat those who are ill and prevent the spread of infection. This is closely aligned with Thermo Fisher’s mission – to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. In partnership with the UK government and our industry partners, we are committed to expanding the availability of diagnostic testing to prevent the spread of this virus. Randox CEO Dr Peter FitzGerald said: Doug Gurr, UK Country Manager, Amazon, said: Royal Mail fully understands the devastating impact of the coronavirus outbreak on families, businesses and communities across the UK. We have a responsibility to help people stay connected, especially in this crisis when many are unable to leave their home. The Universal Postal Service provides a lifeline for businesses and communities across the UK, and never more so than at this difficult time. We already deliver vital Government mail in relation to coronavirus. We are working closely with pharmacies and NHS trusts across the UK. And we are delivering many prescriptions and hospital appointments. This is of key importance for us. We will safely deliver these vital tests, a key step forward in the nation’s battle against the virus. Sir Jeremy Farrar, Director of Wellcome, said: Dozens of universities, research institutes and companies across Britain are lending their testing equipment to 3 new hub laboratories which will be set up for the duration of the crisis. No equipment already in use for coronavirus testing or other vital work will be taken.All current coronavirus testing and research will continue, including at existing local NHS and Public Health England test laboratories, and this new programme will add significant new capacity.Thermo Fisher Scientific and Randox, who make the equipment, are providing extensive logistical and technical support.The first lab is now undergoing validation which is expected by tomorrow. Once approval is given, it is expected to enter operation over the weekend, initially on a fairly small scale, and processing around 800 samples.It will be scaled up every week from then on, with 2 other hub laboratories being stocked with equipment and opening soon.The first samples to be processed in the labs will be taken from frontline health workers. As the labs’ capacity increases, other frontline workers will be tested. The samples will be taken at special sites set up around the country, initially in coronavirus hotspots such as London.Work is also underway to source more of the kits needed to take samples from people – of which there is a worldwide shortage.Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: We want to save lives, protect the most vulnerable, and relieve pressure on our NHS. Healthcare staff are key in our fight against the virus and I want to ensure that any frontline NHS or care worker who has symptoms of coronavirus or who has a family member with symptoms can be tested quickly and reliably. I pay tribute to the generosity and public spirit of Britain’s universities, research institutes and companies who have lent us their equipment without hesitation. New partnership with Thermo Fisher Scientific, Amazon, Boots, Royal Mail and Randox, alongside the Wellcome Trust and top UK universities to boost testing capacity for frontline NHS staff. I am extremely proud that Boots is supporting COVID-19 testing for NHS workers. Boots has been at the heart of UK healthcare for 171 years and has always come forward to support the community in times of need. We will work with the NHS to recruit trained professionals – both Boots colleagues and from the wider community. I am sure there will be many trained healthcare clinicians and students, who will step forward to support our dedicated NHS colleagues. Drive through test locations are being defined but will be spread across the UK; they will not however be in Boots stores, allowing our colleagues to focus on supporting our patients and customers. This new service, which will be free, will help end the uncertainty of whether NHS staff need to stay at home. Those who test negative for coronavirus will be able to return to work – enhancing the capacity of the NHS and social care to treat patients and care for those in community settings, with plans for a full roll-out for health, social care and other frontline workers.Amazon and Royal Mail will help with logistics, while Boots has been supporting initial trials by supplying volunteer healthcare clinicians as testers. It will continue this support as the testing rolls out across the UK. Testing will not be done at Boots stores and these tests will not be available over the counter or for purchase online from any retailers.Sebastian James, Managing Director, Boots UK and ROI said: Laboratory-based testing on this scale is a little like building the medical equivalent of a car factory. We are assembling many different parts, some of them quite specialised and hard to find, then getting them to work accurately together in a highly co-ordinated process. There are bound to be teething problems, so we cannot switch on hundreds of thousands of lab tests overnight. But we hope that soon these hub laboratories will be operating round the clock, allowing us to significantly scale up our testing. Notes to editorsCreating the new hub laboratories is one of 3 main strands to increase our testing programme. The other 2 are boosting the capacity of existing local NHS and Public Health England labs; and urgently analysing the reliability of home testing kits that do not need labs. These could be a game-changer – if they are reliable.last_img read more

first_imgCAIRO, Egypt (Reuters) – Uganda won at the Africa Cup of Nations finals for the first time in more than 40 years, as they upset the Democratic Republic (DR) of Congo 2-0 in their opening Group A match at the Cairo International Stadium yesterday.Both goals came from set-pieces as Patrick Kaddu headed home a 14th-minute corner and then Emmanuel Okwi got a touch onto a free kick just after halftime.Uganda last won at the finals in 1978 when they beat Nigeria in the semi-finals and finished runners-up to hosts Ghana.Yesterday’s surprise win served notice of the potential of a team not given much chance of progressing past the first round.Kaddu attacked the ball at the near post and got a sharp angle to his twisting header for the first goal.He had a good chance to score a second, also with a header from a cross-field ball, just three minutes later but put it wide of the target as the Congolese defence was beaten again.Uganda also shaved the crossbar with a shot from Farouk Miya four minutes from halftime while at the other end their goalkeeper Denis Onyango had his first save after 43 minutes when he stopped Cedric Bakambu’s effort.Okwi’s goal came when he looped the ball over Congolese goalkeeper Ley Matampi with a flick-on.Miya almost made it 3-0 in the 56th minute with a rasping shot that Matampi did well to save while Congolese substitute Jonathan Bolingi hit the Uganda crossbar with a 70th-minute header.The result is a setback for the languid-looking Congolese, who were semi-finalists in 2015 and quarter-finalists two years ago.The match was played in soaring temperatures of over 30 degrees Celsius and in front of a largely empty stadium, in stark contrast to Friday’s opening game where some 70 000 fans packed the iconic venue for the opening game of the tournament as hosts Egypt beat Zimbabwe 1-0.last_img read more

first_imgTipperary’s Senior Hurling Manager Eamon O’Shea says that he expects a tough challenge from Offaly in Tullamore this weekend.The Premier County take on the Faithfull in the quarter final of the National League on Sunday afternoon after topping Division 1A.Brian Whelehan’s Offaly side have notched up 3 wins from 5 in their Division 1B campaign. Eamon O’Shea says he has seen big improvements in Offaly in recent months and is expecting a battle on Sunday.Throw in at O’Connor Park in Tullamore is at 3 o’clock and Tipp FM will have full live coverage in association with Una Powell’s Pub, Summerhill, Nenagh and Loughnane Concrete, Ardcroney, Nenagh.last_img read more