first_img admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) High school students, parents, veterans, and career-changers are invited to learn more about technical careers during a November 7 event hosted by the Farmington Hills/Farmington Commission on Children, Youth & Families.Held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Costick Center, 28600 W. 11 Mile Rd. in Farmington Hills, the Technical Career Night will feature electricians, HVAC professionals, plumbers, and representatives from the automotive and environmental sectors, who will share their career success stories. Representatives from Farmington Public Schools, Oakland Schools Technical Campuses, and Oakland Community College will talk about technical training. For high school sophomores and juniors, help will be available with choosing classes to prepare for a technical career.Registration is not required. To learn more, contact Ed Cherkinsky at 248-661-5114 or Reported bylast_img read more

first_imgWith the victory, Sta. Teresa National High has claimed the third place in the standings with 4-2 win-loss slate, while Good Sheperd’s Fold dropped to fourth spot with 3-3 record.Agsanayan National High School, on the other hand, has salvaged some semblance of pride after a 76-63 victory over fellow eliminated Jordan National High School.Edjay Poscablo had 13 points to lead the way for the Agsanayan National High, which has 2-4 win-loss card, while John Paul Ronzales had 17 markers for Jordan National High (1-5).Knockout semifinals is slated on Dec. 29 at the same venue with No. 1 seed Guimaras State College taking on no. 4 ranked Good Shepherd’s Fold Academy, while No. 2 Buenavista National High tangles with No. 3 Sta. Teresa National High./PN Players box each other out during their National Basketball Training Center Guimaras game. COURTESY OF RICHARD GABAYOYO GUIMARAS State College handed Buenavista National High School its first loss in the National Basketball Training Center Guimaras leg with a 91-74 rout on Dec. 24 at the Guimaras State College Gym.Guimaras State imposed its presence on the Buenavista National High from the start en route to a lopsided win.Skyrus Occena finished with 28 points for Guimaras State, which tied its victim with 5-1 win-loss slate.Sta. Teresa National High School, meanwhile, clinched the third spot in the standings with a victory over the Good Shepherd’s Fold Academy. John Michael Adorador had 19 markers for the winning team.last_img read more

first_img Related TopicsCSU VikingsGary WatersMalone GAME PREVIEW: • Cleveland State will host Malone on Tuesday (Nov. 17) at 7:00 pm in the home opener for the Vikings. • CSU is 0-1 this year, dropping the season opener, 65-53, to Akron in the NE Ohio Coaches vs. Cancer Doubleheader on Saturday night at Kent State. • The game will be broadcast live on AM 1220 WHKW and with Al Pawlowski providing the play-by-play. • Pawlowski will also have the play-by-play on ESPN3. • Malone is 2-0 this season with wins over Davis & Elkins and Cedarville.THE MALONE SERIES: • Tuesday’s game will be the 11th all-time meeting between the two schools with CSU holding an 8-2 lead. • They have not played since Dec. 9, 1989, a 94-87 Malone win. • CSU had won the previous seven meetings in the series that dates back to 1958-59.GAME 1 RECAP – AKRON 65, CSU 53 (11/14/2015) • CSU dropped its season opener, 65-53, on Saturday night to Akron in the NE Ohio Coaches vs. Cancer Doubleheader. • The game was played at Kent State. • Andre Yates led the Vikings with 13 points and a career-high nine rebounds. • Demonte Flannigan added 11 points and eight rebounds, while Daniel Levitt had eight points, including two three-pointers. • Rob Edwards finished with eight points, five rebounds and four steals for CSU.HOME OPENERS: • The Vikings are 42-42 (.500) overall in all-time home openers. • CSU has won eight straight home openers and 10 of its last 12. The eight straight wins marks the longest streak in program history. • The Vikings are 33-17 (.659) in home openers as Cleveland State after going 9-25 (.265) in home openers as Fenn College. • Gary Waters is 8-1 in home openers at CSU. His eight wins in home openers are second most, trailing just Ray Dieringer’s nine.FOR STARTERS: • Kenny Carpenter, Demonte Flannigan and Terrell Hales all made their first career starts in Saturday’s game vs. Akron. • Flannigan totaled 11 points and eight rebounds, while Hales had five points and Carpenter finished with three rebounds and three assists. • The Vikings lost 143 starts from last year due to graduation or transfer. • Last year, CSU returned a Horizon League-best 118 starts.PRESEASON HL POLL: • CSU was tabbed seventh in the Horizon League Preseason poll, earning 173 points. • Valparaiso was the preseason Horizon League favorite, earning 418 points and 36 first place votes. • Oakland was second in the poll with 368 points and six first place votes, while Milwaukee was third with 344 points. • Detroit received 289 points and the last first place vote to finish fourth, while Wright State (253), Green Bay (215), CSU (173), UIC (125), Youngstown State (93) and Northern Kentucky (87) rounded out the poll.GOOD GENES: • Freshman forward Jibri Blount is the son of Mel Blount, who played 14 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers and is a member of the NFL Hall of Fame. • Blount was a second team all-district and All-Ohio honoree after averaging 16.0 points and 11.0 rebounds as a senior at Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary. • He led the team to a 26-1 record and a spot in the regional finals.GOOD GENES PART 2: • Freshman Jeron Rogers is the son of Carlos Rogers, a star basketball player at Tennessee State and the 11th pick in the 1994 NBA Draft by the Seattle SuperSonics. • Rogers was one of 10 finalists for the Mr. Basketball Award in Michigan as a senior at North Farmington HS last year. • He averaged 17.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.0 steals to lead team to regional appearance final as a senior.FOR THREE: • CSU has made a three-pointer in a school-record 535 straight games. • The Vikings have hit at least three three’s in 85 straight games. • The last time CSU failed to make a three-pointer was Feb. 21, 1998, when the Vikings were 0-for-8 in a 60-57 win over Detroit.THE LEAD VIKING: • CSU head coach Gary Waters is in his 10th season at CSU. • He is the third longest tenured coach in program history, behind Ray Dieringer (14 years) and Homer E. Woodling (13 years). • Waters is 347-263 in 20 years as a head coach and his 176 wins at CSU are a program record. • He ranks second in CSU history in games coached with 304 (Dieringer – 360) and second with a .580 win percentage, going 176-128 at CSU (Kevin Mackey – .673).#MOTOR CITY MADNESS: • The Horizon League Championship will take place at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Mich., from March 5-8. • It is the first time the tournament will be at a neutral site since 2002. • Under terms of the five-year agreement, Olympia Entertainment will host the men’s basketball tournament beginning in 2016. • The first two years of the tournament will be contested at venerable Joe Louis Arena, home to the National Hockey League’s Detroit Red Wings, before moving to the state-of-the-art Detroit Events Center, currently under construction in downtown Detroit.UP NEXT: • The Vikings travel to Rhode Island for a 7:30 pm contest on Saturday (Nov. 21) to begin play in the Cancun Challenge. • CSU heads to Cancun, Mexico for two games next week. The Vikings play Rider on Tuesday (Nov. 24) at 12:30 pm and will play at either 12:30 pm or 3:00 pm on Wednesday (Nov. 25) against South Dakota State or Houston Baptist. Matt Loedecenter_img Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.last_img read more

first_imgHalte bus di UEA ( Setelah bus hadir dengan teknologi ramah lingkungan, maka halte sebagai pra sarana transportasi idealnya juga harus mendukung kampanye yang sama. Namun pada penerapannya, terasa jauh lebih sulit mengimplementasikan halte yang ramah lingkungan. Namun nun jauh di Inggris, tepatnya kota Norwich, justru ada halte yang dibangun dengan tak hanya ramah lingkungan, tapi juga dapat memberi rasa nyaman bagi calon penumpang bus.Baca juga: Teknologi Ultra Broadband Sambangi Halte Bus di Selandia melansir dari laman (6/10/2017), sebuah halte bus di Univesity of East Anglia (UEA) di Inggris mendapat penghargaan dari Asosiasi Arsitek Norfolk atas keahlian dan desain yang dihadirkannya. Halte ini mendapat penghargaan lantaran dianggap sebagai salah satu tempat yang memiliki kualitas karbon rendah. Sebab, proyek halte bus ini bangun oleh MJS dengan menggunakan bahan yang berkelanjutan dan memiliki atap hijau untuk memberikan kesan keanekaragaman hayati dan sangat ramah lingkungan. Sedangkan untuk desain halte ini sendiri dibuat oleh arsitek LSI yang membuat struktur bangunanan dengan baja Kantilever sederhana yang di susun di bagian tengah halte.Tempat duduk untuk menunggu bus di halte ini pun dibuat sedikit unik dengan menjadikan beberapa ayunan dan sisanya seperti tempat duduk biasa. Selain membuat nyaman, menunggu bus pun menjadi tidak bosan. Tak hanya ramah lingkungan dan nyaman, halte bus ini juga sudah dilengkapi dengan papan informasi elektronik dengan jadwal real time terkait kedatangan dan keberangkatan bus.Baca juga: Nunggu Bus di Halte ini Bisa Bikin Tambah Pintar, Lho!“Halte bus ini merupakan proyek kolaborasi dengan gagasan dan umpan balik dari pengguna bus, termasuk mahasiswa yang memang akses ke kampusnya menggunakan bus. Selain itu ide rancangan halte ini mendapat masukan kreatif dari para arsitek LSI. Ini menghasilkan tempat penampungan yang menarik atas beberapa gagasan dan memberi cetak biru untuk area tunggu di masa depan,” ujar Dawn Dewar, Koordinator Transportasi Univesity of East Anglia.Diketahui, halte bus ramah lingkungan di Univesity of East Anglia sudah ada dan dibuka pada November 2016 lalu yang juga menjadi bagian dari skema Dewan Norfolk County dan pihak univestitas untuk meningkatkan citra, efektivitas dan penggunaan transportasi umum di area kampus.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedWow, Halte Bus di Inggris Tawarkan Sensasi Bak ‘Rumah Nenek’, Aneh atau Keren?04/03/2020In “Darat”10 Halte Bus Ini Jelas Tidak Biasa10/04/2017In “Bus dalam kota”Bus Listrik Untuk TransJakarta, Antara Harapan dan Realita30/11/2017In “Bus dalam kota”last_img read more

first_imgPENSACOLA, Fla.  – The University of West Florida baseball and softball series against Union (Tenn.) University has been moved to Pensacola, Florida in hopes to avoid inclement weather Jackson, Tennessee. The Argonaut baseball team will host the Bulldogs for a three game series starting with a doubleheader on Saturday, March 7 at 1 p.m. CT. UWF will then play the final game of the series Sunday, March 8 at 1 p.m. CT. West Florida softball will also host the Lady Bulldogs for a three game series, and will start play on Saturday, March 7 with a doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m. CT. The Argos will play the final game of the series on Sunday, March 8 at 1 p.m. CT. The most up to date information can be found at and immediate updates can be found on West Florida Athletics social media channels at and For information on all UWF athletics, visit #ARGOS# — –Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

first_imgSalah satu bus listrik yang dioperasikan oleh Foothill Transit. sumber: Kondisi polusi udara yang sudah semakin tidak bisa ditolerir belakangan ini membuat sejumlah eksekutif yang berkecimpung di sektor transportasi di luar sana memutar otak guna mencari jalan keluar dari polemik turunan ini. Beragam opsi yang ditawarkan oleh produsen transportasi, mulai dari moda darat, laut, hingga udara guna memerangi polusi ini ditawarkan agar mereka bisa tetap membiarkan ‘dapurnya ngebul’. Salah satu opsi yang paling relevan untuk kondisi sekarang ini adalah moda listrik.Baca Juga: Cina Rajai Populasi Bus Listrik di Seluruh DuniaTidak bisa ditampik, beraga varian moda listrik kini mulai bermunculan ke permukaan – mulai dari electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) yang mewakili moda udara, kapal ferry bertenaga listrik yang mewakili moda laut, kereta listrik dan bus listrik yang mewakili moda darat. Semuanya menyajikan keuntungannya masing-masing, kendati beberapa dari mereka akan mengubah regulasi yang selama ini diberlakukan. Nah, ngomong-ngomong soal bus listrik, ternyata Negeri Tirai Bambu Cina hingga saat ini masih didapuk sebagai negara penghasil bus listrik terbesar di dunia. Seperti yang dikutip dari laman (8/10), Anda dapat dengan mudah menemukan eksistensi dari bus listrik di jalanan-jalanan di Cina sana – lengkap dengan stasiun pengisian dayanya yang dapat dilakukan sembari bus beroperasi.Tidak percaya bahwa Cina merupakan pengguna bus listrik paling banyak di dunia? Sebuah fakta menyebutkan bahwa kota Shenzhen di Cina mengoperasikan sekitar 16.000 bus listrik dan ada lebih dari 400.000 bus listrik yang beroperasi di keseluruhan wilayah Cina. Sementara itu rival Cina dalam Perang Dagang, Amerika Serikat hanya mengoperasikan segerintil bus listrik saja.Sebutlah Foothill Transit, sebuah agen angkutan umum yang didanai oleh 22 pemerintah kota yang ada di lembah San Gabriel dan Pomona hanya mengoperasikan 33 unit bus listrik saja, atau sepersepuluh dari total armada yang dimiliki Negeri Paman Sam.Baca Juga: Bus Listrik asal Cina Bawa Perubahan Radikal pada Transportasi di SantiagoDari angka yang tersaji di atas saja, Anda sudah bisa melihat perbedaan yang amat sangat jauh antara Negeri Adikuasa dengan Cina, bukan? Pertanyaan lain yang muncul adalah, “Mengapa Cina bisa sebanyak itu mengoperasikan bus listrik?”Jawabannya amatlah sederhana, karena negara dengan populasi terbesar di dunia tersebut sudah paham betul akan kondisi polusi yang sudah semakin meradang, dan mulai memprioritaskan elektrifikasi angkutan umum dengan subsidi dan peraturan nasional. Jadi, wajar saja apabila Cina seolah sudah biasa saja dengan kehadiran bus listrik – tidak seperti negara lain yang masih memiliki euforia yang tinggi terhadap moda ini.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedTransMilenio, Bakal Jadi Operator Bus Listrik Terbesar di Benua Amerika02/12/2019In “Bus dalam kota”Cina Rajai Populasi Bus Listrik di Seluruh Dunia16/01/2018In “Bus dalam kota”Bus Listrik Untuk TransJakarta, Antara Harapan dan Realita30/11/2017In “Bus dalam kota”last_img read more

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 South Korea’s Sydney bronze medalists Kim Moo Kyo and Ryu Ji Hye, ranked eighth in the world, also ambled into the second round with an easy 2-0 victory over Australia’s Miao Miao and May Cho, winning their first-round match 21-14, 21-10.Japan’s Miyuki Nishii and younger sister Yuka made a solid start to their doubles campaign by beating Taiwan’s Huang Yi-hua and Chen Jing, women’s singles gold medalist at the 1988 Seoul Olympics, 21-13, 15-21, 21-15 to advance to the second round.Team Nishii will meet Vivien Ello and Maria Fazekas on Tuesday after the Hungarian duo defeated Canada’s Lijuan Geng and Marie-Christine Roussy 21-19, 14-21, 25-23. center_img OSAKA — China’s top-seeded duo Wang Nan and Li Ju disposed of Italy’s Yu Wang and Nikoleta Stefanova on Monday as the reigning world champions began the defense of their women’s doubles title at the table tennis world championships in Osaka.Wang and Li, gold medalists at last year’s Sydney Olympics, saw off the Italian outsiders 21-12, 21-14 with little trouble in a bid to add to China’s gold medal count following its weekend victories in the men’s and women’s team competitions.last_img read more

first_imgThe Bossier Parish Community College Lady Cavs fell to San Jacinto College-North 69-65 in a Region XIV women’s game Wednesday afternoon at BPCC.Ashlyn Jacobs led the Lady Cavs (8-14, 4-8) with 26 points. Monette Bolden added 15. Eryka Sidney paced San Jacinto (15-8, 6-6) with 24 points. Alexus Jones scored 17 and Maddison Glass 10.BPCC got off to a slow start. The Lady Cavs trailed 17-8 after the first quarter and 36-25 at the half. But BPCC cut the lead in the second half and remained within striking distance.The Lady Cavs return to action Saturday with a home game against Blinn. Tipoff is 2 p.m.— Staff Reports, newsroom@bossierpress.comTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

first_imgSPONSORS are signing on for the first national Race of Champions, set for the South Dakota Circuit on March 25.Already locked in are the title sponsors Tropical Shipping, STAG Beer and Mohamed’s Enterprise with several others signing up for the event.President of the Guyana Motor Racing and Sport Club, Rameez Mohamed, believes that this is key if the sport is to progress.“Sponsor confidence, that’s what we are seeing for the first round of the National race of champions and that’s what we like to see. It says that we are doing something that sponsors appreciate,” he said.“What we feel is that once the sponsors have confidence in us then we are going to pull off a great race meet for competitors, fans and everyone else.”Among the sponsors already confirmed are Prem’s Electrical, Nexus Machining and Fabrication Workshop, A&R Jiwanram Printery, Jumbo Jet stables and BM Soat.The event is expected to undergo minimal change, if any, with the standard groups getting three races. The street and sport tuner classes as well as the Starlet cup, along with the groups two, three and four as well as bikes will be in action.last_img read more

first_imgSTARKVILLE – Mississippi State played one of the ten most difficult schedules in the country. Preparing for those opponents might be less stressful than the uncertainty that follows a successful regular season.“This is the crazy time of the year for coaches,” MSU coach Dan Mullen said. “You look here — (MSU athletic director) Scott Stricklin’s worried I’m leaving. I’m worried my coaches are leaving. The coaches are worried their players are going to enter the NFL draft. It’s just a vicious circle.”One of Mullen’s fears became a reality on Tuesday. Defensive coordinator Geoff Collins accepted the same position at Florida. He became the first hire for new Gators coach Jim McElwain.Collins signed a rich two-year extension with Mississippi State last January that paid him $1.2 million annually and was due for a $50,000 raise in 2015.“Geoff did a great job here and pleased with what he’s done,” Mullen said. “Our ‘psycho defense’ will continue to be a ‘psycho defense’ on the field. That’s our program, that’s what we play here.”There’s been flux among Mullen’s top assistants since he came to Starkville. Collins is the second coordinator to leave Starkville in as many years. Offensive coordinator Les Koenning accepted a job at Texas last year to become a position coach. Collins’ replacement will be the fifth defensive coordinator in seven years under Mullen.“We’ll look at all that stuff. I don’t know. We always play great defense here,” Mullen said. “We play great defense no matter what coach is going to be here. As long as I’m the head coach, we’ll always play great defense here.”Last year’s departure of Koenning revolved around philosophy. Mullen calls Mississippi State’s offensive plays. Koenning was dispensable. Mullen used the opening to bring in Brian Johnson to coach the quarterbacks.Collins’ decision may involve comfort. The defensive coordinator has strong ties to the state of Florida. He landed his first coaching job at the FBS level with Central Florida. Two years later, he moved on to become the defensive coordinator at FIU.Mullen also took a shot at his defensive coaches after the Egg Bowl.“That’s just absolutely pathetic,” Mullen said after Ole Miss gained more than 500 total yards against MSU on Nov. 29. “That’s a terrible job by our defensive coaching staff.”Mullen didn’t reveal who would handle the defensive play-calling in the Orange Bowl on Dec. 31 against Georgia Tech. MSU begins game-preparation today. John Haneline will coach the linebackers in Collins’ absence. Haneline is a graduate assistant who worked with the linebackers under the same title at Toledo last year.“He knows what we do,” Mullen said. “He’ll do a good job coaching those guys up.”Collins’ move didn’t come as a shock to Mullen and his staff. McElwain called Mullen on Monday to alert him of Florida’s interest in Collins. The Gators made the transaction official Tuesday afternoon.Collins had been a hot name within coaching circles the past two seasons. Reports linked him to Florida State last year and was part of the Auburn defensive coordinator converation before former Florida coach Will Muschamp landed that job last week.“I hope our guys have opportunities to go be head coaches more than leaving for lateral positions,” Mullen said. “I think (with) success, I hope we do have opportunities.”Mullen expanded upon his own future as well on Tuesday. He said neither he nor his agent have had any kind of discussions with anyone but Mississippi State athletic director Scott Stricklin.Mullen said the two parties have been working on an extension. He wouldn’t reveal how serious the talks have advanced.But he doesn’t believe he’ll be the next coach to leave Mississippi State.“Mississippi State has always been great to me and my family. We love it here,” Mullen said. “I’d imagine it’d get worked out.”Contact Michael Bonner at (601) 961-7289 or Follow @MikeBBonner on Twitter. 8 Mississippi State vs. 10 Georgia Tech Dec. 31, 7 p.m., ESPNSun Life Stadium, Miamilast_img read more