Council workshop to discuss Jet Ski use

first_img Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook Pinterest By News Highland – July 27, 2010 Twitter Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Pinterestcenter_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Previous articleAgencies meet to review Inishowen tragedy responseNext articleFuture of Lifford and Rock hospitals to be known in September News Highland Newsx Adverts WhatsApp Donegal County Council is to hold a special workshop to discuss the extension of bye laws regarding the use of jet skis.Cllr Martin Farren raised the issue, calling for specific measures to ensure that jet skis can only be launched from designated sites.Earlier this year, a 13-year-old girl was rushed to Derry’s Altnagelvin Hospital following a crash at Glenburnie Beach.Cllr Farren says that incident highlighted the need for more regulations.. Council workshop to discuss Jet Ski use Google+last_img read more

Professional fighting world helps raise money for UFC star’s missing stepdaughter’s reward

first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailAuburn Police Department(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) — The professional fighting world is helping raise reward money for a UFC fighter’s stepdaughter who disappeared nearly 10 days ago.Aniah Haley Blanchard, a 19-year-old Alabama college student, was reported missing by her family on Oct. 24. She last communicated with a friend on Oct. 23, just before midnight, according to authorities.Police said evidence in the teen’s car, which was found abandoned near an apartment complex in Montgomery, Ala., on Oct. 25, indicates “she was harmed and is considered to be a victim of foul play,” police said in a statement Thursday.Blanchard is also the stepdaughter of mixed martial arts competitor Walt Harris.After UFC President Dana White pledged $25,000 toward the reward, UFC fighter Jon Jones wrote on Instagram Thursday: “add another 25,000 to that award.”An anonymous family from Homewood, Alabama, has offered a $25,000 reward, according to Montgomery Crime Stoppers. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey contributed $5,000 and an anonymous individual contributed $5,000 via the Auburn Police, bringing the total reward money to $85,000 as of Friday, according to Montgomery Crime Stoppers.Dominance MMA founder Ali Abdelaziz said he’s also contributing $25,000 but that amount has not yet been added to the Crime Stoppers fund.“When you have children news like this is always heartbreaking, I can’t imagine what @thebigticket205 and his family are going through,” Abdelaziz tweeted Thursday. “If anybody gives info that leads to Aniah Blanchard, I will reward them w $25,000.” When you have children news like this is always heartbreaking I can’t imagine what @thebigticket205 and his family are going through. If anybody gives info that leads to Aniah Blanchard I will reward them w $25,000. Call 911 @IridiumSports— Ali Abdelaziz (@AliAbdelaziz00) November 1, 2019Anyone with information is asked to call the Auburn Police at 334-501-3140, the anonymous tip line at 334-246-1391 or the 24-hour non-emergency number at 334-501-3100.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. November 1, 2019 /Sports News – National Professional fighting world helps raise money for UFC star’s missing stepdaughter’s reward Beau Lundlast_img read more

Ride the HCI Growth Curve with the New Dell EMC IDPA DP4400

first_imgIf you’re seeing demand for hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) exploding among your customers, you know the reasons: increasing demand for virtualization, scalable solutions, and data protection and disaster recovery. From what market researchers tell us, the HCI growth curve will continue for years to come.Given that ideal sales environment, the announcement of the new Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA) DP4400 is a welcome news for a Dell EMC channel partner such as yourself. It’s a great way to penetrate further into existing customers and markets, while opening doors to new ones.Diving deeper into the market landscape, we see businesses of all sizes are suffering data sprawl, adopting cloud strategies and need modern and agile IT infrastructure. Despite those challenges, they are unable to deploy comprehensive data protection because it is either too expensive or short on capabilities or too complex. And it’s even tougher to protect growing amounts of data and increasing numbers of applications residing in diverse, widely distributed locations.Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance DP4400: Simply powerful, compact, converged, cloud-ready data protection that’s easy to deploy, manage and upgrade.These challenges are especially true for mid-size organizations as well as remote and branch offices of large enterprises that are increasingly forced to maintain siloed and complex data protection solutions to protect growing IT environments with more data, applications and users. Both types of businesses will find the new Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 ideal for their needs, especially with its space-saving 2U form factor.Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliances: Help your customers compete with confidence and win with ease.Provide a trusted foundation for businesses to transform IT with a simply powerful data protection solution from Dell EMC, a market leader in the category. Encourage your customers to transform their business model and move from strategizing to widespread implementation of large-scale IT transformation by making investments in agile and reliable infrastructure.The Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 is a converged solution, a perfect combination of simplicity, power and efficiency, saving your customers valuable time, effort, money and space. With easy deployment, simple manageability and cloud-ready technology, both mid-sized and large enterprises can benefit from a complete and affordable data protection solution.Your sales teams can leverage DP4400 quick selling guide, top reasons for DP4400, customer presentation and many more sales collaterals available in the Dell EMC Knowledge Center.Your marketing teams can download marketing assets directly from data protection channel campaign playbook. Visit the Dell EMC Partner Portal today to learn more.[1] Based on Dell EMC internal analysis of customer data as of May 2018.[2] Source: ESG Lab Review commissioned by Dell EMC, February 2018, versus a competitive vendor A.[3] Source: ESG Lab Review commissioned by Dell EMC, February 2018, versus a competitive Vendor A. Additional information on the testing environment.[4] Source: ESG Lab Review commissioned by Dell EMC, February 2018, versus a competitive Vendor A.[5]Satisfaction Guarantee: Requires purchase of a 3-year ProSupport agreement. Compliance is based on product specifications. Any refund will be prorated.[6]Hardware Investment Protection: Trade-In value determined based on market conditions at Dell EMC’s sole discretion.[7]Clear Price: Does not include SC series.[8] *Up to 55:1 Data Protection Deduplication Guarantee guarantees effective logical data protection storage capacity of up to 55x the purchased physical capacity. Individual results may vary.last_img read more

August 29, 2018 Police Blotter

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USC to compete in Aztec Invitational

first_imgThe USC women’s cross-country team will begin its second meet of the 2011 season Saturday, as it is scheduled to partake in the 67th annual San Diego State Aztec Invitational, held in Balboa Park.The course, which runs near the San Diego Zoo, should challenge the Women of Troy.“This meet will be a great chance for the team to race on a tougher, hillier or rugged course,” USC coach Tom Walsh said. “The times will be slower, but they’ll be slower for all teams. I’m trying to teach them not to be so focused on times, but rather on performance.”With only seven entrants in this weekend’s race, USC hopes to better last week’s performance at the UC Irvine Invitational, where it finished seventh.Redshirt junior Shelby Buckley, who opened her first season for USC as its top finisher at the invitational, will be counted upon to lead the Women of Troy to another respectable finish.  The other six runners are all the freshmen recruits, most of who raced for the first time last weekend.The Aztec Invitational, however, will also serve as the first official race for freshman Erica Capellino, who is expected to become one of USC’s top runners.“I’m excited to see how Erica performs,” Walsh said. “She’s been doing so well in training, and hopefully that will carry over. She’s a good hill runner, which is why we wanted her to start out in San Diego instead of last week. Kira Soderstrom will hopefully do really well too; she’s really stepped it up in training.”The meet might prove difficult for the Women of Troy, as the terrain is notoriously rugged when compared to other 5-kilometer courses. Additionally, Walsh noted concerns about the runners going out too quickly in the early goings, which could eventually count for a loss of speed in the middle of the race. This has been a persistent issue for the Trojans in past meets, Walsh added.Though last week’s race proved to be a solid start to the season, Walsh hopes this weekend’s invitational will allow the runners to further prove themselves. The UC Irvine Invitational was the first meet as Trojans for eight of USC’s 10 runners, and the first official collegiate race for the team’s five freshmen.“The first race is always a starting point,” Walsh said. “Runners make mistakes and are more tentative. There’s always a big improvement between the first race and the second. We just need to focus on mental toughness, and not slowing down in the middle.”The race, which begins at 8:30 a.m. in San Diego, will also have a community division in which local runners can participate.last_img read more