Boca Raton elementary school student tests positive for coronavirus

first_imgA student at Del Prado Community Elementary School has tested positive for the coronavirus.The school’s Principal, Sari Myers, sent a letter to parents Thursday morning notifying them of the situation, a day after the Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County said a 6-year-old child was diagnosed with coronavirus.Myers said the child hasn’t been on campus since last Friday and was tested Tuesday. Health department spokesman Alex Shaw later confirmed that the 6-year-old child was the same student who tested positive.6-year-old boy from Palm Beach County among Florida residents with coronavirus Meyers said she has notified all the parents of each student in the child’s class.last_img read more

Why Gautam Gambhir feels IPL 2020 will be the biggest one ever!

first_imgImage Courtesy: AFP/IPLAdvertisement 2lNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsz37gWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E6qnv( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ftbWould you ever consider trying this?😱li4Can your students do this? 🌚bxgt1gRoller skating! Powered by Firework After months of uncertainty amidst the novel Coronavirus pandemic, Indian Premier League is finally making a return in September, and will be hosted in the United Arab Emirates. For the first time in the cash rich tournament’s history it saw a postponement from its original schedule, as well as the second IPL to be hosted abroad. However, former Indian batsman Gautam Gambhir feels that the  IPL 2020 will be the biggest one ever.Advertisement Image Courtesy: AFP/IPLSpeaking at the latest episode of Star Sports’ ‘Cricket Connected’ show, Gautam Gambhir said that the 13th edition of IPL will be the biggest one in the history of the tournament, as a fresh breath of air for India in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.“Doesn’t matter where it goes but obviously it goes to UAE, it’s a great venue to play any format and plus most importantly it is going to change the mood of the nation,” Gambhir said on the show.Advertisement The former Kolkata Knight Riders captain, who lead the franchise to two title victories in 2012 and 2014, further stated that this IPL will switch up the atmosphere of the country completely, no matter the results or stats.Gauti continued, “It’s not about which franchise win, which player score runs, which guy takes wicket, it’s just changing the mood of the nation.”Advertisement “So, this IPL probably will be bigger than rest of the IPL because I think this if for the nation,” the 38 year old concluded.Following many rumours and speculations after IPL 2020 was suspended from its original commencement date of March 29th, it was confirmed by the governing body that the tournament will return in the Middle Eastern country, as the virus threat in India is still too high to host such a large scale event.“IPL 2020 which was postponed due to coronavirus will now be held in UAE,” IPL governing council chairman Brijesh Patel confirmed earlier. Sources within BCCI also reported yesterday that the tournament will take place from 19th September to 8th November, the window which was originally reserved for the now postponed 2020 T20 World Cup.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-What could have been: Rakheem Cornwall attracted NFL offers before cricket came to his rescueWhat could have been: Rakheem Cornwall attracted NFL offers before cricket came to his rescue Advertisementlast_img read more

Winters scored 16 to pace Junior Bombers past Wolves; Grand Forks rocks in boy’s game

first_imgBryce Winters scored a game high 16 points to spark the L.V. Rogers Bombers to a 44-30 West Kootenay Junior Girl’s Basketball victory over the visiting Grand Forks Wolves Monday at the LVR Hangar.The game was one of three contests during a three-game set between the two schools.Grand Forks defeated LVR 64-33 in Junior Boy’s action while the Wolves also took care of Trafalgar in Grade 8 Boy’s play.LVR outscored the Wolves 21-6 during the latter stretch of the game to claim the victory.Camryn Parnell added 12 points for the Bombers while Ohia Wintraub added six points. Tara Makorkoff had 14 points for the Wolves.In the Junior Boy’s contest, Grand Forks jumped to a 17-4 first quarter lead before coasting to the double digit win.Jairo Mangapot led LVR with 12 points while Thomas Baxter added eight.LVR Junior Boys finished third at the Stanley Humphries Rockers Tournament Saturday in Castlegar.The Bombers opened with an overtime win over Boundary Central of Midway before dropping a pair of games to Mount Sentinel Wildcats and host SHSS Rockers.Game stars for the Bombers were Ben Hradil-Kassecker, Mangapot and Max Spielmal.The Junior Bombers travel to Trail Friday to meet the Wolves again in the opener of the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks tournament.last_img read more

Erik Karlsson’s first Sharks practice: “He came as advertised”

first_imgSAN JOSE — Erik Karlsson was skating near center ice as the Sharks went through a 3-on-3 drill toward the end of the team’s practice on Wednesday morning. As soon as he saw teammate Brent Burns take control of the puck deep in his own end, Karlsson darted toward the offensive zone.Burns hit Karlsson with a tape-to-tape pass three-quarters of the way down the ice to spring Karlsson for a breakaway. Karlsson … (CLICK HERE, if you are unable to view this photo gallery on your mobile device.)last_img read more

10 Qualities That I Admire In Others

first_imgThese are 10 qualities that I admire in other people. They are in order or priority, although that order can change from day-to-day, as circumstances dictate. Compassion: Compassion isn’t the same thing as empathy. It’s more than understanding someone else’s feelings. Compassion is selfless caring for another. Compassion requires action. That’s why it tops my list.Humility: I’ve seen first hand the power of humility. The people who are best with other people exercise humility. They treat all human beings with kindness and compassion, regardless of their station in life.Grit: People who tough out adversity by clenching their teeth and fighting through it are admirable. They don’t let adversity prevent them from succeeding; they use adversity as fuel. Their intestinal fortitude is enviable.Game: Some people are willing to give it a go. It doesn’t matter all that much what “it” is. They’re willing to try, even if they don’t know what they’re doing, and even if they recognize they’ll be way out over their skis. The courage to try is praise-worthy.Loyalty: The trust that someone will be there for you, that they’ll do right by you no matter what is a special quality. It’s even more so in an age where more and more relationships are transactional. Knowing you can count on someone, that they are faithful, is a quality worth emulating.Strength: It takes strength to stay true to your beliefs. It takes strength to say “no.” Strength is what allows those who have it to stand firm when it would be easier to bend (or break). The strength of character is what allows one to be true to themselves and others.Thoughtfulness: Thinking enough about someone else to do something nice—and maybe unexpected—is a too rare quality, and something worth developing. It’s old school, and it leaves a strong impression on who you really are.Sense of Humor: The ability to make people laugh is a super power. The ability to relieve the tension in the room through humor or connect with others can improve the outcome in different situations. It’s especially powerful when it isn’t forced. Self-deprecating humor is even more so.Comfortable In Their Own Skin: People who are comfortable in their own skin have a high enough emotional intelligence to realize what they are and are comfortable with that fact. The ability not to take stock in anyone’s judgment or opinion about who they are is estimable.Duty: The sense of responsibility to someone or something. This is the quality of “owning it” and doing impeccable work beyond anything that is expected of you. This is a too rare quality, and that’s what makes it noteworthy. Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Nowlast_img read more

West Ham sack Tony Henry for ‘unacceptable comments’ on African players

first_imgShare on Messenger Share on LinkedIn Topics Read more Share on Twitter Share on Facebook David Moyes news Reuse this contentcenter_img “Our action follows a full and thorough investigation. West Ham United will not tolerate any type of discrimination. The West Ham family is an inclusive one where, regardless of gender, age, ability, race, religion or sexual orientation, everybody feels welcome and included.”Henry, who had worked for the club since 2014, is reported to have sent an email to an agent and a club executive asking them not to recommend any more African players. When confronted over the contents, Henry admitted to having made similar remarks to other agents. He told the Mail: “It’s nothing racist at all. It’s just sometimes they can have a bad attitude.”Henry claimed the strategy towards signing African players was supported by club management. West Ham deny that is the case. They have one player capped by an African country in their squad, Senegal’s Cheikh Kouyaté, but five other players who could claim nationality.In the January transfer window West Ham sold Ghana’s André Ayew and Diafra Sakho of Senegal. David Moyes said earlier on Friday the club had been expecting to sign two African players on transfer deadline day, only for both deals to fall through.Speaking before Henry’s dismissal Moyes said: “[Henry’s] comments are wrong. We were signing two players from Africa on deadline day. We have an open transfer policy, we always look to sign good quality players and it doesn’t really matter where they’re from at all.”The manager added: “I have never experienced prejudice in a club’s transfer policy.” He also denied ever having heard anyone call African players disruptive. “I’ve heard them say Scottish players are disruptive,” he said.The two deadline-day players West Ham had hoped to sign were Leicester’s Islam Slimani and Ibrahim Amadou of Lille. Moyes said both targets had been recommended by Henry, with whom he had also worked at Everton. The Cameroon-born Amadou was, said Moyes, the subject of a “really big” loan offer but stayed at Lille. The Algerian Slimani moved to Newcastle.The Guardian reported Leicester decided not to broker a deal with West Ham after remarks made by the vice-chairman, Karren Brady, in a Sun newspaper column. “It’s a question for the club, not for me,” Moyes said, insisting Brady’s column was “not a problem”. West Ham have acted swiftly to distance themselves from Tony Henry, sacking their director of player recruitment over remarks he made about African football players.Henry’s dismissal came 12 hours after the club announced an inquiry into a report in the Daily Mail that Henry had claimed some African players “caused mayhem” and that West Ham “don’t want any more Africans”. It is understood the club acted after reading a full transcript of an interview he gave to the newspaper.A West Ham spokesman said: “West Ham have terminated the contract of director of player recruitment, Tony Henry, with immediate effect following his unacceptable comments that were widely reported in the press. West Ham United Share on Pinterest Share on WhatsApp West Ham crisis: Tony Henry suspended after report over African players Share via Emaillast_img read more

Studio says safety on Riverdale set of paramount importance following crash

first_imgVANCOUVER – Warner Bros. Television says the safety of the cast and crew of its Vancouver-based “Riverdale” set is of “paramount importance.”The studio is speaking out in the wake of a car crash involving star K.J. Apa, who escaped injury in a collision that occurred as he drove home after a 14-hour day.The incident prompted concerns from some industry observers about long hours in the film and TV business.But the studio says its productions adhere to guild-mandated standards. That includes a turnaround time of 12 hours from wrap to next day call time, and the offer of a taxi, driver or hotel room to anyone who feels tired or unsafe after work.The studio says Apa worked 14.2 hours Sept. 14, the day of the accident. And on the previous day he worked 2.5 hours, and the day before that he worked 7.7 hours.They also say the 20-year-old New Zealander was told about his labour rights.“K.J. has repeatedly been informed about making production aware if he is tired or feels unsafe, and if so, either a ride or hotel room will be provided for him,” the studio said in a statement.Apa plays lead character Archie Andrews on the show, a live action take on the Archie Comics.It is the second Vancouver production to have an accident in as many months. Rookie stuntwoman Joi Harris died in August after apparently losing control of a motorcycle in a stunt for “Deadpool 2.”last_img read more

Vehicle theft on the rise again in Provo

first_img Related Items:man watched thief drive off in his car, vehicle theft at caribbean place, vehicle theft on the rise in provo Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppVehicle thefts are back up again and there are nine cases from this month alone, being investigated by Police.  The latest theft happened Thursday morning around 12:30am at Caribbean Place.A man reportedly left his silver 2013 Kia Optima running, keys in the ignition when he went to make a purchase.  By the time the driver returned, a stranger was driving away in his car.Police say all of the thefts were in Provo, seemed for the most part unconnected, that all of the cars have since been found but that valuables like laptops, cell phones and documents were missing.Advice from the Police includes not leaving your keys in the ignition, to park in well lit areas, to keep valuables hidden from plain sight and to roll up windows and to lock car doors. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more