Savonnerie Heymans / MDW Architecture

first_imgArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/220116/savonnerie-heymans-mdw-architecture Clipboard Belgium ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/220116/savonnerie-heymans-mdw-architecture Clipboard Area:  6500 m² Photographs Savonnerie Heymans / MDW ArchitectureSave this projectSaveSavonnerie Heymans / MDW Architecture “COPY” Projects CopyApartments•Brussels, Belgiumcenter_img Savonnerie Heymans / MDW Architecture Architects: MDW Architecture Area Area of this architecture project Save this picture!© Filip Dujardin+ 31 Share Photographs:  Filip Dujardin On the 6,500m² site of a former soap factory less than half a mile from the Grand’Place, the social housing project creates a real “village” of 42 sustainable accommodations of different types including studios, 1 to 6-bedroom apartments, lofts, duplexes and Maisonettes. Although a 100% public housing scheme, thanks to the diversity of its program the Savonnerie Heymans provides a variety of spaces echoing the diversity of the people living in the very heart of Brussels. Glass-enclosed bioclimatic loggias characterise the entire complex, providing an effective acoustical and thermal barrier but also providing a sense of privacy.Save this picture!© Filip DujardinRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsFiber Cements / CementsULMA Architectural SolutionsPaper Facade Panel in Leioa School RestorationEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornConsidering Brussels’ rapid growth in population, the scheme features high density accommodations equipped with amenities such as a room for social meetings and events, a public Ludothèque (game library) and extensive public space: the “Mini-forest” garden, the 3D landscaped park and playground and the main promenade. All the existing valuable – but not listed – historic buildings and elements such as the chimney, the main 19th century house on the street and the postal relay were retained and integrated into the complex (the 40m high chimney, for example, was used as part of the underground garage ventilation system).Save this picture!© Filip DujardinThe glass-enclosed bioclimatic loggias provide each housing unit with a state-of-the-art acoustical and thermal barrier requiring no expensive/complicated services to run and lowering considerably energy consumption. The Loft building has been treated one step further as thanks to super-tight insulation, the building is now considerate “Passive” and requires less than 15 Kw per square metre per year to heat. Located on the site of a former soap factory, the decontaminated land now welcomes a high-density social housing complex that provides a series of private outdoor spaces allowing its occupants to interact easily with each other and creating a convivial, village-like atmosphere.Save this picture!The variety of buildings – new, renovated and refurbished – reflects the variety of accommodations offered in the Savonnerie Heymans project. The scheme was intentionally developed around the concepts of sustainable development and relies on low-serviced buildings. The glass-enclosed bioclimatic loggias provide each housing unit with a buffer acting as a state-of-the-art insulation tool lowering considerably energy consumption and protecting from the city centre noises. They also allow sharing the variety of arrangements of the semi outdoor space of each individual unit.Save this picture!© Filip DujardinThe Lofts is a passive building while the rest of the complex is low-energy rated. Beside the bioclimatic loggias, the scheme also features a collective heating system for the entire site (cogeneration), sanitary hot water heated by 60m² of solar panels, rainwater harvesting for toilets, maintenance and gardens and natural materials for insulation (hemp fibres, expanded cork etc.). Whenever possible, existing buildings and structures have been retained and reused.Save this picture!Project gallerySee allShow lessNantong Sports Center Winning Proposal / HennArticlesGlass Farm / MVRDVArticlesProject locationAddress:Bisschopsstraat 9, 1000 City of Brussels, BelgiumLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Apartments CopyAbout this officeMDW ArchitectureOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsDabasBrusselsHousing3D ModelingBelgiumPublished on March 27, 2012Cite: “Savonnerie Heymans / MDW Architecture” 27 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Why Mike Pence is Running for VP

first_imgHome Commentary Why Mike Pence is Running for VP In a move that surprised most political observers, Presumptive GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump has picked Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate. In a move that stunned many Hoosiers and even some of Mike’s close friends, he said yes to the offer. This turn of events has a lot to do with political strategy, but there is an underlying cause that most big city media are missing. Trump’s choice of Pence and Pence’s decision to join a ticket he has criticized and did not support in the primary have a lot do with faith, farming, and rural values.Governor Pence is being portrayed in the national media as an extreme conservative, a homophobic religious nutcase, and just not very smart. The New York Times called Pence out of touch with today, “He is a throwback in his demeanor. With his deep social conservatism, public religiosity, and aversion to negative campaigning, he is a throwback in his political style.”  Being out of touch with the New York Times is probably a badge Mike would wear with pride.  The fact is, most of the pundits and reporters that are casting judgements about Mr. Pence have never seen him standing in a field with farmers, talking with small town folks at a local restaurant, or giddy with excitement when surrounded by a group of high school students in blue and gold FFA jackets.While Governor Pence is a career politician who seeks the glare of the national spotlight, his values and approach to politics come from his rural Hoosier roots.  While not a farmer, he understands and values agriculture. Though he has come a long way from his Southern Indiana upbringing, he has not lost an understanding of small town people. It is for this ability to connect with voters outside of New York, L.A. and Chicago that Donald Trump, a billionaire from Manhattan, picked Pence as the running mate.Often viewed by Eastern liberals as fly over states, this November the votes in the Midwest and South will hold the key to who wins the White House. The fact that former Iowa Governor and current Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack is on Hillary Clinton’s short list for VP choices shows how vital the Midwest is. So while Pence is good for Trump, is being on the Trump ticket good for Pence?Those of us who have known Mike both personally and professionally are not too surprised by this decision to join the ticket. Mr. Pence has always had the White House in mind but was realistic enough to understand that a conservative from Indiana, who does not come from a rich family has little chance of raising the kind of money and organization it takes to win a national primary contest.  By taking a shot at Vice President, he gets to a place he could otherwise not accomplish.  But, there is much more than political expediency at work here.Mike Pence personally believes in America and in the values of hard work, self-reliance, financial responsibility, family, faith, and freedom from burdensome oversight and regulations.  He wants to work to restore what he sees as a deterioration in our society of many of these values. Mike is also a genuine individual. He does not act one way in front of the camera and another way off. He is very much a people person. Part of his motivation for running for Vice President is a desire to help people.  While that may be hokey in New York, it is understood, valued, and appreciated in rural America.What many of us in agriculture are excited about is that, for the first time since Harry Truman, we may have a Vice President who understands agriculture.  From trade to renewable energy to the importance of transportation infrastructure, Mike Pence gets it and will not be shy about raising the issues on the campaign and perhaps in the oval office.  Mike Pence is subjecting himself to the rigors of this campaign because he believes he can improve things, and that includes improving things in agriculture and rural America.By Gary Truitt Previous articleHouse Passes EPA Spending Bill Despite White House Veto ThreatNext articleMorning Outlook Gary Truitt SHARE Why Mike Pence is Running for VP Facebook Twitter SHARE By Gary Truitt – Jul 18, 2016 Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Sen. Stabenow: Slow Down in Ratifying USMCA, Same as NAFTA for…

first_img Sen. Stabenow: Slow Down in Ratifying USMCA, Same as NAFTA for Ag Home Indiana Agriculture News Sen. Stabenow: Slow Down in Ratifying USMCA, Same as NAFTA for Ag Facebook Twitter Sen. Stabenow: Slow Down in Ratifying USMCA, Same as NAFTA for Ag2019 is quickly coming to an end with no guarantee if USMCA will be passed. Some lawmakers are suggesting keeping the House in session an extra week to finish business before Christmas. Earlier this year, Sec. Perdue said the idea of not passing USMCA is “an evil thought.”However, Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.), ranking member of the Senate Ag Committee, recognizes the support and energy behind passing USMCA, but she suggested pumping the breaks on passing the trilateral agreement.“I’m not sure what will happen, when it will pass, but we need to step back and realize it’s just about the same as NAFTA for agriculture,” said Stabenow. “It’s estimated by the U.S. International Trade Commission that the agreement will only increase ag exports by 1.1 percent when it’s fully implemented 15 years down the road.”Leaders from various agricultural organizations, former secretaries of agriculture, lawmakers, Vice President Mike Pence, and organizations outside of agriculture have all pushed for the passage of USMCA, including former Reagan administration USDA Secretary John Block.“NAFTA was good, but this is much better,” he said at a press conference earlier this year. “USMCA is better—we all know it’s better. It’s better for the farmers, it’s also better for labor, better for business. It’s a great agreement. Get it done and move onto the next.”Stabenow said nothing President Trump is doing with tariffs is stopped by USMCA. She says uncertainty in the markets has stemmed from tariffs, trade wars, and efforts within the Trump administration.“Passing USMCA is not going to change the erratic actions of the administration in terms of tariffs and what’s been going on,” she said. “I wish passing USMCA would bring certainty in agriculture.”Last week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that a labor deal in USMCA is “imminent.” Facebook Twitter By Ashley Davenport – Nov 21, 2019 SHARE SHARE Previous articlePOET Says Closing Cloverdale Plant ‘Last Thing We Want to Do’ on the HAT Thursday Morning EditionNext articleUSDA Invests in the Expansion of Rural Education, Health Care Access Ashley Davenportlast_img read more

Texas GOP retirements increase as state slowly becomes more competitive

first_imgFacebook Benton McDonaldhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/benton-mcdonald/ Linkedin Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Chancellor talks stimulus money, COVID-19 vaccines and more at limited attendance faculty town hall Linkedin Twitter ReddIt printFive Republican U.S. Representative from Texas are retiring- the latest sign of the state’s changing political landscape. The announcements come in advance of the Dec. 1 deadline for candidates to officially file for re-election. The retirements included Rep. Will Hurd, the only black Republican in the House of Representatives, and Rep. Mike Conaway, the ranking member of the House Agriculture Committee. “My sense is that Republican incumbents looking forward to 2020 see another difficult year and some of them have decided they would prefer not to fight it out,” SMU political science professor Cal Jillson said. The difficulties stem from two places according to Jillson: The changing demographics of Texas’ electorate and the Trump administration. Texas is gradually becoming less white. A 2018 survey by the United States Census Bureau reported the state as 42.9% white and 38.9% Hispanic or Latino. Those numbers were at 52% and 32% when the 2000 census was recorded, respectively. The shift towards a more diverse electorate should favor Democrats, who have historically maintained majorites with non-white racial groups. This majority will be strengthened if the Hispanic turnout continues at the levels seen during the 2018 midterms. The group’s 13% jump in voter turnout was the largest of any racial group when compared to 2014.Texas’ 23rd district, which stretches across the state’s southwestern portion, is over 70% Hispanic. Democratic candidate Gina Ortiz Jones, who lost to Hurd in 2018 and is running for the now-open seat in 2020, focused on not taking Hispanic voters for granted. “One of the reasons that we were successful in turning votes out is because we aren’t making assumptions about communities,” she said. “You’ve gotta show up in each of these communities.”Ortiz Jones (left) focused her 2018 campaign on engaging with every community in her district. Photo Courtesy: @GinaOrtizJones – TwitterJones’ comments echoed a similar sentiment from Janet Hernandez, a civic engagement director at UnidosUS, America’s largest Latino nonprofit advocacy organization. “I think that candidates need to do more,” Hernandez said. “Candidates need to do more to really go and knock on the doors of Latino households and ask people for their votes and not take the Latino community for granted.”Continuing to engage the Hispanic electorate will be at the top of the priority list again for Texas Democrats in 2020. Hernadez said that Unidos registered nearly 10,000 new Texas voters during the last election cycle, primarily in areas along the border. “If the Hispanic turnout continues to increase and their population increases while the Angelo population declines as a percent of all voters, that will bring two-party competition,” Jillson said. The Trump effectWhile Texas’ demographic changes will still take decades to fully change the states political leanings, the Trump administration is causing an accelerated change — one that is already being felt by politicians. “The shorter-term disruption is Donald Trump and his alienation of some elements of the traditional Republican primary electorate, particularly white well-educated suburban women and some of their husbands,” Jillson said. Jillson pointed to the defeat of Republican Pete Sessions in 2018 as one example of the “destabilizing effect” the Trump administration is causing on the GOP.Sessions had represented Texas’ 32nd district since 1997. He won by 26 percentage points in 2014 and had no Democratic opponent in 2016. His former district covers the northern suburbs of Dallas and was won by Mitt Romney in 2012 before flipping to Hillary Clinton in 2016. Its shift left continued in 2018 when Democrat and former NFL player Colin Allred defeated Sessions. It was Allred’s first time running for elected office. He made significant gains in the University and Highland Park neighborhoods that played a large role in his surprise victory. Allred’s gains (left) in the wealthier suburbs of his district in 2018 helped him defeat the incumbent Pete Sessions. Maps courtesy: Dallas County The area is a representation of the wealthy, white electorate that has long been key to Republican victories, Jillson said. “You can’t lose suburban, college-educated women in households of $100,000 to $150,000,” he said. “Those people have to vote Republican or you’re in trouble.” One way for Republicans to bring back the suburban vote and attract Hispanic voters is to moderate their social positions, Jillson said. “They’ve got to win them back and the only way to really do that is to, you know, you can’t have kids in cages on the border, you can’t be opposed to all gun control,” he said. “Those kinds of things are traditional Republican positions when the Republicans were winning 58-42.”Some GOP candidates in districts with narrowing margins may have to change their strategy to maintain the parties firm grip on Texas in 2020, Jillson added. But some are opting to retire instead. Four of the five retiring representatives faced the most competitive races of their tenure in 2018. Hurd defeated Ortiz Jones by less than 1% in 2016, part of the reason why she thinks he decided to retire from Congress at the age of 42. “Good on him for accepting defeat early,” she said. “I think the writing was on the wall and that clearly had to factor into his decision and the others that have decided to not run again and I don’t think we’ve seen the last of it.”The three other retiring Congressmen, Reps. Kenny Marchant, Bill Flores and Pete Olson won by less than 10 percentage points after double-digit victories in 2016. Even if their seats are held by the GOP, all eyes will be on Texas in 2020 as the state continues to evolve amid changing demographics and social trends.  Benton McDonaldhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/benton-mcdonald/ Settlement reached between TCU, former professor in discrimination lawsuit ReddIt Thousands of TCU community members receive COVID-19 vaccines as university supply increases + posts Benton McDonald Facebook Rep. Will Hurd retired after only two terms in Congress. (AP Photo/Darren Abate) Twitter Previous articleEquestrian shines in debut, defeats South Dakota State 17-3Next articleVolleyball can’t sustain lead, fall to Kansas State 3-1 Benton McDonald RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Board approves tuition freeze, RRI actions but doesn’t act on eligibility issue spurred by Williams Benton McDonaldhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/benton-mcdonald/ What we’re reading: Chauvin found guilty in Floyd case, Xi to attend Biden’s climate change summit Benton McDonaldhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/benton-mcdonald/ Benton McDonald is a senior journalism and political science double major from Austin, Texas. He has worked for TCU360 since his freshman year and is currently the executive editor. What we’re reading: Former Vice President dies at 93, Chad President killed on frontlineslast_img read more

PYC Therapeutics Highlights Progress in Its Transformation to a U.S. Clinical-Stage Company and 2021…

first_img Pinterest PERTH, Australia and NEW YORK, Feb. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — PYC Therapeutics (ASX: PYC), a biotechnology company developing a new generation of precision RNA therapeutics to change the lives of patients with inherited diseases, today announced updates to its programs and outlined its 2021-2022 corporate objectives. PYC is initially targeting inherited ocular diseases, for which it has three preclinical candidates in development. “This year we are focused on transforming PYC Therapeutics into a U.S.-based, clinical-stage biotechnology company, including making significant advances in moving our three preclinical inherited ocular disease programs toward the clinic and leveraging our RNA platform to create new development candidates in both ocular and neurodegenerative diseases,” said Sahm Nasseri, U.S. Chief Executive Officer of PYC Therapeutics. “We have previously highlighted the importance of building out PYC in the U.S. and I am pleased with our progress and external engagements we have been able to have over the last few months. These engagements with banks, potential future investors as well as potential partners have validated the importance and relevance of PYC’s technology as well as our choice in initial drug development programs. RNA therapeutics and ophthalmology remain top areas of interest in the very active US biotech capital markets. On this foundation, I believe we are very well positioned to deliver on the promise of our science to advance RNA medicines that have the potential to change the lives of patients with inherited diseases.” 2021 Objectives and Program Updates Corporate Initiatives: In late 2020, PYC began its transformation from an Australia-based, discovery-focused organization into a U.S.-based, clinical-stage biotechnology company that is well positioned to deliver on several key milestones during 2021. Expand U.S. Management Team. Last year, PYC appointed Sahm Nasseri as U.S. Chief Executive Officer and world-renowned RNA therapeutics pioneer Sue Fletcher, PhD as Chief Scientific Officer. The Company’s Chief Business Officer, Kaggen Ausma has relocated from Australia to the U.S. to lead PYC’s business and corporate development growth initiatives. In the first half of 2021, PYC expects to name several new leadership team members, including a Chief Development Officer and a Chief Financial Officer, and appointment of U.S. based and industry experienced Directors. The talent, capability and credibility these appointments will bring to PYC will be critical enablers of the Company’s continuing transformation. Expand U.S. Development Capabilities and Access to Capital Markets. PYC plans to maintain its drug discovery and laboratory operations in Australia and will be building its preclinical and clinical development, manufacturing, regulatory and business development functions in the U.S. In parallel, the Company intends to undertake important corporate and business development activities in the U.S in 2021 and has been engaging with U.S biotech institutional investors and potential biotech and pharmaceutical partners to lay the foundation for these initiatives. In the next six months, the Company plans to establish a West Coast location for its U.S. corporate headquarters. Strong Cash Position to Support U.S. Expansion and Growth. PYC ended 2020 with $44 million (USD) in cash and cash equivalents. Based on its current operating plans, and considering the Australian R&D tax rebate, this provides the Company with a multi-year cash runway enabling a very strong foundation for execution of both Corporate and Program objectives. Inherited Ocular Diseases: These programs aim to employ PYC’s proprietary cell penetrating peptides (CPPs) to deliver rationally designed RNA therapeutics into retinal cells to treat diseases caused by a specific gene mutation or a missing or defective protein. VP-001 for the treatment of retinitis pigmentosa type 11 (RP11). RP11 is an inherited retinal degenerative disease that causes progressive loss of vision and often leads to blindness in both adults and children. There are currently no disease-modifying therapies available for RP11. PYC’s lead development candidate VP-001 is designed to deliver its therapeutic RNA cargo directly into the nuclei of retinal cells, with the goal of upregulating PRPF31 gene expression and reversing the progressive retinal degeneration and eventual blindness caused by RP11. PYC’s preclinical research to date has demonstrated VP-001’s ability to upregulate PRPF31, correct key structural deficiencies, and improve phagocytosis and cilia incidence and length in retinal pigmented epithelial cells. These results have all been achieved in patient-derived models and with minimal evidence of toxicity. PYC has advanced VP-001 into Investigational New Drug (IND)-enabling studies and expects to report results from important large animal toxicity studies in the middle of 2021, with the goal of submitting an IND to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) during the first half of 2022. VP-002 for the treatment of autosomal dominant optic atrophy (ADOA). ADOA is an inherited optic nerve disorder caused by mutations in the OPA1 gene that cause vision loss in both children and adults and can lead to blindness. There is currently no approved therapy for ADOA. VP-002 is designed to deliver its therapeutic RNA cargo and correct the protein deficiency in retinal cells caused by the OPA1 mutation which results in ADOA. PYC is currently conducting lead optimization work with VP-002 and expects to report results from patient-derived models in the first half of 2021 with additional efficacy and safety data across the balance of 2021. PYC-001 for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy (DR). DR is a complication of diabetes where high blood sugar damages blood vessels in the retinal tissue, resulting in vision loss and potentially blindness for more than 40 million people globally1. The current standard of care is anti-VEGF therapy which is not optimal due to lack of response and/or durability of response, along with emerging evidence that prolonged use leads to retinal damage. PYC-001 delivers a PYC-designed modified anti-VEGF RNA cargo that halts the destruction of the retinal blood vessels. PYC is currently conducting lead optimization work with PYC-001 and expects to report results from patient-derived and in vivo models throughout 2021. Additional undisclosed ocular candidates. PYC is cultivating a rich pipeline of novel development candidates to address additional ocular diseases. The Company expects to unveil additional development candidates for the treatment of high unmet need ocular indications during 2021. Central Nervous System (CNS) Diseases: These programs aim to employ PYC’s proprietary CPPs to deliver rationally designed RNA therapeutics to treat neurodegenerative diseases. Undisclosed CNS candidate. Neurodegenerative diseases represent a significant unmet need, and PYC’s CPP-PMO (phosphorodiamidate morpholino oligomer) technology is uniquely placed to intervene meaningfully in the RNA dysregulation which characterizes many of these disease processes. PYC expects to name one CNS development candidate targeting a high unmet need neurodegenerative condition during the first half of 2021. Mr. Nasseri continued: “This is a truly exciting and transformational time for PYC, as we build upon the extensive foundation laid in 2020. Our pioneering research team led by Prof. Fletcher is rapidly validating our unique approach to correcting inherited retinal diseases, while also exploring the area of neurodegenerative diseases. With the capital to support our pipeline goals and recruit top talent in the U.S., along with the strong U.S. market potential of our candidate therapies, we believe we are well positioned to enable significant value inflections in 2021 and 2022.” About PYC Therapeutics PYC Therapeutics (ASX: PYC) is a development-stage biotechnology company pioneering a new generation of RNA therapeutics that utilize Cell Penetrating Peptides (CPPs), a revolutionary delivery technology designed to overcome the major challenges of current gene-based therapies. PYC believes its CPP technology provides safer, more effective access for a wide range of potent and precise drug cargoes to the highest value drug targets that exist inside cells. The Company is leveraging its leading-edge science to develop a pipeline of novel therapies with an initial focus on inherited eye diseases for which it has unveiled three preclinical stage assets. PYC’s discovery and laboratory operations are located in Australia and the Company recently launched and expansion into the U.S. for its preclinical, clinical, regulatory and business development operations. For more information, visit pyctx.com, or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. Forward looking statements Any forward-looking statements in this ASX announcement have been prepared on the basis of a number of assumptions which may prove incorrect and the current intentions, plans, expectations and beliefs about future events are subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors, many of which are outside the Company’s control. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from assumptions or expectations expressed or implied in this ASX announcement include known and unknown risks. Because actual results could differ materially to assumptions made and the Company’s current intentions, plans, expectations and beliefs about the future, you are urged to view all forward-looking statements contained in this ASX announcement with caution. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statement whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. This ASX announcement should not be relied on as a recommendation or forecast by the Company. Nothing in this ASX announcement should be construed as either an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell shares in any jurisdiction. 1Zheng Y, He M, Congdon N. The worldwide epidemic of diabetic retinopathy. Indian J Ophthalmol. 2012;60(5):428-431. CONTACTS: INVESTORS Deborah Elson/Matthew DeYoung Argot Partners [email protected]@argotpartners.com MEDIA Leo Vartorella Argot Partners [email protected] View original content to download multimedia: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/pyc-therapeutics-highlights-progress-in-its-transformation-to-a-us-clinical-stage-company-and-2021-corporate-objectives-301232228.html SOURCE PYC TherapeuticsCopyright © 2021 PR Newswire Association LLC. All Rights Reserved. PYC Therapeutics Highlights Progress in Its Transformation to a U.S. Clinical-Stage Company and 2021 Corporate Objectives Facebook Twitter Local NewsBusiness WhatsApp WhatsAppcenter_img Previous articleIn Israel and beyond, virus vaccines bring political powerNext articleJuniper Research: Smart Traffic Management to Significantly Reduce Congestion and Emissions; Saving Cities $277 Billion by 2025 Digital AIM Web Support By Digital AIM Web Support – February 22, 2021 Facebook Twitter Pinterest TAGS  last_img read more

ECTOR COUNTY FELONY INDICTMENTS: May 17, 2021

first_img WhatsApp Facebook CrimeFelony Indictments The following is a list of felony indictments by an Ector County grand jury on May 3, 2021. The list does not include those who have yet to be arrested.ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURYMario Alberto Lara, 46, was indicted on accident involving injury, felony unassigned.ASSAULTAvery Josiah Molinar, 20, was indicted on two counts of aggravated assault with deadly weapon, second degree felony.Chandra Diane Johnson, 31, was indicted on aggravated assault with deadly weapon, second degree felony.Clara Elizabeth Howe, 28, was indicted on aggravated assault, first degree felony.Christopher Romero, 25, was indicted on assault family/household member previous convictions IAT, third degree felony.Damian Andres Reyes, 20, was indicted on two counts of aggravated assault with deadly weapon, second degree felony.Elpidio Alejandro Rodriguez Venegas, 30, was indicted on two counts of aggravated assault with deadly weapon, second degree felony Gregory Gonzales, 30, was indicted on aggravated assault (deadly weapon) family violence, second degree felony.Jacqueline Kate Parham, 31, was indicted on aggravated assault with deadly weapon, second degree felony.Jozelyn Ayeliz Gomez, 17, was indicted on assault peace officer, second degree felony.Madeline Carmen Lopez, 47, was indicted on aggravated assault with deadly weapon, second degree felony.Ramon Medina, III, 46, was indicted on assault family/household member previous convictions, third degree felony.Raul Gameros, 40, was indicted on assault public servant, third degree felony.Ronald Carballosa Garcia, 32, was indicted on aggravated assault with deadly weapon, second degree felony.Sean Michael Geer, 48, was indicted on assault public servant, third degree felony.Silky Eugene Dixon, 39, was indicted on aggravated assault with deadly weapon, second degree felony.Tyler Osmond, 22, was indicted on assault impede breath/circulation, third degree felony.William Bass, 54, was indicted on assault family/house member impede breath/circulation, third degree felony.William Fleming Browning, 26, was indicted on aggravated assault with deadly weapon, second degree felony.BURGLARYJoshua Walker, 35, was indicted on burglary of habitation, second degree felony.Tommy Leon Allred, 46, was indicted on burglary of habitation, second degree felony.Steven Scott Mastin, 40, was indicted on burglary of habitation, second degree felony.DWIDwight Anthony Smith, Jr., 41, was indicted on drinking while intoxicated, third or more, third degree felony.Jacob Cody Loffler, 35, was indicted on drinking while intoxicated, third or more, third degree felony.Miguel Angel Sigala, 58, was indicted on drinking while intoxicated, third or more, third degree felony.Nathan Lee Bermea, 39, was indicted on drinking while intoxicated, third or more, third degree felony.Oscar Galindo, Jr., 38, was indicted on drinking while intoxicated, third or more, third degree felony.FORGERYJesse Camilo Bugawan, 47, was indicted on forgery, state jail felony.EVADING ARRESTEliel Abdi Zazueta, Jr., 20, was indicted on evading arrest detain with vehicle, third degree felony.Jackson Wayne Oliver, 31, was indicted on evading arrest detain with vehicle, third degree felony.Mannex Guerrero Molina, 42, was indicted on evading arrest detain with vehicle, third degree felony.Nathan Sandoval, 23, was indicted on evading arrest detain with previous conviction, state jail felony.Sean Michael Geer, 48, was indicted on evading arrest detain with previous conviction, state jail felony.William Gene Bright, 40, was indicted on evading arrest detain with previous conviction, state jail felony.EXPLOITATION OF CHILD/ELDERLY/DISABLEDCandy Johnson, 64, was indicted on exploitation of child/elderly/disabled, third degree felony.FAIL TO COMP SEX OFF DUTY TO REGISTERCharles Calhoun, 38, was indicted on fail to comp sex off duty to register, third degree felony.FALSE STATEMENT PROPERTY/CREDITStephen Jason Falcon, 35, was indicted on false statement property/credit, more than 2,500, but less than $30,000, state jail felony.FORGERYMarcos Anchondo, 33, was indicted on two counts of forgery financial instrument, state jail felony.FRAUDAnthony Tyrone Strong, 21, was indicted on fraud use/possession identifying info # items under 5, state jail felony.INJURY CHILD/ELDERLY/DISABLE WITH INTENT BODILY INJURYPriscilla Blanco, 51, was indicted on injury child/elderly/disable with intent bodily injury, third degree felony.KIDNAPPINGNathan Sandoval, 23, was indicted on aggravated kidnapping with deadly weapon family violence, first degree felony.POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCEEduardo Melendez, 53, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, more than one gram, but less than four grams, third degree felony.Destiny Rios, 41, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, second degree felony.Fernando Joaquin Mancha, 24, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, state jail felony.Hector Saez, 20, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, state jail felony.Kenneth Wayne Griffin, 49, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, second degree felony.Kimberly Kristine Cabezuela, 28, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, state jail felony.Melvin Julian Maysonet, 42, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, more than one gram, but less than four grams, third degree felony.Miguel Angel Navarrete, 38, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, more than one gram, but less than four grams, third degree felony.Oscar Arturo Ramirez, 20, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, more than one gram, but less than four grams, third degree felony.Perry Lamont Dunlap, 24, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, state jail felony.Sergio Adrian Mendoza, 36, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, second degree felony.William Tyrel Parks, 26, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, state jail felony.ROBBERYErin Rey Villa, 22, was indicted on robbery, second degree felony.William Gene Bright, 40, was indicted on aggravated robbery, first degree felony.THEFTAngel Nick Carrasco, 19, was indicted on theft of firearm, state jail felony.Christopher Lee Ocon, 31, was indicted on theft property, more than $30,000, but less than $150,000, third degree felony.Glenn Christopher, 30, was indicted on theft of firearm, state jail felony.Jaworski Welcome, 41, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, second degree felony.Robert Montoya Balderama, 40, was indicted on theft – aggregate, state jail felony.Quintessa Shante Walton, 35, was indicted on theft property less than $2,500 two more previous convictions, state jail felony.Terry Ann Talamantes, 52, was indicted on theft property, less than $2,500 2/more previous convictions, state jail felony.Yadira Baeza, 24, was indicted on theft property, more than $2,500, but less than $30,000, state jail felony.UNAUTHORIZE USE OF VEHICLEAustin Lee Mckibben, 28, was indicted on unauthorize use of vehicle, state jail felony.Drew Julian Sampson, 24, was indicted on unauthorize use of vehicle, state jail felony.Johnny Cochran III, 30, was indicted on unauthorized use of a vehicle, state jail felony.Mario Marcus Costa, 38, was indicted on unauthorize use of vehicle, state jail felony.UNLICENSED POSSESSION FIREARM BY FELONChristopher Glenn, 30, was indicted on unlicensed possession firearm by felon, third degree felony. 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Prep Sports Roundup: 2/28

first_img1-A Girls Quarterfinals @ SVC FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail1-A Boys Quarterfinals @ SVC February 28, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 2/28 RICHFIELD, Utah-Madysen Griffiths netted 18 points and the Milford Tigers routed Manila 61-32 Thursday in the 1-A state girls consolation bracket at Richfield High School. Aspen Collett posted 20 points for the Mustangs in the loss. Milford next faces Tabiona Friday at 10:00 am at Richfield High School in the consolation bracket. Tags: Anna Wilde/Erianne Cly/Jordyn Kennedy/Monument Valley/Piute/Rich Rebels/Sevier Valley Center/Vanessa Delgado RICHFIELD, Utah-Wyatt Van Orden netted 13 points and the Wayne Badgers smacked Whitehorse 55-44 Thursday at Richfield High School in the 1-A boys consolation bracket. Wayne next plays at 1:00 pm Friday in the consolation bracket at Richfield High School against Piute. RICHFIELD, Utah-Zach Sherwood led the way with 16 points and the Milford Tigers humbled Diamond Ranch 44-30, ending the Diamondbacks’ season, Thursday in the 1-A boys consolation bracket at Richfield High School. Davis Harrison had 11 points in the loss for the Diamondbacks. Milford next plays Water Canyon Friday at 2:30 pm in the consolation bracket at Richfield High School. 1-A Girls Consolation Bracket @ Richfield H.S. RICHFIELD, Utah-Acey Orton posted 23 points on 10-14 shooting as the Panguitch Bobcats waxed Monticello 57-44 Thursday in the 1-A state boys quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Kanyon Lamb had 18 points on 6 of 8 shooting as well for the Bobcats, who will next play in the 8:30 pm semifinal against Bryce Valley. Lucas Hatch had 19 points in the loss for the Buckaroos. RICHFIELD, Utah-Saige Cox led the way with 13 points and the Valley Buffaloes pounded Tintic 55-33 in the 1-A state girls consolation bracket at Richfield High School Thursday. Lily Wall had 13 points in the loss for the Miners. Valley next plays Monticello at 11:30 am Friday in the consolation bracket at Richfield High School.center_img Written by RICHFIELD, Utah-Jordyn Kennedy amassed 18 points on 7-9 shooting as the Piute Thunderbirds overpowered Monument Valley 64-54, upsetting the Cougars in the 1-A state girls quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center Thursday. Anna Wilde added 12 points and 7 rebounds and Vanessa Delgado netted 12 points and 6 rebounds on 5-7 shooting for the Thunderbirds, who next play Rich Friday at 5:30 pm in the state semifinals. Piute shot a torrid 57.1 percent for the game from the field. Erianne Cly had a game-high 25 points in the loss for the Cougars. RICHFIELD, Utah-Brittney Henrie led the way with 19 points on 7 of 12 shooting and the Panguitch Bobcats routed Wayne 60-33 Thursday in the 1-A state quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Brynnli Nelson had 14 points in the loss for the Badgers. RICHFIELD, Utah-Treyton Tebbs amassed 30 points and 7 rebounds on 10-15 shooting as the Bryce Valley Mustangs overpowered Manila 59-48 Thursday in the 1-A state boys quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Treyson Roberts added 16 points and 9 rebounds on 6-7 shooting for the Mustangs. Tanner Anderson had 16 points and 8 rebounds in the loss for Manila. RICHFIELD, Utah-Daan Filfred’s 14 points and 13 rebounds led the Whitehorse Raiders to a 39-33 win over the Bryce Valley Mustangs Thursday in the 1-A state quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Brooklyn Syrett had 12 points and 6 rebounds in the loss for the Mustangs. Bryce Valley next plays Wayne in the second day loss bracket at 10:00 am Friday at the Sevier Valley Center. 1-A Boys Consolation Bracket @ Richfield H.S. RICHFIELD, Utah-Wyatt Fabrizio posted 17 points and the Tabiona Tigers upset Valley 47-40 Thursday in the 1-A state quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Gavin Hoyt had 10 points in defeat for the Buffaloes. The Tigers shot 87.1 percent (27-31) at the foul line to pull out the victory. Tabiona next plays in the 7:00 pm semifinal Friday at the Sevier Valley Center. Brad Jameslast_img read more

Jay-Z teaming up with the NFL for music, social justice partnership

first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailGearstd/iStock(NEW YORK) — Rap artist Jay-Z is teaming up with the NFL for a new partnership focusing on music and social justice, following the controversy the league faced over its handling of players kneeling to protest police brutality.Jay-Z will become the National Football League’s “live music entertainment strategist,” a role the NFL says will enhance the live game experience and amplify its social justice efforts.The rapper called the partnership “an opportunity to strengthen the fabric of communities across America.”“With its global reach, the National Football League has the platform and opportunity to inspire change across the country,” Jay-Z, whose birth name is Shawn Carter, said in a statement.Jay-Z and Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the NFL, will speak about the deal in a press conference Wednesday afternoon.The partnership with Roc Nation, Jay-Z’s entertainment company, comes after the league faced a wave of player protests and heavy scrutiny — including from the rapper — over how it dealt with the protests.Beginning in 2016, some football players took a knee during the playing of the national anthem at games to protest police brutality against people of color. Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback believed to be the leader of the protest movement, has not been with an NFL team since end of the 2016 season.The NFL later issued a new national anthem policy in which players were allowed to stay in the locker room for the national anthem if they did not want to stand, but those on the field were expected to stand.Jay-Z spoke out in favor of Kaepernick’s protests and, at one point, even seemed to take aim at the league.“Would you rather be playing football, getting your head dinged in, or would you rather be an iconic figure for the rest of your life?” he told CNN’s Van Jones in January 2018, speaking about Kaepernick.Months later, Jay-Z released a song with Beyoncé in which he appeared to criticize the NFL.“I said no to the Super Bowl, you need me, I don’t need you,” he rapped on Ape—-. “Every night we in the end zone, tell the NFL we in stadiums, too.”Jay-Z appears to change his tune with the new partnership, which will be a multiyear deal.A major component of the partnership will be to work with the NFL’s Inspire Change initiative, which launched in early 2019 and focuses on education and economic advancement; police and community relations; and criminal justice reform.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. August 14, 2019 /Sports News – National Jay-Z teaming up with the NFL for music, social justice partnershipcenter_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

Walkers Bakers and Chocolatiers completes £150k expansion

first_imgYorkshire-based Walkers Bakers and Chocolatiers has completed a £150,000 expansion and refurbishment at its Skipton premises.The ground floor bakery shop has been upgraded and now includes a small café area for up to 15 people, while the main first floor air-conditioned café has been completely transformed with new fixed seating and individual booths catering for up to 40 people.In addition, a former storage cellar has now been opened up to provide a brand-new chocolate retail shop, with newly created direct access from the bakery.Walkers also has an established bakery shop in nearby Grassington, though it closed its former chocolate shop in Newmarket Street, Skipton, in May. The business now employs a 24-strong workforce.Modern feelCommenting on the expansion at Skipton, founder Rob Walker, said: “While we will always remain a traditional family-run business, we wanted to add a more contemporary and modern feel to the operation – in effect, creating the best of both worlds.”In a bid to encourage people to call in and have a look at the new set-up, from Monday next week (Nov 17th) and throughout the whole week, Walkers will be running some special one-off offers on chocolates.last_img read more

Howlin Rain Announces New Live Album Series, 2019 Summer Tour Dates

first_imgOakland-based psychedelic rockers Howlin Rain has announced a new live album series, Under The Wheels, which will include multi-track live recordings from the band’s live shows. The series’ debut installment, Under the Wheels: Live From The Coasts (Volume 1), is set to arrive on August 30th via Howlin Rain founding member Ethan Miller’s Silver Current Records.Under the Wheels: Live From The Coasts (Volume 1) encompasses the band’s personal favorite live cuts from nationwide performances in 2018 and 2019. The second installment of the series, Live From The Coasts (Volume 2), is set for release in fall 2019. Under the Wheels: Live From The Coasts (Volume 1) will include a 10 minute-plus instrumental rendition of “To the Wind”, “Death Prayer in Heaven’s Orchard” off of the band’s debut album, the rarely performed “Goodbye Ruby”, and ‘”Missouri”, and “Coming Down” off of the band’s 2018 The Alligator Bride release.Howlin Rain’s Ethan Miller shared his thoughts on the new project via press release. He explained,No matter how accomplished a studio album a band makes there is still something even more elevated and relatable about a live performance captured well. The audience and musicians engaged in an ecstatic, emotional dance together, the sound of light-speed group creativity under heavy pressure, feats of improvised melody and feel beyond expectation and of course the raw edges, rough corners and deeply human sound of artists completely exposed in the high temp firing and fusing of their hopes, risks, vulnerabilities and ultimately triumphs of imperfection and musical joyrides beyond conscious imagination. That’s my favorite place for Howlin Rain to be and my intention with the live series is to open a spigot between the fans and these captured live adventures and to leave it open as an ongoing conversation about our spiritual dance together.Fans can listen to Howlin Rain’s live take on “Goodbye Ruby” below:Howlin Rain – “Goodbye Ruby”Along with the new live album series, Howlin Rain has announced a nationwide 15-date tour throughout August and September, which includes a performance with Ryley Walker at New York City’s Brooklyn Bowl (8/7); a headlining show at Los Angeles’ Moroccan Lounge (8/28); and a two-night run at Pioneertown, CA’s Pappy & Harriet’s (8/30 & 8/31).See below for a full list of Howlin Rain’s newly added tour dates. For ticketing and more information, head to the band’s website.Howlin Rain 2019 Tour Dates:8/6 – Port Chester, NY – Garcia’s at The Cap *8/7 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl ^8/8 – Boston, MA – Once Ballroom *8/9 – Camden, CT – Space Ballroom *8/10 – Pine Plains, NY – Huichica East8/11 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brendas *8/27 – San Diego, CA – Casbah8/28 – Los Angeles, CA – Moroccan Lounge8/29 – Costa Mesa, CA – The Wayfarer8/30 – Pioneertown, CA – Pappy & Harriet’s8/31 – Pioneertown, CA – Pappy & Harriet’s9/5 – Felton, CA – Felton Music Hall9/6 – San Francisco, CA – The Chapel9/7 – Reno, NV – Reno as F*ck9/12 – Chico, CA – Argus Bar* w/ Garcia Peoples^ w/ Ryley WalkerView Tour Dateslast_img read more