Ham, Cheese and Leek is the latest special edition variety in the Ginsters pasty range.The product contains 100% cured British ham and mature cheddar cheese with Cornish leeks wrapped in a light puff pastry and has an RRP of £1.99. It replaces the previous special addition Pork & Apple pasty.Andy Valentine, head of brand marketing for Ginsters, said: “As a brand, proud of our strong British roots, Ginsters has always sought to bring some great British flavours to life. We expect the new Ham, Cheese & Leek to be just as successfully received by our customers and consumers alike.”We are already planning the next special edition for later in 2010.”
The influential defender was ruled out for at least a month after limping out of City’s season-opening Barclays Premier League win against Newcastle on August 19. Kompany has said he hopes to return inside a month – possibly for the trip to Stoke on September 14, or the start of the Champions League campaign three days later – but manager Manuel Pellegrini has warned he will not be rushed. Pellegrini said: “(There is) nothing new with Vincent. Press Association Manchester City fear captain Vincent Kompany could be sidelined for up to six weeks with his groin injury. “Doctors said from the beginning it could last for six weeks. We will see next week how he improves but less than one month is impossible.” njuries to Kompany and Matija Nastasic, as well as another to Micah Richards, have led to increased speculation that City could sign another defender before next Monday’s transfer deadline. City have been heavily linked with Atletico Madrid’s Martin Demichelis, who worked with Pellegrini at Malaga, and a deal could move closer if the Spanish side secure Ajax’s Toby Alderweireld as a replacement. There have also been reports linking City with Porto’s £38million-rated Eliaquim Mangala, but that would seem unlikely given the apparent interest in Demichelis, as well as the cost. Pellegrini said: “There are a lot of names linked with Manchester City. It is not my duty to answer (on) all those names. “We will see next Monday what will happen. “We have some days to bring someone in. We will see what we can do.” City spent almost £90million earlier in the summer acquiring Fernandinho, Jesus Navas, Alvaro Negredo and Stevan Jovetic. With that business long done, and the likely addition of one defender, Pellegrini insists this deadline day will not be a busy one at the Etihad Stadium. He said: “For Manchester City, no, for the rest of the teams, I don’t know.”
Sligo beat the Premier County 2-14 to 1-16 in the counties’ Division 3 encounter at Semple Stadium this afternoon.The visitors made the better start and had build up a 2-9 to 0-8 lead by half-time.Liam Kearns’ side ralled after the break and nearly got something from the match. However, their chances of doing so were hit by the sendin off, after getting two yellow cards, by the sending off of Jimmy Feehan and the injury suffered by Philip Austin.On the plus, Tipp’s goal was scored by All-Star Michael Quinlivan late in the second period.Next up for the Premier is a trip to Laois on Saturday week.
Dodgers’ Dave Roberts says baseball’s unwritten rules ‘have changed, should change’ Hill was just 1-2 with a 6.20 ERA and 1.74 WHIP in six starts before his blister issues surfaced again this year.Related Articles Dodgers’ Justin Turner looking rejuvenated on defense Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Dodgers’ hot-hitting Corey Seager leaves game with back injury Whicker: Dustin May yet another example of the Dodgers’ eye for pitching Dodgers bench slumping Cody Bellinger for a day Rich Hill threw 75 pitches over 4-2/3 innings in a rehab start for Class-A Rancho Cucamonga on Thursday night.The outing appears to set him up for a return to the Dodgers’ starting rotation next week during their series in Chicago.Ten of the 14 outs Hill recorded came on strikeouts. He allowed four hits, didn’t walk a batter and was charged with two unearned runs for the Quakes.Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.It was Hill’s first game action since he left his May 19 start when a blister opened up on his pitching hand after throwing only two pitches. He has thrown multiple times in the bullpen and in simulated-game situations over the past two weeks since the blister on his middle finger calloused over.
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Since it is Labor Day weekend, I thought we would have some fun.I came up with this idea when I got a speeding ticket in this town the other day and was taking a jab at it, by naming it “Wannabe.” Can you guess what town it was? Derby. Derby is a Wichita Wannabe.So I have put together 20 nicknames of towns in the south-central Kansas area. These towns are within a 100 mile radius of Wichita. Place your answers below in the comment section using your real name. I’ll give you the number of answers you have right until we have a winner. The first person who can link all 20 nicknames with the real towns, will get not one but two Sumner Newscow T-shirts! I’ll give the explanations once someone wins the contest. Kind of like the Medallion Hunt.Good luck.Name that town!Example: Wannabe…. Derby.1. Gunsmoke…2. Grinning….3. Footballess….4. Drugstore….5. Crusader North….6. Bad boys….7. Sumner College….8. Sports owner….9. Thatcherville….10. Twin Towers….11. Boa Constrictor….12. Mobile park….13. Ewing Oil….14. No longer….15. Trophy City….16. Smallsville….17. Bessie….18. Brown….19. School suburbia….20. Fraction….Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (4) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +5 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 257 weeks ago Obviously, this contest has failed to capture the imagination of my readers. I may have to up the ante. Report Reply 0 replies · active 257 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down JustForFun · 257 weeks ago Crusaders north- buhler cursaders Sumner College- Arkansas City No Longer- Riverdale or Mayfield Ewing Oil-Blue mound Report Reply 0 replies · active 257 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Dee S · 257 weeks ago I’ll take a stab at one Fraction — Peck (one-fourth bushel_ Report Reply 0 replies · active 257 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Danville · 257 weeks ago Way to much work and time consuming to actually do Cue. But thatcherville has to be Danville. It would take 10 min to get threw spellcheck writing down the names lol Report Reply 0 replies · active 257 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
LITTLE SILVER – Parents worry. That’s what they do; it’s part of the job description.Parents of Red Bank Regional High School students had the opportunity this week to learn how to prevent a child from being hurt and how to detect a potentially life-threatening condition.“Information is power,” said Red Bank parent Brenda Terry.A panel offers a preview of a screening program that will be available beginning next week to school athletes at Red Bank Regional High School. Left to right are: Dr. Loyda Rivera, Olympian Joetta Clark Diggs, Matthew J. Morahan III Health Assessment Center for Athletes program director Diana Toto, Major League Soccer medical coordinator John Gallucci and Dr. John Shumko.She joined other parents, students and staff at the regional high school for a presentation on a new program that will evaluate students for possible cardiac-health problems, establish a baseline metric to measure concussions and provide information about concussion prevention and treatment.“It’s what you don’t know…,” Terry said, not finishing her thought.The school district has partnered with Barnabas Health. Doctors will be on campus from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12 through Thursday, Aug. 15, to provide cardiac screening and concussion base-line evaluations for fall athletes, free of charge.Terry, whose 16-year-old son, Aaron, plays soccer at the high school, said she hadn’t given much thought to a possible heart condition that could put her seemingly healthy son at risk. What changed her mind was the number of young people who have died from such conditions – including two RBR students who died during the 2012-2013 school year.“It really is so scary,” she said.Last school year, Albert Martin and Riyadhna Farrow, who were RBR seniors, died suddenly from what school public information officer Marianne Kligman said were cardiac-related episodes.“It was an eye-opener,” Red Bank Parent Kathy Noble said of the students’ deaths. That’s what prompted her to come to the school Tuesday night with her daughter, Kyleigh, “to find out what the program is about.”The program is the Matthew J. Morahan III Health Assessment Center for Athletes, administered by Barnabas Health, owner and operator of six medical facilities in the state, including Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch.Barnabas Health – through the invitation of the district board of education – will conduct an educational program for the school population that offers information about cardiac conditions and symptoms and provides some basic screening to detect conditions that could pose a serious health threat, especially for those engaged in strenuous sports.Barnabas operates the program out of all of its facilities, offering two free screenings a year at each facility, along with screenings it provides for schools.While physicians and program representatives will screen athletes Monday through Thursday, additional screenings will be conducted during the year for other athletes as well as the entire student body – at no cost to the students or families.The basic physical most students receive prior to playing organized sports doesn’t traditionally include an electrocardiogram, said Diana Toto, program director.The most common cause of sudden cardiac death is from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), which is often characterized by a thickening of the heart wall. HCM often goes undetected, especially in young people, until an athlete goes into cardiac arrest during extreme physical activity, said Dr. Loyda Rivera, a pediatric cardiologist at Monmouth Medical Center. “The problem is that it could be the first sign and the last sign.”There are other conditions to be on the lookout for, such as congenital abnormalities of the coronary arteries or Marfan syndrome, which affects the heart’s connective tissue, Rivera said.Be aware of symptoms, she advised, such as shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, especially after little or no exertion; chest pain or discomfort; palpitations; dizziness, fainting, seizures or convulsions.A panel of experts, assembled at RBR Tuesday night, advised everyone – not just athletes – that they should always drink fluids even prior to exercise.Concussions happen even with appropriate equipment, said Dr. John Shumko, program medical director. He noted that about 1.7 million people in the U.S. each year seek medical attention for traumatic brain injuries, resulting in 52,000 deaths annually.The important thing for those who have suffered a concussion it to receive proper attention and heal sufficiently before returning to sports or other activities. In most cases, that could take between 10 days and a month, Shumko said.The danger is that the patient will suffer a second impact, which has a high fatality rate, especially among young athletes.“Death can occur in a few minutes,” Shumko said.“What we’re talking about, cardiac issues, concussions, you can’t put a Band-Aid on it,” said Joetta Clark Diggs, a four-time Olympic long-distance runner who is the program spokeswoman.“It’s important to be as aware as possible to avoid disasters,” said Gene Horowitz of Red Bank, who was there with his son, Josh, who will be entering high school next month and plans to play soccer.Horowitz already has taken his son to see a doctor in preparation for school and sports. His son acknowledged that more kids are taking these discussions seriously, particularly after the deaths of Martin and Farrow. “They’re more aware and taking care of themselves,” he said.“I’m impressed RBR did this,” said Barb Kirkpatrick of Shrewsbury.Kirkpatrick’s daughter, Erin, suffered a concussion last November that prevented her from attending school full time for the remainder of the school year. “She’s still recovering,” Kirkpatrick said.“It’s good they’re doing this,” Erin said.Noble added: “This is going to help a lot of kids and give peace of mind to a lot of parents.” By John BurtonSchool joins Barnabas Health to prevent cardiac, concussion problems
Flickr-CC-The-US-Army-The-UOfficial-Army-iPhone-app-Taken-on-January-12-2010.Discover the pros and cons of using nutrition apps in your practice and how to use them effectively. Tune into this free webinar on September 21, 2016 at 11:00 am EDT.Mobile Apps for RDNs in Patient Care: What Does the Evidence Say?To register, go to the event page.For a preview, listen to this audio chat with our presenters.Audio Playerhttps://militaryfamilieslearningnetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/podcast-Kristen-Justine-Mobile-Apps-webinar.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Audiocast with Dr. Karen Chapman-Novakofski, Kristin DiFilippo and Justine KarduckWhat nutrition apps are you using? This post was written by Robin Allen, a member of the Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) Nutrition and Wellness team that aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the MFLN Nutrition and Wellness concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, and LinkedIn.
APTN National NewsA notable Alberta filmmaker and actress is producing a film about her life.It deals with tackling an issue APTN reported Tuesday out of Maskwacis First Nation in Alberta.They are currently dealing with high rates of suicide.APTN’s Brandi Morin has more.
Council will review the policy on Monday and determine the next steps to update the snow removal policy. The full report being presented to Council is below. Snow removal is a source of financial stress for the City with snowfall amounts being unpredictable, finding the most financially efficient way to move the snow is an asset.With the 2017 and 2018 budgets exceeding the allocated snow clearing funds due to heavy snowfall. Having the right equipment and system in place is a must to ensure priorities for snow and ice control for streets, parking lots, and sidewalk/trails.The draft policy that will be presented to Council on Monday identifies priorities for snow and ice control for streets, parking lots, and sidewalk/trails. It also identifies levels of response which are operationalized in the administrative procedure.The draft also allows for the use of contracted services to help with clearing the streets and parking lots. Typically the contractors would work in a residential area, allowing City crews to move back to higher priority areas if required. It also allows for the ability to open a street, to make it safer to drive one – although it is not cleared from curb to curb. Crews would later go back and clear the street from curb to curb. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort St. John City Council will hear from City staff Monday about a new plan for clearing snow in the City.Staff say the City can’t meet the existing policy directive with current resources. During the last review of the policy in 2010, staff changed to the current procedure that takes much longer to remove snow but doesn’t block residential drives. Before 2010, plow trucks were used to remove snow with clearing completed within one to two days, yet the plows filled peoples driveways.Council asked staff before Christmas to review the current procedure and policy to align the two and to improve efficiencies.
In its update report, however, it says the provincial economy appears to have started growing again in recent weeks, based on rising oil exports by pipe and rail, stronger wholesale and manufacturing shipments and a jump in small business confidence.It also cites an improvement in the jobless rate and positive population growth, along with more upbeat trends in Alberta’s stalled retail sales and housing sectors.The economists stop short of an immediate upgrade in their forecast, however, noting the volatility of regional statistics and the newly elected provincial government’s likely move to restrain spending.“All in all, recent encouraging data have added credence to the view that economic growth in Alberta is gaining some traction,” the report says.“While a continuation in this momentum would set the stage for a forecast upgrade, we remain cautious for now.” CALGARY — Economists at TD Bank say they are looking at upgrading their Alberta growth expectations for 2019 as signs point to a more robust than expected recovery from the effects of extreme heavy oil price weakness in late 2018.The bank suggested in a forecast in June that the province’s economy would grow by a “paltry” 0.5 percent this year and a slightly better 2.1 percent next year.It said the province’s mandated oil production curtailments had worked to strengthen heavy oil prices in early 2019 but business and household spending remained hampered by concerns around medium-term energy investment. The Canadian Press