Joni Hubred Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) The Farmington Farmers Market will celebrate National Farmers Market Week on August 8 with plenty of fresh produce and new vendors at the Walter E. Sundquist Farmington Pavilion and Riley Park in downtown Farmington.New market vendors include Chive Kitchen, a downtown Farmington restaurant that offers vegan fare. Owner and chef Suzy Silvestre said she’ll offer Arroz Gordo, Portuguese Stir Fry for $8. The gluten-free and nut-free dish consists of jasmine rice, house-made chorizo, scramble, chickpeas, mushroom bacon, scallions, and potatoes, smothered in a savory pepper sofrito.Chive Kitchen will have Arroz Gordo, Portuguese Stir Fry, at Saturday’s Farmington Farmers Market. (Chive Kitchen)“Chive has pivoted away from a full service restaurant and is specializing in on line pre-orders, catering, private events as well as special coursed dinners and brunches,” Silvestre said. “All of our specials, deli items, groceries and tickets for our special dinners and brunches can be purchased on chivekitchen.com.”Two metro Detroit businesses, Gus and Grey hand-crafted jams and preserves, and Drench clean, natural salad dressings, are also among Saturday’s new vendors.Always set in early August, National Farmers Market Week honors the abundance provided by markets across the country – and Farmington is no exception. At this week’s market, you’ll find melons, peaches, cherries, blackberries, blueberries, sweet corn, field tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, onions, garlic, potatoes, beets, lettuce, summer squash, beans and more.To mark this special week, farm stands will have information posted about their operations, to help shoppers learn more about where their food comes from.Grab a cup of coffee from Mugs Coffee and Grub of Farmington, now an official vendor offering a variety of fresh roasts, cold brews and iced tea, and listen to acoustic artist Steve Taylor, who brings music to the market at 10 a.m.While the market is open from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., early bird shoppers will find some booths open and ready for business at 8 a.m.“I’m definitely seeing more people at market before 9 a.m.,” Market Manager Walt Gajewski said. “We’re doing this because we believe extending the hours is good for social distancing. Now, all the vendors may not be fully set up – especially, say, our food artisans and crafters, but the farmers will all be ready, the coffee will be on, and Petey’s Donuts should be rolling off the conveyor line!”Reusable bags will be available this week for a donation of $1 or more, with all proceeds going to support the market. Learn about COVID-19 safety protocols, including required masks, pre-order from vendors, and more at farmingtonfarmersmarket.com and follow the market on Facebook. Reported by
Telit has announced commercial availability of the SE873Q5, an ultra-low-power, high-sensitivity GNSS module with very small physical dimensions. The new module leverages miniaturization technology to improve power saving and sensitivity, delivering longer battery life and expanding design possibilities for tracking and navigation application areas particularly in wearable devices. The multi-constellation receiver module can be set to a number of different power saving modes depending on application requirements and includes an ultra-low noise amplifier for boosting sensitivity. This allows developers to explore a much wider variety of device designs, enclosures, and relative placement inside personal devices, garments, or other space constrained electronics.The SE873Q5 (according to Telit) is the smallest flash-memory based GNSS module capable of tracking three constellations simultaneously at its power level. It integrates innovation in components and design reducing power consumption by 20%, while boosting satellite signal reception sensitivity compared to the SE873. With complete pin-to-pin compatibility, the SE873Q5 can also be applied in existing designs based on the SE873, instantly boosting device performance as well as creating opportunities for new and upgraded products with very short time-to-market.When it comes to application areas like wearables and others in the commercial and consumer spaces, there is no such thing as ‘too small’ or ‘too power-efficient. And when you add to this type of efficiency, a stellar front-end RF performance in a miniature global satellite positioning receiver module, you immediately open up new product and business opportunities because now your antenna requirements are easier to meet; and you can explore more ‘buried’ designs where the module, used with an integrated antenna, can be encased deeper into the physical environment of the consumer, commercial, or industrial application – said Felix Marchal, Executive Vice President of GNSS and Short Range Wireless.The Jupiter SE873Q5 is packaged in a 7 x 7 x 1.85 mm QFN-like package, equipped SQI Flash memory, switching power supply and integrated high-performance LNA. It is designed to support GPS, GLONASS, Beidou and is Galileo ready, delivering simultaneous tracking in two modes: GPS+Galileo and Glonass or GPS+Galileo and Beidou. To extend battery life, the module includes a low-power tracking mode as well as advanced low-power modes: SmartGNSS 1 & 2, duty cycle, push-to-fix. Because it is flash-memory-based, it enables easy firmware updates, customization of operating parameters and supports ephemeris file injection (A-GPS) for up to 14 days, resulting in faster TTFF. Navigation data is delivered using OSP binary protocol or NMEA through standard UART, SPI or I2C ports. The module supports A-GPS as well as Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) to increase position accuracy. Server generated and Client generated extended ephemeris are supported and stored in internal Flash memory. The enhanced sensitivity of the SE873Q5 is rated at -147 dBm for acquisition, -161 dBm for navigation and -167 dBm for tracking.
Kiefer Ravena and Emman Monfort of Iloilo City and Raul Soyud of Negros Occidental were playing for NLEX Road Warriors.Meralco Bolts’ Anjo Caram and Ken Bono were both Ilonggos while Reynel Hugnatan was from Bacolod City.Jeffrei Chan, Justin Chua and Luis Alfonso “LA” Revilla – all from Bacolod City – were in Phoenix Fuel Masters.Jericho Cruz of Iloilo and James Yap of Escalante City, Negros Occidental were in Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, while Kia Picanto had Ronald Tubid of Iloilo and Mark Yee of Negros Occidental.Other Western Visayan players in the Philippine Cup were Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings’ Juan Paolo Taha of Iloilo, Alaska Aces’ Siverino Baclao of Bacolod City and Blackwater Elite’s rookie Raymar Jose of Pontevedra, Negros Occidental.VETS LEFT IN THE COLDWith the entry of 22 rookies this season, a number of PBA veterans – including some star players – were not included in any lineup.Among prominent players surprisingly left out were Jonas Villanueva and Carlo Lastimosa, who both last played for Road Warriors, and Danny Seigle, who was not renewed by TNT KaTropa.Also without teams were Chris Ellis, Joseph Yeo, Kris Rosales, Chris Lutz, Mark Cardona, Dennis Miranda, John Wilson, Jeric Teng, Jason Deutchman, Josan Nimes, and Aaron Aban./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full] [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’16 WV players in PBA Philippine Cup ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=” av-medium-font-size-title=” av-small-font-size-title=” av-mini-font-size-title=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]MANILA – Sixteen players tracing their roots from Western Visayas were in the 2017-2018 PBA Philippine Cup, which formally opened last night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.Seven of them were from Iloilo, five from Bacolod City, and four from various parts of Negros Occidental.
Zach Jadofsky will start professional career in Atlanta Braves minor league system (Photo by Bill Stockland) Jadofsky Signs Free Agent Contract With Atlanta Braves ATLANTA, Ga. – Junior pitcher Zach Jadofsky of the West Florida baseball team signed a free agent contract with the Atlanta Braves on Monday. Jadofsky’s signing gives the Argonauts six players advancing to professional baseball after the team’s 2011 NCAA Division II national championship season, including five selected in the MLB First-Year Player Draft last week.Jadofsky (Chipley, Fla./Enterprise State CC) posted a 4.28 ERA and a 4-0 record in 2011, and he struck out 22 batters and walked just nine. Injuries limited him to just 10 appearances, but he finished strong. In three postseason relief appearances, he pitched 11.1 scoreless innings, including 3.2 innings in UWF’s 5-3 comeback victory over Mount Olive in the NCAA Division II Championships.Because of UWF’s championship run through the first week of June, Jadofsky got a late start to his summer league schedule with the Woodstock River Bandits of the Valley Baseball League. The right-hander made his first appearance with the Bandits on Saturday against the Waynesboro Generals and pitched one scoreless inning. After impressing scouts enough with one appearance, he was offered a free agent contract and signed with the Braves.The Argonauts had a program-best five players selected in the 2011 draft, including outfielders Dustin Lawley and Greg Pron going to the New York Mets, pitcher Daniel Vargas-Vila and shortstop Brandon Brewer to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and pitcher Ben Hawkins to the Washington Nationals. Former Argonaut pitchers John Church and Kevin Johnson are currently making their way through the minor leagues; Church was drafted by the Mets in 2009, and Johnson was a 2010 pick by the Angels.For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.Print Friendly Version Share
In other events, Kaoru Sakurai captured his first platform title with 494.46 points. Emi Otsuki and Misako Yamashita won the women’s synchronized platform while Takeshi Kawaguchi and Taishi Busujima emerged victorious in the men’s synchronized platform. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 KOBE – Ryoko Nishii outclassed the field to win her third 1-meter springboard crown at the national diving championships Sunday, adding to the 3-meter title she claimed two days ago.Nishii, who represented Japan at the world championships in Montreal last month, collected 296.91 points at Kobe Port Island Sports Center in winning her first title in two years in the discipline. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES
The Pebble Partnership has accused the EPA of being in cahoots with critics of the proposed Pebble Mine and having a predetermined goal to block the project. EPA in 2014 concluded that the project posed significant risk to salmon and could adversely affect Alaska Natives in the Bristol Bay region. Attorneys for the government and Pebble Limited Partnership told a judge Thursday that they have identified “a likely framework for settlement.” They requested a week to try to finalize terms. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Attorneys say they’re close to reaching agreement in a case brought against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency by the company pursuing a massive gold and copper mine in southwest Alaska. EPA has characterized the lawsuit as seeking to undermine its proposal to protect parts of the region from development.
Odion Ighalo And Dennis Bonaventure Started playing football from Ajegunle BusybuddiesngManchester United striker Odion Ighalo could duke it out with Istanbul Basaksehir’s Azubuike Okechukwu for a place in the Europa League quarterfinals if both teams come through their last-16 second leg ties.United hold a 5-0 lead over Austrian side LASK Linz from the first leg and are practically through to the last-eight but Istanbul Basaksehir must defend a narrow 1-0 advantage when they travel to Danish side FC Copenhagen for the return leg.Both sides will clash in the last-eight if they hold on to their first-leg leads.In other pairings at the draws held on Friday, Victor Moses’ Inter Milan could face Joe Aribo’s Rangers in the quarterfinals but the Scottish side face an uphill task in overcoming a 3-1 deficit when they travel to Bayer Leverkusen.Moses, meanwhile, will tackle Oghenkaro Etebo’s Getafe for a place in the quarterfinals with the tie set to be played as a one-off after the first-leg was called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.Similarly, the last-16 tie between Sevilla and AS Roma will be held as a one-off with the winners taking on Wolverhampton Wanderers or Olympiakos in the quarterfinals.Both one-off ties will be played in Germany at a yet to be decided stadium.Wolves held the Greek side to a 1-1 draw in the first leg in Greece and will face Manchester United in the last four if both sides progress that far.The return legs of the last-16 ties will take place on 5 or 6 August.The quarterfinals onwards will be held as one-off matches in Germany at the home grounds of Duisburg, Fortuna Düsseldorf, Schalke and Cologne.Cologne’s RheinEnergieSTADION will host the final on 21 August.Draw In FullRemaining last-16 ties, 5-6 August: Copenhagen v Istanbul Basaksehir (0-1), Wolves v Olympiakos (1-1), Bayer Leverkusen v Rangers (3-1), Shakhtar Donetsk v Wolfsburg (2-1), Basel v Eintracht Frankfurt (0-3), Manchester United v LASK (5-0), Inter Milan v Getafe (first leg abandoned), Sevilla v Roma (first leg abandoned).Quarter-finals, 10-11 AugustWolfsburg/Shakhtar Donetsk v Eintracht Frankfurt/BaselLASK/Manchester United v Istanbul Basaksehir/CopenhagenInter Milan/Getafe v Rangers/Bayer LeverkusenOlympiakos/Wolves v Sevilla/RomaSemi-finals, 16-17 AugustWinner of quarter-final 4 v winner of quarter-final 2Winner of quarter-final 3 v winner of quarter-final 1Final, 21 AugustRelated
Now aged 74, the man who led the club’s recovery from near bankruptcy to a promotion and two Wembley finals during six years as team boss in the 1980s, is flying from his home in Tenerife to reunite with members of his cup-winning 1985/86 squad.That season City reached Wembley for the first time, beating Bolton Wanderers 3-0 in front of a 54,000 crowd to lift the Freight Rover Trophy.Tonight sees the official launch of a book about that memorable occasion and the build-up to it. Ten or more of the 13-man squad on duty against Bolton are expected to join Terry in the Sports Bar at Ashton Gate for an event open to supporters.Those former players include former Manchester United manager David Moyes, England international Keith Curle, now manager of Northampton Town, and both Wembley goalscorers, Glyn Riley, who netted twice, and Howard Pritchard.Richard Latham’s new book ‘Wembley Wonders’ will be on sale at £20, with an opportunity to have copies signed. Supporters can gain admission free of charge from 8pm.
(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)After struggling with Texas A&M’s up tempo offense that last two seasons, the Crimson Tide seems to be having a better day this time around, jumping out to a 31-0 lead before halftime.Johnny Manziel may no longer be involved in this game, but Alabama quarterback Blake Sims certainly did his best impression of the former Heisman Trophy winner to put the Tide up 24-0 to start the second quarter, juking multiple Aggie defenders as he turned upfield for a 43-yard score.
There were two skirmishes before and two during Saturday’s battle for the Governor’s Cup, setting the tone for an intense (and insane) Kentucky-Louisville football rivalry game. The Wildcats, who hadn’t showed much fight during a five-game losing streak, came out swinging literally and figuratively against the 24th-ranked Cardinals. They surged to a surprising 13-0 lead early and a pair of fourth-quarter leads before falling 44-40 in a heartbreaker.Quarterback Patrick Towles, who had a brutal day for the Cats, sealed UK’s fate with an interception in the final minute. Kentucky (5-6) closed the season with six straight losses and will be left out of the bowl season for the fifth straight year.What we learned in Louisville football’s game against Kentucky Play of the game – With UK down 37-33 late in the fourth quarter, true freshman tailback Stanley “Boom” Williams once again earned his nickname, busting multiple tackles and churning his legs at the goal line to push defenders into the end zone for a go-ahead, 11-yard touchdown run that gave the Cats a 40-37 lead with 5:31 to go. While the Cards came back to take the lead, that run was an all-timer.Instant Analysis | Takeaways from Louisville’s Governor’s Cup performance Turning point – Kentucky’s offense had sputtered all day. The Wildcats were only in it because the defense scored on Fred Tiller’s interception return and Mike Douglas’ fumble return — and the special teams blocked a punt. QB Patrick Towles had thrown an interception with 7:45 to go, deep in his own end, that seemed to seal UK’s fate. Towles was 11 of 25 for 108 yards at that point and the Cats trailed by four. Then he hit Demarco Robinson down the right sideline for 50 yards, and Blake Bone for 11 to the U of L. From there, Boom Williams did his thing, giving Kentucky a chance late. MVP – Tie: Kentucky’s defense forcing four turnovers and scoring two touchdowns or Williams, who rushed 18 times for 126 yards and two touchdowns. His bright future is a touch of consolation for the Cats. Live Blog | Kentucky-Louisville football updatesTakeaway – The Cats are still a work in progress and simply had no answer for DeVante Parker, whose six catches for 180 yards and three touchdowns made third-string quarterback Kyle Bolin (a Lexington native) look like an All-American. After a 5-1 start, Kentucky ended the season with six straight losses to ensure their fifth consecutive sub-.500 season, unable to secure their first bowl berth since 2010. Louisville’s Bobby Petrino improved to 5-0 against Kentucky as the Cards’ coach. * For instant updates on the Wildcats, follow me on Twitter @KyleTucker_CJ. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org . The Wildcats retook the lead 20-14 after this interception return for a touchdown.