WNY News Now / MGN Stock Image.MAYVILLE – Twenty-four new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Chautauqua County from over the past weekend.County health officials say the new cases were reported from Saturday to Monday.Of the cases, six are in the City of Dunkirk, four are in Fredonia, six are in Jamestown, one is in Bemus Point, two are in Brocton, one is in Lakewood, one is in Mayville, one is in Portland and two are in Stockton.There are now 55 active cases with three active cases employees connected to the Fieldbrook Foods outbreak. There are also currently 13 active cases of SUNY Fredonia students.Additionally, 361 people are under quarantine or isolation orders by the Public Health Director and being monitored. Not all of those being monitored are confirmed to have COVID-19 but have either shown symptoms, are awaiting results, or have risk factors.Furthermore, 220 are under domestic traveler quarantine for having arrived to Chautauqua County from a state listed on the New York State travel advisory and three people are hospitalized with COVID-19 locally.To date, 517 people have recovered from the virus with 582 total cases confirmed. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Egan’s stage credits include People, Hamlet, Journey’s End, Arms and the Man, You Never Can Tell, M Butterfly, Noises Off, Art, The Secret Rapture and Déjà Vu. His screen roles include Cold Comfort Farm, Big Breadwinner Hog, A Perfect Spy, The Hireling, Downton Abbey and Bean. The show was first seen in 2010 at New York’s Lincoln Center, before transferring to Broadway where it garnered five Tony nominations. Other Desert Cities was also a finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Three-time Tony nominee and Emmy winner Martha Plimpton, Peter Egan and Daniel Lapaine are to star in the U.K. premiere of Jon Robin Baitz’s Tony-nominated play Other Desert Cities. They join the previously announced Tony nominees Sinéad Cusack and Clare Higgins in the show, which will kick off a season of productions to be presented in-the-round at The Old Vic. Directed by Olivier award winner Lindsay Posner, Other Desert Cities will begin previews March 13, with opening night set for March 24. Plimpton was Tony nominated for Top Girls, Coast of Utopia and Pal Joey. She won an Emmy award for her work in The Good Wife and a nomination for Raising Hope. Other screen credits include The Goonies, Parenthood, Another Woman, Running on Empty, ER, Grey’s Anatomy and How To Make It In America. Other Desert Cities follows Brooke Wyeth (Plimpton) as she returns to the family home in Palm Springs for the first time in six years with some incendiary news for her Republican parents (Cusack and Egan), her upbeat brother (Lapaine) and her recovering alcoholic aunt (Higgins). She is about to publish a memoir about her family, exposing a pivotal moment in their painful and explosive past, her actions threatening to push fractured family relations to a point beyond repair. View Comments Lapaine’s stage credits include Hedda Gabler and All My Sons. Film and TV work includes Zero Dark Thirty, Dead in Tombstone, Muriel’s Wedding, Hotel Babylon and Sex the City and Me.
Eight Grady County 4-H’ers and more than 400 students installed a pollinator garden at Shiver Elementary School as part of a yearlong program highlighting the importance of pollinators.Grady County is one of several national sites chosen earlier this year to participate in a grant project sponsored by the National 4-H Council and Corteva, an agriscience organization, aimed at educating youth about the importance of pollinators in their community.The pollinator ambassadors taught fellow Grady County students about the importance of pollinators to the food supply and community ecosystems through a school partnership.The project culminated with the installation of a pollinator garden at Shiver Elementary School in Pelham, Georgia, in collaboration with the Shiver Elementary School FFA program. Corteva played an active part in preparing the site for planting and Quail Forever, a nonprofit conservation organization, provided the seed for planting and the educational program for the field day.Students planted native pollinators in hopes of attracting bees, butterflies, birds, moths, bats, ants and lizards.Deron Rehberg, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension county coordinator and 4-H agent for Grady County, and Lisa Pollock, Grady County Extension 4-H agent, helped facilitate the program.“The pollinator planting site will serve as an example of what families can plant on their own property to attract various pollinators. Planting a pollinator garden doesn’t have to be complicated,” says Rehberg.Georgia 4-H empowers youth to become true leaders by developing necessary life skills, positive relationships and community awareness. As the largest youth leadership organization in the state, 4-H reaches more than 242,000 people annually through UGA Extension offices and 4-H facilities. For more information, visit georgia4h.org.
Team news and stats ahead of Arsenal vs Molde in the Europa League group stage on Thursday; kick-off 8pm.Team newsArsenal boss Mikel Arteta has confirmed that David Luiz will return to the squad against Molde in the Europa League on Thursday night.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The Brazilian defender has missed the last two matches after he was forced off with a thigh injury during the home defeat to Leicester on October 25. Arteta initially feared Luiz would be out for “a few weeks”, but the 33-year-old has resumed training and is available for selection.Arsenal have no fresh injury concerns following the victory at Manchester United. Calum Chambers (knee), Pablo Mari (ankle) and Gabriel Martinelli (knee) remain long-term absentees.Molde are still without injured defender Kristoffer Haraldseid, but midfielder Martin Ellingsten should be restored to the starting line-up, having come off the substitutes’ bench in the 3-1 win over Mjondalen at the weekend. Image:Arsenal made it two wins from two in the Europa League with a routine victory over Dundalk – Advertisement – – Advertisement – FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Arsenal’s win over Manchester United in the Premier League 2:59 How to followFollow Arsenal vs Molde with our dedicated live blog across Sky Sports’ digital platforms from 6.30pm on Thursday; kick off 8pm.Opta statsArsenal will face Molde for the very first time in this match. The Gunners have won three of their four matches against Norwegian opponents (D1).Arsenal’s last match against Norwegian opposition was a 5-1 win against Rosenborg in the UEFA Champions League in December 2004, with goals from José Antonio Reyes, Thierry Henry, Cesc Fàbregas, Robert Pires and Robin van Persie.This will be Molde’s first meeting with English opponents; Norwegian sides have never beaten English opposition away from home, drawing twice and losing 20 times, with a goal difference of -87 (13 scored, 100 conceded).Molde have won four of their last six away matches in the UEFA Europa League (D1 L1), beating Scottish (Celtic) and Irish (Dundalk) opponents on this run.Since the start of the 2018-19 season, only Munas Dabbur (13) has scored more goals in the UEFA Europa League than Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (12). Molde at a glanceThe coach: Erling Moe replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, initially as caretaker manager, when he left for Manchester United in December 2018 as interim boss. Moe, a former Molde player, had been Solskjaer’s assistant and was given the job on a permanent basis when it became clear Solskjaer would not be returning.European pedigree: The Norwegian club reached the Champions League group stage during the 1999/2000 season and the group stage of the Europa League in 2012/13. In 2015/16 Molde topped a group containing Fenerbahce, Ajax and Celtic to reach the round of 32 in the Europa League, losing 3-1 on aggregate to eventual winners Sevilla.Form: Second in the Norwegian Tippeligaen but 16 points behind league leaders Bado Glimt. Molde have won their last four domestic fixtures and, like Arsenal, both of their opening two games in the Europa League. They arrive in London on a six-match winning run.
On the famous Viennese square Am Hof, 12 Croatian wineries, gathered under the brand, present their wines Vina Croatia – mosaic wines organized by the Wine Association of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce. The beginning of the implementation of the strategy was in 2013 through a clearly stated goal and strength and character of the brand as well as a desire for a clear positioning of Croatian wines on the world wine list.”We wanted to remind the Austrians of the tastes of Croatia now, in the off-season, while their impressions from the summer on our coast are still fresh, to tell them that they can buy the same products they consumed in Croatia at home ”, said Nikola Drmić from the Krauthaker winery, one of the exhibitors in Vienna, where a four-day wine promotion is underway. In addition to this winery, from September 21 to 24 Badel 1862, Degrassi, Dvanajščak, Kozol, Feravino, Iločki podrumi, Kozlović, Kutjevo, PP Orahovica, Zigante, Zlatan otok, PZ Vrbnik, Delikroat and Aura Delikatessen promote their wines and food.The goal of the event is not only to strengthen the image of Croatian wines and wineries, but the overall image of Croatia at this time before and after the season in the most important Croatian emitting tourist markets, among which Austria is especially important to winemakers. “It is known that Croatia is the most popular tourist destination for Austrians. Austrians are in love with the Croatian coast and islands, but Croatia is not only a country that boasts beautiful nature, but also excellent cuisine and first-class wines”, said Tatjana Mrvoš from the Croatian Embassy in Vienna.Photo: Hgk”Austria is a close, significant, but above all demanding market. If our wines are recognized among the Austrians, who are great connoisseurs of wine, it will certainly ensure our profits to the wider market. We hope for a successful continuation of the project. Our vision is to promote Croatian wines in all European capitals”, Said the secretary of the Wine Association of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Igor Barbarić.”We reluctantly accepted this type of promotion. It is a great thing that we present ourselves together for easier profit in demanding markets. It is interesting to come to tourist emitting markets because consumers recognize you. Some are our regular tourists and have had the opportunity to drink our wines. It is also interesting to watch the reactions of Austrians about the similarities and differences with their wines because they are familiar with our varieties.”, Said the exhibitor Igor Hruška from PP Orahovica.Wine exports to the Austrian market are on the rise. In the first five months, we exported 718 and a half thousand liters of wine, which is more than in the whole of 2016 when we exported a total of 675 thousand liters to Austria. ”These results were achieved thanks to the past two good years of harvest, but also a series of marketing activities in EU markets through the Association of Winemakers of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce under the brand Vina croatia – vina mosaica. In the continuation, we expect further growth and placement of Croatian wines, not only on the Austrian but also on the EU market, thanks to the constant quality of Croatian wines. This event is one in a series of levers to increase the promotion and recognition of Croatian wines”, Said the president of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Luka Burilović, who came to Vienna to support local winemakers.
Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterFriday 7 Jun 2019 11:43 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.7kShares Unai Emery to make Emiliano Martinez Arsenal’s new No.2 goalkeeper after Petr Cech departure Advertisement Martinez gave a good account of himself while on loan at Reading (Picture: Getty)The Argentine, who has been at Arsenal since 2010, was third-choice shot-stopper for Arsenal for the first half of the season, playing once in the Europa League, but moved to Reading on loan in January.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMartinez had been desperate for more first-team football and got that immediately at the Championship side, playing 18 times – and recording five clean sheets – to help the team avoid relegation.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArsenal have a limited transfer budget to play with this summer after failing to qualify for the Champions League and have little desire to use up a slice of it on a new back-up goalkeeper.Martinez can slot straight in, though he has made it known that he expects to play in Cup matches – just as Cech did this past season – and wants to be able to challenge Leno for the No.1 position. Martinez believes he can challenge Leno for the No.1 jersey (Picture: Getty)The 26-year-old made one appearance for Arsenal last season, keeping a clean sheet in the Europa League dead rubber against Qarabag, while he has made six Premier League appearances in total for the club dating back to the 2014/15 season – keeping clean sheets in 50% of them.Another goalkeeper still on Arsenal’s books is David Ospina, though not for long, with the report claiming an agreement has been reached between the Gunners and Napoli over a £3million deal.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal The Argentine impressed while on loan at Reading last season (Picture: Getty)Emiliano Martinez is set to take up the role of Arsenal’s new back-up goalkeeper, replacing veteran Petr Cech, with the Gunners unlikely to enter the transfer market.Cech announced earlier this year that he would retire at the end of the season, making his final appearance for the club in the Europa League final defeat to Chelsea in Baku.The veteran Czech’s departure leaves Arsenal in need of a new No.2 to play understudy to first-choice keeper Bernd Leno, and football.london report that Martinez will get the nod. Comment
Indianapolis, In. — Indianapolis mayor Joe Hogsett with state and local leaders took part in a tree planting ceremony at the Indiana War Memorial over the weekend in remembrance of those who lost their lives during the 9/11 attacks 17 years ago.The tree planted during the ceremony is a sapling from a Callery pear tree that withstood the 9/11 attacks and was replanted in 2010 at the Memorial in New York City after much rehabilitation by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation.“The tree was once burned and broken and now has smooth, blossoming branches,” said Paul McCormack, Retired NYPD Deputy Inspector. “The sapling from the tree that is now planted in Hoosier soil in commemoration of the lives lost on September 11, 2001, stands as living proof of America’s resiliency and survival in the face of terror.”McCormack made the journey to Indiana with family members of first responders who lost their lives during the deadliest terror attack on American soil. They are traveling the United States with the Ground Zero 360 Exhibition.The Ground Zero 360 Exhibit is comprised of photos, stories and donated artifacts from 9/11, allowing Hoosiers to take a step back in the past and feel what 8 million New Yorkers were feeling in the days that followed the attacks in 2001 and cost 3,000 Americans their lives.“The Ground Zero 360 Exhibit serves as a powerful reminder of the tragedy that our country faced on September 11th, 2001,” said Mayor Joe Hogsett. “In the wake of the attacks that September morning, brave Hoosiers stepped forward, as they always do, to assist their brothers and sisters in critical rescue and recovery efforts. Now, with the planting of this tree, we will have a permanent reminder of the incredible courage shown by first responders in our country’s time of need.”Hoosiers can visit the Ground Zero 360 Exhibit now through February of 2019. The survivor tree planted at the Indiana War Memorial will be a permanent remembrance of those who paid the ultimate price and as a tribute to the Hoosiers that joined in the rescue efforts after 9/11.For more information go online here.
By Roger WilliamsAUBURN, Mich. (June 9) – Inches made the difference between first and second as Timmy Near topped Friday’s Main Street Seed and Supply IMCA Modified feature at Tri-City Motor Speedway.Matt Szecsodi led the opening laps before Near took over from his fourth place starting position. All eyes were on 10th starting Chad Wernette as he found speed in the bottom groove and caught Near after halfway.Wernette cleared Near and led on the white flag lap, but Near was able to make the winning pass coming out of turn four to win by inches.Chaz Pray, Kody Johnson and Szecsodi rounded out the top five.
RelatedPosts Saraki to Kwara Governor: Call those encroaching my land led by your SA to order FG hails Kwara Governor over social investment programme COVID-19 taught us to be closer to God – ex-NAN Director Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has said he approved the resuscitation of the state annual sports festival as part of his belief in productive engagement of the youths to attain their full potentials. The state is currently engrossed with excitement as contingents from across its 16 local government areas participate in at least 26 games in the seventh Kwara State Sports Festival, which was last held in 2005. AbdulRazaq, who paid an unscheduled visit late on Wednesday to the Kwara State Stadium Complex to watch some of the games, said such event would also help to promote talents and sportsmanship in the populace. “The resuscitation of Kwara State Sports Festival hinges on the need to invest in the youths and sports. Hitherto, the state hired athletes to represent the state in festivals and we need to invest in ourselves and get the home-grown youths to take part in various sports events (nationwide and internationally),” he told reporters shortly after watching a photo finish (volleyball game) between Ilorin West and Offa. AbdulRazaq also said the administration plans to upgrade some facilities in the sports complex in the 2020 fiscal year, especially the indoor hall, to provide the right environment for local talents to thrive. “(There will be) renovation of the sports complex, investments in youth and sports. You will see a face-lift of the Indoor Sports Hall of the state stadium, a new squash court and renovation in all facets,” he said, offering insights into what the sector should expect in the 2020 budget that was passed on Wednesday. “It is a pity that we’ve allowed (sports) infrastructure to decay. But despite that we can see the zeal, commitment of the sportsmen and women as well as the officials. You can see that they want to participate in sports. So, we need to provide the enabling environment to do what they need to do.” AbdulRazaq said Kwara State looks forward to greater showings in the upcoming 20th National Sports Festival in March in Edo State, adding: “In fact, this is the good beginning. We are not going to hire athletes to represent the state. The home-grown talents will represent us. So, we’ll have a 10 year plan. We are not saying that we will be at the top of the medals table in Edo but gradually we will be the best.” The Governor had earlier met with members of the main organising committee of the festival in the indoor hall where he commended them for a good job. He was received by top government officials, sports veterans and entrepreneurs, including the Commissioner for Sports and Youth Development, Joanna Nnazua Kolo; Special Adviser on Sports and Youth Development, Attahiru Ibrahim; Director of Sports, Tunde Kazeem; Serah Adebooa Esan; Olusola Abubakar Sheu; ex-international Hameed Adio; Coach Bola Mogaji; Dr. Steve Olarinoye; Razaq Olorunmako; Ibrahim Bako; and Abimbola Agbeke Olaoye.Tags: Abdulrahman AbdulrazaqKwara Sports FestivalKwara State
People traveling to Florida from three northeastern states just got a break.Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday quietly rescinded an executive order that required travelers into the Sunshine State from areas with “substantial community spread” of COVID-19 to quarantine for two weeks.The rule had affected those coming from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.DeSantis implemented the requirements on March 23, when New York City was a hotspot for the new coronavirus.We must stay the course. These steps are simple, and we’ve said them all along, but they make a difference. #OneGoalOneFlorida pic.twitter.com/npIVueQ7Gx— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) August 6, 2020 Since then, new cases of COVID-19 have fallen in New York.Meanwhile, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s order requiring travelers from Florida and 34 other states to quarantine for 14 days when they arrive to his state remains in effect.To read DeSantis’ full executive order, click here.