Jazz Sign G Lewis

first_img Tags: Donovan Mitchell/Trey Lewis/Utah Jazz Written by August 29, 2018 /Sports News – Local Jazz Sign G Lewis FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  The Jazz are adding a former college teammate of Donovan Mitchell to their roster.Utah signed guard Trey Lewis to a deal yesterday.  He teamed up with Mitchell in the Louisville backcourt in 2015-2016.Lewis played professionally in Europe last season. Robert Lovelllast_img read more

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Building Authority Working to Replace Bicentennial Tree

first_imgBuilding Authority Working to Replace Bicentennial TreeJANUARY 7TH, 2019 TYRONE MORRIS EVANSVILLE, INDIANASteps are being taken to replace a historical tree outside the Civic Center that was accidentally cut down.The Bicentennial Tree was planted in Evansville in December 1976 on Locust Street, across from the Old National Events Plaza.City officials proposed to cut down the Bicenntial Tree to make way for the Locust Street Project Plan. However, no final decision was made when the tree was chopped down.Now the Building Authority is working to put a new one in its place.Director of the Evansville-Vanderburgh County Building Authority Dave Rector says, “I plan now after talking to the city arborist, I’m going to the next tree board meeting and going to suggest that we plant replacement trees, in plural, and hopefully designate one as a redesignation of the Bicentennial Tree.”The tree board will meet in early February to discuss how to move forward.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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Elkhart man recovering after being shot by acquaintance

first_imgIndianaLocalNews By Jon Zimney – March 28, 2020 0 295 Twitter WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Pinterest Pinterest Google+ (Photo supplied/Elkhart Truth) A 21-year-old man from Elkhart is recovering after he was shot by an acquaintance.Police were called around 11:45 p.m. on Friday, March 27, to the 200 block of Larson Avenue in regard to a person with a gunshot wound.On arrival, police found the victim who suffered a non-life threatening wound to his ankle.The victim was taken to Elkhart General Hospital.The victim stated that an acquaintance of his shot him in his foot then left the scene afterward.As of Saturday afternoon, there have been no arrests made.Anybody with information is asked to contact the Elkhart Police Department at 574-295-7070 or email at [email protected] Facebook Google+ Previous articleElkhart County now under a Travel Watch, only essential travel recommendedNext articleCoronavirus in Cass County, Trump declares major disaster in Michigan Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. WhatsApp Elkhart man recovering after being shot by acquaintancelast_img read more

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Less processed meat, more fish, exercise may boost sperm count, quality

first_img Read Full Story Men may be able to boost their sperm counts by eating less processed meats such as bacon, eating more fish, and getting more exercise, according to new research from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). Researchers who looked at lifestyle factors among approximately 150 male infertility patients at Massachusetts General Hospital presented their findings October 14, 2013 at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s annual meeting in Boston.The researchers found that men who ate between one and three servings of processed meats per day had worse quality sperm than those who ate the fewest servings. Sperm quality was better in men who ate the most white meat fish, like cod or halibut. And men who ate the most fatty fish like salmon, bluefish or tuna had a 34% higher sperm count than those who ate the least amount of fish. “We found the effect of processed meat intake lowered (sperm) quality and fish raised quality,” lead author Myriam Afeiche, research fellow in the HSPH Department of Nutrition, told the Daily Mail.Another study found an apparent link between men’s exercise—particularly weight lifting—and higher sperm counts. “Weightlifting has been shown to increase testosterone levels and improve insulin sensitivity,” study co-author Audrey Gaskins, a doctoral student in the HSPH Department of Nutrition, told HealthDay.last_img read more

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Campus ministry explores needs

first_imgThe Office of Campus Ministry is taking initiative to keep up with the evolving spiritual needs of the Notre Dame community.“The Spirituality Study is Campus Ministry’s way of intentionally engaging the Notre Dame community, to get to know our students for who they are, and consider ways in which we might support them in their faith, in their life and respond to whatever their needs may be,” senior and Hall Retreat intern Laura Gauthier said.Campus Ministry associate director of communications Kate Morgan said the study seeks to better understand the practices and programs of the Notre Dame community in order to cultivate a better practice of everyday spirituality on campus.“We hope the information collected in this study will help us to recognize what our students need from us and how we can better support them during their time at Notre Dame,” Morgan said. “We’re also very interested in hearing what’s currently working in Campus Ministry and what’s not.”Morgan said she and the rest of Campus Ministry acknowledge that the study will not facilitate progress on its own.“While we know this study won’t give us all the answers, we do think that learning more about student life will allow us to help students grow in their faith,” Morgan said.Sophomore and Junior Retreat intern, senior Jordan Russell, said she is excited for an opportunity to examine and critique the current programs Campus Ministry offers.“We want to help students grow in their faith in whatever ways they need,” Russell said. “Therefore, our hope is to uncover what those needs are in order to better aid the current and incoming students. I think this is a great chance for us to really ask the question, ‘who are our students?’” Russell said.Morgan said the study is an opportunity to help better understand students and carry on the mission of Campus Ministry.“I think it’s imperative for Campus Ministry to understand student interests, concerns, aversions,” Morgan said. “Knowing this will help us to assess our own programming and determine how we can better tailor it to meet their needs”Though the study may engender major changes within Campus Ministry in the future, the study also serves the present University community, Gauthier said.“Campus Ministry strives to serve its students as Christ would serve them, recognizing that every student on this campus is not only important, but beautiful,” Gauthier said. “This has been, and will continue to be, our goal. By engaging the unique stories that make up individual lives on this campus, we are excited to continue getting to know our students, loving our students and letting Christ show us the way to serve them best.”Tags: Campus Ministry, Spirituality Studylast_img read more

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Hollie leads team title defence at Fairhaven

first_img International Hollie Muse will be targeting a team action replay when she represents England Golf in the Nations Cup event at this weekend’s Fairhaven Trophies. The 15-year-old from Lancashire was in last year’s winning team, pipping another England trio on countback, while yet another England team finished in third place. This year Muse (Image © Leaderboard Photography) defends the team title with new partners, George Gardner of Sussex and Toby Briggs of Norfolk. England Golf is entering four teams in the event, played over the first two rounds of the 72-hole championship at Fairhaven Golf Club, Lancashire, which takes place from Friday to Sunday, 1-3 May. The other teams are: Team Two: Rhys Nevin-Wharton of Cheshire; Max Martin of Warwickshire and Emma Allen of Hampshire Team Three: Oliver Clarke of Lancashire; Billy Spooner of Lincolnshire; Eloise Healey of Lancashire Team Four: Charlie Strickland of Sussex; Jake Benson of Nottinghamshire; Lizzie Prior of Surrey The players Team One Hollie Muse, 15, (West Lancashire) helped England win the 2014 women’s and girls’ Home Internationals. She has just won the Scottish U16 girls’ open stroke play and The Leveret. George Gardner, 18, (Castle Royle) won the individual title at last year’s Canadian International Junior Challenge and also led England to team victory. Toby Briggs, 15, (Dunston Hall) helped England to a clean sweep in last year’s U16 internationals against the other home countries. Team Two Rhys Nevin-Wharton, 17, (Sandiway) was the runner-up in last year’s Daily Telegraph Junior championship. Max Martin, 17, (Ladbrook Park) represented Warwickshire at last year’s men’s County Finals and was third boy at the 2014 Fairhaven Trophies. Emma Allen, 18, (Meon Valley) helped England win the 2014 Girls’ Home Internationals and Hampshire to become women’s County Final champions. Team Three Oliver Clarke, 16, (Hillside) was in England’s winning team at the Canadian International Junior Challenge and was third in the English U16 boys’ championship for the MacGregor Trophy. Billy Spooner, 17, (Woodhall Spa) first represented England in 2012 and contributed to last year’s successful U16 campaign against the other home nations. Eloise Healey, 17, (West Lancashire) was fourth in the recent Delamere Comboy Scratch and shared 10th place at last weekend’s Helen Holm Scottish stroke play. Team Four Charlie Strickland, 15 (Ham Manor) was fifth in this season’s Peter McEvoy Trophy and sixth in the 2014 Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters. Jake Benson, 15, (Beeston Fields), contributed to England’s clean sweep in last year’s U16 internationals against the other home countries. Lizzie Prior, 17, (Burhill) was in England’s winning team at last year’s Girls’ Home Internationals, after finishing third in the English girls’ championship. 30 Apr 2015 Hollie leads team title defence at Fairhaven last_img read more

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