Braby brings in silo service

first_imgBraby has launched a new silo cleaning, maintenance and inspection service.The UK manufacturer of stainless steel and aluminium silos will offer a full servicing menu in order to ensure that bakeries stay ATEX-compliant and also to extend the life of their silos. ATEX is a European directive enforced by the Health and Safety Executive, the importance of which Braby aims to promote. The regulations serve to protect workers and businesses from fires and explosions, which may arise from the use of dangerous substances and fine powders, such as flour or sugar.The new service includes scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance packages and is available to both Braby and non-Braby customers. Full reports on the condition of the silos and an indication of maintenance schedules are provided. The company also provides an out-of-office 24-hour emergency service for infestation or incorrect usage of a silo.[http://www.braby.co.uk]last_img read more

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New Festival Established To Benefit At-Risk Youths Through Music Education

first_imgProject Primavera is a non-profit organization that based out of Florida that uses music to positively impact the lives of orphaned and at-risk youths. Each year, the organization pairs foster kids with musicians to serve as mentors and teachers and provides free professional music lessons to kids in foster care through the Sherriff’s Youth Ranch in Tampa. To benefit their awesome cause, the non-profit is throwing a one-day music and arts festival on April 8th in Safety Harbor, Florida called the Primavera Music and Arts Festival.The festival is set to be a family-friendly affair and whose ultimate goal is to create 200 new mentors for Project Primavera to directly impact the lives of underprivileged children. Kicking off the day with a hot-air balloon egg drop, musical acts Soul Circus Cowboys, Have Guns Will Travel, The Black Honkeys, and Ethan Parker will all perform before a fireworks show over the water ends the night. Food trucks will be hanging around all day to keep the masses fed, though VIP tickets are available with catered food as well.General admission for the event is free, with the ability to buy premium and VIP tickets that will support the organization. You can get more information about the awesome benefit festival via the festival’s website, and check out what Project Primavera is all about in the video below.last_img read more

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Van Ghost Releases B-Sides Of ‘I Can’t Hide’ For 10th Anniversary [Listen]

first_img[Photo: Zach Nelson; Album Art: Ed Harris] For nearly a decade, Van Ghost has existed in the shadows; revealing themselves sparingly at select and special engagements from New York City to Costa Rica. The brainchild of Chicago music industry impresario Michael Harrison Berg, the extended Van Ghost band is a familial diaspora sprawling the continental 48; over the years, this collective has tread a roadmap in revival. For their last release, The Ghost Unit, in 2016, the group delivered huge hooks, heavy hearts, and heroic harmonies in abundance, easily walking the line between soulful, funky, and folky without relying on cliches from any of the genres. For The Ghost Unit’s lineup, Berg assembled an all-star crew composed of Jennifer Hartswick, Chris Gelbuda, Natalie Cressman, Ick Cassarino, John Staten, Grant Tye, Chris Chew, and Rob Marscher to record at the legendary Westford, Vermont recording studio, The Barn.Now, Berg and Van Ghost, in celebration of the 10th anniversary of I Can’t Hide, are releasing the B-side cuts from that first album that started it all. Many of the usual suspects make it on the cut, including Jennifer Hartswick and Chris Gelbuda, though, as is the beauty of Van Ghost, the crew is malleable, with artists coming in and out over the years. You can take a listen to the 10th anniversary B-sides of Van Ghost’s I Can’t Hide here.last_img read more

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This year, for the first time, the TOMAS CROATIA survey will cover the profile, satisfaction and consumption of tourists in the entire territory of Croatia.

first_imgThe Ministry of Tourism and the Croatian National Tourist Board, in cooperation with the Institute for Tourism, for the first time in history are conducting a comprehensive national survey “Attitudes and consumption of tourists in Croatia – TOMAS CROATIA 2019” in the whole of Croatia. Unlike previous TOMAS surveys, which covered only the Adriatic counties, TOMAS Croatia 2019 will for the first time cover the profile, satisfaction and consumption of tourists in the entire territory of Croatia, including all continental counties, and for the first time, data on tourist characteristics and their consumption will also be visible outside the main seasonal months.  “TOMAS research data are a necessary source of data for the improvement of the tourist product and its adjustment to the expectations of tourists, but also for the calculation of total tourism revenues and the creation of a tourism satellite account. In short, the TOMAS research provides us with a relevant basis for tourism management at the national level, but also at the regional and destination level.”, concluded dr.sc. Damir Krešić, director of the Institute for Tourism, an institution that has been conducting TOMAS research for 30 years. You can see the latest TOMAS SUMMER 2017 survey in the attachment. “We expect the results of this research in 2020, when our package of tourism laws will come into force. The results of the research will be a contribution to the preparation of future programs and activities, in accordance with our tourism policy. We want to responsibly manage tourism based on quality and sustainability, and we recently published a call for the development of public tourism infrastructure worth HRK 25 million, which for the first time enabled the financing of sustainability studies. In all segments, we strive to raise quality so that our overall tourist offer is as high quality and competitive as possible” said Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli. RESEARCH RESULTS PUBLISHED “TOURIST ATTITUDES AND CONSUMPTION IN CROATIA – TOMAS SUMMER 2017”center_img “For the first time, we will get an insight into the “picture of demand” in periods outside the main tourist season, which will allow us to better evaluate the activities carried out so far to encourage off-season tourist traffic, but also more successfully prepare all future communication campaigns. Also, the results of this research for the first time will provide us with information about the preferences of tourists visiting “green Croatia”. As this is a large and demanding survey, we invite all tourist entities that will be selected in the sample to support this activity and enable the survey of guests.” said the director of the Croatian Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić, adding that the obtained results will be used in the development of a new Strategic Marketing Plan for Croatian tourism.   Data for the research will be collected from tourists in more than 100 places in Croatia, covering all Adriatic counties, the city of Zagreb, Slavonia and Northern and Central Croatia. Domestic and foreign guests from more than 15 countries will be interviewed in hotels, hostels, camps and family accommodation facilities, including family farms, and the planned sample size is 14.500 respondents and tourists. Attachment:last_img read more

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Sumner County Court Docket: Oct. 15, 2014 report

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury unless specified otherwise. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.•••••Jerry Muller, Jr., born in 1979, of Wichita was charged with conspiracy to commit burglary of a dwelling, a level 9 felony; burglary of a dwelling, a level 7 felony; and theft, a level 9 felony.Muller is accused on April 9, 2012 of burglarizing a residence at 1410 N. Brown Arrow Road in Peck.Allegedly he received a text message from an male telling him he had the owner of the property out of his house so Muller would know the house was empty and could burglarize it. He and the other male allegedly entered the residence and stole a pearl handled revolver, 42-inch Vizeo Flat Screen TV, a knife collection, computers, pills and other items which were stored in a AAA storage bin at 530 E. McArthur in Wichita which he rented. He allegedly transported the stolen items using his car.His court deposition is set for Nov. 6, 2014 at 9 a.m.•••••Randy Copeland, born in 1976, of Clearwater was charged with domestic battery, a Class B misdemeanor; disorderly conduct, a Class C misdemeanor; and Criminal Trespass, a Class B misdemeanor.Copeland is accused on Sept. 25, 2014 of angrily pushing his girlfriend down to the ground during an argument. He allegedly used abusive language and pushed down his own motorcycle to emphasize how mad he was. This allegedly alarmed a household member to the degree that she got a knife to protect herself and locked herself in the bathroom.Copeland was allegedly asked to leave by the owner but refused to do so.•••••Joshua Adams, born in 1978, of Arkansas City was charged with driving without headlights, a traffic infraction; failure to stop at stop sign, a traffic infraction; driving while suspended, a Class B misdemeanor; failure to provide proof of insurance, a Class B misdemeanor; expired registration, a misdemeanor; and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Adams is accused on Sept. 25 of driving with no lights at the intersection of Clark and Ohio Street in Oxford and not stopping at a stop sign. When he was stopped it was allegedly discovered his license was suspended, no insurance and he had a syringe and methamphetamine glass smoking pipe.•••••Zachary Niceley, born in 1995, of Oxford was charged with domestic battery, a Class B misdemeanor; disorderly conduct, a Class C misdemeanor; and consumption of alcohol by a minor, a Class C misdemeanor.Niceley is accused on Sep. 10 of angrily kicking and head butting his girlfriend and consuming four beers in his home when it was not legal for him to do so prior to the altercation.His court deposition is set for Oct. 16.•••••Amber Rae Darby, born in 1979, of Oxford was charged with obstructing apprehension or persecution, a level 8 felony; and interference with law enforcement, a Class A misdemeanor.Darby is accused on Aug. 30, 2014 of knowingly concealing Naaman Darby, who has been charged with burglary and felony theft, and did so knowing he had an outstanding arrest warrant.She also allegedly was protecting Naaman Darby at her home and told the law enforcement officer he was not home, when in reality he was at her home. He was not supposed to be there because of a protective order where Amber was the victim.•••••Dillon Lowe, born in 1995, of Wellington, was charged with possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Lowe is accused on Sept. 29, of having a baggy of marijuana and a glass marijuana pipe in his pocket .•••••Brandon Golightly, born in 1994, of Belle Plaine was charged with two counts of battery, a Class B misdemeanor; and disorderly conduct, a Class C misdemeanor.Golightly is accused on Sept. 29 of wrestling around with a woman and holding her down in a playful manner. But when she was getting up she accidentally kicked him and he allegedly responded by angrily hitting her in the left knee causing pain.When the girls tried to leave he allegedly slammed the door on her cutting her hand. He allegedly slammed the door hard, anticipating that would alarm everyone present.•••••Zakery Bowyer, born in 1982, of Wichita was charged with unlawful use of drivers’ license, a Class A misdemeanor; interference with law enforcement, a level 8 felony; possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Bowyer is accused on Sept. 24 at the Kansas Star Casino of using a driver’s license issued to another person. The photo allegedly did not match the identification and when the officer asked, Boyer allegedly gave a false name in hopes that the officer would not discover he was wanted on Sedgwick County charges.Upon searching the vehicle, officers discovered Bowyer allegedly had methamphetamine and a syringe in a black backpack in the backseat of the car.•••••Coleton Hess, born in 1993, of Winfield was charged with using a cell phone to facilitate a drug sale, a level 8 felony; possession methamphetamine in a quantity of at least 1 gram but less than 3.5 grams with intent to distribute, a level 3 drug felony; and possession narcotics, a level 5 drug felony.Hess is accused on Sept. 29, of sending and receiving text messages where he agreed to sell an eight-ball of meth for $275 at Casey’s in Wellington.When apprehended, Hess allegedly possessed 3.5 grams of meth in a Crown Royal bag in the car.He also allegedly had several hydrocodone pills which were not in a prescription bottle not issued to Hess.•••••William Wisely, born in 1945, of Conway Springs was charged with illegal parking, a traffic infraction; and assault, a Class C misdemeanor.Wisely is accused on Aug. 19 stopping his vehicle in the middle of the right lane in the 100 block of North 8th in Conway Springs, blocking traffic and got out to confront an individual who was in the vehicle behind him.He allegedly yelled at the other driver stating “I should beat the ___ out of you” and “I’d like to catch you out in the county because you won’t come back.”•••••Richard Brown, born in 1978, of Conway Springs was charged with domestic violence, a Class B misdemeanor; criminal threat, a level 9 felony; and aggravated endangering a child, a level 9 felony.Brown is accused on Sept. 20, of backhanding a household member in the face several times causing bleeding and bruising. He then allegedly used profanity on the woman stating if she didn’t shut up, “I’ll hit you even harder.”Brown is also accused of driving a vehicle during the incident with two children in the backseat. Allegedly, he was driving recklessly while hitting their mother in the car as they tried to shield their mother from his blows and he was trying to pass a semi truck.His court deposition is set for Nov. 6.•••••Ernesto Lopez of Wichita was charged with aggravated endangering of a child, a level 9 felony; driving under the influence, a level B misdemeanor; refusal of PBT, a traffic infraction; failure to maintain one lane, a traffic infraction; child with no seat belt, an infraction; seat belt not being fastened, an unclassified misdemeanor; driving without a valid license, a Class B misdemeanor; and defective brake lights, a traffic infraction.last_img read more

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FSJ’s Kirby Dreher in the Lead at BC Womens Amateur Championship

first_imgAt the B.C. Women’s Amateur Championship in Williams Lake, where after 3 rounds local golfer Kirby Dreher remains in the lead with an impressive 12 under total. Going into the fourth round she has a 2 shot lead on Kira Meixer, and the two of them are well a head of the pack as third place Anica Yoo is sitting at 3 under.the Women have one more round to play at Williams Lake Golf and Tennis Club tomorrow.- Advertisement –last_img

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