Face mask ordinance extended until September 7 in St. Joseph County

first_img Google+ CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Pinterest Previous articleElkhart County to issue mandatory public face mask orderNext articleIndiana has a lack of school nurses ready for the coming school year 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. By Jon Zimney – June 29, 2020 2 1014 Google+ Twitter Face mask ordinance extended until September 7 in St. Joseph County (Photo Supplied/Indiana State Prison) It was due to expire on July 4, but with no vaccine or medication to prevent or treat COVID-19, health leaders in St. Joseph County have extended their face mask ordinance through Sep. 7.The revision is basically to keep doing what’s already happening:Any business establishment open to customers shall make alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol readily accessible at the entrance and in proximity to hightouch surfaces.A face covering over one’s nose and mouth shall be required for any persons entering an enclosed public space or place of business, unless such persons have a medical exception indicating that a face covering is ill-advised for health reasons, or the face covering prevents the persons from delivering or receiving services. The face covering shall be worn at all times when physical distancing of at least six feet cannot be maintained.Health leaders say taking measures such as frequently washing hands, physical distancing and wearing face coverings are the most effective ways to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Twitter Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebooklast_img read more

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Dr. John, Mavis Staples, Tab Benoit, & More To Headline Big Blues Bender In Las Vegas

first_imgThe Big Blues Bender will return to the Plaza Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, from September 7-10. This year’s lineup includes Dr. John, Mavis Staples, Tab Benoit, Walter Trout, and Anders Osborne along with Shemekia Copeland, David Bromberg, Doyle Bramhall II, Curtis Salgado, Eric Gales, Mike Zito, and so many more.Artists at large for the 2017 installment include Jason Ricci, Nick Schnebelen, Billy Price, Sari Schorr, Anne Harris, Michael Ledbetter and Monster Mike Welch. Check out the full lineup announcement video below:For more information about tickets and travel information, head to the festival’s website.Full lineup:last_img read more

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Sands Point Woman Sold $12M in Fake Art, Feds Say

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An art dealer from Sands Point has been accused of hiding millions she made from selling counterfeit artwork purported to be painted by leading abstract expressionists such as Jackson Pollack, Mark Rothko and Willem de Kooning.Glafira Rosales was arrested Tuesday and charged with filing false tax returns and with failure to disclose an offshore bank account in Spain. Federal prosecutors said the 56-year-old failed to report the at least $12.5 million in income from the sales.“Glafira Rosales gave new meaning to the phrase ‘artful dodger’ by avoiding taxes on millions of dollars in income from dealing in fake artworks for fake clients,” Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said.The case, which was first reported by The New York Times last year, is also the subject of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit.Rosales began selling what were described as previously unknown paintings that had never been exhibited before in the 1990s and from 2006 to 2008, she sold about a dozen of the paintings to two prominent Manhattan galleries for more than $14 million, authorities said.She allegedly said her client had ties to Switzerland and wished to remain anonymous, but was in fact fictitious.Investigators found that art, art history and materials science experts determined that “at least several of the paintings sold by her are counterfeit.”Rosales faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine for failing to disclose the bank account. She will arraigned Tuesday at Manhattan federal court.last_img read more

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7 signs you’re doing something right with your money

first_img continue reading » 40SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr There are so many choices to make for your money that it’s easy to feel like you’re doing something wrong.Or everything.But chances are, you’re doing something right, too. Maybe the good choices you’re making haven’t led to overnight millions or a cover story on Forbes, but all the same, they’re putting you ahead of pack.Read on for seven signs you’re doing something right with your money.You can pay your bills each month.A 2015 survey from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling and personal finance site NerdWallet, conducted by Harris Poll, found that about a quarter of Americans aren’t able to always pay their bills on time.last_img read more

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Over 1200 Students To Sit Grade Six National Assessment Next Week

first_imgPhoto credit: BBC NewsRoseau, Dominica – May 16th, 2012…One thousand, two hundred and six (1206) students will write the Grade Six National Assessment (G6NA) on Thursday May 24th and Friday May 25th.This figure represents 596 females and 610 males, and an increase of 61 students over last year’s sitting.A total of 52 centers and 108 supervisors and assistant supervisors will be used for this year’s exams.The number of students writing the exams from the North is 322, South – 171, East – 156 and West – 557.The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development announces that the expected 2012 secondary school entry numbers are: Castle Bruce Secondary School– 86, Isaiah Thomas Secondary School– 118, North East Comprehensive School– 154, Pierre Charles Secondary School – 70, Portsmouth Secondary School – 170 and Roseau schools – 607.The Grade Six National Assessment evaluates students’ achievements at the end of primary school. Secondary schools will be provided with performance data that outline students’ strengths and highlight areas requiring further attention. By: Dionne DurandPublic Relations Specialist,Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development Sharing is caring! Share LocalNews Over 1200 Students To Sit Grade Six National Assessment Next Week by: – May 16, 2012 Tweetcenter_img Share 17 Views   one comment Sharelast_img read more

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Italian Serie A Review (Sunday): Napoli Go Three Points Clear As Lazio Maintain Chase…

first_imgNapoli returned to the top of the table on Sunday afternoon after they defeated Sassuolo 3-1 at home.Allan, Jose Callejon and in-form Dries Mertens were on target for Maurizio Sarri’s side as they move three points clear of Juventus. The Italian champions had earlier gone to the top on Saturday with a 2-0 win over AC Milan.Lazio maintained their hunt for the league title with a convincing 5-1 win over hosts and bottom club Benevento. Bastos, Ciro Immobile, Marco Parolo, Adam Marusic and Nani.Results:Benevento 1-5 LazioCrotone 2-1 FiorentinaNapoli 3-1 SassuoloSPAL 2013 1-0 GenoaSampdoria 4-1 Chievo VeronaUdinese 2-1 AtalantaTorino 2-1 CagliariStandings (Top 6):Napoli 31 pointsJuventus 28 pointsLazio 28 pointsInter Milan 26 pointsAS Roma 24 pointsSampdoria 20 points Relatedlast_img read more

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Black Hills High School Video Team Wins National Award

first_imgFacebook88Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Tumwater School DistrictBlack Hills High School iVideo team of students Ally Remy, Kyle Fischer, Gabrielle Mitchell, Michael Lemon and Kelsie Otos received the Alliance for Community Media (ACM) national award for the BEST VIDEO in the “Hometown Media Award” category!The video “Day in the Life” (see video here) made for Tumwater Middle School was produced with the assistance of Thurston Community Media in the winter of the 2016-17 school year. This was a collaborative effort and the results were spectacular! Seeing the need for Tumwater Middle to produce a video as 6th graders would be joining the middle school level (new middle school structure) in the fall of 2017, Video Productions teacher Susan M. Larson, technology TOSA Justin McKaughan, and TMS Asst. Principal Nick Reykdal got the project started and assisted throughout the process of the video production.The award will be received by Thurston Community Media and Tumwater School District personnel this summer in Baltimore, MD.last_img read more

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