THW Kiel with +5 from Szeged Click to comment SG Flensburg beat THW Kiel in German derby ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsRight before the match HSV Hamburg-SC Magdeburg this evening, the pairs for the F4 in the German Cup have been decided. HSV Hamburg will yet again meet Flensburg after already being drawn in the same group in the EHF VELUX Champions League. The other tie is THW Kiel against MT Melsungen, Melsungen being the team that beat THW Kiel in Kiel and ended their astonishing run.Saturday, 13.04.20131. Semi-final: 15.00 Uhr2. Semi-final: 17.45 UhrSunday, 14.04.2013Final: 14.00 Uhr Related Items:final four, Flensburg, germany, HSV Hamburg, melsungen, THW Kiel Recommended for you Harald Reinkind to stay at THW Kiel ShareTweetShareShareEmail Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
The announcement many northeast Johnson County residents have been waiting for has finally arrived.Two and a half years after Google Fiber signed agreements with Mission Hills, Prairie Village, Fairway and Mission to start offering its high-speed internet and digital television service to the area, the company sent out a message Wednesday informing residents that sign-ups for those cities should open in April.“We’ve been working hard to build our network in Johnson County,” Fiber announced. “While there’s still lots more digging to do, sign-ups will be open next month.”Fiber opened its sign up period for Westwood, Westwood Hills, Roeland Park and Mission Woods in the summer of 2014. In May 2015, the company confirmed its first actual home hook ups in the area.Contractors for Fiber have been working throughout the county in recent months to install lines.
Christie is expanding its Secure Series line of large-format TAA-compliant, non-RF (radio frequency) LCD panels, designed specifically for secure-facility environments. Featuring 4K UHD resolution (3840×2160), these plug-and-play 75″ and 86″ panels are ideal for meeting rooms, control rooms or digital signage applications. These displays join existing 55-and 65-inch models in the Secure Series.The SUHD751-P/SUHD861-P include an OPS slot, USB playback and built-in speakers. They are Crestron Connected and have an optional interactive overlay. According to Christie, these 24/7 operation displays provide a good balance between price and performance.The new Secure Series models ship in the fall of 2019 and are here.
Foundation Equal Justice Works Fellows will implement legal aid projects Foundation Equal Justice Works Fellows will implement legal aid projects Special to the NewsThe Florida Bar Foundation recently announced its 2011-13 class of Equal Justice Works Fellows, who will embark this fall on two-year fellowships through which they will implement innovative projects at Foundation-funded legal aid organizations. In addition to addressing the civil legal needs of the poor in Florida, the EJW Fellowship Program enriches Florida’s legal assistance community through the enthusiasm of individual Fellows, who renew and enliven a host program’s legal advocacy.This year’s class — Vanessa Coe, alumna of Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center; Betsy Havens, alumna of University of Miami School of Law; and Franco Torres, alumnus of Boston University School of Law — will be tackling immigration and migrant workers’ rights and healthcare for disadvantaged children at legal aid organizations in Lake Worth, Miami, and Tallahassee.The EJW Fellowship Program was established and is operated by Washington, D.C.–based Equal Justice Works, which provides partial funding.Since 1999, The Florida Bar Foundation has provided matching funds for 65 Florida Equal Justice Works Fellows.The Foundation’s funding partners, The Florida Bar and the law firm of Greenberg Traurig, also provide matching funds for the fellowship.Through its Legal Assistance for the Poor (LAP) grant program, The Florida Bar Foundation provided $199,000 in matching grants to Foundation-funded legal aid organizations to host the 2011-13 fellows.The EJW Fellowship Program is often an experience that cements the Fellows’ desires to practice public interest law. More than 30 percent of Florida Equal Justice Fellows become legal aid attorneys, often continuing the work of their projects.Katherine DeBriere, 2008-10 EJW Fellow, has had a passion to work on the behalf of the developmentally disabled since she was a child. But she found her niche — working to prevent the unnecessary incarceration of the developmentally disabled — during her EJW fellowship at Florida Institutional Legal Services (FILS).“With the Foundation’s support, I was able to jumpstart a legal career working on issues that I care about the most,” said DeBriere, who continues to work on her project as a full-time legal aid attorney for FILS and Jacksonville Area Legal Aid. “I can honestly say that I love what I do, and because of the Foundation, I have the opportunity to do it every day.”Sharon Caserta, 2006-2008 EJW Fellow, and Cara Dobrev, a 2002-2004 EJW Fellow, are also examples of Foundation-funded EJW Fellows continuing their careers in public interest law. Caserta, a full-time legal aid attorney with Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, provides legal advocacy for the deaf/hard-of-hearing and blind citizens of Florida and has created a handbook for Florida attorneys called, “Providing Effective Communication for Clients who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Deaf/Blind.”Dobrev is the litigation director for the Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association’s Guardian ad Litem and Transitions programs. Gabrielle Davis is the communications coordinator for The Florida Bar Foundation and can be reached at [email protected] . March 15, 2011 Gabrielle Davis Regular News
Adolfson and Peterson Construction announced Monday it broke ground on Estrella Mountain Community College’s new performing arts center. The $9.7M center is a 30,000 SF free standing fine arts space at the heart of the campus. Orcutt Winslow designed the building, developed by the Maricopa County Community College District. The new building will serve as a bookend to the student mall at the center of the campus master plan. In addition to the 300-seat performance area with professional style crossover orchestra pit and pit lift platform, the state-of-the-art building features a comprehensive performing arts support space including – black box performance studio complete with pipe grid and theatrical accessories including digital projection; dance studio with premium Marley dance surfacing; costume design and fabrication lab; tech lab for digital audio, video and digital scene production; performer support areas and dressing rooms; backstage support space and scene shop for complete theatrical production, scenery construction, and stagecraft. Construction is expected to wrap up in November 2014.
By JARROD POTTER LITTLE LEGEND – BLAYDEN MCDONALD SLICING through the Tooradin-Dalmore midfield, stabbing his passes to hit up the…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily The future of Morning Mountain may lie in the hands of the Nelson Cycling Club. The Regional District of Central Kootenay holds tenure on the controlled recreation area on the Crown land that used to be the Morning Mountain (Blewett) Ski Hill — and still owns property at the base of the former ski hill — but may be looking to hand that tenure over to the city’s cycling club. Community Services general manager for the RDCK, Joe Chirico, said the land used for the hill hasn’t been utilized for skiing for many years. As a result, they have been having “issues” with people trespassing on the property and they have been looking to find someone who would actively manage it. That someone could be the Nelson Cycling Club, Chirico said. “The cycling club has expressed an interest in being on the property for recreational purposes,” he said. “Lots of the trails in the Giveout Creek area would finish on the Morning Mountain property.” Over the last few years, the cycling club has held their annual fall mountain bike event — the Fat Tire Festival — on Morning Mountain, as well as extensively used the mountain biking trails above the hill in the Giveout Creek area. “They have shown interest as an active group to mange the property, … so we are looking to formalize an agreement with them,” he said. “It’s in the works but not near completion.” A meeting amongst Area E director Ramona Faust, Area F director Ron Mickel, Chirico and the RDCK’s regional park planner to discuss the options for dispensing and allocating the ski hill funds and signage is the next step in the process. [email protected]
Staff and management at Mallard’s Source for Sports took to the streets of Kelowna to find the latest recipients of Team of the Week. A group of local hockey players made their way to the Central Okanagan earlier this month to compete in Hockey Night in Canada’s Play On! 4 on 4 Street Hockey Tournament outside Prospera Place — home of the WHL’s Rockets — in Kelowna. Team Nelson looked very strong in the preliminary round, finishing with a 2-1 record. However, Team Nelson was upset during the semi finals by a squad the Heritage City players had defeated in the round robin. Still a great showing by Team Nelson, pictured L-R, Coleton Dachwitz, captain Sam Weber, Justin Podgorenko, Tyler Podgorenko, Adam Maida and Brody Bueller.
The recently released Liam Mellows Convention motion regarding a possible move for Galway hurlers into Munster if their underage teams are not accommodated by Leinster has generated much discussion, but Galway County Secretary John Hynes says the whole debate is about Galway teams having a ‘Fair and level Playing Field’… Audio Playerhttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/sports.podcast/John+Hynes+GAA.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume..print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
FRISCO, Texas – McNeese State sophomore Julia Kral has been chosen Southland Conference Women’s Tennis Player of the Week, the league office announced Tuesday. Honorable mention this week goes to Lamar freshman Stephanie Marchena, Central Arkansas junior Nataly Yoo and Stephen F. Austin freshman Vivienne Kulicke. Each school’s sports information director nominates and votes for the players of the week, though is not permitted to vote for his own player. To receive honorable mention, a player must receive votes from 25 percent of the Southland sports information directors. Women’s Tennis Player of the Week – Julia Kral, McNeese StateSophomore sensation Julia Kral turned in one of her most impressive performances of the season as she went 6-0 for the week in singles and doubles. Kral led the Cowgirls to three straight conference victories over Central Arkansas, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and UIW. The Teublitz, Germany, native won all three of her No. 2 singles matches in straight sets and did not give up more than seven total games in any of those matches. Her closest match was a 6-4, 6-3 victory over UCA’s Kelsey Williams last Tuesday. In doubles, Kral was equally impressive teaming up with Hannah Brett for victories of 8-2, 8-4 and 8-0 at the No. 2 spot.