Twitter Google+ Facebook By Network Indiana – July 9, 2020 0 410 (“Jail cells at the Southborough Police Station” by my_southborough, CC BY-ND 2.0) It’s been 17-years since the last inmate was executed at the federal prison in Terre Haute.Next week, three inmates on death row are expected to be executed.They are Daniel Lewis Lee, Wesley Purkey, and Dustin Honken.Lee is guilty of killing a family of three from Arkansas in 1999. An eight-year-old girl was among the victims.Purkey kidnapped a 16-year-old girl, raped her, killed her, and then dismembered her body in Missouri in 2003 .A jury in Iowa convicted Honken on killing five people in 2004.Protesters against the death penalty were out in front of the prison gates on Monday, July 6. IndianaNews WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Previous articleHoosiers struggling with utility bills could qualify for some helpNext articleSt. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office asking for videos of July 4th incident Network Indiana Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Google+ Three death row inmates set for execution in Terre Haute next week
This month’s Price Paid Data includes details of more than 76,300 sales of land and property in England and Wales that HM Land Registry received for registration in December 2017. In the dataset you can find the date of sale for each property, its full address and sale price, its category (residential or commercial) and type (detached, semi-detached, terraced, flat/maisonette or other), whether it is new build or not and whether it is freehold or leasehold.The number of sales received for registration by property type and month Property type December 2017 November 2017 October 2017 Terraced 19,809 27,890 26,394 For further information about HM Land Registry visit our website. 3 were of residential properties in Greater Manchester for £1 million and over 180 were of residential properties in Greater London for £1 million and over Other 5,384 7,027 7,159 Detached 17,395 24,767 22,849 Price Paid Data is published at 11am on the 20th working day of each month. The next dataset will be published on 28 February 2018. HM Land Registry has been collecting information on Category A sales since January 1995 and on Category B sales since October 2013. 9,854 were newly built, a 22.4% increase on December 2016 Contact Flat/maisonette 14,523 19,635 19,048 HM Land Registry safeguards land and property ownership worth in excess of £4 trillion, including around £1 trillion of mortgages. The Land Register contains more than 25 million titles, which show evidence of ownership, for some 85% of the land mass of England and Wales. The amount of time between the sale of a property and the registration of this information with HM Land Registry varies. It typically ranges between 2 weeks and 2 months. Data for the 2 most recent months is therefore incomplete and does not give an indication of final monthly volumes. Occasionally the interval between sale and registration is longer than 2 months. The small number of sales affected cannot be updated for publication until the sales are lodged for registration. 3 were of residential properties in Birmingham for £1 million and over none were of sales of residential properties in Cardiff for £1 million and over Mobile (5:30pm to 8:30am weekdays, all weekend and public holidays) 07864 689 344 Semi-detached 19,216 27,093 25,558 The most expensive residential sale taking place in December 2017 was of a terraced property in the City of Westminster for £10,075, 000. The cheapest residential sale in December 2017 was of a terraced property in Llanelli for £15,000.The most expensive commercial sale taking place in December 2017 was in Walthamstow for £33,809,500. The cheapest commercial sales in December 2017 were in Tunbridge Wells, Chigwell and Welwyn Hatfield, for £100.Access the full datasetNotes to editors Total 76,327 106,412 101,008 Follow us on Twitter @HMLandRegistry, our blog, LinkedIn and Facebook. 56,161 were freehold, a 13.5% decrease on December 2016 The Price Paid Data report builder allows users to build bespoke reports using the data. Reports can be based on location, estate type, price paid or property type over a defined period of time. Press Office 335 were of residential properties in England and Wales for £1 million and over Price Paid Data can be downloaded in text and CSV formats and in a machine-readable format as linked data and is released under the Open Government Licence (OGL). Under the OGL, HM Land Registry permits the use of Price Paid Data for commercial or non-commercial purposes. However, the OGL does not cover the use of third party rights, which HM Land Registry is not authorised to license. Price Paid Data categories are either Category A (standard entries) which includes single residential properties sold for full market value or Category B (additional entries) for example sales to a company, buy-to-lets where they can be identified by a mortgage and repossessions. Phone (Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm) 0300 006 3365 Email [email protected] HM Land Registry is a government department created in 1862. It operates as an executive agency and a trading fund and its running costs are covered by the fees paid by the users of its services. Its ambition is to become the world’s leading land registry for speed, simplicity and an open approach to data. Of the 76,327 sales received for registration in December 2017: There is a time difference between the sale of a property and its registration at HM Land Registry.Of the 76,327 sales received for registration, 18,974 took place in December 2017 of which: Price Paid Data is property price data for all residential and commercial property sales in England and Wales that are lodged with HM Land Registry for registration in that month, subject to exclusions. Trafalgar House1 Bedford ParkCroydonCR0 2AQ
Interim National Schools Commissioner Dominic Herrington said: I’m very excited about the opportunities and potential of this new role as Regional Schools Commissioner for the West Midlands. I have been a headteacher and system leader in this region since 1994 and I am really looking forward to working with my RSC team and school leaders to ensure that every child goes to a great school. That was my aim as a teacher, a headteacher, Chair of the Teaching Schools Council, and now soon to be RSC. I will miss my inspirational colleagues from Manor Primary and the Teaching Schools Council from whom I have learnt so much and I wish them all the very best as they continue to raise the bar for our children and young people. Regional Schools Commissioners’ responsibilities include: I am really pleased to confirm that Andrew is joining my team as the new Regional Schools Commissioner for the West Midlands. Andrew was selected from a field of strong applicants and will bring a wealth of experience to the role, having spent his career working hard to improve the life chances of young people in schools across the region – he is a very capable replacement for Christine Quinn and I’m looking forward to working with him. taking decisions on the creation of new academies; monitoring their performance and improving underperforming academies; ensuring there is a strong supply of excellent sponsors to work with underperforming schools in the region; and encouraging and supporting high-quality applications for new free schools. Andrew Warren, Chair of the Teaching Schools Council and Executive Director of Manor Teaching School in Wolverhampton, has been named as the new Regional Schools Commissioner (RSC) for the West Midlands.He will be responsible for overseeing academies in the region – using his local expertise to monitor their performance to ensure children receive the best possible education. He is taking over from Christine Quinn who will retire at the end of the year.Andrew Warren will start in early 2019, working with interim National Schools Commissioner Dominic Herrington to help raise standards in the growing number of academies in the West Midlands.Andrew Warren said: The West Midlands commissioner oversees over 1,000 academies and free schools across the region.Andrew Warren will be advised by a board of headteachers of outstanding-rated academies or experienced educational leaders. The board challenges and supports the work of the commissioner, bringing additional educational insight and local intelligence to decision-making.
While Neil Young has been keeping busy with The Promise Of The Real, the beloved singer/songwriter has just announced plans for a brand new release. Titled EARTH, the new release is something quite unique, mixing live recordings with the music of the Earth itself, be it the natural tones of animals or the shrill sounds of the city.The new album is due out on June 17th, and the live audio was captured during Young’s 2015 tour with Promise Of The Real. That band features Lukas and Micah Nelson, sons of the great Willie Nelson. With cuts from their new release, The Monsanto Years, as well as tracks from Young’s storied career, there’s no shortage of material for this new release. Couple that with the unusual mixing approach, and you have the makings of an intriguing new album.Young shared his own note about the new release, which you can read below:EARTHWe made a live record and every creature on the planet seemed to show up.Suddenly all the living things of Earth were in the audience going crazy.Then they took over the stage, letting their wild sounds mingle with the Vanilla Singers perfect corporate harmony.Earth’s creatures let loose, there were Bee breakdowns, Bird breakdowns and yes, even Wall Street breakdowns, jamming with me and Promise of the Real!The show was non stop bliss for 98 minutes, no breaks.EARTH does not fit on iTunes.It breaks all their rules(and couldn’t all really be heard that way anyway)No one who was there will ever forget the love, wonder and beautiful madness of EARTH.I know I won’t.Neil
The last day of Summer Camp Music Festival brought even more big names in the jam scene to patrons at Three Sisters Park. With an influx of people that came for Sunday only, fans were treated to great music all day long.After two nights of performances, Umphrey’s McGee had a daytime set that featured a raging “August.” Railroad Earth brought their flavor of Americana to the main stage. Surprisingly, they were without their jack-of-all-trades member Andy Goessling. They did have keyboardist Matt Slocum play with them, perhaps in his stead. It was unique hearing RRE with keyboard parts. The highlight of their set was undoubtedly the debut of their cover of “Melissa.” The nods to Gregg Allman thus continued.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee| Summer Camp Music Festival | 5/28/17Glory, Conduit, Educated Guess, Day Nurse, August, The Linear, Walletsworth, Dump City, Life During Exodus, Attachments, Crucial TauntIn what was one of the most anticipated sets of the weekend, Phish frontman Trey Anastasio brought his eclectic stylings with his all-star band. Over the past four years, TAB and Summer Camp have an association of disastrous weather. A few years ago, his set was canceled mid-set due to thunderstorms. This year, TAB played two great sets in absolutely gorgeous weather, opening with a funky “Gotta Jibboo” that many Phish fans appreciated. Other staples included “Mozambique,” “Soul Rebel,” “Cayman Review,” and a sensational cover of “Clint Eastwood” by the Gorillaz, featuring Jen Hartswick on vocals. The band also debuted a cover of “Midnight Rider” in honor of Gregg Allman.Watch “Sand” below, courtesy of Greggory Marcus:Setlist: Trey Anastasio Band | Summer Camp Music Festival | 5/28/17Gotta Jibboo, Mozambique, Sand, Soul Rebel, Drifting, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Cayman Review, Curlew’s Call, Magilla, Money, Love and Change, Night Speaks to a Woman, Ocelot, Valentine, Plasma, Liquid Time, Midnight Rider, Dark and Down, Simple Twist Up Dave, Goodbye Head, Mr. Completely, First Tube, Clint Eastwood, Push On ‘Til the Day, The Parting GlassAnother very hyped set came from the Disco Biscuits. Not having played at Summer Camp since 2006, they were long overdue. Except for the “Story of the World” opener, their set was basically one long “Basis for a Day” sandwich. True to their style, they played their set straight through, segueing from one song to the next for the entirety of the seventy-five minutes. The peak of the jams was the epic “Tricycle” in the middle of the set.Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | Summer Camp Music Festival | 5/28/17Story of the World, M.E.M.P.H.I.S.-> Basis for a Day-> Tricycle-> Aceetobee (inverted)-> Basis for a Day-> I-Man-> Basis for a DayAs per Summer Camp tradition, moe. closed out the festival. Playing two sets at the Moonshine Stage, they absolutely crushed it. Donning their white outfits from the previous night, they played tunes from all ages of their decade-spanning career. They even brought out Yonder Mountain violin player Allie Kral to help them out for a good jam session.Watch moe.’s first set and part of their second set below, courtesy of Summer Camp Photo: Phierce Photo With Summer Camp now over, summer is right around the corner. Happy Memorial Day folks! You can check out photos from Sunday’s festivities below, courtesy of Phierce Photo.Summer Camp | Sunday | Photos by Keith Griner Load remaining images
Last week, Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart officially announced his upcoming solo album, RAMU (short for “Random Access Musical Universe”), and released a pair of new tracks (“Wayward Son” and “Big Bad Wolf”) featuring Animal Collective’s Avey Tare and Tank and the Bangas’ Tarriona “Tank” Ball. Today, Mickey has shared the third single from the new album, the album’s first track, “Auctioneers”. The enthrallingly disorienting track begins in a sonic space you might find deep into a good old fashioned Dead “Drums” jam, and proceeds from there into a full break-beat freak-out.Listen to the newest release off Mickey Hart’s upcoming solo album, RAMU, below or here via Billboard:As Billboard explains, “The song is built from Library of Congress recordings of a 1948 tobacco auction in Kentucky, over which Hart and his collaborators built an uptempo, polyrhythmic swirl of sound. ‘It’s the rhythm of the auctioneers, that’s the energy of [the track],’ says Hart, who works regularly with the Library of Congress as well as Smithsonian Folkways, “They’re selling tobacco, but at such a rapid speed that it’s just fantastic, rhythmically, and it has a melody to it and it fits into the dance. It’s kind of a precursor to rap, in some ways. So I just created something on top of that old sound recording.”Mickey Hart Announces Solo Album, Shares New Singles With Avey Tare & Tank BallHart expounded on what “RAMU” was to Pitchfork last week. As he explained, “’RAMU is truly a multidimensional instrument that allows you to travel to new universes at the flip of a switch…Everything goes through RAMU, the mothership. It’s my instrument, and it’s a very powerful compositional tool. It’s vast, it holds new treasures, and it’s still revealing itself to me.” He continues, “This record includes sounds from radio telescopes around the world, solar winds, the radiation that comes from light and is turned into sound, weather conditions from hurricanes.”“‘I want people to appreciate and understand what’s lying in the archives of the world, just sitting there waiting to be discovered,’ continues Hart, who began developing RAMU during the ’80s and has continued to refine and perform with it, over the years. ‘I live with that stuff all the time, just being in the archives all these years. I’ve got my finger on the button there, and I’ve always loved it. All these things have never really coexisted; I mean, I’ve found things that never coexisted before and kind of married them and the music. You can really have fun with it, and ‘Auctioneers’ is a perfect example of that.’”Dead & Company Added To Band Together Benefit Concert, Oteil Burbridge Cancels NYC Show“‘I didn’t want it to sound like a standard record by any stretch of the imagination,’ Hart explains in the Billboard interview. “I didn’t want to use cliche elements that you would normally put in a pop or rock ‘n’ roll (album). I didn’t use much bass at all, very little guitar, no keyboards, not a lot of cymbals, not a lot of tom-toms leading into verses, choruses or bridges. I pulled out a lot of those things that I identify with modern music. I was looking for the new.”In addition to Tank (Tank and the Bangas) and Avey Tare (Animal Collective),the album features bassist Oteil Burbridge, guitarist Steve Kimock, the String Cheese Incident’s Jason Hann, Planet Drum cohorts Zakir Hussain and Sikiru Adepoju, Michal Menert and others. Longtime Dead conspirator Robert Hunter provided lyrics, and the track “Jerry” even features samples of the late Jerry Garcia experimenting with MIDI guitar during the late ’80s.Dead & Company Announce Fall Tour WebcastsWhile the album release is fresh on his mind, Hart doesn’t have any plans to tour behind RAMU as of yet. He’s focusing on his “day job” in Dead & Company and appreciating how smoothly that ship is sailing. “There’s really hardly any words to describe it ’cause it’s so good now…We finally know how to do it, I think, after 50-some odd years. I think we finally figured it out…” Hart also says that Dead & Co is toying with the idea of hitting the studio to make a new album. “We’ve talked about it…We’ve got some new songs from [Robert] Hunter, and we’re considering it, just thinking about schedules and when we want to go in the studio and so forth and so on. It’s one of those things; We were never a great studio band…it’s really our live performances — and it’s not just the music but kind of a community experience when people come. It really is about them, not us. I think the music is secondary in some ways. We’re kind of just the soundtrack, just like it’s always been.”[h/t – Billboard][Cover photo – Phierce Photo by Keith G; Instagram: @phiercephoto]
On Friday night, Umphrey’s McGee made a stop at Albany, NY’s Palace Theatre amidst their winter tour, and invited up moe. drummer Vinnie Amico and keyboardist/organist Robert Walter during the first set. Robert Walter’s 20th Congress got the night started off, marking the group’s second show on the road offering support to Umph’s.Umphrey’s McGee opened up the first set with “Domino Theory”, before working their way into a cover of Ali Baba’s Tahini’s “Got Your Milk Right Here”. Next, the band invited up Robert Walter to lend a helping hand on keys on “Whistle Kids”, with Jake Cinninger tossing back and forth a series of gritty solos with Walter. Walter exited the stage, and the six-piece moved forward with a free-flowing segue of “Linear” into “White Man’s Moccasins”. Cinninger and Brendan Bayliss laid down some intricate guitar work together, backed by their tenacious rhythm section consisting of Kris Myers, Ryan Stasik, and Andy Farag. UM kept on chugging with another improv-heavy segue of “Resolution” into “Upward”. To close their first set, the sextet invited up Upstate New York resident and moe. drummer Vinnie Amico for a cover of ZZ Top’s “Cheap Sunglasses”, rocking the closing segment of the hard-hitting first set in grandiose fashion.Umphrey’s McGee came back to open their second set with “Miss Tinkle’s Overture”, before moving forward with “Walletsworth” and a cover of Fugazi’s “Waiting Room”. Last night’s rendition of “Waiting Room” marked only the fourth time that Umphrey’s has played the song since 2015. A groovy take on “1348” followed, as Cinninger and Bayliss locked in with Joel Cummins, powering their explosive six-piece unit into a tight-knit funk jam. Umphrey’s McGee powered forward with “Eat” and an deep take on “Maybe Someday”, before closing the second set with “The Floor” and a proper finish on “1348”. Umphrey’s McGee continued in the night’s improv-heavy theme, sandwiching “Soul Food I” in between “Puppet String” in their encore slot.Listen to full-show audio of last night’s explosive Umphrey’s McGee show below:Umphreys McGee – 2/1/2019 (Full-Show Audio)[Audio: Rob Clarke]Tonight, Umphrey’s McGee heads to Portland, ME’s State Theatre, with Robert Walter’s 20th Congress offering support once again. For a full list of Umphrey’s McGee’s upcoming tour dates and ticketing information, head to the band’s website.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | Palace Theatre | Albany, NY | 2/1/2019Set One: Domino Theory, Got Your Milk Right Here, Whistle Kids*, Linear > White Man’s Moccasins, Resolution > Upward, Cheap Sunglasses**Set Two: Miss Tinkle’s Overture > Wallestworth, Waiting Room, 1348 > Eat, Maybe Someday, The Floor > 1348Encore: Puppet String > Soul Food I > Puppet String* w. Robert Walter on keyboard, ** w. Vinnie Amico on drums
Through Cooperative Extension offices in almost every county, the University of Georgia helps Georgians become healthier, more financially independent and more environmentally responsible. Whether you’d like to build a safer environment for your children, deal with the stresses of daily school life, teach your children to avoid chronic diseases like diabetes with healthy food or train food handlers in your cafeteria, Extension is the place to start. Congress established the Cooperative Extension Service in 1914 to deliver information from land-grant colleges and universities to all Americans. Extension continues to fulfill that basic mission, and one of the most important parts is helping our schools improve student achievement. Cooperative Extension is an educational network that combines the expertise and resources of federal, state and local governments to improve people’s lives. We extend the reach of the University of Georgia to connect you with knowledge, research and resources in the areas of youth, family and agricultural needs. We provide answers to the public with the research of the University of Georgia to back us up. In this day and time of information overload and the easy access to the Internet, you should always remember to fact-check sources. As UGA Extension professionals, we are required to base our solutions to client issues on research, not home remedies and hearsay. Whether recommending the safest method possible to control fire ants, or showing homeowners how to test their home for radon, you can trust that our information is research based. And when it comes to your child, the Georgia 4-H program is the place to go to find caring adults to help your child develop his or her leadership potential within.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle refuted point-by-point longstanding misunderstandings about credit unions in an appearance on “Bloomberg Surveillance” Friday.During his appearance , Nussle cleared up some common misconceptions about credit unions, and explained why the cooperative model is best suited to meet the financial needs of the underserved.“What we do may look like a bank, but how we do it and who we do it for are completely different than a bank model,” Nussle said. “How we do it is not-for-profit. All the banks are for-profit.”“It’s not about how big they are, it’s who they serve and how they do it,” he said. “But size and scale can really help you support under-served populations and go into areas with a branch (where) maybe you couldn’t go before.”Nussle pointed to several examples of how the cooperative model better serves consumers. continue reading » 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Summer is over and fall is upon us. Now is the perfect opportunity to look back at the successes of April’s financial literacy programs and make sure those successes continue throughout the rest of the year. Financial education matters more than four weeks a year.As the financial landscape is changing, making financial decisions is getting much more strenuous for consumers. Recent trends have put more financial burden on the shoulders of consumers, and there are ways you can learn how to deal with these changes.We could all use financial advice from time to time, and your credit union has the opportunity to be there for its members.When members have questions, it is imperative that credit unions be there to empower them by providing the relevant education. It is not enough to simply offer a program on budgeting, saving and investing and assume the knowledge will linger until the participant needs it. An ideal program would be made available at any time, whenever members need it.Remember that improving financial literacy will have a profound impact on credit union members and their ability to be prepared for whatever the future may hold for them. Providing these types of programs and services offers the added benefit of nurturing your existing relationship with a member and ensuring you have a place in their financial future. 238SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr