Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We had 2.9 inches right at the farm last week and to the south we got 2.25. North or south from either of those two points the rain total started to drop pretty fast. The vast majority of our acres had right around three inches. We probably lost an inch of that either running off the top or down the cracks. Some areas of the fields were underwater but the ground was about dried off by the next afternoon.We haven’t had any leaf curling on the corn yet. We have been fortunate with that. I think that is partially due to our strip-till. The corn was still finding moisture. The corn was just sitting dormant for a little bit. It didn’t have enough moisture to grow but it was tolerating it. It seems like it grew a foot the day after the rain. Now everything is looking a whole lot better.We were planning on getting wheat started today but we got another little rain last night. Maybe tomorrow afternoon we’ll get out and see what the moisture level is. There is no visible disease pressure out there and it is pretty much all standing nicely. As long as we can get to it before something else comes along I am feeling pretty good about the wheat. I have seen some wheat go down in the area after the storm.We haven’t done double-crop beans in a long time but we are going to try again this year. We are getting a good early start.We have been fighting some ragweed coming through our pre-emerge in the beans. I have been touching up bean fields. I have sprayed about 400 acres of beans with Flexstar to clean up the ragweed. We blame a lot of that on the fact that we really hadn’t had any rain to activate that chemical.
Ken Falke and Josh Goldberg are no strangers to the struggle and hardships of life, having both been through their own and bearing witness to the experiences of others. Through their work at Boulder Crest, both Falke and Goldberg have made it their life’s mission to help Veterans take their struggle and transform it into profound strength and lifelong growth. While Falke and Goldberg’s work through Boulder Crest is focused on assisting Veterans, the authors noticed a need in the civilian community as well and have written the book Struggle Well: Thriving in the Aftermath of Trauma.In their book, Falke and Goldberg take a personal approach by providing their own stories of struggle and their journey to achieving Posttraumatic Growth (PTG). Falke and Goldberg provide the readers with “actionable strategies for making peace with past experiences, living in the present, and planning for a great future”.Some key takeaways from their book include:The importance of the work of Drs. Richard Tedeschi and Lawrence Calhoun, where they have studied tragedy and trauma, and how this ties in to people’s ability to recover and bounce back.That struggle is inevitable and part of the human experience, but it’s how we can use these negative experiences and turn them into a positive.The potential for posttraumatic growth after trauma and the ability to turn struggle into strength.The ability to re-story your narrative; creating a new story and finding new purpose in life.To share your story with others and help guide those that are in similar situations that you have once been in.To continue to share your story and be a positive example of posttraumatic growth.If you’re interested in learning more about Posttraumatic Growth, MFLN has resources for you through webinars and podcasts!Opportunities & Possibilities: Posttraumatic Growth in Research & Practice (Part 1) Opportunities & Possibilities: Posttraumatic Growth in Research & Practice (Part 2)Anchored. Episode 16| Walking the PATHH: Exploring the Journey of Posttraumatic Growth
Mapua takes a 12-day breather before facing JRU on August 22. NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games DILG, PNP back suspension of classes during SEA Games LATEST STORIES View comments Andoy Estrella. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netAs if Mapua’s roster couldn’t get any more depleted, coach Atoy Co had to face another wave of bad news as top guys Andoy Estrella and Leo Gabo fell to injuries prior to the Cardinals’ game against San Beda on Friday.ADVERTISEMENT For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Ebondo, Scorpions move on from tough semis Game 1 loss Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo “Unfortunately, they got injured in our practice. Wala na nga akong players, nai-injure pa (I no longer have any players, and even the ones I have still get injured),” the PBA legend rued as his rotation dwindled down to just eight men.Estrella has been the Cardinals’ leading scorer, averaging 16.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 4.5 assists, while Gabo, who was still able to play minimal minutes in the game, has been netting 10.8 markers, 3.2 boards, and 3.4 dimes.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsStill in disbelief with the turn of events, Co shared that it was disastrous practice session on Thursday for his Mapua squad.“Gabo got (his ankle) sprained when he landed in our scrimmage. Andoy inadvertently pushed one of his teammates and (Almel) Orquina landed on his knee. He didn’t hear any pop, but after that, he had a hard time walking,” he said. MOST READ NGCP on security risk: Chinese just technical advisers Co suspected that Estrella suffered an MCL injury, as he kept his team’s leading scorer off of Mapua’s game on Friday. Gabo, meanwhile, fought through the pain but could only muster two points in the four minutes he played in the game.Their absence were truly felt in the Cardinals’ 66-55 loss to the Red Lions, which sent them to their fifth straight defeat and further down the cellar at 1-6.Though Co got a huge boost in the emergence of Christian Bunag, who racked an eye-popping 20 points and 18 rebounds, the mentor knows that won’t be enough as he hopes to get more surprises from his line-up.“From the start of the season, all I wanted is to have a good showing, not necessarily winning. Winning is a bonus. But I always tell them that we will play good basketball,” he said.“We have to play good basketball, disciplined basketball, take the open shot and not the hurried shot. There are losses that are still good shows. It’s basketball, there will be winners and there will be losers. It’s just that we lack the manpower.”ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next
Tottenham full-back Ben Davies revealed the entire squad is suffering from their 4-2 defeat to rivals Arsenal on SundaySpurs headed into the break with a 2-1 lead at the Emirates after goals from Eric Dier and Harry Kane cancelled out Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s opener.However, in light of Arsenal coach Unai Emery’s double substitution in the during half-time, Spurs conceded three goals after the break to lose the North London derby 4-2.The result also saw Arsenal leapfrog Spurs into fourth-place in the Premier League table.“It’s a horrible feeling losing the derby,” Davies told the club website.“Losing the derby hurts a lot. it’s about us dealing with that now and trying to put it right in the next few games.”Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“It’s a very disappointing result but we have to go away, try to get it out of our minds now and focus on the next games coming up.“They came out of the blocks, but we had a really good go and got back into the game.“That’s why it’s so disappointing we let it slip. Those are the games where you sometimes have to grind it out and we didn’t do that well enough.“You have to deal with the highs and the lows. That’s football. Obviously, losing the derby hurts a lot and it’s about us dealing with that now and trying to put it right in the next few games.“We have to make sure we pick up three points against Southampton and bounce back straight away.”Spurs will host Southampton at Wembley on Wednesday with kick-off set for 21:00 (CET).
Updated: 11:26 PM FacebookTwitter Categories: Local San Diego News SD Sheriff’s Department announces fugitive in custody KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) -A 22-year-old woman who escaped from a Santee jail five days ago was recaptured tonight. Destiny Guns was taken into custody about 9:30 p.m. by San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Fugitive Unit detectives, according to sheriff’s Lt. Dave Schaller.Details of where Guns was found were not disclosed.Guns escaped the Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility at 451 Riverview Parkway about 6 p.m. Saturday after being arrested April 1 on suspicion of possession of a stolen car, Schaller said.She had last been seen by deputies about a half-hour before.Guns was rebooked at the facility on the original charge and will face an additional charge for the jail escape, Schaller said.Related story:Escaped inmate in Santee Posted: April 11, 2019 April 11, 2019
With over six decades of experience in recognizing editorial excellence in b2b media, the Neal Awards have grown to become highly selective honors, using over 150 experienced business media editors to judge the growing number of applicants every year.Taking home the most awards from the most categories was Crain Communications Inc. with six total wins, three of which are attributed to their publication Ad Age. Ad Age won for Best Industry Coverage overall, and Best Single Issue of a Tabloid/Newspaper/Magazine as well as Best Overall Art Direction/Design within the brand revenue category of over $7 million. Crain Communications Inc.’s other brands won for Best Single Article ($3-$7 million), Best Series (over $7 million), Best News Coverage ($3-$7 million).Winsight came in second for achieving the most awards with five total wins across four of their brands. Its publication Restaurant Business took home Best Single Issue of a Tabloid/Newspaper/Magazine ($3-$7 million), as well as the Best Art Direction for a Single Article or Cover in the same brand revenue category. The company also grabbed awards in the categories of Best Overall Art Direction/Design, and Best Website.ALM and BNP Media followed behind Winsight, tied with each winning four awards. BNP Media’s Engineering News-Record secured all of the company’s awards in the categories of Best Use of Video/Webcast overall, Best Art Direction for a Single Article or Cover (over $7 million), Best Technical Content (over $7 million), and Best News Coverage (over $7 million). ALM won in the categories of Best Series (less than $3 million), Best Infographics overall, Best Website (over $7 million), and Best Range of Work by a Single Author ($3-$7 million).Architect‘s Grand Neal was one of three wins for Hanley Wood. Architect also won in the Best Subject-Related Package category, and The Journal of Light Construction took home a win for Best Technical Content.View the full list of Neal Awards winners here. Architect magazine took home the Grand Neal award, the top prize at the annual Jesse H. Neal Awards Thursday, for its article, “The Climate is Changing. So Must Architecture.” Designed to honor the “most outstanding entry” out of all of the winners in all of the categories, the Grand Neal is awarded to the entrant who scores the highest in the three areas of judging: journalistic enterprise, extent of service to the field, and editorial craftsmanship.“It’s heartening for an editorial package on climate change to earn the honor and exposure of a Grand Neal,” says Ned Cramer, editor-in-chief of Architect and VP of editorial. “The threat is existential, and our elected leaders are failing to address it.”Honorable mentions for this category include SourceMedia’s American Banker article “How Far Does American Samoa Have to Go to Get a Bank?” as the first runner up, IEEE Media’s IEEE Spectrum’s Blockchain Special Issue as the second runner up, and Crain Communications, Inc.’s Automotive News article “Redesigning the Industry” as the third runner up.
Road Accident logoSeven people were killed and 20 others injured in a head-on collision between a bus and a motorbike in Feni Daganbhuiyan upazila on Saturday evening.Identity of the deceased could not be known immediately.A Noakhali-bound bus hit a motorcycle in Amirgaon around 6:00pm, leaving seven people including the driver of the bus dead on the spot and 20 others injured, said Daganbhuiyan police station officer in-charge Abul Kalam Azad.The injured were rushed to Daganbhuiyan Upazila Health Complex and to different clinics, OC added.