Share Tweet Share Share 12 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! LocalNews Dominica to observe Hazard Week by: – May 24, 2013 Photo credit:aac-rerc.psu.eduThe Office of Disaster Management (ODM) along with various partners and stakeholders will recognize Hazard Week, from 26th May to 1st June, 2013 under the theme “Planning to make a Plan is not a Plan”. The objective of the week is to allow stakeholders to highlight the various hazards facing the island and the necessary plans and action that can be taken to mitigate and manage against the hazards identified.During Hazard Week, emphasis will be placed on encouraging the general public to have ready, a disaster plan that could be used for the management of disaster events. Focus will also be placed on preparation of Family Disaster Plans. The Week of activities will include a church service, public awareness programmes and school visits, an exhibition at the Government Headquarters, community outreach in Portsmouth, National Emergency Planning Organization (NEPO) meeting and National awareness day – clean –up campaign.Dominica Vibes News
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loede Former Browns wide out and founder of the Cleveland Peacemakers Alliance Reggie Rucker was charged today in federal court with using hundreds of thousands of dollars from the account of an inner-city Cleveland charity to satisfy Las Vegas gambling debts and to pay personal expenses.The Associated Press has the story about the charges filed against the 68-year-old and how Rucker has agreed to plead guilty to charges. The charges against Rucker, 68, are contained in an information, which indicates Rucker has agreed to plead guilty. Rucker was a wide receiver who played 12 years in the NFL from 1970 to 1981, including seven seasons with the Cleveland Browns. He’s charged with one count of wire fraud and one count of making a false statement to an FBI agent. He is scheduled to be arraigned Feb. 24.Rucker was executive director for Amer-I-Can Cleveland, a nonprofit group that is an outgrowth of an organization created by Browns Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown in Los Angeles. Rucker also played a lead role with Cleveland Peacemakers Alliance, a coalition of groups that employs outreach workers to quell violence between rival gangs and factions in Cleveland. Amer-I-Can Cleveland is a registered nonprofit; Peacemakers Alliance is not.According to the information, Rucker solicited foundations, organizations and individuals to make donations and would routinely begin withdrawing money for his personal use after funds were deposited into the Amer-I-Can account. The withdrawals occurred from 2011 to 2015. Rucker used $65,000 in donations to pay off markers at Las Vegas and made $48,000 in ATM withdrawals at casinos in Las Vegas, Cleveland and Tampa, Florida, the information said. Around $35,000 of the casino withdrawals were in 2014.Rucker attorney Michael Hennenberg said Tuesday that Rucker ended his involvement with the two organizations within the last year.“Reggie has been cooperating with the government for approximately a year,” Hennenberg said. “Reggie accepts responsibility totally for his wrongful conduct and, in addition to his punishment, he will do everything possible to make it right.” Related TopicsBrownsReggie Rucker
Baxter was voted to the council in November 2017 and had previously been a council member from 2013 to 2016. He will also be leaving his job with Kenai Peninsula Tourism Marketing Council. Baxter will be moving to Anchorage to begin a new role with MSI Communications, a full-service advertising agency. “An opportunity came up recently, and after talking with them a little more we both thought that would be a good fit at this stage in my career.” Baxter: “Being on the City Council and serving the residents of Soldotna has been a real highlight of these past six years.” According to Baxter his resignation date is set for March 27, and the Soldotna City Council will vote to accept the resignation at their bi-weekly meeting on March 28. The vacancy must be filled within 30 days. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Keith Baxter, a member of the Soldotna City Council, has submitted his resignation effective on March 27.
The Real Madrid coach was furious with Eden Hazard after his return to the camp of the national team of Belgium. Hazard returned with a full six kilograms of overweight, which spilled the cup for the French coach of the “whites”.Zidane threatened the Belgian that he could hardly find a place in the starting lineup of Real in such a state and form. Hazard did not record a minute for Belgium during the League of Nations matches.According to Spanish media, Hazard’s place in the “whites” will be taken by Vinicius Junior.This is not the first time the Belgian has had problems with being overweight. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.