31 Views no discussions Share Food & DiningLifestyle Strawberry-Apricot Slush. by: – August 9, 2011 Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share Strawberry-Apricot Slush.This frosty, fruity slush only requires three ingredients and 5 minutes to make. Sweet frozen strawberries, rich apricot nectar, and a little cold water blend together to create a fresh summertime treat.This fat-free concoction can be served as a light and refreshing dessert or as a fruity beverage to accompany your lunch.Iingredients:1 10-ounce package frozen strawberries3/4 cup apricot nectar2 to 3 tablespoons cold waterDirections:In a blender container, blend together frozen strawberries, apricot nectar, and water. Makes 2 to 3 servings.Recipe source: Better Homes and Gardens
Laurence Edwin Huntington, 95 passed away at his home in Dearborn on November 21, 2016. He was born in Milan, Indiana on September 7, 1921 to Homer and Emma Huntington. He was the youngest of five children. He attended Indiana University, and in December of 1941 he enlisted in the Navy. He became a radio operator before attending Officer Candidate School and was assigned to prepare for tank invasion into Japan aboard a landing craft for tanks. On May 24, 1942 he married Mary Ann Stewart in Moores Hill, Indiana. Following his Navy career, he graduated from law school at Indiana University and was employed by the Ford Motor Company. He is survived by his sons: Laurence Jr. (Peggy) and Donald, grandsons: Robert (Heidi) and William (Ruth) and great grandsons: Aaron (Kayleigh) and Alexander. He was preceded in death by his wife Mary Ann, son David, brothers: William and John and sisters: Helen and Frances. He was active in the United Methodist Church of Lincoln Park, the Down River United Methodist Church and the Saw Players Association. He enjoyed being with family, hymn singing, all types of music, crossword puzzles, Jeopardy and old TV seriesGraveside Services will be at 11:00 AM on Saturday May 6, 2017 at Forest Hill Cemetery in Moores Hill, Indiana, with Rev. Ted Hamrick officiating. Burial will follow after service. Full military rites with be provided by Moores Hill American Legion Post # 209. Memorials may be made in his name to the Down River United Methodist Church. Sibbett-Moore entrusted with arrangements, Box 156, Moores Hill, Indiana (812)744-3280. Go to www.sibbettmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
After weeks of speculation City made no attempt to deny, Pellegrini has finally been officially confirmed as the man to succeed the sacked Roberto Mancini. The 59-year-old Chilean has been tasked with bringing silverware to the Etihad Stadium and improving the team’s brand of football – and he is confident of achieving both. The former Real Madrid and Villarreal boss, who has left Malaga to take up his new post, told City TV: “I am sure we have the best squad in the Premier League. We have wonderful players and can win important titles in the next three or four seasons.” Pellegrini added: “Everyone knows if you arrive at a club like Manchester City you need to win titles. I am sure we are going to win – maybe the Premier League, the Champions League. We will try to win a lot. “I like attractive and attacking football, so all the people who go to the stadium can see a wonderful… show is not the word but I am sure they will enjoy the way we play. We are not going to be a team that scores a goal and goes back waiting for a counter-attack. We will always try to play in the opponents’ pitch and play attractive football.” Pellegrini’s appointment was expected early last week, following his final match in charge at Malaga. The delay in the announcement was reportedly due a hitch over the terms of his exit from Malaga, but their appointment of Bernd Schuster as his successor early on Friday suggested obstacles had been removed. Pellegrini has signed a three-year deal at Eastlands and will officially begin work on June 24, ahead of pre-season visits to Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Africa, Germany and Finland. Pellegrini also has a tough act to follow in Mancini, who despite failure to win silverware last season remained a fans’ favourite. The Italian ended a 35-year trophy drought by overseeing FA Cup success in 2011 and he topped that by following up with dramatic Premier League success last year. Pellegrini said: “I think Roberto did a great job here in Manchester. It is not easy to win the title after 44 years. But I think we start now a new cycle, a new style of club, adding to what Roberto has done over the years.” Press Association New Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has no doubt he is inheriting the best squad in England and is convinced he will soon win trophies.
TOBIAS Harris scored 23 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lift the hosts Philadelphia 76ers past Orlando Magic 108-101 Friday near Orlando, but Magic ended up the day’s big winners nonetheless.Despite the loss, Orlando clinched the Eastern Conference’s final playoff spot after Washington Wizards lost to New Orleans Pelicans later in the day.Joel Embiid added 23 points and 13 rebounds while Alec Burks scored 22 points. Al Horford had 21 points and nine rebounds and Shake Milton handed out a career-high eight assists for Sixers, who won their third in a row. Sixers played without All-Star Ben Simmons, who will remain sidelined indefinitely with a partially dislocated left kneecap.Nikola Vucevic led Magic with 21 points and 12 rebounds while Evan Fournier added 22 points. D.J. Augustin scored 16 points, James Ennis III added 14 and Markelle Fultz had 13 for Magic, who fell to 32-38. Terrence Ross missed all 10 of his field-goal attempts and did not score a point.Brooklyn Nets 119 – Sacramento Kings 106 Brooklyn improved to 3-2 since the restart and rebounded nicely from a 149-115 loss to Boston Celtics on Wednesday night to join Magic in clinching an Eastern Conference playoff spot.Caris LeVert made 9 of 21 shots and also handed out seven assists as Nets shot 48.8 percent, made 17 3-pointers and handed out 30 assists. Joe Harris added 21 points and centre Jarrett Allen nearly posted a triple-double with 17 points, 11 rebounds and a career-high eight assists. Kings fell to 1-4 since the restart after going 10-5 in their final 15 games before the pause on March 11. Sacramento dropped to 13th in the Western Conference, 3 1/2 games behind eighth-place Memphis. Bogdan Bogdanovic led Sacramento with 27 points on 11-of-19 shooting.Boston Celtics 122 – Toronto Raptors 100 Jaylen Brown scored 20 points and Jayson Tatum added 18 as Boston rolled to a victory over Toronto. Raptors had won seven consecutive games, including their first three contests, since the resumption of play.Kemba Walker scored 17 points in a contest in which Boston never trailed and led by as many as 40. Brad Wanamaker added 15 points, Daniel Theis contributed 11 points and 11 rebounds, Semi Ojeleye tallied 11 points and Robert Williams III scored 10 for the Celtics. Fred VanVleet scored 13 points to lead Toronto. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Kyle Lowry, Norman Powell and Pascal Siakam added 11 points apiece and Terence Davis had 10.San Antonio Spurs 119 – Utah Jazz 111 Derrick White poured in 24 points and Jakob Poeltl added 19 points and 10 rebounds as San Antonio overwhelmed short-handed Utah at the HP Field House near Orlando in a key NBA seeding game.Jazz played without four starters – Mike Conley (right knee soreness), Rudy Gobert (rest), Donovan Mitchell (left peroneal strain) and Royce O’Neale (right calf soreness).Lonnie Walker IV and Rudy Gay added 14 points for Spurs. DeMar DeRozan hit for 13 and Dejounte Murray scored 11 for San Antonio. Jordan Clarkson scored 24 points off the bench for Jazz, with Tony Bradley adding 15 points and 11 rebounds, Miye Oni and Emmanuel Mudiay contributing 14 points each and Joe Ingles pumping in 12.Memphis Grizzlies 121 – Oklahoma City Thunder 92 Dillon Brooks scored 22 points to lead Memphis to a win over Oklahoma City.The Grizzlies win snapped a five-game losing streak that dated back to before the season was put on hold by the pandemic. It also kept Memphis in the eighth spot in the Western Conference, a game ahead of Portland with three games remaining.Memphis shot 55.4 percent from the field, including 8 of 11 shooting for Jonas Valanciunas, who added 19 points. Ja Morant also scored 19. Chris Paul led Thunder with 17 points. Oklahoma City shot just 35.1 percent from the field, their worst shooting performance of the season.New Orleans Pelicans 118 – Washington Wizards 107 Jrue Holiday scored 28 points as New Orleans overcame the absence of Zion Williamson to keep Washington winless in five games since the restart.Williamson, who has been on a minutes restriction (conditioning), was held out as Pelicans were playing their second game in as many days. Brandon Ingram added 17 points, JJ Redick started in Williamson’s place and scored 15, Frank Jackson scored 13 and Derrick Favors had 12 points and 10 rebounds.Rui Hachimura led Washington with 23 points, Thomas Bryant scored 22, Troy Brown Jr had 20 points and 10 rebounds, and Ish Smith had 18 points and 10 assists.
After two weeks off from racing, the USC cross country team will take on five other schools at this weekend’s Northridge Invitational. This race will be the first time this season the Women of Troy run a 6-kilometer distance.In addition to meet host Cal State Northridge, USC will compete alongside UC Irvine, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Dominguez Hills and Cal State Bakersfield. The course, recently moved from a local park in Northridge, Calif., to the Cal State Northridge campus, is a flat, fast course that will play to many of USC’s strengths. Eleven of the team’s runners will compete this weekend.“All of the girls have made big improvements in the last four weeks, so it’s hard to single out one person that I expect to run fast,” USC coach Tom Walsh said. “My main goal is to win the team title, but we will have to run fast and be aggressive if we want to win that team trophy.”The few extra weeks of training bode well for USC, particularly in a distance many runners are not accustomed to. The team has been running well during its rigorous training, and Walsh is optimistic about its performance.“The team dynamic has changed some,” Walsh said. “The freshmen know that they are expected to contribute right now, and the older girls know that I expect them to step up and lead. The good news about the freshmen is that all six girls keep improving each week.”This meet carries extra significance as well — it will help Walsh select his runners for the Pac-12 championships on Oct. 29, another 6-kilometer race. The pressure of this selection process will affect how the runners race.“Only two spots [of seven] are secured, and we have 10 people battling for those final five spots,” Walsh said. “The race on Saturday will carry a lot of weight in determining those remaining five spots because the race is 6-kilometer, and also because I want to see who can run fast under pressure.”The meet begins Saturday.
The Ghana Football Association has described the early elimination from the CHAN as regrettable and has demanded an explanation for the team’s poor outing.President Kwesi Nyantakyi is shocked at the local Black Stars inability to advance from Group B involving Niger, Zimbabwe and South Africa.Home fans have severely criticized head coach Herbert Addo for his poor tactics at the tournament.Nyantakyi has tasked the technical and management teams to explain what accounted for the shambolic performance.“We are still waiting to read the report by the coaches and the management team until then I can’t state what was responsible. Anyway, what happened was disappointing,” Nyantakyi told Accra-based Joy FM“This time we expected to progress to [the] final and probably win but that was not the case. It’s a very regrettable outcome and we will like to know what exactly accounted for that performance.” Ghana won silver at the maiden edition of the African Nations Championship in Ivory Coast two seasons ago.Source: Ghanasoccernet
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — Jalin, like many other kids these days, is stuck at home. However, it makes it even worse you you’re trying to celebrate a birthday. He was pretty bummed that he wasn’t having a party this year for his ninth birthday, but things changed when his mom Jessica told him something was happening outside.Jessica wanted to give her son a special present this year, so she called the sheriff’s department to see if they could have a vehicle drive by. Little did she know, they weren’t going to bring just one car. “I fibbed and I said your teacher is going to come tell you happy birthday because he lives right by his school,” she said. “So he was kind of excited about that but then he started seeing the police come around the back of his dad’s house, and then he said, ‘mom I see a cop, I see another one, oh I see the sheriff, oh another one!’ and I think he realized what was going on then.”Jalin said he was not expecting this kind of surprise. “I was really surprised, but really happy at the same time,” he said. “I haven’t had any other birthdays like this.” According to his mom, Jalin has been saying he wants to become a police officer since he was two years old. Whenever he sees one out in public he always wants to go say hi, and if they’re up to it, snap a quick picture. “They do a lot for our city and help us out a lot. I’ve really liked them since I was three or four years old,” he said.Sheriff Kieliszewski was there and even led the singing of happy birthday over the speaker. He also let the birthday boy know how much he appreciates the support. Both the Alpena Police Department and Sheriff’s Department presented him with envelopes containing presents. The sheriff’s department sent him his own patch, and the police department named him a junior officer.Jessica said she’s so thankful for both of the departments making her son’s birthday special. “I would just really like to thank them,” she said. “They went above and beyond and they’re just amazing. I couldn’t have asked for anything more better for him. It was so special for him. He loved it.”AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alpena Police Department, Alpena Sheriff’s DepartmentContinue ReadingPrevious Local airport to receive grant fundingNext CARES Act provides investors, business owners with opportunities
The BiH athlete Amel Tuka qualified for the semi finals of the race on 800 meters at the European Championship in Amsterdam.Tuka won the second place in the qualification group with the result of 1:46.94.Three of the best athletes from four qualification groups will qualify for the semi finals, plus another four athletes according to their result.Semi finals of the race on 800 meters is scheduled for tomorrow.(Source: novovrijeme.ba/photo: FENA)
A lot has changed since then, but one thing that hasn’t is the lofty standards placed on Brisbane at the start of each season. 2017 will be much the same, albeit without their inspirational captain who retired at the end of the 2016 season. It’s a huge void to fill, but if anyone is able to mastermind a plan to overcome the loss it’s coach Wayne Bennett. Expectations will be high on Bennett after Brisbane failed to recreate their 2015 grand final run last year, with the North Queensland Cowboys once again ending their season. The Broncos will know where they stand early in the year, with Bennett’s men playing each of the top four sides from 2016 in the first four rounds. Some may see it as a nightmare draw to start the year, but if you want to be the best, you have to beat the best, and that’s the way Brisbane are approaching the beginning of the 2017 season. Gains and lossesGains: Moses Pangai (Townsville Blackhawks), David Mead (Titans), Tautau Moga (Cowboys), Benji Marshall (Dragons), Mitchell Dodds (Warrington), Korbin Sims (Knights).Losses: Greg Eden (Castleford), Brett Greinke (Rabbitohs), Corey Parker (retirement), Jarrod Wallace (Titans), Jack Reed (retirement), Darren Nicholls (Panthers), Lachlan Maranta (rugby union).What we knowThe Broncos have a grand final calibre squad; we know that just by looking at their 2015 season and their perceived failure in 2016. It’s a sign of how good a team is on paper when they make it to the semi-finals and have underachieved. The big question mark this year will be the loss of Parker and how it impacts Bennett’s side. Josh McGuire is looking to be the club’s long-term replacement at lock, and Darius Boyd will replace Parker as Brisbane’s captain. These two, along with halves Anthony Milford and Ben Hunt, will have a huge bearing on how successful the 2017 season is for the club. Rookie watch Young George Fai is a hugely impressive front-row forward/lock who has been a standout throughout Brisbane’s pre-season. Fai was dominant in the Broncos’ trial win over the Sharks, taking it to the likes of Andrew Fifita and Jason Bukuya. It earned him a spot on the plane to England for Brisbane’s World Club Challenge clash with Warrington, with Bennett rating the 20-year-old very highly. Punters can expect to see Fai make his NRL debut this season, with a bench position over the State of Origin period the most likely scenario. DepthThe Broncos struggled over the Origin period last year, losing seven of nine games. They were stung by injuries at that same time and it cost them dearly as the side gave up any hope of a top four finish. Their backline was decimated and their lack of depth exposed as their season crumbled beneath them. But things may be different this year, with the off-season inclusions of David Mead, Benji Marshall and Tautau Moga adding a huge amount of experience to the backline. If all things go to plan, Jordan Kahu will no longer have to be Brisbane’s Mr Fix-It, with a whole season in the centres set to give the New Zealand international an opportunity to become one of the game’s best. Brisbane’s young forwards will need to stand up, but the return of one of their most consistent front-rowers in 2015, Mitchell Dodds, is set to add much needed reliability to the Broncos’ forward pack. Korbin Sims has been signed to be Brisbane’s enforcer, something the club has been missing since the days of Tonie Carroll. If he and Blair perform well in the front row, the Broncos should cope with the off-season loss of Jarrod Wallace. McGuire has the talent to emulate Parker at lock, but it remains to be seen if he has the fitness to cope with the extra workload in the No.13 jersey. Fantasy bankersBen Hunt (HLF, $468,000) has become one of NRL Fantasy’s best, with two standout seasons in 2015 and 2016 cementing him as a highly sought-after half. He averaged 49.5 points per game in 2016; ranking third in the league for try assists and kicks in play. More of the same can be expected this season as he tries to make one final impact at the Broncos before leaving for the Dragons at the end of the year. Teammate James Roberts (CTR, $390,000) will also find himself in a lot of people’s teams, with the star centre one of only 10 in his position to average over 40 points per game in 2016. Many believe “Jimmy the Jet” was below his usual standard last year, so there is plenty of upside in adding him to your team this season, as he will be looking to increase his work rate and prove his doubters wrong. Crystal ballRealistically, the Broncos are a top-four side. If Brisbane only improve slightly over the Origin period they will be right at the top end of the table come the completion of the regular season. Their side is stacked with footballers that have excelled at an international level and their depth has improved dramatically since 2016. They have arguably the best fullback in the game inspiring them from the back and he will not expect anything less than the best from his side. Predicted finish: 2nd-4th.
The facts, which involved dozens of followers, of which up to 36 ended up being identified by the Mossos, It began on the Rambla de Josep Anselm Clavé and ended up in the street of Sant Geroni, very close to the Cornellà-El Prat stadium, where the meeting of the twenty-first day between Espanyol and Athletic was going to be played. A posteriori, both clubs issued two communiqués strongly condemning the violence. The judge of Instruction number 3 of Cornellà, who was on duty this Sunday, has imposed a minimum distance of 1,000 meters “from any field, stadium or similar space where Athletic plays”, as reported by the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia, in addition to ordering the “periodic personification before the judicial authority every 15 days” of these five individuals, ultra of the Bilbao club. The cause had been opened by tumultuarial quarrel and injuries. One day after the real battle that ended with the launch of chairs and street furniture from Cornellà de Llobregat half an hour to the start of the Espanyol-Athletic Bilbao, the five individuals detained by the Mossos d’Esquadra passed this Sunday to judicial disposition, where the first consequences of the injuries that caused a man, a partner of Espanyol of Dutch origin, have been decreed.