February 1, 2006 Regular News The American Judicature Society’s 2006 Midyear Meeting will present “Rethinking Strategies for Judicial Selection” February 24-25 at the Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama.The event, cosponsored by The Florida Bar and others, will expose participants to a wide range of judicial selection methods and reforms, including but not limited to:• Merit selection and retention elections.• Public financing of judicial campaigns.• Judicial campaign oversight committees.• The prospects of and likely challenges to reform efforts.Participants also will be able to interact with and engage national experts on judicial selection issues and be exposed to other states’ experiences through small group discussions.Among those scheduled to appear at the program are Bert Brandenberg, executive director of Justice At Stake; Anthony Champagne, professor of Political Science, University of Texas at Dallas; Sen. Robert Duncan, Texas State Senate; Chris Heagerty, executive director, North Carolina Center for Voter Education; Frank Sirnoneaux, president, Louisiana Organization for Judicial Excellence; Chief Judge James W. Smith of the Mississippi Supreme Court; Bryan Stevenson, executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama; and Judge Peter Webster of Florida’s First District Court of Appeals.Current cosponsors for the program include: the state bar associations of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi, and the League of Women Voters Judicial Independence Project.The registration fee for the event is $150. For additional information, or to register online, visit www.AJS.org. The deadline for registration is February 15. AJS program to explore judicial selection reform AJS program to explore judicial selection reform
7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Most everyone wants to be in charge. The boss. The general. When it comes to devising winning battle strategies the general is often viewed as the most important person in the engagement. After all, they are the ones devising troop movements and a myriad of details. However, when it comes to actually executing those plans it is the corporals who often play the most important role.It’s the same way with your credit union or bank’s strategic plan. While executives (board members, CEOs, CFOs, vice presidents, etc.) spend a ton of time reviewing data, crafting just the right words and determining priorities, the reality is it’s others in the organization that will ultimately determine the plan’s success. It’s the tellers, loan officers, service representatives, branch managers and other staff that have the greatest impact on the results.It’s about the corporals.But you don’t just need traditional corporals—you need strategic corporals. You need your staff to think strategically and not just tactically. You need strategic tellers, strategic loan officers, strategic service representatives and strategic branch managers. continue reading »
Xcite wrestling has been operating out of the Oakdale Mall since December but organizers had to get special permits to move the ring out to the parking lot. Xcite wrestling held the drive-in event in the Oakdale Mall parking lot. It’s currently the only wrestling event given the okay by the New York State Athletic Commission. The ring was built in the middle of the parking lot with cars gathered around to watch. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — What organizers say is the first authorized professional wrestling event in New York State in five months took place in Johnson City Saturday.
During the finale, the Good American cofounder revealed to her family via video chat that she and Tristan had not hooked up amid the pandemic. She added that although that he tries to make a move “every day,” they’ve only pecked. However, she knew they had to discuss where their relationship was heading.Later, she shared her hesitations and mixed feelings with Tristan.“We’ve done this rodeo before where your actions didn’t go with your words and for almost a year now, you’ve been a different person. It frustrates me cause I’m like, ‘Why now? Why are you, like, the man I dreamed of currently? Why couldn’t you be that when we were together?’” the former Kocktails With Khloé host asked. “One of my fears is you’re acting like this until you get what you want, and then if you do, you’re gonna turn into like the old Tristan again.’”- Advertisement – Making it work. During this season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloé Kardashian has been vocal about how appreciative she is of Tristan Thompson helping so much with their 2-year-old daughter, True. However, the NBA pro, 29, has been hopeful that their friendship will turn into more.During the Thursday, November 12, episode, Tristan opened up to Kris Jenner and Malika Haqq about how much he hopes that Khloé, 36, will forgive him for his past infidelities.- Advertisement – He assured Khloé that he wants more than just a coparenting relationship, but that if she couldn’t do that, they’d always be family.“You can understand the reservations I have, right?” Khloé asked. “Do I love you? A million percent. Am I in love with you currently? No, but would it be great if I could have this fairytale ending? Yes. But just because you have a family with someone also doesn’t mean you have to stay with someone if it’s not the best fit. … I don’t know what the future holds. All I do know is I am actively trying to take down little bricks. I try to be more trusting. I try. It’s a slow process, but that’s just how it has to be for me, but I do appreciate the effort you make, and the new you. It’s night and day — who you are.”The pair, who split in April 2019 after he kissed Kylie Jenner‘s former best friend Jordyn Woods, are now back together, Us Weekly confirmed in August. An insider shared with Us at the time that the reality star feels hopeful that he has “changed for good.”Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news! – Advertisement – Khloe Kardashian, Tristan Thompson Shutterstock“Losing her made me lose a part of myself, and I was going down a path — that was not who I wanted to be,” the athlete, who was caught on two different occasions cheating on the Strong Looks Better Naked author, told Malika, 37. “I gave [Kris] my word that I was going to protect her daughter, and I failed. That kills me the most — when someone you respect and have high regard for and you let them down.”He later shared those sentiments with Kris, who assured him that although he really hurt everyone in the family with his actions, he has gone the distance to prove he really loves Khloé and is sorry.- Advertisement –
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Comment Metro Sport ReporterSunday 23 Aug 2020 7:31 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link9.2kShares Arsenal make contact with Bayern Munich over Liverpool transfer target Thiago Alcantara Thiago is a wanted man (Picture: Getty)Arsenal have reportedly enquired about the availability of Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara, with Liverpool facing competition over his signature. The Spain international, who will be involved in Sunday night’s Champions League final against Paris Saint-Germain, looked set for a move to Anfield this summer but a deal has yet to be completed. He has one year left on his contract with the German giants, who are keen to sell him this summer rather than lose him on a free transfer at the end of next season.Bayern are demanding £23million for the 29-year-old, which Liverpool deem excessive seeing as they could approach him in January to discuss a Bosman. AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTWith Liverpool stalling over a deal, Arsenal have made an approach as Mikel Arteta looks to add to his squad, according to the Daily Mail. They also want his price to be reduced. Advertisement Arteta is interested in Thiago (Picture: Arsenal FC via Getty)The Gunners will look to offload the likes of Lucas Torreira and Mohamed Elneny in order to help fund the move.Per Mertesacker, the head of Arsenal’s academy, warned Thiago he would have to adapt if he moved to Anfield.‘I can already imagine the transfer, but the midfield axis of Liverpool is set up, Mertesacker told Goal and SPOX. ‘Getting in there is very ambitious, but he’s a top footballer who can play anywhere. More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘He wouldn’t have any problems with the style of play in England either because he’s a well-trained footballer.‘He has to adapt and sometimes do a 40-metre sprint to hit a central defender, but he can. ‘He has to decide for himself, as it may well be that he won’t play a major role in the first games in Liverpool. There are still a few players ahead of him because of their achievements over the past two years.’MORE: What Jurgen Klopp must do before Liverpool can complete Thiago transferMORE: Liverpool unwilling to meet Bayern Munich’s asking price for Thiago AlcantaraFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement
108 Panorama Drive, Doonan, QLD. Picture: SuppliedHe said the larger of the two blocks, at 108 Panorama Drive, Doonan, was a rare site with views of Noosa Heads, Peregian Beach, Noosa North Shore, Mt Tinbeerwah, Mt Cooroy, Mt Pomona, Mt Eerwah, Blackall Range down to Mt Tibrogargan or Glasshouse mountains.“It’s been in the family for 40 years or so,” Mr Rafter said. “It’s a rare block because you can see the sun rising and the sun setting on the one block. It’s one of a few blocks in the whole area that has that sort of view.” 108 Panorama Drive, Doonan, QLD. Picture: SuppliedMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoAsked how many tennis courts could fit on the site, Mr Rafter said a fair few on paper but the land had a good building site and then dropped away in a slope — part of the reason the views were so spectacular.Anyone thinking of putting money down on the land may have to be armed with much more than a million dollars. : It passed in at auction at one million on Saturday,” Mr Rafter said.Pat Rafter does have a second family block on the market in the area though, at 57 Whispering Gum Avenue, Eumundi, for $365,000. Pat Rafter poses at the Legends Lunch during the 2017 Australian Open. He has relocated to Byron Bay from the Sunshine Coast. Picture: Graham Denholm/Getty Images.FORMER tennis world number one Pat Rafter has two massive blocks of family land on the market in Queensland, big enough to fit dozens of tennis courts.Both blocks were bought by parents Jocelyn and Jim over 40 years ago, according to Pat’s older brother Geoff Rafter, who is handling the sales. 57 Whispering Gum Avenue Eumundi. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe 0.8 hectare could also take a fair few tennis courts — about 30 side-by-side, but older brother Geoff said it would a challenge given it was also a sloping block.“Dad bought it over 40 years ago and then eventually broke it up and this is the last of the blocks of Pat’s. It’s also a sloping block, and has a nice view to Mt Cooroy and is very private.”Mr Rafter said he had put in a 90 metre driveway recently to the land.Pat Rafter and family have already relocated to trendy Byron Bay in northern New South Wales, and have put their Sunshine Beach mansion on the market for $18 million. The home of Pat Rafter on the Sunshine Coast which is for sale. Picture: Supplied
The home at 51 Carnegie St, Westlake, is ahead of its time.DIANNE McCluskey was ahead of her time when she imagined up this Westlake home more than a decade ago.Mrs McCluskey and her husband Peter bought the parcel of land at 51 Carnegie St in the early 80s, building the first home there in 1985. Outside 51 Carnegie St, Westlake.“We built what we could afford in those days,” Mrs McCluskey said.“When it came to extend and renovate, it ended up being that expensive that we knocked the whole lot down and started again.” The living room at 51 Carnegie St, Westlake.Tucked in front of those is a bathroom, laundry, office and a triple lockup garage.On this level is polished concrete floors and there is a two-level void at the rear of the home.Upstairs are all the bedrooms, and the main bedroom is Mrs McCluskey’s favourite room of the home. The view from the main bedroom is Mrs McCluskey’s favourite.“The view from the master bedroom is just fabulous,” she said.“You can sit up on the terrace and you could be a million miles from civilisation.“It’s just beautiful.”The couple have downsized to a penthouse in the inner-city.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:24Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:24 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD288p288pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenCoreLogic Brisbane Housing Market Update – August 201809:25 The open-plan living area opens up to an alfresco dining space and the pool.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Mrs McCluskey designed the home alongside an architect, completing the home in 2005 and said they haven’t done anything to it since.“I love architecture and over the years we’ve built four different houses and I’ve designed every one of them,” she said.“I thought that I must have a lovely master bedroom and I must have a kitchen where I can see everything from every room, so if I have visitors outside, playing pool or in the lounge room, I’m still part of everything,” Mrs McCluskey said. The kitchen is central to all the entertainment spaces.All of the living space is on the bottom floor, with a massive open-plan lounge, kitchen, dining and family room spanning the width of the home.
Pictured are: Rebecca Myers, Wendy Whitehead, Merrill Smith, Tony Owens, Kevin Koehne (active volunteer with Bread of Life), Angie Wood, Melissa Foist, Jason Barbieri and Kristin Wolfe.Greensburg, In. — The Greensburg Bread of Life has received a computer donation, valued at $1,140, in addition to a $20,000 commitment through event sponsorships from First Financial Bank.Located at 700 E Randall St, the Greensburg Community Bread of Life builds relationships with its patrons by providing a safe haven free of judgement. They’ve implemented a successful food rescue program and fight hunger in the community by providing a fee, nutritious meal to those who need one.After recently donating $1,140 worth of computer equipment to Bread of Life in Greensburg, First Financial Bank also announced their commitment of $20,000 ($5,000 per year for the next four years) towards event sponsorship for great events, the Turkey Noodle Dinner and Farmer’s Feeding the Flock. The Bank proudly supports local organizations that work to provide to those in need.As a community-focused financial institution, First Financial Bank is proud to provide equipment and funding needed in local communities. They have a strong commitment to the local Greensburg area and pride themselves on serving and strengthening the neighborhoods where they live and work. With over 150 banking centers throughout Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Illinois, they provide personalized service and have a continued commitment to helping others on their path to success.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Ulan Ude: Six-time champion MC Mary Kom (51kg) on Saturday settled for a bronze medal in the World Women’s Boxing Championships after losing to Turkey’s Busenaz Cakiroglu in an intense semifinal bout in Ulan Ude. Mary Kom, seeded third, lost 1-4 to second seed Cakiroglu, who is the reigning European Championships and European Games gold-medallist. The Indian contingent sought a review of the decision but the appeal was turned down by the International Boxing Association’s (AIBA) technical committee. “How and why. Let the world know how much right and wrong the decision is,” Mary Kom later tweeted expressing her anguish at the loss. Both the boxers seemed hesitant to make the first move in the opening round but Mary Kom had the edge in counter-attacks as Cakiroglu struggled to make her height advantage count. The second round followed a similar pattern as far as the tactics went but Cakiroglu seemed the sharper of the two. In the final three minutes, both the boxers upped the ante but Cakiroglu became the dominant aggressor eventually.Despite this loss, it was a stupendous campaign for the 36-year-old Mary Kom and added to her long list of accomplishments. This bronze is her first world medal in the 51kg category. Besides six world titles, Mary Kom’s incredible career is also studded with an Olympic bronze medal (2012), five Asian titles, gold medals at the Asian Games and the Commonwealth Games, besides numerous other international top finishes.Later in the evening session, Manju Rani (48kg) will be up against Thailand’s Chuthamat Raksat, who upstaged fifth seed Yuliyanova Asenova in the quarterfinals. Jamuna Boro (54kg) will take on top seed and former Asian Games bronze-medallist Huang Hsiao-Wen of Chinese Taipei. Last edition’s bronze-medallist Lovlina Borgohain (69kg) will face China’s Yang Liu, who took down top seed Chen Nien-Chin.Also Read | MC Mary Kom scales the summit, becomes No.1 in latest AIBA Boxing rankingsEntering into this edition, Mary Kom had six gold and a silver in her kitty. “It is difficult to say (what the result would be in the semifinals) but I think I have the capability to go the full distance and win a gold. Let’s see,” she said. “The whole country is supporting me like always, I think that should also work for me. Why wouldn’t I win with that huge support?” she added.