Fulham Football Club player Andre Schurrle has revealed that scoring his first goal for the club is an amazing moment.The former Chelsea winger was on target for the Cottagers this weekend, scoring the club’s fourth goal during their impressive victory over Burnley on Sunday afternoon.Schurrle is currently on a two-year loan deal from Borussia Dortmund and the Germany international is keen to rekindle his career after a very difficult 24-month spell in the Bundesliga.A beaming Schürrle shared his delight with FulhamFCTV, as quoted by HammyEnd, after the final whistle: “It was a great atmosphere and it was a really good feeling on the pitch. I really enjoyed every minute because you could feel like everyone was coming, everyone was going – the crowd wanted us to be together, fight and score the goals and that’s what we did.”“Today was amazing and for our new players it was so important, you can’t even believe.”Official: Tottenham sign Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon Andrew Smyth – August 8, 2019 Tottenham have sealed another transfer deadline day deal to sign the highly-rated Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham.“We could have scored more, especially me. I think I had 45 shots today! Normally in a Premier League you don’t have so many shots and so many big chances, so that’s what we have to get together.”“Maybe we have to score a few more goals, but we’re happy with four today and the win.”The winger was delighted to get off the mark for the Whites, especially after seeing a number of his earlier efforts well saved by Joe Hart.“When I scored the goal, it was very important for me. It was one of the greatest moments in my career and to be on this pitch and in front of these fans, because they were all chanting [my name] before, I wanted to give them something back and when the ball went in and I could feel this joy, it was an amazing moment.”
According to the Inter Milan boss, the midfielder is distracted by matters outside football and it’s having a very bad seasonFor Internazionale Milan boss Luciano Spalletti, midfielder Radja Nainggolan could be very successful in the Italian Lega Serie A.After all, the boss has coached him at Roma and he just brought him to San Siro this year.But the only way he can do it is if he focuses on football and not on matters outside of it.Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.“We love him, he is a sensitive boy and he has all the qualities of the person who behaves correctly. But sometimes even the father grumbles with his son,” Spalletti told reporters as quoted by Goal.“Radja is attracted to other things and if you put too many things in front of football you do not win.”“He has three or four of things he puts in front of football and some of them have to be taken away,” he concluded.
Limited details known at this time- updates will be posted as they are made available. Currently the Division of Forestry has taken over control of the fire . According to Dobson they suspected cause of the fire was lightening. CES Fire Marshal Brooke Dobson: “Call came in as a smoke investigation. Units arrived on scene at 5:52. They confirmed it wasn’t threatening any structures and/or road system. The fire is stated to have been in the wetlands area so there isn’t much of a concern. All our units cleared at 6:08 except C2.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Central Emergency Services and the Division of Forestry are on the scene of a fire out at MP 71 of the Sterling Highway, near Watson Lake.
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Members of the Black Women’s Roundtable recently convened its annual meeting to lobby against the passing of the Trump budget and the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court, with the support of Black female members of the U.S. Congress.On March 30, about 50 participants in the Black Women’s Roundtable conference gathered outside of the capitol to make their concerns known.Melanie Campbell is the president and CEO of the National Coalition of Black Civic Participation and convener of Black Women’s Roundtable. (Courtesy photo)“We will be here all day today to talk about two issues.” Melanie Campbell, the president and CEO of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and convener of the Black Women’s Roundtable Public Network, said. “We are opposed to President Trump’s skinny budget and Neil Gorsuch becoming a justice on the Supreme Court because he is a danger to women’s health.”The Roundtable released on March 29 a 72-page document entitled “Black Women in the U.S., 2017: Moving Our Agenda Forward in the Post-Obama Era” that served as the rallying cry for the organization’s 6th Annual “Women of Power” Summit that took place in the District and in Arlington, Va. In essence, the report detailed the challenges Black women face in health, human trafficking, the juvenile justice system, higher education, businesses and entrepreneurship and expanding political power.The Roundtable has come to the Capitol Hill and lobbied lawmakers for years on issues dealing with funding women’s health programs, supporting reproductive rights, advocating on behalf of increasing educational opportunities for Black women and supporting presidential appointments that are sensitive to the needs of African-American women.U.S. Reps. Yvette Clark (D-N.Y.), Karen Bass (D-Calif.), Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio), Robin Kelly (D-Ill.), Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-Texas) and Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.) joined the rally. Clarke said the “Trump budget is diametrically opposed to the advancement of Black women.”“We would be in a state of siege if this budget is passed,” she said. “We have the power to address these issues and the document that you have presented will be used by the Congressional Black Caucus to resist the budget.”Jackson-Lee said that Black women must step up in the interest of their families and communities.“There is no greater time for African American women,” Jackson-Lee said. “Seniors in the sunset of their lives must be able to participate in Meals on Wheels and there must be funding for anti-violence and community development programs. The Trump budget is inhumane.”Jackson-Lee urged the rally participants to go to their homes and engage “your governors, state legislators and local officials to speak to what is right.”It was generally understood among the rally leaders and attendees that Gorsuch on the Supreme Court was unacceptable. Carol Joyner urged the participants to call their senators to stop Gorsuch.“This is a Supreme Court nominee that has ruled that corporations are people,” she said.Later that day, there was the Congressional Legislative Luncheon that was held at the headquarters of the National Council of Negro Women and at the Crystal City hotel, there were plenary sessions on fighting for women’s rights, the media and health and healing.
Explore further Journal information: Science Morality clearly plays a role in modern society, in many instances, it might even be cited as one of the prime preventers of chaos—people see, hear and engage in things that they deem moral, or immoral, and tend to respond in certain ways because of it. But because of its ephemeral nature, scientists have had difficulty not only defining and measuring it but perhaps more importantly, finding the ways in which it works in people and in society as a whole. In this latest effort, the researchers sought to learn more about how morality works by periodically asking people directly about their observations, feelings and acts.In the experiment, 1,252 people found via social media, agreed to download an app to their phone that allowed the researchers to query them at random times regarding moral acts they engaged in or witnessed during the prior hour, how it made them feel and how they responded. Text messages were sent to the volunteers and received from them over a period of three days. Afterwards, the researchers analyzed the 13,240 messages they’d received from the volunteers to see if they could spot patterns, trends or other pertinent information.Among the host of findings, the team discovered that those who considered themselves religious didn’t necessarily commit more or less moral or immoral acts than those who did not. They also found that people who were the target of a moral act tended to feel better about themselves than did those who committed a moral act themselves—and those same people tended to also be more likely to commit a moral act later on—social scientists call it moral contagion.The researchers also found evidence that suggests political affiliation had an impact on morality as well—those of a liberal persuasion, for example, tended to focus more on fairness between people, while those who saw themselves as more conservative tended to respond more strongly to acts of respecting authority or the status quo.The study marks a new foray into sociological testing techniques using new technology and might just be one of many to come that seek to better define the rules by which people behave in society. (Phys.org) —A team of researchers with members from the U.S., Germany and the Netherlands has uncovered some new ideas about the nature of morality by using a smartphone app. In their paper published in the journal Science, the researchers describe how they enlisted a large group of people to serve as volunteers in a morality experiment, and what they learned as a result. Jesse Graham, of the University of Southern California offers a Perspective piece in the same journal issue. Citation: Smartphone app used by experimenters to learn more about aspects of morality (2014, September 12) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2014-09-smartphone-app-experimenters-aspects-morality.html Image of the Smartphone Experience-Sampling Signal (SMS linking to smartphone survey). Credit: Wilhelm Hofmann More information: Morality in everyday life, Science 12 September 2014: Vol. 345 no. 6202 pp. 1340-1343 DOI: 10.1126/science.1251560 ABSTRACTThe science of morality has drawn heavily on well-controlled but artificial laboratory settings. To study everyday morality, we repeatedly assessed moral or immoral acts and experiences in a large (N = 1252) sample using ecological momentary assessment. Moral experiences were surprisingly frequent and manifold. Liberals and conservatives emphasized somewhat different moral dimensions. Religious and nonreligious participants did not differ in the likelihood or quality of committed moral and immoral acts. Being the target of moral or immoral deeds had the strongest impact on happiness, whereas committing moral or immoral deeds had the strongest impact on sense of purpose. Analyses of daily dynamics revealed evidence for both moral contagion and moral licensing. In sum, morality science may benefit from a closer look at the antecedents, dynamics, and consequences of everyday moral experience. © 2014 Phys.org How do former churchgoers build a new moral identity? This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
12Jan Two local communities awarded DEQ water management grants State Rep. Gary Howell today announced that the village of North Branch and Elba Township have each been awarded grants from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to improve wastewater and storm water management.Howell, of North Branch, said that the DEQ provides funds to local communities to assist in the planning, design and testing of storm water and wastewater facilities. Ordinarily, a local 10 percent match is required for the first $1 million in project costs.“Among the many obligations local governments have to families in their communities is ensuring that they have clean and safe water,” Howell said. “These grants will enable the village of North Branch and Elba Township to be better stewards of the environment and maintain the public health and well-being of people in their communities.”The $425,500 grant to North Branch will be used to develop both a wastewater and a storm water asset management plan. The DEQ has identified North Branch as a community that will not be required to provide the 10 percent local match.Elba Township will use the funding to develop a wastewater asset management plan. Grant activities will focus on the Potters Lake Sanitary Drainage District. Development of the asset management plan will allow the township to move from reactive – to predictive – maintenance and minimize the risk of failure of critical components.Collectively, the statewide grant awards total $64 million for 80 communities.##### Categories: Howell News,News
ShareTweet Viable UVIED (pipe bomb) discovered in Ballyarnett Village in October 2014 in a bid to kill policeDETECTIVES have arrested a man over an attempt to murder police in Derry almost three years ago.Officers from the PSNI’s Terrorist Investigation Unit (TIU) detained the 38-year-old man his morning in the city under section 41 of the Terrorism Act.He was taken to the serious crime custody suite in Belfast for questioning about possessing explosives with intent to endanger life. The suspect was quizzed about the attempted murder of police at Ballyarnett Village in October 2014 when a booby trap bomb was left a house attached to a pressure plate.A police spokesperson said this evening: “The man was later released after questioning.“A report will be forwarded to the PPS.”BREAKING NEWS…..MAN ARRESTED IN DERRY OVER BOOBY TRAP BOMB MURDER BID ON POLICE was last modified: September 20th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags: ballyarnettBREAKING NEWS…..MAN ARRESTED IN DERRY OVER BOOBY TRAP BOMB MURDER BID ON POLICEPSNITERRORISM ACTTIU