It seems Vulfpeck is enjoying their time in Colorado. The band is performing as support for The Motet and Medeski Martin and Wood at Red Rocks Amphitheatre right now, and they previously leaked news of a Saturday show at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO. You can find that announcement here.Two shows weren’t enough for the Vulf, as they’ve now added a third show playing again at the Fox Theatre on Sunday, July 24th. You can find tickets and more information here.
Laurel, In. — The Laurel police Department canine officer made a drug arrest on his first shift Monday.The police report says canine Blade gave a positive indication to narcotics during a traffic stop around 3:30 p.m. at the intersection of Kokomo Hill Road and Clay Street. A search uncovered methamphetamine, scales and paraphernalia.Charles Courtney, of Laurel, and Tiffany Johnson, of Connersville, were bot taken to the Franklin County Security Center.Blade and his handler completed their certification on August 25, 2017.
County Commission and Nancy J. Cotterman Center staff SOUTH FLORIDA – Make no mistake about it. According to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, Florida ranks third in the U.S. in human trafficking cases reported by states, behind only California and Texas.The hotline received more than 41,000 calls and identified 10,949 victims of human trafficking in 2018 experiencing a 25 percent jump from 2017. In 2019, the Florida Abuse Hotline received 201 calls of suspected human trafficking cases of minors verifying 60 of those cases.January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, a time to call attention to the growing epidemic here in our community and worldwide. In support of a vision for a community free from human trafficking and to further support awareness, Broward County Commissioners presented a proclamation to the Nancy J. Cotterman Center proclaiming January 2020 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month.“We encourage individuals to speak up and for all communities to stand up for all victims of human trafficking,” said Carol Cook, Director of Crisis Intervention and Support Division.Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery by which traffickers profit from the control and exploitation of others. Under U.S. law human trafficking is defined as the transporting, soliciting, recruiting, harboring, providing or obtaining of another person for transport; for the purposes of forced labor, domestic servitude or sexual exploitation using force, fraud and/or coercion.If you or someone you know is a victim of human trafficking, call the Nancy J. Cotterman Center at 954-761-7273 or the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888. The Nancy J. Cotterman Center is Broward’s only 24/7 Sexual Assault Treatment and Children’s Advocacy Center. Services provided are free and confidential. Visit Broward.org/NancyJCottermanCenter.
Spotlight delivers Racing Post translated services for Pari-Engineering Russia August 26, 2020 Share The sports betting industry is gearing up for its annual celebration at the SBC Awards, held on Tuesday 5 December at The Artillery Garden in central London, which doubles up as the perfect Christmas party for everyone involved in the sector.The presentation of 17 Supplier awards, 11 Operator/Affiliate awards and three SBC Sports Betting Hall of Fame inductees might take centre stage, but all delegates will also be treated to a sparkling wine and cocktail reception, an exclusive three-course seated dinner, Christmas themed snacks, and a renowned London DJ.The evening’s entertainment will extend to a bespoke ‘Boogie Wonder Nights’ show created by Full circle, while The Artillery Garden at The HAC, the latest in a line of stunning capital city venues used by SBC Events, even comes complete with in-built dodgems.Paul Mills, Chief Operating Officer at SBC, said: “Attendees can expect an amazing night at the SBC Awards with the champagne flowing on arrival at the welcome reception, free bar all night, superb three course meal and spectacular entertainment. “The Boogie Wonder Nights festive theme will create an electric atmosphere for guests to celebrate a great year for the sports betting industry and kick off the Christmas celebrations in style. As well as the DJ, we have the fantastic Boogie Wonder Nights dance act to wow the audience, while we must not forget the dodgems ride which will prove to be a big hit.”OPTIMA and Golden Race have been confirmed as headline sponsors of the #sbcawards2017, while the list of companies to book a table already includes VSoftCo, Racing Post, HiPay, Perform, Square in the Air, Trustly, InBet Games, Vermantia, FavBet, bet365, Sporting Solutions and Jeton.All companies interested in joining this Christmas themed industry celebration are being encouraged to act quickly to avoid disappointment, while there is an even greater level of urgency surrounding the nomination phase, which draws to a close on Friday 6 October.Once this deadline has passed, the Operator/Affiliate Awards will be put to a vote by anyone that attended this year’s Betting on Football and Betting on Sports conferences, while nominees for the Supplier Awards will be assessed by a hand-picked panel of experts.This judging panel features the CEO’s from Bets10, Better Collective, OLBG, Superscommesse, Betaland, BetBright, BetCris, FavBet, Fortuna, Mr Green, Mybet, PariMatch, Pinnacle, SNAI, Spiffx, Sports Interaction, Star Sports Bet, TopBetta, BetConstruct, Golden Race, OPTIMA and Don Best.To submit nominations please click HEREAnyone wishing to book a table to celebrate an outstanding year for the sports betting industry and invite colleagues or contacts to a great early Christmas party, email [email protected] for more information. StumbleUpon Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 Share Related Articles Submit
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventThe “Our Good Nature” theme can be taken as meaning Mother Nature or people’s good-hearted nature or a combination of both. The city’s 2006 entry, “A Magical Place to Call Home,” played off the city’s annual Fall Festival. Float designer Raul Rodriguez incorporated the festival’s fairies and a cornucopia into its design. Ideas will be reviewed by a committee. The winning ideas will be referred to Rodriguez in mid-May. The city plans to have the same budget for the float as the 2006 entry, $150,000. The float will also be the same length, 35 feet. The city will be looking to increase the private donations for the project, Biery said. Last year, donors provided about $84,000 in cash and in-kind services. The city is aiming to increase that amount by $10,000. PALMDALE – City officials are asking residents for ideas for Palmdale’s 2007 Tournament of Roses parade float. Float ideas must fit in with the parade’s theme of “Our Good Nature,” and the person who provides the winning idea will receive two tickets for grandstand seats for the Jan. 1 parade in Pasadena. “We’re trying to get themes and concepts,” said city administrator Laura Biery, who is overseeing the project. “It doesn’t have to be much, just a couple of sentences. We can take it from there.” Ideas need to be submitted to the city by 5:30 p.m. May 1. The ideas can be submitted online at the city’s Web site, cityofpalmdale.org. The donations were used to support the volunteers, who numbered well over 600. That support included underwriting much of the cost for busing them to the float construction site in Duarte, providing T-shirts, meals and prizes. City officials envision the parade as a yearly tradition for Palmdale with future floats being entirely underwritten by donations. The floats help the city by generating a positive buzz in the media as well as building community pride, officials say. City officials believe they scored on both accounts with the 2006 entry, citing the large number of volunteers and extensive media coverage that included more than 20 newspaper articles about the float prior to the parade, television coverage from seven Los Angeles-based news stations, and coverage from two cable channels. [email protected] (661) 267-5743160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!