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Justice Sonia Sotomayor to headline Vermont’s 15th Annual Women’s Economic Conference

first_imgSenator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) says this year’s 15th Annual Vermont Women’s Economic Opportunity Conference, set for Saturday, October 8, in Randolph, will feature a special guest: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Leahy said Justice Sotomayor will begin this year’s sessions with a question-and-answer forum with conference-goers.   ‘Marcelle and I are delighted that she is coming to Vermont,’ said Leahy.  ‘She personifies the American Dream, and her life and achievements already have inspired so many.  She is a perfect match for this conference and its purpose.’ This is the 15th year for the popular day-long conferences, which Leahy launched 15 years ago.  The free sessions will be hosted at Vermont Technical College in Randolph, Vermont, with lunch and child care included.  This year’s practical, how-to workshops will offer tools for women at all stages of professional development, to expand and succeed in business planning and strategic media planning, to hone leadership skills, and to discover and apply techniques in work-and-life balance.  Online registration for the conference begins September 6 at www.leahy.senate.gov(link is external). (FRIDAY, Aug. 26) — Senator Patrick Leahylast_img read more

Local excise officers receive state recognition

first_imgIndianapolis, Ind. — Indiana State Excise Superintendent Matt Strirrmatter recognized two officers from District 4 recently.Bradley Whittaker was recognized as the Officer of the Year and Thomas Tully earned the Public Information Officer of the Year award.Superintendent Strittmatter said, “This is the sixth time, in as many years, that I have had the privilege of presenting the Officer of the Year Awards.  Each day, I am reminded of the quality people that make up the Indiana State Excise Police.  These officers worked hard to earn their respective awards. The officers that make up the Indiana State Excise Police work diligently to keep Indiana citizens safe.  Likewise, they work hard to do their part to keep with Governor Holcomb’s commitment to take Indiana to the next level.”As the enforcement division of the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission, the primary mission of the Indiana State Excise Police is to promote public safety by enforcing Indiana’s Alcoholic Beverage Code. While excise officers have the authority to enforce any state law, they focus primarily on alcohol, tobacco and related laws.last_img read more

Jeongeun Lee6 wins U.S. Women’s Open for first major title

first_img Michelle Wie withdraws from U.S. Women’s Open Lee6 finished at 6 under for the tournament, two shots clear of Ryu So-yeon, Angel Yin and Lexi Thompson — who all finished in a tie for second place (4 under) — to claim her first major win. She tied for fifth place in her 2017 debut and has gone on to have three top-10 finishes on the LPGA Tour this season.”So looking at her as a rookie to play this tournament so well, I’m really proud of her as a fellow competitor and same country girl as well,” Ryu said, via Golf Channel. Related News Mamiko Higa sets record to lead U.S. Women’s Open Jeongeun Lee6 secured her first major title with a two-stroke victory at the U.S. Women’s Open on Sunday.The South Korean professional completed a consistent showing at the Country Club of Charleston, firing a 1-under 70 in the final round in South Carolina. Lee6 entered the week ranked 17th in the world and has won six times on the KLPGA Tour.center_img She was the only player to shoot four under-par rounds, although she bogeyed two of her final three holes. Champion.#USWomensOpen pic.twitter.com/zizMNAXuiz— USGA (@USGA) June 2, 2019Lee6 was even par through 10 holes in her final round before birdies at the 11th, 12th and 15th holes set up her victory despite the late hiccups.Overnight leaders Yu Liu and Celine Boutier struggled and carded 4-over 75 to end up tied for fifth (3 under) alongside Gerina Piller, Mamiko Higa and Jaye Marie Green.last_img read more

Ex-striker feels West Ham must sack Pellegrini after winless start to the season

first_img Pellegrini’s bubble may already have burst in east London Tony Cascarino believes West Ham must sack Manuel Pellegrini after defeat to Wolves made it four losses from four since the start of the season.The Hammers sit rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table as the only team not to have claimed a single point this term. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Pellegrini’s side did prevail in an EFL Cup tie against AFC Wimbledon, but they have looked completely out of sorts when facing up against their Premier League opponents.An opening day rout at Liverpool started the rot, with Bournemouth, Arsenal then Wolves also beating the east Londoners, and it’s hard to see where the first win might come from.A tough run of fixtures after the international break sees West Ham face Everton, Chelsea, Manchester United and Spurs in their next five games, and there’s a good chance the London Stadium club could make it to the end of October without a point to their name. SORRY 2 Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update gameday cracker Could Pellegrini be out of a job soon? revealed Most read in Premier League smart causal Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade whoops Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? silverware “The signs were there in the first game against Liverpool. It was alarming. They could have lost by eight.“I see similarities with QPR when they came up and had a lot of players on big wages who didn’t work as hard as they might have done.” 2 Cascarino, the former Millwall and Chelsea forward, is getting the same feeling from West Ham this season as he did from Crystal Palace last term, and he believes the Hammers must make the same decision Palace did in sacking Frank de Boer after they lost their first five games of the season without scoring a goal.Cascarino writes in his Times column: “Last year I said after four games that Frank de Boer had to get the sack at Crystal Palace and I’ve got the same feeling with Manuel Pellegrini at West Ham. Given the way they are getting beaten, I cannot see a way out for this team.“It was a big risk getting rid of David Moyes and I thought after one game of the season that I had made a mess of my pre-season predictions and should have put them down as one of my teams to go down.“Pep Guardiola gave an interview to Gary Neville at the end of last season and he said that one of his biggest demands of his players is ‘you’ve got to run’. Think about that and then look at West Ham. Some can’t run. Some on Saturday chose not to run. I don’t see this as a short-term problem. predicted Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion tense The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings latest REVEALED last_img read more