Journal Article – Nalburiye Dergisi http://nalburiyedergisi.com/ Wed, 15 Sep 2021 17:43:52 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1.png Journal Article – Nalburiye Dergisi http://nalburiyedergisi.com/ 32 32 New journal article on the challenges and management of sarcoidosis supported by the Sarcoidosis Research Foundation http://nalburiyedergisi.com/new-journal-article-on-the-challenges-and-management-of-sarcoidosis-supported-by-the-sarcoidosis-research-foundation/ Wed, 15 Sep 2021 16:01:00 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/new-journal-article-on-the-challenges-and-management-of-sarcoidosis-supported-by-the-sarcoidosis-research-foundation/ CHICAGO, September 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Sarcoidosis Research Foundation (FSR), the leading international non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for sarcoidosis and improving the care of patients with sarcoidosis, is delighted to share that a new article focusing on sarcoidosis has been published by the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), […]]]>

CHICAGO, September 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Sarcoidosis Research Foundation (FSR), the leading international non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for sarcoidosis and improving the care of patients with sarcoidosis, is delighted to share that a new article focusing on sarcoidosis has been published by the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), the most influential authority in the field of medicine in this article, Challenges of sarcoidosis and its management, was written by two of the members of the FSR Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), Elliott Crouser, MD, Ohio State University (President of FSR SAB) and Marjolein Drent, MD, PhD, St. Antonius Hospital.

This scientific article is now considered the new standard in the examination of sarcoidosis.

Sarcoidosis is a rare multisystem inflammatory disease. As a rare disease, sarcoidosis is not well understood and often overlooked. This article details the risk factors associated with the development of sarcoidosis, highlighting the increased risk for African Americans and women. Additionally, this seminal article explores the different clinical and diagnostic features and understanding of the clinical presentation of the disease and provides guidance for faster and more accurate diagnosis. Finally, this review provides a deeper understanding of the clinical presentation, understanding of prognosis, and pathways to better disease management for people living with sarcoidosis.

“Late diagnosis and lack of understanding of sarcoidosis are significant barriers to care for people living with sarcoidosis,” says Marie McGowan, CEO of the Sarcoidosis Research Foundation. “This article will help provide all health care providers with a better understanding of how best to diagnose and treat this disease, which will lead to better patient outcomes.”

Challenges of sarcoidosis and its management is the first scientific article on sarcoidosis published in the NEJM since 2007 and is now considered the new standard of sarcoidosis review. To read the full report, visit https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMra2101555?rss=searchAndBrowse

To learn more about FSR’s sarcoidosis research, please visit www.stopsarcoidosis.org.

About sarcoidosis

Sarcoidosis is a rare inflammatory disease characterized by the formation of granulomas – tiny clusters of inflammatory cells – in one or more organs of the body. Despite increasing advances in research, sarcoidosis remains difficult to diagnose with limited treatment options and no known cure.

About the Sarcoidosis Research Foundation (FSR)

Established in 2000, the Sarcoidosis Research Foundation (FSR) is the leading international non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for sarcoidosis and improving care for patients with sarcoidosis. Since its inception, FSR has encouraged more than $ 5 million in sarcoidosis-specific research efforts and has worked diligently to provide resources to thousands of people. For more information and to join our community, visit www.stopsarcoidosis.org.

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Letters from Saturday: Why the long delay in deportation of the Nazis? http://nalburiyedergisi.com/letters-from-saturday-why-the-long-delay-in-deportation-of-the-nazis/ Sat, 11 Sep 2021 12:07:07 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/letters-from-saturday-why-the-long-delay-in-deportation-of-the-nazis/ Breadcrumb Links Letters Author of the article: Edmonton Journal Helmut Oberlander in an undated photo. Photo by CIJA Content of the article In Thursday’s Edmonton Journal, an article by Adrian Humphreys details Canada’s current attempt to expel Helmut Oberlander, another Nazi war criminal who lied to gain Canadian citizenship. His flock of lawyers are arguing […]]]>

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In Thursday’s Edmonton Journal, an article by Adrian Humphreys details Canada’s current attempt to expel Helmut Oberlander, another Nazi war criminal who lied to gain Canadian citizenship. His flock of lawyers are arguing as usual: too old, too sick to travel, waste of resources, abuse of process, et cetera. I disagree and think he should be fired tomorrow.

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The real reason for this letter, however, is as follows. Why did the government take over 35 years to try to get rid of this man? Thirty-five fruitless years. Unbelievable. Maybe it will take that long to change the Immigration Department, its rules and laws to become responsive and efficient. So based on all of this, Meng Wanzhou should feel safe to make long term plans in Canada.

Rick Nenn, Edmonton

Desperately needed vaccination mandate

The last press conference with Minister Shandro and Dr Hinshaw was a gong show. There have been no announcements to help tackle the catastrophic increase in COVID cases and Tyler Shandro’s response to questions from reporters has been totally jaded. It is important that we are all specific when asking questions and demanding answers about vaccination mandates versus vaccination passports.

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Warrants are requirements to limit entry to workplaces when an employer requires it or to enter non-essential public spaces such as restaurants or cinemas. Vaccine passports are proof that such a requirement has been met. A vaccination mandate will result in safe places for vaccinated citizens and a strong incentive for people to get vaccinated.

Alberta desperately needs to follow the rest of Canada and urgently implement a provincial mandate for non-core public areas.

Randy Gurlock, Edmonton

The unvaccinated should pay for their own care

Are people who have not received a COVID-19 vaccine proud that their selfish behavior has caused major surgeries to be canceled? I saw on the news that a young man with brain cancer had his operation canceled on Wednesday; I wish people who end up in hospital would have to pay for their care because it is their fault that they contracted COVID-19.

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Cathy Rainey, Edmonton

Don’t give hospitals to unvaxxed

Elective surgeries are being postponed again as our overburdened healthcare system is devoted to treating COVID cases.

Now we have heard how a young man with brain cancer had his surgery called off a day before it took place. When did brain cancer surgery become elective? The really elective part of this equation are the people who choose not to get the vaccine. Why do we prioritize the limited resources of our health care system?

Our healthcare system cannot be solely dedicated to treating COVID patients, and more particularly those who choose not to be vaccinated.

Connie Shelley, Edmonton

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EurekaMag.com Provides Library Scanned Articles From Journals Published In India http://nalburiyedergisi.com/eurekamag-com-provides-library-scanned-articles-from-journals-published-in-india/ Wed, 08 Sep 2021 15:00:00 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/eurekamag-com-provides-library-scanned-articles-from-journals-published-in-india/ EurekaMag.com logo EurekaMag.com banner EurekaMag.com icon EurekaMag.com provides digital library articles from a wide range of Indian journals DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, September 8, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – EurekaMag.com specializes in providing articles published in Indian journals that have been indexed in PubMed or any other catalog including BIOSIS, CAB Abstracts and Zoological Record. EurekaMag collects […]]]>

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E-Paper Highlights: Aug 26 – Sep 1, 2021 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/e-paper-highlights-aug-26-sep-1-2021/ Sat, 04 Sep 2021 09:13:33 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/e-paper-highlights-aug-26-sep-1-2021/ Be sure to activate your free online access as part of your print membership by visiting pineandlakes.com/activate. Here are the highlights of what has been published in the Echo Journal e-journals online daily for the past week. Each e-paper contains seven to nine pages of global, national, state, business, entertainment and sports news: Thursday August […]]]>

Be sure to activate your free online access as part of your print membership by visiting pineandlakes.com/activate. Here are the highlights of what has been published in the Echo Journal e-journals online daily for the past week. Each e-paper contains seven to nine pages of global, national, state, business, entertainment and sports news:

  • Thursday August 26: Race of nations to complete the Afghan evacuation. Retired football star Herschel Walker is running for a Republican seat in the US Senate. The ever-expanding Caldor Wildfire is approaching Lake Tahoe.

  • Friday August 27: Biden calls on the Pentagon to develop plans to retaliate against attackers at Kabul airport in Afghanistan. Tennis player Novak Djokovic is looking to complete the Grand Slam calendar at the US Open. Minnesota State Fair returns with a few changes and a little familiarity.

  • Saturday August 28: United States on alert for further attacks in Kabul. Top 10 cars accepting dogs listed. Four tips to prepare for inclement weather.

  • Sunday August 29: Gulf Coast residents flee as the “extremely dangerous” hurricane approaches. The fallout from Afghanistan weighs on presidential candidates. The US Open is held with a focus on the mental health of the players.

  • Monday August 30: Biden witnesses the grim return of soldiers killed in an attack in Afghanistan. Oil companies cut Gulf crude production by 96% as Hurricane Ida hits the coast. Ed Asner, “Lou Grant” of television, dies at the age of 91.

  • Tuesday August 31: Hurricane Ida blows its way through Louisiana and leaves low-lying towns stranded. The United States and its allies complete Afghan evacuations. Fewer people receive social security benefits at age 62.

  • Wednesday September 1: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, as well as additional pages of national, national, global, sports, business and entertainment news.


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Explosive excerpts from the diary of a senior official who formed the investigation into the sexual assault of Alex Salmond http://nalburiyedergisi.com/explosive-excerpts-from-the-diary-of-a-senior-official-who-formed-the-investigation-into-the-sexual-assault-of-alex-salmond/ Sat, 28 Aug 2021 11:41:21 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/explosive-excerpts-from-the-diary-of-a-senior-official-who-formed-the-investigation-into-the-sexual-assault-of-alex-salmond/ Explosive excerpts from a senior official’s diary that formed a key part of the investigation into the sexual assault against Alex Salmond have come to light for the first time. Michael McElhinney’s accounts reveal what he says was the flood of complaints against the former prime minister from his female staff and his anger at […]]]>

Explosive excerpts from a senior official’s diary that formed a key part of the investigation into the sexual assault against Alex Salmond have come to light for the first time.

Michael McElhinney’s accounts reveal what he says was the flood of complaints against the former prime minister from his female staff and his anger at the lack of action taken.

Mr McElhinney, who was responsible for rotating Mr Salmond’s private office, wrote that he had introduced rules to prevent women from working after 8pm.

He said one reported a conversation about sex on Eurostar in April 2014 and another spoke of “petting and an invitation to lie down [the] bed ‘at Bute House in October 2013.

Meanwhile, Mr McElhinney’s notes indicated that a third claimed that Mr Salmond put his arm around her and tried to kiss her, which he said only comforted her because she was upset.

Mr Salmond, who has consistently denied the sexual harassment allegations, was acquitted of attempted rape and a series of sexual assaults, including one with intent to rape, on March 23, 2020.

He faced 13 counts including one of attempted rape, one of intent to rape, nine counts of sexual assault and two of indecent assault.

The former SNP chief, 66, was cleared of all charges by a jury after an 11-day trial in Edinburgh High Court.

A separate Scottish Government inquiry into the allegations was found to be illegal, unfair and ‘tainted with apparent bias’ by the Court of Session.

Michael McElhinney’s stories reveal flood of complaints against former prime minister from his female staff and anger over lack of action

Mr. McElhinney’s diaries are revealed in Break-Up: How Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon Went To War by reporters David Clegg and Kieran Andrews. Mrs Sturgeon is pictured

The accounts of Mr. McElhinney’s diary, revealed in a new book reported in the Times, trace what he says were the claims made by the women against Mr. Salmond while they were working for him.

He explained that the Eurostar incident was not the woman’s first complaint against her boss for her behavior.

They were on a trip to Europe and Mr McElhinney emailed him to verify that everything was fine, according to Mr McElhinney’s notes.

She reportedly replied, “Everything is fine. He’s a pig, but he’s not an angry pig today. Just a disgusting. He advised her to “stay safe” and avoid any uncomfortable situation.

But he said she responded again ten minutes later and described a sex conversation Mr Salmond initiated.

She said, “Too late. I didn’t even walk through the Eurostar trip without him talking about sleeping with me.

She added: “To be honest I think I have to minimize my time with him this week day after tomorrow.”

He said one reported a conversation about sex on Eurostar in April 2014 and another spoke of

He said one reported a conversation about sex on Eurostar in April 2014 and another spoke of “petting and an invitation to lie down [the] bed ‘at Bute House (pictured) in October 2013

Mr McElhinney, who was responsible for rotating Mr Salmond's private office (pictured), wrote that he had introduced rules to prevent women from working after 8 p.m.

Mr McElhinney, who was in charge of rotating Mr Salmond’s private office (pictured), wrote he had introduced rules to prevent women from working after 8 p.m.

The woman, who then filed two sexual assault complaints against the Prime Minister, asked that her schedule be changed so that she did not have to see him.

Mr McElhinney vowed he would change it for the rest of the week and the woman replied that she wanted a “break between seeing his fat face and hearing his obscene comments.”

Less than a year earlier, Mr McElhinney had left his post in the cabinet of Labor Prime Minister Jack McConnell for the most senior position in the SNP.

He knew Mr Salmond well, having worked with him previously on energy policy and was keen to work together on the campaign for Scottish independence.

The post was offered to him by Senior Private Secretary Joe Griffin, who headed Mr Salmond’s private office for civil servants.

But in just a few weeks, the newspaper said, it turned into a nightmare as several women came forward to claim that the prime minister had acted inappropriately towards them.

His diary reports that most focused on working with Mr Salmond late at night, which was often necessary during the political chaos of the time.

The first issue apparently arose when a woman said she was uncomfortable being asked to watch a movie in Bute House’s office on October 30, 2013.

She claimed that Mr Salmond had turned off the lights and brought two chairs closer together so that they were close.

Mr Salmond, who has consistently denied the allegations, was acquitted of attempted rape and a series of sexual assaults, including one with intent to rape, on March 23, 2020

Mr Salmond, who has consistently denied the allegations, was acquitted of attempted rape and a series of sexual assaults, including one with intent to rape, on March 23, 2020

She made it clear that there was “no inappropriate contact” and did not want any formal proceedings, but said it had unsettled her.

Mr. McElhinney reported the alleged incident to Mr. Griffin and said he was alarmed by the claim.

Mr Salmond then apologized to the woman for what he called a “sleeping hug”.

Mr McElhinney recorded nine suspected cases of sexual language, unwanted touching and other inappropriate behavior, which allegedly emerged over the following months in his diary.

There was heightened fear at Bute House about the claims made in April, the book says.

He refers to the rushed discussions Mr. McElhinney and his team had in the days following the complaints.

They found that Mr Salmond had not behaved in an acceptable manner and wanted to remedy it, but without filing a formal complaint.

Mr McElhinney wrote about his anger that the public service had done little to provide women with a safe work environment.

He gave the diary notes to the Scottish Police in 2018 and it became a key part of Operation Diem in the alleged sexual assaults of Mr Salmond.

Mr. McElhinney’s diaries are revealed in Break-Up: How Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon Went To War by reporters David Clegg and Kieran Andrews.

TIMELINE: Scottish independence movement leading figure’s two-year battle as he fought to clear his name

Alex Salmond was acquitted of attempted rape and a series of sexual assaults, including one with intent to rape.

The former Scottish Prime Minister was cleared of all charges by a jury after an 11-day trial in Edinburgh High Court.

Here is a timeline of the events leading up to the verdict.

January 2018: The Scottish Government receives two harassment complaints involving Alex Salmond, dating from 2013, and launches an investigation.

March 2018: The former prime minister is informed of the investigation against him.

23 Aug 2018: The Daily Record publishes news of the allegations made to the Scottish government against Mr Salmond via a tweet.

The former Prime Minister denies the harassment allegations and is launching legal action against the Scottish government to challenge the complaints process which has been activated against him.

Aug 24, 2018: Nicola Sturgeon posts a statement on Twitter saying she has known for “some time” about the Mr Salmond investigation and has no role in the process.

She says: “My relationship with Alex Salmond obviously makes this situation extremely difficult for me to accept.”

Scottish police confirm that the allegations were passed on to force.

Mr Salmond vigorously denies sexual harassment complaints lodged against him while he was Scottish Prime Minister, saying he had “never committed a crime”.

Aug 26, 2018: Ms Sturgeon said there was “no legal basis” for suspending Mr Salmond from the SNP, following appeals for the decision from opposition parties.

She says her party has not received any complaints about her predecessor’s conduct – nor has she conducted an investigation.

August 27, 2018: Mr Salmond writes to Scotland’s top civil servant, Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans, calling for an investigation into how allegations of sexual harassment against him have been made public.

Aug 28, 2018: Mr Salmond officially begins his legal action against the Scottish government by filing his petition for judicial review with the Court of Session in Edinburgh.

August 29, 2018: The former prime minister announces having resigned from his SNP membership to avoid divisions within the party.

He launches a crowdfunding campaign to help cover his costs in the lawsuit and the £ 50,000 goal is shattered within hours.

January 8, 2019: Lord Pentland J. ruled in the Court of Session that the Scottish government’s actions were “unlawful in that they were procedurally unfair and tainted with apparent bias”.

Ms Sturgeon supports Ms Evans’ decision to settle the case after a misapplication of the complaints procedure.

Mr Salmond is calling on the Scottish senior official to quit his post after accusing her of “wasting” hundreds of thousands of pounds of public money.

January 15, 2019: The Scottish Parliament announces that it will launch its own investigation into the fallout of the allegations against the former Prime Minister.

January 24, 2019: Scottish police confirm that they have arrested and charged Mr Salmond.

He is appearing before Edinburgh Sheriff Court facing allegations of sexual assault, including attempted rape.

The former prime minister makes a statement saying he “refutes” the criminal allegations and plans to defend himself “to the fullest” in court.

January 31, 2019: An investigation into whether Ms Sturgeon broke ministerial code during discussions with Mr Salmond is on hold pending the conclusion of the trial against him.

February 6, 2019: MSPs vote to establish a Holyrood committee to investigate the Scottish government’s handling of complaints against Mr Salmond, later agreeing to suspend its work until the case is concluded.

November 21, 2019: Mr Salmond appears for the first time in the High Court of Edinburgh and pleads not guilty to the charges against him.

March 9, 2020: The trial begins in the High Court of Edinburgh.

March 23, 2020: Jury returns not guilty on 12 counts, including attempted rape, and an unproven verdict on a charge of sexual assault with intent to rape.


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Delta variant outbreaks in poorly vaccinated Asian countries disrupt production http://nalburiyedergisi.com/delta-variant-outbreaks-in-poorly-vaccinated-asian-countries-disrupt-production/ Wed, 25 Aug 2021 06:10:00 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/delta-variant-outbreaks-in-poorly-vaccinated-asian-countries-disrupt-production/ A gap has formed between the demand for well-vaccinated US goods and the ability of poorly vaccinated manufacturing countries to meet it, creating inflationary pressure. Outbreaks in Vietnam and elsewhere add to a long list of challenges, including epidemics in ports, shortages of freight containers and rising commodity prices, which companies face in delivering goods […]]]>

A gap has formed between the demand for well-vaccinated US goods and the ability of poorly vaccinated manufacturing countries to meet it, creating inflationary pressure. Outbreaks in Vietnam and elsewhere add to a long list of challenges, including epidemics in ports, shortages of freight containers and rising commodity prices, which companies face in delivering goods at low cost. and in time before the holiday season.

Vietnam, which has given two doses of the vaccine to less than 3% of its population, has seen an increase in cases over the past six weeks due to the Delta variant. The country’s strict Covid-19 containment policies – including locking down villages and quarantining tens of thousands of people in military barracks and other state-run centers – have worked for the first 14 month of the pandemic, as she pumped out exercise equipment, electronics and pajamas. for western consumers.

But the Delta variant has escaped Vietnam’s defenses, just as it has recently done for other largely unvaccinated exporters, including Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Thailand. The strain is spreading so quickly that it is difficult to track, according to the government. Authorities have ordered the closure of some factories and others to drastically reduce the number of workers in the field. This left Western brands, such as Adidas AG, Crocs Inc, to the fore. , and Steven Madden Ltd. – which strongly depend on Vietnamese manufacturing.

Companies are trying to find alternative suppliers in China and elsewhere, and pay expensive air freight to try to move products quickly to Western markets to make up for production delays.

“Vaccine inequality and immunization levels in these emerging markets are creating problems in these sectors and adding to cost pressures,” said Louis Kuijs, head of Asian economics for Oxford Economics.


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Meet HBJ’s 2021 40 Under Forty Class http://nalburiyedergisi.com/meet-hbjs-2021-40-under-forty-class/ Mon, 23 Aug 2021 10:20:44 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/meet-hbjs-2021-40-under-forty-class/ Connecticut officials recently launched a new website, www.ctforme.com, which aims to attract young professionals to the state – a sign of how important this demographics are to our economic future. There is no doubt that Connecticut needs to do more to prevent its recent college graduates and millennial workforce from moving to other parts of […]]]>

Connecticut officials recently launched a new website, www.ctforme.com, which aims to attract young professionals to the state – a sign of how important this demographics are to our economic future.

There is no doubt that Connecticut needs to do more to prevent its recent college graduates and millennial workforce from moving to other parts of the country.

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But in reality, Greater Hartford already has a strong cohort of young professionals who are making a difference in their respective organizations and in the community at large. And it’s important to shine a light on them in order to show others that starting and building a career here can pay off, both professionally and personally.

And that’s the goal of 40 Under Forty. Each year for the past 25 years, Hartford Business Journal, with the help of our independent judges, has selected 40 of the best and most promising young professionals who lead their respective organizations.

This year, we received 163 applications. Narrowing the list to 40 deserving winners was a difficult task. Most importantly, our winners prove that our region has a vast pool of young talent.

Our 2021 winners come from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors and organizations large and small.

We would like to thank this year’s judges for helping choose our winners. They understand:

  • Mae Maloney, Senior Program Director, Leadership Greater Hartford
  • Julianna Cruz, Senior Public Relations Specialist, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare
  • Kim Bishop, Executive Director of Talent Attraction and Retention, MetroHartford Alliance
  • Gail Lebert, Director of Partnership Development, Klingberg Family Centers
  • Meg Warren, Director, Strategic Initiatives, Office of the Dean Instructor, UConn School of Business MBA Program

We will be celebrating our annual 40 Under Forty event on September 16 at Pratt & Whitney Stadium in Rentschler Field.

If you think you have what it takes to be part of a future Class 40 Under Forty, we ask that you submit an application next year. This award is as strong as the class of individuals who are nominated for it.

And there are many candidates representing the bright future of our city, region and state.

Greg Bordonaro
Editor

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Dove Creek Volleyball looks to keep winning – The Journal http://nalburiyedergisi.com/dove-creek-volleyball-looks-to-keep-winning-the-journal/ Sun, 22 Aug 2021 22:46:01 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/dove-creek-volleyball-looks-to-keep-winning-the-journal/ Shania Kibel of Oove Creek jumps to attack Walden-based Jazmin Martinez of North Park in the 2019 regional competition. Joel Priest / The Journal Special Lady Bulldogs enter season as reigning league champions DOVE CREEK – After another stellar season crowned with a San Juan Basin League title, head coach Lacey Murphy has her Bulldogs […]]]>

Shania Kibel of Oove Creek jumps to attack Walden-based Jazmin Martinez of North Park in the 2019 regional competition.

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Lady Bulldogs enter season as reigning league champions

DOVE CREEK – After another stellar season crowned with a San Juan Basin League title, head coach Lacey Murphy has her Bulldogs ready for another run for the league crown. With a solid returning cast and balanced lineup, Dove Creek has all the tools to replicate and surpass last season’s run to the regional title game.

The Bulldogs were 10-0 in the SJBL last year and have several comebacks that have played a big part in their success. Senior captain Tara Buffington will help lead the way, moving from her position as a Libero last year to a role in all six rotations for the Bulldogs. Co-captain Shania Kibel returns after missing last season with injury and will play an important role in the attack.

Leadership, ultimately, will be a shared task, according to Murphy. “We have a number of returning starters from last year,” said Murphy, “and they’ve fitted in really well as a unit. I expect them all to use their qualities. leader in different situations. ”

Of those returning to the front row, juniors Trista Barnett and Lexi Gray had over 150 kills a season ago, while dynamic sophomores Kalie and Kylie Gatlin posted impressive numbers, with Kylie in the lead. team for kills and Kalie leads the game. Add to the equation senior Jessie Ayers and a pair of newcomers Ralynn Hickman and Destiny Toledo, and the Bulldogs have one of the more balanced teams in the classification.

The Bulldogs were a constant feature in the CHSAA polls in the 1A classification, but after losing in a game of the State tournament last year, Murphy’s side are keen to take the plunge. “We worked on mental toughness and communication,” added the head coach, “with the overall goal of pushing further into the playoffs.”

Playing in the spring, the Bulldogs have the opportunity to build on their success from just a few months ago. “It’s been busy, with a number of our players making it to individual camps, as well as a collective team camp at CSU,” said Murphy, “but that says a lot about the ethics. work of these girls. “

Dove Creek has started its fall 2021 well, overtaking border rivals Monticello in straight sets to open on a winning note.

The Bulldogs travel to Mancos on Tuesday August 24 before opening the home league game the following week, when Nucla heads for a game on Tuesday August 31. The Bulldogs’ schedule also includes a pair of trips to Gunnison to help prepare them for the playoffs.


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B.C. grizzly territories align with Indigenous language communities, new study finds http://nalburiyedergisi.com/b-c-grizzly-territories-align-with-indigenous-language-communities-new-study-finds/ Sun, 22 Aug 2021 14:54:19 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/b-c-grizzly-territories-align-with-indigenous-language-communities-new-study-finds/ A new study by a scientist from British Columbia suggests that grizzly bear genetic groups tend to inhabit territory that closely matches areas where people who speak similar Indigenous languages ​​live. In a journal article published earlier this month, Lauren Henson, a doctoral student at the University of Victoria, and other researchers said the habitats […]]]>

A new study by a scientist from British Columbia suggests that grizzly bear genetic groups tend to inhabit territory that closely matches areas where people who speak similar Indigenous languages ​​live.

In a journal article published earlier this month, Lauren Henson, a doctoral student at the University of Victoria, and other researchers said the habitats of three major genetic groups of grizzly bears geographically overlap with three native language families: Tsimshian, Wakashan and Salishan Nuxalk.

“It’s an indication of the depth of this relationship between bears and people in the landscape and these resources on which they both depend,” Henson told CBC host Carolina de Ryk. North Dawn.

The science team studied the DNA in the fur of more than 100 bears that was collected over 11 years over an area of ​​23,500 square kilometers. The area stretches from Kitimat in the north to Bella Bella in the south and from Bella Coola in the east to Hartley Bay in the west.

Henson said his team was working closely with Nuxalk, Haíɫzaqv, Kitasoo / Xai’xais, Gitga’at and Wuikinuxv First Nations to sample and analyze DNA.

University of Victoria scientist Lauren Henson and her team have been collecting bear fur samples in northern British Columbia for 11 years. (Foundation for the conservation of tropical coasts)

“We are only a small part of this large emerging field of examining and integrating different ways of knowing,” she said.

“This study is an example of the richness and insight that this type of collaboration can bring.”

Jennifer Walkus, a Wuikinuxv scientist who was part of the research team, said she was not surprised by the results.

“We and bears have a lot of the same needs, and it makes sense that we stay close enough to an area and have enough resources to feed ourselves,” she said.

“This is certainly in keeping with the fact that most First Nations consider bears as a family. It is something that we are very closely related to.”

Wuikinuxv scientist Jennifer Walkus says the results don’t surprise her. (Foundation for the conservation of tropical coasts)


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Stephen Carnahan: mandates are not unique to masks http://nalburiyedergisi.com/stephen-carnahan-mandates-are-not-unique-to-masks/ Sun, 22 Aug 2021 04:00:47 +0000 http://nalburiyedergisi.com/stephen-carnahan-mandates-are-not-unique-to-masks/ According to the Sun Journal article of August 19, Representative Laurel Libby says we are at war over “government force.” And, those mask warrants are a current battle in this war. Since when does the government have the right to tell anyone to wear a mask? Besides, why is the government telling us that we […]]]>

According to the Sun Journal article of August 19, Representative Laurel Libby says we are at war over “government force.” And, those mask warrants are a current battle in this war. Since when does the government have the right to tell anyone to wear a mask?

Besides, why is the government telling us that we have to wash our hands if we are in the restaurant business?

Why do nurses and doctors need to wear shoes?

Why do I have to stop at red lights and stop signs?

Why is the government telling me not to have a charcoal fire on my apartment balcony?

How come the government requires boaters to have life jackets? Or that automakers need to reduce their emissions? Or that playgrounds shouldn’t be built on the roadway?

Representative Libby, as reported by the Sun Journal, even mentioned that the government may start regulating smoking. Sorry, Representative, we have already lost this battle in our fight for freedom.

Maybe once we remove the mask requirements, we can let people start smoking again in restaurants.

Stephen Carnahan, Auburn


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