Competition winner

first_imgLimerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live TAGScompetitionlimerickOdeon CinemaOdeon Limerick Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Twitter Advertisement Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Linkedin WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Email NewsCompetition winnerBy Alan Jacques – September 28, 2016 743 center_img Facebook Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Previous articleState aid given to Shannon firm linked to US money laundering probeNext articleWogan remembered as a ‘giant among broadcasters’ Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WELL done to Niamh Gleeson from Castletroy who is the lucky winner of one pair of tickets and two large combo meals for a film of her choice at the Odeon Cinema in Castletroy. Enjoy!The answer to our competition in last week’s edition was Black Hills Forest.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up More tickets to give away to the Odeon Cinema in this Thursday’s Limerick Post. WhatsApplast_img read more

Last of the escaped ‘extremely dangerous’ inmates caught in North Carolina

first_imgGallia County Sheriff/Facebook(CARY, N.C.) — Authorities in North Carolina have captured all four of the “extremely dangerous” inmates who escaped from an Ohio jail early Sunday morning.Brynn K. Martin, 40, Christopher M. Clemente, 24, and Troy R. McDaniel Jr., 30, were apprehended early Monday morning in Cary, North Carolina, just west of Raleigh, according to Cary officials.The fourth escapee, 29-year-old Lawrence R. Lee III, remained at-large until Monday when he was taken into custody in Durham, Gallia County Sheriff Matt Champlin said.“I would like to thank the hard working law enforcement professionals who have tirelessly dedicated themselves to providing an end to the search for these escapees,” Champlin said in a statement. “Additionally, I want to thank everyone who has shown support for my office and our law enforcement across this great nation. Everyday, our jobs become tougher and more dangerous.”The four men broke out of the Gallia County Jail in Gallipolis, Ohio, when they overpowered two female corrections officers and forced open a secured door just after midnight on Sunday.The men were armed with at least one homemade weapon — a shank — and received assistance from at least one person on the outside, investigators said.All are considered “extremely dangerous,” according to authorities.Cary police said they were notified by the North Carolina Highway Patrol shortly before 2 a.m. Monday that the four fugitives were believed to be in the area of a Red Roof Inn. Responding officers captured three of the four men without incident, police said.The four inmates made their escape from the Gallia County facility by gaining access to the administrative wing of the jail, where they stole the keys to one of the corrections officer’s vehicles and drove about a block away, where another vehicle was waiting for them, Gallia County Sheriff Matt Champlin told reporters at a press conference Sunday afternoon.That vehicle was found later Sunday in Pennsylvania, Champlin said. At the time, Pennsylvania State Police tweeted that they had reason to believe that Clemente was in the area of the Westmoreland Mall in Greensburg.Clemente was serving time for drug trafficking, Martin was incarcerated for breaking and entering and receiving stolen property, McDaniel was serving time for non-support of dependents and Lee was in jail for assault and identity fraud, authorities said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Realize Digital Transformation from the Edge to the Core with SAP Leonardo and Dell EMC

first_img“The biggest threat to innovation is internal politics and an organizational culture, which does not accept failure and/or doesn’t accept ideas from outside, and/or cannot change.”—(Source: Gartner, Innovation Survey, July 2017)The Internet of Things (IoT) began moving toward mainstream adoption in 2016 for many industries, according to the findings of a survey by Gartner. The number of organizations adopting IoT grown 50 percent in 2016, reaching 43 percent of organizations overall. In total, 64 percent of organizations plan to eventually implement IoT.First SAP-certified IoT Edge DeviceTogether with the SAP IoT Team, and now with the new SAP Leonardo Team, Dell EMC is bringing both worlds together to introduce the first SAP-certified Dell EMC Leonardo IoT Gateway Edge Device at SAP Leonardo Live this week in Frankfurt, Germany.  SAP Leonardo is the newest digital innovation system by SAP offering design thinking methodology to help customers rapidly develop new capabilities and accelerate their digital transformation.Combining the Leonardo-certified Dell IoT Gateway with SAP Solutions, our joint customers are now able to integrate IoT Edge devices in minutes, not hours or days, and allows them to quickly design and deploy new business models. SAP Leonardo Edge PlatformDell EMC chose the SAP Leonardo Edge Platform because it offers a complete range of solutions to connect things with people and then process the information with real-time intelligence. The deployment of Edge Services is the Edge Platform component of the SAP Cloud Platform, a software package that extends the SAP Cloud Platform to the edge and provides services like:support for a wide variety of IoT protocol adaptersnative integration with SAP Cloud Platform and SAP backend systems like SAP S/4HANAdeployment and lifecycle management for edge servicessecure communication channels and isolationBecause this edge platform software stack can be deployed on the physical gateway or in the cloud. Functionality provided by the services can be made available where it is most suitable for the customers. This Edge Platform is implemented in java and extends the standardized OSGI platform which allows for deployment on virtually any hardware and operating system.SAP Leonardo – IoT Gateway Edge CertificationThe IoT service connects devices to the SAP Cloud Platform to provide scalable incorporation of IoT data and device management. The corresponding services provide a secure connection to remote devices using a broad range of IoT protocols and manage the device lifecycle from onboarding to decommissioning.The service collects and processes sensor data at scale already at the edge or in the cloud and stores it on the SAP Cloud Platform for use by other applications. Moreover, the service provides a multi-tenant architecture allowing role-based access to device data through easy-to-use APIs.The IoT Gateway provides adapters for network convergence and syntactic protocol normalization. It acts as a virtual gateway that brings devices and assets online, managing the connectivity with devices according to the specific communication protocol that the devices implement. The Gateway component is responsible for collecting data from a sensor and sending commands to the network on behalf of other Internet of Things Core Service modules.As early as 2015, Dell started investing in this market and producing its own Dell IoT Gateways.  Dell EMC now brings 30+ years of IT knowledge and 15 years of customizing Dell technology for OT environments through OEM and over 50 partners providing OT expertise.Certified Dell IoT Edge DevicesDell Edge Gateways tested and validated, pre-configured and pre-installed with SAP Leonardo Edge software.Dell Edge Gateway Series 3000Dell Edge Gateway Series 5000Dell Embedded PC 5000Simplifying and Accelerating the Digital Transformation Journey with SAPAs one of the earliest supporters of SAP HANA in-memory computing, Dell EMC continues to provide best-of-breed performance for SAP landscapes enabling customers to go from the Edge, through the Fog and up to the Cloud with everything pre-configured, pre-installed and certified/validated by SAP. For special requirements, Dell EMC offers Ready Nodes, Ready Bundles and Ready Systems – everything needed and expected from customers.To learn more about the Dell EMC infrastructure foundation for SAP Leonardo, visit Dell EMC at SAP Leonardo Live this week in Frankfurt.last_img read more

Cardinals Basketball Results

first_imgThe St. Louis 8th grade boys basketball team lost to  St. Michael’s Tuesday evening 39 to 34.Adam Cox led the Cardinals in scoring , finishing with 15 points. Evan Vogelsang, & Charlie Dice had 5 points each. Johnathan Deal, Zach Harmeyer & Eli Tuveson rounded out the scoring with each adding a 3 point bucket.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Mike Burkhart.The St Louis Cardinals 7th grade basketball team were on the road last night visiting St. Michael’s of Brookville winning 45-23.St. Michael’s played the Cardinals tough to start the game as they played solid defense and kept the game close with the score 8-4 at the end of the 1st quarter. In the second quarter, the Cardinals defense stepped up and their offense caught fire with Wil Freeland, Lleyton Ratcliff and Andrew Oesterling leading the way. Jack Forbeck hit a last second shot to end the 1st half and put the Cardinals up 27-6 going into intermission.St. Michael’s came out of the 2nd half ready to play and outscored the Cardinals 13-8 for the 3rd quarter. Sam Voegele for the Cardinals hit a couple key baskets to help keep St. Michael’s from getting too close. The quarter ended with St. Louis leading St. Michael’s 33-19.In the fourth quarter, the Cardinals controlled the boards and continued to play great defense and finished the game with a final score of 45-23.The Cardinals received solid defensive play from Kurt Siefert on the perimeter and Sam Voegele, Ben Schebler and Karsen Macke on the boards.The Cardinals next game is Thursday at home against Laurel. The game time is 6:00.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Oesterling.The St. Louis 5th grade boys basketball team played St. Paul’s this evening and won their 5th game of the season. The Cardinals outscored the visitors from St. Paul’s 24-9.The Cardinals started a bit sluggish and found themselves tied at 4-4 after the first quarter. Buckets began to fall in the second and third quarter as the Cardinals led 20-7 after three. Defense proved to be the deciding factor as the Cardinals held St. Paul’s to one bucket in the fourth quarter.Aidan Geers, Frank Forbeck, Nate Reder, Conner Ertel and Jack Hollins played good team defense while the scoring leaders for the evening were Alec Bunselmeier (9), Benjamin Harmeyer (9), Luke Meer (4), and Nate Vankirk (2).The next game will be this Thursday, December 3 at St. Nicholas. Please come out to the game and cheer the Cardinals on.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach John Harmeyer.last_img read more

CECAFA; Kenya beat Tanzania 1-0 to go top of Group A

first_imgCongratulations @HarambeeStars for qualifying for semi finals. #CecafaKE2017 #CECAFA2017 pic.twitter.com/Lyr9eUfpX8— Jacob Oyugi (@Jacob_Oyugi) December 11, 2017Share on: WhatsApp The draw for the Bright Stars means they could only manage to pick one point from the three group matches, having conceded eight goals, to finish at the bottom. Nairobi, Kenya | AFP | Hosts Kenya maintained their unbeaten form to beat rock-bottom Tanzania 1-0 to go top of Group A and qualify to the semi-finals of the Cecafa Challenge Cup on Monday.Burly striker Vincent Oburu scored the decisive goal in the 20th minute that proved vital for the home side after close rivals Libya enyoyed a shock 1-0 win over the group pacesetters, Zanzibar in the early kick-off at the Kenyatta stadium in Machakos.The result put Kenya at the top of the five-team group on eight points ahead of Zanzibar, who have seven points while Libya, only taking part as guests finished an impressive third on six points.Kenya will now meet Burundi in the first semi-final on December 14 in Kisumu, with Zanzibar taking on holders, Uganda the following day.Burundi finished second in Group B after being held to a scoreless draw by lowly South Sudan in the final group match in Kakamega on Monday.last_img read more

Olympia Resident and Former Addict Shares how Spirituality Improves Self-Esteem in…

first_imgFacebook130Tweet0Pin0Submitted by the Bohlsen Group for Kay ChristyAs someone who has been clean for more than 30 years, Kay Christy is familiar with how addiction can erode an individual’s self-esteem. During her recovery process, she witnessed firsthand how important it is for people to develop self-confidence to overcome various obstacles in life.Helping individuals, especially those recovering from substance abuse, increase their self- esteem is exactly what Christy, a life coach, addresses in her book, “Gifts from Guidance.” In her book, she shares various affirmations and prayers tailored to help others improve their lives.Olympia author and recovered addict Kay Christy explores increasing self-esteem through spirituality in her new book.“Spirituality can sync the heart and mind to help people every day,” Christy said. “Prayers are universal in their message of love that bridges religion and spirituality with the human need for peace.”Christy is currently working to partner with various women’s substance abuse treatment centers in Oregon and Washington to teach those in recovery how improving their spirituality can aid in the process of becoming clean.“From my personal experience, I know that positive thought and prayer can be used to live a more fulfilling life,” Christy said. “I want to help individuals see the benefit of implementing spirituality into their daily life.”For more information, visit www.giftsfromguidance.com.Gifts from Guidance by Kay ChristyISBN: 978-1-4525-8998-5Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and BalboaAbout the authorKay Christy is a life coach who has been in recovery for more than 30 years. She received a bachelor’s degree in business from The Evergreen State College and a master’s degree in behavioral science from City University of Seattle. She resides in Olympia.last_img read more