Spring may be around the corner, but the RCMP is warning drivers to take caution on the city’s roads.The Fort St. John RCMP will be increasing police presence on the city’s roadways to combat speeding as well as drinking and driving.Corporal T.F. Woodall says there were 15 motor-vehicle related deaths in this area, from January to March of last year. – Advertisement -He says the added enforcement is a precursor to when road conditions improve in the spring. [asset|aid=1048|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=489fc79ef702198c1f8402f4dad89584-Woodall 1_1_Pub.mp3] Woodall says despite the tight legislation on drinking and driving, people still drive intoxicated. He says the extra enforcement will target those who choose to drive under the influence. Advertisement [asset|aid=1049|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=489fc79ef702198c1f8402f4dad89584-Woodall 2_1_Pub.mp3] However, Woodall adds officers have been seeing a lot of designated drivers during road check stops in the area. And, he says those people are recognized and congratulated by the RCMP.
Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begovic Stoke have named Asmir Begovic and Steven N’Zonzi in their 23-man squad for next week’s Asia Trophy in Singapore, but have said the party is subject to change.Both the Bosnian goalkeeper Begovic and the French midfielder N’Zonzi have been linked with moves away from the Britannia Stadium ahead of the new season.Begovic has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United this summer while talkSPORT understands N’Zonzi will complete a £7m move to Sevilla this week.Manager Mark Hughes told Sky Sports News: “We have allowed Steven permission to speak to Sevilla.“We worked really hard to persuade him his future lay here but it didn’t seem to be enough for him.“He’s been granted permission so we’ll see where it takes him.”Summer signing Joselu, who joined from Hannover last month, is set to feature for the first time as Stoke play Everton in their Asia Trophy opener on July 15. The Potters will then play either Arsenal or Singapore Select XI three days later. 1
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Jeremy Kappell, Ohio Ag Net MeteorologistIt’s shaping up to be a very nice Tuesday across the Buckeye State with abundant sunshine returning and relatively mild temps temps in the low to middle 60’s for most areas, a little cooler for areas downwind of Lake Erie. The blue sky will be accompanied by a gusty northwest breeze on the order of 15 to 25 mph.We’ll start off Wednesday with seasonably cool lows down into the 30’s for most with more sunshine to start the day before clouds increase. There will be a sizeable temperature gradient across the state with highs only in the low 40’s on the Erie Lake Shore, however, most will enjoy 60’s. Winds will be on the order of 5 to 10 mph out of the east and northeast.Meanwhile a strong late season storm system looks to develop across the Plains by late Wednesday and Wednesday night. Ahead of this system, warming winds will arrive across the Buckeye State on Thursday with high temps warming through the 70’s in most areas despite considerable cloud cover. The exception will be far northern Ohio which will be stuck on the wrong side of a stationary front allowing for much cooler conditions for Toledo and norwest sections of the state.A large area of rain with embedded rumbles of thunder will approach the state from the west by Friday morning. This activity will work it’s way across the state and generally weaken to showers as it progresses to the east. Rainfall on the order of a quarter to half inch appear likely at this time. Expect seasonable highs in the 60’s for most of the state.Temps will cool behind a cold front as we slide into the weekend on a dry note. High pressure looks to bring some quiet conditions Saturday. Data suggest another low will form across the Lower Mississippi River Valley by late Saturday driving the potential for some heavier rainfall late Saturday night and into Sunday especially for southern parts of the state.Looking further out unsettled and chilly conditions appear likely early next week giving way to a drier stretch by midweek with gradually improving temperatures. We’ll see another shot at some showers by late Wednesday/Thursday of next week.
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#cloud Here’s a challenge. Make a video about what your enterprise software does. Show us a page with all sorts of ways we can learn what you are all about. If it really does explain what you do then that will deserve some mention here. Just leave a comment pointing to where we can see what you’ve done and we’ll get back to you. Promise.Update: We will wait a few more days for videos to come in. Thanks to all who have commented about the videos they have made. We will post next week. 🙂 We covered indicee yesterday. Why? We think their product looks pretty valuable. But you know what set them apart? They made a great video. It was compelling to watch. It made us laugh. We started to think about what they do. Pretty soon we were writing about them! alex williams Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Almost three years ago, Lee and Sachi LeFever created their first video to explain RSS. They called the video RSS in Plain English. They used paper cut outs to explain the XML format. It became an instant hit. Tens of thousands of people watched it. Today their company, Common Craft, make all sorts of custom videos. They’ve built a business around explaining concepts.Their latest video explains cloud computing. “Cloud Computing in Plain English,” tells the story of a florist whose business grows. She learns about cloud computing and realizes that perhaps maybe she should not have to worry about fixing broken servers.videoCloud computing is one of those topics that confuses and confounds people. Larry Ellison loves to poke at it. It’s the hot topic so it is refreshing to see Lee once again explain the topic in simple terms that pretty much anyone can understand. It makes everyone’s job a bit simpler.Which takes us to the last point of the day. We get so many pitches from companies. The services are explained in terms that often need deciphering. What if more companies in the enterprise space spent more time explaining what they do? What if companies did something like what Common Craft did for Twitter or with Google to help explain Google Docs? 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
An Ahmedabad-based company’s assets worth over ₹56 crore have been attached in connection with a bank fraud and money laundering case, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) said on Saturday. The agency issued a provisional order for attachment of 37 immovable properties of Sai Infosystems I (SIS) Ltd and others under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).“The attached assets include plots and a farm house, various commercial and residential properties in Gujarat and adjoining areas owned by SIS, Atrium Infocomm Pvt Ltd and Sujyot Infrastructure Pvt Ltd (group companies of SIS) and others,” the ED said in a statement.The total value of the freezed assets is ₹56.21 crore.Investigation revealed that SIS and its CMD Surendra Kumar Kakkad availed credit facilities and loans from a consortium of banks led by the State Bank of India on the basis of false and fabricated documents, the agency alleged. “SIS diverted the said loan proceeds for purposes other than specified in the loan application and acquired various immovable assets in the name of its group companies and relatives and thereby, caused financial loss to the tune of about ₹867 crore to the consortium of banks as the outstanding loan amount became non-performing asset,” the ED said. Mr. Kakkad had incorporated various shell companies and these firms were used for layering of money and for purchase of various immovable properties, the agency alleged. He and an other director of the company, Rajeev Gupta, have been arrested by the ED in this case. The agency filed a criminal case of money laundering against him last year after going through a 2015 FIR of the CBI in connection with an alleged bank loan fraud case.
JAMES Roby is fresh from a week off and is ready to continue his Challenge Cup legacy this evening.Mr Perpetual Motion was rested last week but is back in the side as Saints aim to return to Wembley for the first time since 2008.Roby scored the first try at the new Wembley in 2007 to bring his story full circle after he played at the ‘old’ venue as a schoolboy.The Final is naturally a real lure to the hooker – but he and his teammates will need to overcome Leeds first.“It will be a very tough game,” he said. “We know what we are facing and what we have to do.“We need to be ready and start well like we have done in recent weeks.“They are a quality team and are deservedly top. They have also beaten us twice. We can’t turn up with a poor attitude; we know we are more than capable of getting the result and finding ourselves at Wembley.“It is a huge game for us and we need to turn up and bring the best of what we can bring.”For someone who naturally makes more than 50 tackles and close to 150+ metres, per match, week in week out, it’s understandable that Keiron Cunningham opted to rest his most important asset.Roby found the decision to leave him out ‘surprising’ but admits it won’t do him any harm.“I’m coming in fresh,” he said. “It’s good not to have as many bumps and bruises as usual. I enjoyed the break.“It will be a big battle in the forwards this week and hopefully we will get on top of them.“We know we are 80 minutes away but first and foremost we want to perform well and win the game. The aura of the Challenge Cup is hard to ignore but we have to put it into the back of our minds.“We have a job to do first.”