SHARE Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for November 8, 2016 Home News Feed Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for November 8, 2016 Facebook Twitter Previous articleTrash Talking Trade, Will It Continue After Election Day?Next articleMorning Outlook Hoosier Ag Today By Hoosier Ag Today – Nov 8, 2016 Facebook Twitter A weak batch of moisture moves in over the state today, coming up around the backside of high pressure that moves off the east coast. This will bring plentiful clouds, and also a chance of some minor precipitation. Moisture will be limited to a few hundredths to about 2 tenths maximum, with coverage at about 50% of the state. WE really would like to keep the state dry in our forecast, but that just is not going to be able to come together. Still, most of the moisture will be limited to this afternoon and evening, and will be gone by tonight.Dry weather is back tomorrow and will hold through the weekend and early next week. Another strong high pressure dome will move in, bringing cooler air to start and then warmer air up the backside. Overall, even with the cooler air tomorrow, temps will still be above normal right on through this 7 day period. Dry down will be excellent with full sun and nice breezes. Temps may make a run at freezing underneath the core of high pressure overnight Friday night into Saturday…that will be where the coldest, sinking air will be under the high.Our next system to watch arrives next Tuesday, initially with a minor warm front. That front brings a few hundredths to a quarter of an inch with 50% coverage for Tuesday. But, as the low moves through Wednesday, we see better rain totals move in and much better coverage, with rains of .25”-.5” Tuesday night through Wednesday and coverage at 80%. This system will usher in strong north winds and much colder air behind the system for the start of the 11-16 day forecast window.Those strong north winds will take temps to below normal levels next starting next Thursday and will keep a cool pattern in place into next weekend. Some models are trying to suggest a bounce in temps to normal and above normal levels as we move closer to thanksgiving. However, we are not in that camp. We look for temps staying normal to below normal through the last 10 days of November. SHARE
LOS ANGELES (AP) — California is changing up the way it is delivering coronavirus vaccines and moving to a more centralized system that should streamline appointment sign-up, notification and eligibility for nearly 40 million residents. But few detais were released Tuesday, and counties, which have been leading the vaccine effort, say they need more information. A private third-party administrator will work with a new statewide secretary to decide where the state’s supply of vaccine should go. California has been criticized for vaccinating so few people even amid a national vaccine shortage that appears to be the main bottleneck. At the same time, residents are frustrated by eligibility rules that vary by county and by hospital system.
How can I reduce my expenses? Think before you spend. If you live from paycheck to paycheck, pay close attention to where your money goes. Most families can reduce spending by as much as 20 percent without feeling much, if any, pain. Carry a notepad and write down every penny you spend. At least once a week, add up how much you spent and what you bought. Little things, like buying snacks from vending machines, smoking, or eating lunch out, can add up to a lot of money in a month’s time. How can I earn more money? Determine if the need for additional income is a short-term problem or something requiring a more long-term solution. If it’s a short-term challenge, find a part-time job, take on odd jobs like babysitting or mowing yards, or have a yard sale to clear out items you no longer want or need. For a more permanent solution, consider returning to school to earn a degree or gain additional training that will lead to a higher-paying position. A home-based business may be another option. How can I cut back on monthly bills? Shop around, regularly, for everything ¬— insurance, utilities, telephone service (including cell phones), Internet access, credit cards and other goods and services. The cost difference from one provider to another can be astronomical. The great deal you got two years ago may no longer be the best deal, so it is important to recheck at least once a year. And make sure you only pay for what you use. Cancel extra features or services you rarely or never need. Think about targeting one or two spending areas. Brainstorm with other members of the household on ways to reduce spending. I’m having trouble making ends meet. What are my options? If you don’t have enough money to cover your expenses, you have at least three options: increase your income, reduce your expenses or somehow create a combination of the two. Doing nothing is not an option. If you continue to spend more money than you earn, sooner or later you are going to have big problems. The sooner you tackle the problem, the better. By April SorrowUniversity of GeorgiaMany economic experts say the United States is in the midst of the greatest recession the nation has faced since the Great Depression. American families are affected directly by this crisis through job losses, home foreclosures and rising fuel and food costs. To help families deal with the financial crisis, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension financial management specialist Michael Rupured answered a few commonly asked questions. What about my credit cards? If you have excellent credit, carry a balance and pay more than 14.9% APR (the current average), contact the credit card company and ask for a lower rate. Currently, consumers with excellent credit can find credit cards with interest rates as low as 6.5% and no annual fee. If you are unsure about your credit history, Georgians can request up to two free credit reports per year from each of the three major credit reporting agencies (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion). Should I refinance my home loan? If you have excellent credit, owe less than your home is worth, will stay in the home long enough to recover any closing costs, and can find a lower interest rate, then the answer is probably “yes.” The problem for many homeowners is the balance—what they still owe—exceeds the value of the home. With less than stellar credit, obtaining a loan with a lower interest rate will likely be difficult, if not impossible.
A much-anticipated regulation on COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination has been issued.President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo signed Presidential Regulation No. 99/2020 on vaccine procurement and vaccination to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday.It came into effect the next day. The third priority group includes more than 4 million teachers at various levels of education. The fourth group is government officials and legislatives council members (2,306,689).The fifth group is members of the Healthcare and Social Security Agency (BPJS Kesehatan) whose fees are paid by the government. Their number exceeds 86 million individuals.The last group of more than 57 million are the general public.Read also: COVID-19 vaccine may be ready by year-end, says WHO’s TedrosTo distribute the vaccine evenly across the country, the government plans to procure cold chain equipment to store and distribute hundreds of millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine from other countries. Deputy State-Owned Enterprises Minister Budi Gunadi previously said two state-owned pharmaceutical firms, Bio Farma and Kimia Farma, currently had the capacity to store 123 million of the needed 352 million vaccine doses.Indonesia has forged cooperation with several countries regarding the supply of potential vaccines. China’s Sinovac Biotech, in a partnership with Bio Farma, is running late-stage human trials of a candidate vaccine in Bandung, West Java.The trial has involved some 1,620 volunteers since August. The government has also looked into partnerships with two other Chinese drug manufacturers, Sinopharm and CanSino Biologics. The Research and Technology Ministry, meanwhile, is leading a national consortium comprising research bodies and universities to develop the homemade Merah Putih vaccine.The Health Ministry also signed an agreement with UNICEF to procure COVID-19 vaccines through COVAX, a global vaccine allocation plan co-led by the World Health Organization that aims for an even distribution of the vaccine.According to Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi, Indonesia has secured a commitment to receive 20-30 million doses of a potential vaccine by the end of this year, some 80-130 million doses in first quarter of next year and 210 million doses for the remainder of 2021.The government has set aside Rp 37 trillion to procure COVID-19 vaccines. As of Wednesday, Indonesia recorded a total 315,714 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 11,472 fatalities. (iwa) Editor’s note: This article is part of a public campaign by the COVID-19 task force (Satgas COVID-19) to raise people’s awareness about the pandemic.Topics : The decree breaks down requirements for the procurement, implementation, funding and support and facilities from ministries, institutions and regional administrations concerning COVID-19 vaccination.According to the regulation, frontline workers, from health workers and contact-tracing paramedics to military and law enforcement personnel, will be prioritized for vaccination.They number some 3.5 million people.The second-priority group are religious and community leaders, local authorities at district, village, community and neighborhood units, who number more than 6 million individuals. #covid19taskforce #mothermessage #wearmask #keepyourdistance #washyourhand #socialdistance #avoidcrowd #usesoap
CHENNAI: World Rapid Chess Champion Koneru Humpy paved the way for India’s entry into the final of the FIDE Online Olympiad by winning her game in the Armageddon.Humpy outclassed Poland’s Monika Socko in the final game to assure India of at least one of the top two positions in the Online Olympiad. It was a dramatic comeback for India after getting outclassed by Poland in the first match 4-2. In the second match, the Asian chess power house showed its class to humble Poland 4.5-1.5. With the two teams registering one victory each, the game went into Armageddon with Humpy having an advantage. She had drawn against Socko in the first match, and won against her in the second. In the first match, India went down 2-4 to Poland with its most fancied players — Viswanathan Anand and Vidit Santosh Gujrathi — losing their games against Jan-Krysztof Duda and Radoslaw Wojtaszek, respectively. Former world champion Anand, playing with white pieces, was outplayed by Duda while Gujrathi lost the game after having an advantage. On the other hand, rising star Nihal Sarin defeated Igor Janik. The two senior Indian women players — Humpy and D. Harika — gave some respectability to the final score by drawing the games against Monika Socko and Karina Szczepkowska-Horowska, respectively. However, Divya Deshmukh went down to Alicja Sliwicka, overlooking the basic back rank mate. For the second match, India brought in R. Praggnanandha and Vantika Agrawal replacing Sarin and Deshmukh. On their part, Poland brought in Grzegorz Gajewski in place of Radoslaw Wojtaszek. India won the second match comfortably with a score of 4.5-1.5. Humpy in her second outing won against Socko in 41 moves, while Harika outclassed Szczepkowska-Horowska. Anand, who was humbled in the first match, took a sweet revenge against Duda in 69 moves while Gujrathi won against Gajewski. India suffered a setback when Praggnanandha got checkmated by Janik in 43 moves. However, Agrawal drew her game against Sliwicka to help India equalise the score. IANS Also Watch: Three Women Says Going to Doctor, Never Returns
SAN JOSE — Vegas Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant blasted Pete DeBoer on Tuesday hours before Game 7 of the feisty first-round series for comments the Sharks coach made about Gallant talking to San Jose’s players during games.“For that clown to say that in the paper yesterday, it’s not right,” said Gallant, who denied engaging in trash talk with Sharks players.“Logan Couture, I thought it was an embellishment, so I’m yelling at the referee, not at Logan Couture,” Gallant said. “The other …
Save the Earth & geocache? Yes please! We call it CITO (Cache in Trash Out).In 2016, geocachers around the globe will gather together during the weeks of April 22-30 and September 17 – 25 to pick up trash, remove invasive species, repair trails and more—plus earn a pretty sweet new souvenir. If you’ve never hosted a CITO before and you don’t know where to begin, read on! Here are 6 steps to get you started. 1. Choose a location and a dateSince your CITO event will result in an improvement to a public space, pick an area that’s important to you and/or that needs special attention. Make sure you have permission to host the CITO from the local land manager. If you are unsure about which location is best, call a local park manager or geocaching organization. They can provide assistance and support in selecting the best location.2. Pick an activityAt it’s very basic, a CITO event should involve geocachers taking part in an activity that produces an environmental improvement to a park or another cache-friendly place. CITO activities have ranged from trash pickups, to tree plantings, to invasive species removals, to trail maintenance. Need inspiration and direction? Talk to the land manager to find out where volunteers are most needed. See if there are any local environmental organizations already doing volunteer work, with whom you can partner. Call your city’s Parks and Recreation department to find out if any city volunteer initiatives are planned.3. Fill out the cache submission formYour CITO event will need to be submitted online at least two weeks before the date of the event. Give yourself a bit more time than that to square away any details.Type & Location: Select Cache In, Trash Out as the event type, and enter the coordinates where your event will take place.Waypoints (Optional): Is there parking near your event? A trailhead you need to find to get to the right spot? Let folks know.Description & Summary: Where is the event, what time does it start and end, and what will folks be doing? Is any special type of clothing or gear required? Will there be activities suitable for young children, or do you have to be a spring chicken to partake? Will there be a lunch break? Any safety concerns? The more details you can supply, the better. Share with your Friends:More 4. Wait for the event to be published.Once you’ve reviewed and submitted your event listing, your local Reviewer will likely publish the event or request changes to it within a week. If you don’t hear from your Reviewer, check to make sure the event listing is actually submitted and enabled. Check to see if the Reviewer has posted any Reviewer notes in the cache logs section. Once you’ve made any necessary changes, review and submit the listing once more. Feel free to ask your Reviewer for advice if you’re struggling with the event listing.5. Once the event is published, let people know about it!Is there a local geocaching organization you can reach out to, to let them know about your CITO? Maybe there are even some non-geocacher volunteer organizations you could recruit…the more the merrier! 6. On the day of the event…Show up early.Watch the cache page and your e-mail for last minute questions.See to it that every person knows what the activity is, and how to do it.Agree on a time and location to meet up and debrief at the close of the event.After the event is over, keep the event listed long enough to allow people to log the event. Then write a thank you note, and archive it. Voila!That’s all, folks! Remember: the CITO 2016 souvenir will be available for events during the weeks of April 22-30 and September 17 – 25, so if you’re planning to host an event that weekend make sure you submit the cache listing at least two weeks in advance, preferably more. SharePrint Related6 steps to organize a Cache In Trash Out® (CITO) eventJanuary 26, 2017In “Environmental Initiatives”CITO 2019 Season 1 RecapJune 11, 2019In “Community”Geocachers Cleanup Awards for Cleaning UpJuly 8, 2012In “Community”
Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netBarangay Ginebra head coach Tim Cone doesn’t want to put too much on his team’s early success in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup.The Gin Kings are currently tied with the Meralco Bolts for the top spot with a 5-1 record, but Cone thinks the real challenge begins on Sunday against fierce rival Star.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Read Next Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games After US Open loss, Kyrgios says: ‘Keep letting people down’ LATEST STORIES Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC “Our test comes a little stronger right now to see if what we’re doing can carry over to the good teams, to the really powerful teams in the league starting with Star on Sunday,” said Cone.The Hotshots are currently third in the standings, just a half-game behind the Kings and Bolts. They have also welcomed back their heart and soul in Marc Pingris.“It’s going to be an emotional game on Sunday so we just have to be ready for Ping and Star,” said Ginebra forward Japeth Aguilar, who had 19 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks against the Fuel Masters.ADVERTISEMENT “Still too early. We look at our schedule coming up. We got Star, then we got Blackwater, which got beat tonight but has won three of its last four,” Cone said after his squad whipped Phoenix, 105-92, Wednesday night.Ginebra is among the favorites to win it all at this point of the conference having won five in a row, but its road to defend its title gets rougher from here with Grand-Slam seeking San Miguel and a couple more championship contenders in Rain or Shine and TNT in its line of sight to wrap up its elimination round schedule.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“We’re playing all the top teams out there. So we beat the teams we’re supposed to beat,” he said.But first things first with the much-awaited Star coming up four days from now. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH View comments MOST READ SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief
Bournemouth winger Brooks could return in November – Giggsby Ansser Sadiq18 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveWales boss Ryan Gigga believes that David Brooks is at least a month away from fitness.The 22-year-old Bournemouth star is suffering from ankle ligament damage.Welsh fans were hoping he could be back sooner, but it appears that Brooks could miss the remainder of his country’s Euro 2020 qualifiers.Giggs told BBC Sport: “Even if he was fit, he has been out a long time.”His return is looking around November.”Now whether that’s back playing or back actually training, I’m not too sure. It’s a bit of a difficult one because he was still in a boot in the last camp.”Even if he was fit he has been out a long time. Even if he’s on the bench or fit for Bournemouth the week before, it will be difficult to pick him because he’s been out for so long.”We will see, you never know, there’s still time yet.” About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say