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Port Clinton Police Department(PORT CLINTON, Ohio) — Police provided new background information on a Port Clinton, Ohio, 14-year-old who has been missing since the morning of Dec. 20.A surveillance image believed to be Harley Dilly crossing the street in front of his house is the last known sighting of the teenager, said Detective Ronald Timmons with the Port Clinton Police Department on Saturday night, during an appearance on “Live PD on A&E.”It is out of character for Harley to just disappear, Timmons confirmed. The teen has a very specific schedule eating certain foods, bathing several times a day and typically “stays around his home,” Timmons said.Police believe Harley is in danger.It was 18 degrees with snow on the ground when he left his home and he was last seen wearing a thin sweater, sweatpants and a thin “puffy” coat, police said.All of which “leads us to believe he wasn’t planning on being outside for an extended amount of time,” Timmons said. “He was going to meet with somebody, somebody we haven’t identified yet.”Several organizations have raised almost $10,000 in reward money for any information leading to the teen’s safe return.Dilly’s mother, Heather Dilly, spoke publicly for the first time on Friday since her son went missing.“There’s no words for any of this. I would never want anybody to go through this,” Heather Dilly told Cleveland ABC station WEWS. “I mean, somebody had to have seen something.”She said the investigation is taking so much longer than she anticipated and is praying her son comes home safely.“You see everything on TV, you watch all these crime shows and you think, ‘oh, that’s never going to happen.’ And they solve it in an hour. It doesn’t take an hour to find out everything,” she said. “I love you Harley, please come home. Please, I just … We need you, I don’t believe that you ran, but if you did just please, this isn’t you.”Timmons said that Harley’s cellphone was broken at the time he left his residence. The 14-year-old also has a “big social media presence” with accounts on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Reddit. There has been no activity on those accounts since his disappearance.Harley is 4 feet 9 inches tall, weighs 100 pounds, has brown hair and green eyes and was wearing glasses when he disappeared.Officials are asking anyone with information about his whereabouts to call the Port Clinton Police Department 419-734-3121.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Employers should ensure inventions developed by staff are company rather than individual property, a legal expert has warned. Mark Higgins, a partner and head of commercial litigation at Glasgow law firm Golds Solicitors, says the issue is often overlooked, leaving organisations open to claims.Although cases are unusual, Higgins said the increasing use of technology means they are likely to arise more frequently in future. Cases tend to be contentious because large amounts of money are involved. According to Higgins, an invention is the intellectual property of the employer if it is developed by the employee in the course of their normal duties, or outside these if assigned to them. This also applies if the employee has a special obligation towards the employer – for example if they are a senior member of staff with a duty to further the company’s interests.Unless the situation falls into one of these two categories, the invention is likely to belong to the employee – even if it is developed at work. Higgins cautioned that the burden of proof is usually on employers to prove ownership. “The problem is a very significant one”, he said, ” If the invention is later determined to belong to the employee then the employer may be prevented from using it.”One case involved a Greater Glasgow Health Board employee who invented an ophthalmic instrument. A court ruled in 1988 that it had not been developed in the course of normal duties and the invention was the employee’s.www.golds.co.uk Comments are closed. Firms warned over rise in staff claims for inventionsOn 22 Aug 2000 in Personnel Today
The sidewalk and metered parking beside the Bourse Building on Eighth Street near the Asbury Avenue intersection are barricaded as a precautionary measure.Barricades block pedestrian access to the sidewalk along Eighth Street between Asbury and Central avenues.The exterior wall of the brick building appears to be bulging outward between the first and second floors.The area was cordoned off when it was noticed that brick facade of the three-story building above the sidewalk was bulging outward, according to Ocean City Police Capt. Steve Ang.Work crews were on hand at the site Monday afternoon, bracing the side of the building.“Hopefully, it will be a minor wall repair,” said Joel A. Mott III, the building’s owner. We’re waiting for an engineer’s report. Better safe than sorry.”All businesses within the building remain open.The Bourse Building was constructed in 1895 and was originally home to Frank Darby Real Estate, Maddock’s Pharmacy, and Hole in the Wall by the Sea Light Lunch, according to Michael McMahon, an Ocean City Historical Museum trustee. It later was home to the first national chain store in Ocean City: G.C Murphy’s 5 & 10, which opened circa 1930.
In Montana Ruling, a Risk to Fossil-Fuel Expansion FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Bloomberg BNA:A district court decision stopping the expansion of a Montana coal mine provides a blueprint for environmental advocates to block other coal, oil, and gas projects across the country.“The decision has national significance, and it can and will be applied in other cases that we are bringing to challenge the federal government’s analysis of coal development, oil and gas development, and other fossil fuel projects,” Laura King, staff attorney at the Western Environmental Law Center, told Bloomberg BNA.Especially vulnerable could be two Bureau of Land Management decisions, King said. One, issued in 2015, made more than 80 billion tons of coal and nearly 10 million acres of land available for federal oil and gas leasing in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin. The second approved 147,000 acres for oil and gas leasing in Colorado.The U.S. District Court for the District of Montana found Aug. 14 that the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement didn’t fully consider the impacts of Signal Peak Energy’s proposed expansion of Bull Mountain Mine in Montana ( Mont. Envtl. Info. Ctr. v. U.S. Office of Surface Mining , 2017 BL 283856, D. Mont., No. CV 15-106-M-DWM, 8/14/17 ).The court ruled OSMRE violated the National Environmental Policy Act by focusing on the benefits of the mine plan while minimizing the environmental and social impacts of trains transporting coal to ports in Canada and on the Great Lakes, as well as the air pollution emissions of coal combustion.Had it been approved, Signal Peak’s mine would have been the biggest underground coal mine in the country, based on production, according to the Sierra Club.Hayden Baker, an attorney with Sullivan & Worcester LLP, told Bloomberg BNA that the decision “really shows how courts—and, by extension, nongovernmental organizations and states—can continue to use the other mechanisms at their disposal to slow down infrastructure in mining.”Rena Steinzor, an administrative law professor at the University of Maryland, said the decision shows how government is supposed to work.“That use of the separation of powers is an absolute model,” Steinzor told Bloomberg BNA. “There are three branches, and they are all supposed to provide checks and balances on each other. And [Judge Donald] Molloy checked and he balanced. The courts are particularly important in interpreting statutes, because otherwise we just have the agencies themselves doing it. “But attorney Baker also cautioned that one impediment to environmentalists using the strategy again is that each case is different and highly contingent on specific sets of facts.More: Court Provides Blueprint for Challenging Fossil Fuel Projects
The current expected credit loss standard—or CECL as it is more commonly called—will fundamentally change how U.S.-based financial institutions account for credit losses.Before CECL, FIs used relatively simple analytical models to account for losses based on actual defaults or on specific events that indicated a loss. Set to take effect for credit unions Dec. 15, 2021, CECL will require CUs to calculate expected loss over the whole lifetime of a loan.Below is a primer on this new accounting standard, including what you and your staff should be considering now to prepare for the changes ahead. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
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Over the last two years, Tony Romo and Jim Nantz have emerged as the hottest duo in sports media while working as CBS’ lead NFL broadcast announce team.Although the 38-year-old and the 59-year-old are separated by a generation, golf history links these two CBS talents. Nantz will chronicle the memorable 1998 Masters in his long-running-series, “Jim Nantz Remembers Augusta: Mark O’Meara at the Masters,” on Sunday, April 14 (1 p.m. to 2 p.m. ET).For its 64th consecutive Masters tournament, CBS will offer week-long coverage, highlighted by third-round coverage Saturday, April 13 (3-7 p.m. ET) and final-round coverage Sunday, April 14th (2-7 p.m. ET).CBS and Augusta collaborated on a re-design of on-air graphics, according to McManus. Otherwise, TV viewers should expect to see many familiar TV faces on their customary holes, including: — Nantz and top analyst Nick Faldo in the 18th hole tower.— Living legend Verne Lundquist on the par-three 16th Hole; his call of Tiger Woods’ 2005 chip-in is now part of sports history lore. (“In your life, have you ever seen anything like that?)— Plus, Ian Baker-Finch on the 17th hole; Peter Kostis on the 15th hole; Bill Macatee on the 14th hole; Dottie Pepper on the 13th hole; and Frank Nobilo on 11th and 12th holes. Amanda Balionis will handle interview duties. SN SOURCES:Romo wants record deal from CBSDuring a press call previewing CBS’ coverage of the 2019 Masters, Nantz told an interesting story about his friendship with Romo. Turns out Romo’s fondest sports memory as a kid was watching Nantz call the 1998 Masters, a tournament that often gets overlooked in the pantheon of memorable Masters moments.In that final round more than two decades ago, defying all the laws of sports, age and logic, a 58-year-old Jack Nicklaus was making an improbable charge for his seventh green jacket. But in his way stood a formidable field of young and established golf stars: 1992 Masters champ (and Nantz’s former college roommate) Fred Couples; 1994 PGA Champ Paul Azinger; future Masters champ Phil Mickelson; eventual major winners Jim Furyk and David Duval; and the year’s ultimate winner, Mark O’Meara.That spring, a teenage Romo was turning 18 and living in tiny Burlington, Wisc. Nicklaus, who had won his sixth Masters at age 46 in 1986, was Romo’s golf hero. After returning from church with his family, Romo and his father made a beeline for the TV.There was Nicklaus, sparking those familiar roars at Augusta National Golf Club.Romo, who had remembered Nantz’s classic line about Nicklaus winning the 1986 Masters at age 46 — “The Bear has come out of hibernation” — had his hair set on fire by Nantz’s 1998 opening for Nicklaus’ last hurrah: “Welcome to the final round of the Masters. And you are not going to believe what you are about to see.” Fast-forward many years. When the former Cowboys quarterback was recently asked about his favorite sports moment as a kid, it wasn’t a Super Bowl. He picked Nantz’s spine-tingling table setter for Nicklaus’ last stand at Augusta.As Romo recalled last year to Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated:”Honestly, this is how I talked to Jim when we first met. I have to tell you this story. Remember in 1986 when Jack Nicklaus comes back to win the Masters when he was down by like four on that Sunday. That was Jim Nantz’s first or second Masters. And (Nicklaus) was on the 16th green and (Nantz’s) line when Jack makes a putt was — I think it is one of his best lines ever — “The Bear … has come out of hibernation.” It still gives me goose bumps.But what people don’t remember, but I really do, is the 1998 line by Jim. The Masters did not come on until like noon or 1 p.m. so you didn’t even know what was happening on that Sunday morning. You could not just pull it up online or track it on the internet. You had to wait for the telecast to come on. So Nicklaus is 58 years old then, and my dad and I come home from church and we are waiting for the golf. Nicklaus is in contention. There are only five or six guys in front of him so if he plays a good front nine, he is in it. CBS comes on the air and Jim Nantz’s opening line is, “Hold on, folks, you are not going believe this.”Boom, my eyes get wide and I hit my elbow on my ceiling because I jumped so high. They go right to Nicklaus and he had birdied on three and six. The Masters had opened up with Nicklaus within like one of the lead at 58 years old. Anything bigger than that? Think about if Tiger Woods was within one of the lead at the Masters next year on the final Sunday.I know I’m going off on a tangent, but I told Jim about my feelings on 1998 one of the first times we went out to dinner. This is what I remember about Jim Nantz. That line encapsulates the moments we remember and if you can hit the line and nail it, which he does so often, I think that is really cool. That’s what I want to do with some of these moments. You can make people feel the moment.”MORE 2019 MASTERS:Odds for Tiger; favorites to winLike Romo does, Nantz remembers the 1998 Masters like it was yesterday.As Nantz recalls, the network’s first image coming out of black, as they say on TV, was Nicklaus playing his second shot to the second hole. Once the tournament was over, he moved on. But years later, somebody forwarded an article to Nantz with the quote from a certain Cowboys QB citing Nantz/Nicklaus in ’98. Call it the power of TV.”So it became a little more meaningful as time went on,” Nantz said.Or, as CBS Sports boss Sean McManus added: “So, once again, evidence that Tony Romo was destined to work with Jim Nantz.”
New York — Former Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez and his fiance, Jennifer Lopez are raising capital to purchase the Mets, according to a Variety report. The Miami power couple is said to be working with JP Morgan Chase’s Eric Menell, who serves as the bank’s co-head of North American media investment banking, to raise the capital to make a bid for the New York Mets. The team has suspended spring training in South Florida due to the coronavirus. The New York ball club is currently owned by the Wilpon family who were in talks to sell 80% of the team last year to hedge fund manager Steve Cohen in a deal that valued the club at $2.6 billion. But, negotiations fell apart after Cohen sought to amend the terms.J-Rod apparently want to get in the game just like another teammate of the slugger, Derek Jeter, who is a part owner of the Miami Marlins. The team’s managing partner is venture capitalist Bruce Sherman, while Jeter, who owns about 4% of the club, runs business and baseball operations. Jeter contributed about $25 million to the purchase of the team, which was sold for $1.2 billion. He is also forfeiting his $5 million salary during the outbreak to make payroll for the rest of the team.As a player, A-Rod entertained signing with the Mets as a free agent in 2000. He ultimately signed a record 10-year, $252 million deal with the Texas Rangers. He was then traded to the Yankees, where he won a World Series.J-Lo is from the Bronx, home of the Yankees.
Liam Guenther was solid in goal for Nelson in both games, registering a pair of shutouts.The series victory advances the Selects to the B.C. Soccer Provincial B Cup July 4-7 in Prince George.Nelson is off to Cranbrook this weekend to compete in the Sam Steele Days Rep Tournament.Selects earn silver in KalispellIn the final tune up before provincial playdowns the Nelson Selects U16 boys team went 3-1 and came away with a silver medal at the ‘3 Blind Refs’ Youth Soccer Tournament held recently in Kalispell, Montana. In their opener Saturday morning, a battle of the ‘Queen Cities’, Nelson dropped a 1-0 decision to Helena, Montana in a very evenly matched game and their only loss in the tournament. Helena scored the lone goal midway through the first half on a bending corner kick that beat keeper Liam Guenther.The Gem state squad would go on to win the tournament. Nelson rebounded strongly in their second match of the day knocking off Cranbrook-based Kootenay East 5-1.Nelson opened the scoring six minutes in when Owen Thurston pounced on a rebound following a free kick. Four minutes later, James Miller would add to the lead running on to and converting a well placed through ball in behind the defenders. In the 23rd minute Kootenay East would get one back closing out the first half scoring.The second half was all Nelson as the selects would add three more. Goals coming from Nigel Ziegler (32′), Guus Lammers (43′) and Miller with his second just 5 minutes later. Micah May was keeper for the Nelson side. Game three on Sunday saw Nelson dominate play over Columbia Valley on the pitch yet had to hang on for a 2-1 victory.Nelson missed many scoring chances and enjoyed most of the possession throughout. James Miller scored midway through the first half with Bryce Twible getting another early in the second. Columbia Valley scored their lone marker with a minute to go in the match.Micah May in net once again for the Selects. Nelson would finish the tournament that afternoon against host Flathead, Montana. Ziegler scoring late in the first half to give the selects a 1-0 lead, Flathead responded 10 minutes into the second half before James Miller got in behind the defence and scored the winner with two to go in an exciting finish and another 2-1 win. Guenther backstopped Nelson for the win. Once the Nelson Selects shook off the rust, it was clear sailing to Prince George.The Selects scored a pair of wins over Columbia Valley to capture the Kootenay Provincial B Cup U16 Boy’s Soccer Playdowns Sunday at the Lakeside Pitch.Nelson needed a late second half goal by Micah May to edge the East Kootenay visitors 1-0 in the opening tilt. Nelson dominated the play but had trouble finding the back of the net against the pesky Invermere-based squad.In game two the real Selects show up at the pitch.The first goal came at 14 minutes with Bryce Twible following up on the play and striking home a loose ball after much Nelson pressure. Twible would then feed James Miller two minutes later and Micah May added a third goal at 26 minute.In the second half Nelson continued going at the Columbia Valley goal but kept missing wide until Twible again would find the back of the net at 69 minute. One minute later Jake Anderson lofted the ball and fooled the Titans keeper from distance. Nelson would get their sixth and final goal one minute after that when Dylan Bennett would flick a free kick toward an unmarked Spencer Szabo who’d make no mistake putting it into the top right corner.