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Longtime NFL reporter John Clayton dies after brief illness

John Clayton, who carved a legendary name for himself in Seattle sports media during a 36-year career in the region, died Friday. Clayton was 67 years old. In a statement late Friday, the Seahawks said Clayton died after a brief illness. Clayton’s latest story on MyNorthwest.com appeared just over a week ago, on March 10. […]

Meditech executive says collaboration with Google Health will bring search simplicity to EHR

Google’s search capability is ubiquitous. Now, Google Health, the health information products and services arm of Alphabet, aims to bring its search and summary capabilities to the world of EHRs. On Tuesday at the HIMSS Global Health Conference and Expo in Orlando, Google Health and EHR provider Meditech announced a collaboration that they say can […]

Environmental Factor – February 2022: Environmental justice, health disparities top at addiction meeting

“We plan to work together, through the NIEHS, to come up with creative and innovative recommendations to bring to our leaders so that we can advance collaborations that address these complex, multi-sector issues,” Dixon said. (Photo courtesy of Steve McCaw/NIEHS) Environmental justice, research on chemicals such as lead and science communication (see box) were the […]

The Nonprofit Times

Donor activity nears early levels of pandemic Nonprofits are reporting a rebound in their giving fortunes in early 2022, following a pullback in 2021 from 2020’s heightened generosity in the early months of the pandemic. That said, funding levels are not where they were during the early months of the pandemic, according to the 2022 […]

Vikings discuss coaching job with Jim Harbaugh

MINNEAPOLIS – Jim Harbaugh has taken a step towards a potential return to the NFL. Harbaugh and the Minnesota Vikings had an exploratory conversation about the team’s vacant head coaching position on Saturday, a person with knowledge of the process told The Associated Press. The person, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the team […]

LeGeyt appointed President and CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters: Broadband Breakfast

February 9, 2021 – News organizations must have broad representation in the communities they cover to reflect perspectives that would otherwise be missed, a panel of journalists said at a communications law conference. It is not enough to simply cover events involving people of color for the sake of diversity, heard the virtual conference hosted […]

RIP: Recall of influential people who died in 2021

Other politicians the world has said goodbye to this year include former US Vice President Walter F. Mondale, former South African President FW de Klerk, former Senator Bob Dole, former President South Korean Roh Tae-woo, radio host Rush Limbaugh, former Delaware Governor Ruth Ann Minner, former Danish Prime Minister Poul Schlueter and Iranian Ambassadors Ali […]

Live from the LendingTree Bowl: Day 4 of Mobile ends in celebration!

History links Photo Galleries: Press conference / Team photo | Mardi Gras parade Video of the press conference. MOBILE, Alabama (EMUEagles.com) – Don’t worry, football is (almost) here! That’s right, fans, the 2021 LendingTree Bowl between Eastern Michigan University and Liberty University is tomorrow, December 18th. Ahead of kick-off, the Eagles spent an extra day […]

Washington Nationals Outlook Countdown: No.17 – Daylen Lile

[ed. note – “With interest in the Washington Nationals’ farm system at a high level, Federal Baseball has begun a series featuring the top 30 prospects in the system as of late last season, according to Baseball America. We will start with No. 30 and work our way to the top over the next few […]

NYT’s Wirecutter Union Threatens To March During Busiest Time Of Year If New Contract Is Not Signed

The Wirecutter union is fed up. After nearly two years of contract negotiations with the management of the product review and recommendation site and its parent company The New York Times Company, Wirecutter’s 67-member union threatened earlier this week to pull out – virtually – Of the site’s largest period of the year: Black Friday. […]

Carl Alexoff 1928-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

HADDONFIELD, NJ – Carl Alexoff, 93, engineer, lottery pioneer, entrepreneur and Navy veteran, died at home on Sunday, October 24, 2021. Carl was born in Campbell in 1928. Carl’s life embodied the American dream. The son of immigrants, he graduated from Youngstown College, now Youngstown State University, as a member of his first engineering class […]

Lawmakers investigate Big Tobacco perjury ahead of Big Oil showdown

In April 1994, seven top tobacco CEOs told Congress they didn’t think nicotine was addictive. Two years later, they were all under federal investigation for potentially lying under oath and not anymore at the head of their struggling cigarette companies. Democrats believe oil industry and trade association leaders who appear tomorrow in a high-profile hearing […]

Colorado Rockies can learn from Atlanta Braves’ woes

October 23, 2021; Cumberland, Georgia, United States; Atlanta Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos celebrates after the Atlanta Braves beat the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 6 of the 2021 NLCS to advance to the World Series at Truist Park. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports Maybe the Colorado Rockies just need a little scandal and […]

Comfortable fall fashion and Canali luggage: October’s best-designed items

A new Trésor model from Omega’s De Ville collection offers classic styling with subtle new details. Omega’s new power reserve chronometer, featuring one of the brand’s most sophisticated movements, is a sleek addition to its De Ville Trésor line. The very first Trésor, introduced in 1949, was a refined dress watch with a slim profile […]

Canon Launches World’s First Large Format Printer with Fluorescent Pink Water-Pigment Ink for High-Value Graphics and Output Applications

“Radiant Infusion”, a unique Canon technology, layers fluorescent pink ink with other inks on the surface of the paper during printing, to create vivid and smooth color reproduction. This enables the printing of high color graphics that support the expansion of a company’s printing capabilities. Fluorescent pink ink can also be used to print in […]

How to spend a 401k in an IRA

Editorial independence We want to help you make better informed decisions. Certain links on this page – clearly marked – may direct you to a partner website and earn us a referral commission. For more information, see How we make money. One of the most common benefits of working for an employer is the company […]

The hot new technology for self-driving cars is … radar

Yes, we’re talking about radar, the same technology that began as a curiosity at the turn of the 20th century, helped Britain fend off the Luftwaffe during WWII, and long allowed weather forecasting and enabled air traffic controllers to keep our sky. safe. Today, radar is no longer reserved for airplanes and military installations. A […]

Third Time is a Charm as Kerry goes with a sure pair of hands in Jack O’Connor

You might as well never go back. Assuming it is ratified at Monday’s county board meeting, Jack O’Connor will take the reins as Kerry’s manager for the third time after the five-man committee appointing him was awarded on Friday evening. O’Connor will have Micheál Quirke and Diarmuid Murphy as coaches, with hopes that former Down […]

How the portals of the past ended up in Golden Gate Park

Lloyd Lake is generally a quiet scene in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Golden Gate Park on a bright day. The water is always calm as the ducks swim through the pond and visitors make their way to the small waterfall from one edge. On the northwest side, a majestic portico sits […]

Austin Calaman appointed new CEO of Lewes BPW

When Austin Calaman joined the Lewes Board of Public Works as Deputy Managing Director in June 2016, he had very little experience in the utilities industry. But in the first few months of the job he immersed himself, spending a week in the field in each department, learning all he could. Over the next five […]

Blizzard’s senior HR manager is also gone, as damning new report emerges

Activision Blizzard has confirmed that another Blizzard superior is no longer with the studio. Old Snow storm President J. Allen Brack, who left the developer this week, isn’t the only senior to leave the legendary studio. Activision Blizzard confirmed to Bloomberg that the head of human resources, Jesse Meschuk, had also left this week. Meschuk […]

Oakland Athletics might as well pack for a possible Las Vegas move

Now it looks like it’s only a matter of time before Oakland Athletics moves to Las Vegas. Oakland City Council met on Tuesday to discuss the team’s plans to build a new baseball stadium in Howard Terminal. While the vote appears to be a victory for Athletics’ potential to stay in Oakland, the reality is […]

Cool Art Show returns to St. Petersburg Coliseum

A long-standing tradition on the St. Petersburg art scene is returning after a pandemic-induced hiatus. The Cool Art Show returns to the air-conditioned oasis of the Colosseum on July 24 and 25. The show is presented by the artist-run non-profit association, the Professional Association of Visual Artists (PAVA), which was formed in 1988. Shortly after […]

The Bombay Club closed “for a total renovation, reopening in service on Monday August 2”

815 Connecticut Ave, NW Extract from a press release: “Restaurateur Ashok Bajaj’s first Washington restaurant, the Bombay Club, will close on Sunday July 4 for a complete makeover to both the front and back of the house, reopening for service on Monday August 2. Executive Chef Nilesh Singhvi will also introduce new dishes while retaining […]