Very High$99$149$219$249Quote By Brooklyne Beatty – August 19, 2020 2 568 Facebook Twitter Previous articleSearch warrant yields drugs, stolen handgun in Chikaming TownshipNext articleTexas-based mattress company to build new facility in La Porte, bringing 350 new jobs Brooklyne Beatty IndianaLocalNews Fall is right around the corner, and St. Joseph County residents can now register for leaf pick-up services.Interested residents may register for four fall passes, weather permitting, and one spring pass. Rates will depend on tree density and leaf volume.Residential Service rates are as follows: Google+ TAGS20/20decemberfallIndianaleafOctoberpick-upratesregistrationSt. Joseph County Google+ 1st 1500 Subscribers2nd 1500 SubscribersPrior to October 1stPrior to SnowPost Snow/Spring Facebook Medium$59$59$129$159Quote Twitter Avg. Tree Density/Leaf VolumeEarly BirdPre-SeasonActive SeasonSnow/Spring Pinterest Pinterest Low$39$39$69$99Quote WhatsApp St. Joseph County residents may now register for fall leaf pick-up Those interested can register online at www.SJCLP.com.Leaf collection will begin on October 19 and will be on-going through December 18, weather permitting. WhatsApp High$79$129$159$189Quote
With the presidential race heating up in America, one candidate has been embraced by the live music/jam community more than others: Bernie Sanders. Interestingly, it seems the Sanders family has some love for the community as well, as Sanders’ wife Jane O’Meara Sanders recently spoke about being a fan of the Grateful Dead and Phish, and even attending the Woodstock Festival, in an interview with Bloomberg.At first glance, that information is enough to make even the casual fan grin. “From Woodstock To White House?” – certainly an eye-catching headline, but a closer look at the episode of “With All Due Respect” shows a more amateur side to the fandom of Mrs. Sanders.When asked about Woodstock, Sanders recalls: “Listening to the music was unbelievable, but what was fun was they had—it was raining all the time so everyone was jumping in the mud, it was fantastic.” The hosts ask for her favorite musical moment from the experience, and she says that there were just too many to count. Fair enough. The festival was 47 years ago, and Mrs. Sanders definitely gets some street cred for being there.The hosts then ask her about her taste in music, and she replies that she likes the Grateful Dead “and now Phish.” They ask how many Grateful Dead shows she’s been to, and Sanders replies that she had kids early in life and never got a chance to see the band perform live. “A Deadhead who hasn’t seen The Dead,” they muse.It gets even rougher, as Mrs. Sanders struggles to identify what her favorite Grateful Dead song is. The hosts wind up helping her out, offering up “Ripple” and “Truckin’” before she recognizes the latter by its name. Phew. She explains that remembering song names was never her cup of tea.All in all, however, things could be much worse. At least the Sanders family isn’t listening to Nickelback.
Its no secret, credit unions are spending millions of dollars every year integrating technologies. These integrations happen vendor to core and vendor to vendor. It seems an unavoidable cost of doing business. But is it?The CUNA Technology Council launched a cooperative initiative with council members and credit union vendors to solve this expensive problem. This initiative is called Credit Union Financial Exchange Standards (CUFX Standards). As a cooperative effort for credit unions and vendors, CUFX is creating integration standards. These standards have a pre-set mapping of data field so every time a credit union needs to map this data field it is a plug and play standard versus a professional services development project. CUFX’s experience is indicating the savings to credit unions will be time to market of a new product or service can be launched in half the time.This cost saving initiative is provided at no cost to credit unions or vendors. There may be some incremental development costs in the creation of a standard but a lot of the work is jointly done with the credit union, the vendor and a team of volunteer developers from the Tech Council.The beauty of CUFX Standards is that once the standard has been developed it is now available to any credit union working with this vendor for integration. It is truly a cooperative effort in the true spirit of the movement. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Flanagan fired in a fine finish for his first Liverpool goal as the Reds thumped Tottenham 5-0 at White Hart Lane on Sunday, a result which brought about the sacking of Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas. Captain Luis Suarez scored twice and had a hand in Liverpool’s three other goals. Press Association The Uruguay forward and Jordan Henderson drew lavish praise from their manager, but Rodgers also found time to pay tribute to 20-year-old defender Flanagan. Rodgers had looked to send the homegrown youngster on loan for experience, but admitted he changed his mind after Flanagan’s eye-catching performance in the 3-3 derby draw with Everton last month. Rodgers said: “Only one club has come in for him on loan, a club in League One. “He’s a terrific boy that has played for the under-21s, in practice games with about two people watching. “And whoever he’s up against, he doesn’t change. I thought when he came in for a few games this was a kid that can handle it. “And since he came in and played in the derby, where he was man of the match against Everton, he’s been fantastic. “His confidence has grown and grown over time. “A young player like that, probably a couple of years ago, might not have had a chance. “Or maybe someone comes in, does well for a few games then drifts away. “So I’ve said to him, ‘just play every game as if you haven’t cracked it, go out and be the best you can be’, and that’s what he’s done. “His goal was a brilliant finish. I’m delighted for him, he’s a real good boy and you can see how much it means for him and the supporters.” Liverpool’s victory at Spurs pushed them up to second in the Premier League table, but Rodgers was quick to play down any talk of a title tilt this term. He said: “We’re not even thinking about that to be honest. We’re working on our style of football going forward. “You can be looking to finish fourth, or third or second, but eventually you want to be winning the league. “The year before I came it was eighth, then last season we finished seventh. “But realistically we just have to keep fighting. You look at the depths of some of the squads. “If we can keep continuing to improve our football, let’s just see where that takes us.” Jon Flanagan is fast proving his Barclays Premier League pedigree, according to Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers.