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Back in 2010, Premier Dalton McGuinty was forced to the revamp of the sex ed curriculum when parents complained it wasn appropriate to discuss oral and anal sex with 11 year olds and Grade 3 was too young to talk about sexual identity.

Wynne has already said she plans to move ahead with changes to sex ed.

My advice? Stick to balancing the books.

It ain broke so don fix it.

Much as Wynne needs to appear as if she doesn have a gay agenda, Hudak and his MPPs mustn be seen to be homophobic.

Ontarians are inherently fair. They don care that Wynne gay. In fact, some voters are quite proud this province was progressive enough to be the first one to have a lesbian premier.

Remember the Liberal flip flop in 1994 about Bill 167 legislation that would have given spousal benefits and adoption rights to same sex couples?

Liberals under leader Lyn McLeod flip flopped on support for it before the 1995 election and it cost them support.

It wasn that people saw same sex benefits as a key issue. They didn The economy, taxes and the mountain of debt accumulated by former NDP Premier Bob Rae were the burning issues.

But voters don like to see people treated unfairly. And McLeod was perceived to have betrayed the gay community.

Hudak must stay focused on issues such as jobs and the economy and leave the battle over sex ed for others to protest.

Her latest wish list of blackmail items she wants from the Liberals in return for her support is baffling.

Why would she want to be seen to be co operating with a government that so wildly unpopular, especially when the NDP is doing well in the polls?

Her demand that the government insist on a 15% roll back on car insurance premiums is simplistic at best; inane at worst.

Sure, no one going to defend the insurance industry. But as Horwath well knows, auto insurance is a complex business which can be micro managed by government. Unless, of course, she wants to be really bold and introduce public auto insurance. Or not.

Voters aren impressed by Deal Or No Deal politics.

It could be she doesn want to give the impression she can wait for the next election.

No party wants to be seen as the one that precipitates an early vote yet, they all have their reasons for wanting to go to the polls sooner rather than later.
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Each of the scholarship recipients will be honored at a halftime ceremony during the Class C Boys Basketball Final game March 24 at the Breslin Student Events Center in East Lansing. Commemorative medallions will be given to the finalists in recognition of their accomplishments.

Overviews of the scholarship recipients of the Class C Scholar Athlete Award follow. A quote from each recipient’s essay also is included:

Ellen Charlotte Laurenz, BreckenridgePlaying her third season of varsity basketball, ran four seasons of varsity cross country and will compete in her fourth season of varsity track field this spring. Earned all state athletic and academic honors in track and helped the cross country team to three top seven MHSAA Finals finishes. Served as captain of varsity teams for both cross country and basketball. Serving second year as student council president and vice president for Future Farmers of America chapter. Participated in a number of leadership endeavors as part of FFA, earning a number of awards. Also named a Good Citizens Award recipient by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Participating in third year of National Honor Society and this year as her chapter’s historian; also participates in German student exchange club and as part of her church youth group. Will attend Michigan State University and study agriculture and natural resources communications.

Essay Quote: “The season in which I was unable to participate (because of injury) gave me a new perspective on sportsmanship. It was during that time that I learned to appreciate every athlete for the effort they put into their sport, regardless of how fast or slow, talented or not they may be.”

Rachel Nesburg, CharlevoixPlaying fourth season of varsity basketball, ran four of varsity cross country and will play her fourth of varsity soccer and participate in her second of varsity track field this spring. Earned all league honors in basketball and soccer and all state in soccer and track; also earned multiple academic all state awards. Served as captain of basketball and soccer teams and owns multiple school records in track and soccer. Participating in second year of National Honor Society and served three years as class president. Also has served as president and vice president of local Zonta Club and co founded her community’s Junior Main Street Committee. Volunteered in a number of efforts including production of videos for local theaters to raise awareness of substance abuse. Also participates in Girl Scouts, her church youth group and SAFE Northern Michigan, and as a youth sports official and coach. Will attend University of Michigan and study pre physical therapy.

Essay Quote: “Sometimes a little motivation is all it takes to make someone’s situation better. Sportsmanship is about helping others grow and succeed when they get knocked down. In addition, when we lift others up, we raise our own confidence levels, which can create unlimited potential for success and achievement.”

Emma Pachulski, SaranacPlayed three seasons of varsity volleyball and will participate in her fourth of varsity track field this spring. Served as captain of both teams; earned all conference, all region and academic all state honors in volleyball and all county in track. Participating in second year of National Honor Society and attended American Legion Auxiliary Girls State. Also plays in school band; has served as percussion section leader and first chair clarinet and helped band to highest possible “1” rating at district competition. Participates in her school’s drama productions, earning lead female roles and serving as assistant director and lead choreographer. Serves as lead photographer on yearbook staff. Earned Sportsmanship Award, the highest honor, from local 4 H and also participates as part of her church’s youth group. Walked and raised funds to honor cancer survivors as part of Relay for Life. Will attend Grand Rapids Community College and study theatre media arts.

Essay Quote: “High school athletics is a place for students to learn life lessons. Practicing sportsmanship through athletics prepares youth for challenges they’ll encounter in adulthood. You know what they say perfect practice makes for a perfect performance. If high school is the practice, life is the performance.”

Jack Avery Harris, Ann Arbor GreenhillsPlayed three years of varsity tennis, earning three Lower Peninsula Division 4 Finals No. 1 doubles championships and helping his team to the 2015 title. Earned all state honors all three years, served as a team captain and is among nominees for the Detroit Catholic League Scholar Athlete Award for graduating seniors. Also has contributed to school chess club and forensics team state championships and played in the top jazz ensemble for three years. Served as chess club captain, head Gryphon Ambassador for school’s open house program and producer for ACTivate the Cure fundraiser performance for cancer research. Also has been involved in school drama productions all four years of high school. Is undecided what he will study, but will attend University of Michigan.

Essay Quote: “As a tennis player, there is nothing more frustrating than feeling like your opponents have less respect for your enjoyment than you do for theirs. But, from this seemingly flawed system, the greatest kind of student athlete is able to be formed. The greatest competitor in tennis calls every line as he sees it, cheating neither himself, nor an opponent. The measure of a great student athlete therefore relies not on one’s skill, but one’s character.”

Parker Hayes, BeavertonRan four years of varsity cross country and will participate in fourth season of varsity track field this spring; also played subvarsity basketball. Earned all state in cross country and also academic all state while earning multiple cross country and track league championships. Served as captain of the cross country team and earned multiple conference Sportsmanship Awards. Participating in third year of National Honor Society and carries a 4.0 grade point average after also taking classes from Mid Michigan Community College for three years. Participating in third year of Business Professionals of America and has served as vice president while earning a regional championship and making state and national finals. Holds rank of Eagle Scout and has served as senior patrol leader, certified instructor and certified lifeguard and earned membership in the Order of the Arrow. Participates in his church’s youth group and serves as Sunday School secretary. Will attend Northwood University and study accounting and finance.

Essay Quote: “My hope is that when others see me do the ‘right things’ in the middle of a competition, they may see my example and consider their own actions. I would love to see future competitions where every spectator and athlete shows good sportsmanship, where even the last place finisher feel like a champion.”

Bryant Kieft, WatervlietPlayed three years of varsity football, is playing his second of varsity basketball and will play his third of varsity baseball this spring; also wrestled as a freshman. Earned all state in football while setting his school’s receiving yards record and has earned all league recognition in both basketball and baseball; earned academic all state in baseball as a sophomore. Helped football team to multiple league titles and football and baseball teams to District titles. Captained all three varsity teams. Serving fourth year as class’ co president and this year as National Honor Society chapter vice president. Also has served as school’s representative at the Southwestern Athletic Conference Leadership Summit. Earned regional first place and state honorable mention at Michigan Industrial Technology Education Society competitions. Served two years on Watervliet Principal’s Committee and is in second of training in Whirlpool Apprenticeship Program. Will attend Grand Valley State University and study business and communications.

Essay Quote: “No matter the situation, I strive to set an example that displays the respect I have for my opponents, my teammates, my coaches, the officials and the game itself. We athletes are privileged to play a game we love, so we must treat it with the respect it deserves by displaying good sportsmanship at all times.”

Other Class C girls finalists for the Scholar Athlete Award were: Shelby Trevino, Beal City; Kendall Gassman, Bloomfield Hills Academy of the Sacred Heart; Kelleigh Keating, Bloomfield Hills Academy of the Sacred Heart; Morgan Hartline, Marcellus; Clara Johnson, Negaunee; Emily Spitzley, Pewamo Westphalia; Halie Robinson, Royal Oak Shrine Catholic; Kendahl Grace Overbeck, Saranac; and Melody Antel,
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Other Class C boys finalists for the Scholar Athlete Award were: Matthew Harazin, Bridgman; Ilhan Onder, Calumet; Joseph R. Claramunt, Harbor Springs; Thomas Kelbel, Harbor Springs; Evans Brown, Kalamazoo Hackett; Eric Vandefifer, Montrose; Luke Skewis, Negaunee; Colton Yesney, Negaunee; and Ben Hogan, North Muskegon.

Overviews of the scholarship recipients of the Class D Scholar Athlete Award follow. A quote from each recipient’s essay also is included:

Laura Lyons, Lake Linden HubbellPlayed three seasons of varsity volleyball, four of varsity basketball and will participate in her fourth of both softball and track field this spring. Earned all league honors for volleyball, softball and track and helped the volleyball team to league and District titles and the track team to league, Regional and 2017 Upper Peninsula Division 3 Finals championships. Participating in second year of National Honor Society and serving as her chapter’s president as well as student council president; served two terms as her class president. Also is serving as her marching band drum major, physics club president and previously served as bowl team captain. Has volunteered for a number of efforts, taught Sunday School at her church and worked as an official for youth volleyball, softball and basketball. Earned Gold and Bronze awards from the Girl Scouts. Will attend Michigan State University and study biochemistry.

Essay Quote: “Little things often go unnoticed but are the essence of who we are and what we become. As athletes we mirror our community and set a model for future generations. When we step out on the field or court, we represent not only ourselves, but our school, community and parents.”

Sophie Ruggles, Mount Pleasant Sacred HeartPlaying fourth season of varsity basketball after completing her third of varsity volleyball during the fall; also ran track as a sophomore. Earned all state first team honors in both basketball and volleyball and academic all state in both. Helped volleyball team to three league, four District and four Regional titles and basketball team to three league, District and Regional titles heading into this season plus a Class D runner up finish in 2016. Participating in fourth year of forensics and helped that team to a conference championship while earning all conference honors. Also helped quiz bowl and Model United Nations teams to conference titles. Serving fourth year as a Thrive Kids group leader and participating in second year of National Honor Society. Is undecided on what she will study, but will attend Michigan State University.

Essay Quote: “Sportsmanship is a tricky thing to define. Is it determined by a list of rules of things you have to do: Shake everyone’s hand. Never argue with a call. Always help someone up when they fall. It can be all of these things, yes; but it is what is behind the actions that embodies these words.”

Peter Kalthoff, Hillsdale AcademyPlayed four seasons of varsity soccer and is playing his fourth of varsity basketball; also intends to participate in his second season of varsity track field this spring. Started all four seasons of both soccer and basketball, helping both teams to District titles and the soccer team to a league title. Scored his 1,000th career basketball point as a junior. Earned all state in multiple events in track field, and also earned all state recognition in soccer and basketball. Participating in fourth year of National Honor Society and his school’s service club, and served as president of the latter. Also participating in his fourth years of drama, chamber choir and vocal band and previously participated in string quartet, high school orchestra and Michigan Youth Symphony Orchestra. Selected to participate in Cambridge International and Center Stage strings festivals as violinist, and served as part of the Governor’s Honor Guard for Boy Scouts. Achieved black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Will attend University of Michigan or Hillsdale College and study music performance.

Essay Quote: “Even off the court or playing field, our words and deeds will leave impressions. The good sportsman, even in day to day life, will dependably seek to give the impression he wants others to take.”

Aaron Jacob Fahrner, Owendale GagetownPlayed four seasons of varsity football, is playing his fourth of varsity basketball and will play his fourth of varsity baseball this spring. Earned all state honors in all three sports and has captained both the football and basketball teams; helped his three teams to a combined five league championships heading into this winter. Serves on MHSAA Student Advisory Council. Carries a 4.0 grade point average and will enter college with 39 credits. Serving third year as class president and also this year’s National Honor Society chapter president, his school band’s president and as yearbook editor for the second year. Also serving third year as part of the Huron County Youth Advisory Committee and has taken part in multiple volunteer efforts. Will attend Michigan State University and study agri business management.

Essay Quote: “In high school athletics, students are all put on a team together; each must be willing to work with one another to achieve a common goal, putting their differences aside to be competitive and to succeed. An athlete with good sportsmanship respects teammates, coaches and officials. Mary; Andrew Pechette, Kinde North Huron; Andrew Hager, Mio; Jeremiah Torrey, Onekama; and Thomas Hursey, Suttons Bay.
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Humboldt State University head football coach Rob Smith said today that he intends to resign after what will be a 10 year tenure with the program.

Smith announcement comes one month after the university announced it would not be cutting the football program, which followed months of uncertainty surrounding budget issues with the Athletics Department and university.

Smith said he met with interim Athletics Director Duncan Robins today to discuss details of the decision and plans to have another meeting with Robins on Friday.

have plenty to say once the decision is finalized. A lot of it has to do with where I at in my life, Smith said to the Times Standard today. be 61 by next season. I not getting any younger and I got a son playing in southern Oregon now and I like to watch him play. told the Times Standard on this afternoon that he is working to build a football program with Smith continuing as head coach. Robins said he will continue to meet with Smith.

is very jittery given what we been through over the last six months, Robins said. I hope that everyone can help us build a program rather than look to tear it apart before we had a chance to get it going again.

think the rumors took many of us by storm and shocked us and even pissed us off a little bit given how much we been working to build this program, Robins said.

Smith had informed Athletics Department boosters earlier this week about his intention to resign, according to several boosters who spoke to the Times Standard today.

Since he was hired as head coach in 2008, Smith has led the Jacks to two GNAC championship titles in 2011 and 2015 as well as to the NCAA Division II playoffs in 2015.

think the general consensus is everyone is happy for him and we thankful for the 10 years he gave us and what he did with the program, HSU alumni and booster Jim Redd said.

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Another booster, Hensel ACE Hardware owner Ceva Courtemanche, said she is sad to hear Smith plans to resign, but said the fundraising efforts to secure the next five years of the HSU football program show community support for the program won waver.

coaches and the players and the administration always come and go, but this community stays here and we always going to fight for Athletics at HSU, she said. we in it and we not going to stop. Hopefully we can get a good coach in here to built up the program just like Rob Smith did 10 years ago. HSU Vice President of Administrative Affairs and athletics booster Burt Nordstrom said he is also disappointed to hear of Smith plans to resign, but also confident that the university will be able to continue the coach legacy.

hopefully that they be able to build on the success that Rob has built and put together, Nordstrom said. hope the new coaching staff is able to build on that and have success. Houston can be reached at 707 441 0504.
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Evans previously served as Dean of the Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy, from 1994 2017. Lee is a visionary leader for the School and the profession. program at Auburn, and subsequently two curricular revisions to keep HSOP at the forefront of pharmacy education. The school shifted the pedagogy to student centered learning which was designed to create life long learners who can work collaboratively in teams; instituted a longitudinal patient care responsibility for students that starts in the first professional year and extends throughout the curriculum; increased the numbers of faculty, students and staff and corresponding budget; and facilitated the intense use of technology in the curriculum.

HSOP flourished under his leadership, routinely ranking among the top 20 percent of pharmacy schools in the country. Dr. Evans was also instrumental in physically growing the school, spearheading two major construction projects: the addition of the Education and Clinical Wing in 2006 and the Pharmaceutical Research Building in 2017. In that time, he was also instrumental in raising more than $26 million in gifts and commitments to HSOP.

Before coming to Auburn, he held the post of Chairman, Division of Pharmacy Practice, and Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Psychiatry, University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC) from 1987 to 1994. He also held the post of Director, Psychopharmacy Education and Research, Western Missouri Mental Health Center, which operated one of seven postgraduate psychopharmacy residency and fellowship training programs in the United States. Dr. Evans also held an appointment in the UMKC School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry.

In 1973, he joined the faculty of the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, College of Pharmacy in Memphis where he pursued his interest in psychiatric pharmacy. In 1975 he joined the faculty at UMKC to become Project Coordinator for Development of the Clinical Practice Models in Community Pharmacies. Subsequently, he became Section Head of Ambulatory Care Instruction and initiated the psychiatric pharmacy education and research program located at Western Missouri Mental Health Center. His clinical practice, teaching, and research focus was on the appropriate pharmacotherapy of psychiatric patients.

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NORTH LONDONDERRY TWP., Lebanon County A human resources manager of Lowe in Palmyra is accused of stealing more than $130,000 from the company.

Keynan Kinard, 25, allegedly applied for, and later activated, 41 Network Cards for employees who had either quit Lowe or were terminated, according to charging documents. Network Cards are offered to employees who do not have bank accounts paychecks are loaded onto the cards and at the point, they used as normal debit cards for purchases or ATM withdraws.

When contacted by the Lowe corporate office about the increased number of Network Cards, Kinard blamed a manager, claiming that the new manager made a mistake. Kinard then told corporate that he would correct the problem.

In addition to the uptick of Network Cards, a Loss Prevention Officer noticed that the 41 employees had pay increases after they left Lowe The officer also discovered that some employees had overtime assigned for their pay period while others had vacation time and bereavement leave, charging documents say.

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Lowe attempted to reach out to all of the employees affected by the scam. The company made contact with three of them the individuals denied making changes to their W 4 and signing up for Network Cards. They also reported that during employment, their paychecks were direct deposited.

After hearing the conflicting stories, the Loss Prevention Officer interviewed Kinard. According to charging documents, Kinard admitted to the theft of funds, changing the addresses and dependents on the W 4 and completing the paperwork for the employees to activate their Network Cards. Kinard also told the officer that he changed the pay rate for each employee, clocked them in and out to show unworked hours and used the Network Cards at various ATM to obtain cash.

It was also determined that Kinard was using the funds for personal gain he originally told the officer that the money was used to pay back restitution for an insurance fraud arrest.

The money Kinard stole was placed in two banks, Members 1st and BB as well as through ATM transactions.

The Harrisburg resident faces charges of dealing in proceeds of unlawful activity, theft by unlawful taking, identity theft, unlawful use of a computer, access device fraud and tampering with record, court documents show.
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The program named ”HP World on Wheels” (WoW). The program aims to initiate creating opportunities in the rural communities. This HP initiative dreams about empowering people everywhere for building prosperous and better life. The program supports ‘Digital India’ initiative as stated by the company.

Managing director of HP India Mr. Rajiv Shrivastawa said that to make the dream of development in economic and social fields in India, it is vital to provide quality education. For such quality education, we have to think out of the box to find out better than ever solutions.

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HP World on Wheel program estimated to reach villages counting approximately 6400 Indian villages. This range would affect more than 15 million people in coming 6 years span. This 15 million person will get benefits of this digital India education campaign.

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Sales for the brand that has the same demographic appeal of casual, youth oriented top sellers TOMS, UGGs and Vans has been doubling every year.

Geared to urban youth, surfers and young travelers, Cushe come with the comfortable, worn look of a favorite shoe.

They also have retail elasticity which means that prices can range from $25 for high end flip flops to $185 for all weather women boots. That range lets Cushe retail in surf shops, athletic specialty shops and upscale retailers like Nordstrom really has the sweet spot in the lifestyles (shoe market) today, said Perez.

The brand has a different feel and culture compared to Wolverine more established brands.

During the introduction of 2013 Spring/Summer collection, Cushe distributor gathering was low key to reflect the brand. It was beer and exotic nuts compared to the wine and hors d party and glitzy fashion show for Hush Puppies held a few nights earlier.

The parties are designed to convey the theme and culture of each brand. An artist was hired to create vignettes out of old grocery bags and other recyclables for displaying the latest Cushe shoes.

One of the regions where Cushe is gaining traction is Central America, says Roberto Palomo, with ADOC, the biggest footwear retailer in Central America. The brand appeals to 20 and 30 something musicians, artists and surfers.

appreciate the quality and detail, said Palomo.

One of the ways ADOC markets and sells Cushe is by sending a 1970s era Volkswagen bus to beaches,
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malls and music events to promote and sell the shoes. He also helped the Cushe team set up a video shoot on the beaches of Costa Rica featuring well known surfers showing off the Cushe product line while enjoying the outdoors.