Governor Wolf Orders the Commonwealth Flag at Half-Staff to Honor Central City Mayor Woodrow W. Clapper Jr.

first_img Flag Order,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has ordered the Commonwealth flag at the Capitol Complex and at all public buildings and grounds throughout Central City to fly at half-staff to honor Mayor Woodrow “Woody” W. Clapper Jr.Mayor Woodrow W. Clapper Jr., 81, passed unexpectedly on July 10, 2018. He held the position of mayor of Central City for over 21 years and served our nation in the United States Army and the United States Air Force during the Korean War, earning a Purple Heart.The Commonwealth flag shall be lowered immediately, Thursday, July 12, 2018, and lowered until sunset on the day of interment. All Pennsylvanians are invited to participate in this tribute.The United States flag shall remain at full staff during this tribute. July 12, 2018 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Governor Wolf Orders the Commonwealth Flag at Half-Staff to Honor Central City Mayor Woodrow W. Clapper Jr.last_img read more

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Passi City ‘drug-cleared’

first_img* no clandestine drug laboratory, drugwarehouse, clandestine chemical warehouse or marijuana cultivation site ILOILO – Today, the component city ofPassi would be formally declared as “drug-cleared.” The regional oversight committee onthe campaign against illegal drugs would make the formal declaration. * no drug pusher, user, protector orfinancier The committee is composed of theDepartment of Health, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, Philippine NationalPolice, and Department of Interior and Local Government. “Gin-trabahonaton ang mga persons who used drugs in ourbarangays. Ginpa-undergocommunity-based rehabilitation in four to six weeks,” said Palmares. The city met all the parameters forsuch status set by the Dangerous Drugs Board, said Mayor Stephen Palmares. Section 6 of Dangerous Drugs BoardRegulation No. 3, Series of 2017 set the following parameters:center_img * no available illegal drugs * no drug den; and * no drug transit / transshipmentactivity Making Passi City drug-free was on topof his agenda when he became the mayor, said Palmares. Passi is a 4th class city. Accordingto the 2015 census, it has a population of 80,544 people in 51 barangays. Considered to be one of the oldestSpanish settlements in Iloilo (it was organized as a pueblo or communitysettlement of natives in 1766, Passi became a component city of Iloilo in1998./PNlast_img read more

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MLB awards 2019: Full list of nominees, winners for MVP, Rookie of the Year, Cy Young and more

first_imgBecause of the tight races, this week will be a fun one for baseball fans not quite ready to let go of the 2019 season.MORE: Mike Trout wins 2019 SN Player of the YearAwards will be announced on MLB Network from Monday through Thursday.Here are all of the nominees and award winners.AL MVPWinner: Mike Trout (Angels)Other finalists: Alex Bregman (Astros), Marcus Semien (A’s)NL MVPWinner: Cody Bellinger (Dodgers)Other finalists: Anthony Rendon (Nationals), Christian Yelich (Brewers)AL Cy YoungWinner: Justin Verlander (Astros)Other finalists: Gerrit Cole (Astros), Charlie Morton (Rays)NL Cy YoungWinner: Jacob deGrom (Mets)Other finalists: Hyun-Jin Ryu (Dodgers), Max Scherzer (Nationals)AL Rookie of the YearWinner: Yordan Alvarez (Astros)Other finalists: Brandon Lowe (Rays), John Means (Orioles)NL Rookie of the YearWinner: Pete Alonso (Mets)Other finalists: Mike Soroka (Braves), Fernando Tatis Jr. (Padres)AL Manager of the YearWinner: Rocco Baldelli (Twins)Other finalists: Aaron Boone (Yankees), Kevin Cash (Rays)NL Manager of the YearWinner: Mike Schildt (Cardinals)Other finalists: Craig Counsell (Brewers), Brian Snitker (Braves)AL Comeback Player of the YearTo be announced. While some 2019 MLB awards are obvious, such as Yordan Alvarez for AL Rookie of the Year, others could cause controversy.Take the MVP races, for example, where Alex Bregman and Mike Trout have legitimate arguments in their favor for the AL honor, while Cody Bellinger, Anthony Rendon and Christian Yelich each would be deserving winners in the NL. Finalists: Lucas Giolito (White Sox), Hunter Pence (Rangers) and Jorge Soler (Royals)NL Comeback Player of the YearTo be announced.Finalists: Josh Donaldson (Braves), Sonny Gray (Reds) and Hyun-Jin Ryu (Dodgers)last_img read more

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February 27 2008 We continue our series of report

first_imgFebruary 27, 2008 We continue our series of reports on the installation of a new set of solar panels at the Visitors’ Parking and Access area. [see reports from 2/18 – 2/25/08]. We continue our series of reports on the installation of a new set of solar panels at the Visitors’ Parking and Access area. [see reports from 2/18 – 2/25/08]. Construction and metal shop volunteer, Darina Trendafilova, has cut the individual pieces for the steel frame on which the solar panels will be mounted. Now she welds heavy brackets to the frame pieces. [Photo: Scott Riley & text: sa] Arcosanti is built on marginal land, on the south edge of a mesa. Intense winds whistle and sometimes roar through the high desert that surrounds the site. [see 7/24/06 report of the actual mini tornado, that heavily damaged the visitors entrance] … to explain the very heavy gage of steel for the solar panel frame. [Photo: Scott Riley & text: sa] Visiting alumni Adam Nordfors and Angus Gluck assemble the outer frame of a storage shed that will house the control unit and batteries for the solar panels, on a concrete slab at the south-west corner of the recycling area, right next to the visitors parkinglot. As we mentioned, the panels will power path lighting in the visitors parking lot and along the path from the parking area to the Crafts III entrance. Next report of this series will be posted on 2/29/08. [Photo: Scott Riley & text: sa]last_img read more

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