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Wichita readying for NCAA tournament Years of planning are starting to come together in the days before the NCAA basketball tournament comes to Wichita.

NCAA game times released for WichitaNCAA game times released for WichitaINTRUST Bank Arena officials have released practice and game time schedules for the NCAA tournament games.

INTRUST Bank Arena officials have released practice and game time schedules for the NCAA tournament games.

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The Shockers are tournament bound for the seventh straight season. Wichita State draws a No. 4 seed in the East Region and will battle No. on Friday in San Diego on TNT.

The Jayhawks are coming to Wichita for the NCAA TournamentThe Jayhawks are coming to Wichita for the NCAA TournamentThe Kansas Jayhawks are heading to Wichita as a No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament. This is the eighth tie in the last 12 years for KU to earn one of the four top seeds and it’s also the 29th straight year they’ve made an appearance in the NCAAs.

The Kansas Jayhawks are heading to Wichita as a No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament. This is the eighth tie in the last 12 years for KU to earn one of the four top seeds and it’s also the 29th straight year they’ve made an appearance in the NCAAs.

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The City of Wichita has responded to a lawsuit filed in federal court following the December 2017 death of Andrew Finch.

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The city of Wichita has filed a response to a federal lawsuit filed in the deadly swatting case that killed Andrew Finch in December after police received a fake call.

The city of Wichita has filed a response to a federal lawsuit filed in the deadly swatting case that killed Andrew Finch in December after police received a fake call.

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The Summer Jazz Series has moved from Friday to Sunday nights at 19 Okanagan Grill and Bar located at Two Eagles Golf Course. Aug. 10, 24 and some dates in September. Despite some health hiccups earlier this year, West Kelowna’s Michael Garding shines on sax.

Garding is joined by veteran musician Brian McMahon on upright bass; Neville Bowman, formerly of the award winning trio Just in Time, on piano and vocals; and Lonnie Burma, who has over 40 year of music experience, on drums.

This is Garding’s 13th year playing at 19.

We recently enjoyed a warm summer evening on 19’s patio listening to the Garding quartet’s new take on traditional jazz standards, described as the kind of music that goes nicely with a glass of wine and a nice meal.

Popular menu items at 19 include fish tacos, lettuce cups and the vintage salad.

Watch for Bernie Addington to sit in with the quartet Sunday night.

Addington has toured across Canada and plays the upright bass with passion. Reservations are recommended by calling 250 768 3133.

Luci Skaken has opened a naturopathic practice in West Kelowna. Skaken practices family medicine with a special interest in nutrition and longevity.

Skaken studied at the University of Alberta and the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland where she graduated with a degree in naturopathic medicine.

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the former Natural Harvest Market location. To make an appointment, call 1 800 747 5447. locations. The money was raised through its Community Care Fund.

Original Joe’s community pint program is part of their Community Care Fund and provides its restaurants the opportunity to fundraise on behalf of a charity of their choice.

A new beneficiary is selected every four months and 50 cents from a featured pint is donated to the cause.

Special Olympics provides sports programs and competitions for more than 4,300 athletes with intellectual disabilities opportunities in 57 communities around the province

On the Westside, Original Joe’s is located at 114 3000 Louie Dr.

The Bonfire restaurant at the Cove Lakeside Resort hosts Westbank Rotary Club’s fifth annual Wine and Food Extravaganza on Aug. 14. and enjoy a welcome glass of wine while enjoying music provided by James Elser. Each course will be paired with a wine from a West Kelowna winery. Quails’ Gate, Mission Hill, Mount Boucherie, Kalala Organic, and Rollingdale as well as Little Straw Vineyards are donating wine for this event.

Tickets cost $70 each and are available at the West Kelowna UPS Store and any Westbank Rotarian.

Deborah Hartloff, owner and operator of Love of Wildlife in West Kelowna, is starting a new chapter in her life as she has retired and closed her art studio. Love of Wildlife which Hartloff opened in 1999 was her dream business. She loved every minute running after school and evening classes as well as summer camps.

Many of her students had been coming to her art classes since they were five years old and left when they graduated from high school. A number of her former students have gone on to study art in university and elite art schools throughout Canadian and Europe.

Hartloff said she is grateful for the support she has received in the community.

Judy McCappin let us know she will be closing her business, In N Out, at the end of August. Her store specializes in unique,
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All regular stock is 50 per cent off and consignment pieces are 20 per cent off. The sale will continue until all inventory is cleared.

Gift cards can be used on all merchandise at the regular price. McCappin opened In N Out in early 2012 at 5 2484 Main St. next to Ultimate Hockey and Skate.

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Stephen Maldonado, also known as “Chewy,” was sentenced to 12 months and a day in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, during a hearing Thursday in federal court in Bridgeport. He was also ordered to pay restitution to the victim’s family to cover her funeral expenses.

According to officials from the United States Attorney’s office, police and medics responded to a Bristol home on March 25, 2016, on the report of an untimely death. Bristol police found a 24 year old woman dead on a bed in the home.

At the scene, police officers seized a number of things, including the victim’s cell phone, numerous wax folds typically used to package heroin and two Naloxone injectors one used and one unused contained within an overdose kit. A witness at the scene reported that the victim had recently sought medical assistance for bleeding from the ears.

The state’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner later determined that the victim died from fentanyl and PCP intoxication.

Investigators later found that Maldonado provided drugs to the woman not long before she died. The victim’s cell phone contained numerous text messages between her and Maldonado. In one text message, sent the day before she was found dead, the victim said “Omg! Im bleeding out my ears!! Wat did u giv me [sic]?”

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A newly built model shows how Ernie Brookins is turning 50 feet of driving with gas into 400 feet of driving without gas.

In his words, this particular device will make busses and tractors go ‘seven times the laws of physics.’

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He’s already tested the prototype, built into his 1980’s pick up.

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“It’s still going to have to fuel up all the time. But it’s going to be able to drive four days on the same amount of fuel that it takes to drive one day today,” said Ernie.

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Arsene Wenger was delighted to finally see Henrikh Mkhitaryan in an Arsenal shirt as the Armenia international lit up the Emirates Stadium.

Mkhitaryan set up three goals as he arguably even outshone hat trick hero Aaron Ramsey with the Gunners running riot against Everton with a 5 1 victory.

The former Manchester United man, who joined in January in a swap deal for Alexis Sanchez, set up Ramsey in the opening six minutes before teeing up debutant Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and later laying on a pass for Ramsey to sweep home for his treble.

Laurent Koscielny also scored in Saturday emphatic response from Wenger side following their shock defeat at Swansea four days earlier.

Ramsey, Aubameyang, Mesut Ozil and Mkhitaryan all looked sharp and Wenger savoured the all round display of his new look attack.

He said: you have new players it gives always a little positive swing, and it wakes everybody up as well, because there suddenly competition so they have to live with that as well.

I think as well we have a game based on team spirit so that kind of acceptance is very important and when they show on a football field that they accept our game, they are even easier to integrate into the team.

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who call Vancouver, Washington their home.

I would like to make it my mission to see Washington County personnel have a better working relationship with the elected officials and the department heads of county government. I think I can bring vision to play, as I would like to institute an atmosphere of strategic planning and see future maintenance of what we have for resources in the County and try to foster the growth of those resources now in place.

I bring a well rounded understanding of how our County should run, through my 29 years of experience running our County’s ambulance service.

I am the Emergency Medical Services Association of Colorado, Region 1 representative and sit as a board member of the WY Combined Communications Center (Washington and Yuma Counties) and Northeast Colorado Regional EMS/Trauma Advisory Council (Sedgwick, Phillips, Yuma, Washington, Morgan, Logan, Weld, Jackson and Larimer). I am the chair for the High Plains Critical Incident Stress Management team, that covers the 13th Judicial District, and sit on the Emergency Medical Services advisory boards for Northeastern Junior College and Morgan Community College.

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MERRILL Thread, scissors, and a foot pedal all feel natural to Linda Herber.

“I could make the shoes from the beginning to the end,” Herber said.

The master seamstress spent 39 years making shoes and boots for Weinbrenner Shoe Company in Merrill before retiring in September 2017. Now, she spends her Tuesdays bringing that experience to the high school.

“I said, ‘Yeah,’ because I thought it would be a lot of fun,” Herber said. “And it is a lot of fun.”

Herber teaches Merrill students during their “flex” periods, which was new this school year. Students have the option to choose from dozens of different class offerings during the period. In this class, there are no textbooks or quizzes. Instead, everything needed including $50,000 industrial sewing machines is at their fingertips and in Herber’s mind.

“Sometimes she cracks the whip a little,” senior Nate Stenberg said with a smile.

Stenberg signed up for the shoe making class when it opened in late November. He’d never used a sewing machine in his life prior to taking the flex period.

“I work on a farm and I always need a new pair of boots to wear,” Stenberg said. “I think it would be cool to make them.”

Stenberg’s needs will be filled. At the end of the class he’ll get to keep the pair of shoes he makes.

“It’s a lot of fun, I think it’s great,” Herber said of the class. “Just the kids learning this stuff and they’re excited. Great to see them excited.”

But entertaining and teaching is only half of the purpose.

“It’s an art that is dying,” Weinbrenner Shoe Company President Pat Miner said. “We’re not teaching our kids how to sew.”

Miner came up with the idea of bringing the class to the high school a few years ago due to a growing need. Miner says he’s always looking for ways to maintain the 450,000 pair output his factory produces each year and that takes people.

“It doesn’t matter whether you’re an entry level individual or my position. We have to have the ability to replace everybody,” Miner said.

Miner prefers to replace workers who retire or move on with people from Merrill. That’s been a successful model in maintaining his workforce of nearly 200.

“If you’ve got a basic knowledge of what it all takes to build a shoe, there’s a lot of positions,” Weinbrenner manufacturing engineer and Merrill High School grad Ben Martens said.

Those are positions Herber worked over her nearly four decades with the company. Now, she’s sharing those skills with kids who just might have a leg or foot up on the competition after graduation.

“We’re not just a dirty manufacturer of shoes,” Miner said. “[We want these students to learn] that it’s actually kind of cool to be involved with us.”

Students will take their shoes to Weinbrenner in a few weeks to put soles on them, then will take them home to keep.

Miner wants to continue the flex class program “as long as the school will have us.”

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Kevin Farias survived and is in critical condition Sunday. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office got the call Saturday morning after a motorist found Farias and 32 year old Jessica Johnson of Wisconsin, and their 1 year old daughter, lying in the middle of a remote clay road in the Ocala National Forest.

The Ocala Star Banner reports deputies may have also found the family’s car. No other details were released.

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Kevin Farias survived and is in critical condition Sunday. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office got the call Saturday morning after a motorist found Farias and 32 year old Jessica Johnson of Wisconsin, and their 1 year old daughter, lying in the middle of a remote clay road in the Ocala National Forest.

The Ocala Star Banner reports deputies may have also found the family’s car. No other details were released.
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People can choose to blame weight issues among children in Ventura County on school cafeterias. They can criticize cities for providing too few parks. They can wag a finger at the convenience store a half block from a Boys Girls Club in Port Hueneme or the Jack in the Box beyond that.

But Jimmy Lambaren, a machine operator who likes to cook and insists his 12 year old son works out regularly, thinks they need a mirror.

“It’s the parents’ fault,” he said outside the Boys Girls Club, remembering a recent trip to a fast food joint where he refused to eat. “It was jam packed. I said, ‘These are people who don’t like to cook a decent meal.’ ”

A study by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and the California Center for Public Health Advocacy suggests children who attend schools in Port Hueneme, Oxnard and Santa Paula have some of the highest obesity and overweight rates in California.

In Oxnard and Santa Paula schools, 47.9 percent of the children were overweight or obese in 2010, according to data from state mandated fitness assessments done in fifth, seventh and ninth grades. The communities tied for the 21st worst score out of 265 cities.

The numbers for Port Hueneme were more alarming but have been challenged. Of the children attending schools in the city of 22,000, 52.6 percent were overweight or obese in 2010, the report says. That ranked second worst in California, behind the 53 percent rate in Huntington Park, a small city outside Los Angeles where about one in four people live in poverty.

Because the same school districts operate in Port Hueneme and Oxnard, many students who live in one city go to school in another. The study focused on 429 fifth graders in four elementary schools in Port Hueneme and assumed they lived in the city, though nearly half live in Oxnard.

“It’s a flawed study,” said David Norman, city manager for Port Hueneme, also suggesting the study assessed too few students to make definitive conclusions about the city.

Leaders of the study say the document was not intended as a final judgment but was offered as a way to start conversations. Ventura County public health officials say the study underscores the importance of the battle against weight no matter where children live.

“Of the top 22 cities in our state, three of them are in Ventura County,” said Dr. Robert Levin, public health officer. “It says we have a problem. It’s not confined to one city, and it’s a problem that we as a county and a state and a nation need to be working with.”

Data from the county Public Health Department from last year shows overweight and obesity rates among fifth graders ranged from 41.5 percent in the Simi Valley Unified School District to 58.5 percent in the Hueneme Elementary School District in Oxnard and Port Hueneme.

The communities that struggle most with childhood obesity often have high poverty rates, large minority populations and a lot of food bought in convenience stores and fast food restaurants instead of farmers markets and grocery stores.

“Grains and fats are generally less expensive than fruits and vegetables and lean proteins,” said Dr. Heather Nichols, a Santa Paula pediatrician who cofounded an after school education and fitness program for children. “It’s much easier to buy a bag of white rice or potatoes compared to getting a pound of apples and a half pound of broccoli.”

The argument makes sense to Brad McDonald, who works in a foundry and earns between what he calls a livable wage and minimum wage. He was in front of a Wienerschnitzel hot dog stand Tuesday night because the electricity in his Oxnard apartment had been shut off. Holding up a bag that contained his dinner, he said, “It’s cheap: $5.”

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compared with 39.3 percent of African American youth and 26.9 percent of whites. The studies are used to explain why communities with high Latino populations, such as Oxnard, Port Hueneme and Santa Paula, struggle with weight issues.

Some experts say genetics plays a role in the racial and ethnic differences. Others mention the way cultures embrace high fat foods and the concept that eating more is better. Most offer a caveat to their theories.

“It’s still largely not understood,” Nichols said.

Hansley Rivera, 16, of Oxnard, stood outside a Boys Girls Club in Port Hueneme. Vending machines that dispense Powerade, Cheez It crackers, granola bars and other snacks are juxtaposed by farmers market programs and instruction on healthful habits. Asked about weight gain, he points at the stores on Pleasant Valley Road.

“We have a lot of liquor stores where people get their junk food and stuff,” he said. “It’s just the way the city is. We’re all used to fast food.”

Elementary schools in parts of Oxnard and Port Hueneme have salad bars. Hueneme High School in Oxnard offers water only vending machines and a state of the art weight training room. County public health officials are building a healthful eating, active living program funded by a $480,000 annual grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Leaders of some programs worry about funding during the state budget crisis. Others worry about what happens outside their doors.

“We can only control what they do for six hours,” said Joy Epstein, principal at Sunkist Elementary School in Port Hueneme. “It’s outside factors.”

Steffanie Elliott, a mother of two from Port Hueneme, rejects the argument that parents can’t find fresh fruits and vegetables. They can but they don’t. And if they’ve been taught differently, the lesson hasn’t stuck.”If we don’t know, how are we going to teach our kids?” she said.

At the Santa Paula Union High School District, a weeklong wellness fair is used as a way to teach families about nutrition and other health issues.

“I think it’s a partnership,” Superintendent Pamela Martens said of the responsibilities shared by schools and families.

The UCLA study shows large gaps between obesity rates in communities. Huntington Park, with its median income of $12,563, scored worst, with 53 percent of its children obese or overweight in 2010, according to the study. Schools in Manhattan Beach, where the median income is $80,390, scored best. And while the schools in Port Hueneme inched above 52 percent,
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Thousand Oaks scored best in the county with a rate of nearly 26 percent.

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Turkey’s online retail giant Hepsiburada has become the only Turkish company that has taken place in a World Economic Forum (WEF) initiative’s report as a case study.

Doan Online Founder and Hepsiburada Chairperson Hanzade Doan Boyner will share the company’s know how and experiences with leading businesspeople at Davos on Jan. 25.

Doan Boyner will share her views about the future of e commerce and online retail at a session held under the title of “Online Consumer Marketplace,” according to a company release.

The report offers research driven counsel on why industry players need to change, the features of the operating models they should adopt, the associated challenges for employees, and the societal actions needed to best manage the scale of disruption to come.

An article by Hepsiburada Chief Business Officer Mutlu Erturan has also been published on the WEF website.

Keeping up with the changing needs and expectations of customers is on every retailer’s agenda as they invest for the future, Erturan said in the report.

“But the more we talked to our customers, the clearer it became that their whole end to end experience, at every touch point, is critical. It’s not just the service provided by the retailer that counts,” Erturan added.

“Retailers must realize that not only their customer experience teams, but every unit in their organization, impacts on the customer’s experience. Traditional operating models must innovate to reflect this,” he also said.
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