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“We congratulate this remarkable young woman for her accomplishments, and her family and community for encouraging and supporting her at every step along the way. It is encouraging to see youth like Emma achieve goals that they and their communities can be proud of. We strongly support and encourage all NAN youth to pursue their dreams and achieve their full potential. In addition to a career in nursing, Emma’s goal in life is to help others shine; to have the confidence to be themselves and show who they are. Earning this national title is an excellent example for other young people: that great things can happen when you aim high and work hard.”

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Morrison said in a Facebook post: “I am still in so much shock because last night was a night I will remember for the rest of my life. I would like to thank my pageant coach Natalie Carrier for helping me along the way and for being there for me when I needed motivational pep talks; she believed in me and gave me confidence to rock the stage! Next I would like to say thank you to my family. my auntie,
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The presentation was made Dec. 21 at Cobequid Educational Centre, during a small and intimate ceremony.

The Governor General Medal and Queen Elizabeth Medal have previously been awarded during graduation ceremonies. There is a directive stating that these medals must be based on final grades and not anticipated or predicated grades. Final IB grades are not available until late summer.

The Governor General Medal, established in 1873, recognizes Lynds as the student who has achieved the highest academic average based on their final grade 11 and grade 12 marks.

Sampson is recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Medal. It is awarded to the graduating student who has demonstrated a superior achievement in school studies in all three years of high school; has achieved an outstanding record in all aspects of school and community involvement; and is graduating after having satisfied the requirements for a Nova Scotia High School Graduation Diploma.
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Patrick O 16, is one of 10 teens (ages 13 19) selected by Future Engineers, an online education platform that tasked K 12 students to invent useful items for astronauts living in space, according to the news release. Participants were invited to engineer a multi functional object that combined two items into one, the “Two for the Crew” Challenge, issued by theAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Foundation.

O product, called Crescent Moon, combines an adjustable crescent wrench with a high strength textured plier, tools that are frequently used together, the description reads.

“I am so proud of the semifinalists and incredibly impressed by all the designs submitted,” said Deanne Bell, CEO and founder of Future Engineers. “These students re invented standard objects and tools in ways I’ve never imagined before. Not only did they combine functionality together to save volume and mass, they also optimized for 3D printing in space while showcasing how creative engineering can be. I can’t wait to see how these budding K 12 innovators re imagine our world next.”

The “Crescent Moon” combines an adjustable crescent wrench with a high strength textured plier, tools that are frequently used together. Its lightweight and effective interior infill affords it the complexity and strength of existing tools with reduced cost and increased flexibility. The adjustable crescent wrench is able to expand up to 18 mm and can be rotated 90 degrees for use in tight spaces. A notable design feature is the wrench’s adjustable width assembly. By utilizing both slip fit and snap fit features, I was able to create a freely rotating knurled worm screw. The astronauts can safely apply pressure from the secondary handle, thanks to additional support located around the joint of the pliers. The strength bar and recessed inlet located at the base of each arm provide increased stability and durability. In addition to the two main tools, the implement contains a clip capable of use for temporary storage since floating objects are a major safety concern for astronauts.

Four finalists in each age group will be announced on February 19, followed by the winners on March 14. MakerBot will donate a Replicator Mini+ 3D printer to the school, library or education organization of each finalist’s choice, the release states. The winner in O division will have his/her design 3D printed on the space station. for a VIP experience to learn about space exploration, the release adds.
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The CEO of Bay Ferries Limited fully expects the CAT ferry will stay the course this season and continue to sail between Yarmouth and Portland. Customs and Border Protection. Customs and Border Protection says Portland’s international ferry terminal does not meet federal standards so it will no longer provide entry and exit customs screening at the Gateway Ocean Terminal in 2018.

But Mark McDonald says discussions continue with all the interested parties including the company.

He says it’s a complicated issue that they’re working through but it’s also part of doing business.

“It’s the kind of issue that we frequently have to work through in this business and I’m not referring only to Customs and Border Protection issues but we encounter significant regulatory issues of various sorts at all times.”

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He says Bay Ferries is trying to identify the model of ferry service which stands the best long term chance of sustainable success.

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Alfredo Viscariello, 45, and Nicholas Daddona, 41, co owners of Coliseum Pawn in Bristol and Coliseum Trading Post in Torrington, successfully completed a first time offender program Tuesday, officials at Bristol Superior Court said. One count each of first degree larceny and conspiracy to commit first degree larceny, filed against each man, were dismissed during the hearing.

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were not required to attend Tuesday’s hearing.

As part of the two year program, Accelerated Rehabilitation, both men had to pay $48,490 in restitution to Home Depot and make a $250 donation to a fund set up for crime victims. They also had to avoid any new arrests and pay for an independent investigator to make sure they were in line with state and local laws that regulate the pawn industry.

Viscariello and Daddona were arrested along with eight other individuals in March 2015 in a state police investigation. The probe involved owners and employees of Coliseum Pawn, Coliseum Trading Post and Gold N’Pawn in Wolcott allegedly trading cash and drugs to “merchandise boosters,” who were encouraged to steal expensive power tools from numerous Lowe’s and Home Depot locations in Connecticut and neighboring states, according to police.

During the investigation, police used an informant who said he began stealing goods and exchanging them at the pawn shops in March 2013 for cash or Oxycodone. After hitting many of the home improvement stores in the state, the informant continued, he said he began going to locations in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island.

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The stabbing death of a local man allegedly at the hands of a UVA student has forever linked two families, two communities, and two separate worlds.

It’s like a wedding that both sides think is a bad idea. The past week, the Charlottesville Circuit Court was divided into “defendant” and “victim” sides of the court, with each side of the aisle avoiding eye contact with the other.

In one of several dramatic moments, defendant Andrew Alston took the stand November 9 and voice breaking claimed he’d pulled a knife on Walker Sisk in self defense and that Sisk had taken from it him and lunged.

Twenty stab wounds later, Sisk lay dying on the 14th Street sidewalk, and Alston’s knife disappeared.

The trial began November 3, almost a year after volunteer firefighter Sisk, 22, left home on a Friday night to relax with friends.

Third year UVA student Alston, then 21, from Lower Gwynedd Township, Pennsylvania, also headed out with friends and his visiting older brother. During the course of a booze fueled evening, November 8, 2003, the paths of these two young men intersected briefly with tragic, life altering consequences.

In court, Alston charged with second degree murder sat sandwiched between his two Alexandria defense attorneys. His parents, Robert and Karen Alston, sat two rows back on the defendant’s side, accompanied by a couple of supporters.

On the prosecution side of the courtroom, Howard and Barbara Sisk occupied the front row, perhaps to be closer to the proceedings, perhaps to avoid awkward eye contact with the Alstons.

The town v. gown lines were drawn the Sisk side usually packed with family, friends, and plenty of uniformed firefighters. During testimony from the victim’s friend and fellow firefighter, Jimmy Schwab, about how Walker Sisk died, Howard Sisk sprang up and said, “I’m out of here.”

Schwab recounted that he and Sisk had been out drinking and were leaving Orbit Billiards after 1:30am November 8 when a member of Alston’s party whom Schwab dubbed “the mouthy one” started a verbal confrontation.

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Kenny, came over and somehow caused Sisk to fall, Schwab said, he wasn’t worried. When defense attorney John Zwerling asked why, Schwab answered, “Walker wasn’t a fighter.” That was a contention the defense would later try to disprove.

Schwab also noted that he never saw a knife.

The victim’s mother, Barbara, slipped out of the courtroom before the testimony of Dr. Marcella Fierro, Virginia’s chief medical examiner, who performed the autopsy and detailed for the jury the 20 stab wounds Sisk sustained.

Fierro numbered the wounds not in chronological order and was about to describe wound number six when observers heard the sound of whimpering. It was the defendant sobbing at the picture of the five stab wounds the prosecution contended he put in Sisk’s shoulder.

Judge Edward Hogshire rushed the jury out of the courtroom, and Alston was absent for the remainder of Fierro’s testimony.

Of the 20 wounds, most were superficial, Fierro testified. However, one “the one that caused death” plunged three inches in to penetrate Sisk’s heart.

The prosecution produced photos of a gash on Alston’s right hand, and Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Jon Zug asked Fierro if Alston’s wound could have be defensive.

“It could be, but that’s less common,” said Fierro. “It slips because of blood on the hand,” Fierro testified. “It doesn’t have to strike bone. All you have to have is a moist hand.”

Fierro placed the victim’s blood alcohol level at around .19 to .21 more than double the legal limit of .08.

Next up: former Alston girlfriend Karen Graham in her second trial appearance involving her ex beau. In November 2003, she testified that Alston had punched her at a party that September.

In that trial, although Judge Robert Downer called it “classic domestic violence,” he acquitted Alston of assault and battery charges because he wasn’t convinced beyond a reasonable doubt.

Graham testified that after the alleged 12:30am assault after another night of partying, she “felt like crap” that someone she loved had gone to jail.

She told the judge that Alston’s parents drove down from Pennsylvania that same day for what she called “damage control.” The elder Alston, an attorney, drafted a statement for her to sign recanting her claim that Andrew Alston hit her. Graham signed the statement, and in subsequent emails Graham hinted that she punched herself.

“I wanted everything to be over and Andrew and I to be together, whatever the cost,” Graham explained a year ago.

In the current murder trial, Graham’s involvement was limited to mentioning that her then boyfriend frequently carried a pocketknife.

Erica Schaul, who lived beside Alston at 1850 Jefferson Park Avenue, told the court that on the night of the killing she went to his apartment and saw his knife, which she estimated to be about four inches long.

The defense asked if Schaul measured it. “It was big enough that it made me uncomfortable,” answered Schaul. “I didn’t want to be around it.”
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CLOSING its doors? A vote will decide the future of Failsworth centre. ShareOver 9,000 newsletters will be posted to every house in the Failsworth East and West wards next week asking them to decide whether the community centre on Sisson Street should be moved to the town hall, relocated to a new purpose built facility, or remain as it is. A decision will be made based on the results.The move comes amid attempts to reassure users their local facility is not going to be turned into a supermarket petrol station.Failsworth East councillor James McMahon said: “Any notion that we are being bullied by Tesco is not true. Whatever people decide we will support. There are many local people who haven’t got the full story and we are very keen to put the record straight.”The proposed site for a new community centre is situated opposite the Pifco Mill next to the new canal bridge. The building would be larger than at present, and would offer water sports and a safer children’s play area.Cllr McMahon said: “People have commented that the current centre is just not big enough. In addition the computer classes, although well used, have taken valuable space.”Protesters were dismayed at the possibilty the centre was to be demolished but the well loved facility is at the centre of regeneration plans that include a new war memorial and an extension to the A62 corridor.The newsletter will also include details of a Housing Market Renewal scheme to regenerate Failsworth Pole gardens, to be started in September.In a joint statement, Paul White, Assistant Director for Regeneration, and Lynda Fairhurst, Head of Lifelong Learning, said: “Our number one priority is about providing the people of the borough and the Failsworth community with an effective and high quality Lifelong Learning Service.”We welcome all consultation including that which is currently underway, organised through local ward councillors.”Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDaily NewsletterDancing on IceWho won Dancing On Ice 2018? Reality TV hunk Jake Quickenden crowned championCoronation Street favourite Brooke Vincent and former X Factor and I’m A Celebrity star Jake Quickenden from Wilmslow took on Scotland rugby player Max Evans in the finalManchesterManchester Piccadilly train station delays and cancellations after protest blocked linesIs Manchester Piccadilly train station open? Virgin and Northern services are currently disrupted due to protesters blocking services in and out the station
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