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BMV extends branch hours prior to primary election

first_img Pinterest BMV extends branch hours prior to primary election By Brooklyne Beatty – May 27, 2020 0 388 IndianaLocalNews Twitter Facebook TAGSbmvbureau of motor vehiclesextendshoursIndianaJune 1June 2primary election WhatsApp Pinterestcenter_img (Photo supplied/Elkhart Truth) The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) is extending its branch hours for the upcoming primary election.Branches will be open on Monday, June 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Tuesday, June 2 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.Appointments are not required for these two days, but service is limited to only issuing new, amended, renewed or replacement ID cards and driver’s licenses for voting purposes. All other BMV services are not available June 1 and 2.Appointments will resume on June 3 and will be required for all transactions.The CDC has implemented the following guidelines for all BMV branches:All customers and employees should leave 6 feet of space between themselves and others.Hands should be washed and sanitized frequently.Masks are required for customer-facing employees and are strongly recommended for customersLobby chairs will be positioned at least 6 feet apart.The number of customers permitted in the branch at one time will vary by location. Once the permitted number is reached, the next customer will be asked to wait outside. Sidewalks will be marked as necessary with appropriate spacing.Frequently touched items will be cleaned with disinfectant wipes between each customer.Plexiglas barriers will be cleaned a minimum of twice a day.All branches will be cleaned the evening of June 1, 2020 and June 2, 2020.Individuals who hold a driver’s license or ID card that has expired after the last General Election (November 6, 2018) may use the expired card as proof of identification for voting purposes.For details, visit IN.gov/BMV. Twitter Facebook Previous articleMan, 20, arrested for murder, attempted robbery in connection with teen boy’s deathNext articleSpecial storm debris pickup underway in South Bend Brooklyne Beatty Google+ WhatsApp Google+last_img read more

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Undergraduate Research

first_imgTo learn more about undergraduate research opportunities available to CAES students, visit students.caes.uga.edu/current/research. More than 50 students of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) completed an undergraduate research project and competed in the seventh annual CAES Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 12. Faculty members, in disciplines ranging from food science to plant breeding, served as their mentors.The symposium gives students a chance to highlight the research they completed this school year and experience presenting their work in a formal setting.“Enabling the students to work beside world-class scientists is one vital aspect of the experiential approach to learning that we champion in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences,” said Josef Broder, the college’s associate dean for academic affairs. “There’s no better way to learn about the scientific world than to engage in scientific work, and the work of these students has been very impressive.”Each student presented their research to a panel of college researchers over the course of the symposium. Winners in both the poster presentation and oral presentation categories received cash prizes ranging from $200 to $600.The winners in this year’s oral presentation competition, their majors, mentors, departments and project titles are listed below.First place: Christina Workman, animal science major; mentor Hitesh Handa, College of Engineering; “Hydrophilic Top Coat on Nitric Oxide Releasing Surfaces for Enhanced Antibacterial and Antifouling Properties”Second place: Mary Sutton, applied biotechnology major; mentor Rachel Itle, horticulture department; “Texture Evaluations of Southern Highbush and Rabbiteye Blueberry Varieties”Third place: Kendall Lee, animal science major; mentor Kylee Jo Duberstein, animal and dairy science department; “A Preliminary Evaluation of Supplemental Vitamin E Form on Serum α-tocopherol Levels and Oxidative Stress Parameters Measured in Response to a Novel Exercise Challenge”Fourth place: Thomas Gottilla, applied biotechnology major; mentor Marin Brewer, plant pathology department; “Optimization of Virulence Assays for Fusarium oxsporum f. sp. Vasinfectum Causing Fusarium Wilt of Cotton”Fifth place: Rebecca Fortner, food science major; mentor Anand Mohan, food science and technology department; “Analysis and Further Processing of Broiler Breast Meat with Common Quality Defects”Sixth place: Briel Power, biological science major; mentor Paula Lemons, biochemistry and molecular biology department; “Examining the Dynamics of Faculty Learning Community Meetings”The winners in this year’s poster presentation competition, their majors, mentors, departments and project titles are listed below.First place: William Bowling, turfgrass management major; mentor Gerald Henry, crop and soil sciences department; “Targeting Postemergence Dallisgrass Control Using Cooling Degree Days”Second place: Madeline Young, animal health and biological science major; mentor Jaroslava Halper, College of Veterinary Medicine pathology department; “The Role of Chondrogenic Growth Factors in the Pathogenesis of Equine DSLD”Third place: Adrea Mueller, biological science major; mentor Brian Jordan, poultry science department; “Adaptation of a DNA Purification Protocol for Whole Genome Sequencing of an Eimeria Species”Fourth place: Breanna Hart, poultry science major; mentor Harsha Thippareddi, poultry science department; “Reducing the Risk of Salmonella Transmission by Sanitation of Breeder Hatching Eggs”Fifth place: Jesse Lafian, horticulture major; mentor Marc Van Iersel, horticulture department; “Development of a Low-maintenance, Low-cost Tensiometer to Improve Irrigation Accuracy”Sixth place: Riley Jenkins, biological science major; mentor Kevin McCully, kinesiology department; “Mitochondrial Capacity in Young, Well-controlled People with Type 1 Diabetes”last_img read more

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Nerd Wallet advises millennials to invest in credit unions

first_img continue reading » by: Christina PontissoMillennials aren’t seeking financial advice. Nearly 25% of those born between the years 1980-1989 said it’s because they don’t trust anyone for reputable money advice, as stated in a recent study from Fidelity investments (Huffington Post Dec. 9). Other young adults surveyed reported that they worry about their financial state on a regular basis.So where are young adults suppose to turn to? Credit Unions! Even Nerd Wallet agrees, “Because credit unions are nonprofit organizations, any money they make off of their financial products is reinvested into their institutions,” said NerdWallet’s Graham Ober in the Huffington Post blog. “This helps them provide more affordable fees on loans and mortgages. “It’s in every credit union’s best interest, therefore, to have members who are knowledgeable about their finances and who don’t, for example, default on loans.” 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Biden slams Trump for ‘walking away’ as pandemic ravaged US

first_imgTopics : With the economy in shambles after pandemic-related lockdowns, Biden said again that the only way to get back on track was to bring the virus under control.He vowed to heed scientific advice on the pandemic — even if that would mean shutting the country down once more.Biden slammed the segment of Americans who cite their “freedom” as they still resist wearing masks, despite evidence suggesting such barriers are one of the best ways to break transmission of COVID-19. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Sunday he blames Donald Trump for “walking away” as COVID-19 ravaged the country, in a televised interview alongside running mate Kamala Harris on the eve of the Republican convention.The president, who is trailing Biden in polls, has been heavily criticized for his response to the pandemic, during which he has pushed for lockdown restrictions to be lifted early, been hesitant to embrace face masks, touted treatments not supported by medical experts and insisted the virus will just “disappear.””I don’t blame him for the current crisis,” Biden told ABC as the US neared 5.7 million infections and 177,000 deaths, by far the most in absolute terms of any country in the world. “I blame him for walking away and not dealing with solutions.”center_img ‘Watch me, Mr. President’ It’s “the first time I’ve ever heard people say that doing something patriotic, you can save other people’s lives, impacts on their freedom,” he said.The former vice president also responded to repeated attacks by Trump on his mental acuity, admitting that it was a “legitimate question to ask whether anybody over 70 years old” is fit for the presidency.But the 77-year-old added: “Watch me, Mr President, watch me. Look at us both… what kind of shape we’re in.”Questions have repeatedly been raised over 74-year-old Trump’s own health, and he has previously claimed he “aced” a cognitive test that he said proves he has the mental stamina to lead.The joint interview with Biden and Harris aired the night before the beginning of the Republican National Convention, during which Trump is seeking to recover momentum in his uphill re-election struggle.Republicans were set to gather after the Democrats held their own convention last week, during which they accused the president of being a divisive and incompetent leader who, in the words of former first lady Michelle Obama, “cannot meet this moment.”During the interview, Harris, the first woman of color on a major party political ticket, also defended Biden’s record on race as the US faces a reckoning over its treatment of black people and other minorities.”Joe… actually knows how to say the words ‘Black Lives Matter,'” Harris said.Trump, in contrast, “has never spoken those words and will never speak those words,” she said.last_img read more

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Serie A: Juventus star to sit out Udinese clash

first_img Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All Time7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value6 Stunning Bridges You’ll Want To See With Your Own Eyes7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time8 Best 1980s Gadgets That Defined A Decade8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better Leonardo Bonucci will miss Juve’s game against Udinese later on Thursday night having picked up a one-game suspension for his 10th yellow card this season against Lazio. The defender was booked after giving away a late penalty in the Bianconeri’s victory over Lazio yesterday and the Giudice Sportivo confirmed that he will now face a one game suspension.Advertisement Bonucci could potentially miss out on title celebrations on the pitch, as Juve could be crowned champions for a ninth consecutive time, after Inter failed to beat Fiorentina on Wednesday night. Read Also: NBA pulls out of Xinjiang projectWith Giorgio Chiellini still injured, Danielle Rugani is the favourite to partner Matthijs De Ligt at the back although Merih Demiral may feature.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… last_img read more

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New Study Paints iPhone Owners as Materialistic, Fickle Egomaniacs

first_imgsarah perez Taken on their own, it’s hard to say whether these stats are indicative of anything about iPhone owners specifically, or if they could apply to any group of smartphone-owning mobile users. That’s why the report compares the iPhone and Blackberry owners on each topic. When studied this way, iPhone owners beat Blackberry owners in every category where “winning” is actually the equivalent of being a materialistic, flaky, fickle dolt…well, at least in our opinion. To spin the findings even further in Blackberry’s favor, one of the questions involved asking the mobile users how they “see” themselves. 40% of the iPhone owners claimed they were an “intellectual” while only 36% of Blackberry users said the same. Propped up against the other results, it’s an almost laughable claim.Don’t Buy this HypeClearly, this survey wasn’t meant to be an in-depth examination of the smartphone toting population – in fact, it’s more likely just a publicity stunt to generate talk about Retrevo. Given the questions asked, there were bound to be some “rather interesting” findings, no matter how the respondents answered. And by keeping the sample size to a low number – only 445 individuals – there’s no guarantee that these folks are representative of the population at large in any way. After all, who signs up for online surveys anyway? While the panel of participants was distributed across gender, age, income and location in the U.S., what’s undisclosed is how the questions were asked – was this done scientifically or were they leading questions designed to generate these sorts of results?  We’d bet on the latter. Still, you have to wonder if there isn’t a tiny bit of truth hiding in these numbers somewhere. Could it be that those who buy Apple’s smartphone are a little more wrapped up in mobile life than those whose smartphone purchase probably had more to do with accessing company email in a timely fashion? That may be possible, but that wouldn’t exactly be an incredible reveal if so, now would it? Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#Apple#Features#NYT#Trends#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Are iPhone users really that bad? We’re not buying it. It’s odd that a consumer electronics shopping site would sponsor a study that paints such a lousy picture of iPhone owners, but that’s exactly what Retrevo.com has done. For whatever reason, the results of their recent report on smartphone owners in the U.S. has returned some unflattering figures about those who own Apple’s ubiquitous handheld, the iPhone, as compared to the more business-minded folks who choose a Blackberry instead. According to this study, iPhone owners are more likely to judge potential partners based on their gadgets and not their college degree, handle breakups via email or text, and yet somehow still think of themselves as “intellectuals” despite the fact that they spend more time than their counterparts texting, watching videos, and visiting adult sites on their phones. Really?If you’re an iPhone owner yourself, you’re probably going to be taken a bit aback by these findings. For example, the study claims that “cool gadgets” make a person three times more attractive to an iPhone owner than a college degree. Meanwhile “old” gadgets are a turnoff to one in three iPhone users. And yet, if that person spends a little too much time with said gadgets, one in four iPhone owners will break up with them. One in three will do it via email or text message.last_img read more

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Android inventor Andy Rubin unveils smart home Amazon “killer”

first_imgFollow the Puck Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… David Curry Related Posts Andy Rubin, the founder of Android, has unveiled a smart home hub called Essential Home, one of two devices unveiled this week as part of his new technology brand.Essential Home shares a lot of similarities with Amazon Echo and Google Home, including voice commands, responses, and support for third-party devices.See Also: Hive goes the subscription route with “smart home as a service”Instead of limiting interaction to voice, Home comes with a round display that shows information and lets users tap to talk. Users can also glance at Home to activate it.Essential wants to get the ball rolling quicker than other smart hubs, it will quickly start scanning calendars, notes, and other apps and offering suggestions. If traffic is particularly bad on one morning, it will tell you to set off a few minutes early.Rubin’s company is also launching a new operating system, called Ambient OS, which can supposedly introduce itself to new and existing smart home devices without any manual pairing.The automatic integration is good for developers, according to Essential, as it allows them to write applications that “provide a unified experience across multiple devices.”Home will talk to devices over the home network, instead of going back and forth in the cloud. Essential also plans to limit the amount of information sent to the cloud, taking a page straight out of Apple’s privacy book.No known when it will launchNo price has been announced for the Home and we don’t know when it will launch in the U.S.Rubin launched the Essential Phone this week as well, a high-end Android device that has a near bezel-less display and all the latest specs. Instead of aluminium, Essential uses titanium, which it says is very unlikely to smash.After Android, Rubin spent a few years in the robotics division at Google, before leaving to launch tech incubator Playground Global. He started Essential Products, the brand behind the Home and Phone, late last year, and these are the two first products.center_img Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Tags:#Android#Andy Rubin#Connected Devices#Essential#featured#home#Hub#Internet of Things#IoT#smart home#top Small Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to…last_img read more

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‘Not about numbers’: Slaughter looking to help Ginebra in any way he can

first_imgPhilippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice PLAY LIST 01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netDon’t tell Greg Slaughter that he had a bad game because all that matters for him is the victory.Despite shooting 1-of-6 from the field to finish with only three points in Game 2, the Cebuano giant had no regrets over his performance in Ginebra’s 86-76 win over Meralco on Sunday.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Read Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president NCAA: Peaking Arellano secures 4th place playoff LATEST STORIES Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PHcenter_img MOST READ “I just hope it’s inspiring to people who got major injuries like that. When I first got that injury, it was kind of disappointing for me because it’s my first game back. It took a long time and I was separated from the team for a while, but I hope it just shows that you can always come back stronger from a setback,” he said.But Slaughter is not content with just bagging the BPC plum as he looks forward on winning his first PBA title with the Gin Kings holding a 2-0 lead in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup Finals.“Individual award or not, we want to win the championship. That’s just been our goal since the beginning of the conference. We’re up 2-0 so we’ll look to get one more on Wednesday,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City “It was just how the game went tonight, but I was still able to contribute on the defensive end,” said Slaughter, who also hauled down six rebounds and three blocks in his 33 minutes of action. “It’s not about any numbers, it’s just about getting the win for the team.”Slaughter knew that after his stellar play in Game 1 in Lucena, it was expected that the Bolts would be putting more attention on him, but he is more than willing to be the decoy and let his teammates pick up the slack.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“When you’re on the court, no matter what the stats are, you just got to find a way to make a contribution to the team,” said Slaughter.The 6-foot-11 center, who received the  Best Player of the Conference award prior to the game, hopes that his succesful comeback from a devastating injury can serve as inspiration to others. Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View commentslast_img read more

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Get your kid moving

first_imgRegular workouts not only keep those extra kilos off your kid, they also keep her sharp. Those with better fitness levels were found to have a bigger hippocampus-a brain structure associated with learning and memory.So, the higher the fitness level, the better the memory and therefore, academic performance too. The best way to make her move is to enroll her in some kind of organised sport like tennis, basketball, etc. Also, make sure she runs about at the playground instead of sitting and chatting.last_img

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College GameDay Officially Headed To Clemson vs. Notre Dame Next Saturday

first_imgCollege GameDay's next stop will be at the Clemson vs. Notre Dame game.College GameDayMuch to the chagrin of Indiana football fans, ESPN’s College GameDay is officially headed to Clemson ahead of the Tigers’ big contest against Notre Dame next Saturday. The Tigers and Irish will be meeting on the gridiron for the first time since 1979.Indiana fans, including ESPN’s Dan Dakich, had been making a push to get GameDay to come ahead of the Hoosiers’ Big Ten affair against Ohio State. Alabama vs. Georgia, one of the biggest SEC games of the year, was likely also considered.See you in a week, @ClemsonFB and @NDFootball. pic.twitter.com/tzHB1H4ilA— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) September 27, 2015Back in 2013, GameDay was on-hand for two of Clemson’s home games. The Tigers beat Georgia in their opener, but lost to Florida State mid-season.last_img read more

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