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Characteristics:positive spiritcuriouseager to learnteam playerable to work independentlytakes initiativeasks questionsresponsiblepays attention to detailfollows through with commitmentsenjoys laughingyou don’t take yourself too seriously but do your work productnot afraid to take risks and fail as a way to learn and grow Photo by The Climate Reality on Unsplash Provide at least two professional or school references Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 If chosen, you agree to complete a StrengthsFinder 2.0 strengths assessment and MBTI-type personality assessment for team building purposes, no cost to you Have access to a computer, internet and be able to work remotely Be able to meet online in video meeting once per week, and in person once per month for a team meeting in Apopka (social distancing and masks required) Weekly time commitment and the specifics of your role will be customizable depending on the area you would like to specialize in, your school internship requirements, and organizational needsPhoto by Social Cut on UnsplashApplicationComplete the application found in this link:The Apopka Voice Internship ApplicationEmail the application and required documents (in Word doc or PDF format) to Denise Connell, Publisher, at [email protected]om. 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The clips may be sent as PDFs, Word docs or a direct link to the article, photo, video or other work.2-3 professional or school references LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter You will have a ‘seat at the table’ as a team member with a voice as it relates to (a) determining the news needs of the community; (b) visioning and strategizing on how The Apopka Voice can best meet those needs and further strengthen Apopka; (c) setting organizational and intern team goals to help grow the impact the news site has in, on and with the community; and (d) building upon and furthering the community connection and impact for good through the strengths of this organization and team of interns working together, as well as via creative ideas and opportunities available in digital media and journalism Reporters / journalists: You choose the area you want to cover, investigate, and report on, focusing on the stories / sector that you want to write about. Examples of focus areas available: business, government, education / schools, community / neighborhoods, local events, religion / faith, social justice issues, solutions journalism, investigative journalism, sports, politics, breaking news, entertainment… or… something that’s never been done before, or not typically found on the “usual” lists for journalists / digital media sites, that you pitch because it makes sense to pursue in Apopka! You choose the role that you want to explore, be it reporter, social media expert, SEO / audience engagement, editor, business / marketing, photo / video, data reporting / analysis, etc. and you will help shape, with the Publisher and Managing Editor, what your role will look like during the course of the internship Opportunity to work with and learn from experienced publishers, journalists, editors, business owners and community leaders Please enter your name here Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Internship dates and application deadlines:We offer a “rolling” application process and accept intern applications throughout the year. We customize start and end dates for each intern that is accepted into our program.Photo by Helena Lopes on UnsplashQuestionsIf you have any questions or would like more information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Denise Connell at [email protected], or by phone / text to 407.415.6218. Able to submit 2-3 clips of your work with your application – articles, videos, creative writing – preferably that has been published, but will consider unpublished work as well if you have not yet been published; business / marketing interests submit examples of business plans, marketing campaigns, ideas or work you have developed or helped further in the realm of digital media, social media, journalism, or communication; please include your first and last name on each submission page Team- and skill- building workshops provided on a variety of relevant topics, at no cost to youPhoto by Austin Distel on UnsplashWe’re looking for…Undergraduate or graduate college students pursuing a career track in digital media / communication / journalism / business (business interests focused on business development, marketing, publishing, digital media, grant writing, etc.) Digital Media & Journalism internships are available for three to six month, or one year opportunitiesThank you for your interest in working with The Apopka Voice! We’re excited to work with you, and together, better inform, engage and inspire the Apopka community.If you want to learn more about our history, mission and leadership, please check out our About Us page. And for more information on the why behind this program, check out this article on the launch.Right off, please know that this is an unpaid internship opportunity. However, depending on the internship team’s collective vision, ideas and pursuits, as well as future grant opportunities, there are possibilities for income to be explored on this road together. While nothing can be promised at this point financially, what we can guarantee is that, should you be chosen to intern with us, you will received countless benefits of direct, real-world, digital media and newsroom experience, team and leadership skill building, and opportunities to apply your knowledge and abilities in tangible ways that will far exceed most internships currently available in these fields today. 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Philadelphia — For the second time in just over a year, a train carrying Bakken Shale crude oil derailed in Philadelphia, again in an area where potential harm to surrounding communities could have been catastrophic for thousands of people.Eleven cars of a 111-car CSX train traveling from Chicago jumped the tracks around 3 a.m. on Jan. 31 in a South Philadelphia rail yard. It was near the Lincoln Financial Field sports arena and the Philadelphia Naval Yard. The area is also near Interstate 95, one of the busiest highways in the U.S., and close to waterways.While none of the derailed cars carrying the crude oil ruptured, this second near-miss has again raised concerns.A little over a year ago, on Martin Luther King Day, seven cars carrying Bakken Shale crude derailed over the Schuylkill River here in what was described as “a near miss from disaster.” That derailment put several major institutions at risk, including the University of Pennsylvania medical complex, Children’s Hospital and the Veterans Administration, as well as a heavily populated residential section of Philadelphia.Both accidents were predictable. These mile-long trains carrying oil to the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery in South Philadelphia run 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is very little regulation or oversight.The trains carry crude from shale formations in North Dakota, Colorado and Texas. With over 100 cars, each carrying 30,000 gallons or more of highly volatile oil, they have been described as “ticking bombs.”Crude oil from the North Dakota Bakken formation contains a high content of combustible gas, making it more volatile than most traditional light crude. Chemicals used in the hydraulic fracturing process are also thought to contribute to the combustible nature of shale crude.A runaway train carrying Bakken crude oil derailed and exploded on July 6, 2013, near the village of Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, killing 47 people and demolishing the town center.At least eight significant incidents involving crude-by-rail have taken place in the U.S. since 2013, resulting in over one million gallons of oil spilled — more than in the previous 38 years combined. (earthfix.opb.org)Since Lac-Mégantic, fiery derailments of oil trains have occurred in the Canadian province of New Brunswick as well as in Alabama, North Dakota and Lynchburg, Va. Major derailments of crude trains not involving explosions have taken place outside Albany, N.Y., and in Greeley, Colo.Whether this highly combustible fossil fuel is transported by rail, barge or pipeline, it will still pose a danger. More oil is released into the environment through pipeline spills while explosions caused by train derailments put major populated areas at risk. It is not a question of substituting one method of transit for another. All three methods have proven to be destructive. They all attest to the hazards created by the capitalist system, where greed for profits outweighs all other considerations.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
NicaraguaAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists CorruptionFreedom of expressionViolence to go further Local media badly hit Organisation A drone hovered over his home and its garden for several hours on 25 November. After forcing him to get into a police car on 30 November, policemen hit him and made death threats, mentioning members of his family. Arrested a total of six times since 24 November, he is now charged with inciting hatred and promoting hate campaigns on his website. News Nearly half of UN member countries have obstructed coronavirus coverage News RSF issued several alerts and recommendations about the situation of Nicaragua’s independent media after a joint visit with the Inter-American Press Association in August. Nicaragua is ranked 90th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2018 World Press Freedom Index. NicaraguaAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists CorruptionFreedom of expressionViolence Radio frequencies cut, transmitters trashed News News Their targets have included Gustavo Jarquín, a journalist with Radio Corporación, who was stopped and insulted by three police officers near the radio station’s headquarters in Managua on 24 November. “You’re from the terrorist radio station that wants to overthrow the government,” one of the policemen said, before hitting him in the face. Spy drones, police violence “The common feature of the journalists and media outlets that are being hounded by the police and by Daniel Ortega’s personal bodyguards is their independent and critical news coverage, which is something the government is unable to tolerate,” said Emmanuel Colombié, the head of RSF’s Latin America bureau. Gruesome death threats against Nicaraguan exile journalist Those who have fled abroad include Carlos Pastora of Canal 10, Edgardo Pinell of VOS TV and Canal TV, and Jaime Arellano, the host of “Jaime Arellano en La Nación” on 100% Noticias. Arellano fled on 25 November because of repeated death threats and other forms of harassment. Other journalists are likely to follow if the persecution continues or intensifies. “These independent media outlets are nonetheless doing a vital job, which is to draw attention to the Ortega family’s violent crackdown and the almost complete control it wields over the country. The persecution of dissident journalists is unacceptable and poses a grave threat to press freedom. RSF supports all of Nicaragua’s independent media and calls on the international community not to ignore these abuses.” July 29, 2020 Find out more RSF also condemns the arbitrary detention of Luis Sánchez Sáncho, a 76-year-old columnist for La Prensa, who spent six days in prison as a result of an ordinary traffic accident, and the fact that many journalists have had to flee the country. After more harassment of independent journalists in November, including arbitrary detention, violence, death threats and spying, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) sounds the alarm about President Daniel Ortega’s increasing authoritarianism and the danger of press freedom being throttled to death in Nicaragua. Policemen have threatened to kill Miguel Mora, the owner and director of the TV news channel 100% Noticias, and his wife, Verónica Chávez, who presents the programme “Ellas lo dicen.” The police have been harassing him for weeks, and both the radio station and his home are permanently watched by individuals posted outside. December 5, 2018 – Updated on December 24, 2018 Press freedom in great danger after bad month in Nicaragua Follow the news on Nicaragua Outside the big cities, community media and local radio stations are being hit very hard by the purge. In the town of León, several members of the staff of Radio Dario – which Ortega supporters torched in April – were arrested arbitrarily by riot police on 23 November and were held for several hours before being released. The staff of Radio Vos in Matagalpa had a similar experience. Receive email alerts June 29, 2020 Find out more Last week, police invaded and trashed the property in the department of León where Álvaro Montalván, the owner and director of Radio Mi Voz, had placed the radio station’s transmitters. RSF and PEN urge Nicaraguan legislators to reject “foreign agents” bill September 29, 2020 Find out more Help by sharing this information The censorship and harassment take many forms. The telecommunications regulator TELCOR suddenly deprived 100% Noticias of its broadcast signal on 30 November without giving any reason. Other TV channels (including Canal 12, Telenorte, CDNN23, Canal 12, Canal 23 and Canal 51) were temporarily deprived of their frequencies earlier this year. The persecution of Nicaragua’s political opposition and media critics has not let up since April. But now, instead of just obstructing journalists covering protests and social unrest, the police are undertaking direct, violent action against those regarded as overly critical of the government. RSF_en Cartoon from Pedro Molina, a cartoonist and illustrator from Nicaragua persecuted by the authoritiesCarlos Salinas Maldonado, a journalist and editor for the website confidencial.com.ni who also writes for the Madrid daily El País, has been a repeated target of cyber-attacks and online harassment campaigns, while police patrol cars often spy on his home. Motorcyclists followed him as he drove from his home to El Confidencial on 27 and 28 November, repeatedly shouting: “You’re f***ed, that’s definite, you’re f***ed.” RSF has registered many other recent cases of journalists being harassed by Sandinista government supporters, who are particularly active in León, one of the towns that has been hit worst by censorship. The targets have included Eddy López, a reporter for the Managua newspaper La Prensa, as well as Radio Mi Voz director Montalván and several members of his staff.
May 13, 2021 Find out more MexicoAmericas Reports Organisation MexicoAmericas RSF_en Reporters Without Borders hopes for quick results from the investigation into yesterday’s armed attack in Monterrey (in the northeastern state of Nuevo León), in which gunmen threw a grenade and opened fire on the regional studios of the privately-owned national TV network Televisa and left a message criticising media coverage of drug trafficking. The federal justice ministry is leading the investigation.“Fortunately there were no victims, but this attack shows that organised crime is targeting national as well as local media,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Solving this attack will be a new test for the government, which wants to make it a federal crime to use violence against the press.”The press freedom organisation added: “The reference in the gunmen’s message to government involvement in drug trafficking should obviously be treated with prudence, but should encourage the authorities to monitor what goes on in their own ranks. We hail the measures taken to protect the Televisa building and the two other national networks in Monterrey, TV Azteca and Multimedios.”Yesterday evening’s attack was carried out by masked men in two pickup trucks. Televisa’s management said 12 bullet impacts were found in the building’s entrance while the grenade damaged a workshop used by cameramen. No one was injured, but a journalist, Karina Garza Ochoa, received treatment for shockThe hand-written message left by the gunmen said: “Stop reporting only about us, also report about the narco-officials.”Troops and members of the Federal Preventive Police (PFP) immediately set up a security cordon around the Televisa building and the Monterrey headquarters of TV Azteca Noroeste and Multimedios, while the federal justice ministry took charge of the investigation. The Nuevo León justice department said it was the first armed attack on a news organisation in the state.However, it was not the first time journalists have been the targets of violence in Nuevo León. The disappearance of TV Azteca Noroeste reporter Gamaliel López and cameraman Gerardo Paredes on 10 May 2007 in Monterrey has never been solved.Amado Ramírez, Televisa’s correspondent in Acapulco (in the southern state of Guerrero), was murdered on 6 April 2007, after the start of a federal offensive against organised crime. The investigation into Ramírez’s murder has been marred by many irregularities. Reporters Without Borders hopes for quick progress in the investigation into yesterday’s armed attack on the regional studios of the national TV network Televisa in Monterrey, which was claimed by drug traffickers. The federal justice ministry is in charge of the investigation. Follow the news on Mexico January 7, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Investigating attack on Monterrey TV studios a “test” for federal justice ministry May 5, 2021 Find out more News Help by sharing this information News to go further News Reporter murdered in northwestern Mexico’s Sonora state 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies Receive email alerts NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say April 28, 2021 Find out more
Linkedin Shannondoc operating but only by appointment No vaccines in Limerick yet First Irish death from Coronavirus Advertisement NewsBreaking newsLimerick woman to face trial over pensioner’s murderBy Staff Reporter – April 8, 2015 928 WhatsApp Email Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL Print Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A LIMERICK woman is to face trial at the Central Criminal Court for the murder of a pensioner at a city centre apartment almost 18 months ago.41-year-old Mary Lynch, with an address at a basement apartment in No 21, Upper Cecil Street in Limerick is charged with the murder of 65-year-old Paddy Redmond at an apartment in Mount Kennett on November 10, 2013.At a sitting of Limerick District Court this Wednesday, Garda Sean Dixon served the book of evidence, which ran to three volumes, on the accused as she sat in the public gallery.Ms Lynch was arrested in January and remanded in custody before she was granted bail at the High Court a week later.When she was charged with the murder, Ms Lynch replied “not guilty”.Legal Aid defence solicitor John Devane told the court that Ms Lynch was granted bail at the High Court, with conditions, on January 19 last.At an earlier hearing, Mr Devane said his client was undergoing psychiatric treatment and receiving strong medication.Sgt Donal Cronin said that the Director of Public Prosecutions consented to the accused be sent forward for trial to the current sittings of the Central Criminal Court or on a signed plea of guilty.However Mr Devane said, “that doesn’t arise”.Judge Marian O’Leary issued the alibi warning to Ms Lynch whereby the details of any alibi witnesses she may call during the trial be given to the Gardaí within 14 days.Paddy Redmond suffered a single stab wound to the back at a neighbour’s apartment in the Mount Kennett complex on the Dock Road.After the alarm was raised, emergency paramedics and Gardaí battled to save the pensioner’s life but Mr Redmond died a short time later at the regional hospital in Dooradoyle.Originally from Dublin, Mr Redmond had been living at a number of addresses in Limerick for a number of years and had moved to the Dock Road complex over 12 months before his murder. He is survived by his three grown-up daughters and estranged wife. Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Previous articleBetting – Limerick 19/10 to beat Bray #loiNext articleLimerick students to celebrate diverse cultures Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSfeatured Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Facebook
New assemblages of Radiolaria, including some of the few occurrences of high southern latitude Jurassic and Cretaceous radiolarian faunas, show that several localities in the LeMay Group of Alexander Island range in age from latest Jurassic–earliest Cretaceous to at least Albian. By demonstrating that sedimentation and deformation in the LeMay Group was diachronous, younging oceanwards to the northwest, these new age assessments support the model of the LeMay Group as an accretionary complex. The polarity of subduction beneath Alexander Island was not affected by arc collisions from at least the Lower Jurassic to the Oligocene, and such a long period of continuous accretion appears to be unusual. Deposition of the LeMay Group spans the Kimmeridgian to Albian sedimentation in the Fossil Bluff Group fore-arc basin, thus making the earlier concept of the LeMay Group as pre-Jurassic ‘basement’ untenable. Allochthonous latest Jurassic–earliest Cretaceous radiolarian assemblages with some supposed Tethyan affinities are present in the LeMay Group. In contrast, an in situ latest Jurassic assemblage from the Nordenskjöld Formation of the back-arc basin and a further Jurassic assemblage from a probable trench-slope basin have characteristics believed diagnostic of high latitudes. The biogeographic affinities of radiolarians from cherts in the LeMay Group accretionary complex suggest that both these cherts, and associated basalts, are far-travelled slices of the Phoenix plate. Rocks from the probable trench-slope basin, formerly assigned to the younger Fossil Bluff Group fore-arc basin sequence, now appear to be part of a new, previously unrecognized formation.
The incident has caused severe damage to the F.B. Culley Power Plant owned by Vectren.Two of the main units, Culley Two and Three, were out of commission for most of Sunday. Culley Two was back up and running by 4 a.m. Monday.Culley Three that produces 270 megawatts of electricity will not be able to run for the next four to five weeks.Vectren says if it continues to have problems, it will turn to Alcoa and other power plants in the Tri-State for assistance.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Warrick County Power Plant Deals Major Setbacks A Warrick County Power Plant is dealing with some major setbacks after a coal silo collapsed Sunday. Evansville City Council Looks to Change Homestead Tax Credit reported by CHELSEA KOERBLENThe Evansville city council is looking to change the county’s homestead tax.While that resolution was withdrawn at Monday’s city council meeting, it’s not the end of the discussion.Council will bring it back up in a meeting before November 1st, to get it passed.“I personally believe we can not afford eight percent of our homestead tax credit,” said city councilman Dan McGinn.In 2015, Evansville joined nine other Indiana counties offering a homestead tax exemption to homeowners. City council chose the highest homestead tax allowed by the state, eight percent.For example, if someone in Vanderburgh County owes $1,000 in property taxes, with the homestead tax credit they would only have to pay $920.McGinn says, the decision to have the homestead tax at eight percent, something he did vote in favor of, was “election exuberance.”“I wish I voted against it,” said McGinn. “Because it caused us some financial issues with some problems because it costs us $450,000 to $460,000.”Vanderburgh County is the only county in Indiana that offers the full eight percent homestead tax credit.Allen County, where Fort Wayne sits, is the second highest at 7.0404%“Let me tell you folks,” said McGinn. “We can not afford that, I’ll tell you that upfront.”Council has until November to change the current homestead tax credit.McGinn says they plan to use a new formula to decide the new percentage the tax credit should be. He hopes it will be lowered to around six percent.“That may allow us to keep all of our police and all of our firefighters and all of our road crews on,” said McGinn. “Which is something we need to do.”Indiana Counties that have a Homestead Credit:Allen – 7.0404%Marion – 3.0844%Miami – 2.6280%Monroe – 3.4820%Perry – 2.3328%Posey – 5.4261%St. Joseph – 5.8243%Spencer – 4.4136%Tippecanoe – 3.4022%Vanderburgh – 8.0000%