Monthly Archives: July 2018

Z-wave alliance, plumchoice – twice

Fremont, CA – April 10, 2018 at 11:00 am EST – The Z-Wave Alliance, an open consortium of leading global companies deploying Z-Wave, is announcing a new program with IoT services provider PlumChoice to deliver an exclusive level of support

Nw kansas swine facility fined $152,000 – news – salina journal – salina, ks

State environmental and health regulators assessed fines of $152,000 against a prominent northwest Kansas hog operation for ignoring cease-and-desist orders to halt construction of unauthorized animal confinement buildings and waste holding facilities capable of serving tens of thousands of swine.

A former leahy aide steers the mueller probe politics seven days vermont’s independent voice

Overseeing the most important legal proceeding in America — the grand jury probe of President Donald Trump’s Russian connections — is a little-known federal judge with ties to Vermont who spent a decade advising Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.). Though Trump

China answers us tariffs with its own duties for $50bn worth of american imports – the national

Matching the scale of proposed US tariffs announced Tuesday, the Ministry of Commerce in Beijing said the charges will apply to around $50 billion of US imports. The step ratchets up tension in a brewing trade war between the world’s

Changing the media business in real-time – domo and beyond with the washington post, espn, univision and more

The media business remains a heavily disrupted industry with business models in flux. But as I noted in How The New York Times is operationalizing its ad yield business with Domo, we’re starting to see good news with digital revenue.

Opinion we all need to actively fight the reality of racism – opinion – poconorecord.com – stroudsburg, pa

According to a new data analysis by The Equality of Opportunity Project, a nonprofit think tank of prominent economists, "African Americans have substantially lower rates of upward mobility and higher rates of downward mobility than whites." Black kids born to

2013 One-on-one with fleetwood mac

If you want to send a wedding gift to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, hold up. They want you to make donations to charity instead. Here’s what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the

I tried fascia blasting for a year; here’s what happened – purewow

Dimples: They’re endearing on kids, but not quite as cute on my thighs. Yes, like 99.9 percent of the female population, I’m the proud owner of a whole mess of cellulite. And while it doesn’t bother me all that much,

Various artists johnny cash forever words (music review)

Fifteen years it’s been since the Man in Black left us, a mortality Mr. Cash grappled with at the end of his life. "You tell me that I must perish / Like the flowers that I cherish," he penned on

Taking batteries out of the cost equation for wirelesshart networks – oilman – the magazine for leaders in american energy

Used to monitor the operating conditions and health of industrial equipment from engines to motors, pumps, valves, and compressors, wireless instrumentation is often used in conjunction with control systems as well as for predictive and preventative maintenance programs. However, with

Patricia wheeler quartet brings jazz concert to meaford

Sunday afternoon, April 29, from 3pm to 5pm, the first in a series of concerts at Meaford’s Christ Church Anglican features a performance from Patricia Wheeler’s Jazz Quartet. With Patricia on sax and flute, the quartet features Mike Cado on

Cardinals, carlos martinez fall on opening day mlb.com

So much of St. Louis’ success in 2018 hinges on the right arm of Carlos Martinez. That truth was hammered home Thursday in the Cardinals’ 9-4 Opening Day loss to the Mets at Citi Field. Homers by Yadier Molina and

Final week to help durham-area park project earn $20k grant – ein news

— Lori Robertson, NRPA director of conservationDURHAM, NC, UNITED STATES, April 23, 2018 / EINPresswire.com/ — Durham-area residents are encouraged to celebrate Earth Month by supporting three projects that are eligible for $20,000 in grant funding as part of the

Small business spotlight a budding business focuses on customer service

Scott Stanton had been living in Willits for 15 years when he decided to turn his love of gardening into a business. Stanton opened Willits Garden Supply after recognizing that his community was eager for a more tailored approach to