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A tragic motor accident that occurred during the early morning hours of Friday, July 1, on Somalia Drive in Paynesville caused the deaths of three persons, including the driver. The victims included two males and a female. The accident occurred when a Silver Toyota Camry with license plate number A35139 carrying the three occupants, crashed into a concrete barricade on the side of the road, the police said.The vehicle was coming from the direction of Red Light heading towards Bardnersville, and might have crashed due to excessive speed, witnesses said.They further explained that after the accident occurred, the vehicle had to be forcibly opened in an attempt to save the occupants, but they did not survive.Police Spokesman Sam Collins confirmed the deaths of the three persons in a telephone interview and said they died on the scene. He, however, could not name the victims.Our reporter on visiting the scene of the accident, saw a lot of blood of the victims. However, eyewitnesses could not explain what might have been the cause of the tragedy.They told the Daily Observer that the accident happened at about 3:30 a.m. opposite the James Davies Block Factory in Jacob Town. The accident occurred, many said, at a time when the road was almost completely free of other vehicles and pedestrians. They added that the vehicle hit a concrete barricade constructed by the Japanese firm that is currently carrying out construction work on Somalia Drive.The totally smashed vehicle was towed from the accident scene to the headquarters of the Zone 9 Police Depot in Jacob Town, Paynesville.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving QPR and Chelsea…Speculation continues over the future of Charlie Austin, with the Daily Telegraph reporting that the striker wants QPR to reduce their asking price for him.Rangers, who want £15m, have received no offers for Austin despite numerous reports of both bids and strong interest from several clubs, including Chelsea, Newcastle, Southampton, West Ham, Liverpool and Crystal Palace.Austin will plead with the club to change their price if he is unable to secure a move soon, the Telegraph say.Austin is keen to secure a move following QPR’s relegationWest Ham have launched a bid to sign Mohamed Salah from Chelsea, according to the Daily Mirror.There has been much speculation about Salah’s future since the end of last season, which he ended on loan at Fiorentina, who are keen to keep him.Several other clubs have been linked with the Egyptian, including Tottenham, Inter Milan and Juventus.And the Mirror reports that West Ham want to take Salah, 23, on loan with a view to a permanent move.There continues to be speculation about Salah’s long-term futureFollowing reports in the Italian media, the Daily Mail say Chelsea have discussed a £10.7m bid for Augsburg’s Ghana left-back Baba Rahman, who is said to be a target for Juventus.Meanwhile, Oscar continues to be linked with a possible move to Juve.The Mirror say he could offloaded by Chelsea in exchange for Paul Pogba, who has been consistently linked with a move to Stamford Bridge.And the Daily Star say Atletico Madrid will snub a cash plus-player-offer from the Blues for Antoine Griezmann.Chelsea, it is claimed, are willing to give Atletico either Salah or Filipe Luis for the forward, who is apparently rated at £43m.Gazzetta dello Sport reported on Tuesday that Chelsea could offer Salah as part of a swap deal for Griezmann.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest AgCredit will be hosting a free workshop, Moving Your Farm Forward, on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. The featured speaker for the meeting is Mike Boehlje, Agricultural Economist from Purdue University. This event has a full agenda covering useful topics for young, beginning, small and experienced farmers.8:30-9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast9:00-9:45 Bruce Clevenger, OSU Extension | Farm Records – The Good, the Bad & the Ugly9:45-10:00 Break10:00-12:00 Featured Speaker – Mike Boehlje | Where Is Ag Headed and How Will We Get There?12:00-12:30 Lunch (provided)12:30-2:00 Featured Speaker – Continued2:00-2:15 Break2:15-3:15 Farming Outside the Box (15 minute presentations on alternative agriculture opportunities: contract swine barns, wind energy, solar energy, farm markets, CSAs & home delivered food services)3:15-4:00 Panel discussion on the above topics4:00 Wrap up & adjournThe event will be held at the Leipsic Community Center, 120 E. Main St., Leipsic, OH 45856. Please RSVP by Nov. 30 to the Van Wert office at 419-238-6838 or email@example.com.
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Get the Free eBook! Want to master cold calling? Download my free eBook! Many would have you believe that cold calling is dead, but the successful have no fear of the phone; they use it to outproduce their competitors. Download Now Hustlers love working. They love producing. They don’t have any trouble finding the motivation to get out of bed in the morning. In fact, the opposite is true; they can’t wait to get up and get started. You never hear a hustler say, “Don’t work too hard,” or “Take it easy.” Those sentiments would never occur to them. It’s unlikely that you are working too hard, and you may be taking things easy, neither of which serves you.Non-hustlers, however, don’t love working. Work is simply a means to an end, and that end is their survival. The non-hustler isn’t happy working; they’d rather be doing something else, anything else. You hear non-hustlers say things like “Back to the grind,” using that word in a way that is 180 degrees in opposition to the way the hustler uses it. Wednesday is “hump day,” the midpoint of their suffering. To celebrate the end of the week they happily congratulate each other by saying, “Thank God it’s Friday.”Hustlers find a way to do things that improve themselves as part of their recovery, as part of how they wind down. The hustler winds down by spending time with their family and friends (the reasons why they hustle), by exercising, and by doing things that will improve their hustle. They are very conscious of how much time they spend on things that are pure empty calories. The hustler recovers so that she can gear up to produce more and better work. It’s part of the process.Non-hustlers sit in front of screens. But they don’t produce anything for those screens. They use those screens to consume, mostly entertainment. They want to get away from work so that they can watch television or surf the Internet. The non-hustler doesn’t use time away from work to improve themselves, to recover, or to reload so that they can produce even more and greater results. They don’t think enough of their work to believe their recovery is part of the process. Non-hustlers dread Mondays and you can see it on their tired faces every Monday morning.Hustlers love work. Non-hustlers resent work.If you are going to hustle, you are going to have to love your work. You are going to have to give yourself over to your work. Anything less isn’t hustling.
Access to credible information will allow the public to better engage in national decision-making. Access to Information Act (2002) created a new avenue by which the public can have access to government information. Minister with responsibility for Information, Senator the Hon. Sandrea Falconer, says access to credible information will allow the public to better engage in national decision-making while ensuring that there is greater transparency in governance.The Minister, who was speaking at the launch of the 2013/14 Access to Information National High School Essay Competition at the Office of the Prime Minister on Tuesday, September 24, said information that is neither credible nor truthful does not help the country to move forward.“I am a strong proponent of access to information. I am a strong believer in citizens’ participation and I believe that if we allow our citizens that access to the information in a timely manner, it will help them to develop and it will help our country to develop,” she added.Minister Falconer noted that the passage of the Access to Information Act (2002) created a new and meaningful avenue by which the public can have access to government information.She added that it forms part of the broader commitment to foster greater transparency and accountability in governance and the management of public affairs.“Over years, we have seen where ATI has given further effect to some of the fundamental principles underlying our democracy and the need for improved accountability, transparency and public participation in governance. By granting to the public that right of access, official government documents and data can now be accessed by the public,” she said.Senator Falconer further noted that access to information cannot be confined to a static request from a concerned individual or citizens’ action group to a government agency for information.“Information or data accessibility must move further to embrace open data, thus placing more responsibility on government to provide the public with clear, objective and complete information about its policies and decisions on an on-going basis,” she said.The ATI National High School Essay Competition, which is in its fifth year, is open to registered high school students between third and sixth forms.The competition which closes on January 31, 2014, focuses on the topic, “The Access to Information Act (2002) is critical for enabling citizens to exercise their voice, to effectively monitor and hold government accountable, and to enter into informed dialogue about decisions which affect their lives. Discuss.”Persons are encouraged to send entries to: Access to Information, Unit 5-9 South Odeon Avenue, Kingston 10 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org call 968-8282 for additional information.The ATI Act gives all citizens the legal right to see and get copies of official documents held by Government bodies. Citizens may also ask for personal information to be changed if it is incomplete, misleading, out of date or incorrect. The ATI National High School Essay Competition is open to registered high school students. Story Highlights