Monthly Archives: August 2021

Winmate R10IB3S-GST2

Winmate R10IB3S-GST2 10.4 inch GS Series Panel PC Robust, robust and reliable fanless work tool with a modern look and capacitive multi-touch (by Conrad H. Blickenstorfer, September 2021) In this article we take a look at another of WinmateThe very wide range of Panel PCs. Panel PCs are workhorses – …

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Penlee RNLI marks 40 years since losing Solomon Browne

A flotilla of boats, led by Penlee RNLI, gathered off the former Penlee Lifeboat Station at Penlee Point yesterday (Monday August 30) to lay wreaths in memory of the 16 lives lost on December 19, 1981. Patch Harvey, coxswain of the Penlee RNLI lifeboat said; “It has been a true …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending August 29 | Part 2

Various planning requests have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s Planning Portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, so …

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Penlee Lifeboat Open House and Memorial Ceremony events

The Penlee Lifeboat Open House and Memorial Ceremony begins today and the full schedule of activities has now been posted. The event will see the annual blessing of the two lifeboats alongside music, a flotilla, a procession and a military wife choir. This event will also commemorate the 40th anniversary …

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The era of the NBA’s free agency tentpole is over

The protracted deliberative superstar free agency that freezes for days a multitude of teams clinging to cap space after a series of high profile meetings, whether in the Hamptons, Los Angeles or the center -City of Cleveland, seems almost poised to become a relic of the past decade. We notably …

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Burnaby refinery fire scares the public

“Impressive” fire was first reported as building fire, then brush fire, firefighters say The Burnaby Fire Department was “inundated” with calls about a fire in North Burnaby that turned out to be a “controlled burn” at the Parkland refinery last night, according to Deputy Fire Chief Dave Younger. “We sent …

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Cover Crop Day to be held near Gilmore City

GILMORE CITY, Iowa – Iowa Learning Farms, the Iowa Nutrient Research Center and Iowa Corn will host a day on nutrient management, cover crops and wetlands near Gilmore City on Wednesday, September 8. The event, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., will be held at the Iowa State University Drainage …

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Junkard Gem: 1987 Mercedes-Benz 190E

See the full image gallery >> Out of the 2,200+ condemned vehicles I photographed in demolition sites over the years the one with the most reliable mileage I have found has been a 1987 Mercedes-Benz 190E gasoline engine with over 600,000 miles on the clock (the highest UNtrustworthy odometer i …

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Spend Saturday morning at the farmer’s market

The Galesburg Farmers Market is one of the best places to feel better in this region. The weather is not always cooperative, but the vendors and visitors are always pleasant, happy and even fun! They seem to bring their own sunshine to this special place on Simmons Street. You may …

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Topsham teenager Katie Mccabe is sailing in Britain

While most 14-year-olds enjoy their summer vacation relaxing and enjoying some free time, Topsham’s Katie Mccabe has spent the last few weeks sailing a wooden boat around the Great -Brittany. Despite the enormous task hampered by this year’s inclement weather and harsh conditions at sea, the teenager is well on …

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On the grill: salmon and corn shashlik

And just like that, it’s August, a month when almost anything can happen, and that’s usually the case in Russia. Each year the country braces itself for ‘the curse of August’, the month’s propensity for natural disasters, hurricanes to flooding and even peatland fires, combined with a tragic number of …

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Derby Day through Devon and Cornwall as FA Cup journeys begin

There are a handful of tantalizing derbies in Devon and Cornwall in tomorrow’s FA Cup inaugural round – including two involving four of Cornwall’s five teams in the extra preliminary round. Helston Athletic started his first-ever Western League season with a fantastic 7-1 win at Bridport on Saturday, before drawing …

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Corn leaps on export strength – Daily Cereals Highlights

By Kirk Maltais –Corn for December delivery rose 1.1% to $ 5.53 a bushel, on the Chicago Board of Trade Thursday, amid better-than-expected export sales figures reported by the USDA this morning. –Soybeans for November delivery rose 0.2% to $ 13.28 1/2 a bushel. –Wheat for September delivery fell 0.6% …

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Explained: Why showers might become more frequent

Written by Aswathi Pasha, edited by Explained Desk | Cochin | Updated: Aug 4, 2021 12:24:31 pm On July 28, at least seven people were killed, 17 injured and more than 35 missing after a downpour hit a remote village of Jammu and Kashmir. Recently, showers were reported in several …

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Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round – Calendar

Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round – Calendar – Friday / Saturday / Sunday 6/7/8 August Latest articles by Brian Jeeves (see everything) Friday August 6Whickham vs. ConsettAscot United v HolyportNew Salamis vs. Kensington & Ealing BoroughWest Essex vs. St Panteleimon saturday 7 augustHarborough Town1 vs. Rothwell CorinthiansAFC Kempston Rovers …

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8 Delaware festivals returning this year

We’ve all missed out on some of our favorite seasonal festivals due to cancellations and pandemic postponements, we’ve got some great news. Throughout the rest of the year, many festivals are making a comeback amid the lifted restrictions. Whether you like peaches, beer, tacos, or all of the above, here …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending August 1 | Part 3

Various planning requests have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s Planning Portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, so …

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