Monthly Archives: October 2021

Seven reasons why locals love living in Cornwall

I think we can all agree that Cornwall is an amazing place to live and there are many reasons why. There are so many things that make the Duchy special and we’ve explained to some local residents why they love living in Cornwall and made a list based on their …

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Cornwall activists at COP26 plan to provoke scenes

Cornwall activists are expected to cause a storm at the COP26 conference to be held in Glasgow from this weekend. Twelve groups, including over 200 participants from across Cornwall, have come together to create artistic statements and performances that aim to highlight areas where environmental change is needed. The collection …

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Expensive corn to keep feed barley prices high

Some feed grain prices are falling due to increased supplies, but barley is holding up very well, analyst said. “It’s hard to be too negative on barley when corn prices are as high as they are,” said Bruce Burnett, analyst at MarketsFarm. The December corn futures contract was trading at …

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The true cost of the energy crisis remains to be seen

Consumers around the world have already started to feel the effects of the global natural gas crisis and soaring prices in Europe and Asia. European households pay much higher gas and electricity prices, while nearly half of American consumers brace for a 30% jump in winter energy bills as they …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending October 24 | 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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Minneapolis wheat tops $ 10 for first time since 2012

Martinson, speaking to Rook at this week’s Agweek Market Wrap, sponsored by Gateway Building Systems, said a combination of factors came into play, including good demand for milling-grade wheat, a tight supply mill-grade wheat, with China facing planting issues, a forecast for dry conditions in the southern plains and prospects …

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North Devon is officially in full bloom

The towns of North Devon are flourishing wonderfully – this is the verdict of the judges at South West in Bloom. City teams from across the region traveled to Weston-Super-Mare on Thursday, October 7 to see if they had won a silver medal, a silver medal or the coveted gold. …

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Discretion is the best part of value

By Dr Parakrama Waidyanatha Courtesy of Island In his novel published in 1891, tiled The light that failed ”, Rudyard Kipling wrote the phrase “bite the bullet” to express the idea that courage can be acquired by “biting a bullet”! As it stands, should the President and the government continue …

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Culinary Notes: Apple Season Delights Bakers

The favorite apple of New Jersey bakers is available at farmer’s markets. Like most local apples, the crisp and tangy Stayman Winesap, which adds so much flavor to baked goods and cider, is having a good year in the Garden State. Over 30 varieties of apples are grown in New …

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Elizabeth Bolton Obituary (1941 – 2021) – Shaker Heights, OH

Elizabeth “Betsy” Day Bolton, wife, mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully on October 16, 2021, at her home in Asheville, North Carolina, with her family by her side. Born June 13, 1941 in Hartford, Connecticut, she graduated from Madeira School, Smith College and Stanford University. She lived in New York …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending October 17 | 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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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending October 17 | Part 1

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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Clevedon Town tilts at Mousehole

Clevedon Town came back useless after a 13 hour round trip to West Cornwall where Mousehole beat the Seasiders 3-2 in a thrilling football game last Saturday. It was the very first meeting between the two teams and after a cautious opening the hosts took the lead with their first …

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UMSL Opera Theater Wins First US Prize for “The Medium”

The UMSL Opera Theater won first place in the 2021 US Award in the smaller college / university opera performance programs division for its performance of “The Medium.” The victory marks the third time in four years that the UMSL Opera Theater has placed first in a national competition. (Photo …

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Mallory Kline scores 2 goals as Ephrata advances from northern Lebanon to the LL League field hockey semi-finals | High school field hockey

Northern Lebanon really got carried away in the defensive zone during the Lancaster-Lebanon League field hockey quarter-final on Saturday night in Ephrata. It seemed like the right strategy for the Vikings. However, when faced with a player like Mallory Kline senior of the Mountaineers, sometimes even a defensive shell doesn’t …

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Business News | Stock market and stock market news

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Fox broadcaster slammed a presenter’s comment

Terry Bradshaw (pictured right) has been criticized for his comments about Erin Andrews’ clothes (pictured left). (Images: Fox News) Television broadcaster Terry Bradshaw was criticized for making “cringe-worthy” comments on “Thursday night football” Presenter Erin Andrews on a live broadcast. Andrews was interviewing Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Devin White after …

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Gilbert & Sullivan’s own model back live

LIVE THE KING — Edward Tavalin as the Pirate King in “The Pirates of Penzance” playing at the Hillcrest Center in Thousand Oaks. Courtesy of John Pillsbury There is much to celebrate in Ventura County these days with the gradual return of musical theater, but the most rewarding of these …

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Native corn delivered to the Pawnee tribe at CCC

HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) – Several members of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma visited Central Community College in Hastings, where they received a special delivery on Wednesday. Several gardeners in the area delivered Pawnee corn to the college for delivery to the tribe. Oklahoma soil is not ideal for growing corn. …

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Record yields of corn and soybeans expected in Illinois

SPRINGFIELD – More than half of Illinois corn crop is now out of fields, says U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Illinois Crop and Crop Report . On Sunday, maize harvested for cereals reached 55 percent, compared to a five-year average of 46 percent at this point in the season. The condition …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending October 10 | Part 1

Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and the associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s website. 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 …

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B-52H crew give unprecedented tour of Stratofortress bomber

Lieutenant-Colonel Bohl presents the B-52H Stratofortress during the guided tour. (Screenshot from YouTube video below) The instructors at Barksdale AFB shared with us their in-depth knowledge of BUFF (Big Ugly Fat Fella), with lots of interesting and little-known details. For nearly 70 years, the B-52 Stratofortress bomber has been one …

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Clevedon Town gives two goals to draw Keynsham Town

Clevedon Town lost a two-goal lead as Keynsham Town, 10, fought back with late goals to walk away with a point at Everyone Active. Ahead of last Saturday’s game, Friends of Clevedon Town member Colin Higgins presented prizes to two players. Morgan Davies received his award for 50 first-team appearances …

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How long does Halloween candy last?

Photo: JLMcAnally (Shutterstock) If you plan to ration your kids’ candy for Halloween—or end up buying more candy thann you need– you might be wondering how long it will last before its quality starts to deteriorate. As a rule, most candy will last for nine months, although may vary depending …

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California COVID death rates higher in less vaccinated areas

Residents of rural California counties with low vaccination rates died from COVID-19 at significantly higher rates during the summer wave of Delta coronavirus variants than those in better vaccinated areas such as the San Bay area. Francisco and Southern California, a Los Angeles Times data analysis found. The findings show …

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Helston signs Cory Harvey from Western League rivals Mousehole

Helston Athletic has finalized the signing of Toolstation Western League rival Mousehole AFC goaltender Cory Harvey. The former Plymouth Argyle Academy prospect joins Helston and will be available for their top-of-the-table clash against Tavistock AFC on Saturday 9 October. Speaking to the Packet, Helston manager Steve Massey was delighted to …

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Why don’t people take Gilbert and Sullivan seriously?

THEand I admit it: I have not, for most of my life, been the model even of an unconditional fan of the work of William Schwenck Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Instead, I thought of their Savoy operas as reliquaries of archaic Victorian-era chauvinism, complacent bourgeois sentimentality, one-dimensional expressive mirth, and …

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Terror in the Corn will scare visitors in October |

Marana is going to have a great time: Terror in the Corn is now open at the intersection of Tangerine Road and I-10 at exit 240. Terror In the Corn is a locally organized and managed event that has brought spooky entertainment to Southern Arizona for 10 years. Each Terror …

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New food, new stalls making a difference at the fall festival

EVANSVILLE, Indiana (WEHT) – Go to enough fall festivals and eventually you’ll get what you like. But for every brain sandwich, stromboli, or haystack, there’s always something new to try along W. Franklin Street. For the Hadi Shrine Motor Corps, that means khaki pudding, homemade by Heather Laflen. Laflen, who …

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Joby and Podzilla compact tripod range announced

October 5, 2021 JOBY compact tripods are a new line of tripods designed to be affordable, versatile and lightweight, Tripods are full-size tripods, which is different from the usual Joby Gorillapod tripods, such as the Gorillapod, which are compact and designed to attach to most things. The range has been …

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Major General Matthew Holmes, Navy who led a daring assault on Afghanistan but resigned as commanding general of the Royal Marines after resisting plan to double his role – obituary

Appointed Commanding General of the Royal Marines that year, Holmes began to develop a new coastal strike concept for the Future Commando Force, working closely with the First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Tony Radakin. In March 2020, he hosted Prince Harry, in his then capacity as Captain General of the …

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Keep a close eye on your stored grain | Business

With varying moisture levels at harvest this year, growers should spend a significant portion of their time monitoring stored grain. Whether the grain has been run dry or at higher moisture levels, tracking that grain after storage is just as important. Much of this crop’s grain was harvested in warm …

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8 of the best scuba diving sites in the UK and Ireland

Holy Island, Anglesey Ideal for: dives on historic wrecks The island’s many coves off North Wales are protected from the strong offshore currents, making them popular land-based dive sites for adventurous divers. Underwater, spectacular reefs, pinnacles, mounds and drop offs create a captivating environment for wrasse, gobies, blennies, various crabs, …

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‘Sapphire Blue Sky’ Helps Crop Yields Above Average

Yields seem to be average or a little better Plumes of dust have gushed from combines across north central Ohio in the past few days, filling the sunny skies that greeted farmers in the first full week of the harvest season. “It’s been a great week,” said Jason Hartschuh, Ohio …

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02 | october | 2021

Halloween is basically built for the hacker. Besides the obvious making of absurd costumes, there is also a chance to showcase your skills, whether mechanical, audio, or video. It’s also a great time to show off our coolest tips for inspiring young proto-hackers. If you need inspiration, we have 150 …

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James Williston Obituary (1938 – 2021) – Ann Arbor, MI

James “Jim” Williston Ann Arbor, MI – James Duncan Williston passed away peacefully from complications of Alzheimer’s disease on Thursday morning July 29. He was 82 years old. Jim was born on December 7, 1938 in Gardner, Massachusetts to Catherine Elizabeth Mildren Williston of Mousehole, Penzance, UK and Blair Duncan …

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Andrew Mount Horse Racing Tips – Saturday October 2

Andrew Mount’s October 2 horse betting advice column includes his top six bets for Saturday. After more than two decades of work in the industry, this broadcaster, journalist and informant lets punters discover his secret systems. Andrew regularly posts in the Racing Post, Weekender and Racing & Football Outlook, while …

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The stunningly beautiful seaside village of Cornwall which is consistently named one of the UK’s finest with two of the county’s best restaurants

Mount’s Bay, at the western end of Cornwall, is dotted with villages and towns, but there is a fishing village considered one of the most beautiful. The village of Mousehole is about four kilometers south of Penzance, a short distance from St Clements Isle and has two Michelin recommended restaurants. …

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Waverly Farmer’s Facebook page shows a single growing corn stalk; 500 people and 15 classrooms nationwide watch | Agriculture

With the corn stalk, Peterson attempted to measure a soybean plant, but it was “not as fun” as measuring corn. “It just didn’t make the changes,” Peterson said. “For some reason, something in the soy leaf wouldn’t take the paint.” Aside from the not-so-successful soybean measure, Peterson said, the outcome …

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