Stump Creek woman facing charges in two drug cases

REYNOLDSVILLE — A Stump Creek woman has been jailed on alleged drug charges in two separate cases. The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office filed charges against Tiffany Marie Campbell, 31, of Stump Creek, including manufacture, delivery, or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver and criminal use of a communication facility –both felony charges.
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UPDATE: Student accused of making bomb threats faces adult charges

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) - Another Alachua County school student accused of making bomb threats against Eastside High School is being charged as an adult. Ta’nashia Robinson was moved to the Alachua County Jail on Wednesday. She’s facing two counts of making a false bomb threat and two counts of making a written threat to kill.
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Apple, Oceti Sakowin Power Authority teaming up to create ‘large-scale wind power development’

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — One of the world’s largest technology companies is teaming up with six Native American tribes in South Dakota. In a news release, Apple announced it will be working with the Oceti Sakowin Power Authority, which was formed by six Sioux tribes, to jointly “develop tribal renewable energy resources by financing, developing, constructing, and operating power generation and transmission facilities for the wholesale market.”
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Waynesboro (3-5) at No. 4 Turner Ashby (5-3)

Waynesboro (3-5) at No. 4 Turner Ashby (5-3) Last Meeting: Turner Ashby 33, Waynesboro 22 (March 26, 2021 in Waynesboro) Turner Ashby last week: Harrisonburg 40, Turner Ashby 21. Waynesboro last week: Waynesboro 38, Spotswood 27. Notes: Turner Ashby has won its last three meetings with Waynesboro after losing the...

OKI awards $53.8m for 26 regional transportation projects, including several in Northern Kentucky

Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Board President and Clermont County Commissioner David Painter have announced today the award of $53.8 million for 26 transportation projects in the region. “Unanimously, the OKI board has delivered a nearly $54 million infrastructure package that will enhance a number of areas throughout our...

Analysts Issue Forecasts for TransAlta Co.’s Q3 2021 Earnings (TSE:TA)

TransAlta Co. (TSE:TA) (NYSE:TAC) – National Bank Financial issued their Q3 2021 earnings estimates for shares of TransAlta in a report issued on Sunday, October 24th. National Bank Financial analyst P. Kenny anticipates that the company will earn $0.22 per share for the quarter. National Bank Financial has a “Sector Perform” rating and a $13.00 price objective on the stock.

Specialized transendothelial dendritic cells mediate thymic T-cell selection against blood-borne macromolecules

T cells undergo rigorous selection in the thymus to ensure self-tolerance and prevent autoimmunity, with this process requiring innocuous self-antigens (Ags) to be presented to thymocytes. Self-Ags are either expressed by thymic stroma cells or transported to the thymus from the periphery by migratory dendritic cells (DCs); meanwhile, small blood-borne peptides can access the thymic parenchyma by diffusing across the vascular lining. Here we describe an additional pathway of thymic Ag acquisition that enables circulating antigenic macromolecules to access both murine and human thymi. This pathway depends on a subset of thymus-resident DCs, distinct from both parenchymal and circulating migratory DCs, that are positioned in immediate proximity to thymic microvessels where they extend cellular processes across the endothelial barrier into the blood stream. Transendothelial positioning of DCs depends on DC-expressed CX3CR1 and its endothelial ligand, CX3CL1, and disrupting this chemokine pathway prevents thymic acquisition of circulating proteins and compromises negative selection of Ag-reactive thymocytes. Thus, transendothelial DCs represent a mechanism by which the thymus can actively acquire blood-borne Ags to induce and maintain central tolerance.

Apple teams with the Oceti Sakowin Power Authority to go carbon neutral

CUPERTINO, Calif. — On Wednesday, Apple announced it has more than doubled the number of suppliers committed to using 100 percent clean energy over the last year. The 2030 goal to be carbon neutral across its supply chain and products is accelerating in progress. Apple has also added 10 new...

5 Talent Acquisition Trends That Will Define 2022

As each year comes to a close, talent acquisition and recruitment teams worldwide plan their respective strategies for the next 12 months. The top TA teams tackle several critical tasks and address key areas like:. Resolving issues with their hiring processes. Revisiting language in their job descriptions. Reevaluating their talent...

Microneedling vs. QS Nd:YAG Laser with Tranexamic Acid for Melasma

Researchers found that in the treatment of melasma the use of microneedling has the same efficacy as QS Nd:YAG laser when combined with topical 3% tranexamic acid (TA) gel. Behera Debasmita, MD, Chinmoy Raj, MD, Agrawal Ishan, MBBS, and Debata Ipsita, MD published their findings in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology (October 2021).

Why Online Tutoring and Homework Assistance Platforms Will Not Fade Away Anytime Soon

Although in-person classes are going on in full swing, distance and online learning services are here to stay. A $4.2 billion industry in 2018, the online tutoring market is now worth over $5 billion. That is a 33 percent growth in less than 2 years. Investments in this sector have seen a remarkable increase as well. In 2019, over $4 billion was invested in online tutoring platforms. These investments increased to over $12 billion in 2020.

Tools and Tech for Increasing Diversity within Your Pipeline with Cory Kruse

Are your interview methodologies and processes consistent with your company's diversity hiring objectives? Are your hiring plans and tools optimized for the challenges that TA professionals face today? On this episode of Talent Acquisition Talks, get the inside scoop from Cory Kruse, President at Orion Talent as he walks us through his best practices and tips to boost diversity hiring and expand diversity awareness across your recruitment team and organization.

Aussie summer tennis calendar beginning to take shape

Tennis fans can look forward to Australian Open lead-up events in Sydney and Adelaide again as officials forge ahead with plans to restore the summer schedule to “as close to pre-pandemic conditions as possible”. Key points:. After being held in Doha and Dubai this year, Australian Open qualifying will return...

Spin"“orbit torques in normal metal/Nb/ferromagnet heterostructures

Quantifying the spin"“orbit torque (SOT) efficiency with changing the layer thickness is crucial for understanding the physical background of SOT. This study investigates the Nb-thickness-dependent SOT efficiency of two types of layered heterostructures: Ta/Nb/CoFeB and Pt/Nb/CoFeB. We find that the Nb thickness dependence of the SOT efficiency in the two samples is quite different. In the Pt/Nb series, the SOT sign changes according to the thickness variation because Pt and Nb have different spin"“orbit coupling signs. We observe the resulting reversal in switching polarity through current-induced SOT switching experiments. However, due to the same spin"“orbit coupling signs of Ta and Nb, no such polarity reversal was observed in Ta/Nb series. Further, we extract the spin diffusion length of Nb in each heterostructure. These results provide a systematic understanding of the material- and thickness-dependent SOT characteristics.

TA Realty promotes two senior executives to partner

TA Realty, a provider of real estate investment-management services to U.S. and non-U.S. institutional investors, has promoted Christine Elmore and Thomas Shapiro, two senior executives from its acquisitions group, to partner. Elmore, throughout her 11-year career with TA Realty, has demonstrated her trademark leadership style in each group she has...

Episode 323: TA Insights featuring Rob Dromgoole, Diane Sanford & Jude Reser

It’s a good time to be in talent acquisition. Right now there are more recruiting job openings than programmer openings in the US. Everyone is hiring and every company needs talent acquisition leaders to reach candidates, hire, and scale quickly. But the market to hire great talent continues to be a challenge especially in certain key industries. And that’s exactly what we are exploring.