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Blue Ribbon Run X

first_img Pinterest Twitter Pinterest Blue Ribbon Run XMidland County Child Welfare Board has scheduled the Blue Ribbon Run X from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. April 14 at Midland Memorial Stadium, 2001 W. Cuthbert Ave., Midland. Enter the main parking lot via North N. Street.Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. Races start at 8:30 a.m.There will be door prizes, face painting for kids, breakfast burritos and more. The event is dog and stroller friendly.Deadline to register is noon April 11. By admin – April 10, 2018 Local News WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Previous articleNATIONAL VIEW: Atlanta fell victim to a cyberattack — who’s next?Next articleCommunity meeting set for Ector Middle School admin Facebook Twitter Blue Ribbon Run Xlast_img read more

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DAILY OIL PRICE: December 30

first_imgLocal NewsIn the Pipeline By Digital AIM Web Support – December 30, 2020 TAGS  WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Plains All American logo.jpg Facebook Facebook Crude Oil: 48.40   (+0.40).Nymex MTD AVG:  47.1843.Natural Gas: 2.422   (-0.022).Gasoline: 1.4120   (+0.0241).Spreads: February/March   (-0.10)   March/April   (-0.07).Plains WTI Posting: 45.00   (+0.50). Twitter DAILY OIL PRICE: December 30 Pinterest Previous articleMake Money Management Your New Year’s ResolutionNext articleMidland motorcyclist dies in two-vehicle collision Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

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The Latest: WHO: Variants raise questions about vaccines

first_img Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador gives his daily morning press conference following a two-week absence after he tested positive for coronavirus, at the presidential palace, Palacio Nacional, in Mexico City, Monday, Feb. 8, 2021. By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 Local NewsBusinessUS News The Latest: WHO: Variants raise questions about vaccines WhatsApp Pinterest WhatsApp Facebookcenter_img Previous articleAmkor Technology Reports Financial Results for the Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2020Next articleChegg Reports 2020 Financial Results and Raises 2021 Guidance Digital AIM Web Support Facebook Twitter Pinterest Twitter TAGS  last_img read more

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Hydrofarm’s Phantom PHOTOBIO™•TX and PHOTOBIO™•T Greenhouse and Indoor Grow Lights Power Green for Sustainable…

first_img Previous articleIn Israel and beyond, virus vaccines bring political powerNext articleJuniper Research: Smart Traffic Management to Significantly Reduce Congestion and Emissions; Saving Cities $277 Billion by 2025 Digital AIM Web Support Twitter WhatsApp PETALUMA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 22, 2021– Hydrofarm Holdings Group, Inc. (“Hydrofarm”) (Nasdaq: HYFM), a leading independent wholesaler and manufacturer of hydroponics equipment and commercial horticultural products, unveiled PHOTOBIO•TXand PHOTOBIO•T linear top lights— the newest additions to the Phantom PHOTOBIO series of next generation LED tech solutions. The high-performance products, optimized for greenhouse applications, were developed by Hydrofarm and further expand the Company’s portfolio of innovative and proprietary branded products such as lighting, climate control, nutrients and growing media. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210222005560/en/ Hydrofarm’s Phantom PHOTOBIO™•TX and PHOTOBIO™•T Greenhouse and Indoor Grow Lights Power Green for Sustainable Farming (Photo: Business Wire) “We believe that our PHOTOBIO TX and T top lights are smart, affordable investments for growers looking to successfully cultivate all types of crops in controlled environments and in their homes. The Phantom PHOTOBIO LED line’s exacting design, extreme efficiency and extraordinary performance support the power to grow healthier food and plants,” said Bill Toler, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Hydrofarm. “Following our December 2020 IPO, we continue to enhance our portfolio with equipment to empower our customers.” Phantom PHOTOBIO•TX and PHOTOBIO•T are slim, high efficiency LED top lights that act as a natural light supplement for greenhouses. They provide minimal self-shading and can also act as a strong sole-source LED that provides better plant canopy access. The ultra-effective commercial design utilizes a proprietary heat sink construction, and the products are built with architectural-grade aluminum and a unique heat pipe cooling system that provides superior heat dissipation. The S4 spectrum delivers ideal conditions for plant health to deliver consistent crop quality. These fixtures provide horticulture professionals increased performance and yields while maximizing ROI. WATCH: Phantom PHOTOBIO: How Quality Is Made (video) Suggested retail pricing (SRP) for the PHOTOBIO•TX is $999 and PHOTOBIO•T is $599. The LED linear top lights are available for sale at specialty hydroponics retailers and to commercial / greenhouse distributors through Hydrofarm’s commercial sales team. Click here for more information. About Hydrofarm Holdings Group, Inc. Hydrofarm is a leading independent distributor and manufacturer of controlled environment agriculture equipment and supplies, including high-intensity grow lights, climate control solutions, and growing media, as well as a broad portfolio of innovative and proprietary branded products. For more than 40 years, Hydrofarm has helped growers in the U.S. and Canadian markets make growing easier and more productive. The Company’s mission is to empower growers, farmers and cultivators with products that enable greater quality, efficiency, consistency and speed in their grow projects. For additional information, please visit: www.hydrofarm.com View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210222005560/en/ CONTACT: Media: The LAKPR Group Hannah Arnold, 202-559-9171,[email protected] Lynn Trono, 323-672-8226,[email protected] -or- Hydrofarm Lisa Gallagher, 513-505-2334,[email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: MEN HOME GOODS OTHER NATURAL RESOURCES RESTAURANT/BAR CONSUMER AGRICULTURE NATURAL RESOURCES SPECIALTY CHEMICALS/PLASTICS FOOD/BEVERAGE MANUFACTURING RETAIL OTHER CONSUMER ENVIRONMENT WOMEN SENIORS ONLINE RETAIL SOURCE: Hydrofarm Holdings Group, Inc. Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/22/2021 10:00 AM/DISC: 02/22/2021 10:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210222005560/enCopyright Business Wire 2021.Hydrofarm’s Phantom PHOTOBIO™•TX and PHOTOBIO™•T Greenhouse and Indoor Grow Lights Power Green for Sustainable Farming Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 22, 2021 center_img Pinterest Facebook Facebook TAGS  Local NewsBusiness Hydrofarm’s Phantom PHOTOBIO™•TX and PHOTOBIO™•T Greenhouse and Indoor Grow Lights Power Green for Sustainable Farminglast_img read more

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Evasc Neurovascular meldet erstmalige Bewilligung eines Neuroprodukts im Rahmen des französischen Programms Forfait Innovation

first_img WhatsApp Twitter Local NewsBusiness Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Evasc Neurovascular meldet erstmalige Bewilligung eines Neuroprodukts im Rahmen des französischen Programms Forfait Innovation Facebookcenter_img The eCLIPs device is the first neuro device that has gained Forfait Innovation approval and funding Pinterest Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 TAGS  Previous articleEvasc Neurovascular anuncia la aprobación del primer producto neurológico para el programa francés Forfait InnovationNext articleEvasc Neurovascular annonce l’approbation du premier dispositif médical neurologique dans le cadre du programme français Forfait Innovation Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

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Texas officials flag tens of thousands of voters for citizenship checks

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest Texas officials flag tens of thousands of voters for citizenship checks Twitter WhatsApp Facebook TAGS  Twittercenter_img Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Local NewsState Pinterest The Texas secretary of state’s office announced Friday it would send local election officials a list of 95,000 registered voters who the state says counties should consider checking to see whether they are U.S. citizens and, therefore, legally eligible to vote.In an advisory released Friday afternoon, the office said it was flagging individuals who had provided the Texas Department of Public Safety with some form of documentation — including a work visa or a green card — that showed they were not a citizen when they were obtaining a driver’s license or an ID card. Among the individuals flagged, about 58,000 individuals cast a ballot in one or more elections from 1996 to 2018, the secretary of state’s office said. It’s unclear exactly how many of those individuals are not actually U.S. citizens and whether that number will be available in the future. In its notice to counties, the secretary of state’s office said the names should be considered “WEAK” matches, using all capital letters for emphasis. That means counties may now choose to investigate the eligibility of the individuals who were flagged, which would require them to send a notice asking for proof of citizenship within 30 days, or take no action. By law, the counties aren’t allowed to automatically revoke a voter’s registration without sending out such a notice.It’s possible that individuals flagged by the state — who provided DPS with documentation that indicated they were authorized to be in the country — could have become naturalized citizens since they obtained their driver’s license or ID card. A spokesman for the secretary of state said officials are “very confident” that the data received from DPS is “current.”In announcing the review of the rolls, Secretary of State David Whitley — who was appointed to the post last month after serving as deputy chief of staff to Republican Gov. Greg Abbott — immediately handed the data over to the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican who said his office will “spare no effort in assisting with these troubling cases.”But without additional verification, you can’t say these individuals all engaged in illegal voting, said Chris Davis, the head of the Texas Association of Elections Administrators.”People get naturalized,” Davis said. “It’s entirely too early to say that.”The numbers were released just a few weeks into a legislative session during which lawmakers may take up proposals to require some form of citizenship verification before registering to vote. The U.S. Supreme Court in 2013 rejected states’ efforts to require proof of citizenship to register to vote. Other federal courts have knocked down more recent efforts.”Integrity and efficiency of elections in Texas require accuracy of our state’s voter rolls, and my office is committed to using all available tools under the law to maintain an accurate list of registered voters,” Whitley said in a statement.But Beth Stevens, voting rights legal director for the Texas Civil Rights Project, said the announcement echoed efforts around the country to remove eligible voters from the rolls.”The secretary’s actions threaten to result in tens of thousands of eligible voters being removed from the roles, including those with the least resources to comply with the demand to show papers,” Stevens said. In a state where about 15.8 million Texans are registered to vote, the AG’s office has recently pursued a small number of convictions of illegal voting by non-citizens. Past reviews of the voter rolls by other states ultimately found that only a small number of the thousands of non-citizens they initially flagged had actually voted. For years, researchers have found that voter fraud is rare and claims that non-citizens are voting in large numbers have not been substantiated. Read related Tribune coverageTrump election fraud commission bought Texas election data flagging Hispanic votersJudge blocks Texas secretary of state from giving voter information to Trump commission The Texas Tribune. Previous article100418_Odessa_Invitational_JF_08Next article011119_SandHills_01 Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

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Philadelphia® Cream Cheese Launches Single-Serve Cheesecake to Help Avoid ‘The Last-Bite Dilemma’

first_img Pinterest Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – March 19, 2021 Facebook Twitter Previous articleEcoppia consolida presenza in Medio Oriente con primo progetto in EgittoNext articleHarden scores 38, Nets rally from 24 down, stun Suns 128-124 Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest Facebook Philadelphia® Cream Cheese Launches Single-Serve Cheesecake to Help Avoid ‘The Last-Bite Dilemma’ WhatsApp TAGS  WhatsApp Local Newslast_img read more

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LOGIX Announces the LOGIX Texas Metro Fiber Network to Deliver Dense Last Mile Connectivity…

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – April 6, 2021 WhatsApp Facebook LOGIX Announces the LOGIX Texas Metro Fiber Network to Deliver Dense Last Mile Connectivity for Wholesale Carriers TAGS  Facebookcenter_img The Texas Metro Fiber Network delivers rapid, reliable, and secure connectivity for wholesale carriers in the top major metros across Texas Local NewsBusiness Pinterest Twitter Twitter Previous article6 Color Trends to Help Improve Your Mood in 2021Next articleMusco Lighting Invests $5 Million in U.S. Soccer Foundation to Keep Kids Moving During Pandemic and Beyond Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

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One incumbent out, another stays

first_img Twitter Twitter WhatsApp One incumbent out, another stays Local News Pinterest Facebook Pinterest By Odessa American – May 1, 2021 Facebook WhatsApp From left, the candidates for the Ector County ISD Board of Trustees Position 4 Chris Stanley and Jesse Christesson and the candidates for the District 7 seat on the Ector County Hospital District Board Ben Casey Quiroz and Kathy Rhodes take part in a candidate forum hosted by the Ector County Republican Women’s Club Wednesday afternoon at the Odessa Marriott Hotel and Convention Center. Eli Hartman|Odessa American ECISD Position 4 incumbent Chris Stanley defeated challenger Jesse Christesson with 101 votes to 49 votes or 67.33 percent to 32.67 percent.Also, District 7 Medical Center Hospital board member Ben Quiroz was defeated by challenger Kathy Rhodes with 133 votes to 50 votes or 72.68 percent to 27.32 percent.Early voting ended Tuesday with 262 ballots cast and Saturday’s vote was 71 ballots cast total including early voting.Stanley said he came from Washington State when the University of Texas Permian Basin went to a four-year institution.Both will serve four years terms on their respective boards.Quiroz first won office four years ago and Stanley was appointed to the board after Trustee Doyle Woodall resigned in 2020.Quiroz is a local chiropractor while Rhodes is a business woman and local volunteer. Stanley is a professor at the University of Texas Permian Basin.Christesson, who is a home school high school graduate, said he doesn’t think there are certain qualifications you need to serve on a school board.Stanley, who holds a master’s degree, said both of his children graduated from high school in ECISD. Previous articleLife Challenge Academy Mock TrialNext articleCOLLEGE SOFTBALL: Falcons wrap up season with split at Western New Mexico Odessa Americanlast_img read more

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