Splat! Diving boards stir feelings of summers gone by

Splat! Diving boards stir feelings of summers gone by
Even before The New York Times published an ode to diving boards earlier this month, I had begun ruminating on their role in the summer landscape. Such thoughts were triggered by a timeless scene I watched unfurl one sweltering July afternoon at …
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Sony's Crackle Aims to Thwart Digital-Advertising's Viewability Problem
Will it take a TV company to solve one of the biggest problems plaguing digital advertisers? Crackle, the streaming-video outlet owned by Sony, will enlist analytics company Moat and video-management service Freewheel in an effort to provide …
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Apple Unveils iPad Pro with Bigger Screen
Apple announced a new iteration of its best-selling tablet: the iPad Pro, with a larger screen and bigger keyboard, designed for business users as an alternative to laptops. The iPad Pro lets you “do things you can't do with a notebook,” Apple senior …
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State to Use Digital Billboards Indicating Traffic Deaths

Ebony Baker says plans to use digital message boards across the state about traffic deaths is a good idea. “Just like the incident that happened with Tyree they need to raise more awareness.” A roadside memorial for Baker’s son 13-year-old Tyree King has grown to include a football, basketball and lots of stuffed animals since the night he was hit and killed three weeks ago. He was just a few doors away from his home. when investigators say 71 year old Charles Heard who was drunk hit King. Heard was just indicted on two counts of aggravated homicide Monday. The teen’s mom says everyone needs to be more responsible. “Everybody knows where they have had to much to drink and it has left a hole in everyone one of our hearts that our son is not around anymore their brother it really hurts families when you lose a kid like that.” Sgt. Richard Dixon of the Ohio State Patrol says many states have been using these billboards for years and hopefully seeing them will make a difference in our state. “It’s just a matter of getting the public educated letting them know that number. Letting the public know this is the total, a lot of drivers think it can’t happen to them maybe when they see that total they will say that’s a lot.” The video message boards aren’t suppose to start until July 2 but we found a roadside digital sign already up Tuesday on Interstate 70 mile marker 57. The sign flashed nearly 80 more traffic deaths this year so far in comparison to last year. Those statistics show traffic related deaths in Clark and Champaign counties has more than doubled this year so far. OSP says its because fewer people are wearing seat belts and more people are driving impaired. For Baker although it won’t bring her son, Tyree back anything that can save someone else’s life is worth trying. “People need to think before they get in a car and drink and drive.” Now OSP and ODOT hope these signs will help people do just that. Changing driver behavior and hopefully reverse the deadly traffic trend.


Categories judged are acrylics, crafts and sculpture, mixed media, digital arts, photography, watercolor, oils and drawings. For student in kindergarten through sixth grade and students in seventh through grade 12. The exhibition will have various …
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Hospital looking for money from Clearview residents
Jory Pritchard-Kerr and Louise Watt of the foundation informed Clearview Township council that the New Age of Care Program raised almost $ 9.9 million and that funds have been directed, in part, to furthering electronic sharing of patient tests and …
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Wilton Bulletin Board
The Bulletin Board is a guide to events of public interest happening in Wilton designed to let you know what's happening and when, and to help schedule important events. Submissions may … Bring Old Photos into the Digital Age, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2-3 …
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Oregon shooter left behind online portrait of a lonely man with a grudge

Oregon shooter left behind online portrait of a lonely man with a grudge
Mercer was mixed race, according to an Internet dating profile that appeared to come from him, yet his e-mail address referenced an iron cross, a symbol often associated with Nazis. He described himself as a "lover," but posed with guns and posted …
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Brighton commuters darkest confessions laid bare on giant board at train station
Over 5,000 messages have so far been anonymously sent to the board's website by travellers, with the most thought-provoking and honest being relayed in two-minute loops between adverts. Stark revelations of loneliness, relationship regret, personal …
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Georgia's new technical college commissioner makes first trip to Augusta
“She is really focused on making sure that we are targeting our students towards the most demanding fields,” said Sullivan, who advertised Corbin's visit through e-mail blasts and electronic message boards on campus. “Her visit shows that technical …
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