Gears of War: Judgment Midnight Launch Party – March 18

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York On Monday, March 18 starting at 10 p.m., Microsoft at Walt Whitman Shops, will host a midnight launch party for Gears of War: Judgment where fans can compete for fun and bragging rights.Customers will enjoy food, drinks and prizes. Currently, customers can pre-order the game anytime and at any Microsoft retail store.They can pick up their own copy of Gears of War: Judgment at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, March 19 to continue the battle at home. The first 50 people in line will receive a special giveaway. Check out the Microsoft retail store Facebook for more information.last_img read more

Sumner County Sheriff Bookings: Aug. 12-19, 2013

first_imgYoder, Christofer34Wellington, KS700 E 16th Wellington KSSUSODUI, TOC, Driving while suspended8/14/13 Purkey, Lana43Kingfisher, OK416 S Washington Wellington, KSWPDFTA 12000035, FTA 130001838/14/13 Erwin, Stuart31Wichita, Ks500 N Washington WellingtonSUSOProbation Violation8/12/13 McCormick, Eugene21Wellington, KS500 N Washington WellingtonSUSOProbation Violation8/14/13 Swindler27Wichita, KsKDOC El DoradoSUSOHere for Court8/14/13 Jones, Dylan32Belle Plaine, Ks523 W 8th Belle Plaine, KsBPPDWarrant Arrest (2 SGCO warrants)8/15/13 NameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyChargesDate of Arrest MacDonald, David26Bonner Springs KsI35 MP1KHPWarrant Arrest (Johnson Co Indiana / FTA)8/16/13 Dorsey, Amber27Wellington, KS500 N Washington WellingtonSUSOProbation Violation8/12/13 Pennington, Heather35Belle Plaine, Ks213 N Logan Belle Plaine, KsBPPDDisorderly conduct8/18/13 Harrison, Tyson49Burden, KsMulvane PDMPDWarrant (FTA)8/13/13 Monasmith, Jeremy39Wichita, Ks213 N Logan Belle Plaine, KsBPPDDisorderly conduct8/18/13 Reyes, Jesus56Belle Plaine, Ks400 N Logan, Belle PlaineSUSODriving while suspended, Transporting open container, Liability insurance8/14/13 Dwyer, Adam33Belle Plaine, Ks200 N C #100WPDAttempted Burglary8/15/13 Clark, Keith45Wichita, Ks777 Kansas Star DriveSUSOWarrant arrest (Montgomery County)8/17/13center_img Hernandez, Michael35Caldwell, Ks500 N Washington WellingtonSUSOSGCO Warrant (Traffic)8/12/13 Lovan, Destiny30Wichita, KS1200 N Cherry Wellington, KSSUSORose Hill Warrant8/14/13 Hobbs. David22Wellington, KS512 N F Wellington, KSWPDFTA Warrant8/15/13 Rowan, Alan62Harper, KS109 E 15th Wellington KSWPDDUI8/15/13 Mann, Thomas Jared Jr33Wellington, KS215 W. 9th Wellington, KSSUSOFTA 13CR84, FTA 13TR6618/13/13 Dunn, Jason23Belle Plaine, Ks318 N Linden Belle Plaine, KsBPPDDV Battery / Criminal damage to property8/17/13 Thach,Drexler20Wichita, KS100 S Central Caldwell, KSCAPDPoss Drug Para, Crim use weapon,Poss with intent, No drug tax stamp8/17/13 Yura, Shellie37Wellington, KS100 E 15th Wellington, KSWPDFTA Warrant8/15/13 Ouano,Devin Brian30Wichita, KS100 S Central Caldwell, KSCAPDPoss Meth,Poss drug Para,Crim Use of weapon,Drug tax stamp,Felony Obstruction8/17/13 Smith, Gerald64Wichita, KsCowley County JailSUSOBurglary, 2 counts theft, 1 Sumner County Warrant8/14/13 Davis, Candace27Kansas City, KSI-35 M.P. 12KHPDriving while suspended8/18/13 Monday 0800  to  Monday 0800  WEEKLY   BOOKINGS 8/12/2013 thru 8/19/2013 Taton, Eric Eugene37Wichita, KS113 E. Spring Conway Springs, KSCSPDDV Battery8/13/13last_img read more

Three takeaways from Carolina Hurricanes 8-2 win over Ottawa Senators

first_imgThe 30-year-old forward was able to pick up an assist in the defeat on White’s goal — which came off a misread from Mrazek — to put the Sens on the board, 5-1.Colin White with some great work down low.GOAL: White (2)ASSISTS: Ennis (4), BOROWIECKI (5) pic.twitter.com/MfHOTQ06uJ— Ottawa Senators (@Senators) November 12, 2019It marked Ennis’ third straight game with a helper, as well as his fourth game with a point over a five-game span. He now has three goals and seven points in 17 games so far this season.At his current scoring rate, Ennis is on pace for a 34-point season, which would be his highest-scoring campaign since racking up 46 points in 2014-15 with the Buffalo Sabres. Colin White — in his first game back from injury — and Brady Tkachuk were Ottawa’s lone goal scorers. Goaltender Anders Nilsson were pulled after surrendering four goals on 19 shots, while Craig Anderson stopped 20 of 24 in relief.NHL RUMORS: Early-season trade candidates for 2019-20With the win, the Hurricanes were able to end a four-game losing streak, putting them into a three-way tie for the second wildcard spot. Ottawa, on the other hand, saw its bid for a three-game win streak spoiled and is still tied with the Detroit Red Wings (13 points) for last in the Eastern Conference. The Senators previously won three of their last four games heading into Monday’s contest.Here are three takeaways from the game.Joel Edmundson shines for CanesWhen Carolina acquired Joel Edmundson from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Justin Faulk, they were hoping to acquire the physicality they needed on the backend. However, despite going without a point through 17 games, the 6-4, 215-pound blueliner showed that he has the potential to contribute as well against the Sens.Edmundson not only scored his first goal of the season but added two assists en route to the win. It was his first point since March 7, when he had an assist against the L.A. Kings and his first goal since Feb. 14, where he scored against Arizona.[OTT 2 – CAR (8)] Edmundson records his third point of the night with his first goal as a Hurricane pic.twitter.com/puNS4TlkYV— GoatWorldSports (@GoatWorldSport1) November 12, 2019The 26-year-old isn’t expected to be a major producer for the Canes, but he did show that he can get involved on the forecheck, finishing with three shots on the night to boot. At the other end of the ice, Edmundson played a strong role on the backcheck and also led all skaters (tied with Brett Pesce) in shorthanded TOI with 3:13.Senators power play still not clickingOttawa’s power-play woes looked like they would be behind them when they managed two goals on the man advantage against the New York Rangers on Nov. 4. However, the power play told the same story as it has been this season.The Sens went 0-for-3 at 5-on-4 on Monday and managed just two shots on their opportunities.Over the last four games now, Ottawa has no PP goals and is 0-for-13 at 5-on-4.The Senators’ power play is dead-last in the league right now, operating at just 6.6 percent. If they want to get back on track before things are too late, the team will have to find a way to convert while up a man.Tyler Ennis finding way with SensComing from Toronto along with Ron Hainsey, Ennis was looking forward to finding a fresh start with Ottawa. And now, it seems like he’s getting the swing of things. Things seemed to be looking up for the Ottawa Senators, who were 3-2-0 to start November and getting strong goaltending and effort from all four forward lines, but that all changed on Monday when they faced the Carolina Hurricanes.After Warren Foegele struck 44 seconds in for the Canes, Carolina took over and dominated thanks to a two-goal performance from Sebastian Aho and 27 saves from Petr Mrazek, which helped pave the way early for an 8-2 win.last_img read more

BYAM method teaches ‘a lifestyle change’

first_img“A lot of professionals asked me to put information into a format that is easy to understand,” said Smith, a Uni­ver­sity of Pitts­burgh police officer and martial arts instructor. “The BYAM Method believes people are creatures of habit, conditioned to specific behaviors. With my method, people learn how to protect themselves on the street, in the car, in the home, on the phone and in many other places.”Smith maintains that BYAM is not a self-defense course, but a lifestyle change.“A person can learn all of the techniques of self-defense, but unless they practice every day, they will be forgotten. By learning the proper observation and awareness skills, participants can take a minute—actually a second or two—to think about any situation and interpret its degree of threat,” said Smith who created the BYAM Method in 1987.“In the class, I get people to put their whole minds and psyche on how the criminal thinks.”Smith is well-known as a sports star. While enrolled at Brentwood High School in Long Island, N.Y., he played football, ran track and wrestled. His stellar football play earned him the Hanson Award and the status of All American and All State Player. As a result, he won a scholarship to play football under the tutelage of coach Johnny Majors at the University of Pittsburgh.While enrolled at Pitt, Smith played in the Sun and Fiesta bowls. His wrestling skills netted him more than 136 wins. He graduated from Pitt in 1976 with a degree in Social Sciences. After graduating, Smith devoted his energy to the martial arts. He was named Competitor of the Year by the Kwan Mu Kan Federation in 1977-1978. He was also a member of the winning AAU Tae Kwon Do national team in 1977. He is listed in “Who’s Who in Karate,” The World’s Martial Arts Hall of Fame Directory.Smith holds master rank in Ju-Jitsu, Shotokan, Kwanmuzendokai Karate. He has an accredited class at the University of Pittsburgh and the Community College of Allegheny County. His company, Universal Professional Training, operates martial arts classes at Pitt, Carnegie Mellon and several community locations.Smith graduated from the Allegheny County Police Academy in 1980. He was the 1987 Police Athletic League Martial Arts Director and a member of the Fraternal Order of Police. He works as a police instructor at the Criminal Justice Training Center of Pennsylvania.“BYAM’s main purpose is to teach people to take a moment and use their mind and think about what to do without panicking in the face of danger,” Smith said.That was one of the reasons Pitt student Shantel Butler took one of Smith’s classes.“From taking this class, I have learned how to avoid danger and how to respond in certain situations. I learned different techniques that will help me defend myself, like how to position my body when walking, or how to hold my purse and much more. In the long run, this class will allow me to protect myself physically and mentally,” Butler said.According to Smith, a large number of women take his courses.“We have a high amount of women in our classes, but there are men, too. Men say that women really need the classes, but that’s fallacy. Men need to be street-savvy as well,” Smith said.Although he has been featured on many television shows, commercials and newscasts, Smith is searching for a national platform to get his BYAM Method of Protection to a broader audience.“We need to get out and do more lectures. I am looking for that national forum to get the message out there,” Smith said.(For more information on BYAM Method of Protection or Curtis Smith, call 412-661-2244.) GET OFF ME—Curtis Smith oversees Shantel Butler, an 18-year-old freshman from Chicago, fend off a staged attack from Coniah Grimes, a 25-year-old junior from Americus, Ga., with whatever she had in her hand at the time, which was an umbrella. Curtis Smith took his love for martial arts and parlayed it into a formula for self-defense that has been used to prevent sexual, physical and criminal assaults.The Buy Yourself A Minute Method of Personal Protection uses a behavior modification approach that teaches people how to avoid incidents before they happen. The method teaches people how to increase awareness and recognition skills so they can identify and evaluate threatening situations.last_img read more

Olympia Orthopaedic Associates Encourage Patients to “Look for the O”

first_imgFacebook36Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Olympia Orthopaedic AssociatesOrthopaedic foot and ankle surgeons Timothy A. DuMontier, M.D., Richard J. Lamour, M.D., and Ryan E. Will, M.D., of Olympia Orthopaedic Associates are helping patients in Olympia take charge of their foot and ankle health. In conjunction with a new consumer awareness campaign from the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS), the leading organization for lower extremity medicine and foot and ankle surgery, Drs. DuMontier, Lamour and Will are helping the public recognize the value of seeking a foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon for their foot and ankle healthcare needs. Area patients seeking specialized foot and ankle care are encouraged to schedule an appointment at Olympia Orthopaedic Associates in East or West Olympia by calling (360) 709-6230 or visiting www.olyortho.com.The nurses at the OOA outpatient surgery center are just part of the team that is available to you. Photo credit: Olympia Orthopaedic Associates“Consumers don’t generally give much thought to their foot health—that is, until something goes wrong,” states Dr. Timothy DuMontier. “Seventy-five percent of all people experience foot pain at some point in their lives, and that’s why the AOFAS felt it was imperative to educate consumers, so they know how to find the best medical care before a problem arises.”The campaign—called Look for the “O”—stresses the importance of choosing a specialized foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon when a person has foot pain or concerns. These surgeons have the expertise to help consumers keep their feet healthy and pain-free. The campaign promotes five distinctive value messages:That foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons are fully trained medical doctors (M.D.s and D.O.s) who can balance foot and ankle concerns with the patient’s whole body health.That foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons complete extensive and ongoing medical training, which increases their expertise and effectiveness.That foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons do not just operate but provide both surgical and non-surgical treatments for everything related to foot and ankle health.That foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons are particularly competent at treating complicated cases.That consumers should seek a second opinion from a foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon, particularly when foot or ankle surgery is advised.Says Dr. Richard Lamour,“I want people in Olympia to know they can reach out and connect with a foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon when they have any kind of foot or ankle problem. I think this campaign will go a long way toward increasing public awareness about the value foot and ankle surgeons and AOFAS members provide to patients every day.”About the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle SocietyAs a professional organization of foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons, the AOFAS promotes quality, ethical and cost-effective patient care through education, research and training of orthopaedic surgeons and other healthcare providers. The society creates public awareness for the prevention and treatment of foot and ankle disorders and serves as a resource for government and industry as well as the national and international healthcare communities.About Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic SurgeonsFoot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons are medical doctors (M.D.s and D.O.s) who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries of the foot and ankle. Their education and training consists of four years of medical school, five years of postgraduate training and often a fellowship year of specialized foot and ankle surgical training. Foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons treat patients of all ages, performing reconstructive procedures, treating sports injuries and managing foot and ankle trauma.About Olympia Orthopaedic AssociatesOffering excellence in orthopaedic care, the specialty-trained doctors of Olympia Orthopaedic Associates are the dedicated leaders keeping you in motion. With 23 doctors specializing in joint replacement; neurosurgery; pain management; physical medicine and rehabilitation; sports medicine; and trauma, as well as providing care for the back, neck and spine; elbow; foot and ankle; hand and wrist; hip; knee; and shoulder, Olympia Orthopaedic Associates offers comprehensive orthopaedic care to Olympia and the surrounding areas with two office locations in Olympia and their Rapid Orthopaedic Care clinics in Lacey and West Olympia. The experts provide sports medicine coverage for Saint Martin’s University, South Puget Sound Community College, The Evergreen State College and many area high schools. To learn more about Olympia Orthopaedic Associates and its doctors, please visit www.olyortho.com, “Like” Olympia Orthopaedic Associates on Facebook or follow @OlyOrtho on Twitter.last_img read more