Known for a gruff demeanor, Young told the audience he will not change: He will still holler, he will still at times get out of line. But if that happens, he says that action comes from his heart, adding: “My heart is in this House.” Young: “I do believe we are more divided, by the extreme. You hear either the right or the left side, the middle is not being heard because they are not aigated enough.” Young fielded questions from the audience in a nearly 40-minute Q and A session at the Kenai Visitor and Cultural Center. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaska’s sole U.S. Representative was on the Kenai Peninsula on Tuesday speaking at a joint Kenai/Soldotna Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. Representative Don Young, a 40 year veteran in the U.S. Congress, says that he believes the President is trying to get Americans down the right path, but it’s now up to Congress to work together. Young: “The congress itself is not has well organized as it used to be, it’s very partisan. I’ve always been able to work across the aisle and will continue to do that, because they are in the majority now as they were when I first got elected. That’s part of the program of representing the state as a whole. “ Young said during the luncheon that he will be seeking reelection next year. He will be 86 when he runs for a 25th term.
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Anchor Point Fire & EMS were dispatched to a vehicle fire on the south end of the Old Sterling Highway in Anchor Point On Sunday, at 11:46 pm. According to a press release, 10 firefighters from Anchor Point Emergency Services responded with an engine, tanker, ambulance and a command vehicle. Upon arrival crews were able to quickly extinguish the fully involved vehicle. The driver of the vehicle stated he had been having mechanical problems when the engine compartment caught fire. There were no firefighter or civilian injuries, according to the release.
All the cool new gadgets at CES 2019 Angela Lang/CNET Smart mirrors are popping up everywhere at CES 2019 and Capstone Connected Home is jumping in the game with a Google Assistant-enabled model. The touchscreen mirror allows you to download apps from the Google Play store, stream YouTube and ask Google Assistant anything you would in a standard smart speaker. You can also compose emails and messages by typing directly on the mirror. Voice control in the mirror can recognize six different voices and log users in and out of Google accounts. The company says this method still keeps user data private. The mirror does require the Capstone Connected Control Hub. The hub is also a touchscreen device, like a tablet, that acts as the command center for the mirror. You can hang the Capstone Smart Mirror or stand it up on a counter. The mirror will be available in multiple sizes, beginning with a 19-inch by 22-inch model in early 2019. Pricing information is not yet available. Google Assistant CES Products Google CES 2019 0 Share your voice Post a comment Tags 85 Photos CES 2019: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show. CES schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. Here’s what to expect. Smart Home
Read more:1,096 dengue patients hospitalised in 24 hours File photoTwo more people infected with mosquito-borne dengue died in Dhaka and Faridpur districts on Monday, reports UNB. In Dhaka, Jewel Mahmud Nayan, 38, a local trader and son of Dalil Uddin in Dhamrai upazila, died of dengue at Enam Medical College Hospital in Savar in the afternoon, said its physician Rezaul Karim.Victim’s wife said Nayan was admitted to Dhamrai Upazila Health Complex on Thursday with fever and shifted to Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital in the capital after he was diagnosed with dengue.However, for lack of seats, he was taken to Enam Medical College Hospital on Saturday, she said, adding that he died while undergoing treatment at the intensive care unit of the hospital.In Faridpur, Selim Biswash, 40, who used to run a garage of vehicles in the capital, died in the early hours, a day after he returned home at Dangi village in Charbhadrason upazila with fever.Selim, son of Kadam Biswash of the village, fell sick on Thursday, said his relatives. Having no response after taking medicines, he returned home on Sunday afternoon.After his platelet count was found to be 120,000 per microlitre of blood after test at a local diagnostic centre, he was admitted to Faridpur Sadar Hospital, said his wife.Selim died while undergoing treatment at the hospital, she said.Meanwhile, some 1,096 people suffering from dengue fever were hospitalised across the country in the last 24 hours till 8 am on Monday, showing a gradual rise in the number of such patients over the last several days. According to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), the number of dengue patients was 824 on Sunday while 683 on Saturday, 603 on Friday and 547 on Thursday.The dengue has now spread to 50 districts of the country.Currently, 3,847 dengue patients are being treated in hospitals across the country.From January 1 till the date, there have been 13,637 confirmed dengue cases.Eight of them have died as per the government’s count although the unofficial death toll is much higher. The latest death was also not included in the official figure.
By Micha Greeen, AFRO Washington D.C. Editor, firstname.lastname@example.orgAuthorities said they arrested and charged one suspect in the August murder of 16-year-old Kevin Wilson Jr. of Silver Spring, who was shot in the Takoma Park area of Prince George’s County, before later dying at a hospital.Kevin Wilson(pictured), a talented athlete, was killed in Takoma Park. A suspect is facing a first degree murder charge. (Courtesy photo)Tyrell McArthur, 22, of Temple Hills, Maryland, has been arrested and has five charges against him in the murder of Wilson. The charges include first-degree and second-degree murder, assault in the first degree, use of a firearm and having a handgun on his person according to the District Courts of Maryland.Police are also looking for 22-year-old Rayshawn Williams in relation to Wilson’s death, according to The Washington Post. Williams’ last known address is in Southeast, D.C.Detectives are still searching for a third suspect in the case and are still trying to determine a motive for the shooting.
Don’t we all get a craving for some crispy, sizzling, juicy chicken during some part of the day? Well, Thank God it’s Friday (TGI Friday) has a special treat stored in for all the chicken lovers out there this summer! They have featured their new ‘Chicken Sensations- flavours beyond your expectations’ which will flatter your taste buds with a galore of exciting chicken dishes. TGIF’s Chicken Sensations include Crab Crusted Cajun Chicken, Parmesan Crusted Chicken and Wicked Chicken. We tried their Crab Crusted Cajun which was rich and quite juicy with two blackened chicken breasts topped with bruschetta crab blend. The dish was served with a flavourful parmesan mushroom cream sauce and creamed spinach with cheddar potatoes. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Their Parmesan Crusted Chicken was also quite commendable with two nicely sauteed chicken breasts which were brushed with Caesar dressing and then finished with a parmesan-crust. The dish was served with a creamy spinach Alfredo fettuccine pasta and a fresh tomato mozzarella salad which complimented the chicken perfectly.The special menu also offers Wicked Chicken which includes two blackened chicken breast topped with cajun cream sauce over jambalaya rice. The dish is served with butter roasted corn cobs and a side of cajun cream sauce. So head over to TGI Friday’s to satify your chicken mania. A meal for two would cost Rs. 1200 plus taxes.
02Sep Rep. Iden encourages residents to attend September office hours State Rep. Brandt Iden will host his regularly scheduled coffee hours in Kalamazoo County on Sept. 9 and Sept. 16.“The monthly office hours really help me be the best possible representative for the 61st District,” said Rep. Iden, R-Oshtemo. “These events help keep us connected, so I hope local residents will join me to share any questions or concerns they have about our state government. I look forward to seeing everyone at Feed The World Café in Oshtemo and Rise N’ Dine in Vickburg.”Rep. Iden’s first coffee hour session is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 9, 9-10:30 a.m. at Feed The World Café, 7000 Stadium Drive #201, in Kalamazoo. He will also be available Friday, Sept. 16, 10-11:30 a.m. at Rise N Dine, 121 South Main St., in Vicksburg.Residents who are unable to attend the coffee hours are invited to contact Rep. Iden’s office at (517) 373-1774, by email at BrandtIden@house.mi.gov or online at RepBrandtIden.com. Categories: Iden News,News