Facebook29Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Batdorf & BronsonBatdorf and Bronson introduces its new Steeped Dancing Goats coffee to its wholesale and online customers. At home, on the go and wherever you are, Batdorf and Bronson provides coffee without compromise.With its tempting aroma, rich taste, and heavy body similar to an excellent French Press brew, Steeped Batdorf and Bronson coffee is a delicious addition to your coffee routine.For years, coffee lovers have had to choose between quality and convenience. Batdorf and Bronson now offers, a sustainable, single serve coffee without compromise. Perfect for waking up in a luxurious hotel suite or for waking up under the stars, Steeped Dancing Goats coffee will revolutionize your on the go experience.Batdorf and Bronson partnered with Steeped Coffee Company to create this one-of-a-kind coffee in a sachet. “Upon brewing, the cup is sweet and flavorsome, true to its chocolate, cherry and spice descriptors,” says green bean buyer Bob Benck about this new offering.Both companies share a vision of producing coffee without compromise. Every bag is nitro-sealed inside compostable packaging. Each coffee bag is made of a non-GMO food-grade biodegradable material that can be easily composted directly in your garden or your compost bin. The unique 100% compostable filtration and freshness system makes every cup guilt-free and eco-friendly.With hot water, a mug, and 5 minutes you can now enjoy Dancing Goats coffee anywhere. This is the simplest way to make a great cup of coffee.Pricing and Availability – Dancing Goats Steeped Coffee, both regular and decaf, can be purchased online. If you would like to inquire about wholesale sales please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.In 1988, the first Dancing Goats Coffee Bar opened its doors in Olympia, WA with a passion for serving coffee without compromise. Now operating two roasteries in Atlanta, GA and Olympia, WA, a training lab in St. Petersburg FL, and several Dancing Goats coffee bars on both sides of the continent, Batdorf and Bronson ensures that all of their customers receive fresh, quality coffee without compromise.
Facebook1.4kTweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston CountyToday, Thurston County Health Officer, Dr. Diana Yu, issued a masking directive indicating that all individuals must wear face coverings over their noses and mouths, except when eating or drinking, when they will be at indoor public settings, or outdoor public locations where they cannot maintain distancing of approximately six feet from another individual who does not share their household.People can use fabric coverings, such as cloth face masks, scarves, and bandana coverings or other material as recommended by CDC. N95 masks are still reserved for health care providers.Individuals must wear cloth face masks properly to avoid contaminating their hands or face. Before putting on a mask and after removing a mask, individuals should clean their hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water, change masks when moist, and wash after use. Remember to avoid touching the mask while in use. Worn masks may be contaminated with infectious agents.People should continue washing hands frequently with soap and water, avoid touching their faces, avoid gatherings of more than 5 people, and continue staying at least 6 feet away from one another.“I’m exercising my authority as Health Officer for Thurston County to require that people wear cloth face coverings in particular circumstances,” said Thurston County Health Officer, Dr. Diana Yu. “With our approval to begin Phase 2 of Safe Start Recovery, it’s more important than ever that people be cautious, responsible, and considerate of others. We want to continue moving forward as a county. Without extra caution, we risk back-sliding.”Certain people are exempt from this directive:Any child aged three years or less;Any child aged 4-12 years unless parents and caregivers supervise the use of face coverings by children to avoid misuse;Any individual who has any type of disability that prevents them from comfortably wearing or removing a face covering;Any individual who is deaf and uses facial and mouth movements as part of communication;Any individual who has been advised by a medical, legal, or behavioral health professional that wearing a face covering may pose a risk to that individual;Any individual who has trouble breathing or is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the face covering without assistance.Using a face covering does not replace the need to practice physical distancing (staying away from ill people, staying home when ill, and avoiding all non-essential activities and contact with others), frequent handwashing, and avoiding touching of the face.The directive applies to any indoor public setting or outdoor public location where a person will be in within six feet of another individual, who does not share the same household, and includes, but is not limited to, the following sectors:Groceries, pharmacies, and other retail that sells food and beverage products, including but not limited to grocery stores, corner stores and convenience stores (including liquor stores), farmers’ markets, food banks, farm and produce stands, supermarkets, big box stores that sell groceries, and essentials and similar food retailCommercial retail stores that supply essential sectors, including convenience stores, pet supply stores, auto supplies and repair, hardware and home improvement, garden stores and nurseries that support food cultivation and production, office supply stores that support working-from-home, and home applianceAll commercial establishments in Thurston County are directed to post signage advising individuals to wear face coverings on the premises. Signage will be available for download at Thurston County Public Health and Social Services.A violation of the directive does not create grounds for residents or law enforcement to stop, detain, issue a citation, arrest, intimidate, or harass individuals who are not in compliance. Instead, the directive should be used to educate, encourage, and persuade individuals to wear face coverings.Yu said, “I strongly urge all people in Thurston County to support the health and well-being of the community by complying with this directive without delay.”The Face Covering Directive is available in its entirety at: https://www.thurstoncountywa.gov/phss/phssdocuments/HOFaceCovering-directive-order%20FINAL.pdf
“Although I was unaware that this treatment was not permitted under NHL rules that is no excuse whatsoever. I should have done my research and I should have checked with the NHL/NHLPA Performance Enhancing Substances Program’s doctors. “I accept full responsibility for my actions, and I am sorry. Throughout my entire career I have felt genuinely blessed and honored to play the great game of hockey and I regret the impact that this may have on my team and our fans.” The NHL.com said based on the Ducks’ current schedule, Horcoff would be eligible to return March 11. However that could change based on when Ducks’ Jan. 22 game against the Washington Capitals, which was postponed because of the winter storm that hit the Northeast, is rescheduled. Horcoff, 37, signed with the Ducks on July 3, 2015. He has six goals and four assists in 45 games. In 15 NHL seasons with the Edmonton Oilers, Dallas Stars and Ducks, he has 186 goals and 506 points in 994 regular-season games. Although born in Trail, Horcoff grew up and went to school in Castlegar. Horcoff played in the BCHL before gaining a scholarship to Michigan State University. The National Hockey League has suspended former Trail Smokies star and Anaheim Ducks forward Shawn Horcoff for 20 games without pay Tuesday for violating terms of the NHL/NHLPA Performance Enhancing Substances Program. The NHL.com release said under the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the League and the players, the suspension is accompanied by mandatory referral to the NHL/NHLPA Program for Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health for evaluation and possible treatment. “While recovering from an injury I suffered this past fall, I tried a treatment that I believed would help speed up the healing process,” Horcoff said in a statement.
CR7 and his teammates are still unaware when their next commitment will be played, because Italy is experiencing an emergency due to the outbreak of the coronavirus that caused the postponement of many matches both in Serie A and in the Italian Cup.Juventus was going to play on Wednesday the semifinal of the Italian Cup against Milan, after 1-1 of the first leg of San Siro, but the meeting was postponed until a date to be determined.In the same way, it is still unknown if this weekend the Serie A League will order to recover, behind closed doors, the duel postponed last week against Inter Milan or if it will confirm the celebration of the twenty-seventh day, in which Juventus would visit the BolognaItaly has registered, according to the latest official Civil Protection balance sheet, a total of 1,694 infections. Of these, 1,577 patients suffer from the virus, 34 have died and 83 people have been cured. Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo returned Wednesday to train with Juventus of Turin in the sports center of the Continassa, after being absent on Tuesday’s session and travel to Funchal, in the Madeira archipelago, because of a health problem suffered by his mother, Dolores Aveiro.After spending the day in Funchal pending the conditions of his mother, who suffered a stroke and is currently stable, Cristiano returned to Turin and exercised under the orders of coach Maurizio Sarri, Juventus reported. “Thank you all for the messages of support to my mother. She is stable and recovering in the hospital. My family and I thank the medical team that is taking care of her and we kindly ask for privacy at this time,” Cristiano wrote Tuesday in his account from Twitter
WESTERN BUREAU: Eight records tumbled as St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) returned as double champions at Saturday’s County of Cornwall Athletics Association (COCAA) Western Championships – part of the Digicel Grand Prix Athletics Championship – at the Montego Bay Sports Complex, but the undoubted star of the show was the champions’ super athlete, Junelle Bromfield. Bromfield used her scintillating form to send a message to all-comers at March’s Girls Champs and the remainder of the Digicel Grand Prix Championship by blitzing two records. The STETHS athlete shattered the old mark of 54.49 to easily win the girls’ Class One 400m in a time of 52.43. Kimisha Chambers of STETHS and Segale Brown of Petersfield High took silver and bronze, respectively. Bromfield returned later to obliterate the Class One 800m field in 2:07.37, destroying the old meet record of 3:13.53. Shaniq Summerville of The Manning’s School was second and Shaneice Buchanan of Rusea’s High placed third. It marks a triple gold run at these championships for Bromfield, who had already secured the 1,500m title at last Tuesday’s girls’ eliminations at Rusea’s High School. “The feeling is great, but I think I may have disappointed my coach a little because he wanted me to take it a little easier on the first lap. But I pushed myself harder without anyone giving a serious challenge,” Bromfield said. “I was never challenged by the other athletes today. I thought it was an easy victory, and to get not one, but two records in one day, is fantastic,” the usually shy athlete told The Gleaner. NEW FRONTIERS With Western Champs out of the way and having no clear challenge in either the 400m, 800m or the 1,500m, Broomfield is setting her sights on conquering new frontiers. “ISSA Girls Champs is my aim right now; I plan on getting three gold medals there, also in the 800m, where I am gunning for a fourth straight win in that event. Also, I hope to win gold in the 400m flat, as well as the 400m hurdles,” declared Bromfield. Bromfield wasn’t alone in the books as multiple record holder, as Cornwall College’s triple jumper Alrick Ottey twice extended the top mark. His first mark came after leaping 15.56 metres to win the boys’ Class One title, eclipsing the previous meet record of 15.37m held by Odaine Lewis. Ottey later extended the record, this time jumping 15.69m. There were other impressive performances, including STETHS’s Winsome Harris’ record run to win the girls’ Class Three 80m hurdles. Harris clocked 11.64 seconds for gold, beating the old mark of 12.07. Nigel Ellis, another star from the STETHS factory, commanded attention as he made light work of the field in landing the boys’ Class One 100m with a new record. Ellis clocked 10.20 seconds, erasing the old standard of 10.32 seconds. Mathew Brown of Cornwall College and Marquis Jones of STETHS grabbed silver and bronze, respectively. Vanessia Pusey won the girls’ Class One equivalent in 11.28. Aberdeen High School, based in St Elizabeth, broke new ground by winning their first ever medal at Western Champs through 12- year-old Jadau Burke, who won the boys’ Open 3000m. Petersfield High’s Antonio Watson ran into the record books, posting 50.82 to win the boys’ Class Three 400m. His time bettered the old record of 50.87. Munro College’s Devante Heywood was equally impressive in the boys’ Class Four 400m, setting a new record of 52.81 seconds. The Digicel Grand Prix Athletics Championship events include the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 4x400m, long jump, high jump and discus.
LIVERPOOL, England (AP):Emre Can completed Liverpool’s comeback against Burnley yesterday, clinching a 2-1 victory to consolidate fourth place in the English Premier League.Liverpool are a point behind Tottenham and Manchester City, and 11 adrift of leader Chelsea, having played a game more than the top three.Ashley Barnes had opened the scoring in the seventh minute with Burnley’s first goal at Anfield since 1975, sliding in at the far post to meet a pass from right back Matthew Lowton.Liverpool were looking short of ideas in the absence of injured forward Roberto Firmino, but Georginio Wijnaldum equalised with the last kick of the first half after meeting Divock Origi’s cross.LOW EFFORTCan secured the victory in the 61st minute with his first goal in three months – a sumptuous low effort from distance.There was still half an hour to see out and Ragnar Klavan had to intervene to block a shot from Barnes’ shot. Lowton also hooked over from close range in stoppage time, but Liverpool held on to move five points clear of fifth-placed Arsenal, although the London club has two matches in hand.
1 Norwich are preparing a January swoop for Juventus striker Simone Zaza, according to reports in Italy.The 24-year-old only joined the Serie A champions in the summer, arriving from Sassuolo for £12m.However, the Italy international has struggled to secure a first-team spot at the Turin club and is already considering a move away.According to Tuttosport, Zaza’s unhappiness has put Norwich on alert and the Canaries are now preparing a loan offer.Boss Alex Neil is hungry to add some firepower to his squad in January and reportedly views Zaza as the perfect solution.Tottenham were chasing the Italy international in the summer and they may also rekindle their interest when the transfer window opens once again. Simone Zaza
Tottenham forward Clinton Njie 1 Tottenham have confirmed Clinton Njie has undergone knee surgery. The Cameroon forward suffered a ligament injury during Spurs’ 4-1 Europa League victory against Monaco earlier this month. Tottenham have not said how long Njie, who signed from Lyon on a five-year deal this summer, will be out for. A club statement read: “Our medical staff will monitor Clinton’s progress during his rehabilitation to determine when he will be ready to return to training.” Njie has made 13 appearances, but is yet to start in the Premier League, for Spurs this season and is also yet to score.
: Scott Wolf USC tailback Chauncey Washington finished the fall semester with a grade-point average above 2.0, but said he won’t make up his mind whether to return next semester or turn pro until after the Rose Bowl. Washington’s been academically ineligible the past two seasons but could be a vital part of USC’s offense next year if tailbacks Reggie Bush and LenDale White turn pro early. However, Washington is also considering an early entry into the NFL draft, because he isn’t sure if he can handle the academic workload and play football. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonAnother commitment Colton defensive back Shareece Wright committed to the Trojans on Saturday. He’s is USC’s 10th commitment. Wright is listed as the 16th-best cornerback in the country by Rivals.com. Rain practice USC’s normal practice field was so inundated with water Saturday the Trojans were forced to practice on a small piece of FieldTurf normally reserved for selected drills. Today, the Trojans will practice on Cromwell Field, which has FieldTurf and is almost the size of a football field. “It was great to have rain today, it happened to be our turnover (prevention) day and you never know what’s going to happen in the game,” offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin said. He spoke to NFL analyst Pat Kirwan, a close friend of USC coach Pete Carroll, last week but was not told where he might get drafted if he went pro. “I’ll decide after the game,” Washington said. Big ‘D’ in Texas The Longhorns defense kept all opponents under 30 points and is ranked fourth in the nation in points allowed. But defensive tackle Rod Wright is not surprised his squad has taken second billing to the likes of Vince Young, Reggie Bush and Matt Leinart. “You have the No. 1 and No. 2 offenses, scoring-wise, going against each other, they’re going to get a lot of publicity,” Wright said. “You have two Heisman winners on one side and an O’Brien and a Maxwell winner (both Young) on the other side, so we obviously know what role we’re going to be playing as far as the media see it.” Wright believes the lack of attention might benefit both defenses if players use the perceived slight for motivation. He also said he doubts the game will be the shootout many are expecting. “We’re not watching film, practicing and breaking these guys down for nothing,” Wright said. “We’re going to go out there and show up.” Young confident As Young sees it, the 12-0 Longhorns are capable of providing the two-time defending champions with as big a challenge as they’ve faced, even if the press and the general public seem to have already written them off. “Walking around L.A., everyone has the opinion that ‘SC is going to beat us,” Young said. “When game time comes, we know who’s going to win.” During a press conference Saturday, a reporter noted that USC’s offense, with two Heisman Trophy winners in its backfield, has been dubbed the one of the greatest in the history of the sport, even though Texas holds a slight edge in its points-per-game average. “I guess we’re the greatest of greatest of greatest of greatest,” Young responded. Walter Hammerwold 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Donegal’s Neil McGee just can’t pin-point where Donegal went wrong in Sunday’s All-Ireland final defeat to Kerry. The Ulster champions were defeated by Kerry after a tense and rigid All-Ireland final.Donegal didn’t get anywhere close to the levels of performance they displayed in the All-Ireland semi-final when they beat the hotly tipped Dublin by six points. McGee told The Irish News, “I suppose we didn’t really reflect much yet, it will probably be worse now in a couple of weeks time when you’re sitting in the house on your own, especially when we didn’t perform.“Jim said before the game, regardless of the result, leave it all out there on the pitch.“We just did not perform on the day. It was just one of those days.“You can’t say that they were the hungrier team or that we were hungrier. It’s just that they got things right. It’s hard to put the finger on it. McGee won’t have much time to lick his wounds, he’ll be back in club action this weekend as the Donegal SFC finally starts.It was postponed until Donegal’s involvement in the All-Ireland series ended.McGee will be joined by his brother Eamon and Odhran MacNiallais as Gaoth Dobhair face Killybegs on Saturday evening. MCGEE ABSOLUTELY GUTTED AT ALL-IRELAND FINAL LOSS was last modified: September 24th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ALL-IRELAND FINALdonegalneil mcgeenewsSport