New edition of EnjoyIstra dedicated to the interior of Istria

first_imgThe summer issue of the brochure has been published EnjoyIstra for 2018, which is mostly dedicated to discovering the interior of Istria, and from the very cover, which shows Brtonigla, attracts to explore the green areas of the largest Adriatic peninsula.Razotkrivajući istarske misterije koje se skrivaju obavijene maglom u dolini Mirne, na vrhovima brežuljaka, u nebrojenim legendama i predajama, EnjoyIstra svojim čitateljima donosi nove priče – onu o vještici Mare u prekrasnom Svetvinčentu ili pak, bliže moru, vrsarske avanture Giacoma Casanove i pulsko klupko zagonetki kao izazov za ponešto drugačije istraživanje tritisućljetnog grada. Ljubitelji šetnji kroz povijesnu i kulturnu baštinu zasigurno će uživati u Stazi pogleda koja kreće iz Vižinade, a uz raznovrsne pješačke i biciklističke staze koje isprepliću poluotok, nude se i zanimljiva vođena besplatna razgledavanja u gradićima Vodnjanu, Pazinu i Žminju, Ližnjanu i Šišanu. – ističu iz TZ Istre u opisu novog ljetnog izdanja.Istria is also known as a top gourmet destination, so the brochure also offers gastronomic itineraries for which an interesting mobile application Istra Gourmet Guide has been prepared, including suggestions for tasting Momjan muscats, Buzet truffles or sparkling wines. You can visit Istria as a family, enjoying the charms of Oprtalj, but also take refuge from the summer heat in one of the attractive caves of the peninsula.Uz detaljan kalendar svih manifestacija koje se na području Istre odvijaju tijekom srpnja,  kolovoza i rujna, donosi i listu tradicijskih mjesečnih sajmova na poluotoku, uz neizostavan pregled galerija, zbirki i atrakcija kao i različitih aktivnosti te adresare koji su pri ruci za pomoć i jednostavnije snalaženje u destinaciji.Za kraj važno je za istaknuti kako EnjoyIstra objavljen na četiri jezika – hrvatskom, engleskom, njemačkom i talijanskom. Eto, i zato je Istra tu gdje je svih ovih godina, daleko ispred svih. Učite od drugih, pa tako i od Istre.Side dish: Summer edition of EnjoyIstralast_img read more

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Paul Anthony Walter, Jr. – Versailles

first_imgMemorial donations can be directed to the donor’s choice.  To sign the online guestbook or to leave personal memories please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Paul Walter. Friends may visit with the family on Friday, May 3, 2019 from 10 a.m. until 12 noon at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 107 Vine Street, Sunman.  Services will begin at 12 noon and burial will follow in St. Paul cemetery. Those surviving who will cherish Paul’s memory include his children, Natasha (Joe) Rutherford of Osgood, and Derek Walter of Batesville; mother, Barbara Walter of Sunman; two brothers, Richard Walter and Joe (Darlene) Walter, both of Sunman; two sisters, Lorene (Dennis) Reed of Milan and Julene (Tony) Schneider of Osgood; three grandchildren, Devon, Aliyah and Christian; four nieces, Brandy (Michael) Airgood, Jessica (Carl) Wallen, Katie Schneider, and Shelbie Walter, and two nephews, Travis and Dustin Walter.  He was preceded in death by his father and one sister, Karen Walter.center_img Paul Anthony Walter, Jr., of Versailles, was born on February 3, 1961 in Batesville, a son to Paul and Barbara Eva Jones Walter, Sr.  He was a welder at Hill-Rom for many years and attended Solid Rock Bible Fellowship Church.  Paul was an avid Reds and Bengals fan, enjoyed fishing, playing cards and mowing grass.  On Sunday, April 28, 2019 at the age of 58, he passed away unexpectedly.last_img read more

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Sumner County Weekly Jail Bookings: Oct. 13 – Oct. 20, 2014

first_imgMonday 0600  to  Monday 0600  WEEKLY   BOOKINGS 10/13/2014 thru 10/20/2014  Conway Springs  PD1 Griffis, Dustin M.26Wellington, KS610 E. Hillside Wellington, KSWPDServing Sentence10/18/14 Parrent, Justin O.33Wichita, KS610 E. Hillside Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence10/17/14 Weaver, Kevin C.34Wichita, KS1111 W 8th St. Wellington, KSWPDDUI, Refusal of PBT, Refusal to submit testing for 2nd DUI10/13/14 Brown, Melody M.39Indio, CA1100 N A St Wellington, KSSUSOObstructing apprehension of prosecution; Interference w/ LEO10/16/14 Wells, Jerry R.35Wichita, KS200 N C Suite 100 Wellington, KSWPDWarrant-Harrass by Telephone10/15/14 Mercer, Rex A.49Wichita, KS103 S 2nd Conway springs, KSCSPDViolation of Protection Order10/15/14 Worth, Paul D.56Lawrence, KSI35 MM 33 Mulvane, KSKHPDUI, Refusal of PBT10/16/14 Bookings Total57 Redford, Randall N.56Wichita, KS1000 N Poplar Wellington, KSWPDDUI, Improper driving on laned highway10/16/14 Amos, Season J.34Wichita, KS821 S. Jefferson, Wellington, KSSUSOInterference with LEO10/18/14 Hurt, Paul H.42Wichita, KS610 E. Hillside Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence10/17/14 Gressel, James R.20Holdridge, NB500 E 16th Wellington, KSWPDPossession of Opiate, Opium, Narcotic or certain stimulants; possession of drug paraphernalia10/16/14 Callaway, Curtis W.29Wellington, KS821 S Jefferson Wellington, KSWPDWarrant- Burglary, Theft10/18/14 Bergman, Lars L.28South Haven, KS610 E. Hillside Wellington, KSSUSOWarrant- Criminal use of Financial Card X4, Theft10/17/14 Sinclair, Zachary R.28Wichita, KS1100 E. 90th Ave N. Belle Plaine, KSBPPDDUI, TOC10/18/14 Hornecker, Dylan L.28Wellington, KS500 N G Wellington, KSWPDWarrant- FTA10/18/14 Sumner Newscow report — The following is the Sumner County Sheriff weekly jail bookings for Oct. 13 to Oct. 20, 2014:  Navagutierrez, Ricardo22Winfield, KS200 E Clark Oxford, KSOXPDDriving While Suspended10/19/14 Sedgwick Co35 Row, Michael A.26Wellington, KS610 E. Hilliside Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence10/18/14 Wellington PD7 Langford, Damon C.21Wellington, KS10th and Logan Belle Plaine, KSBPPDDUI, TOC10/20/14 NameAgeHome TownArrest locationAgencyChargesArrest date KHP1 Brown, Thomas C.32Braman, OK610 E. Hillside Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence10/17/14 Anderson-Stiles, Alice I.63Caldwell, KS425 W. 112th St. Caldwell, KSSUSOWarrant- Theft X210/17/14 Bryan, Lacrisha P.32Caldwell, KS610 E. Hillside Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence10/17/14         Ralph, Nicholas R.W.21Derby, KSSedgwick County JailSUSOBurglary, Theft (Felony), Burglary of a non-dwelling, Attempted Theft, Theft.10/16/14 Belle Plaine2 OXPD1 Sumner Co10last_img read more

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What does Craig Kimbrel’s decline mean for the Cubs and their NL Central chances?

first_imgIt seems increasingly unlikely, though, for Kimbrel to circle all the way back to his former self. After all, that peak form represented one of the best closers in MLB history.So, the Cubs will for the time being continue to hand Kimbrel the ball in the ninth inning despite this shortened season making each game count much more than in a normal year. At this point, their choices are limited, with Jeffress for now being next in line to take over the closer’s role should Kimbrel keep faltering.Just a few games into 2020, it’s too early to make a definitive call on how Chicago will fare late in games. But the trauma of 2019 certainly casts doubt on what this year will bring. Craig Kimbrel’s ninth inning against the Reds on Monday transpired as follows: Walk, wild pitch, ground out, walk, walk, hit by pitch, walk.Kimbrel exited with the bases loaded and one out, the Cubs clinging to an 8-7 lead. Even though right-hander Jeremy Jeffress bailed him out by retiring the next two batters to end the contest, much of the postgame focus centered on his inability to locate pitches. Kimbrel was supposed to be a reliable closer for Chicago this year despite his rocky second half in 2019. Now it seems he might be cooked for good, unable to get anywhere close to his former dominance. After watching the previously excellent relief duo of Carl Edwards Jr. and Pedro Strop implode last season, the Cubs are staring down another potentially brutal year from their bullpen.There could be serious repercussions for Chicago if the club can’t solve the problem soon — the NL Central is set up to be a four-team race in which glaring weaknesses will be punished. The impact of Kimbrel’s potential bottoming out might be magnified by an increased league-wide reliance on relievers during a 60-game season.MORE: Dr. Fauci thinks MLB should continue despite outbreakAt least on paper, the Cubs don’t have many obvious top-end alternatives to Kimbrel. Jeffress endured the worst year of his career in 2019, and it remains unclear what the team will get from him. Rowan Wick is interesting — the fastball/curveball pitcher has a career 3.19 ERA — and unproven arms such as Dillon Maples and Adbert Alzolay are perhaps on the verge of a breakthrough despite their lack of MLB success with extremely limited opportunities.Kimbrel could obviously return to respectability, a shift manager David Ross continues to insist is coming. Ross has said the restart amid the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown off the rhythm of some pitchers.”I’m not trying to make excuses for anybody,” Ross told reporters Tuesday. “But, we’ve got to give a little bit of leash (to Kimbrel). This is a really unique situation that we’re dealing with.”last_img read more

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New unemployment claims back up, ongoing claims drop again

first_imgDES MOINES — Overall unemployment claims were down last week despite an increase in first-time claims. The first time claims were up after dropping by nearly 50 percent the previous week.  Iowa Workforce Development deputy director Ryan West isn’t sure why there was such a swing. “It”s hard telling. I think as we start to decline out of this — you are going to have a little bit of fluctuation up and down like that,” West says. “And then ultimately you’ll start to continue on a downward slope ideally, and those numbers will lessen each week.”  He says they need some more weeks of data to nail down a trend. The loosening of COVID-19 restrictions has let more business open back up and West says that’s reflected in the drop in ongoing unemployment claims. “I think so, and that’s a good sign. As the weather gets warmer it’s continued to be warm…and there’s more stuff that’ll be lifted. It’s a great time that people can start to be getting back into those jobs…We really need to get through June and July in my personal opinion to see where we are with things,” West says. West says one thing is certain — there are plenty of jobs for those who want to get back to work.  “We have jobs everywhere, employment available and I really think we’ll see that people are going to find opportunities that they may not have looked for in the past,” West says. West says you can go to IowaWorkforce.gov to find out more about available jobs.last_img read more

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