Jade Roper, Tanner Tolbert Reveal Baby No. 3’s Name

first_imgThe couple tied the knot in January 2016. They are also parents of daughter Emerson, 3, and son Brooks, 15 months. The twosome announced in May that they were expecting their third child.Roper gave fans a hint of what she planned to name their newest addition in August. “I am putting up the name bracket right now,” she said on her Instagram Story. “Tanner and I have had some last-minute disagreements so we were trying to make sure all the names that we both wanted — a couple that I like that he doesn’t like, a couple that he likes that I don’t like — are on.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Roper, 33, delivered her son at home on Saturday, November 14. “5:33 AM,” Tolbert, also 33, shared via his Instagram Story at the time. “Mama and Baby Boy doing great!”The Bachelor alum then confirmed the arrival by posting the first photo of their newborn. “He’s here and he’s perfect,” she captioned the Instagram shot of herself cradling the baby.Roper later shared a photo of herself and Tolbert staring lovingly at their son after what appeared to be a water birth. “Can’t wait to share all the magic with you and share our birth story!! Right now we are soaking in all these beautiful, new moments,” she wrote via Instagram on Saturday. “Thank you for all the love and support and for holding space for our little family in your hearts. I’m one grateful mama.”Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert Reveal Baby No. 3’s NameJade Roper and Tanner Tolbert. Courtesy of Jade Roper/Instagram- Advertisement – Call him Reed! Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert announced their third child’s name on Monday, November 16, after she gave birth to the baby boy.“Say hello to Reed Harrison Tolbert! 8lbs 4oz 20.5,” Roper captioned an Instagram photo that showed her baby boy sleeping on a personalized baby blanket from Highway 3 printed with his name. “We welcomed him earth side to our family on November 14, 2020 at 5:33am at home. Born with a head full of dark hair and blue eyes.”- Advertisement – She continued: “I’m going to show you a sweet 16, and we’re going to go down probably every couple days because it’s 12 weeks until I’m 40 weeks … and I want to make sure the bracket is completed before the baby gets here.”Roper noted that some of the monikers were “repeated” from when they selected Brooks’ name, but she “also included some new names we love for baby boy.” A few names on her list were familiar to Bachelor fans, such as Dean and Roper — the reality star’s maiden name.Listen to Here For the Right Reasons to get inside scoop about the Bachelor franchise and exclusive interviews from contestantslast_img read more

The 5th regional Family Accommodation Forum for the City of Zagreb has been announced

first_imgThe forum is of an educational nature and is intended for providers of household accommodation services from the area of ​​the City of Zagreb. The aim of the Forum is to help renters solve everyday problems they encounter in their work and introduce them to tools for improving the accommodation service that can help them follow the fast-growing trends in the domestic and foreign tourism market. HGK – Chamber of Zagreb and the Tourist Board of the City of Zagreb, are organizing the 5th Regional Forum of Family Accommodation for the City of Zagreb, which will be held on March 2, 2020 at 10.00, in HGK – Chamber of Zagreb, Draškovićeva 45. Cover photo: Erin East, Pixabay / HrTurizam.hrcenter_img Participation in the Forum is free, and to secure your place you can confirm your arrival online application on the page.last_img read more

Fitness centres slim down

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Pennsylvania Joins 6 States in Commitment to Plan for CO2 Transport Infrastructure

first_img October 01, 2020 Environment,  Press Release The Wolf Administration today announced that it is joining with six other states – Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Montana, Oklahoma and Wyoming – in signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) expressing a commitment to establish and implement a regional CO2 transport infrastructure plan by collaborating and leveraging resources across the participating states.“My administration is committed to ensuring that we comprehensively address climate change, and that includes taking steps that will protect our environment while investing in our clean energy industries, which provide many Pennsylvanians with quality family-sustaining jobs,” Governor Tom Wolf said. “This infrastructure plan will continue to invest in those jobs and even create new jobs in emerging energy industries while reducing harmful CO2 emissions.”According to the MOU, the signatory states recognize that development of regional and national CO2 transport networks, together with proposed tax credits and other financial incentives for carbon capture from industrial facilities and power plants and from ambient air through direct air capture, can support long-term production and use of America’s abundant and affordable natural resources, and create and preserve high-paying jobs in energy-producing, agricultural, and industrial states of the country, all while significantly reducing net carbon emissions.“Pennsylvania is an energy leader, thanks to our abundant natural resources and strong manufacturing presence, said Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary Dennis Davin. “Carbon capture technologies provide a critical component to addressing our climate challenge by providing the means to capture, utilize and store carbon associated with power generation, industrial manufacturing, and other carbon intensive operations. We must seize the environmental and economic opportunities to work with surrounding states to support carbon transport infrastructure and with emerging industries focusing on carbon utilization.”“Climate change is the biggest environmental threat we face as a state and nation. Working cooperatively with other states to mitigate and remove carbon emissions gives us another tool in addressing this existential challenge,” said Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell.“The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has been engaged on the topic of carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) for nearly 20 years, and during this time, the department’s Bureau of Geological Survey has assessed numerous subsurface geologic resources that have potential to serve as carbon storage reservoirs,” DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn said. “Based on international research, we know that geologic carbon storage is a part of the mix of energy transition technologies necessary for achieving the 2-degree climate mitigation goal. The development of responsibly placed regional transport infrastructure will be key to ensuring Pennsylvania’s success in matching CO2 source to sinks and reducing our carbon footprint with this climate mitigation goal in mind.”Approximately 5,200 miles of CO2 pipelines are safely operating today in 11 states.The signatory states will establish a coordination group that will undertake the development of an action plan, which will include state and regional policy recommendations related to CO2 transport infrastructure deployment. The release of the action plan is set for October 2021.As a starting point, the group will review the findings of a recently released white paper detailing carbon capture and storage opportunities and related infrastructure throughout the Midwest and Western regions. The economies of scale demonstrated by the study’s results show clear climate and economic benefits of long-term coordination and planning of CO2 transport infrastructure for midcentury decarbonization.The coordination group will also identify barriers to the development of CO2 transport infrastructure and develop strategies and recommendations to remove these barriers and work together to raise awareness of carbon capture and related opportunities associated with development of regional CO2 transport infrastructure among stakeholders, policymakers and the public.The state coordination group will be facilitated by the Great Plains Institute and informed by additional and ongoing work by the State Carbon Capture Work Group and the Regional Carbon Capture Deployment Initiative. For more information, please visit http://carboncaptureready.org. Pennsylvania Joins 6 States in Commitment to Plan for CO2 Transport Infrastructurecenter_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Upcoming Edition of Offshore WIND Magazine: The Digital Frontier

first_imgThe second edition of Offshore WIND Magazine will be out at the beginning of June. As this edition is bound for Seawork 2019 in Southampton and Global Offshore Wind in London, it will have a significant UK focus with an in-depth look at offshore wind developments in the country and the potential threat of Brexit.Readers can also expect a look at digitalization within offshore wind with ZF Windpower and an interview with a start-up in vessel design.Make sure your company does not miss out on this marketing opportunity. A strong advertisement in Offshore WIND Magazine can help you reach the many visitors of these events.Feel free to copy the contact details from our sales managers Jeroen Tresfon, jt@navingo.com, and Wouter Lokker, wl@navingo.com, or this message to your marketing colleagues.last_img read more

Turks and Caicos media plot thickens

first_img Share Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweetcenter_img NewsRegional Turks and Caicos media plot thickens by: – September 15, 2011 Douglas Parnell, leader of the Peoples Democratic Movement, Former Deputy Premier and Minister of Health and Education, Lillian Boyce and Hayden Boyce, publisher and editor in chief of the Turks and Caicos Sun.PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands – A dispute in the Turks and Caicos Islands over the accuracy of two articles that appeared in a recent edition of the Turks and Caicos Sun newspaper may well escalate, based upon investigations by Caribbean News Now.Douglas Parnell, the leader of the Peoples Democratic Movement (PDM), has rejected as untrue statements made by the Sun in two recent articles and threatened to take legal action for defamation.The articles in question claim that Parnell pleaded guilty to and was therefore convicted of serious charges of fraud in the United States some years ago.Following the initial publication of the articles in the Sun some three weeks ago, Parnell appeared on local television and vigorously challenged the accuracy of the Sun’s reports.“Articles in the Turks and Caicos Sun unlawfully and wrongfully state that I pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the United States and that I have been convicted of one or more criminal offences in that country. This is a complete and utter lie!” Parnell said at the time.“These statements published by the Sun are completely false and in fact I informed its editor in chief of this prior to the publication of the articles in question. He nevertheless decided to go ahead and publish the articles in reckless disregard of the truth and the tenets of responsible journalism,” he added.The Sun subsequently published a number of court documents that it claimed were evidence of the truth of its earlier reports. Caribbean News Now has since independently accessed the court records in question through the US government’s PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) website and it would seem that there is some substance to Parnell’s claim that the Sun newspaper deliberately withheld publication of documents that in fact disprove its earlier allegations.In particular, a court document dated April 3, 2008 (click here), clearly states that Parnell appeared with his counsel, and entered a not guilty plea, thus contradicting the Sun’s claim that he pleaded guilty. Given that the newspaper also has access to the full court record, it is not known why it chose to ignore this apparently critical document.A later document dated March 5, 2010 (click here), is an order of the court dismissing the charges against Parnell “with prejudice” upon the motion of the United States Attorney. The term “with prejudice” means that the charges can never be refiled by the government.Again, given that the Sun must have had access to this document contradicting its earlier claims that Parnell was convicted of the offences in question, it is not known why the newspaper chose to ignore its existence in its subsequent publication.The Sun did, however, elect to publish a list of persons to whom restitution was paid, notwithstanding an order by the US District Court in New York that the list be sealed. No response has yet been received to an email sent by Caribbean News Now to the court asking for its comments on the implications of this.The after-hours number given on the Sun’s website is apparently out of service. Any response to a subsequent emailed request for comment will be published in a later story.Parnell’s attorney, Wendal Swann, confirmed that Parnell is considering starting legal action against the publishers of the Sun. Swann says he sent a letter to the publishers pointing out the libellous nature of certain of the statements made in the articles appearing in the newspaper. Publisher and editor in chief of the newspaper, Hayden Boyce, acknowledged receipt of Swann’s letter in the subsequent publication, and described him as “a rookie lawyer” but, according to Swann, provided no reply. “Readers must question the motive behind the publication of only a selection of the court documents, when they had access to the documents proving the statements about ‘crime’ and ‘conviction’ were simply not true,” Swann said.According to some local observers, the articles about Parnell, which now turn out to be of questionable accuracy, may be politically motivated in that Boyce is the husband of former Progressive National Party (PNP) cabinet minister and deputy premier Lillian Boyce who, according to corporate records obtained by Caribbean News Now, is also a 50 percent shareholder of the company that purportedly publishes the Sun.The final report of the 2009 Commission of Inquiry into possible corruption, or other serious dishonesty in relation to past and present elected members of the TCI legislature recommended a criminal investigation in relation to Lillian Boyce of possible corruption and/or other serious dishonesty including misfeasance in public office in relation to the following matters:— Boyce participated in a possibly corrupt transaction in relation to the sale (flipping) of Crown Land by: 1) accepting the proceeds of profits made by her brother, Earlson Robinson, from the sale of a share in the interest of a company, which had involved the disposal of Crown Land for large profits to an overseas developer, David Wex; 2) loaning or giving part of those profits to Misick, or assisting her brother in doing so; and 3) failing to declare those profits to the Registrar of Interests or to disclose them Commission, and failing to declare her brother’s connection to the transaction in Cabinet discussions concerning the transaction.Other findings by the Commission in relation to Boyce in respect of which no recommendations were made are as follows:— Boyce failed to declare to the Registrar of Interests, or initially to the Commission, her receipt of payments of Candidates’ Stipend, totalling $72,000.— Boyce abused her ministerial position by: 1) assisting or permitting her fellow Cabinet Ministers, specifically Michael Misick and Floyd Hall, to interfere in and override the Scholarships Policy for nominating according to set criteria, in particular merit, candidates for overseas scholarships, thereby by-passing the control of the Scholarships Committee; and 2) granting a scholarship to her own daughter without referring her candidature to the Scholarships Committee for scrutiny.The Sun’s attack on Parnell is widely perceived to be an attempt to deflect attention from the criminal investigations of Lillian Boyce and other former Cabinet ministers.Caribbean News Now 112 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

Gerrard: Liverpool will always be my team

first_img Loading… Rangers boss, Steven Gerrard, has admitted he’ll always be connected to Liverpool. Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Largest Cities In The WorldTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?What Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Unforgettable Shows From The 90s That Need To Make A Comeback The Reds legend continues to be linked with a return to Anfield. He told talkSPORT: “Liverpool will always be my team, I don’t think anyone would argue against me with that. “I was there for many, many years, all the way through and I had a good career there. I’ve supported them from the day I left and I’ll always support them and back them. “The fans make a club and the fans at Liverpool are special, they always have been with me and that’s where we get our connection from.Advertisement “But this is the start for me at Rangers now, we’re two years in and I’m hungry to continue there. “My relationship with Rangers is strong and it’s growing, of course it’s got a place in my heart. “I knew Rangers was a top club from the outside, and I was lucky to get the opportunity to go up there. read also:Gerrard inspired by Maradona’s message “Was it a bit early to get a job of that size? Of course! But they’ve given me an opportunity to try and learn on the job and I know I haven’t got everything right and I’ve made some mistakes along the way, but I think there was an openness that would be the case.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

All -British showdown: Hopkins tips Joshua to floor Fury

first_img Promoted Content7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowMeet The World’s Most Striking Animals HereWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniverseWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All? ‘It will be an interesting, exciting five or six rounds at the beginning. Then Joshua’s athleticism, boxing IQ and experience would overwhelm Fury. ‘This fight is Joshua’s stamp of approval of being great. He’s not there yet. He is in legacy-building mode.’ AJ, who holds the IBF, WBA and WBO straps, will first face Kubrat Pulev while Fury is set to defend his WBC world title in a trilogy clash with Deontay Wilder later this year. Read AlsoVideo: Joshua shows off scary power, smashes punching bag sitting down The finer details like location and dates for Joshua and Fury’s undisputed championship fight are yet to be ironed out but negotiations are ongoing. Las Vegas and the Middle East are currently favourites to stage the event. Loading… Anthony Joshua has been tipped to knock out Tyson Fury in their anticipated blockbuster all-British showdown by former great Bernard Hopkins. The two heavyweight world champions have agreed financial terms to put their belts on the line for two mouth-watering fights, the first of which is expected to take place next year. Both Joshua and Fury will have more immediate business to deal with first but former middleweight king Hopkins has given his take on how he sees the future super-fight going. ‘Joshua vs Fury is a fight that both guys could win or lose,’ he told Sky Sports’ Toe 2 Toe podcast. ‘I like Joshua to be tested, to get his feelings hurt early – that might be a knockdown but he will get up. ‘Because of the lesson that he learned being, not unprepared, but overconfident he paid a big price. He redeemed himself.Advertisement FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Worrell, Linkenhoker are twin 20 winners at Shenandoah Speedway

first_imgBy Jim HainesSHENANDOAH, Va. (Aug. 20) – Yogi Berra couldn’t have said it better when describing Saturday night’s twin 20 Virginia Sprint Series races at Shenandoah Speedway, which saw Glenn Worrell and Anthony Linkenhoker take wins again.For the second time this year after rain forced twin 20 features on May 14 and then again Aug. 20, both nights ended with the same winners.The first feature had Tony Harris and Bill Rice pacing to green with Harris out first but Worrell right behind as the low line was paying off early. On lap five Worrell had it pegged and moved to the front and he just slowly inched away for the win. Tony Harris was second and Linkenhoker third.After resetting the field it was Harris out first but Rice stayed tight this time as the whole field had made adjustments and the front bunch were changing places every corner.Jerald Harris and Worrell were fighting with Rice as Linkenhoker was making moves for the lead after clearing the pack.Worrell got the best of it and moved to third with Rice now fourth and Jerald Harris racing with J.D. Coats. As time ran out, Linkenhoker was smooth out front and stayed there to the checkered flag.Tony Harris repeated in second and Worrell was third.First feature – 1. Glenn Worrell; 2. Tony Harris; 3. Anthony Linkenhoker; 4. Jerald Harris; 5. Bill Rice; 6. Chris Ware; 7. J.D. Coats; 8. Josh Perreault; 9. Ron Moyers.Second feature – 1. Linkenhoker; 2. Tony Harris; 3. Worrell; 4. Rice; 5. Jerald Harris; 6. Per­reault, 7. Moyers; 8. Chris Ware.last_img read more

Sturridge finds form in friendly

first_img Sturridge sustained an ankle injury on international duty against the Republic of Ireland in May and an intense programme of rehabilitation meant he missed the club’s tour of Asia and Australia. His long-awaited return for the second half of the friendly at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium injected some threat into a forward line struggling to break down their opponents’ defence. And while he could not force an equaliser, his performance raised hopes he could be ready to face Stoke at Anfield when the league campaign gets under way. With Luis Suarez suspended for a further six matches as his 10-match ban for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic in April is carried over, and Iago Aspas – a £7million summer signing from Celta Vigo – still finding his feet in England, Sturridge’s return to fitness is a timely boost for manager Brendan Rodgers. Defender Martin Skrtel’s recovery from injury may take longer as knee ligament trouble has restricted his recent opportunities. He was left behind on Merseyside for the friendly against Celtic and did not travel to join up with Slovakia for international duty this week. “I stretched ligaments in my knee. Luckily it is not a serious injury,” he said in quotes on his personal website, martin-skrtel.com. “I can basically run but it hurts when I kick the ball. I can feel the pain in the back of my knee. “It is not one of the major muscles but it is still not very comfortable. “I spoke with Mr (Jan) Kozak, who is a new coach of Slovakia, and I also spoke with the medical staff and we agreed that it would be better when I stay in Liverpool. “I hope it is not a serious injury, though, and I want to be back on the pitch as soon as possible.” The England international made only his second appearance of pre-season, having played 45 minutes of last weekend’s 1-0 defeat to Celtic in Dublin. He scored twice, both penalties, in a 3-1 win over Newcastle in a fixture arranged in order to specifically give the 23-year-old a chance to improve his match sharpness. Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge stepped up his bid to be fit for Saturday’s Premier League opener with two goals in a behind-closed-doors friendly.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more