first_img The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… Campbell jumping in at JCA Sponsored Content By The Penny Hoarder Email the author Book Nook to reopen Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Messenger photo/Jaine TreadwellBrenda Campbell described herself as a “self-starter” when announced as the new director of the Johnson Center for the Arts, and she has already jumped in to operating the center. By Jaine Treadwell Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Published 9:16 pm Friday, February 7, 2020 Log truck wreck causes fuel, oil spill on Henderson Highway A log truck ran off the side of Henderson Highway Friday morning, spilling more than 50 gallons of oil and… read morecenter_img Print Article You Might Like Skip Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson “But, this past month have I learned how much I didn’t know about the Johnson Center, she said. “For example, I had no idea the extent of after-school programs offered.  Center Stagers offers professional theatre instruction and is a collaboration of the Johnson Center and Troy University that is funded by a grant from the Chapman Foundation.  Additionally, Day Barnes offers an exceptional after-school art education program at Art by the Tracks.  I love seeing the after-school students and their families walk across the street to see the art exhibits in the Johnson Center galleries. One six-year-old young lady comes in on Thursdays to tell me which piece of art she has chosen as her favorite for the week.”Campbell said all of the people who visit, volunteer, donate, and work at the JCA have been a joy to get to know.“It’s easy to tell that there is a deep passion for bringing the education and exposure to the arts to all citizens of our area, as well as visitors from other states and nations,” she said. “I’ve talked to friends who live in Troy and say that they have never been to the Johnson Center even though they drive by it several times a week.  We encourage everyone to come visit and learn what the Johnson Center has to offer.”One of those offerings will be on February 13 when the JCA hosts “Galentine’s in the Gallery.” “Campbell said Galentine’s is a celebration of women’s friendship and will be from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Women of all ages are invited to drop by the JCA and celebrate Galentine’s.The JCA’s regular hours are 10:00 am until 5:00 pm Monday – Friday and from 10 am until 3:00 pm on Saturday.”Admission to the Johnson Center is free.    Latest Stories When Brenda Campbell was announced as the new director of the Johnson Center for the Arts back in November, she referred to herself as a “self-starter who is willing to jump in” wherever she is needed.Campbell officially came on board the first of January and she has been as good as her word, said Wiley White, JCA exhibition coordinator.“Brenda is on top of everything,” White said. “I’ve never seen anybody who is so organized. She immediately started doing good things – getting things organized and bringing new and great ideas. She is working with the board and so many good things and new things are being planned. It’s an exciting time at the Johnson Center.”Campbell said before taking the job as director of the Johnson Center for the Arts she had visited the arts center a few times, but only through her work. Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Patriot Health ZoneHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential Health32-second Stretch Ends Back Pain & Sciatica (Watch)Healthier LivingThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

first_imgMay 6, 2018 /Sports News – Local BYU/Utah Compete At Sacramento State Open FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSACRAMENTO, Calif.-Saturday, Brigham Young and Utah’s track and field squads competed at the Sacramento State Open, if, for nothing else, because the NCAA West regionals will be here later this month.It’s always wise, if you have the opportunity, to prepare yourself for a track surface and land for field events where you will prepare to contend for a national championship.The Cougars appeared to adapt just fine as the Cougar men won the title with 180 points, besting host Sacramento State, who finished second with 157 points. The Brigham Young women dominated the field, posting 182 points and Sacramento State was far behind with 156 points. Utah’s women placed sixth with 21 points.To start things off, Brigham Young’s Dallin Farnsworth won the men’s 5000-meter dash in a time of 14:23.43. His teammate, Connor Weaver, finished close behind him at 14:24.98.The Cougars also swept the men’s and women’s 3000-meter steeplechases as Sara Musselman won the women’s event in 10:25.99 and the men’s winner was Porter Reddish, posting a time of 8:53.00.The men’s 1500-meter run saw Marcus Dickson win the individual crown for the Cougars, posting a time of 3:46.67.The women’s 4 x 100 relay was won by the Cougars in a time of 45.61 seconds, while Keesha Miller, Haley Rogers, Ellie Quackenbush and Madie Mathews were on this winning squad.The women’s 100-meter hurdles title was won by the Cougars’ Nicole Lord in 14.03 seconds.The women’s 400-meter dash saw Brigham Young’s Lauren Rawlinson place second, while Jackie Martin and Mesa Weidle of Utah placed fifth and sixth, respectively.The men’s and women’s 100-meter dashes were both won by Cougar athletes with the women’s title being won by Keesha Miller in 12.01 seconds and Clark Brown was first with 10.48 seconds.In the women’s 800-meter run, Brigham Young’s Karina Haymore placed second and Utah’s Grace Englund placed fourth with the Cougars’ Taylor Cox placing sixth overall.David Graham of Brigham Young placed second in the boys’ 800-meter run and the Cougars swept both 400-meter hurdles titles. The women’s winner was Brenna Porter in 58.20 seconds and Colten Yardley won the men’s title in 52.18 seconds.The women’s high jump title was won by Brigham Young’s Andrea Stapleton with a leap of 5 feet and 9-75 inches. Her teammate, Ellyana Long placed second.In the women’s pole vault, Brigham Young’s Sierra Hansen won the women’s pole vault crown with a leap of 13-01.75 feet.The men’s long jump title was also won by a Cougar as Tomi Adegoke had a leap of 24-07.25 feet.Finally, the Cougars also won the men’s shot put title with Jefferson Jarvis posting a toss of 57-06.5o feet Tags: BYU/Sacramento State/Utah Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

first_imgThat might not be enough. Scott has two years left on his contract worth around $8.5 million. Though he is guaranteed salary for the 2016-17 season, financial concerns have not stopped the Lakers from experiencing splits from recent coaches.The Lakers fired Mike Brown five games into his second season (2012). Mike D’Antoni also resigned following his second year (2014). Yet, Bryant downplayed the scrutiny Scott has received in developing the team’s core young players. “I’ve seen Phil (Jackson) win 67 games here and get criticized,” Bryant said. “What does that tell you? It doesn’t make a difference. People are always going to criticize. You just continue to do the job the best way you know how.” The fanbase mostly has become frustrated with coach Byron Scott’s every move. Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak also has declined this week to offer any vote of confidence. But with Scott serving both as his rookie mentor and strong advocate during his 20th and final NBA season, Kobe Bryant offered some sympathy for the Lakers’ embattled coach.Bryant credited Scott for “channeling his inner Zen” while overseeing the Lakers (11-45) field the Western Conference’s worst record entering Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bulls (28-26) at United Center. “It’s been very tough. But I think he’s managing it very well,” Bryant said of Scott. “He’s remaining consistent and continuing to try to bring the best out of these young guys and demanding the best from them. He’s doing the best he can in the situation.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Memory laneThe Lakers technically listed Bryant as probable to play on Sunday in Chicago after dislocating the middle finger of his right hand. But it seems all but certain Bryant would play. X-rays turned out negative and revealed no fracture. Bryant has “many great memories” in playing in the arena that Michael Jordan built. “There’s an energy to the arena and unbelievable history that they have there,” Bryant said. “It’s a special significance to me personally growing up watching Michael, Scottie (Pippen) and all those guys play and having learned so much watching them perform there.”• RELATED: Who’s better? Breaking down Kobe vs. MJThat included when Bryant attended an NBA Finals game in 1996 between the Bulls and Seattle Supersonics with Jermaine O’Neal following rookie camp. “Somebody tricked us and said they had great tickets,” Bryant said. “We were up in the nosebleeds. I felt like we were going to fall. That’s how high up we were. We needed binoculars to see.”Rave reviewThe antsy feeling grew for Lakers rookie forward Larry Nance Jr. for two reasons. He became frustrated he sat out of the NBA’s Dunk Contest last weekend amid soreness in his right knee. Nance could not keep his eyes off the screen as Minnesota guard Zach LaVine and Orlando forward Aaron Gordon kept trading jaw-dropping dunks.“It was obviously very impressive. But I’m biased. 1984 is the best dunk contest,” said Nance, mindful that his father won that contest. “But they were up there. They were flying.”That left Nance eager to top that presuming he appears in the NBA dunk contest next year.“I’ve been brainstorming for a while,” Nance said. “I have a pretty good repertoire. But after that last dunk contest, I got to tune it up.”last_img read more

first_imgIt didn’t take long for Charles Clay to find a new team.The Cardinals on Tuesday announced they have signed the free-agent tight end to a one-year deal. According to ESPN, Clay’s contract is worth up to $32.5 million and includes a $350,000 signing bonus. Welcome to AZ, @C42Clay!https://t.co/tesoxgMvp1— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) February 19, 2019Clay, who turned 30 last week, was initially selected by the Dolphins in the sixth round of the 2011 draft but agreed to a deal with the Bills in 2015 after Miami elected not to match Buffalo’s offer.The Bills released Clay last week.Clay caught 21 passes for 184 yards and no touchdowns in 2018.last_img read more