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ST. GEORGE — Jordan Werner and Cutler Labrum are going from Utah to South Carolina to catch some bass.And chase some of their dreams along the way.The duo will represent Red Rock Bass at the 2022 Abu Garcia Bassmaster High School National Championship at Lake Hartwell in Anderson, South Carolina Aug. 11-13.“I’m pumped. It’s gonna be awesome,” Labrum said. “I’m nervous and excited all at the same time. I definitely think we can win if we put our heads in it and ju...
ST. GEORGE — Jordan Werner and Cutler Labrum are going from Utah to South Carolina to catch some bass.
And chase some of their dreams along the way.
The duo will represent Red Rock Bass at the 2022 Abu Garcia Bassmaster High School National Championship at Lake Hartwell in Anderson, South Carolina Aug. 11-13.
“I’m pumped. It’s gonna be awesome,” Labrum said. “I’m nervous and excited all at the same time. I definitely think we can win if we put our heads in it and just grind out there.”
The occasion marks the first time since 2014 that Utah will send fishermen to compete in the high school national championship.
“It’s awesome to represent the place you’ve lived your whole life in a place you’ve never been to,” Werner said. “I’m looking forward to winning. Me and Cutler are about just as good as everybody else.”
The duo earned the qualification points necessary to go to South Carolina over the course of 10 bass fishing tournaments staged at Sand Hollow, Gunlock Reservoir and Quail Reservoir. They finished in the overall top two in every tournament.
“They really handled a lot of adversity,” Red Rocks Bass coach and boat captain Clif Gallagher said. “They did a really good job of learning how to fish together.”
Gallagher started the club four years ago when he encountered two kids fishing in a pond on a golf course and it inspired him.
“Fishing is universal,” he said. “Anyone at all can take a fishing pole to a river or a lake, throw in a line and make friends. Everyone fishes- men, women, children, handicapped, all ages, all kinds of people. It’s the universal language.”
Red Rock Bass is about more than just fishing.
“It’s good for the community, I really believe that,” Gallagher said. “It gives these kids something to do, gets them outside and off their phones. They learn about teamwork and it’s open to all levels and abilities.”
As captain of the boat (named “The Linda K” after his mother), Gallagher is tasked with driving the pair around Lake Hartwell as they seek the best holes. He can also offer advice on fishing techniques and patterns.
Up to 275 clubs and schools are expected to compete in the national championship. Gallagher said that most high schools in the South have their own sanctioned fishing teams like any other sport, but in other regions around the country, high-schoolers compete on club fishing teams.
“There will be colleges there; scholarships are available,” Gallagher said. “And there’s prizes to compete for as well.”
Werner attends Hurricane High School. A friend told his dad about Red Rock Bass and they went to check it out.
“And I got hooked, first meeting of the year,” Werner said. “I fished the first tournament and it has just gone from there.”
He added that he fishes tournaments with his dad as well and he hopes to fish professionally someday.
Labrum goes to Crimson Cliffs High School and had an early start in the water like his partner.
“I’ve grown up fishing with my dad. We’ve just always been around it,” Labrum said. “Mostly trout fishing when I was growing up but the past four or five years I’ve gotten into largemouth and bass fishing in general.”
He went on to say that he wants to turn pro someday as well, but he also has hopes that he can go to college and fish too.
In the meantime, the anglers will prepare to represent Utah at the national championship. Anyone interested in helping Labrum and Werner get to South Carolina can look up their GoFundMe project.
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The 325-acre Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site in Dorchester County, South Carolina dates back to 1697. Then Dorchester was a busy trading town, but it was abandoned after the Revolutionary War. Today, where the town was, are h...
The 325-acre Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site in Dorchester County, South Carolina dates back to 1697. Then Dorchester was a busy trading town, but it was abandoned after the Revolutionary War. Today, where the town was, are historical ruins that shed light on colonial South Carolina's early history. These ruins are an old brick bell tower of Saint George's Anglican Church, a cemetery with 20 burial sites, an old and partial log shipping wharf, a trail with kiosks, and exhibits depicting the history of a village that was once there, and vast land with archeological treasures.
A Congregationalist (descendants of puritans) group that sailed from Massachusetts and settled in Carolina started the trading town of Dorchester in 1697. The town's proximity to Ashley River made it a vibrant trading hub for nearly a hundred years, but after the Revolutionary War of 1775 to 1783, it was abandoned. Forest grew in the area where the town was, and later it became a protected historical site with archeological ruins of its heydays. At Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site, there are also deeds, diaries, wills, and letters all well-preserved, plus ongoing archeological research and excavations, that inform how life was when the town existed.
The structures and buildings at Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site are called tabby structures. Tabby is a mixture of water, sand, whole oyster plus crushed and burned oysters. These materials were formed into a lime mixture and played a similar role to concrete or cement mixture and were used to build walls.
There are engaging activities available for visitors at the Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site. These include:
After Saint George's Parish was formed in 1717 a church was built and completed in 1720 at Dorchester trading town. The sanctuary was 50 feet in length and 30 feet in width. As the congregation grew they enlarged the church and added a bell tower in 1751. A place was also set apart for a cemetery to bury church members. After the town and church ceased to exist after the Revolutionary War, local families used the cemetery to bury family members.
Tombstones at the site date from 1772 until 1920 and are all over this historic site, with some near the bell tower. Visitors are not allowed to stand, sit or lean on these historic tombstones. Brushing or wiping them to see what's written is also forbidden, but photography is allowed. Visitors keen to learn how to preserve old cemeteries and tombstones like these can contact the South Carolina Department of Archives and History by calling (803) 896-6196.
To understand the town's rich history there are sites called stops from A to I within the park that depict how it functioned and changed during its existence.
At Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site programs are available that permit visitors to participate in archeological digs. The digs reveal the early life in the old colonial town and the American South. There also are educational programs on weekdays and weekends for schools dubbed "Discover Carolina Programs." This site is also ideal for picnics, photo shoots, and geocaching, especially for families with children. During the low tide, visitors can see the log wharf on the Ashley River. Pets on leashes are allowed in outdoor areas.
ST. GEORGE, S.C. (WCSC) - Dorchester County residents are likely to decide in November whether to vote for a penny tax, but a yes vote will not mean they will pay any extra money in taxes.Dorchester County residents have paid a one-cent sales tax since 2005. That extra penny from every dollar funds road work. Council Chairman Bill Hearn says the penny tax has created millions of dollars for major projects.“Some of the projects people would remember would be Dorchester Road and Highway 78, which is still in process. The Be...
ST. GEORGE, S.C. (WCSC) - Dorchester County residents are likely to decide in November whether to vote for a penny tax, but a yes vote will not mean they will pay any extra money in taxes.
Dorchester County residents have paid a one-cent sales tax since 2005. That extra penny from every dollar funds road work. Council Chairman Bill Hearn says the penny tax has created millions of dollars for major projects.
“Some of the projects people would remember would be Dorchester Road and Highway 78, which is still in process. The Berlin Meyers phase three, which was at the top of the priority list, people will remember that has been recently been approved. And we’ll get started here very soon,” Hearn says.
But that penny tax program is set to expire. So Dorchester County voters will decide in November whether to essentially replace that the expiring funding source with a new one.
“It will end in April of 2024, and this penny will take the place of the existing penny in May of 2024,” Hearn says. “So if it passes in the November referendum, it will replace the old penny with a new penny with a new set of projects.”
Hearn says the sales tax brought in about $7 million in its first year in 2005, and that total has since more than tripled.
“Which is great news, except for the fact that the county is running up against the statutory cap, meaning the Department of Revenue caps our ability to collect money and do projects,” Hearns says.
If it passes, the one-cent sales tax will be in place for 15 years, starting in early 2024.
“We need this new penny and that gives us the ability to do a new set of projects. We’re literally limited,” Hearn says. “Going forward, people probably wonder why we haven’t finished Highway 78 Or why we haven’t worked on Maple Street extension or why we haven’t done Orangeburg Road. It’s because we are limited under the old penny the replacement penny will enable us to do those projects.”.
Council members will have a first reading of the referendum at Monday night’s council meeting. They will revisit the plan twice at future council meetings and plan to post the information on the county website before people see it on election day.
The current total program estimate is about $1.5 billion dollars over 15 years. The plan also includes funding for dirt road improvements, an Eagle Chandler Multi-Use Path, pathways, bike trails and the Greenbelt.
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GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Seven drivers submitted Highway 124, or Old Easley Highway, to “Getting Answers,” tying it for the third, most-requested, Upstate road on our list of over 1,000.You’ll find it between Augusta Street and Highway 123, as it crosses through both Greenville and Pickens Counties.The Greenville side, near White Horse Road at Bell’s Gas Station, is where we are focused. That’s the area where the bulk of the submissions were complaining.When we talked to Geor...
GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Seven drivers submitted Highway 124, or Old Easley Highway, to “Getting Answers,” tying it for the third, most-requested, Upstate road on our list of over 1,000.
You’ll find it between Augusta Street and Highway 123, as it crosses through both Greenville and Pickens Counties.
The Greenville side, near White Horse Road at Bell’s Gas Station, is where we are focused. That’s the area where the bulk of the submissions were complaining.
When we talked to George Wilkie at the pumps, he was eager to share.
“124: It’s a mess. It’s very bumpy,” Wilkie said.
Wilkie describes the rough drive.
“Don’t be drinking anything while you go down that road, because you might spill it all over you,” said Wilkie.
Ronald Young was one of the seven who submitted to us. He says he has to brace himself before the drive.
“If you don’t have both hands on the steering wheel, you don’t know where you’re going to end up, because it’s rattling the car so bad,” Young said.
Crusha Allman says her car has been banged up.
“It feels like it’s a big hole—I’m falling in a big hole,” Allman said.
Wilkie says his kid notices when they’re on Highway 124.
“It’s horrible. It’s terrible. My son, he even comments. And he’s three years old,” Wilkie said, “So, he knows how bad it is as well.”
According to Young, the highway has been horrible for quite a while.
“I can’t remember, in my years here, the last time the whole road was paved,” said Young.
The state’s Department of Transportation says they don’t have record of any paving projects, though the intersection of Highway 124 and Highway 253 was paved 20 years ago.
“I travel that road every night on third shift. And I always hit potholes,” said Allman, “It’s very busy and dangerous.”
The SCDOT says Highway 124 can see over 10,000 vehicles on any given day. Plus, we checked with the South Carolina Highway Patrol. 124 saw 179 collisions from 2018 to 2022.
“These roads need to be repaired for the safety of the drivers that are on there,” Young said.
Wilkie says that goes for the average driver and for those who drive to save lives.
“I’ve gone down that road... my entire life,” said Wilkie, “I used to work for the fire department that works in the general area. So, it’s even affecting emergency responders.”
The DOT tells us they fixed four potholes over the past year and paid four claims for vehicle damage. However, what drivers want is a pave.
“Fix it. Fix the potholes,” Allman said.
Crews will be milling CL, rumble strips from 123 to the county line and replacing the bridge over George’s Creek, but nothing else is on the schedule when it comes to paving. The SCDOT says Old Easley Highway between Sentell Road and White Horse Road is a resurfacing candidate. And they’ll reevaluate this highway for the 2024-2025 Pavement Improvement Program.
Young says the community deserves more.
“You have a lot of growth taking place. And with the increased traffic, infrastructure needs to be taken care of,” said Young.
Submit a roadway here.
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NIU opens B.Tech admissionsNoida International University (NIU) has announced admissions for its B.Tech. programme for the academic session 2022-23. Courses include CSE (AI/ML/Data Science), Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, ECE (IoT), Mechanical Engineering(Industrial Robotics), Mechatronics Engineering, Information Technology and Biotechnology. Last date to apply is July 31. To apply, visit https://admissions.niu.edu.in/ For details of eligibility and other criteria, visit https://niu.edu.in/Applications op...
NIU opens B.Tech admissions
Noida International University (NIU) has announced admissions for its B.Tech. programme for the academic session 2022-23. Courses include CSE (AI/ML/Data Science), Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, ECE (IoT), Mechanical Engineering(Industrial Robotics), Mechatronics Engineering, Information Technology and Biotechnology. Last date to apply is July 31. To apply, visit https://admissions.niu.edu.in/ For details of eligibility and other criteria, visit https://niu.edu.in/
Applications open at Sanskriti University
Sanskriti University, Mathura, invites applications for diploma, undergraduate, and postgraduate programmes in Engineering, Management and Commerce, Education, Special Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, Pharmacy, Agriculture, Fashion Designing, Law and Legal Studies, Yoga and Naturopathy, Tourism and Hotel Management, Medical and Allied Sciences, Basic and Applied Sciences, Ayurveda, Unani, and Nursing courses. Last date to apply is July 31. For details of eligibility and how to apply, visit https://bit.ly/3zQQ8Bq
B.Sc. Poultry Science
Suguna Institute of Poultry Management has opened applications for the three-year B.Sc. in Poultry Science for the academic year starting August 2022. Deadline to apply is end-July. Write to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to register
Innovate India Coding Championship
Coding Ninjas, in association with AICTE and Chandigarh University has launched the ‘Innovate India Coding Championship (IICC) 2022’ to encourage skill-based programming. Students pursuing BE, BTECH, BCA and MCA in any AICTE or UGC affiliated colleges can participate. The three staged competition will be held online at Coding Ninjas Online Coding Portal and registered participants can join from anywhere in the country. Registrations are open. Visit https://bit.ly/3HF9bQI to register.
Application deadline extended
Truman State University has extended the application timeline for STEM and Non-STEM courses for the Fall 2022 intake. The institute invites applications for its Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry, Statistics, Psychology, Accounting, Economics, Communication and Business Administration programmes. Those interested can apply before July 15. On-campus classes are scheduled to commence from 17 August 2022. Visit https://international.truman.edu/southasia/ for details.
VES Colleges launches three new courses
VES College of Arts, Science and Commerce has launched three new full-time autonomous undergraduate courses: B. Com. (Finance), B. Com. (E-commerce) and Post-Graduate Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology. Students can apply online on www.ves.ac.in/vesasc
Certification Programme in Cloud Computing
The Academy of Continuing Education (ACE), Shiv Nadar University, Delhi NCR, and Jigsaw have come together to launch a Certification Programme in Cloud Computing. The eight-month course will begin from August 2022 and will cover AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and other integral Cloud concepts. Upon successful completion, Shiv Nadar University Delhi NCR will award a Certificate of Completion and a University transcript equivalent to 15 credits. Applications are open. Apply at https://ace.snu.edu.in/cloud-computing
Admissions open at RICS School of Built Environment
RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University, invites applications for the full-time built environment specialisation courses for the academic year 2022. The Institute offers one undergraduate course (BBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure.) and four post-graduation courses: MBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure, MBA in Construction Project Management, MBA in Construction Economics and Quantity Surveying, and Post Graduate Diploma in Facilities Management. For details of eligibility and how to apply, visit https://www.ricssbe.org/
VISTA International Sustainability Challenge
MBA students of IIM Bangalore will host the VISTA International Sustainability Challenge, the international case competition as part of VISTA 2022. This is an opportunity for students to showcase their business acumen and analytical ability to solve a real-world challenge. Last date to register is July 22. For details and to register, visit https://bit.ly/3n2bLa8
Lexicon MILE introduces courses on cryptocurrency
Lexicon MILE has introduced a professional certification programme on ‘Basics of Crypto Currency and Financial Portfolio Management’. This is one of the 10 additional certifications provided to all students as a part of their management programme. Students will learn about the basics of Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin, how to manage their financial portfolio, how to make data-driven investment decisions, and more.
Learning Spiral shortlisted
Online exam solution provider Learning Spiral has been selected by the e-Assessment Association, London, as one of the finalists for the year’s Best Summative Examination implementation worldwide. This was for the work done for the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, where they conducted an AI-proctored Online Semester Exam.
Alain Ducasse visits ISH Gurugram campus
Alain Ducasse, founder of École Ducasse and Michelin-star chef visited India to inaugurate the first École Ducasse campus, at Indian School of Hospitality (ISH), Gurugram. The visit will strengthen the partnership between ISH and École Ducasse, both part of Sommet Education’s global network of schools. Culinary programmes taught at École Ducasse in India include undergraduate degree, diploma and certificate courses.
Sixteenth edition of Marketing Management launched
Pearson has launched the 16th edition of Marketing Management by Philip Kotler. The book is co-authored by academicians Prof. Kevin Lane Keller, Prof. Alexander Chernev, Prof. Jagdish N. Sheth and Prof. G. Shainesh. The Indian edition will offer enriched learning and pedagogy based on the new marketing realities, disruptions in the business models and evolved paradigms due to globalisation.
Five Aakash+BYJU’s students win trip to NASA
Five students from Aakash + BYJU’S have been selected for an all-expenses-paid educational trip to NASA. The winners were selected on the basis of their scores in the Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam (ANTHE) 2021. The winners are Varun Kumar from Delhi, Naina Parihar from Gwalior, Anshul Sah from Bengaluru, Alok Kumar Singh from Varanasi and Sakshi Lather from Rohtak.
TDV hosts photography exhibition
The Design Village (TDV) organised an exhibition on photography in collaboration with travel photographer Aman Chotani, who shared his experiences and offered insights into his project, The Last Avatar. His works were exhibited across the campus as part of the event.
STEM Science Centres
Wabtec Corporation in collaboration with STEM Learning inaugurated a STEM Science Centre at Karnataka Public School in Dodda Banaswadi. The centre will offer around 3000 children from Class 1 to 10 access to interactive science learning and opportunities to learn, develop and grow through various mentorship programmes.
MoUs and partnerships
Bengaluru-based RV University has signed MoUs with Old Dominion University in the U.S., Teesside University in the U.K. and Ziroh Labs. Students and faculty from the School of Business and Finance, School of Design and Innovation, School of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Economics as well as the School of Liberal Arts and Science will benefit from this global exposure.
Tarini Kapur has tied up with another government school and Panchayat Ghar in Naukuchital, District Nainital, to offer students’ better access to modern education. Her initiatives, Star in Me and It Takes A Village, will equip both facilities with books, stationary, educational toys, STEM kits in Hindi and other content.
Amity University, Uttar Pradesh signed a Technology Transfer Agreement with Vedic Vigyan Creations LLP, New Delhi, facilitated by its Directorate of Innovation and Technology Transfer (DITT). Organic products developed by Amity scientists and researchers will now be be promoted through Vedic Vigyan Creations. The institute also signed an MoU with National Institute of Sowa Rigpa (NISR), Ministry of AYUSH, for the project “Elicitation for Enhancement of Secondary Metabolite Production in Cold Desert Plants of Ladakh Region” by Dr. Swati Madan and Dr. Maryam Sarwat of Amity University.
MyHealthcare has partnered with Ashoka University to build evidence-based clinical research across hypertension, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. The partnership aims to research and build clinical models that will help deliver better care outcomes.
Events at SAI Schools
SAI International Education Group inaugurated an astronomy section “Galaxy of Stars” to share knowledge on space and to cultivate a spirit of scientific enquiry in children. The group also launched the SAI Internship Programme for students of Classes 9-12. It also hosted a 10-day e-Summer Fiesta Season 3.0 for students from SAI International School (SIS), SAI International Residential School (SIRS) and SAI Angan.
Centre for Design, Fine Arts and Performing Arts
Parul University has launched the Centre for Design, Fine Arts and Performing Arts, which was inaugurated by actor Dia Mirza. The building has been equipped with labs and creative spaces and workshops, sound recording and audio editing studio, music studio, film streaming rooms, animation and VFX studios and hi-tech film studios, apart from libraries and resource centres.
Fellows graduate from ATLAS SkillTech University
ATLAS SkillTech University held a graduation ceremony for its first batch of Academic Fellows who completed programmes in Design (ISDI), Management, Entrepreneurship (ISME), Hospitality, Media, Digital Marketing, Film and Animation.. Entrepreneur and philanthrophist Ronnie Screwvala was the Chief Guest.
Mini-Med Course held
St. George’s University (SGU), in association with the Ramaiah Group of Institutions, held “Mini-Med Course 2022” for students to explore their prospects for medical education through a range of engaging sessions, skill labs, campus tours, and workshops.