MGN ImageMAYVILLE – Three more people have died from COVID-19 in Chautauqua County, according to recent information reported by County officials Wednesday morning.A total of 32 people have died as a result of COVID-19 during the pandemic in the county. In addition, 70 new cases of COVID-19 were reported Wednesday.Officials say 43 people are currently hospitalized due to the virus.A full breakdown can be found below: COVID-19 Cases by ZIP Code of Residence 14701- Jamestown14 70-7910 Active Cases 931 Total Cases 14738- Frewsburg3 137 0.8% 14784- Stockton1 127 62 49.9 30-39458 15 14048- Dunkirk17 0.67% 14063- Fredonia7 2.4% 0 485 58 14081- Irving1 0.8% 12.48% 32 0.9% Fatality Rate 0 87 12 14733- Falconer1 14740- Gerry0 145 14062- Forestville0 400.6 Symptoms Known2483 474.3 565 Yes1944 Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 96.8 10 13.6% 98.7 14138- South Dayton0 0.3% 271.7 12.84% Number 10 No539 14736- Findley Lake0 14724- Clymer2 384.6 4.10% 78.29% Symptoms 76 283.2 45 0.00% 2 3 502.5 14722- Chautauqua0 Age COVID-19 Cases by Presence of Symptoms at Time of Interview 0.8% 2.7% 40-493 0.0% All Ages32 133 4.1% 100.0% 14723- Cherry Creek1 9.17% 21.71% 446.1 1.6% 50-592 14726- Conewango Valley0 1 54.7 90+3 Active Case Rate (per 100,000 residents) 14728- Dewittville0 1 5 8 0.5% 4.2% 29 14781- Sherman1 14769- Portland0 2.1% 14712- Bemus Point2 6.84% 63.9 13 0.0 76 13.04% 14136- Silver Creek1 80-89120 1447.5 274.3 76 3.7% Age Group 0.4% 81 303.2 Number 37 Total 0.65% 319.6 Percent of Total Cases 18.98% 20 14757- Mayville3 117 Percent 11 4 9 1.49% 318.0 0.9% 397.8 402.4 Zip Code 13 279.6 47 14775- Ripley1 0.3% 14720- Celoron0 Total Deaths 28 14710- Ashville5 0-19465 47.9 400.2 0.0 0 50-59528 40-49465 41.1 1.3% 536.1 14750- Lakewood2 3.3% 0.9% 0.3% 2 1.0% 423.5 13.04% 97 149 2.3% 1 352.5 285.7 15.8% 60-693 3.37% 14718- Cassadaga0 14716- Brocton0 33 7 20-29677 14767- Panama3 2.1% 70 NYS Fatality Rate: 4.06%US Fatality Rate: 1.7%Source: John Hopkins University COVID-19 Tracker 12/29/2020 70-79244 12 13 Percent 3566 28 32 26.1% 13 1 14782- Sinclairville0 0.90% 1 252.1 New Cases 1.7% 14747- Kennedy2 185.4 10 14787- Westfield3 Fatality Rate by Age Group 457 90+53 1 3 0.4% 0-390 3.8% 13 60-69445 37 0.38% COVID-19 Cases by Known Age 130.1 12.48% 6 80-8911 0.7% 10 5.66% 19 24
Britain breaks record for coal-free electric generation FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享The Guardian:Britain has gone without coal-fired power generation for its longest stretch since the Industrial Revolution, breaking the existing record of 18 consecutive days this morning. The UK’s energy system has not used coal-fired plants for more than 438 hours, according to National Grid data, the longest uninterrupted period since 1882.The 18-day stretch has broken the UK’s previous record, which was set on 4 June 2019, partly because of a collapse in demand for electricity during the coronavirus lockdown and because of greater use of solar power.The UK set a new solar power record on 20 April after solar farms generated more than 9.6GW of electricity for the first time.The new coal-free record comes almost three years after the grid first ran without coal power for 24 hours for the first time. Since then, all but four of the UK’s coal power plants have shut in advance of a government ban on coal generation from 2025.Coal made up only 2.1% of the country’s total power mix last year, a dramatic fall from almost a quarter just four years ago.Britain’s dwindling fleet of coal plants still includes the West Burton A and Ratcliffe-on-Soar power stations in Nottinghamshire, the Kilroot facility in Northern Ireland and two generation units at the Drax site in Yorkshire, which are earmarked for conversion to burn gas.[Jillian Ambrose and Niko Kommenda]More: Britain breaks record for coal-free power generation
continue reading » In February 2019, Realtor.com released their 2018 Generational Propensity Report which outlined homebuying trends based on generational groups. Here are the biggest takeaways:Millennials passed Generation X as the group taking on the most new mortgages in January 2017.As of November 2018, Millennials have the largest share of loan originations by dollar volume.Millennials make lower down payments and purchase less expensive homes than Gen X and Baby Boomers.Millennials take on larger mortgages due to making low down payments.So, what does this mean for you? Well, that long-held perception of Millennials being the quintessential renters in our economy should be thrown out the window. If you’re writing off Millennials as potential borrowers, you’re missing out on a huge piece of the homebuying market! While Generation X and Baby Boomers are in their prime (or beyond their prime) stage to earn income, Millennials are just now at the cusp—purchasing starter homes as their careers and income become solidified. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
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Robena Heath “Beanie” Searcy 89, formerly of Madison, Florida, passed away Tuesday July 3, 2018 in Milan, IN.She was born July 22, 1928 in Cross Plains, IN, daughter of the late Harold Heath and Elsie (Haskell) Heath.Beanie worked as a Realtor for many years. She was a member of Madison First United Methodist Church, Madison, Florida. She was active in the Women’s Group at church. She was also a member of the Florida Gideon’s Auxiliary and Florida Farm Bureau. Beanie was a great organizer and was in charge of many of the PTA meals and church functions. Beanie was blessed with the gift of hospitality. She loved to decorate for special occasions. You were always made to feel welcome in her presence, whether at her home or one of the numerous functions that she lovingly organized. She prided herself in cooking and baking, and was known for her Brotherhood Biscuits. Her flower garden was something that she loved and shared with the community and friends. Camellia Flowers were her specialty. Beanie traveled with her loving husband Bob (married for 67 years). They portrayed a dramatic Scripture presentation of “The Sermon On The Mount” at churches and civic organizations throughout the state of Florida. Beanie was an excellent seamstress and made the costumes for the drama. Beanie displayed her faith in all facets of her life using her servant spirit to point to her Savior. Her faith, family and friends were very important to her and she will be missed by all whose lives she touched.Robena is survived by her, daughter, Judy (Late Keith) Mosier of Aurora, IN; brother, Gene (Alice) Heath of Anderson, IN; grandchildren, Alexandria (Carson) McCall of Jacksonville, FL, Rob (Kristin) Searcy of Lee, FL, Sarah (Aaron) Craig of Bloomington, IN, Doug (Natalie) Mosier of Aurora, IN, Rebecca (Cometron) Dever of Columbus, IN; great grandchildren, Chauncey & Amelia Craig, Elliott Mosier, Hannah & soon to be Abigail Dever, Grant & Cameron McCall.. She was preceded in death by father, Harold Heath, mother, Elsie Heath, husband, Bob Searcy, son, Jim Searcy, siblings, A.J. Heath, Ralph Heath, & Margie Cunningham.Friends will be received Friday, July 6, 2018, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at the Mt. Sinai United Methodist Church, 9813 Mt. Sinai Road, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at Mt. Sinai United Methodist Church, 9813 Mt. Sinai Road, Friday July 6, 2018 at 12:00 pm with Pastor La Jo Dunbar officiating.Contributions may be made to Our Hospice of South Central Indiana. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card. Visit: www.rullmans.comcy
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David Glenn Canfield, 48, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Saturday December 21, 2019 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born August 5, 1971 in Lawrenceburg, IN, son of Glenn N. Canfield and Betty (Simpson) Canfield.He was a life time member of Life Church. David enjoyed greeting people, and taking up offerings at Life Church on Sundays. He loved the church and his “Church Family”. David loved helping people, he always offered to pitch in and help neighbors with tasks. David was a Nascar fan. He also enjoyed bowling, board games, and loved to watch Andy Griffith on TV. David also very interested in the Fire Departments, and used to keep track of their activities on his scannerDavid is survived by his loving parents, Glenn N. Canfield and Betty (Simpson) Canfield .Friends will be received Friday, December 27, 2019, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm at the Life Church, 201 W. Conwell St., Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at Church, Friday at 2:00 pm, following visitation, with Pastor Kenny Hopper, officiating.Interment will follow in the Mt. Sinai Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Life Church, Aurora Fire Department, or Aurora EMS. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Fer, a summer signing from FC Twente, insisted he had done nothing wrong. “I just looked at the referee and he did ‘play on’ with his hands so I think the goal had to count,” Fer said. “I’m a little bit confused on that one. I meant to put it in because I wanted to win the game.” The result should have been settled in Norwich’s favour long before the moment which was reminiscent of Kanu’s goal for Arsenal against Sheffield United which was so contentious it resulted in an FA Cup replay in 1999. The Canaries found their former goalkeeper Marshall in fine form and missed a host of chances to claim a third win of the season, leaving them in the relegation zone. Manager Chris Hughton was the subject of the supporters’ ire, particularly after substituting Gary Hooper, who had numerous opportunities to net his first Premier League goal and was getting closer and closer as the match progressed. Hughton said: “They’re a fanatical and emotional support and any frustrations they have is because they want to see us win a game. They would be the exact same frustrations that I would have. “I never have any problems with a reaction from the support, because what it does do is show that they care.” Hooper was replaced by Johan Elmander while Van Wolfswinkel was held back until three minutes from time, with Hughton reluctant to exacerbate his record signing’s toe problem. Defender Michael Turner believes Norwich’s luck will turn after strong displays in a win at Stoke, a 3-1 loss to Chelsea, a 4-1 defeat by Arsenal and against Cardiff. Turner said: “The amount of chances we created it’s ridiculous the fact we haven’t scored. “That’s what happens. You have to make these things happen and make your own little bit of luck. “It’s not a place we want to be (relegation zone), but the last four performances have been excellent at times. “I’m confident if we keep playing the way we are, we keep progressing, then we’ll pick up wins.” It does not get any easier, though, with a trip to Manchester United in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night followed by a Premier League clash at Manchester City next Saturday. “It’s an exciting week for us,” Turner added. “(There is) no pressure on us going to Old Trafford in the cup game, no-one’s expecting us to do anything there. “Hopefully we can go up there and play the way we have done in the last few weeks.” Mackay was pleased as Cardiff picked up another point away from home following the draw with Hull and defeat of Fulham. “It’s a clean sheet, it’s our fifth point away from home and I’m delighted with that,” former Norwich defender Mackay said. “I spoke to a couple of Premier League managers pre-season who talked about the importance of picking up points away from home and how difficult it is away from home at any ground in this league. “I know Carrow Road really well, so to come away with a point and the way we defended, I was delighted.” Mackay reserved particular praise for Marshall. “He’s someone whose confidence had been knocked when we arrived,” Mackay added. “He’s worked hard, he’s got himself back into the Scotland squad. He’s a very level-headed young lad who has done excellently since the day I walked. He’s an excellent goalkeeper.” Fer found the Cardiff net in stoppage time, only for referee Mike Jones to rule the strike was not valid, leading Mackay to praise the official and lambast Holland forward Fer. Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall had thrown the ball out due to an injury to Norwich midfielder Alex Tettey and Ricky van Wolfswinkel’s throw in went to Fer, who tucked into the bottom corner as Marshall awaited a return pass, sparking a fracas. Norwich forward Leroy Fer has defended his actions after being criticised for poor sportsmanship by Cardiff manager Malky Mackay following a controversial conclusion to Saturday’s goalless Barclays Premier League draw at Carrow Road. Press Association
Diego Costa was dropped as Chelsea and Tottenham played out a goalless draw which will do little to kick-start the Barclays Premier League champions’ season. Costa was an unused substitute as Jose Mourinho lost patience with the striker, but Chelsea’s second away win of the season remained elusive as Tottenham extended their unbeaten run to 13 games. Both sides had returned from lengthy European trips, with Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino describing the noon kick-off as a “joke” following Thursday night’s 2,500-mile flight from Azerbaijan. Press Association Hazard, looking for his first goal of the season, was deployed as a “false nine”, with Kurt Zouma replacing Terry, while the suspended Dele Alli was replaced by Ryan Mason for Spurs. Chelsea’s attacking quartet of Pedro, Willian, Oscar and Hazard caused a host of problems for Spurs with their movement and trickery, but clear-cut chances were hard to come by and Cesc Fabregas’ guile was again curiously absent. The best early chance was when Oscar crossed for Hazard, who headed just over. Prior to that Tottenham had come closest to taking the lead. Danny Rose had crossed towards Kane and Gary Cahill intervened, in the process catching Asmir Begovic on the head. Begovic next saved Kane’s shot, gathering at the second attempt before Hazard went close. Pedro’s effort from the edge of the box deflected over and Son lost Branislav Ivanovic to meet Kane’s cross from the right, but headed weakly at Begovic. Mousa Dembele next had a shot stopped and Son fired over, before Oscar hit the side-netting after beating Mason. Mason went close to finding a way through the Chelsea defence only to be halted by Zouma as his ankle gave way. Erik Lamela replaced him and returned a pass for Son, who could only shoot at Begovic. Chelsea were under pressure which was so nearly relieved when Ivanovic’s cross-field pass found Hazard, who struck a first-time volley across Lloris, who made a fine save. That was as good as it got in a stalemate. TWEET OF THE MATCH “Looks like mourinho has come and parked the bus at the lane today” – former Tottenham defender Graham Roberts was not particularly impressed by Chelsea PLAYER RATINGS Tottenham Hugo Lloris: 7 (out of 10) Kyle Walker: 6 Danny Rose: 6 Toby Alderweireld: 6 Jan Vertonghen: 6 Eric Dier: 6 Ryan Mason: 5 Mousa Dembele: 6 Harry Kane: 6 Christian Eriksen: 6 Son Heung-min: 6 Substitutes Erik Lamela (for Mason, 56): 5 Clinton Njie (for Son, 74): 6 Chelsea Asmir Begovic: 7 Branislav Ivanovic: 6 Cesar Azpilicueta: 6 Kurt Zouma: 6 Gary Cahill: 7 Cesc Fabregas: 5 Nemanja Matic: 7 Willian: 6 Oscar: 6 Pedro: 6 Eden Hazard: 7 Substitutes: Kenedy (Willian, 89): 5 Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Pedro, 90): 5 STAR PLAYER Hugo Lloris: The France international made the crucial save from Eden Hazard in the second half to keep Chelsea out. MOMENT OF THE MATCH Lloris made a fine save to deny Hazard a first goal of the season. It was the one true moment of quality in the game. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Diego Costa was dropped after his half-time argument, with Pedro deployed as a false nine. John Terry was absent through injury, so Branislav Ivanovic returned at right-back and as captain. Dele Alli was suspended but Spurs had a first-choice line-up otherwise following their trip to Azerbaijan. The changes made little impact. MOAN OF THE MATCH Two top clubs looking to prove points to one another -it was a shame they could not serve up better than a drab stalemate. WHO’S UP NEXT West Brom v Tottenham (Barclays Premier League, Saturday, December 5) Chelsea v Bournemouth (Barclays Premier League, Saturday, December 5) Jose Mourinho was frustrated that Chelsea were unable to secure victory at White Hart Lane, although he was proud of his side’s efforts. “I think it was, as a team, the best Chelsea (performance of the season),” he said. “I think we deserved a bit more than what we got, but I am really happy with the performance. “The team defended like a team, defended with 11 players. The team with the ball was comfortable against a team that presses really well and aggressively. “It is difficult to play against them but we were comfortable with the ball and we had our chances, which is not easy to create against them. “We had our chances and a couple of them were really, really big chances, especially the fantastic save Lloris did on Hazard. “I am very happy with the performance. We are not happy with the result but we are happy with the team. I think we have the team again and we look to the future with a better spirit.” Asked about Diego Costa’s place on the bench, Mourinho told BT Sport: “There is not an issue, not at all. “It was just a decision and I think we played really well. The dynamic was very good. “Hazard and Oscar appeared always in dangerous positions, the same as Pedro.” Fluency was lacking in an at-times scrappy contest which lacked moments of real quality. Hugo Lloris made a fine save to deny Eden Hazard a first goal of the season after Son Heung-min had spurned the best opportunity of the first half following Harry Kane’s cross. Mourinho will be grateful for a fourth Premier League clean sheet of the season, particularly in the absence of captain John Terry (ankle) and at a venue where Chelsea lost 5-3 on New Year’s Day. That defeat drew Manchester City level with the Blues at the top of the table, but Chelsea won the title at a canter with a fine second half of the season. Mourinho’s men are now 14 points behind leaders City and need an unprecedented run just to break into the European places. Spurs’ unbeaten streak, since the opening-day loss at Manchester United, is their longest since a 14-match run between November 1984 and March 1985. Mourinho says he left out Costa due to low confidence after just four goals this season, but the pair argued in Israel and the manager criticised the striker’s reading of the game on Friday. Reports continue that Chelsea are looking for a new striker in January – with Kane among those linked – and the speculation is likely to heighten after Costa’s omission.
When thinking about the 2009-10 season for the Wisconsin men’s hockey team, the most readily available memory might be the 5-0 loss to Boston College in the national championship — a painful memory.But despite missing out on a chance to complete any team’s ultimate goal, the Badgers still experienced one of their most dominant years in the program’s history, posting a 12-4-2 record against teams that were featured in the final top 15 national rankings.After a slow 1-1-2 start, Wisconsin soon caught fire in a series against New Hampshire when the Badgers scored 10 goals on the weekend and only allowed two. Wisconsin rarely let up from there and claimed victories in 10 of their next 14 games before a three-week intermission.The Badgers didn’t miss a step over that break, as they won the Badger Hockey Showdown in a thrilling shootout against Yale. Later that month, Wisconsin drew a tie against then-No. 1 Denver before notching a victory the following night when senior Michael Davies misdirected the game-winner into the back of the net with six minutes left in regulation.Wisconsin closed out the rest of the regular season, going 11-2 before getting knocked out of the WCHA Final Five by St. Cloud State. Wisconsin, having never lost consecutive games all season, bounced back and took third place, ousting Denver again, 6-3.Wisconsin showed dominance in the NCAA tournament before being deflated by Boston College in the final. UW downed Vermont and issued payback against St. Cloud before an 8-1 thrashing of the Rochester Institute of Technology — the most goals scored in a Frozen Four game since 1994.Consistently inconsistent sounds contradictory, but ultimately it’s the best way to describe the 2009-10 season for the Wisconsin women’s hockey team.Coming off a championship season, head coach Mark Johnson took a one-year sabbatical to coach the U.S. Olympic National Team in the 2010 Winter Olympics and took senior Meghan Duggan and junior Hilary Knight along with him.The Badgers were unable to fill void left by the three as the team frequently played up and down to the level of each team in their path.Wisconsin split 11 of 17 series, as they beat teams high in the national rankings and lost to bottom feeders of the WCHA. The Badgers were only able to put together a three-game winning streak once, though the team did also string together a five-game unbeaten streak.The Badgers were ultimately able to keep their heads above water, posting an 18-13-3 overall record, finishing fourth in the WCHA.The year did, however, feature two marquee events. Wisconsin welcomed back Johnson, Duggan, Knight and five other former Badgers when the U.S. National Team stopped by Madison for a friendly match. Though the U.S. won handily, 9-0, UW interim head coach Tracey DeKeyser called the homecoming-like atmosphere one of the highlights of her career.A month later saw DeKeyser with a new career highlight, when Wisconsin ransacked Bemidji State, 6-1, under the blue skies of Camp Randall stadium. Fortunately, the largest a crowd women’s hockey game has ever seen was able to enjoy what was perhaps the Badgers’ best performances of the season.