Chicken nuggets recalled due to possible foreign matter

first_imgWashington D.C. — Tyson Foods, Inc., a Sedalia, Mo. establishment, is recalling approximately 36,420 pounds of chicken nugget products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically rubber, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.The panko chicken nugget items were produced on Nov. 26, 2018. The following products are subject to recall: [View Labels (PDF only)]5-lb. plastic packages of “Tyson WHITE MEAT PANKO CHICKEN NUGGETS” with a “BEST IF USED BY” date of “NOV 26 2019,” case code “3308SDL03” and time stamps 23:00 through 01:59 (inclusive).The products subject to recall bear establishment number “P-13556” inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items were shipped to retail locations nationwide.The problem was discovered when the establishment received consumer complaints of extraneous material in purchased Panko Chicken Nugget products. FSIS was notified on Jan. 29, 2019.There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about an injury or illness should contact a healthcare provider.FSIS is concerned that some product may be frozen and in consumers’ freezers. Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.last_img read more

Nancy Lu Hall, 80, West Harrison, Indiana

first_imgNANCY L. HALL R.N.Nancy entered this world on August 5, 1939, the daughter of Mary & Howard Reiber of Indianapolis, Indiana.  Nancy was joined by a sister Rosemarie Weber four years later.Nancy & I met in grade school when she was eleven and I was twelve years of age.  We became friends and remained so until we entered high school.  We became high school sweethearts and remained so throughout our lives.After high school Nancy entered St. Vincent Hospital School of Nursing.  1960 was a very busy year for us, she graduated with her diploma, passed her boards, and we were married.Our marriage blessed us with four great kids, Juliann King, Mark Hall, Marie Saylor and Randy Hall.  Nancy saw her grandchildren grow into young adults.  Alexandra, Stephanie and Jack Hall, Wesley and Joseph King, Carlyann and Steven Hall.Nancy left us on August 24, 2019 to spend time with god and the angels.Our children and I invite you in saying goodbye to our Nancy.  Please join us on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at Holy Guardian Angels Oratory, 405 U.S. Highway 52, Cedar Grove, Indiana.  Good byes from 10:00 A.M. until 12:00 Noon, followed by the Mass of Christian Burial.Nancy after 59 years of marriage I have one last request. When God assigns you your room, could you ask for a double so we can spend eternity together?Nancy I love you so very much.Tomlast_img read more

English lifts the Irish

first_img France’s new middle distance star Pierre-Ambroise Bosse looked on course for gold after starting at a blistering pace, but tailed off dramatically, finishing last. Poland secured a one-two thanks to fine runs from Adam Kszczot and Artur Kuciapski, with English following them home. “It was fantastic,” he told BBC Sport. “To finish in the home straight with the team in the corner was fantastic. I’ve been training for the last few years to get a medal on this stage. “I changed my tactics because I went too hard in the semi-finals. I knew Bosse would take it out but I had a lot of energy left in the last 200m.” English’s medal helped soften the blow of team captain Heffernan’s struggles in downtown Zurich earlier in the day. The 2013 world champion looked to be in the race walk medal hunt at the halfway point, but soon began to drop off the pace and, having stopped briefly to stretch, withdrew just before the 40km mark. Heffernan showed his class at the finish line, though, by going to congratulate France’s Yohann Diniz for setting a new world record of 3hrs 32mins 33secs. “The pace was too fast, it broke me,” he said. “They got their tactics right today and I didn’t. “It’s really disappointing. I wanted to win today, nothing else appealed to me. Mentally it probably wasn’t good today, I’ll have to look at it afterwards” Ireland’s Brendan Boyce was never going to challenge the leading pack, but set a new personal best as he finished 16th in 3:51:34, while back in the stadium Paul Robinson and Ciaran O’Lionaird made it through to the 1,500m final. Mark English secured Ireland’s first medal of the European Championships, winning 800 metres bronze on a day which began with world champion Robert Heffernan struggling in the 50km race walk. The 21-year-old Donegal man came into the race ranked fourth in Europe, having ran a season’s best of one minute 45.03 seconds at the Diamond League event in New York. It is a time English equalled at the Stadion Letzigrund on Friday evening, securing bronze at the end of a remarkable race. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Dalung: Why Nigeria Performed Woefully at Rio2016

first_imgThe minister also said that the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) had not informed him that it hired a new foreign coach for the Super Eagles even as he described as unfair the federation’s treatment of Dream Team’s coach, Samson Siasia.Dalung has never hidden his preference for a local coach, but the NFF had recently announced a German coach, Gernot Rohr, to manage the Super Eagles.Speaking with State House correspondents shortly after briefing President Muhammadu Buhari on Nigeria’s outing at the ‎just concluded Rio2016, Dalung said he wished the new coach the best of luck even though NFF had not informed him of Rohr’s appointment.He said he begged the president to host the Nigerian contingent to the Olympics Games in Rio, Brazil, despite winning only one bronze medal in football and coming 78th on the medals table.The minister also rejected the claims that Siasia who handled the football team at the Olympics has resigned, saying the true situation was that his contract with the NFF had lapsed.Dalung faulted the way the NFF treated Siasia when it withdrew his official car in Abuja while struggling to secure a medal for the country in Rio.The minister insisted Siasia was still relevant to football development in Nigeria, advising that he (Siasia) could be re-engaged based on his track record and pedigree.According to the sports minister, it would be sad to have someone like Siasia leave Nigeria to go and represent another country out of frustration, just like many athletes did at the Rio Olympics.Dalung also exonerated the coach and his team over the $390, 000 donation they got from a Japanese surgeon.The minister insisted that he was convinced after meeting the Japanese in Brazil that there were no strings like match-fixing attached to the donation,He however attributed the abysmal outing of the Nigerian Olympic contingent to late release of funds and inability to develop home-grown talents, noting that many athletes in the continent that performed relatively better were home-grown.Dalung also told reporters that there was need to go back to the drawing board by reviewing the basic architecture of sports in the country.“We need to go back to grassroots and groom talents for future competitions,” he said.Dalung also took on his critics, saying they were ignorant of facts.“I am not the problem of Nigerian sports because abysmal performance predates my appointment, ” he charged.Asked what he briefed the president concerning the just concluded Rio Olympics, he said: “It is normal if somebody sends you on an errand, when you accomplish that task you first and foremost brief that person before you go public to start talking to outsiders.“So, all I did was to brief the president on our performance, the challenges we had, the progress we made because in 2016 Nigeria was celebrated.“These two (Nigerian) athletes (Aruna Quadri and Ukogu) were recognised internationally in Rio; that happening to Nigeria is an achievement.“And I also requested from him (President) the support for getting a date to organise a reception for our Dream Team VI that won the bronze medal for us.“He ( Buhari) also appreciated our performance and thanked us for doing the country proud and keeping the flag flying. He challenged us to do more for the country to move forward in sports,” concludes Dalung.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram * Says won’t resign as Sports MinisterTobi Soniyi in AujaMinister of Youth and Sports, Solomon Dalung has admitted that late release of funds to the nation’s Olympic team affected Nigeria’s performance at the ‎just concluded 2016 Olympics Games in Rio, Brazil,last_img read more

Defense prepares to face Cal quarterback

first_imgGuarding Goff · Junior outside linebacker Su’a Cravens began preparing to face Cal quarterback and NFL prospect Jared Goff in practice on Tuesday. – Mariya Dondonyan | Daily TrojanIf USC wants to achieve its goal of a Pac-12 title, the Trojans cannot afford to lose another game. Consequently, the Trojans practice as if they’ve already put their impressive win against No. 3 Utah behind them, so they can focus on one thing — beating Cal.“I told these guys that they inspire me. To come off of a big win and then to come out like they did today — there was no letdown,” interim head coach Clay Helton said after practice Tuesday. “It just looks like this team wants to keep getting better.”USC will travel to face Cal, who will be playing in front of their home crowd after two losses to quality opponents, UCLA and Utah.“We know what kind of game Cal is going to try to play because they are coming off of two losses,” said running back Justin Davis. “We’ve been in that position before, so we know they are going to be hungry, and they don’t want to go to three straight losses, so they are going to fight. We are going to have to match their intensity.”Though the Trojans are excited about knocking off the No. 3 team in the nation, they haven’t wasted any time in preparing for their next game.“We haven’t even spoken about Utah, besides Monday, because we’re on to Cal,” linebacker Su’a Cravens said. “Cal is a tough team that took Utah to the fourth quarter. We have to get ready to play because they’re a really talented team when they throw the ball.”Unlike last week when the linebacker was asked to stop Utah’s run attack led by Devontae Booker, Cravens will have his hands full in pass coverage against Cal and their star quarterback, Jared Goff. Cravens, a converted safety, said he will be in coverage much more this week and is looking forward to the challenge of competing against the future pro.“He is the captain of that team, and he’s the potential first pick of the board, so if we get the ball out of his hands and make them run the ball and make their receivers make a play, I think we have the best chance to win the game,” Cravens said.Rather than being intimidated by Goff’s talent and his potential first-round status, Helton and the Trojans are excited to face such a talented quarterback.“It is going to be so much fun. You’re talking about two NFL quarterbacks that are going to be on the field Saturday,” Helton said. “[Goff] has had this group of wideouts for a couple of years now, and you can tell that they are on the same page. He is releasing the ball before they are even near open, and he is hitting them unbelievably and with great accuracy. We have a huge challenge this week.”Helton said quarterback Cody Kessler demonstrated a tremendous amount of poise in USC’s final drive against Utah last Saturday. Helton said that though time was running down and the offense was largely running the ball, Kessler’s timely completions to JuJu Smith-Schuster, which extended the drive, exemplify the benefits of having a fifth-year veteran.“That is what you want in a senior quarterback,” Helton said. “Just the maturity and the poise that led a group of young men. His body language was great — there was no phase in him about his second center being down. I think he handled it incredibly well.”Kessler, who threw for 264 yards and a touchdown, echoed Helton’s sentiments and acknowledged that he had gotten back on track after throwing two interceptions against Notre Dame.“I got the ball where it needed to go,” Kessler said.  “We extended drives, we made huge third downs and we pushed the ball down the field a little bit. And the guys responded great.”Sophomore Khaliel Rodgers started his first game Saturday as USC’s third center of the season due to injuries to Toa Lobendahn and Max Tuerk.The return of left guard Chad Wheeler against Cal will be a huge addition for the line. Wheeler, who was out against Utah with concussion-like symptoms, practiced Tuesday.“Rodgers did such a good job. He was thrown in there, and he came in and started making plays and really leading our group. It was really cool to see,” Kessler said.Kessler stayed and worked on shotgun and under center snaps with Rodgers after practice Tuesday. But, Kessler said because he’s caught so many snaps, he’ll be able to adjust to whatever Rodgers is most comfortable with if he can continue playing like he did against Utah.“I was able to jump right in. We practice it all the time,” Rodgers said.Rodgers has primarily practiced as a guard since spring training but said offensive line coach and run game coordinator Bob Connelly rotates the linemen’s positions in practice, which has made the transition much easier. Consequently, he was less nervous, because he had already worked with Kessler in practices.“I just grind in practice, and when they called my number, I wanted to go out there and execute,” Rodgers said. “The way they teach us, each lineman has to learn every position so they have got to be ready. When you prepare like we do, you don’t have any doubts. We just work so hard and execute everything in practice so that you expect to be perfect in the game.”Rodgers added that he has relied on leadership from veterans such as Zach Banner, who preaches that physicality is essential in being the dominant offensive line unit that they’ve expected to be all season. USC’s line was notably active, aggressive and controlling against Utah’s front, which opened holes for running back Ronald Jones II.USC rushed for 119 yards against Utah. Banner said that the offensive line’s performance was inspired to prove that they could play tough football. And that’s exactly what they love to do.“Coach Connelly challenged us before the game and challenged me as a leader to be physical,” Banner said. “He challenged me during the game too. He said, ‘We need to make sure we keep going, keeping hitting, and don’t let them get complacent.’ So I brought the guys together, and I looked at them and I said, ’If we do this every single drive, we’re going to win the game.’”Connolly is proud of how his team has handled being shorthanded and is optimistic about the coming games.“They played very, very well versus a good football team,” Connelly said. “If you would have told me or asked me at the beginning of the year that we had beat Utah or the No. 3 team in the country — minus three starters on the offensive line and those starters being Chad Wheeler, Max Tuerk and Toa Lobendahn — I’d have told you you’re crazy. It’s extremely encouraging to me and to us.”last_img read more

Anichebe Quits West Brom

first_imgVictor Anichebe has announced he will quit English Premier League West Bromwich Albion when his contract ends next month.“Thank you to all the @WBAFCofficial fans for the support during my time at the club! I wish you all the best for the future. God bless ,” Anichebe announced on Twitter monday.Anichebe, 28, has endured an injury-threatened career since he broke through to the Everton first team.He joined West Brom in the 2013/14 season during which he scored three goals in 24 appearances. Last season, he made a total of 21 appearances for ‘The Baggies’ scoring six goals.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

LA Clippers winning, but still without marquee victory

first_imgNine consecutive victories. It sounds good. But every one of those L.A. Clippers victories has come against teams currently under .500. — some of them way under.Yes, the past eight of wins have come without injured forward Blake Griffin, so that is commendable. Even with Griffin, the Clippers have yet to come up with what most would consider a significant victory this season.Although the Clippers (25-13) have come close to beating the best in the Western Conference — think Golden State, San Antonio and Oklahoma City — with a healthy Griffin, they haven’t.They’ve also lost to Toronto (24-15) and Chicago (22-14), the Nos. 2 and 3 teams in the East, respectively. The subject was broached Tuesday at practice. “I think we’re good enough; we know it,” Rivers said. “We’ve been there before, you know that? And I think our guys pretty much know we’re going to be a good team and headed that way.”Reserve guard Austin Rivers fielded similar questions. Like his father, he scoffed.“People keep focusing on that,” the younger Rivers said. “We’re just playing who’s in front of us. We don’t pick our schedule. People are like, ‘You won nine in a row, but who did you play?’ We played who we played. We’re supposed to beat whoever we play.“And the bottom line is, we were on the road a lot, too. We won a lot of road games. We went on a 5-0 (recent) road trip, so that gave us a ton of confidence right there. We have beaten top teams this year. We’ve beaten Dallas, we’ve beaten Memphis. We know we could do it.”Victories over Dallas (22-16) and Memphis (21-18) are among the team’s best. The Clippers also have two wins over Detroit (21-16). None of the three team, though, is cream-of-the-crop material.Interestingly, point guard Chris Paul was more receptive to this whole notion of beating one of the league’s best.“It would be nice, you know what I mean?” he said. “But we just need to win in general no matter who we’re playing against. One thing you learn about this league is that you’re trying to get playoff position.“But if you beat a team four times during the regular season, it means absolutely nothing if you don’t beat them in the postseason. So the answer to that is kind of two-part — yeah and no.” Scouting the HeatThe Heat figure to be a difficult opponent for the Clippers. They’re 22-16, coming off a narrow 111-103 loss at Golden State on Monday. The Heat trailed by just three points heading into the fourth quarter.“Man, It’s going to be a tough matcup,” said Paul, who is good friends with Miami’s Dwyane Wade. “They’ve got some good leaders.”The Heat are led by forward Chris Bosh (19.1 ppg), shooting guard Wade (18.5 ppg), point guard Goran Dragic (12.3 ppg, 5.0 apg) and center Hassan Whiteside (12.1 ppg, 11.1 rpg).Whiteside, averaging a league-high 3.8 blocks, is questionable with a knee injury.Griffin updateAll Doc Rivers said about Griffin on Tuesday is that he’s “progressing.” There is still no date for his return from a partially torn left quad tendon. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Coach Doc Rivers was asked specifically if his team needs a win over an elite team to cement its growing confidence.“Yes, in the playoffs,” he said.It doesn’t matter now?“No, it really doesn’t,” Rivers said. “I think when we get to the playoffs, we’re going to really need to beat an elite team. Other than that, I don’t know.”Rivers was pressed, and queried as to whether his team could draw positivity from such a win. That way it would know it could do it.last_img read more

Tottenham presses to sign Bale today; Madrid discards it

first_imgThe long-lasting injury of Harry kane would have contributed to accelerate the purchase intention, although in principle Daniel Levy, who would have moved to the Spanish capital to meet with Florentino Pérez, would have set an expenditure limit for the lead of twelve million euros after the acquisition of Steven Bergwijn, which implies that they do not have liquidity except for a large sale that does not seem likely. Nevertheless, sources consulted by ACE They see it practically impossible for the operation to be completed due to lack of time and difficulties in raising the necessary money. In this way, the only possibility that would remain in the air would be the transfer, although player and club would not see it with good eyes. Premier League* Data updated as of January 31, 2020 eleven LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 31, 2020 The Real Madrid player has been on the exit ramp in each market for several seasons, but finally the interest of all clubs has remained nothing. Your exequipo, now run by Jose Mourinho, wants to bring it back to go up in the Premier League and keep trying to conquer the Champions League. Further, Zinedine Zidane, in the press conference prior to the derby against the Atlético de MadridHe has stated that he does not see that it is possible for the Welsh footballer to leave the white discipline during the last day of the transfer market: “Gareth is with us and I’m going to count on him. I don’t contemplate this possibility.”Jonathan Barnett, a Welsh agent, has also jumped on stage. Asked by the Daily Mail about the possibility of Bale leaving today for the Premier, he returned to pull his usual vocabulary: “It’s bullshit”.Gareth Bale has three goals and two assists in the fifteen games he has played so far, but his departure would leave a huge gap in the salary field to bring players ahead of time. We will have to wait a few hours to know how serious the Tottenham is going for Bale in this market, but what is certain is that its price would not approach at all the limit that Daniel Levy marked a few days ago. There are few hours left for the winter transfer window to close and a bombing that affects Real Madrid can still take place. And according to The times, Tottenham wants to sign Gareth Bale on the last market day.last_img read more

The CSD sends a message to the clubs: training prohibited

first_imgThis is stipulated in the Royal DecreeRoyal Decree 463/2020Article 10:3. The opening to the public of the museums, archives, libraries, monuments, as well as the premises and establishments where they are developed public showsyes, the sport activities and of leisure indicated in the annex of the present royal decree.ANNEXED. Equipment list and activities whose opening to the public is suspended in accordance with the provisions of article 10.3:Sports:-Local or closed premises.-Football, rugby, baseball and similar fields.-Basketball, handball, volleyball and similar fields.-Shot clay pigeon shooting courses, which can be assimilated.-Shot galleries.-Tennis courts and assimilable.-Skating rinks, ice hockey, skates and the like.-Swimming pools.-Local boxing, wrestling, judo and assimilates.-Permanent circuits of motorcycles, automobiles and the like.-Velodromes.-Horpodromes, dog tracks and the like.-Fronts, ratchets, squash courts and the like.-Sports.-Bowling bowls and assimilable.-Billiards and assimilable rooms.-Gyms.-Running tracks.-Stadiums.-Other premises, facilities or activities similar to those mentioned.Royal Decree of March 14 establishes the closure of sports facilitiess while the alarm state lasts and the situation remains in effect after the extension thereof decreed by the Government.Now these clubs that wanted to come back The script will be changed to their facilities at the expense of Health. He CSD, for now, will convene on Wednesday, telematically, to the Task Force to Promote Sport (GTID) that it has created to seek solutions to these problems and, especially, those related to the sports economy. There they will meet members of federations soccer, basketball, swimming, athletics, motorsports, motorcycling and winter sports, in addition to Sports Association Spanish, LaLiga, AFE, COE, CPE and Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Atlético and Athletic. Wanted unity of action against occurrences. The players of the Real society will follow confined to their homes, and without training optionally in the facilities of Zubieta from tomorrow, as his coach, Imanol Alguacil, intended, and as he had supported the rest of the club to the point of making it official last Saturday it’s a statement. He Higher Sports Council yesterday reminded the Donostia entity, and all those who thought to follow in their footsteps, that the Royal decree alarm status oblige, in its third additional provision, to closure of sports facilities and the suspension of group training. Although it was not a strict disavowal, the Royal got the message to avoid problems, and suspended a plan that it was optional and individualized, physical, without gym or ball.Peace cost more than desired. He CSD sent in a first moment a notification to the Royal for stating constancy officer his opposition, but it wasn’t until the President of the Council, Irene Lozano, called the president of Real, Jokin Aperribay, when consensus was reached between the parties. The conversation was very constructive, AS found out. He CSD clarified the what the law says and the consequences of skipping it. For the CSD, the standard was quite clear. Irene Lozano ratified it later. “Dialogue and understanding always. To return to a certain normality it is key to comply with the confinement. The training will returnYes, but not as an unsupportive or irresponsible gesture of football, but like one more rung on the road to a society that will gradually recover its normal“La Real came to their senses and began to look for constructive measures, although, from behind the scenes, they still believe that this article on the return to work of some non-essential work activities is interpretable and did not carry an express prohibition against returning to training.To the government you worried very much that this Royal movement confused the message to the rest of the citizenry, by spreading the idea that they can already relax measurements of confinement even though the alarm status It is set until April 26 and will surely will extend. He was also concerned about the call effect. Various clubs else they had thought restart workouts this week under strict sanitary measures. In fact, the Valencia wanted to return today and has chosen to wait. While others, what do you prefer wait waiting for government instructions, they did not give credit to the intentions of their adversaries that have shaken the panorama. Presidents and coaches called LaLiga officials, other clubs, and journalists to contrast the information, since what they fear the most is to compete with the disadvantage that would cause starting a Mini preseason required.last_img read more

Police incident on the Alaska Highway

first_imgThe Fort St. John RCMP have the intersection of the 271 road and the Alaska Highway blocked off.At this time, we understand police have closed the entrance to the 271 road north from the Alaska Highway after an incident at around 10pm Friday.  Traffic is slowly getting through the area.We are awaiting more information from the RCMP.  Expect delays in the area.- Advertisement -If you have any further information, email contact@energeticcity-beta.mystagingwebsite.comThank you to several people who sent in tips using the Energeticcity.ca iPhone app.last_img read more