Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate The Anatomy of Fear TAGSApopka Police Department Previous articleThe State of The Apopka VoiceNext articleApopka Police Department Arrest Report Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment! From the Apopka Police DepartmentApopka detectives have obtained an arrest warrant for Michael Evans Auxier (W/M, 12/15/1965) for contracting without a license. Auxier pled to unlawful contracting on June 28, 2017, and was sentenced to six months in jail plus ten years of probation. While on probation, he attempted to victimize an elderly citizen of Apopka.In December 2017, the victim was approached by Michael Evans Auxier. The two were neighbors and the victim mentioned to Auxier that he needed electrical work done throughout his house. Auxier advised the victim that he was an electrician and had a friend who owned a company called Amber Contractors.Michael Evans AuxierAuxier provided an estimate of the cost of the electrical work ($6,500.00) stating the residence sustained a power surge which caused extensive damage to the wiring. The victim sent the estimate to his insurance company, which denied it due to the amount. The victim’s insurance company had a different company give a second estimate which was estimated at $2,253.00. After consultation with the insurance company, the victim was issued the amount originally quoted from Auxier and placed the insurance money in a savings account.In January 2018, the victim met with Auxier regarding a payment for materials. The victim printed out a receipt for Auxier to sign. Auxier would not sign a receipt for the money, so the victim declined to give him payment. The victim conducted an internet search and found that for 16 years Auxier (who is not an electrician) and his fake company, Amber Contractors, have been taking money from people and not doing any work. The victim then notified the Apopka Police Department.Detectives checked into Auxier’s background and found he was on probation for contracting without a license and grand theft from a person 65 or older. His probation had several conditions, including that he is not to solicit, work for, or have a business relationship with any person 65 years or older. The victim, in this case, is 68-years-old.Apopka detectives have obtained a warrant for Michael Auxier. Auxier has fled and anyone knowing of his whereabouts can contact their local police department. Apopka detectives believe he has defrauded other victims in the Apopka area. Anyone suspecting they have been a victimized by Auxier should contact the Apopka Police Department.The Apopka Police Department is a full-service, accredited police agency with more than 150 employees including 108 sworn officers and staff. The City of Apopka is a growing area ideally located 13 miles northwest of Orlando with major roadway access to many parts of Central Florida. The hometown community has more than 50,000 residents across 33 square miles and includes a diverse mix of business development. The Apopka Police Department supports the Crimeline program to aid in investigations and to foster safe and anonymous tips that lead to criminal arrests. You can help with these local cases – if you have relevant information, please call (800) 423-TIPS, go to www.crimeline.org, or e-mail [email protected] Apopka bulletins can be found at the APD website (www.apopkapolice.com); click on “Crimeline”. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here
Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/912646/house-of-peace-in-kaunas-svirskis-studio Clipboard ArchDaily House of Peace in Kaunas / Svirskis Studio Architects: Svirskis Studio Area Area of this architecture project Projects Manufacturers: JUNG, RHEINZINK, KERMI, Saint-Gobain, Doleta ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/912646/house-of-peace-in-kaunas-svirskis-studio Clipboard Year: House of Peace in Kaunas / Svirskis StudioSave this projectSaveHouse of Peace in Kaunas / Svirskis Studio Products used in this ProjectSwitchesJUNGLight Switch – LS 990 in Les Couleurs®Engineer:Mindaugas VaidelysBuilder:Modestas KiškisClients:Benius Žostautas, Rasa ZostautieneBudget:180,000 EURCity:Šakiai, Domeikavos sen.Country:LithuaniaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Lukas MykolaitisText description provided by the architects. Inspired by the beauty and the simplicity of Lithuania’s natural and raw materials, this house exudes peace. It’s a balanced fusion between modernity and purity. The property, located in a neighborhood in Kaunas, was built all the way along the length of a 1200 m2 terrain, creating a 190 m2 longhouse with a private yard, a wide entrance, and a beautiful front garden with natural big stones and pine trees. The space between the limits of the parcel and the beginning of the construction of the house, allows daylight to brighten the structure and the sun rays to maintain a pleasant warm home.Дом, вдохновленный простотой природных и сырьевых материалов Литвы, излучает спокойствие. В нем гармонично сливаются современность и простота. Участок, по всей длине которого расположился дом площадью 190 кв. м, находится в Каунасе и занимает 1200 кв. м. Дом имеет вытянутую форму с широкой входной частью, на участке есть двор и красивый палисадник с большими камнями и соснами. Пространство между границей участка и домом позволяет проникать солнечным лучам, освещая дом снаружи и создавая уютную и теплую атмосферу внутри. Поскольку длина дома сопоставима с длиной двух соседних, при большей высоте он бы мог блокировать солнечный свет. Но благодаря относительно небольшой высоте (всего 4 метра), дом не только не мешает солнечному свету проникать в соседние дома, но и позволяет хозяевам скрыться от посторонних глаз. Дом, будто подсолнух, ловит каждый солнечный луч: на рассвете солнце освещает передний двор, на закате – задний. Большие проемы расположены так, чтобы внутрь проникало как можно больше света. Проект разрабатывался более трех лет под руководством архитекторов Миколаса Свирскиса и Лины Бакиене. По главной дизайнерской задумке при строительстве в основном использовались фиброцементные блоки, дуб, сталь, алюминий и стекло. Это дом мечты для скромной семьи с современным вкусом, которая любит природу и естественный минимализм.Save this picture!© Lukas MykolaitisSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Lukas MykolaitisSince the house is only 4 meters high, it maintains not only privacy but also respect for its surroundings, as it does not block sunlight from neighboring houses. Its length occupies the same space of two nearby houses, but its height allows it to act as a passive sunflower that does its best to benefit from the scarce sun: in the morning the sun rises up the front yard and sets on the backyard. The large openings are carefully positioned in order to take advantage of as much light as possible. The main materials used for the construction were fiber cement blocks, as the foundations of the design, as well as oak, steel, aluminum, and glass.ИнтерьерВход в дом – через панорамные окна. В глаза сразу же бросается скромность и активная гармония с окружающей средой. Избыток информации, который, словно бремя, мы несем на себе изо дня в день, растворяется в простоте пространства. И неспроста. Свирскис описал творческий процесс так: “В процессе создания объекта я стараюсь не думать о стилях, а по-максимуму придерживаться природной простоты”. Каков результат? Тишина. Спокойствие и безмятежность. Стены из светло-серого кирпича создают ощущение безопасности и стабильности, а мебель из светлого дуба делает пространство уютным и надежным. Но некоторые элементы обращают на себя особое внимание – алюминий и сталь. Их серебряный тон виднеется в кухонной вытяжке и барной стойке для завтрака, привнося в интерьер современные нотки и дополняя гармонию всего пространства. Комнаты расположились следующим образом: общие зоны – кухня, место у главного камина и гостиная – сосредоточены в центре дома, главная спальня и две гостевые спальни остались в левом конце дома, а на другом конце – гараж для двух автомобилей. Устройство этого одноэтажного дома напоминает течение реки: жильцы могут так же плавно перемещаться из одного пространства в другое. Третья комната наполняет дом семейным уютом. Разграничение пространства позволяет жильцам видеться и общаться в разных контекстах этого бетонного оазиса. Особого внимания архитекторов удостоилась крыша: расположение и дизайн каждой дымовой и вытяжной трубы были тщательно продуманы. Команда также подробно проанализировала погоду, чтобы спрогнозировать потребности семьи и обеспечить необходимый уровень комфорта для этой локации.Save this picture!© Lukas MykolaitisThe common areas such as the kitchen, the main chimney, and the living room combine in the center; while the master bedroom and the other two bedrooms are located at the left end of the house, and, at the other end, the garage assures up to two vehicles. The arrangement on this large single floor house produces a river-like movement, allowing residents to easily travel across different scenarios. A third room gives the house the right complement to a family environment. The divisions allow a family to meet and connect through the different spaces of this concrete oasis.БезмятежностьСтроение окутано спокойствием: с наступлением сумерек позади дома образуется полотно из уникальных красок заката, которые создают ощущение светлости и беззаботности. Простая но стильная плоская палуба – место, где можно замечательно проводить время по вечерам. Ночью, благодаря мягкому но достаточному освещению крыльца из дома за счет внутренних источников света, пространство снаружи хорошо просматривается, гарантируя безопасность жильцов и сохраняя спокойствие. Раса, одна из жителей дома, выделила самое ценное, на ее взгляд, свойство дома: «Не знаю, к какому стилю принадлежит наш дом, но если есть стиль под названием Спокойствие, то точно к нему».Save this picture!© Lukas MykolaitisProject gallerySee allShow lessThe Royal College of Pathologists / Bennetts AssociatesSelected ProjectsYunoeki Oyu / Kengo Kuma and AssociatesSelected Projects Share “COPY” Lithuania Photographs: Lukas Mykolaitis Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Lead Architects: Houses Area: 190 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description CopyHouses•Šakiai, Domeikavos sen., Lithuania 2019 Mykolas Svirskis, Lina Bakienė Save this picture!© Lukas Mykolaitis+ 15Curated by Paula Pintos Share “COPY” CopyAbout this officeSvirskis StudioOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesŠakiaiDomeikavos sen.ArchDaily & Strelka AwardŠakiai, Domeikavos sen.LithuaniaPublished on March 07, 2019Cite: “House of Peace in Kaunas / Svirskis Studio” 07 Mar 2019. 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About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 8 October 2013 | News Charity Bank events to show savers the impact of their money 31 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Charity Bank, the bank that lends solely to charities, community organisations and social enterprises using deposits from individuals, is running a number of events at which its depositors can see for themselves some of the projects that have benefited from their money.The 2013 Different Journeys events coincide with National Ethical Investment Week, which runs from 13th to 19th October.Depositors who come to one of the events will meet some of the staff of the charities as well as the people these organisations work with.The events, presented as part of Charity Bank‘s commitment to transparent banking, take place in Scotland, Wales, London, North East England, South Midlands, East Midlands and the North West.Organisations taking part include Epilepsy Action Scotland, Glasgow; City Life Church, Sunderland; Medical Detection Dogs, Milton Keynes; and Lyvennet Community Trust, Cumbria.Photo: transparent finance: glass jars with coins by Urfin on Shutterstock.com
News December 27, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 National Security Council bans satellite channel Saba TV IranMiddle East – North Africa Help by sharing this information After Hengameh Shahidi’s pardon, RSF asks Supreme Leader to free all imprisoned journalists February 25, 2021 Find out more Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists News News Receive email alerts Follow the news on Iran to go further IranMiddle East – North Africa RSF_en News March 18, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders today deplored the banning of satellite TV station Saba TV by Iran’s Supreme National Security Council as one more example of the battle by the country’s media for freedom of expression.The Council has declared the Dubai-based station “illegal” after trying to stop its launch, announced last summer as imminent. The national constitution forbids any independent radio or TV station. Saba TV decided to delay its launch as a result of the ban.The worldwide press freedom organisation said it hoped Saba TV would be allowed some day soon to broadcast freely in Iran.The station was set up by Hojatoleslam Mehdi Karoubi, a pro-reform religious figure and ex-speaker of parliament, as the first satellite TV station founded by a former Iranian politician and aiming to provide “objective and unbiased news” about Iran to Farsi-speaking people everywhere. The station said on 26 December it would file a complaint against the Council’s secretary-general, Ali Larijani, for banning the station. The Council forbade the Iranian media to give news or publish ads about the station’s impending launch. The authorities, backed by the regime’s hardliners, have attacked Karoubi for being “anti-nationalist” and “favouring Westerners.”The Council recently banned newspapers from printing news about the crash of a C-130 Hercules military plane in Teheran on 6 December in which 84 journalists died. It has also forbidden the media to mention the country’s nuclear capacity. The Council is appointed by the country’s Supreme Guide, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and chaired by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. June 9, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders today deplored the banning of satellite TV station Saba TV by Iran’s Supreme National Security Council as one more example of the battle by the country’s media for freedom of expression. The Council has declared the Dubai-based station “illegal” after trying to stop its launch. The national constitution forbids any independent radio or TV station. Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 Organisation
HungaryEurope – Central Asia Condemning abusesMedia independence Conflicts of interestEconomic pressure Receive email alerts HungaryEurope – Central Asia Condemning abusesMedia independence Conflicts of interestEconomic pressure Reporters Without Borders (RSF) deplores the purchase of Hungary’s last five independent regional newspapers by oligarchs allied with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. Their acquisition in the past few days is the latest attack on pluralism in a country where the government keeps extending its control over the media. News ATTILA KISBENEDEK / AFP Ten months after the independent national daily Népszabadság’s sudden closure last October, supporters of the ruling Fidesz party now control all of Hungary’s regional dailies. Orbán’s latest media “bag” was preceded by the purchase of 13 regional newspapers by an old school friend in December.“In less than a year, Fidesz has extended its sway over the entire regional press,” RSF said. “This sounds the knell for media independence in Hungary.”Orbán trioAndy Vajna, a former Hollywood producer and Orbán buddy, began acquiring the Lapcom press group, which publishes the newspapers Kisaföld and Délmagyarország, at the end of last month.The Austrian press firm Russmedia announced on 31 July that it was selling the Hungarian local newspapers Hajdú-Bihari Napló, Észak-Magyarország and Kelet-Magyarország. Their buyer is none other than Heinrich Pecina, Népszabadság’s former owner, who was blamed at the time for its closure last October. It was also Pecina who facilitated the purchase of Mediaworks, the publisher of the 13 other regional dailies, by Orbán’s former school friend, Lőrinc Mészáros, in December.The manoeuvring by the Pecina-Vajna-Mészáros trio, which has ended up with a monopoly of Hungary’s 18 regional newspapers, has taken media concentration in this European Union member country to a new, grotesque level.Media concentration in run-up to elections“These latest acquisitions by ruling party supporters are further confirmation of the government’s desire to control the media,” RSF added. “This blow to regional press independence is all the most disturbing in the run-up to parliamentary elections.”Fidesz’s control of the regional press will enhance its sway over Hungary’s 4.5 million voters when they elect a new parliament in April. Since 2010, Orbán has made no bones about his desire to extend state control over strategic sectors such as the media.Ever since Orbán’s return to power in 2010, democracy has been in retreat in Hungary, which is ranked 71st out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2017 World Press Freedom Index. June 2, 2021 Find out more News Hungary’s leading independent radio station taken off the air Follow the news on Hungary August 4, 2017 – Updated on August 3, 2018 Hungary: Orbán allies acquire regional press monopoly to go further News Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU Organisation RSF_en Swedish Reporters Without Borders awards press freedom prize to a Hungarian news site May 4, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information News February 10, 2021 Find out more
EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS 0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Community News First Heatwave Expected Next Week Subscribe Make a comment Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Community News Business News After years of legislative efforts, Assemblymember Chris Holden (D-Pasadena) has successfully authored landmark legislation to expand Concurrent Enrollment.The Senate today voted overwhelmingly in favor of this historic measure that will allow thousands of low income, non-traditional high school students across California to be able to attend community college in order to get a head start.“This bill will allow students who may not be college-ready to be ready by the time they graduate,” explained Assemblymember Holden. “The latest statistics from the Department of Education show that the majority of California students are not ready for college.”“In our high-tech economy, a college degree will no longer be an option; it will be a requirement for jobs of the future. Concurrent enrollment opens doors of opportunity for students who might never have thought it possible to go to college, concluded Holden.”AB 288 creates a partnership between community college districts and high schools to allow high school students to take college-level courses at their high schools or on college campuses. The measure calls for increasing the number of college classes students can take from 11 to 15 units. It also offers opportunity for technical career classes that can potentially lead to a job. And, it provides for remedial courses and college level coursework to prepare students for college life.AB 288 has strong, bi-partisan support led by joint author, Assembly Republican Leader Kristin Olsen, of Modesto: “California is a world-wide economic leader, so we must do everything we can to ensure that our students are qualified for the jobs of our state’s ever-changing economy,” said Olsen. “By making community college courses more accessible to high schools students, we can help ignite their sense of purpose and drive that is essential in today’s fast-paced world, while improving their eligibility for a wider range of jobs early on.”AB 288 is supported by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, The California Community League, The California Chamber of Commerce, and numerous community college districts throughout California.The measure now goes back to the Assembly for concurrence on amendments. faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPasadena Water and PowerPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * HerbeautyIs It Bad To Give Your Boyfriend An Ultimatum?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty11 Signs Your Perfectionism Has Gotten Out Of ControlHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyInstall These Measures To Keep Your Household Safe From Covid19HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyTiger Woods’ Ex Wife Found A New Love PartnerHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Beauty Secrets Only Indian Women KnowHerbeautyHerbeauty More Cool Stuff Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Top of the News Government Senate Passes Holden Milestone Measure to Increase College Opportunities for High School Students Published on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 | 4:00 pm Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena
Sacramento Police Department(LOS ANGELES) — Authorities used genealogical websites to track down the suspected serial killer known as the “Golden States Killer,” sources told ABC News, describing it as a long, painstaking process.The “Golden State Killer” is believed to have committed 12 murders, at least 50 rapes and multiple home burglaries in the 1970s and 1980s.Investigators used DNA from one of the crime scenes and compared it to what’s available on genealogy websites to find a family tree for the suspect, sources said.Officials then worked their way down that family tree until they found Joseph James DeAngelo, a 72-year-old former police officer.Police placed DeAngelo under surveillance and later obtained his DNA from an item officers collected. It was confirmed as a match.He was taken into custody on Tuesday at his home in Citrus Heights in Sacramento County, the same county where the crime spree began in 1976. The crimes continued across the state until 1986.DeAngelo’s name never came up in the investigation until last week, Sacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert said.“We found the needle in the haystack,” Schubert said at a news conference Wednesday.DeAngelo is set to appear in court FridayCopyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Tags The Yard CEO Morris Levy and 8 Herald Square (Google Maps, iStock)The Yard is opening a new location out of a now-defunct Midtown hotel.The flex-office provider told The Real Deal that it has signed a management agreement with the owner of the former Courtyard by Marriott at 8 Herald Square, which is at the corner of West 35th Street and Sixth Avenue.The 76,000-square-foot building is already in the process of being converted into a flex-office space, with hotel rooms on the fourth and fifth floors turned into private offices. A partial opening is planned for Feb. 15, according to the company’s co-founder, Richard Beyda.The makeover will create about 180 private offices, and the hotel’s sky lobby on the third floor will accommodate conference rooms and co-working areas. The hotel’s gym and a rooftop bar will become part of the amenities in the future, according to the Yard.ADVERTISEMENTRead moreCourtyard by Marriott in Herald Square to close permanentlyAs flex-office space contracts, Industrious grows NYC footprintSeismic shifts in the flex-office market Full Name* Email Address* Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Share via Shortlink The Courtyard hotel closed last fall, becoming one of the many casualties of the pandemic, which has decimated the city’s hospitality industry.But until about 10 years ago, the property was actually offices. Hidrock Properties, through an entity called 960 Associates, took over ownership of the building in 2009 and converted it to a hotel. The Courtyard property opened in 2013 and Hidrock sold its interest in 2015 at a valuation of $132 million, according to the company’s website.Property records show the building is still deeded to 960 Associates.The 8 Herald Square site is the Yard’s first to operate under a management contract rather than a traditional lease, Beyda said. Under the agreement, the Yard gets paid by the landlord for leasing and managing offices, akin to how a hotel management company works with a property’s owner.The Yard is now in conversation with other landlords in the city to open new locations based on management agreements, according to Beyda. It currently has 13 sites in New York, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia.The pandemic exposed the risk of running flex-offices under traditional leases, and some companies within the space are trying to switch their existing leases into management agreements.Knotel, for one, is facing mounting lawsuits filed by its landlords for unpaid rent. The startup filed for Chapter 11 protection earlier this month and is in the process of being acquired by Newmark.Beyda said the Yard isn’t abandoning its lease-based locations, and that the company’s future growth will be based on a mix of both models.“The dynamics [have] to be the same. The property has to be the right property. And economics needs to be the right economics,” he said. “If you come in with a landlord, and you both have realistic expectations, and the location works … it should work.”Contact Akiko Matsuda Co-workingCommercial Real Estateoffice marketthe yard
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNEPHI, Utah-Friday, Delta’s girls track and field squad and Juab’s boys track and field team each won team titles at the Juab Invitational.For the girls, Delta posted 130 points to earn the team crown. Juab placed fourth with 75 points. North Sanpete finished sixth with 44.5 points. Manti placed eighth with 41 points and Richfield finished 12th with 2 points.For the boys, Juab posted 132.5 points to take the team title. Delta finished second with 110 points. Richfield placed seventh with 34 points. North Sanpete placed 11th with 21 points. Wasatch Academy placed 14th with 9 points and Manti finished 15th with 6 points.The results are as follows. Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network athletes who medaled receive their names in bold type.Girls Sprint Medley RelayJuab Wasps (Maison Heap, Alivia England, Valerie Clark, Marissa Hall) 4:25.91North Sanpete Hawks (Ashlyn Anderson, Journey Toomey, Abri Benson, Mari Briggs) 4:32.45Delta Rabbits (Caitlin Allred, Keeshay Brough, Meg Nielson, Brynnleigh Goodwin) 4:43.70Boys Sprint Medley RelayALA Eagles 4:00.38Delta Rabbits (Trey Butler, Austin Loe, Hagen Nielson, Gage Smith) 4:04.32Juab Wasps (Dawson Dansie, Weston Perry, Dace Darrington, Joseph Peterson) 4:11.40North Summit Braves (Jack Richins, Carter Staley, Ian Koyle, Kyler France) 4:18.15Girls 1600 Meter RunElizabeth Zwahlen-North Summit 5:35.48Amelia Hunter-Salem Hills 5:36.96Brie Ericksen-Salem Hills 5:48.68Erica Maestas-Salem Hills 5:49.76Erin Atkinson-Hillcrest 5:50.64Keltsy Fowles-Manti 5:51.69Paige Curtis-Delta 5:54.03Kortnie Lemmon-Payson 5:54.29Boys 1600 Meter RunTyler Reese-Spanish Fork 4:32.46Caden Rasmussen-Payson 4:38.87Grandin Olson-Salem Hills 4:40.08Tyler Saunders-Richfield 4:45.40Dylan Whitney-Payson 4:46.82Josaih Carter-Manti 4:50.19Christopher Korir-Wasatch Academy 4:52.83Miles Graymountain-Payson 4:53.15Girls 100 Meter HurdlesSavannah Nielson-Delta 14.82Sydney Black-Salem Hills 16.03Jessi Mangum-Spanish Fork 16.63Claira Reynolds-Manti 16.68Ebony Dodoo-Delta 16.97Natalie Morrell-Juab 17.58Maggie Erekson-Hillcrest 17.79Zoe Thomas-Delta 18.19Boys 110-Meter HurdlesSpencer Holladay-Hillcrest 15.36Britton Smith-Delta 16.19Jacob Eldridge-Juab 16.53McCade Davis-Spanish Fork 16.58Hagen Nielson-Delta 18.15Colter Buck-Juab 18.45Jose Patino-North Summit 18.77Ethan Judd-North Summit 18.91Girls 100-Meter DashAdi Nielson-Delta 12.65Marci Richins-North Summit 12.96Kate Fallon-Spanish Fork 13.10Miriam Pendleton-Spanish Fork 13.22Alaina Stonebraker-Hillcrest 13.25Joslyn Seamons-Payson 13.35Jocelyn Hansbrow-Spanish Fork 13.39Maili AhKuoi-Salem Hills 13.56Boys 100-Meter DashOran Finlinson-Delta 11.48Anthony Vail-Hillcrest 11.57Bodee Blackett-Juab 11.69Max Staheli-Salem Hills 11.72William Finlinson-Delta 11.76Jared Dye-Juab 11.78Cameron Smith-Delta 11.83Austin West-Juab 11.84Girls 4 x 200 Spanish Fork Dons (Jessi Mangum, Gracyn Cook, Miriam Pendleton, Kate Fallon) 1:48.41Hillcrest Huskies (Keira Sweet, Ellie Walker, Elizabeth Martin, Olivia Backus) 1:57.82North Sanpete Hawks (Rachael Jones, Hallie Henrie, Madelyn Christensen, Tamsin Stewart) 1:58.32Maple Mountain Golden Eagles (Paige Burtenshaw, Julia Dall, Amber Marchant) 2:03.95Boys 4 x 200Hillcrest Huskies (Josiah Gonzales, Braedon Broyles, Spencer Holladay, Ryan Caswell) 1:36.73Spanish Fork Dons (Diego Carlson, Adam Blake, Keven Paladini, Justice Smith) 1:43.80Maple Mountain Golden Eagles (Martin Brinkerhoff, Simon Meiners, Chase Baird, Aiden Atwood) 1:45.45Salem Hills Skyhawks (Dustin Wallentine, Tanner Howard, Jordan Thompson, Brandon Spencer) 1:49.48Girls 4 x 800Salem Hills Skyhawks 10:43.73Maple Mountain Golden Eagles (Sophie Gill, Eliza Gill, MaKenzie Wilber, Brooklyn Jackson) 12:06.59Boys 4 x 800Salem Hills Skyhawks 8:43.23Maple Mountain Golden Eagles (Tyler Asay, Landon Burr, Tate Robinson, Samuel Moessing) 9:48.91Spanish Fork Dons (Jaxson Marsigli, Spencer Larsen, Tanner Mason, Brayden Reese) 9:51.56Girls 4 x 100Delta Rabbits (Jordyn Nielson, Savannah Nielson, Ebony Dodoo, Megan Atkinson) 50.09Spanish Fork Dons (Jessi Mangum, Jocelyn Hansbrow, Miriam Pendleton, Kate Fallon) 50.22Hillcrest Huskies (Alaina Stonebraker, Ellie Walker, Elizabeth Martin, Olivia Backus) 52.89Salem Hills Skyhawks (Sydney Black, Kate Larsen, Amber Anderson, Maili AhKuoi) 53.14Juab Wasps (Alivia England, Natalie Morrell, Kaydie Callaway, Maison Heap) 54.03Payson Lions (Kortnie Lemmon, Rebekah Adams, Rebekah Hartman, Joslyn Seamons) 54.29North Sanpete Hawks (Ashlyn Anderson, Abri Benson, Natalya Benson, Journey Toomey) 54.69North Summit Braves (Kelly Schroeder, Jenna Larsen, Kaylstah Comer, Charly Sargent) 54.76Boys 4 x 100Delta Rabbits (Cameron Smith, William Finlinson, Oran Finlinson, Britton Smith) 44.46Juab Wasps (Carter Lynn, Austin West, Jared Dye, Bodee Blackett) 45.55Salem Hills Skyhawks (Max Staheli, Isaac Tanner, Tanner Rogers, Sterling Shoemaker) 45.64Payson Lions (Payden Judd, Tanner Moss, William Boswell, Riley Warnick) 46.04Hillcrest Huskies (Josiah Gonzales, Braedon Broyles, Juan Rendon, Anthony Vail) 46.52Maple Mountain Golden Eagles (Martin Brinkerhoff, Nathan Heaton, Easton Merrill, Michael Hammer) 47.92North Sanpete Hawks (Morgan Bowles, Landon Bowles, Payton Hendry, Waylon Leniger) 48.03Spanish Fork Dons (Nathan Beck, Keven Paladini, Adam Blake, McKay Peery) 48.87Girls 400 Meter DashAdi Nielson-Delta 58.28Marci Richins-North Summit 59.26Lilly Stratton-Salem Hills 59.94Jordyn Nielson-Delta 1:04.91Abigail Kirby-Salem Hills 1:05.18Lindsey Blake-Spanish Fork 1:05.93Meg Nielson-Delta 1:06.03Katelynn Giles-Spanish Fork 1:06.74Boys 400 Meter DashCade Olsen-Spanish Fork 51.59Carter Lynn-Juab 52.51Carston Jensen-Richfield 52.53Christopher Korir-Wasatch Academy 52.71Aiden Atwood-Maple Mountain 54.88Tanner Rogers-Salem Hills 54.99Max Staheli-Salem Hills 55.61Kyle Scholl-Payson 55.87Girls 300 Meter HurdlesSavannah Nielson-Delta 45.59Ebony Dodoo-Delta 48.72Jessi Mangum-Spanish Fork 50.26Miriam Pendleton-Spanish Fork 50.94Natalie Morrell-Juab 51.35Sydney Black-Salem Hills 51.43Emma Turner-Spanish Fork 53.03Maggie Erekson-Hillcrest 53.04Boys 300 Meter HurdlesSpencer Holladay-Hillcrest 42.90Jacob Eldridge-Juab 43.70McKay Peery-Spanish Fork 44.99Brandon Spencer-Salem Hills 45.05Ethan Judd-North Summit 45.12Colter Buck-Juab 45.30McCade Davis-Spanish Fork 45.32Morgan Bowles-North Sanpete 45.45Girls 800 Meter RunElizabeth Zwahlen-North Summit 2:26.37Rachael Jones-North Sanpete 2:32.10Paige Curtis-Delta 2:32.72Kortnie Lemmon-Payson 2:34.68Charly Sargent-North Summit 2:37.28Gabriel McDaniel-Salem Hills 2:38.64Nora Foster-Richfield 2:38.85Tamsin Stewart-North Sanpete 2:39.11Boys 800 Meter RunColby Orton-Payson 1:56.98Anthony Davies-Hillcrest 1:58.82Dason Day-Juab 1:58.55Cannon Anderson-Richfield 2:03.68Tyler Saunders-Richfield 2:06.39Caden Rasmussen-Payson 2:07.36Christopher Korir-Wasatch Academy 2:09.12Josaih Carter-Manti 2:09.49Girls 200-Meter DashMarci Richins-North Summit 26.31Kate Fallon-Spanish Fork 27.13Alaina Stonebraker-Hillcrest 27.19Jocelyn Hansbrow-Spanish Fork 27.72Sydney Jackson-Maple Mountain 28.24/Abri Benson-North Sanpete 28.247. Joslyn Seamons-Payson 28.328. Gracyn Cook-Spanish Fork 28.49Boys 200-Meter DashCade Olsen-Spanish Fork 23.17Oran Finlinson-Delta 23.29Max Staheli-Salem Hills 23.36Jared Dye-Juab 23.69William Finlinson-Delta 23.83Bodee Blackett-Juab 24.40Riley Warnick-Payson 24.51William Boswell-Payson 24.59Girls 3200 Meter RunBayleigh Redd-Spanish Fork 11:54.65Marissa Hall-Juab 12:10.53Amelia Hunter-Salem Hills 12:12.30Lucy Groberg-Salem Hills 12:17.80Sophie Riding-Spanish Fork 12:58.87Keltsy Fowles-Manti 12:59.08Erin Atkinson-Hillcrest 13:03.51Sarah Seeley-Spanish Fork 13:06.02Boys 3200 Meter RunAdam Pray-Payson 10:11.36Cannon Anderson-Richfield 10:25.91Miles Graymountain-Payson 10:37.59Josh Rust-North Summit 10:50.95Zackary Steed-Hillcrest 10:57.84Aidan Anderson-ALA 11:01.64Tyler Taggart-Manti 11:03.99Sam Timmerman-Hillcrest 11:05.79Girls 4 x 400 RelayDelta Rabbits (Savannah Nielson, Jordyn Nielson, Kaeshay Brough, Adi Nielson) 4:03.71North Summit Braves (Marci Richins, Hadley Richins, Elizabeth Zwahlen, Charly Sargent) 4:09.59North Sanpete Hawks (Rachael Jones, Tamsin Stewart, Abri Benson, Mari Briggs) 4:30.43Payson Lions (Kortnie Lemmon, Reagan McKenna, Rylee Openshaw, Emma Facer) 4:34.83Spanish Fork Dons (Lindsey Blake, Kaydenz Critchlow, Staci Lomenick, Emma Fox) 4:48.31Hillcrest Huskies (Keira Sweet, Kay Erekson, Emma Ashby, Auriella Gallman) 4:53.44Maple Mountain Golden Eagles (Paige Burtenshaw, Jaydalyn Larsen, Makinslyn Larsen)Boys 4 x 400 RelayJuab Wasps (Carter Lynn, Jacob Eldridge, Boston Baxter, Dason Day) 3:37.68Hillcrest Huskies (Stevie Leo, Braedon Broyles, Spencer Holladay, Ryan Caswell) 3:39.45Payson Lions (Cameron Scholl, Dylan Whitney, Colby Orton, Caden Rasmussen) 3:45.16North Summit Braves (Ethan Crittenden, Ryker Johnson, Jose Patino, Neal Padfield) 3:48.15Spanish Fork Dons (Tyler Reese, Ryan Cobb, Andrew Folsom, Cade Olsen) 3:50.84Delta Rabbits (Oran Finlinson, Spencer Forsyth, Hagen Nielson, William Finlinson) 3:51.60Salem Hills Skyhawks 3:57.28Maple Mountain Golden Eagles (Aiden Atwood, Spencer Meeks, Chase Baird, Tyler Asay) 4:15.32Girls Long JumpValerie Clark-Juab 17-01.00Maison Heap-Juab 16-07.50Gracyn Cook-Spanish Fork 16-06.00Olivia Backus-Hillcrest 15-10.00Tylee Henry-North Sanpete 15-09.50Roxie Simpson-Spanish Fork 15-05.50Ashlynd Hunt-Delta 15-02.00Cecilia Hall-Maple Mountain 15-02.00Boys Long JumpCedar English-Monticello 22-07.00Britton Smith-Delta 21-08.50Jack Lee-Salem Hills 21-01.00Spencer Forsyth-Delta 21-00.00Cameron Smith-Delta 20-06.50Alec Hunsaker-North Summit 19-07.50Trey Butler-Delta 18-09.00Ryan Caswell-Hillcrest 18-09.00Girls Shot PutMalia Niumatalolo-Skyridge 35-02.00Haylee Christensen-Delta 33-06.00Sanilaiti Takeiaho-Manti 33-05.00Saylor Day-Delta 33-04.00Breana Barson-Manti 30-09.00Emma Meyer-Skyridge 29-03.00Emmie Willoughby-Delta 28-06.00Molly Staheli-Salem Hills 28-01.00Boys Shot PutBridger Terril-Delta 43-10.50Laramie Roberts-North Sanpete 42-06.00Gavin Hawley-Hillcrest 41-11.00Jagure Youd-Spanish Fork 40-10.50David Phillips-Juab 40-09.50Colton Butterfield-Maple Mountain 40-04.00Parker Boggess-Hillcrest 39-09.50Hyrum Goble-Salem Hills 37-11.50Boys Discus Laramie Roberts-North Sanpete 129-11.50Dawson Olsen-Juab 125-09David Phillips-Juab 119-07Bridger Terril-Delta 119-00Mason Wohlforth-Juab 116-01Gavin Hawley-Hillcrest 114-10Hyrum Goble-Salem Hills 112-02Parker Boggess-Hillcrest 111-00Girls DiscusHaylee Christenson-Delta 107-10Breana Barson-Manti 98-07Jasmin Murillo-Manti 96-06Brylee Greenhalgh-Juab 87-02Carly Hodge-Skyridge 86-00Sanilaiti Takeiaho-Manti 85-05Alycea McVey-Hillcrest 84-07Ellie Black-Salem Hills 80-06Girls JavelinBrekell Gammell-Salem Hills 136-10Valerie Clark-Juab 109-10Saylor Day-Delta 103-10Grace Knudsen-Maple Mountain 103-01Emma Meyer-Skyridge 99-05Breana Barson-Manti 94-00Ashlyn Anderson-North Sanpete 92-06Lizzie Ruston-Payson 86-04Boys JavelinBodee Blackett-Juab 154-07Jack Lee-Salem Hills 151-00Hunter Alger-Richfield 140-00Boden Ballow-Juab 138-01Grady Bowles-Juab 134-03Matt Taylor-Skyridge 133-10Coleman Whicker-Juab 132-02Bridger Terril-Delta 131-04Boys High JumpDawson Olsen-Juab 6-02.00Britton Smith-Delta 6-00.00Cameron Smith-Delta 5-10.00Cedar English-Monticello 5-10.00Ryan Flake-Spanish Fork 5-08.00/Isaac Allred-Juab 5-08.007. McKay Ewell-Salem Hills 5-06.008. Clay Pedersen-Salem Hills 5-06.00Girls High JumpBrooklynn Hunter-Juab 5-00.00Sydney Hansen-Salem Hills 5-00.00Leah DeHart-Salem Hills 5-00.00Sadie Wright-Juab 5-00.00Tylee Henry-North Sanpete 5-00.00Sydney Black-Salem Hills 4-10.00Zoe Thomas-Delta 4-10.00Jadee Dutson-Delta 4-08.00Girls Pole VaultTaylor Yee-Maple Mountain 8-06.00Madilynn Grimshaw-Salem Hills 8-00.00Nicole Clayson-Spanish Fork 6-06.00Boys Pole VaultRyan Crook-Davis 12-06.00Canyon Jones-Davis 12-00.00Joey Trageser-Spanish Fork 9-00.00Oliver Snow-Davis 8-06.00Nathan Beck-Spanish Fork 8-00.00Quaid Gull-Spanish Fork 7-06.00/Bruce Huntsman Spanish Fork 7-06.008. Tanner Meeks-Maple Mountain 7-00.00 April 3, 2021 /Sports News – Local Delta’s Girls, Juab’s Boys, Win Titles at Juab Invitational Friday Written by Brad James