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Gray wolf issue hits Mount Shasta

This morning, California Fish and Game Commission would be in Mount Shasta for the probable confirmation of their findings to list gray wolf as a species that belongs to endangered category. A meeting is scheduled to take place at the Mount Shasta Sisson Museum at 8:30 am.
The draft findings propose of the commission says that the Commission determines that there is sufficient evidence in the record to indicate that designating the gray wolf as an endangered species under CESA is warranted at this time …. the gray wolf shall be listed as endangered.”
The whole process started with a petition submitted in 2012 handed by Big Wildlife, Center for Biological Diversity, the Klamath Siskiyou Wildlands Center and the Environmental Protection Information Center that asked the FGC to list the gray wolf under California Endangered Species Act.
FGC code says that an animal is considered for the list is it is a native species or subspecies of a mammal, bird, amphibian, fish, reptile or plant that is in serious danger of becoming extinct throughout all, or an important portion, of its range due to one or more causes, including loss of habitat, overexploitation, change in habitat, competition, disease or predation.
The draft findings of the commission states that CESA, FGC as well as other applicable rules do not need a species to have uninterrupted breeding population in California in order to meet the definition of “threatened” and “endangered.” Presently, there are no known constituted wolf populations in the state, and as of now there have only been intermittent visits by a wolf designated as OR-7 over the last few years.

This morning, California Fish and Game Commission would be in Mount Shasta for the probable confirmation of their findings to list gray wolf as a species that belongs to endangered category. A meeting is scheduled to take place at the Mount Shasta Sisson Museum at 8:30 am.

The draft findings propose of the commission says that the Commission determines that there is sufficient evidence in the record to indicate that designating the gray wolf as an endangered species under CESA is warranted at this time …. the gray wolf shall be listed as endangered.”

The whole process started with a petition submitted in 2012 handed by Big Wildlife, Center for Biological Diversity, the Klamath Siskiyou Wildlands Center and the Environmental Protection Information Center that asked the FGC to list the gray wolf under California Endangered Species Act.

FGC code says that an animal is considered for the list is it is a native species or subspecies of a mammal, bird, amphibian, fish, reptile or plant that is in serious danger of becoming extinct throughout all, or an important portion, of its range due to one or more causes, including loss of habitat, overexploitation, change in habitat, competition, disease or predation.

The draft findings of the commission states that CESA, FGC as well as other applicable rules do not need a species to have uninterrupted breeding population in California in order to meet the definition of “threatened” and “endangered.” Presently, there are no known constituted wolf populations in the state, and as of now there have only been intermittent visits by a wolf designated as OR-7 over the last few years.

University of Michigan to manage Wayne County Medical Examiners office

At the beginning of this month, the University of Michigan and Wayne County Commission get set to a 3 year deal for school to control the medical examiners office. The contract, which is worth US$ 16.7 million, would heighten forensic operations at office as per to a press release from the nation. The deal goes into effect from 1st October.
Robert Ficano, the Wayne County Executive, told that the brand new deal would further enhance and expand forensic improvements as well as academic programs there – at a lovely benefit to the Wayne County.
Robert Ficano reportedly told that their collaborative partnership with University of Michigan Health System as well as the Medical Examiners Office started in 2011s October, and has resulted in cost savings, enhanced productivity as well as new educational scopes for pathologists.
He further added that the brand new operating arrangement with the U-M would now enable Wayne County Medical Examiners Office to be a premier learning as well as forensic facility with access to advanced laboratory resources and facilities.
The office is one of the fussiest of its kind in the country, with over two thousand and five hundred forensic investigations each year. According to reports, Anatomic Pathology and MLabs at the U-M Department of Pathologys director Jeffrey L. Myers told that they are very much excited when it comes to expanding their relationship with Wayne County.

At the beginning of this month, the University of Michigan and Wayne County Commission get set to a 3 year deal for school to control the medical examiners office. The contract, which is worth US$ 16.7 million, would heighten forensic operations at office as per to a press release from the nation. The deal goes into effect from 1st October.

Robert Ficano, the Wayne County Executive, told that the brand new deal would further enhance and expand forensic improvements as well as academic programs there – at a lovely benefit to the Wayne County.

Robert Ficano reportedly told that their collaborative partnership with University of Michigan Health System as well as the Medical Examiners Office started in 2011s October, and has resulted in cost savings, enhanced productivity as well as new educational scopes for pathologists.

He further added that the brand new operating arrangement with the U-M would now enable Wayne County Medical Examiners Office to be a premier learning as well as forensic facility with access to advanced laboratory resources and facilities.

The office is one of the fussiest of its kind in the country, with over two thousand and five hundred forensic investigations each year. According to reports, Anatomic Pathology and MLabs at the U-M Department of Pathologys director Jeffrey L. Myers told that they are very much excited when it comes to expanding their relationship with Wayne County.

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Mount Shasta: Saturday bout is part of project

Acacia Coates, a Weed High School senior, is serving Jefferson State Roller Derby squad grooms for Saturday nights bout as part of her senior program. Acacia told that competitive sports interest as a way of formulating sportsmanship and to develop you for the actual world. She added that she believe that competitive sports are more positive compared negative, rather than getting things handed to you, in the real world you have to earn what you want.
Acacia feels that playing competitive sports is a good way to learn how to link with others and how to have an aim and work hard to reach it. Even though she could not take part in bouts till she is 18 years old, Acacia is a member of Jefferson State team that is scheduled to arrange Sis-Q Rollerz of Medford Saturday at the Shastice Park in Mount Shasta.
Her job is to ensure all the things is running very smoothly in the event. The doors got open for the bout at 5:30 pm as well as the derby begins at 6 pm.  Tickets are US$ 10 in advance and US$ 12 at door. Regina Weston, the state president of Jefferson, emphasized that it would be a kid friendly event. She added that they are all mothers, as well as their families are very heavily involved in the team.
In an attempt to get younger people excited regarding roller derby the Jefferson State squad is offering special ticket rating to the students. People who would show student ID card at the door could bought a ticket for US$ 5. Kids under ten years and under would be admitted free.

Acacia Coates, a Weed High School senior, is serving Jefferson State Roller Derby squad grooms for Saturday nights bout as part of her senior program. Acacia told that competitive sports interest as a way of formulating sportsmanship and to develop you for the actual world. She added that she believe that competitive sports are more positive compared negative, rather than getting things handed to you, in the real world you have to earn what you want.

Acacia feels that playing competitive sports is a good way to learn how to link with others and how to have an aim and work hard to reach it. Even though she could not take part in bouts till she is 18 years old, Acacia is a member of Jefferson State team that is scheduled to arrange Sis-Q Rollerz of Medford Saturday at the Shastice Park in Mount Shasta.

Her job is to ensure all the things is running very smoothly in the event. The doors got open for the bout at 5:30 pm as well as the derby begins at 6 pm.  Tickets are US$ 10 in advance and US$ 12 at door. Regina Weston, the state president of Jefferson, emphasized that it would be a kid friendly event. She added that they are all mothers, as well as their families are very heavily involved in the team.

In an attempt to get younger people excited regarding roller derby the Jefferson State squad is offering special ticket rating to the students. People who would show student ID card at the door could bought a ticket for US$ 5. Kids under ten years and under would be admitted free.

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Turkish Airlines begins direct flight on the Istanbul-Varna path

Turkish Airlines has started a direct flight service between Varna and Istanbul in Bulgaria, according to a recent release. The flights on Istanbul to Varna to Istanbul route would be operated 4 times a week – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Stefan Ionkov, from the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in India, told that they are delighted with this new flight of Turkish Airlines that is now the shortest connection to Bulgaria as well as the shortest connection to the Bulgarian Black Seaside. He added that he is confident that this new flight would contribute further for the increase of more Indian tourists and corporate groups to travel Bulgaria and enjoy the diverse, different, new, and yet tailored made destination that offers the complete ingredients for an unforgettable MICE or FIT holiday.
Varna is Turkish Airlines 252nd destination on their route network. Varna becomes 2nd city in Bulgaria (after Sofia, the Capital city) where Turkish Airlines operates fourteen flights each week, told Alp Alper, the General Manager of Turkish Airlines, North & East India. He added that they look forward to welcoming more tourists to Bulgaria.
Meanwhile, on Saturday, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan laid the 1st stone for the third airport in Istanbul, a multi billion dollar program expected to make one of the busiest air hubs in the world.

Turkish Airlines has started a direct flight service between Varna and Istanbul in Bulgaria, according to a recent release. The flights on Istanbul to Varna to Istanbul route would be operated 4 times a week – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Stefan Ionkov, from the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in India, told that they are delighted with this new flight of Turkish Airlines that is now the shortest connection to Bulgaria as well as the shortest connection to the Bulgarian Black Seaside. He added that he is confident that this new flight would contribute further for the increase of more Indian tourists and corporate groups to travel Bulgaria and enjoy the diverse, different, new, and yet tailored made destination that offers the complete ingredients for an unforgettable MICE or FIT holiday.

Varna is Turkish Airlines 252nd destination on their route network. Varna becomes 2nd city in Bulgaria (after Sofia, the Capital city) where Turkish Airlines operates fourteen flights each week, told Alp Alper, the General Manager of Turkish Airlines, North & East India. He added that they look forward to welcoming more tourists to Bulgaria.

Meanwhile, on Saturday, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan laid the 1st stone for the third airport in Istanbul, a multi billion dollar program expected to make one of the busiest air hubs in the world.

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