Victim in Sunday fire identified

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter By admin – February 20, 2018 Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Local News Twitter Victim in Sunday fire identified Facebook Previous articleDAILY OIL PRICE: Feb. 20Next articleGIRLS SOCCER: Odessa High’s second-half outburst seals victory over Midland Lee admin The victim of the Sunday house fire has been identified by the city spokesperson as 57-year-old Vickie Watson, a fourth grade teacher at Blackshear Elementary School.Odessa Fire Rescue was first called about the house fire around 6 a.m. Sunday in the 3800 block of Springdale Drive.Watson was one of three occupants who lived at the home, Goodson said, and the other two were not harmed by the fire.Goodson said Watson was the only person to perish in the fire, and that the cause of the fire is still under investigation.More CoverageWoman killed in Sunday firelast_img read more

Lagunitas Brewing Company Announces 2019 ‘Live At Lagunitas’ Lineup: Thundercat, STRFKR, Antibalas, More

first_imgPetaluma, CA-based Lagunitas Brewing Company has announced the 2019 schedule for their annual free Live At Lagunitas summer concert series, held at the Petaluma Amphitheatre.The Nor Cal craft brewery will begin their Live At Lagunitas series with a performance by The War & Treaty on May 27th, followed by FIDLAR (6/4); Antibalas (6/18); Thundercat (6/24); The Budos Band (7/9); James McMurtry (8/5); The Nude Party (8/19); Shannon and the Clams (8/26); Man Man (9/3); Newport Folk Festival Presents “Folkin’ Friends” (9/23); Paul Cauthen (9/24); STRFKR (10/1); and Caroline Rose on October 7th.Although the concert series is free, attendees must obtain pre-reserved tickets to enter the concert grounds. Fans can head here for a list of Live At Lagunitas’s performance schedule, ticketing “on-sale” times, and more information.last_img read more

Nothing happens until something is sold

first_img 31SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jeff Schneider Jeff Schneider joined SWBC in 2004 as Account Vice President providing service in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. A graduate of Central Michigan University and The American College, Jeff … Web: www.swbc.com Details Are you a salesperson? Are you involved in sales? Oh, you’re not?  Well, I hate to break it to you, but we are all in sales. Nothing happens until something is sold. Let me repeat that: “nothing happens until something is sold!” Sales has received a bad reputation over the years; perhaps it has been warranted at times. Ask someone how they feel about car salesmen, insurance salesman, or even a kitchen knife salesmen, and you will probably see their nose turn up or a grimace appear on their face. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard,“Oh my goodness, I hate sales!  There is no way I would ever consider selling!”Nothing happens until something is soldIf you’re reading this article on a laptop, desktop computer, hand-held device, iPad or even on paper, someone had to engage in a sales situation to deliver the medium that is allowing you to read these words! Someone had to purchase the technology, services, hardware, and storage space from a salesperson in order to publish this article. Sales was a central component in providing this communication opportunity.I hate to tell you so early in this article, but you are also involved in sales. Each one of us is selling something every day. What are you selling? Think about it; even if you aren’t selling products or services, each day you get up and you sell yourself! You have a monopoly on the market with this product. Wow, what an opportunity to sell! Why did your current employer hire you? You probably did a great job of selling yourself at some point during the interview, right? When you first got your driver’s license, did your parents let you take the car out for the first time because they like you, or did you sell them on the fact you’re trustworthy and would bring it back in the same shape as when you drove off?Each one of us is unique in our own way—your smile, appearance, voice, energy, belief, values, and ability! Every day you’re selling one or more of these traits to someone. “First impression is a lasting impression.” I love that statement. Before you go to bed at night, think about you—and the product of you. How will you deliver and sell yourself tomorrow as you go through your day? The first impression of your product—YOU—with the monopoly you hold in your daily life, should be sold with a passion. Will you advance your personal position based on someone buying your smile, appearance, voice, energy, belief, values and ability?Plan your work, and work your plan! Nothing happens until something is sold. Remember when you start your day to sell your value! If it is your smile, personality or action, sell it! You might not realize it, or maybe you do now, but you’re a salesperson! What a great opportunity you have each day to sell and have a positive impact on your surroundings! Heck, maybe you should consider a sales profession as a career!When it comes to sales, are you a 50s traditionalist or an 80s rockstar? Take our quiz to find out what decade your sales style channels!last_img read more

Gallery: Syracuse dominates Wagner, 62-10

first_imgSyracuse (2-0) destroyed Wagner (1-1), 62-10, Saturday in the Carrier Dome. Syracuse scored within the first 3:13 of the game. Two minutes later, it added another score and the game soon became out of reach for the Seahawks. Last Tuesday, Eric Dungey said that he wanted to “annihilate” Wagner. He followed up by tossing five touchdowns to five different players in a SU win.Here are the best shots from the game. Facebook Twitter Google+ Commentscenter_img Published on September 8, 2018 at 10:00 pm Contact Max: [email protected]last_img

Tiger Woods not ruling out playing at Presidents Cup

first_imgUnited States captain Tiger Woods has not ruled out playing at the Presidents Cup, saying the final decision would be his.Woods will lead USA against the International team in Melbourne in December as they chase an eighth straight Presidents Cup win. Woods has struggled since winning the Masters in April, missing two cuts and withdrawing from the Northern Trust as he failed to qualify for the season-ending Tour Championship.He finished 13th in the Presidents Cup standings for USA, behind the eight qualified players ⁠— Koepka, Thomas, Johnson, Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele, Webb Simpson, Matt Kuchar and Bryson DeChambeau ⁠— and Tony Finau, Gary Woodland, Rickie Fowler and Patrick Reed. BMW Championship: Justin Thomas moves to No. 1 in FedEx Cup standings after win Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas and Dustin Johnson headline a star-studded USA outfit, but Woods may yet choose himself as a captain’s pick.”My job as the captain is to put together the best team possible and try and put together the best 12 guys,” the 15-time major champion told reporters Monday. Related Newscenter_img Tiger Woods on missing Tour Championship: ‘I’ll be watching the guys on TV’ “That’s what I’m trying to do. We’ll be going through the whole process of having open communication with our top eight guys and my vice-captains.For Captain @TigerWoods pic.twitter.com/l9dZiXeC7a— Presidents Cup (@PresidentsCup) August 18, 2019″That is something that we will certainly talk about, whether I should play or not play. Ultimately, it’s going to be my call whether I do play or not as the captain.”But I want to have all of their opinions before that decision is made.”last_img read more