Home Indiana Agriculture News Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for November 28, 2017 Facebook Twitter Windy today with strong southwest winds ramping up to 15-30 mph. Temps should push into the upper 50s to low 60s. Clouds will be building tomorrow as we get closer to our next frontal passage for Thursday. Temps will be slightly lower because of the cloud build, but still will be well above normal for the year. The front arrives Thursday, bringing .05”-.3” of action to about 70% of the state. It will be east of us by evening.We dry back down behind the front for Friday and temperatures remain above normal. A cooler weekend will be in store, with temps rising again on Monday. All 4 days will be dry.Scattered showers move into the state next Tuesday, but will be limited to a few hundredths to .3” over about 70% of the state. This will be likely with a warm front lifting in. Then the big question mark for the entire forecast period comes for next Wednesday and Thursday. We still are looking for a nice cluster of rain and thunderstorms to come out of the southwest, up to a cold frontal boundary into the state. WE are looking for as much as .25”-1” if the thunderstorms can develop. However, models disagree and call for the action to disintegrate. We are leaving our forecast alone at this time. Scattered showers linger in NW flow behind the strong low in Canada for Friday and Saturday of next week, bringing cumulative additional precipitation up to .25”. The map above shows full 10 day precipitation potential, including Thursday’s action and everything for next week.In the extended period, we see mixed clouds and sun for the 10th through the 13th with cooler temps on strong north winds. In fact, we think there is a good chance this will swing the pattern back to below normal for the balance of December. By Hoosier Ag Today – Nov 28, 2017 Previous articleThe Final Harvest Push, FinallyNext articleGiving to the Future of Agriculture on Giving Tuesday Hoosier Ag Today Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for November 28, 2017 Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE
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Pexels Stock Photo.ALBANY – New York State’s Teachers Union is urging state health officials to make mask wearing mandatory in school this fall.In a statement to the media Thursday morning, New York State United Teachers says that current guidance that mandates the use of masks when six feet of social distancing cannot be maintained doesn’t go far enough.“The governor has said — and we agree — that parents and educators must be confident in their school district’s reopening plan in order for this to work,” said Union President Andy Pallotta in a statement. “As we hear of disparate mask procedures and other issues in reopening plans across the state, it’s clear that the state must step in. Making masks mandatory at all times is one step toward helping address the reservations that still exist regarding reopening school buildings.”The union is calling on state leaders to make masks mandatory indoors at all times during the school day, in an effort to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in buildings that reopen for in-person instruction. 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)
In 2019, the Zagreb County recorded 139.720 tourist arrivals, which is 14 percent more than in the same period in 2018 (123.008). The right to support for events important for the tourist offer of Zagreb County can be exercised by public institutions, cities and municipalities, tourist boards and associations of craftsmen who are registered in the Zagreb County and who organize events in its territory. The competition is open until March 10, 2020, and the text of the competition and application forms can be found here, The number of overnight stays also increased by 12 percent, from 205.003 to 229.827.Of the total number of arrivals, 107.821 guests were foreign guests and 31.899 domestic guests. Out of the total number of overnight stays in the Zagreb County, 169.732 overnight stays were realized by foreign guests, and domestic by 60.095 overnight stays. Positive tourism indicators in the last year Funds from the tender can be used to co-finance equipment rental, procurement of working / consumables related to the organization of events, rental of event space, rental of vehicles for the purpose of transport of organizers and contractors related to the organization, accommodation costs, travel costs, promotion costs, services security services and other costs of direct organization of the event. Zagreb County has announced a public tender worth one million kuna for the award of grants to events important for the tourist offer of Zagreb County in 2020. The applicant can apply for and receive grants for a maximum of two events, and the grant can amount to up to 75 percent of the eligible costs of the event for public institutions, cultural institutions, tourist boards and associations of craftsmen. Cities and municipalities can realize from 60 to 100 percent of the project value, depending on the development index of the local self-government unit. Tourists mostly stayed in hotels, household facilities and camps, and according to the organization of arrivals, as many as 75 percent of them came individually, while the other 25 percent came as an agency.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis “When you meet someone you never know how you’re connected to them,” Ken Gembel said.That’s true especially for some who live in Alpena, and in the state of Michigan, but for these two men you could say they are bothers. Although they share no related blood their fathers forever bonded them through World War II.“I started looking into the history of where his father was and where my father was at Omaha Beach on June, 6th 1944 and they were within 100 yards of each other. My dad was from Pennsylvania, and his dad was from Alpena and they are covering each other’s backs and they were brothers in arms serving our country,” Gembel explained.Their special bond all started when Gembel paid a visit to Jimmie Garant’s Party Store for his granddaughter’s fundraiser, ‘Coins for Cops.’ Gembel noticed a wall full of war history and learned that his father and Garant’s father shared identical uniform patches.“Every time he came in we had more stories and as the stories went we got closer, because our fathers were that close during the war,” Garant said.Learning their connection, Gembel reached out to the camp commanders office at Fort Riley, Kansas, the home of the First Infantry Division who were amazed by the story.The division decided to send Gembel a gift for his friend, which led to this Memorial Day special delivery of a U.S. flag, a certificate, and another flag that represents the First Infantry Division.“It was a great surprise and a great honor for my family and my dad and his family that served in WWII,” Garant said. It’s nice to see people out there community minded, and people minded to do something like this. It was very nice of him,” Garant added. So if you were wondering where Garant plans on placing his new certificate? “I’ll find a spot for it,” he finished.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Thunder Bay Film Society Crowdsourcing Cover Art for 2018 Sunrise 45 Film FestivalNext Biggby Coffee Finds a New Home