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first_imgHeather Cook sentenced to seven years in prison Rector Bath, NC November 15, 2015 at 12:32 am When we use absolutes, we are almost always wrong. They should be avoided if only for accuracy of speech/writing. Often they are also inflammatory (in this case not so much, but in general). Few incidents are “wholly” predictable; in this instance, many people behave the same way she did and have no incident and do not hurt or kill anyone; this in itself negates the “wholly” predictable statement. The “entirely avoidable” tragedy phrase is similar in nature. It clearly was a tragedy. She clearly could have minimized the possibility by behaving responsibly. Was it “entirely avoidable” in any set of circumstances? The absolutes would lead one to believe the answer is no. In no way can she be (legally) absolved of her responsibility for the tragedy. But neither can we when we use statements of an absolute nature, which can inflame attitudes and are generally inaccurate. I think most of us can do better if we think about what we are saying/writing. October 29, 2015 at 3:12 pm You are using incorrect language to describe this criminal event. This was not an “accident”. Please look it up. I don’t mean to imply that she intended to hit or kill. However, by driving drunk, by texting while driving, her crash was wholly predictable. A crash by someone drunk and texting is entirely expected. There is more than apparent fault in this case. This was not an act of God, this what an entirely avoidable tragedy. And if you hang your hat on “she didn’t intend to…”, then consider this; she intended to drink, she intended to drink and drive, she intended to break the law, she intended to text while driving drunk, and she intended to endanger the rest of us by doing these things. Please don’t use language that insults the victim. This was not an “accident”. Featured Events Press Release Service Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Youth Minister Lorton, VA Rick Spring says: TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Rector Tampa, FL Rector Washington, DC Submit an Event Listing Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Comments (6) Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem November 8, 2015 at 7:23 pm There seems to be lack of information as to what happens when a person goes to prison. First of all there is a period of time which varies after admission in which visiting is very limited if at all. Secondly: the hours for visiting in Maryland are quite limited, only Thursday – Sunday on certain dates for an hour or less usually in a public room except for lawyers.Third: prisoners have to list the people they want to visit, even clergy cannot just wander in at will. The prisoners are expected to work on a daily basis as well.Prisons do have chaplains who provide pastoral care on a nondenominational basis. Rector Martinsville, VA Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Rector Hopkinsville, KY Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Selena Smith says: Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ October 31, 2015 at 10:30 pm Legally she was convicted of manslaughter and three other charges, meaning it was not pre-meditated, and she was sentenced according to the law by the judge for the crime(s). I wonder which clergy of the Episcopal Church are visiting her since the Episcopal Church claims in its worship and its policies to be there in for those who are poor, orphaned, widowed, disabled, in prison, etc. ? Maybe most are at the Installation of the next Presiding Bishop? Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group [Episcopal News Service] Former Episcopal Diocese of Maryland Bishop Suffragan Heather Cook was sentenced Oct. 27 to seven years in prison for causing the Dec. 27, 2014 death of a Baltimore father of two.Cook had pleaded guilty Sept. 8 to automobile manslaughter and three other criminal charges for causing the car-bicycle accident in suburban Baltimore that killed bicyclist Thomas Palermo, a 41-year-old software engineer at Johns Hopkins Hospital who also built custom bike frames.The charges included driving the car that struck Palermo while having nearly three times the legal limit of alcohol in her blood system, texting while driving and then leaving the scene of the accident. She was originally accused of 13 charges relating to the fatal accident.Judge Timothy Doory sentenced Cook after testimony about the impact of Palermo’s death from his mother, wife and sisters-in-law, according to the Baltimore Sun newspaper.Cook addressed the Palermo family after their testimony. “I am so sorry for the grief and the agony I have caused,” she said, according to the Sun. “This is my fault. I accept complete responsibility.”Attorneys for Cook and the Palermo family said during the hearing that they had resolved any civil liability arising out of the fatal accident.At the end of the hearing Cook was handcuffed and taken into custody. She had been free on $2.5 million bail since being charged October 31, 2015 at 10:32 pm I agree with Mr. Larson 100 percent. I conduct an outpatient substance abuse program through my private practice,one of the points that is constantly being pointed out to the patients in the program is that they chose to drink or do drugs. Once they made that choice, they then chose the consequences for that behavior. None of them intended to get caught while drinking and driving or get caught while doing drugs and driving, but once they got behind the wheel of their car while impaired, they are also responsible for the consequences of that choice. I agree that this was not an accident, she chose to drive and text while impaired, to give her only 7 years for killing someone is a slap in the face for people like me who work diligently trying to get people who drive while impaired to accept the responsibility of their actions and get them off the road. With a sentence of only 7 years you set substance abuse programs back into the dark ages. 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first_img Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest A Donegal Pharmacist is calling on all the county’s TDs and Councillors to contest the possibility of a hard border between the north and south in the wake of the Brexit vote.There has been on-going concern in Donegal about the impact of Britain’s decision to leave the EU will have on border regions.Tom Murray is the Head of the Donegal branch of Border Communities Against Brexit.He says Northern Irelands decision to remain within the EU must be respected:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/tomurray.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Homepage BannerNews Google+ Donegal Pharmacist says Brexit could be devastating for the countycenter_img 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook By admin – September 29, 2016 Previous articleUpdate: Gardai happened upon fire in Letterkenny and begun evacuating apartment blockNext articleGarda Commissioner urged to maintain personnel in Letterkenny Drugs Unit admin Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

first_imgThe Academic Council approved the College of Science’s proposal to create the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics (DACMS) in its meeting Thursday. The new department will begin its programs for undergraduate and graduate students in the Fall 2010 semester, according to Gregory Crawford, dean of the College of Science.Crawford said the new department will work closely with the existing Department of Mathematics and with other departments across campus.“Statistics is so important in all disciplines,” he said.The new department was created in part to enhance the emphasis on statistics at the University, Crawford said.“We were trying to figure out how to get more statistics at Notre Dame,” he said. “If you look at [the U.S. News and World Report rankings of universities for undergraduate education], 15 of the top 20 schools have at least one statistics department. We had to do something.”Although the new department will be the first to concentrate entirely on applied mathematics and statistics at the University, it will not bring an entirely new field of study to Notre Dame.“Applied mathematicians at Notre Dame already do a lot of statistics and computational modeling,” Crawford said. “By creating a statistics department, we’re expanding on the applied mathematics and computation already going on.”Creating DACMS will not significantly affect the existing Department of Mathematics, Crawford said.“Both departments will be very well resourced,” he said.According to Crawford, the new department will have an interdisciplinary research and teaching focus.“Since statistics is so important in all disciplines, as the department starts to grow, the new department will cooperate with other departments,” he said.He cited offering statistics courses that are geared to social science, engineering and biology majors as areas in which the new department will affect undergraduates in other disciplines.Crawford said he expects DACMS to remain a relatively small department but said it will have a high number of faculty members who have joint or concurrent appointments in other departments.The planned size of the new department is consistent with statistics departments at other universities, Crawford said.“[Statistics departments] tend to be very collaborative and do more interdisciplinary work,” he said. “[DACMS] will work with other departments and colleges to hire jointly with them.”Graduate students in the new department will have a unique role that is consistent will the department’s interdisciplinary mission. Instead of only serving as teaching assistants, graduate students will also serve as collaborative assistants (CAs).CAs will be available to assist faculty members and graduate students from other departments and colleges with the statistical elements of their research.“This will stimulate the cross-disciplinary research that’s going on at Notre Dame,” Crawford said. “It’s very exciting for [the College of] Science to offer this to the other colleges on campus.”The new department will sponsor its own major in applied and computational mathematics and statistics. Students who graduate with an undergraduate degree from DACMS will have graduate school options in diverse fields, including economics, sociology, psychology, engineering and science, Crawford said.Alumni of the program will also have options in the private sector.“It’s a very applied degree, so industry is looking for applied mathematicians and statisticians, as are hospitals,” Crawford said. “Most companies are looking for people with computational savvy.”Crawford said creating the new department does not affect the College of Science’s commitment to the Department of Mathematics.“The investment is going into the new department and the existing mathematics department,” he said. “It’s very important that both departments grow together.“We have an excellent mathematics department here.”last_img read more

first_img Associated Press May 19, 2020 Wambach said the fall-to-spring season provides most of the alley’s revenue. But the business has been closed since March and summer leagues usually start in April, so the business’s 91-year-old owner decided the time was right to close for good.Candlepin bowling was invented in Worcester in 1880, according to the International Candlepin Bowling Association, and the city once had more than 25 alleys. ___Russian soccer club Dynamo Moscow says a player and a coach have tested positive for the coronavirus and samples from four others gave atypical results.Dynamo says defender Roman Evgeniev was found to be positive in recent testing ahead of the league’s planned return next month. The club also says a goalkeeping coach had been diagnosed earlier. The club says he hasn’t had contact with other employees since early April. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The Belmont Stakes will be run June 20 on Long Island in front of no fans as the first leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown. The New York Racing Association unveiled the new Belmont date Tuesday morning. This is the first year the Belmont will take place before the Kentucky Derby and Preakness. The Derby was moved to Sept. 5 and the Preakness to Oct. 3.The rescheduled Belmont will be 1 1/8 miles instead of the race’s trademark 1 1/2-mile distance that has been in place since 1926. It was last contested at a 1 1/8 mile in 1894.___The last candlepin bowling alley in the Massachusetts city where the sport was invented is closing, and management says the coronavirus pandemic is to blame. Colonial Bowling Center in Worcester is shuttering for good, manager Paul Wambach told The Telegram & Gazette on Monday evening. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner showed up for medical tests with the Serie A leaders.Ronaldo observed a two-week isolation period at his home in Turin after spending the lockdown period in his native Portugal.Ronaldo has not been alongside his teammates since helping Juventus to a 2-0 win over Inter Milan on March 8. He flew to his home island of Madeira, Portugal, after that.Serie A was suspended a day later when the Italian government ordered a nationwide lockdown. The league is hoping to resume playing on June 13.___ Two other unnamed people from the club gave “borderline” results in tests and another two had antibodies which indicated they had COVID-19 in the past.The Russian league plans to return on June 21.Rubin Kazan said Monday that defender Konstantin Pliev had tested positive for the virus but was “feeling fine.” Lokomotiv Moscow said last week that Peru forward Jefferson Farfan gave a positive sample and had symptoms including a cough, fatigue and fever.___The Premier League says six people from three clubs have tested positive for the coronavirus following the first round of checks. Málaga says the measure is one of many being taken to “ease the difficult economic situation it is experiencing.” It says the “restructuring” is needed to ensure its sustainability.The club did not say which employees will be fired. The team is in 15th place in the second-division standings.___The German basketball league plans to finish its season next month in a closed three-week tournament.Ten teams will live in Munich and play at the Audi Dome without fans or contact with the outside world. The league’s seven other teams will not take part and their season will be declared finished. Each team will be allowed to bring 22 people to live in hotels closed to the public. Games will be played at the venue which hosted the basketball tournament at the 1972 Olympics.The plan was approved by the government of the state of Bavaria.League president Alexander Reil says the tournament offers “a certain return to normality” with strong health safeguards amid the coronavirus pandemic. The league has not played since March 8.___French soccer’s awards ceremony has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Inter Milan will play a series of friendlies next year to raise money for medical facilities in Italy and Spain.The three round-robin games have been dubbed the “European Solidarity Cup” and thousands of medical staff and carers will get tickets for their work fighting the coronavirus pandemic.Dates for the games will be set when the calendar for 2021 is clear and fans are allowed back into stadiums.___Cristiano Ronaldo has reported back to Juventus’ training center after a 10-week absence. The country’s players’ union says it will not be presenting trophies for the best players and coaches in the top two divisions of men’s soccer and the women’s first division.The union says the time is not right for “individual awards during this crisis period” and that the winners’s list will be left blank for 2020 in tribute to the medical staff “at the service of our society.”The awards were initially scheduled to be held last weekend.___Manchester United says it will refund fans with season tickets for the games they won’t be able to attend during the coronavirus pandemic. The Premier League season was suspended in March with United fifth in the standings. United has four home games left.The club wrote to season ticket holders to say “we share your disappointment that you will not be able to watch United in person from within the stadium, but we would encourage you to give your continued loyal support from the comfort and safety of your home.”Clubs are pushing to be allowed to play at their usual stadiums rather than in neutral venues as the police wanted.United is asking fans for their “co-operation not to travel to any stadiums at which we are playing on matchdays.”___ Tests were conducted on 748 players and club staff on Sunday and Monday.The league has not disclosed the names of the individuals who tested positive. They must self-isolate for seven days.___Spanish soccer club Málaga says it plans to fire some employees to improve its financial situation amid the coronavirus pandemic.The second-division club’s finances have been overseen by a public administrator since a judge replaced Qatari club owner Sheikh Abdullah Al Thani in February. The Latest: Belmont Stakes to run without fans on June 20 More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more

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