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) WNY News Now Image.MAYVILLE – Chautauqua County Clerk Larry Barmore says he expects to release more information later this week discussing the reopening status of the County DMV offices to in-person visits. When the offices do open to in-person visits it will be for driver’s license renewals and upgrades and driver’s license testing only. All other transactions will continue by drop box and mail only. Barmore asks that all people coming to the office wear a facemask as proper social distancing is not possible at all times.Barmore adds that effective Monday, June 22nd, the County Clerk’s office in the courthouse in Mayville will be open to the public for all services. Chautauqua is an eFile and eRecord county so I am asking everyone to submit their documents in this manner where possible. He says his office is still accepting mail-in recordings where appropriate.New York State is still prohibiting foreclosures and judgements to be started in his office. The office has limited personnel to help with genealogy research at this time so it is recommended that you first call 753-4857 to make an appointment. The department has two employees out on voluntary furlough because of the county’s expected budget shortage so the office may not be as fast as normal and Barmore asks for your patience.
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Monaco, Principality of Monaco | AFP | Eliud Kipchoge, the first man to run a marathon in less than two hours, and 400 metres hurdles world champion Dalilah Muhammad won the World Athlete of the Year awards on Saturday.Kipchoge, 35, claimed governing body World Athletics’ year-ending prize in Monaco after making history last month when he ran the marathon distance of 42.195 kilometres (26.219 miles) in 1hr 59min 40.2sec.The Olympic champion, who also holds the official world record of 2h01m39sec, won this year’s London marathon in April before his incredible feat in an unofficial event in Vienna.He edged out fellow finalists Joshua Cheptegei (UGA), Sam Kendricks (USA), Noah Lyles (USA) and Warholm (NOR).American Muhammad won her award after a magnificent year that saw her set a world record of 52.20 seconds at the US Trials in Iowa in July — breaking a record that had stood since 2003 — before winning gold at the World Championships in Doha with a new world best time of 52.16sec.Other award winnersMale Rising Star – Selemon BaregaBarega, 19, was the silver medallist in the 5000m at the World Championships, and finished fifth in the senior race at the World Cross Country Championships Aarhus 2019. The Ethiopian also produced world U20 leads at both the 5000m and 10,000m with 12:53.04 and 26:49.46, respectively.Female Rising Star – Yaroslava MahuchikhMahuchikh, the 2017 world U18 champion, continued her ascension into the high jump elite at the World Championships where she twice broke the world U20 record, first with a leap of 2.02m and again with a clearance of 2.04m to secure the silver medal. The 18-year-old also won the European U20 title. Coaching Achievement – Brother Colm O’ConnellDuring a coaching career that has spanned more than four decades, O’Connell, an Irish missionary who has lived in Iten, Kenya, since 1976, has coached 25 world champions and four Olympic gold medallists, including Wilson Kipketer and David Rudisha, the World Athletes of the Year in 1997 and 2010, respectively. Kipketer presented him with his award.Fair Play Award – Braima Suncar DaboDabo, a distance runner from Guinea-Bissau, made headlines around the world after he helped fellow runner, Jonathan Busby of Aruba, to the finish line during their opening round heat of the 5000m at the World Championships. Busby was near collapse with about 200 metres left in the race, when Dabo stopped to help his distressed fellow competitor.Presidents Award – Vikki OrviceOrvice, a long-time British athletics journalist for The Sun, passed away last February after a long battle with cancer. Orvice served as chairperson of the British Athletics Writers Association (BAWA) between 2003 and 2005, the first woman to be appointed the role. She was also vice-chair of the Football Writers Association, one of the directors of Women In Football and a member of the IAAF Press and Media Operations Advisory Group.Woman of the Year – Derartu TuluThe Ethiopian distance running legend who won Olympic 10,000m titles in 1992 and 2000, Tulu has served as acting president of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation since November 2018. She is also a Council member of the African Athletics Confederation and vice president of the East Africa Athletics Region.Athletics Photograph of the Year – Felix Sanchez ArrazolaThe Spanish photographer’s image of a jubilant Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce moments after winning her fourth world 100m title was judged to be the winner from this year’s shortlist of four photographs. Arrazola also won the award in 2019.******Additional reporting IAAF MEDIAShare on: WhatsApp
Facebook12Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic RealtyColdwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty was recently awarded the #1 office for its size by Coldwell Banker.Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty, Inc. of Olympia, WA was recognized by Coldwell Banker as the franchisor’s Number One Office in its size category for the Western Region of the United States. This award celebrates the achievements of the number one producing, independently owned and operated Coldwell Banker® office for each U.S. region within six office size categories. Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty, Inc. achieved this top honor amongst 175 offices throughout 17 states in the western U.S.Upon receiving the news of the award, Ken Anderson, President and owner of Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty, said “this is quite an achievement for our firm. The companies who franchise with Coldwell Banker are leaders in their respective markets. To be at the top of that list is humbling, but also a reflection of the hard work and dedicated service to clients that our 50 real estate brokers and staff display every day.”The company is the longest established, locally owned real estate firm in Thurston County. The firm is the area’s most productive real estate company, with 50 brokers nearly doubling the market share of the second largest firm in Thurston County.“While these types of accolades are nice, they simply reflect our group’s uncompromising dedication to our clients,” Ken shared. “We could not be as successful as we are without the tremendous support we receive from our community of clients.” He went on to explain the company’s mission. “Our goal is to help more people with the important work of buying and selling their most treasured assets – their homes and other real estate. We want to ensure that everyone receives the service they deserve from practiced, dedicated professionals.”For more information, visit Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty.
Facebook2.2kTweet0Pin2 Submitted by Capital City PrideGovernor Inslee receives a Rainbow Flag from Capital City Pride chair Anna Schlecht and volunteer Sarah Vanucci.In recognition of Pride month, Governor Jay Inslee has invited local community members to help him raise a rainbow flag this Friday, June 19 at 2:30 pm at the State flag circle in front of the State Capitol Dome. Participants are encouraged to arrive by 2 p.m., wear Pride shirts and to bring their cameras to capture this historic moment.This historic flag raising signifies the first time a rainbow flag, long the symbol of LGBTQ rights, will be raised at the State Capitol in honor of Pride Month and in honor of Capital City Pride’s PRIDE 25! Celebration. Governor Inslee will address the crowd and then the flag will be raised by Spencer Daniels, a representative of SAGE Olympia, which serves older LGBTQ community members, and Ruben Garza, a youth participant in PIZZA Klatch which supports LGBTQ+ youth in local high schools. Together, they represent the history and the future of the LGBTQ community.“I never thought I’d live to see the day that a rainbow flag was raised at the State Capitol”’ said Anna Schlecht, Capital City Pride chair, “When Capital City Pride was founded in Olympia 25 years ago, we created a logo featuring the Capitol Dome with a rainbow flag as an expression of our hopes and dreams of equality. And now the day has come when our logo becomes reality.”The public is invited to join Governor Inslee and Capital City Pride for this short ceremony at the flag circle, which is located on the state Capitol campus between the Capitol dome and the Temple of Justice.Capital City Pride will celebrate PRIDE 25!, its 25th anniversary of Pride in Olympia starting with the flag raising. Later Friday there will be a kick-off party from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday night, June 19 . The first portion of events will feature live performance, speakers and complimentary cake indoors at the Urban Onion restaurant at 116 Legion Way. This will be followed by an outdoor lighting ceremony at dusk that features the Phlame Crew.The Pride Festival goes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21 at Heritage Park. The Festival will feature Grammy award winner Kimya Dawson and LA based drag performer Alusia along with other performers, a family fun area and many booths.The 25th annual Pride Parade will be Sunday noon to 1 p.m., starting at the State Capitol following a route down Capitol Way, turning left on Legion Way to Heritage Park. These family-friendly events are free and open to the public. Please visit us on Facebook or on the web at www.capitalcitypride.net