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January 1, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgGovernor Peter Shumlin on Wednesday will take part in the Agency of Transportation’s ‘Safety Day’ events, which include a golf cart texting course, a vehicle rollover crash display, and more. Date: May 18, 2011Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.Location: The National Life campus; Montpelier The day will be filled with safety demonstrations, exhibits, information and presentations, reminding employees and the public that safety is integral VTrans’ mission, and also the responsibility of every individual to be informed and to stay ‘focused of safety.’  Initiated by Vtrans employees, and working in partnership with partner Agencies from the Governor’s Highway Safety program to Department of Public Safety, the day will feature demonstrations throughout the National Life campus, as well as activities to education and inform, including: Golf Cart Texting Course:  On the top deck of the parking garage (the end nearest the building) will be an obstacle course set up for drivers to navigate utilizing a golf cart.  Drivers will navigate the course both with, and without, trying to text a predetermined message on their cell phone.  This course has been successfully used throughout the state in recent years and is intended to demonstrate the dangers associated with texting while driving.  The course will be available all day, but is weather dependant. Driving Simulator:  The VT Police Academy will be providing the driving simulator used by the academy to train law enforcement officials in various types of real life driving scenarios.  The simulator is housed in a trailer which will be available for you to participate in (or just observe) on the top deck of the garage. Rollover Display:  The Rollover is a real life simulation of a vehicle in a rollover crash.  It is a reminder of the tragic outcome that is often realized when a passenger in an automobile is unbuckled during a crash.  Members of the law enforcement community will be with us throughout the day to provide this demonstration.  The demonstration will be located on the top deck of the parking garage, and is weather dependant. Car Seat Safety Check:  We are pleased that several child car seat specialists will be joining us to inspect child car seats and their installation.  There will be a table with information set up in the North Lobby and the safety seat checks will take place on the top deck of the parking garage (the end farthest from the building).  The inspections will be on a first come first serve basis and it will be a ‘drive through’ model.  Simply drive up and park at the inspection station.  There will be enough space to accommodate 2 or 3 cars at a time. Motorcycle Safety:  The Department of Motor Vehicles will be here to discuss the ins and outs of motorcycle safety.  Their exhibit will be located on the top deck of the parking garage, and will be staffed throughout the day.  If the weather turns bad, this exhibit will be moved to the 4th floor of the parking garage. Fire Extinguisher Training:  The OPS Safety Section will be using a fire extinguisher simulator to offer training on how to use a fire extinguisher.  This training will benefit you in your home or in the office environment.  This training will be offered throughout the day on a first come first serve basis, and will be located on the top deck of the parking garage.  If the weather turns bad, this training will move to the 4th floor of the parking garage. Poisonous Plants:  The OPS Environmental Section will have an exhibit on the top deck of the parking garage to show and discuss different types of poisonous plants that you many encounter when working in the field.  They will be available to answer questions and offer advice.  If the weather turns bad, this exhibit will move to the 4th floor of the parking garage. Each year nearly 80 people are killed and several hundred people are severely injured in thousands of highway crashes throughout the state.  These crashes can be avoided.  Poor choices on the highway are the leading cause of crashes.last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Published on April 14, 2015 at 9:20 pm Contact Matt: mcschnei@syr.edu | @matt_schneidman Hobart’s student section erupted when the Statesmen scored with eight minutes left in the third quarter. Syracuse’s contingent stood slowly and sarcastically golf-clapped back.It was the visitors’ first goal of the game. At that point, the Orange had 15.“Perfect storm, really,” Hobart head coach Greg Raymond said, “… and a combination of us playing very poorly and (Syracuse) being a very good team.”Seven different Syracuse players scored before halftime, at which point the Orange had a 12-0 lead. By the end, SU ended up using three goalies, six faceoff men and got goals from 10 different players. It was all-around domination, as No. 4 Syracuse (9-2, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) blew by Hobart (7-4, 4-0 Northeastern), 18-5, to capture the Kraus-Simmons Trophy on Senior Night in the Carrier Dome in front of 2,477 fans on Tuesday night.“We got through a little bit of senioritis in the first part of the first quarter,” SU head coach John Desko said, “… and I think our guys came alive and did what we wanted to do tonight in all facets of the game.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn somewhat of a tease to start, Ben Williams lost the opening faceoff. But any doubt of what was to follow was put to rest shortly thereafter. Dylan Donahue scored the 100th goal of his career to start the onslaught, and Hakeem Lecky and Nick Weston followed suit.Sixteen seconds after a Hobart fan urged her section to stand up, Kevin Rice made the score 6-0, and the fan slouched back down into her seat.It was early in the second quarter, and the energy was already drained from the Statesmen on and off the field before the game could even gain any traction.“Yeah definitely, there was a bit of nerves at the beginning of the game,” Hobart freshman Christopher Willman said.SU defender Brandon Mullins picked up a ground ball and ran into the attacking half after extending his stick to evade four defenders. Hobart’s Cooper Stefaniak fired a shot that was deflected almost 20 yards above the net. Willman tried a cross-field pass to Grant Soucy under no pressure, but the ball sailed out of bounds.“We got back to playing the way we want to play: fast, slide hard, recover quickly,” SU defender Jay McDermott said. “Team defense is our main concept and I thought we got back to that and played a good game today.”Hobart students, now drained, started chanting “safety school” at Syracuse players. Willman was called for an unnecessary roughness penalty after checking J.T. Forkin after a play was blown dead. Raymond, irate, screamed toward the field after his team was called for a violation after a faceoff.Syracuse’s rotation of fourth-line midfielders and second-line attacks was now in full swing, and even junior Brenny Daly scored the second goal of his career, while Ryan Simmons — who scored twice for the trophy named after his great-grandfather — got on the board.“We thought we had the game,” Desko said. “I mean, the attack came out with I think 12-something on the clock in the third quarter.”As if it wasn’t already doing so, Syracuse coasted to the fourth-quarter buzzer.It finished the game with 26 more shots than Hobart. Nate Farrell became the first true freshman to play in a regular-season game. And even a walk-on took a faceoff for SU.Hobart went on a mini-run in the waning minutes, but by that time it was far, far too late.“We needed a spark from somebody,” Raymond said. “Basically our entire personnel could’ve played a little bit better.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

August 26, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgWalton has often called on Young to elevate his defensive play and ensure consistent ball movement, and he has listened. Former Lakers coach Byron Scott often preached those same tenets to Young the previous two seasons without as much success. While Young averaged a combined 10.35 points on only 35.26 percent shooting under Scott, Young often found Scott’s feedback offputting. He disliked Scott for frequently criticizing him publicly, making a big deal over his goofy personality and fining him for arriving late for pre-game warmups.“He’s a players’ coach,” Young said of Walton. “He knows how to relate to players. He’s not stuck in his ways. He doesn’t hold grudges.”Instead, Walton has found Lakers forward Julius Randle and Young as the most receptive thus far toward handling constructive criticism.“You just got to talk to Nick. You got to be honest with him when you see him messing around and encourage him to be him,” Walton said. “I just point out what he’s doing, whether it’s good or bad. Then he normally is pretty good at correcting himself.”Kicking itThe visit to Portland usually meant Walton would visit the city’s Nike store. Unlike what happened during his 11-year NBA career, Walton abstained from making the trip this time around.“It was zero degrees outside,” Walton said. “I love the city of Portland, but I did not leave the hotel once.” PORTLAND >> The moments have become running gags between Lakers coach Luke Walton and guard Nick Young.“I joke with him when I see him running out the door and ask if he got his shots in,” Walton said, chuckling. “At first, he tried to lie. Now he just says, ‘No’ and keeps on moving.”Young sounded equally amused with the exchanges.“I’ll say, ‘My bad,’” Young said, smiling. “He knows when I’m trying to slack off.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Walton has cut Young some slack about some of his work because of his recently strong play. Walton has also consistently engaged Young, asking for improvement without making him feel disrespected.The Lakers entered Thursday’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers at Moda Center with Young averaging 14.8 points while shooting 47.7 percent from the field and 44.9 percent from 3-point range. He ranks sixth overall in the NBA in 3-point shooting, and has shot 56 percent from the perimeter in the last nine games.“With the way Nick shoots, I don’t need to tell him to stay after,” Walton said. “He stays after every practice and gets his shot up. But after shootaround, he gets out as soon as it’s over. But he’s shooting the ball at a pretty high level.”Walton has hardly allowed Young to do as he pleases, though.“He’s been on me and demands a lot,” Young said of Walton. “I take that as him being confident in me. A coach believes in you and wants you to do all these things that you’re not used to a coach telling you to do.”last_img read more