Accused all well known to law enforcement

first_img 1 of 2 Twitter Pinterest Fruit Salad to Die ForHawaiian Roll Ham SlidersVirgin Coco MojitoPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends WhatsApp Twitter Top row from left: David Dearick, Eddie Barnes, Jose Ramirez, Jennifer Rogers. Bottom row from left: Michael Silvas, Mikel Stegall, Wesley Dickenson. Previous articleCity of Odessa fights release of new Long complaintNext articlePermian Basin Drilling Report: Mar. 1 – Mar. 7 admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Police searching for man connected to hit and run Helen McNeal received a message from her son, Fred McNeal, on the night of Aug. 14 last year telling her he wanted to come home. After a short voice call, he told his mother he couldn’t talk right now and he would call her back later.But Helen McNeal said he never did call back. Ector County Sheriff’s Office officials believe it was that night that her son was kidnapped by seven people who assaulted and sexually assaulted the 26-year-old man before he died. He was later buried in a shallow grave in northwest Ector County.McNeal was first reported missing by his sister in September last year, and his body was recovered by Ector County deputies a month later after a cooperating source led deputies to McNeal’s buried body.After several months of interviews and interrogation, ECSO issued capital murder charges, a capital felony, against seven people believed to be involved in the death of Fred McNeal: Jose Ramirez, Jennifer Rogers, Wesley Dickenson, Michael Silvas, Mikel Stegall Jr., Eddie Barnes, and David Dearick. Fred McNealcenter_img “I pray every day that God gives me a sweet attitude when I go in front of these people,” Helen McNeal said. “They took my son away from a little girl.”Helen McNeal said her son had a 2-year-old daughter, Violet McNeal, who is with her mother. Fred McNeal had a prior history of methamphetamine use, Helen McNeal said, and added she fears what led to his death may have been drug-related.Fred McNeal had been out of prison for a couple of months, his mother said, he had been convicted of violating probation due to possessing a prohibited weapon. She said her son told her he was going to Odessa from Abilene for reasons she was unsure of, and a few weeks later he was reported missing.A probable cause affidavit states that the seven people who are charged kidnapped McNeal and took him to a travel trailer in the 1800 block of South Shawnee Trail. There, McNeal was reportedly assaulted, and the suspects reportedly used a solid object to penetrate his anus before he died in their custody.Sheriff Mike Griffis described it as a “brutal, gruesome crime” and called it the worst crime he has seen in his history in law enforcement.Griffis said he is unsure as to the exact relationship between all of the individuals, or of the relationship Fred McNeal had with any of them, but said he believes McNeal’s death may have been drug-related.“Some of these individuals are known drug users and abusers, but we haven’t identified a motive yet for sure,” Griffis previously said.McNeal’s Facebook profile shows Stegall, Dearick and Rogers on his friends list. Several of the suspects charged also have each other listed as friends on their Facebook profiles as well.The seven charged are familiar faces to many law enforcement officials, Griffis said, each one of them having a substantial record of felony and misdemeanor charges.Michael Silvas is the most notable of the seven, as this is the second capital murder charge he will be tried for after he was charged with capital murder in the shooting death of Ryan Stebbins in January along with Johnny Aguirre, who was also charged with capital murder.The seven have lengthy records of everything from burglary to dumping to possession. Here’s a look at their records:JOSE ARMANDO RAMIREZ:Convicted of unregistered vehicle and driving while license invalid in 2014.Convicted of burglary of habitation, a second-degree felony, in 2005.JENNIFER ROGERS:Charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, a class C misdemeanor, in Feb. 2018.Charged with theft of a firearm, a state jail felony, in 2016, but was dismissed.Convicted of possession of a controlled substance in 2016.Convicted of speeding in 2013.Rogers’ ex-husband said it was hard to believe when he heard the news of her being charged with capital murder. He said he still talks to her occasionally and she had never mentioned anything about the case to him.“I was sitting at home and my step-sister left me a message,” he said. “You can’t miss Jennifer; I spit my drink halfway across the living room.”He said Rogers had gone through hard times in her life.WESLEY DICKENSON:Convicted of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, a third-degree felony, in January 2018.Convicted of burglary of habitation in 1987.MICHAEL SILVAS:Charged with capital murder in January 2018.Convicted of illegal dumping, a class B misdemeanor, in 2016.Convicted of forgery, a state jail felony, in 2013.Convicted of stealing or receiving a stolen check, a class A misdemeanor, in 2013.Convicted of two counts of driving while license invalid in 2011.Convicted of operating a motor vehicle without financial responsibility in 2011.MIKEL STEGALL JR.:Charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon in 2017.EDDIE BARNES:Convicted of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon in 2015.Convicted of theft of aluminum, a state jail felony, in 2012Convicted of theft of property, a class A misdemeanor, in 2011.DAVID DEARICK:Convicted of accident involving damage to vehicle, a class B misdemeanor, in February 2018.Convicted of theft of property in January 2018.Convicted of theft, a class B misdemeanor, in 2017.Convicted of theft of property in 2017.Charged with possession of drug paraphernalia in 2017.Convicted of two counts of unauthorized use of a vehicle, a state jail felony, in 2015.All are now charged with capital murder. The charge is capital murder because the victim died during the commission of other crimes including aggravated kidnapping and aggravated sexual assault. Should any of the seven be found guilty, they would be sentenced to either life in prison or death. Facebook Top row from left: David Dearick, Eddie Barnes, Jose Ramirez, Jennifer Rogers. Bottom row from left: Michael Silvas, Mikel Stegall, Wesley Dickenson. Facebook WhatsApp By admin – March 11, 2018 Pinterest Home Local News Crime Accused all well known to law enforcement Local NewsCrime Accused all well known to law enforcement Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death last_img read more

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Hop into spring with fun run

first_img Facebook Twitter By admin – March 25, 2018 Previous articleGEEK: Multiple, varied failed updates attempts may signal corrupt files or other issuesNext articleMATTER OF RECORD: Mar. 15 through Mar. 23 admin What: Bunny Hop 5K Run.When: Check-in/registration at 8 a.m. Saturday.Where: UTPB Park, E. Loop 338 and Highway 191.Cost: $10 16-up, children 15-under free.More information: Register at tinyurl.com/ydcaoybg Local News WhatsApp Odessa Parks and Recreation logo Easter is just one week away, and with Easter comes Odessa’s annual Easter Spring Fling, complete with a 5K fun run, an Easter egg hunt, and an appearance by Peter Cottontail.The event, hosted by Odessa Parks and Recreation, will kick off at 8 a.m. Saturday at UTPB Park near East Loop 338 and Highway 191 with check-ins and registrations for the annual Bunny Hop 5K Run, which begins at 9 a.m.“The 5K is just to get people out and active and enjoy the spring and the air,” Recreation and Special Events Coordinator Cori Branscrum said.The 5K Run is called a fun run, meaning there’s no time or prize for finishing first. Everyone who finishes the run will receive a t-shirt and candy at the end. Peter Cottontail will also be running, or hopping, alongside the participants.Registration for the event is $10 for anyone 16 or older and children 15 and under can register for free.After the 5K Run, children will be able to participate in the city’s annual Easter egg hunt at 11 a.m. Saturday. There will be thousands of items to give away and a few prizes. Anyone who finds golden eggs in the soccer fields containing golden tickets, which can be exchanged for special goodie baskets.The hunt is free, and there will also be a photo opportunity for anyone who wants to have their picture taken with Peter Cottontail.Following the hunt, there will be face painting and food until the event ends at 12:30 p.m.If You Go WhatsAppcenter_img Hop into spring with fun run Pinterest What: Community Easter Egg Hunt.When: 11 a.m. Saturday.Where: UTPB Park Soccer Fields, E. Loop 338 and Highway 191.Cost: Free. Twitter If You Go Pinterest Facebooklast_img read more

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Administrative Professionals Luncheon and Style Show

first_img WhatsApp Twitter By admin – April 21, 2018 Pinterest Local News WhatsApp Facebook Pilot Club of Odessa FacebookThe Pilot Club of Odessa’s Administrative Professionals Luncheon and Style Show has been scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday in Building G at Ector County Coliseum, 4201 Andrews Highway.Lunch will be catered by the Odessa Chuck Wagon Gang. Style show fashions provided by Kirby’s Kloset, and emceed by Tatum Hubbard.Proceeds will benefit Ector County Project Lifesaver, Meals on Wheels, West Texas Cancer Center “Look Good, Feel Good” Shop, Texas Traumatic Brain Injury Camp and Hard Hats for Little Heads.Tickets are $35 each. Tables can be purchased for $500 (seats eight).For more information or tickets, email Jaye Nabarrette at [email protected]center_img Facebook Pilot Club of Odessa Twitter Pinterest Administrative Professionals Luncheon and Style Show Previous articleMark Tenniswood Volunteer of the Year AwardNext articleELDER: Why is Facebook groveling before lawmakers? adminlast_img read more

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Hospital board to discuss Family Health Clinic agreements

first_imgECHD meeting agendas. Hospital board to discuss Family Health Clinic agreements Roy Perkins, left, of God’s Way engages in a video conference with Richard Llanez using an app called Zoom on Wednesday in his home. Perkins uses Zoom to connect with an audience and speaks about the Holy Bible. As Ector County Hospital District gets ready for a site visit this month, the board will discuss several agreements related to the Family Health Clinic today during their regular meeting.The board will meet at 5:30 p.m. today in the board room of Medical Center Hospital, 500 W. Fourth St.Ron Griffin, chief legal counsel for Medical Center Health System, said Monday in an email the Family Health Clinic is expecting a Health Resources and Services Administration operational Federally Qualified Health Center site visit May 22.“These agreements were already in place, but they have been updated,” Griffin said in the email, adding that the updates are also for the purpose of the site visit.Agreements related to the clinic include:A physician service affiliation agreement between ECHD and the Family Health ClinicA co-applicant agreement between ECHD and the Family Health Clinic, andAn administrative, equipment, facility and personnel agreement between ECHD, the clinic and MCH ProCare.All three agreements all relate to affiliation/service type arrangements. They establish provider services, ancillary services and administrative services by and between ECHD, FHC and ProCare, Griffin said.The board may also meet in executive session Tuesday to discuss an update on settlement documents in Meisell et al. v. ECHD et al, deliberate negotiations for health care services and deliberate exchange, lease or value of real property.IN OTHER BUSINESSThe board will also discuss or consider the following items:A legislative update from Rep. Brooks Landgraf, R-Odessa.An 1115 Waiver report update.A quarterly marketing report.An interlocal agreement/request to sell property.A resolution related to pledging assets to replace loan guarantee on Texas Healthcare Linen.A fair market rent assessment on properties owned/operated by ECHD prepared by Advanced Valuation Systems, Inc.More Information WhatsApp Facebook Previous articleOC board to discuss baseball field demolition, transition to schoolsNext articleNew program seeks art for City Hall admin Local NewsGovernment Pinterestcenter_img Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter By admin – May 1, 2018 Twitterlast_img read more

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Midland motorcyclist dies in two-vehicle collision

first_imgLocal News WhatsApp Facebook Midland motorcyclist dies in two-vehicle collision WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Twittercenter_img TAGS  Previous articleDAILY OIL PRICE: December 30Next articleOAT12xx20_PotholeWildart Digital AIM Web Support By Digital AIM Web Support – December 30, 2020 DPS Logo A 28-year-old motorcyclist died in a two-vehicle collision in Midland County. The reported fatal collision happened at 3:57 p.m. Tuesday on Business Interstate 20 about a quarter of a mile east of Midland, a Texas Department of Public Safety press release stated. Coleman B. Ewing, 28, of Midland was reportedly traveling on a 2016 Indian motorcycle, while Steven B. Paz, 54, of Odessa was driving a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 3500. The Silverado was traveling west on Business Interstate 20 approaching San Andres Drive, while the motorcycle was also traveling west behind the truck, the press release stated. The Silverado reportedly slowed down to make a left turn and the motorcycle failed to control its speed and collided into the rear of the truck. Ewing was reportedly pronounced dead at the scene and he wasn’t wearing a helmet. Paz was uninjured and was wearing a seatbelt. Pinterest Facebooklast_img read more

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The Hartford Named A Best Place To Work For LGBTQ Equality For 13th Year

first_img Facebook Pinterest Pinterest Local NewsBusiness HARTFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– The Hartford has received a perfect score of 100 percent on the 2021 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), the nation’s foremost benchmarking survey and report measuring corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. This marks the 13th year The Hartford has received this recognition. “We are proud of our long history of supporting and advocating for the LGBTQ community,” said Lori Rodden, chief human resources officer at The Hartford. “At The Hartford, we want employees to bring all the elements of who they are to work — their backgrounds, cultures, experiences, passions and interests. Receiving this recognition again is a testament to our continued focus on sustaining a workplace where every employee is empowered to engage and contribute to the company’s long-term success.” The company has a long-standing commitment to engaging in LGBTQ advocacy. PRIDE, which was founded in 1996 and was the first of the company’s nine employee resource groups, champions the growth and development of its members by providing the company with a center of expertise for LGBTQ awareness, networking and business practices. For more information, visit http://thehartford.com/our-company/diversity. The 2021 CEI evaluates companies based on a list of detailed criteria falling under four central pillars: non-discrimination policies across business entities; equitable benefits for LGBTQ workers and their families; supporting an inclusive culture; and corporate social responsibility. The Hartford’s efforts in satisfying all of the CEI’s criteria results in a 100 percent ranking and the designation as a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality. For more information on the 2021 Corporate Equality Index, or to download a free copy of the report, visit www.hrc.org/cei. About The Human Rights Campaign Foundation The Human Rights Campaign Foundation is the educational arm of America’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people. HRC envisions a world where LGBTQ people are embraced as full members of society at home, at work and in every community. About The Hartford The Hartford is a leader in property and casualty insurance, group benefits and mutual funds. With more than 200 years of expertise, The Hartford is widely recognized for its service excellence, sustainability practices, trust and integrity. More information on the company and its financial performance is available at https://www.thehartford.com. Follow us on Twitter at @TheHartford—PR. The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., (NYSE: HIG) operates through its subsidiaries under the brand name, The Hartford, and is headquartered in Hartford, Connecticut. For additional details, please read The Hartford’s legal notice. HIG-C Some of the statements in this release may be considered forward-looking statements as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. We caution investors that these forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance, and actual results may differ materially. Investors should consider the important risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ. These important risks and uncertainties include those discussed in our 2019 Annual Report on Form 10-K, subsequent Quarterly Reports on Forms 10-Q, and the other filings we make with the Securities and Exchange Commission. We assume no obligation to update this release, which speaks as of the date issued. From time to time, The Hartford may use its website and/or social media outlets, such as Twitter and Facebook, to disseminate material company information. Financial and other important information regarding The Hartford is routinely accessible through and posted on our website at https://ir.thehartford.com, Twitter account at www.twitter.com/TheHartford—PR and Facebook at https://facebook.com/thehartford. In addition, you may automatically receive email alerts and other information about The Hartford when you enroll your email address by visiting the “Email Alerts” section at https://ir.thehartford.com. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005554/en/ CONTACT: Media Contact: Leon Davis 860-547-8668 [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CONNECTICUT INDUSTRY KEYWORD: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSUMER INSURANCE HUMAN RESOURCES FINANCE GAY & LESBIAN SOURCE: The Hartford Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 09:00 AM/DISC: 02/03/2021 09:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005554/en The Hartford Named A Best Place To Work For LGBTQ Equality For 13th Year WhatsApp Previous articleSchneider National, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter 2020 ResultsNext articleScent Just Got Smarter with New Febreze Fade Defy PLUG™ Digital AIM Web Supportcenter_img Twitter Facebook WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Twitter TAGS  last_img read more

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Winning numbers drawn in ‘All or Nothing Day’ game

first_img Facebook Winning numbers drawn in ‘All or Nothing Day’ game By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Pinterest Previous articleWinning numbers drawn in ‘Pick 3 Day’ gameNext articleStrategy Analytics: Despite Pandemic, Global Consumer Electronics Revenues Rose 7% in 2020 Digital AIM Web Support TAGS  WhatsApp AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The winning numbers in Wednesday afternoon’s drawing of the Texas Lottery’s “All or Nothing Day” game were: 01-02-07-09-10-11-13-19-20-21-23-24 (one, two, seven, nine, ten, eleven, thirteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-one, twenty-three, twenty-four)center_img Local NewsState Twitter Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Facebooklast_img read more

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Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Markets, 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Drug…

first_img By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– The “Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis By Drug Class, Indication, Distribution Channel, and Geography” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. Market for Penicillin and Combination Drugs Segment to Grow at Highest CAGR during 2020-2027. The market is expected to reach US$ 11,614.32 million by 2027 from US$ 9,106.40 million in 2019; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 3.2% from 2020 to 2027. The growth of the market is attributed to the growing prevalence of urinary tract infections, aging population, and emerging computing technologies for urine diagnostics. However, the lack of product awareness in emerging countries and effects associated with medication obstruct the growth of the market to a certain extent. Based on drug class, the quinolones segment held the largest share of the market in 2019; however, the penicillin and combination segment is anticipated to register the highest CAGR of 4.5% in the market during the forecast period. The future growth of the market for quinolones is mainly ascribed to the fact that it is most commonly prescribed by physicians. Ciprofloxacin, levofloxacin, and enoxacin are among the most widely used drugs for treatment. R&D in UTI treatment is expected to offer lucrative growth opportunities to the players in the global urinary tract infection treatment market. For instance, in July 2018, Lupin received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for generic Nitrofurantoin capsules. It is a generic version of Macrodantin offered by Alvogen Malta Operations Ltd. It is used to treat UTI caused by Staphylococcus aureus, enterococci, etc. Further, in February 2020, a France-based pharmaceutical company announced Exblifep, a combination of a novel extended-spectrum beta-lactamase inhibitor, enmetazobactam, and cefepime. i.e., the fourth-generation cephalosporin, which achieved primary endpoints in a clinical trial for complicated UTIs. Moreover, in July 2019, Healthy.io, a smartphone camera-based solutions developer, announced an agreement with Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. placing Healthy.io’s Dip UTI test kits in boots pharmacies throughout the UK. Additionally, in May 2020, Spero Therapeutics, Inc. announced the completion of patient enrollment in its Phase 3 clinical trial, ADAPT-PO, of tebipenem HBr to treat complicated urinary tract infection (cUTI) and acute pyelonephritis (AP). In July 2019, the US FDA approved Recarbrio drug to treat cUTI and complicated intra-abdominal infection in adults. In June 2018, Achaogen, Inc. received the US FDA approval for ZEMDRI to treat cUTIs in adults. In November 2018, Allergan, announced the launch of the FDA accepted supplemental drug AVYCAZ to treat cUTIs and complicated intra-abdominal infections patients between the age group of 3 months to 18 years. Applying such strategic measures can be lucrative for the urinary tract infection treatment market during the forecast period. Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd, Mylan N.V., ALLERGAN, Pfizer Inc., Cipla Ltd, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, Shionogi Inc., Amway, and DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences are among the leading companies in the urinary tract infection treatment market. Key Topics Covered: 1. Introduction 2. Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market – Key Takeaways 3. Research Methodology 3.1 Coverage 3.2 Secondary Research 3.3 Primary Research 4. Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market – Market Landscape 4.1 Overview 4.2 PEST Analysis 4.3 Expert Opinion 5. Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market – Key Market Dynamics 5.1 Market Drivers 5.1.1 Growing Urinary Tract Infections 5.1.2 Aging Population 5.1.3 Emerging Computing Technologies for Urine Diagnostics 5.2 Market Restraints 5.2.1 Associated Effects of Medication 5.3 Market Opportunities 5.3.1 R&D in UTI Treatment 5.4 Future Trends 5.4.1 Nutritional Supplement in UTI 6. Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market – Global Analysis 6.1 Global Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market Revenue Forecast and Analysis 6.2 Global Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market, By Geography – Forecast and Analysis 6.3 Market Positioning of Key Players 7. Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market Analysis – By Drug Class 7.1 Overview 7.2 Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market Revenue Share, by Drug Class (2019 and 2027) 7.3 Penicillin and Combinations 7.3.1 Overview 7.3.2 Penicillin and Combinations: Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market – Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (US$ Million) 7.3.3 Amoxicillin 7.3.4 Amoxicillin and Clavulanate Potassium 7.4 Quinolones 7.4.1 Overview 7.4.2 Quinolones: Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market – Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (US$ Million) 7.4.3 Ciprofloxaxin 7.4.4 Levofloxaxin 7.4.5 Nalidixic Acid 7.4.6 Norfloxacin 7.4.7 Others 7.5 Cephalosporin 7.6 Aminoglycoside Antibiotics 7.7 Sulphonamides 7.8 Nutritional Supplements 7.8.1 Overview 7.8.2 Nutritional Supplements: Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market – Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (US$ Million) 7.8.3 Cranberry Supplements 7.8.4 D-Mannose 7.8.5 Probiotics 7.8.6 Vitamin-C 8. Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market Analysis – By Indication 8.1 Overview 8.2 Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market Revenue Share, by Indication (2019 and 2027) 8.3 Complicated Urinary Tract Infections 8.4 Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infections 9. Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market Analysis – By Distribution Channel 9.1 Overview 9.2 Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market Revenue Share, by Distribution Channel (2019 and 2027) 9.3 Hospital Pharmacies 9.4 Retail Pharmacies & Drug Stores 9.5 Gynaecology and Urology Clinics 9.6 Online Drug Stores 10. Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market – Geographic Analysis 11. Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Global Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market 12. Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market-Industry Landscape Companies MentionedTeva Pharmaceutical Industries LtdSun Pharmaceutical Industries LtdMylan N.V.ALLERGANPfizer Inc.Cipla LtdF. Hoffmann-La Roche LtdShionogi Inc.AmwayDuPont Nutrition & Biosciences For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/gvhsi1 View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005677/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: HEALTH PHARMACEUTICAL SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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Storyland Parade, Family Literacy Day set

first_imgLocal News Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Twitter Storyland Parade, Family Literacy Day set Pinterest Pinterest Adinvita School of Design Thinking is planning a Permian Basin Storyland Book Parade and the first Annual Family Literacy Day Saturday at 619 N. Grant Ave. The book parade, which will feature characters from children’s books, kicks the day from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. The procession will run from fourth to Eighth Street on Lee Avenue. There is a $10 fee to participate and all proceeds will go to Adinvita. Family Literacy Day, which runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., will include a visit and books from author Amy Fellner Dominy, local market, food trucks, a book fair, games and music. Pete the Cat will be on hand, as well. Linda Subia, who co-founded the school with Amanda Ramirez, said the idea came about through the Education Partnership of the Permian Basin. Ways of building literacy have been discussed during the meetings. Subia plans to dress up as Mary Poppins and Ramirez as Pippi Longstocking. Subia said they started thinking of ways to spark literacy in Odessa. They talked about the Scholastic Book Fair, which many schools host, and thought it would be cool to bring the fair to the community. Scholastic Fairs have a theme and this year’s is Dino Mite. “I remember when I was a kid I used to always love buying books from the book fair,” Subia said. Subia said Dominy is excited about visiting Odessa because of Friday Night Lights. Dominy will present a keynote address and a storytelling lesson, have lunch with the children and sign books. There will also be a science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, area where a short STEM activity will take place. “We really want to start off well. That way we can grow this into a bigger event next year,” Ramirez said. Subia added that the event has purpose. “That’s our mission and vision — to create something purposeful in the community and not just to have something because we want to fundraise …,” Subia said. “We want families to come and have fun together.” Adinvita students will have game booths. Subia noted that many community groups and entities, like the Junior League of Odessa, University of Texas Permian Basin, First 5, the City of Odessa, parents and many others are helping out. “We’re really excited,” Subia said. “… I think this is going to be really fun for the community …”center_img WhatsApp TAGS  Previous article041619_OHS_LEE_03Next article043019_Peaceful_Protest_JF_03 Digital AIM Web Support Twitter WhatsApp Facebooklast_img read more

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