Smoothie King signs are up at its new location.Smoothie King takes out license. The Smoothie King that is planning to open in mid- October along Johnson Drive has taken out its business license with the city. Smoothie King will be opening in the former Blockbuster building. The menu features a long list of smoothies and other items.Two SM East students are Jostens finalists. Kelsey Cox and Laine Duckworth, both students at SM East, are finalists in the 2016 Jostens Adobe Design Contest. Only 10 students from high schools across the country qualified as finalists in the contest.CFD2 August calls near 200. The Consolidated Fire District No. 2 August report shows 193 calls for service from fire and rescue and 230 medical calls. The department also logged 1,115 training hours. The department responded to several water rescue calls during the storm in late August.Mission Coffee with a Cop Sept. 16. The next date for the Mission Police Department to hold Coffee with a Cop will be at 8 a.m. Sept. 16 at Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive.Northeast Johnson County morning roundup is brought to you by Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive. For updates on the latest blends and specialty drinks available, follow them on Facebook.
[mappress]Press Release, October 23, 2013 Global Offshore and Marine business powers and propels ships, keeping them in position at the touch of button. The Korean naval, offshore and merchant, shipbuilding industry, the largest and most important in the world, has long since recognized the benefit that GE’s experience and technology can deliver—partnering together for 30 years.That is why Kormarine 2013 is one of the key events where GE will showcase its latest advancements in diesel engines, gas turbines and dynamic positioning solutions, all designed to deliver reliability, fuel efficiency, lower maintenance and life cycle costs.SB Ahn, GE’s Global Offshore and Marine leader said, “GE provides solutions that affect vessels and marine installations from stem to stern and from ocean to sea bed. With the launch of our Global Offshore Marine organization, based here in Korea, we are continuing to strengthen our relationships with Korean shipbuilders. Together we have delivered naval and merchant vessels and offshore installations that can operate efficiently, reducing emissions and meeting critical environmental regulations. At Kormarine 2013, we will share our cutting-edge solutions that will continue to meet the challenges that the naval and marine industry faces—powering, propelling and positioning them now and in the future.”
Submit Share Share Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 StumbleUpon Playtech goes live in the US with bet365 August 7, 2020 Retail closures have ‘severe’ impact on Playtech August 5, 2020 Related Articles Shimon Akad – Playtech COOEuropean igaming operator Mr Green & Co has announced that it is due to go live with Playtech’s Open Platform (POP), as the firm looks to expand its business and player intelligence capabilities.Joining the Playtech POP platform Mr Green will gain enhanced player reporting and bonusing capabilities allowing for deeper operational insight.Furthermore, the integration of Mr Green with the POP Platform will see the operator gain access to more than 600 premium branded Playtech games, as well as extended access to leading titles from 20 third party content suppliers including IGT, Scientific Games and Inspired Gaming.Mr Green & Co governance detailed that it expects the integration to be completed in the coming weeks. Mr Green will join existing Playtech tier 1 clients Gala Coral, bet365 and Ladbrokes as a POP customer.Playtech COO Shimon Akad welcomed Mr Green to the POP platform commenting“We’re delighted Mr Green is joining the industry’s most dynamic and accessible Open Platform. They are a rapidly growing casino brand and will benefit greatly from having access to our vast, best-performing content portfolio. We have big plans for the platform and our content in 2016 in line with our omnichannel approach and across expanding markets such as Scandinavia,”Bo Wänghammar, CEO, Mr Green commented on the Playtech agreement “Mr Green has a pronounced focus on large and regulated markets. Playtech has a very strong presence in the UK. Mr Green and Playtech is a great match and this collaboration will set Playtech games in the environment of Mr Green’s award-winning casino experience”.
ABC News(JAKARTA, Indonesia) — Secretary of Defense James Mattis watched as Indonesian Special Forces drank blood from snakes, walked on fire and broke concrete blocks with their heads in a spectacular display during his visit to Jakarta.The colorful demonstration of combat skills featured the soldiers performing a series of martial arts techniques, too, as speakers played Indonesian drums.The soldiers capped the performance with king cobras that were scattered on the ground before being pounced upon by the soldiers. After cutting off the cobras’ heads the soldiers fed snake blood to each other, with one biting a snake in half as Mattis looked on.On his way to meeting the Indonesian President Joko Widodo, Mattis said the U.S. “probably engage[s] with the Indonesian military more than any other nation anywhere in terms of mil-to-mil engagements.”Indonesia’s location between the Indian and Pacific oceans is strategically crucial for American hopes to increase maritime cooperation in the region.Mattis is on a trip across South East Asia hoping to build alliances and partners in the region at a time when tension is high over expanding Chinese ambition in the South China Sea.“That’s why we go out here on trips like this … for the normal consultations with each other,” he said.In recent years Indonesia has joined several other South East Asian nations in asserting territorial claims in the disputed waters. Indonesia is hoping the U.S. will ease sanctions and limitations on ties with its elite special forces unit after restrictions were enforced over human rights abuses committed in the 1990s in East Timor.Mattis travels next to Vietnam.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related