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but look at television. it’s not very healthy.” it started when jauston huerta filed a lawsuit against county leaders. he said an inmate fell on him because the jail was too crowded. “under the constitution, we have a right to expect protection. just weeks ago, he’s asked for a three judge panel. they could impose fines. or even release inmates, if they feel it’s necessary. likely? not for sure, but sutherlin says he is pushing. “then we have a hearing, and it’s up to me to put on the evidence to show that there’s been no adequate response by the council.” here’s what county leaders have tried. they looked into building a 65 million dollar new jail at the international paper mill in february of 2017. but that never happened. then, the vigo county council had a vote on a tax that would fund the jail in november of 2017. but they voted to delay that, indefinitely. . so, essentially nothing has changed. and the lawsuit goes to a hearing in october of this year . 12:04:46,02 “they haven’t done anything! so the council is holding everything up by not approving that funding.” strong words from sutherlin. we asked the council to respond. council member brendan kearns had strong words of his own. 14:27:22,10 “here’s what happened. i listened to the taxpayers. i listened to people that supported me. i listened to the people that didn’t support me. they don’t want this.” kearns says he doesn’t think a new jail in a hurry is the answer here. it’s a reason he says the council hasn’t approved funding. kearns says he’s not budging until they’ve done research . that’s even after hearing sutherlin’s plans. 14:25:51,21 “rondrell: are you worried about this lawsuit? kearns: no. i mean i don’t worried about these kind of things. what i’m worried about is our county rondrell.” and it looks like that research will happen. county commissioners have chosen a group to assess a new jail. it could take months to complete. but it’s time kearns says is necessary. all the while, this attorney will stay in motion. county commissioners tell us . they understand the position of michael sutherlin. they say progress has slowed on the jail issue. because they quote had to back track many times,
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The instructor and two officer students were on the local daylight flight in the four engine B 24 Liberator. The cocky flight instructor decided to show off for his new students. He feathered all four props and stopped his engines. Suddenly, he had a “lead sled” glider, coming down fast! Since he was descending faster than he expected, the dimwit instructor had to quickly unfeather the propellers and restart the engines or crash. However, with his power plants not operating, the electric generators couldn’t provide the necessary electric current to unfeather the props. The batteries were too weak for that purpose.

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One dark night, we were taxiing out to fly with everything electric operating, including the gasoline engine generator in the Bombay. Suddenly, the entire airplane filled with dense choking smoke. I yelled to the crew to abandon the airplane through the bomb doors for best exit away from the propellers. The engines were shut down as I waited for all the crew to get out. However, when my turn came, the smoke was so bad I couldn’t see and I could hardly breathe. Descending into the Bombay, the smoke was worse. It was necessary that blinded, I shouldn’t get confused and walk into any props still turning. Fortunately, I felt my way to the rear and got out safely. The firemen arrived and put the smoking fire out. Someone had carelessly left an oily rag near the exhaust of the gasoline engine generator in the Bombay, resulting in it smoking badly and catching fire.

One week later, an identical incident happened at night with another smoke filled B 24. All the crew but the flight instructor went out to the rear safely. In a panic, the young flight instructor failed to cut his engines, apparently blinded and confused by the smoke, exited toward the front of the bomber and the props killed him.

Two thousand, five hundred and fifty five Army Air Corps personnel were killed in training during World War II. Dead is dead, whether in combat or in training.
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Over the last few years the Bainbridge startup has been quietly working on a concept close to the hearts of many around Puget Sound come the region’s dreary winter months: finding a way to get a healthy dose of vitamin D.

“Science shows us that without it we get more sickness, more disease, athletes have more injuries and the people that we love, they die earlier,” Solius CEO Rick Hennessey said. Vitamin D deficiency is a global problem affecting 2.5 billion people, according to the company.

Solius’ proposal? Set aside supplements, which aren’t always effective, step out of the sun’s harmful rays, Hennessey said, and spend a few minutes a month inside one of the company’s treatment pods, which shine an isolated spectrum of light designed to promote production of vitamin D.

Solius uses a complex system of filters and optics to shine a 4 nanometer spectrum of UVB spectrum and nearly eliminate harmful UVA rays, according to the company. Solius claims that in less than 5 minutes, it can help to produce over 10 times more vitamin D than an hour of midday summer sunlight.

The result: “safe sun,” Hennessey said.

“We produce in our studies about 10 times the amount of vitamin D than the sun, but with a thousand times less energy,” he said. “It’s built to be extremely effective and safe.”

Company representatives are quick to note that their machine hasn’t yet been approved as a medical device by the Food and Drug Administration, but in the early testing they’ve done at Solius, they’ve seen promising results, they said.

“Humans need some very simple things: fresh air, clean water, proper nutrition and sunlight,” Hennessey said. “If you take any one of those things away or degradate them in any way, humans suffer, they get sicker, they get more disease, they get more cancer, they get more depression, they get more injuries, the list goes on and on. We feel like we’re a big part of some core components.”

To market At this point, the only way to try one of the devices is to sign up for the company’s current clinical trial on Bainbridge Island. Over the course of a three month period, enrollees will undergo about 10 treatments and will have blood drawn before and after the trial to show the device’s impact on their body, Solius Chief Revenue Officer Kyle Diercks said. The trial will cost $50 per month, he said.

Within the next few weeks, the company plans to go to market at its first location in Canada, a compounding pharmacy in Vancouver. After FDA approvals, the company plans to go to market throughout the United States and eventually internationally.

The company doesn’t plan to sell the devices, Diercks said. It plans to build and own them in common locations: the gym, at a pharmacy, at your corporate office and locations where one can stop in on a lunch break for a few minutes. Consumers will set up a time and customize their experience on a smartphone app and will be charged a monthly fee to use the device, likely three to four times a month.

“We take this device to a location that would accessible to the public, in a place they can get to quickly, in an environment they are comfortable with, in an affordable way,” Diercks said.

The next Avalara? Tucked away in its offices in the Island Gateway development off state Route 305, the startup’s small staff has been steering the company into the sunlight as it prepares to hit the market with its machines.

The company is looking to follow closely in the footsteps of Bainbridge’s last big corporate success story: tax software firm Avalara, which formerly maintained its corporate headquarters in the same office development where Solius has been based since the end of 2015.

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Unlike Avalara, the company plans to stay on Bainbridge as it grows. Wise sees Solius maintaining a corporate and technical headquarters on the island and imagines the manufacturing and assembly side of the company’s work happening somewhere in Kitsap County.

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With a variety of possible applications, Hennessey said he sees Solius turning into a big business: “If we’re successful at this business, that means we’ve helped a lot of people. That’s something we can feel pretty good about.”
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The newspaper reports that the number of branches nationwide “shrank by more than 1,700 in the 12 months ended in June 2017, the biggest decline on record,” as banks “leave less profitable regions and fewer customers use tellers for routine transactions.”

Branch numbers fell again in the second half of 2017, The Journal adds, based on a review of data submitted to bank regulators. Many of the closings “were in big cities and surrounding suburbs, where branches were consolidated largely because of falling foot traffic,” the paper reports. “Others were in rural areas, where some large regional lenders are leaving town altogether.”

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In addition, Cincinnati based Fifth Third Bancorp, a major player in Northeast Ohio, is among regionals that disclosed in regulatory filings “that they have been selling land that they had once bought for future branch locations.”

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When PNC closed its only branch in Jeromesville, Ohio, in 2015, the bank told regulators in a letter that it was “due to limited usage in a declining rural area.” In a letter to customers, PNC wrote that consumers were “using branches very differently today” and that they have “more service choices than ever.” While Jeromesville has no remaining bank branches, it still does have a PNC ATM.

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The Times says the people it spoke with “fit no single profile. They are women and men, liberal and conservative. They come from many regions and religions.”

PerryMiller says that once she had her first child, climate change made a second feel more urgent.

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The Cleveland Museum of Art gets some more national attention, this time from Smithsonian magazine, for its efforts to use technology to improve the guest experience.

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It wasn’t that it was the first museum to attempt to “go digital.” It was that the Cleveland Museum of Art did it in a meaningful way that went beyond augmented reality phone apps that, when you point your phone toward an object you like, superimpose an informative fact over the piece. CMA worked with creative firms, such as Design I/O, to create ARTLENS, a gallery that incorporates physical artwork with their digital representations in interactive, gesture based games.

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A spokesman for the special counsel’s office declined to comment.

Last week, the FBI attempted to serve Bannon with a subpoena to appear before the grand jury in the Russia probe. He referred agents to his attorney, multiple sources said.

Bannon’s deal with the special counsel follows the publishing of Michael Wolff’s book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” which claimed Bannon called the June 2016 meeting between senior Trump presidential campaign staff and a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton “treasonous.”

In testimony before the House Intelligence Committee, Bannon downplayed the comments published in Wolff’s book, saying it was “hyperbole” that he described the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and members of the Trump campaign with Russians as treasonous and unpatriotic, two sources said. Bannon, who joined the campaign after the June 2016 meeting, and shed little light on the meeting with Russians, the sources said.

One reason Mueller may have issued a subpoena is that Bannon publicly changed his story when he issued a statement on the book’s contents, walking back some of what was reported, a source told CNN.

The source familiar with the process with Bannon said Mueller’s team may have been seeking to send a message that he needs to be truthful about what happened.

California Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, told CNN that the White House instructed Bannon not to answer questions regarding the presidential transition and his time in the White House. Schiff said a White House attorney other than White House counsel Don McGahn reconfirmed this should continue after the committee served Bannon with a subpoena during the interview yesterday. McGahn and Bannon share the same attorney, William Burck.

The House Intelligence Committee is not done questioning Bannon, as the panel will require him to answer their questions and their own subpoena of him stands, Rep. Mike Conaway, R Texas, said after Tuesday’s hearing.
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