Riley thanked authorities for their “diligence and dedication” as well as their compassion in investigating the case.“Although I knew there was a possibility for negativity I never expected to receive the messages that were sent to me,” Riley said in a statement. “Over the past year I have fought a battle I never thought I would fight and I felt fear no mother should feel.”Sewell was charged with aggravated harassment, stalking, and a hate crime with aggravated harassment, police said. She was still being housed in the Ulster County Jail as of Sunday, a representative for the jail told ABC News. It is unclear if she has retained an attorney.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserve View this post on Instagram Ulster County Sheriffs Office(MELVILLE, NEW YORK) — A New York woman has been arrested for allegedly harassing a child with a genetic disorder, according to police.Krista Sewell, 26, of Melville, allegedly posted messages threatening the child, who has a “severe genetic disorder that affects the skin” on Facebook, Instagram and a GoFundMe campaign benefiting the child’s family, according to a press release by New York State Police.The Long Island woman also allegedly mailed threatening letters to the child’s home, police said.The 2-year-old girl, Anna Riley, lives in Ulster County in the Hudson Valley and suffers from harlequin ichthyosis, which causes skin abnormalities that affect breathing and movement.On Sunday, after the news of Sewell’s arrest became public, Riley wrote on Instagram that she refuses for her daughter “to hide from her disorder with some sort of shame about having different skin.”“One day she will have to go out on her own to face the world and I will do everything in my power to make sure she has the confidence that is needed,” Riley wrote. “I hope so much that people learn there is someone on the other side of their keyboards and it’s not ok to send hateful messages.” As a mother it is my number one priority to protect my children. I refuse for Anna to hide from her disorder with some sort of shame about having different skin. One day she will have to go out on her own to face the world and I will do everything in my power to make sure she has the confidence that is needed. I hope so much that people learn there is someone on the other side of their keyboards and it’s not ok to send hateful messages. @mui_thomas92 and I have been targeted by the same person and I’m happy to say she has been arrested. #lovenothate #kindnessmatters #visibledifference ***make sure you check out my story for a link to the nbc pieceA post shared by Jennie (@harlequindiva) on Nov 10, 2019 at 6:55am PST
Tag: 上海419龙凤老版 Broome County releases its COVID-19 disaster recovery plan
One of the first few things mentioned in the recovery plan included access to one main source of information. For example, if you have a question about what to do next or what is allowed regarding post-pandemic recovery, you can call a number such as 2-1-1 for one-on-one assistance. Many other details included things like providing an up-to-date workplace for healthcare organizations and hospitals, as well as make services like medical assistance and others more available to people at home or virtually. A public hearing was held via Zoom Wednesday evening to go over the recovery plan. Just like any other disaster faced in the past, the county has to come up with a plan of preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery. Finally, the plan has a set of guidelines for the county to go by for whenever there may be a second wave of the coronavirus. County officials say the full plan will be released shortly. For more information on who to contact with questions, you can check out the list of the Broome County Planning Division. In addition to the childcare crisis, the pandemic has made it harder for childcare providers and families to keep this resource going in the community. Therefore, the plan includes a strategy to support and help provide childcare by, “promoting increased income standards for childcare assistance.” Another big topic in the plan was mental health. The county is planning on working with local organizations to provide mental health assistance, as some people may struggle recovering from these tough times emotionally. (WBNG) — As mandated, Broome County officials have come up with a disaster recovery plan from the pandemic and there are many things in the plan community members will find important.
Tag: 上海419龙凤老版 Concorde checks in for Punchestown
The six-year-old powered up the famous hill to claim the Champion Bumper at Prestbury Park earlier this month under a jubilant Robbie McNamara. Stable companion Vigil also ran well in fifth and may reappear at Fairyhouse’s upcoming Easter meeting. Dermot Weld’s Cheltenham hero Silver Concorde will bid to complete a Festival double in the championship bumper at Punchestown next month. Press Association Weld said: “The plan is to go for the Grade One bumper in Punchestown with Silver Concorde. “We’ll look at Fairyhouse for Vigil, or there is also a race for him at Punchestown. “One horse (Silver Concorde) wants good ground and the other likes plenty of cut.”
Tag: 上海419龙凤老版 Tipp make winning start to league campaign
The Premier County proved much too strong for their under-par opponents and ran out 1-23 to 0-12 winners.Michael Ryan’s side – who were playing their first competitive match since he took over the Tipp hot seat – had the breeze in their favour in the opening half and weren’t long getting into their stride.Jason Forde, who finished up with 1-5 from play, got the game’s only goal after 13 minutes when he got onto a loose ball to fire past Dublin netminder Conor Dooley. John McGrath contributed 0-7, 0-5 of which came from frees.His brother Noel, who was making his first start for the Blue and Gold since beating cancer last year, also made an impact on the scoreboard – he got 0-2.Conor Kenny (0-3) and Pádraic Maher (0-2) were the other starting players that registered scores.Substitue John ‘Bubbles’ O’Dwyer registered 0-3 after coming on for debutant Dan McCormack while Dylan Fitzelle, who replaced Patrick Maher, also put one over the bar.However, manager Michael Ryan will probably be a little dissapointed with the number of wides his side struck, particularly in the first half when the target was missed on ten occasions.Tipperary next’s Division 1A outing is against Kilkenny at Nowlan Park on Sunday Feburary 21st.
Facebook36Tweet0Pin0Submitted by SCJ AllianceWhat is the 48th positive odd integer?If 95 didn’t jump to mind, you wouldn’t have made it far in Thurston County’s MATHCOUNTS competition this year.Jason Bruhn, an engineer at SCJ Alliance in Lacey, led the Thurston County contest held at Saint Martin’s University. Photo courtesy: SCJ AllianceIt took just seconds for local mathletes from Jefferson Middle School to answer that and other challenging questions to win the county-wide contest and advance to the state level held last month.MATHCOUNTS is a national middle school coaching and competitive mathematics program. It promotes math achievement through a series of fun and engaging “bee” style competitions on the chapter, state and national levels.Jason Bruhn, an engineer at SCJ Alliance in Lacey, led the Thurston County contest held at Saint Martin’s University and has volunteered as the chapter coordinator for the past 18 years on behalf of the National Society of Professional Engineers. This year, he recruited three additional colleagues from SCJ to help out, Tyrell Bradley, Maddie Riggs and Bob Tauscher.“Math is an everyday thing here at SCJ,” Bruhn said. “We love to see kids excited about math and to show them how what we do relates to what they’re learning now.”Local participants in February’s Thurston County competition came from Jefferson and Aspire middle schools and included one homeschool student. The top team, from Jefferson Middle School, and two top individuals advanced to the state competition.The winning Jefferson Middle School Mathletes’ team with Jason Bruhn (center). Photo courtesy: SCJ AllianceWinners at the state competition move on to the national competition on May 13-14, which is aired on ESPN 3.SCJ has been nationally recognized multiple times for award-winning projects, growth and as a great place to work. Founded in Thurston County nearly twelve years ago, the firm has grown steadily to a dynamic team of more than 80 employees in six locations across Washington. In addition to Lacey, SCJ has offices in Centralia, Seattle, Ballard, Vancouver and Wenatchee.