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first_imgStudent band Taylor James and the Experience performed original songs and covers on Thursday night at Tommy’s Place to a crowd of approximately 100 students and other guests.last_img

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An unusual Mother’s Day celebration

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich -Today is the one day that you want to shower mom with not only gifts but hugs and kisses. but due to COVID–19 restrictions, this was not possible for those with aging parents in facilities.   Two sisters had a unique Mother’s Day with their mom.Waving through a glass window two sisters had to blow kisses and mouth words to their mom while holding a sign that read, “We love you.”Boots Worniak,  who has been at Medilodge of Alpena for approximately one year, kept waving for her daughters to come in.As hard as it was, Jane Fortner and her sister, Susan Decker, had to explain as best they could that they were unable to do so.Jane had a series of emotions at today’s visit but she’s thankful to the facility for accommodating them as best as they were able.She reflected back on this past January when they were able to celebrate their mom’s 100th birthday and how so much has changed since that time.Jane is thankful to Medilodge for arranging Skpe, Facetime, and sending pics during the COVID–19 pandemic but she is already planning her visit after restrictions are lifted.We spoke with Life Enrichment Director, Kathy Klimek, about the unusual Mother’s Day at Medilodge and she said giving out carnations and pie to all of the mothers today seemed to make them happy.  She also added that patients are being tested and thankfully tests are coming back negative.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Wishing moms everywhere a happy Mother’s DayNext Daily COVID-19 update May 11, 2020last_img read more

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Kansas rallies to win Big 12

first_imgat Michigan 61 Greg Oden scored 12 of his 16 points in the second half to help the Buckeyes win their 14th game in a row. After trailing by six, the Buckeyes held the Wolverines scoreless for the final 3:54. At No. 4 Wisconsin 52, Michigan State 50 Kammron Taylor’s 3-pointer with 4 seconds remaining lifted the Badgers, who avoided going into the postseason with three consecutive losses. No. 6 Memphis 64, SMU 61 Chris Douglas-Roberts had 19 points with the key basket late and the Tigers won their 19th consecutive game. At No. 7 Texas A&M 94, Missouri 78 Antanas Kavaliauskas scored a career-high 26 points to help the Aggies win their regular-season finale. At No. 9 Georgetown 59, Connecticut 46 Roy Hibbert had 18 points and 12 rebounds and the Hoyas ended a decade of frustration against the Huskies and clinched at least a share of the Big East regular-season title. At No. 10 Nevada 69, New Mexico State 65 Marcelus Kemp scored 21 of his 32 points in the second half and Nick Fazekas had 22 points and nine rebounds to lead the Wolf Pack. No. 11 Southern Illinois 53, Bradley 51 Matt Shaw’s tip-in with 3.2 seconds remaining lifted the Salukis in the semifinals of the Missouri Valley Conference tournament. At No. 20 Marquette 75, No. 12 Pittsburgh 71 Wesley Matthews and David Cubillan scored 20 points each to keep the Panthers from clinching a share of the Big East regular-season title. At No. 17 Oregon 70, Oregon State 49 Bryce Taylor scored 22, Aaron Brooks had 18 and the Ducks won their final three games of the regular season. No. 18 Butler 67, Loyola of Chicago 66, OT A.J. Graves, the nation’s second-leading free-throw shooter, hit six foul shots in the final 53 seconds of overtime to lead the Bulldogs to the semifinals of the Horizon League tournament in a game in Fairborn, Ohio. Arkansas 82, at No. 19 Vanderbilt 67 Gary Ervin scored 21 points to keep the Razorbacks’ slim NCAA tournament hopes alive. No. 22 Notre Dame 73, at Rutgers 66 Colin Falls scored 22 points and Russell Carter had 17 as the Irish clinched a first-round bye in the Big East tournament. At No. 24 Maryland 79, North Carolina State 59 Mike Jones scored 21 points in his final home game for the Terrapins’ seventh consecutive win. Eastern Kentucky 63, Austin Peay 62 Josh Taylor converted a layup with 2.9 seconds left to give the the Colonels the Ohio Valley Conference tournament championship in Nashville, Tenn. and earn a berth in the NCAA tournament. The title. Governors won the regular-season Belmont 94, at East Tennessee State 67 Andy Wicke and Andrew Preston each scored 18 points and the Bruins won a second straight Atlantic Sun Conference tournament championship and NCAA tournament bid. At Winthrop 84, VMI 81 Torrell Martin had 17 points to lead the Eagles to the Big South Conference tourney title and NCAA tournament spot. Davidson 72, at College of Charleston 65 Freshman Stephen Curry scored 29 points to lead the Wildcats back to the NCAA tournament by winning the Southern Conference tournament championship. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LAWRENCE, Kan. – Julian Wright figured Kevin Durant would slow down eventually if Kansas just kept doing what it was doing. Wright had 17 points and 13 rebounds and the third-ranked Jayhawks overcame a 16-point deficit and another electrifying performance from Durant to beat No. 15 Texas 90-86 Saturday to claim its fifth Big 12 championship. Durant, the conference leader in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots, was unstoppable as the Longhorns (22-8, 12-4) took a 51-35 lead late in the first half of the Big 12 title showdown. With Kansas double-teaming Durant, other Texas shooters got open looks and at one point the Longhorns hit 12 shots in a row. Kansas put together a 24-7 run after he got hurt and took a 59-58 lead on Wright’s basket. “I just wanted to suck it up and play for my team,” said Durant, who limped noticeably much of the second half. “They picked me up while I was out, so I just took the pain and tried to suck it up for the team.” Durant finished with 32 points. No. 1 Ohio State 65, center_img Durant, a candidate for national player of the year, made 10 of his first 14 shots and scored 25 in the first half. But the 6-foot-9 freshman crumpled to the floor with an ankle injury with about 11 minutes left in the second half and was not the same player when he returned from the locker room. “Durant was on fire the first half,” Wright said. “We just tried to keep playing defense the way we were taught to play it and tried to limit his easy points. But he was awesome.” last_img read more

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