Crash Bandicoot Makes His Way Four-Ward to Next-Gen Consoles, Switch, and PC in 2021!

first_imgLocal NewsBusiness Crash Bandicoot Makes His Way Four-Ward to Next-Gen Consoles, Switch, and PC in 2021! WhatsApp Facebook TAGS  Pinterest Twitter WhatsAppcenter_img Twitter Pinterest This year, Crash Bandicoot is kicking off his 25th anniversary by bringing Crash Bandicoot™ 4: It’s About Time to PlayStation® 5, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch™ on March 12. Coming soon, the game will also launch on PC via Players who purchase, or already have, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time on PlayStation® 4 or Xbox One will be entitled to receive next-gen upgrades at no cost (except Japan) within the same console family. By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 Facebook Previous articleMemorialCare Offers Free Online Mental Health Resource to SoCal CommunitiesNext articleLabcorp Announces Key Appointments to Oncology Leadership Team Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

Attention Walmart customers: Stores no longer open 24 hours a day

first_img Pinterest Facebook Google+ the toilet paper aisle at the Mishawkaa Walmart was nearly wiped out on Thursday, March 12, 2020. (Jon Zimney/953MNC) Walmart posted the following notice on its website, regarding the change in its store hours due to their effort to curtail the spread of coronavirus and re-stock shelves for their customers:Starting March 15, Walmart stores and Neighborhood Markets will be open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. until further notice. This will help ensure associates can clean and stock products. Stores operating under more reduced hours will keep current hours of operation. Find more information here.March 10, 2020As the coronavirus situation continues to evolve, we know it is top of mind for our customers. We see it in the items people are buying and hear it in the conversations we’re having in our stores. So we believe it’s important to share the steps we are taking to keep our people safe and our facilities clean.We are monitoring this situation daily, and, as we do with any unusual event, we will watch what’s happening locally and adjust business operations and policies as needed. We are in close communication with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as other health organizations, and are following their guidelines as well as the advice of our own Chief Medical Officer.First and foremost, we are taking preventive measures to keep our stores clean and maintain a healthy environment. Stores are cleaned daily, which includes using sanitizing solutions in high-touch, high-traffic areas. We have increased associate focus on cleaning and have dedicated an associate to maintain key areas throughout the day. We’ve seen increased foot traffic, so we’re sending additional cleaning supplies for use in places like the registers and on shopping carts.Looking forward, we are pursuing easier ways to sanitize shopping carts. We also have plans in place for third-party sanitization should it be needed for a store impacted by the virus. And we are evaluating whether to modify store hours at some 24-hour facilities to allow for additional cleaning.Second, we will work to keep our stores stocked and prices fair. As one would expect, paper products, cleaning supplies and other items are in high demand as customers prepare for the possible impact of COVID-19. We are working to replenish those items quickly, including diverting products to areas of the country where they are needed most and routing deliveries directly to stores. We have also authorized our store managers to manage their inventory, including the discretion to limit sales quantities on items that are in unusually high demand. Online, we are taking a firm stance related to the potential for price gouging by third-party sellers. Violations of our seller pricing policy and seller prohibited items policy will not be tolerated and will be resolved quickly.Third, as the largest employer in the country, we take the health of our associates seriously. As we’ve said before, we want any associate who is not feeling well to stay home. We shared with our associates details of a new policy that gives them additional flexibility to stay home if they are not feeling well, and pay options and support if they are affected by the virus. Out of an abundance of caution, we have also shared additional guidelines pertaining to company travel over the next couple of months.Finally, we want to remind our customers there are many great ways to shop at Walmart, including pickup and Many of you are already taking advantage of these services. If you’re not, this could be a good time to try online delivery or our store pickup options or to use the Walmart Pay feature of our app when paying at the register.Thanks for the opportunity to serve you. Rest assured, we are doing everything we can to provide a safe shopping experience for our customers and a healthy environment for our associates and communities. By 95.3 MNC – March 15, 2020 0 804 Facebook CoronavirusIndianaLocalMichiganNews Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Attention Walmart customers: Stores no longer open 24 hours a day Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleBeacon opens free hotline for coronavirusNext articleConfirmed coronavirus cases in Indiana up to 19 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan.last_img read more

Sustainable Ag Conference.

first_imgNational speakers will discuss the benefits and costs of American agriculture to society, human capital in agriculture and the changing profile of agricultural professionals. “We’ll also look at the environmental and societal impacts of agriculture, careers in farming and ways our research and education programs can benefit producers,” said Risse, an agricultural engineer with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. The program begins Thursday, Jan. 20, with 7:30 a.m. registration at the Clarion Resort Buccaneer Hotel. It includes a field trip Friday to Bacon and Coffee counties. Participants will tour family farms, a carrot processing plant and a city/county composting facility.Sessions continue through noon Saturday, Jan. 22. The meeting is followed by the Sustainable Agriculture Working Group’s Ninth Annual Conference and Trade Show, Jan 22-23. Find registration information on the Web at For more information about the conference, contact Risse at (706) 542-9067. “We’ll explore ways agriculture can reconnect with the urbanized consumer society,” said Mark Risse, coordinator of the University of Georgia’s sustainable agriculture program.center_img What are the social implications of sustaining agriculture? Farmers, government agency personnel, county Extension Service agents and others will try to answer that question at the fifth annual workshop for the Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program. They will meet on Jekyll Island Jan. 20-22.last_img read more

Evra: United’s season a nightmare

first_imgManchester United defender Patrice Evra has delivered a damning assessment of the “nightmare” season which he cannot wait to forget. Press Association Evra could not hide his frustrations after the defeat, which kept United in seventh place in the Barclays Premier League. “This year has been a disaster,” the United left-back said. “This year we have been really poor. We deserve all the criticism. We have not played well enough. We have lost some stupid games. “When we are on the pitch we try to win every game but it’s been so painful this season, it’s been a nightmare. “When I look at the table I just feel a big frustration. “This year is a season I want to forget really quickly.” A lot of the United players have shied away from publicly stating why they think the team has performed so badly this term. Former manager David Moyes too was often at a loss to explain his side’s failings in press conferences. But Evra was not so reticent. The Frenchman said he believes the confidence within the United squad plummeted as soon as Moyes took over following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson. “I think there has been a lack of confidence,” the 32-year-old said. “Sir Alex Ferguson was the heart of Manchester United. He is a legend. You cannot replace him so quickly. “We knew it would be difficult but not this difficult. We can do much better than we have done – maybe not win the league but at least qualify for the Champions League with the players we have.” Evra concedes the playing staff, whom Moyes did not mention in the thank you statement that followed his dismissal, are culpable for the dismal season too. “Every player has to take responsibility,” the defender said. “You always feel responsible even when David Moyes was in charge. I will not point the finger at anyone else. “This year everyone failed.” At the start of the year not even the most pessimistic fan could have predicted that United would go into their final home game of the season 20 points off the top of the table. Evra is sure the club will bounce back next term, when Louis van Gaal is expected to be at the helm. “I really think (this year) is an accident,” said Evra, who has won the Premier League five times during his eight-and-a-half-year spell at Old Trafford. “I know Manchester United will never die. And also Manchester will come back next year. “When we lost the league on goal difference to Manchester City (in 2012) I said Manchester United will win the league by 13 points, and we nearly did. In the end we won it by 11 points. “That is my mentality – never give up.” Whether Evra gives up his place in the United squad will be decided following Sunday’s final game of the season at Southampton. Evra is out of contract this summer and it has been suggested that he wants to move to France or Italy, where Inter Milan are keen on his signature. “I will decide in two weeks about what I am going to do,” said Evra, who joined United from Monaco in January 2006. “There have been a lot of rumours, but I have not decided anything yet. “My agent will have a meeting with Manchester and we will see.” When pressed on the matter, Evra responded with a cryptic answer: “Look, everyone knows how much I love this club,” he said. “It’s difficult… “The reason is an important reason. And you will see. I will tell if I am staying or leaving this club at the end of the season.” The feelgood factor that surrounded the club following the interim appointment of Ryan Giggs disappeared on Saturday when Sunderland inflicted a seventh home defeat of the season on United. The faces in the dugout may have changed, but the same problems persist for United on the field. The hosts were wasteful in possession, their build-up play was slow, and they lacked a clinical touch up front. last_img read more