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Formula 5 Announces Extensive Spring Tour Dates

first_imgFormula 5, Upstate New York’s funk jam band, has announced a riveting tour across the Northeast for the Spring. The four-piece from Albany will be stopping in Vermont, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, and Connecticut throughout the run, performing alongside some talented musicians throughout.Between a five-night residency at Nectar’s to shows with Teddy Midnight, Gubbilidis, The Jauntee, Strange Machines and more, this is one tour you won’t want to miss. This band can seriously play! Check them out covering Phish’s “Sand” with Goose’s Rick Mitaronida on guitar from last week, February 20th, at B.R.Y.A.C in Bridgeport, CT.The full tour schedule can be found below, with tickets and more information available here.Formula 5 Spring Tour DatesMarch 2 – Nectar’s, Burlington, VT ^March 9 – Nectar’s, Burlington, VT !March 16 – Nectar’s, Burlington, VTMarch 19 – Madfest, SUNY PotsdamMarch 23 – Nectar’s, Burlington, VT &March 25 – Rock n Roll Resort, Kerhonksen, NYMarch 26 – Putnam Den, Saratoga Springs, NY #$March 30 – Nectar’s, Burlington, VTApril 1 – Funk n Waffles, Syracuse, NY #April 6 – Mexicali Blues, Teaneck, NJ #April 16 – Stella Blues, New Haven, CT %April 20 – The Hollow, Albany, NY @April 23 – The Monopole, Plattsburgh, NYApril 29 – King Neptune’s, Lake George, NY %May 5 –B.R.Y.A.C., Bridgeport, CTMay 6 – Stone Church, New Market, NH +^ with The Jauntee* with Zach Rhoads Trio! with The Original Q& with Gubbilidis# with Teddy Midnight$ with Loveport% with [email protected] with Dr. Jah and the Love Prophets+ with Strange Machineslast_img read more


Endicott woman reflects on job with Maines Paper and Food Service

first_imgBack in March, Davis was laid off. “Honestly, in comparison to other jobs that I’ve had yes, it was something that I very much enjoyed,” she reflected. “There are worse things that can happen, I mean I could be sick, I could have a family member that was sick, you could have a family member that you lost due to the pandemic.” “It was par for the course for a pandemic,” she explained. Gwen Davis was approaching a year working for Maines Paper and Food Service Inc. on the Broome Corporate Parkway in June of 2020. Davis added she may go back to school and pursue a degree in meteorology. Then, Monday, she learned she wouldn’t be coming back. However, she was left with some hope for a return, explaining she was told, “If it does come down to it we will bring you back once everything has cleared up.” And, is thinking of those in a more difficult situation than her own. “I’d rather this happen now, than a few more months down the road thinking oh hey great I’m going to get my job back and then find out oh really I’m not.” Contrary to her circumstances, however, Davis is choosing to view her situation as glass half-full. (WBNG) — An Endicott woman reflected on her job with Maines Paper and Food Service amid recent employee changes instituted by the company. Davis said she’s looking at her circumstances as an opportunity for something new. “You have more than enough time to go ahead and build something new in the time period of this pandemic.” “Don’t get me wrong, I love the company, I love working for them, it was a very positive atmosphere, it was family-like, I would have preferred to have a call or a letter saying that yes it was an official termination, instead of it just kind of appearing on my Facebook feed and saying hey breaking news, Maines is, there was more than what met the eye basically,” explained Davis.last_img read more


Ivy Tech-Lawrenceburg releases 2018 Spring Dean’s List

first_imgLawrenceburg, In. — More than 250 students were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2018 semester at the Ivy Tech Community College Lawrenceburg campus and Batesville site. The college names to the Dean’s List any degree-seeking student who has accumulated 12 or more earned credit hours, is enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours during the term involved, and earns a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.The following students, listed by their hometowns, were named to the Dean’s List.Aurora: Brian Berry, Sara Black, Cheyenne Bogenrief, Jordan Busse, Angela Carnes, Sydney Caswell, Robin Drew, Karisa Good, Logan Grubbs, Logan Huddleston, Brittany Hudson, Megan Irwin, Heather Knotts, Matthew Lafollette, Alexandria McClanahan, Autumn Meierle, Justin Metzger, Shayla Peters, Allyson Pruiett, Bethany Roberts, Jason Rogers, Jonathan Sanders, Daisy Santana, Montana Sechrest, Ashley Sedler, Zachary Sparkman, Jesse Terrill, Robyn Williams, and Samuel Williams.Batesville: Andrew Allen, Jalin Bailey, Kristen Bedwell, Lacie Bowling, Jessica Cooper, Rebecca Craft, Angela Doll, Catherine Duerstock, Jennifer Geers, Merissa Gerdowsky, Elizabeth Hartman, Laura Jordan, Jessica Karafin, Tiffany Kurtz, Raymond Lecher, Katlyn Lowe, Sarah Massey, Tia McConnell, Cassidy Molnar, Edwin Perello, Olivia Putnam, Kayla Riehle, Luke Schwegman, Rebecca Spurlock, Jennifer Walker, Branden Wolter, Nicholas Back, Chad Brackman, Dillon Brackman, Andrew Hilton, Kimberly Klingerman, Samantha Lecher, Nicholas Schneider, Clarence Shupe, Rachel Urban, and Benjamin Wanstrath.Bedford, Ky.: Macy Mitchell.Bennington: Natalie Newman.Brookville: Jenna Anderson, Taylor Chaffee, William Lay, Daniel Smith, Ashley Bolser, Jeffery Tincher, and James Weidner.Burlington, Ky.: Kyana Clippert and Adam Dye.Connersville: Amy Creech, Charles Osborn, and Michael Webber-Fowler.Dillsboro: Cara Hesselbach, Bryant Housemyer, Cheryl Pepple, and Darrell Woodall.Fairfield, Ohio: Austin Asher.Florence, Ky.: Andrew Flaugher.Friendship: Danielle McGee.Ghent, Ky.: Jessica Adams.Greendale: Meagan Back, Kyle Callahan, Dustin Cappel, Nicole Dell, Morgan Dicken, Bradley Dietrich, Timothy Hollan, Chamonie Horn, Nile Jones, April McAlister, and Andrew Simmons.Greensburg: Megan Buening, Victoria Chambers, Nicole Foster, Bryan Ray, Chasity Rose, Amy Shook, Lynn Trenkamp, Draven Hall, Bradley Lunsford, Karen Mirick, Sarah Newman, Lisa Pulskamp, and Shalan Shamblin-Krekeler.Guilford: Alan Finck, Marissa Johnson, Jennifer Jung, Ryan Murtaugh, and Jared Stewart.Hampton, Va.: Adam Smith.Harrison, Ohio: Samantha Blackwell and Jacob Bonfield.Hebron, Ky.: Phillip Chase and Steve Cox.Holton: Amber May and Rebecca Robbins.Indianapolis: Darrell McClary and Dustin Minth.Laurel: Lisa French.Lawrenceburg: Ashley Abbott, Shirley Baker, Leyna Barnes, Mark Buschle, Matthew Childers, Jacob Clark, Jackson Crane, Hayley DePue, Isaac DePue, Kaitlyn Duff, Shelbea Eckel, Erin Edwards, Breanna Fields, Katlyn Flynn, David Haneberg, Andrew Ingram, Kayla Irwin, Meghan Jones, Connie Kestermann, Megan Kinnett, Steven LeCount, Hannah Lopez, Kimberly Lorton, Joel McAdams, Sonia McBride, Dylan Messmore, Abigail Meyer, Gregory Morton, Ashley Munt, Katharine Murray, Amy Payne, Reyna Poppe, Kyle Rader, Bobbi Ray, Megan Roland, Stephanie Rutherford, Jeremy Schoenberger, Samantha Schwier, Jillian Seiwert, Haylie Smallwood, Joshua Smith, Rebekah Smith, William Smith, Joshua Snelling, Marti Stevens, Timothy Studer, Bettina Thompson, Chloe Wenger, Michael Wilson, Michael Windholtz, Christopher Wooddell, and TyRon York.Madison: Allyson Blakemore and Amanda Chatham.Metamora: Cody Deerberg and Emily Denning.Milan: Lauren Barlag, Grant Depoy, Bryan Forwalt, Brooke Hildebrand, Daniel Holt, Sealey Hyatt, Amber Johnson, Daniel Leinberger, Hannah Roth, Rachel Sexton, Kaitlyn Smith, and Stephanie Turpin.Moores Hill: Nicole Ball, Michaela Billman, Dylan Chase, Angel Dilbeck, Irene Dornbach, Amy Fryman, Samantha Getz, James Hardig, and Skylar Lane.New Albany: Hannah Watkins.North Bend, Ohio: Hailey Siefert.Osgood: Kiersten Abel, Lisa Back, Taylor Carroll, Justin Cizek, Grace Clifton, Katelyn England, Bridget Miller, and Liberti Stenger.Patriot: Kelsi Amer.Rising Sun: Brandon Benning, Jennifer Clark, Karsen Cook, Carla Jones, Jennifer Jordan, Robert Louden, Nichole Lozier, Barbara Tague, Mason Uhlmansiek, and Shaina Watson.Rushville: Robert Hancock.Sunman: Leah Cook, Shawn Fox, Audrey Ganahl, Cailey Lee, Kari Lemons, Samantha Richter, Morgan Wachter, Michael Kilby, Kayla Legendre, and Wade Volk.Union, Ky.: Neal Inskeep.Versailles: Zachery Barrett, Ranae Cole, Joanne Curran, Donald Emery, Joshua Presley, Kimberly White, and Shelby Wood.Vevay: Derrick Keith, Hailee Lay, Ashley Rea, Robert Thompson, and Trey Bradshaw.West Harrison: Natosha Arrowood, Jeffery Borson, Mathew Boyd, Madeline Buescher, Clayton Castle, Kayla Hauser, Sydney Johnson, Christopher Long, Samantha May, Sarah Moorehead, Anthony Shackelford, and Jeremy Wagner.last_img read more