Concern over erection of huge telecoms mast in Bundoran

first_imgThe erection of a towering telecoms mast on the outskirts of Bundoran has upset locals.The 5G antenna was erected close to the graveyard.Locals claim the mast was erected without any public consultation and they are claiming the mast could have various health implications for locals. The mast is due to go live in June.A petition for the removal of the mast has been signed by more than 150 people already.The petition against the mast has appealed to locals to have their say.A spokesperson said “Because there is not gold standard research on whether 5G definitely does or does not negatively impact human health the local community and our children are the guinea pigs in an experiment we have no way of determining the outcome of. “If you would like to see the antenna removed before it goes live in June 2019 please sign and share this petition. Let’s send a strong mandate to the candidates in the upcoming election on what is important to the people of Bundoran.”The petition against the mast can be viewed at https://www.change.org/p/donegal-county-council-the-removal-of-the-5g-antenna-from-beside-the-graveyard-bundoran?recruiter=113247420&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=share_email_responsive&utm_term=petition_show&recruited_by_id=fb6ba713-7735-45ec-81c7-e024d3e22744Concern over erection of huge telecoms mast in Bundoran was last modified: May 7th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bundorandonegalfearshealthmastlast_img read more

Raiders report card: Grading Jon Gruden’s team after third loss

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceMIAMI — This is the kind of report card you take from the mailbox before your parents find it.The Raiders blew a third consecutive second-half lead, this time a 10-point advantage late in the third quarter than ended in an eight-point loss.Dolphins 28, Raiders 20 was the final score, but the numbers alone hardly tell the story of another Oakland breakdown that has Jon Gruden’s return reaching dangerous levels before …last_img read more

Ohio Cattlemen’s Association to host Cattlemen’s Camp

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) will be hosting their first annual Cattlemen’s Camp on October 15-16, 2016 at the Madison County Fairgrounds in London, Ohio. This educational, fun-filled weekend will be a hands-on opportunity for youth and their families to gain experience with their beef projects. Attendees are invited to bring their calf project along for on-site training to prepare for the upcoming OCA BEST show season.Saturday will begin with a session titled “More Than a Banner” provided in part with event sponsor, Weaver Leather Livestock, and the morning session will also host a Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) and showmanship seminar. A beef lunch will be provided to participants and their families that register before kicking off an afternoon of informative sessions including daily care of your calf including nutrition and a Cattlemen’s Skillathon Quiz Bowl competition among other activities. The evening will be kicked off with dinner, followed by tail-gating and big-screen televisions to cheer on the Buckeyes with your fellow campers.Campers will start Sunday morning off with a livestock evaluation and selection seminar presented by Hank LeVan, Ohio State University Livestock Judging Team Coach followed by washing their calves and preparing them for a day of clipping and fitting with Weaver Leather Livestock professional, Jon Gevelinger, from Texas. Participants will spend their day learning from one of the industry’s leading experts in daily care, fitting and showmanship. He will encompass all areas of the beef livestock project, both market animals and heifers and will be on-hand to answer questions one-on-one throughout the day.Sunday will conclude with a fitting contest comprised of teammates paired up at the camp. Winners of the contest will be provided awards at the end for their efforts and skills demonstrated. As an added bonus, all camp participants ages 8-21 will be entered into a drawing to win a new blower at the end of the Cattlemen’s Camp.Registration for the Cattlemen’s Camp must be submitted by October 1 and is $75 per participant; with family rates available. Participating families are able to bring their campers to the event for housing at a rate of $25 per night, electricity included. For more information regarding camping sites, contact 740-852-1654. Complete details regarding hotel accommodations and stalling cattle upon arrival will be updated at www.ohiocattle.org. For more information, contact the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association at 614-873-6736, emailbeef@ohiobeef.org.last_img read more