Month: June 2019

The Physical Therapy Clinic in Lincoln, NE, Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance, Celebrates Their 9th Anniversary in June

The Physical Therapy Clinic in Lincoln, NE, Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance, Celebrates Their 9th Anniversary in June

The Physical Therapy Clinic in Lincoln, NE, Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance, Celebrates Their 9th Anniversary in June
Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance is proud to announce their ninth year anniversary of peak services in Lincoln, NE.

Lincoln, NE – Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance is the premier physical therapy facility in Lincoln, NE. Over the last nine years, their facility has provided premium quality services which have been designed to meet all the rehabilitation and fitness needs of clients in and around the area. Having made a mark over their years of service, Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance is proud to announce their ninth year anniversary of peak services in Lincoln, NE.

Celebrating their ninth year of establishment and premium quality services in June, Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance has over the years combined their knowledge, expertise, experience, and skills to ensure that clients get the best services. As part of their aim to ensure that their client’s physical therapy needs are met, their facility boasts of the most comprehensive outpatient facility in Lincoln, NE. Their outpatient facility is staffed with physical therapists, strength and conditioning coaches, certified STOTT Pilates® instructors, massage therapists, athletic trainers, and personal trainers.

In their nine years of physical therapy and sports performance services, Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance has been able to design services and approaches that cover the full continuum of care, from injury prevention to injury rehabilitation, to fitness enhancement.

“All of us at Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance consider every patient part of our Peak Physical Therapy family! We are completely committed to your health and well-being, and we provide a supportive, encouraging, and caring environment as part of our commitment to your success! You will notice the difference from the traditional physical therapy clinic from the very first day you spend with us.”

In their nine years of exceptional quality physical therapy and sports performance enhancement services, Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance has expanded on their continuum of services to better cater to the needs of their clients. As a valuable part of the Peak Performance family, their team is dedicated to providing an exceptional experience to clients, and as such, offers a wide range of physical therapy services including therapeutic exercises, manual therapy, therapeutic modalities, strength training, sport specific training, and cardiovascular conditioning. 

The physical therapists at Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance also offer Knee rehabilitation and shoulder rehabilitation services to clients who have been involved in accidents, post-surgical rehabilitation needs or sports injuries.

Aiming to provide holistic physical therapy services, Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance additionally offers massage therapy for promoting relaxation, decreasing stress and muscle tension, and also to improve recovery from injuries.

Other services which Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance has expanded into over their nine years of practice include Kinesio Taping, Graston Technique, Pilates Graston Technique, Dry Needling, ACL Prevention Programs, Golf Enhancement, Pilates, Personal Training, and Sports Performance Programs.

Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance is located at 8901 Andermatt Dr #105, Lincoln, NE, 68526. For inquiries, contact their team via phone at (402) 423-7325 or send online inquiries via email to Visit their website for additional information regarding their services.

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Contact Person: Jeff Booher
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Phone: (402) 423-7325
Address:8901 Andermatt Dr #105
City: Lincoln
State: Nebraska
Country: United States

SHELA – Self Help Employment Link App – to be launched for the benefit of employers and candidates

The entire process of employment is a cumbersome task for parties at both ends. While candidates struggle to create CVs that project them as the best option, recruiters are flooded with a plethora of resumes and have to sift through them all to find the right person for the job or they just leave it to artificial intelligence (AI). The entire process is extremely long and not always fruitful for both, candidates and recruiters. To overcome the inconveniences of the system a new app called SHELA is being launched on Kickstarter. The funding goal has been set at $8881. SHELA stands for Self Help Employment Link App and brings with it a synergy of AI and human components.

The app has been designed to provide candidates and employers with a shared platform to navigate through the entire process of job hiring making both parties active searchers. Candidates can browse through an entire catalog of jobs and apply to their dream jobs easier than ever before. The app automatically creates a CV for users as they sign up, though they can also upload their own CVs or other documents easily. An outstanding concept introduced by SHELA is the use of a PVR – Personal Video Resume, in addition to a conventional CV. This 90-second video allows for candidates to give prospective employers an insight into their personality, highlighting characteristics that may not be apparent on their CVs. The entire application process is made convenient and less emotionally taxing as applicants are constantly notified about the progress made by their applications.

On the other hand, SHELA also stands as a great boon for recruiters who can make better selection decisions due to the app’s in-built features. They can create an elaborate profile for their company to attract the best candidates. SHELA also provides recruiters with the opportunity to have a better understanding of the applicants by viewing their video resumes. Scheduling interviews and other communication is also made easier by the app’s inbuilt chat feature. Eventually, the use of SHELA for the entire recruiting process increases productivity and saves a whole lot of time and resources that companies can use for other kinds of development. Having an interface that is well planned and extremely easy to use and understand is another great advantage of the software.

SHELA is a result of the creators observation of the relevance of the internet in all spheres of life. SHELA becomes an internet-based saviour that ensures that the entire selection process is personality oriented and helps find better fits for jobs that are essential to a company’s working. To support the project and to find out more about the perks available for supporters, visit their Kickstarter campaign page.

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Company Name: Shela Limited
Contact Person: Ged Alexander
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Country: United Kingdom



Omni Shipping Services, Inc. has proudly announced that it has recently released a new version of their cloud-based mail management platform. The updated software will help the leading online shopping and shipping intermediary to provide better services to its users. Based in Florida, Omni Shipping Services operates nationwide across the United States with its growing network of shipping agents and it is taking the concept of worldwide shipping to the next level. Worldwide shipping is on the rise and since the dawn of e-commerce age, new startups are born each day across the globe.

“With this new and updated version of our cloud-based mail management software, our aim is to offer improved services to our growing number of users from around the world, who can now keep a track of each shipment online.” Said Anette Brown, while talking about the updated cloud-based shipping platform. “Our experience covers the e-commerce, retail, and shipping sectors and we have a highly skilled in-house team that is dedicated to serving our valued clients from around the world,” Anette added. The new software has updated features and a dashboard that is easy to operate by ordinary users and this user-friendly interface is getting a welcoming response by the growing network of users.

In addition, Omni Shipping Services ships and handles transactions for all types of products ranging from clothes and electronic devices to sporting goods and much more. The company is enabling people from around the world to buy American products and get them shipped anywhere in the world. Founded by Joaquin Galarreta Bolia, the company is all about serving its customers from around the world with quality services and its state-of-the-art cloud-based mail management platform enables its users to know exactly where their shipment is and what is its current status.

Another major advantage of this remarkable service is that it enables online shopping community from around the world to shop American products online directly from the United States on cheaper and discounted rates. Moreover, the shopping and shipping platform is also accommodating emerging e-commerce startups worldwide because the e-commerce sector is one of the fastest growing industries around the world. Furthermore, the platform also enables its users to save time, money and effort while ordering online, particularly in larger quantities. Each shipping agent of Omni Shipping is well trained and since the network of these agents is spread nationwide, the platform makes it possible for its users to shop from anywhere in the United States.

For more information, please visit the website at:

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Company Name: Omni Shipping Services, Inc.
Contact Person: Annette Brown
Phone: +1 (813) 226-5402
Address:1703 N Tampa St, SUITE 11
City: Tampa
State: FL 33602
Country: United States

Chris Norton’s Next Step

ALTOONA, Iowa — An Altoona native who suffered a spinal cord injury while playing college football in 2010 continues to inspire others.

“We`ve discovered our life`s lowest moments can be the source of our greatest gifts,” said Chris Norton.

Norton was a freshman at Luther College when his life changed forever on the football field. “If I could go back and change that play, I wouldn`t change it because I found a life worth living for and a purpose,” he said.

He suffered a spinal cord injury, leaving him paralyzed from the neck down. Doctors gave him a three percent chance of moving anything below his neck again. He pushed himself to beat the odds, spending four hours a day doing therapy in the gym. Four years later he walked across the graduation stage with help from his then fiancée Emily.

Three years after that, he walked seven yards down the aisle with her at their wedding. “That moment was just a celebration of us sticking together side-by-side,” Norton said, referring to the moment that was covered by media outlets around the world.

Now side-by-side, the Florida-based couple embark upon parenthood. “On the way here a flight attendant asked, `Are these your sisters?` I`m like no, they`re not my sisters, they`re my kids. They`re like, ‘oh, wow,'” said Chris.

Emily, 26, and Chris, 27, adopted five girls within the last year. Four are sisters ages three to ten and a 20-year-old, who Emily had mentored when she was in high school.

“Whitley called us when she was 17. She had nowhere to go, and she asked if we would be her foster parents. There were no families here in Iowa that would take her because on paper they were too scared. She had been in trouble. Just with all the struggles she went through, she went down a really bad path. So, she called us saying they’re going to put me in juvie, or a group home until I age out when I’m 18. So, we decided we’d become foster parents for her, and we just absolutely loved it. So, we continued in Florida where we live and have fostered 17 kids now up to this point.”

Chris said, “I was really scared at first, especially opening your house up to kids you don`t really know yet, the uncertainty. I think about my limitations being in a wheelchair, but I`m so thankful Emily gave me that push that I needed because it`s been the best thing we`ve ever done, and they`ve been a blessing to us.”

Their biggest goal right now is to focus on their kids. “Really trying to raise them and speak life into them every day and to help them know how special they are,” said Emily.

They also have a goal of inspiring others. Chris is a motivational speaker and has a foundation that recently hosted a free camp for people in wheelchairs. The Chris Norton Foundation has raised about $1 million to help those with spinal cord injuries and neuromuscular disabilities.

The couple also wrote a book together called “The Seven Longest Yards.” It’s about their love story, which helped Chris take those impossible steps and Emily overcome her own challenges. “We just hope people are encouraged to keep going during the dark moments, the moments where you feel like giving up and quitting because we`ve had so many of those moments,” said Chris.

“No matter what you`re going through, there`s always hope and that you can get through it, and that God can take those terrible things that have happened to you and turn it into something great and something beautiful, and something where you can give back, and have more purpose than you thought you ever could,” added Emily.

Chris doesn’t spend as much time in the gym doing therapy as he did before. He said he is busy with his motivational speaking and being a husband and father. “That`s what drives me. I`m completely content being in a wheelchair and where I`m at. I`m hopeful for the future, but I can live the rest of my life exactly where I`m at, and I know that,” he said.

“The Seven Longest Yards” comes out July 9. You can get an autographed copy early. They are hosting two conversations with Chris + Emily Norton in Iowa. Both are free, but you need to reserve a spot in advance.

The first official book signing is Monday in Decorah, which is home of Luther College where Chris was injured. It’s from 7-8:30 at Carrie Lee Elementary Auditorium. You can reserve your seat at

The second is Tuesday, July 2 at 7 p.m. at the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts. You can guarantee a seat by sending your name, address, and number of requested seats to

A feature documentary about his story called “7 Yards: The Chris Norton Story” is expected to debut in 2020.

‘We are blessed’: Herriman family of 9 thanks community after losing home in fire

HERRIMAN, Utah – Returning to their burned up home a day after a fire rendered it uninhabitable, a family of nine is thanking the community for their generosity and support.

“I just wonder how long it will take to get the smoke smell gone,” Jessica Farnsworth laughed as she stood next to her husband, Jeremy.

Walking around the charred remains of their Herriman home, you wouldn’t guess Jeremy and Jessica Farnsworth would be in such good spirits.

“Yup, it is overcooked,” Jeremy laughed.

“I told all of my friends, if you have not bought me a present yet, I will be providing a list of things that I would like for my birthday,” Jessica joked.

Just one day ago, the trees near their home caught fire. It quickly spread to a nearby shed, the heat eventually igniting their home.

“It was unbelievably fast,” Jeremy said. “The whole roof was basically done in less than ten minutes, it was gone.”

Jeremy said he was outside with some of their seven children while Jessica was inside with the rest.

“One of my kids ran around and said one of the trees was on fire, and that just started us running around in panic,” Jeremy said.

Jeremy said they immediately got everyone out of the house and started to do what they could to stop the fire from spreading.

“We were trying to run hoses to stop things from spreading, but there was little we could do,” Jeremy said.

Unified Fire Authority had more than 40 people on the ground within minutes, but the fire and water damage destroyed most of the Farnsworths’ belongings.

“That Honda motorcycle!” Jessica gasped upon realizing what all burned up in the shed. “Oh my gosh, that was my great uncle’s.”

Their home is now uninhabitable, leaving them, their seven children (ranging in age from 7 months to 11 years old), two rabbits and a dog without a home.

“This is one of those things where we don’t get to pick our trials,” Jeremy said. “I’m sure this is something we’ll look back at and say, ‘Man that was such an awesome growth experience.’”

Now in the burned aftermath, they aren’t sad.

“It’s just stuff in the end, what are you going to do? I have my family, that’s what makes a home. It’s just stuff,” Jessica said.

Instead, they feel blessed.

“We’ve had nonstop people, people that we don’t even know,” Jessica paused for a moment, overwhelmed with emotion. “We just keep having people offering, ‘What can we do, what can we do.’”

The Farnsworths believe this fire brought the community together. While it was happening, strangers and friends worked to dry off pictures and sentimental things that were salvaged, others rushed over to try and help put the fire out.

“We didn’t leave here until 10 o’clock because people kept stopping by and giving us hugs, giving us gift cards and just handing us cash, saying, ‘We love you, tell us what you need, we’re here for you,’” Jessica said.

“They’re just the nicest, kindest people,” said their neighbor Dante, who organized a GoFundMe page for them. “They would never ask for anything themselves.”

Jessica said they’ve even received diapers, wipes and food for their baby, as well as blankets, pillows and pajamas for the kids.

“I’ve had offers of beds, of tables, of chairs, of couches, I can’t keep up with the response,” Jessica said.

Each neighbor, hug and donation brings more support than the couple could have ever imagined.

“Even if they don’t know us, they know this is sad,” Jessica said. “And then once they find out you have seven kids … they think it’s even sadder. But it’s just the blessings that we’re getting — it’s amazing.”

It’s that support that they believe is turning their tragedy into triumph.

“It just tells me that there are so many good people in this world, and I think we forget that with all of the bad things that happened,” Jessica said. “Yeah, my house burned down, but that shouldn’t be the story — the story should be about all of these people that are helping us.”

“We’ll be back and we’ll rebuild, because there’s no better place to be than right here,” she said with a smile.

The Farnsworths do not know how the fire started. Unified Fire Authority is investigating.

A fundraising page that a neighbor set up for the family can be found here.

At G20, Trudeau highlights plight of Canadians in China, but details scarce

OSAKA, Japan – Justin Trudeau kept his cards close to the vest Saturday as he wrapped up this weekend’s high-stakes G20 meetings in Japan, acknowledging Canada’s protracted impasse with China but offering few details about the ongoing effort to liberate the two Canadians caught in the crossfire.

The arrest in China of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor – victims, from Canada’s perspective, of a three-way diplomatic standoff rooted primarily in a dispute between the United States and Beijing – came up in sideline talks with President Xi Jinping, the prime minister said before jetting back to Ottawa.

But Trudeau would say little else about what he called a “challenging moment” for Canada, and it remained agonizingly unclear whether U.S. President Donald Trump had made good on his promise to raise the issue in his own bilateral meeting with Xi.

“I think it was important that I have an opportunity to have face-to-face discussions with President Xi on this issue,” Trudeau said. The two did not formally meet, but were spotted having discussions on the margins of the gathering – “constructive interactions,” in the words of the Prime Minister’s Office.

“We take the situation of the two Canadians detained in China extremely seriously, and it was important we have those exchanges,” Trudeau added.

One of the Canadian government’s strategies going into the meetings was to rally support from other G20 countries during the two days of talks, and the PMO said Friday that Canada received “broad” support from its European partners on the matter.

But it was Trump’s commitment to confront Xi about Kovrig and Spavor, secured during Trudeau’s meeting with the president last week in the Oval Office, that was widely seen as the first real hope for progress in what has evolved into an intractable conflict. Tensions with China have been on the rise since December, when Canada detained Chinese high-tech scion Meng Wanzhou at the behest of the U.S. government.

Meng, the chief financial officer of telecom titan Huawei Technologies, is facing charges in the U.S. of violating sanctions against Iran. She is free on bail but under partial house arrest in Vancouver as she awaits an extradition hearing; the detention in China of the two Canadian citizens, which happened less than two weeks later, is widely considered an act of retribution.

“Many of our allies around the world have been highlighting the situation of the two Canadians detained in China and we are confident that the (U.S.) president also brought that up, but you’ll have to ask him for details,” Trudeau said.

But in his own post-G20 press conference, marked by a reboot of stalled trade talks between the White House and Beijing, Trump didn’t explicitly mention Kovrig and Spavor. Huawei, which the U.S. and other countries see as a potentially serious threat to national and global security, did come up – but not Meng.

“That was not discussed,” Trump said. “We did discuss Huawei, but we didn’t discuss her situation.” Huawei would have to be the last issue discussed in trade talks with China, he added.

Trump said existing U.S. tariffs would remain in place against Chinese imports while negotiations continue, but that additional tariffs he’s threatened to slap on billions worth of other Chinese goods will not be triggered for the “time being.” He added that the U.S. and China would restart stalled trade talks, saying, “we’re going to work with China where we left off.”

The U.S. has imposed 25 per cent import taxes on $250 billion in Chinese products and is threatening to target another $300 billion – a move that would extend the tariffs to virtually everything China ships to the U.S. China has lashed back with tariffs on $110 billion in American goods, focusing on agricultural products in a direct and painful shot at Trump supporters in the U.S. farm belt.

A central point of friction between the U.S. and China is the decision by the Americans to deem Huawei as “incompatible” with its security interests and that of its allies. But that appears to have taken a back seat to the newly rekindled efforts to secure a trade agreement – a development that likely has farmers, exporters and financial markets exhaling with relief.

Trump, who said he has “become friends” with Xi, said he intends to allow U.S. companies to sell their products to Huawei, but he was not yet willing to remove the company from a trade blacklist.

The U.S. president also had his first face-to-face sit-down with Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman since the U.S. intelligence community concluded that the crown prince directed the grisly murder of Washington Post columnist and American resident Jamal Khashoggi last year.

Trump, who referred to Prince Mohammed as his “friend,” has long sought to minimize the crown prince’s role in the murder and has been reluctant to criticize the killing of the royal critic at a Saudi consulate in Turkey last year. Trump views the kingdom as the lynchpin of U.S.’ Middle East strategy to counter Iran.

In a wide-ranging news conference after the summit, Trump called the killing of Khashoggi “horrible,” but said Saudi Arabia had “been a terrific ally.” He suggested he was satisfied with steps the country is taking to prosecute some of those involved, while claiming that “nobody so far has pointed directly a finger” at Saudi Arabia’s future king. U.S. intelligence officials have concluded that bin Salman must have at least known of the plot.

Trudeau for his part acknowledged attending a G20 session on empowering women that was also attended by bin Salman, whose regime – initially seen as progressive on the issue of women’s rights – has since been widely criticized for detaining activists and backsliding on human rights issues in general. He said he raised Canada’s concerns about Khashoggi and human rights.  

Trudeau noted that next year’s G20 summit will be held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.

“Since they are hosting next year, there is an opportunity for them to demonstrate the reforms they have begun to undertake and move quicker on that, and that Canada certainly hopes there will be forward progress.”

– With files from The Associated Press

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Kristy Kirkup, The Canadian Press

Post offices-closures – and now Businesses – view fight

post offices-closures not only annoy the population. Also traders in rural areas suffer. “For the industry, it is a Problem that the Post degrades more and more services – the prices increased,” says Martin Hofstetter (41) has reported the VIEWS.

Hofstetter responds to the VIEWS of the article about the two elderly women who fight back against the closure of the post office in Muotathal, SZ. “We are also in the valley aegerital, two hill, have been struggling with the same “Post-care” to”, wrote the entrepreneurs from Unterägeri ZG.

Suddenly, the shipping takes five days,

Hofstetter is editor-in-chief of the “Ägeritalers”, a magazine for the whole valley aegerital in the Canton of Zug. In the latest edition of the industrial Association turns to the valley aegerital an open letter to post office chief Roberto Cirillo (48). The Artists air make, it more complex is to leave the magazine due to the Swiss Post distribution. “In the past, we were able to deliver the magazine on the day before and the day after it was distributed in all households. The distribution lasted for a reorganisation of the Post suddenly four days longer. Four!”

“Later, the Post has introduced the so-called promopost-Tool. This with the purpose that we are Working Artists for the Post must apply”, rants to himself. Since then could not be operated all the inhabitants in Oberägeri with the magazine. “And the postal service takes five days,” stresses Hofstetter.

But it gets even better: “Now there is even talk of a closure of the post office in Oberägeri, although its viability, and the population in the valley grows.” The commercial club stands up strongly against the closure, he says.

in support of the Petition is growing

“We need to discuss in the trade Association, if we make the post-Closure Moratorium support,” says Hofstetter at all. Because, according to him, it would be welcome that the closing would be exposed to solutions, to the policy of Post to provide clear guidelines for the receipt of important post in the country regions do.

The trade Union Syndicom launched on Friday, the country-wide Petition . You want to make in policy pressure, so this makes the Post clear requirements, to make a further post reduction in by the yellow giant.

For the case that the Federal politicians, in spite of the pressure from the population and businesses of the Post which can continue to offer, consider trade Union circles are not, a people’s initiative to secure today’s post to launch a network.

On Monday the Parliament discussed about the Post

On inquiry, the Post tells you to take the national Petition to the attention of. To fulfill today with all statutory requirements and will continue to do so in the future. “The Post is and the post office network is offering to the future,” says the yellow giant, also. This is so that the Post “may provide the basic service mandate continues to be in high-quality, commercially viable”.

on Monday the Post is a topic in the relevant Council of States Commission. Since the members of Parliament relating to the post could network law requirements for the yellow giant initiate, the are designed to meet the needs of the regions of the country.

Peasant uprising in Meggen LU – view

the giant noise in the tranquil Meggen LU: Locals staged a protest yesterday with cowbells against the closure of the pig farm of the peasant Kaspar Hofer (58). The farmer fears for his existence, because his farm is too close to the residential zone. He has his operation up to 31. In may 2020, set (VIEW reported).

For 300 years the Hofer breed pigs. Your Knowledge of the animals they inherited from Generation to Generation. Now, however, the family threatens the financial Ruin. Due to a dispute with the new neighbor. This built in 2016 next to a Villa with a large turnaround at the best location.

The living happiness seemed perfect. Stupid only, that the Newcomers disturb the smell of the pigs. He complained – with success. The minimum distance from the stable to the living zone is by law too small. The organic pigs are 38 meters close to the Villa. For the authorities the case is clear: The animals have to go.

“You look to those who have more money,”

However, some Locals think otherwise. Also, Pascale Duff-Egli (48) in view of Meggen with the Protest. “To me these unfair laws to disturb,” she says to VIEW. “So that conflicts are fomented, and at the end you look to those who have more money.” She speaks with a clear voice: “The neighbor knew where he draws. The Stall has been there longer than he! I want to work to ensure that the pigs be allowed to stay.”

As the former farmer Theo Koch (64) thinks. “The whole story hurts me very much,” he says. “This family has a great cohesion, which is today, unfortunately, rare.” A existence must you get: “The 20 organic pigs, which are allowed on a green pasture. The animals are happy and get no antibiotics.” The Ex-farmer complains: “Unfortunately, the state does not look here for the small farmers, but the great millionaire.”

Restrained Patrick Rohrer (40), of the March along with the cow-bell group organised itself. “We want to find not guilty,” he says. “But our solidarity with the Hofer family show. Maybe we can generate donations in order for a new pig barn that can be built in a different place.”

donation in the view

put a Little money also Marco Leuenberger (34) wants to contribute. The administrative Secretary has travelled from Schaffhausen to Meggen. “It is terrible, as here, traditional values are shaken,” he says. “Today, there is hardly room for the farmers. In Switzerland, thanks to the agriculture major.”

bauernhofer distributed after the protest March Cider, bacon, and bread to the participants. He is impressed: “It’s good to see that you have people in the back.” Next week, he wants to meet with the municipality and seek a solution. Nevertheless, he remains skeptical: “Because of the smell, no chickens or Cows on my farm well.”

10 dead in Texas private plane crash

Ten people died Sunday when a private plane crashed into a hangar at an airport in Addison, Texas, according to a town spokesman.

Ed Martelle told CNN that a private plane was leaving the airport and veered into the hangar before bursting into flames Sunday morning shortly after 9 a.m. local time.

All ten people on board died, Martelle said.

The plane was scheduled to fly from Addison — which sits about 15 miles north of Dallas — to St. Petersburg, Florida, Martelle said.

The fire department was just 220 yards from the crash, he added, so the response was immediate and the fire in the hangar was extinguished.

The identities of the victims had not been released Sunday afternoon.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said on Twitter it was sending a team to investigate the accident. A statement from the FAA said the agency was also en route to Addison to investigate.

CNN has reached out to local authorities for additional information.