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A WINDEMERE martial arts club will reopen its doors to young students and will once again welcome the public to the mat from February 22, 2022. Led by Sensei Smith, 1st Nunchaku World Champion of the United Kingdom Paris 2019 and 6th degree black belt in Ju-Jitsu, reopens the Kesshin Kai martial arts school. Located …

Marine PFC Robert (Ignatius) Kuropatwinski of Los Alamos at his graduation Jan. 28 in San Diego. Courtesy picture Marine PFC Igaitius Kuropatwinski visiting the Los Alamos Daily Post World Headquarters on February 6 to talk about his journey to becoming a Marine. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com By CAROL A. CLARKLos Alamos Daily [email protected] Originally …

Billy Fuqua grew up in Peru, but he would hesitate to call himself Peruvian. Her parents had moved to the country from the United States, and eventually her family moved back to Los Angeles. But he didn’t feel 100% American either. It’s an experience Jon Free, Fuqua’s colleague at now-shutdown Tasty n Sons, understood very …

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) — Students and teachers at the Laurel Magnet School of the Arts got a lot going on Tuesday. The school participated in the “Move 2 Learn” program. Coach Larry Calhoun showed the kids and their teachers some moves to do in class. He says that sometimes moving helps a child regain focus. …

In a recent special edition, National geographic did a deep dive in the blue areas. Blue Zones include five different communities around the world that are known to have the highest concentration of residents over the age of 100. These areas, studied in depth by author Dan Buettner, include Ikaria in Greece, Okinawa in Japan, …

The reputation of traditional Japanese cuisine as one of the healthiest cuisines in the world precedes it – and for good reason. Why does Japan have the lowest obesity rate in the developed world and why do its people live longer than everyone else? The secret is in the food and how it is consumed. …

FILE PHOTO: People wearing protective face masks, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, walk along the Kokusai-dori in the prefectural capital Naha, on the southern island of Okinawa, prefecture of ‘Okinawa, Japan, October 25, 2021. Picture taken October 25, 2021. REUTERS/Issei Kato TOKYO — A Japanese government panel on Friday issued a request for the …

Edwin Loren Mastin, of Detroit Lakes, MN passed away peacefully on Saturday December 25, 2021. Born April 6, 1938 to Virgil and Elsie (Eckenrode) Mastin in Frazee, MN. Edwin is survived by his children; Loren (Trish) Mastin of Mound, MN, David (Tana) Mastin of Cambridge, MN, Marie (Sam Frost) Skoblik of Bluffton, MN, Lynn (Ron) …

LeRoy James Chandler, 93, of Grand Forks, passed away peacefully at his home on Sunday, December 19, 2021. LeRoy was born on May 2, 1928 in Caledonia ND, son of Arthur and Mary (Smith) Chandler. He attended school and graduated from Caledonia in 1947. LeRoy joined the US Navy and fought in the Korean War …

97-year-old Navy veteran from Butte Falls receives medallion for service in WWII Jamie Lusch / Mail TribuneRoy Schnurr receives a ‘Greatest Generation’ cake and gold medallion in recognition of his WWII service on Tuesday at his 97th birthday party. Jamie Lusch / Mail TribuneA gold medal for ‘The Greatest Generation’ went to Roy Schnurr. His …

A victim of abuse at home as a teenager, Jermaine Ferguson said he found solace from teachers within the walls of Marysville schools.“School was a place of safety and refuge for me,” Ferguson said.As a new member of the Marysville School Board, Ferguson said he wants all local students to experience that sense of safety …

Russell woods, Associate Professor of HMS Ophthalmology and Associate Scientist at the Schepens Eye Research Institute of Mass Eye and Ear, was awarded the Low Vision Research Award 2021 of Research to Prevent Blindness and the Lions Clubs International Foundation. The award is designed to serve as a catalyst to launch whole new lines of …

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION FUTENMA, Okinawa, Japan – Professionals from Global Tekijuku Business School attended a brief and tour Nov. 18 hosted by the U.S. Marines with the Pacific Marine Corps facilities on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan. Col. Neil Owens, G-7 deputy chief of staff, government and external affairs, Marine Corps Installations …

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa – Japan Engineer District, US Army Corps of Engineers once again partnered with Department of Defense educational activity to deliver 21st century construction in elementary school groundbreaking ceremony by Killin on November 10. This ceremony saw the fifth and final ribbon cutting for the district this month with four of five projects …

Jason Knuckles served in the US Marine Corps for 23 years before enrolling in the UofL Music School. From a musician in the United States Marine Corps to studying jazz performance at the UofL School of Music, Jason Knuckles, senior, has had quite a musical journey. Knuckles, from Atlanta, served in the Marine Corps as …

Sushi and burritos don’t usually mix well, but Pensacola Sushi and Hibachi Chef Sutthinan Suphanniam thinks the hand-held option is perfect for his new food truck, SUT-SHI in Pace. Moving from dishwasher to chef, Suphanniam has imbibed knowledge of Japanese cuisine over the years to make the dishes his own throughout his journey to launching …

Faced with severe coral damage and parking issues, government experiments with limiting recreational use of Okinawa Blue Cave Cape Maeda is a popular spot for divers and welcomes many international visitors (July 27, 2017, Maeda to Onna. Photograph taken by RC helicopter) October 22, 2021 Ryukyu Shimpo On October 21, the Okinawa General Office announced …

For many high school students in the United States, college is out of the question. They don’t have the funds to register. Sure, they can take out loans, but most don’t want to spend the rest of their lives paying it off. However, there is a solution. A few years of service in the military …

“It is remarkable that we are seeing similar patterns in coral reef systems around the world,” said one scientist. (photo: Pixabay / j981511225) Photo: Pixabay / j981511225 Ecosystems are delicately balanced biological arrangements, and the disappearance of even seemingly minor species within them can have serious repercussions. A case in point, scientists say, is the …

Technology. Sgt. Herman “Tre” Mackey III is the perfect role model for Airmen training to be officers at Fairchild Air Force Base, according to his friend, Senior Master Sgt. Larry Nahalea. “Every aviator from this base who becomes a non-commissioned officer (non-commissioned officer) will walk the halls with his name on this building,” Nahalea said. …

About 20% of all babies born in the United States receive supplemental formula during their first few days of life.1 Although they can be exclusively breastfed later, a new study raises questions about how early exposure to cow’s milk protein could help shape future allergies. The study, published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical …

Everyone thinks about the fountain of youth from time to time. How do you make life last longer and, more importantly, how do you ensure that life is of good quality over the years? People in the Blue Zones may have the answer – and part of that has to do with their diet. It’s …

Like many would-be journalists, Rachel Kersey was very interested in storytelling. Kersey, the Beaumont Company’s new government reporter, said from an early age that she had two distinct attributes: She loved to read and she asked lots of questions, no matter how bold they were. “My mom thought, ‘Wow, she’s not scared, she’s a natural …

Hatoba now serves a Hawaiian-style menu from Katsuya Fukushima. Photograph by Veronika Sabiridrissi The leader of the Daikaya group, Katsuya Fukushima, grew up eating Hawaiian food as the “military man” of a third generation Hawaiian father of Japanese-American descent. Although he was born on a base in Okinawa, Japan, near where his mother was from, …

CAMP KINSER, Okinawa, Japan – Sixteen Okinawa mess hall foodservice specialist Marines came to compete in the Quarterly Foodservice Specialist competition at Camp Kinser Mess Hall on June 16. The two-day competition began with a written and oral exam where Marines are judged on their military appearance, knowledge and attitude. The second part of the …

You are what you eat and if you want to live to be 100 years old then you might want to start eating the right foods. So where to start ?Blue zones are regions of the world inhabited by some of the oldest and healthiest people on the planet. The areas, discovered by Dan Buettner, …

When it comes to food, we all have our favorite brands. Our loyalty to these marks makes it easy to spot the logos associated with them in television shows and cartoons, although some of these marks are modified due to legal rights. For example, McDonald’s is a staple fast food restaurant known around the world, …

CAMP FOSTER, OKINAWA, Japan – U.S. Marines moved quickly through the kitchen with speed and intensity, demanding precision and technique when handling meals. Although the cooks remained focused on the task at hand, they also made sure not to lose sight of other necessary tasks. It was a well-calculated symphony of cooking chores that came …

When the Marines with the 1st Battalion, 2nd Marines, arrived at Kadena Air Force Base in Okinawa, Japan for a unit deployment program cycle, they were prepared for a necessary two-week movement restriction period. to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. They knew that at least for two weeks they would miss out on the …

The fence between the American base Camp Schwab and Henoko, Nago in Okinawa is decorated with panels opposing the relocation of the base. Credit: Wikimedia Commons / Vitalie Ciubotaru Advertising Last week marked the first anniversary of the landfill of the planned relocation site for Futenma Air Force Base on the Henoko Bay coastal area …

Americans are still trying a wide range of techniques to lose weight. But the key to successful weight loss can be found halfway around the world in Okinawa, Japan. Okinawa is one of the blue zone regions of the world, or exceptional hotspots where people live extraordinarily long and healthy lives. I began exploring and …

(CNN) – Don’t expect to find yakitori in a typical Okinawan restaurant. Or sushi. Japan’s southernmost prefecture has its own unique food culture, the result of both its location and its complex history. The islands that make up Okinawa were once part of an independent state called the Ryukyu Kingdom, which ruled from the 15th …