Brian Dean Hackney, 60, of Orleans

first_imgHe is survived by two daughters, Rebecca Sweet (Adam) of Paoli and Dustin Austin of Bedford; four grandchildren, Serenity, Bert, Alivia and Kip Dean; one sister, Lynn Bradley (Tracy) of McCormick, SC and one brother, David Carr of Judah.He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Allen Hackney.The funeral will be June 4, 2019 at 11:00 AM at the Ochs-Tetrick Funeral Home in Orleans with Reverend Michael Williams officiating. Burial will follow in Mitchell Cemetery.Friends are invited to visitation at the funeral home on Monday from 4:00 until 8:00 PMOnline condolences may be sent to the family at Brian Dean Hackney, 60, of Orleans, passed away May 31, 2019 at his home.He was born October 15, 1958, the son of Fred Hackney and Nancy (Lawson) Carr-Kenny.He was employed at JSI in Orleans.  He was a member of the Labor’s Union Local 741 in Bloomington.  He was a graduate of the Mitchell High School class of 1976.  He also enjoyed doing automotive paintlast_img read more

Mickey’s Pantry Closes Up Shop and Gives Way to The Spice and Tea Exchange

first_imgShare This!A few changes have taken place at Disney Springs recently, one of which is the removal of Mickey’s Pantry. This quaint shop used to share space between Mickey’s Pantry (selling kitchen wares and specialty Disney snacks) and the Spice and Tea Exchange.Now the entire space is dedicated to the Spice and Tea Exchange – a boutique where you can purchase gourmet spices and teas. If you’re staying in accommodations with a kitchen, it is sometimes nice to pick up some spices and teas to make while on vacation, or certainly as gifts. The Spice and Tea Exchange has locations all over the country. Have you ever stopped in?Spice and Tea Exchange Disney Springs MarketplaceSpice and Tea Exchange Disney Springs MarketplaceSpice and Tea Exchange Disney Springs MarketplaceSpice and Tea Exchange Disney Springs MarketplaceSpice and Tea Exchange Disney Springs MarketplaceSpice and Tea Exchange Disney Springs Marketplacelast_img read more

Auburndale baseball pulls past Newman Catholic

first_imgAuburndale finishes Marawood South season with 6-6 recordBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterAUBURNDALE — Auburndale took advantage of eight walks to knock off Wausau Newman Catholic 11-8 in its Marawood Conference South Division baseball finale Thursday at Auburndale High School.Newman (2-12, 1-11 Marawood South) led 7-0 after 1 ½ innings before Auburndale (7-9, 6-6 Marawood South) got its offense rolling.The Apaches scored six times in the second inning, tied the game at 8-8 after three, and pulled ahead with a run in the fourth and two more in the sixth.Cody Steins was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, and Cooper Krings scored three times for the Apaches.Auburndale will play at Amherst in a WIAA Division 3 regional quarterfinal on Tuesday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of 11, Cardinals 8Newman Catholic 251 000 0 – 8 9Auburndale 062 102 x – 11 5Newman statistics not provided.WP: Paul Willfahrt.SO: P. Willfahrt (4 inn.) 5, Caleb Weinfurter (1 2/3 inn.) 2, Cooper Krings (1 1/3 inn.) 2. BB: P. Willfahrt 0, Weinfurter 2, Krings 2.Top hitters: A, Cody Steins 2×3, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Krings 3 runs; Mason Kollross 2 runs.Records: Wausau Newman Catholic 2-12, 1-11 Marawood South; Auburndale 7-9, 6-6 Marawood South.last_img read more

South Africa celebrates sporting victory

first_img17 November 2014 The Boks beat England by 31-28 at Twickenham in London on Saturday, 15 November. (Image: SARU)It was a weekend of wins for South Africa’s finest in Durban, London and Perth where Bafana Bafana, the Springboks and the Proteas all claimed victory.Starting with a crucial game for Bafana Bafana against Sudan at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Saturday afternoon, new captain Dean Furman revelled in “one of the proudest moments” of his life by leading the team to qualification for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.Shakes Mashaba’s side beat Sudan 2-1, with goals in each half from Thulani Serero and Tokelo Rantie placing Bafana Bafana in the top spot in Group A. In winning a spot in Equatorial Guinea, the team paid tribute to their late captain, Senzo Meyiwa, who was shot dead on 26 October. A moment of silence was held by the 30 000-plus crowd before kickoff.“We dedicate that win to Senzo,” said Furman, who was only named captain of the squad on Friday night. “He was in our minds the whole week. It was an incredibly emotional week. The spirit in the camp has been high and I was lucky enough to be selected the captain by the coach, but I can tell you now there’s many leaders out there on the pitch. For me it was probably the biggest honour and one of the proudest moments in not just my career, but my life, to lead my country,” Furman added.The Doncaster Rovers midfielder is based in England.Before his death, Meyiwa, who was also Orlando Pirates’s goalkeeper, took the country to the brink of qualification with clean sheets in the four group matches in which he had played.With 11 points, Bafana Bafana cannot be caught by either second-placed Nigeria or Congo. Their final qualifier is against Nigeria in Uyo.Just as Bafana’s game ended, the Boks took on England at Twickenham in London, where they have not lost to the hosts since 2006. And Saturday’s game was another win at 31-28, taking the Boks’ unbeaten lead over England to 12 games. It was a welcome showing following their humiliation by Ireland in their last match.And then, on Sunday at the Waca in Perth, the Proteas made a sound comeback with a three-wicket victory in the second one-day international (ODI) against Australia, following Friday’s loss in their first ODI against the hosts. They thrashed Australia by three wickets with more than 22 overs to spare. Paceman Morne Morkel crushed the Australians, who were all out for just 154.The third ODI will be played in Canberra on Wednesday.A fine sporting weekend was wrapped up in Joburg on Sunday, where Namibia’s Till Drobisch saw off a strong field to secure his Momentum 94.7 Cycle Challenge maiden victory in the men’s race. Marianne Vos of the Netherlands, uncontested as the greatest cyclist of her generation, won the women’s race. The annual race had a tougher new route that toured the history of the City of Gold, and over 30 000 riders, a record number of entries for the race.SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

Containers and Security: Complexity Makes it Easy to Overlook Problems

first_imgAmir Jerbi, co-founder and CTO of Aqua Security, told InformationWeek that “vulnerabilities in container images — running containers with too many privileges, not properly hardening hosts that run containers, not configuring Kubernetes in a secure way — any of these, if not addressed adequately, can put applications at risk.” Is container security a problem? Not really. But the nature of containers mean that container security needs to be done carefully and early in an implementation. Container and non-container security issues that arise are actually not so different. For example, one of the biggest problems in both types of environments is simply ignoring security, like keeping default security permissions. But the complexity of automated environments that use containers mean that if security of the underlying components aren’t properly configured, they can cause problem that are harder to find and much harder to correct later. Richard Henderson, head of global threat intelligence for Lastline, said that “containers, while a boon to many developers and IT organizations, are just as susceptible to bugs and vulnerabilities as any other technology tool or platform. Keeping that in mind, it means we have to keep our eyes open for threats targeting the underlying products we’re using and make patching a critical imperative. Attackers waste no time exploiting issues that are disclosed.”last_img read more