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Everything You Need To Know About The New Han Solo Actor

In 1977, viewers were introduced to George Lucas’s vision of a galaxy far, far away. Lucas was an expert in world-building, and he peopled his galaxy with characters who quickly became legends. One of the greatest legends was Harrison Ford’s Han Solo, the lovable scoundrel who bragged about the speed of his beloved Millennium Falcon.

Over 40 years later, moviegoers are about to learn Han’s backstory. Lucasfilm has recruited Alden Ehrenreich (Hail, Caesar!) to play the part of the young Han Solo. He’ll be joined by Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian, Joonas Suotamo as Chewbacca, and Emilia Clarke as a new character called Qi’Ra. The movie will be set between the first two Star Wars trilogies, and will reveal how Han became the cocky, roguish hero fans know and love. But who is Alden Ehrenreich, and why do Lucasfilm believe he’s the right man to play the part?

Related: Solo: A Star Wars Story

Read more at: https://screenrant.com/han-solo-movie-actor-alden-ehrenreich/

Are you making these assumptions about disease monitoring?

Like humans, animals get sick despite the large effort to protect the herd. While no one wants to battle a disease outbreak, unfortunately very few livestock producers can say they never, ever fought that fight.

Managing animal health is a full-time job, monitoring the herd every day. It takes time to walk each pen to check each pig, but it is an essential job that could catch a health issue early. While observation easily detects some herd health issues, others are requiring utilizing diagnostic tools to identify or confirm potential problems. Along with monitoring the pigs daily, the hog farms should establish a baseline for herd health; a significant task to complete with your herd veterinarian.

Still, despite all the effort, disease can come out of nowhere. And in the midst of animal health problem, it can often feel like a crime scene investigation. Piglets are down for the count or worse, under

Read more at: http://www.nationalhogfarmer.com/business/are-you-making-these-assumptions-about-disease-monitoring

Police seek information about identification found with remains – Herald

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — The Morgan County Sheriff’s Department on Friday released the name and photograph of a male on an identification card that was found with human remains discovered in Berkeley Springs, W.Va., this week.

The name on the identification is Jose E. Castillo.

Morgan County Sheriff K.C. Bohrer said in a news release that Castillo may or may not be the identity of the deceased, but the department is asking the public who may know the male on the identification card to contact the law enforcement agency.

The remains were found Wednesday afternoon in a wooded area off Fairfax Street behind a Berkeley Springs residence that has been used as a religious retreat, Bohrer said Thursday.

The remains are being taken to the West Virginia Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Charleston for examination.

In addition to the identifying information, police also found a green sweatshirt, blue jeans and plaid Hanes boxer

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Police seek information about identification found with remains … – Herald

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Actor Hill Harper speaks about community involvement

Energy was at the nucleus of a conversation author, actor and philanthropist Hill Harper had with parents, guardians and the community Friday morning.

“The elastic of school funding, teacher quality, the atmosphere in school, culture, energy, language; the No. 1 determining factor of a young person’s performance in school is parental engagement and involvement,” Harper said to a packed room.

Harper, who portrayed a coroner on the CBS drama, “Crime Scene Investigation: New York,” and now has a role as a physician on ABC’s “The Good Doctor,” spoke as part of the School District of Philadelphia’s celebration of Family Engagement Month highlighting familial engagement in student education. “A Conversation with Hill Harper,” was held at district headquarters, 440 N. Broad St.

Harper, who adopted a son earlier this year, said involvement in a child’s life doesn’t have to come from a biological parent.

“It’s about an adult individual taking accountability about what is going

Read more at: http://www.phillytrib.com/news/actor-hill-harper-speaks-about-community-involvement/article_0b78b603-58a2-54f6-af05-462fe221aae5.html

Luis Toledo trial: Ex-lover testifies about final conversation before Deltona mom disappeared

ST. AUGUSTINE — Kevin Dredden testified on Thursday that the last time he talked to his lover, Yessenia Suarez, she sounded stressed and her speech was slurred.

Dredden, who had an affair with Suarez, testified he last heard from Suarez when the phone call ended at 1:03 a.m. on Oct. 23, 2013. The mother and her two children, Michael Otto and Thalia Otto, have not been seen or heard from since.

Dredden testified he got a text from Suarez’s phone about six hours later at 7:02 a.m.

But by then, the mother and her two children were dead, according to investigators. Her husband, Luis Toledo, is accused of killing them.