Updated 10:30 am CDT, Tuesday, May 14, 2019 BAYPORT, Texas (AP) — Texas health officials have advised people not to fish or eat seafood from parts of some Houston-area bays as cleanup continues following last week's tanker and barges accident and toxic leak. An official with the Texas Department of State Health Services on Tuesday said the advisory involves portions of Galveston and Trinity bays. Spokesman Chris Van Deusen says water sample results are pending. The agency closed private oyster harvesting areas in Galveston Bay following Friday's collision along the Houston Ship Channel near Bayport. The accident involved a tanker, a tugboat and two barges, including one leaking about 9,000 barrels of a gasoline blend stock into the water. Coast Guard spokesman Greg Beuerman (BEER'-man) said Tuesday that cleanup continues using booms and skimmers. The Houston Ship Channel fully reopened Monday afternoon. … [Read more...] about Officials warn of fish from some Texas bays after accident
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Viet Nam News HCM CITY — Dried fish making villages in the Mekong Delta are entering their peak production season ahead of Tết (Lunar New Year), which falls on February 5 this year. They produce various kinds of dried marine and freshwater fish and shrimp, with snakeskin gourami, tra and shrimp being their specialities. In Cà Mau Province, Cái Đôi Vàm Village in the town of the same name has increased production since the 10th lunar month to ensure it can meet the demand. Đoàn Thị Thanh Trang, whose family has been making dried fish for nearly seven years, said the village’s dried fish producers are operating at full capacity now. “My family is increasing production to two or three times the normal volume.” Nguyễn Văn Kha, vice chairman of the Cái Đôi Vàm Town People’s Committee, said making dried fish is a very old occupation in … [Read more...] about Mekong Delta dried fish making villages busy with Tết production
Dave Birkett Detroit Free Press Published 8:00 AM EST Dec 29, 2018 Five questions with Lions offensive guard Frank Ragnow: What's your New Year's resolution? “New Year’s resolution? I don’t know. Eat a little less sugar. I’ve kind of let myself go. I don’t know. "(I eat) any sort of sweet possible, any time of the day. That’s sort of the problem. So maybe cut out those late-night cookies or something," What's the biggest butt-chewing you've ever gotten from a coach? “Oh man, probably in basketball. I used to get my fouls pretty quick. I was very passionate about it all and I’d get mad. Like there was one game where I said I can’t even play this game, everybody's too soft and I started freaking out. And he laid into me saying all this stuff about how I was selfish and all this stuff. It wasn’t good. "I’ve been all right my whole career (in football), so I haven’t really gotten anything. I … [Read more...] about Detroit Lions OG Frank Ragnow vows to eat less sugar
By Susana Guerrero, SFGATE Updated 4:00 am PST, Saturday, December 1, 2018 Patrons fill the dining room of a San Francisco restaurant. Click on the slideshow ahead to see why San Franciscans are bad diners. Patrons fill the dining room of a San Francisco restaurant. Click on the slideshow ahead to see why San Franciscans are bad diners. Photo: Amy Osborne, Special To The Chronicle Photo: Amy Osborne, Special To The Chronicle Image 1 of / 23 Caption Close Image 1 of 23 Patrons fill the dining room of a San Francisco restaurant. Click on the slideshow ahead to see why San Franciscans are bad diners. Patrons fill the dining room of a San Francisco restaurant. Click on the slideshow ahead to see why San Franciscans are bad diners. … [Read more...] about Do we need etiquette courses when it comes to eating out in San Francisco?