ENDICOTT (WBNG) — The JTM Ruck Club held a Donut Rucking with the Cider Mill 5K & 10K this morning in Endicott. During their journey, the group made a stop at the Cider Mill to grab some donuts before finishing their ruck back at the Roundtop Picnic Area. Based out of Cortland, club founder Dustin Sherman says he wanted to do this event in a new place that he’s never been to. Participants carried backpacks weighing up to 20 pounds on their ruck, and some even chose to carry their children! Rucking is carrying around a weighted backpack or some other type of load from point A to point B, usually a significant distance. “I heard the Cider Mill was a nice place to go to,” Sherman said. “And why not? Change of environment and scenery.” Sherman also says he was grateful for everyone who showed up to participate today.
Reiner Schwinger, managing director at Towers Watson, said he was pleased by Schmidt-Narischkin’s joining the company.“He will put his many years of experience in client and provider-facing roles to good use, developing further tailored holistic products and services for Towers Watson,” he said.Deutsche said it had not yet appointed a replacement, but that Schmidt-Narischkin’s duties would be assumed by Alexander Preininger, global co-head of client solutions, in the interim. Towers Watson Germany has named Nikolaus Schmidt-Narischkin as its new director of consulting services.Schmidt-Narischkin, who in his new role will work to grow the consultancy’s presence in the German market, joined Deutsche Bank’s corporate banking business in 1990.In 2004, he was named head of DB Advisors’ pension solutions division, substantially growing the business in his time.Since 2008, he has been a board member at Deutsche Asset Management and, most recently, was head of EMEA client solutions at Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management – the new asset management business formed by the bank after the sale of several of its companies fell through.
According to a West Palm Beach police report, just before 8 p.m. Tuesday, at Lakeview Avenue and Quadrille Boulevard, he rode his bicycle through the crowd, confronted Deputy Police Chief Rick Morris and demanded the chief remove his uniform and fight.He also waved his arms, apparently to encourage other protesters to join him, shouting ”(expletive) the police,” according to the arrest report.A few demonstrators tried to block Couse’s arrest as several officers had to restrain him while he struggled with police.According to The Palm Beach Post, Couse may originally be from West Palm Beach, and it is unclear why or when he moved to Jacksonville. A Jacksonville man became the third person this week to be charged by West Palm Beach police with “inciting a riot,” after officers say he challenged the deputy chief to a fight and also mocked demonstrators Tuesday night.The “incitement” charge against 51-year-old Anthony Richard Couse III is a first-degree felony, which is punishable by up to 30 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. He is also charged with assault on an officer and resisting arrest without violence.Officers arrested four other people, including a juvenile, on Sunday evening. The charges range from resisting arrest to aggravated assault.Couse remained at the Palm Beach County Jail on Wednesday with his bail set at $151,000.