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“I’m absolutely gutted”: Alimentum’s head chef speaks out after restaurant has Michelin star deletedRestaurant team are still in shock after its Michelin star was deleted from the 2018 guideEmily Martin20:00, 3 OCT 2017Updated09:03, 4 OCT 2017What’s OnGet daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailHead chef and owner of Alimentum has finally spoken out after the restaurant lost its prized Michelin star in yesterday’s publication of the Michelin Guide 2018.The news came as a shock to the Cambridge food scene when Alimentum, based at 152 154 Hills Road, and which has has held a Michelin star since 2012, was listed under “Deletions”.Cambridge News contacted Mark Poynton, head chef and owner of Alimentum, for a comment. He said: “Michelin is an outstanding guide and one I have always looked up to in my 22 years in hospitality and I feel very privileged and proud to have had the fortune to hold a Michelin star for five consecutive years.”Without doubt I’m absolutely gutted,
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not just for myself, because it’s not just about me, but for the whole team and the 50 people we employ.Head chef and owner of Alimentum, Mark Poynton”When I heard the news yesterday it was a total shock, but now I have to pull myself together, brush myself down and get back to it.”I am going to come back from this stronger and better.”We are pushing Alimentum and The White Horse all the time to strive for bigger and better things and we always do what we can to give the customer the best experience possible.”There are plans to refurbish Alimentum in January and we also have a new head chef on board, Samira Effa.”I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everybody who has sent me their good wishes since yesterday (over 750 and counting so far).”It means a lot and is helping me and the team to get over this bad news.”After the shock news yesterday, Mark kept a low profile tweeting: “Think it’s best I stay off social media today, speak soon people.”But the restaurant industry was quick to express its support for Alimentum with friends and fans of the chef rallying to replying to his sombre tweet with a barrage of support and admiration.Market Bistro said Mark Poynton was an “inspiration”, who has “done so much to help the young chefs of the future”.
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Five people addressed Algood’s council vying for one of two open council seats at Monday night’s work session.

City Administrator Keith Morrison asked each person to verify that they had lived in the city at least a year. Four of the five also said they’d be willing to serve on any city boards or committees.

Tim McPherson said he’s lived in Algood for about 20 years and thinks there’s a lot of healing that needs to be done and the council should be a part of that. He also believes being busy helps folks heal and there’s plenty to do, from planning Algood’s upcoming bicentennial celebration to working on the new park.

“I think we need to heal this city, and I want to be a part of that,” McPherson said. “The community needs some outreach from the council, and I could help with that.”

Mayor Kirk Dyer said,”It’s been no secret it’s been nothing less than volatile here the last few months. That’s why we’re here, we want to give everyone the opportunity to help.”

Luke Hill said he’s new in town and wants to help out. He and his family moved to Algood from Memphis 18 months ago when he took a job as legal counsel at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Hill said he helps the CRMC’s board of trustees and has served on boards and commissions at the city and county level in Shelby County.

“I see a need and believe my background could meet that need,” Hill said. “If I can help, I’m happy to do so.”

Shawna Whitefield said she’d lived in Algood all her life. In that time she’s seen growth, and she’s excited about the new park. Whitefield said she’s worked for the town before and while she believes the town is hurting, it’s stable.

“I’m proud of Algood, I’m proud of you all,” Whitefield told the council. “I want to bring love, caring and integrity back to this town.”

Justin Grant said he’s lived in town since he was in the 7th grade. He’s now the pastor at the Church on the Hill. Grant said he believes his skills working with a congregation will help.

“I hope to see Algood do well,” Grant said. “I’d like to help if I can.”

Morrison also read a letter from Milburn Rogers, who couldn’t attend the meeting because of illness. Rogers has served on many committees in Algood, including the Independence Day and Christmas parade committees.
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“Our membership in the Mayo Clinic Care Network will serve to further enhance the level of clinical expertise that our physicians and our patients have access to,” said Gary P. Miller, president and CEO of St. Alexius, at a press conference held at St. Alexius’ Boniface Auditorium on Monday morning.

Dr. David Hayes, medical director of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, said the network is relatively new. Mayo Clinic began discussing the idea two years ago and the first network member, Altru Health System of Grand Forks, joined the network about a year ago.

There are a total of 10 network members, including St. Alexius, nine of which are within the Mayo Clinic Care Network and one in the Mayo Clinic Cancer Care network, he said.

Other network members include Altru Health System, ASU Health Services of Arizona State University and Kingman Regional Medical Center in Arizona, Dartmouth Hitchcock of New Hampshire and Vermont, Heartland Health of Missouri, NCH Healthcare System of Florida, NorthShore University HealthSystem of Illinois and Sparrow Health System of Michigan.

John Castleberry, St. Alexius board of directors chairman, emphasized that the collaboration is not an acquisition or merger.

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Hyder used the tool for the first time last week when a patient from Minot came to St. Alexius for a second opinion.

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Hyder submitted the eConsult to Mayo Clinic late last week and St. Alexius received feedback over the weekend. Hyder said he and the other neurologists were pleased to hear they were on the right track. Mayo physicians recommended a couple of additional tests to confirm the diagnosis, he said.

“For me, this was a classic example of a win win win,” he said. “Win for the patient, win for us because we have reassurance we are in the right track and a win for Mayo Clinic because that’s what they intended to do with this program.”

“We see this as a way for our patients to be served in their local community,” Miller said.

“We don’t expect to use it every day,” Hyder said, adding, “If there is a situation where we need to send a patient for face to face consultation (at Mayo Clinic), that of course we will do.”

The eConsults will be phased into St. Alexius, Hyder said. Over the next three months, all medical specialists will be trained to use eConsults. In the following six months, all medical and surgical specialists will be trained to use eConsults. Starting in July, St. Alexius Prime Care members will be trained, Hyder said.

Bartz said telemedicine has been around for several years and both St. Alexius and Medcenter One, prior to its merger with Sanford, have used it in the past.

“The concept of being able to consult electronically with another entity is not a new concept,” said Bartz. “What it sounds like is they’re formalizing that agreement with Mayo, which definitely gives them access to a lot of highly trained and skilled medical people.”Mayo Clinic also will provide St. Alexius with health care management consulting.

“I think that would be very useful to us,” Hyder said.

Sanford Health doesn’t have a formalized agreement with the Mayo Clinic but has worked with it in the past. Dr. Craig Lambrecht, president and CEO of Sanford Bismarck, said in a written statement, “We appreciate our historic relationship with Mayo as we have worked with and used technology to consult with them and various health partners for years to provide quality care and keep patients close to home.”

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“The decision by the Scottish people to remain within the United Kingdom, while deeply disappointing to many, will be welcomed by all those who believe that this country can continue to be an example of how different nations can work together for the common good within one state.

“This is a moment for reconciliation and healing not rejoicing or recrimination. Some of the wounds opened up in recent months are likely to take time to heal on both sides of the border.

“The historically close relationships that have existed between the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Church of Scotland and the Church of England and our long involvement in mediation have a contribution to make as our societies not only reflect on the lessons of the referendum campaign but engage in delivering the radical restructuring of the relationship between Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom for which commitments have been made.”

by Richard Halifax, Press. via The Press Association 9/19/2014 6:45:24 AM

Hollywood star Alan Cumming urged fellow Yes voters not to give up campaigning for more powers for Scotland following the defeat.

He tweeted this morning: “My YES friends, let’s turn our passion towards ensuring the Devo Max promises the Westminster establishment have made to us are delivered.”

He later added: “Yes still means something. Please try to remember that.”

The X Men actor, originally from Aberfeldy in Perthshire, had previously joined Scotland’s Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on the campaign trail for an independent Scotland.

by Richard Halifax, Press. 9/19/2014 6:51:39 AM

And Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood, whose party threw its weight behind the Yes campaign, said the status quo could no longer remain.

“Wales can no longer be a spectator in its own national journey,” she said.

“The Westminster parties made specific vows during the referendum campaign and in Wales the London parties have suggested a change of pace in terms of decentralising power to the people of Wales.

“Any offers to Scotland must be offered to Wales too. That’s the very minimum we should expect.

“Wales should not be treated as second class to Scotland.”

by Richard Halifax, Press. via The Press Association 9/19/2014 7:06:32 AM

He said: “The English are 86% by population of this Union. They’ve been left out of all of this for the last 18 years. We still have a situation where Scottish MPs can vote in the House of Commons on English only issues. I think what most English people want is a fair settlement.

“Mr Cameron this morning, as a last minute measure yet again, has decided to put William Hague in charge of a committee to try to cobble together a solution.

“We had better get a constitutional convention set up PDQ (pretty damn quick), so we can get the best constitutional brains in this country working on it. I don’t think William Hague and a committee can work this out. I think we need a proper, open debate.”

by Richard Halifax, Press. 9/19/2014 7:28:05 AM

Asked how English MPs could be given the ability to vote on English affairs without undermining the House of Commons, Mr Farage said: “My suggestion would be that we do it within that building, that we have days when Scottish, Irish and Welsh MPs are not in the chamber and not voting, so we have an English parliament and we do it within the Palace of Westminster. I think that rather than going to Shrewsbury and building a new building is the right way to do it.”

by Richard Halifax, Press. via The Press Association 9/19/2014 7:29:13 AM

The participation rate of 84.5% topped the previous best of 83.9% recorded in the 1950 general election and dwarfed the tallies in recent Westminster polls, which saw 65.1% vote in 2010 and 61.4% in 2005.

The total 3,619,915 will have included many voters who had never cast their ballot before or had stayed away from the polling booths for many years.

The poll also marked a historic breakthrough by allowing 16 and 17 year olds to vote in a national election for the first time something which campaigners including Labour shadow cabinet minister Jim Murphy said should be extended to general elections.

by Richard Halifax, Press. via The Press Association 9/19/2014 7:30:13 AM

Turnout was elevated across Scotland as the electorate engaged enthusiastically in what both sides described as a “once in a generation” opportunity to shape the future of their nation.

But particular highs were recorded in East Dunbartonshire (91%), East Renfrewshire (90.4%) and Stirling (90.1%).

Relatively fewer people went to the polls in the urban strongholds where Yes Scotland was relying upon large numbers of supporters to turn out, such as Glasgow (75%) and Dundee (78.8%).
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