Confirmed Jerome Boateng in talks with PSG

first_imgBayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has announced that Jerome Boateng’s representatives have begun talks with Paris Saint-Germain over a summer transferThe German defender has been with the Bavarians for the past seven years and has made a total of 258 appearances in all competitions and has gone on to win 14 trophies.But, prior to the start of the World Cup last month, Boateng revealed that he is currently in the process of considering what next due to the fact that he is now 29.“I’ve experienced everything at Bayern. We’ve won everything there is to win in club football,” said Boateng in June.“And a footballer’s time is limited. I don’t have to kid myself, it’s not 10 years for me any more. But I’m convinced my body has more to give, that I can still improve as a player and play at the highest level for a good few years yet.“I’ve slowly come to the point where I’m asking myself: What haven’t I achieved yet? Do I want to keep proving myself at the same club with the same old objectives? It’s not just about feeling a certain way in one place.”RB Leipzig, Bayern Munich, Robert LewadowskiMatch Preview: RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 RB Leipzig will have the chance to prove their title-winning capabilities when they host Bayern Munich today at 18:30 (CET).And now Rummenigge has announced that Boateng’s agents have entered discussions with PSG.“At the moment there is no direct contact between the clubs. But there is contact between his agents and PSG,” said Rummenigge, according to Sky Sports.“We have to wait, if we could find a basis for a transfer. Now we have to wait and see whether, at the end of the day, we find a basis on which we can agree on a transfer.“We have to find a transfer fee that would be acceptable for both.”Manchester United have also been linked with a move for the 29-year-old with Jose Mourinho understood to be seeking a new centre-back for the third summer in a row.last_img read more

Mourinho Man Utd are improving

first_imgManchester United boss Jose Mourinho is certain that his squad has improved ahead of tonight’s Champions League opener away to BSC Young BoysMourinho’s side ended a run of back-to-back defeats on Saturday by ending Watford’s 100% start to the season with a 2-1 win at Vicarage Road.Now United will face a new challenge in the form of Swiss side Young Boys in their Group H opener of the Champions League.Speaking ahead to the encounter, Mourinho insists that his team have made progress over recent weeks.Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Vidic, Manchester UnitedVidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.“I think we are improving. We have found a balance in the team, especially with the competitive attitude,” said Mourinho at a pre-match press conference.“We are creating plenty of chances, we are changing how we attack opponents and protect ourselves in situations.“Two difficult matches, both away, and we have six points. I am happy but I was happy after Tottenham – not with the result but with what I saw. We felt as a team that match was the beginning of our improvements.”United are currently in eighth place in the Premier League standings.last_img read more

Robertson denies a nervous Liverpool

first_imgThe Reds footballer says the team is still thinking on lifting the English Premier League title at the end of the season.Liverpool has dropped seven points in their last five matches in the English Premier League.And yesterday they drew 1-1 against West Ham United, making many people question if they can last in first place to lift the title.The Reds are currently in first place of the table but Manchester City is dangerously close now.“I wouldn’t say nerves are showing, did anyone say that when Manchester City picked up no points at [Crystal] Palace and Leicester?” Liverpool player Andrew Robertson told Sky Sports.“I don’t think they did.”“A lot of people talk about pressure because we’ve not been in this position but it’s February,” he explained.“Everyone needs to relax and try to enjoy the run-in. I’m sure many other teams would want to be in the position that we’re in now.”“Nerves aren’t showing in the changing room. It’s been two poor results and poor performances – that happens during a long season,” he said.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“We might look back on [the draw with West Ham] as a good point.”“We need to get back on track by winning games and playing better football,” Robertson continued.“We can’t worry about Manchester City. They’re in a good moment just now, we’re having a wee blip and just need to try and get over the line in a couple of games.”“Divock [Origi] had a chance in the 92nd minute [against West Ham] and if that goes in we’re talking very differently, but we keep going, we dust ourselves down,” the footballer said.“There is still a long way to go.”Andrew Robertson, the best in the business…Agree? ➡️— Premier League (@premierleague) February 4, 2019last_img read more

Now for the weekend TCI calendar…

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBlue Haven Resort’s grand opening weekend begins on Friday at Salt Bar & Grill with the ‘Blue your mind’ party, on Saturday and Sunday there will be beach volleyball, an art & craft fair, opening of Fire & Ice lounge and a beach soccer tourney.Friday evening Paradise Arts hosts an art show at the gallery in Grace Bay.Saturday morning, there is a clean-up of the Bight and Grace Bay with TCI Shines and the Tourist Board to wrap up TEAM; volunteers will meet at the Bight Park and Tropicana Plaza at 6:30am.Saturday and Sunday the 12th Sandals Resorts Star Awards takes place at the French Village, where top travel agents will be rewarded.Saturday night will also be for fashion as the JerritJermell spring collection will be unveiled at Club Pillows. The North Caicos designer Jermell Wiliams, said he was inspired by the TCI waters with this line.Sunday, the Kiwanis Club welcomes residents to down town Provo for the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting concert and gift giving ceremony it starts at 7pm. Related Items:calendarlast_img read more


first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 11 Dec 2014 – Opposition Leader Sharlene Robinson calling on the Church to be more assertive in the role of integrity in public life. Speaking on Anti-Corruption Day, Hon Sharlene Robinson said and I quote: Moral uprightness has not occupied the place of prominence it used to in time past and this must see a reversal. Our upbringing was based on solid Christian principles – the tenants of our faith taught us to honor God, to respect authority, to be honest in our dealings, to work honestly for honest pay, respect self and others and to be firm in our moral stance. We must return to this foundation. The Church, our most valued partner must play its role in nation building and must join front in center in ensuring that we uphold this tradition. Not all traditions should be abandoned and the determination to ensure that our children attend Sunday School, Bible Class or Children’s Ministry, Youth Group Ministry and Church cannot be ignored if we want integrity to become the bedrock of prosperity and posterity for these Islands. Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Related Items:anti-corruption day, church, sharlene cartwright-robinson Premier attends town hall meetings Attorney calls on UWI to honor TCI leaderslast_img read more

Grace Bay Foundation gets song of gratitude from Ianthe Pratt Primary

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 03 Jun 2015 – This is what gratitude sounds like [LISTEN TO NEWS BREAK AUDIO JUNE 3 – AN EDITION] Ianthe Pratt Primary going the distance to not only give tearful testimonies on the gifts they have received over the years from the Grace Bay Club Community Foundation but creating a song to show appreciation as a recipient of the Foundation’s generosity. Not the biggest turn out the Foundation has ever seen, but the super star prizes offered for this year’s Silent Auction & Raffle held at the Grace Bay Club brought bodacious bids. Dr. Carlton Mills, heads the foundation and talent development for GBR. “…for those schools to operate, to help facilitate the teaching and learning process. One other thing that we do is that we involve our guests in the schools; our guests contact and ask us what they can bring down and just recently we had a travel agent who donated $1,000 and another set – four of them – they brought a suitcase of school supplies.” Recommended for you Mingle for a Cure Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppcenter_img Related Items:grace bay club foundation, Ianthe Pratt Primary School Grace Bay Club Community Foundation set for big weekend fundraiserlast_img read more

PDMs Broken Promises – first 100 days full list

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, March 31, 2017 – Providenciales – Clink on bottom link for a  full list of what Royal Robinson calls “PDM Broken Promises” in regards to their firs 100 days in office.PDM Broken Promises in first 100 Days in Office#PDMBrokenPromises#PDMfirst100daysinoffice Related Items:last_img

Pennant I scored my Arsenal hattrick with vodka in my stomach

first_imgJermaine Pennant revealed how he scored his only Arsenal hat-trick while hungover from partying the previous nightThe 35-year-old winger started out his playing career with low-league English side Notts County before being signed by Arsenal for £2m in 1999.After a string of loan spells, along with the occasional appearance from the bench, Pennant grew accustomed to his unfavourable circumstances at North London during the 2002/03 season.But following Arsenal’s shock 3-2 home defeat to the struggling Leeds United at Highbury, Pennant was handed his first Premier League start the next game with the Gunners’ title hopes now over.And Pennant responded brilliantly with a first-half hat-trick as Arsenal secured a 6-1 win over Southampton – in what was the first game of their historic 49-game unbeaten run.Speaking on the event 15 years later, Pennant revealed a little secret that manager Arsene Wenger had no clue about.“I’d been out the night before and had a big night, because I really didn’t think I would be playing, never mind starting the game,” Pennant told FourFourTwo.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“I’d never started a game for Arsenal and I didn’t think that’d change, especially as Robert Pires, Freddie Ljungberg and Ray Parlour were all in the squad. I was guaranteed to be on the bench.“I thought, ‘Sod it’, went to an FHM party and got home at around 6am. I couldn’t believe it when I saw my name in the starting line-up!“I was still so hungover when I was playing; I just did everything in my power not to embarrass myself.“I can’t believe I scored. It was just a huge relief – I thought, ‘OK, you can take me off now.“Please, Arsene!’ I felt so sick and I could feel the vodka still bouncing around in my stomach. You could smell it on my breath, too.“I did OK to score a hat-trick: it shows I had talent, though it helps when you’re playing with Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira. That was the first game of Arsenal’s 49-game unbeaten run.”last_img read more

Dummett positive ahead of United clash

first_imgNewcastle United left-back Paul Dummett was gutted to concede a late goal at Watford in their 1-1 draw but says he’s optimistic of facing United in the next game.Newcastle United were well on their way to their third away victory in the Premier League this season after Rondon Salomon gave them the lead in the 29th minute.But eight minutes from time, substitute Abdoulaye Doucouré scored to salvage a point for Watford.The Magpies face Manchester United next on Wednesday, and Dummett fancies their chances against the Red Devils as they look to put the disappointment of the Watford game behind them.“After leading for so much of the game, working hard as a team and defending well, for them to score in the 82nd minute is really disappointing,” Dummett told“The manager said before that every game is a cup final – we wanted three points, but every point we take is another point on the board.“They had a lot of the ball in the first half before we scored our goal. They had a lot of possession in the second half, as well, but they didn’t really cause us much of a threat until their man got free in the box and they scored.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“It’s disappointing not to hold out and pick up the three points, but we have to be positive and move on to the next game.“Last season, we beat Manchester United and went on a bit of a run after that, and hopefully we can achieve the same as that this season.“They’ve got a new manager and they’ve won a few games, so their confidence will be high coming to play against us.“But, I think Manchester United have always found it hard playing at St. James’ Park against us.“We’ll be doing our best to try and take points off them – hopefully three – and hopefully kick on the same as we did last season.”last_img read more

SANDAG executive director announces retirement after report claims inaccuracies in revenue projections

first_img Posted: August 8, 2017 SANDAG executive director announces retirement after report claims inaccuracies in revenue projections SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The executive director of SANDAG — Gary Gallegos — has decided to retire. This comes after a scathing report on his administrative team making seriously mistaken projections on the revenue generated by a failed Measure A. The report found that his team knew of the inaccurate projections, failed to come forward quickly, and failed to be transparent about the half cent sales tax projections.Now he is retiring, claiming with the investigation concluded, his work is done.”I apologize for not announcing the news sooner – I wanted to discuss the announcement with board leadership. I was able to do that today,” Gallegos said.Gallegos has overseen SANDAG for 16 years. His retirement will occur before the year ends.  August 8, 2017center_img , Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Eight puppies rescued from Hurricane Harvey now available for adoption

first_img March 7, 2018 Elizabeth Alvarez Posted: March 7, 2018 Elizabeth Alvarez, Eight puppies rescued from Hurricane Harvey now available for adoption Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, Pet Adoption FacebookTwitter 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsOn Saturday, March 3rd, 38 orphan puppies, flown in from shelter partner – Operations Pets Alive – based in Houston, arrived at Helen Woodward Animal Center to begin their search for forever families.On Wednesday the first of these rescued puppies became available for adoption.Last weekend’s arrival of the puppies into McClellan Palomar Airport (assisted by Cloud 9 Rescue flights), signals continuing efforts between Helen Woodward Animal Center and Operation Pets alive to alleviate the growing orphan pet problem exacerbated by Hurricane Harvey’s destruction in September 2017.Although the Houston area works to rebuild, the intense damage left in the storm’s wake will take years to remedy, leaving damaged shelters and foster homes unusable. Added to Harvey’s wreckage, are the less stringent Texas spay & neuter ordinances, leading to more homeless southern puppies born on the streets.Operation Pets Alive and Helen Woodward Animal Center began their work together in the midst of the hurricane and are delighted to work together on the latest efforts to get Houston puppies to brighter futures on the west coast. last_img read more

San Diego faces housing crisis

first_img Posted: January 29, 2019 January 29, 2019 Steve Bosh, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego City Council approved a 223-foot-high rise apartment building with 204 units at the corner of 6th and Olive. It’s fairly dense for the area but its close to downtown and public transit.At his State of the City Address, Mayor Kevin Faulconer said the “not in my backyard” folks have worsened our housing crisis, and he repeated that on Good Morning San Diego.Over the years political leaders have sided with the NIMBYs because they’re voters, but the housing crisis has gotten so severe it seems that bond needs to be broken.To qualify for one of 18 apartments set aside as affordable housing, one has to earn less that 50% of the area’s median income. That means a family of four earning 45,000 dollars a year can’t live there.18 units of affordable housing is a small number but it’s a message to neighborhoods to accept more density or it may be forced upon them.Not having affordable housing isn’t a money problem though. The housing commission has millions of dollars, the city contributes housing funds, as does the state, and the voters this past November approved four billion dollars for housing. The money is there but the votes have not been. San Diego faces housing crisiscenter_img Updated: 7:26 PM Steve Bosh Categories: California News, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

State local officials to introduce bill requiring school support for LGBTQ youth

first_img KUSI Newsroom Posted: February 13, 2019 February 13, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, State, local officials to introduce bill requiring school support for LGBTQ youthcenter_img Updated: 4:03 PM SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Assemblyman Todd Gloria, D-San Diego, was joined by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond Wednesday in announcing a bill they said would help create a more supportive environment in the state’s public schools for LGBTQ youth.According to Thurmond and Gloria, the bill would mandate that schools provide annual training sessions and information to teachers and staff on how to best address LGBTQ students in grades 7-12 who are dealing with bullying, harassment or discrimination. Schools would also be required to offer services like counseling and inclusive curriculum materials.“The bullying and name calling I experienced in school as a young gay kid is still a reality for today’s LGBTQ youth,” Gloria said. “No child should have to experience that. Students should feel safe, accepted, included, and supported in their school.”Thurmond and Equality California originally proposed a similar bill last year, which passed overwhelmingly in the Assembly and the Senate. But then- Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed the bill, opining that current laws regarding school resources for LGBTQ youth were sufficient and schools were welcome to go further than the minimum.LGBTQ rights activists balked at that idea at the time. Equality California Executive Director Rick Zbur said the state’s status quo “is failing California’s LGBTQ students and denying too many a shot at success.” A 2017 national survey by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network found that 82 percent of LGBTQ students heard homophobic or transphobic remark at their school and roughly 70 percent had been harassed or threatened for their sexual orientation.“Every child deserves a caring and supportive school environment, and we must continue to work towards closing disparities in health, mental health and academic outcomes for our LGBTQ students,” Thurmond said.Gloria and Thurmond were joined by Zbur and officials from the San Diego Unified School District at a news conference to unveil the bill, which the lawmaker’s office expects will head to committee in April. Categories: California News, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Participants Needed for University of Illinois Farm Program Survey

first_imgThe 2014 Farm Bill provided commodity program choices for farmers and land owners. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is conducting a study to learn more about farmers’ and land owners’ decision processes, including what tools/resources were used to help make program choices. We encourage you to participate in this study as it will provide valuable insight on which aspects of the decisions went well and which areas need improvement.Your participation in this study will be voluntary and completely confidential; any data collected will be averaged and reported in aggregate only. Individual information and responses will not be made public.To participate in the study, please click here.last_img read more

Man gets 17 years for attack on psychiatrist

first_imgA Clark County judge called it “one of the strangest cases I’ve ever heard” before sentencing a Baltimore man Tuesday to 17 years and two months in prison for trying to kill a psychiatrist for life insurance money.Superior Court Judge Rich Melnick noted Ibn Aquil’s lengthy criminal past and the bizarre nature of last spring’s near-strangling before imposing a 206-month sentence, the high point of the sentencing range.“It’s an interesting case in terms of Mr. Aquil’s violent history,” he said. “And it’s an extremely unique case as far as attempted murders go.”In May, a jury convicted Aquil, 26, of second-degree attempted murder and first-degree assault relating to an attack that occurred April 13, 2009, while the defendant was visiting his cousin in Hockinson. After the heavily intoxicated Aquil came home from a party that morning, he tried to strangle his cousin’s husband, who was asleep on the couch. The cousin’s husband, Barry Maletzky, owned an 8,000-square-foot house and had a $2.5 million life insurance policy. The prosecution argued Aquil wanted to kill Maletzky, 68, after overhearing Aquil’s cousin — Maletzky’s wife — talk about how much money she stood to gain. Aquil then joked about what he would do with $2.5 million.last_img read more

Ore train derailment fire visible from Clark County

first_imgA train derailed along the Columbia River near the city of Scappoose, Ore., today, triggering a fire that sent a plume of smoke into the air that was visible across the river in Clark County.The fire was extinguished by 4:30 p.m., but mop-up could keep the highway between Portland and St. Helens, Ore., closed for hours.A Vancouver Fire Department unit has been called to staff the Jantzen Beach fire station as the Portland Fire Bureau’s Engine 17 has been one of the many units called to respond.The derailment and fire occurred about 12:55 p.m. near the intersection of St. Helens Road, also known as Highway 30, and Cornelius Pass Road.Apparently a rail car loaded with lumber derailed into tanker cars filled with ethanol, setting off a large, hot fire. The Portland Police Bureau reported that two tankers out of 13 total were on fire. Because of the potential for explosion caused by catastrophic failure of uninvolved tankers that are being directly impinged by fire, fire crews have withdrawn and are evacuating the area with a half mile perimeter until it is safe to return to the area.As of 2:32 p.m., unmanned “ground turrets” and “aerial streams” were being used to cooling adjacent uninvolved tankers to prevent an explosion. Additional resources were being assembled to prevent the spread of the fire and additional harm to property and the environment.last_img read more

Reading fresh messages in old letters at fort

first_imgConnor Wier clutched a quill pen in his left hand as he carefully inked characters onto a tiny postcard. Returning the pen to a glass inkwell, he dipped and wrote, dipped and wrote, finally blotting his work with a tiny bit of sand.The 13-year-old Vancouver boy said he was no stranger to writing by hand. But in a generation where mobile text messages, e-mail and social media posts have supplanted the handwritten word, he and others paused to remember the role writing played in local history.Sunday’s program at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site was the first time the link between literacy and local history had been explored. In addition to hands-on opportunities, original letters and postcards from the fur-trading days through World War I were on display, and two short plays examined true stories about two documents with local connections.In the first days after European settlement, literacy was the dividing line between the Hudson’s Bay Co. elite and the common laborers, said Aaron Ochoa, a National Park Service ranger who helped present the program. Clerks and the managers above them could read and write. Most of their labor force could not.“Literacy was one of the things that separated the classes,” said Ochoa. With the ability to write came higher pay and a better standard of living at Fort Vancouver, then an outpost of the London-based Hudson’s Bay Co. fur trading empire.last_img read more

Vancouver couple sentenced for imprisoning beating adopted twins

first_img Vancouver parents Sandra and Jeffrey Weller were sentenced Wednesday to 20 and 21 years in prison, respectively, for imprisoning, starving and beating their adopted twins.The sentences were delivered before a standing-room-only crowd by Clark County Superior Court Judge Barbara Johnson. Jeffrey Weller, 43, and Sandra Weller 50, were dressed in navy blue jumpsuits. The twins, a boy and girl now 17, sat in the front row.The Wellers showed no visible reaction to the sentence.“They got what they deserved,” the boy said after the sentencing. “Now it’s time to put it behind us and for me and my family to move on.”Jeffrey and Sandra Weller were convicted Feb. 8 of three counts of second-degree assault with a deadly weapon, unlawful imprisonment, second-degree assault, and four counts of third-degree assault causing bodily harm. Jeffrey Weller was also found guilty of strangulation of the girl twin, another count of third-degree assault and two counts of fourth-degree assault.“I’ve seen tears, I’ve breathed the meaning of agony,” the boy twin wrote in a victim impact statement read aloud Wednesday by his attorney, Maggie Smith Evansen. “I’ve watched long nights of hurt and sorrow that can only come from a lonely hell. Yet still, we pushed on, waiting for a light at the end that took so many years to come.”That light appeared on Oct. 7, 2011, when Child Protective Services removed him, his twin sister, and four other siblings from the Weller house.In the trial, the twins and their adoptive siblings described that “lonely hell” in graphic detail. The twins, their adoptive brother, and another sibling all wrote victim impact statements to the judge, as did the couple’s ex-spouses. Sandra Weller reacts after sentencing by Judge Barbara Johnson on Wednesday, March after being convicted last month of starving and beating their adopted twins. Sandra Weller received a sentence of 20 years and her husband Jeffrey Weller received 21 years.last_img read more

Lawyers poll ranks Schienberg as top pick for judge

first_imgClark County Superior Court Commissioner Carin Schienberg is local lawyers’ favorite among nine candidates who have applied to succeed retired Superior Court Judge Diane Woolard, according to results of a Clark County Bar Association preference poll.The bar association sent the poll results Thursday to Gov. Jay Inslee, who will appoint a successor in coming weeks. Woolard retired last month citing health problems related to her epilepsy.The new judge will have to stand for re-election in November to retain office.Schienberg received 36.4 percent of bar association member votes as the preferred candidate. Private attorney Suzan Clark was the second choice with 30 percent of votes. The other candidates received votes as follows: real estate attorney Michael Simon, 18 percent; Deputy Prosecutor Bernard Veljacic, 5.6 percent; private attorney Robert Vukanovich, 3.6 percent; private attorney Christopher Ramsey, 2 percent; private attorney Louis Byrd, 1.6 percent; James Gilligan, a hearings judge with the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals, less than 1 percent; and private attorney Paulette Burgess, no votes.The poll had 250 lawyers participating.In addition to casting votes for their choice for judge, they also rated the candidates on legal ability, judicial temperament, integrity and relevant legal experience.Clark received the highest ratings in all categories, except “relevant legal experience” for which Schienberg received the highest marks.Schienberg, 56, has served as a full-time commissioner since 2003.Clark, 50, of Vancouver, is president of the bar association. Her legal career has spanned Oregon and Washington and includes civil, criminal, prosecution, defense, appellate and family law. She also has worked occasionally as a pro tem judge since 1999.last_img read more