Wellington Police notes for Monday, June 22, 2015:â€¢5:00 a.m. Rene Ceballos, 47, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with disobeyed stop sign.â€¢10:15 p.m. Bryan A. Williams, 57, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with defective tail lights and illegal towing of trailer.â€¢2:08 p.m. Officers investigated possession of marijuana in the 1100 block W. Harvey, Wellington by known suspect.â€¢2:50 p.m. Officers took report of found bicycle in the 1200 block of N. B.â€¢3:18 p.m. Officers investigated theft, battery and criminal trespass in the 2000 block E. 16th, Wellington by known suspect .â€¢3:35 p.m. Lana L. Basinger, 55, Mayfield, was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 48 mph in a 35 mph zone.â€¢4 p.m. Samantha M. Lilly, 22, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 5 0mph in a 40 mph zone.(radar) and operating a motor vehicle with expired drivers license.â€¢4:08 p.m. Officers investigated identity fraud in the 1200 block S. Blaine, Wellington.
Evan ChambersPITTSBURGH (AP) – Pittsburgh Pirates minor league prospect Evan Chambers died in his sleep over the weekend. He was 24.Pirates general manager Neal Huntington had no additional details, but he said in a statement the team was “shocked” and “saddened” by Chambers’ passing.A third-round draft pick in 2009, Chambers spent five years in the team’s minor league system. The outfielder moved up to Double-A Altoona in 2012. Chambers spent most of the 2013 season dealing with a foot injury and played in just four games for the team’s Gulf Coast League affiliate as part of a rehab assignment.Chambers was born in Miami and played high school baseball in Lakeland, Fla.Several Pirates expressed their condolences on Twitter late Monday, with National League MVP Andrew McCutchen calling Chambers’ death “a tough pill to swallow.”
The Technoteachers Annual National Student awards took take place on March, Saturday 2nd with several Donegal students earning top prizes. The annual ceremony awarded the top students across the technology suite of subjects from the State examinations.Students from Pobalscoil Ghaoth Dobhair, St Eunan’s College Letterkenny, Deele College Raphoe, and Rosses Community School were all awarded on the night. Photos of the winners can be seen below.Ciaran Mac Suibhne from Pobalscoil Ghaoth Dobhair who who was awarded third place in Junior Cert Technical Graphics (Ordinary) pictured with their teacher Padraig Mac Fhionnghaile , Techno Teachers Chairman Stephen O’Brien Xtratherm’s Ray Madden, and Minister for Training,Skills Innovation Research and Development John Halligan TD at the annual Techno Teachers National Student Awards 2018 awards ceremony in GMIT recently . Photo Reg GordonKillian Gribben from St Eunan’s College who who was awarded third place in Junior Cert Technical Graphics (Higher) pictured with their teacher Sean McGinley Techno Teachers Chairman Stephen O’Brien , Xtratherm’s Ray Madden, and Minister for Training,Skills Innovation Research and Development John Halligan TD at the annual Techno Teachers National Student Awards 2018 awards ceremony in GMIT recently . Photo Reg GordonStephen O’Donnell from Rosses Community School who who was awarded second place in Leaving Cert Applied (Graphics and Construction Studies) pictured with their teacher Martin Gibson ,Techno Teachers Chairman Stephen O’Brien and Minister for Training,Skills Innovation Research and Development John Halligan TD at the annual Techno Teachers National Student Awards 2018 awards ceremony in GMIT recently. Photo Reg GordonThomas McKelvey from Rosses Community School who who was awarded first place in Leaving Cert Applied (Technology) pictured with their teacher Colm Byrne ,Techno Teachers Chairman Stephen O’Brien and Minister for Training,Skills Innovation Research and Development John Halligan TD at the annual Techno Teachers National Student Awards 2018 awards ceremony in GMIT recently . Photo Reg GordonStephen O’Donnell from Rosses Community School who who was awarded second place in Leaving Cert Applied (Technology) pictured with their teacher Colm Byrne ,Techno Teachers Chairman Stephen O’Brien and Minister for Training,Skills Innovation Research and Development John Halligan TD at the annual Techno Teachers National Student Awards 2018 awards ceremony in GMIT recently . Photo Reg GordonLuke Sharkey from Deele College who who was awarded first place in Leaving Cert Construction Studies (Ordinary) pictured with their teacher Andrew McFaddenl ,Techno Teachers Chairman Stephen O’Brien, Tom Parlon, CIF Director General and and Minister for Training,Skills Innovation Research and Development John Halligan TD at the annual Techno Teachers National Student Awards 2018 awards ceremony in GMIT recently . Photo Reg GordonNational awards for Donegal’s top techno students – Pic Special was last modified: March 4th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GOATH DOBHAIRtechnoteachers
LeBron James (Keith Allison/Flickr)In a year full of bold political moves by athletes, LeBron James and several of his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates are refusing to stay at Trump Soho in New York City. The hotel, though not owned by President-elect Donald Trump, is branded with his name and caused a few of the Cavs to seek other accommodations as they prepare to take on the New York Knicks Wednesday, Dec. 7.According to Cleaveland.com, Cavs’ general manager David Griffin said arrangements are being made for what could include up to seven of the 14 traveling teammates to stay at another unnamed hotel. Trump SoHo had been booked ahead of the 2016 presidential election and Griffin noted it is the only NBA-quality hotel that could guarantee rooms for the team’s family and friends in case the Cavs make the postseason.James’ endorsement of former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton explains his unwillingness to stay at the hotel. In October, Atlanta Black Star reported the power forward believed Clinton was the only candidate who understood the struggles of oppressed Americans.In the wake of the Nov. 8 election results, many Cavaliers players have expressed their disappointment. On Instagram, shooting guard J.R. Smith questioned how he would explain the outcome to his young daughter. Echoing ESPN analyst Jalen Rose’s proclamation that NBA teams will stop visiting the White House, reserve forward Richard Jefferson made the same statement on Snapchat after the Cavs met with Obama to celebrate their championship in November. While speaking to Complex last week, Iman Shumpert declared he would not visit the White House under the Trump administration.“I can’t get caught up in the racial, sexist bull—- he’s got going on,” Shumpert said.” That’s his personal thing.”The Cavs join at least three other NBA teams that won’t stay in the Chicago and Manhattan hotels bearing Trump’s name, ESPN reported. They include the Dallas Mavericks, Milwaukee Bucks and Memphis Grizzlies. The Illinois-based hotel, in contrast to the one in New York City, is owned and operated by Trump’s company.
OSU Redshirt Junior Quarterback J.T. Barret (16) drops back into the pocket for a pass during the game against Northwestern on Oct. 29, 2016 at Ohio Stadium. The Buckeyes won 24-20. Credit: Mason Swires | Assistant Photo EditorThe sixth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes square off in the biggest home game so far in 2016 against the No. 10 Nebraska Cornhuskers in primetime in Ohio Stadium on Saturday. The Scarlet and Gray are honoring the 1916 Big Ten championship team and Chic Harley, who served during World War I, with a special-edition, throwback uniform.The jerseys will be a new look for OSU, but many rather witness a change in the style of play than what the Buckeye offense has displayed the past four weeks. Enhanced by excellence at times, and marred by stagnation on other occasions, the passing game for OSU has been riddled with inconsistency, which has kept fans on edge. At Wednesday’s press conference, Meyer indicated that a breakout in the downfield passing game is coming from redshirt junior quarterback J.T. Barrett.“I’m ready if you are,” Meyer said.In last week’s 24-20 victory over Northwestern, OSU attempted just a handful of passes downfield and only registered one completion over 20 yards, which set up the game-winning score. Barrett said that it’s difficult for the receivers to run past defenders when they’re playing 10 to 12 yards off the ball — a look that Northwestern often showed the Buckeyes.One of OSU’s touchdown drives against Northwestern took just nine plays to go 94 yards in under three minutes. Two drives later, OSU milked the clock for more than eight minutes and scored after 15 plays. Meyer said whether it be up-tempo or wearing a defense down throughout a drive, he just cares about scoring.“If we’re getting certain defenses that we don’t like (in up-tempo), then you get stuck in a bad play,” he said. “Throughout the course of the game we can go to tempo any time that we want.”Barrett might face his toughest challenge of the year going against a Nebraska secondary that has ball-hawking tendencies. Nebraska leads the NCAA in interceptions with 15, including two returned for touchdowns. Safeties Nate Gerry and Kieron Williams lead the team and the Big Ten with four interceptions, making the Cornhuskers one of the most difficult teams to throw downfield against.Nebraska allowed one pass for more than 20 yards in its loss to No. 8 Wisconsin the previous week. However, The Cornhuskers surrendered 5.9 yards per carry on the ground against the Badgers. Redshirt freshman running back Mike Weber and junior H-back Curtis Samuel have been heavily involved in the passing game and have been given a combined 25 to 30 carries each game.Establishing an effective running game with Weber and Samuel might force Gerry and Williams to play up, therefore opening up the second level for receivers like redshirt sophomore Noah Brown.“We definitely work on the deep ball every week in practice. We try to put it in the game plan every week,” Brown said. “We’re very confident in the deep ball and we’ll get it done.”Kickoff is at 8 p.m.
Manchester 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.Vidic: “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.
The 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.Liverpool 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? ➡️ https://t.co/VscalqhBul pic.twitter.com/YY7khDuqnl— Premier League (@premierleague) February 4, 2019
Facebook 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+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:grace bay club foundation, Ianthe Pratt Primary School Grace Bay Club Community Foundation set for big weekend fundraiser