RelatedAfter uncertainty, PIHS Class of 2020 graduates at Tarpon StadiumBy Gaige Davila firstname.lastname@example.org The Port Isabel High School’s Class of 2020 commencement ceremony ended with a bang, several actually, in a fireworks ceremony that concluded an event that, for few months, was uncertain to ever happen. Senior-turned-graduates of PIHS, all wearing face masks, were able to move their tassels…June 5, 2020In “News”Deadline Approaching for PIHS Classical ReunionSpecial to the PRESS A group of 20 Port Isabel High School alumni are working hard to place the finishing touches on the 2018 Classical Reunion, “The First 50 Years.” The three-day reunion will take place October 4 – 6, bringing former students together to reminisce and celebrate their Tarpon pride.…August 24, 2018In “News”Green awarded Press scholarshipBy MARINA WISE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel – South Padre Press, in partnership with several local businesses, is pleased to announce the recipient of our 2017 academic scholarship, Ramsey Green. Green was selected from a talented pool of applicants and will receive $500 to aid his post-secondary educational…May 26, 2017In “Features” Share Senior class ranks in limbo after legal actionBy DINA ARÉVALOPort Isabel-South Padre Presseditor@portisabelsouthpadre.comAn outsider may not have noticed it, but for those who grew up here, the Port Isabel High School Achievement Awards Banquet Monday night was not quite the same as in years’ past.The differences could be seen just inside the entrance to the Hilton Garden Inn where the event was hosted. A group of amiable high school seniors passed out black and white pamphlets to attendees while nearby, school district staff passed out full color programs.Inside the pamphlets distributed by students were listed the names and achievements of nine of Port Isabel High School’s top students, though the inscription on the front of the program read, “In honor of Class of 2016 Top Ten Students.”Inside the banquet hall the mood was festive as first Dr. Lisa Garcia, superintendent of schools, addressed the crowd, and later a guest speaker regaled attendees with jokes. Near the end of the night, honor roll students from 9th through 12th grade were recognized, including the nine seniors who had greeted attendees at the door.What was noticeably absent from official conversation, however, was any mention of those students in the 2016 graduating class Top 10.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.
GAME STATS: Senior Deneisha Blackwood got things started for the Argos in the 15th minute when she sent a rocket to the back of the net, just past the Goalkeeper’s reach to give the Argos the lead. Hannah Wooten played a perfect pass to Blackwood that set her up for the strike. In the 33rd minute Elizabeth Vickers scored off of a header to increase the Argonauts’ lead. Her header came off of a long throw in from Jessica Quixley.Esthefanny Barreras picked up her tenth shutout of the year, and has recorded a shutout in her last four games. She faced five shots on goal, and finished with five saves. West Florida outshot West Alabama 25-15. The biggest statistical difference in the match was the amount of corner kicks taken. UWF had a total of thirteen corner kicks, while the Argos’ defense held the Tigers to only two corners. Live Stats Preview MONTGOMERY, Ala. – West Florida defeated West Alabama 2-0 on Friday afternoon to improve their overall record to 19-0 this season. The Argos dominated time of possession throughout the game, and frustrated the Tigers’ offense that has been clicking on all cylinders as of late. The win means that the Argos will advance to the Gulf South Conference Tournament Championship on Sunday. Watch Live Full Schedule Roster Next Game: vs. Montevallo 11/4/2018 – 12:00 pm NEXT UP: The Argonauts will play in Montgomery, Alabama again on Sunday at Noon CT for the Gulf South Conference Championship. UWF will face seventh-seeded Montevallo at the Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex. Montevallo upset #2 Mississippi College and #3 Lee University in the tournament to get to the championship game. West Florida beat Montevallo 3-0 earlier this season.For the latest information on West Florida women’s soccer, follow Argo athletics on Twitter @GoArgos.#ARGOS#Print Friendly Version
SIGN UP TO DAILY NEWSLETTERCLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP Real property tax delinquencies in Muntinlupa City reaching P2.931 billion have alarmed the Commission on Audit (COA), prompting it to call for the immediate implementation of remedial measures to address the problem. While COA cited the city government for realizing P5.70 billion or 94 percent of its estimated income of P6.01 billion in 2019, the audit agency also expressed misgivings over the low collection of “non-tax revenues.” COA disclosed that the shortfall for non-tax revenues has reached P371.37 million or 28.22 percent of the target “because measures and strategies to improve collection efficiency were not adopted.” The city government under Mayor Jaime Fresnedi also won praises from COA in its 2019 annual audit report that may have neutralized several adverse audit observations. “The city is continuously exercising good fiscal management by paying its various loans ahead of its maturity date while sustaining the needs of its constituency,” auditors said. COA also gave Muntinlupa City good reviews for social waste management, property insurance, implementation of the Special Education Fund and handling of the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund. However, the state audit agency lamented the failure of the city government to reduce the realty tax delinquency total of P2.931 billion. “The city could have generated additional income from Real Property Tax (RPT) had the realty tax delinquency of P2.931 billion been collected by implementing the remedies provided for under RA No. 7160,” COA said. During the year in audit, the city government collected P1.106 billion in realty tax, the second biggest contributor to the total collection in 2019. “However, the balance of receivables for RPT at the beginning of the year amounting to P1,155,467,846.06 plus the recorded receivables during the year of P1,382,286,828.08 or a total of P2,537,754,674.14 showed that the actual collection of P1,106,916,432.63 is only 43.62 percent of the total receivables,” the audit report revealed. During the year, a total P2,931,628,770.95, including penalties, was reported as tax delinquency for the nine barangays in Muntinupa. The highest amount of tax delinquency was registered in Alabang at P1.035 billion. The unpaid RPT includes the joint venture lots that are part of the joint venture agreement between government as owner and Filinvest Development Corporation as beneficiary for the development of the property. To reduce delinquency among property owners, COA asked the city government to apply sanctions provided under Republic Act No. 7160 “to deter delayed payment or non-payment of taxes.” Auditors said the non-tax revenue shortfall of P371.37 million can be substantially reduced if “measures and strategies to improve collection efficiency” were observed.
(REUTERS) – A Roberto Firmino hat-trick proved the highlight of Liverpool’s 5-1 demolition of Arsenal as the Premier League leaders opened a nine-point gap over Tottenham Hotspur, who lost 3-1 to Wolverhampton Wanderers at Wembley.With third-placed Manchester City playing Southampton today, Liverpool capped an astonishing month with their ninth successive league victory to leave manager Juergen Klopp conceding that he “had nothing to moan about”.Struggling Cardiff City and Fulham bolstered their survival chances with added-time goals in 1-0 wins at Leicester City and home to Huddersfield Town respectively.Brighton & Hove Albion beat Everton by the same score and Watford equalised late to draw 1-1 with Newcastle United.Anfield has become such a fortress that even the unexpected setback of Ainsley Maitland-Niles’ early goal did not knock Liverpool off their stride.Within minutes, Brazilian Firmino hit them with a scoring one-two – his second goal a brilliant solo effort – with a further strike from Sadio Mane and a penalty from Mohamed Salah following before halftime.Firmino rounded off the scoring with another spot kick as Liverpool, who next travel to Manchester City on Thursday, cruised home to leave no one in doubt as to their title credentials.“(Manchester City) is a huge one,” said Liverpool full back Andy Robertson.“But in December we’ve knocked the games off one by one and we’ve now got a healthy lead. We look forward to it.”Tottenham’s day could hardly have started better with England’s Harry Kane marking his award of an MBE for services to sport in the New Year Honours list with a stunning left-foot strike that looked likely to kick off another goalfest.But the inconsistent visitors from the Midlands refused to roll over and hit the home side with three goals in 18 second-half minutes through Wily Boly, Raul Jimenez and Helder Costa as Wembley was silenced, along with talk of Tottenham’s title challenge.“We have achieved something very special in getting to the Premier League and it has been a very special year,” said delighted Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo.“We had a lot of belief after the equaliser, I would have said a draw was a good result, but I cannot control the emotions of the boys if they see space in front of them.”MITROVIC WINNER The drama came even later at Fulham where Aleksandar Mitrovic scored the winner in stoppage time to frustrate their relegation rivals Huddersfield.Fulham’s joy was all the greater because they had earlier missed a penalty amid extraordinary scenes after their players tried to take the ball off Aboubakar Kamara as he stepped up to take the spot kick.His team mates wanted Mitrovic to take the penalty but Kamara refused, disobeying the orders of Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri, only to look deeply embarrassed seconds later when his effort was saved by Jonas Lossl.Ranieri was not amused: “I said to Aboubakar Kamara to leave the ball to Aleksandar Mitrovic, he is the man who shoots the penalties. It is unbelievable, he did not respect me, the club, the team and crowd. I spoke with him, it is not right.“I want to kill him; that is normal when one man takes a ball, only because he scored the last penalty (against Manchester United). It should be Mitrovic, that is it.”At Leicester, Cardiff’s Neil Etheridge saved James Maddison’s 75th minute penalty to set up a victory secured by Victor Camarasa’s stunning stoppage time strike for the Welsh side, who are now four points above the drop zone.Brighton finish the year comfortably in mid-table after Juergen Locadia’s second-half goal was enough to see off Everton.At Vicarage Road, the sought-after substitute Abdoulaye Doucoure scored Watford’s equalizer before then wasting a late chance. as the home side almost secured a comeback win against Newcastle.
Bulgarian football legend Dimitar Berbatov gave an exclusive interview to Gong.bg, in which he commented on the draw in the Europa League. A little earlier today, fate ordered in a match of the second qualifying round of the tournament Lokomotiv Plovdiv to meet at “Lauta” not anyone, but the English grand Tottenham, and from Gong.bg we looked for perhaps the most suitable interlocutor on the topic.Hello, Mr. Berbatov. In the end, fate determined Jose Mourinho and company to come to their feet in Plovdiv, what are your thoughts after the draw?– This is good news for Bulgarian football in general, especially for Lokomotiv Plovdiv, because they will have the opportunity to compete with a very good European team. We know what kind of players there are, we know who is the coach of Tottenham, so it will be a difficult test for Lokomotiv Plovdiv. Tottenham is the favorite, it’s clear, but we all love surprises, so you can get one in this case, you know.The English are preparing for an expressive victory, and the Bulgarians are happy to meet a team of this caliber. How big do you think is the gap between domestic and foreign football?– The gap is there and it is big, we all know. Tottenham fans are joking because they come to Bulgaria and think it will be easy for them, but in fact it will not be so. At least I hope that the boys of Lokomotiv Plovdiv will make Tottenham’s life difficult, so that watching the match will be interesting to me. Not to be a one-sided match in which one attacks, the other defends. Lokomotiv Plovdiv has nothing to lose, and who knows, someone may deserve a surprising transfer abroad in this way. If you show a good game, they will see you.However, everything is decided in one meeting, so miracles are not excluded. Do you think Lokomotiv Plovdiv is capable of a small football miracle?– Why not? Of course, Tottenham are clear favorites in the match and there will probably be winners in the end, but one should never stop hoping. I wish success to Lokomotiv Plovdiv. I will watch the match, it will be difficult for them, especially without an audience. This is the biggest disadvantage in this case. This reduced the chance they had if there was an audience, as it would be an interesting experience for everyone there. But this is football, let’s not forget. No matter how minimal the chances are, there are some. And while there are them, one must believe! Which side will you watch the match, which team will you support?“My past with Tottenham is there and it can’t be erased.” In my time, they have won the only trophy so far. I have said many times that it is high time they won something. Whatever. Their goal is to win this tournament. I follow them and wish them success. On the other hand, as a Bulgarian, I keep my fingers crossed for the Bulgarian teams to perform well, so I will watch and enjoy. I hope they have prepared the field in perfect condition – so that the ball can go, not bounce. Let’s hope we witness a good match and see what will happen in the end, we keep our fingers crossed. Maybe Loko Plovdiv will surprise everyone, no matter how small the probability. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.
Wellington Police notes: Friday, Nov. 18 – Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016: Friday, November 18, 2016:â€¢7:46 a.m. Brian W. Lewellen, 44, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for speeding 29 mph in a 20 mph school zone.â€¢8:17 a.m. Jarrod E. Koehler, 31, Milan, was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 29 mph in a 20 mph school zone (radar), disobeyed a stop sign and child restraint violation.Â Â â€¢12:18 p.m. Billy J. Knox, 64, South Haven, was issued a notice to appear for disobeyed stop sign.â€¢12:37 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of unknown suspect(s) in the 2000 block E. 16th, Wellington.â€¢12:47 p.m. Lisa M. Koehn, 35, Wellington was arrested and confined on a Sumner County Bench Warrant for failure to appear for possession of drug paraphernalia.â€¢3:54 p.m. Officers took a report of a verbal disturbance in the 200 block N. C, Wellington by known subject(s).â€¢4:25 p.m. Officers investigated a theft by deception by known suspect(s) in the 1800 block E. 16th, Wellington.â€¢6:24 p.m. Cody L. Patterson, 21, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for Speeding 53 mph in a 35 mph zone.â€¢9:30 p.m. John L. Larson, 21, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for illegal registration.Saturday, November 19, 2016â€¢10:37 a.m. Tyson S. Haines, 28, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for illegal registration/expired and no proof of insurance.â€¢2:50 p.m. Mandi S. Zimmerman, 40, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for disobeyed stop sign.â€¢3:08 p.m. Austin D. Prindle, 19, Wellington was arrested and bonded for domestic battery and criminal damage to property in the 1400 block E. Michigan, Wellington.â€¢5:38 p.m. Jeremy W E Corter, 30, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with criminal trespass in the 800 block N. Woodlawn, Wellington.â€¢6:33 p.m. Officers took a report of found property in the 2000 block E. 16th, Wellington.â€¢6:58 p.m. Officers took a report of a Mental Subject in the 1000 block W. Harvey, Wellington.â€¢9:08 p.m. Officers investigated driving while license is suspended, no proof of insurance and speeding 34 mph in a 20 mph zone.â€¢9:08 p.m. Brianna A. Hibbard, 20, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for driving while license is suspended, no proof of insurance and speeding 34 mph in a 20 mph zone.â€¢10:18 p.m. Juvenile female, 17, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for disobeyed stop sign.Sunday, November 20, 2016â€¢2:15 a.m. Injury, hit and run accident in the 300 block N. B, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Travis L. Stonehocker, 25, Wellington and parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Ronald A N Jeffries, Wellington.â€¢2:17 a.m. Officers investigated driving while under the influence of alcohol, transporting an open container, failure to stop at an injury accident and driving the wrong direction in the 300 block N. B, Wellington.â€¢8:34 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of vehicle in the 400 block E. Harvey, Wellington.â€¢11:04 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of tools of an unknown suspect(s) in the 1000 block S. F, Wellington.â€¢2:45 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to glass in the 600 block S. Woodlawn, Wellington.â€¢4:46 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of firewood in the 100 block S. Elm, Wellington.â€¢6:28 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 500 block W. 16th, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Alvin B. Janzen Jr., 75, Wellington and Gerald E. Adams, 80, Wellington.â€¢6:28 p.m. Alvin B. Janzen, Jr., 75, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for fail to yield right of way from Private Drive.â€¢9:57 p.m. Officers took a report of a verbal disturbance of a known subject(s) in the 1000 block W. College, Wellington.
With most of the players playing here for the first time the scores were quite good, well apart from Sel who scored a magnificent 16 point total. Bob Van Mol took line honours on the day with 35 points ahead of Owen Walkley in second with 32 and third on a count back over Eng was Capt Bob with 31. There were no ‘2’s.Wednesday, August 20, Green Valley – StablefordWe had six groups playing at Green Valley and looking forward to beating the rain, but alas it was not to be and were forced to make a stopover for a beer at John and Geoff’s drinks stop for about half an hour then out we went to finish the round.We had six ladies playing and as usual they put up a good showing; according to William the two girls who played alongside him and John Aylott were magic around the greens. There were a couple of good scores but I think the rain chased a few players away and we had a few NRs.First place went to Owen Walkley with a fine 38 points, second to Nichawan Khiaophuang with 36, third to Rosco Langoulant on 33 and fourth went to Bill Marsden with 32.There were three ‘2’s coming from Wayne Cotterell, Nichawan Khiaophuang (Sa) and Owen Walkley.Friday, August 22, Burapha – StablefordToday we were at Burapha, which will now become our venue for the first and second Friday of each month. The course is in great condition and the friendly staff see to your needs with a generous smile.Playing A and B courses, as the C has just been renovated and the greens are not up to scratch as yet, we were joined by Robert Cook from the Bendigo Golf Club on a reconnaissance for the club’s next golfing holiday. Although he played with borrowed clubs, Robert did acquit himself very well and even took a couple of shillings off Capt Bob.The scores were very good and although we did play from the white tees the course was still long enough at 6,200 yards. Coming in third was Greig Ritchie with 39 points, his best round for a while but being beaten on count back by his good friend David Hausman also on 39. Taking the top spot was Phil Waite with an amazing 42 points, well done mate!There were three ‘2’s today coming from Rosco, Phil Waite and Greig Ritchie.Note: The Billabong Golf bar is situated just off Siam Country Club Road looking straight down Lake Mabprachan. Call Bob on 082 204 3411 if you are looking for a game. PSC golf from The Billabong Golf BarTuesday, August 19, Siam Waterside – StablefordSiam Waterside was the venue for today and being a Sports Day it was a very good deal. Everyone enjoyed themselves on this wonderful golf course, well almost everyone as Sel had a day he would rather forget; if he wasn’t in the deep rough he managed to make the bunker, and losing 10 golf balls in one round must set a record I’m sure. The Captain got the tee time mixed up but we got away early anyway for a four hour round, not bad for a Sports Day. A big thank you for our organizer today Rosco taking time out from his duties at the temple and for setting up the next trip there on the 30th September, which will be the last time at Sports Day rates.Friday’s top three: David Hausman, Greig Ritchie and Phil Waite.
By ANEEKA SIMONIS “WATCH out Sally Pearson, Bunyip Primary School has its own hurdling star in the making.” The school’s…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
The Nelson rink of Kristina Little and Nathan Small narrowly missed out qualifying for the National Mixed Double Curling at the recent Provincial Championships held recently in Hope.The Kootenay Champs lost out in a tiebreaker King Simpson/Croteau rink. Finishing in a tie for second, with a 5-2 mark, Team Little-Small had chances to win but were unable to complete the shots that would have guaranteed points.“We had a very, very close game with (King Simpson/Croteau) with a missed opportunity in the seventh end to potentially score four points and then in the eighth we had an open shot for the win but weren’t able to get the job done as we missed the target stone on the low side,” Small explained following the championships.Small said both members were extremely proud of the way we played all week.“To finish fifth in the province is an impressive feat, to say the least,” Small said.“We would like to thank our sponsors, especially the local ones, for financially supporting us in being able to compete: Torchlight Brewing, Empire Coffee, Valhalla Realty, and BalancePlus Curling Equipment.”The Steph Jackson-Baier/Corey Chester rink of Victoria defeated city rivals Carley Sandwith/Cameron de Jong 6-3 to capture the BC title Sunday in Hope.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Fort St. John City Council approved a number of bylaws that will allow the City to levy parcel taxes for Local Area Service projects.Council voted in favour of adopting the bylaws for road improvements, including paving and the installation of sidewalks, streetlights, storm drains, and gutters for three sections of road in the City. The first bylaw covers the improvement of 86th St. between 91st and 93rd Avenues, the second covers 87th Ave. west of 107th St., and the third covers 104th Ave. between 101st and 102nd Streets. The total cost for the three road improvement projects is just under $1.9 million. Of that, the City will be covering $1.2 million, while owners of properties affected by the road improvements will be paying a combined $685,155.20 over a period of twenty years. – Advertisement -Third reading for another Local Area Service parcel tax bylaw for two paving projects was rescinded before the bylaw was amended and passed third reading once again. That Local Area Service project would see road improvements made along 98th Ave. between 102nd and 104th Streets, and 104th Street between 97th and 98th Avenues at a total cost of $1.3 million. If approved at the next council meeting, the City would cover $884,536.11 of the project’s budget, while property owners would be paying a total of $457,540.19.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Paul McCartney will be performing a free concert at 7:30 Wednesday at Amoeba Records on Sunset and Cahuenga. Of course, getting in isn’t gonna be easy. McCartney fans began lining up outside the store as early as Tuesday morning. Wristbands will be handed out starting at 12:30 p.m., but only a limited number (350 people) will be allowed to enter and groove to the tunes of this legendary rocker, who is promoting his new “memory almost full” CD.
By The Associated Press A Florida woman who claims she was raped by an Inglewood police officer sued department officials, contending the department’s policies created an “unrestrained, undisciplined and out of control” atmosphere, the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court, contends that the 23-year-old woman was in town to visit relatives on Dec. 15 when she was stopped by two officers while walking to a fast-food restaurant. The officers accused her of being a prostitute and followed her back to her motel, where according to the suit, one officer insisted that she take him to her room and forced her to have sex. No criminal charges have been filed in the case but the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office was investigating her claims. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The suit names the two police officers and top department officials, including a former chief. In addition to faulting the department’s hiring, training and retention policies, the lawsuit contends the woman was sexually assaulted and falsely imprisoned, and that her civil rights were violated. Calls to the department seeking comment were not returned Wednesday.
Jose Mourinho has explained the recalling of Bastian Schweinsteiger to Manchester United first-team training as a ‘human’ decision.The German midfielder has not been part of Mourinho’s plans since the Portuguese’s appointment as head coach over the summer, and the club even wrote him off as an asset in their latest published accounts – stating he was ‘a player no longer considered to be a member of the first team playing squad’.And this still rings true, even though he is back working with Mourinho and the senior players in training at United’s Aon Training Complex in Carrington, having originally been banished to work with only the youth and reserve squads.Mourinho, speaking ahead of the Red Devils’ Europa League clash against Fenerbahce, revealed he has brought Schweinsteiger back into the fold to make up the numbers in training – a ‘human’ decision for a player who has been nothing but a professional despite being cast out.His return also allows him to work his way up to full fitness, with Mourinho making it clear this is to ensure the German is ready to play first-team football – should he leave Old Trafford in the January transfer window.“It is a decision based on the fact that we are in a period in the season where it is really difficult to train with everybody together,” Mourinho said.“The tactical work I like to do with 20 or 21 players, so to have 23 or 24 together at the same time, that situation doesn’t happen anymore because in this moment, the next day after we play, the players who played, they train in a separate group and do a specific recovering session.“So instead of 23 or 24, it becomes 13 or 14, and with injuries sometime 10 or 11.“Many times we go to the academy to bring in some young boys to have a group with the perfect numbers.“Looking at Bastian and the way he was working professionally, every day with the fitness coach, we think it is a human decision and a professional decision to bring him back to the team and he will be much better prepared and in much better condition in case his future decision is to leave the club. He will be much better prepared to go direct to competition.”Despite the hints that Schweinsteiger’s recall is not a route back into competitive action for the 32-year-old, Mourinho did admit the German could become an ‘option’ should United be hit hard by injuries in the coming months.The manager added: “If he stays with us, he becomes one more option. In this moment we have no problems in midfield, like we have in defence, but if one day we have problems in midfield, he will be one more option for us.“It is a human decision based on training numbers and methods, but also a decision that can be positive for the group. It is a good decision for us and for him.” 1 Bastian Schweinsteiger has been recalled to Manchester United first-team training
Gweedore United dominated with first half with goals from Marianne Ward, Aoibhinn Cassidy, Aine Ferry and Clara Sweeney as they soared to a win over Raphoe Town in the U12 Port Bingo Shield.Gweedore United 6-0 Raphoe TownTianna Hannigan tested the Gweedore ‘keeper Roisin Cassidy, who was on fine form all evening. Raphoe came out with a fighting spirit in the second half and Cara Eton started to get more into the game.Alicia McCullagh had a good chance for Raphoe and Brianna Ferry for Gweedore.Niamh Toye made a great run from centre defence and send Cliodhna Kelly through, but it wasn’t to be.Fia Coyle and Marianne Ward wrapped up the scoring for Gweedore United. First-half blitz helps Gweedore United to Shield win was last modified: September 11th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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)
Wininger was arrested after Paoli police served a search warrant at the home on Roosevelt Street and found drugs and drug paraphernalia.Wininger was also arrested on a outstanding warrant. A Paoli woman was arrested on drug charges after police received a tip of possible drug activity at a home at 206 Roosevelt Street.Paoli Police arrested 34-year-old Jessica Wininger on charges of possession of cocaine or a narcotic drug, possession of meth and marijuana, trafficking with an inmate, maintaining a common nuisance and resisting law enforcement.She is being held at the Orange County Jail.
Great Smoky Mountains Association had its best year ever for both sales and membership income in 2016, Executive Director Laurel Rematore reported this week, allowing the association to contribute more than $2 million in support to Great Smoky Mountains National Park last year.“We continued our focus on retail sales, publications and customized product development, and membership development, throughout the year,” she said. “And just when we thought we’d end the year with no major events to mention – other than record-setting visitation – we experienced the late November wildfires that shut down the park for several days and destroyed nearly 2,500 structures in Gatlinburg.”GSMA immediately responded to the tragedy and successfully raised more than $200,000 from GSMA members and others to assist park employees, volunteers, and affiliates who had lost their homes, she continued.Despite the wildfires, some 11,312,785 people visited the Smokies in 2016, which was likely influenced by low fuel prices, an improving economy, and the “Find Your Park” multimedia campaign to mark the NPS Centennial. As operator of the park’s visitor center stores, GSMA, in turn, also experienced a record-setting sales year.GSMA’s aid-to-park funding in 2016 was $2,005,787, she said, capping another strong year of support. The association’s contributions to Great Smoky Mountains National Park fall into three broad categories: cash donations, which are provided for a host of educational, historical, interpretive, and scientific projects; in-kind services, which is primarily labor expense; and publications and digital media, which include development costs and free publications.In-kind services totaled $780,906 and included salaries for staff at eight park visitor centers and publications development costs, including free publications, such as Smokies Guide newspaper and pre-press costs for sales publications.Special projects funded by GSMA totaled $862,167 and included:$18,251 – Bear collars, which allow researchers to track bears that may be obtaining human-related food.$13,350 – Law enforcement interns who help park rangers encourage the public to enjoy the park safely.$137,557 – Resource Management and Science interns who help rangers manage wildlife and fisheries, develop GIS maps, save hemlock trees, monitor air and water quality, and many other tasks.$900 – Cades Cove Bicycle Patrol. This award-winning group helps keep bicyclists and wildlife safe in the park.$50,400 – Cades Cove fence repair and maintenance. Repair of historic fencing to discourage vehicles from driving in Cades Cove fields.$8,000 – Cades Cove viewshed field management. Mowing fields to maintain wildlife viewing and historic appearance of Cades Cove.$5,000 – Alfred Reagan Tub Mill Repair. This historic, water-powered grist mill is now operational for the first time in decades.$3,000 – Cataloochee field management. Mowing fields to maintain wildlife viewing and historic appearance of Cataloochee Valley.$26,996 – Centennial Ambassador Program. Staff to communicate the park’s Centennial messages to the public and neighboring communities.$1,000 – Centennial Hike 100 Smokies Challenge Pins. A special reward for hikers who accomplished the goal of hiking 100 miles in the park in 2016.Funding for the park’s interpretive operations totaled $204,881 and included special events, festivals, and interpretive demonstrations, including the Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage, Music of the Mountains, Mountain Life Festival, sorghum molasses making, and library supplies and materials. A specific breakdown includes:$50,996 – Backcountry Information staff$43,307 – Library staff$33,427 – Living history demonstrators$13,019- Library operations$28,573 – Parks as Classrooms Coordinator$35,560 – Special events and demonstrationsLast year’s $2 million donation brings GSMA’s total contribution to the national park during its 64-year history to $37,618,810.