Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Woods shot a 7-under 65 in the third round Saturday, besting his previous low score on the Stadium Course by a stroke. He honed in his iron shots, fine-tuned his putter and was so hot through 12 holes that it looked as if he might challenge the Stadium Course record at TPC Sawgrass.“I wish I could repeat it more often, but honestly it was just a better start,” Woods said. “I got off to a much better-quality start.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownWoods took advantage of warm temperatures, soft greens and little wind by making birdies at three of the first four holes . He drained putts of 15, 5, 10 and 17 feet, regaining a scoring touch that eluded him last week at the Wells Fargo Championship and in the opening two rounds in Ponte Vedra Beach.“Eventually I was going to put all the pieces together and today, for the most part, I did that,” he said. “I hit a lot of good, quality shots. I hit some shots in the correct spots, which was nice. I hit probably three of the best long irons I’ve hit all week.” Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Woods will be paired with Jordan Spieth for the final round Sunday and will start the day 11 shots behind Webb Simpson.No one has ever overcome such a deficit to win on the PGA Tour.Nonetheless, Woods likes how his game is coming together.He pointed to his tee shot at the 242-yard, par-3 eighth, which landed a little more than 30 feet from the hole; his second shot at the par-5 ninth, which stopped on the fringe from nearly 270 yards out; and his towering approach shot at the par-5 11th, which carried two bunkers and part of a pond before landing on the putting surface and leaving him a lengthy eagle putt.His only complaint was not keeping it rolling. He cooled off down the stretch, making five pars and a bogey over the final six holes.ADVERTISEMENT Cavs, Celtics ready for Eastern Conference finals rematch Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations He pushed his drive into thick rough at the difficult par-4 14th and ended up with his lone bogey of the day. He had a chance to get it back two holes later, but lipped out a 10-footer following a stellar bunker shot.“To be 8-under there through 12, realistically I probably could have got a couple more out of it and got to 10 (under) for the day,” he said. “But I’ll take it.”He hit 11 of 14 fairways and 15 of 18 greens in regulation.But the biggest different was his putting. He needed just 27 putts, his fewest of the week. A day after making just one putt longer than 6 feet, he missed only one inside 13 feet in the third round.“It was nice. I made some putts today. That was basically the difference,” he said. “I’ve hit quality irons before and I was able to convert today and got rolling early. This golf course, as humid as it is right now, these greens are going to be holding all day and I knew that going in and I knew I had to be a little bit more aggressive in there and put the ball in these sections, and I was able to do that.”Woods started the day tied for 68th, but moved into fifth after getting to 9 under at No. 12. His jump was the talk of the course, and the already huge gallery following his every move really started growing at the turn. By the time Woods and playing partner Mackenzie Hughes got to 16, the frenzied crowd was dozens deep and craning for a glimpse of golf’s biggest star.Spieth matched Woods for the best score in the third round. They were at 8-under 208.Woods figured his stay near the top of the leaderboard would be a short one, but the wind picked up in the afternoon and no one matched the low score of the day.“It’s nice to kind of somewhat be up there,” he said. LATEST STORIES China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Tiger Woods hits a shot from the 11th tee during the third round of the The Players Championship golf tournament Saturday, May 12, 2018, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Tiger Woods turned in his best round of the season and his lowest score ever at The Players Championship.It sky-rocketed him up the leaderboard, and he stayed there.ADVERTISEMENT Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film View comments
The Ganta United Methodist Hospital needs about US$150K to revamp its laboratory in order to provide all required medical examinations.Speaking to the Daily Observer in an exclusive interview recently, administrator Mr. Patrick Martor said when the laboratory is improved, nearly all tests will be done at the hospital, and patients will no longer be referred to other hospitals for diagnostic testing.He said presently, the hospital is not able to carry out all the essential laboratory tests.“Even though we do a small portion of the parasitology examination here, it needs to be improved,” he said. “We need to make the lab a more functioning laboratory.” Mr. Martor said the US$150k will enable the administration to standardize the building, equip the hospital and train personnel.The Ganta United Methodist Hospital is one of the oldest referral hospitals in Nimba County. It was established in the late 1920s by Dr. George Way Harley, a Methodist Missionary.Since Mr. Martor took over as administrator of the hospital last year, many developments have been taking place, including putting tiles on the hospital floor, improving the sanitation and the record system.The hospital has been recently fenced, and patients have to pass through what is known as a “triage” for temperature and other tests, before entering the main hospital.The management anticipates an increase in the size of the pediatric and adult wards.“We want to make the delivery ward a very decent place to encourage those who want to deliver in the hospital to have safe deliveries,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Dear Editor,My attention was brought to a callously irresponsible and reckless accusation made in an article written in the Liberian Observer by Rufus Berry on October 16th titled: “Bystanders Katie Meyler (More Than Me CEO), Ministries of Education and Gender are Just as Guilty as the Molesters.” In that article Berry suggested that as the Minister of Gender, I was “a bystander” during the rapes at the More Than Me Foundation.Berry wrote this article out of either mischief, spite, or the combination of both. What the lazy-minded critics like Berry and others forgot to realize, was that when the incident at MTM occurred in 2014, the country was in the throes of the devastating Ebola epidemic. As Minister of Gender at the time, my responsibility included, but was not limited to liaising with our foreign partners, including the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Committee of the Red Cross (IRC) and other NGOs to provide the emotional, psychological, and psychosocial support to our women who bore the brunt of that epidemic… up to 75 percent of the Ebola deaths were females.Even in the midst of this human catastrophe, our caseworkers investigated the More Than Me rapes, the victims identified and were provided welfare relief services. A complaint was made to the line agencies, the National Police Force and the Ministry of Justice, which led to the arrest of the predator. Of course, Rufus Berry wouldn’t know that, because the cowardly Berry did an Ebola Run; he fled Liberia to the safety of the US during the Ebola epidemic; additionally, a casual research on his part would have educated Mr. Berry to the statutory responsibilities and functions of the Ministry of Gender; that the Ministry of Gender does not have the power to arrest or prosecute child predators. The Ministry of Gender and Child Protection works in conjunction with other line government agencies such as the Ministry of Justice, the National Police Force, Ministry of Health, etcetera.If Berry is so interested in expanding the functions of the Ministry of Gender and Child Protection, this is an opportunity for him to petition his senators and representatives to give more powers to the aforesaid agency, instead of launching attacks out of ignorance.RegardsJulia Duncan-CassellShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The body of Florence “Rusty” Tullis is still at the county coroner’s office, nearly three months after she died. Los Angeles County officials said the 70-year-old Glendora resident, portrayed by Cher in the 1985 movie “Mask,” is expected to be cremated within the next two weeks. “The family contacted us and asked the county to dispose of the remains,” said Capt. Ed Winter. The family can claim the remains after the body has been cremated, Winter said. She wanted to be cremated, said Cunningham, “She didn’t want any dirt on her.” Tullis died Nov. 11 from injuries she received in an Oct. 14 motorcycle accident in Azusa, coroner’s officials said. She was recuperating from two broken legs and other injuries at the Rio Hondo Convalescent Hospital until Nov. 10, when she was rushed to Beverly Hospital after complaining of stomach pain, disorientation, and other symptoms. She died there the next morning, Winter said. The coroner’s examination was completed in January.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “We will hold it for one year,” he said. It will be held at the Evergreen Cemetery in East Los Angeles, he said. The movie “Mask” was about Tullis’ son, Rocky Dennis. He was born with craniofacial disease, which made his head grow to twice its normal size. He died in 1978 at age 16. Her other son, Joshua, died at 32 from AIDS. Tullis’ niece, Helen Cunningham, said she plans to pick up the remains when the coroner makes them available. Cunningham said she was pleased to learn that her aunt will finally be cremated, and her wishes carried out, she said.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Public Library is hosting Magician Leif David tonight for a free magic show.Magician Leif David has come up to Northeast BC to do a tour of the northern libraries.His show is celebrating the Summer Reading Club’s theme, “Imagine the Possibilities.” The show is free and does not require registration, shares the Library- Advertisement -The show takes place Wednesday, July 17th at 6:30 pm in the Children’s Area of the Library.Magician Leif David from Kelowna, B.C. has been performing across Western Canada for the past 24 years.
A lighthouse on Inishtrahull Island off the coast of Donegal is to be examined by personnel using a Government helicopter following the recent storms.Inishtrahull Lighthouse off Malin Head.It is believed the lighthouse may be one of six which sustained damage during the strong winds and high seas.Inshitrahull sits 10 kms off Malin Head and is uninhabited since 1929 but enjoys an abundance of wildlife and is a protected area. The lighthouse has not been manned since 1987. DONEGAL LIGHTHOUSE TO BE INSPECTED AFTER RECENT STORMS was last modified: January 9th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:damagedonegalInishowenInishtrahull Islandstorm
The final round of the Zach Johnson Invitational will be held Tuesday morning with play starting at 9 a.m. Print Friendly Version Story Links The 54-hole event features 11 teams with Drake; Bradley, Creighton, Eastern Illinois, Green Bay, IUPUI, Loyola, North Dakota State, South Dakota, UNI, Valparaiso and Western Illinois.”We put ourselves in position,” Lewis said. “Our goal was to give us an opportunity going into the final 18. We will stick to our game plan and I am excited to get back out to compete tomorrow.” Freshman Lucas Scherf (Grinnell, Iowa) started the day with an 83 but then shaved nine strokes off for second-round score of 74 and a two-round total of 157. Freshman Shayne Patel (Edmond, Okla.) went 76-81 for his own 157. Patel and Scherf are tied for 44th. Playing as an individuals, senior Arjun Reddy (Tulsa, Okla.) finished with a 154 (73-81), sophomore Tim Lim (Hoffman Estates, Ill.) a 162 (79-83) and freshman Zac Jenkins (Warfield, England) a 166 (88-78) as he improved his score by 10 strokes. WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University men’s golf team is in a two-way second-place tie with North Dakota State after the first day of play on Monday, Oct. 1 at the 2018 Zach Johnson Invitational. Playing conditions were tough Monday with steady mist and rain early followed by strong winds and lower temperatures as the day went on. Drake shot a combined 598 (295-303) through 36 holes at the Glen Oaks Country Club in West Des Moines, Iowa. The Bulldogs are five strokes back of current leader and Missouri Valley Conference rival Bradley. Drake Bushong of Bradley is the individual leader at 141 after he carded a 4-under 67 in round one for the top round of the day, but slipped to a 74 in the second round.”Today was a challenging day with cold and wet conditions,” said Drake head coach Matt Lewis. “After a slow start in the first round I thought we played pretty solid. The rain picked up in the afternoon which made for tougher scoring conditions. The guys battled hard all day and I was proud of their effort.”Drake junior Kyle MacDonald (Burlington, Ontario) is tied for seventh place after he carded a two-round total of 5-over par 147 (73-74). Junior Chase Wicklund (Scottsdale, Ariz.) shot even par 71 in the first round but stumbled with a 78 in the next 18 holes as he is tied for 13th with a score of 149. Senior Tommi Avant (Chandler, Ariz.) shot a 152 (75-77) and sits in a tie for 26th. Zach Johnson Invitational Results
CO DONEGAL ETB POST LEAVING CERTIFICATE FETAC LEVEL 5 & 6 COURSES 2014/15 ENROLLING NOW(duration one year – full time)LOCATIONCOURSE NAMECODELEVEL TELEPHONE Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. DonegalNursing Studies5M43495O7491 21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. DonegalGeneral Studies5M31145O7491 21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. DonegalSports, Recreation and Exercise5M51465O7491 21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. DonegalArt, Craft and Design5M19845O7491 21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. DonegalBusiness Studies5M21025O7491 21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. DonegalEarly Childhood Care and Education5M20095O7491 21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. DonegalHospitality Operations5M20835O7491 21047Finn Valley College, Stranorlar, Co. DonegalBusiness Administration5M24685O7491 31684St. Catherine’s Vocational School, Killybegs, Co. 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PLCs offer a mixture of practical work, academic work and work experience.They are designed as a step towards skilled employment and are closely linked to industry and its needs.The Higher Education Links Scheme ‘links’ specific FETAC Level 5 Certificates and some Level 6 Advanced Certificates to a number of reserved places on higher education courses and the Institutes of Technology.In addition to this, some higher education institutions operate an admissions criteria and scoring system for non-specific FETAC Level 5 Certificate and Level 6 Advanced Certificate applicants.Anne Mc Hugh, Education Officer with Donegal ETB notes that a PLC course offers a perfect bridge for students which links second level with third level. “Students often experience a significant difference in the teaching and learning environment at third level.The teaching approach at PLC level successfully uses a combination of the highly personalised second level approach and the self-directed focus of third level thereby equipping the student with an excellent set of learning tools and skills for future study.A wide range of disciplines are covered including business/ebusiness, marketing, computing, sport and leisure, art craft and design, tourism, horticulture, childcare & nursing etc.Acceptance to courses is by application form and/or interview. 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Judge Paul KellyA MOTORIST who fell asleep while driving causing serious injury to another motorist has been fined €300 after a judge heard of how he was helping other young motorists to change their driving habits.Gerard Brolly, of 47 Ingleside Drive, Strabane was involved in a crash on March 25, 2014, at Drumoghill, Manorcunningham. He pleaded guilty to careless driving.The 33-year-old had just completed the pro-Social Driving course in Letterkenny, the court heard.Judge Paul Kelly said he had a read a report from the course co-ordinator which showed that Brolly deeply regretted his actions and had participated fully in the course.In fact, said the judge, Brolly had agreed to return to the course on future occasions to speak to other motorists about his experiences.“The Road Safety Authority are frequently highlighting the dangers of driving while fatigued and this is a very graphic demonstration of what can happen,” said the judge.Brolly was suffering from personal trauma at the time of the crash as his mother was seriously ill.Judge Kelly said Brolly had shown “very genuine remorse” and had been an enthusiastic participant on the pro-social driving course.He said he was not going to disqualify Brolly on this occasion given the exceptional circumstances of the case.Brolly was fined €300.MOTORIST WHO CAUSED SERIOUS CRASH NOW HELPING YOUNG DRIVERS CHANGE THEIR WAYS was last modified: July 16th, 2015 by John2Share 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:careless drivingGerard Brollymanorcunninghamstrabane
Jamal Jones led his Arcata High varsity football team to its first winning season since 2012 last fall. Now entering his third year as head coach, Jones is eager to keep the momentum he has built going. “We’re coming into this season how we did last season,” Jones said. “Hungry, with a sense urgency and an expectation of success.”Jones took over Arcata’s head coaching job in 2016. The Tigers had amassed a 1-28 record in the three years prior to Jones arrival. Nonetheless, the former Humboldt …