Chinese Railway 17th Bureau Group donates $5000.00 to DABA

first_img Tweet Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews Chinese Railway 17th Bureau Group donates $5000.00 to DABA by: – July 5, 2011 50 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Share Mr. Jing Hao presenting to Mr. Dave Baron at this morning’s presentation.The Chinese Railway 17th Bureau Group Corporation through its Project Manager at a press conference this morning, has donated EC $5000.00 to the Dominica Amateur Basketball Association.The Project Manager Mr. Jing Hao through his translator Ms. Rhonda Linton said, although he was not familiar with the game until he arrived here in Dominica and saw several young people engaged in the activity, he has realized that basketball is very important to the Dominican people and grew to like the sport.He also indicated how difficult it is to raise  funds and they are pleased to make this donation to the association, hoping that it will assist them in working towards being the number one team in the Caribbean and by extension the World.Mr. Hao also hopes that the general public will not only view the company as a construction one but to also view them as a company who is interested in sports and assisting the young people.Members of the head table at this morning’s presentation; Ms. Rhonda Linton, Mr. Jing Hao, Mr. Mickey Joseph and Mr. Dave BaronMeantime President of the DABA Dave Baron expressed gratitude to the Company for their generous donation which is very timely as they are now preparing to host the Windward Island Basketball Championship which will be in September of this year.The money will therefore be utilized for uniforms and equipments for this tournament.Mr. Baron also indicated that although the Company may not be able to provide further moneytary contributions they could also consider assiting the association in repairing some of the hardcourts.He also urged the general public to continue to support the association as they help create avenues for our young people to excel.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

Syracuse splits doubleheader with 10-inning victory over Grand Canyon and shutout loss to No. 5 UCLA

first_img Published on February 18, 2018 at 11:06 pm Contact Eric: | @esblack34 Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (4-3) began its doubleheader on Sunday with its most exciting victory of the year, but followed it with its second shutout loss in as many days immediately after.The Orange opened the day with a 9-8 extra-innings win against the Grand Canyon Antelopes (3-7), a contest in which SU fell behind early but came back to win in 10 innings. The elongated game meant that Syracuse had to start its game against the No. 5 UCLA (8-0) later than scheduled, but Bruins starting pitcher Rachel Garcia made sure that the game ended quickly for the Orange. Garcia was perfect through six innings against Syracuse, ultimately allowing just one hit over seven innings, striking out 10 en route to a 6-0 complete-game victory.A day after pitching the second perfect game in SU history, Alexa Romero was back starting in the circle for the Orange against the Antelopes. She saw much less success on Sunday, allowing five consecutive runs to GCU in the first four innings before settling down to allow her offense to heat up.A 5-0 deficit after three and a half innings quickly turned into a 5-4 game after five innings, kicked off by an RBI groundout by Lailoni Mayfield in the fourth. A scoreless top of the fifth by Romero was followed by the Orange’s most successful frame of the day, a three-run bottom half punctuated by a Neli Casares-Maher RBI double that cut the lead to one.The Antelopes doubled their lead in the top half of the sixth thanks to a Jordon Keeton double to center field, but SU wasn’t done scoring. Bryce Holmgren’s single in the bottom of the seventh, one of her four hits on the day, scored Syracuse’s fifth and sixth runs after an Antelopes error to tie the game at six and send it into extra innings.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe teams traded a run each in both the eighth and ninth innings before a scoreless top half of the tenth by AnnaMarie Gatti led to the deciding inning for the Orange. Casares-Maher, starting the inning on second base due to the NCAA’s tiebreaker rule, reached third base on a bunt by Mayfield and scored the game-winning run during the ensuing at-bat, thanks to a GCU error.Syracuse’s highest-scoring game of the year didn’t translate into the second game of its doubleheader, thanks to the performance of the redshirt-sophomore, Garcia. Gatti started for SU but had control problems in the loss, going two innings and giving up four runs on five walks and two hits.The Orange didn’t tally its first hit until the top of the 7th, when senior Sammy Fernandez singled to the left side to serve as SU’s first baserunner of the day. Holmgren was hit by a pitch two batters later and the Orange had a last-gasp rally of sorts in the works, but a groundout by Casares-Maher and a strikeout Rachel Burkhardt, her third of the day, ended any hope of an SU comeback.Syracuse wraps up its road trip against Cal Poly at 11:30 a.m. on Monday. Commentslast_img read more

Sumner County Sheriff Office weekly jail bookings: Feb. 16 to Feb. 22, 2016

first_imgWolverton, Joe R.26Caldwell, KSAve. E. Main, Caldwell, KSSUSODriving while license cancelled2/18/16 Kemper, Johnnie F.53Augusta, KSButler County JailSUSOFailure to appear2/16/16 Altis, Anthony P.22Wellington, KS16th & A St., Wellington, KSWPDDriving while license cancelled; Operate vehicle without liability insurance2/16/16 Stephen, Christopher E.39Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSODriving while a habitual violator2/16/16 Speckhals, Christopher M.27Wichita, KSEl Dorado Crrectional FacilitySUSOFailure to appear2/18/16 Leis, Zachary H.22Wichita, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation violation (X2)2/17/16 Wilkenson, Roger D.45Wichita, KS1400 N. US 81, Wellington, KSSUSODriving while habitual violator; Vehicles unlawful acts registration; Operate vehicle without liability insurance2/18/16 Wiley, Loretta L..32Wellington, KS2000 N. H St., Wellington, KSWPDProbation violation2/18/16 French, Shaelynn25Wichita, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence2/21/16 Brewer, Beth A.56Wichita, KS100 N. Oliver Rd., Wellington, KSSUSODriving while license cancelled2/19/16 Sumner Newscow report — The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for Feb. 16 to Feb. 22, 2016 weekly jail bookings are as follows:  Moore, Daniel T.36Mannford, OK2022 E. 16th, Wellington, KSWPDTheft of property/services x22/21/16 Kessinger, James R.23Wellington, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOFailure to appear (X2)2/18/16 Young, Paul B.41Wichita, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOBond revocation2/18/16 Davis, Kenneth L.45Mulvane, KS216 E. Main St., Mulvane, KSMPDFailure to appear2/18/16 Campbell, Christopher A.29Oxford, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOBond revocation2/18/16 Bates, Ernest C.36Wichita, KS119th St. S. & Hydraulic, Mulvane, KSMPDTheft of property lost or mislaid2/18/16center_img NameAgeHome TownArrest locationAgencyChargesArrest date Bakken, Jerrod, J.32El Dorado, KS785 Kansas Star Drive, Mulvane, KSMPDIdentity theft/Criminal damage to property2/19/16 Cook, Ashton L.24Wichita, KS785 Kansas Star Drive, Mulvane, KSMPDPossession of stimulant; Use/possess w/intent to use drug paraphernalia2/19/16 Foreman, Ronnie L.43South Haven, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence2/19/16 Duran, Jesus R.20Arkansas City, KS1509 E. 16th St., Wellington, KSWPDLiquor purchase/consumption alcoholic liquor; Interference w/LEO2/19/16 Christy, Joshua A.30Belle Plaine, KS11100 S. Hydraulic Rd., Mulvane, KSSUSODriving while license cancelled2/20/16 Monday 0600  to  Monday 06002/15/16through 02-22-16WEEKLY BOOKINGS  Olson, Andrew T.39Wellington, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation violation2/19/16 Roberts, Steven M.32Aurora, MO500 E. US 160, Wellington, KSWPDOperate vehicle w/out liability insurance2/16/16 Garmon, Kelsey J.23Wellington, KSPlum & Harvey, Wellington, KSWPDTheft of property/services2/20/16 Brawley, Cory S.25Arkansas City, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence2/19/16 Anderson, Levi M.22Wellington, KSUS 160 MP 295, Wellington, KSKHPDriving under the influence of alcohol or drugs2/18/16 Brown, Justin30Wellington, KS300 E 18th, Wellington, KSWPDDriving while suspended / Operate a vehicle with liability insurance2/22/16 Sims, Michael L.64Wellington, KS907 N. C St., Wellington, KSWPDUnlawful discharge of firearm in city limits2/19/16 Spicer, Kelsey R.23Conway Springs, KS1800 W. 60th Ave., N., Argonia, KSSUSODriving under the influence of alcohol or drugs; Driving on right side of roadway required;2/20/16last_img read more

Unemployment claims take biggest drop since pandemic began

first_imgDES MOINES — Continuing unemployment claims dropped again last week.Iowa Workforce Development says the number of continuing claims was down by almost 18,000 from the previous week to 116,810. IWD says that is the biggest drop in ongoing claims since the start of the pandemic.The number of first-time claims also dropped last week by around 1,100. There were still around 9,500 first-time claims –with manufacturing leading the way at 2,085 last week. The self-employed and independent contractors saw 1,703 first-time claims.last_img read more