Gary L Fraser, 79, died Feb 15th from injuries sustained in an auto accident earlier that morning. Gary was born Dayton, Ohio on March 20, 1937. He was preceded in death by his parents, Oscar and Myrtle Fraser, and his younger brother, Dennis Fraser, of Dayton Ohio. He survived by his wife, Cathy May of Osgood, and his step children, Tony Alstott, Christine Attwood and Gena Beard. Also step grandchildren Ahnya Eviger (Joe), Rachel Alstott, Josiah Alstott (Jesse), Caleb Alstott, Mary Alstott, Sara Key and Dallas Struckman and great granddaughter Adyson. Also, surviving him are the mother of his children, Jannalee Fraser and their children, Matthew Fraser (Rose) and Holly Fraser. Gary and Jannalee’s grandchildren are Jeremiah Fraser, Yara and Glory Sief, Emma and Ella Fraser and Adrianne and A. J. Fraser. He attended four years at Antioch College in Yellow Springs Ohio, and one year at the University of Dayton. He served six years in the Air Force Reserves as an Air Traffic Controller at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Gary was an “advertising man.” He spent his life in sales mostly for various newspapers. As a young man, Gary was Vice President of the Ohio State Jaycees. Gary was an avid reader and collector, and a published poet. He had a great sense of humor and was interested in everyone he met. He loved music and played harmonica and keyboard. Gary was a member of the First Baptist Church of Osgood. He was a past member of the Kiwanis and Lions Clubs. Gary believed in giving back and was active in his church and community wherever he lived. He loved putting a smile on other people’s faces and gave away hundreds of stuffed animals wherever he went. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at the Osgood First Baptist Church at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 25. The family requests memorials be given to the Osgood First Baptist Church.Arrangements by Neal’s Funeral Home.
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AS part of its cricket development programme, the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club, M.S, will be arranging a minimum of fifteen cricket tournaments during the year at the Under-15,U- 17 and U-19 levels, as well at the female and second division levels.As such, the club is inviting cricket clubs in Berbice to officially register their respective teams if they wish to participate in the cricket tournaments.Club Secretary/CEO,Hilbert Foster, stated that the RHTY&SC is very disappointed with the current situation, whereby the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) is unable to fulfil its mandate due to a court injunction.Foster also expressed concerns about the state of Berbice Cricket and the lack of investment in the development of new talents.Foster noted that 16 teams will be involved in the Under-15,U17 and U- 19 tournaments, with the RHTY&SC expected to field three of the 16 teams.With 13 teams available, clubs have until February 10 to register.The Under-15 players have to be born on or after the 1st September, 2002; Under-17 players on or after the 1st September 2002, and Under-19 players on or after the 1st September, 1998.Twelve teams will be involved in several second division tournaments, with two coming from the RHTY&SC.Only two first division players who have played more than a combined four first division matches (3 days, 50 overs or 20/20) in 2016/2017 shall be allowed to play per team, while Under 19 players born after the 1st September 1998 shall not be considered as first Division players.All junior team applications must have the names of the players, dateS of birth, telephone numbers and schools attended.The RHTY&SC will debar any club which provides misleading information.Contact can be made at the club’s office via telephone number 337-4562;email or visit the office during working hours: 8:30hrs -18:00hrs Monday to Saturday. Interested clubs can also send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Associated Press May 15, 2020 Jonathan Taylor among 3 draft picks to sign with ColtsUNDATED (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts signed three more draft picks Friday: running back Jonathan Taylor out of Wisconsin, quarterback Jacob Eason of Washington, and linebacker Jordan Glasgow of Michigan.Indy now has seven of nine draft picks under contract, all on four-year deals.Taylor was the second of the Colts’ two second-round picks, No. 41 overall, and became the first junior in FBS history to rush for more than 6,000 career yards. He’s expected to split carries with Marlon Mack.Eason was taken in the fourth round, No. 122, and will open training camp as the third quarterback on the depth chart behind Philip Rivers and Jacoby Brissett (brih-SEHT’). Brown said during a video conference Friday that a ligament was placed back onto his thumb bone. He said he played through the problem this season, and while it could be painful, it didn’t limit him much.Brown has scored 8.9 points per game this season, more than double his average as a rookie in 2018-19.In other NBA news:— Philadelphia 76ers coach Brett Brown says All-Stars Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid (joh-EHL’ ehm-BEED’) are recovering nicely from their injuries. Simmons suffered nerve damage in his lower back after a hard fall during a game in February. Embiid had been bothered by a shoulder injury. Both players should be healthy and ready to try to lead the Sixers to their first NBA championship since 1983 should the season resume. Brown says he’s considered his fate as Sixers coach after a season of expectations to contend for an NBA championship faded to sixth in the Eastern Conference when it stopped because of the coronavirus pandemic. NFL-NEWS Glasgow was Indy’s final pick in the sixth round, No. 213, and is expected to pIay a key role on special teams. He could also play safety.Indy’s other second-round selection, receiver Michael Pittman Jr., and cornerback Julian Blackmon, a third-round pick, remain unsigned.In other NFL news:— The Cleveland Browns have hired former 49ers executive Kwesi Adofo-Mensah as their new vice president of football operations — a top assistant to first-year general manager Andrew Berry. Adofo-Mensah will join a new staff in Cleveland after Browns owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam overhauled the front office following a 6-10 season. GM John Dorsey parted ways with the team after two years and the Haslams hired Berry, who was previously with the Browns before spending one season with the Philadelphia Eagles.— Former NFL linebacker James Harrison says Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin did not offer a bounty for an illegal hit on a member of the Cleveland Browns. Harrison told former teammate Willie Colon on a podcast that Tomlin handed him an envelope shortly after Harrison was fined in 2010 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massqoui. Harrison declined to specify what was in the envelope, but posted on Instagram that Tomlin never offered a bounty on opposing players. Steelers President Art Rooney II said he’s “certain” the exchange between Harrison and Tomlin never happened. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNBA-NEWSPistons’ Bruce Brown says he had thumb surgery last monthUNDATED (AP) — Pistons guard Bruce Brown had thumb surgery last month and is ready to play if the NBA season resumes. Howe is best known as the manager of the “Moneyball” Oakland Athletics playoff teams in the late 1990s and early 2000s, winning 600 games over seven seasons. He also managed the Astros and Mets before ending his managerial career 1,129-1,137.In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic:— NASCAR has yet to receive the green light to race in Pennsylvania. Gov. Tom Wolf says he spoke to NASCAR officials about the status of the June 27 and 28 races at Pocono Raceway. The stock car series announced this week it will stick to Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia, Florida and Alabama for June races — all of them without fans. Wolf says he told NASCAR officials that Pennsylvania wasn’t ready to make a decision. He added the area where they want to have the gathering is in the red zone. The Cup Series is scheduled to resume this Sunday at Darlington Raceway.— The IMSA sports car series will resume racing on July 4 at Daytona International Speedway. The track and the series are both owned by NASCAR, which is resuming its season Sunday in South Carolina. The IMSA race will be without spectators and technically fills a void created when NASCAR this season ended its annual holiday race weekend in Florida for Indianapolis Motor Speedway. IMSA will then go to Sebring International Raceway July 17-18 for another race in Florida without fans. The sports car series had completed just one event, the Rolex 24 at Daytona in January, before the coronavirus pandemic.— The Michigan tournament where the LPGA Tour hoped to resume has been canceled. The LPGA says the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational will not be played July 15-18. The tour did not offer any other specifics except for Commissioner Mike Whan emphasizing the long-term health of the tour is paramount. This is the only team event on the LPGA schedule. Whan says Dow has extended its title sponsor contract and the LPGA will return to the Great Lakes Bay region next year and beyond. The cancellation means the LPGA now hopes to return July 23-26 with the Marathon LPGA Classic in Ohio. MLB-OBIT-BOB WATSONFormer MLB All-Star and executive Bob Watson diesUNDATED (AP) — Bob Watson, a two-time All-Star as a player who later became the first black general manager to win a World Series with the New York Yankees in 1996, has died. He was 74.The Houston Astros, for whom Watson played his first 14 major league seasons, announced the death Thursday night.Watson’s son Keith said he died from kidney disease. Watson was nicknamed “The Bull” and made the All-Star team in 1973 and ’75, hit over .300 four times and drove in at least 100 runs twice. He also holds the distinction of scoring the 1 millionth run in major league history.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSArt Howe battling coronavirusUNDATED (AP) — Former major league manager and infielder Art Howe is in intensive care in a Houston hospital with the coronavirus.The 73-year-old Howe confirmed to Houston TV station KPRC 2 Thursday night that he has been dealing with the illness since first feeling symptoms of COVID-19 on May 3. Howe told the station he found out he was positive two days after being tested and tried to recover at home. He went to the hospital by ambulance on Tuesday and remained in ICU. Update on the latest sports — The professional tennis tours are extending their suspensions caused by the coronavirus pandemic through at least the end of July. The total number of tournaments scrapped by the ATP and WTA since March now tops 40. Both tours say they will make further scheduling announcements in June. The top tours already had been on hold at least until July 13. That was announced on April 1 on the same day that the All England Club said it would be canceling Wimbedon for the first time in 75 years because of the outbreak.— The International Tennis Hall of Fame’s 2020 induction ceremony for Goran Ivanisevic and Conchita Martinez has been canceled. So has the annual men’s grass-court Hall of Fame Open tournament. The induction was scheduled at the Hall in Newport, Rhode Island, for July 18. That is the same day the tournament was supposed to finish. But the COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in the suspension of all sanctioned tennis competition since March and at least until the end of July. Ivanisevic and Martinez now will be honored alongside any Class of 2021 inductees in July 2021.— The Belgian Grand Prix can go ahead on its original August date, but with no fans. Friday’s announcement by local Belgian authorities came two days after the Belgian government allowed outdoor training at sporting facilities to resume under a coach’s supervision starting next week. The Formula One race scheduled for Aug. 28-30 was under threat after Belgium banned all mass events in the country until Aug. 31 because of the coronavirus pandemic. The track will reopen for professional practice on May 18.— Professional soccer resumes in Germany Saturday following a two-month break caused by the coronavirus pandemic. But no fans will be present at any of the matches and players have been warned to desist from spitting, handshakes or hugging. Goal celebrations will be muted with teammates staying apart and substitutes will have to wear protective masks on the sideline. The measures are part of the league’s strict hygiene measures to minimize the risk of infection. Sky TV says it will offer viewers a new audio option with prerecorded fan chants, singing and reactions based on the games to compensate for the lack of atmosphere. The German soccer federation has delayed the restart of the men’s third division because it doesn’t have political approval.— The Russian soccer league will restart on June 21 after a break of more than three months because of the coronavirus pandemic. The league intends to pack eight rounds of games into just over one month to finish on July 22. All games will be held in empty stadiums. The Russian Cup will also continue with the final on July 25. That means some clubs face up to 11 games to finish the season. — The English Premier League has received government backing to resume next month if games become more accessible to fans and the world’s richest soccer competition provides financial support across the English game. The top division is the most advanced in its planning to restart amid concerns the three other professional football leagues in England could lack the funding to resume without ticket revenue from supporters. Mass gatherings are still banned and fans are not allowed to attend sports events.— Major League Soccer has extended a league-wide moratorium on group and team training through June 1. Players are permitted to use outdoor team training fields for voluntary individual workouts, in compliance with local health authorities and government orders that were created in consultation with medical and infectious disease experts. Team training facilities remain closed to all players except those requiring medical treatment or rehabilitation.— The CEO of next year’s Tokyo Olympics says the postponed games might not look like what fans are accustomed to. Toshiro Muto says cuts are likely in many areas with the cost of the postponement estimated in Japan at between $2 billion and $6 billion. Muto says one target for saving money was the torch relay. He says “we are looking into every possible area” for cuts.— The National Women’s Hockey League has canceled the Isobel Cup championship game between the Boston Pride and Minnesota Whitecaps. The game was scheduled March 13 in Boston, before the initial postponement because of the coronavirus pandemic. Ticket holders can request a refund or choose to apply their payment toward Pride tickets for next season.— Bowling Green has dropped baseball as part of a move to ease financial stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The school says it’s reducing its athletic budget by $2 million. Athletic director Bob Moosbrugger says the school will honor scholarship agreements through graduation and will assist student-athletes who want to transfer. Bowling Green’s move came one day after Akron, another member of the Mid-American Conference, dropped three sports because of fiscal hardship caused by the virus outbreak.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
Facebook Twitter Google+ CHICAGO – The style of offense Virginia predicated its dominance on, the kind that dismantled, dissected and chewed apart every piece of the zone for over 30 minutes, was fading. And fading fast.The Cavaliers built a 16-point lead that seemed insurmountable. A lead sure to shatter Syracuse’s glass slipper with Virginia’s methodical execution of threading passes and slipping cuts through a zone whose cracks were stretched open wider than in any of the Orange’s prior three games.So with under 10 minutes remaining in the second half and SU trailing by double digits, its Cinderella run on the brink, Syracuse started to press. It had to. Against a team who is arguably the best in the country at doing what SU was trying to force it not to.“We weren’t going to cut a 15-point lead against Virginia down by playing half court,” Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim said. “The best we could hope for is lose the game by seven, six or seven, if we play well…if we play well.”One of the first times Syracuse picked up full court, Virginia easily broke the press for a seamless layup, proving its code wouldn’t crack like the defense Syracuse predicates its own success on did. But slowly, the Orange chipped away. With each steal, each forced shot, each sped-up possession, the Cavaliers were inched out of their method of dominance and into a defensive mode. Not defense like the stringent kind that ranked second-best in the country this season, but a defense that was slowly crumbling at the hands of a raging Syracuse offense that threatened to make a comeback once unimaginable.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWhen London Perrantes missed a layup in transition with just less than six minutes left and Malachi Richardson converted an acrobatic layup at the other end, Syracuse took a 59-58 lead less than three minutes after it trailed by double digits. Now it was Syracuse dictating the pace and Virginia on its heels, a stark contrast that defied the logic of everything in the game up to that point. The 10th-seeded Orange (23-13, 9-9 Atlantic Coast) held onto that lead and somehow, some way, flipped the game on its head to pull off a stunning 68-62 upset of top-seeded Virginia (29-8, 13-5) and advance to the Final Four.“They’re a tough team to press…good guards and old experienced guards,” Trevor Cooney said. “It just worked for us and some things just fall into place.”Perrantes, a 48-percent 3-point shooter coming into Sunday, hit five 3-pointers in the first half and dictated a game separated by 14 at the break. He’s a junior. Malcolm Brogdon, one of four finalists for the 2016 Naismith Award given to the country’s best player, began the second half receiving passes at the foul line and orchestrating an offense that had an answer for any rotation, trap or pressure Syracuse put on. He’s a senior.The two pioneering Virginia along a seemingly clear path to the Final Four now had a challenge that, on the surface, was elementary. Especially after one Syracuse stop was quickly followed with a transition layup, the Cavaliers affirmed its wherewithal to break Syracuse’s last resort that allowed it to barely escape against Gonzaga.But a 2-on-1 fastbreak was nullified when Anthony Gill stutter-stepped and was called for traveling. Richardson finished at the other end to cut the lead to nine. The emotional turn of the game came when Virginia tried to beat the press over the top but Richardson intercepted the arching ball before throwing it off an opponent, diving over the scorer’s table and earning SU a possession, much like many down the stretch, that granted it just another breath.“The inbounds pass was a little too far for him and I knew I could get to it but I was probably going to end up going out of bounds,” Richardson said. “I knew once I threw it back at him I wanted to get out of the way of it. I think I did fall into a monitor. I just wanted to make sure it didn’t hit me once I threw it off him.”It seemed buried in the tale of the freshman who scored 21 second-half points and shouldered the offensive tirade for Syracuse. But most of his second-half outburst was jumpstarted by an SU defense that made plays far less spectacular than Richardson’s circus act near midcourt.Sometimes, Syracuse didn’t force turnovers. Others, the Orange didn’t heavily contest a Virginia shot. A formula that, on paper, would be destined for failure on any night against a Cavaliers team that rarely leaves openings unexploited. But not on this night, not when Syracuse refused to fade.“A few times, even though we didn’t get turnovers, we forced early shots, we did a pretty good job in transition at contesting vertically,” assistant coach Gerry McNamara said. “It just changed the pace of the game.”That pace, the one that ended Virginia’s season and kept Syracuse’s alive, only slowed when SU inbounded the ball with two seconds left, finally able to walk out the waning seconds of a game it wasn’t supposed to win.Then the pace vastly changed for one last time, even with nothing left on the clock. This time, it was Syracuse’s bench dictating it as the players charged onto the court, ones that had been slouched until the start of an improbable run that added one more chapter to an improbable season. Comments Published on March 28, 2016 at 12:24 am Contact Matt: email@example.com | @matt_schneidman
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The lawsuit alleges the league violated his constitutional rights by relying on information from an “illegal” recording that publicized racist remarks he made to a girlfriend. It also said the league committed a breach of contract by fining Sterling $2.5 million and that it violated antitrust laws by trying to force a sale.“I have decided that I must fight to protect my rights,” Donald Sterling said. “While my position may not be popular, I believe that my rights to privacy and the preservation of my rights to due process should not be trampled. I love the team and have dedicated 33 years of my life to the organization. I intend to fight to keep the team.”Donald Sterling had agreed to ink the deal and drop the suit last week assuming “all their differences had been resolved,” his attorneys said. But individuals close to the negotiations who weren’t authorized to speak publicly said he decided to not sign the papers after learning the NBA won’t revoke its lifetime ban and fine.“There was never a discussion involving the NBA in which we would modify Mr. Sterling’s penalty in any way whatsoever. Any suggestion otherwise is complete fabrication,” NBA spokesman Mike Bass said.Shelly Sterling and her attorney Pierce O’Donnell declined to comment through representatives. Shelly Sterling utilized her authority as sole trustee of The Sterling Family Trust, which owns the Clippers, to take bids for the team and ultimately negotiate a deal with Ballmer. The deal would be record-breaking if approved by the NBA’s owners.An individual familiar with the negotiations who wasn’t authorized to speak publicly said Monday that there were two options for Donald Sterling — to either sign or go to court. But even if he wins in court, he’s ultimately winning a judgment against himself because his wife Shelly Sterling has agreed to indemnify the NBA against all lawsuits, including by her husband, the individual said.Donald Sterling’s comments to V. Stiviano included telling her to not bring black people to Clippers games, specifically mentioning Hall of Famer Magic Johnson. They resulted in a storm of outrage from the public and players and even prompted President Barack Obama to comment on what he called Sterling’s “incredibly offensive racist statements.”Donald Sterling said in his statement that he was “extremely sorry for the hurtful statements” he made privately but said them out of anger and jealousy and didn’t intend for them to be public.NBA Commissioner Adam Silver ultimately decided to ban Donald Sterling for life, fine him millions, and began efforts to force Sterling to sell the team. Those efforts ended with Shelly Sterling’s deal with Ballmer.If this deal ultimately goes through, its terms allow Shelly Sterling to remain close to the organization by allowing for up to 10 percent of the team — or $200 million — to be spun off into a charitable foundation that she would essentially run.Shelly Sterling and Ballmer would be co-chairs of the foundation, which would target underprivileged families, battered women, minorities and inner city youths.Under the deal Shelly Sterling would also get the title of “owner emeritus” and be entitled to continuing perks such as floor seats, additional seats at games and parking.One of the individuals said the deal also includes conditions that allow Ballmer to buy back the 10 percent portion of the team for a pre-designated price upon Shelly Sterling’s death.___AP Basketball Writer Brian Mahoney contributed to this report. LOS ANGELES >> Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has pulled his support from a deal to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and will pursue his $1 billion federal lawsuit against the NBA, his attorney said Monday.“We have been instructed to prosecute the lawsuit,” said attorney Maxwell Blecher. He said co-owner Donald Sterling would not be signing off on the deal to sell.Donald Sterling issued a one-page statement dated Monday titled “The Team is not for Sale” and said that “from the onset, I did not want to sell the Los Angeles Clippers.”The $2 billion sale was negotiated by his wife Shelly Sterling after Donald Sterling’s racist remarks to a girlfriend were publicized and the NBA moved to oust him as owner.
Wellington Police notes for Tuesday, March 10, 2015:â€¢11:00 a.m. Officers took a report of an animal bite in the area of 13th & Blaine, Wellington that occurred on March 9, 2015.â€¢12 p.m. Officers took a report of an animal complaint in the 1200 block N. A, Wellington occurred on March 9, 2015â€¢2:30 p.m. Officers took a report of an animal bite in the area of 16 Shadybrook, Wellington.â€¢4:45 p.m. Officers investigated a identification theft in the 300 block E. 18th, Wellington by a known suspect.â€¢6:21 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to a wall in the 200 block S. Douglas, Wellington.â€¢6:45 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 200 block E. 15th, Wellington.â€¢8:54 p.m. Officers investigated minors in possession of alcohol in the 1600 block W. Lynn Burris Drive by known subject(s), Wellington.â€¢8:55 p.m. Bobby L. Altis, 18, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for minor in possession of alcohol.â€¢8:55 p.m. Vincent A. Ast, 19, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for minor in possession of alcohol.â€¢10:50 p.m. Victoria L. Moore, 18, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for driverâ€™s license violation and no turn signal.
Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (13) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. -1 Vote up Vote down Shandra · 244 weeks ago Someone decorate it please. Report Reply 0 replies · active 244 weeks ago +14 Vote up Vote down Guest · 244 weeks ago Thanks Chamber of Commerce. Looking forward to seeing the decorated tree. First a great Wheat Festival and now a Christmas parade and community tree. You are appreciated! Report Reply 0 replies · active 244 weeks ago -14 Vote up Vote down Thirsty · 244 weeks ago So when this tree grows really big is it going to to pose a obstruction for traffic using the roundabout? Report Reply 2 replies · active 244 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down Vicky T · 244 weeks ago Why not each Wellington family resident put an ornament on the tree. Could be homemade or store bought and decorate as a “community tree”? Report Reply 1 reply · active 243 weeks ago +11 Vote up Vote down Local · 244 weeks ago There were lights on it tonight and it looked very festive! Thank you to everyone who worked on it. Report Reply 0 replies · active 244 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down npts · 244 weeks ago Please DON’T plant anything at the “merry” go round about as there is a good chance it will turn out like the cement embunkments downtown that we can barely see “round about” now and continue to be a hazard to traffic. We need all the clear visual space we can get in the loop de loop. Report Reply 2 replies · active 243 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Sheila King · 243 weeks ago Why not make it in memory of Caleb Blansett and decorate it every year with the ornamants we put on his tree last year. Report Reply 0 replies · active 243 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down drf · 243 weeks ago No danger of it growing really big, it’s a cut tree. Report Reply 0 replies · active 243 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” So what is up with the tree in the middle of the roundabout?Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Annarose White smiled when asked the question.â€œWhen I started here there were two things people wanted done,â€ White said. â€œOne was to restart the Christmas parade.â€œThe second one is to do some kind of landscaping for the center of the roundabout.â€The Christmas parade, organized by the Sumner County Moms, occurred last Friday night with 18 floats. The landscaping of the Roundabout is a work in progress.Putting up an undecorated Christmas tree doesnâ€™t really constitute landscaping the roundabout. But White said itâ€™s a start to recognize that this is something that can lead to a beautification project in the community so many want to see.The tree is to be decorated White promised on Wednesday. There is water and electricity available at the location. Â But she hopes it can be decorated soon.The tree was donated by Mill Creek Lumber & Supply and it was erected sometime last week.The plan is to put up lights, nothing elaborate, she said.â€œThis really is a joint effort of the chamber and the city,â€ White said.The WACC, Â and the city public work departments made this tree possible, White said.Â Follow us on Twitter.
Photo: EFE “One of the prettiest things is that you don’t need many words when you talk to a former player and former champion like Conchita, the complicity is always there,” he said about his coach Conchita Martinez after matching his best result at an Australian Open.The reality is that the results have not taken long to arrive with her new coach because, regardless of what happens in future rounds, the Hispanic-Venezuelan has been able to break a negative dynamic that condemned her to win only one match from Roland Garros until The conclusion of last year.He returned to fill his tennis with joy, after leaving no trace of the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina (5) in the previous round, to put an end to the path of a Bertens that reached the eighth without losing a single set.In addition, the Wimbledon and Roland Garros champion first agreed to a quarter-finals in a ‘major’ competition after she passed the fourth round in the Parisian big in 2018.Regarding its possible rivals, the only Spanish with options in the table has a positive background against both the German and the Russian.With Kerber he has a favorable 5-3 in direct confrontations; while with respect to Pavlyuchenkova maintains a forceful 4-1 in his favor. That of Caracas wins by a clear 6-3 double to the DutchHis rival will be the winner of the Pavlyuchenkova-Kerber Spain’s Garbiñe Muguruza showed off again to eliminate the new head of the series, the Dutch Kiki Bertens (9), for an unappealable double 6-3 and already awaits in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open to the winner of the clash that will face the German Angelique Kerber with the Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
Anthony Patrick is still at Waterhouse despite being relieved as head coach of the struggling Premier League team. He remains at the club as assistant coach and is also in charge of the youth programme. Patrick returned to Waterhouse as interim coach of the Red Stripe Premier League outfit following the resignation of Calvert Fitzgerald, who started the season in charge. Poor results led to Fitzgerald stepping aside. Patrick took over. However, the team continued to struggle. It was rumoured that Paul Young would have taken over some two months ago, but the deal was finalised last week and Young took charge on Friday. When contacted yesterday, Patrick explained his role at the club. “I was playing an interim role until Paul Young came in. Now he is at the club, so I am his assistant and also in charge of the youth programme,” Patrick told The Gleaner. Young, who also had a stint at Waterhouse in 2009, a 2-2 draw against Tivoli Gardens last Sunday at Waterhouse Stadium. Although Waterhouse are at the foot of the table, on 14 points from 17 games, Patrick remains hopeful they will start winning soon. “It will take self-discipline from players. He (Young) is stressing on that, as it is important in moving forward. “We are trying to get the players to concentrate for the entire game. We have to be hopeful that the team can start winning. With five games remaining in the second round, the aim is to win those games then enter the third and final preliminary round in an improved position and take it from there. “We still have a chance of making the last four for the championship play-off,” Patrick said. Waterhouse next play Cavalier SC at Stadium East this Sunday, starting at 5 p.m.