Twitter Google+ Pinterest Facebook Facebook NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Pinterest By admin – April 26, 2015 Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Wednesday May 26th Sinn Fein has increased its support by five points to 22 per cent in the latest Red C opinion poll.Support for the party dropped to five points to 17 per cent in the last poll conducted by the Sunday Business Post.The Government parties Fine Gael and Labour both dropped two points in today’s survey after making significant gains in recent opinion polls.Donegal TD Padraig Mc Lochainn says the latest poll is encouraging but the most important poll is the one that takes place in the next General Election:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/pad-.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Previous articleShay Given hopes to play for Ireland against England and Scotland in JuneNext articleAnne Kirkbride up for Soap Award admin Homepage BannerNews Nine Til Noon Show – Listen back to Wednesday’s Programme Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Sinn Fein support up by five points in latest opinion poll 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny WhatsApp WhatsApp
I’m excited to announce that Amazon has bought the naming rights to the historic Seattle arena previously known as KeyArena. Instead of calling it Amazon Arena, we’re naming it Climate Pledge Arena as a regular reminder of the urgent need for climate action. It will be the first net zero carbon certified arena in the world, generate zero waste from operations and events, and use reclaimed rainwater in the ice system to create the greenest ice in the NHL. #ClimatePledgeA post shared by Jeff Bezos (@jeffbezos) on Jun 25, 2020 at 11:00am PDTMORE: NHL Phase 2 detailsBezos penned a statement on Instagram:I’m excited to announce that Amazon has bought the naming rights to the historic Seattle arena previously known as KeyArena. Instead of calling it Amazon Arena, we’re naming it Climate Pledge Arena as a regular reminder of the urgent need for climate action. It will be the first net zero carbon certified arena in the world, generate zero waste from operations and events, and use reclaimed rainwater in the ice system to create the greenest ice in the NHL.Fans currently have the name of the stadium, but not the name of the franchise. If they’re still looking for nicknames, here are a few that are available: the Supersonics, Pilots, Primes and Kraken.”We have known for sometime now, we need to do everything different.”Together @amazon, @OakViewGroup & @NHLSeattle_ are doing just that. #ClimatePledgeArena will serve as a long-lasting & regular reminder of the urgent need for climate action.Visit → https://t.co/CAoP17Dw4x pic.twitter.com/iL3gOKBJv0— Climate Pledge Arena (@ClimateArena) June 25, 2020Key Arena, located in the Seattle Center, has been home to the Seattle Supersonics (now Oklahoma City Thunder) and is the future home of the Seattle Storm of the WNBA. The building was most recently named the KeyArena between 1995 and 2008. Your Amazon Prime dollars are hard at work.Amazon bought the sponsorship for long-standing KeyArena on Thursday, and is giving the reconstructed arena a new name. Impending fans of the newly christened Seattle NHL franchise will call Climate Pledge Arena their home, per Amazon head man Jeff Bezos. View this post on Instagram Opened in 1962, the building will be home ice to the unnamed Seattle NHL franchise once renovations are completed. The building was last used in 2018.Twitter, as always, chimed in with the climate-conscious name:This sucks so bad!! Bezos buying up Seattle piece by piece is no pledge to the climate, tax Amazon https://t.co/Rokj312pvt— lena raine 🎴 (@kuraine) June 25, 2020Whether you like it or not…Honestly, how many people thought Climate Pledge Arena was an Onion headline at first?— Aaron Levine (@AaronQ13Fox) June 25, 2020What on earth are we gonna nickname Climate Pledge Arena? The Greenhouse? An Inconvenient Roof?— Stephen Cohen (@scohenSEA) June 25, 2020seattle: what if you used your billions for affordable housingamazon: climate..seattle: okay that’s a great issue tooamazon: pledgeseattle: ???amazon: arena https://t.co/JZ9wLn7grK— Susana Machado (@smacha1995) June 25, 2020The temperature inside Climate Pledge Arena should rise by one degree every year https://t.co/dx4g0ALtub— Casey Newton (@CaseyNewton) June 25, 2020Seattle’s NHL franchise will take the ice in 2021.
Publix is the latest retailer asking its customers not to openly carry guns in their stores.The Florida-based company has over 12-hundred stores across the southeastern U.S., including in some states where open carry is legal.The state of Florida does not permit open carry of fire arms within its jurisdiction meaning that anyone openly carrying a fire arm in public is performing an unlawful act, whether or not they have a permit.Individuals in the state are allowed to openly carry firearms when they are inside their homes or places of business.Publix follows other retailers such as Walmart and Kroger, who have made similar requests following mass shootings in multiple states this year.“Publix respectfully requests that only law enforcement officials openly carry firearms in our stores,” the store said in a statement.
Melania Trump treated lunch amid the coronavirus pandemic.The first lady made a surprise visit with District of Columbia firefighters and emergency medical services personnel last week to deliver White House-prepared boxed lunches, tote bags, reusable face masks and hand sanitizer, her office said. She also met with police officers.Mrs. Trump had been making regular visits to schools, hospitals and other venues to promote her youth welfare initiative, “ Be Best. ” But after the pandemic forced classrooms to close and hospitals to bar visitors, it appears she turned to the White House kitchens for inspiration. The courtesy call came as President Donald Trump has made it clear that he stands with police and other law enforcement amid the nationwide calls for racial justice and changes to policing sparked by the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.
Tags: Buckinghamshire, Cheshire, Gloucestershire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Surre, Women’s County Finals, Yorkshire 16 Sep 2019 Lincolnshire comeback stuns Surrey on opening day of Women’s County Final Lincolnshire battled back to secure a 5-4 victory against Surrey on the first day of the Women’s County Finals at Delamere Forest Golf Club, Cheshire.Despite being 3-0 down going after the morning foursomes, Lincolnshire were able to secure their first point of the week after winning five out of six available points in the afternoon’s single matches. The stand-out performance came from Meg Illingworth who won 5&4 over Gabby Shacklady.Lincolnshire’s India Clyburn, Billie-Jo Smith and Ellise Rymer all won by one whilst the game was secured by Helen McDougal on the 17th after beating Jessica Adams of Surrey by two.Lincolnshire Team Captain, Helen Dawson, said the team proved what they could do: “They believe in themselves, they believe in each other and this afternoon they proved they can do it. You have to be confident, we all think we’re going to win, we all hope we’re going to win, we’ll all do our best to win.She added: “[after the morning foursomes] I think we thought we had nothing to lose, just go for it and don’t play it too safe.”Defending champions Gloucestershire also overcame a foursomes deficit to pick up an opening day victory. In conditions preferable to the storms at Royal North Devon GC last year, Gloucestershire were able to dominate the singles after a slow start in the morning’s play.Although Ffion Tynan and Alex Saunders took the first foursomes 7&6, Norfolk fought back to take the remaining two foursomes points.However, in the singles it was a different story as Gloucestershire almost swept the board. Apart from Abigail O’Riordan’s 1up victory over Jess Brown, Norfolk were unable to stop the defending champions, with each singles win at least 3&2 on the day.Meanwhile, Yorkshire, who missed out on the last day in 2019, started off their campaign with a crushing 8-1 victory over Buckinghamshire to jump to the top of the early standings in Cheshire.Buckinghamshire were competitive throughout the morning foursomes and it was only late on that Yorkshire secured a trio of tight 1 hole, 2 hole and 2&1 wins.However, they couldn’t apply enough pressure in the singles to make any serious threat to the Yorkshire charge. Thalia Kirby’s 2 hole win over Lily Hurst was Bucks only highlight as Nicola Slater, Mia Eales-Smith, Beth Norton, Evie Cooke and Hannah Holden all picked up singles wins.Image courtesy of Leaderboard PhotographyView the full leaderboard
Facebook81Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Dr. Nicole Adamson for Adamson ChiropracticDr. Nicole AdamsonLet’s get down to brass tacks…What does a chiropractor do? Who needs to see one? Most importantly, what is the benefit? I have to answer these questions every day, and it’s a good problem to have in my profession. Let’s explore these questions one step at a time.A chiropractor is a physician who specializes in manual medicine seeking to reduce pain and improve function. We do this by stretching sore muscles, mobilizing stiff joints, reducing pressure on sensitive neurological structures and restoring the integrity of the musculoskeletal system. We do all of this without surgery or drugs, and we get amazing results. Patients who seek chiropractic treatments experience less pain, improved sports performance and increased function in their daily activities.Most people will tell you that visiting a chiropractor is scary, or that you should see a “real doctor.” Let me ask you this: if you have a toothache, would you go to your foot doctor? Or if you had a broken leg, would you visit your dentist? Of course not. That would be very scary, and you would have a negative experience. But if you wake up with a stiff neck, or you get a back injury at work, or you pull a muscle in the gym you should seek treatment from a musculoskeletal physician – a real doctor that specializes in biomechanical injuries. You should see a Chiropractor.Just like any other avenue of medicine, there are a lot of different types of chiropractors. Some specialize in specific treatment protocols, some specialize in treating certain conditions, and even more specialize in family health and wellness. Regardless of your diagnosis, there is one out there that will suit you and I recommend being proactive. Get established with a chiropractor you like, have them check out any aches or pains and let them tell you their opinion. You don’t have to have an injury for a consultation. You can go in for a wellness visit which is very beneficial so that your doctor can evaluate you at a “regular” level of function. Don’t wait for that day when you help your neighbor move a couch and you throw out your back and can’t move for a week. Don’t wait for the day when you get rear-ended on the way home from the store and you have neck pain every morning. Parents please don’t wait for your youth baseball player to blow out his or her shoulder after complaining for weeks that they are sore. Start early. Be proactive. Get a specialist on your team that can handle these situations so you don’t have to visit a surgeon.Chiropractic care is very beneficial for patients experiencing general pain or stiffness, and it is very specific curative treatment for many acute, biomechanical conditions. If you have not been evaluated by a chiropractor, why not? What are you waiting for? Do something to improve your physical health and wellness and start with a chiropractic visit today.
Facebook45Tweet0Pin0Submitted by the Secretary of StateCIELO, a nonprofit organization in Olympia that provides literacy support and resources to immigrant and refugee communities in the South Sound, recently received a Library of Congress State Literacy Award for their contributions to the promotion of literacy and reading in the state. The organization was nominated by the Washington Center for the Book, an affiliate of the Library of Congress Center for the Book and a partnership between The Seattle Public Library (SPL) and the Washington State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.“I enthusiastically applaud all of the staff and the more than 150 volunteers at CIELO for receiving this well-deserved award,” said Cindy Aden, Washington State Librarian. “CIELO is a bright light in the community, and is the only source for comprehensive all-ages literacy in the entire South Sound region. Even more remarkable is there holistic approach to service, creating strong community bonds and addressing other critical needs for individuals and families.”CIELO offers free English-language learner, adult basic education, General Education Development prep, sewing, and certified computer courses. During adult classes, preschool activities for ages 3 through 5 and Homework Club for ages 6 through 17 are provided. Beyond literacy and education courses, CIELO also offers free mental health and crime victim advocate services.“We at CIELO are elated and humbled to be one of the ten national recipients of the Library of Congress Literacy Award! The innovative use of dedicated volunteers multiplied the impact and made the education programs possible,” said Dianna Torres Angulo, outreach coordinator for CIELO. “This really is a testament to what can be accomplished when a community comes together.”The Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program honors nonprofit organizations that have made outstanding contributions to increasing literacy in the United States or abroad. Only 10 organizations will be awarded nationwide in 2020. Since 2013, the Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program has awarded $1.9 million in prizes to 120 institutions in 35 countries.Washington’s Office of Secretary of State oversees a number of areas within state government, including managing state elections, registering corporations and charities, and governing the use of the state flag and state seal. The office also manages the State Archives and the State Library, documents extraordinary stories in Washington’s history through Legacy Washington, oversees the Combined Fund Drive for charitable giving by state employees, and administers the state’s Address Confidentiality Program to help protect survivors of crime.
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By Bruce Fuhr,The Nelson Daily Sports EditorThe Nelson Leafs will be looking to get back on the winning track when the club plays host to the Spokane Braves in a Kootenay International Junior Hockey League contest Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.It’s the first meeting between the two clubs since Nelson ousted the Braves in seven games during last season’s KIJHL playoffs.The two teams enter the contest looking up the standings at the two front-runners in the Neil Murdoch Division — Beaver Valley Nitehawks and Castlegar Rebels.Expect the Braves (3-4) to be hungry for a win after Spokane lost 4-3 to Castlegar Sunday in the Lilac City. Meanwhile the Leafs (2-5) had a brief two-game winning streak snapped by the Fernie Ghostriders Saturday. “I don’t know what Spokane has but they always have a good solid team,” said Nelson assistant coach Jason Rushton.Rushton and fellow assistant Sean Dooley have been coaching the team while skipper Chris Shaw serves the final game of a three-game suspension. The Leaf coach and GM was suspended by the KIJHL for using “non approved — by Hockey Canada — players.Shaw was suspended after the Leafs played ineligible players in two games, Sept.18th against Grand Forks and Sept.19th against Penticton.“Spokane is generally a tough team at the start of the year so we just have to take the positives from this game (against Fernie), work hard and hopefully get some bounces,” Leaf veteran Gavin Currie said following Saturday’s game against the Ghostriders.Despite the record and playing on a team of young, inexperienced skaters, Currie is pleased with the progression the Leafs has made since the start of the season.“We’ve got some key injuries to some of the vets but you can see a lot of the D-men and forwards stepping up being huge players and just see them start to be more comfortable with their play on the ice and realize what they need to do to play at this level,” Currie explained.Next home game for the Leafs is Saturday, October when Golden Rockets visit the NDCC Arena.OVERTIME: Rookie Mitch Fowler leads the Braves in scoring with five goals and four assists for nine points. Rance Hughes also has five goals for Spokane. . . .Four players — Colton Schell, Connor McLaughlin, Gavin Currie and Nelson product Adrian Moyls — are tied for the lead in scoring for Nelson, each with six points. Schell leads the team in goals with [email protected]
Chad Lindsay2241118%27%$76,230 Philip D’Amato451211527%62%$756,060 Hector O. Palma833038%75%$59,490 Fernando Perez333339%27%$151,140 Martin Jones930033%33%$144,100 Tiago Pereira52581010%44%$211,968 Steven Miyadi1233025%50%$87,895 Edwin Maldonado7115121021%52%$568,086 CHAMPION SONGBIRD WORKS TOWARDS HER RETURNFANTICOLA HAS BETTER DRAW IN MONDAY’S GAMELYEDWIN MALDONADO IS KING OF THE TWO-YEAR-OLDSOBVIOUSLY DRILLS FOR THIRD SHOEMAKER VICTORY Rafael Bejarano7315121221%53%$853,985 Simon Callaghan1231125%42%$142,830 Stewart Elliott423527%24%$181,500 Mike Puype3063320%40%$216,405 Tim Yakteen1334123%62%$131,438 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Richard Mandella1834317%56%$218,415 Flavien Prat53167630%55%$728,020 Santiago Gonzalez711012914%44%$500,975 Drayden Van Dyke3133410%32%$175,550 Edward Freeman1031230%60%$95,930 -30- Doug O’Neill363858%44%$318,350 Peter Eurton1850228%39%$219,370 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Brayan Pena323479%44%$85,585 Martin Garcia4564613%36%$385,130 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS John Sadler3162319%35%$378,705 Mario Gutierrez2636012%35%$306,320 MALDONADO ENJOYS HOLIDAY ON TWO-YEAR-OLDSMeet Edwin Maldonado, King of the Two-Year-Olds.The 33-year-old native of Columbus, Ohio, who is represented by agent J.R. Pegram, is in a pitched battle for Santa Anita’s Spring Meet riding title, thanks in the main to his remarkable success on two-year-olds.From nine mounts aboard “babies” this year, Maldonado has won seven, twice at Los Alamitos and five times at Santa Anita, including Saturday when he piloted Cioppino Pasadino to a 4 ¼-length score for trainer Gary Sherlock in the second race at an $18.40 win payoff.“He’s number one among 269 jockeys in two-year-old earnings this year with $241,645,” pointed out Pegram, “and he’s also first in wins on two-year-olds.”“I like being on younger horses,” said Maldonado, a refreshing presence in the Southern California riding colony. “It’s exciting. It’s like opening a Christmas present. You don’t know what you have until they run.“Riding good horses for trainers like (Mike) Harrington and (John) Brocklebank who always seems to do well with babies make it easier for me, and it helps to have a little luck at the break.“I got a off to a good start this meet. The last time that happened, at Hollywood Park, I won the title, so based on that, I think I have a good shot to win it here.“In past meets, it seemed I got off to slow starts and had to finish strong to catch up. Now I’m in a better position, up front with others trying to catch me.”FINISH LINES: Obviously, in quest of his third straight win in the Grade I, $400,000 “Win and You’re In” Shoemaker Mile next Saturday, June 4, worked six furlongs on Santa Anita’s training track Sunday for Phil D’Amato in 1:10.60. Fractional times for the eight-year-old Irish-bred gelding were 23.20, 34.80 and 45.60. Probable for the Shoemaker: Heart to Heart, Julien Leparoux; Home Run Kitten, Joe Talamo; Midnight Storm, Rafael Bejarano; Obviously, Mike Smith; Tourist, Jose Lezcano; and Twentytwentyvision, Flavien Prat . . . Leandro Mora, assistant to Doug O’Neill, reports continued good news on Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist, currently at Pimlico following his third-place finish behind Exaggerator in last Saturday’s Preakness. “The last two days his white count has been normal, he’s eating, and his temperature is back to normal,” Mora said Sunday morning at Santa Anita. “If everything stays as it is, he’ll be here on June 5.” . . . With three wins Saturday, Flavien Prat moved into first place in the jockeys’ race with 16, one in front of Tyler Baze, Rafael Bejarano and Edwin Maldonado, who have 15 . . . Unusual Heat, the indefatigable 26-year-old stallion that stands at Harris Ranch in Coalinga for $20,000, sired three winners on yesterday’s Gold Rush Day card for California-bred or sired horses at Santa Anita: How Unusual (3.60) in the third race; Infinite Loop ($7.80) in the seventh; and Packin Heat ($30.40) in the ninth, the latter cementing a Pick 6 carryover into Sunday of $103,276.50. For good measure, Unusual Heat also sired three horses that finished third . . . Hall of Fame jockey Alex Solis reflecting on icons Charles Whittingham and Bill Shoemaker, each with a stakes race named in their memory at Santa Anita: “They were two great people, two great horsemen and I’m very lucky to have ridden with Shoemaker and ridden for Mr. Whittingham. It was a great learning experience and I enjoyed many great times with each of them.” Solis pilots Blingo for trainer John Shirreffs in today’s Whittingham Stakes. “He’s a nice horse and he’s training very well,” Solis said. “He’s very happy right now. I think he’s coming up to this race in good form.” . . . Congratulations to jockey Brice Blanc on winning his first race of the meet Saturday aboard Bert’s Melody for trainer Sean McCarthy in the Fran’s Valentine Stakes. “It’s been a little rough,” said the affable Frenchman. “I’ve gotten beat a couple of noses, so it was nice to win, especially for John Barr (Oakcrest Stable) and Sean.” . . . Kona Gold winner Wild Dude worked four furlongs Sunday for Jerry Hollendorfer in 49.20 with Bejarano up . . . Maiden Trojan Nation, runner-up by a head in the Wood Memorial and 16th at 42-1 in the Kentucky Derby, worked five furlongs Sunday in 1:00.20, after which trainer Paddy Gallagher said he was “still thinking” about the son of Street Cry‘s next race . . . Trainer Hector Palma feted Victor Espinoza and Fernando Perez on the occasion of their birthdays Sunday morning at Clockers’ Corner, balloons and all. Espinoza turned 44 on May 23, while Perez was 30 on May 25 . . . Agent Vic Lipton is representing seven-pound apprentice rider Jose Barnes . . . Horseplayer Dylan Donnelly will be Tom Quigley‘s guest Monday, 12:50 p.m., in the East Paddock Gardens . . . Santa Anita races through this Monday, Memorial Day, which is Dollar Day when fans can enjoy draft beers, hot dogs and sodas for just a buck. First post time Memorial Day is 2 p.m. Admission gates open at 11:30 a.m. Santa Anita’s festive Infield Carnival continues through Monday from 12 noon until 7:30 p.m. The entire family can share Carnival rides, games and prizes in addition to exciting Thoroughbred racing . . . Golden Gate’s ‘Golden 6,’ alive and growing for 51 straight days, stands at a whopping $1,065,284 going into Sunday . . . Friday’s single winning Pick 6 at Santa Anita that paid $167,245 was purchased through BetAmerica for $1,280. SONGBIRD TAKES A MINUTE FOR SUNDAY BREEZEOn an overcast Sunday morning, Songbird, racing’s perfect filly, worked five furlongs on Santa Anita’s fast main track shortly after daybreak in a minute flat with exercise rider Edgar Rodriguez aboard.While published reports have mentioned the Grade II, $200,000 Summertime Oaks on June 18 as Songbird’s comeback race, trainer Jerry Hollendorfer indicated that was not written in stone, leaving the door open for other options.“I don’t have an agenda for her,” Hollendorfer said. “We’re taking it one work at a time. It wasn’t me who said we were going to run there. They said, ‘Was it possible?’ It is possible, but I didn’t pick that race.”Songbird, champion two-year-old filly of 2015 and easy winner of all seven of her races including the Grade I Santa Anita Oaks last April 9, has not raced since then. The daughter of Medaglia d’Oro is owned by Rick Porter’s Fox Hill Farms.Santa Anita clocker Dane Nelson had fractional times for Songbird of 24 flat and 48.20, with a six furlong gallop out of 1:13.20.“She galloped out good,” Hollendorfer said. Patrick Gallagher1340031%31%$112,120 Martin Pedroza3964615%41%$214,970 (Current Through Saturday, May 28) Jerry Hollendorfer3763816%46%$499,280 CONDITIONS MORE SUITABLE FOR FANTICOLA IN GAMELY A better post position and a softer pace scenario could benefit Fanticola in Monday’s Memorial Day feature, the Grade I, $300,000 Gamely Stakes for fillies and mares, three and up, at 1 1/8 miles on turf.Fanticola, a six-year-old mare conditoned by training leader Phil D’Amato, broke from the extreme outside 14 post last out in the Royal Heroine at a mile on grass, compromising her chances of making the lead from the start under regular rider Joe Talamo.“There was nothing Joe could do,” D’Amato said. “He rode as good a race as he could being hung that wide, but he should be able to save a little bit more ground this time, and it’s her third race off the bench, so all systems are go.”Despite her unfavorable post in the Royal Heroine, Fanticola held the lead into the stretch but was passed late, winding up third, beaten less than two lengths.The Canadian-bred daughter of Silent Name has a 5-5-8 record from 21 starts with earnings of $537,300 for owners Anthony Fanticola and Joseph Scardino.The lineup for the Gamely, race eight of 10: Nancy From Nairobi, Abel Lozano, 5-2; Evo Campo, Rafael Bejarano, 15-1; Dressed to a T, Mario Gutierrez, 30-1; Fanticola, Joe Talamo, 6-1; Elektrum, Victor Espinoza, 6-1; Wekeela, Javier Castellano, 9-5; Keri Belle, Mike Smith, 15-1; Illuminant, Flavien Prat, 5-1; and Nashoba’s Gold, Tyler Baze, 15-1. Mark Glatt2754519%52%$174,846 Tyler Baze7915151619%58%$757,300 Joseph Talamo5510121218%62%$594,323 Richard Baltas2636312%46%$164,588 Ignacio Puglisi1441229%50%$113,518