She was detained in the lockup cell ofthe Oton police station. It was not immediately clear as of thiswriting if the suspect has posted bail./PN ILOILO City – A 37-year-old woman hasturned herself in to the police. The suspect went to the police stationwhen she learned that a warrant of arrest has been issued against her, thereport added. The court recommended a P6,000 bail bondfor her temporary liberty. Richelle Garote of Barangay Alegre,Oton, Iloilo has been wanted for theft charges, a police report showed.
The 51-year-old resident Ronilo Chinsustained head and body injuries, police said. Chin was rushed to the ValladolidDistrict Hospital where he died while being treated. BACOLOD City – Crossing the road turnedfatal for a man in Barangay Poblacion, San Enrique, Negros Occidental. Bartolome, meanwhile, was detained inthe lockup facility of the San Enrique municipal police station, facingcharges./PN According to police investigators, Chinwas crossing the road when he was hit by a bus driven by 51-year-old JonathanBartolome of Barangay Camindangan, Cauayan, Negros Occidental around 8:30 p.m.on March 12.
This police personnel orients violators of the rules of the general community quarantine in Bacolod City. Police have been enforcing strict measures to curb the spread of coronavirus disease 2019. POLICE STATION 8/BCPO BACOLOD City – Around 286 individuals were nabbed in this city for violating general community quarantine orders set to curb the spread coronavirus disease 2019. Several police stations, along the Mobile Force Company and the Mobile Patrol Group conducted simultaneous operations which led to the arrest of the violators on May 20, according to Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Ariel Pico.Most of the violators were not wearing facemasks or were not applying physical distancing, Pico said.The violators were placed under the custody of various police stations of the BCPO.Charges for violation of Article 151 of the Revised Penal Code, or resistance and disobedience to a person in authority or the agents of such person in relation to the city’s Executive Order No. 35 will be filed against them./PN
I was reading an article by Tim Layden in Sports Illustrated recently. In it he stated that one of the top stories in sports this year belonged to a horse who everybody wanted to love. What a “good time” story for horse racing in the United States and for the people who enjoy watching it.In this story we had a Triple Crown winner and a horse who won his Breeder’s Cup Classic by 6 1/2 lengths–all in one season. Even though American Pharoah will probably end his racing career shortly and be placed in stud, he will be long remembered as an American hero. Isn’t it nice to read about an athlete who didn’t use tricks or drugs or any other artificial help to win. He just ran!Congratulations to Bob Baffert in drawing America together with a beautiful race horse!
Donna Louise Ketchum, 87 of Adams, passed away on Friday, December 13, 2019 at her residence. Donna was born in Adams on February 10, 1932, the daughter of Elmer and Margaret (Swango) McDermott. On August 31, 1956 she married Charles H. Ketchum at the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church and he preceded her in death on October 13, 2009.Donna worked as an LPN and also at Federal Mogul/ NTN-BCA before she and her husband purchased the Ketchum Shell Gas Station they owned and operated for many years. She was a member of the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church.Survivors include her daughters – Lorie (Mark) Young and Kathryn (Tom) Phillips of Greensburg; her sons – Charles D. Ketchum, John (Kim Holbrook) Ketchum and Maurice Ketchum of Greensburg; her grandchildren – Mary (Conner Armstrong) Young, Morgan Young, Deanna Phillips, Alexis (Ian) Robertson, Felicia (Chad) Templeton, Wesley Quinton, Johnathon (Kaylyn) Ketchum and Jared Ketchum; 8 great grandchildren; and one sister – Ruth Harold. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; three sisters – Evelyn June Dodd, Betty Marie McDermott and Pauline Holtkamp; and one granddaughter Kayla Young.Visitation will be held on Monday, December 16 from 4pm – 7pm at the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home. Funeral services will be on Tuesday, December 17 at 10:30 am also at the funeral home. Burial will follow at the Rossburg Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com.
TEAM LEADERSHIP: New Orleans’ Bryson Robinson has averaged 18.1 points and 4.1 rebounds while Troy Green has put up 14.6 points and 4.3 rebounds. For the Lions, Ty Brewer has averaged 15.2 points and 7.9 rebounds while Pape Diop has put up 10.5 points and 5.2 rebounds.OFFENSIVE THREAT: Green has either made or assisted on 46 percent of all New Orleans field goals over the last three games. Green has accounted for 19 field goals and 17 assists in those games.WINLESS WHEN: New Orleans is 0-20 this year when it scores 75 points or fewer and 8-1 when it scores at least 76.SHARING THE BURDEN: New Orleans is a perfect 5-0 when at least five of its players score 10 or more points. The team is 3-21 when fewer than five Privateers players score in double-figures.FEWER TURNOVERS: The New Orleans offense has turned the ball over 13.7 times per game this year, but is averaging 10.3 turnovers over its last three games. Associated Press ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditSoutheastern Louisiana (8-22, 5-14) vs. New Orleans (8-21, 4-15)Lakefront Arena, New Orleans; Saturday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: New Orleans goes for the season sweep over Southeastern Louisiana after winning the previous matchup in Hammond. The teams last met on Feb. 1, when the Privateers shot 52.8 percent from the field while holding Southeastern Louisiana to just 41 percent en route to the 11-point victory. March 6, 2020 SLU seeks revenge on UNO
Published on January 21, 2020 at 11:27 pm Contact Mitchell: email@example.com UPDATED: Jan. 23, 2020 at 2:18 p.m.Posing for a photograph near mid-court with her legs crossed and hands on her knee, Beth Mowins yelled through a smile.“You ever think you’d see this day?” Mowins asked Syracuse.com’s Donna Ditota, who sat a few rows up in the empty Carrier Dome stands.“Long time coming,” Ditota responded.Mowins was surrounded by the ACC Network’s broadcast team for SU’s Jan. 16 women’s basketball game against Georgia Tech. Color analyst Isis Young was to her right, producer Mackenzie Pearce to her left. Seventeen other women surrounded the trio, too.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I remember when it was just me and Sue in the room,” Mowins said to Ditota.The 21 women laughed. But it wasn’t really a joke. The truth is the sports media industry has been dominated by men. Mowins and Sue Edson, Syracuse Athletics’ chief communications officer, were the only women in their 1989 sports broadcasting class at Newhouse, Edson said. A 2015 SAGE journal report found that 95% of analyzed sports-news shows had male anchors. In 2017, Mowins became the first female announcer to call an NFL game since 1987, and the first to ever call a nationally televised game.“I’ve always kind of felt comfortable in situations where you may have been the only woman in the room,” Mowins said. “That’s okay. That’s just kind of the way that I’ve always lived my life.”But last Thursday, that all flipped. For the first time in the ACC Network’s three-year history, a broadcast — from producer to director to pregame, halftime and postgame show — would be led by women in every lead position. It may have been a first, but Olivia Stomski, director of the Newhouse Sports Media Center, hopes one day an all-women’s broadcast wouldn’t be an ordeal at all – no need for press conferences, photo ops and media releases.Roshan Fernandez | Asst. Digital Editor“I want it to be normal that both male and female students are used to having women in these powerful positions and are used to having women call the shots,” Stomski said.• • •With an hour before tipoff, Young and Mowins sat behind their desk at center court. While Young scribbled into a notepad, bouncing to the Carrier Dome’s music — “Dior” by Pop Smoke — Mowins reviewed her pink-and-yellow highlighted cue cards and the Syracuse–Georgia Tech stat sheet.When Edson, producer Kristin Hennessey and senior producer Scott Hecht were discussing the upcoming ACC Network broadcasts in late December, they realized the Jan. 16 broadcast was shaping up to be led by a staff of women. Everyone was doing jobs they’d done before. They simply took the opportunity to “blow it out of the water,” Hennessey said, bringing in Young and Mowins and completing the all-female leading crew.Mowins, the 2015 Marty Glickman Award for Leadership in Sports Media recipient, and Young had met several times before the Georgia Tech game but had never shared a booth. After the 2017 espnW: Women + Sports Summit panel, Young rushed up to Mowins, the first to talk to her, and asked “just about everything,” Young said. Throughout her career, Mowins has embraced the role of mentor for young women trying to get into sports media. She understands the importance of seeing people that look like themselves in leadership roles and positions of power, she said.“I think there are millions of young women out there — Isis is one of them — that have dreams that are way bigger than mine,” Mowins said.With 12 minutes to tipoff, Syracuse Director of Athletics John Wildhack walked across the court, leaned over the desk and monitors and reached out his hand to shake Mowins’.“Thanks for doing this,” Wildhack said.Thanks for calling the game? Mowins had done that before. She’s called NFL, World Cup, college football and college basketball games. Wildhack’s thank you was for more.If somebody’s got to be the one to kind of walk through the door and hold it open andhopefully encourage other people to dream whatever dreams they have, thenthat’s great.- Beth Mowins“If somebody’s got to be the one to kind of walk through the door and hold it open and hopefully encourage other people to dream whatever dreams they have,” Mowins said, “then that’s great.”• • •A few minutes into the second quarter, with the Orange down 18-15, Syracuse’s cheerleading team jogged out to center court during a TV timeout. Hoisted on to each other’s shoulders, they led the crowd in a chant.“Let’s go, Orange!” *CLAP-CLAP-CLAP CLAP CLAP*Under the courtside desk, Mowins clapped along. “Let’s go Orange,” she mouthed under her breath. *CLAP-CLAP-CLAP CLAP CLAP*Both Mowins and Young graduated from Newhouse – Mowins as a graduate student in 1990 and Young, with both an undergraduate and graduate degree, in 2019 after playing basketball for the Orange. Sixteen of the 20 women involved in Thursday’s production went or go to Syracuse, Hennessey said. Because of Newhouse and the Dick Clark Studios, Syracuse is uniquely positioned to produce events like Thursday night’s. It’s the only school in the ACC that regularly uses students as on-air talent and the only school that cuts to a student-run studio for halftime, said Hennessey.“There’s just so much history here,” Mowins said of SU and Newhouse. “It’s really cool to be number one, and to be a part of something that you know is a special place and somewhat of a mecca that other people aspire to be a part of.”At halftime, Mowins and Young kept their headsets on, watching the studio show being shot back at Dick Clark Studios on their monitors. Junior Jenna Fink and senior Nicole Weaving brought in graduate student Michelle Knezovic to present a story on Amaya Finklea-Guity’s love of drawing and painting.In the adjacent control room three SU students, including director Maria Trivelpiece, directed and produced the pregame, halftime and postgame shows.Mitchell Bannon | Asst. Sports EditorWith three minutes remaining in the game and the Orange down 79-63, the postgame show crew returned to their positions.“Walk them through what they’re doing,” Stomski said to the team.Fink and Weaving discussed the Orange’s upcoming schedule from their studio desk while producer Mackenzie Pearce counted down the remaining seconds into their ears: Thirty, then 20, then 10. “I’m going to drop this on you,” a voice from the control room said.As Pearce finished her countdown, a photo of all the women involved in Thursday’s production flashed onto the screen, panning out from Mowins and Young, revealing all 20 women.“When we were sitting at the Dome I said that’s the shot we’re going to end with,” Hennessey said. “I was kind of joking … but I thought it was fitting to end with that.”As the screen closed to black the control room applauded. Everyone started to file out of the room. Maybe not together, but they will do it all again soon.CLARIFICATION: In a previous version of this post, it wasn’t specified that Isis Young completed undergraduate and graduate school at SU. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
M. Y. Ventures, a leading primary health centre in Ghana, is investing in Nhyira Fm’s Keep fit and Family Fun Games to advance its healthy living campaign.The firm is the title sponsor of the 2013 edition of the event, scheduled for Saturday, December 14 at the Ridge Park, Denyame in Kumasi.“M.Y. Ventures delights in promoting good health and we know exercising the body is another way of staying healthy; that is why we have decided to be the title sponsors so as to help build the well-being of our publics,” said Dr. Caesar, Chief Executive of M.Y. Ventures.Nhyira FM, the number one Akan radio station in Ashanti region, has hosted keep fit, fan and social clubs in the past six years to compete in various sporting activities to stay healthy, network and socialize.Various clubs battle for laurels in 50 meter dash race, 5-aside football, volleyball, Table Tennis, Tug-of-War, Weight Lifting, High Jump, “Jama” contest among others.Nhyira FM’s Programmes Manager, Benjamin Fiifi Ocran, says the event is continually evolving in innovation to be to be more attractive and exciting to patrons, stating that this year’s will not be an exception, especially with the brass band (soloku) contest. In last year’s edition, M. Y. Ventures Keepfit Club dominated both track and field events, emerging overall winners as they placed first on the medals table.“It’s not about sickness but the need to strengthen the cardiovascular and excrete toxics in the system…drugs alone cannot help us; but regular exercise and consumption of good food at the right time are critical to maintaining good health,” said Dr. Caesar.
Women’s Outdoor Field Athlete of the Week – Grace McKenzie, McNeese – Jr. – Cork, IrelandMcKenzie broke the school record in the heptathlon with 5,406 points to capture the win at the SFA Carl Kight Invitational. That point total ranks her No. 1 in the conference, 14th nationally and fourth on the East Qualifying list. Her point total ranks her just outside the Southland’s all-time top five record list in the event. The Huskies have an idle week before competing in Rice’s J. Fred Duckett Twilight on Saturday, April 21, their final meet before the 2018 Southland Conference Championships. McNeese next heads to Monroe, La., for the ULM Invitational on Saturday. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on at least 25 percent of ballots. Women’s Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week – Kierstin Santana, Houston Baptist – Sr. – Baytown, TexasSantana ran the second-fastest 800m time in the Southland this season at the Houston Alumni Invitational. She finished nearly two seconds ahead of the previous meet record with a time of 2:10.87. Honorable Mention: Sierra Pruitt, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; De’Shalyn Jones, Northwestern State; Taylor Dunn, Central Arkansas. Honorable Mention: Kaelin Simmons, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Kayla Melgar, Abilene Christian; Hannah Noble, Central Arkansas. FRISCO, Texas – Houston Baptist senior Kierstin Santana and McNeese junior Grace McKenzie are the Southland Conference Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week, the league announced Tuesday. Southland Athletes of the Week are presented by UniversalCoin.com.
A knee injury forced coach, Michael Marum to rule Korave out and make changes to his final 18 man squad that left this morning for Cairns, Australia.Marum said Ishamel Balkawa will replace Korave in the starting line up with Edward Goma and Philemon Kimisive included on the bench.The team will travel by coach to Townsville this afternoon.Marum will name the captain when the team has their captains run in Townsville tomorrow.The 18 man squad is:1. Bland ABAVU2. Butler MORRIS3. Justin OLAM4. Thompson TETEH5. Adex WERA6. Ase BOAS7. Watson BOAS8. Enoch MAKI9. Warren GLARE10. Esau SIUNE11. Timothy LOMAI12. Ishamel BALKAWA13. Brandy PETER14. Sailas GAHUNA15. Benjamin HETRA16. Atte Bina WABO17. Edward GOMA18. Philemon KIMISIVE