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  • Wellington police notes: Friday, May 10 – Sunday, May 12, 2013

    first_imgSunday, May 12, 2012•7:53 a.m. Officers investigated a domestic violence battery by known suspects in the 200 block. S. C, Wellington.•6:05 p.m. Non-Injury, hit and run accident in the 400 block. E. 7th, Wellington involving a vehicle owned by Billie J. Manes, Wellington and an unknown driver.•7:46 p.m. Officers took a report of Suspicious Activity in the 800 block. S. Washington, Wellington.•10:25 p.m. April R. Highfill, 43, Wichita, was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 41 mph in a 30 mph zone. Saturday, May 11, 2013•12:55 a.m. Caly D. Hochevar, 28, Wellington was arrested,  charged and bonded with driving while license is revoked and disobeyed stop sign in the 400 block. E. 3rd, Wellington.•2:06 a.m. Joseph S. Callaway, 36, Caldwell, was arrested, charged and bonded with driving while under the influence of alcohol &/or drugs and failure to signal a turn in the 200 block S. C, Wellington.•10:45 a.m. Officers took a report of a vicious dog in the 100 block. E. 12th, Wellington.•1:22 p.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 1100 block. N. A, Wellington.•Mason Catt, 37, Wellington was served a summons to appear for charges of disorderly conduct. Wellington Police notes for Friday, May 10, to Sunday, May 12, 2013:Friday, May 10, 2013•12:32 p.m. Officers investigated Theft by Deception in the 1100 block. N.B, Wellington.•3:30 p.m. Officers made an outside agency assist in the 400 block W. Harvey, Wellington.•4:30 p.m. Officers investigated possession of marijuana and possession drug paraphernalia by a known suspect in the 400 block W. Harvey, Wellington.•4:22 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property in the 1000 E. Lincoln, Wellington.•4:59 p.m. Officers took a report of an animal bite in the 900 block. N. H, Wellington.last_img read more

  • Murphy’s Law weekend for Kootenay Ice

    first_imgTrevor Ayre scored twice to lead the Hawks.Sunday, Valley West held period leads of 3-1 and 6-5 before blowing the game open by outscoring the Ice 5-2 — with five of the goals coming on the power play.“We took some bad penalties,” Wright admitted.“I don’t mind taking those hard-nosed penalties, I just don’t like penalties when we act up after a play.”“We took a lot more penalties than they did but they did a lot of stuff behind the play that maybe wasn’t seen by the refs,” said Wright, choosing his words carefully when assessing the score sheet after the game.Jeffery Stewart scored three goals to lead the Hawks while Ayre finished the game with five points.Tanner Costa (Castlegar), before being ejected late in the game, led the Ice with three goals while Korbyn Chabot (Cranbrook), Ellis Junker (Castlegar), Aigne McGready-Bruce (Nelson) and Shawn Campbell (Castlegar), on a nice two-way passing play in the third, replied for Kootenay.Solomon Burk (Castlegar) and Jason Mailhiot (Trail) shared the netminding duties for Kootenay.“This weekend we were hoping to steal a point or two, but we’ve to go get ourselves ready for another strong team next weekend in Kelowna, and just play as hard as we can,” Wright explained.The two wins kept Valley West tied for third in BCMMHL standings with Okanagan Rockets of Kelowna while Kootenay remains in ninth spot with a 2-6-0 record.Next home date for Kootenay is November 1-2 in Trail at the Cominco Arena against league leading Cariboo Cougars. It was a Murphy’s Law weekend for the Kootenay Ice.That’s right, everything that could go wrong — including the refs not showing up for Saturday’s game — did to wrong.The Valley West Hawks put some serious hurt on the Ice, dumping Kootenay by scores of 7-0 Saturday and 11-7 Sunday in BC Hockey Major Midget League action in Nelson.“It started with officiating not scheduled properly,” Ice head coach Rob Wright said following Sunday’s loss.“There was major delay . . .. When we got playing they jumped on us and we just never were able to get it back.”“(Sunday) we played a lot better but we just gave them too many scoring opportunities and ran into a little panic mode,” Wright added.Saturday’s game was rescheduled for later in the day when referees could be located.Valley West took a 1-0 lead after one period then increased the margin to 4-0 after two frames.last_img read more

  • St Jago, Edwin Allen take control at Central Champs

    first_imgEDWIN Allen’s Shannon Kallawan and St Jago’s Timor Barrett stole the show on yesterday’s opening day of the Digicel-sponsored Central Championships at GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sports, as both recorded lifetime bests in winning the Open 400m hurdles event. After producing two sub-60-second clockings in her two races so far this season, Kallawan was in devastating form in the second section of the girls’ Open 400m hurdles final. In a very competitive race, which included four athletes who have gone sub 60 seconds so far this season, Kallawan, despite pressure most of the way from Vere’s 15-year-old Sanique Walker found extra gear over the final hurdle to record an impressive 57.20-second win. It was also a career best for Walker, as she clocked 58.93 for second, with Shian Salmon (Hydel), who won Section One, third overall in 1:01.30. Barrett clocked his second sub-53-second time this season as he made a late surge in the final 100m to get by early leader Ryan Holmes (Edwin Allen) to clock 52.26 seconds. Holmes ran a personal best of 52.70 seconds for the runner-up spot, with third going to Manchester High’s Nicholas Alexander, who won heat two in 55.19 seconds. “I am very pleased with my time today as I was following the instructions of my coach to execute well,” said Barrett, who stated that he is looking forward to the remainder of the season. There were also some good results in the field with Vere’s Class Three athlete Brittany Anderson leading the way in the long jump. Despite competing in a strong headwind, she produced 5.75m to win the event ahead of the Edwin Allen duo of Lotiva Brown, 5.59m, and Danae Bailey, 5.39m. It was one-two for Hydel in the girls’ triple jump open as Britney Kerr won with 12.25m ahead of teammate Samara Spencer (12.08m), with third going to Cathilee Mullings (Holmwood), 11.92m. St Jago’s Romario Douglas captured the Class One high jump with 2.05m ahead of Old Harbour’s Ryan Brown, with 1.95m, with third going to Tony Haughton, also of St Jago, with 1.85m. At press time last night, defending girls’ champion Edwin Allen were in front with 101 points, followed by Hydel (57), Vere Technical (45), Holmwood (35.5) and St Jago (26). On the male side, former champions St Jago (90 points) had a commanding lead. Edwin Allen (33), Clarendon College (25), Old Harbour (14) and Glenmuir (14) completed the top five. The championships will come to an end today. GOODRESULTSlast_img read more

  • congatec: COM Express Computer-on-Module with 3 GHz Intel Core i3 processor

    first_imgcongatec introduces a brand-new price-breaking Computer-on-Module for the entry-level of high-end embedded computing based on Intel’s latest Core i3-8100H processor platform. The new conga-TS370 COM Express Basic Type 6 Computer-on-Module with quad-core Intel Core i3 8100H processor offers a 45 watt TDP configurable to 35 W, supports 6 MB cache and provides up to 32 GB dual-channel DDR4 2400 memory. Compared to the preceding 7th generation of Intel Core processors, the improved memory bandwidth also helps to increase the graphics and GPGPU performance of the integrated new Intel UHD630 graphics, which additionally features an increased maximum dynamic frequency of up to 1.0 GHz for its 24 execution units. It supports up to three independent 4K displays with up to 60 Hz via DP 1.4, HDMI, eDP and LVDS. For the first time, designers can now switch from eDP to LVDS purely by modifying the software without any hardware changes.The module further provides exceptionally high bandwidth I/Os including 4x USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbit/s), 8x USB 2.0 and 1x PEG and 8 PCIe Gen 3.0 lanes for powerful system extensions including Intel Optane memory. All common Linux operating systems as well as the 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows 10 IoT are supported. congatec’s unique personal integration support rounds off the feature set. Additionally, congatec also offers an extensive range of accessories and comprehensive technical services, which simplify the integration of new modules into customer-specific solutions.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules Continue Reading Previous The two big traps of code coverageNext Slimming program for medical operating deviceslast_img read more

  • Mahrez released with Leicester exit imminent

    first_imgTransfers Mahrez released by Algeria to complete Leicester City exit Tom Maston Last updated 2 years ago 07:36 8/31/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(9) Riyad Mahrez Leicester Getty Images Transfers Leicester City Riyad Mahrez Premier League The 2016 PFA Player of the Year has been linked with a move all summer and now seems set to depart, with Barcelona linked with his signature Riyad Mahrez has been released by the Algerian national team so he can complete his move away from Leicester City.The winger has been linked with a move away from the King Power Stadium all summer, with Monaco and Roma having previously shown an interest.Leicester 12/1 to be relegated Article continues below Editors’ Picks Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina He has since been linked with Manchester United and Barcelona, and he looks set to depart the Foxes before the window closes.Mahrez has spent the past week preparing for his country’s World Cup qualifying match against Zambia on Saturday, but will now leave the camp so as to complete a move that could be worth in the region of €50 [email protected] AUTORISÉ À ALLER OFFICIALISER SON TRANSFERT VERS SON NOUVEAU CLUB#LesVerts #TeamDZ— Les Verts d’Algérie (@LesVerts) August 30, 2017In a statement released on Twitter, the Algerian Football Associaltion said: “Mahrez [is] allowed to go formalise his transfer to a new club.”Having released a statement at the end of last season outlining his wish to leave the 2015-16 Premier League champions, Mahrez has endured a frustrating summer.Monaco pulled out of the race early due to financial reasons while reported interest from Arsenal never materialised as they focused their efforts on Monaco’s Thomas Lemar.Roma had three bids – the last of which was worth €40m – rejected by Leicester, who value the 2016 PFA Player of the Year at closer to €50m.Should Barcelona be Mahrez’s final destination, he would have until Friday to complete the move, as the transfer window in Spain closes a day later than the majority of the main European nations.last_img read more

  • YTT Junior Clinic a success

    first_imgKids from all across Sydney, and particularly the Sutherland Shire, descended on Remondis Stadium, Cronulla on Friday, 16 January to take part in the Junior Touch Football Clinic as a prelude to the 2015 Youth Trans Tasman Series. Hosted by Touch Football Australia, New South Wales Touch Association and the Cronulla Sharks, the clinic participants were treated to a morning of skills and drills, before finishing off with a games of Touch Football.There were many special guests in attendance for the event, including Australian Touch Football representatives, Jess McCall and Rob Nakhla, who made sure the kids were having a blast and learning all there is to know about being an elite athlete in the sport.Also representing the TFA High Performance Program was Matt Tope, who also works as a Development Officer for the NRL. Tope was joined by other Cronulla Sharks Staff as well as NRL Stars – Andrew Fifita, Anthony Tupou and Tinirau Arona.Clinic participant, Katie, 9, spoke on how excited she was to get to run around with the Australian players, as well as being on the same field that Australia and New Zealand were going to play on later that day.Chris, 12, loved all the new gear he got, as well as meeting some of the Sharks players. McCall, who plays for the Wollongong Devils in the Vawdon Cup, had a great time, noting that it’s great to interact with the young players, who might even play for Australia in the future. To view photos from the day, stay tuned to the TFA Facebook page – www.facebook.com/touchfootballaustralia and stay tuned to the TFA YouTube channel for the highlights – www.youtube.com/touchfootballaus. Related LinksTFA Junior Cliniclast_img read more

  • Fate of vessel that survived wars Halifax Explosion unclear as rust sets

    first_imgHALIFAX – A vintage navy vessel that survived world wars and the Halifax Explosion is falling victim to a more mundane threat — the destructive force of salt water, according to provincial government documents obtained by Global News.The steel-hulled CSS Acadia is a main attraction at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax and the only remaining vessel to have served the Royal Canadian Navy in both world wars.But the 105-year-old ship is rusting away in the Halifax harbour as much-needed repairs and maintenance have been delayed over a lack of funding, putting the long-term future of the vessel in jeopardy.The state of Halifax’s “Grand Old Lady” — a registered National Historic Site — is detailed in 226 pages of emails, briefing notes, memos and reports about the CSS Acadia released to Global News under a freedom of information request.Shannon Delbridge, executive director of public works and strategic initiatives at the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, wrote in one email that the deterioration has become so bad that she informed staff in two departments of its condition.“I wanted to make sure you were aware that there is increased urgency if (Community, Cultures and Heritage) wishes to maintain the vessel,” Delbridge wrote in an email dated May 9, 2018.Leo Glavine, Nova Scotia’s minister of communities, culture and heritage, told Global on Thursday that there is no definitive timeline for when CSS Acadia will go into dry dock.“To make sure that it has a sustainable future is to actually do a very strong assessment prior to going to dry dock and that’s ongoing,” Glavine said.But internal documents suggest that’s not necessary.“Another study is not required and would not yield additional information,” a briefing note from May 2018 reads. “This is the best information available before she is placed in the dockyard where her hull can be fully examined.”The vessel has not been dry-docked since 2010, a task that used to be carried out every six or seven years, according to the documents from 2009 detailing the repairs.The work included giving the underwater hull a new coating, general welding repair, securing nuts and bolts in the porthole, and a complete cleaning and re-coating of the entire hull above the water.Glavine said the government knows a major overhaul is necessary on the vessel and that he would seek federal help to pay for it.Estimates on the funding required to complete the basic upgrades needed for the CSS Acadia have been redacted.“Failure to address current chronic problems… will lead to continued deterioration, which may lead to restricted access and ultimately vessel failure,” a briefing note reads.An amendment to the same briefing note indicates that during a tour on April 18, 2018, the ship’s caretaker pointed out a visible hole in the hull below the deck and above the water line.According to the note, the ship’s caretaker, Steve Read, said he thought he could see daylight when he looked at the spot. Upon bumping the area with the toe of his boot, the steel gave way to expose the existing hole.(Global News)last_img read more

  • Priyanka will make no difference to BJP’s poll prospects in UP: Adityanath

    first_imgLucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Saturday said Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s entry into politics will make “no difference” to the BJP’s Lok Sabha poll prospects in the state and dismissed the SP-BSP alliance as “false alarm”. “The Congress has made her (Priyanka) its general secretary (in-charge of eastern UP) this time. It is an internal matter of that party. “Earlier too she had campaigned for the Congress. This time also it will make no difference (to the BJP),” he told PTI. Adityanath also claimed that the “fledgling” SP-BSP alliance is already “embroiled in dispute”. “The newfound alliance is already embroiled in dispute. It (alliance) is nothing but a ‘hauaa’ (false alarm),” he said in his first interview after the Lok Sabha poll schedule was announced Sunday.last_img read more

  • Many AZAD workers join BJP

    first_imgNew Delhi: Several workers from the Apni Zindagi Apna Dal (AZAD) party on Monday joined the BJP to campaign for its return to the Central government in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. Speaking at the event, Azad party leader Sarjeet Singh Khandsal Nandwasi said that he is “very much influenced by Narendra Modi” and that by joining BJP he will be able to contribute towards the true development of the nation, which is possible only under the leadership of someone like Modi. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderPresent at the event, National Vice President of BJP and the state in-charge for Lok Sabha elections Shyam Jaju said that Nandwasi joining the party is not an isolated incident. “Every day hundreds of people are joining BJP due to the increasing popularity of Narender Modi and BJP,” he said. Praising the BJP government’s work in the centre and in various states, Jaju said that Modi’s leadership has proven that their party is truly for the betterment of poorer sections of society. Not missing a chance to take a dig at the opposition, Jaju also accused the Congress of looting taxpayers’ money for 55 years. He added that the BJP government under Modi’s leadership is the only way to go if the country wishes to see dynasty-free and corruption-free politics in India.last_img read more