The tour will leave Atlanta on Aug. 18. It will include field, packing house and processing stops and a free day in Monterey before returning on Aug. 25.Anyone interested in joining the tour must register by July 25. The cost is $900 and includes all air and ground transportation. To learn more about the tour, call your county extension office. Or call Terry Kelley (firstname.lastname@example.org) at (229) 386-3410.
St. Louis Cardinals 7th grade team and the Jac-Cen-Del Eagles paired up again in the second round of the SEI tournament played at South Dearborn Middle School on Tuesday night and it turned out to be a hard fought close game — just as expected 41-39 win in Overtime.The game started with the Cardinals taking a 7-0 lead but the Eagles quickly got on track and were able to tie the score by the end of the quarter 9-9. The 2nd quarter saw the Cardinals outscoring the Eagles by just two points so the 1st half ended with St. Louis leading by the score of 15-13.The game remained closed in the 3rd quarter with Cardinals leading by the narrow margin of 24-23. In the 4th quarter, it looked like St. Louis was going to pull away but with less than 2 minutes to go and the Cardinals up by four points, JCD applied some great defense creating turnovers against St. Louis and allowed the Eagles to come back and tie the game at 32-32. The Eagles had a chance to win the game in regulation as they had the ball with 15 seconds but missed a shot from long range and sent the game into overtime.In overtime, St. Louis got a big basket from Will Freeland right off the tip to put the Cardinals up 2. Then St. Louis got a big bucket from Andrew Oesterling along with a three point play by Sam Voegele in the overtime period. The Eagles kept the game close with their defense but came up a little short as Cardinals were able to come away with a two point victory 41-39.The scoring consisted of Freeland with 6, Riley Schebler 4, Oesterling 9, Lleyton Ratcliffe 6, and Voegele showed up big with 16 points. Jac-Cen-Del was led by TJ Menchhofer with 17, Wil Neal 8, Landon Turner 4, Cameron Gehl 5, Damon Hughes 2, Jarrod Dufrene 2 and Christian Comer had 1.The Cardinals move on the championship game against South Ripley to be played at the Batesville Middle School on Thursday. The game time is 5:30.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Oesterling.The St. Louis 8th grade boys basketball team were unable to sustain the momentum from their first round victory, suffering a loss in the semi finals of the SEI tournament to Greendale 35 to 23.St. Louis and Greendale were tied at 8 after the first quarter, but It was all Greendale after that. St. Louis unable to find any offensive rhythm, were held scoreless in the 2nd quarter. The Cardinals made a brief charge in the third but Greendale answered the bell each time.Zach Harmeyer played an excellent game on both ends of the court and finished with 5 points. Johnathan Deal added 5 points and Jacob Deutsch had 7 points. Charlie Dice and Adam Cox rounded out the scoring with 3 points each.The 8th graders from St. Louis are now 10-12. They will host St. Nicholas Sunday Januarey 31st, game time 12:00 pm, for the right to play in the first round of the Indianapolis Archdiocesan Tournament held in Indianapolis on February 14th.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Mike Burkhart.
“I adored the players – they were amazing from day one. There was an emptiness leaving them. “The supporters I knew from growing up as one – but I made a professional decision. “Hopefully my legacy at Celtic is the feeling the supporters had for those years. “Hopefully some time later they can accept that. “Now when I watch Neil, who I know well, I am so happy for him. “I am happy for the guys, all the players and for the supporters to keep the momentum going. read also:Rodgers tasks Leicester board on new signings “Hopefully they get the nine this year and then onto ten which would be absolutely brilliant.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Rodgers upset many Bhoys supporters when he walked out before the previous season had finished. Celtic went on to win trophies under temporary and then permanent boss Neil Lennon, but Rodgers’ departure still irks fans. When asked about those weeks, Rodgers said to reporters: “I don’t have regret. “We achieved quite a lot in my period at Celtic. We created history. “I lived the dream as manager there. It was like a magic carpet ride for three years. “Then I had the chance to come back to the Premier League and I had to make a decision. “It was a challenge I wanted to take on but there was sadness at leaving a club I genuinely loved.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All TimeMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It AppearedArchaeologists Still Have No Explanation For These DiscoveriesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?10 Largest Cities In The World7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksBest Car Manufacturers In The World8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them Leicester City boss, Brendan Rodgers has said he has no regrets about leaving Celtic. Loading…
By Lonnie WheatleyDODGE CITY, Kan. – Another season is quickly racing by at Dodge City Raceway Park.Including Friday’s Driver Appreciation Night special, only three nights of championship chase action remain for the track’s featured divisions of Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds, IMCA SportMods, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks.The only point race action that remains after Friday is the third annual SportMod Mayhem event on Aug. 27 and the season-ending Jerry Soderberg Memorial Championship on Sept. 24.Attention shifts first to Friday’s Driver Appreciation Night card that fires off at 7:30 p.m.While a large number of free tickets to Friday’s card will be distributed by drivers, additional tickets will be available at the gate for $15 for adults with children 11 and under admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Pit passes are $30.
Press Association The Serbia midfielder has become a key member of a squad which Terry continues to lead with great authority. The 34-year-old Blues captain is entering the final six months of his Chelsea contract, which was extended for a year last summer. “We will try to prepare ourselves for that game and I hope we will continue to win.” Jose Mourinho has no injury concerns or suspensions, but must determine how best to utilise his squad with matches against Tottenham and Watford, in the FA Cup, in the following seven days. “They are good. They are strong. They are human,” Mourinho told Chelsea TV. “We have to try to find this balance between the good condition they have and the human side of it. “Everyone will be a bit tired, but at the same time smiling you are not so tired. “(Eden) Hazard, (Cesc) Fabregas, Oscar, Willian, Diego (Costa) – they are happy guys on the pitch and they express that happiness in the way they are playing football. “I think it’s not a drama. We have to go for it.” Nemanja Matic hopes to play alongside John Terry for many years to come at Chelsea. Terry, who scored for a second successive game in Friday’s 2-0 defeat of West Ham, is bidding to lead Chelsea to a fourth Premier League title in 10 seasons, but a first since 2010. “John is a big player, he’s our captain and he deserves everything,” Matic told Chelsea TV. “He’s one of the best central defenders in England ever. It’s good to have him in the team. I hope he will continue for a few more years like this.” Should Terry’s form continue it is likely his Chelsea career will be extended in the summer, but his primary focus is on the here and now. So, too, is Matic’s ahead of Sunday’s trip to Southampton, where Chelsea will bid to finish 2014 on a high and begin 2015 on top of the Barclays Premier League. “We are focused always on the next game,” Matic added. “We look at this like a new challenge, like a new opportunity to show our quality and we will continue like this. “We had some stretches in the dressing room (after the West Ham win) and we are already focused on Southampton.
Tags: boys volleyballJ-D Brevin Scullion did it all on the back line, amassing 46 assists and earning 15 digs, while Matt Kemmis managed four assists and nine digs. Jack Moore and Josh Duby had two kills apiece as Nolen Brann earned three digs.Now, J-D and two other sides – Grand Island, from Western New York, and Westhampton Beach, from Long Island, made their way to Albany for the state championships. They would play four sets against each other in a round-robin format in the morning before a best-of-five set final in the afternoon.Going up against Westhampton Beach first, the Rams found itself in a long, back-and-forth battle with the Hurricanes. Both sides squandered multiple set points before, at 30-30, J-D gained back the serve and got the clinching point to win 32-30.With all of the momentum, J-D went on to win the second set 25-17 and, since Grand Island had already swept Westhampton Beach, the state final between the Rams and Vikings was set.Still, those two teams had to finish the round-robin portion. Both sides rested their key players and used reserves, and it turned out that J-D’s reserves were better as it won each of the two sets by margins of 25-18 and 25-17.A few hours later, the state final started, and everything turned around. Grand Island scored the first four points and steadily built its margin throughout the opening set, ultimately taking it by a 25-12 margin.The Vikings also scored the first six points of the second set, bolting out 15-3. Fighting back a bit, J-D did make up some of the margin, but not enough as it lost 25-16.Not letting up, Grand Island leaned on strong serves and a defense that kept all kinds of points alive to frustrate the Rams, the Vikings ultimately taking the state championship when it won the third set 25-11.Even with that result, it was still J-D’s first-ever state finals appearance, which in 2020 it will attempt to duplicate despite seeing standouts like Cieplicki, Scullion, Duby, Matt Kemmis and Nick Kemmis graduate.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story After a four-set victory over Oswego in the Nov. 9 Section III final, J-D met up with Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (Section II) in an epochal regional final at Fayetteville-Manlius a week later.Having lost the first set 25-14 to the Spartans, the Rams pulled out a 28-26 second set, absorbed a 25-17 loss in the third set and rallied again, claiming the fourth set 25-17 and the race-to-15 final set 25-19.Plenty of players contributed to that effort. Up front, Matt Cieplicki put away 30 kills, adding two aces and seven digs, while Nick Kemmis earned 14 kills and three blocks. Kenny Hildreth notched four kills to go with his 10 digs. All that happened to the Jamesville-DeWitt boys volleyball team in the 2019 season has changed both the expectations of the program and what it knows it can accomplish.Once content with grabbing local honors, the Red Rams were not stopped until they had reached Saturday’s championship match of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Division II tournament at Albany’s Capital Center.Only there did things end, J-D overwhelmed by Section VI champion Grand Island, but it could not erase all the things the Rams accomplished just to reach that plateau.
Six USC students successfully passed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Department on Wednesday after a 2013 incident in which LAPD officers allegedly raided an off-campus party and used excessive force against the mostly-black attendees. The settlement for $450,000 was approved by LA City Council according to the Los Angeles Times.Around 2 a.m. on May 4, 2013, LAPD responded to a noise complaint at a student end-of-semester party with 79 police officers. The house around 23rd and Hoover streets was apparently targeted because it was hosting a predominantly black party. Attendees alleged a party across the street was left unabated because it was predominantly white, the Los Angeles Times stated. Six students were arrested, and one police officer was injured during the course of the shutdown.Jessica Flores, who was a freshman majoring in communication in 2013, witnessed the events on May 4, and told the Daily Trojan that the force used against students was excessive.“It was a completely innocent party. Just a bunch of people getting together celebrating and the fact that there was a white party across the street and they didn’t say anything to that party — I think that’s wrong and present-day racism,” Flores said.The Monday after the incident, more than 100 students staged a sit-in protest in solidarity with the party attendees. The same day, Vice President for Student Affairs Michael Jackson offered to work alongside students to settle any wrongdoing.“We have heard from many students who are upset with the events of early Saturday morning at an off-campus party,” Jackson said in a statement. “We understand their concern and are working closely with them, and commit ourselves to doing all we can to ensure respectful treatment of [students] at peaceful social gatherings.”The day after the protest, an LAPD-DPS forum at was held on USC for students to voice their experiences. The Ronald Tutor Campus Center Ballroom reached its 750-person capacity and 200 people had to be turned away. The event opened with a compilation of videos recorded by attendees of the May 4 party, which showed students being handcuffed by police. In one video, a female student is shown crying as she is handcuffed on the ground.Four days after the initial event, on Wednesday, May 8, President C. L. Max Nikias weighed in on the incident.“I had complete confidence in my leaders as they fully briefed me in advance on their discussions with student leaders and the plan for last night’s forum,” Nikias said in a statement. “I was pleased that there was an opportunity for an open dialogue and for people to express concerns.”LAPD launched an investigation into the matter, but found that police officers’ reaction was justified since the party was re-started after it was shut down, according to the Los Angeles Times. Yet, several students continued with a lawsuit alleging excessive force and racial bias by LAPD officers. In June 2016, jurors found that several officers did use excessive force and did not have probable cause for arrests, yet the jury did not find officers acting on racial bias.
The full-backs medal haul also included six Munster titles, eight hurling leagues and a minor All-Ireland title.Mick also won three county titles with his club, Holycross-Ballycahill.He went on to be Tipperary County Board Chairman and Munster Council Chairman after his playing retirement.
West Palm Beach, FL – On Tuesday, May 28, 2019, Mayor Keith A. James and representatives from the City of West Palm Beach Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) held a press conference to release the official results of the 2019 Point-In-Time (PIT) Count, which shows a significant 24 percent decline in on-street homelessness in the City of West Palm Beach.On Thursday, January 24, 2019, Palm Beach County conducted their annual PIT Count. This is an unduplicated count of the people in a community who are experiencing homelessness. During the PIT count, outreach workers and volunteers are organized to canvas communities and unsheltered persons including individuals, members of a family unit, and unaccompanied minors under the age of 18. They also identify if a person is chronically homeless, indicating long-term or repeated homelessness and the presence of a disability.Second consecutive yearFor the second consecutive year, the City of West Palm Beach has seen a reduction of its on-street homeless. In 2018, the Palm Beach County PIT count identified 462 unsheltered residents, a decrease of 98 total persons from the count conducted in January 2017. In January 2019 a total of 354 unsheltered individuals were identified in West Palm Beach showing a 24% decrease from the previous year.“Public safety and addressing the issues of homelessness are top priorities for my administration, and I am very pleased with the strides our city is making to address the issue. The road will not be easy, but I am focused on listening to our community, working with our community partners, and ensuring that we do everything we can to address the issue and create a community of opportunity for all,” said Mayor James.City programsThrough HCD, particularly its Community Services and Vickers House Division, the City provides funding and direct services and programs for the homeless. These programs include permanent housing, supportive housing, rapid rehousing, food assistance, relocation assistance, assessment and referral services to the Senator Philip D. Lewis Homeless Center, and job placement assistance.“This City has made tremendous strides toward addressing homelessness and will continue to provide assistance to the homeless with the goal of finding them transitional or permanent housing while providing the support services that they need,” said Jennifer Ferriol, Director of Housing and Community Development.The City’s Police Department and law enforcement professionals further support the City’s efforts by providing direct outreach to homeless individuals, building partnerships with a wide range of service providers, and encouraging its officers to be resourceful and show compassion for homeless persons. The Police Department has dedicated one full-time officer who primarily focuses on homelessness issues and, also, Community Engagement Officers who also support the homelessness prevention efforts through working with the City’s Peer Outreach Team, Vickers House staff and area faith-based organizations.The City will continue to leverage resources with non-profit and private sector organizations. Homeless assistance programs and activities that are supported and/or delivered by the City include:Engagement Team & Peer Outreach ProgramHomeward BoundVita NovaMobile Health ClinicTenant Based Rental Assistance and Supportive HousingTenant Based Rental AssistanceRental Deposit AssistanceNew Construction of Rental Supportive HousingTransitional and supportive Housing
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisROGERS CITY. Mich.— During Tuesday’s council meeting , Rogers City council members approved the sale of various properties. Residents will vote this fall on the official sale of each property.Vacant lots on North First, Cedar and Riverview Street are all up for sell in addition to the former water tower location approved by voters last year. Council members selected the four locations due to their non–use as a park or water supply.Each property is owned by the city and proceeds collected from each sale will go back into the community. Interested buyers have ten days to bid on the sale of the former water tower starting this week.Residents will vote on the other three properties on November 3.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Michigan educators launch program for parents and preschoolersNext Activist looks to limit Governor Whitmer’s power