He wants to create a lookout bulletinfor the dissemination of information relative to pursuit of the perpetrators. City Ordinance No. 531, provides thatthe littering of plastics, papers, or any other refuse in open or publicplaces, water ways and recreational areas shall be prohibited, Lopez added./PN Lopez, who heads the SangguniangPanlungsod’s Committee on Environment, passed a resolution enjoining thePhilippine National Police (PNP), Land Transportation Office (LTO), BacolodTraffic Authority Office (BTAO), and other line agencies to conduct a thoroughinvestigation and manhunt operation for the perpetrators who dumped garbage inthe Reclamation Area. “It is highly requested that the PNP,LTO, BTAO and other line agencies to conduct a thorough investigation andpursue charges against perpetrators to give our laws some teeth to it and wouldinstill a sense of discipline to be observed by the residents of the City topromote ecological justice and sustainable development,” Lopez said. According to Lopez, a white pickup truckwas seen unloading wastes matters in bulk at reclamation area recently. Thiswas caught in a photograph that went viral on social media. BACOLOD City – Councilor Carlos JoseLopez is seeking probe into the alleged illegal dumping of garbage at thecity’s Reclamation Area in Barangay 10. Lopez cited that Section 48 of RepublicAct 9003 or known as the “Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of2000” provides that the littering, throwing, dumping of waste matters inpublic places, such as roads, sidewalks, canals, parks, and establishment, orcausing or permitting the same is prohibited. He further said the transport anddumplog in bulk of collected domestic, industrial, commercial, andinstitutional wastes in areas other than centers or facilities prescribe by lawshall upon conviction, be punished with a fine not less than P10,000 but notmore than P200,000 or imprisonment of not less than thirty (30) days but notmore than three years, or both.
The Franklin County Wildcats kept their winning streak rolling against Connersville on Wednesday evening defeating the Spartans 4-1. Pitching was the name of the game in this one and Jerri Ellis and Kendall McCool battled back and forth inning to inning. Franklin County had just enough timely hits and selfless softball to get the victory. With the victory, Franklin County’s record to 12-3 on the year and 6-2 in EIAC play. The Spartans fell to 8-7 on the year and 5-3 in EIAC play.In the second inning, the Wildcats got on the board first. Camryn Brewer led of the inning with a single to left and then advanced to second on a Spartan throwing error. Then a beautiful sacrifice bunt by Kloe Bolos advanced Brewer to third. Kendall McCool followed that up with another bunt in an attempt for a suicide squeeze. The Spartans attempted to get the tag out at home on Brewer, but she slid in just underneath the tag to take the lead 1-0.Franklin County added two more runs in the fourth inning with a double by Hannah Hornsby and a single by Kloe Bolos.The Wildcats scored their final run in the fifth when Gabby Mitchum led off the inning with a single to right field. Next, Maggie Wendel laid down a sacrifice bunt that allowed Mitchum to get to second base; however, no Spartan could get back to third in time and Mitchum kept right on going to third. She would score on the next at bat by a RBI ground out by Kamryn McCool.The Spartans lone run came in the seventh inning on a home run by Fields to center field.Kendall McCool pitched an excellent game for the Wildcats inside the circle. She surrendered one run on two hits over seven innings, striking out five and walking one.Ellis took the loss for Connersville. She surrendered four runs on five hits over six innings, striking out three and walking one.The Wildcats had five hits in the game. Camryn Brewer led the way for Franklin County with two hits in three at bats.The two teams took a 30 minute break and then got the second game of their double header started. Next game recap to follow shortly.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Alex McCool.
Press Association Arsenal have not won silverware since their FA Cup triumph in 2005, while their last league title came in 2004. Goalkeeper Szczesny knows there is still a long way to go with only a third of the season completed, but feels Arsenal will win the title if they can maintain their current level of performance. “We’re in a position that we’d like to be in for as long as possible,” he said. “But it really doesn’t matter where we are now. It matters where we are in May, and if we carry on like we are now then I’m certain we’ll be top in May. “But we have a lot of work to do, a lot of tough games to win. There’s no point in putting pressure on ourselves. We just want to enjoy every single game, that’s bringing the best out of us and I don’t think that will change.” Ramsey and Mesut Ozil have been the driving forces behind Arsenal’s excellent recovery from the opening-day loss to Aston Villa. The brace at Cardiff took Ramsey’s tally to 15 goals for club and country this season, and underlined the Gunners’ title credentials on a ground where Manchester City, Manchester United and Everton have all dropped points this season. The calibre of Ramsey’s displays make him arguably the form player in the top flight this term, and Wenger believes he would be named player of the year if a vote were taken now. But the Frenchman also admits he will need to make sure he does not over-use the Wales international. He said: “He has been outstanding until now. You want always to jump into the future but we have to enjoy the present. “If he keeps playing like that, of course (he will be player of the year), but it has only been a third of the season.” He added: “I have to treat him like the other players and give him a breather when he needs it. I want him to continue to develop, but he is so young you imagine why should he stop his development now? “Let’s not forget that one year ago everyone questioned him. That shows you that he deserves credit for that – he has turned a corner and he can continue to improve.” When asked if he felt Ramsey was currently the best player in the Premier League, Szczesny added: “I don’t think there’s a need for us to make such statements, but I imagine he does pretty well at Fantasy Football! “We’re so pleased for him. He’s been through a lot, he’s come back so well and I just hope he continues. Is he the best in the league? I don’t care as long as he does the job for the team. “I’m just as amazed as everyone else. We always knew that he could play well but to score as many as he has, any striker would be delighted with that. He’s been so good.” The north London club produced their latest impressive display in beating Cardiff 3-0 on Saturday, with in-form midfielder Aaron Ramsey grabbing a brace against his boyhood club. The win moved Arsenal seven points clear at the top of the table, although Chelsea subsequently trimmed the advantage back down to four by beating Southampton on Sunday. Wojciech Szczesny believes there will be no stopping Arsenal in the Barclays Premier League title race if the Gunners can continue their current form.
Ireland boss Joe Schmidt is expected to gamble on taking just two scrum-halves to the Rugby World Cup. Kiwi head coach Schmidt will announce his 31-man World Cup squad at a press conference in Dublin on Tuesday lunchtime. Ireland face England at Twickenham in their final World Cup warm-up match on Saturday, and open their Pool D campaign against Canada in Cardiff on September 19. Wing Andrew Trimble could miss out in another surprise, with Nathan White and Tadhg Furlong both bolters at prop. Loosehead Cian Healy will be included despite his continued battles with recovering from neck surgery in May. Marty Moore’s inability to prove his fitness owing to foot trouble should see the Leinster tighthead omitted, however, while veteran centre Gordon D’Arcy should also miss the final cut as expected. Press Association Schmidt is thought to have opted for extra cover at centre in the form of Ulster’s Darren Cave, at the expense of Isaac Boss or Kieran Marmion. Any injury to Conor Murray or Eoin Reddan could see Ireland turning to fly-half Ian Madigan at nine, in a move that carries inherent risk in a highly specialist role.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 3, 2015 at 12:05 pm Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds Class of 2016 three-star Syracuse target Moe Neal narrowed down his options to five schools on Sunday, which includes SU, Boston College, Duke, Mississippi State and Wake Forest, he announced via Twitter.pic.twitter.com/FYq5gp2w4q— Moe Neal (@Captainmoe21_) May 3, 2015Neal is listed at 5 feet, 11 inches and 170 pounds and is classified as an “athlete” on Scout.com. MaxPreps lists him as playing running back, wide receiver and cornerback.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Forestview (North Carolina) High School product is friends with running back Robert Washington, a four-star recruit who verbally committed to Syracuse last Saturday. The two also played together on a USA Football National Team.After Washington committed, he began publicly recruiting other players. SU’s coaches have also ramped up their efforts since then, Neal told Syracuse.com.As a junior, Neal ran for 2,018 yards and 29 touchdowns on 273 carries and caught 35 passes for 549 yards and nine touchdowns, according to MaxPreps.SU’s Class of 2016 includes Washington, two-star wide receiver Sadiq Palmer and two-star offensive tackle Cam DeGeorge. Comments
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The Drom’n’Inch man was selected to play against Waterford but a hamstring injury meant he couldn’t start the match as planned.Tipp head into the match at Pearse Stadium on Sunday knowing that a win is probably required in order to maintain the Premier County’s hopes of making the last eight of the competition.Manager Michael Ryan says Seamus’s chances of playing against the Tribesmen should be clearer tomorrow and that Jason Forde isn’t fit enough to make the trip west this weekend. Throw-in on Sunday is at 2 o’clock. Tipp FM’s live coverage begins shortly beforehand and will be brought to you in association with Allianz Medical, South Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel.
Information has it that Big Sam as he is popularly called might be Everton’s next manager to replace Ronald Koeman after a face-to-face meeting with Farhad Moshiri.Sam Allardyce who took charge of Irish club Limerick in 1991, leading the club to the League of Ireland First Division title in 1991–92. He returned to England to coach at Preston North End, also serving briefly as caretaker-manager. He took up his first permanent management role in England at Blackpool in July 1994, but was sacked after two years having narrowly failed to achieve promotion.Down to 2017 – He announced his resignation on 23 May 2017 after avoiding relegation with Crystal Palace in his first season, saying he did not intend to take another job, later claiming he would accept an international position.Recently, Big Sam has spoken on several occasions in the last week about how he is attracted to taking over at Goodison Park and that prospect has moved a step closer to reality.Everton’s board will hold a scheduled meeting in the coming days but the main point on the agenda will be identifying the next man to take the club forward.Hopefully, the meeting might work in his favour.RelatedThe Firefighter Is Back! Allardyce Confirmed As Everton ManagerNovember 30, 2017In “England”Everton Appoint Marco Silva As New ManagerMay 31, 2018In “England”Atalanta Bergamasca vs SSC NapoliJune 30, 2017Similar post
Stephen Curry admitted it was different playing the Cavaliers without LeBron James on their roster.The Warriors and Cleveland have met in the last four NBA Finals but the dynamics of the rivalry changed after James signed a four-year, $153.3 million contract with the Lakers in the offseason. Curry discussed facing the James-less Cavaliers after the teams matched up Wednesday for the first time in 2018-19. “It was a historical battle, I think, in terms of how people will look at those four years, when it’s all said and done,” Curry said, via the Mercury News. “Obviously, great memories and tough memories in this building (Quicken Loans Arena).“I’ll definitely sit back on the couch in 10-12 years, when it’s all over, and think about what it was like to play here and how high the stakes were every time we came into this building.” Related News Warriors’ Klay Thompson calls Cavs ‘bums,’ ‘idiots’ “It was one I really didn’t think about how different it might be, considering all the battles we’ve had in the last four years here,” Curry said about facing the Cavaliers without James. “It was a little weird. Just try to keep the energy up and focus on how we’re playing. … Just an odd night all the way around.”Kevin Durant added 25 points for Golden State in the victory while rookie Collin Sexton chipped in 21 for Cleveland in the losing effort. Warriors star Stephen Curry is tired of being compared to Trae Young The Cavaliers have struggled without James and hold a 5-19 record after falling 129-105 to the Warriors. Curry tallied 42 points and knocked down nine of his 14 3-point attempts in the win.
Facebook11Tweet0Pin0 The opening of Olympia Family Theater’s seventh season, With Imagination Anything is Possible, starts with the adaptation of the classic picture book, Go, Dog. Go! Playwrights Steven Deitz, Allison Gregory and composer Michael Koerner transformed P.D. Eastman’s popular children’s story in to a comic romp with music and hilarity for the whole family. Go, Dog. Go! opens Friday night, October 12, 2012 at 7pm, and runs through Sunday, October 28, 2012. Performances take place at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts Black Box Theater. Directed by Artistic Director Jen Ryle.Six colorful dogs bustle, frolic, and dance across the stage as they move through their days. Whether working, picnicking or preparing for bed, their playful antics will engage the youngest theater-goers while delighting older ones, as well.Featuring the acting/singing/dancing talents of OFT veterans Terri Charles, Kate Ayers, Heather Christopher, and Harrison Fry, joined by newcomers Evan Hirsch and Ashlen Hodge. Musically directed and accompanied by Stephanie Claire, with Rich Sikorski and Scuff Acuff providing underscoring throughout.A veteran actor and director, Kate Ayers was most recently seen in OFT productions as The Old Lady in Goodnight Moon, and in Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Terri Charles has performed in numerous OFT productions, including Alexander and the…, A Year with Frog and Toad and Rapunzel. Their comic timing and accomplished physicality make this duo an animal odd couple of epic proportions. Heather Christopher has been seen in numerous Olympia productions, including several for OFT: Animal Farm, A Christmas Story, and Alexander and the…Harrison Fry grew up engaged in many Capital Playhouse productions, and has also been in many OFT shows, including Alexander and the…, A Year with Frog and Toad.Director Jen Ryle is co-founder of Olympia family Theater, and has directed numerous plays for OFT, including: The Phantom Tollbooth, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, and Rapunzel.OFT would like to express its appreciation for its Season Sponsors: Visionseed Publishing, MIXX 96, and Ch2o.Olympia Family Theater, in its 7th season has produced over twenty-five plays for family audiences, and is highly regarded as a provider of quality entertainment for children. In addition to producing performances for thousands of people each year, OFT provides camps and workshops for children of all ages.What: An imaginative musical adaptation of the picture book. Full of physical humor, simple language, and colorful characters and sets. Recommended for ages 3 and up.Where: The Washington Center for the Performing Arts, Black Box Theater. 512 Washington St SE, Olympia, WA 98501.When: Opens Friday, October 12, running through Sunday, October 28.Performances Thursday and Friday nights at 7pm, Saturdays and Sundays at 1pm, with additional 4:30 matinees on Saturday, October 20 and 27.Tickets: Children, 12 and under – $9, Students/Seniors/Military $12, Adults $16 (Plus $3 WA Center Service Fee). Available online at www.olytix.org, by phone at (360) 753-8586, or at the WA Center Box Office. Discounts available for season tickets, and groups of 10 or more. Discounts only available by phone, or in person at the box office.Thrifty Thursday (Pay What you Can) performance on Thursday, October 18.Info: Blue Dog, Yellow Dog, Red Dog, Spotted Dog, M.C. Dog, and Hattie dance, scoot, drive, work, sleep, play, and party together, bringing to life a book that has been delighting children for 50 years.