Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Aug 29, 2020 You may be interested in… CARIFESTA XV in Antigua and Barbuda postponed to 2022 The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has extended congratulations to the Government and People of St. Vincent and the Grenadines on the celebration of their Thirty-Ninth Anniversary on Independence, Saturday, 27 October, 2018. Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, in a congratulatory message to Vincentian Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, said “the chosen theme for this year’s festivities ‘Working together to enhance national pride’ encourages Vincentians to combine their efforts, not only to ensure a prosperous and secure future for the next generation, but also to strengthen their fraternal bonds”. “Prime Minister, the commitment of the Government and People of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in promoting regional integration, particularly as it relates to the Regional agenda for transport, is most appreciated,” the Secretary-General stated. Sep 16, 2020 Oct 9, 2020 Oct 6, 2020 Share this on WhatsApp CARICOM congratulates Trinidad and Tobago on its 58th… CARICOM SG congratulates re-elected Premier of Bermuda New Haitian Ambassador to CARICOM accredited “This is illustrated by the dedicated efforts to ensure that the importance of transport to the sustainable development of the Community remains at the forefront”, he added. The Vincentian Prime Minister is the Head of Government with Lead Responsibility for Transportation (Maritime and Aviation) in the CARICOM Quasi-Cabinet. “CARICOM looks forward to the continued active engagement of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in strengthening the development of the Community,” the Secretary-General said.
Share In the back of every Bridgehampton player’s mind is a little voice telling him that the goal is to upset Greenport. The Killer Bees had a chance to level the score, going into the January 4 matchup with a 2-1 League VII record to the Porters’ perfect 3-0, but a high-scoring second half with a monster 25-point fourth quarter helped Greenport pull away unscathed with an 80-61 victory.“We all played our hearts out, but I think we wanted to win the game so much that we just couldn’t settle down and play with more composure,” Bridgehampton senior J.P. Harding said. “We played more to the crowd than we did together as a team.”Both squads have a handful of weapons, making it hard for either team to contain the threats. But that didn’t stop Bridgehampton from racing up and down the court, using a 2-3 defense to pressure in hopes of turning the ball over and converting those into easy points.Harding used that to his advantage early, and made it look easy racking up the first eight points for the Killer Bees and 14 of his team-high 22 in the first half.“I felt fired up and ready to go from the start — ready to execute,” Harding said. “I think on defense, we stepped up and were very aggressive, but there were times our conditioning caught up to us and we didn’t get back on defense in time, which allowed them to get their own easy layups in transition.”By halftime, Bridgehampton was down 33-24 following an 11-3 Greenport scoring spurt, but managed to even things at 37-all on a bucket by Jonathan DeGroot, who returned from a knee injury. The field goal capped a six-point burst, but the threat ended there.Ahkee Anderson, who led all players with 28 points, supplied eight of them during a 10-2 Greenport run on a pair of putbacks, and a pair of jump-shots, making it 47-39. He also added 10 assists. Jaxan Swann (23 points) scored seven of the next 11 consecutive Porters points, including a buzzer-beater to end the third and three-pointer to start the fourth.“Every time we left the huddle, we talked about playing together, and kept that in perspective,” Swann said. “We know we can rely on anybody at any time in any given game.”Swann’s older brother Jude, at 6-4, dominated the boards, chipping in 16 points and 15 rebounds, and Josh Santacroce and Zach Riggins added six points apiece.Nae’Jon Ward was a force from behind the arc in the second half. He finished with 18 points for Bridgehampton and four threes. Elijah White racked up 14 points and DeGroot rounded out the scoring with six.“There’s a lot of tough guys on that team,” Ward said. “One of our strategies was for us to be able to get them into foul trouble, and on the offensive end, coach really wanted us to slow the game down and really run our sets.”The team ran its sets early, but the Porters’ aggressive second half set a new pace of play to help them pull out their seventh straight win.“I like it,” Anderson said through a huge grin of remaining undefeated. “That was our toughest competition, but I’ll go to war with these guys. We showed a lot of poise, even when it got close. We played with a lot of energy and locked down on defense — our style is hectic, but that’s how we like to play.”
Scana Industrier ASA has through its subsidiary Scana Subsea AB, won a contract for machining, welding test & assembly of riser forgings. The value of the contract is approximately 35 million SEK ($4.3 million). The company didn’t disclose the client, however, Scana has informed that the risers will be delivered to the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS).“The contract is important for the business area Scana Energy that includes Scana Subsea and Scana Machining along with Scana Steel Bjørneborg. The contract will involve project management in Scana Subsea along with assembly and testing at Scana Machining along with several other sub contractors,” said the company in a statement.“The contract is a recognition of Scanas strategy to become a component manufacturer within Scana Energy group by taking responsibility for projects including several material processes and services,” states Jan Henry Melhus CEO of Scana Industrier ASA.According to Scana, the manufacturing will start immediately and deliveries are expected from fourth quarter 2015 to second quarter 2016.
[av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’FEU snaps skid to stay alive in UAAP ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]MANILA – Far Eastern University Tamaraws went on a furious finishing run to escape with a 64-61 win over University of the East Red Warriors in the UAAP Season 79 men’s seniors basketball on Wednesday at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.Trailing 59-54 halfway through the final frame, Tamaraws scored five unanswered points — free throws by Prince Orizu and Wendell Comboy and a jumper, also by Comboy — to tie the score at 59-all.Another free throw by Comboy helped Tamaraws surge to 60-59 before a three-pointer by Axel Inigo extended the lead, 63-59. Red Warriors came to within three points but a free throw by Raymar Jose sealed Tamaraws’ win.Inigo led the way with 16 points, including three three-point baskets, for the defending champion Tamaraws, which snapped a three-game losing skid to improve to a 9-5 win-loss slate.Jose and Richard Escoto chipped in with 11 points apiece, while Comboy contributed 10 markers for Tamaraws, which kept its hopes for a “twice-to-beat” incentive alive with the win.For Tamaraws to have a shot for a playoff for the “twice-to-beat” advantage, it must wish that Adamson University Falcons beats Ateneo De Manila University Blue Eagles, whose battle was ongoing at press time.“It was never in my mind getting a twice-to-beat. If it comes, it comes,” said Tamaraws head coach Nash Racela. “Ang importante is we’re in the Final Four. I know that we could compete and beat the other teams.”Paul Varilla top-scored with 13 points, while Philip Manalang, Emil Palma and Rey Acuno had eight points each for Red Warriors, which tied University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers at last place with a 3-11 slate./PN [/av_textblock][/av_one_full]
Trevor Bauer was the first Cleveland Indians pitcher to avoid Arbitration with a 1 year, $3.55M settlement with the Indians.Dan Otero settled for 1 year, $1.055M .Zack McAllister : 1 year at $1.825M .Cody Allen for 1 year at $7.35M .Bryan Shaw : 1 year at $4.6M .Danny Salazar : 1 year at $3.4M .Yes , Indians fans this does mean that these pitchers are possible free agents come the 2018 season but can also get contract extensions during the 2017 season.Below is the definition of arbitration and how to be eligible for arbitration according to Fangraphs.com :Salary Arbitration – In certain specific instances, a player and team may choose to go through a salary arbitration hearing in order to determine that player’s salary for the upcoming season.To be eligible for an arbitration hearing a player would have to meet the following requirements ;-They have at least three full seasons of MLB service time, and less than six. Players with six or more years of service time become free agents after their contracts have expired, while players with less than six seasons are under team-control. Up until players have acquired three seasons of service time, their salary is determined solely by their team. For years three through six, players can take their salary demands to an arbitration panel if they can’t reach an agreement with their team.-If they have less then three full seasons of MLB service time, but are within the top 22% of players with more than two years of service time. This is called the “Super Two” exception, and it often leads to top prospects being held down in the minor leagues until they have passed the Super Two threshold Related TopicsBryan ShawCleveland IndiansCody AllenDan OteroDanny SalazarIndians Pitchers avoid arbitrationSalary ArbitrationTrevor BauerZack McAllister Payton Vince is either talking about sports or watching sports. He covers sports for Metro Networks and is also a writer for LastWordOnSports.com. He grew up in Brooklyn Heights,Ohio for most of his life then around senior year of high school moved to Cleveland. A fan of the Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, and a Pittsburgh Steelers, he graduated from Cuyahoga Heights High School (Class of 2014) and also graduated from the Ohio Center for Broadcasting in 2015. He bowled and played baseball in high school, and is a huge fan of independent wrestling and WWE, and can almost always find him at an independent show. Lastly, Payton is a backstage interviewer for Mega Championship Wrestling in Elyria, and is one of the three on ‘That Sports Show’ which airs daily from 2-4pm on AllSportsCleveland.com. Payton Vince
Klinkner: “And he said well we’re standing here at your place and your window’s been broke out, not really broke out but somebody actually pried the window open and pried the frame apart and they climbed in through the RV trailer that I have set up out north on one of my properties. They stole my gun cabinet, my guns, my GPS, I had cell phones inside the gun cabinet and I had a bunch of hunting clothing that is no longer there.” He said he is still out of state but has already taken precautions to make his property more secure and will follow up with the troopers when he is back in state. Klinkner: “Everybody out in Nikiski has been suffering from these rash of burglaries over the last few years and I took precautions but I guess I didn’t take enough.” Klinkner said his friend had checked his place two weeks ago and everything was fine. He’s owned the property since 2008 and said he never had a problem with anything go missing until now. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Long-haul truck driver and Nikiski resident Jim Klinkner was on a delivery to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, when a friend reported to him that his home had been burglarized. Klinkner listed the following items as stolen:270 Winchester Magnum Savage hunting rifleRuger Mark 2 model 77 hunting rifle300 Winchester Magnum Savage hunting rifle12 gauge Mossberg 770 pump model.22 Mossberg Plinkster RifleGarmin GPS hand heldseveral thousand dollars of camoflage hunting clothesAn 18 gun green Stack-On gun case
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Arnel Pineda, right, and Neal Schon will perform with Journey on May 27 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.Long-running rock band Journey will play the annual Carb Day concert on May 27 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.The California band, featuring vocalist Arnel Pineda since 2007, will draw on a catalog of hits that includes “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Faithfully,” “Any Way You Want It” and “Open Arms.”The Carb Day concert is part of festivities surrounding the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, scheduled for May 29.Mumford & Sons set Indianapolis date for 2016In addition to the concert, Miller Lite Carb Day includes the final practice for the Indy 500 and the Indy Lights Freedom 100 race. General admission tickets, $30, are available for purchase at IMS.com/carbday. Upgrades for access closest to the concert stage are available for $10.Journey’s lineup includes Pineda, guitarist Neal Schon, keyboard player Jonathan Cain, bass player Ross Valory and drummer Steve Smith — who’s returning to the band after exiting in the 1990s. Vocalist Steve Perry, who recorded a dozen Top 20 singles with Journey, left the band in 1998.Beatles drum head is Jim Irsay’s latest purchaseSchon will serve as the supporting act at the Carb Day show, where he will perform songs from his 2015 instrumental album “Vortex.”Download the IndyStar Things To Do AppCall Star reporter David Lindquist at (317) 444-6404. Follow him on Twitter: @317Lindquist.<!–iframe–>
NASHVILLE, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County Mayor E.L. Morton writes, “Today, Governor Lee extended the COVID-19 Emergency until August 29, 2020 in the announcement below.”Accordingly, our courthouse is returning to a single-point of entry with temperature checks for the protection of the public and staff.Commercial driver’s licenses set to expire tomorrow, June 30, 2020, will expire tomorrow. TDOT will be processing those renewals through TDOT facilities.Driver’s licenses for everyone else are extended through November 15, 2020.Public meetings are again authorized via electronic means or under social distancing conditions.Morton noted, “If county government departments plan meetings in person, coordinate them through my office and prepare to provide temperature check and security services within the budget of that department.”Executive Orders 50, 51 and 52 with guidance for medical services, public meetings and court operations can be read HERE.Hand washing, sanitizer, face masks, covering coughs and sneezes and distancing are advised in all activities.The announcement below retains Governor Lee’s previous guidance for allowable worship and funeral services while advising gatherings of 50 or less in other social or business settings.Basketball courts, soccer and baseball fields and playgrounds remain closed at Lonus Young Park. The mayor added, “Thank you for your continued efforts to minimize the spread of the Covid-19 virus.” (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06-29/2020-6PM)Share this:FacebookTwitter