Sharing is caring! Share Share 321 Views no discussions Share NewsRegional Venezuelan officials visit Simon Bolivar Housing Scheme by: – December 15, 2014 Tweet Venezuelan Ambassador Hayden Pierla and other Venezuelan officials with the residents of the Simon Bolivar Housing Scheme CommunityOfficials of the Venezuelan Embassy visited the Simon Bolivar Housing Scheme community on Saturday 13 December 2014.As part of the visit, the officials presented T-shirts with the name of the Liberator of Venezuela to the residents.Venezuelan Ambassador to Dominica Hayden Pirela presenting a T-shirt to a resident Regina WalshPoet Israel Sotillo, who was a facilitator at the Embassy’s Forum last week Thursday, explained to the community who Simon Bolivar was and his importance in Venezuelan history.Venezuelan Ambassador, Hayden Pierla, who was part of the delegation, presented a cheque to the residents to facilitate a wall painting of Bolivar.Venezuelan Ambassador to Dominica Hayden Pirela interacting with the residents
In a 5-12 season, there are myriad problems for a basketball team. But if you had to pinpoint one problem for the Utah basketball team this season it would be the inability to defend the 3-point shot.So guess who’s coming to the Huntsman Center tonight?Just the second-best 3-point shooting team in the country, the Air Force Falcons.The Falcons are shooting threes at a 44.7 clip this year, which may not seem that great, considering the Utes have been allowing opponents to shoot 47.7 percent on the season. Heck, if the Utes can hold the Falcons to shoot 44.7 percent tonight, they might be doing cartwheels.The trouble for the Utes is the 11th-ranked Falcons, who have won 13 straight, do a lot more things well than shoot 3-pointers.Not only are they second in the nation in 3-point shooting, they are also ranked in the top 10 — incredibly — in eight other categories.The Falcons are tied for first in fewest turnovers per game (10.2), second in field goal percentage (53.9), second in win-loss percentage (94.1), fifth in scoring defense (54.6), fifth in fewest fouls per game (13.6), seventh in 3-pointers per game (10.0), eighth in scoring margin (19.4), and 10th in free throw percentage (76.3).Utah coach Ray Giacoletti knows his team has its hands full tonight.”It concerns me that they are 17-1 and are very efficient in everything they do,” he said. “They don’t beat themselves. You’ve got two obstacles with guarding them and what you need to be able to do to score.”Surprisingly, he’s more concerned about his team’s ability to score against the Falcons than to stop them.”The difficult part might be scoring,” he said. “It always used to be, ‘How are you going to defend Air Force?’ And, still, that’s a challenge, but that’s a little bit. But I think people in our league at least understand a little bit what they are trying to do offensively. It’s what you can run and how can you be effective scoring the basketball.”The Utes have been able to score for the most part this year. In fact, the Utes rank right behind the Falcons in 3-point shooting at 44.4 percent with Shaun Green leading the nation at 56.8 percent. But unless they slow down the Falcons’ offense, they have little chance of an upset.The one thing the Utes can find solace in is the fact the the Falcons have struggled to win their last three games.Last Tuesday, New Mexico, the same team the Utes took to overtime in The Pit, led the Falcons by 21 points in Colorado Springs before blowing a second-half lead. Then on Saturday, Wyoming stayed with the Falcons right down to the final buzzer when Jacob Burtschi made a layup to win by two. Before those two games, Air Force held on to beat UNLV by six at home.The Falcons are basically a five-man team with the starters often playing all 40 minutes. Only Andrew Henke (4.5 ppg), averages more than 10 minutes a game among the reserves. Next up for the Utes is Wyoming Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Huntsman Center. Related E-mail: [email protected] Utah game day
Dynamo Kiev (UKR)-Young Boys (SUI) The draw was made this Friday in Nyon (Switzerland) for the third round, which is when teams from some of the bigger leagues and champions such as AEK Athens and Viktoria Pilsen enter the draw. With the second round still to be plated (18 and 19 July), this draw was for the round before the one Sevilla will enter. EFE Viitorul (RUM)-APOEL (CYP) or Dudelange (LUX) The draw: Nice will play Ajax, runners-up in the Dutch league and the Europa League in 2016/17, in the third qualifying round of the Champions League. Dinamo Kiev vs. Young Boys is another standout tie. 14/07/2017 CHAMPIONS ROUTE Spartak Jurmala (LET) or Astana (KAZ)-IFK Mariehamn (FIN) or Legia Warszawa (POL) The first legs will be played on 25 and 26 July and the return fixtures on 1 and 2 August. Slavia Praga (CZE)-BATE Borisov (BLR) or Alashkert (ARM) Niza (FRA)-Ajax Amsterdam (HOL) Linfield (NIR) or Celtic (SCO)-Dundalk (IRL) or Rosenborg (NOR) AEK Atenas (GRE)- CSKA Moscú (RUS) Club Brujas (BEL)- Estambul Basaksehir (TUR) FCSB (RUM)-Viktoria Plzen (CZE) Hapoel Beer-Sheva (ISR) or Honvéd (HUN)-Zalgiris Vilnius (LTU) or Ludogorets (BUL) Group 1 Group 2 IN SPORT.ES Ailina (SVK) or Copenhague (DIN)-Malmöe (SUE) or Vardar (MKD) Upd. on 15/07/2017 at 04:01 CEST LEAGUE ROUTE Qarabab (AZE) or Samtredia (GEO)-Sheriff (MKD) or Kukësi (ALB) Hibernians (MLT) or Salzburgo (AUT)-Rijeka (CRO) or TNS (PDG) Niza-Ajax, eliminatoria estrella en la Champions Partizan (SRB) or Buducnost Podgorica (MNE)-Olympiacos (GRE). Zrinjski (BIH) or Maribor (SVN)-FH Hafnarfjördur (ISL) or Víkingur (FRO)
Racing stars Johnny Murtagh, Barry Geraghty, Ruby Walsh, Patrick Mullins, Rachael Blackmore, Jamie Codd, Chris Hayes, Niall ‘Slippers’ Madden, Willie McCreery, Sandra Hughes and Shane Foley are just some of the jockeys and trainers who have signed up for the sixth annual Jog for Jockeys 5km and 10km races at the Curragh Racecourse on Sunday 21st August. Tattersalls Irish 1000 Guineas winning jockey, Shane Foley was first jockey home in the 2015 10km race and is out to defend his title in this unique race at the Curragh Racecourse. The competition for the winning racing yard or stud farm team in the 5km is expected to be hotly contested. Each winning team member will each receive a €40 voucher, kindly sponsored by TRI Equestrian and a photoshoot for the yard with Alisha Flood. Teams already signed-up are: Sandra Hughes, Gordon Elliott, Ken Condon, Willie McCreery, Richard Brabazon, Darren Bunyan, Michael Halford, Alan Fleming and Johnny Murtagh. TRAMORE 12-8-2016.Racing stars are getting geared up for the 5km and 10km Jog for Jockeys at the Curragh on Sunday 21st August in aid of Irish Injured Jockeys.(L-R Back) Jonathan Moore, David Mullins, Robbie Colgan, Mark Enright, Andrew Lynch.(L-R Front) Sean Flanagan, Andrew Ring, Conor Maxwell, Ruby Walsh, Jonathan Burke.Photo HEALY RACING. Ex-jockey Ken Whelan will act as MC and call both races to order and Dervla Duffy, National Elite 57kg Irish boxing champion will be on-site to provide a boxing-style warm-up. Start time for 10km run is 11am and the 5km runners will begin at 11:20am.Runners can still register online at www.jogforjockeys.ie for €20 or on the morning of the race at the Curragh Racecourse entrance building for €25. The registration desk will open at 8:30am. All monies raised will be donated to Irish Injured Jockeys. Sponsorship cards are also available online and from reception in Horse Racing Ireland at Ballymany, the Curragh, Co. Kildare.Prizes will be awarded to the first three males and females home in both races and there will also be children’s prizes and a team prize for the 5km and 10km along with this year’s new category for the winning racing yard or stud farm in the 5km race.Any runners who bring their race number to the Curragh for racing later that afternoon will get free entry to the Longines Irish Champions Weekend Trials meeting, featuring the Galileo Futurity Stakes and Debutante Stakes. The first race is at 2.15pm.Leading National Hunt Jockey, Barry Geraghty said: “I’ve run both 5km and 10km routes at Jog for Jockeys over the past five years. Whether you are a walker, jogger or serious runner, I’d encourage everyone to give Jog for Jockeys a go next Sunday. There is a great atmosphere and there is good bit of rivalry between the jockeys and trainers. More importantly, it’s for a really worthy cause. Irish Injured Jockeys provide vital support for jockeys – all funds raised go to the injured riders who are in most need of support.”Michael Higgins, General Manager of Irish Injured Jockeys said: “With just a week to go, I’d urge as many runners and walkers to register for the 5km or 10km at www.jogforjockeys.ie. It’s a great opportunity to walk, jog or run around the iconic Curragh Racecourse and meet lots of racing stars along the routes. Online entry costs €20 or entry on the day costs €25, for either route. A team of five is €100, with the three best times to count. Children under 16 can run for free but if they would like to be in with a chance to win a prize, they can register at the junior rate of €10. We had a great turnout last year and we’re hoping for even more support this year.”All runners will receive a race t-shirt and regardless of distance, all participants will be provided with timing chips to record accurate race times. Free refreshments will also be provided.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Derek McGrath is the Waterford Manager. He spoke to Coilin Duffy after it was confirmed that Conor Gleeson would miss the finalAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/DEREK%20MCGRATH%20PRE%20ALL%20IRELAND%20FINAL%20OTL.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The Minor Final between Galway and Cork throws in at 1.15 followed by the Senior Final between Galway and Waterford at 3.30 Today, we hear from both Managers.First is Galway Manager Micheal Donoghue. He Spoke To Sean Walsh earlier this weekAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/MICHEAL%20DONOGHUE%20PRE%20WATERFORD%20OTL.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The Route To The FinalLeinster Quarter-FinalsGalway 2-28 Dublin 1-17Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-9 (0-5f), C Cooney 1-3, C Whelan 0-5, J Flynn 1-2, D Burke 0-3, N Burke 0-2, J Cooney, C Mannion, T Monaghan, É Burke 0-1 each. Munster Senior Hurling ChampionshipMunster Semi-FinalsWaterford 1-15 Cork 0-23Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-5 (0-1f), M Shanahan 1-1 (0-1f), S Bennett, A Gleeson, J Barron 0-2 each, B O’Halloran, S Bennett, K Moran 0-1 each. Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship FinalCorcaigh v Gaillimh, Páirc an Chrócaigh, 1.15print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Waterford 4-19 Cork 0-20Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-8 (5f), J Barron 2-1; K Moran 0-4; A Gleeson 1-2, M Walsh 1-0; D Fives, C Gleeson, B O’Halloran, M Shanahan 0-1. All-Ireland Hurling Final Sunday….GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship FinalGaillimh v Port Láirge, Páirc an Chrócaigh, 3.30 Leinster Semi-FinalsGalway 0-33 Offaly 1-11Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-7 (0-6f), C Whelan 0-7, N Burke 0-5, S Maloney 0-4, A Harte 0-3, P Mannion 0-2, C Mannion 0-2, J Coen 0-2, C Cooney 0-1. All-Ireland Quarter-FinalsWaterford 1-23 Wexford 1-19Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-9 (0-9f), K Moran 1-3, A Gleeson 0-3 (0-1f), B O’Halloran, M Shanahan 0-2 each, C Gleeson, J Dillon, M Walsh, D Fives 0-1 each. Leinster FinalGalway 0-29 Wexford 1-17Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-10 (0-8f, 0-1 65, 0-1 sideline), C Cooney 0-8 (0-1f), J Cooney 0-5, N Burke 0-2, D Burke, P Mannion, T Monaghan and S Maloney 0-1 each. All-Ireland Semi-FinalsGalway 0-22 Tipperary 1-18Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-11 (0-6f, 0-1 ’65, 0-1 sideline), C Whelan 0-4, C Cooney and J Coen 0-2 each, J Cooney, P Mannion (0-1f), D Burke 0-1 each. Qualifiers Round 2Waterford 4-23 Kilkenny 2-22Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-6 (0-5f, 0-1 ’65), J Barron, M Shanahan (0-3f) 1-3 each, A Gleeson 0-5, Shane Bennett, M Walsh 1-0 each, T Ryan, K Moran 0-2 each, J Dillon, P Curran 0-1 each. Tomorrow is D-Day for The Galway Senior And Minor Hurling Teams as they feature on All-Ireland Sunday. All-Ireland QualifiersQualifiers Round 1Waterford 1-35 Offaly 0-14Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony (0-11, 0-7 frees, 0-1 ’65); A Gleeson (0-6); P Curran (0-4, 0-2 frees, 0-1 ’65); Shane Bennett (1-0); K Moran, D Fives, J Barron, M Shanahan, C Dunford (0-2 each); J Dillon, T De Burca, T Ryan, M Walsh (0-1 each).
Saturday March 24thSt. Tiernach’s Park, Clones, Co. Monaghan The AIB All-Ireland Senior & Intermediate Club Championships Finals which were postponed due to the recent severe weather have now been re-scheduled for Saturday March 24th in St. Tiernach’s Park, Clones, Co.Monaghan as follows: Senior FinalSarsfields (Galway) v Slaughtneil (Derry) @ 3.30pmIntermediate FinalAthenry (Galway) v Johnstownbridge (Kildare) @ 1.30pmIt has also been announced that the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues Division 1 Final has now been fixed for Sunday April 8th. A venue and throw-in time for this fixture will be confirmed in due courseprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
HARRY KANE and Neil Warnock were involved in a blazing touchline row this afternoon… with the Cardiff boss appearing to call the England skipper a “t***”.The Spurs man seemed to become embroiled in a raging argument with the Bluebirds gaffer after Joe Ralls saw red at Wembley in the 1-0 win for Spurs.8 Harry Kane was booked for his part in Joe Ralls’ sending-off at WembleyCredit: Reuters8 Joe Ralls was sent-off for Cardiff, prompting a furious rowCredit: AFPRalls had moments earlier been sent off for a cynical hack on Lucas Moura, with Kane booked for his role in the drama.Moura had run down the wing, only to be brought down by Ralls – with Kane sprinting over and throwing his arms around the Cardiff midfielder.The World Cup Golden Boot winner then turned his attention to Warnock, with the boss not mincing his words.A huge number of fans on Twitter believe the Bluebirds boss said, “Well done Harry, you t***”, after playing his part in Ralls’ sending-off.8 Fans on Twitter believe Neil Warnock called Harry Kane a ‘t***’8 Joe Ralls had earlier hacked down Lucas Moura at Wembley to see redCredit: PA:Press Association8 Harry Kane and Neil Warnock were involved in a furious exchange8 Harry Kane is said to have been called a ‘t***’ by the Cardiff bossSpeaking after the match, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said of the incident: “It was clear red card from my point of view but it is difficult for referees to judge.”It is not my business to judge another manager or another team. Neil Warnock can complain but it is not my business.”Earlier in the game, Eric Dier had scored his first Premier League goal in 546 days when his eighth-minute strike found the back of the net.It was the England man’s first league goal since April 2017 as Tottenham bagged another vital three points at Wembley.8 Fans have been speculating as to what was said between the pair8 A huge number of Twitter users believe they saw Neil Warnock call Harry Kane a ‘t***’MOST READ IN FOOTBALLRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordExclusiveKEEP IT IN THE FAMILYMan Utd line up shock swoop for Kasper Schmeichel to replace De GeaGAME CHANGERLampard slams ref and VAR for sending off Kovacic in fiery FA Cup final defeatMISS-RON IMPOSSIBLERonaldo LOSES Golden Boot race after axe from Juve squad for final game
CCH Tax Day ReportFor marijuana tax purposes, the Colorado Department of Revenue has released an Average Market Rate Change Fact Sheet that updates the Average Market Rates (AMR). The AMR is utilized by the Department of Revenue in levying the retail marijuana excise tax on the sale or transfer of retail marijuana from a retail marijuana cultivation facility. Effective July 1, 2017, the average market rates for unprocessed retail marijuana will be:– Retail Flower Rate: $1298/pound (previously, $1471/pound);– Retail Trim Rate: $426/pound (previously, $499/pound);– Immature Plant Rate: $4/plant (previously, $10/plant);– Wet Whole Plant Rate: $227/pound (previously, $223/pound); and– Seed Rate: $3/seed (previously, $6/seed).Subscribers can view the fact sheet.AMR_Fact_SheetAverage Market Rate Change Fact Sheet, Colorado Department of Revenue, June 2017
UrbanFormer Ohio State defensive end Noah Spence did not hear his name called during the first round of the NFL Draft Thursday night. This surprised Spence’s former coach, Urban Meyer. Spence, who played at OSU for two seasons before having to transfer because of failed drug tests, is an “elite” defensive end, according to Meyer. The Ohio State coach placed him in a similar category to Joey Bosa, who was taken No. 3 overall. “I was kind of shocked he didn’t go yesterday,” Meyer said on the NFL Network. “I was kind of shocked he didn’t go yesterday,” Urban says of Noah Spence.— Andrew Holleran (@andrewjholleran) April 29, 2016Meyer also talked about how Spence was a 3.0 student at Ohio State and comes from a great family.The NFL Draft is currently airing on ESPN and the NFL Network. Spence is expected to go early in the second round.
Categories: Chatfield News State Rep. Lee Chatfield invites residents to join him during local office hours for the months of July and August. The schedule for office hours is as follows:Wednesday, July 2510 to 11 a.m. at the Cheboygan Area Chamber of Commerce, 124 N. Main St. in Cheboygan.Friday, August 108:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the Chippewa County International Airport-Iven Kincheloe (Conference Room), 5315 W. Airport Drive in Kincheloe.“Monthly office hours are just one of the numerous ways for my office and I to stay accessible and discuss important issues,â€ Chatfield said. “I am dedicated to listening, sharing ideas and tackling the big issues so we can continue making Northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula an even better place.” No appointment is necessary. Those unable to attend may contact Rep. Chatfield at 517.3723.2629 or via email at [email protected] 12Jul Rep. Chatfield announces summer office hour schedule