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Police investigating death of sixty-one year old and alleged shooting incident

first_img Tweet Share Body of Kenneth “rasrope” MatthewPolice Public Relations Officer Sergeant Kenth Matthew has reported that an investigation has been launched into the sudden death of a sixty-one (61) years old Salisbury resident.Kenneth “Rasrope” Matthew was found in distress by a villager on January 1st, 2012 but was subsequently pronounced dead.“Police are investigating the sudden death of a man from Salisbury, Kenneth Matthew a sixty-one year old man from that same village. At 7:32am on Sunday 1st January, 2012 a villager who was coming from a public convenience nearby saw Kenneth lying in his yard in severe distress. He informed the police who responded but Kenneth had died before they got to him. The district medical officer, Dr. Francine Jeffrey visited the scene and examined Kenneth’s body and pronounced him dead. His body was removed to the Princess Margaret Hospital pending a post-mortem examination,” Sergeant Matthew reported.Meantime, Sergeant Matthew reports that the police department is also investigating an alleged shooting incident which has left a twenty-two (22) years old male nursing an injury at the Princess Margaret Hospital.“Chris Simon, a twenty-two year old man of Upper Lane, Roseau is the subject of medical attention at the Alford Ward of the Princess Margaret Hospital at Goodwill as a result of a wound that he received on the left side of his buttocks between midnight and 1 am on Saturday the 31st of December, 2011 when he claimed to have been shot by an assailant as he walked on River Bank. That assailant has not been identified, there is a suspect but the assailant has not been identified.”Dominica Vibes News Share Sharecenter_img 24 Views   one comment Sharing is caring! LocalNews Police investigating death of sixty-one year old and alleged shooting incident by: – January 3, 2012last_img read more

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Come out and ‘Cook the Book’

first_imgGreensburg, In. — Join the staff of the Greensburg/Decatur County Public Library for “Cook the Book” Tuesday, March 19 at 6 p.m. The work, “At the Southern Table by Paula Dean will be featured.  A recipe from the book will be prepared and discussed in a group forum.dinner“Cook the Book” will be held every other month. For more information please call 812-663-2826.last_img

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Bristol City hope to land Fulham defender

first_imgFulham’s England Under-21 defender Matthew Briggs looks set to join Bristol City on loan.Briggs made a promising start to the season but has not featured in the Premier League since November and has not even been part of the Whites’ matchday squad for recent games.At least two other Championship clubs are interested in taking the 20-year-old left-back on loan after learning that he may be available.AdChoices广告But City lead the race to capture him and are hoping to have Briggs on board by the time they play Doncaster on Saturday.Feature: Ones to watch in 2012  Follow West London Sport on Twitter Find us on Facebooklast_img

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Nittany Lions end Field House magic

first_imgThe last time that the Wisconsin Badgers’ volleyball team lost at home was on September 26 of last year when they fell 0-3 to then-fourth-ranked Penn State.Fast forward to this past Saturday night and one can almost feel the sense of déjàvu in the Field House.After a successful 3-0 (30-25, 30-18, 30-20) sweep of No. 18 Ohio State the night before, Wisconsin’s 16-match home winning streak was snapped as they fell to the No. 4 Nittany Lions 0-3 (21-30, 25-30, 22-30) once again.”I thought Penn State actually played a great match tonight,” head coach Pete Waite said. “You know there’s a reason that they’re ranked in the top four in the nation and they showed us some things tonight that we need to learn and improve from, but I thought they did a lot of things almost flawlessly and Tortortello especially was good tonight.”Sam Tortortello, the all-American senior, set the pace early for Penn State’s speedy offense with 40 assists.The Lions’ fast-paced offense was undoubtedly the best the Badgers’ have seen all year — even better than that of Missouri, their only other loss on the season.”They just had a quicker offense than Missouri,” said Audra Jeffers, who finished the night with a team-high 11 kills. “Missouri kind of always went out to their two outside hitters and we knew that — it was pretty predictable, but the offense that Penn State ran was just all over the place, we never knew where [Tortortello] was going to set so I think that was more challenging.”Senior co-captains Aubrey Meierotto and Sheila Shaw were not able to form a steady killing attack as they were held to an attacking percentage of -0.65 and -.111, respectively.However, coach Waite acknowledged that this is what good teams such as Penn State do.”When you play a better team, they take you out of the game you like to play and that’s what we’ve done to a lot of teams and they did to us tonight,” Waite said. “They’re definitely a great team and we want to be right up there with them so we’ll have to improve a lot before we play them next time.”On the other hand, Penn State head coach Russ Rose was quick to downplay the significance of his team’s decisive victory against a top-ranked Big Ten team on the road.”When the top teams play, it’s always good to get a victory, but I think it’s more important you just look at how your team is playing,” Rose said. “You don’t really get caught up in the results because results can change and we play them in three weeks and it can be different, so I don’t get too high on the winning aspect of it, but I was very pleased with how we played.”Both teams managed to play well on the block as Penn State barely narrowed Wisconsin on the net by a margin of 12.5 to 12.Nevertheless, sophomore Taylor Reineke, who led the team with 9 blocks, felt the Badger block wasn’t as effective as the Lions’ and still needs improvement.”I think that we need to work on blocking behind and in the middle and its something we need to work on in practice,” Reineke said. “I think it was just the fast-pace tempo of the game that was really hurting us on our blocks.”Wisconsin’s sub par performance Saturday night was an almost complete opposite from Friday night versus Ohio State.Wisconsin completely routed the Buckeyes, capitalizing on all aspects of the game as they never let up in the three-game match victory.In game two, Wisconsin went on an 11-0 run, exhibiting the sheer dominance they often posses.”I think we took a very good team and played well against them in every category,” said Waite of the Ohio State victory. “Especially our blocking was solid. I thought Jackie [Simpson] was spreading out the offense quite a bit, made it tough for their blockers. We had had a good week of practice and it showed.”The Badgers’ success this season (13-2, 5-1) has mostly been correlated with their ability to pass and play defense; even Sheila Shaw recognizes this fact as it was evident in both their win and loss this weekend.”It all comes back to our game and we’re really going to focus hard on passing and playing defense every time because we know that’s what wins games,” she said.last_img read more

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Syracuse to play Western Michigan in home-and-home series in 2018, 2019

first_imgSyracuse will open the 2018 season at Western Michigan on Sept. 1, SU Athletics announced Monday afternoon. It will be SU’s first season-opener on the road since 2013. The Orange will host the Broncos the following year, 2019, on Sept. 21.The home-and-home series, which rounds out SU’s nonconference slate for 2019, bumps Syracuse’s originally scheduled date at Maryland (Sept. 21) to Sept. 7. It also will likely bring back to the Carrier Dome WMU head coach Tim Lester, who will enter his first year this fall after coaching quarterbacks in 2016 at Purdue. Lester coached at Syracuse from 2013-15, serving as quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator. Also at WMU is former Syracuse assistant head coach, defensive line coach and special teams coordinator Tim Daoust.The Broncos finished the 2016 campaign 13-1, first in the Mid-American Conference (8-0) and ranked as high as No. 14 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll.“Western Michigan has a long history of success,” said Syracuse director of athletics John Wildhack in a release. “We look forward to a competitive series.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDaily Orange File PhotoIn May, Syracuse announced series with Liberty and Notre Dame. Below is how the 2018 and 2019 seasons look for Syracuse football, which is coming off back-to-back four-win seasons.2018Sept. 1 at Western MichiganSept. 29 vs. ConnecticutNov. 17 at Notre DameACC home games: Florida State, Louisville, North Carolina, North Carolina StateACC away games: Boston College, Clemson, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest2019Aug. 31 at LibertySept. 7 at MarylandSept. 21 vs. Western MichiganTBD vs. Holy CrossACC home games: Boston College, Clemson, Pittsburgh, Wake ForestACC away games: Duke, Florida State, Louisville, NC State Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on June 5, 2017 at 12:34 pm Contact Matthew: mguti100@syr.edu | @MatthewGut21last_img read more

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‘He Broke My Nose And Should Have Been Sent Off’ – Bonucci Furious With…

first_imgItalian defender Leonardo Bonucci has expressed his fury at the performance of Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir during his side’s 1-0 loss to Sweden in the first leg of their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying clash.The AC Milan stopper was particularly furious with the challenge of Sweden striker Ola Toivonen which left him with a broken nose.While speaking with Sky Sport Italia, the former Juventus defender said:“He broke my nose after 30 seconds and should’ve been sent off. There’s not much you can say other than that.”“A referee with greater character would’ve sent off at least one of the Swedish players.“We knew Sweden would play the long ball and flick it on, so they created very little, but we should’ve been quicker when moving the ball around.“We have to believe in what we’re doing to the last moment of the second leg at San Siro on Monday.” he added.Italy will need to overturn a 1-0 deficit to avoid missing out on the World Cup for the first time in 60 years (1958 edition).Related”It Was A Sad And Unpleasant Moment For Me” – Referee Regrets Costly ErrorJanuary 12, 2018In “FIFA”‘Aggrieved’ Evans Wants Video Technology After Controversial World Cup DecisionNovember 16, 2017In “FIFA”NI Left To Rue Controversial 1st Leg Decision After Playoff Defeat To SwitzerlandNovember 12, 2017In “FIFA”last_img read more

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Colossus Bets signs landmark cash-out agreement with AmWager

first_img SIS pens new partnership with Colossus Bets October 8, 2019 Nelson Clemmens – AmWagerColossus Bets, a supplier of next-generation pool betting markets, has announced a further major US coup, after confirming that simulcast racing services provider AmWest Entertainment (AmWager) will become the first US-licensed racing incumbent to offer cash-out capabilities.Maintaining multiple US racetrack partnerships, AmWest offers an extensive range of ‘Advanced Deposit Wagering ADW’ provisions for US racing customers.Beginning with UK and Irish racing pools, AmWest is to introduce ADW tailored ‘leg-by-leg’ cash-out functionalities, powered by Colossus Bets systems.Customers on the AmWager platform will receive Cash Out offers for their live British and Irish racing pools tickets after each race in Colossus multi-leg pools. Players can decide to do nothing and hope that the ticket goes on to win, or sell all or a portion of their live ticket to lock in a guaranteed immediate payout.Nelson Clemmens, AmWager CEO, said: “Our partnership with Colossus will give our players access to the most modernized pools and features available. I am especially pleased that AmWager will be the first ADW to enable players to take control of their multi-leg betting via the Cash Out feature on Colossus-hosted pools.”In addition to securing its initial cash-out capabilities, the partnership will see Colossus Bets provide AmWager with its lotto-sized jackpots and crowdfunded Syndicates for North American racing.The Colossus Bets’ British and Irish horse racing pools consist of a series of multi-leg Pick ‘n’ pools with consolations, Place Pick ‘n’ pools and correct order pools. Guarantees on these pools often exceed $100,000.The AmWager partnership sees Colossus Bets further advance its US position, bringing new innovations to the North American racing scene.Entering 2019, Colossus Bets won the contract to revamp entirely the racing totalizator network granted by the Oregon Racing Commission (ORC).Colossus Bets’ CEO Bernard Marantelli added: “We are excited to welcome AmWager as the first North American operator to the Colossus network. US horseplayers will now be able to experience the benefits of the Colossus innovations that have been so popular in other markets.” Submit Related Articles Share Colossus Bets backs Central Park sweepstakes March 20, 2020 Share Colossus Bets confirms cash-out collaboration with bet365 October 1, 2019 StumbleUponlast_img read more

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Video: Watch Richmond Boakye Yaidom’s goal for Sassuolo

first_imgStriker Richmond Boakye-Yiadom displayed high goal scoring technique in Sassuolo’s 1-1 draw at Brescia in the Italian Serie B.The 19-year-old seems to have lost his control inside the box but quickly recovered to slot home the opener.Watch Richmond Boakye-Yiadom’s goal for Sassuolo against Brescia.last_img

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Yasiel Puig hoping to play in Dominican Winter League

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “Andrew’s just continuing to impress, giving us good at-bats,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said prior to the game. “I like his ability to run, potentially steal a base. Get a guy on base, he might be able to hit that hole.”Toles began the day with a .341 batting average, three home runs, 15 RBIs and 17 runs scored. The 24-year-old, who began the season with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, has impressed coaches with his unassuming demeanor and steady work ethic.“I sent him a text that he’s playing the next day,” Roberts said. “I get an ‘OK.’ He does his work.”Utley awardedDodgers second baseman Chase Utley has been selected as this year’s winner of the annual Roy Campanella Award. Utley, 37, began the day batting .253 with 12 home runs, 50 RBIs and 74 runs scored in 130 games this season. The award is given annually to the Dodgers player “who best exemplifies the spirit and leadership” of the late Hall of Fame catcher Roy Campanella. Voted on by the Dodgers’ uniformed personnel, players, and coaches, the Campanella award has been given out every year since 2006. Utley will be presented with the award prior to Saturday’s game.AlsoRich Hill is tentatively scheduled to start the series finale opposite left-hander Tyler Anderson. The Dodgers might opt to give Hill additional rest if the National League West title has been decided by Sunday. … Drew Saylor (Single-A Rancho Cucamonga), Fumi Ishibashi (Single-A Great Lakes) and Shawn Wooten (Triple-A Oklahoma City) were among the minor leagues coaches and managers in uniform Thursday. Bill Haselman (Oklahoma City) and Ryan Garko (Double-A Tulsa) are also with the team this week. … Dodgers co-owner Magic Johnson continued his annual tradition of giving his autographed jerseys to players. This week, Johnson gave Lakers jerseys to players in their first year with the Dodgers, and his NBA All-Star Game jerseys to players who were here last year. … The Dodgers have 37 players on their active roster following the reinstatement of Brett Anderson from the 15-day disabled list. The number will grow to 38 when Scott Kazmir is activated from the DL prior to Friday’s game. LOS ANGELES >> Yasiel Puig hasn’t played winter baseball since he was 21, a few months after he successfully defected from Cuba.Puig played 20 games for Mayaguez in the Puerto Rican Winter League in 2012. It was a logical step after his first season in the Dodgers organization, which consisted of 23 games in the low minor leagues.Now, after shuffling between the majors and Triple-A this year, Puig would like to continue playing past October. This time, the outfielder has his sights set on playing in the Dominican Republic.The purpose, Puig said through his interpreter: “I want to get ready for next year.”center_img The decision to play winter baseball is a collaboration between the player and his major league team. Since the Dodgers’ front office hasn’t begun discussing winter league assignments with players, Puig doesn’t know which Dominican team he would play for if he’s allowed to go.Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said he’ll evaluate each player on a case-by-case basis.“We’ll keep an open mind,” he said.Toles bats secondRookie outfielder Andrew Toles had never batted higher than seventh in his first 19 major league starts. On a day off Thursday for third baseman Justin Turner, Toles found himself batting second against the Colorado Rockies.last_img read more

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CONCACAF sues Warner for US$50m

first_imgMIAMI (CMC):Trinidad and Tobago’s Jack Warner, the former vice-president of football world governing body (FIFA), is being sued for more than US$50 by the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association (CONCACAF).The new suit centres around a lavish soccer facility built in Trinidad with millions of dollars in funding from FIFA.The suit accuses Warner, who served as CONCACAF president for 20 years before resigning in 2011, of fraudulently securing FIFA and CONCACAF funding to develop the property.The site now includes a hotel and banqueting facilities and is said to be built on lands belonging to Warner.FIGHTING EXTRADITIONHis wife, his accountant and two companies linked to the 73-year-old are also named as defendants.Warner, who has in the past denied wrongdoing, is also facing corruption charges in the United States and remains in Trinidad, where he is fighting extradition.Warner, who was banned from soccer by FIFA in September, is one of four presidents who have been forced from office amid claims of wrongdoing, with three charged by the US Department of Justice.CONCACAF last week elected Canada’s Victor Montagliani as its latest leader and is on the verge of naming a new general secretary as soon as next week.last_img read more

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