Keep out-of-town ‘junk’ out of paper

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion If it wasn’t for the local news and the obituaries, I would immediately cancel my subscription to The Daily Gazette. Your reliance on The New York Times, Washington Post and Bloomberg is ridiculous. While reading the May 11 newspaper, I noticed an article on page A6, “Man pleads guilty to promoting prostitution of 3 teens.”    The article was from The New York Times about a Brooklyn man. You have got to be out of your mind. We don’t need or want this junk in our local newspaper.Geraldine M. HavasyClifton Park More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesGame 7: Shenendehowa grad and Braves rookie Ian Anderson gets start with World Series spot on the li…EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsControversial solar project goes before Clifton Park Planning BoardEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censuslast_img read more

THI makes a killing at Coliseum Park

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GC Rieber Shipping makes three appointments to management team

first_imgGC Rieber Shipping’s new CEO Einar Ytredal. Source: GC Rieber. Photographer: Øystein KlakeggNorwegian shipping company GC Rieber Shipping has made three appointments to its management team, including the CEO, CFO, and CCO. GC Rieber said on Monday it had appointed acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Einar Ytredal to CEO on a permanent basis. Øystein Kvåle was at the same time named new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Christoffer Knudsen was promoted to Chief Commercial Officer (CCO).Einar Ytredal was appointed acting CEO in mid-September 2018, following the resignation of Christian Wilhelm Berg. Ytredal has been with the company since 2007, first as Vice President Finance and then as CFO since September 2011. Before joining GC Rieber Shipping, Ytredal worked at Deloitte.Øystein Kvåle has been with GC Rieber AS since 2014 and served as acting CFO of GC Rieber Shipping in 2016 and 2017. Kvåle worked for The Boston Consulting Group before joining GC Rieber.Christoffer Knudsen comes from the position as Director of Chartering and Projects at GC Rieber Shipping and has been with the company since 2013. Prior to that he has experience from various positions within the Wilh. Wilhelmsen Group.“We are very pleased to strengthen our management team with highly competent and experienced people who have extensive knowledge of GC Rieber Shipping’s business”, said Paul Chr. Rieber, Chairman of GC Rieber Shipping.“They will play an important part in developing our company in line with our long-term strategic ambitions.”last_img read more

Herbert Michael McQueen May 03, 1961 – October 28, 2017

first_imgHerbert Michael McQueen age 56 passed away at his home in Sunman, Indiana Saturday, October 28, 2017. Born May 3, 1961 in Batesville, Indiana the son of the late Herbert McQueen and Susie (York) McQueen.Herbert graduated from East Central High School in 1979 and work as a Iron Worker for many years. Married Debbie Holland November 25, 1983 at St John United Church of Christ in Harrison, Ohio.Herbert is survived by his wife Debbie McQueen of Batesville, Indiana. Father of Steven (Robyn) McQueen of St. Leon, Indiana, Nathan (Sara) McQueen of Colerain, Ohio and Amanda McQueen of Batesville, Indiana. Grandfather of Mason McQueen.Preceded in death by his parents Herbert and Susie McQueen and Brother Scott McQueen.Visitation will be held Wednesday, November 1, 2017 from 5 – 8 PM. Funeral services will be Thursday, November 2, 2017 11:00 AM all at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 E Broadway Street Harrison, Ohio 45030 with Rev. David Chakranarayan officiating. Burial will be in Gibson Cemetery Bright, Indiana.Memorials may be directed to the Wounded Warrior Project PO Box 758517 Topeka, Kansas 66675-8517 or at woundedwarriorproject.orglast_img read more

Liverpool suffer new injury blow as Danny Ings is sidelined for six months

first_imgLiverpool have suffered another injury blow after striker Danny Ings was sidelined for six months with a cruciate knee ligament injury, Press Association Sport understands. England Under-21 coach Gareth Southgate expressed his disappointment at the news of Gomez’s injury. Southgate said: “First and foremost, our thoughts and best wishes are with him. “All of us were shocked to learn the severity of Joe’s injury, not least given the symptoms displayed during the pitch assessment and on further examinations after the game. “We took the immediate decision to substitute him following the incident so as not to take any risk. “I have spoken with Joe and, on behalf of all the England Under-21 players and staff, wished him a full and speedy recovery and we look forward to his return.” Earlier, Klopp urged his players to be brave, rediscover the fun in football and forget about making mistakes. The German was both positive and pragmatic in his first pre-match press conference having been appointed as Brendan Rodgers’ successor a week ago. Klopp has been preaching that to his squad as they returned in dribs and drabs from international duty during the week, and while he has not had a great deal of time to effect many changes he expects to see the players at least approach Saturday’s early kick-off at Tottenham with a new mindset. “Some things you can change instantly: mentality, readiness. That is all you can change. It is not fixed that you cannot do more,” he said. “To get really tuned as a team takes time but I am really not interested in the problems we could have on Saturday. “I want to see more bravery, more fun in their eyes. I want to see that they like what they do – I saw that in the week and that is good. “We want to get back trust from outside, get back confidence in our own skills, our own quality. “It is the bravery we need in football, the bravery to make faults. It doesn’t work without faults. Never in history. “As a human being we always think about faults, we don’t think about the good things. That is what we have to learn again. “It is not important how many faults are made in the game, it is very important that no-one can remember the faults after the game. “That is where we can always get better – to accept that something is not the best decision in your life. “Football works because you are prepared for your team-mate making a fault and you can help him. “You don’t have to always try the most risky ball in our lives – you have to learn to run and fight and do everything until the moment, and when the moment is there, take it.” The 23-year-old, who made his England debut in Monday’s 3-0 win in Lithuania in the final Euro 2016 qualifier, sustained the injury in training at Melwood on Wednesday. It is the second major injury setback for new manager Jurgen Klopp after 18-year-old defender Joe Gomez was ruled out for the season after damaging an anterior cruciate ligament in England Under-21s’ 3-0 win against Kazakhstan in Coventry on Tuesday night. Press Association Ings’ hopes of being involved in Roy Hodgson’s squad for next summer’s tournament in France are now in serious jeopardy. He will definitely miss the friendlies with Spain and France next month and is unlikely to be available for the clash with Germany next March. Meanwhile, Klopp has reassured Gomez he is happy to wait for him to return to fitness. He said: “The information about young Joe Gomez is not the best. He came back here and I met him for the first time. “What a wonderful young boy: tall, muscles in the right positions, but he has an injured knee – an ACL. “We have to make a further diagnosis and we will see when he gets operated on but from this point on he can count the days until he comes back. “It was not the best day in his life but he is a young guy and I am pretty good at waiting for players, young players especially. “This is his home and we will do everything to help him come back as soon as possible.” last_img read more

C-NS softball stopped just short of state Class AA title

first_imgJust one more run, were it secured at many different key moments early on a tense Saturday evening at the Town of Moreau Recreation Mark near Glens Falls, and the Cicero-North Syracuse softball team would add a sixth state championship to the five it already owned.But that run never arrived.Instead, in 11 innings, Corning, from Section IV, defeated the Northstars 4-3 in the state Class AA title game, an agonizing conclusion to a season where C-NS had pointed itself toward a state title and very nearly got there. So the Northstars not only knew who was waiting for them, it also had to avenge a 5-2 defeat to Victor back on May 24, no easy task given that the Blue Devils were the defending state AA champions.Perhaps the long wait affected both teams because, for four innings, neither side could get on the board. But in the bottom of the fifth, C-NS got to Victor pitcher Carrie Sidare for three decisive runs, Brandi Feeney’s triple the key blow in that rally.Another run followed in the sixth, but Northstars pitcher Arianna Corasaniti didn’t need anything more. She threw a complete-game shutout, holding the Blue Devils to four hits in a 4-0 victory that helped C-NS earn a spot in the title game against Corning.After just 45 minutes to rest and 45 minutes to warm up, the state final started, and the first batter Corasaniti faced, Atalyia Rijo, belted a home run to put the Hawks in front, but it didn’t last long.Giana Wameling led off the bottom of the first with a single and raced home when Feeney tripled again. Ally Cifaratta’s single scored Feeney, and C-NS owned a 2-1 lead.They stayed that way until the top of the fourth, when again Corning struck with power, this time with Ellie Daugherty going deep off Corasaniti. Another run followed off two Northstars errors.Trailing 3-2, C-NS was quiet in the fourth and fifth innings, but in the bottom of the sixth Brooke Nicolaos tripled and raced home on Jordyn Maldonado’s sacrifice fly to tie it again, 3-3.And it would remain even for a while, due to the clutch pitching of Corasaniti on one side, and Corning’s Laura Bennett on the other side.In the seventh and eighth innings, C-NS put the winning run on base and couldn’t cash in. More frustrating was the bottom of the 10th, when Alayna Harbaugh beat out a bunt single and Feeney singled, putting two on with nobody out, but Nicolaos hit into a line-drive double play and the Hawks escaped.Corning had close calls, too, stranding two runners in the eighth and having Rijo hit a long drive that got caught in the 10th, so the two sides were still 3-3 heading into the 11th.Going first, the Hawks again put a runner in scoring position, this time Erin Austin, and eighth-grader Olivia Keegan delivered a single that brought Austin Home.Now C-NS had to answer it, and got a single with one out, only to have Bennett, with a strikeouts and infield pop-up,  to bring the Hawks its first-ever state title.What made it all hurt more for the Northstars was the fact that a senior class that was part of three consecutive Section III titles – Corasaniti, Feeney, Cifaratta, Maldonado and Bella Kingsley – would graduate. Nicolaos and Wameling return in 2020, as does Alayna Harbaugh, Jenna Imbesi and Francesca LaRobardiere.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: C-NSSoftballcenter_img To say that the state final four festivities in Moreau were eventful underscored all that took place, and it affected the Northstars long before it was able to take the diamond.Originally, the state AA semifinal against Victor (Section V) was set for 11:30 a.m. But the Class A semifinal that preceded it, Ballston Spa against Sayville, went 20 long innings, making the Northstars and Blue Devils wait for more than two hours.By the time Ballston Spa finally won that game 2-1 and the warm-ups for C-NS and Victor were done, the first AA semifinal on another diamond was already over, Corning turning back East Meadow 3-1.last_img read more

Agbakoba-Onyejanya Lights-up Sangotedo with Tiger Active Sports Centre

first_imgBverley Agbakoba-Onyejanya may be a lawyer by training and already a senior associate in Olisa Agbakoba Legal (OAL), but that has in no way reduced her penchant for sports, little wonder she decided to open a sports centre at Sangotedo, Ajah, in Lagos.Tiger Active Sports Centre, which is a sports and recreational centre which contains, an astroturf, basketball, volleyball, tennis court and is also an event/viewing centre is meant to take care of the sporting needs of Sangotedo community. “There was a need to bring up a sports community centre to Sangotedo. It is an area that has a massive influx of inhabitants, with a lot of people migrating from different parts of Lagos to Sangotedo in their droves.“We are more concerned about having banks, schools, churches and mosques in a community but we always seem to neglect the need to have a good sporting and leisure facility. It’s always the last thing that people think about when developing new areas and me being in the sporting industry for almost seven years I felt that there was a gap in this market and I was very excited to come in and fill that gap in this area,” Agbakoba-Onyejanya noted.Tiger Active Sports Centre was officially opened last Saturday by the Chairman, Eti- osa Local Government, Mr. Rafiu Olufunmi Olatunji, who was represented by his chief of staff, Mr. Kunle Ajayi.Agbakoba-Onyejanya said the local government chairman had been on board with the project from the beginning and embraced it, saying the centre had attracted the huge presence of  people .On how the locals are expected to benefit from the project, she said, “It’s a place where families can come and enjoy sport . Even if you are not into sport you can come and relax, sit inside the functions room and watch matches. The place has something for everyone.”She indeed stressed  the need to have more centres within the area.“There is the need for more leisure centres like this for people to escape from the stresses, hustle and bustle of life. We don’t have enough outlets for people to relax we hope that this community would make this their number one premier destination for all things sports and leisure,” she expressed.Agbakoba-Onyejanya has mostly been involved in football, she owns an academy called Litle Tigers Football Club, which has been on since 2012.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Watch as Novak Djokovic sheds tears in emotional tribute to Kobe Bryant [VIDEO]

first_imgThe helicopter crash scene18-time All-Star Kobe spent 20 years at the LA Lakers winning five championships.Until about a week ago, Kobe was the third-highest scorer in NBA history, a position he relinquished to Lebron James. Novak, who also described Kobe as one of the “greatest athletes of all time” spoke about his close relationship with the former Los Angeles Lakers star.“I had the fortune to have a personal relationship with him over the last 10 years. When I needed some advice and some support he was there for me. He was my mentor, my friend. It’s heartbreaking to see and hear what has happened to him and his daughter.”The 41-year-old former Los Angeles Lakers star was reportedly in his private chopper when the aircraft dropped from the sky.His 13-year-old daughter, Gianna was also in the helicopter.According to The Los Angeles Times. the crash occurred around 10:00am local time “amid foggy conditions in the hills overlooking Calabasas, with the chopper sparking a bush fire on impact that hampered initial rescue efforts.”Bryant was reportedly one of nine people in the helicopter at the time, according to TMZ.No survivors were discovered. Novak Djokovic struggled to hold back his tears as he spoke about his relationship with NBA legend, Kobe Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday.Speaking following his victory over Milos Raonic at the Australian Open, Djokovic, dressed in a sweatshirt with ‘KB’ inscribed on the front, along with Bryants two retired numbers, 8 and 24,  said Kobe had “inspired” him  as well as “many other people around the world.”center_img His final tweet was a congratulatory one to James, urging him to keep moving the game forwardKobe, known fondly as the Black Mamba, retired in 2016.He is survived by his wife, Vanessa, and three children, the last of whom was born in June.In 2018, Kobe won an Oscar for his short film, “Dear Basketball,”; it won the prize for best animated short.Novak Djokovic has gone on to reach the Australian Open final after beating Roger Federer in Thursday’s semi.last_img read more

Agnes L. Finch, Clearwater: April 16, 1925 – June 20, 2013

first_imgAgnes FinchAgnes L. Finch, of Clearwater, died Thursday, June 20, 2013 at Clearwater Nursing and Rehab in Clearwater at the age of 88.Agnes was born the daughter of Willie Buford Young and Dora Ann (Ruddell) Young on Thursday, April 16, 1925 in Wetumka, Okla..On January 13, 1973, Agnes and Raymond Finch were united in marriage. Together they celebrated 33 years of marriage before his death in 2006. Agnes and Raymond met while working together at Boeing Aircraft where she was employed as a machinist.Survivors include her son, Lenard Holford, Jr. of Haysville, grandchildren: Kyle Holford of Haysville, Jill Adcok of Wichita, Stacy Solban of Boston, Massachusetts and a sister, Helen Cowherd of Tulsa, Okla..Visitation will be held at the Day Funeral Home from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday, June 24, 2013.Graveside funeral services for Agnes will be at 3:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 25, 2013 in El Paso Cemetery, Derby.Memorials have been established in her loving memory with Harden Hospice, 2622 West Central Avenue, Suite 501, Wichita 67203. Contributions can be mailed or left with the funeral home.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, 1030 Mission Road, Wellington.last_img read more

ESPN’s Doris Burke jokes about ex-husband during Pelicans-Grizzlies broadcast

first_img“I do like being right. Ask my ex-husband,” Burke said with a laugh.Doris Burke’s commentary is too good 😂 @heydb— ESPN (@espn) August 4, 2020Play-by-play announcer Mark Jones responded by saying that’s why he ended up an ex.MORE: How to become a virtual fan, land on video board during 2020 NBA restart Doris Burke always keeps it real. During Monday’s game between the Memphis Grizzlies and the New Orleans Pelicans, the ESPN broadcaster correctly predicted a call.She then made a hilarious quip at her ex-husband, Rhode Island golf coach Gregg Burke, to remind viewers and colleagues why they shouldn’t second-guess her analysis. Twitter loved the moment.Doris Burke drops an “I’m always right, just ask my ex husband” line on National TV, we don’t deserve her— Kyle Miller (@Kylemiller475) August 3, 2020Doris Burke’s ex-husband rn:— Dame Fan Club (@LillardFanClub) August 4, 2020Doris Burke: “I like to be right. Just ask my ex husband”Mark Jones: “That’s why it’s ex, right?”Me:— Keff Ciardello (@Keff_C) August 3, 2020LMAO doris burke just called an offensive foul that was under review correctly and said “I do like being right. Ask my ex husband” 😭😭— the duchess of hoops (@duchessofhoops) August 3, 2020  Doris Burke husband when he hear that broadcast— Dom2K🏀 (@Dom_2k) August 3, 2020Doris Burke to her ex-husband moments ago:— Chris Williamson (@CWilliamson44) August 4, 2020Her Ex-Husband watching the game like— O3MaR (@KILLIO_JALEN) August 4, 2020Doris’ ex-husband currently:— The Draft Class (@the_draftclass) August 4, 2020Doris Burke: “I do like being right….. just ask my ex husband.” Legend sh*t only— Molly Morrison (@mollyhannahm) August 3, 2020last_img read more