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  • Durham wants no letup from No. 1 Bolts heading into playoffs

    first_imgView comments It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson “It feels good, but they don’t give you trophies for being number one in the regular season,” he said after the Bolts’ 104-101 victory over San Miguel Beer on Sunday.Durham said Meralco’s performance against the Grand Slam-seeking Beermen was a good gauge to see how far last year’s runner-up can go in the playoffs, especially after trailing by 18 points midway through the third quarter before eking out the victory.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“We knew that if we wanted any chance to win, we’re gonna have to play all 48 minutes. That’s what we did tonight. We started slow but we just stayed with it and kept grinding, that’s just the type of team that we are,” he said.Durham fired 35 points, 13 rebounds, eight assists, and two blocks in the victory and the 29-year-old big man feels it would take more from him and the rest of his teammates if they want to win the franchise’s first-ever PBA title. Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up LATEST STORIES In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player awardcenter_img Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ PBA IMAGESTopping the eliminations is not a cause for celebration for Allen Durham.Meralco claimed the top seed in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup with a 9-2 card but the reigning Best Import said that his team shouldn’t rest on its laurels going forward.ADVERTISEMENT How to help the Taal evacuees Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene “We got to keep doing work and we have a number one goal in mind and that’s to be champs. We got to get back to work tomorrow,” he said. “If you wanna be a champion at anything, it’s not gonna be easy. It’s going to be games like this in the playoffs and we just got to play defense and keep going.”Meralco faces Blackwater on Wednesday in the quarterfinals.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Pingris wants showdown with Ginebra in playoffs Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours DAY6 is for everybodylast_img read more

  • Ituni resident charged with unlawful wounding, granted bail

    first_imgA resident of Ituni was granted ,000 bail by Magistrate Clive Nurse on Tuesday, when he appeared at the Linden Magistrate’s Court on a charge of unlawful wounding.The accused, Curtis Reid of Ituni Village, Upper Demerara River, pleaded not guilty to unlawfully and maliciously wounding Teon Daniels at Ituni on Tuesday, July 12.He will make his next court appearance on September 14.last_img

  • Region 2 fishermen claim coast guards demanding “best” catch

    first_imgFishermen in Region Two are complaining about the demands of Guyana Defence Force Coast Gaurds who are demanding they hand over their “best” catch when they are stopped at sea.The issue was raised on Tuesday when the Region Two fisherfolks met with the Regional Chairman Davanand Ramdatt, Chief Fisheries Officer, Denzil Roberts, G Division Commander, representatives from the Coast Guard, Maritime Administration Department (MARAD), RDC councillors and other officials toA section of the gathering at the meeting in Region 2discuss the many issues facing the fishing industry. The meeting was held in Regional office boardroom.According to the Fishermen although MARAD have an office in Charity they are still forced to travel to Georgetown for licensing of boat captains and inspections of boats.During the meeting the fishermen complained bitterly of alleged corruption in the system.Some of the fisherfolks stated that although they paid for their licenses, it takes a long time to process. They said that this has caused a lot of issue with them and the coast guards, who demand their best catch if they explain that the license are still being processed.As a result of the allegations, a committee of six persons was formed to represent the Essequibo Coast Fishing Industry at a Government level and will meet regularly with the Region to iron out the problems facing them.last_img read more

  • Ministry of Education announces up to $900,000 in transportation funding for the Peace

    first_imgDAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Education Minister Mike Bernier says that province is investing $14.7 million for the new Student Transportation Fund, including a potential $900,000 for the Peace Region.Bernier made the announcement alongside school district officials today at the Dawson Creek school board office. “This funding will help districts provide better bus and transportation services at lower costs to parents,” said Bernier.Under the funding announcement’s criteria, the Peace River North School District will be eligible to receive up to $425,785, while Peace River South district could get up to $441,458. Bernier also says the funding is on-going, not a one time deal.- Advertisement -In order to be eligible for the funding, districts that currently charge parents to subsidize school bus fees must eliminate those fees, and use the funding for transportation services.“I am extremely pleased that Minister Bernier and the ministry have found a way to fund busing for the constituents in my riding,” said Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm. “This is an issue that I have been working very hard on and I am extremely pleased we have got it over the goal line.”School District 60 board chair Ida Campbell welcomed the announcement, saying: “We’ve been working on this issue for a long time and this is great news for parents. Transportation is vitally important in a rural area like ours and we are excited to be able to eliminate fees for bussing thanks to this money from the provincial government.”Advertisement For those parents in SD 60, they will not have to pay for their kids to ride the bus anymore. In an interview with, Bernier said that those who paid will get a refund, and those who haven’t paid yet will not have to pay.In order to be eligible, districts must submit a plan to the Ministry of Education by September 30th that outlines how the funding will be allocated. The amount of funding each school district could get is based on a formula tied to the Ministry of Education’s student location factor. Districts will also be required to report back on the outcomes and the benefits they achieved as a result of the funding.last_img read more

  • Brad Pitt compares celebrity to the outlaw life

    first_imgBrad Pitt, who plays Jesse James in his latest film, says being a celebrity in America today is not that much different from being one in the days of the legendary outlaw – then and now, all that hype. Pitt, who was at the Venice Film Festival to promote “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” has served as endless grist for the tabloid mill since he hooked up with Angelina Jolie. “People have asked me today about the celebrity angle,” the 43-year-old Pitt said, “and certainly that’s one aspect of the film – that’s not the main focus of the film.” Pitts mused that James was one of America’s biggest celebrities in his own time, “and the funny thing to me is that it doesn’t seem that different today as it was then, in the sense that a lot of it was manufactured, a lot of it was sensationalized; very little of it was based on truth and even after his death, like we just saw with Anna Nicole Smith, the melee that ensues from it.” Being a celebrity now is “really quite similar; there’s just more of it today,” Pitt said. Gere, Theron swipe at Bush Richard Gere and Charlize Theron added their voices to a chorus of stars taking swipes at the Bush administration at the Venice festival. “How did we elect Bush twice?” Gere asked rhetorically while promoting his new film, “The Hunting Party.” In the film, Gere plays a reporter determined to track down Radovan Karadzic, in hiding for more than a decade and charged with genocide and crimes against humanity in the Bosnian war. “What’s interesting to me is how do the bad people among us end up our leaders?” Gere, 58, said at a news conference. In “The Valley of Elah,” Theron plays a New Mexico detective drawn into the case of a U.S. soldier who disappears just days after returning from a tour of duty in Iraq. “The decision-making process for going into Iraq was very hastily done, and I think the facts weren’t there, and I just don’t think you go to war for those reasons,” Theron, 32, said. “I think the thing that upset me most was the manipulation that our government did toward our people, manipulating them to believe that if they weren’t for the war, they weren’t patriotic.” George Clooney has said he made “Syriana” and “Good Night, and Good Luck” out of anger at being considered a traitor for questioning the decision to go to war.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


    first_imgKITTY SHOVLINThe death has taken place of Kitty Shovlin, nee Boyle, Sandfield, Ardara.Remains are reposing at her home. Removal tomorrow, Sunday at 12.30pm going to St Conal’s Church, Kilclooney for 1pm Funeral Mass. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations if desired to Care of the Aged, Dolmen Centre, Kilclooney, c/o any family member.FLORENCE BARNETT The death has occurred at Letterkenny General Hospital of Florence ‘Florie’ Barnett, The Common, Raphoe. Removal of remains today, Saturday, at 4pm going to her late residence. Funeral from there on Monday at 2pm going to St Eunan’s Cathedral, Raphoe for service and burial afterwards in the adjoining graveyard.CHRISSIE SANDILANSThe death has taken place of Chrissie Sandilans, Low Cairn, Ramelton. Remains are reposing at the residence of her daughter Margaret and Billy Blaney, Lower Cairn, Ramelton. Funeral from her home on Tuesday at 130pm going to Ramelton Presbyterian Church for service at 2pm. Burial afterwards in Bank Burial Ground.BENNY MCFADDEN The death has occurred of Benny McFadden, Lurgybrack, Glenvar. Funeral leaving the Letterkenny General Hospital Mortuary today, Saturday at 3pm going to his late residence. Funeral arrangements to be confirmed later.STEPHEN PATTERSONThe death has taken place at St Eunan’s Nursing Home, Ramelton Road, Letterkenny of Stephen S Patterson, The Haw, Lifford. Remains reposing at his residence. Funeral from his residence tomorrow, Sunday, at 2.30pm for service in Strabane Presbyterian Church, Derry Road, Strabane at 3pm. Burial afterwards in the family plot at Donaghmore Presbyterian Church. Family time from 11pm to 11am. Family flowers only, donations if desired to Woodville Ward, St Joseph’s Hospital, c/o Gibsons Funeral Directors, Convoy or any family member.  DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2012 was last modified: May 13th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2012DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR SATURDAYMAY 12last_img read more

  • Fermo Cambianica’s Los Alamitos selections for tonight

    first_img 3. Feel The Charm had an early two length lead and wound up fading to third. Pure Country rallied from sixth to be runnerup as the 7-5 favorite. Alpine Creek raced in second position throughout while forcing the pace. Long shot: Royally Yours. 4. This Devil Can Fly won by a nose despite drifting in and moves up in class. Sorry I Asked was a close fourth all the way after winning the race before. Sign Of Dawn races tougher opposition after winning by almost a length. EQH Secret Dash. 1. Marshal Lucky ran eighth against $25,000 claimers at Del Mar and drops down to $2,500. King Of The Alps drops in class after running in third place. Northern Anziyan finished sixth against tougher opponents at Fairplex Park. Long shot: Officer Neufner. 2. JL Gambler hopped up and bumped at the start while running sixth and should do better with the a drop in class. Highdashn was fourth against similar rivals as the favorite. Baby Biscuit has been second in four of seven outings and has to be considered. Long shot: Splash Of Nitro. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week 5. Water Czar held the advantage all the way into the stretch and then weakened and wound up third. Siward has three victories and two close second place finishes during last five encounters. Soldierofpleasure gained the lead in the stretch and was an easy winner. Long shot: Prince To Be. 6. DJD Lanes Last reared up and lost his rider the second race back and then won by a nose last time. Kingly Kid drifted in early and never threatened while running fifth. Willie Wicked Woman stumbled at the start and trailed the field throughout. Long shot: Fishers Bunny. 7. Beggin For Affection ran an improved race to finish second best. Taken The Lead raced close to the lead and was fourth in a blanket finish. Boiling has a better chance with this field and can improve on sixth place finish in last appearance. Long shot: Racing Cartel. 8. Dutch Schultz was overmatched in grade 1 All-American Derby at Ruidoso Downs. Jumpn was third in a good effort in back of Ocean Runaway. Lindas Dasher is better than sixth place finish in last outing indicates and could be a threat. Long shot: Kashmere Dash. 9. One More Habit was seventh in the All-American Derby at Ruidoso after taking a division of the qualifying trials the race before. A Sisstar ran second in the Sgt. Pepper Feature Handicap. Senior Solo was fourth during last two outings and may be a contender. Long shot: She Dashing. center_img 10. Ocean Runaway should be visiting the winner’s circle with his third straight triumph. Apollical Time was fourth as the 13-10 favorite to end a seven race winning streak. Gulfstream Five hasn’t won since November, but ran second to Ocean Runaway last trip. Long shot: Iba Perry. 11. Chicks Dig It Fast was runnerup during the last two attempts and may be the one to beat. Countin Coronas did better while running third and his chances seem good with this field. Jacks Spanish Queen didn’t keep up at the end and faded to fourth. Long shot: Chicksdashnbaby. Best bet: One More Habit (9). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

  • Gaymon Ready To Race Into The Drake Relays Hall of Fame

    first_imgHe also has the honor of being a Relays Hall of Fame inductee as well as the owner of a Relays record that still stands in the Relays’ record book. He was a four-time collegiate winner on the Blue Oval in the 400-meter hurdles from 2006-2009 while competing for the University of Georgia. In 2008, Gaymon set the Relays univeristy/college division record of 49.26. Gaymon ran on three relay teams that placed in 2006 and 2007 at the Drake Relays. In 2007, he also ran in the 110-meter hurdles at Relays, finishing third. Outside of Relays, he finished fourth in the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials and fifth in the 2012 trials. Gaymon still holds the school record at Georgia of 48.46 that was set during the 2008 Olympic Trials. He also placed fifth in the 2013 USA Championships and was a three-time SEC champion during both the indoor and outdoor seasons.Gaymon joins Kathy Devine in this year’s Relays Athletes Hall of Fame class. Print Friendly Version The Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee is set to induct a pair of standout athletes into the prestigious Drake Relays Athletes Hall of Fame next week during the 107th running of the Drake Relays.The second athlete to join some of the greatest names in track and field history and earn one of the highest honors the Relays bestows is Justin Gaymon. Gaymon will also be unique among Relays Hall of Famers in that he is scheduled to compete in the Rio Olympic Games Preview men’s 400-meter hurdles. last_img read more

  • Athletics put up season-high 19 runs in win over Royals

    first_imgKANSAS CITY — The A’s took out frustrations from a two-loss series against their cross-Bay rivals and channeled it into a season-high 19-run, 22-hit, four- home run bonanza in a 19-4 win over the Kansas City Royals on Monday.“Doesn’t matter how we win,” Marcus Semien said. “We just want to win.”Though the near-four-hour win seemed about over by the fourth inning, the big picture still stands relevant: The A’s are now tied with Tampa Bay for the second American League Wild Card, a half game …last_img read more

  • Fossil Whale Already Had Echolocation

    first_img(Visited 28 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Once again, a complex trait appears fully formed and functional in the fossil record.Science Now, PhysOrg and Live Science are all telling the same story: echolocation is apparent in a fossil whale thought to be 28 million years old.  The skull of the toothed whale (drawn by an artist to resemble a dolphin or young beluga), Cotylocara has sinus cavities consistent with the location of sonar equipment in modern whales.To make this evolutionary, Live Science explains that it “pushes back the origins of the ability, called echolocation, to at least 32 million years ago“.  The spokesman adds, “It suggest echolocation evolved very, very early in the history of the group that involved toothed whales.” The words transition, link, and primitive are all absent from all three articles, indicating no precursors to this sonar-ous whale are known.It’s not enough to have a sonar organ.  Science Now asks an obvious question: “But even if Cotylocara made those sounds, could it have heard them?”  Unfortunately, the ear bones of the skull are not preserved well enough to tell.  The question points out, though, that sonar must originate as a system, with both transponder and receiver functioning, to be useful—to say nothing of the brain processing to be able to use the information.See also the 11/04/13 entry about how sonar in bats and whales is “surprisingly similar” even though the two mammals must have gained echolocation independently.  See the 6/03/10 story about how all the whales’ distinctive features would have had to evolve “in the blink of an eye.”  Back in 9/05/07, biologists were clueless about how sonar “developed” in whales, calling it a “deep question of evolution.”So what do they know?  A fossil whale probably had working sonar.  That’s it.  Do they know it was 28 million years old?  No.  Do they know sonar evolved 32 million years ago?  No.  Do they have a sequence from primitive to complex?  No.  Do they know how both the infrasound-producing organ and the ears evolved together as a system?  No.  Do they know how random mutations could produce any integrated system?  No.  Do they know anything about the evolution of whale sonar?  No.  Are they speaking off the top of their heads?  Yes.  Why?  Because everybody knows, “Evolution is a FACT!”last_img read more