…after victim accepts $300,000 compensation Forty-three-year-old Eon Archibald, a security guard, who, in June 2015, attacked and chopped a man whom he accused of having an affair with his reputed wife was on Thursday jailed for five years by Justice Sandil Kissoon after he offered the victim compensation in the sum of $300,000.Earlier this month, the accused pleaded guilty shortly after the trial admitting to stabbing Duane “Country” Wallace twice with a cutlass at the Pavement View Restaurant and Bar in Georgetown. Before Thursday’s sentencing, Archibald, a father of six, apologised to Wallace, saying he was “confused” at the time.However, the victim told the court via testimony from the witness box that he has not forgiven the defendant, since he nearly lost his life.Justice Kissoon then handed down the sentence, stating that compensation could not excuse Archibald’s actions, even asking the victim if he preferred a jail sentence be imposed rather than accepting the money. Wallace, however, responded that he could not say.The Judge started at a base of 20 years, but deducted time for the offender’s guilty plea; his favourable probation report, his attorney’s plea of mitigation, genuine remorse, the compensation paid, and the ninth months he spent on remand awaiting trial.The defendant was represented by Adrian Thompson. Thompson asked for a suspended sentence, which the court rejected since Archibald never saw Wallace and the woman in a compromising position.
What music do you like?Nolan: “Mostly dance music, pump up for the game; rap usually.”What’s your favourite food?Nolan: “Chicken, usually before the game, or rice.”What do you hope for the future?Nolan: “Right now it’s work and then college, that’s about it.” How long have you been with the Huskies?Nolan: “This would be my second season.”What position do you play?Nolan: “Right-winger.”Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – This week’s Huskies Player of the Week is #9 forward Nolan Legace.Each week, a different player from the Huskies will be interviewed.As part of a weekly feature, Nolan was met at the rink to talk about himself and his team effort.- Advertisement -Nolan Legace Facts:Age: 21Height: 5′ 11″Weight: 200 lbs.Shoots: LeftHometown: Fort St. John, B.C. How would you describe your style of play?Nolan: “I like to be physical, like down low in the corners, hold the puck down low, battle hard, and I also like playmaking.”Favourite moment with the Huskies?Nolan: “When we won the championship last year in Peace River.”Favourite hockey team?Nolan: “Pittsburgh Penguins.”Favourite player?Nolan: “Sidney Crosby.”Advertisement
MONTEBELLO – Mariachi Jalisco, a popular musical group, will be performing at the Montebello Regional Library, 1550 W. Beverly Blvd., at 6 p.m. May 29. For more information about the free performance, call (323) 722-6551. Theater group to present comedy WHITTIER – The Whittier Community Theater on June 1 will open the first of seven performances of the classic American comedy “You Can’t Take It With You” In the Center Theater at the Whittier Community Center, 7630 Washington Ave. Under the direction of organist and music director Williametta Spencer, the program will consist of hymns and anthems by Franz Joseph Haydn. For information about the service or the chancel choir, call (562) 692-3748. Hospital to offer event for senors WHITTIER – Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital will offer a free matinee showing for seniors of “The Pursuit of Happiness” at 1:30p.m. June 6 in the Flo & Frank L. Scott Conference Center, 12401 Washington Blvd. Space is limited and reservations are necessary.. For more information or to make reservations, call (562)698-0811, Ext. 2444. – From staff reports160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Performances will be at 8p.m. June 1, 2, 8, 9, 15 and 16, with one matinee at 2:30p.m. June 10. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for seniors over 62 and juniors under 18. For reservations and additional information call (562)693-1105. The Ross Hart-George S. Kaufmann play will be produced by Roxie Lee and directed by Candy Beck. It will feature Julie Breihan, Veronique Merrill-Warner, Theresa Wilson, Richard De Vicarilis, Andy Krewsowski, William (Bill) Crisp, Craig D. Smith, R.E. (Bob) Goodwin, Leah Grimsson, Tom Beck, Stephan Williams, Steven Stanley, Randi Tahara, John Francis, Michael Tyler, Sheri Scialla, Nancy Tyler and Richard Frohling. Church to present Haydn program WHITTIER – Whittier Presbyterian Church, 6030 E. El Rancho Drive, will celebrate its Haydn Festival and Choir Recognition at its 10:15 a.m. service Sunday.
Aaron McCarey 1 The Football Association has suspended Wolves goalkeeper Aaron McCarey for four months after he failed an out-of-competition drug test.McCarey was suspended by the Championship club in May after testing positive for a non-performance enhancing substance.Following the conclusion of an FA hearing this week, the sanction has been backdated to April 21 – the date of the original suspension – with the remaining time suspended for a two-year period.Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett told the club’s official website: ”Aaron has maintained all along that he has no idea how the drug entered his system.“Medical and scientific analysis, commissioned by the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) on behalf of Aaron, and including a hair follicle test requested by the player himself, also showed that the trace amount was very small and backed up Aaron’s statement.“However, all of our players are aware of the club and the FA’s policy when it comes to substance abuse, and all are responsible for anything which enters their body.“So while we have supported Aaron throughout, both he and the club understand and accept today’s sanction from the FA.”Speaking about his punishment, McCarey, who is now available to be selected for competitive fixtures, said: “I can categorically state I genuinely have no idea how the trace of the drug entered my system.“However, there is no disputing the tests which were carried out and I have accepted full responsibility and I apologise.“This has been a very difficult time for me and my family, and I intend to learn from this experience and improve myself both as a person and as a professional footballer.”
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Maria Doherty 21, from Clonmany has been dubbed the luckiest girl in Ireland after scooping €374,695,84 on just her third day of work.Maria was part of a syndicate of thirteen employees at Forward Emphasis in Malin Head who between them won a staggering €4,871,046.However, Maria only started her job on Monday, and entered the syndicate for the very first time yesterday!! A delighted Maria told Donegal Daily, “I just can’t believe it, I only started the job on Monday and didn’t expect my first pay cheque until next month.“But, I’m getting paid after just three days work, and I’m getting an amount I’d have to work for 25 years to get, she laughed.Maria also admitted that if she hadn’t the correct €2 change to enter, she probably wouldn’t have bothered, as she never regularly does the lotto or scratch card quick picks.“When they asked me did I want to enter, I said yeah sure why not, I never in my wildest dreams expected to win it, and if I didn’t have the €2 on me, I probably wouldn’t have done it, as I don’t regularly do the lotto at all. “Thank god I did it though, I just can’t believe it, I’m struggling to take it all in. It’s a life changing amount of money.Cockhill Celtic star James Bradley was also part of the syndicate and he was absolutely over the moon.He told Donegal Daily, “Let’s hope it’s a treble for Donegal now, the lotto, and a double for the Minors and Seniors on Sunday.“It’s just an unbelievable feeling, Donal O’Brien will probably be looking for me to reinvest in our squad for next season!!The thirteen lucky lotto winners were James Bradley, Liam Bradley, Linda McKinley, Anna McKinney, Patricia Quigley, Marion McCauley, Helen Doherty, Maria Doherty, Anne-Marie Jordan, Amanda McFadden, Marie McLaughlin, Kelly McMonagle and Claire McElhinney. LUCKY LOTTO WINNERS NOW BACKING DONEGAL FOR SAM! was last modified: September 19th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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)
The Donegal Half Marathon and Team Challenge Cup gets underway on Sunday-week, 19th August.The Donegal Half Marathon will welcome competitors from across Donegal and beyond to Letterkenny for the annual sporting event.The Donegal Half Marathon and Team Challenge Cup takes place on Sunday 19th August and online registration closes on Friday 17th. Pictured at the launch earlier this year are Cllr. Jimmy Kavanagh along with Donegal Half Marathon committee members Ciaran Martin, Dessie Larkin and Danny McDaid. Also pictured is Cillian Martin. Find out more at www.donegalhalfmarathon.ie. Pic: Declan Doherty. The Donegal Half Marathon is ideal for runners who are preparing for the Dublin Marathon later this year, while the Team Challenge Cup opens up the event to beginner 5k and 10k runners. Following on from the success of last year’s inaugural Children’s 1k Fun Run in conjunction with Donegal Sports Partnership, the event returns again this year. Children of all ages are invited to come along and enjoy the fun family atmosphere. Children can register on the morning of the event from 9am at the Aura Leisure Centre, Letterkenny and entry is free. The three categories are age 6–9, 10–13 and 14–16 and parents and guardians are asked to accompany younger age groups.Looking forward to this year’s race, Dessie Larkin, Chairperson of the Donegal Half Marathon said: “We’ve been working hard behind the scenes over the last few months and we’re looking forward to another great event on Sunday 19th. “This year, we’ve moved to a half marathon event but we’re expecting big entries for both the main event and the Team Challenge Cup. “ The Team Challenge Cup is ideal for anyone who is comfortable with running 5k and since it first launched, businesses, charities and groups have done the event to raise funds which is great. There’s still time to register online so if you’re on the fence, now is the time to get booking for a great event!”Meanwhile, the Donegal Half Marathon and Donegal Volunteer Centre will host a Volunteer Evening tonight (Wednesday 8th) at 7pm in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny. Organisers are encouraging as many people as possible to help out and Dessie Larkin says the information evening is a great opportunity to see what roles are available:“The Donegal Half Marathon relies on the help of volunteers every year to ensure the smooth running of the event and without them, we wouldn’t be able to run it; so huge thanks to everyone who gave their time over the last few years. “If you’re available on the weekend of the half marathon to help out at the various stations, come along to the Volunteer Evening this evening to find out more. There’s loads of jobs on both Saturday 18th or Sunday 19th August. “The Donegal Half Marathon also relies heavily on the support and sponsorship of local businesses and organisations. These businesses don’t get enough credit for all their support so huge thanks to our sponsors Watson Hire, Optum Ireland, Kelly’s Toyota, Hegarty’s Ford, Value Centre, Highland Bakery, Diver’s Hyundai and Radisson Blu Letterkenny who kindly sponsored the volunteer evening.” Online registrations close on Friday, 17th August and runners and walkers can register for the half marathon and team challenge cup on Saturday 18th August at the Aura Leisure Centre. Details of race pack collection will be available on the Donegal Half Marathon social media channels in the coming days.All systems go for 2018 Donegal Half Marathon and Team Challenge Cup was last modified: August 8th, 2018 by Chris McNultyShare 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)
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceWith six weeks left in their season, the Single-A San Jose Giants have a new manager.The Giants tabbed Hector Borg, 34, to lead a club featuring the two top prospects –Joey Bart and Heliot Ramos– in the organization’s farm system after the abrupt resignation of first-year manager Bill Hayes.Hayes was selected to lead the Single-A Giants this season after spending last season as a minor league catching coordinator. …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Hundreds filled the Archie Griffin Ballroom at The Ohio State University’s Student Union Thursday night to take part in one of the great traditions of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. The 62nd Annual CFAES Student Recognition Banquet was themed “Should Have Seen It In Color” and took time to acknowledge those faculty, staff, students, and organizations of the College that made an outstanding impression in the past school year.“Tonight at the CFAES Recognition Program, we honored students, staff, and faculty for their outstanding achievements throughout the year,” said Stacie Seger, student chair of the banquet. “It’s a wonderful opportunity for everyone to come together in terms of our family, community members, donors, and supporters to really join around and celebrate the wonderful things our students are doing here in the college.”The Buckeye Decade Dancers on the dance floorThe banquet is also seen as a last hurrah for seniors soon to graduate from OSU. Seger is one of the Class of 2015.“I’m so thankful to be a part of the CFAES family,” she said. “It was a little challenging this evening to say goodbye and sing Carmen Ohio for that final time with my fellow classmates.“This college and this university have really shaped me into the individual that I am today and I’m so excited to start that new chapter. I’m truly a Buckeye for life.”The Buckeye Dairy Club won the 2015 Ed Johnson Outstanding Student Organization AwardMaurice Eastridge is a professor and Extension dairy specialist for Ohio State and was recognized with multiple awards for his devotion to students. He is also advisor of the Buckeye Dairy Club, this year’s winner of the Ed Johnson Outstanding Student Organization Award.“Kudos from me to the Buckeye Dairy Club for winning the Ed Johnson Outstanding Student Organization Award here tonight. It’s a great group of kids and it’s a pleasure to work with them,” Eastridge said. “I was a fortunate recipient of a couple of awards. I enjoy doing the academic advising and just interacting with the students. Fortunately tonight there was a couple of awards there on that behalf, but all the recognition goes to the students.”The graduating seniors of the Class of 2015Guests were also treated to the surprise appearance of the “Buckeye Decade Dancers,” a group comprised of students and staff moving to the beat of hits from throughout the decades.Here’s a look at some of those recognized at the banquet:Banquet Dedication – Ray and Linda MillerRodney F. Plimpton Teaching Award – Monica Giusti, Dept. of Food Science and TechnologyOutstanding Service to Students – Maurice Eastridge, Dept. of Animal Sciences and David Hahn, Dept. of AEDELee Johnston Leadership Awards – Alissa Finke, Megan FuerstOutstanding Academic Mentor Award – Maurice EastridgeCFAES Internship Awards – Kelly Fager, Kayla Starlin, Natalie Jurcak, Olimpia Ferguson, Ryan Riddle, and Jessica StacyMeritorious Service to Students – Natalie Bumgarner, Dept. of Plant Sciences and Ron Harris, Food Innovation CenterNew Activity Award – Collegiate CattleWomen’s Club at Ohio State, “Buckeyes for Beef”Gama Sigma Delta Scholarship – Caitlyn MullinsTowers Faculty Award – Mary Maloney, Dept. of Horticulture and Crop ScienceRay A. Miller Council Scholarships – Joey Brown, Jordan BonhamJill A. Pfister Outstanding First Year Students – Marina Sweet, Ashley RoseEd Johnson Outstanding Student Organization – Buckeye Dairy Club