The Trackers opened the season last weekend with two games in Slave Lake against the Thunder and came away with wins by scores of 5-3, and 7-4.After Sunday’s game the team will once again be in Grande Prairie for a rematch in two weeks. The rematch will be followed by the Trackers first home games on the season on October 25 and 26 in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek respectively.- Advertisement –
He will serve a total of 90 days in prison, with 16 days credit for time already served.He was also given a one year driving prohibition, and 1 year of probation.Once again, we note Gladue has not been charged with any crimes in connection with the Encana Pipeline bombings. The sister of Ian Gladue, the man arrested by the team investigating the EnCana Pipeline bombings speaks out.Natashia Gauthier says her brother couldn’t be involved in the EnCana Bombings as he couldn’t hurt any one in his community.[asset|aid=510|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=moosefm_news-20081028T2143.mp3]- Advertisement -Ian was in court today facing several charges, all having nothing to do with the EnCana bombings. He was sentenced to 30 days for assault on a common law wife, 21 days for failure to attend a trial, 21 days for failure to report to bail officer, 18 days for obstructing a peace officer in Chetwynd, and 7 days for driving with a disqualified license.Advertisement
One man was killed while several were injured following a drive-by shooting on Sunday evening at Williamstaad Road, Festival City, North Ruimveldt.Dead: Shaquile DuncanDead is Leon Duncan, 29, of Festival City, while his brother, Shaquile Duncan, Orande Gordon and Lance Simon were shot and injured.Based on information received, the now dead man, along with the three other men, was at the corner of the street playing a game of cards when an unmarked car pulled up alongside them and the occupants opened fire.Guyana Times understands that the men then exited the car, stood over “Whistle” and opened fire. He was reportedly shot several times. He, along with others, was picked up and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.His brother, who was reportedly shot to his leg along with Simon and Gordon, were admitted to the medical facility. The Police are on the hunt for the car as they launched an investigation.Back in 2017, “Whistle” was charged for the attempted murder of Ceon Nedd and Geoffrey Farrell. He reportedly discharged a loaded firearm at the men with intent to commit murder.In 2018, he was slapped with several armed robbery charges. He was accused of robbing Shezeena Hoosein and Nikel Pikerson. He was also charged for assaulting two Peace Officers who were executing their duties.Among other charges faced, he was remanded to prison for the shooting incident that took place in the Privilege Nightclub, injuring two persons back in 2017.
Next up in the chronological display are the opulent bronze food and wine vessels that were used only by the very powerful in religious ceremonies and feasts beginning in the Shang Dynasty, around 1700 B.C. These bronze objects were also placed in tombs, as were a large, laughing earthenware dog from the Han period and a mustard-colored earthenware camel from the short-lived Sui Dynasty. The camel, saddled up and loaded with goods, illustrates the growing importance of trade along the Silk Road by 500 A.D. The gallery finishes off with a flourish: a Ming Dynasty scroll painting of courtly ladies playing what appears to be a prototype of modern-day golf and a series of bamboo-root carvings dotted with engravings of bats. A brittle oracle bone from the 11th century B.C. sits at the center of the exhibit, its primitive characters still visible on a yellowing flank. Rulers in the Shang Dynasty used the bones to divine the will of the gods and the ancestors by burning the back of the bone and then interpreting the way the engravings on the front corresponded to heat-formed cracks. “People were very superstitious and they would like to have all the fortunetellers (around) before doing anything,” said Zhou Yan Qun, head of the Shanghai Museum’s Cultural Exchange Office. Anne Shih, a museum board member who helped secure the exhibit, hopes it will attract international attention and cement Bowers’ reputation. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “This is a very comprehensive exhibit from one of the most famous Chinese institutions in the world,” said Peter C. Keller, president of the Bowers. “Each dynasty is known for something outstanding, and by choosing the iconic objects from each dynasty, you can tell the story of China.” Securing “Treasures of Shanghai: 5,000 Years of Chinese Art and Culture” was a coup for the Bowers, a small but growing institution in Orange County, about 35 miles south of Los Angeles. The opening coincides with the addition of two new wings there, one of which will remain dedicated to Chinese art after the Shanghai collection leaves on Aug. 19. The show, which cost nearly $300,000 to bring to California, may travel to Houston as well, museum officials said. Keller said the museum signed an agreement with Shanghai years ago but couldn’t host a show until now because of space constraints. He also said a recent program that sends Orange County teenagers to Shanghai to study art and teach English has cemented a bond between the two institutions. The exhibit was worth the wait. The first thing guests see as they enter the hall is a 5,000-year-old earthenware pot from the earliest Neolithic cultures, followed by one of the oldest bronze bowls yet discovered in China and a tall, narrow cup with perforated legs that date to 1,800 B.C. SANTA ANA – The bronze bowl seems unremarkable until you study it from above. Then, the shallow basin suddenly seems to teem with life: etchings of tiny tadpoles, turtles and fish wriggle across the bottom and up the sides, as if trapped in a real-life pond. The bowl, which dates to 770 B.C. and was used in an ancient Chinese hand-washing ritual, is one of dozens of artifacts on loan from the famed Shanghai Museum for a six-month exhibit at the Bowers Museum. The show will trace 5,000 years of Chinese history when it opens Monday and marks the first time in two decades that the prestigious Chinese museum has opened its collection for use by a U.S. institution. Seventy-seven objects guide visitors through the evolution of China’s history, from the simple pottery of the Neolithic cultures to the intricate miniature bamboo panoramas and colorful scrolls of the Qing Dynasty, which ended less than a century ago.
1 Stiliyan Petrov is returning to Aston Villa to become part of new manager Tim Sherwood’s coaching staff.The Bulgarian is a hugely popular figure at Villa Park having been a key member of the squad for six years before being forced to retire in 2013 after contracting leukaemia.Sherwood has now brought him back him into the Midlands club to work with the first-team squad, and help them in their bid to beat relegation from the Premier League.“Stan will always a place at this football club while I’m the manager. It’s important for legends to come back to the club,” said Sherwood, whose side moved out of the bottom three with the first win of his reign against West Brom on Tuesday night.“But I don’t want him to be a mascot here. I want him to contribute and he certainly can contribute. Stiliyan can add an awful lot to the football club.“He knows the boys and he’s well respected among the group. I think it’s important to have as many people who know the fabric of the football club here. He’s well and he’s raring to go.“He has a good football mind. He’s a very technically-minded member of staff here now. I have had a lot of chats with him about the game.“He is a great asset – and I’d like to welcome him here. You want as many winners as you can.“I will continue to talk to him and find out where he thinks he can contribute – and where I think I can use him.“He has a good sense of humour too – and I think that’s important. This job can drive you mad. If you’re living it, it’s with you 24-7.“We realise it’s a serious job – but there is time to have a smile now and again. There’s one thing for certain – he needs no introduction here.” Stiliyan Petrov
1 Jose Mourinho is set to take over at Old Trafford Chelsea captain John Terry can’t wait for Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola to resume their rivalry in the Premier League this season, and has backed his former boss to be a success at Manchester United this season.The former Blues boss was appointed this week as the successor to Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford.Long-serving Chelsea skipper Terry knows the Portuguese well and expects him to make a big impact.“It’s fantastic news for Man United,” Terry told Sky Sports News. “I’m sure the Man United fans and players will be delighted with that.“I’ve said many times before, he’s the best manager I’ve worked under and a real delight. It’s a shame the way he finished at Chelsea this year but I wish him well because he’s a great manager and a great man as well, he’ll be great for Manchester United I’m sure.“I’m sure he’ll settle in well with the likes of Ryan Giggs, hopefully he’ll stay and support him along with the team.“I’ve come up against Jose for previous teams before, he’ll get a great reception when he comes back to Stamford Bridge, for sure, but first and foremost we have to really look at ourselves this year and start fighting for the title again.”Former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach Guardiola will take charge of Manchester City this season, while Chelsea have turned to ex-Juventus and Italy boss Antonio Conte.And Terry is excited to see what the incoming coaches can bring to English football.“I think it’s great for English football, not only what Leicester achieved last year with Claudio Ranieri coming in, Jose and Pep Guardiola up in Manchester, Conte coming to Chelsea as well, there’s a real fight amongst the managers,” the centre-back added.“I think it’s going to be interesting, not only for football in general but also for the Premier League.”
Manager Steve Bruce has left Hull “by mutual consent”, the Premier League club have announced.Bruce has brought his four-year reign at the club, who he led to two promotions to the top flight, to an end in the same week he was interviewed for the England manager’s post.The former Birmingham, Wigan and Sunderland manager was reportedly unhappy with a lack of assurances from the club’s owners over the recruitment of new players.Mike Phelan, Bruce’s former Manchester United team-mate and his assistant at Hull, has been placed in caretaker charge.A statement on Hull’s website read: “Following four incredible seasons with the Tigers including two promotions and our first ever FA Cup final, we can confirm that manager Steve Bruce has left the club by mutual consent.“The Board of Directors would like to thank Steve for all his efforts since his appointment in 2012 culminating in a glorious day at Wembley in May which saw the club bounce back into the Premier League. Steve has excelled in his role – both on and off the field – and will be remembered for being the most successful manager in our history to date.“Steve Bruce wishes the club and the owners all the very best for the forthcoming Premier League season. Steve also wishes to place on record his thanks to the club’s supporters for their unwavering support and also to all the players and staff who have worked with him during his time at the KCOM Stadium.“Mike Phelan will step in to the role of caretaker manager until a permanent appointment is made for the upcoming campaign.” 1 Steve Bruce
A priest has said he is disgusted by an event which is to be held tonight called ‘Shag a Ginger Night.’Fr Lorcán Ó Searcaigh, Parish Priest in Glenfinn, said the event in Pulse Nightclub in Leterkenny was an insult to red haired people.Fr. Ó Searcaigh said on RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta today that he had been contacted by concerned parents about the event, who were very angry, and felt that it was clearly a form of bullying against red heads. “I was disgusted to hear the theme of this event. The parents really feel that it’s a form of bullying, and I think it’s insulting to people with red hair.”He said that he had in fact contacted Pulse nightclub to verify that the information he had was accurate.“I spoke to the nightclub, and they told me that the theme was just a gimmick. I told them that if they had to stoop that low to get people in, they shouldn’t be in business at all.”Fr. Ó Searcaigh said that he had spoken to the Gardaí, but that there was no law being broken as there were no laws against discrimination on grounds of appearance, and that it would be a civil rather than a criminal matter. The Letterkenny Institute of Technology have said the event is nothing to do with them and they are not involved in its promotion.Fr Ó Searcaigh appealed to the nightclub to change the theme of the event.“I spoke to the nightclub a second time as well, and told them again that I was very unhappy about the event and that a lot of people were very upset about it.”The event has attracted a lot of controversy, promising free entry to people with red hair, offering to dye people’s hair red, and offering free condoms.PRIEST PLEADS WITH NIGHTCLUB TO CANCEL CONTROVERSIAL ‘GINGER’ EVENT was last modified: October 6th, 2015 by StephenShare 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:Pulse NightclubShag A Gingerstudents
DDTV: Hugh Gallagher and the Termon GAA Ladies squad were yesterday given a Civic Reception to honour their incredible achievements. The Termon Ladies squad have enjoyed remarkable success over the last number of years and have won multiple titles at County, Province and National level.Hugh Gallagher is also a truly incredible sportsman and is still competing at the highest level in his ninetieth year.Both were truly deserving of their Civic Reception and Voice of Donegal Sport Charlie Collins was on hand for Donegal TV to interview the recipients.To see the interviews simply click play on the video above and enjoy. Thanks to Shane Wallace at Donegal TV for sending us on the video.DDTV: WATCH CIVIC RECEPTIONS FOR TERMON LADIES AND HUGH GALLAGHER was last modified: June 3rd, 2015 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) Tags:Charlie Collinscivic receptiondonegal tvHugh GallaghernewsSportTermon GAA
RANKED three-way race TOP WORK Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland moving on Latest transfer news LATEST Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 2 targets Boateng spent one year playing for Manchester City targets Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Boateng won the World Cup with Germany in 2014, but he was also part of the squad that fell out the 2018 tournament at the group stage LIVING THE DREAM The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star 2 IN DEMAND Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? The former Manchester City player was linked with Man United when he was listed for sale earlier this summer, and Kicker say that the Red Devils have made an ‘initial exploration’ over a deal for Boateng.Bayern are said to be looking for a fee in the region of £53million (€60m) for Boateng, while the report also reveals interest in him from Paris Saint-Germain. Jose Mourinho, the Manchester United manager, has made buying a new centre-half his priority for the final few weeks of the transfer window.He has stopped searching for a new left-back having failed with his attempts to bring Alex Sandro, the Juventus star, to Old Trafford, and is now focusing his attentions on improving the centre of his defence. Manchester United are interested in signing Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng this summer, according to reports.Boateng, the Germany international, is expected to leave Bayern this summer with the Bundesliga champions ready to cash in on the centre-back, who turns 30 in September. REVEALED Interest in Boateng comes as Mourinho is said to have moved on from first-choice target, Toby Alderweireld of Tottenham, while an alternative for the Germany star could be Harry Maguire. talkSPORT told you yesterday how United are interested in making a £65m move for the Leicester and England defender.