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first_imgThe renewal of Javier Eraso with Leganés (will continue to be blue and white until 2022), leaves Alexander Szymanowski, captain of the cucumbers (31 years old) as the only Lega-owned footballer to end his contract this season, is on June 30 or later depending on what the Covid-19 pandemic dictates. Its continuity south of the capital is, right now, an unknown factor, although after five seasons with Madrid residents, his options to continue in Butarque are getting smaller.The Hispanic-Argentine wants to renew. This is how he transmitted it in the locker room and also to the environment of a club that already knows that the footballer would be happy to continue wearing the cucumber shirt. With the laurel’s shield, Szymanowski is a legend. He is one of the two survivors of the squad of promotion that remains in the team. The other is Bustinza. Until last November he was the club’s top scorer in Primera with ten goals. One of them, in front of Athletic in San Mamés in 2017, he gave the first stay to Madrid residents. In the elite. The wardrobe wants and appreciates it. “Alexander is a captain, a true captain. Hopefully both he and Eraso will stay”, said Rubén Pérez, another of the captains in a recent interview. The renewal of the Navarrese has already occurred. It remains to be seen with Szyma. The problem of injuriesWith him his problem has been injuries. On December 9, 2017, in Riazor, he played his last match in good physical condition. Since then, he has accumulated a rosary of ailments that have kept him away from the playing fields except in sporadic periods. Last season he was able to play 10 minutes from the last day, but he wanted the misfortune that, two and a half months later, occurred a broken crusader in preseason that still keeps him on the dry dock.The potential lengthening of the season could give him the opportunity to play this course, something that would have been difficult if he had followed the normal rhythm. Despite this, the footballer’s physical condition raises many doubts. No one is clear in Butarque when he will return and under what conditions. Hence, for now, the option of its continuity is not contemplated with optimism.In any case, it is not ruled out either. The scenario of unknowns that is drawn around Leganés (in which category he will play, what his economic potential will be, etc.) means that nobody closes the door to the extreme left, one of the most charismatic and historical footballers of the Blue and Whites’ club.last_img read more

Pastor’s Prayer Session Denied

January 12, 2020 | tqujrlgr | No Comments

first_imgThe denial came as a result of the significantly low number of responses when City Hall employees were asked if they would attend such a service.- Advertisement -An email was sent to 119 staff and council members. An additional 29 staff members were asked in person.A total of 61 people replied to the email, with only seven confirming that they would attend Pastor Austin’s prayer session.A report done by city staff shows that lunch breaks, work load as well as work schedule were all factors that played into employee’s decision.The highly debated topic was brought forth for discussion at Monday’s City Council meeting, where Council came to the final decision to deny the prayer service request.Advertisement The rationale behind the decision was that City Hall was not the appropriate venue to hold such a ceremony. Rather, Council determined that a place of worship could initiate such a prayer service for the City as part of its regular service. Pastor John Austin’s request for a group prayer session at City Hall has been denied.last_img read more

first_imgThe prosecution supported the judge’s move on grounds there was “a plethora of evidence” that would support such a scenario, and the judge commented, “It’s a reasonable inference that can be drawn.” The jury, which got the case Sept. 10, was sent back into deliberations after also receiving instructions including suggestions such as having new discussion leaders or reverse role-playing in which jurors argue opposing jurors’ views. Spector, 67, is charged with killing Clarkson in the foyer of his Alhambra mansion on Feb. 3, 2003, a few hours after she met him at her job as a nightclub hostess and went home with him. During the trial, prosecutors called five women who claimed that Spector threatened them with guns in incidents long ago. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Linda Deutsch THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The judge in Phil Spector’s murder trial on Thursday gave the deadlocked jury new instructions with several scenarios as to how the record producer might have killed actress Lana Clarkson, including that the record producer forced her to put a gun in her own mouth and it went off. Spector’s attorneys had vehemently objected outside the jury’s presence that Superior Court Judge Larry Paul Fidler was turning the defense against itself at the last minute because they had presented scientific evidence that Clarkson had probably pulled the trigger herself, either by accident or in a suicide. last_img read more

McCartney on mission to save seals

December 28, 2019 | tqujrlgr | No Comments

first_imgPaul McCartney and his wife will travel to the ice floes off the Canadian Maritimes today to observe seal pups before the country’s annual hunt opens. The former Beatle and Heather Mills McCartney, both longtime animal-rights activists, will head out to the frigid ice floes in the Gulf of St. Lawrence today and Friday in their bid to prompt Ottawa to end the annual hunt of seals. The timing of this year’s hunt is uncertain. Generally the hunt runs from mid-March through mid-April, but the unseasonably mild winter has put the hunt date on hold. Twenty years ago, the centuries-old industry appeared doomed. Celebrities such as Brigitte Bardot and Martin Sheen pushed to ban the hunt amid a worldwide campaign that featured graphic photos of doe-eyed whitecoats, or baby harp seals, being bludgeoned on the ice floes. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant The United States moved to ban the import of seal products in 1972, and the European Union instituted a partial ban in 1983. Prices plummeted to as low as $5 per seal pelt, and in 1987, Canada banned the killing of whitecoats. But by the mid-1990s, new markets opened up in China and Russia, the price for pelts started to rise, and the sealing industry’s efforts to encourage humane harvesting practices limited the impact of renewed protests. 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

Educator emphasizes power of parent involvement

December 28, 2019 | tqujrlgr | No Comments

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event“An educated parent is always going to have an educated student,” he said. “You take him to school, you bug the teachers, you get involved.” As the coordinator of the Parent Academy for the Los Angeles County Office of Education, Rojas has been training people for 19 years on how to become better parents and how to help their children in school. Rojas designs workshops such as Family Reading, How to be a Better Dad, College for Success and Parents and Computers. Last year, the academy trained 7,200 parents in school districts all over Los Angeles County. “Many times, parents are not sure if they have the skills not only to help their kids in schoolwork but also become better parents,” Rojas, 54, said. But parent involvement is so powerful that spending just one minute at school can improve a student’s grades, he said. “Assisting, guiding, giving input makes a difference in how successful kids are,” said Jan Isenberg, assistant director for Parent and Community Services in LACOE. Rojas’ mission is to give parents the tools to help their children, she said. “He’s very connected to the community,” Isenberg said. “I really feel that he has the heart of the community in everything he does and says.” Rojas recently received the Education Award from the Hispanic Outreach Taskforce, an organization that seeks to improve the quality of life for Latinos. Mary Romero, executive director and taskforce founder, said Rojas will design six or seven workshops on applying to college, financial aid and family literacy. Rojas said parents should start by setting high expectations, planning for their child to attend college and succeed. “When you raise expectations, believe me, kids respond,” Rojas said. Although children might complain about their parents or doing their homework, there is a reward in the future, Rojas said. “The payoff is the barbecue.” esther.chou@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2513160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! At the beginning of the parenting classes he teaches, instructor Ignacio Rojas tells a story about two roads in life. In the first scenario, you’ve retired and your children have invited you to a barbecue at their house. As you get out of the car, you think, “Hey, that’s a nice house.” When the grandchildren run up to meet you, you say to yourself: “Hey, they did all right. I’m glad. I can die happy.” On the other road, you’re also getting out of a car. Except in this story, you’re going to a jail to visit your child who is locked up and dressed in orange. There is no barbecue, no grandchildren and no large house. The only way to communicate is through a glass window by telephone. To follow the first road and avoid the second, the most important thing parents can do is be involved in their child’s education, according to Rojas, a Diamond Bar resident. last_img read more

first_imgArsenal are preparing to face Sporting Lisbon on Thursday night and are aiming to make it a stunning 11 wins on the bounce in all competitions.After dispatching Leicester City with consummate ease on Monday night, Unai Emery’s men are preparing to face a Sporting side who have also won their opening two Europa League group games. scrap Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City 3 Most Popular Football Stories Arsenal have won ten games on the bounce in all competitions Emery has not been afraid to give opportunities to youngsters on a Thursday night and, with two more games in the next days, may be forced to rotate his side yet again.Skipper Mesut Ozil excelled against the Foxes at the Emirates so is set to be rested in preparation for the trip to Crystal Palace.Nacho Monreal, Sokratis and Petr Cech remain on the treatment table, while a return for Laurent Koscielny may come too quick for the 33-year-old’s liking.Scroll down to see talkSPORT.com’s predicted Arsenal line-up. Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT latest BEST OF Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ 3 LATEST The young Frenchman scored his first Arsenal goal in the last Europa League game center_img 3 Holding is tipped to partner Mustafi at the back Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update tense Goalkeeper – Bernd LenoRight-Back – Hector BellerinCentre-Back – Shkodran MustafiCentre-Back – Rob Holding SORRY revealed Left Back- Stephan LichsteinerCentre Midfield – Matteo GuendouziCentre Midfield – Mohamed ElnenyRight Wing – Henrikh Mkhitaryan gameday cracker The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Attacking Midfield – Aaron RamseyLeft Wing – Danny WelbeckStriker – Pierre-Emerick AubameyangWhat time is kick-off?This Europa League Group E clash is set for Thursday, October 25.Kick-off is at 5.55pm.How can I listen on talkSPORT?You can hear live commentary of this game live on talkSPORT from 5.30pm.Tune in via all the usual means – DAB radio, our mobile apps or by using the web player.last_img read more

first_imgPatsy in Moscow with gold medal winner Rob HeffernanHE spent last week mentoring Ireland’s best athletes at the World Championships in Moscow.He even had a chat with Usain Bolt about his forthcoming trip to County Donegal.But Finn Valley’s Patsy McGonagle admitted he couldn’t wait to get home….to see a 40-year dream of a swimming pool in the Twin Towns realised. The facility is an extension of what had currently been developed over some 30 years on the site in Stranorlar and now boosts a 25m pool, a training pool, Cryotheraphy area, Fitness suite, Multi purpose area and extensive changing including dedicated family and disabled areas.Prior to this and current on site were 4 Astro pitches,Hall,400m track with soccer infield, rugby pitch, Bar area, Kitchen facilities, Office accommodation and a 1k grass jogging trail.Within the last month two additional projects have begun which include development of another playing field and an extension to include enhanced kitchen and dining, conference room and Board room with both projects due for completion November.Said the Club Chairman Patsy: “Thoughts of getting home to see the pool opened were running through my head all week. I couldn’t wait to get back even though I knew what it looked like. “I must pay tribute to our club members who had worked with me on the project both recently and previously people such as Sean Carlin Conor Mc Gonagle, Neil Martin, Ann Marie Mc Geehin ,Bridgeen Doherty and in the early days Patsy Mc Ginley and Peader Mc Granaghan without whom this exciting development could not have been delivered.“I also want to thank the county council’s Paul Kilcoyne who led from that side and worked extremely capably on a daily basis to conclusion.”For current paid up members of Finn Valley ac that are interested in gym/swim 3 month,6 month or 1 year membership a discount exists.A full and comprehensive roll out of swim related and general fitness programmes kicks off next week and with the return of children to school the opportunity to include swimming on their physical education programme.Stunning: The new pool at Finn Valley Sports Centre  McGONAGLE RETURNS FROM MOSCOW TO SEE 40-YEAR SWIMMING POOL DREAM was last modified: August 20th, 2013 by John2Share 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:finn valley poolpatsy mcgonaglelast_img read more

first_imgSAN JOSE — With Erik Karlsson watching from the couch, the Sharks scraped out another point against one of the Western Conference’s worst teams.After falling to the Los Angeles Kings in overtime Saturday, the Sharks (19-12-7) losing streak reached three games Sunday as they dropped a shootout decision to the Arizona Coyotes. They earned the point while playing without Karlsson, who received a two-game suspension from the NHL Department of Player Safety earlier in the day for a hit on Los …last_img

Evolution Running Backwards

December 19, 2019 | tqujrlgr | No Comments

first_imgFor Darwin’s doctrine of universal common ancestry to be demonstrably true, there must have been a common ancestor of insects and humans.  That base of the family tree has just been discredited, leaving a gap in this important junction of Darwin’s tree of life.    For decades, evolutionists have taught that acoelomorphs, a kind of marine worm, were at the base of the tree that branched one way toward insects and another way toward man.  Now, however, as published in Nature,1 “two large groups of marine worms are more closely related to us than are insects and mollusks, a new study shows” (Live Science).  According to a co-author quoted by Live Science,“We can no longer consider the acoelomorphs as an intermediate between simple groups such as jellyfish and the rest of the animals,” said researcher Max Telford of the Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, University College London.  “This means that we have no living representative of this stage of evolution: the missing link has gone missing.”To explain the confusing genomes in evolutionary terms, the researchers are having to suppose that the last common ancestor, whatever it was, was even more complex than these worms – and the living worms lost some of the genetic information contained in the ancestor:Being such simple creatures and yet still mixing and mingling on the family tree with us complex creatures suggests these marine worms were once complex themselves, Telford said.    “This is an interesting evolutionary question,” Telford told LiveScience.  “Why do animals lose complex features, and how do they do it?  What genes have they lost?”Commenting on this development in the same issue of Nature,1 Amy Maxmen titled her entry, “Evolution: A can of worms” and wrote:The rearrangement has triggered protests from evolutionary biologists, who are alarmed that they may lose their key example of that crucial intermediate stage of animal evolution.  Some researchers complain that the evidence is not strong enough to warrant such a dramatic rearrangement of the evolutionary tree, and claim that the report leaves out key data.  In any case, the vehemence of the debate shows just how important these worms have become in evolutionary biology.    “I will say, diplomatically, this is the most politically fraught paper I’ve ever written,” says Max Telford, a zoologist at University College London and last author on the paper.But rather than bemoaning the loss of evidence, or teaching the controversy, some reporters are promoting this finding as a triumph PhysOrg, read, “New evolutionary research disproves living missing link theories.”1.  Come back soon for reference.2.  Amy Maxmen, “Evolution: A can of worms,” Nature 470, 161-162 (2011), Published online 9 February 2011, doi:10.1038/470161a.This is why you must read past the headlines and mute the Darwin Marching Band music and look at the data.  Evolutionists thought they had a missing link at a critical juncture in Darwin’s tree of life, only to find, according to their own apologists, that the genetics don’t fit.  To keep their story going requires more speculation about less evidence.  This is no happy ending; it turns Charlie’s bedtime story into a nightmare generator.(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

SA ‘making progress against HIV’

December 18, 2019 | tqujrlgr | No Comments

first_img26 April 2013 South Africa is moving closer to reducing its HIV infection rate, with the country having experienced a decline in Aids-related deaths in the last three years, says Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe. Responding to a question in the National Assembly in Cape Town on Wednesday, Motlanthe said that though South Africa needed to do more to tackle TB and HIV/Aids, several inroads had already been made. Motlanthe, who chairs the SA National Aids Council (Sanac), said the transmission of HIV from mother to child had decreased significantly over the last three years, falling from 8% of infants to 2.7% nationally. The country had also seen a decline in Aids-related deaths, particularly for those aged between 25 and 35 years old, he said. Progress had been made on the back of better policies and the implementation of the world’s biggest antiretroviral (ARV) programme, with 1.9-million South Africans now receiving ARV medication. Since April 2010, over 20-million South Africans had been tested for HIV, while more than 10-million had been screened for TB, he said. Earlier this month, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi introduced the fixed-dose drug combination, allowing those on treatment to take one ARV pill on a daily basis instead of three or more tablets. “This will improve the adherence to treatment and reduce the costs of providing treatment to the large number of people who are eligible,” Motlanthe said. South Africa’s HIV/Aids and TB treatment programmes now include the School Health Programme, launched by President Jacob Zuma last year, while the government has also begun treating inmates for HIV and TB. Motlanthe said that over the last three years, a series of studies and reviews had helped the government to craft an evidence-informed programme, in the form of the National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs 2012-2016, to tackle HIV/Aids and TB. The country’s provinces, he said, could learn from the “war rooms” set up by the KwaZulu-Natal provincial government, which include various stakeholders, from community members to health workers. Motlanthe said one challenge that the country still faced was that the infection rate of young women had not fallen at the same rate as that of young men. He attributed this to a particular problem in South Africa in which large numbers of older men, or so-called “sugar daddies”, were having sex with younger women. This, he said, required a very targeted response by the country. Motlanthe said the National Council against Gender-based Violence was in the process of being fully constituted by Minister for Women, Children and People with Disabilities Lulu Xingwana. He said he had agreed to a request by Xingwana that, as chairperson of Sanac, he become a patron of the council. “My role is to thus endorse and be a messenger of their work, which is still being fine-tuned,” he said. Motlanthe said the country should strive to make the home a secure and safe sanctuary for women and children, pointing out that when one looked at the statistics on violence against women and children, much of it was perpetrated in the home itself. Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more