Written by Tags: Roundup December 5, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 12/5 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballRegion 20PANGUITCH, Utah-Kelby Jessen netted 25 points and the Piute Thunderbirds downed Panguitch 41-35 in Region 20 boys basketball action Thursday. Kyler Bennett, Paxton Wolfley and Ryker Hatch had 10 points apiece in the loss for the Bobcats.ORDERVILLE, Utah-Gavin Hoyt posted 28 points and the Valley Buffaloes routed Water Canyon 73-56 Thursday in Region 20 boys basketball action. Joseph Jessop’s 25 points led the Wildcats in defeat.HURRICANE, Utah-The Milford Tigers got past Diamond Ranch 61-57 Thursday in Region 20 boys basketball action.Bear River Winter ClassicGARLAND, Utah-The South Summit Wildcats routed the North Sanpete Hawks 64-43 Thursday at the Bear River Winter Classic.ProLook ShootoutOREM, Utah-Caleb Lohner posted 30 points as the Wasatch Academy Tigers clobbered the Queen Creek (Ariz.) Bulldogs 107-49 Thursday at the ProLook Shootout at Orem High School.Non-RegionSPANISH FORK, Utah-Hunter McGuire and Zac Argyle had 14 points apiece and the Spanish Fork Dons pounded Millard 73-39 Thursday in non-region boys basketball action. Kael Myers had 11 points in the loss for the Eagles.Girls BasketballDesert Hills Holiday ClassicST. GEORGE, Utah-Amber Kartchner netted 18 points and the Logan Grizzlies edged Richfield 47-45 Thursday at the Desert Hills Holiday Classic at Desert Hills High School. Jarica Steck’s 11 points led the Wildcats in defeat.Dixie TournamentST. GEORGE, Utah-Jasmin Rangel and Taylor Chidester had 10 points apiece as the Manti Templars smacked South Summit 48-25 at the Dixie Tournament at Dixie High School Thursday.Shannon Johnson TournamentVERNAL, Utah-Nataly Dunka netted 25 points and the Wasatch Academy Tigers pounded Millard 45-29 Thursday at the Shannon Johnson Tournament at Uintah High School. Kobree Penney had 16 points in defeat for the Eagles.Non-RegionDELTA, Utah-Ashlyn Banks led the way with 18 points and the Canyon View Falcons edged Delta 41-39 in non-region girls basketball action Thursday at the Palladium.DRAPER, Utah-Riley Bluth stepped up with 12 points and the Draper APA Eagles downed Gunnison Valley 32-28 Thursday in non-region girls basketball action. Kennedi Knudsen had 10 points in the loss for the Bulldogs.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-The Parowan Rams decimated North Sanpete 55-30 in non-region girls basketball action Thursday.NEPHI, Utah-Hannah Anderson posted 14 points as the Stansbury Stallions got past Juab 38-33 in non-region girls basketball action Thursday. Willow Kay had 7 points for the Wasps in the loss.WrestlingRegion 14MANTI, Utah-The top-ranked Juab Wasps dominated Manti 74-3 in a Region 14 dual Thursday night. The Wasps recorded nine pins in the rout with Ben Nielson, Cooper Ford, Ryler Blackett, Chase Ingram, Wyatt Holdaway, Cade Bowring, Will Harmon, Rylan Watts, and Blake Mangelson.Non-RegionFILLMORE, Utah-The Millard Eagles recorded nine pins as they routed Gunnison Valley 68-6 in a non-region dual Thursday. The Eagles got pins from Camden Moat, Hector Martinez, Mark Roman, Mack Bray, Dylan Rees, Josh Whitaker, KC Whitaker, Jed DeGraffenreid, and John Whitaker. The Bulldogs lone points came from a pin by Carson Peterson. Brad James
Home » News » Agencies & People » Parkers acquires Samuel Jones previous nextAgencies & PeopleParkers acquires Samuel JonesThe Negotiator14th August 20190161 Views The Reading branch of national sales and lettings agency Parkers has bolstered its managed portfolio by acquiring independent agency Samuel James and taken on six members of their staff.Parkers, Reading owner Craig Pearson, who also owns Parkers branches in nearby Woodley and Earley, said, “It was important to the owner that he found a buyer to continue looking after his clients as well as his current staff.“We were extremely pleased and proud that we were seen as the agency to do all that based on our ethos and care for our existing clients.”Craig is one of Parkers’ longest serving property experts, having joined the brand as a sales negotiator in Bracknell in 1993.Xperience and Whitegates Managing Director Kate Toland said, “Craig has always been extremely forward-thinking and hugely ambitious and I’m delighted to see this latest acquisition cross the finish line.”Samuel James Xperience Craig Pearson Parkers Kate Toland acquisition Whitegates August 14, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
View post tag: HMS Mersey View post tag: Vishnya-class Authorities After entering the Atlantic Ocean on their return home from Mediterranean tasking on February 19, a Russian task group composed of three ships has now passed the English Channel.The Royal Navy announced on February 22 that it deployed patrol ship HMS Mersey and a Wildcat helicopter from RNAS Yeovilton to follow the progress of three Russian warships/vessels as they made their way up the Channel.This is the third time the Royal Navy is escorting Russian Navy ships through the Channel in two months.Ropucha-class landing ship Aleksandr Otrakovskiy, Vishnya-class intelligence ship (often referred to as spy ship) Feodor Golovin and Altay-class oiler Yelnya are returning to their Northern Fleet base after deploying as part of the Russian Navy’s permanent Mediterranean task force.As they transited the Strait of Gibraltar on February 19 entering the Atlantic Ocean, the ships were escorted by Portuguese Navy corvette NRP António Enes.Portsmouth-based Mersey and her 34 crew broke off from a regular fishery protection patrol in home waters and sailed to meet the Russian trio as they approached the Channel, taking over from the French Navy which has monitored the task group’s progress through the Bay of Biscay.The patrol ship has spent 72 hours tracking the Russians as the vessels made their way into the North Sea, handing over to the Dutch Navy once the three ships had passed through the Strait of Dover. Belgian Navy patrol vessel BNS Pollux (P902) took over from there.Escort along the BE EEZ of a RFS Task Group; 1 ALTAY Class, 1 ROPUCHA Class and 1VISHNAYA Class. Safety, security and vigilance 24/7 @TheBelgianNavy #POLX pic.twitter.com/tWeeAtXUOO— Dries Biermans (@DriesBiermans) February 23, 2018At the beginning of the year, frigate HMS Westminster was activated to keep track on the activities of two Russian frigates and their support vessels returning to the Baltic after operations in the Middle East, while HMS St Albans’ Christmas was interrupted by a mission to monitor the new Russian warship Admiral Gorshkov. Russian “spy ship task group” reaches North Sea View post tag: Royal Navy View post tag: Altay-class View post tag: Ropucha-class View post tag: Russian Navy February 23, 2018 Back to overview,Home naval-today Russian “spy ship task group” reaches North Sea Share this article
View post tag: Gulf of Aden View post tag: US Navy View post tag: Counter-Narcotics US Navy’s guided-missile destroyer USS Chung-Hoon (DDG 93) seized almost five tons of hashish from a dhow in the Gulf of Aden on December 27.According to the US Navy, the destroyer made the interception during a flag verification boarding as part of maritime security operations in the region.“We have been conducting maritime security operations along suspected maritime smuggling routes in order to interdict illicit shipments into Yemen and Somalia,” said US Navy Cmdr. Brent Jackson, commanding officer of Chung-Hoon.“It’s critical in an effort to curb the ongoing shipments of illicit weapons and narcotics. I am grateful that Chung-Hoon was able to play a small part in an ongoing effort to deter and limit these illicit shipments of contraband.”The vessel was determined to be stateless following a flag verification boarding, conducted in accordance with customary international law. The vessel and its crew were allowed to depart once the narcotics were seized.Chung-Hoon is one of the many ships currently conducting maritime security operations in the US 5th Fleet. Maritime security operations as conducted by the US Navy entail routine patrols to determine pattern of life in the maritime as well as enhance mariner-to-mariner relations. The relationships built as a result allow the US Navy to disrupt the transport of illicit cargo that often funds terrorism and unlawful activities, and also reassures law-abiding mariners in the region.Chung-Hoon is deployed to the US 5th Fleet area of operations in support of naval operations to ensure maritime stability and security in the Central Region, connecting the Mediterranean and the Pacific through the western Indian Ocean and three strategic choke points. View post tag: USS Chung-Hoon Photo: USS Chung-Hoon (DDG 93) sailors observe a stateless dhow found to be carrying over 11,000 pounds of illicit drugs. Photo: US Navy Share this article
We can’t get enough of Spafford, and apparently, neither can you. Earlier this week, we announced that Live for Live Music is presenting the Arizona-based jam-outfit’s Fall tour, and we’ve already had to add another date to the run due to the feverish demand of the this elusive up-and-coming band’s rabid fanbase. Get tickets here.The show will take place at The Tonic Room in Chicago on September 30th, and will serve as an early show to the originally announced 9pm show’s “late show”. Spafford will play four unique sets throughout the night, so be prepared for an exploratory walk through the band’s catalog.The first show sold out in under an hour, so make sure not to sleep on this on-sale if you want to catch Spafford in Chicago! Tickets are available here.If you want to hear some ridiculous jamming, peep this set:Show Info:
Princess Caroline will grow three to four feet tall. Princess Molly reaches only 18 inches tall. Princess Caroline is a lot more vigorous, but both can grow in some shade. For best results, though, give them a lot of sun, he said.Because it is smaller, Princess Molly will do better in the landscape if it doesn’t have a lot of tall competition. It will also thrive in a large pot.The grasses are fairly maintenance free, he said. A small amount of fertilizer at the beginning of the season is OK, but don’t fertilize too much for a desirable ornamental grass. They need water to get established. But once they are growing, they are very hearty plants for the southern climate. Princess Caroline and Princess Molly were developed by Wayne Hanna, a plant breeder with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in Tifton, Ga. The well known turfgrass breeder named the varieties after his granddaughters. The grasses are patented and licensed through the UGA Research Foundation.“One of the biggest benefits about them is they don’t produce any seed, they don’t produce any pollen,” Hanna said. “So, they stay pretty vegetative, and the benefit of that is you only get what you plant.”It also means the plants won’t invade into other areas of the landscape, he said. The University of Georgia recently released two drought-tolerant, disease-resistant ornamental grasses that can grow from a seedling to a full plant in one month. And, they don’t produce seed or pollen. Princess Molly and Princess Caroline will be available this spring at nurseries and other retail outlets across the country. Currently, four growers in Alabama and five in Georgia are propagating the plants. From Atlanta south, both grasses will overwinter and come back each spring. North of Atlanta and depending on the winter, they should be treated like annuals that die due to the cold.
By Julieta Pelcastre/Diálogo May 03, 2019 About 100 Russian service members arrived at Simón Bolívar International Airport in Maiquetía, Venezuela, March 23, with 35 tons of unknown cargo in two Russian Air Force aircraft. The military deployment could create a worrisome scenario, prolong the severe political, social, and economic crisis in the country, and endanger regional stability. Meanwhile, Nicolás Maduro uses humanitarian assistance as a domination strategy. “The Russian aircraft that landed on March 23  with Russian officers and tons of equipment will remain in the country for as long as necessary,” Yván Gil, Venezuelan vice minister for Europe, told the press. “New military missions might arrive, according to the agreements signed between both countries [in 2011].” William Dávila, a Venezuelan congressman and member of the National Assembly’s Foreign Policy Committee, told the press that the Russian aircraft’s surprise deployment violates the Venezuelan Constitution, as the Assembly hadn’t authorized it. The Kremlin responded that bilateral military-technical cooperation agreements both countries signed in 2001 regulate the Russian presence. “In our opinion, one of the things the Russians are doing there is to help the authorities with the S-300 systems that have suffered from the blackouts,” Elliott Abrams, U.S. Department of State special representative for Venezuela, told the press. The Venezuelan government received the S-300, an air defense system, in 2013. “With the help of Moscow, Maduro’s dictatorship built an air shield in the Atlantic area and near Caracas, where the National Bolivarian Armed Force has eight brigades with S-300VM missiles, capable of intercepting all kinds of targets,” Daniel Pou, associate researcher at the Latin American Social Sciences Institute in the Dominican Republic, told Diálogo. “The missiles’ update seeks to instill fear among Venezuelans, perpetuate the country’s economic crisis, and endanger regional stability.” The missiles were stored and their components had never been refurbished. “Maduro needs the Russians to dig them out and put them in operation,” Pou said. “Russian officers are working on the electronic wireless communications system of these long-range weapons, because they are outdated.” From bad to worse “Moscow is clearly saying that they will go all in. The Russian presence with aircraft and troops shows that they will do whatever it takes to stay,” Luis Alberto Gabriel Somoza, professor of security and defense at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, told Diálogo. “Venezuela might be the setting for the resurgence of a new [armed] conflict.” The worsening situation of the Venezuelan population, with people already living below the poverty line, is among the consequences of growing Russian militarization. “The Venezuelan crisis is a tragedy that might get worse due to the latest events,” Somoza said. Double talk Despite the collapse of food and health infrastructures in Venezuela, Maduro rejects humanitarian assistance from countries of the free world. “The humanitarian assistance is a show to humiliate us,” Maduro told the press on February 8. Days later, however, he said, “Russian humanitarian assistance arrives on Wednesday [February 20].” “Maduro insists on finding fictitious rivals. He promotes this view to rally all Venezuelans together against an alleged international threat,” Javier Oliva Posadas, armed forces specialist and professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, told Diálogo. Ana Rosario Contreras, president of the Capital District College of Nursing in Caracas, told the press that Russian help never made it to hospitals. It was not until April 16, after months of negotiations, that the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies succeeded in bringing a shipment of humanitarian aid with medications, which started to be distributed among the country’s health centers. This is the result of the upsurge of 21st century socialism in some Latin American countries, leading populist regimes to take advantage of democratic instruments to modify their constitutions and hold on to power. “Countries of the region should adopt a clearer, more categorical stance regarding their level of tolerance for the presence of transcontinental countries [Russia and China] that set up in our continent because many leftist governments helped them, creating an unstable scenario,” Somoza said. Possible scenarios In March 2018, Dr. R. Evans Ellis, research professor of Latin American Studies at the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute, said in his article “The Collapse of Venezuela and Its Impact on the Region”, published in Military Review, that Venezuela had three possible scenarios, “all negative,” if Maduro remains in power: (1) resistance burnout and consolidation of the criminal state, (2) escalating violence resolved by imposition of a pseudodemocratic compromise regime, (3) prolonged criminality, repression, and insurgency. In this last scenario, Russia and China take a wait and see position. According to the article, every scenario implies an increase in the already dramatic exodus of refugees to neighboring countries and the rest of the region, as well as in weapons imports, and a greater impact on the political and criminal landscape. “As Russian weapons, aircraft, technology, and even more military personnel arrive in Caracas, tension will escalate, and scenarios or forecasts will become more ominous,” Oliva said. “Latin America is on its way to a new kind of cold war,” Somoza concluded.
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One of the organizers of the election, Benny Tai, told reporters that the results of the poll had been leaked ahead of an official announcement. But he said there had been no personal data breach of the voters.Last Friday, Hong Kong police raided the office of the independent pollster helping with the election, and officers copied some information from computers there.Hong Kong’s Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau said in a statement late on Monday that it had received public complaints that the weekend poll may have “jeopardized the integrity of the electoral process”.It added it was now conducting an investigation and might later refer the case to law enforcement agencies.The preliminary results showed several incumbent democratic lawmakers like Ted Hui and Eddie Chu taking the most votes in some districts.But a group of aspiring young democrats, or “localists”, also performed strongly, reflecting a potential changing of the guard as the democrats gear up for the September poll.”It’s just the beginning,” one candidate, Sunny Cheung, a runner-up in one district putting him on the democratic ticket for September, told Reuters.”I will try to persuade more people to support us,” he added, saying localists like himself were gaining more mainstream support.Topics : The city’s opposition camp is aiming to seize majority control in the 70-seat legislature for the first time from pro-Beijing rivals by riding a wave of anti-China sentiment stirred by the law, which critics say has gravely undermined Hong Kong’s freedoms.The city returned to Chinese rule in 1997 with a guarantee of wide-ranging autonomy.The new law punishes secession, subversion, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces with up to life in prison and allows mainland Chinese security agents to operate officially in Hong Kong for the first time.Lam told reporters that if the democrats’ aim to gain a legislative majority was to obstruct government policies, “then it may fall into the category of subverting the state power”. She didn’t elaborate. Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Monday that an unofficial city-wide election conducted by the pro-democracy camp over the weekend might have violated new national security laws by “subverting state power”.The weekend election drew more than 600,000 votes, in what democrats described as a symbolic protest vote against tough new laws imposed by Beijing on the freewheeling former British colony.The vote at around 250 polling stations was held to decide the strongest pro-democracy candidates to contest key Legislative Council elections in September.
About Connatix V67539 Head-to-head in last five meetings Chelsea vs Burnley TV channel, live stream, time, team news and odds Phil HaighMonday 22 Apr 2019 10:23 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Comment 1 min. story Video Settings Advertisement Full Screen Burnley have won their last three league matches (Picture: PA Wire)When is Chelsea vs Burnley?The match is on Monday 22 April with kick-off at 8pm at Stamford Bridge.AdvertisementAdvertisementWhat TV channel is Chelsea vs Burnley on and is there a live stream?Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League will be showing the game live, with coverage from 7.30pm.Subscribers can stream the action on Sky Go or watch on the Sky Sports app.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityTeam newsEden Hazard is a slight doubt for Chelsea but is liekly to play after picking up a slight knock in the Europa League against Slavia Prague.However, Antonio Rudiger and Ethan Ampadu will miss out.Burnley are missing veterans Peter Crouch, Aaron alennon and Steven Defour, while Phil Bardsley is being assessed.What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)1/4 Chelsea11/2 Draw14/1 Burnley Advertisement 28 Oct 2018 – Burnley 0-4 Chelsea – Premier League19 Apr 2018 – Burnley 1-2 Chelsea – Premier League12 Aug 2017 – Chelsea 2-3 Burnley – Premier League12 Feb 2017 – Burnley 1-1 Chelsea – Premier League27 Aug 2016 – Chelsea 3-0 Burnley – Premier League Chelsea can move back into the Champions League places (Picture: Getty Images)Chelsea can go third in the Premier League table if they beat Burnley at Stamford Bridge on Monday evening.The Blues have not been in the best of form, but they can capitalise on defeats for Spurs, Arsenal and Manchester United over the weekend and grab a Champions League spot.Burnley have actually been in much better form of late, winning their last three league matches and dragging themselves away from the relegation scrap.Chelsea had a comfortable time against the Clarets in the reverse fixture, winning 4-0 at Turf Moor in October.ADVERTISEMENT MORE: Roy Hodgson opens up on Wilfried Zaha’s future after Crystal Palace stun ArsenalMORE: David De Gea speaks out after Manchester United’s heavy defeat to Everton PLAY