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NCCU presents scholarships to twelve lucky students

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first_imgEducationLocalNewsSecondary NCCU presents scholarships to twelve lucky students by: – August 19, 2011 Tweet Share Share 45 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Scholarship recipientsThe National Cooperative Credit Union Limited has awarded  twelve students with scholarships to assist them with their Secondary School education when academic year 2011/2012 commences in September.The presentation was made yesterday at an award ceremony at the National Development Foundation of Domiica’s conference room.There are six scholarship programmes namely; the NCCU Ltd Merit Scholarship, NCCU Ltd Scholarship, Edward Elwin Scholarship, Ambrose Cuffy memorial Scholarship, Myrtle Hilton Scholarship and the Vernice Bellony Scholarship.The  recipients are as follows:NCCU Ltd Merit ScholarshipKyrene Dodie GeorgeNCCU Ltd ScholarshipSahyda Lawuni Pemberton-RoseauKernillia Helen Adams-Tarish pitTiara Letang- EgglestonJahreed Isaiah Jules-La SaletteEdward Elwin ScholarshipsShayeda Zebla Royer-Bellevue ChopinShanice Jasmine Carbon-Morne ProsperJayslyn Stuart-PichelinKyla Winston-Wotten WavenAmbrose Cuffy Memorial ScholarshipDarwin Jovon Jno Baptiste-Riviere CyriqueMyrtle Hilton ScholarshipAkima u O Edmond-MahautVernice Bellony ScholarshipHallie Jahaira Bruney-TrinidadDominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

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Haiti may join ALBA as full member

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first_img Sharing is caring! NewsRegional Haiti may join ALBA as full member by: – January 13, 2012 25 Views   one comment Share President Michel Martelly of Haiti. UN Photo/Logan AbassiPORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (ACN) — Haitian President Michell Martelly announced on Wednesday on the TeleSur television network that he is assessing the possibility of his country joining the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas (ALBA) as a full member, instead of being an observer.TeleSur special correspondent in Port-au-Prince, Madelein Garcia, also reported that, when asked if this decision would affect Haiti’s relations with the United States, Martelly assured that it is not an ideological matter but about the reconstruction of his country, the Cubadebate Web site reported.“They’re fraternal peoples and we’re going to work with them,” stated the Haitian leader. Martelly’s statements were made in an exclusive interview with TeleSur after a press conference, in which the head of state announced that, thanks to the help of Canada, it will be possible to relocate 20,000 families living in improvised camps since the 2010 earthquake.Caribbean News Nowcenter_img Share Tweet Sharelast_img read more

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Crash In Versailles Sends Four To Hospital

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first_imgAn early afternoon crash sent four people to the hospital on Thursday.Police say 46-year-old Stacey Kiser of Versailles was driving her 2012 GMC Denali on Benham Road in Versailles between CR 700 and 800S when her vehicle drifted left of center for unknown reasons.Her vehicle collided head on with a 2002 Chrysler 300 driven by Alyssa Svatba, 22, of Versailles.Svatba had her three children in the car including a 3-year-old and 1-year-old twins.Svatba was airlifted to University Hospital in Cincinnati for numerous lacerations and shoulder pain. The police report indicated the children appeared to be uninjured but were taken to Margaret Mary Hospital as a precaution.Kiser was uninjured.  The crash remains under investigation.last_img

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Joe Allen gets the point for Liverpool with last-minute leveller against Arsenal

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first_imgSubstitute Joe Allen was Liverpool’s unexpected saviour with an added-time equaliser – just when Arsenal appeared to have sent a significant message in the title race. With Manchester City held to a goalless draw at home to Everton, Arsene Wenger’s side seemed to be underlining their title credentials having twice come from behind to lead 3-2. But Allen, on the pitch for just eight minutes, denied them victory by volleying home at the far post. Giroud’s second, in the 55th minute, came after more flat-footed defending allowed the France international the time to spin and fire inside the far post. Per Mertesacker blocked one dangerous Adam Lallana shot but Benteke’s introduction did not give Arsenal too many problems – to the extent Klopp sent on newly-signed centre-back Steven Caulker for a debut up front alongside the Belgian for the final five minutes. However, if the intention was to go long ball it escaped Allen, one of the smallest men in Liverpool’s side, as he popped up at the far post to convert Henderson’s cross. TWEET OF THE MATCH “Cracking game of football that. Seems nobody wants to take the PL title by the scruff of the neck. #LFCvAFC” – Joey Barton wonders what’s going to happen in the title race after Arsenal throw away a late lead to draw at Anfield. PLAYER RATINGS Liverpool Simon Mignolet: 4 Nathaniel Clyne: 5 Kolo Toure: 6 Mamadou Sakho: 5 Alberto Moreno: 5 Jordan Henderson: 6 Emre Can: 5 James Milner: 7 Jordon Ibe: 6 Roberto Firmino: 7 Adam Lallana: 7 Substitutes Christian Benteke (on for Milner, 66): 4 Steven Caulker (on for Lallana, 88): 5 Joe Allen (on for Can, 82): 7 Arsenal Petr Cech: 7 Hector Bellerin: 7 Laurent Koscielny: 7 Per Mertesacker: 7 Nacho Monreal: 7 Aaron Ramsey: 7 Mathieu Flamini: 6 Joel Campbell: 7 Mesut Ozil: 6 Theo Walcott: 6 Olivier Giroud: 7 Substitutes Kieran Gibbs (on for Walcott, 76): 6 Mikel Arteta (on for Ozil, 87): 5 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (on for Campbell, 75): 5 STAR MAN Olivier Giroud – Took both his goals well, could have had more had he not fluffed one in front of the Kop and gave Liverpool’s defence a continual problem. MOMENT OF THE MATCH Joe Allen’s stoppage-time equaliser, producing a timely run to meet Jordan Henderson’s cross at the far post when it appeared the game was lost. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Jurgen Klopp altered his tactics to chase the game late on, throwing centre-back Steven Caulker on for his debut as a centre-forward and while that plan did not pay off his bold ploy did bring some reward. Arsene Wenger will have disappointed not to have closed out the game having fought so hard to turn it around. MOAN OF THE MATCH Liverpool’s defending at crosses in general, Simon Mignolet’s propensity to be beaten at his near-post specifically. WHO’S UP NEXT? Liverpool v Manchester United (Premier League, Sunday January 17) Stoke v Arsenal (Premier League, Sunday January 17) Olivier Giroud looked to have won it for the visitors with two goals to take his tally to 12 in the league with two goals – after Ramsey had scored their first equaliser – to match a brace from Roberto Firmino. Liverpool’s starting line-up had managed just four league goals between them and that was synonymous with their difficulties this season with just 22 in their opening 20 league matches – so there was no suggestion this would be a goal-fest. But Jurgen Klopp’s preference of Firmino over Christian Benteke, his side’s top goalscorer with seven, was justified as the Brazil international revelled in his false nine role. His 10th-minute opener, turning to fire home a rebound after Petr Cech parried Emre Can’s shot, for his first Anfield goal since arriving from Hoffenheim in the summer, was the signal for a manic 16 minutes in which four goals of varying quality were scored. Liverpool’s lead lasted just four minutes as Joel Campbell’s through-ball allowed Ramsey to beat Simon Mignolet at his near post after Mamadou Sakho had lost his position after a clash of heads with Giroud. The Belgium goalkeeper is on the verge of signing a new five-year contract, but h is near-post fallibility – allied to a weakness at set-pieces – was his undoing again for Arsenal’s second equaliser. Giroud deflected in Ramsey’s corner, conceded by Sakho heading out from under his own crossbar after Ramsey’s lob had beaten Mignolet. That was after Firmino had put the hosts ahead again with a brilliant strike, shifting the ball onto his right foot from a pass from Jordan Henderson – making his first appearance of 2016 having been sidelined with a recurrence of his chronic heel problem – before curling it into the top corner. Both sides could have scored more before the interval – Mignolet redeemed himself slightly with a bizarre scorpion-type kick while laid on the floor to deny Giroud’s bungled effort when faced with an open goal, before Ramsey failed to connect with a far-post corner and Firmino clipped the bar with a volley. Press Associationlast_img read more

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How Valeria Salazar emerged as one of Syracuse’s best players after injury-riddled past

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first_imgWhen a surgeon sliced from Valeria Salazar’s knee to her ankle in May of 2015, he cut through her skin and a layer of tissue enclosing her muscle.Since her freshman year, Syracuse’s No. 2 singles player has dealt with pain in her lower leg and foot. No trainer offered a reason for the pain and instead, she sat on training tables for about an hour before her matches. She iced her legs and got massages before and after, her mother Lourdes Garza said.Last season, a trainer suggested Salazar might have compartment syndrome, which is when fascia, tissue around the muscle, grows too tight and prevents the muscle from contracting. Three doctors then diagnosed her with a form of compartment syndrome caused by exercise. The last doctor sent her to have a procedure meant to fix the condition.By slicing her leg open, the surgeon relieved the pressure in her leg and the injury’s stranglehold on her career.“I was practicing during winter break and that was the first time where I was actually practicing three, four hours per day without symptoms,” Salazar said, “and that hadn’t happened before.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSalazar, a junior, is one of three Syracuse (7-1) players returning to the team this season. Nearly the whole roster is new and while head coach Younes Limam doesn’t have captains, Salazar may be the closest SU gets to having one. Occasionally, she’ll lead stretches and give the team some direction. Salazar is 11-4 this season after having finished below .500 over two seasons.While she’s not 100 percent yet, she’s getting there. So far, Salazar has only missed one singles match this season after not playing for three months because of her surgery. Now, she moves forward without the pain of a syndrome that sometimes numbed her legs, making it difficult to climb stairs and run. Though she didn’t play professionally, she continued her career at Syracuse after moving from Mexico to New Jersey solely for tennis.“I feel more comfortable on the court because (last season) maybe I feel so bad because I can’t run,” Salazar said, “or sometimes I lose and I can’t move. So I felt a lot of pressure from that, not playing my best.”Salazar moved from Mexico, where she started playing tennis young, to the United States when she was 14. She won one of her first national tournaments when she was 10 years old. The International Tennis Federation selected her to participate in tournaments in South America and Europe when she was 13 and 14, respectively. Eventually, she outgrew the little competition Mexico had, Garza said.“She knew all the girls,” Garza said. “Every tournament was the same girls. Here you have more tournaments.” The lack of competition pushed Salazar’s parents to move for her tennis career, so the then-14-year-old spent a month in the U.S. without her parents playing at CourtSense, a facility in New Jersey, as a trial run. When she returned home temporarily, Salazar told her mom how she lived in the Garden State because her home in Mexico was mostly surrounded by a desert climate.The U.S., Garza said, has better facilities, more players and improved instruction. Salazar practiced on a bigger variety of courts in the U.S., including hard surfaces, clay, green clay and grass.Traveling to tournaments and practicing took up so much of Salazar’s time that she had to be home schooled. Salazar was serious and shy, she said, and didn’t make many friends in New Jersey. About once each month she’d play a tournament, the main source of friends.But Salazar started dealing with shin splints and plantar fasciitis that threatened to take that away. Every two weeks, she was injured and felt she couldn’t play professionally.“It was a really sad time for her,” Saul Salazar, her father, said.Salazar gave up all her friends from Mexico to move to the U.S. to play tennis. She did little outside of tennis practice, traveling and home school and called it “kind of boring.”Upon arriving at Syracuse, Salazar struggled initially with school because she spoke mostly Spanish at home with her parents. She had attended an American school in Mexico and spoke English there, but she wasn’t forced to speak English the way she was at SU. Sometimes she would call her mother to talk Spanish at night. Being home schooled, she didn’t have to go to classes. At SU she did.Last season, Salazar realized she couldn’t run a mile anymore, Garza said. During one match, Garza recalled her daughter trying to play but a trainer told her she shouldn’t. For the only time in Salazar’s career, according to Garza, she lost because she had to pull out of a match.Her time at Syracuse was being marred by injuries the same way her professional career had been. To diagnose the then-sophomore she had scans, an X-ray and MRIs performed to rule out other injuries. A needle test determined the pressure in her fascia was too high.That prompted her surgery in May of 2015. After sitting out for three months afterward, Salazar has slowly worked back. Her legs have moved her forward, allowing her to go 11-4 so far this season. They’re no longer setting her back.“She’s been so much better right now,” her father said, “and she’s playing so much better.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Katherine Sotelo | Staff Photographer Published on February 24, 2016 at 1:13 am Contact Chris: cjlibona@syr.edu | @ChrisLibonatilast_img read more

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Kayla Treanor and Mallory Vehar earn All-ACC honors

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first_img Published on April 27, 2016 at 5:50 pm Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse attack Kayla Treanor and defender Mallory Vehar were named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference women’s lacrosse team by an ACC head coach vote on Tuesday afternoon.Treanor was named, for the fourth consecutive year, to the first team. Vehar earned second-team honors.Treanor leads Syracuse in every offensive statistical category with 69 points from 41 goals and 28 assists. She is first in the nation with 154 draw controls. Treanor leads the ACC in assists per game (1.75) and draw controls per game (8.94). She also ranks second in the conference for points per game (4.25).On April 23 against Louisville, Treanor scored her 251st goal, breaking Syracuse’s all-time goals record of 250 previously set by Christina Dove, who played at SU from 2007 to 2010.Vehar, the senior captain, is tied for the lead on the team with 13 caused turnovers and ranks third in groundballs (23) and draw controls (23). Her teammates largely credit her for the defensive communication which turned the team around after a 13-8 upset on the road to Boston College and led the Orange on an ensuing five-game win streak.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Syracuse defense has held opponents to 10 or fewer goals 11 times this season.The two All-ACC honorees lead the No. 2 ACC tournament seed Orange into Blacksburg, Virginia to play No. 7 Boston College in the quarterfinals on Thursday at 5 p.m. Commentslast_img read more

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Tough task for Celtic

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first_imgThey’ve been drawn with Dutch side Ajax and Fenerbahce of Turkey, as well as Norwegian team Molde .Tottenham’s group includes Monaco – who knocked north London rivals Arsenal out of the Champions League last season.Liverpool’s toughest challenge will probably come from Russian side Rubin Kazan.last_img

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The Esports Roundtable: Romain Bigeard, OpTic Gaming

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first_imgRomain Bigeard, OpTic GamingIn the latest episode of esports podcast The Esports Roundtable, host Joe Hills talks to Romain Bigeard, the General Manager of League of Legends for OpTic Gaming about his history in esports and his recent move Europe to the States. In a lengthy discussion, Bigeard opens up on several topics including his approach to team management, the esports ecosystem and his journey to exactly where he is today. Currently, Bigeard is in charge of the OpTic League of Legends team in their first season in the League of Legends Championship Series.The NA LCS has moved this season towards a franchised system and as a result, the teams in the league have dramatically changed since last year. Out have gone the likes of fan-favourite Immortals and Team Dignitas, whilst OpTic and the Golden State Warriors are some of the new additions to the fray. Join the tranquil French tones of Romain as he takes Joe on a journey from his continued swapping of a Bachelors through to experience at Activision, Razer and Unicorns of Love. His longest stint was at the Unicorns of Love, having started back in May 2015 but October saw him take the leap and head over to Los Angeles where he has been responsible for creating and supervising the esports juggernauts entrance to the world’s largest esport.On his decision to join OpTic, and his move over from Unicorns, Romain had this to say: “Working for Unicorns of Love was one of the best jobs in the world because you could do whatever you wanted. Jos gave me 100% trust to run all marketing and I had an amazing relationship with Sheepy and did not plan to leave. One day, I got a call from Chris Chaney and he explained to me that they were planning to buy a LoL slot for 2018. I had no idea who Optic were, they are most known for Call of Duty and that isn’t the best esport games (shots fired). “After some research I saw Optic had a social media following of over 4 million and I was blown away by how they’d put that together via only Call of Duty. It made me think about the scale of the North American market which is 100% English speaking vs a larger audience of EU with over 20 languages: translating content and brand in EU is a lot harder.”The two discuss everything from veterans in esports, through to scantily-clad appearances on the EU LCS stage to exactly what’s happening now. It’s a cracking listen. Joe Hills, LFG and The Esports RoundtableDiscussing The Esports Roundtable more generally, Joe Hills told Esports Insider: ‘We’ve always wanted to promote transparency and insight in the industry: not just for fans and those who already work here but for sports and non industry brands too. Romain is a fantastic example of a non-stereotypical esports fanatic from his philosophy to his management style” Hills is the Founder of Looking for Group, an esports executive recruitment company and has worked to achieve placements for many high profile individuals in the burgeoning esports industry.last_img read more

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Watch video: Barcelona hold on despite Bayern fightback

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first_imgThe hosts ended Barcelona’s 18-match unbeaten run, but Neymar’s first-half double ensured the visitors reached the final for the eighth time.FC Barcelona will play in the European Cup final for the eighth time after some devastating attacking interplay in the first half at FC Bayern München proved crucial.last_img

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Wellington Fire/EMS incident report: Aug. 26 – Aug. 28, 2013

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first_imgSubmitted to Sumner Newscow — The Wellington Fire/EMS incident report for Aug. 26 – 28, 2013: 8/26   9:56 AM        Medical emergency           300 block South F8/26   1:40 PM        Transfer to Wichita8/26   5:15 PM        Medical emergency           200 North C8/26   6:35 PM        Medical alarm                     1000 block College8/26   10:40 PM      Medical trauma                  500 block W. Harvey8/27   1:56 AM        Medical emergency           1000 block N. Jefferson8/27   1:56 AM        Medical emergency           500 block N. Plum8/27   5:09 PM        Structure fire                       Mutual aid to Oxford8/27   8:55 PM        Medical emergency           3500 block North A8/28   12:01 PM      Injury accident                    1400 block S. Woodlawn Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down Good job · 363 weeks ago Good job, no transfers and there are patients in this hospital! Report Reply 0 replies · active 363 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

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