MOST READ DAY6 is for everybody Pasaol’s magnificence saw him become the top single game scorer this century in the UAAP, toppling now-National University head coach Jeff Napa’s 15-year-old record of 42 points.READ: La Salle sends UE to 0-6, spoils Pasaol’s 49-point explosionFEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogFor Mbala, watching someone apart from him dominate the game deserves praise of the highest accord.“He was just in the zone, he played very well, and he was able to lead his team. I feel like we didn’t do a good job of stopping him,” said Mbala Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson View comments Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ LATEST STORIES Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson How to help the Taal evacuees Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netIn a game where Ben Mbala recorded yet another career performance, the La Salle center had no choice but to take the backseat and tip his hat to University of the East’s Alvin Pasaol.Mbala had a career-high 39 points in the Green Archers’ 106-100 win over University of the East but it was Pasaol who dominated the stat sheets when he finished with 49 points.ADVERTISEMENT In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed Perasol, Maroons remain upbeat despite 2 straight losses “For a guy to drop 50 on us, and if a guy is in the zone, we have to take him out of the comfort zone.”Mbala and Pasaol even had a tender moment near the end of the game when the two exchanged a small embrace with the big man as if almost congratulating the Red Warrior on a job well done.“I told him to keep working, he did a great job, and when a guy plays well you have to acknowledge him,” said Mbala. “The guy played well and I’ll give it to him.”“This is the game of basketball, we all want to have fun. We have to enjoy and I have to congratulate him for his career-high.”ADVERTISEMENT
A porter of Lethem, Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) is now dead after he fell from a moving truck on Sunday night.Dead is Dinesh Ramcharran, 26, of Tabatinga, Lethem.According to reports, Ramcharran fell to his death around 18:30h, as he was journeying to Central Rupununi’s Kumu trail from Lethem.This publication understands that Ramcharran was sitting on the cab of the truck when he fell off as the driver was manoeuvring through rough terrain.The driver stopped to check on the porter after some time had passed without any sign Ramcharran was still on the truck, and realised that the porter was missing.A search was launched and the now dead man’s motionless body was found lying on the trail some distance away.He was then rushed to the Lethem Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. The 23-year-old driver has been taken into custody at the Lethem Police Station.This newspaper was told that a breathalyser test was done on the driver, which showed that his blood alcohol level was above the legal limit.Ramcharran’s body is presently at the Lethem Hospital Mortuary awaiting a post-mortem examination.An investigation has been launched into the incident.
Lance Hurdle scored 21 points and Darian McKinstry added 16 points and San Bernardino Valley College men’s basketball team earned the Foothill Conference title outright with a 98-70 rout at Barstow. Hurdle made seven of 11 shots from the field, and McKinstry had seven assists for the Wolverines (26-6 overall, 13-1 conference), who led by only six points at halftime. Shy Walter scored 14 points and the Wolverines secured third place in the Foothill Conference with a 77-61 victory at Barstow. Ja’nae Westmoreland had 11 points, 13 rebounds and four steals for SBVC (19-9, 11-3), and Rocky Miller-Malloy had 11 points and 11 rebounds. Barstow, which got 17 points and 11 rebounds from Kim Fox, dropped to 11-17, 6-8. REDLANDS BASEBALL The Bulldogs (2-1) got three hits from Kyle Gardner and two from freshman catcher Jefre Johnson in surging past Whitman 13-9 in the Desert Classic in Arizona. Ryan Seifert pitched the first three innings and picked up the victory. CAL POLY POMONA BASEBALL Shane Schoeneberg drove in two runs and Saint Martin’s (2-7) earned a split of their nonconference doubleheader with the Broncos (5-4) with a 7-4 victory. Cal Poly won the opener, 4-3. In the opener, Cal Poly’s Kevin Falls doubled home Chris Wilson from first base with one out in the ninth to score the winning run. Falls drove in two runs in support of starter Bryan Banes, who got a no-decision despite pitching five shutout innings. The Saints pounded out 11 hits in seven innings in the nightcap, scoring all their runs in the first four innings. CAL STATE S.B. BASEBALL Brad Croxton hit a grand slam to lead the Coyotes to a 9-3 victory in game 2 and a sweep of their conference doubleheader with CSU Monterey Bay. San Bernardino won the opener, 7-4. Drew Valenzuela had three hits and also drove in four runs as the Coyotes (7-3, 3-0) used a six-run fifth to snap a 3-3 tie in the nightcap. In the opener, Nick Hammer and Valenzuela drove in two runs apiece to lead San Bernardino. The Otters dropped to 3-8, 0-3. RCC BASEBALL The Tigers (9-4) got two home runs from Etiwanda grad Matt Clark in edging visiting Sacramento City 8-7 in a battle of top teams, with RCC ranked first in Southern California and Sacramento first in the North. Miller grad Reyes Dorado picked up the win and Kaiser alum Erick Carrillo earned the save. UCR BASEBALL The Highlanders (7-2) banged out 14 hits and cruised to a 9-2 win over San Francisco. Junior Aaron Wible went 3-for-4 while Phil Boscarino went 2-for-3 with three runs. REDLANDS-LAVERNE SOFTBALL The Bulldogs and Leopards split a SCIAC doubleheader with Redlands (1-1, 1-1) winning the first 8-2 and La Verne (3-5, 1-1) coming back to win the second 2-1. Katie Brnca got the win in the first game with offensive support from Allyson Leslie and Melanie Hamline. Mary Olson was the winner in the second game with Morgan Dobis stroking a home run. REDLANDS-LAVERNE WOMEN’S TENNIS The Bulldogs (2-1) won every match without losing a set to cruis past host La Verne 9-0 in SCIAC play. No. 1 Paige Sumida led the effort with singles wins also coming from Kaleena Wakamatsu, Whitney Waters, Katie Bell, Sutton Anderson and Jennifer Even. CHAFFEY SOFTBALL Katie Zimmerman hit a two-run home run in the seventh to lift the Panthers to a nonconference sweep over the Grossmont Griffins 5-1 and 6-4. In the opener, Stephanie williams went 3 for 4 with a home run and three RBI. Ashley Dean threw both games. She allowed three hits in the opener with four strikeouts, then allowed seven hits with three strikeouts in the second. CAL STATE S.B. WATER POLO Sabrina Marquez and Denise Valderrama each scored two goals as Cal State San Bernardino fell to UC Irvine 17-6. Returning all-american Freyja Berg scored a goal in the loss for the Coyotes. Abby Rich scored four goals as Cal State San Bernardino (2-5) lost to division one power UC Santa Barbara 16-10. The Coyotes return to action today at Cal State Bakersfield and against Sonoma State. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Quintin Brinkley scored 15 points to lead Barstow (11-17, 5-9), while Chris Fealy had seven assists SBVC WOMEN BASKETBALL
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Prophet River and West Moberly First Nations have new grievances they’d like to get before the courts regarding what they view as BC Hydro’s, questionable Site C dam construction tactics.At issue is Hydro’s recent application for a permit to extricate aquatic wildlife from a specific location along the Peace River in order to remove the water.However, the First Nations say Hydro, under fast track pressure from the Province, has indicated it can’t wait for the permit to be issued.- Advertisement -West Moberly First Nation Chief Roland Wilson believes the government pressure is deliberate, and calculated, to spend enough construction money, to influence the outcome of four unresolved court case challenges, three of them now the subject of First Nation’s appeals of earlier rulings.Chief Wilson also argues, even though the First Nations have grounds for another solid court challenge, based on the aforementioned work being done in advance of permit issuance, with the three appeal cases still before the courts, by initiating another one, the First Nations would add to what is already a heavy financial burden.Two of the First Nations pending appeal cases are in the provincial court system and Chief Wilson doesn’t expect dates for them before the federal case is heard, appealing a lower court constitutional rights decision.Advertisement It’s now set for September 14th in Montreal and he says while that wasn’t their location of choice, given the distance, they took it because it was the earliest date they could get.
24. Hector Bellerin (right back) 11 19. Santi Cazorla (central midfield) 20. Mathieu Flamini (central midfield) 6. Laurent Koscielny (centre back) 11 11 11 33. Petr Cech (goalkeeper) Arsenal face a do or die encounter tonight as they look to revive their Champions League hopes for the rest of the season.With just three points from their opening four games, the Gunners are in a precarious position as they welcome Dinamo Zagreb to the Emirates.Only one team in the last decade in Europe’s primary competition has progressed with the same number of points at the same stage – Stuttgart in 2009 – although Manchester City survived with just two from their first four games last season.So how will Arsene Wenger, faced with a mounting injury crisis that has seen Francis Coquelin become the latest first-team regular to be sidelined, approach the crucial game?talkSPORT takes a look… 11 12. Olivier Giroud (striker) 16. Aaron Ramsey (right midfield) 11 18. Nacho Monreal (left back) 17. Alexis Sanchez (left midfield) 11 11. Mesut Özil (midfield) 11 4. Per Mertesacker (centre back) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 11 11 11
Light rain fell in the Southland this morning and was expected to intensify later in the day, prompting forecasters to issue a flash flood watch for fire-denuded areas of Los Angeles and Orange counties. The flash flood watch issued by the National Weather Service will go into effect in the region’s burn areas at noon and expire late night. The watch covers virtually all of Los Angeles County, except for the Antelope Valley, and areas of Orange County recently charred in the Santiago Fire. The rainfall, generated by a Pacific storm, could be heavy at times beginning this afternoon, NWS forecasters said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champAnother system is likely to produce rain Thursday, when the chance of precipitation has been set at 40 percent during daytime hours. The rain slick roads were blamed for causing at least one crash this morning that left one person critically injured and three others with less serious injuries on the southbound Golden State (5) Freeway in Arleta, authorities said. The collision was reported about 8:40 a.m. near the juncture with the Hollywood (170) Freeway, said California Highway Patrol Officer Francisco Villalobos. All southbound lanes of the 5 Freeway were closed at the 170 Freeway while an investigation was conducted, Villalobos said. Firefighters freed one person from an overturned vehicle, said Ron Myers of the Los Angeles Fire Department. One person suffered critical injuries and three others suffered minor-to-moderate injuries, Myers said.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – It was where young newlyweds first settled in Whittier in the 1950s. Over the years, as friendships formed and grew, it became the site of neighborhood dinner parties, where cocktails might be served at one home, appetizers at another, the main course across the street. For six Whittier couples, the 11100 block of El Arco Drive was even more than that: It was the nurturing ground of relationships that have lasted more than 50 years. Even today, decades after most of the group has moved away, memories of life on El Arco still draw them together. They meet several times a year to reminisce. “It was an unusual neighborhood, because we all were good friends,” said Anna Cook, 76, who along with her husband, Stanley, are the last remaining couple from the original group still living on El Arco. “We were all of different faiths, but we all got along,” she said. Bob Whittier remembers his years living on El Arco Drive as “good times” for a group of people who “all kind of grew up together.” The neighborhood was close-knit, the 78-year-old said, and the group of friends met often for parties, picnics and holiday events. “At one time, there were a few poker parties,” Whittier recalled. “The guys would start getting together to play poker, until someone started losing too much money. “But that broke up when the wives decided we shouldn’t play anymore,” he added. On Sunday, the group of friends carried on the tradition, meeting at a Marie Callender’s Restaurant in Whittier to catch up on life and talk about their expanding families. “Most of us were veterans just starting out families,” said Karl “Chuck” Freeman, who with his wife, Therese, moved to the block in 1953. “We watched our kids grow up and get married. Then the grandkids came,” he said. The Cooks moved to El Arco around the same time as the Freemans. So did Bob Whittier and his late wife Bonnie, and Donna and Al Broward, who now live in Newport Beach. Carol and Glenn Romine, who decades later moved to Temecula, and Jimmie and Chuck Hauser, now of Hemet, also moved to El Arco in the 1950s. Together, the group of friends have shared the good times and have supported each other through the bad times. Freeman recalled how the network of friends came together when his son died in 1956. “When my son died, I still had four kids at home, and I asked a couple of the gals if they could watch the kids while I went to pick up my wife,” Freeman said. “As we walked in the house, (we noticed) they put flowers in all the rooms, put fresh linens on all the beds, and where there weren’t fresh linens, they brought them from home,” he said. “And there was fried chicken and apple pie and more flowers on the dining room table.” As families grew, the El Arco neighbors began relocating to new places. Between the six original couples, there are 21 now-adult children. But their friendships, loyalty and regular reunions have continued. “When my wife of 50 years passed away, it was those people that were really there for you,” Bob Whittier said of his wife’s death in 1998. Whittier later remarried, and his new wife, Marci, has “come into the group just fine,” said Freeman. “I’ve learned that true friends are with you through thick and through thin,” said Whittier. “And you keep in touch.” email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3024
DD BEAUTY: Sometimes hair can feel product-heavy if you have been using mousse, oil, sprays in the pursuit of fuller, shinier locks.A bout of illness, hormonal changes or any periods of stress can also take their toll and may manifest in thinning, lank hair.Award-winning Irish-based brand, Viviscal, has recently launched its new Gorgeous Growth range of products aimed at transforming limp locks. Interestingly, Viviscal supplements have been voted the number one best selling hair care supplement in the US.The Densifying Shampoo & Conditioner have been specially formulated to help densify, soften & moisturise your locks.A leave-in treatment, the Viviscal Gorgeous Growth Densifying Elixir, is a lightweight body-boosting product for fuller looking hair that doesn’t weigh the hair down.It also contains all-natural ingredients.The range includes the ingredient, Ana:Tel™ complex, which extends hair growth and reduces hair fall ensuring a truly revolutionary multi-dimensional ‘inside’ and ‘out’ approach. It has biotin, keratin and zinc to nourish hair and condition the scalp.Suitable for everyday use and all hair types including dry, damaged, colour-treated, fine and thin hair, the range has a botanical fragrance that leaves hair infused with a refreshing scent that lasts all day.The product worked well with my coloured hair and did add bounce after just a few washes. It lathered well and left a lovely healthy sheen. I have a tendency to suffer from hair loss at different times and hope longer use of this shampoo and conditioner will help.Viviscal products are available online and also from pharmacies across Donegal. DD LIFESTYLE: NEW HAIR RANGE TO PROMOTE HEALTHY, THICK LOCKS was last modified: May 19th, 2016 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:Ana:Tel™ complexIrish madeViviscalViviscal Gorgeous Growth Densifying Elixir
BY DONEGAL LADIES GAA: Monaghan v Donegal, Sunday 2:45pm, ClonesMonaghan make the short trip to St Tiernach’s Park on Sunday aiming to make history and become the first side to make it three in-a-row of Ulster senior titles and their seventh in all.Standing in their way will be Donegal who are looking their first title but stamped their mark on this year’s campaign with a highly impressive semi-final victory over Tyrone. Despite that 16 point, win they still enter the decider as massive underdogs against the league champions. Indeed this game is very much like last weekend’s clash between Kilkenny and Galway and everyone knows how that finished up so Donegal will take inspiration from that and will not fear the Monaghan challenge. The sides have met at this stage before with Monaghan coming out on top in 2004 and have been the queens of Ulster football. However, that elusive three in-a-row had eluded them in the past with Armagh ending their hopes in 2006. The Orchard county, along with Tyrone, have also failed to claim a third successive title in the past.Gregory McGonigle’s Monaghan defeated Tyrone the last day out with a superb all round performance. If Donegal are to overcome the odds they will be hoping their dynamic duo of Geraldine McLaughlin and Roisin Curran who between them hit 2-14 the last day are on fire again but they will be coming up against possibly the best full back line in the country at the present moment led by team captain Sharon Courtney.The battle between Monaghan’s Nicola Fahy and Donegal centre half forward Roisin Friel will also be one to watch. Midfield area will be crucial and interesting with Amanda Casey and Cora Courtney up against Aoife McDonnell and Karen Guthrie. While Donegal forwards are dangerous, Monaghan’s too are lethal with so many danger areas and score getters. Experience in finals is of utmost importance and Monaghan’s Niamh Kindlon gives plenty of that to her side. The Magheracloone ace is in sparkling form at present and along with players like Cathriona McConnell, Therese McNally and Ciara McAnespie they have match winners.The question is can Micheal Naughton’s Donegal rediscover their performance from the semi-final and will it be good enough to stop that elusive three in a row and stop Monaghan making history Donegal and Monaghan have named their teams ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Senior Final clash.Monaghan – Linda Martin, Grainne Mc Nally, Sharon Courtney, Christina Reilly, Therese Mc Nally, Nicola Fahy, Aoife Mc Anespie, Amanda casey, Cora Courtney, Ciara Mc Anespie, Laura Mc Enaney, Ellen Mc Carron, Cathriona Mc Connell, Niamh Kindlon and Caoimhe MohanDonegal – Niamh Mailey, Orlagh Carr, Kelly Wilson, Nicole Mc Laughlin, Aoife watters, Grainne Houston, Therese Mc Cafferty, Aoife Mc Donnell, Karen Guthrie, Kate Keaney, Roisin Friel, Karen Feeney, Roisin Curran, Geraldine Mc laughlin and Ciara D shovlin. UP FOR THE CUP! DONEGAL LADIES AIM FOR ULSTER TITLE AT CLONES was last modified: July 12th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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)
Oatfields is bulldozed to the ground this week.Former journalist Amy Rose Harte made a stunning radio documentary which captured the last days of the famous Oatfields Sweet Factory in Letterkenny.In this specially-commissioned piece for Donegal Daily, Amy reveals how she felt when she heard the news that the famous building had been pulled to the ground this week.Amy Rose Harte This week Letterkenny said goodbye to one of the town’s most iconic landmarks with the demolition of Oatfield Sweet Factory.Local wisdom had it that the Oatfield rooftops could be seen from almost everywhere in Letterkenny, regardless of where one stood.But no more.Oatfields, a global success story, was a major employer of the town for many decades, often seeing different generations of the same family coming through the factory doors to boil sweets, churn chocolate or make toffee for a living. Eventually it grew to become Ireland’s oldest and largest confectionary manufacturer, and over time Oatfield Sweets simply became synonymous with Letterkenny.The once proud sweet factory.Such was its inherent place in our local community that for many years, a large siren that rang from the factory site at various points of the working day served as an alarm clock for people in the town.Many of its products – Orange Chocolates, Eskimo Mints, Winter Easers, Liquorice Bon-Bons – remain firm market favourites, while Irish Butter Toffees and Emeralds have never waned in popularity.Oatfield was one of the first manufacturing factories Letterkenny ever had. With its origins in 1927, it survived numerous recessions, and outlived facilities such as Fruit of the Loom, Hospira, and UNIFI, the Donegal Baking Company and many indigenous businesses.Within the industry itself, it was seen as a leader and a maverick, particularly during its heyday – the 60s and 70s. It was among the first manufacturers worldwide to introduce centres to boiled sweets, while its decision to introduce pre-packing equipment in 1968 is heralded as kick-starting the tradition of pre-packing sweets in Ireland.In recent years, Oatfield was still producing 30 varieties of sweets which were ‘‘pure’’, as the company’s motto suggested. Approximately five tonnes of high-boiled sweets, two tonnes of toffee, two tonnes of eclairs and 1.5 tonnes of Emerald toffees were being produced at the factory every day, with recipes largely the same as they were when the company was established by brothers Ira and Haddon McKinney in 1927. The company’s range of high boiled sweets – Eskimo mints, brandy balls and orange chocolates – were produced on Mondays and Tuesdays, while Emeralds, Irish butter toffees and eclairs were made on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Production in recent times was semi-automated, in comparison to years ago, when the sweets were handmade.In its last few years, while a considerable amount of production was being outsourced to the UK, activity at the factory was quite high, and the 52-strong workforce had their hands full. This was due to a major redesign of the company brand, and a recession-related boost in demand for sweets.But recent commercial pressures meant Oatfield’s days were numbered, and it was closed by current owners, Zed Candy, in May 2012.This week marked the final chapter in the charmed history of the sprawling brown-and-mustard edifice that will never be forgotten. Amy Rose Harte’s radio documentary, ‘Oatfields: A Short but Sweet History’ can be listened to here. Edited by Lochlainn Harte.Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/user2465491/oatfields-a-short-but-sweetPart 2: https://soundcloud.com/user2465491/oatfields-a-short-but-sweet-1WHEN LETTERKENNY’S SWEETNESS TURNED SOUR – A PERSONAL STORY was last modified: April 26th, 2014 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:Amy Rose HarteOatfields