The United States (US) says it will look to work with the Sri Lanka Navy for maritime security and stability. “The 21st century is in many ways the Indo-Pacific century, and Sri Lanka is well-positioned to take advantage of its strategic location,” said US Ambassador Atul Keshap. “The United States looks forward to working with the Sri Lanka Navy as a key force for maritime security and stability.” Along with members of the US Embassy, the Sailors and Marines will also take time out of their shore leave to visit local health clinics and schools in Colombo and provide free health screenings. In addition, the ship will donate more than 600 books to a school library.The USS New Orleans is operating in the U.S. Pacific Command area of operations as part of a seven-month deployment to the Middle East and Southeast Asia. Its crew and embarked Marines are also looking forward to experiencing Sri Lanka’s vibrant culture and engaging with its people during their visit. This is the second U.S. Navy ship to visit Sri Lanka in the past four months, following the visit of the U.S. 7th Fleet flagship USS Blue Ridge in March. (Colombo Gazette) Approximately 200 sailors from the Sri Lanka Navy will participate in the two-day humanitarian assistance and disaster relief training, led by members of 13thMEU and experts from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). “We look forward to exchanging best practices with our Sri Lankan partners,” said Major John Arnold, commander of the 13th MEU forces on the USS New Orleans. “Opportunities to exchange expertise on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief help us understand how to best integrate with our regional partners during crisis response.” The USS New Orleans (LPD 18) with embarked 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) will arrive in Sri Lanka for a port visit on July 24. The ship and embarked MEU will be in Sri Lanka to increase bilateral ties with the Sri Lankan Navy and provide US support and training for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
New documents have revealed a long list of allegations against Toronto mayor Rob Ford and his past football coaching.The complaints made by members of the Toronto Catholic District School Board say Ford made players roll around in goose droppings, showed up drunk to the final practice before a championship game, and threatened to beat up a teacher. The complaints also include Ford’s apparent refusal to provide a criminal background check to the board. Ford was removed from his coaching duties in May 2013 after he made comments that suggested his players at Don Bosco Catholic Secondary were gang members. Ford, nor his campaign manager and brother Doug Ford, have responded to the allegations. Ford is running for re-election in the October 27th Toronto municipal election.
The 20-year sentence for Mladen Naletilic, 56, was for eight counts of persecution on political, racial and religious grounds, torture, unlawful labour, wilfully causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health and unlawful transfer of a civilian in the Mostar area.Vinko Martinovic, 39, was sentenced to 18 years on nine counts, including persecutions on political, racial and religious grounds, murder, unlawful labour and inhuman treatment.
According to UNICEF, it will cooperate with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in mounting the operation to help 50,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs), who are now accessible.”The interventions cover water and sanitation, shelter and cooking materials and high protein biscuits for vulnerable children. Planning is underway for the organization of a measles vaccination campaign and an emergency education programme for displaced children,” it said yesterday.UNICEF’s $4.2 million Rapid Response Fund of cash and supplies, supported by the United Kingdom and Norway, enabled it work through partner organizations in sending assistance within 48 hours to people in an acute humanitarian crisis, it said.
The International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda (ICTR) said this was the first case it had decided which specifically concerned the massacres of Tutsi civilians in Gikongoro prefecture and the sentence was based on his participation in the massacres at the Murambi Technical School and in Kaduha Parish.Mr. Simba, who was arrested in Senegal in November 2001, distributed weapons at the school and in Kaduha, according to the court. Militiamen, backed by gendarmes, on 21 April 1994 killed thousands of Tutsi civilians at the school, in nearby Cyanika Parish and in Kaduha Parish, in what the Chamber described as “a highly coordinated operation” involving the support of local authorities and prominent people.The ICTR noted that this operation went on for about 12 hours on a single day. Mr. Simba was a member of the “Comrades of the Fifth of July,” who participated in the coup d’état that brought former President Juvenal Habyarimana, a Hutu, to power in 1973. Mr. Habyarimana died in the crash of a Falcon aircraft on 6 April 1994 in Rwanda, along with his Burundian counterpart Cyprian Ntayamira. The deaths set off a chain of killings throughout Rwanda, with more than 800,000 people, mostly minority Tutsis and moderate Hutus, killed in the genocide. The Court said, however, that it was not convinced that Mr. Simba was one of the architects of the genocide and added that his actions did not show any particular zeal or sadism. In particular, he did not personally kill anyone and only remained at the sites for a brief period. He will receive credit for the 4 years and 16 days he has been in detention since his arrest.The Tribunal has handed down judgements in cases involving 26 people, and 26 other defendants are presently on trial.
Last week, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon congratulated Mr. Keita on his election, as well as the people of Mali, and acknowledged the concession of the second place candidate Soumaïla Cissé, saluting his commitment to democratic principles.The elections were seen as an important step on the path to recovery for Mali. Since early 2012, the country has witnessed a military coup d’état, renewed fighting between Government forces and Tuareg rebels, and the seizure of its northern territory by radical Islamists.In accordance with its mandate, MINUSMA provided technical and logistical assistance for the run-off as well as for the first round of voting held on 28 July, in addition to support to the Malian security authorities.The Mission’s tasks included transporting sensitive and non-sensitive electoral material and staff of national organizations responsible for the elections, supporting the deployment of election observers throughout the country, and supporting the compilation of election results from administrative centres to the capital, Bamako.MINUSMA also helped facilitate the participation of Malian refugees in the election by transferring voting cards to refugees in Mauritania. In addition, the peacekeeping mission supported the Malian Defence and Security Forces in implementing the security plan for the elections.The Mission’s core task is to support the political process in Mali, in close coordination with the African Union (AU) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).
The publication, Reading the past, writing the future: Fifty years of promoting literacy, marks the “uplifting and sobering” fiftieth anniversary of UNESCO’s efforts to mark global progress on literacy, celebrated annually on 8 September as International Literacy Day. The authors of the current report examine the nature and evolution of the educational challenge, and take stock of literacy initiatives worldwide. The spread of literacy among women has been a key feature of the past fifty years. However, the gap between male and female literacy rates only started narrowing from 1990 onwards. UNESCO projects that it is likely to keep unfolding over the period of 2015-30 and beyond. While various positive trends are highlighted, Qian Tang, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Education, in the publication’s foreword, calls for “renewed and strengthened commitment to support literacy promotion for all, including the 758 million youth and adults currently excluded from the networks of written communication.” The authors note that around 1950, just over half of all the world’s people were reported as being literate. Since then, they state, the adult literacy rate has increased by five percentage points every decade on average, to 86 per cent in 2015. Literacy is the ability to identify, understand, interpret, create, communicate and compute, using printed and written materials associated with various contexts. Literacy involves a continuum of learning in enabling individuals to achieve his or her goals, develop his or her knowledge and potential, and participate fully in community and wider society. UNESCO 2005a:21One of the report’s main findings is that there are now more illiterate adults compared with 50 years ago, meaning that literacy efforts have not kept pace with population growth, a trend Mr. Tang finds “troubling”. Resources to educate adultsThe UN’s educational agency identifies sufficient resources for education as one of the bottlenecks for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), specifically Goal 4, on ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all, including for the large and growing group of illiterate adults. The authors find that funding for adult education and literacy has rarely been adequate. UNESCO claims that lack of funding is one of the reasons why progress continues to be slow in certain regions and countries. Among the surveyed countries, only four devote 3 per cent or more of their educational budget to adult education.Total aid to education by the members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is about 1.4 per cent of their total aid budget, according to the UNESCO report, with only a few OECD-members devoting more than 3 per cent of their individual funding to education. Numbers of illiterate adults (aged 15 and above) and illiterate young people (aged 15–24) (million), by region, 1950 and 2015. Graphic: UNESCO Regional disparitiesProgress has been far from uniform across countries and regions. UNESCO defines the spread of literacy among young people – especially young women – as a decisive trend for Western Asia and Northern Africa regions, with regional youth literacy rates reaching almost 95 per cent in 2015. UNESCO argues that the spread of literacy has contributed to the demand for political freedom and socio-economic development expressed by young people in these regions. It also points out that their reading and writing proficiency will be crucial for democratization and stabilization in both regions. Eastern Asia and South-East Asia have almost universalized literacy thanks to steady progress since the 1960s. Most countries in Latin America and the Caribbean have also reached high adult literacy and almost universal youth literacy in recent decades.For decades large-scale adult illiteracy will persist in Southern Asia, UNESCO projects. The number of illiterate adults has merely stabilized, but the region still counts 43.9 million illiterate young people. Progress made in the last 25 years has been hampered by extreme poverty and conflict.Other regions, such as Sub-Saharan Africa and Oceania face specific difficulties. UNESCO warns that both regions cannot be expected to reach universal youth literacy rates by 2030 if current trends continue. It claims that sub-Saharan Africa – accounting for almost half of the world’s illiterate people – is the only region in which the number of illiterate young people kept increasing. The report is based on data from UNESCO Institute of Statistics (UIS) and information from UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning (UIL). The publication analyses trends and impacts of literacy programmes on 50 countries around the world.
OSU senior forward Marc Loving (2) looks down the court to redshirt junior guard Kam Williams (15) during the Buckeyes 78-68 win over Navy on Nov. 11. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo EditorAn upset was not in the cards for the Ohio State men’s basketball team, as the Buckeyes fell to the No. 2 UCLA Bruins 86-73 in the CBS Sports Classic in Las Vegas. After matching pace with UCLA throughout the first half, the Buckeyes fell victim to the up-tempo Bruins offense and the big-play ability of freshman guard Lonzo Ball. Despite 15 team turnovers, an eight point, nine assist and nine rebound performance by Ball powered the Bruins’ 12th win.OSU was led by senior forward Marc Loving, who knocked down 7-of-11 shots, including a 3-for-6 mark from deep to rack up 19 points. Junior forward Jae’Sean Tate added 15 points, but was a non-factor in rebounding and assists, picking up just two boards and one assist.Holding true to its defensive efforts all season, UCLA struggled to limit open looks at the basket for the Buckeyes. As a team, OSU went 29-for-62 from the field, but struggled to find the mark from deep for the second-straight game.The lack of outside production (20.8 percent from 3), paired with 18 turnovers, doomed the Buckeyes down the stretch. OSU was able to grab a 26-25 lead with 6:30 remaining in the first with a bullet pass from sophomore guard JaQuan Lyle to junior forward Keita Bates-Diop that led to a wide-open layup. Bates-Diop finished with 13 points, while Lyle hit just one of his eight shot attempts.However, starting the second half, a 7-0 run by the Bruins two minutes into the period pushed UCLA out in front, and left OSU scrambling to try and catch back up. The Buckeyes did themselves no favors, turning the ball over 10 times in the second, and fouling the Bruins 15 times.Late in the game, after pulling within six points, OSU allowed multiple open looks for UCLA, and the Buckeyes failed to make a field goal in the last 4:05.UCLA sophomore guard Aaron Holiday and senior guard Bryce Alford each poured in 20 points, with five steals from the sophomore guard.With the loss, The Buckeyes are now 8-3 this season. UCLA is still perfect, now with a 12-0 mark this year.OSU returns to Columbus Tuesday to face Youngstown State at 7 p.m. The Penguins are 6-6, and are coming off a 101-97 victory over Niagara University.
Major League Baseball warned Los Angeles Dodger slugger Carl Crawford against wearing the special edition Jackie Robinson cleats he wore as a tribute on Monday.Crawford was among several major league players who received two pairs of the special edition No. 42 cleats produced by Nike Air Jordan — one pair in Brooklyn Dodgers blue, the other pair in white. Instead of wearing a matching pair, Crawford wore s shoe of each color on the 66th anniversary of Robinson breaking the color barrier in the majors. However, the league was not pleased with Crawford’s uniform violation, ESPN reported.According to the network, Crawford said his agent received a call from the league office instructing him not to wear either the blue or white special edition Nike Jordan PEs in a game again.Crawford said he got the idea to wear one blue shoe and one white shoe after seeing on the clubhouse TV that Jimmy Rollins had changed shoes between his at-bats Monday night.“I was like, ‘OK, he had a little fun with it, so let me have fun with it,’ ” Crawford said. “The league doesn’t want us to have any fun, I guess.”Crawford went 3 for 5 with one blue shoe and one white, so you could see from a baseball superstitious standpoint how he’d want to defy the rules and keep wearing those shoes. But he was back to typical blue cleats for batting practice Tuesday.
Earlier this year, a group led by Microsoft pulled off one of the largest coordinated takedowns of a botnet ever. The target was Rustock, a notorious pharmaceutical spam machine that controlled nearly a million PCs at the height of its power. Almost overnight, global spam levels dropped by 25% following Rustock’s demise and within weeks the volume had fallen another 15%.Other networks are still alive and kicking, however. Cutwail remains a force to be reckoned with, and it’s now pushing more than gambling and singles sites or cheap prescription drugs. Cutwail has been pumping out nearly twice the malware-laden spam that it normally does.M86 Security Labs has shared a chart showing the flow of malware it’s detected, and you can clearly see the trend. Since January, malware attachments have been more and more common. The bundle being delivered typically includes fake antivirus or system tuning software, the SpyEye malware, and the Cutwail spambot code.The malicious emails are easy enough to detect, and you may already have seen some like what Cutwail sends out. A .ZIP or .RAR attachment is always included, and subjects range from bogus FedEx and UPS tracking information to fraudulent credit card charge “alerts” to invoices and changelogs.Avoiding infection is simple enough. Most of the time the messages won’t be addressed in your name — or even the name of anyone you know. Some use a more generic greeting like “Guest,” but those are often reportedly sent from swanky digs like the Ritz-Carlton Hotel — so if you haven’t stayed there, you probably don’t need to open that attachment. Messagess are also typically riddled with bad grammar and the sender’s address (email@example.com) doesn’t even bother to match the business’s name in the message.More at M86 Security
Plantronics annonce l’oreillette Voyager Pro HDLa société Plantronics a dévoilé le Voyager Pro HD. Une oreillette à reconnaissance vocale haute définition et qui s’adapte automatiquement aux contextes de vos communications. La société Plantronics a dévoilé son dernier modèle d’oreillette, la Voyager Pro HD. C’est un casque compatible Bluetooth A2DP équipé du système de reconnaissance vocale haute définition Vocalyst. Son design est également très attractif et futuriste. Une oreillette du plus bel effet ! À lire aussiDes mondes virtuels qui nuisent à l’équilibre personnelMais l’appareil est surtout équipé de capteurs capables d’identifier si l’oreillette est portée ou pas, et de l’optimiser en fonction de l’utilisation que l’on souhaite en faire : conversation avec smartphone, webcam, conférence. Le Voyager Pro HD est compatible avec l’application InstantMeeting, particulièrement adapté aux situations de conférences ou de réunions. Le Voyager Pro HD est un modèle haut de gamme qui est annoncé par Plantronics au tarif de 99.99 dollars, soit un peu moins de 73 euros.Le 12 octobre 2011 à 09:34 • Maxime Lambert
Twitter Facebook Results courtesy of WWE.com.WWE Main Event results, Dec. 23, 2014: The fight before ChristmasSioux City, IOWA – Twas two nights before Christmas and WWE Main Event brought the action to WWE Network! Cesaro and Tyson Kidd faced off against Los Matadores, Summer Rae battled Brie Bella, Big E faced the cosmic magic of Stardust and Luke Harper looked to take out his aggression on Jack Swagger.Cesaro & Tyson Kidd def. Los MatadoresLooking to make a statement two nights before Christmas, Tyson Kidd and Cesaro made their way to WWE Main Event poised to take down Los Matadores – fresh off a huge victory against former WWE Tag Team Champions Gold & Stardust on Raw.Kidd and Cesaro are both aggressive competitors and the mix of Kidd’s agility and technical ability with Cesaro’s power complement each other well. Their relentless offense and teamwork paid off in a big way as they controlled a majority of the bout from the opening bell, rarely letting Diego or Fernando get the upper hand. After a dominating performance, Cesaro and Kidd executed a devastating maneuver that displayed their respective power and agility to secure the victory.Brie Bella def. Summer RaeBrie Bella and Summer Rae locked up on WWE Main Event as Brie’s sister – and WWE Divas Champion – Nikki looked on from ringside. A former wearer of the Divas Title, Brie didn’t waste any time taking control of the bout. Summer Rae struggled to defend herself from the onslaught, but managed to swing momentum in her favor. Her supremacy in the ring was short-lived as Brie Mode was in full effect. Once again mounting a ferocious offense, Brie took her opponent down with a dropkick from the turnbuckle and picked up the win.Big E def. StardustA New Day descended upon WWE Main Event as Big E went one-on-one with Stardust in the ultimate battle of power against cosmic awareness. As the opening bell sounded, Big E immediately put his size and power to use, sending Stardust from the ring to rethink his strategy. Regardless of his recalibrating, Big E still maintained an advantage with his raw strength, once again forcing Stardust to refocus his attacks. This proved useful as the bizarre Superstar took control, remaining on an offensive that kept Big E off his feet.After trading momentum, Stardust seemed to have the match won after Big E was distracted by Goldust, knocking him off the ring apron. Ready to secure victory, Stardust leapt onto the top rope, however Goldust pulled the rope down to get back to his feet, inadvertently causing Stardust to fall. The cosmic folly allowed Big E to execute The Big Ending and secure the win.Luke Harper def. Jack SwaggerStill reeling from his failure to recapture the Intercontinental Championship from Dolph Ziggler on Raw, Luke Harper aimed to take his frustrations out on a former World Heavyweight Champion – Jack Swagger. As the opening bell sounded, the bout seemed evenly matched as the NCAA All-American held his own with the brutish Harper. However, Harper’s strength and pure power swung the match in his favor. Methodically dismantling The Real American, Harper took out his frustrations until Swagger fought back, nearly making his opponent tap out to The Patriot Lock. Breaking free of the hold, Harper struck back with his signature clothesline and claimed victory. Pinterest Seth Rollins appears at NXT event in his hometown, WWE stars meet NY Mets players Luke Harper requests release from WWE, announces decision in a tweet Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WWE RAW Results – 4/22/19 (New era begins following the 2019 Superstar Shake-up) Google+ WhatsApp
Former Manchester United reserves coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes that Manchester United and France international midfielder Paul Pogba can remain at United and have the team build around him as he is so essential to the club.The 25-year-old has drawn attention to himself from Barcelona this month after an impressive performance during the 2018 World Cup in Russia.There are also reports that United refused to accept an offer of over £45m plus Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes for Pogba earlier this week.“I would [build the team around him], absolutely no doubt. I had him with David [Gray] and Etzaz [Hussain] who is playing for me tomorrow,” said Solskjaer, with the Molde boss speaking ahead of their Europa League qualifier at Hibernian on Thursday as quoted in Sky Sports.Solskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“That just shows how far the kid has come. Paul is a fantastic kid so hopefully we can build the team around him and keep him.”Paul Pogba returned to training on Monday following his World Cup winning campaign with France.On the other hand, United’s Premier League campaign will start on Friday Night.
The agent of Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has dropped a hint over the future of his client, who is currently in negotiations over a new contract.Ramsey is in the last year of his current contract with Arsenal and is evaluating his importance to the team. According to Team Talk, his agent has given fans a clue pertaining to his future.Unai Emery’s selection decisions have cast doubt in Ramsey’s mind over whether he has a future at Arsenal, which made him to confront his new boss.Unai Emery said: “I spoke with him last week. I said, ‘I want you focused only on training and only on the match, you show us the capacity to help the team’.“The contract is another thing for his agent and the club, but we want – and I need – his focus only on training, on the match and his performance each day.“I want the player to be focused only on Saturday. So that our players give our supporters quality and energy.”Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.On Tuesday morning, Ramsey’s agent Avid Sports and Entertainment Group took to Twitter to write: “Hoping for some big news today!”Hoping for some big news today! #AvidSports— Avid Sports & Entertainment Group (@avid_se) August 28, 2018The tweet has fuelled speculation that he may have agreed on a new deal with Arsenal.
Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 11 Nov 2014 – As Tourism Environmental Awareness Month continues in the Turks and Caicos, we reflect on what Premier and Tourism Minister Hon Dr. Rufus Ewing shared at the recently held National Tourism Symposium. Held over two days, the leader of the Opposition, Hon Sharlene Robinson was also a part of the inaugural day of the inaugural ceremony. Offering this: I have no doubt that for the foreseeable future, tourism will remain the mainstay of our country’s economy. I am equally convinced that there is much more we can do to improve our product and offering to satisfy and woo our guests. There must be a deliberate plan and course of action concerning this and this is the all important first step. Though we term this a “new vision”, there must remain certain consistencies and determinations without compromise – it must be sustainable; it must be trendy and flexible; we must continue an open dialogue with those whom we cater to; we must attempt to keep their experience unique and exclusive; and extremely important, it must be environmentally friendly.” As TEAM month continues, so does the development of a National Tourism strategy; consultants KPMG have now completed public and closed door meetings… the questionnaire and solicitation of ideas from the general public continues. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI: Savory favors investor residency status, heralds KPMG economic report, says Caicos link is economic lifeline Related Items:KPMG, national tourism strategy, premier rufus ewing, sharlene cartwright-robinson Premier attends town hall meetings TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA
Georginio Wijnaldum has urged his teammates to fight on despite the blip they suffered at the Etihad Stadium.The Reds unbeaten run came to an end after Man City beat them 2-1 on Thursday night as goals from Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane gave the hosts three points.Firmino’s equaliser wasn’t enough to salvage a point for Klopp’s men but Dutch midfielder Wijnaldum believes the loss will not dent their title aspirations.“I think we did enough to get a point and we could have won it also,” Wijnaldum told Liverpoolfc.com after the final whistle at Etihad Stadium.“We were quite unlucky with the chances but we also could lose it – like we have now. We just have to keep the confidence and try to win the next game.Top 5 Premier League players to watch for next weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Premier League’s Top 5 players to watch this weekend.After…“They cleared well and we hit the post. They also had two or three chances so it could have gone either way; we could have won, drawn or lost. At the end, we were unlucky and they won the game.”“We knew before it would be a hard game and we would have to give everything to win the game,” said the Netherlands international.“A few games this season we were lucky we have scored goals, and tonight we were quite unlucky with the chances that we had. That’s football.“Sometimes you have games where you score a lot and score with every chance that you get – and sometimes you don’t. What we have to do now is to keep our confidence and win the next game.”
The defense attorney of a Yacolt man accused of poisoning his girlfriend and then shooting her this month requested a mental evaluation to determine whether he’s competent to proceed.Michael T. Boswell, 29, will be evaluated by Western State Hospital psychologists to determine whether he understands the allegations against him and can assist in his own defense.His case will be reviewed Dec. 21. He is charged with first-degree attempted murder.Boswell was arrested Nov. 14 after he allegedly shot his live-in girlfriend, Jessica Fix, at the house they share with Fix’s parents at 17605 N.E. Lucia Falls Road. Fix, 25, was shot in the head but managed to drive herself to the Battle Ground Fred Meyer, where friends took her to the hospital. Her condition Tuesday wasn’t immediately available, but detectives have said her injuries don’t appear to be life-threatening.Sheriff’s detectives investigating the case reportedly found evidence that Boswell may have laced Fix’s peppermint tea with high levels of acetaminophen; her liver was found to be failing.Fix said Boswell was upset because she had met someone new at the Portland strip club where she dances and had said she wanted to end their relationship, according to court documents.
MIAMI (WSVN) – University of Miami Hurricanes fans are getting ready for this weekend’s big game against the University of Florida Gators.Wynwood smelled like smoked gators as the spirited rivalry played out at J Wakefield Brewing.In honor of the first college football game of the season, the owner teamed up with Hate Mondays Tavern and Dyme Lyfe to throw a pep rally.An appropriate food item was on the menu: alligator.“Gators ain’t got no chance,” said … “We eat ’em right now.”The Hurricanes and Gators kick-off the college football season at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando this Saturday.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
According to the online dispatch released on Saturday, February 24, Jessie Knisley, age 30 of Kenai, stopped in a pullout to check the straps on his trailer. Knisley was driving a 2015 Ford pickup and was pulling a trailer. Allchin veered off the road due to distracted driving and struck the truck and trailer. Knisley was standing on the trailer at the time of the collision and was thrown off the trailer. Knisley was transported to Central Peninsula Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries by Cooper Landing EMS. Allchin was cited for the crash. Christopher Allchin, age 43 of Eagle River, was driving north on the Seward Highway in a green 1995 Subaru Impreza. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaska State Troopers responded to mile post 52.5 of the Seward Highway for the report of a two vehicle crash, on February 23.