Antique urges parents to vaccinate kids vs polio

first_imgAbiera said FIC means a child has been immunizedagainst polio, Hepatitis B, and other childhood diseases. Integrated Provincial Health Office-Antique urges parents to have their children immunized with polio vaccine due to the reemergence of the viral disease in the country. PNA “We, however, believe there are still childrenwho were not able to have their full immunization last year and so weencouraged parents to cope with their missed immunization,” Abiera said, addingthat children, who missed their polio immunization, could still have it untilfive years old. He said parents should carry out stricthygiene among their children like hand-washing before and after eating.  “We are now strengthening our routinevaccination so that the children when they reach 1-year-old, would become fullyimmunized children (FIC),” he added. He added the target was a projected figurebased on the data provided by the Philippine Statistics Authority. “Our target last year was 16,280 1-year-oldchildren but health workers reported only 9,191 FIC,” Abiera said. SAN JOSE, Antique – The Integrated ProvincialHealth Office (IPHO) in this province urges parents to have their childrenimmunized with polio vaccine due to the reemergence of the viral disease in thecountry. Provincial health officer Dr. Leoncio AbieraJr. on Wednesday said parents should bring their children to rural healthcenters for vaccination. Last year, a total of 9,191 children aged one,were considered FIC in Antique. “We know that the mode of transmission onpolio is fecal-oral so children have to really practice hand-washing,” addedAbiera.(With a report from PNA/PN)last_img read more

Cricket News Varun Chakaravarthy- Rs 8.4 crore IPL Auction buy – says why he is excited to play for Kings XI Punjab

first_imgNew Delhi: Minutes after he was picked for Rs 8.4 crore by Kings XI Punjab in the 2019 Indian Premier League Auction, the phone has not stopped ringing for Varun Chakaravarthy, the 27-year-old Tamil Nadu ‘mystery’ spinner who created a sensation. “About 600-700 journalists have called so far,” Chakaravarthy said with a tired yet content voice after he had created a sensation in the auction in Jaipur on Tuesday. The young lad’s journey is unique devoid of all the masala elements of Bollywood or Hollywood. Chakaravarthy’s story is the classic story of all middle-class youth, who struggle to find the right balance between a serious academic career or a sporting career.Chakaravarthy’s story was well-highlighted before the auction started. He did not do well in sports in school, quit the game, studied hard and pursued a career as an architect. Suddenly, one day, he had enough and was prepared to jump back in the game. He dusted his kitbag, got back into the cricketing fray and his journey began. “I was just not happy in architecture. I could not express myself. I decided to give one last shot in cricket. If I did not gain much success, I was prepared to stay in architecture,” Chakaravarthy said in an exclusive chat to News Nation. Unique comebackAt the age of 25, making a cricket comeback is not easy for an individual in India, considering the regimented pathway many youngsters go through via U-16, U-19, U-23 before getting into Ranji Trophy. However, for Chakaravarthy, the IPL has provided opportunities to make rapid strides. After a stellar performance with a TNCA fourth-division club, he was picked in the Tamil Nadu Premier League where he played for the Karaikudi Kaalai franchise. Although success did not come immediately, things still worked out well for him. Read More | IPL Auction: Varun Chakaravarthy creates sensation, sold for Rs 8.4 Cr“In the first year, I played for the Karaikudi Kaalai franchise. In that team, there was a video analyst Hari who spotted me. Next year, I went to the Madurai Panthers team but I did not get to play many games. But this year, it all changed. I got massive support from all the senior players in the side, especially from KB Arun Karthick, Thalaivan Sargunam,” Chakaravarthy said. Read More | IPL 2019 Auction: Unadkat, Chakravarthy and Curran get big bucksChange it did. He was the star for Madurai Panthers and his economy rate of 4.7 gave the franchise their first title. More success followed in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, with 22 wickets in nine games for Tamil Nadu. All this culminated on Auction day which was in Jaipur. When Chakaravarthy’s game was announced, the Chennai lad expressed his state of emotions. ‘Glad to be with Ashwin’“I was at home with my parents and we were glued to the TV,” Chakaravarthy said. As the price increased, the excitement went up. “I was just happy that my talent was recognised,” apt came the answer. Chakaravarthy was picked by Kings XI Punjab and he secured the joint-highest bid by an Indian in the auction, level with Jaydev Unadkat. Hailing from Tamil Nadu, there would have been a temptation to play for the Chennai Super Kings, the three-time IPL champions. However, Chakaravarthy gave a surprising answer.Read More | IPL Auction: Prayas Barman, Prabhsimran Singh – the young millionaires“I am from Chennai. However, I am glad that I am going to Kings XI Punjab as I will be playing with Ravichandran Ashwin. I spoke with Ash and he was very excited. The hard work begins now,” Chakaravarthy said. The immediate aim for Chakaravarthy, though, was brushing up on his Hindi. “Konjam teriyum (I know a little)”, said the 27-year-old on his Hindi and he joked he had to take Ashwin’s help in understanding. When asked how much he knew Hindi, he replied, “Balle Balle”, which is a trademark phrase in Punjab.Chakaravarthy’s comeback is an inspiration for people who are caught in the crossroads of a career. The Tamil Nadu youngster signs off by saying, “Give it your best shot and decide whether you can do the best in what you choose. There is no specific time and place to do it,” Chakaravarthy said. After getting Rs 8.4 crore, these words are indeed significant. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Update on the latest sports

first_img Associated Press VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSIOC chief invokes Trump in defense of Olympic decisionUNDATED (AP) — A day after postponing the Tokyo Olympics, International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach is invoking comments by President Donald Trump to defend himself from criticism.Bach spoke to about 400 reporters on a conference call and was asked why it took so long to postpone the Tokyo Games amid growing concern among athletes about the coronavirus pandemic. He noted that many governments have imposed social limits only into next month or early May, and pointed to Trump’s hope of easing restrictions by mid-April.Bach said “we were in line with these developments” until World Health Organization leaders said Monday that the outbreak was accelerating. March 25, 2020 TRANSGENDER ATHLETES-HIGH SCHOOLUS Justice Department: Don’t treat trans athletes as girlsHARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The U.S. Justice Department is getting involved in a federal civil rights lawsuit that seeks to block transgender athletes in Connecticut from competing as girls in interscholastic sports.Attorney General William Barr signed what is known as a statement of interest Tuesday, arguing against the policy of the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference, the board that oversees the state’s high school athletic competitions.The conference allows athletes to compete as the gender with which they identify, arguing it is following a state law that requires high school students be treated according to their gender identity. It also argues the policy is in accordance with Title IX, the federal law that allows girls equal educational opportunities, including in athletics. Update on the latest sports KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to one-year deals with defensive tackle Mike Pennel and fullback Anthony Sherman, continuing their trend of keeping low-cost valuable contributors to their Super Bowl run on the roster.Sherman will be entering his 10th season in the league and his eighth in Kansas City, and has become a useful piece not only as a blocker and short-yardage back but also catching passes out of the backfield. Sherman also has been a key piece of a special teams group that has consistently ranked among the league’s best.Pennel signed with the Chiefs midway through last season when a rash of injuries to the interior defensive line left them in desperate need of depth. He wound up playing eight games — the Chiefs won all of them — with 24 tackles and a sack.COLLEGE FOOTBALL-WASHINGTON STATE-BEEKMANPolice: Washington State safety Bryce Beekman found dead — NASCAR says in a memo to teams that one of its employees at track at Atlanta Motor Speedway two weeks ago has tested positive for the coronavirus. The employee was not identified and NASCAR said the individual has been receiving medical care and all potentially exposed have been told to self-quarantine. NASCAR was scheduled to race at Atlanta March 15 without spectators. But two days prior to the race, NASCAR postponed Atlanta and last weekend’s race at Homestead-Miami Speedway, which instead was converted into a virtual iRacing event broadcast on Fox Sports 1 with 35 drivers. NASCAR has suspended its season through May 9 and will race at least five more iRaces, televised on Fox, during the stoppage.— Roger Federer and his wife Mirka say they have donated $1 million “for the most vulnerable families” in Switzerland. Federer writes on his social media accounts that “these are challenging times for everyone and nobody should be left behind.” The announcement was the first post on his Twitter and Instagram accounts in more than three weeks. Federer underwent surgery on his right knee five weeks ago and hoped to return for grass-court tournaments in June. The men’s tennis tour has since shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Federer says he and wife hope “others might join in supporting more families in need.”— Experts are pointing to a Feb. 19 soccer game as one of the biggest reasons why the Italian city of Bergamo (BEHR’-gah-moh) has become an epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. On that day a third of the Italian city’s population made the short trip to Milan to watch their team play Spanish club Valencia. Nearly 2,500 fans from Spain also traveled to the match. Two days later, the region’s first case of locally transmitted COVID-19 was reported. More than a third of Valencia’s team eventually became infected following what some are calling “Game Zero.”NFL-CHIEFS-FREE AGENCYChiefs agree to 1-year deals with DT Pennel, FB Sherman — The Kontinental Hockey League has given up on trying to reschedule its playoffs and canceled the remainder of the season. The Russia-based KHL is widely considered to be the strongest league outside the NHL. It was due to play its conference semifinals when play was suspended because of the coronavirus outbreak. Teams from Finland and Kazakhstan withdrew because of travel and safety concerns, leaving the league with six teams in an eight-team bracket. The KHL tried to draw up a new playoff system and considered resuming in June and July but has now decided to focus on preparing for a 2020-21 season. It’s unclear how or even whether a champion will be declared. The league says the board will discuss how to allocate finishing positions.— Major League Soccer has extended its moratorium on team training through April 3 and still wants players to stay in their team’s local market. MLS has targeted May 10 as a potential return date. Team training facilities may be used only for physical therapy purposes at the direction of the team’s medical staff.— The All England Club says it is still evaluating whether to postpone or cancel Wimbledon because of the coronavirus pandemic and plans to make a decision next week. That’s when the club’s main board is scheduled to hold an emergency meeting. Main-draw play at Wimbledon is slated to start June 29 and preparations for the tournament are supposed to begin in late April. Playing without fans has been ruled out. Wimbledon hasn’t been canceled since World War II.— Chicago’s United Center is going to be turned into a logistics hub to help with Illinois’ response to the novel coronavirus. The arena that is home to the Bulls and the Blackhawks and the surrounding area will be used for front-line food distribution, first responder staging and collecting medical supplies.— Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns says his mother is hospitalized and in a medically-induced coma after contracting the new coronavirus. Towns talked about the condition of his mother, Jacqueline Cruz, early Wednesday on his Instagram page. He said both his parents went to the hospital recently and were tested for the disease. While his father was released and told to quarantine at home, his mother’s condition deteriorated to the point where she was put on a ventilator and placed in a coma. Towns urged his followers to take COVID-19 seriously and practice social distancing.center_img Bach and the IOC faced mounting criticism last week from athletes, including Olympic gold medalists, for continuing to publicly support holding the Tokyo Games as scheduled from July 24-Aug. 9. The Canadian Olympic committee said before the decision it would not send a team to Tokyo in 2020. Even Trump said on March 12 at the White House that the Olympics should be postponed for a year.The IOC board eventually decided on Tuesday, with Japanese government agreement, to delay until 2021. The postponement calls for the Tokyo Games to take place no later than next summer.In other developments news related to the pandemic:— NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has instructed the 32 teams to close their facilities to all but a select few employees by 6 p.m. Wednesday. In a memo to the teams, Goodell said the restrictions meant as a safeguard against the new coronavirus will be in force until at least April 8. Then the league will re-evaluate, using advice from medical experts and health authorities. The few exceptions include trainers and doctors treating players, security and technology personnel.— The NHL’s chief medical officer expects the coronavirus pandemic to get worse before it gets better in North America. Dr. Winne Meeuwisse says it is difficult to predict when cases of COVID-19 might peak or decrease. That uncertainty makes it unclear when players might be able to get back on the ice in small groups, let alone when games might resume. He says different regional or local health recommendations and lockdown protocols could affect how the league proceeds. Deputy commissioner Bill Daly believes it’s too early to know whether fans would be allowed in whenever hockey is back. Former Texas A&M basketball player David Edwards dead at 48COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Former Texas A&M basketball player David Edwards, whose single-season school record for assists has stood for more than 25 years, has died in his home state of New York. He was 48.The school said in a news release that Edwards died Monday. Former teammate Charles Henderson posted on social media that Edwards died of complications from the new coronavirus. The Associated Press couldn’t independently confirm Henderson’s account.Edwards, who was from New York City, played three seasons for the Aggies from 1991-94 after transferring from Georgetown. He is second to Alex Caruso on Texas A&M’s career list in assists (602) and steals (228). Edwards averaged 13.5 points per game.Edwards played 31 games at Georgetown in 1989-90, averaging 5.4 points and 4.8 assists in 20 minutes per game before transferring and sitting out a year. The Justice Department, in its filing, disagrees. Barr and the other department officials say the policy “deprives those women of the single-sex athletic competitions that are one of the marquee accomplishments of Title IX.”The lawsuit was filed in February by three female runners who say they have been deprived of wins, state titles and athletic opportunities by being forced to compete against transgender athletes.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Washington State senior defensive back Bryce Beekman has died.Police in Pullman, Washington, say the 22-year-old was found dead in his apartment by an officer who responded to a call for help involving “breathing problems.”Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins says there were no signs of foul play and that the Whitman County coroner will determine the cause of death.Beekman started all 13 games last season for Washington State after transferring from Arizona Western College. He finished fifth on the team with 60 tackles and one interception. He was expected to be part of an experienced Washington State secondary going into this season.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-OBIT-DAVID EDWARDS Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMLB-NEWSMLB to air teams’ `greatest hits’ instead of opening day gamesUNDATED (AP) — Major League Baseball will air 30 games across its digital platforms on Thursday, giving fans plenty of hardball to choose from on an opening day postponed by the coronavirus pandemic. With its season delayed until at least mid-May, MLB will air one memorable game for each franchise on its YouTube, Twitter and Facebook pages. The list includes Dave Roberts’ series-shifting stolen base for the Boston Red Sox in Game 4 of the 2003 AL Championship Series, the Chicago Cubs ending their championship drought in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series, and perfect games by Félix Hernández and Mark Buehrle (BUR’-lee).MLB Network plans to broadcast classic opening day games throughout the day, including Derek Jeter’s debut in 1996, and SiriusXM also plans to carry memorable season openers. ESPN2 is airing a Home Run Derby marathon starting with Pete Alonso’s impressive show from last summer.In other baseball news:— Toronto Blue Jays general manager Ross Atkins is pitching an idea to help big league teams squeeze in more games once the season resumes. Atkins is floating the prospect of playing seven-inning doubleheaders. Those have long been a staple of minor league baseball. Atkins says seven-inning twinbills could add more games in a condensed season without exhausting pitching staffs. Opening day has been postponed until at least mid-May because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Blue Jays were set to begin the 2020 season at home against the Boston Red Sox tomorrow afternoon.— Injured New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge still hasn’t resumed baseball activities. Judge didn’t play in any spring training games because of discomfort in his right pectoral muscle and shoulder that he felt when swinging. The Yankees said March 6 that the 2017 AL Rookie of the Year had a stress fracture to his first right rib, an injury likely dating from a diving catch late last season. Yankees manager Aaron Boone says Judge will be evaluated again in a few weeks.last_img

Narine shackles England as Windies claim sole T20

first_imgWEST Indies produced a watertight bowling performance to strangle England and claim victory by 21 runs in the one-off Twenty20 international at Durham on Saturday.Chasing 177 for victory, the hosts looked well on course after Alex Hales blasted 43 from just 17 balls to light up the powerplay overs on a bitterly cold night at Chester-le-Street.But Sunil Narine’s 2-15 turned the screw as only Jos Buttler – who passed 1,000 T20I runs in making 30 – and Jonny Bairstow (27) offered any hope before the home side fell well short, all out for 155.In truth, England ought to have been chasing in excess of 200 after a destructive opening stand from Evin Lewis (51) and Chris Gayle – whose first six in his 40 from 21 was his 100th maximum in T20Is.Liam Plunkett (3-27) and Adil Rashid (3-25) dragged the hosts back into contention, but Eoin Morgan’s side were left to rue failures with the bat as Narine turned the screw and ensured the Windies’ white-ball stars did what their Test colleagues could not, after a 2-1 defeat in the five-day arena.Gayle’s milestone moment arrived from his seventh delivery, dispatching David Willey over midwicket, and he followed that up by crashing the next ball over the bowler’s head, narrowly missing a media box window.The best of his four maximums went like a tracer bullet over cover off Chris Jordan, before Lewis got in on the act by taking 16 from Tom Curran’s first three balls of the sixth over.Gayle’s fun came to an end after the powerplay, though, as he ambled lazily for a single and was run out smartly by a combination of Jason Roy and Plunkett.Plunkett continued to check the Windies’ progress by removing Lewis, Marlon Samuels and Kieron Pollard in his final two overs, while his Yorkshire team-mate Rashid followed suit in claiming three scalps as the tourists somewhat limped through to 176-9 from the remainder of their allocation.England’s reply got off to the worst possible start as Roy fell to the first ball, and Rovman Powell’s drop of Hales four deliveries later proved costly, the opener thumping eight fours and a six to get the hosts ahead of the rate.But he, Joe Root and Morgan fell in successive overs to leave England 68-4 – a wobble steadied by Buttler and Bairstow, their 50 stand brought up in glorious fashion as the latter drove Pollard over wide long-off for six.Buttler holed out immediately afterwards, though, and when Bairstow perished it left England’s tail too much to do as the Windies were able to warm themselves with a well-earned victory.(Omnisport).last_img read more

Archery Guyana represented at Lima 2019 Pan Am Games

first_imgARCHERY Guyana (AG) is being represented at the Lima 2019 Pan Am Games by Wayne Gerald DeAbreu.Wayne DeAbreu taking aim in LimaIt is the final qualification tournament for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games as part of the fifth World Archery Ranking Tournament in Santiago de Chile, Chile.DeAbreu secured 32nd spot after shooting a score of 594 during the 72 Arrows Ranking Round on Tuesday April 2.On Wednesday, April 3, he opened the day with a win against Barbados in the first round before losing to Bolivia later that day.He is up against Ecuador next.last_img

Liam Kearns to decide on his future as Armagh loss marks end of term

first_imgLiam Kearns’ two-year term as manager has come to an end with a loss to Armagh in the qualifiers of the football championship.It’s not yet known if he’ll continue in the role, and said after the game that he will talk to the various stakeholders in Tipperary football and his family before deciding on if he should continue.With Kearns at the helm of Tipperary he’s taken the players to an All-Ireland semi-final last year, and earned promotion to Division Two of the National League this year.Speaking to Tipp FM Sport after the game Liam Kearns said that what he decides to do will be in “the best interests of Tipperary football”…last_img

Real the star attraction at Club World Cup

first_imgThe Club World Cup will go ahead despite Moroccan authorities trying to have the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, due to be staged in the country in January and February, postponed because of the Ebola epidemic. European giants Real Madrid will face either Mexican side Cruz Azul or Asian champions Western Sydney Wanderers for a place in the final of the Club World Cup, which kicks off in Morocco on Dec. 10. The PFA said the club wants to pay players 10 percent of prize money, fees and bonuses from the Club World Cup, valued at least $1 million (810,000 euros). But the players believe they are due 50 percent. Western Sydney Wanderers and Algeria’s Setif, the recently crowned African champions, make up the numbers. Cruz Azul won the Concacaf Champions League title while the Sydney club beat Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal for the Asian title. The December 10-20 Club World Cup tournament will be played at Rabat and Marrakech and features seven clubs: Real, Auckland City of New Zealand who are champions of Oceania, Cruz Azul, Moghreb Athletic of Tetouan from the host nation as well as Argentina’s San Lorenzo, the Copa Libertadores winners. The footballers argue that under their collective bargaining agreement, a club must pay players at least half of all prize money, fees and bonuses after winning the AFC Champions League (ACL). “It’d be special to win it, but it won’t be easy.”        The other team to go straight into the semi-finals are top Argentine club San Lorenzo, of whom Pope Francis is a fervent supporter. “The group is fully aware of the importance of lifting this title and we are keen to keep winning. It’s a dream for me to compete in it because of how hard it is to qualify and I’ll try to enjoy it as much as possible. And it will be the star-studded Cristiano Ronaldo-fired Real side that shall surely attract most attention in their bid to emulate last year’s winners Bayern Munich and continue European domination of the tournament. They will play the winners of the first quarter-final between Algerian outfit Setif and the winners of a preliminary play-off pitching hosts Moghreb Athletic Tetouan against tournament regulars Auckland. Real right-back Dani Carvajal admitted that adding a new title to their honours in the shape of the Club World Cup was his team’s driving goal. “To win the Club World Cup is a massive motivation and would be a great end to the season,” he said in a Twitter live chat organised by his club. The Asian champions left for the north African country with no agreement between the club and its players over how much they will be paid for taking part. “The players’ decision to get on the plane was a show of good faith,” a Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) spokesman told AFP. Since its launch in 2000, Corinthians of Brazil have won twice, the last time in 2012, but aside from that there has been a roll call of European giants’ victories since 2007, including AC Milan, Inter Milan, Manchester United and Barcelona, twice, to go along with Bayern. There has, however, been drama for antipodean rivals Sydney, who have travelled to Morocco despite fears they could boycott the tournament over a pay dispute.last_img read more

Rafael Nadal to sue former French government minister over doping allegations

first_imgRafael Nadal says he will sue a former member of the French government over claims he missed eight months in 2012 due to a “positive doping test”.Roselyne Bachelot, 69, was Minister for Health and Sport between 2007 to 2010 under former French president Nicolas Sarkozy.”A minister of France should be serious,” said Nadal, who reached the third round of the Indian Wells Masters with a 6-2 3-6 6-4 win over Gilles Muller on Sunday evening.”This time is the time to go against her. We are going to sue her”This is going to be the last one, because I’m going to sue her. I am tired about these things. I let it go a few times in the past. Not any more.”Bachelot made the claim after Nadal missed eight months of action in late 2012 and early 2013 with a knee injury. He was forced to sit out the London Olympics, the 2012 US Open and the 2013 Australian Open because of a stomach virus. “When you see a tennis player stopping for months, it’s because there’s been a positive control,” said Bachelot.The 14-times Grand Slam winner also plans to sue anybody who makes similar allegations in the future.Nadal referred to his personal situation after Maria Sharapova last week tested positive for using a newly banned drug Meldonium.”I am a completely clean guy,” said Nadal. “I have never had the temptation of doing something wrong.”– Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Sumner County Court Docket: Attorney filings for the past week

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following are recent district court filings by the Sumner County Attorney’s office for the past week.  •James Christy, III, born in 1981, of Belle Plaine was charged with three counts of domestic battery and one count of disorderly conduct for a domestic incident that occurred on Jan. 18, 2013.Christy III is accused of unlawfully causing physical contact with his father in a rude, insulting and angry manner when he allegedly returned from the bar upset that his father had made his sister leave the bar because she was underage. He is accused of punching him and choking him.Christy III is then accused of physically contacting his brother in a rude and angry manner who came to his father’s aid. Then on the next night sometime between 11 p.m. and 1:30 a.m., the father returned to the residence and another argument started. As the father went outside to try to get into a vehicle to leave, Christy III allegedly pursued and pinned his father to the ground and tried to choke him.He also allegedly used abusive language which alarmed both his father and brother.•Crystal Mason, born in 1985 of Caldwell has been charged with domestic battery, aggravated battery, possession of drug paraphernalia and aggravated assault for an incident on Feb. 6, 2013.Mason is accused of angrily pulling the bedcovers off her boyfriend and trying to stab him with a drug needle.  She then allegedly left the room obtained a kitchen knives and returned to the room and stabbed him in the back and shoulder causing him to defend himself and try to flee the situation after or as he incurred three or four stab wounds.Then according to the court complaint, she used or possessed drug paraphernalia, i.e. a syringe needle and black safe with intent to store, contain, conceal, inject, ingest, inhale or otherwise introduce a controlled substance into her body. Mason allegedly had her drug needle which she habitually used to take methamphetamine and solicited her boyfriend to use it.He declined, and she allegedly tried to stab him with the syringe.She then allegedly took a kitchen knife and pursued her boyfriend causing him to flee the house.•Sarah Cornelius, born in 1977, of Wichita is charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors.•Jason Michael Stallings, born in 1977, of Wellington, is charged for an incident on Sept. 20 for making false information.According to the complaint, Stallings allegedly feloniously changed the drug laboratory test results showing negative results for methamphetamine use when the original report showed positive results for meth.last_img read more

South Haven boys and girls have chance to clinch SCBL regular season titles tonight

first_img11Elk Valley Mens SCBL Standings  League Over-all 37.300614.300 010.000216.111 82.900154.842 WL by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Can the South Haven Boy and Girl Cardinals sweep the South-Central Border League regular season championship tonight?Historians may need to help the Sumner Newscow with this, but when was the last time a boys and a girls team from the same school swept the regular season in the SCBL in the same season?South Haven has a chance to do it tonight when Caldwell comes to town.One could argue that the Cardinals have already accomplished the feat. Even if both lost, they would fall into a first-place tie with the other teams.If both teams win tonight then they will be champions outright.The SCBL girls basketball race is a convoluted one that if Caldwell wins tonight it would throw the league into a five-way tie for first place. Not a two-way tie, not a three-way-tie, not a four-way tie, but a five-way tie!South Haven is currently at 8-1. A win would give the Cardinals the league title outright at 9-1. However, if South Haven loses then it falls to 8-2.Argonia is at 8-2, Sedan is at 8-2, Cedar Vale-Dexter is at 8-2, Caldwell would be at 8-2.Try figuring out the tiebreaker with that one.On the boys side, South Haven is undefeated, and can wrap things up with a win against Caldwell. If it loses to the Bluejays, the Cardinals would fall into a two-way tie with Central-Burden at 9-1. However, since South Haven beat Central it would probably be deemed the champions, but will probably settle as “co-champs.” Kansas State fans does this sound familiar?So tonight is a big night for South Haven, and for rival Caldwell wanting to topple off the Cardinals.The standings are as follows: WL 46.400812.400 2Argonia Udall 3Oxford 7Caldwell 19.100118.053 10Flinthills 6Udall 19.100315.167  8CVDX Over-all 82.800164.800 73.700128.600 10Argonia 9Flinthills Elk Valley Sedan 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 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. +2 Vote up Vote down LittleOne · 390 weeks ago Yes they can. You go South Haven. Wish all Sumner county good luck. Report Reply 0 replies · active 390 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to 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 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 comments 91.900181.947 WL 2Central 1South Haven90.1000172.895 CVDX 28.200416.200 *Champions 28.200613.316 WL 73.700146.700 7Oxford Girls SCBL Standings •••••In other Sumner County action…Wellington travels to Augusta:C team boys/girls: 4:15 p.m.JV boys: 5:45 p.m.Varsity girls: 6 p.m.Varsity boys/JV girls: 7:30 p.m.Also:Wichita Home School at Argonia,Bluestem at Belle PlaineChaparral at Conway Springs. 72.778127.632 *  League Champions 1South Haven81.889136.684 45.444911.450 73.700127.632 8West Elk 28.200514.263 West Elk 82.800146.700 19.100415.210 5Caldwell Central 55.5001011.476 League 6Sedan 55.5001011.476last_img read more