Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. GO MUSTANGS !!! The Anatomy of Fear Mustangs clash with West Orange in do-or-die gameThe Wekiva Mustangs have never made the playoffs in Class 8A. Not once in school history. But all of that could change tonight when they face the West Orange Warriors at the Raymond J. Screws Stadium on the West Orange High School campus. The winner of the game will officially qualify for the playoffs and face the Winter Park High Wildcats in the first round.But in a sense, the playoffs begin tonight for Wekiva. Win and advance. Lose and go home.The Mustangs (5-3, 1-1) are enjoying their best season in school history and should be seen as the favorite against West Orange (2-5, 1-1). All three of their losses came against playoff bound teams (Dr. Phillips, Timber Creek and Apopka). In the Apopka game they lost 38-31 on two Deshawn Massey touchdowns in the final four minutes of the game. They also have a 50-14 blowout victory over Winter Park on their resume’, a team they will face in the first round of postseason if they defeat West Orange.In contrast the Warriors were decimated by graduation after two straight district titles in 2014 and 2015. All five of their losses also came against playoff teams, but by larger margins. Three of the Warriors losses were to Winter Park 50-14, Dr. Phillips 40-3 and Apopka 56-20. On offense, West Orange is led by senior quarterback Austin Burton, a transfer from Newton South High School in Massachusetts, who was offered a scholarship to play at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).Wekiva is led by three seniors – quarterback Trey McGee, workhorse running back Jaylon Fair and wide receiver Wesley Touze.Kickoff tonight is at 7PM. The winner of this game would play Winter Park on November 11th at 7:30PM, and if Wekiva beats West Orange and Winter Park, it would set up a rematch of that classic Mayor’s Cup game against Apopka (if the Blue Darters win their first round playoff game against Timber Creek) on November 18th at Roger Williams Field at Apopka High School. October 27, 2016 at 8:18 am Please enter your comment! Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Please enter your name here TAGSWekiva MustangsWest Orange Warriors Previous articleSpace limited at minority-owned business forumNext articleApopka Burglary Report and Map Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Reply Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 1 COMMENT Mama Mia You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply
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November 23, 2020 Find out more June 2, 2021 Find out more BelgiumEurope – Central Asia Help by sharing this information News News Follow the news on Belgium Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU Receive email alerts December 2, 2020 Find out more to go further BelgiumEurope – Central Asia Reporters Without Borders today condemned the interrogation on 25 January of reporter Anne De Graaf and editor Yves Desmet of the Flemish-language newspaper De Morgen about their sources for a May 2004 report on police fears about a terrorist attack in Antwerp. They were questioned by members of a police supervisory committee at the newspaper’s headquarters as witnesses in an investigation by federal prosecutors and Antwerp judge Marc De Hous into unauthorised police leaks. In particular, they were asked about calls made on De Graaf’s phone between 23 March and 8 May 2004.”Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns this attack on the right to the confidentiality of sources, which is an inviolable principle,” the press freedom organisation said.”This violation is all the more shocking as it came just two days before a senate vote on a bill giving more protection for the confidentiality of Belgian journalists’ sources, so we call on the judicial authorities to respect article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights and to not try to turn journalists into police auxiliaries.”De Graaf’s report said the Antwerp police and the federal prosecutor’s office met secretly to discuss the threat of a terrorist attack. An Al-Qaeda member was suspected of wanting to blow up a tunnel in Antwerp. Bart Debie – then Antwerp police superintendent and now an extreme right-wing parliamentarian – was present at the meeting and is suspected of being the source of the leak.A search was carried out at his office on 18 January and police found that seven phone calls took place between De Graaf and him. De Graaf has never denied contacting Debie, but she said it was to “verify information.”De Graaf has accused the authorities of causing her professional and personal harm. “Since it was announced the police screened by phone calls, I have been unable to work,” she said. “The file of contacts that I have building for more than 15 years suddenly disintegrated yesterday. Everyone I call hangs up immediately because they think they are being tapped. Furthermore, the police had access to sources who had nothing to do with that May 2003 article. I think the sources were above all linked to the Dutrou trial which I’ve been covering for the newspaper.”Reporters Without Borders said it was therefore clear there has never been such a great need for new legislation in Belgium recognising the right of journalists to conceal their sources.The senate is supposed to vote today in a plenary session on a bill protecting sources. Under this proposed new law, no journalists could henceforth be prosecuted for protecting confidential information or complicity in the violation of professional secrecy. The bill proposes one exception : if the source of information is likely to prevent a crime that constitutes a serious threat to a person’s safety, the journalist much reveal the source when requested by a judge. If approved by the senate, the bill will go back to the lower house. RSF and 60 other organisations call for an EU anti-SLAPP directive Ten RSF recommendations for the European Union News RSF_en January 27, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Police question two journalists in new attack on confidentiality of sources News Organisation Two journalists with the daily De Morgen have been questioned as witnesses by police investigating anunauthorised leak. Reporters Without Borders condemns this violation of the confidentiality of sources justtwo days before a senate vote on a bill that would give journalists’ sources more protection.
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News UpdatesTransferred Investigation In BHU Missing Student Case To CBCID: UP Govt. Tells Allahabad High Court [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK5 Nov 2020 8:20 PMShare This – xThe UP Government on Wednesday informed the Allahabad High Court that it has transferred the investigation in the BHU Missing Student case to CBCID. The State counsel submitted before the Court that despite best efforts made by the police, missing person could not be traced and, therefore, now the State Government has decided to handover this matter to the CBCID for further…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe UP Government on Wednesday informed the Allahabad High Court that it has transferred the investigation in the BHU Missing Student case to CBCID. The State counsel submitted before the Court that despite best efforts made by the police, missing person could not be traced and, therefore, now the State Government has decided to handover this matter to the CBCID for further investigation and request to this effect has already been made to the Director General, CBCID by the State Government, vide its letter dated 29.10.2020. The submission was made before a Bench of Justices Pritinker Diwaker and Pradeep Kumar Srivastava in a PIL filed by Advocate Saurabh Tiwari, an alumnus of the Banaras Hindu University, in relation to the missing student Shiv Kumar Trivedi, who allegedly disappeared from the Police custody in February this year. The Court has now asked the Government to file latest investigation report done by the CBCID on the next date of hearing, i.e. January 5, 2021. Notably, Advocate Tiwari had been demanding a CBI probe into the matter. According to him, on the last 2 dates (i.e., on 03 September and on 25th August) the Bench had orally observed that if the local police is unable to find the missing student, it should be ready for a CBI probe in the matter. In a previous hearing in the matter, the Chief Justice led bench had slammed the Police authorities for filing a ‘vague affidavit’ instead of giving a complete statement of facts that led to disappearance of the BHU student. Thereafter, SSP, Varanasi told the High Court that a special team has already been constituted and efforts are on to search the missing student, Shiv Kumar Trivedi. He had also informed the Court that suitable departmental action has been taken against the erring officers. As per the facts averred in the letter, Trivedi was picked up by certain police personnels from the M.P. Theatre ground, BHU on February 12 and was taken to the Police Station Lanka, District Varanasi. Ever since, there has been no sign of the student. His father made several complaints to senior police officials of Varansai, registered IGRS complaints, etc. but in vain. Case Details: Case Title: Saurabh Tiwari v. State of UP Case No.: PIL No. 819/2020 Click Here To Download Order Read OrderNext Story
Newport Beach Police(NEW YORK) — The sister of a little girl who was strangled to death in 1973 didn’t expect to see a conclusion to the mysterious cold case, she told ABC News hours after a man’s arrest was announced on Wednesday.“I never really thought that they would actually ever find the individual responsible,” Cindy Borgeson, a sister of Linda O’Keefe, told ABC News. “After all this time, finding out there is a face and a name…just brings additional closure.”O’Keefe, 11, was abducted on July 6, 1973, as she walked home from summer school, the Newport Beach, California, Police Department said. Her strangled body was found the next day.Their mother “carried that guilt the rest of her life,” Borgeson said.James Neal, 72, who lived in Southern California and worked in construction in the 1970s, was arrested this week in Colorado, where he had been living, Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said at a Wednesday news conference.DNA recovered from O’Keefe shortly after her death was put into the Combined DNA Index System — the law enforcement database known as CODIS — but there was no hit, said Spitzer.However, through the genealogical data of his family members, who voluntarily submitted their DNA to genealogy databases, investigators were able to corroborate the DNA from O’Keefe’s body and the DNA obtained from the suspect, according to Spitzer. The genealogical hit came in January, officials said.“I had closure when they found her body,” Borgeson said about the fateful day 46 years ago. But she added that she was thankful for the “additional closure” brought to her by the investigators who never gave up, as well as the new technology, which made it possible to process the crime scene DNA.“I’m astonished at what they were able to accomplish,” Borgeson, 64, said. “My hope is that this [case] brings hope to other families who haven’t had closure yet.”O’Keefe, who was seven years younger than Borgeson, was “an old soul” with a “go with the flow” personality, Borgeson said.While their parents did not live to see an arrest, Borgeson said, “I’m sure she [O’Keefe] and my parents are rejoicing.”“I’ll get to be with them again,” she added.As for her sister’s suspected killer, Borgeson said, “because of my profound faith, I’ve been able to forgive the individual.”“I couldn’t carry that burden in my heart of hating an individual even though he committed this horrible crime,” she said. “I hope that he has remorse.”Borgeson said, if she gets a chance to speak to Neal, she would “let him know that I’ve been praying for him.”Borgeson said she also prayed for Neal’s family as his arrest was announced.“They probably are so shocked,” she said. “I’m sure they’re going through a lot of grieving of their own.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Myriam Borzee/iStockBy MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — No new COVID-19 cases were found after two hairstylists potentially exposed 140 customers and six coworkers to the virus at a Great Clips in Missouri, the local health department said Monday.Last month, the Springfield-Greene County Health Department alerted the public that two hairstylists had tested positive for the coronavirus, potentially exposing people in the Springfield salon between May 12 and May 20. They both were symptomatic and were wearing face coverings while working, health officials said.Director of Health Clay Goddard pointed to the “value of masking” to prevent transmission from that exposure.“We are studying more closely the details of these exposures, including what types of face coverings were worn and what other precautions were taken to lead to this encouraging result,” Goddard said in a statement. “We never want an exposure like this to happen, but this situation will greatly expand our understanding of how this novel coronavirus spreads.”Goddard said other measures taken by Great Clips, including the distancing of salon chairs and staggering appointments, will also be studied. Health officials said all those potentially exposed were quarantined for the duration of their exposure period and were offered testing. Only 46 of the people got tested, and their results came back negative, the department said. The 14-day incubation period has now passed.Great Clips Inc. released a statement to KY3 following the update from the health department.“Today, we learned from the Springfield-Greene County Health Department that all customers who were tested for COVID-19 after visiting a franchised Great Clips salon in Springfield have confirmed negative test results,” said the statement. “Together with our 1,100 independent franchisees, we care deeply about the well-being of customers, salon staff and the communities we serve, and we are grateful for the health of these individuals. We thank the health department for their important work during this time.”The Great Clips location where the exposure occurred is still temporarily closed.Springfield resident Erik Chase said he was ordered to quarantine after getting his hair cut at the Great Clips on May 17. He told ABC News he was “thankful” the tests came back negative for himself and other clients.“Maybe now I can go back to some sense of normalcy,” Chase said.Hair salons were able to reopen in Missouri on May 4, when the state lifted many of its restrictions as part of its first phase of reopening. Gov. Mike Parson extended phase 1 through June 15.Missouri has 14,734 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with cases up 6.2% over the last seven days, according to the state health department. There have been 819 deaths attributed to the virus.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Back to overview,Home naval-today Indian, Royal Navy to take part in exercise Konkan 2016 December 5, 2016 The 2016 edition of the annual bilateral maritime exercise between the Indian Navy and the Royal Navy would be held December 5 – 16, at Mumbai and Goa, the Indian Navy announced.Named after the Western coastal region of India, exercise Konkan was institutionalised in 2004 and is hosted in rotation by both the navies.INS Trikand traveled to UK naval Base Devonport last year for the 2015 iteration of the exercise.The exercise will be conducted in two phases at Mumbai and Goa. The first phase, to be held from Dec 5-9 would be a command planning exercise involving the two navies, where planners from both sides will undertake planning for combined maritime operations.The second phase is a live exercise (LIVEX), to be held from Dec 12 – 16 at Goa, and involves interaction between the IN Marine Commandos (MARCOs) and the Royal Marines. Both phases will involve sharing of best practices and lessons learnt from recent operations, especially in the field of humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR) and non-combatant evacuation operations (NEO). Share this article Authorities Indian, Royal Navy to take part in exercise Konkan 2016 View post tag: Indian Navy View post tag: Royal Navy View post tag: Konkan
An Oxford papyrologist has discovered a fragment of papyrus containing two new poems about Sappho’s brothers and unrequited love in a private collection.Dr Dirk Obbinik of Christ Church believes that these are Sappho’s poems due to a coherent style with her other work and the references to her family. Sappho, one of the few eminent female ancient Greek poets, is known for her innovations in lyrical style and her focus on the personal. Her lyrics detail love, yearning and loss. She is well-known for lesbianism due to her poems of adoration towards women. It is from Sappho that we get the terms “sapphic” and “lesbian”, which derive from her name and place of birth, Lesbos, respectively.An Oriel Classics student, Patrick Penzo, commented on the discovery, “They allow us to add a piece to the puzzle which is Sappho, a most extraordinary and elusive figure. People sometimes too easily forget how extraordinarily fortunate we are to have the poetry of a woman living so long ago. It is a testament to female genius and a rare expression of female love. It is a beautiful sound in a world filled with the roaring of men. Discoveries such as the one by Dr Obbink add a few more pixels to that incomplete picture.”Dr Armand D’Angour, a Fellow and Tutor of Classics at Jesus College said, “This papyrus find is hugely exciting, however it is also perplexing – classicists are wondering how it can have fallen into the hands of a private collector, and whether other papyri of this kind may come to light.”Academics have also welcomed the news. Christopher Peller, the Regis Professor of Greek at Christ Church commented, “We’re used to admiring Sappho as the poet of passionate romantic love; but this is that other sort of love, family love, and it’s just as moving to see her as the worried big sister, concerned both for the risk-taking brother who is away and the younger one who just needs to ‘raise his head’ – whatever that may mean – and ‘be a man’.”
A lot of time is spent here at the SoHo Sandwich Co working with both our chefs and numerous bread suppliers to create interesting combinations of fillings with the right bread to bring out the flavour. We need to use a perfectly balanced selection of flavours and textures to make the customers keep coming back.Over the last six months we have been working with an Italian master baker based in Rome, who uses a traditional Roman method of baking bread, with ’00’ flour. He manages to create wonderful slabs of pizza bianca, inspiring us to come up with some really interesting fillings to complement the bread. Here is the Spianata – great for summer.There are wonderful plum cherry tomatoes in season right now, which we slowly roast in the oven with lemon, thyme and sea salt. Then we add English wild rocket pesto, which is not too expensive to make as there is an abundance of English rocket available at present. However, make sure you use a good-quality olive oil and an equally high-standard shaved Parmesan cheese.IngredientsSlow-roasted plum cherry tomatoes 40gThinly sliced prosciutto 60gSliced buffalo mozzarella 40gWild rocket pesto 40gToasted pine nuts 10g