The Vipers opened the scoring in the first period 7:22 in as Taylor Belcourt found the back of the net. Despite being held off the scoreboard the Huskies outshot the Vipers 14-9 in the frame.The Huskies got going in the second period. They tied the game just 1:29 in and scored two more times to take a 3-1 lead. The Vipers closed within one before time expired. The third saw no scoring as the Huskies held on for the win.Scoring the Fort St. John in the game were Jerome Thorne, Carson Richards, and Cayle Bell. Assists went to Jordan Gies, Jarod Lang, Shawn Wilson, Jerome Thorne, and Joshua Robinson.- Advertisement -Goaltender Logan Edwards turned aside 28 of 30 shots for the win.The Huskies will continue their four game home stand on Saturday night as they welcome the Beaverlodge Blades to the North Peace Arena at 8 p.m.
The Eagles (23-6) turned a one-point fourth-quarter deficit into a runaway win after a 20-2 rally spanning the first five minutes of the final period. Maddox had nine points in the pivotal quarter, and Nick Saliano contributed seven of his 11 points in the fourth. The Fighting Frogs (16-12) limited Maddox to two points in the third quarter after he scored 17 in the first half, but the box-and-one defense collapsed when role players Saliano and Blake Davenport (seven points) hit key baskets down the stretch. Andy Winningham deflated Ribet Academy with 6:20 remaining, when his 3-pointer from the top of the key put Oak Park ahead 47-40. “Teams can try and key on me all they want, but I have all the faith in the world in my teammates,” said Maddox, who has committed to Princeton. “We’re too talented as a team to fall apart down the stretch. We all trust one another.” Mardig Kiladjian had a game-high 17 points for Ribet Academy, the Div. V-A runner-up last year, while his 3-pointer with two seconds left in the third quarter gave the Fighting Frogs their first lead of the game at 38-37. Kiladjian scored 10 points in the third quarter as Ribet Academy outscored the Eagles 20-9 in the period. No. 4-seed Oak Park advances to face top-seed Campbell Hall of North Hollywood in the Div. III-AA semifinals Tuesday at Moorpark High. Campbell Hall boasts Justin and Jrue Holiday, brothers who are considered major NCAA Division I prospects. “We’re definitely aware of Campbell Hall,” Maddox said. “We expect them to be good, really good. “But I’ll take my team any day.” firstname.lastname@example.org (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It wasn’t a bad strategy, considering the Oak Park boys’ basketball standout had torched the Fighting Frogs in the first half. It wasn’t an unrealistic strategy, considering Ribet’s box-and-one defense on the 6-foot-6 forward was immediately effective. The game plan ultimately fell apart, however, as Maddox finished with 28 points and 19 rebounds, and the Eagles exploded in the fourth quarter for a 63-47 Southern Section Div. III-AA quarterfinal victory Friday night. OAK PARK – The message coming from the Ribet Academy of Los Angeles bench after halftime was clear. “Get a body on that (Kareem Maddox) kid,” Ribet coach William Middlebrooks implored. “He’s killing us.”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant Scholars who participated said Buchanan didn’t do enough to oppose efforts by Southern states to secede from the Union before the Civil War. The second worst mistake, the survey found, was Andrew Johnson’s decision just after the Civil War to side with Southern whites and oppose improvements in justice for Southern blacks beyond abolishing slavery. “We continue to pay” for Johnson’s errors, wrote Michael Les Benedict, an Ohio State University history professor emeritus. Lyndon Johnson earned the No. 3 spot by allowing the Vietnam War to intensify, Gregg said. Where does Bill Clinton’s Monica Lewinsky scandal rank? Many scholars said it belonged at No. 10, saying that it probably affected Clinton’s presidency more than it did American history and the public. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – From engaging in sexual relations with an intern to letting the Vietnam War escalate, U.S. presidents have been blamed for some egregious errors. So who had the worst blunder? President James Buchanan, for failing to avert the Civil War, according to a survey of presidential historians organized by the University of Louisville’s McConnell Center. The survey’s top 10 presidential blunders were announced Saturday during a Presidents Day weekend conference called “Presidential Moments.” “We can probably learn just as much – or maybe even more – by looking at the mistakes rather than looking at why they were great,” said political scientist and McConnell Center Director Gary Gregg. The rest of the top 10 blunders: 4: Woodrow Wilson’s refusal to compromise on the Treaty of Versailles after World War I. 5: Richard Nixon’s involvement in the Watergate coverup. 6: James Madison’s failure to keep the United States out of the War of 1812 with Britain. 7: Thomas Jefferson’s Embargo Act of 1807, a self-imposed prohibition on trade with Europe during the Napoleonic Wars. 8: John F. Kennedy allowing the Bay of Pigs Invasion that led to the Cuban Missile Crisis. 9: Ronald Reagan and the Iran-Contra Affair, the effort to sell arms to Iran and use the money to finance an armed anti-communist group in Nicaragua. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Monaghan’s Sam Moffett wins the Donegal International rally for the first time,SAM Moffett has claimed his 1st victory in the Irish Tarmac Championship by winning the 2013 Donegal International Rally for the first time.The team of Moffett and James O’Reilly took the championship after after a time penalty on front runners, Garry Jennings and Neil Doherty.Derrick McGarrity was one of the fastest of the day but Moffett held onto his lead.Letterkenny team of Manus Kelly and Donall Barrett were front runners in the national rally category.Drivers battled it out in tough conditions on the last stages around Glen, the Atlantic Drive and Fanad The winning team of Moffett and O’Reilly celebrated later at the Mount Errigal Hotel.A three-minute penalty to Jennings proved crucial, giving Moffett the win.Results for the International categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev18Sam Moffett/James O’ReillySubaru WRC6O/A2:22:43.826Donagh Kelly/Kevin FlanaganFord Focus WRC6O/A2:24:13.61:29.81:29.831Garry Jennings/Neil DohertySubaru WRC6O/A2:24:52.52:08.70:38.947Seamus Leonard/Paul McLaughlinSubaru WRC612:25:01.82:18.00:09.354Darragh O’Riordan/Tony McDaidFord Fiesta WRC622:25:58.13:14.30:56.3612John O’Donnell/Aidan FrielSubaru WRC632:26:20.53:36.70:22.4714Stephen Wright/Susanne WrightMitsubishi Evo 9412:29:41.66:57.83:21.1849Joseph McGonigle/Macartan KieransRenault Clio R3Maxi312:32:46.010:02.23:04.4935Seamus Heron/Gerry McVeighMitsubishi Evo 9422:37:04.814:21.04:18.81015Shane Maguire/Martin McGarritySubaru Impreza432:37:29.714:45.90:24.91171Rory Byrne/James ByrneMitsubishi Evo X442:37:46.715:02.90:17.01290Gavin Kelly/Eamonn GillespieHonda Civic112:41:59.019:15.24:12.31387Ian Chadwick/Andy HayesSkoda Fabia212:44:31.721:47.92:32.71472Stewart Liddle/Barry CallaghanSubaru Impreza452:44:37.721:53.90:06.015101Brian Quigley/Seamus McTigueHonda Civic122:44:53.522:09.70:15.81692Richard Tanahill/Brian CrawfordPeugeot 208 R2222:45:28.222:44.40:34.717124Mark Boyle/Charles GallagherHonda Civic132:48:49.426:05.63:21.21870Liam Egan/Raymond CoppingerToyota Corolla WRC642:49:10.826:27.00:21.419102Patrick Walker/Paul McClayPeugeot 206232:50:01.227:17.40:50.420107Alistair Glenn/Tony CurranPeugeot 206243:03:03.040:19.213:01.821125Liam Branley/Nathan BurrowsPeugeot 206253:03:25.940:42.10:22.922130Martin Geraghty/Sean BruntonHonda Civic263:04:51.842:08.01:25.923131Gareth Irwin/Gareth McGinleyToyota Corolla273:05:10.642:26.80:18.82485Paddy McDaid/Oliver DohertyHonda Civic143:12:33.149:49.37:22.52550Stephen Carey/Breda O’DriscollHonda Civic153:19:34.756:50.97:01.6Results for the National categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev117Gary McPhillips/Paul SheridanFord Escort Mk214O/A2:27:11.3219Frank Kelly/Stephen QuinnFord Escort Mk214O/A2:29:06.81:55.51:55.5321Damian Gallagher/Mac WalshFord Escort Mk214O/A2:29:34.12:22.80:27.3434Adrian Hethrington/Gary NolanFord Escort Mk21412:29:46.72:35.40:12.6542Daniel Conaghan/Terence MageeFord Escort Mk21312:31:15.54:04.21:28.8644Paul Reid/Karl ReidFord Escort Mk21322:31:20.94:09.60:05.4730Paddy Kiernan/James McCarvilleFord Escort Mk21332:33:09.75:58.41:48.8826Camillus Bradley/Danny O’NeillFord Escort Mk21422:34:38.37:27.01:28.6918Rodney Wilton/Conor McMahonFord Escort Mk21432:35:39.48:28.11:01.11022Brian Brogan/Damian McGettiganFord Escort Mk21442:36:32.39:21.00:52.91168Paul Doherty/James LogueFord Escort Mk21342:36:36.59:25.20:04.212138Connor Watters/Barry McGillFord Escort Mk21452:36:44.19:32.80:07.61353Thomas Keys/Kelvin KeysFord Escort Mk21352:37:15.610:04.30:31.51452Seamus Hegarty/Shaun McMackenFord Escort Mk21462:37:17.310:06.00:01.71569Darren Doherty/Dean O’SullivanSubaru Impreza2012:37:26.110:14.80:08.81633Robbie Peoples/Keith StewartFord Escort Mk21472:37:26.710:15.40:00.61759Kevin Bradley/Graham HendersonFord Escort Mk211R12:38:00.010:48.70:33.31866Andrew McLoone/William KehoeFord Escort Mk21362:38:11.311:00.00:11.31994John Bonner/Damien McElhinneyFord Escort Mk211R22:38:20.211:08.90:08.92051Gary McElhinney/Paddy McCruddenFord Escort Mk21372:38:25.511:14.20:05.32196Brendan Friel/Jp BoyleToyota Corolla11R32:39:02.711:51.40:37.22239Kieron Graffin/Paddy RobinsonMitsubishi Evo 91612:39:10.911:59.60:08.22340Colm McFall/Damian McAuleyMitsubishi Evo 91622:39:16.912:05.60:06.02461Liam Doherty/Kyle McGettiganToyota Corolla11R42:39:45.812:34.50:28.92558Dermot Cannon/Bobby TrimbleToyota Corolla1382:40:01.412:50.10:15.62667Thomas O’Connell/Brian DugganFord Escort Mk21482:40:31.413:20.10:30.02747Conor Curley/Nigel FrazerFord Escort Mk21492:40:41.513:30.20:10.12836Ivan Stewart/Timothy DugganBMW M3 Compact14102:41:39.414:28.10:57.929141Eamonn Doherty/David KellyFord Escort Mk211R52:43:33.016:21.71:53.63075William Vance/Billy VanceMitsubishi Evo 81512:43:45.416:34.10:12.43156Kevin Kelly/Paul HegartyFord Escort Mk21392:44:03.216:51.90:17.83288Hugh Martin Toye/Jason KavanaghHonda Civic11F12:44:29.317:18.00:26.13395Declan Hall/Chris CorrToyota Corolla11R62:44:37.717:26.40:08.43455John Dolan/John McGinleyFord Escort Mk213102:44:56.417:45.10:18.735115Terence Diver/Donal McElameyHonda Civic11F22:45:06.317:55.00:09.93697Ollie Harvey/Donal KellyToyota Corolla11R72:45:12.318:01.00:06.037105Michael McCarroll/Conor O’LoanFord Fiesta1632:45:40.518:29.20:28.23862Gerard McQuaid/Gareth QuinlanFord Escort Mk213112:46:37.219:25.90:56.739134Roy Baldrick/Darren HarveyTalbot Sunbeam13122:47:51.020:39.71:13.84054Mark Wedlock/Leon JordonFord Escort Mk213132:48:22.021:10.70:31.041121George Baskin/Odhran McLaughlinVW Golf14112:48:33.121:21.80:11.14277Darragh Doherty/James McDermottToyota Corolla11R82:48:49.721:38.40:16.643106John Mulholland/Sean DevlinFord Puma912:51:57.324:46.03:07.644127Andrew McLaughlin/Shaun GallagherHonda Civic11F32:52:51.425:40.10:54.14576Derek Gurney/Keith McEvoyFord Sierra13142:55:09.427:58.12:18.04680Barry McLaughlin/Aodhan GallagherFord Escort Mk21212:57:44.930:33.62:35.547104Ian Graham/Liam ReganFord Fiesta ST1642:58:00.530:49.20:15.648123Caolan Gaffney/Terence FureyToyota Corolla11R92:59:16.832:05.51:16.34979Paul Corcoran/Barry DonnellyFord Escort Mk21223:05:17.338:06.06:00.550139Mark O’Leary/David O’LearyFord Escort Mk211R103:05:38.038:26.70:20.751122Shane Henry/Joey KaneSuzuki Swift923:06:56.439:45.11:18.452111Ashley Dickson/Wendy BlackledgeMitsubishi Evo 91653:07:37.840:26.50:41.453120Eamon Russell/Gavin O’DonnellHonda Civic11F43:07:53.440:42.10:15.65481Patrick Bonner/Patrick McHughFord Escort Mk21233:08:28.541:17.20:35.155129Kevin McDaid/Paul McCaffertyOpel Corsa933:10:25.743:14.41:57.256112Clive Kilpatrick/Averil MortonMitsubishi Evo1523:11:29.644:18.31:03.957149Pj Wilhare/David ValkenborghsFord Escort Mk11243:49:03.01:21:51.737:33.4Results for the Historic categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev1H1Wesley Patterson/Sean HaydeFord Escort RS1800KO/A2:03:43.72H3Seamus O’Connell/Sean MageeFord EscortKO/A2:05:02.41:18.71:18.73H2Donal Connolly/Danny McLaughlinFord Escort Mk2D312:08:36.04:52.33:33.64H6Aidan O’Connor/Ian ReganFord EscortC312:14:17.610:33.95:41.65H11Ian Millar/Ronan O’NeillFord Escort RS1800KO/A2:14:33.610:49.90:16.06H7John Spiers/Susanne NiedrumPorsche 911D412:15:30.011:46.30:56.47H9Niall Creighton/Gregory RobertsFord CortinaB312:21:11.117:27.45:41.18H12Harry Browne/Martin McGrathHillman AvengerC212:23:38.019:54.32:26.99H10William Todd/Aaron JohnstonMorris MiniB212:24:45.721:02.01:07.7Results for the Junior categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev1J1Kevin McLaughlin/Kieran McGinleyHonda CivicJ2O/A1:00:49.92J22Jonathan Orr/Martin McBreartyHonda CivicJ2O/A1:00:55.10:05.20:05.23J4Damian O’Reilly/Damien McCabeFord Escort Mk2J2O/A1:01:22.70:32.80:27.64J28Callum Devine/Liam McLaughlinCitroen C2R2J211:01:30.60:40.70:07.95J10Cathal McCarthy/Eamonn McCarthyHonda CivicJ221:01:40.50:50.60:09.96J11Sean Heraghty/Jonathan EdwardsToyota CorollaJ231:01:42.00:52.10:01.57J6Adrian Sweeney/Sam PearsonPeugeot 207J241:01:49.10:59.20:07.18J5Chris McLaughlin/Niall O’DonnellToyota CorollaJ251:02:02.11:12.20:13.09J9Barry Gallagher/Mark GallagherHonda CivicJ261:02:04.11:14.20:02.010J12David Gallagher/Eamonn BoyleHonda CivicJ271:02:17.81:27.90:13.711J14Lee McLaughlin/Aaron McLaughlinHonda CivicJ281:03:28.72:38.81:10.912J16Nicholas Alcorn/Niall CampbellSuzuki SwiftJ111:04:28.93:39.01:00.213J15Ryan McKenna/Nicola McKennaToyota CorollaJ291:05:28.74:38.80:59.814J18Kelvin Gorney/Kieran BurkeCitroen SaxoJ2101:07:51.07:01.12:22.315J23Lee Jacob/Jonathan JacobSuzuki SwiftJ221:10:07.99:17.02:16.9DONEGAL INTERNATIONAL RALLY: SAM WAY TO GO FOR MONAGHAN WINNER MOFFETT was last modified: June 23rd, 2013 by cassoscoopShare 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 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GARDAI in Co Donegal are hunting for several suspects behind a burglary blitz in which thousands of euro worth of goods were taken – and two cars stolen.The incidents, in the Glencar area of Letterkenny, took place in just a 20 minute period.TVs, playstations, handbags, and personal items were all stolen in the raids. The experienced criminal gang went ‘door to door’.They then made their escape in two cars stolen in the same area. One of them was later found burnt out in Drumkeen in the early hours of Sunday morning.Donegaldaily.com understands that Gardai already suspect a number of thieves with lengthy criminal records.One suspect was recently released from prison, having served time for similar offences. Most of the homes which were raided were in Gleann Rua.“This was an orgy of mindless thuggery,” said one Garda, “it was just wanton theft and vandalism on a dreadful scale.”Gardai in Letterkenny are seeking help in catching the criminals. REVEALED: BURGLARY GANG HIT 5 HOMES IN 20 MINUTES – THEN STEAL TWO CARS was last modified: May 8th, 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) Tags:burglariesgleann ruaglencarletterkenny
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Attendance for the past fiscal year was 159,431, compared with 149,795 for the year before. Net rental revenues were $778,027, up 14 percent from the previous year. But the theater had some maintenance expenses, some of them coming as a result of the winter rains. It had to spend $8,000 on repairs caused by water damage to the neon on the marquee tower. It had to spend an additional $25,000 to restore the ticket kiosk, which had been damaged by termites. The rains aggravated existing leaks at the building and the city, which owns the theater and gives it $415,000 a year, will be paying for those. Another upcoming expense will be replacing the sound system, which is built for plays instead of concerts. Upgrading the system to work better for concerts could cost the theater between $175,000 and $250,000. “In general I think the City Council has been pleased with the direction of the Alex Theatre and the executive team over there,” said Mayor Rafi Manoukian. “Over the past few years, revenues have been up and we’re hoping that will continue in that fashion.” GLENDALE – Attendance increased by 6.4 percent at the Alex Theatre last fiscal year, but the historic venue with a $1.7 million budget had unanticipated maintenance needs and finished with a small deficit, according to a new report. The nonprofit theater finished the fiscal year ending June 30 with a $15,600 deficit, compared with a loss the previous year of nearly $54,500. City officials are pleased with the direction the theater is going, after it bounced back from a $400,000 deficit in 2001. One of the decisions the theater has made recently to save money is to stop producing its own shows. The last show it produced in-house was an April production of the play “The Old Settler,” and the theater does not expect to produce another show for at least two years. “I think we’ve done a good job as an organization in trying to be proactive to kind of surprise expenditures instead of always reactive, and I think that’s a (reason for) a small operating loss this year instead of a larger one,” said Barry McComb, executive director of the theater. Outside promoters have done a better job maximizing revenues and attracting crowds, and more community groups are using the theater. Armenian and Filipino productions have increased in the past two years. “As the population base kind of diversifies, we see that our programming pretty much mirrors that,” McComb said. The theater was built in 1925 and reopened in 1993 after the city bought the former movie house. Alex Dobuzinskis, (818) 546-3304 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
In its last action, Drake (5-4) cruised past Iowa Wesleyan, 102-25, in the program’s annual Pack the Knapp for Character presented by the YMCA of Greater Des Moines game Dec. 5. More than 4,000 Des Moines and local area elementary and middle school students filled the stands for a fun morning of basketball, educational and fun activities. Total attendance was a season-high 4,615 fans. The Bulldogs were led in scoring by two of their local student-athletes as freshman Hannah Fuller (West Des Moines, Iowa) and sophomore Becca Hittner (Urbandale, Iowa) each scored 18 points. Fuller’s total was a career-high for the West Des Moines Valley product while Hittner, from Dowling Catholic, recorded 18 points for the second consecutive game. As a team, Drake recorded an impressive 33 assists on 38 field goals and six Bulldogs finished with three or more assists. Buy Tickets Live Audio Drake Game Notes Following Saturday’s game, Drake will take a week off for finals and return to the Knapp Center Dec. 17 to host South Dakota State. Tipoff against the Jackrabbits is set for 2 p.m.Print Friendly Version Nebraska Game Notes Story Links Live Stats Nebraska (6-3) rallied to beat Kansas Wednesday night in Lawrence, Kan. The Cornhuskers trailed by 13 points late in the second quarter, but outscored the Jayhawks, 39-13, in the final two quarters to win 66-49. KU only scored four points in the fourth quarter. Nebraska, which is led by second-year head coach and Nebraska alum Amy Williams, is paced in scoring by sophomore Hannah Whitish at 10.9 points per game. Williams took over her alma mater after a successful four-year run at South Dakota and prior to that five seasons at Rogers State (NAIA). ESPN3 DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University women’s basketball team continues its homestand Saturday afternoon against Nebraska at 2 p.m. The game is part of a doubleheader with the Drake men’s team hosting Omaha at 5 p.m. Saturday’s game is one of the Bulldogs’ Holiday Hoops games with fans able to take a holiday photo with Drake’s live mascot Griff and also part of the Hy-Vee Fuel Saver + Perks 2-for-1 series with fans able to purchase two tickets for the price of one in the Hy-Vee Hotzone with their Hy-Vee Fuel Saver + Perks card at the Drake Athletic Ticket Office on the day of the game.
JOB VACANCY: An excellent opportunity exists in one of the North West’s most well established retailers. THE COPE are looking to expand their grocery business and we are looking to recruit a high calibre, self motivated Supermarket Manager.The successful candidate’s will be responsible for the management of a busy grocery store with full Profit and Loss accountability. Experience Required:Managerial experience in a retail environment essentialExperience of high level turnoverAbility to work with “a hands” on approach.Excellent leadership skills:Must be able to manage and develop a teamExperience in a demanding and energetic roleExperience with Profit and Loss accountability preferred Key Skills andResponsibilities:An ability to coach, mentor, develop and motivate the store’s teamAbility to carry out the company business objectivesTo have a strong work ethic and strive to be the bestTo have total commitment to the company and take ownership of the store, and have full responsibility of stock control, wastage, profit margins, employee development and customer care.The determination and self-confidence to drive sales and productivity forward To thrive on achieving exceptional results whilst working to strict deadlines, but always leading from the frontThe ability to deliver store sales and targets and outperform the set profit and loss targetsHave excellent interpersonal skills and have an ability to maintain high levels of customer service satisfactionTo understand commercial performance, driving sales and cost management and waste control.Conversational Irish would be an advantage but not essential.If you would like to apply for this role, please send your CV accompanied by a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to HR Department, The Cope, Main Street, Dungloe, Co. Donegal before the 15th June 2015.JOB VACANCY: DONEGAL SUPERMARKET LOOKING TO RECRUIT FULL-TIME STORE MANAGER was last modified: June 12th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Full timejobsnewsStore ManagersupermarketTHE COPEVacancy
Ed SheeranEd Sheeran has given Dublin/Dongal singer Eoin Glackin his seal of approval, tweeting to his 15 million followers that the musician was “smashing it”.Eoin, whose mum is Eileen McDaid from Ramelton, met Ed at a Jamie Lawson gig in New York City earlier this week, where he passed along his album in hopes that the singer-songwriter might listen to it.And it looks like the megastar was impressed with what he heard after he sent the following tweet. He said: “I was at a mate of mine’s gig, Jamie Lawson.“He’s about to release an album on Ed‘s label [Gingerbread Records], so Ed was at the gig.“I just walked over – I had an album with me – and I just gave it to him.“He was cool about it, I didn’t want to hassle him too much. “He just took it off me and was just like ‘Thanks man’.“I didn’t think he’d really listen to it, but I guess he did.”Following the gig, the singer gave Eoin’s album a listen – and decided to get in touch via social media.“I’m listening now. Keep writing and keep smashing it.”Eoin shared a snap of the Tweet on his own account, before responding to the 24-year-old chart-topper. He replied: “Cheers Ed.“Much appreciated. See you down the road.“Great gig from Jamie too.”The singer will take to the stage at the Workman’s Club in Dublin on November 19. ED SHEERAN TELLS DONEGAL SINGER TO ‘KEEP SMASHING IT’ was last modified: October 5th, 2015 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:#New Media#news#web Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… audrey watters Although the mission of WikiLeaks is to “open governments,” it’s done quite a lot to make us think about how to open journalism as well. We’ve seen a number of new whistleblower sites crop up – OpenLeaks and Rospil, for example – as well as major news organizations – Al Jazeera, and perhaps even The New York Times – investigate ways to facilitate more whistle-blowing and leaking.But why wait for local newspapers to roll out their own anonymous tips pipeline when a project from CUNY Graduate School‘s Entrepreneurial Journalism program has designed just that thing.Using Localeaks, you can send an anonymous tip, including a file, to over 1400 newspapers in the U.S. through one online form. Choose your state. Choose the newspaper. Enter your information and submit your anonymous tip.Each drop-box consists of a secure web connection and a form that encrypts both files and the text submitted (then destroys the originals) as well as removes identifying metadata from documents. The system also makes every effort to leave no traceable remnants from the transaction, such as identifiable session cookies on the client side or logging of any IP addresses on the server side.Once a file is submitted, the newspaper will receive an email, alerting them to the tip. The newspaper then needs to reply that it’s interested. Then a temporary secure file transfer is established. This last step isn’t automated yet, according to Matthew Terenzio, Web Development Director at The Hour Publishing Co and one of the members of this project. The best way to do so, he says, would be to have the encryption software – the open source GnuPG in this case – set up on the newspaper’s end. “It is unlikely that most would have it yet,” says Terenzio, who says he’s working on helping some newspapers set up their own drop-boxes to avoid this step.But an increasing familiarity with encryption might just be in more newsroom’s future, particularly if the number of “local leaks” continue. After all, as Terenzio notes, “the people formerly called the audience and the sources, are setting the pace of change, not the news organizations.” 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market