Chandrapaul Persaud of Lot 53 Soesdyke, East Bank Demerara succumbed to injuries he sustained when a vehicle, reportedly being driven by an intoxicated man, struck him down on the Soesdyke Public Road in the wee hours of Sunday.According to reports reaching Guyana Times, the driver of motor car PVV 1923 was proceeding north along the western carriageway of the East Bank Demerara road when the 47-year-old Chandrapaul, who was proceeding south along the eastern side of the road, dashed into the path of the moving vehicle.He sustained several injuries about the body, and was immediately rushed to the Diamond Public Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.The driver was subjected to a breathalyser test which determined his blood alcohol level to be above the legal limit. Accordingly, he was taken into Police custody, where he remains as investigation continues.
MISSION HILLS – Firefighters this afternoon airlifted possibly a 5-year-old boy for an unspecified injury from San Jose Elementary School, authorities said. Firefighters got a call of a boy being injured just after noon today in the 14000 block of Clymer Street, said Brian Humphrey, a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman. No other details were immediately available. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Charlton Athletic have signed Yaya Sanogo from Arsenal on loan until the end of the season.The French striker had been with Ajax after a summer deal but failed to make an impact in the Eredivisie, former Dutch international Ronald de Boer claimed the player had ‘no qualities’.But the Addicks have swooped for the striker who joined the Gunners in 2013 from Auxerre and will hope he can fire them away from the relegation zone. Yaya Sanogo in action for Ajax 1
1 Edgar Costa scores for Maritimo against Nacional Edgar Costa returned to haunt former club Nacional clash last weekend.The Maritimo striker, who once spent a brief spell on trial with West Ham, scored a stunningly skilful goal to set his side on the way to a 2-0 win over their Madeira rivals.Receiving the ball on the edge of the Nacional box with his back to goal, Costa did a bit of juggling before hooking an unstoppable volley in off the underside of the crossbar.Check out the goal below…
1 Wales’ World Cup qualification hopes suffered a blow as Aleksandar Mitrovic struck late on to give Serbia a 1-1 draw in Cardiff.Newcastle striker Mitrovic met Antonio Rukavina’s 85th-minute cross just seconds after Gareth Bale had hit a post for Wales.Bale had earlier given the hosts a 30th-minute lead with his 26th international goal – two behind Ian Rush’s record – but the draw leaves Chris Coleman’s side four points behind new Group D leaders the Republic of Ireland.Elsewhere, Spain put four past Macedonia to retain their place at the top of group D thanks to an own goal, and strikes from Nacho Monreal, Vitolo and Aritz Aduriz.There were also wins for Italy, who beat Liechtenstein 4-0 away, Croatia against Iceland, and Turkey at home against Kosovo.World Cup qualifying results in full:Austria 0 – 1 IrelandGeorgia 1 – 1 MoldovaWales 1 – 1 SerbiaAlbania 0 – 3 IsraelLiechtenstein 0 – 4 ItalySpain 4 – 0 FYR MacedoniaCroatia 2 – 0 IcelandTurkey 2 – 0 KosovoUkraine 1 – 0 Finland There were also wins for Italy, Croatia and Turkey
Jose Mourinho claims football authorities treat him differently to other managers – and the Manchester United boss wants that to stop.The Portuguese has won medals throughout his career but the route to glory has not been without controversy and fall outs.Mourinho’s appointment at Old Trafford led to the resumption of his testy relationship with the Football Association, who this week handed him a touchline ban for the second time within a month.The latest suspension came after booting a water bottle in frustration in Sunday’s Premier League draw at West Ham, leading to a charge of improper conduct that saw him in the stands when United met the east Londoners in the EFL Cup three days later.It mattered little given his side triumphed 4-1 but Mourinho feels he is treated differently to others managers.“The only thing I would like would be the same rules for everyone,” he said following the latest punishment.“Let’s go back to the last one. I kick a bottle of water, I cannot do it. If I do it, it’s a sending off. After the sending off, there is a punishment.“So I accept that is a sending off. In fact, if you see the images, when the referee comes, I go – not a word, not a complaint. I accept the suspension of one match and it’s as simple as that.“But it has to be the same for every manager. It has to be the same.”Mourinho may feel aggrieved but it is understood that he would not have been handed a ban had the bottle incident been his first offence.Given the sending off against Burnley and subsequent ban for misconduct, the FA felt a one-match touchline ban and £16,000 fine – double the standard amount – would the correct sanction.Mourinho will be aware of the code of conduct related to technical area protocol, but may well be aggrieved that old foe Arsene Wenger avoided such punishment when kicking a bottle at Old Trafford in 2009.The United boss will be back on the touchline in Sunday’s clash at Everton, where they arrive with 20 points following their worst start to a Premier League season.It means the Red Devils are 11 points off the top after just 13 matches, leading Mourinho to admit the title could already be out of their grasp.“When I was speaking about destinations, I think the destination is for us is to be champions,” he said. “Maybe not this year, maybe we cannot do it.“I don’t know. In football anything is possible but maybe we don’t do it.“There’s a gap between us and the top of the table but the destination is for us to be champion.“I don’t know when, maybe next year, maybe this year, maybe in two years’ time.“Maybe when I’m not here and somebody else comes, but if we follow this direction the destination is to be champions.”Mourinho is still instilling his philosophy and shaping the squad, which could soon alter as the likes of Memphis Depay, Morgan Schneiderlin and Bastian Schweinsteiger continue to be linked with a January exit.“I will not push anyone because nobody deserves that,” he said. “The way they work, they don’t deserve that.“On Wednesday I was in the hotel and my assistants came here to train the group of five who were not selected and stayed here.“They told me what I expected – amazing effort, amazing commitment, amazing professionalism.“Depay, Ashley Young, (Marouane) Fellaini – the people (that) stay here were fantastic, so it hurts me not to select them.“You see that sometimes I do a little bit of rotation. One day I play one, another day I leave one at home, then put one on the bench.“Nobody deserves to be pushed, for me to say ‘it’s better for you to leave’.“But I will have to understand that frustration is something that comes to the players now and again in certain moments of their careers and seasons.“Frustration is something that arrives and we will analyse it if anyone who shows me that frustration has a desire to leave.“But, for me, it’s very comfortable to have all of them. But it hurts me.” 1 Mourinho was handed a second touchline ban within a month
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los Angeles160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PASADENA, Calif. (AP) _ Ben Olson threw for 318 yards and three touchdowns in his first college start, leading UCLA to a 31-10 victory over Utah in both teams’ opener Saturday. The 6-foot-5, 227-pound redhead hadn’t started a game since his senior year in high school nearly five years ago _ when he was the nation’s No. 1 recruit. He transferred from Brigham Young in January 2005, after redshirting his freshman year and spending two years on a Mormon church mission in Calgary, Alberta. Last season, Olson played sparingly as the backup to Drew Olson after missing the first three games with a broken left throwing hand. This Saturday was all his. Olson showed the poise of his 23 years, completing 25 of 33 passes for 318 yards and no interceptions in a game that began in 96-degree heat at the Rose Bowl. It was the most yardage by a debuting Bruins quarterback since Tommy Maddox had 253 against Michigan in 1990. Olson was perfect on his first seven passes, hitting seven different receivers, all for first downs. The Utes had won their last four games against Pac-10 opponents, but they didn’t mount a serious challenge in the second half. Utah was 0-for-11 on third down, and managed 285 yards of total offense to UCLA’s 418. Olson was clearly superior to Utah senior quarterback Brett Ratliff, who came in 2-0 as a starter after leading the Utes to season-ending victories over BYU and Georgia Tech in the Emerald Bowl. Ratliff was 13-of-31 for 162 yards, with one touchdown and one interception. UCLA extended its lead to 21-10 on Olson’s 19-yard pass to Matt Willis that completed a six-play, 72-yard drive in the third quarter. Justin Medlock kicked a 25-yard field goal that kept UCLA ahead 24-10 in the fourth quarter. Olson’s third touchdown made it 31-10 on a 9-yard pass to Marcus Everett. Olson had the announced crowd of 59,709 cheering early when he connected with Ryan Moya over the middle for a 16-yard touchdown pass on UCLA’s opening drive. The Bruins then stopped Utah on its 44-yard line before being penalized for too many players on the field, keeping the Utes’ drive alive. But Ratliff’s 30-yard pass to Marquis Wilson was called offsides and the Utes were forced to punt. Olson’s first incompletion occurred as Logan Paulsen ran into the end zone. A few plays later, a 46-yard field goal attempt by Medlock went wide left. The Utes tied the game at 7 on a 26-yard pass from Ratliff to Brent Casteel in the second quarter, giving their sizable section of red-clad fans reason to cheer. The drive’s big play came on fourth-and-1 at Utah’s 41-yard line, when defensive back Eric Weddle carried 5 yards for a first down. The Utes then notched consecutive first downs, leading to Ratliff’s scoring pass. The Utes pulled Ratliff on their next possession, replacing him with Oklahoma transfer Tommy Grady, whose second pass of the drive was picked off by Alterraun Verner _ UCLA’s first interception return for a touchdown by a freshman since 1989. Stepping in front of Casteel, Verner snagged the ball and ran 34 yards up UCLA’s sideline for a 14-7 lead. Verner had an 18-yard fumble recovery in the closing minutes, too. Louie Sakoda kicked a 44-yard field goal that left Utah trailing 14-10 at halftime.
Sir Alex Ferguson will return to the Old Trafford dugout to celebrate 20 years since Manchester United’s famous treble.The legendary manager will take charge of the Red Devils for an anniversary match with Bayern Munich on May 26, two decades on from the dramatic 1999 Champions League final at the Nou Camp. The match will remember the night Sir Alex’s men came from behind with two late goals to win the Champions League in dramatic fashion.United’s current interim boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, scored the winner in the third minute of stoppage time after Teddy Sheringham had levelled just two minutes earlier. Sir Alex remains a regular at Old Trafford “I’m really looking forward to what will be a special day at Old Trafford,” Sir Alex said.“It will be great to catch up with some familiar faces and a great opportunity to support the work of Manchester United Foundation.”A host of former players from the iconic 1998/99 season will feature to mark the unique treble, which is yet to be replicated by any English club. 2 huge blow 2 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won no dice MONEY Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? BEST OF Fears surrounding Sir Alex’s health were sparked earlier this year when he suffered a brain haemorrhage.He was rushed to hospital on May 5 for emergency brain surgery, but has since returned to full health.The Scot, who lifted more than 30 trophies in his time at Old Trafford, still holds influence on the club’s board. ADVICE REVEALED Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REVEALED Solskjaer was the hero in 1999 RANKED LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move
The Leatherbury Law Office has (20) complimentary tickets for children 12 and under. Please stop in the Leatherbury Law Office for a complimentary ticket for your children, grandchild, or children of friends. Family fun will include door prizes and a silent auction. BodnerAdmission is $10 and $5 for children 12. Tickets may be purchased in advance or at the or at the door. The Washington County Democratic Party will host its Barbeque Dinner on Saturday, May 13 at 6 p.m. at the Salem Senior Center located at 1705 N Shelby St in Salem. Rep. GoodinThe keynote speaker is Hon. Terry Goodin, Indiana State Representative, a leading contender for Governor of Indiana in 2020. Indiana singer/songwriter, Emmy Bodner will be providing live music during the dinner. Her original song “Can I Be Your Everything” aired nationally on the CBS Morning Show. Emmy also won the Louisville WDRB FOX in the Morning Idol contest and a new Smart Car from Swope AutoGroup. Emmy qualified at the Chicago tryouts for American Idol and made the trip to Hollywood to sing for Randy Jackson, Nicky Minaj, Keith Urban and Mariah Carey.
By Paul LeckerSports ReporterWRESTLINGSpencer/Columbus wins Cloverbelt titleSpencer/Columbus had 11 top-four finishes, including seven individual champions, as it won the Cloverbelt Conference Wrestling Tournament team title on Feb. 3 at Osseo-Fairchild High School.The Rockets finished with 236 points, edging Cadott by 16½ points for the title.Ashton Ackman won 4-2 in overtime over Blaine Brenner of Stanley-Boyd/Owen-Withee in the 106-pound championship match to start the parade of Rockets’ champions.Dominick Wichlacz (113), Leo Rodriguez (120), Bryce Shaw (145), Carson Hildebrandt (170), Hunter Luepke (220), and Logan Zschernitz (285) followed with titles for Spencer/Columbus.Shaw won by major decision, Luepke and Zschernitz earned pins, and the others won by decision in their respective championship matches.Luepke remains undefeated this season after capturing his fourth-straight Cloverbelt title.Jake Dick finished second at 126 pounds, Colten Schillinger (132) and Caden Schillinger (152) both took third, and Dylan Bohlinger was fourth at 138 for the Rockets.Ackman, Wichlacz, Hildebrandt, and Zschernitz all repeated as conference champions.BOYS SWIMMINGMarshfield fourth at WVC meetD.C. Everest rolled to the team title to earn its first-ever Wisconsin Valley Conference (WVC) championship at the 2018 Wisconsin Valley Conference Boys Swimming Meet on Feb. 1 at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.Everest racked up 350 points to easily outdistance itself from Stevens Point (263) and Wisconsin Rapids (251). Marshfield earned fourth place with 205 points, two ahead of Wausau East.Stevens Point had won the previous six WVC meets and last five overall conference titles.Myles Jensen had Marshfield’s top finish, taking second in the 200-yard freestyle in a time of 2:00.48.Jensen also teamed with Nathan Albanito, Jeffrey Berres, and Ethan Dagit to take third in the 400 freestyle in 3:43.12 for the Tigers.Dagit took fourth in the 50 freestyle (24.48), Albanito was fifth in the 100 butterfly (1:02.33), and Jacob Dick finished fourth in the 100 breaststroke (1:10.57 and fifth in the 200 IM (2:18.63) for Marshfield’s other top-five finishes.BOYS HOCKEYMarshfield splits pairA.J. Trierweiler saved all 25 shots that came his way, lifting Marshfield to a 4-0 shutout of Lakeland in a nonconference game Feb. 2 at the Lakeland Ice Arena.Max Heller and Adam Maki scored in the first period, Evan Weister added a goal in the second, and Nick Urban scored on a power play in the third for the Tigers, who improve to 11-11 with the victory.Marshfield was shut out by D.C. Everest 5-0 at home on Feb. 1 to fall to 1-8 in Wisconsin Valley Conference play.GYMNASTICSMarshfield wins dualMarshfield won all four events and Macey Smith took first in the all-around, as the Tigers gymnastics team downed Medford 131.075-109.7 in a Great Northern Conference crossover dual meet Feb. 1 at Medford High School.Emma Haugen won the vault, Melanie Hafenbredl took first in the uneven bars, Bailey Schmitt won the balance beam, and Brooke McGrath was first in the floor exercise as the Tigers swept the four events.Smith took second in the vault, third in the bars, and fourth in the floor as she won the all-around.Haugen also placed second in the bars and Ally Bakke was second in the floor for Marshfield.