Chris Luchini of Los Alamos, a Libertarian, files today for a seat on the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission. ‘I’m running for Public Regulation Commissioner in Dist. 3 because I want to be in an area where I have expertise. I want to make sure the commission supports free enterprise. When government picks winners and losers the citizens always lose.’ Photo by Bonnie Gordon/ladailypost.com
Published at 1:00pm The Port Moresby Soccer Association (PMSA) has welcomed the resignation of Papua New Guinea Football Association (PNGFA) President David Chung and the elevation of its (PMSA) President John Wesley Gonjuan as the acting President. PMSA Senior Vice President Joseph Ealedona said it was the ethical thing to do and for the good of football in the region and PNG, Chung must answer to the allegations against him and clear his name. “ PMSA also thank Chung for his efforts in developing football in the region and PNG. Credit must be given where its due and therefore PMSA give credit to Chung for the many positive developments that have taken place under his reign especially bringing the FIFA WU20 World Cup to PNG and pushing the agenda to get OFC direct entry into the prestigious FIFA World Cup in 2026.” Mr Ealedona said PMSA will give full support to the acting President while the PMSA will continue “business as usual” with the Executive arm managing PMSA football activities and administration. He urged associations suspended by PNGFA to take the call by Mr Gonjuan to see the PNGFA secretariat on their suspensions and also strongly urged PNGFA to invoke the process on suspensions and the process to lift or to continue suspension as per the PNGFA statutes without fear or favour. “The resignation of Chung gives us the opportunity to resolve the unwanted football impasse in the country and for football to come back under one roof for the benefit of all our players. We have the ability to be competitive and build our young footballers to take the challenge towards 2026 and our leadership must take the lead in this and therefore support the call from Mr Gonjuan to meet Mr KapiNatto as our football leaders to sit down in good faith and chart the way forward.” Mr Ealedona said the PMSA is having a football summit this weekend with all its membership executives to discuss football plans for its strategic development document.
OXFORD — Life is returning to some sense of normal for injured Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell.Treadwell, who fractured his fibula and dislocated his ankle late in Saturday’s game against Auburn and will miss the rest of the season following surgery, went to class Thursday.He’s back!!! Headed to Classes. @SuccessfulQuon#StoppedByToSayHello#StudentAthlete#AwesomeLettersToLaquonpic.twitter.com/tPoJozNoN6— Bruce Johnson OMFB (@BruceSJohnson) November 6, 2014“He’s getting better,” coach Hugh Freeze said. “(Tuesday) was the first day he was back around the team and the coaches and it was good, but I think he was pretty sore (Wednesday) from getting around. But he’s doing good, and he’s ready to help us coach these receivers and be back with us.”Treadwell and linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche, who is also out for the season, are expected to be on the sideline Saturday when No. 12 Ole Miss plays Presbyterian. Freeze said he leaves it up to the individual position coaches whether or not injured players travel to the team hotel in Tupelo the night before the game.Wide receivers coach Grant Heard said that Treadwell’s mom has been in town to help her son.“Ain’t nothing like having mom’s life close by,” Heard said. “… He’s done well.”7-year-old reaches out to Ole Miss’ Laquon Treadwell
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