Tweet EntertainmentLocalNews Colton T releases “Everything & More” video. by: – March 28, 2012 142 Views one comment Share Share Sharing is caring! Share Photo compliments: 365 MMPFans of Colton are being given a sneak peek into what could be deemed as the beginning of bigger and better things for their local Reggae/Dancehall artists.This Creative Photo Story Project which was put together by Colton T was photographed on Sunday at the Princess Margaret Hospital by 365, MMP.It was created to depict a scene which involves the artiste who was just released from the hospital and being taken care of by someone who means “Everything & More” to him.That role was played by Dominica’s Carnival Queen Miss Nadira Lando.Special thanks to the management of PMH, the Carnival Development Committee, 365 MMP, Promotions Manager Shermain Bique and everyone who made this release possible.The song was recorded in Gwallas Nation Studios & Mixed by Tige “Triggah” Magloire.[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkkTbSwz7NE[/youtube]Press Release
Loading… It is hoped that the spread is limited as Rugani remained an unused substitute for Maurizio Sarri on the Juventus bench. Wearing light make-up, Georgina completed her look for the day by letting her raven locks fall loose down her shoulders. Ronaldo flew to his homeland to visit his mother, who recently suffered a stroke, before the news broke and he must stay put rather than fly back to northern Italy where the outbreak is at its most rampant.The Portuguese press plastered the story over their front pages with Quotidiano Sportivo and Abola both running headlines about Ronaldo being in quarantine. All sporting events in Italy have been cancelled until at least April 3 but Juventus are scheduled to face Lyon in the Champions League next Tuesday. That game is due to be played behind closed doors but is now widely expected to be postponed by UEFA. Rugani is the second professional footballer to test positive, with Hannover 96 defender Timo Hubers currently in quarantine. He took to Twitter and wrote: ‘You will have read the news and that’s why I want to reassure all those who are worrying about me, I’m fine. ‘I urge everyone to respect the rules, because this virus makes no distinctions! Let’s do it for ourselves, for our loved ones and for those around us.’ Contact: Ronaldo (left) and Daniele Rugani (circled) shared a dressing room on Sunday Read Also: Pogba makes coronavirus fund-raising pledge Ronaldo had flown back to Turin prior to the Juventus game having spent time with his mother in hospital following her stroke. Dolores Aveiro, 65, has since said she was fully aware of what was happening and the stroke left her with no long-term physical damage. Ronaldo came back from her bedside to play on Sunday before returning to Madeira when he was told of Rugani’s positive test and enforced isolation. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Cristiano Ronaldo was trying to make the most of his quarantine as he sunbathed shirtless on the balcony of his house in Funchal, Portugal on Monday. The footballer, 35, is self-isolating after his Juventus team-mate Daniele Rugani tested positive for COVID-19, however his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez did enjoy some retail therapy on Tuesday. Relaxation: Cristiano Ronaldo, 35, was trying to make the most of his quarantine as he sunbathed shirtless on the balcony of his house in Funchal, Portugal on Monday Ronaldo displayed his ripped and gym-honed physique as he soaked up the sun on his balcony, donning a pair of lime green shorts and dark sunglasses. While Ronaldo has been staying at home, his other half Georgina cut a stylish figure as she stepped out for a shopping trip. The model, 26, displayed her jaw-dropping figure in a black skintight long-sleeved dress which she wore with a beige handbag. Out and about: The footballer is self-isolating after his Juventus team-mate Daniele Rugani tested positive for COVID-19, however his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez did enjoy some retail therapy on Tuesday Wearing light make-up, Georgina completed her look for the day by letting her raven locks fall loose down her shoulders. Ronaldo flew to his homeland to visit his mother, who recently suffered a stroke, before the news broke and he must stay put rather than fly back to northern Italy where the outbreak is at its most rampant. Ronaldo and Rugani shared a dressing room on Sunday when Juventus beat Inter Milan 2-0 behind closed doors. Quarantine: Ronaldo flew to his homeland to visit his mother, who recently suffered a stroke, before the news broke and he must stay put rather than fly back to northern Italy A picture posted on Instagram by Miralem Pjanic after the game shows Ronaldo and Rugani celebrating the victory in a close huddle with their team-mates. Everyone who came into contact with Rugani on both sides has now required to be in isolation. Promoted ContentWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAPTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV ShowsAir Pollution Is Rapidly Decreasing Thanks To COVID-19Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (May 15) – Before Friday night, Regan Tafoya had never won an IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified feature in the State of Idaho, and he’d never won a feature in a torrential downpour.Now he’s done both.Tafoya led the all but the first circuit in the Dirt Wars main event at Idaho Falls Raceway shortened from 30 to 20 laps due to deteriorating visibility and track conditions. The $1,000 victory put him on the ballot for this September’s Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.“I always thought Idaho Falls owed me one,” said Tafoya, after taking the checkers ahead of Jake Donnelly and Joey Price. “We went up there in 2003 to race for regional points and my steering wheel fell off while I was in the lead with three laps to go. I was able to go there and get redemption for a win I should have had in 2003.”Tafoya started on the pole but watched Don Baisch zoom ahead on the first lap Friday. He was back in front when the second lap was scored and managed to stay there despite the series of yellows that prevented him from building up any sizable lead.Travis Metz tried inside several times before hitting a slick spot in the track and falling off the pace. Donnelly kept up pursuit but ran out of laps.Rounding out the top five finishers were Brian Wordelman and Emery Wells.The victory was the fourth this season for Tafoya, who also counts career-first wins in Nevada and Utah so far in 2015.Jesse Baldwin was the $750 IMCA SportMod feature winner. Chuck Delp was second and Kenny Vollmer took third.The Saturday night program during Idaho Falls’ season-opening weekend was canceled.Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Regan Tafoya; 2. Jake Donnelly; 3. Joey Price; 4. Brian Wordelman; 5. Emery Wells; 6. Jason Donnelly; 7. Travis Metz; 8. Don Baisch; 9. Reed Payne; 10. Chris Clark; 11. Charlie Johnson; 12. Mike Yost; 13. Casey Delp; 14. K.C. Perez; 15. Bert Beech; 16. Tony Steward; 17. Blake Lyle; 18. Lonnie Timmons; 19. Corey Kortnum; 20. Ron Moser; 21. Rowene Kesler.SportMods – 1. Jesse Baldwin; 2. Chuck Delp; 3. Kenny Vollmer; 4. Allen Riley; 5. Dale Smith; 6. J.R.Flores; 7. Brock Aeschbacher; 8. Kendra Vollmer; 9. B.J. Haslam; 10. Colton Jackman; 11. Rich Mueller.
Former Celtic, Aston Villa and Sunderland manager O’Neill has taken his time to make up his mind with the FAI having identified him as its primary target within days of the Italian’s exit. Delaney confirmed that talks are at an advanced stage and that he hopes to be able to unveil the new management team on Saturday with 61-year-old O’Neill having turned down a series of chances to work in the Barclays Premier League once again to resume his career at international level. He said: “It’s all but done. Everything is agreed. It’s just a case of signatures. I think you can take it that Martin O’Neill will be the Republic of Ireland manager and that Roy Keane will be his assistant. “The idea is to have Martin O’Neill here on Saturday and confirm him as our new manager. “Martin thought about it for a period of time. He has turned down jobs in the premiership to take this job. “I hope this time around with this appointment, once it’s confirmed officially next Saturday, that people will get behind this appointment, because it’s our country. “We want our country to achieve, we want our country to qualify for major tournaments, we want to let bygones be bygones, we want to work together.” Former Northern Ireland international O’Neill could find himself thrust into the ongoing controversy over players from the North opting to play for Ireland rather than the country of their birth, as they are entitled to do, with Darron Gibson and James McClean among those who have chosen to do so. Delaney said: “I think the players make up their own minds. James McClean, Darron Gibson play for the Republic because of their different backgrounds, and they want to play for the Republic as opposed to Northern Ireland.” Should O’Neill and Keane be confirmed in their posts at the weekend, they will be in position to prepare the players for friendlies against Latvia in Dublin and Poland in Poznan later this month. The squad is due to meet up in time for training in Malahide on Monday ahead of the first game against the Latvians at the Aviva Stadium next Friday evening. But their main focus will be on preparing the players for the resumption of competitive action in September next year, when the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign is due to get under way. Ireland, of course, qualified for the Euro 2012 finals under Trapattoni via the play-offs having narrowly missed out on the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa via a similar route. However, they finished a distant fourth behind Germany, Sweden and Austria in their Group C campaign for next summer’s World Cup finals in Brazil, and that ultimately cost the 74-year-old Italian his job as successive defeats by the Swedes and the Austrians left them facing an impossible task. In confirming Martin O’Neill’s imminent appointment as Ireland manager and with it, Keane’s installation as his number two more than a decade after he made an infamous exit from the 2002 World Cup finals in the Far East, Delaney was adamant those events in Saipan have nothing to do with the future of Irish football. Speaking on Newstalk Radio, Delaney described talks with the former Manchester United skipper last week as “absolutely brilliant” and added: “It’s years ago, there should be a line drawn in the sand in terms of Saipan and what happened. We were all younger people back then. “I think we all say things in different parts of our life. I’m sure you or I have said things that we regret. “But anything that would have been said by Roy or I to each other or about each other is irrelevant, it’s irrelevant. “Irish football and our country is bigger than anything.” Keane famously questioned Ireland’s preparations for the tournament in a bust-up which led to a stand-off between himself and then manager Mick McCarthy, and despite a major diplomatic exercise, their differences could not be bridged and Ireland’s captain played no part in the tournament. However, his rehabilitation appears to be complete following his decision to accept O’Neill’s overtures to assist him after the Ulsterman was approached over the vacancy left by Giovanni Trapattoni in September. Delaney later told Sky Sports News: “We met last week. I was very taken by him. He wants to come. He’s been a great footballer. “Martin wants him to be his assistant. He was Martin’s choice. I come from a school where the manager chooses his backroom team. “People need to draw a line in the sand. It’s gone. Now is the time to stop talking about it.” Football Association of Ireland chief executive John Delaney has insisted Roy Keane’s turbulent past is irrelevant to his impending return to the international stage. Press Association
“He had an operation on Wednesday,” he said. “They had to go back into his leg and put a little pin in it. I haven’t spoke to the doctor about the length he will be out but it’s going to be a while. “It’s a setback for him. The doctors are with him so we’ll find out soon (how long he’s out for). “He wasn’t too far away from being back. He was running and doing everything. It’s a blow for him and blow for us. “It’s just not healed the way we thought.” Kozak cost Villa £7million when he signed from Lazio last summer and had scored four goals in 15 games before suffering the injury in training after a collision with defender Ciaran Clark. He was expected to return soon and Lambert admitted the news had affected the 25-year-old Czech Republic international. “It’s a nightmare. I spoke to him about his injury and he felt a bit down which is understandable because he’s worked so hard to get back,” he said. “When he came his goal ratio was very good. He’s a handful. He’s just been unfortunate that he’s suffered that setback.” Captain Ron Vlaar is also out of Saturday’s Barclays Premier League visit of Manchester City with a calf injury, something Lambert attributes to World Cup burn-out after Holland’s run to the semi finals. “Hopefully he will be back after the international break, it’s just a calf injury,” he said. “He’s had it for the last couple of years. He did his right, then his left. I knew it would happen, just never this early. “He looks after himself in the best way he can. It was just fatigue from the World Cup.” Aston Villa striker Libor Kozak has suffered a blow in his recovery from a broken leg after having more surgery. The forward has been out since January and went under the knife on Wednesday after a scan revealed the injury had not healed as well as hoped. Kozak’s spell on the sidelines is likely to be extended by a number of weeks after boss Paul Lambert confirmed the setback. Press Association
The fourth edition of the Nenagh Classic got under way today with over 500 cyclists expected to take part in the two day event.Racing Director Rene Van Damme has the results from today’s team trial.He has details of what people can expect tomorrow also.
Steve AllenSteven Allen, 61, of Wellington died, Sunday, October 20, 2013 at Sumner Regional Medical Center in Wellington.Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Thursday, October 24th, at the First Christian Church in Wellington, KS. Visitation will be at the Hawks-Shelley Funeral Home in Wellington from 9:00 A.M. until 8:00 P.M., Wednesday, October 23, 2013 with the family receiving friends from 6:00 until 8:00 P.M. Burial will be at the Prairie Lawn Cemetery in Wellington. A memorial has been established with the Avenue of Flags or the Wellington Humane Society PO Box 494, Wellington, KS 67152 and may be left with the Hawks-Shelley Funeral Home of Wellington. For further information or to send a condolence please visit www.hawksfuneralhome.Steven Ray Allen was born November 25, 1951 the son of Emerson and Betty Lee (Ray) Allen in Wellington. He graduated from Wellington High School in 1970 and earned a Bachelorâ€™s Degree in Vocational Education.Steven joined the US Navy and served his country in the UDT Seal Teams all over the world for over 24 years. Steven was united in marriage to Jana Staley in 1992. He worked at Allen Trenching, worked for the City of Wellington, and was currently the Maintenance Supervisor for Sumner Regional Medical Center. Steven was a hard worker and always cheerful; he could talk to anyone, but was also tenacious and determined. He was involved in pet rescue, enjoyed spending time traveling and loved the ocean.Steven is survived by his wife Jana of the home, father, Emerson Allen of Winfield, sons: Brian Cochran of Wellington, Lee Cochran of Wellington, and Joseph Cochran and his wife Shanna of Minot, ND; brothers, Bobby Allen and his wife Vicki of Mt. Hope, KS and Doug Allen and his wife Janet of Milan, KS, as well as many nieces and nephews.
“Yeah, it’s changed. It’s started to change a little bit, but, yeah, it was different,” Sopel said of coaches like Crawford, who “were the boss and they made it known.””I can’t speak for him,” the defenseman said of whether Crawford feels remorseful about how he treated players. “I don’t know if he is or not. I don’t know even if he looked at it outside the box, meaning, ‘All right, this is just the only way I had to coach’ . . . Maybe that was his way of coaching.”Obviously, times have changed now. If you did that s— now, you wouldn’t be around, you’d be f—ing, pack your bags in a second and be gone,” Sopel told Barstool. “I had to go through every struggle and every scar to get to where I am today.” MORE: Oilers GM Ken Holland says he was unaware of Mike Babcock mistreating players while coaching DetroitSopel, on the other hand, did not willingly offer insight into Crawford’s coaching tactics, and he spoke up about the confusion in a statement on social media Thursday. Sopel seemed to be making an allegation during an appearance on Episode 212 of Barstool’s “Spittin’ Chiclets” podcast.”The stories I shared on ‘Spittin’ Chiclets’ have recently been cited alongside accusations made by other players against Coach Marc Crawford,” Sopel wrote. “It was not my intent to make any allegations against anyone or any organization. I was only speaking to how Coach Crawford affected me. I cannot speak for how others were affected by him. I played hundreds of games for Coach Crawford, including a season where I posted 42 points. He found ways to motivate me and make me a better player. He molded me into a player that went on to win a Stanley Cup in Chicago.”Sopel played three seasons in Chicago, winning the Cup in 2010. His seven seasons under Crawford were with the Vancouver Canucks (1998-2004) and Los Angeles Kings (2006-07).”I recognize and respect that different coaching tactics affect people in different ways. Just as I prefer others not speak on my behalf about my life experiences, I will not comment on Coach Crawford’s impact on other players. Those are not my stories to tell,” Sopel wrote.MORE: Akim Aliu pleased after meeting with Gary Bettman and Bill Daly: ‘Big change is coming’Barstool asked Sopel about how things might have changed when Crawford and Sopel were reunited in Los Angeles after the coach “tortured” the player earlier in his career. Several former NHL players have willingly entered the conversation about an investigation into alleged physical abuse by Chicago Blackhawks assistant coach Marc Crawford. Others, such as Brent Sopel, have been thrown into it.Sean Avery sparked the investigation when he claimed Crawford kicked him in the back in 2006 for causing a too many men on the ice penalty. Patrick O’Sullivan added, “I talked about his physical abuse in my book four years ago kicking me and others on the bench.”
#Pelicans shootaround update presented by @HUBInsurance, Zion back on court shooting; JJ Redick out vs. Nets virtually guarantees a 15th different starting group for New Orleans; Spencer Dinwiddie on scoring tear for Brooklyn): https://t.co/S6FRD9wTIQby @Jim_Eichenhofer pic.twitter.com/D1bYlI5VmA— New Orleans Pelicans (@PelicansNBA) December 17, 2019The Pelicans are on their worst losing streak in the franchise’s history, suffering 13 consecutive defeats.Still, they have received promising contributions from newcomers such as Brandon Ingram and Jaxson Hayes, and they could add another lottery pick to the mix in the 2020 NBA Draft to cement a young roster around Williamson.Omnisport contributed to this report. “We’re really excited about where he’s at. He’s made really good progress,” Griffin told Fox Sports New Orleans. “I know we’ve reached that eight-week point and everybody’s ready to see him. I think we’re a little ways away yet, but today was a really big first step. … He’s at an important time for him because he’s now fully weight bearing, so if we’re going to see a setback we would see it now.” Zion Williamson is still not close to his highly anticipated NBA debut despite making good progress, Pelicans executive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin said Tuesday.Williamson, 19, was the first pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, but the forward underwent knee surgery in October. Williamson did some light shooting on Tuesday before the struggling Pelicans (6-22) lost in overtime to the Nets. But Griffin moved to play down excitement around that step, saying Williamson still had work to do.
Major League Baseball and its players have agreed to limit this year’s amateur draft to five rounds, down from the usual 40 rounds, ESPN’s Jeff Passan and Kiley McDaniel reported Friday.Baseball wanted to shorten the draft for financial reasons. It is trying to preserve cash after losing millions in revenue because of the coronavirus pandemic. Signing fewer players will help. Now, players who are not selected in this year’s five-round draft will be able to sign as free agents for a maximum of $20,000. Teams can sign as many of those players as they want, Sherman reported.Sherman reported the draft will begin as scheduled on June 10 and conclude June 11. The draft was to be held June 10-12 in Omaha, Neb., to coincide with the start of the College World Series, but the NCAA canceled the tournament in March as fears about the pandemic grew in the U.S.Friday’s reports tracked with similar information tweeted Thursday by Ernest Dove, who reports on Minor League Baseball. MORE: What to know about rumored plans start dates for 2020Passan and McDaniel reported that the sides settled on five rounds after the MLB Players Association rejected a proposal for a 10-round draft, but it appears both sides had reservations about going 10 rounds.Passan reported on Twitter that a majority of clubs wanted 10 but received “strong” pushback from the teams that were opposed. Joel Sherman of the New York Post reported that player agents pushed their clients to turn down the proposal because no minimum signing bonus amount was set for players selected in Rounds 6-10.