Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry By News Highland – February 5, 2011 Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 50 jobs to be retained at Gallagher’s Bakery Twitter News It has been revealed that up to 50 jobs will be retained at Gallagher’s Bakery, Ardara following confirmation of the sale of the fresh produce section of the bakery.That information was revealed at a public meeting held in the town last night called in the wake of the news that at least 124 jobs will be lost at the facility.All major party’s were represented at last night’s meeting as was the local community.On the night, questions were posed as to whether the IAWS/Arista plant in Dublin had been grant-aided by any State Agency which facilitated the displacement of jobs from Ardara to Dublin.Cllr. Slowey and others asked that this matter be clarified as soon as possible.[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/terryarddara.mp3[/podcast] Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterest Previous articleJobs boost for Ranafast community centreNext articleFamilies evacuated in Sion Mills bomb hoax News Highland Google+ Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Google+ WhatsApp
ENTERPRISE, Utah-Sidney McDonald stepped up with 14 points and Kanab gashed Enterprise 44-36 Tuesday in Region 18 girls basketball action. Averi Staheli had 9 points in the loss for the Wolves. Region 14 DELTA, Utah-Emilia Anderson scored a game-high 12 points, Bayli Heap added 10 more as the Juab Wasps earned a 39-30 win over Delta Tuesday in Region 14 girls basketball action. Brinley Henrie scored 9 points in the loss for Delta. January 15, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 1/15 SALINA, Utah-Brook Roper netted 13 points as the North Sevier Wolves gashed Gunnison 53-42 in Region 18 girls basketball action Tuesday. Taryn Thompson had 13 points for the Bulldogs in defeat. Region 18 Region 21 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailGirls Basketball BEAVER, Utah-Tavy Gale amassed 18 points and 7 steals as the Beaver Beavers pummeled Parowan 79-26 in Region 18 girls basketball action Tuesday. McKail Burton had 7 points in the loss for the Rams. Written by MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Alexa Lord led the way with 22 points and the Richfield Wildcats routed North Sanpete 67-47 in Region 15 girls basketball action Tuesday. Sarah Oldroyd had 13 points in the loss for the Hawks. MONROE, Utah-Kaylie Jenson posted 19 points and Mattie Blackburn added 18 more as the South Sevier Rams blasted Manti 60-41 Tuesday in Region 15 girls basketball action. Ashton Wood, Breana Barson and Nicole Nelson had 6 points apiece in the loss for the Templars. MILFORD, Utah-Preslee Barnson posted 13 points and the Milford Tigers decimated the West Desert Hawks 62-6 Tuesday in Region 21 girls basketball action. Region 15 Brad James
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error TEMPE, Ariz. >> Mike Scioscia didn’t have to think very long to recall the last Rule 5 draft pick to make an Opening Day roster with the Angels: Pitcher Derrick Turnbow in 2000, Scioscia’s first year as manager.Fifteen years later, Turnbow is the only Rule 5 draft pick ever to stick with the Angels under Scioscia. Don’t tell that to Taylor Featherston. Actually, go ahead. Tell him.“You have to be a firm believer that you can compete and hold your own and at least tell yourself that you’re the best on the field,” Featherston said. “Even if that’s true or not, I feel that attitude is going to be the best for any player.” A calculated stubbornness is really helpful for someone in Featherston’s position. As a Rule 5 pick, the Angels can’t send him to the minor leagues. If healthy, Featherston is either on the Angels’ 25-man roster on Opening Day or going back to the Colorado Rockies, who chose not to protect Featherston during the Rule 5 draft in December.That means Featherston, who’s never played an inning above Double-A in his life, must outperform infielders Grant Green, Johnny Giavotella and/or Josh Rutledge — all of whom have major league experience. One of the four will get the majority of the playing time at second base. The other will back up at second base, shortstop and maybe third too.There’s a reason no Angels Rule 5 pick has beaten the odds in 15 years — the odds are beyond long.Featherston, 25, doesn’t see it that way, but he isn’t really paying attention.“For the most part, you have to take those thought processes out of your head and just focus on your daily routine, geting better every day,” he said. “Nothing’s changed from High A to Double A to Fall League to here. The only difference is the guys in the room, more people watching the games, that’s it.” Angels general manager Jerry Dipoto insists that Featherston’s odds aren’t all that long, period.“What Taylor’s shown us so far is that he is mature on the field beyond what his level of play to this point would suggest,” Dipoto said. “He gets in the box and it’s composed. He battles through his at-bats. He really grinds. I think he’s done a great job taking advantage of the opportunity. It’s there for him.”So far Featherston has good reason to feel like he belongs. In his first 12 Cactus League at-bats — a postage-stamp-sized sample against an ecletic group of pitchers — he has three singles, a double and four RBIs. Featherston has also made two errors at second base in 16 chances, and what he does in the field might mean more than anything he does at the plate. The player Featherston is essentially replacing on the roster, John McDonald, was a defensive whiz.“With Taylor, he played collegiate ball, played through Double-A, he’s shown the makeup to handle stuff,” Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. “Hopefully he’ll match it with the physical things we need on the field.”#FerrellTakesTheFieldActor/comedian Will Ferrell played all nine positions on the diamond in five different Cactus League games Thursday, a made-for-TV stunt that gained wide attention. Ferrell’s game-used memorabilia will be auctioned off for charity at a later date.Ferrell played one inning in center field for the Angels in Tempe, cleanly fielding a routine single up the middle. Mike Trout was allowed to return to his position afterward.Using a helicopter and a car to shuttle around greater Phoenix, Ferrell appeared in two more afternoon games, then joined the Dodgers for their night game against the San Diego Padres in Peoria.Taking the mound in the bottom of the seventh inning, Ferrell pitched one-third of an inning. The 6-foot-3 right-hander threw one pitch to Padres batter Rico Noel, who intentionally bunted the ball back to the mound. Ferrell threw out Noel, then was removed by Dodgers manager Don Mattingly in mock disgust. Ferrell wore number 19 for the Dodgers, which had been retired by the franchise to honor Jim Gilliam.AlsoZack Greinke will start one of the Dodgers’ two games against the Texas Rangers at the Alamodome in San Antonio, either March 20 or 21. Mattingly said that Clayton Kershaw will not make the trip. … Dodgers pitchers Mike Adams and J.P. Howell (groin) emerged from their recent mound sessions healthy and could return to game action this weekend. … Former Dodgers staffer Colin Gunderson is returning to Camelback Ranch this weekend to sign copies of his new book, Tommy Lasorda: My Way, along with the Hall of Fame manager. There will be two signings in the center-field pavilion: 6-8 p.m. Friday and noon-2 p.m. Saturday.
Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” Todayâ€™s Wellington High School bulletin for Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015:ThursdayFridayâ€¢Basketball at WHS vsÂ Colligate.â€¢Regional Wrestling at Pratt 2 p.m.Saturdayâ€¢Regional Wrestling at Pratt.Thursday lunch: Cheesy tuna noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, orange wedges, hot roll/jelly.Friday lunch: Chicken patty/bun, oven fries, baked beans, oatmeal cookie, mandarin oranges.Todayâ€™s news:*Seniors: – The Wellington Community Theater is offering two $1,000 scholarships to students who wish to continue their love of theater in college. If you are interested, please pick up a scholarship guideline form in the counselor’s office.*Senior students: If you are planning on pursuing a degree in education, there is a scholarship application in the counselorâ€™s office for a $500.00 scholarship. Applicants may be male or female. If you are interested you may pick up a scholarship application in the counselor’s office.*Come Try-out for the 2015-2016 Cheer Squad! Cheer Clinic will be held on March 11th and 12th from 5:30-7:00 in the Main Gym and Tryouts will be on Friday, March 13th @ 10:00 a.m. You will need to pick up a try-out packet in the office before tryouts. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Lawrence in the office.*Senior girls: If you did not get a PEO scholarship applicationÂ on Tuesday, you may pick one up in the counselor’s office.*Special K Basketball has a home game on Friday starting @ 12:45. Studentâ€™s can pay $1.00 at the door to watch.*Attention Senior females!Â Our local Beta Sigma Phi Â Rho Eta Chapter is providing a $500 scholarship to a graduating Wellington high-school female senior intending to pursue a post-high school course of study at either a college/university or other post-secondary educational institution. Applications are online under “Scholarships” on theâ€ Counseling” page and paper applications are available in the counseling office.*Leadership and SADD will be hosting a Dodge ball Tournament the afternoon ofÂ March 4thÂ for $10 per team; 5 on a team.Â We will also be hosting a talent show on that same day – $5 for an individual to perform; $10 for a group to perform.Â Deadline to sign up for both of these events isÂ February 25.Â Students wishing to watch either event may do so for $1.Â Sign up sheets for the talent show are outside the Choir Room, outside room 208, outside Officer Yunker’s office and in the main office.Â The Sign up sheet for the dodge ball tournament is in the main office.College visits during lunch:Tuesday, February 24-Fort Hays