Phillips, Joseph M.18Clearwater, KS200 W. 4th, Belle Plaine, KSBPPDDriving under influence, Possession of Opiates, Use/possess drugÂ paraphernalia6/25/16 Nasworthy, Kelsey N.24Oxford, KS1693 E. 80th St., Oxford, KSSUSOIgnition interlock device/Failure to yield;Interference with LEO; Attempted driving while license cancelled6/20/16 Goldring, Steven D49Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOAggravated Buglary; Theft of property6/24/16 Grayson, Cleveland Jr.47Wichita, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence6/20/16 Black, Alfred L. Jr.40Wellington, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation Violation6/21/16 Childers, Rusty L.37Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOFailure to Appear6/24/16 Ledbetter, Darien S.22Wellington, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence6/22/16 Schoen, Cody J.34Wichita, KSEl Dorado Prison, El Dorado, KSSUSOProbation Violation6/22/16 Matthews, Aaron W.27Mulvane, KS1467 N. Easy Rd., Mulvane, KSSUSOCriminal Threat; Crim damage to property6/21/16 Holt, William L.32Wichita, KS1-35 MP 25.7, Wellington, KSKHPCriminal Damage to Property; Battery6/21/16 Johnston, James D.66Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOFailure to Appear6/22/16 White, Roger W.30Arkansas City, KSRadio Ln and 8th St., Arkansas City, KSMPDFailure to Appear6/22/16 Spaulding, Robert A.24Wichita, KSS 1-35 MM16, Wellington, KSKHPDriving while license cancelled6/21/16 Mabrey, Ryan P,40Neosho, MO300 Block of W US160, Wellington, KSKHPProbation Violation6/26/16 Rapier, Stephen L.67Peck, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOTheft of property; Deceptive commercial practice6/22/16 Cook, Rachel E.26Wellington, KS1030 W. College St., Wellington, KSWPDDomestic Battery6/22/16 Villarreal, Zion42Kearney, NBS 1-35 MM 5, South Haven, KSKHPDriving under influence, Operate4 a motor vehicle without valid license6/25/16 Stewart, Caleb D.28Wellington, KS2022 E. 16th, Wellington, KSWPDCriminal Trespass6/26/16 Slack, Keith E.48Wellington, KS129 S. Glendale Rd, Wellington, KSSUSOBattery6/23/16 Garmon, Lindsey A.31Wellington, KS2022 E. 16th, Wellington, KSWPDTheft6/20/16 Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Rivas, Gabriel Jr.35Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSUSOProbation Violation6/23/16 NAMEAGEHOMETOWNLOCATION OF ARRESTAGENCYCHARGESARREST DATE Deluna, Alexia19Fort Worth, TXI-35 MP 10KHPFailure to Appear6/23/16 Mejia, Jose R.29Belle Plaine, KS419 N. Logan, Belle Plaine, KSBPPDRape; Sexual intercourse with physically powerless victim; Eavesdropping; Install/use concealed camcorder without consent6/22/16 Herbst, Ruston W.48Enid, OK401 S. Main, Argonia, KSSUSOFailure to Appear6/24/16 Asbury, Christopher A22Wellington, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation Violation6/21/16 Sumner Newscow report â€” The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for June 20 to June 27, 2016 weekly jail bookings are as follows: Pettegrew, Tanya41Arkansas City, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence6/24/16 Chappell, Charles V.33Wellington, KS918 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation Violation6/24/16 Banister, Monty J.18Wellington, KS800 E. 90th, Belle Plaine, KSSUSODriving while license cancelled6/25/16 Smithson, Ryan J.40Augusta, KSHutchinson, Correctional FacilitySUSOFailure to Appear6/22/16 Chisholm, Kylee J.23Wellington, KS102 W. Apple Blossom, Wellington, KSWPDFailure to Appear6/24/16 Gurley, Aaron T.28Wellington, KS224 S. Jefferson, Wellington, KSWPDFailure to Appear6/25/16 Cook, Ashton L.24Wichita, KSChase County JailSUSOProbation Violation6/23/16 Tran, Hoa V.53Wichita, KS400 Blk. W. Main, Oxford, KSOxford PDViolate Protection Order6/26/16 Monday 0600Â toÂ Monday 0600Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGSÂ 6/20/2016 thru 6/27/2016Â Harrison, Evan C.19Wichita, KS1300 K15, Mulvane, KSSUSODriving while license cancelled; Failure to appear; Probation Violation6/23/16 Jackson, Joseph S.37Wellington, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence6/25/16 Davis, Isaac L.24Anthony, KS100 W. US HWY, Wellington, KSSUSODriving While Suspended6/26/16 Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.
Episodes 5 and 6 of ESPN’s documentary series “The Last Dance” aired Sunday and with it brought some amazing footage of Michael Jordan playing a quarter toss game with a security guard.The footage showed just how competitive Jordan got, even in something as silly as tossing quarters at a wall. It also showed how he was willing to gamble on literally anything involving competition and himself. The game was simple in nature: try to toss the quarter as close to the wall without hitting the wall. Wozniak passed away in January 2020 at the age of 69. During his life he spent a lot of time with Jordan, and the NBA superstar treated him well. “I traveled with Michael to every major city in the U.S., but I also went along with his family on vacations, to events, even all the way to Paris. All over the world,” Wozniak told Complex. “A tremendous bond was formed, and we took it seriously. I have a special relationship with Michael that I share to this day.”The late John Michael Wozniak tells the true story of what it was like working as one of Michael Jordan’s security guards. #TheLastDanceFULL STORY: https://t.co/pBDnb5hKaa pic.twitter.com/DnmAyGjsku— Complex Sneakers (@ComplexSneakers) April 28, 2020In the tribute video for Wozniak, many pictures can be seen with him and Jordan at various points in his career. Jordan Brand even created custom security jackets for Wozniak and his crew. He also told the time of when he and the rest of the security crew got Jumpan tattoos because Jordan said so. This security dude hit Michael Jordan with the Jordan shrug after winning at quarters! #TheLastDance pic.twitter.com/yxFs2kcVnm— Awful Announcing (@awfulannouncing) May 4, 2020After Jordan lost, the security guard hit the NBA star with his famous shrug pose.The real MVP#TheLastDance pic.twitter.com/cFzzdGOSYj— The Ringer (@ringer) May 4, 2020MORE: The best moments from ‘The Last Dance’His name wasn’t mentioned in the documentary, but that security guard is John Michael Wozniak.Wozniak was a Chicago police officer who joined the Chicago Police Department in 1970. He and a few others worked part-time at Chicago Stadium where they would work as security officers.”That’s how I got the opportunity to work with Michael and his entire family,” Wozniak told Complex in 2016. “Two other police officers had befriended Michael, and he wanted them to provide security for him when he’d have anything to do outside of being a Chicago Bulls superstar. These gentleman approached me. I had worked with them in organized crime department in the narcotics division, and they introduced me to Michael, and Michael said yes.
It was the second time during the season the Leafs were penalized for using an ineligible player.However, Ohlhausen said there would be no suspensions of coaches or fines to the teams this season after Hockey Canada insisted the KIJHL revert to its disciplinary rules.“(Hockey Canada) wanted us to return to their rule,” Ohlhausen explained.“If a teams uses an ineligible player, they lose the points regardless of the score.”Ohlhausen is hopeful news of Kelowna’s demise will send ripple affects through the league and its coaches and manager.“I hope so,” Ohlhausen said before heading off to the Eddie Mountain Division to take in games in Golden and Fernie this weekend.“I don’t like taking points away from the teams because it’s not the kids making the mistakes, it’s the team officials. The players don’t know who is listed on the roster, only coaches and manager know that.”The extra two points moves Nelson to within two points of division leading Beaver Valley and Castlegar — both tied for top spot in the Neil Murdoch Division with eight points.Nelson travels to the Okanagan this weekend with stops Friday in Princeton, against the Posse, and Saturday, in Osoyoos, against the Coyotes.Both teams are starting the season slow with Princeton sporting a 3-2 record in five games and Osoyoos batting .500 with a 1-1-0-0-1 mark.BLUELINES: There’s not much to report on the player from for Nelson. Leaf brass has invited a few new players into camp, but did not make any changes to the roster last week. . . . Forward Jordan Davie leads Nelson in scoring with four goals. Davie is tied with Brendan Smith in points, each with four. . . . Leaf netminder Joseph Barton leads the goaltenders with two wins in two games. . . . Next home game for Nelson is Friday, October 2 when Beaver Valley Nitehawks invade the NDCC Arena. Game time is 7 p.m. . . . The Hawks host Columbia Valley Friday before traveling to Castlegar Sunday at 1 p.m. for a Murdoch Showdown against the Rebels. Grand Forks host Kelowna Saturday before travelling to Spokane to face the Braves Sunday. The Nelson Leafs got some payback, albeit a season later, when the Green and White picked up two points in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League standings after the Kelowna Chiefs were caught using an ineligible person on opening day of the current campaign.The Chiefs were penalized two points for having an ineligible trainer on the roster and improving Nelson’s record to 3-1 record to start the season.“(Kelowna) played a someone not approved by Hockey Canada Registry,” KIJHL president Bill Ohlhausen told The Nelson Daily Friday.“And they (Kelowna) lost points.”The Chiefs opened the season by scoring a 3-0 shutout on the score sheet over the Leafs.Kelowna iced the same lineup the next night, but lost 3-2 to the Nitehawks in Beaver Valley.Leaf brass know full well what the Chiefs are going through after coach and GM Dave McLellan was suspended for a month last season for using an ineligible player for the nine games.Nelson also had eight points stripped from the season record.
ADVERTISEMENT Philippines erupts in joy after Pacquiao win Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? KUALA LUMPUR—Manny Pacquiao had Lucas Matthysse all figured out in the first three minutes of the fight.Pacquiao said he already sensed his punching power was too much for Matthysse as early as the opening round.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’“I know he cannot handle my punches,” Pacquiao said during the post-fight conference Sunday after he delivered a seventh-round knockout for the WBA welterweight crown.“From the first round, I already felt that he was scared of my punches. I can see it in his eyes and actions.” In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins MOST READ Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award It appeared so.Philippines’ Manny Pacquiao (R) fights Argentina’s Lucas Matthysse during their world welterweight boxing championship bout at Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur on July 15, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mohd RASFANPacquiao had Matthysse on his heels majority of the bout. A left uppercut knocked Matthysse down in the first round before a crisp jab by Pacquiao hurt him again, forcing him to take a knee before another left uppercut ended it for good.Pacquiao took solid shots from the Argentine fighter but was never in trouble throughout the fight.“From the beginning of the first round I knew in my mind already that I can control the fight, but our strategy is to be patient take time don’t rush and don’t be careless just like before,” he said.The 39-year-old Pacquiao showed no signs of rust despite coming off a one-year layoff since losing to Jeff Horn in Brisbane, Australia.ADVERTISEMENT The eight-division champion earned his 60th win, 39 via knockouts, and 12th title.RELATED VIDEO View comments
Sam Jackson, one of the nation’s leading economic and political thinkers, in his Op-ed piece in yesterday’s Daily Observer, has laid out the stark challenges facing President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as Liberia approaches its next transition period in 2017. That is when Liberians are scheduled to go to the polls to elect a new President.In his brilliant piece, Mr. Jackson presented the President with two stark choices: first, “Governing as a lame duck and biding her time would be disastrous with unfathomable social consequences.” Second, Mr. Jackson postulated (suggested): “The President must govern as though she is running for reelection. Too much is riding on her leadership and we’ve lost too much time to Ebola and political inertia (inactivity, sluggishness). She must turn around the negative narrative that her administration has failed. The President needs one memorable legacy project or two that will silence her critics and make her relevant in the blunt choices for 2017.”Mr. Jackson then gave this warning: “If the President fails to be fully engaged in development over the next two years and gets distracted by politics as usual, Liberia runs the risk of falling back into conflict.”Every Liberian should read Mr. Jackson’s analytical thesis on the way forward in Liberia. It requires the gripping and decisive attention of not the President only, but all of us—those close to her; those far from her; those for her and those against her; and even those who characteristically sit on the fence. Each of us is called to reflect soberly on what Jackson is saying and do EVERYTHING in our power to get the President to listen actively and follow his dispassionate and erudite advice. In doing so, she would not only save her legacy, but far more important, save her country. IT MUST NOT BE SAID THAT AFTER ELLEN, AFRICA’S FIRST ELECTED FEMALE PRESIDENT, LIBERIA SLID BACK INTO CONFLICT.That would be tragic. It would amount to the squandering of the immense resources God has given us; and to blatant ingratitude in the face of the outpouring of help we have received from the international community.What then, must Ellen do to cause Liberians to say, “She played well her part and left Liberia better than she met it?” Her remaining time is not too short to make a big difference in one of the fundamental problems Mr. Jackson touched on: the abject poverty in which Liberians continue to live, while a tiny minority is prospering. To deal decisively with this problem, the President must seriously tackle agriculture, the sector in which a majority of Liberians work and subsist. She must empower our farmers with training, tools, extension services, money and access to markets. She must find the people who can make this happen with the same passion and boldness with which she garnered support to stamp out Ebola.Secondly, Ellen must rear within herself that same level of passion and “not on my watch” sternness to crush corruption in her government. This will permit the resources of the country to flow freely into the areas they are most needed—education, health, empowering Liberians in business and reaching out to the teeming masses on the streets—men, women and children—helping them to attain hope and a brighter future.Here, the President should engage her Education people, including MVTC and the Booker Washington Institute and find ways to teach these street people trades that will give them marketable skills.The President must undergo serious self examination and STRIVE to use power prudently, so that she will be remembered as a leader who was evenhanded, fair, forthright and just. Her political base, Unity Party, is currently in disarray, and she must do everything to fix it. Why disarray? She is said to have personally intervened to support particular candidates against the popular will. Also, in the mind of the public, she is perceived to be feuding with the party’s Chairman, Counselor Varney Sherman. That could sound a death knell to party unity. How, then, will she be remembered as a partisan who benefitted so richly from this party—two terms as President?If we can get the hydro, paved roads to Harper, Vahun and Cape Mount, mini hydros and running water throughout the country, these, too, would enrich her legacy. Nothing, however, would be able to replace the spiritual foundation of her leadership—Ellen’s soul (character) as a leader. That, more than anything else, could smooth the transition, and determine how she will be remembered.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
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Archbishop Njenga came a goal down after Venah Chepkwemoi had sent Chelebei ahead at the half hour mark to take a 1-0 lead at the break.However, Archbishop Njenga returned rejuvenated in the second half, inspired by Sharon Mato who grabbed a brace.Violet Wanyonyi levelled the scores in the 49th minute before Mato ensured they took the lead in the 56th minute with a fine finish.She sealed the win in the 61st minute to see her also complete her brace.-Shinyalu dominant-The last semi was a one sided affair as Shinyalu reigned supreme aided by Sylvia Munyasa who netted a double.Photo/GERALD ANDERSONThe last semi was a one sided affair as Shinyalu reigned supreme thanks to Sylvia Munyasa who netted a double.Lavenda Lihemo opened the scoring just six minutes after kick-off before Munyasa doubled the results in the 13th minute.Defender Dianah Musilivu scored the third goal at the half hour mark as Munyasa scored her second.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The first semi-final saw Archbishop Njenga beat Chelebei 3-1 while Shinyalu thrashed Kingandole 4-0 to see the two sides book a mouth watering finale for the only slot to represent Western in the national final. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONBUNGOMA, Kenya, Feb 3 – Shinyalu Youth will battle it out with Archbishop Njenga Queens in the Girls Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom Western Region Final on Sunday at the Kanduyi Stadium in Bungoma County.The first semi-final saw Archbishop Njenga beat Chelebei 3-1 while Shinyalu thrashed Kingandole 4-0 to see the two sides book a mouth watering finale for the sole slot to represent Western Region in the national final scheduled for March.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John RCMP has provided an update following the investigations of suspicious deaths involving livestock.Suspicious deaths involving a bull and a horse were reported to RCMP.The RCMP confirms that necropsies were conducted on both the bull and the horse in these files.- Advertisement -Police say veterinarian findings in the horse file concluded that the horse died of a perforated bowel.Upon closer inspection of the genital area, it was concluded that there were marks in close proximity to each other that are very consistent with that of small animal claws which were confirmed by a pathologist.The necropsy conducted on the bull was not able to determine a specific cause of death.Advertisement RCMP confirms there is still no discernible link between the two incidents and trust these investigations should bring relief to local livestock producers.In addition to these cases, this past weekend, a registered Hereford was found butchered in a local field.
DeAndre Yedlin shows his pace 1 Look at him go.DeAndre Yedlin running at full speed is a sight Tottenham fans will have no problems getting used to when he joins in time for the 2015/16 Premier League season.Check out the right-back’s tracking back and the speed at which he travels to make a crucial interception for Seattle Sounders in the US Open Cup final.His club beat Philadelphia Union 3-1 to win the trophy where former Tottenham forward Clint Dempsey scored.Would you put him in the Tottenham first team?