A resident of the Abacoa community in Jupiter is facing murder charges in his wife’s disappearance.Jupiter Police say 43-year-old David Anthony is being held in jail in Las Cruces, New Mexico.Police arrested him on Tuesday on charges of second degree murder and kidnapping.Courtesy: Jupiter Police Department/FacebookJupiter Police say they have been unable to find his wife, 51-year-old Gretchen Anthony. She was last seen on March 20 at her home on Sunshine Drive in the Mallory Creek neighborhood of Abacoa.Investigators say the evidence they have gathered suggests that she was the victim of a homicide, and they believe her husband is responsible for the crime.Police shared a photo of a 2016 Nissan Frontier and a dark blue Mini Cooper/Clubman that may have been used in the crime.They are asking anyone with information to call (561) 741-2235.
Facebook21Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of TumwaterNow in its third year, this annual community-wide event brings together school, community, and business leaders to discuss topics impacting the health and future of youth and families in the greater Tumwater area. Tumwater Community Summit 2019 will focus on youth in our community who are experiencing homelessness.Tumwater City Administrator John Doan and Tumwater School Superintendent John Bash hope participants gain a better understanding of what youth homelessness looks like, how it impacts youth, and how to be part of the solution.“The Summit provides a venue for us to collaborate around the challenges young people who are experiencing homelessness face each day,” says Doan. “This is an opportunity to seek ideas and support to build a community network of support for youth and families living in poverty.”This free event includes dinner, provided by Tumwater School District, and features a panel discussion with community leaders, followed by breakout sessions on a variety of topics related to youth and homelessness.5:00 – 8:30 p.m.Wednesday, May 1, 2019Tumwater Middle School6335 Littlerock Rd SW, Tumwater, WA 98512Panel Discussion: “What is the Community Doing about Youth Without Homes?”The panel discussion will take a dynamic look at what our community is doing about youth without homes. Panelists include Tumwater Police Department Commander Jay Mason; City Administrator John Doan; Community Youth Services CEO Derek Harris; and Family Support Center Executive Director Trish Gregory.Breakout Sessions:Homeless YouthMagnitude? What it means? What can be done? Lead by two practioners who have daily experience with homeless youth in the community, this session will review the magnitude of youth homelessness, what drives it, and look at ideas for ways to address it. The session will test support for different options to help youth in Tumwater.Avoiding HomelessnessHow does it happen? Prevalence? What we can do? Lots of preconceived notions apply to homelessness. This session will look at the many causes of homelessness and review ways that it can actually be prevented with community support and engagement.Hands-On: Building a Community Networkknowing there is need in our community which impacts all aspects of our City, what can we do to build a community safety net to help kids and families?Educators, students, families and community members are invited to be a part of this special evening.The event is free, registration is requested. To register, send an email to Hanna Miles, Executive Assistant/Deputy Clerk at the City of Tumwater, or call (360) 754-4120.More information at https://www.ci.tumwater.wa.us/our-community/community-summitCo-hosted by the City of Tumwater, Together and the Tumwater School District.
By Mary Ann BourbeauRED BANK – Celtic Thunder is returning to North America for a 75-city tour, and the first stop is at the Count Basie Theatre on Aug. 19.“The first night is always very special,” said Ryan Kelly, who has been a member of the five-member Irish group since it was formed in Dublin in 2007. “Everything will be fresh. We’re happy to be kicking off our tour at the Count Basie Theatre.”Celtic Thunder celebrates the heritage of Irish and Celtic music. The members are known not only for their vocal harmonies and dramatic solos but their eclectic repertoire, which ranges from traditional Irish and folk music to adult contemporary, rock and classical numbers. There will be a mix of lively songs, including “Galway Girl” and “Raggle Taggle Gypsy,” and soft ballads such as “Danny Boy” and “Noreen.”The show also features dramatic, state-of-the-art lighting effects on a stage set resembling an ancient stone pathway, making it a theatrical event as well.“People love it because it’s a combination of things,” said Kelly. “We see three generations from the same family in our audience, and they all take away something different from the show. We have great pride that our music brings people together like that.”The shows also have a little comedic action, such as when the members perform the traditional Irish drinking songs.“We’re just a group of lads working together and we’re good friends as well,” he said. “The comedy adds entertainment for us and for the crowd. People want to sing along and have fun. It wouldn’t be an Irish show without a few Irish drinking songs.”Shortly after Celtic Thunder was formed, the group gained recognition from a performance broadcast on PBS, and they have been touring through North America, Australia and South Africa ever since. They have sold more than 2 million albums and topped the Billboard charts for world album.“Our fan base has been amazing since Day One,” said Kelly. “Irish and Celtic music is all about storytelling. We take people away from their lives for a couple of hours.”Kelly had always loved music but after graduating college, felt he needed a “real job.” In 2007, he was working as an accountant when he saw an article about auditions for Celtic Thunder.“I never really tried to do music full-time, but I thought I would give it a go and see what happens,” he said. “I never believed I had a chance. But lo and behold, here I am. We’re still going strong and about to embark on one of our biggest tours.”Kelly is also looking forward to his free time when he’s back in the United States. He is a big fan of American sports, and is hoping to catch a football or basketball game while he is here, in addition to seeing sights he has never seen before.“I love to travel and explore new places,” he said. “I’ve probably seen more of America than a lot of Americans.”Celtic Thunder will release its latest album, “Legacy, Volume Two,” on Aug. 12. It contains many of the best-loved songs from their tours, including “Streets of New York,” “Seven Drunken Nights,” “Isle of Innisfree” and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”“Being on stage tops everything,” said Kelly. “Every night is different, and it’s always something very special. I know how lucky I am to have this job and do something I really love.”
Dom Borbosa from the Salmon Arm Bulldogs Club edged Benito Ward from Spokane, Wash. in a Junior B 576 kgs Novice bout in a split decision.After Emmet Emblau from 2 Rivers Quesnel and Aiden Gareau of Cranbrook staged an exciting battle in the 27 kgs Initiation match, it was time for the home crowd to get onto their feet for Nelson’s own Riel Martinez in the 35kgs Initiation bout.Martinez did not disappoint the home side as the diminutive fighter held his own against Dylan Muhlig of Cranbrook.“I’m very impressed with the response we see here tonight,” Pineiro said.“I’ve been stressed out all week hoping people would show up. The support we’ve received from the town has been amazing . . . from the people in the community and the boxing community as well as other towns.”The other match results had Payson White of Thistletown/Kelowna and Charlie Nelson of Cranbrook fight in a Junior A Exhibtion before Tristan Ewanin and Eric Whitecap, both of Calgary Boxing scored unanimous decisions over Ty Kolbeck of Cranbrook and Nelson boxer Elias Martinez, respectively.Clive Fagan of Calgary scored a TKO decision over Toby Carroll of Nelson while Yamood Ajaj of Calgary earned a unanimous decision win over Dayton Swaan of 2 Rivers Boxing Club of Quesnel.In the main event, between Olin Lee 2 Rivers Boxing Club of Quesnel and Israel Alvarez of Spokane, Lee earned a split decision.Nelson boxers will now focus their attention the 2016 BC Golden Gloves Tournament, set for the weekend of June 10-11 at 2 Rivers Boxing Club in Quesnel.However, the excitement, and success, of Saturday’s Get to the Golden Gloves Fight Night Fundraiser Event will continue for months to come. It’s been a long, long . . . long time since local fighters have been able to perform in front of home supporters.Saturday, in front of a sold out crowd at the Nelson Rod and Gun Club the Nelson Boxing Club was able to stage its first fight card in more than 30 years with the Get to the Golden Gloves Fight Night Fundraiser Event.“This is big for us,” said the main driver behind the Nelson Boxing Club Jesse Pineiro.“It’s the first boxing match in Nelson that I’m aware of since 1983.” “So it’s big for the town,” added Pinero, coach of the Nelson Boxing Club.“It’s big for our club. . .. It’s kind of a culmination of a lot hard work for our club. We’ve been doing this for three years now and now we finally have enough guys to host a match.“So this feels pretty good to have come this far.”Right from the opening bell, it was obvious the atmosphere in the building the crowd was into the action inside the ring.
MUMBAI, India (CMC):India plan to specifically target explosive opener Chris Gayle in today’s semi-final of the Twenty20 World Cup, team director Ravi Shastri said yesterday.”Bring it on. All our bowlers will target him,” Shastri warned.”I have said this at the beginning. They are probably one of the most dangerous sides in this format,” Shastri said.The left-handed Gayle heads a list of big-hitters in the West Indies side, with the likes of Marlon Samuels, Andre Russell, captain Darren Sammy and Dwayne Bravo all capable of match-winning innings.”They have got explosive players, match-winners. We know what we are up against and we are up and ready as well. This is not a knockout game for us. The knockout was the last game. That was the quarter-final. This is the semi-final.”I still believe we have played only 70 per cent to our abilities in this tournament. There are still areas where we can improve. Let’s hope it happens tomorrow,” said Shastri.”In a semi-final you got to get your ‘A’ game in. You can’t depend on one or two players, you need six, seven players to step up to the plate. It has not happened so far in this tournament. Let’s hope it happens.”
With Guyana embarking on developing its energy sector, the country is looking to tap into the experience ofPresident David Granger and the Kingdom of Denmark’s Ambassador to Guyana Kim Hojlund Christensen shortly after the accreditation ceremony on Wednesdaythe Kingdom of Denmark as it accredits a new non-resident Ambassador.Denmark’s Ambassador to Guyana, Kim Hojlund Christensen, handed over his Letters of Credence to President David Granger on Wednesday at the Ministry of the Presidency.Upon accepting the accreditation documents, the Head of State noted that with the appointment of Ambassador Christensen, the existing relations between Guyana and Denmark will be further strengthened.On this note, he pointed out that Guyana is particularly looking forward to working closely with Denmark to advance cooperation for the development of the renewable energy sector in order to build a green and sustainable society.“Denmark is an international bellwether in development of sustainable energy… Guyana, like Denmark, is a small low lying coastal state; in fact, we are one of the smallest states on the continent of South America. So we are keen to learn from Denmark’s experience with community energy models which can guide our own path towards implementation of our national green agenda,” he stated.The President went on to say that relation between Guyana and Denmark over the years has been characterised by principles of mutual respect, mutual non-interference in each other’s internal affairs and cooperation for mutual benefit. He specifically recalled the agreement signed in 2004, cancelling Guyana’s commercial debt to Denmark.Moreover, Granger noted that Guyana looks forward to continued cooperation with Denmark in addressing common global challenges. “Guyana is committed to continuing to be active in global issues such as mitigation, adverse effects of climate change with the aim of finalising sustainable solutions,” he remarked.On this note, the Guyanese Head of State ratified the May 2016 Paris Agreement as well as committed to realising, through international co-operation and national developmental initiatives, the ambitious objectives that were set as part of the United Nations 20-30 Agenda for Sustainable Development.Meanwhile, in brief remarks, Ambassador Christensen, who is based in Brazil, expressed his commitment to promoting cooperation and developing the good relations between Guyana and Denmark.“The relationship between Denmark and Guyana is both longstanding and marked by mutual respect and friendship,” he stated.The Diplomat noted that Denmark and Guyana are committed to showing that the world can come together on important decisions, as was demonstrated at induction of the new Sustainable Development Goals in New York last September and by the Climate Agreement in Paris in December.Furthermore, Christensen pointed out that efforts to combat climate change and its impacts is of particular importance for low lying coastal countries, such as Guyana and Denmark.“Our countries geo-interest in ensuring strong and effective multilateral organisations is the framework for dealing with challenges of globalisation,” he stated.The Ambassador went on to outline that with Denmark having strong historic ties with North European countries and its membership within the United Nations (UN) and European Union (EU), it creates a background of common policies and democracies between itself and Guyana.Diplomatic relations between Guyana and the Kingdom of Denmark dates back to November 16, 1979. (Vahnu Manickchand)
NAPA — Are we about to find out whether a helmet is worth $30 million?A statement made on Twitter by NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy makes it seem unlikely Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown would be approved to wear a helmet that doesn’t meet current National Operating Committee for Standards of Athletic Equipment specifications.The tweet doesn’t specify Brown by name, but reads “The player can’t practice or play in games with equipment that’s not approved. If he doesn’t play or practice he …
LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “Even when he wasn’t born yet, his father was my player,” said Guiao. “We’re very close to Bong and Mozzy, but it’s not really that closeness that made us decide to pick him. What he has earned for himself through the years, he has proven that he is a winner, and he has proven that he’s an intelligent player who can play in any system.”With Ravena in tow, Guiao likes what he has as he sees Ravena forming a deadly backcourt duo with Kevin Alas.“Kiefer’s style is good for our system. Now, we have a K-and-K tandem, Kevin and Kiefer in our backcourt and they’ll be the future of this team,” he said as he expects his rookie to bring in instant impact with the Road Warriors.“Kiefer is coming to the league that he doesn’t need a lot of the learning experience that the other guards have to go through. He doesn’t need that long of an adjustment period. But I’d like to see him improve his outside shooting and his consistency, maybe being able to defend bigger guards also. He doesn’t need to improve much.”ADVERTISEMENT Kiefer Ravena. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netTwenty-five years ago, then-Swift coach Yeng Guiao missed his chance on drafting his former player in the amateur ranks Bong Ravena in the 1992 PBA Draft as the deadeye gunner was selected one pick ahead by San Miguel.Fast forward to 2017 and the fiery coach once again had a chance to draft another Ravena, Bong’s son Kiefer.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 View comments Read Next QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort MOST READ Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Luckily for Guiao, lightning didn’t strike twice as San Miguel went with Christian Standhardinger as the top pick, allowing NLEX to draft the younger Ravena at second in the 2017 PBA Rookie Draft on Sunday.READ: Rookie Ravena hopes to bring leadership at NLEXFEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“It’s no surprise because from the beginning, he was really the one we’re eyeing,” Guiao.Guiao and the Ravenas share a tight-knit relationship given their history but he said it wasn’t the reason why he drafted Kiefer. John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA UP coach Perasol not focused on standings as race to Final Four heats up
Matthew Jukes is returning to Canberra to host the 2013 Wine Dinner in conjunction with the 2013 Touch Football Vinnie-Yard.The dinner will be held at Old Parliament House on Friday, 8 November from 6.30pm.This is a unique opportunity to taste some of the season’s best wines and meet the wine makers from Brindabella Hills, Capital Wines, Clonakilla, Collector, Eden Road, Four Winds, Gallagher, Mt Majura, Nick O’Leary and RavensworthTickets are now available for purchase via the website below for $150 per person or a table of 10 for $1400 – www.vinnies.org.au/matthew-jukes-dinner-act.For more information on the 2013 Touch Football Vinnie-Yard event please click on the article below. Related LinksVinnie-Yard Wine Dinner
Newcastle, Everton eyeing Marseille centre-back Boubacar Kamaraby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveOlympique Marseille’s 19-year-old centre-back Boubacar Kamara is attracting Premier League interest.The Evening Chronicle says United have taken a look at Kamara in recent times, but the Ligue 1 club have now tied him down to a new deal.Nevertheless, Newcastle and Everton have impressive teenager Kamara on their database.Kamara has already made 54 first team appearances and would be considered immediate first team material but after Marseille battled to get him to sign a new deal – he now has a £16million price tag. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say