The subsequent investigation led police to a property on Christopher Drive, just north of Prince George city limits. There, officers found a mini excavator and trailer stolen from Fort St. James in August 2011, and another trailer and skid street tractor stolen from Grande Prairie in June 2010. The next day, police executed a search warrant on another property on Jutland Road in Prince George, and recovered the stolen jet boat, along with a snowmobile stolen from the city in 2004. Another snowmobile and ATV were found, which are also believed to have been stolen as their Vehicle Identification Numbers have been removed. A second man, a 31 year old from Prince George, was also arrested for his alleged involvement in the thefts. Both accused have been released, and will appear in court on July 10. – Advertisement -Prince George RCMP believes they are part of a bigger property theft ring throughout northern B.C. and northern Alberta, and its investigation continues.
11 7. Memphis Depay (left wing) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 11 11 8. Juan Mata (attacking midfield) 30. Guillermo Varela (right back) 35. Jesse Lingard (right wing) 11 12. Chris Smalling (centre back) 11 11 9. Anthony Martial (striker) 28. Morgan Schneiderlin (centre midfield) 11 21. Ander Herrera (centre midfield) 11 11 11 11 Manchester United suffered a shock defeat to FC Midtjylland in the first-leg of their Europa League round 32 clash seven days ago.With their reputation in Europe and the Premier League having taken a beating this season, the Red Devils must bounce back, particularly given success in the competition could be their best hope of qualifying for the Champions League.But they will have to do so without a string of key senior players.David De Gea, Matteo Darmian and Wayne Rooney, to name but a few, remain on the sidelines, while Chris Smalling is doubtful.So, who could Louis van Gaal turn to?Take a look at talkSPORT’s predicted United line up by clicking the yellow arrow above, right. 49. Joe Riley (left back) 20. Sergio Romero (goalkeeper) 17. Daley Blind (centre back)
Pettigo-based Road recycling company RoadTeam Ltd scooped the overall Donegal Business of the Year award at the Donegal Enterprise Board’s Annual Business Awards in Ballybofey last night.RoadTeam scooped the Business of the Year AwardThe company who restore road surfaces to original conditions reusing the existing road materials was established in 2008 as a road maintenance alternative for the public and private sectors.Their goal is to provide a cost effective solution for road repairs. They were one of five award winners on the night.Letterkenny restaurant Stateside won the Business Achievement Award, while Castlefin Partnership Initiative won the Community Business Award.Lone Star State Ltd, a publisher of Transmedia Content based in the CoLab at LYIT won the Emerging Business Award.Meanwhile a special award was also presented on the night to Lough Derg for their outstanding contribution to the economy in Donegal. ROADTEAM SCOOP DONEGAL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD was last modified: March 23rd, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:businessesDonegal Enterprise BoardLone Star StateRoadTeam
An inquest into the death of Donegal-born journalist Eugene Maloney following an alleged assault on Camden Street last June, has been adjourned pending the outcome of the Garda investigation.Dublin Coroners Court was told a post mortem examination revealed the former Irish Independent reporter died from a brain injury.Eugene Maloney’s brother, Sean gave evidence of formally identifying his body at the City morgue, while Gardai told the Coroner a man has been charged in connection with the death. The inquest has been adjourned until criminal proceedings are completed.The inquest has been adjourned until criminal proceedings are completed.INQUEST ADJOURNED INTO DEATH OF DONEGAL-BORN JOURNALIST was last modified: August 2nd, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:deathEugene Maloneyjournalist
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 But we can at least take some solace: If California’s sex offenders need medication to offend again, well, gosh darn it, they’re going to have to pay for the drug themselves. Who said Californians can’t be tough? 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A small measure of sanity entered California law Tuesday, when Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill barring registered sex offenders from getting free, taxpayer-funded Viagra. So, yes, our state is still filled with these dangerous criminals, as a quick look at the Megan’s Law Web site makes all too clear. And, yes, there’s little to stop them from reoffending, as they are notoriously prone to doing. There’s also nothing to stop them from loading up on Viagra on their own dime, or to keep physicians from prescribing it to them.
A Lifford man who was caught with a large baseball bat in his car told Gardai it was for his own protection.Jordan Porter, aged 22, appeared at Letterkenny District Court charged with a number of offences. He was stopped driving a VW Golf car through Croaghan Heights in Lifford on April 22nd last at 11.40pm.It followed reports of a large fight in the area between a number of youths using baseball bats and other weapons.When stopped Porter was breath-tested and was over the limit and also admitted having no insurance on the vehicle.Gardai found a large black baseball bat in the vehicle and Porter said it was for his own protection as he had been assaulted earlier that night.Solicitor Frank Dorrian said his client was among a group of young men who had come together to purchase the car and that he was not insured to drive it as yet.The court heard that Porter has yet to complete a number of community hours service from another incident.Judge Paul Kelly adjourned the case until July and asked for a Probation Report on Porter.“I will put it back for a while to see how he shapes up,” said Judge Kelly.Man caught with large baseball bat claims it was for his own protection was last modified: May 15th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar netted a 62nd-minute equaliser for Schalke at Stamford Bridge. Cesc Fabregas’ first goal for Chelsea had given them a flying start in their opening Champions League game.Fabregas struck in the 11th minute when he found Eden Hazard on the left and then collected the Belgian’s pass before steering his shot beyond keeper Ralf Fährmann.Schalke were unhappy because Fabregas appeared to foul Max Meyer before scoring, but the tables were turned in the second half because Chelsea felt the Spaniard was fouled in the build-up to Huntelaar’s leveller.After Fabregas was bundled off the ball, Julian Draxler burst downfield and picked out skipper Huntelaar, who fired into the bottom corner.It came against the run of play as Chelsea appeared to be in control.They made a bright start and Ramires should have put them ahead but miscued after being found by Didier Drogba.After the opener, Hazard’s low shot was blocked before Fabregas might have scored a second but blazed over following great work on the right by Branislav Ivanovic.At the other end, Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois did well when he was finally called upon, palming away an effort from former Tottenham man Kevin-Prince Boateng.And in the final minute of the first half, Draxler missed a great chance for the German side when he shot wide of the far post.Drogba recovered from an ankle problem in time for the match and is making his first start since returning to the Bridge, while summer signing Filipe Luis was handed his full debut.Drogba looked set to score with a tap-in early in the second half but the Ivorian failed to make contact with Willian’s excellent ball into the danger area.And he missed another chance shortly before Schalke’s equaliser, dragging a shot wide after being put through by Hazard.Oscar has been sent on in place of Ramires as Chelsea look to regain the lead. Chelsea: Courtois; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Luis; Matic, Fabregas; Ramires (Oscar 67), Willian, Hazard; Drogba. Subs: Cech, Zouma, Azpilicueta, Mikel, Remy, Costa.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
“They did more than we did,” 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday of the … SANTA CLARA — Josh Gordon isn’t coming to catch Jimmy Garoppolo’s passes on the 49ers, who made a play for the Cleveland Browns castoff Monday.Instead, the New England Patriots swooped in and acquired Gordon for a 2019 conditional fifth-round draft pick, NFL Network reported.We’ve traded WR Josh Gordon to the New England Patriots. pic.twitter.com/2eYO4A69jq— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) September 17, 2018
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Last week the Ohio Forages and Grassland Council (OFGC) held their Annual Conference at the Ohio Department of Agriculture. The program covered topics including research into the value of irrigating pasture, the benefits of reduced lignin alfalfa in increasing digestibility and the use of nitrogen inhibitors in pasture.All of the components of the program were to help attendees piece together a plan for better managing their pastures in the future.“A long time ago, 99% of farms were actively grazing, even up in my neighborhood in northwest Ohio. Now it is predominantly corn and soybeans road to road. But at one time everybody had grazing,” said Gary Wilson from Hancock County, with the OFGC. “As economic conditions become harder, doesn’t it make sense to have animals do the work and the harvesting? The problem is that a lot of the experience and intellect to take care of animals has left with the previous generations, but we are learning more and there is a tremendous future. There are a lot of acres under grass in Ohio. Forages and grazing have a strong history and strong future.”With improved research into forage blends and management techniques and the use of technology, the grazing season can extend through much of the year, or all year.“There are opportunities with better yields and better quality. There is a lot of research about how you can go into winter with grazing,” Wilson said. “Anyone who has been grazing stockpiled forages has been doing well this winter and you are not using stored feeds that have a lot more cost because of the harvesting equipment and labor to get those crops off.”There are benefits, but successful intensive grazing efforts must be carefully managed.“Every day you have to manage it. A lot of people I work with want me to give them a cookie cutter method to do it this way and you’ll be good for this year. Every day you have to think about when you should turn them into a new pasture, when you should take them out of the old pastures. The problem we have in the spring is that we have more forages than livestock, and then in the summer we have the opposite — we have too much livestock and not enough forage. We have to take the extremes out of this equation. We can do that with management,” Wilson said. “You have to think through that because it involves your resources, different species, your soil type and many other factors. It takes planning and every day you have to think about what you want to do.”The OFGC also presented awards at the event, including the Bob Evans Leadership Award to Bill Dix and Stacy Hall, the Outstanding Producer Award to Scott Myers, Woodlyn Acres Farm, and the Jack Tucker Distinguished Service Award to Dan Fullenkamp.