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Limerick firefighters go the length of the country for a canine…

first_imgAdvertisement TAGSFirefighterslimerickLimerick City Fire and RescueMy canine companion Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsApp Linkedin Email Twittercenter_img Previous articleLimerick judge concerned over family law listNext articleUL Orchestra presents Summer Proms Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Ronan and Darragh with their best puppy friend ‘Emmy’POWERING their way through 642km at an average speed of 27.5km an hour, ten Limerick firefighters have raised more than €13,000 for the ‘My Canine Companion’ charity.Cycling from Mizen Head to Malin Head isn’t an easy task, but the firefighters from Mulgrave Street station, were more than willing to saddle up in support their colleague, Mike Mooney and his two sons Ronan (6) and Darragh (3) who have benefitted from the charity.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Over the course of the Bank Holiday weekend, the ten riders, over three days, cycled their way up the country with the sole aim of helping ‘Emmy’, a labradoodle pup who is in training to become a fully vetted canine companion for Ronan and Darragh, who are living with autism.It costs €10,000 to train a puppy like Emmy and the Limerick firefighters completed their bank holiday fundraiser having surpassed their target, thanks to the generosity of supporters from Limerick and further afield.A collection of pictures from the Limerick City Fire and Rescue Facebook pageThe ten-strong group said that they were delighted with the turnout, the support and most all the amount of sponsorship raised.Donations can still be made online to: at www.idonate.ie/mobile/fundraiser/11258506_limerick-fire-service-mizen-to-malin-cycle.html Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads NewsLimerick firefighters go the length of the country for a canine companionBy Staff Reporter – May 5, 2016 769 Printlast_img read more

Utah Baseball vs. Utah Valley Postponed

first_imgApril 16, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah Baseball vs. Utah Valley Postponed Tags: Baseball/Utah Utes/UVU Wolverines FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY – Utah baseball’s scheduled game at Utah Valley on Tuesday, April 17, has been postponed due to forecasted inclement weather. The teams have rescheduled for Tuesday, May 15, at 6:00 p.m. MT.Utah continues in Pac-12 play this weekend at Arizona State beginning on Friday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m. PT. Written by Robert Lovelllast_img read more

Governor Wolf Signs Bill Allowing New Fracking Rules to Be Finalized

first_img Bill Signing,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today signed 12 bills into law, including Senate Bill 279, which will allow for new regulations aimed at protecting the environment, water supplies and public areas from effects of unconventional oil and gas drilling, most commonly referred to as ‘fracking’.“I am pleased to have reached bi-partisan agreement with the legislature to proceed with the Chapter 78a unconventional oil and gas regulations, which will better protect the health of our environment and our residents,” said Governor Wolf. “As part of the compromise I reached with the legislature, my administration will get to work immediately to redraft conventional regulations, and I have directed the Department of Environmental Protection to begin the process.”The new Chapter 78a regulations set forth new standards to protect public resources, including water, land and places like parks and schools. The new regulations also improve landowners ability to express their concerns and modernize the regulatory program to recognize advances in technology.The complete list of bills signed into law today by Governor Wolf includes:Act 47 – House Bill 57, sponsored by Rep. Payne, amends Title 66 to enhance natural gas competition in the Commonwealth.Act 48 – House Bill 264, sponsored by Rep. Mustio, establishes the Care Facility Carbon Monoxide Alarms Standards Act and requires care facilities to install approved carbon monoxide alarms.Act 49 – House Bill 1199, sponsored by Rep. Taylor, repeal the act of May 27, 1965, which authorized the Department of Highways to erect and maintain a bridge over the Monongahela River in Washington and Allegheny Counties.Act 50 – House Bill 1241, sponsored by Rep. Brown, amends Title 66 regarding the definition of “public utility,” providing an exception that resorts offering water or sewer services to private homes who take service at a point within the property boundaries of the resort are not a public utility.Act 51 – Senate Bill 179, sponsored by Sen. Greenleaf, codifies various existing Pennsylvania laws concerning hotels and lodging into a single chapter under Title 48 (relating to lodging and housing) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes.Act 52 – Senate Bill 279, sponsored by Sen. Hutchinson, establishes the Pennsylvania Grade Crude Development Act, creates and provides for the duties of the Pennsylvania Grade Crude Development Advisory Council, and abrogates the recent regulation relating to conventional oil and gas wells.Act 53 – Senate Bill 772, sponsored by Sen. Gordner, amends the Professional Psychologists Practice Act provisions relating to the scope of practice and licensure for the practice of psychology.Act 54 – Senate Bill 837, sponsored by Sen. Aument, prohibits individuals from using various professional titles unless the individual has received a license as a marriage and family therapist.Act 55 – Senate Bill 983, sponsored by Sen. McGarrigle, requires the Department of Transportation to issue a disability plate for a parent or spouse of an individual with a disability.Act 56 – Senate Bill 1077, sponsored by Sen. Vogel, removes the requirement for school boards to mail notifications to students and their parents or guardians of the school board’s policy regarding audio taping on school buses and school vehicles.Act 57 – Senate Bill 1195 amends the procedures relating to the General Assembly’s review of the Department of Environmental Protection’s state plan relating to greenhouse gas emissions.Act 58 – Senate Bill 1232, sponsored by Sen. Corman, authorizes the Department of General Services, with the approval of the Governor, to grant and convey certain lands and improvement in Rush Township, Centre County to the Moshannon Valley Economic Development Partnership, Inc.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Governor Wolf Signs Bill Allowing New Fracking Rules to Be Finalized SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img June 23, 2016last_img read more

Braun: Once again, Al Davis digs fast hole for Raiders

first_imgI was raised to love sports, but Al Davis and the Oakland Raiders are making it really difficult for me to like football right about now.You talk about running a franchise the way you run your life. You have a plan, you make smart decisions, and most importantly, you learn from your mistakes.Apparently, those running the silver and black would be the biggest failures at life, not to mention operating a sports franchise. Those who watched the NFL Draft this past Saturday know exactly what I’m talking about, and while you might be laughing at the Raider Nation, I’m sitting, thinking and wondering why I still support a franchise that seemingly wants to lose.To those who didn’t watch the draft, here’s what you missed: With the seventh overall pick in the draft, Oakland selected Darrius Heyward-Bey, the quick-footed wide receiver out of Maryland.OK, maybe quick-footed doesn’t do Heyward-Bey justice. I mean, he was the fasted player in the entire draft, being clocked at 4.3 for his 40-yard dash — now that’s fast.Oh wait, whoops! Did Al forget that Michael Crabtree, by far the best wide receiver in the draft, was still on the board? Surely, if the Raiders were intent on taking a receiver in the first round, they would choose the best one, right?Considering Crabtree caught more touchdowns last season (19) than Heyward-Bey did in his three years at Maryland (12) is a bit concerning. Simply put, most Raiders fans are probably thinking along the lines of “FML.” I know I am.Taking a look at Oakland’s past several drafts, we can see this trend of picking fast players. It started in 2005, when the Raiders selected Fabian Washington, a solid cornerback for Nebraska, ran a 4.29 40-yard dash, the fastest in that draft as well.Not a terrible pick, but in the second round, the Raiders took Stanford Routt, another speedster; that one didn’t work out as well for Oakland.This year, though, the Raiders really outdid themselves. Aside from picking a receiver over Crabtree, they made even worse picks in the following two rounds. Heyward-Bey at least did well in college and earned a 91 grade from ESPN.Michael Mitchell — Oakland’s second round pick — is absolutely the worst selection by any team in the draft. Not only was he not expected to be drafted, but also he was so irrelevant at the start of the draft that ESPN didn’t even give him a grade.I mean this guy is so irrelevant he wasn’t even invited to the NFL Combine. He had to run his 40-yard dash on his Pro Day. He did impress, posting a 4.43 mark.But that even furthers my point. To what point can speed really make that much of a difference for a football team that has been struggling like none other since it lost the Super Bowl in 2003? One can argue every other team in the NFL is improving except for the Raiders, and the sole reason can be blamed on their poor drafting technique.That, and the fact that Mel Kiper Jr., bad hairdo aside, informed the ESPN viewers that Mitchell would have been lucky to be signed after the draft was over made me even more distraught.Still questioning my reasoning for being a Raiders fan following this debacle, I still wonder what Davis is thinking, and if Oakland will ever get out of this funk. As of now, if they think they have more speed, then the Raiders are simply racing themselves to the cellar of the NFL.For now, let’s enjoy watching the fastest losers any major sport has to offer. You can thank Al Davis for that entertainment.Jonah is a sophomore majoring in journalism and Hebrew and Semitic studies. Are the Raiders really that bad? Can speed really save the Raiders franchise? Send your thoughts to [email protected]last_img read more

Two arrested after attempting to lure children at a gas station

first_imgTwo adults have been arrested after they reportedly tried to lure two children at a Chevron gas station in Mobile, Alabama.Officials say the children where at the gas station when the two adults began talking to the children and attempted to get them to follow them.The clerk told officials the woman offered to buy the children candy and ice cream but could not pay for it. The clerk also reported that the woman kept touching the boys inappropriately by running her fingers through their hair and hugging them.surveillance footage showed the incident as it occurred.The parent of one of the children also reported that the children were again approached by the pair as they made their way back home.The duo was later identified as 56-year-old Douglas Jones, and 41-year-old Tosha Slack. They have since been arrested and have both been charged with two counts each of enticing a child to enter.Slack was additionally charged with two counts of sexual abuse in the first degree.last_img read more

Top USA titles for England students

first_img23 Apr 2013 Top USA titles for England students England’s Meghan MacLaren and Lauren Taylor have both just won major titles on the US women’s college circuit. Meghan, from Wellingborough in Northamptonshire, notched up her third win in her first year at university when she became the Sun Belt conference champion. She was four under par for the 54-hole event and won by two shots. (Image © Leaderboard Photography). Lauren, from Woburn, scored her first US win with victory in the Big 12 women’s conference championship. She was three-under par and became only the second freshman to win the title. Meghan MacLaren, 18, is a student at Florida International University (FIU) and her result also led her college to victory in their team event – and a place in the regional finals of the national NCAA championship. During the event, at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, she led from start to finish and also recorded the low score of the championship with a second-round of four-under 68. Among the other high finishers were fourth-placed Sophie Godley (Lindrick/FIU), while sixth place was shared by Alison Knowles (Hickleton/Louisiana-Monroe) and Abigail Laker (Frilford Heath/Arkansas State). Before starting university Meghan was in England’s winning team at the girls’ Home Internationals, she won the French U18 open title and was runner up in the English girls’ championship. Lauren Taylor, 18, dominated the Big 12 tournament at The Harvester in Rhodes, Iowa, finishing eight shots clear of the field and shooting the low score in each round: 74-68-71. She said afterwards: “I played very well this week, everything just came together at the right time. I just stayed patient in the tough conditions as I knew it was going to be difficult for everyone and I came out on top.” She is a student at Baylor University, Texas, and her play helped her college into second place in the team event – and kept their national championship ambitions on track. Lauren is an England international who hit the headlines at the age of 16 when she became the youngest-ever British women’s champion. Her Baylor team-mates include Hayley Davis of Ferndown, Dorset, and Emma Carberry of Highwoods, Sussex. Hayley, a past winner of the English women’s and girls’ titles, was fourth, adding to a string of high finishes and one US college win, earlier this year. Emma, the reigning English mid-amateur champion, tied for 25th place. In other results, the University of North Carolina has to wait to see if its team can progress in the NCAA championship after they finished fifth in their ACC conference championship. Players include Elizabeth Mallett, a past winner of the English girls’ championship, from Sutton Coldfield Ladies’ in Warwickshire. Her first year results have included a third place in the UCF Challenge at Red Tail in Sorrento, Florida, where she was two-under par and just two behind the winner. Among the other recent success stories from the USA are wins by Alison Knowles and Steph Peareth. Alison (Hickleton/Louisiana-Monroe) is a freshman and scored her first win at Samford University Women’s Intercollegiate tournament at Hoover Country Club, Alabama, where she was three clear of the field. Steph (Oakleaf/Concord), a third-year student, had her second US win when she topped the leaderboard at the NC4K Collegiate Classic at Cumberland Trail Golf Club, Pataskala, Ohio.last_img read more