Bailey Boys

20 Feb 19
CBS Denver

A firefighter was getting ready for work in Bailey when he noticed his neighbor’s home was on fire. He jumped into action.

20 Feb 19
The Sun
ALESHA Macphail’s stepmum was “jealous” of the six-year-old and said she was “in a better place” after she was found raped and murdered, a court heard today. Toni McLachlan, who is in a relationship with Alesha’s dad Robert, was also said to be “threatened” by the attention shown to the youngster. Alesha MacPhail was found dead in woodland in July last year on the Isle of Bute, Scotland The six-year-old was discovered in woodland on July 2 on the Isle of Bute where she had been spending a summer break with her dad and grandparents. A 16-year-old boy, who cannot be legally named has denied murdering and raping Alesha and has lodged a special defence blaming Toni for her death. Lynsey Calderwood, 20, today told jurors she was friends with Ms McLachlan when the youngster first vanished and met with her after Alesha’s body was found. She said: “Toni said something along the lines of ‘she’s in a better place’.” The witness told the court Toni “got on really well” with Alesha and “they both liked each other” but she was also “jealous and threatened” by the child. ‘DOMESTIC ABUSE’ CLAIMS Jurors also heard from a neighbour who reported hearing domestic abuse between Toni and Robert around a year before Alesha was killed. Avil Lax, 67, said she could hear Toni getting “beaten up” over a “good few months” – and claimed she once heard her screaming “help, someone help”. She told the court she reported the abuse to Alesha’s grandparents, but alleges they told her they “didn’t hear anything”. Ms Lax added: “They didn’t want to blacken Robert’s name, there was a court case coming up over custody of Alesha.” Another witness,  Laura Crawford, 38, told the court that she “thought” she had seen the couple the night before Alesha disappeared and it “looked like they had fallen out”. ‘FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS’ Alesha’s dad Robert yesterday stormed out of the courtoom after the teen defendant claimed to jurors he had a “friends with benefits” relationship with Ms McLachlan. The teen said he was having sexual relations with Ms McLachlan “once or twice a week” near the end of 2017 and claimed on the night Alesha vanished, the pair had sex in a garage. He said: “Toni and me began seeing each other, not in a going out sort of way but more a friends with benefits. “One day I went to buy weed and I offered if she wanted to smoke with me, because we were both drunk. “It was a fairly frequent thing – once or twice a week. “She complained about her relationship to me – Rab was abusing her verbally and physically.” On the night Alesha is said to have been abducted from her bed, the teen told jurors he romped with Ms McLachlan, who he claims “chucked” the used condom on the floor. He said he gave her a hoodie “because she was feeling cold” then went home and had a shower before leaving the house again because he thought he’d lost his phone. The boy has previously claimed Ms McLachlan used the contents of the condom to plant evidence on Alesha, which she denies. ‘ONE IN A BILLION MATCH’ Jurors heard today how DNA matching the boy were found on 14 different parts of Alesha’s body including intimate areas and her neck, face and ankles. DNA was also discovered on Alesha’s shorts, pants and vest, with forensic scientist Stuart Bailey saying odds of the samples belonging to anyone else were more than a billion to one. Mr Bailey said “traces of semen attributable to the accused were found” on the six-year-old’s body after investigations. But the defendant told the court he “never met Alesha MacPhail in person”, adding: “I didn’t even know her name until everything that happened.” GOOGLE SEARCHES Jurors heard yesterday how an iPhone belonging to the teen was used to Google “how do police find DNA” the day after Alesha was discovered dead. The court was also told the phone was used to call Alesha’s dad Robert at 1.40am on the day she died and a message was sent to Ms McLachlan. Alesha had 117 injuries on her body and died from “forceful pressure to her neck and face”, jurors have been told previously. Her feet were uninjured – suggesting she’d been carried to the scene – and she was was alive for part of the time while being sexually assaulted, it is said. Court documents allege the suspect, who can’t be named for legal reasons, was armed with a knife when he snatched Alesha from her bed on July 2. He is accused of carrying her to a former hotel site nearby before removing her clothes and shaking her “violently”. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”316″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] It is claimed the suspect applied pressure after covering the youngster’s nose, mouth and neck with his hands. He is also accused of trying to cover up the crime on the shore at Rothesay and another address in the town by dumping clothes and a blade. The trial continues. Tragic Alesha MacPhail pictured with dad Robert and his girlfriend Toni McLachlan – who is accused of having sex with the little girl’s alleged killer Toni McLachlan has been accused by the teen of taking the condom the pair used to implicate him Alesha’s dad Robert stormed out of court Alesha’s mum, Georgina Lochrane, arriving at Glasgow High Court The youngster had been spending a summer break with her father and grandparents in the house they shared
20 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
ALESHA Macphail’s stepmum was “jealous” of the six-year-old and said she was “in a better place” after she was found raped and murdered, a court heard today. Toni McLachlan, who is in a relationship with Alesha’s dad Robert, was also said to be “threatened” by the attention shown to the youngster. Alesha MacPhail was found dead in woodland in July last year on the Isle of Bute, Scotland The six-year-old was discovered in woodland on July 2 on the Isle of Bute where she had been spending a summer break with her dad and grandparents. A 16-year-old boy, who cannot be legally named has denied murdering and raping Alesha and has lodged a special defence blaming Toni for her death. Lynsey Calderwood, 20, today told jurors she was friends with Ms McLachlan when the youngster first vanished and met with her after Alesha’s body was found. She said: “Toni said something along the lines of ‘she’s in a better place’.” The witness told the court Toni “got on really well” with Alesha and “they both liked each other” but she was also “jealous and threatened” by the child. ‘DOMESTIC ABUSE’ CLAIMS Jurors also heard from a neighbour who reported hearing domestic abuse between Toni and Robert around a year before Alesha was killed. Avil Lax, 67, said she could hear Toni getting “beaten up” over a “good few months” – and claimed she once heard her screaming “help, someone help”. She told the court she reported the abuse to Alesha’s grandparents, but alleges they told her they “didn’t hear anything”. Ms Lax added: “They didn’t want to blacken Robert’s name, there was a court case coming up over custody of Alesha.” Another witness,  Laura Crawford, 38, told the court that she “thought” she had seen the couple the night before Alesha disappeared and it “looked like they had fallen out”. ‘FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS’ Alesha’s dad Robert yesterday stormed out of the courtoom after the teen defendant claimed to jurors he had a “friends with benefits” relationship with Ms McLachlan. The teen said he was having sexual relations with Ms McLachlan “once or twice a week” near the end of 2017 and claimed on the night Alesha vanished, the pair had sex in a garage. He said: “Toni and me began seeing each other, not in a going out sort of way but more a friends with benefits. “One day I went to buy weed and I offered if she wanted to smoke with me, because we were both drunk. “It was a fairly frequent thing – once or twice a week. “She complained about her relationship to me – Rab was abusing her verbally and physically.” On the night Alesha is said to have been abducted from her bed, the teen told jurors he romped with Ms McLachlan, who he claims “chucked” the used condom on the floor. He said he gave her a hoodie “because she was feeling cold” then went home and had a shower before leaving the house again because he thought he’d lost his phone. The boy has previously claimed Ms McLachlan used the contents of the condom to plant evidence on Alesha, which she denies. ‘ONE IN A BILLION MATCH’ Jurors heard today how DNA matching the boy were found on 14 different parts of Alesha’s body including intimate areas and her neck, face and ankles. DNA was also discovered on Alesha’s shorts, pants and vest, with forensic scientist Stuart Bailey saying odds of the samples belonging to anyone else were more than a billion to one. Mr Bailey said “traces of semen attributable to the accused were found” on the six-year-old’s body after investigations. But the defendant told the court he “never met Alesha MacPhail in person”, adding: “I didn’t even know her name until everything that happened.” GOOGLE SEARCHES Jurors heard yesterday how an iPhone belonging to the teen was used to Google “how do police find DNA” the day after Alesha was discovered dead. The court was also told the phone was used to call Alesha’s dad Robert at 1.40am on the day she died and a message was sent to Ms McLachlan. Alesha had 117 injuries on her body and died from “forceful pressure to her neck and face”, jurors have been told previously. Her feet were uninjured – suggesting she’d been carried to the scene – and she was was alive for part of the time while being sexually assaulted, it is said. Court documents allege the suspect, who can’t be named for legal reasons, was armed with a knife when he snatched Alesha from her bed on July 2. He is accused of carrying her to a former hotel site nearby before removing her clothes and shaking her “violently”. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] It is claimed the suspect applied pressure after covering the youngster’s nose, mouth and neck with his hands. He is also accused of trying to cover up the crime on the shore at Rothesay and another address in the town by dumping clothes and a blade. The trial continues. Tragic Alesha MacPhail pictured with dad Robert and his girlfriend Toni McLachlan – who is accused of having sex with the little girl’s alleged killer Toni McLachlan has been accused by the teen of taking the condom the pair used to implicate him Alesha’s dad Robert stormed out of court Alesha’s mum, Georgina Lochrane, arriving at Glasgow High Court The youngster had been spending a summer break with her father and grandparents in the house they shared
20 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
ALESHA Macphail’s stepmum was “jealous” of the six-year-old and said she was “in a better place” after she was found raped and murdered, a court heard today. Toni McLachlan, who is in a relationship with Alesha’s dad Robert, was also said to be “threatened” by the attention shown to the youngster. Alesha MacPhail was found dead in woodland in July last year on the Isle of Bute, Scotland The six-year-old was discovered in woodland on July 2 on the Isle of Bute where she had been spending a summer break with her dad and grandparents. A 16-year-old boy, who cannot be legally named has denied murdering and raping Alesha and has lodged a special defence blaming Toni for her death. Lynsey Calderwood, 20, today told jurors she was friends with Ms McLachlan when the youngster first vanished and met with her after Alesha’s body was found. She said: “Toni said something along the lines of ‘she’s in a better place’.” The witness told the court Toni “got on really well” with Alesha and “they both liked each other” but she was also “jealous and threatened” by the child. ‘DOMESTIC ABUSE’ CLAIMS Jurors also heard from a neighbour who reported hearing domestic abuse between Toni and Robert around a year before Alesha was killed. Avil Lax, 67, said she could hear Toni getting “beaten up” over a “good few months” – and claimed she once heard her screaming “help, someone help”. She told the court she reported the abuse to Alesha’s grandparents, but alleges they told her they “didn’t hear anything”. Ms Lax added: “They didn’t want to blacken Robert’s name, there was a court case coming up over custody of Alesha.” Another witness,  Laura Crawford, 38, told the court that she “thought” she had seen the couple the night before Alesha disappeared and it “looked like they had fallen out”. ‘FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS’ Alesha’s dad Robert yesterday stormed out of the courtoom after the teen defendant claimed to jurors he had a “friends with benefits” relationship with Ms McLachlan. The teen said he was having sexual relations with Ms McLachlan “once or twice a week” near the end of 2017 and claimed on the night Alesha vanished, the pair had sex in a garage. He said: “Toni and me began seeing each other, not in a going out sort of way but more a friends with benefits. “One day I went to buy weed and I offered if she wanted to smoke with me, because we were both drunk. “It was a fairly frequent thing – once or twice a week. “She complained about her relationship to me – Rab was abusing her verbally and physically.” On the night Alesha is said to have been abducted from her bed, the teen told jurors he romped with Ms McLachlan, who he claims “chucked” the used condom on the floor. He said he gave her a hoodie “because she was feeling cold” then went home and had a shower before leaving the house again because he thought he’d lost his phone. The boy has previously claimed Ms McLachlan used the contents of the condom to plant evidence on Alesha, which she denies. ‘ONE IN A BILLION MATCH’ Jurors heard today how DNA matching the boy were found on 14 different parts of Alesha’s body including intimate areas and her neck, face and ankles. DNA was also discovered on Alesha’s shorts, pants and vest, with forensic scientist Stuart Bailey saying odds of the samples belonging to anyone else were more than a billion to one. Mr Bailey said “traces of semen attributable to the accused were found” on the six-year-old’s body after investigations. But the defendant told the court he “never met Alesha MacPhail in person”, adding: “I didn’t even know her name until everything that happened.” GOOGLE SEARCHES Jurors heard yesterday how an iPhone belonging to the teen was used to Google “how do police find DNA” the day after Alesha was discovered dead. The court was also told the phone was used to call Alesha’s dad Robert at 1.40am on the day she died and a message was sent to Ms McLachlan. Alesha had 117 injuries on her body and died from “forceful pressure to her neck and face”, jurors have been told previously. Her feet were uninjured – suggesting she’d been carried to the scene – and she was was alive for part of the time while being sexually assaulted, it is said. Court documents allege the suspect, who can’t be named for legal reasons, was armed with a knife when he snatched Alesha from her bed on July 2. He is accused of carrying her to a former hotel site nearby before removing her clothes and shaking her “violently”. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] It is claimed the suspect applied pressure after covering the youngster’s nose, mouth and neck with his hands. He is also accused of trying to cover up the crime on the shore at Rothesay and another address in the town by dumping clothes and a blade. The trial continues. Tragic Alesha MacPhail pictured with dad Robert and his girlfriend Toni McLachlan – who is accused of having sex with the little girl’s alleged killer Toni McLachlan has been accused by the teen of taking the condom the pair used to implicate him Alesha’s dad Robert stormed out of court Alesha’s mum, Georgina Lochrane, arriving at Glasgow High Court The youngster had been spending a summer break with her father and grandparents in the house they shared
20 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
A WOMAN who a teenager accused of murder blames for the death of a six-year-old girl felt “jealous and threatened” by her, a court has heard. However, the High Court in Glasgow also heard Toni McLachlan was said to “love” Alesha MacPhail and be “really good” to her. The girlfriend of Alesha’s dad was ‘jealous of the time and attention he gave his daughter’ Alesha MacPhail was found dead in woods last year A 16-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, denies abducting, raping and murdering Alesha and attempting to hide evidence. The schoolgirl’s body was found in woods on the Isle of Bute on July 2 last year hours after she was reported missing from the home her father shared with his parents on the island. The accused has lodged a special defence of incrimination, blaming Ms McLachlan, the partner of Alesha’s father Robert MacPhail. Witness Lynsey Calderwood, 20, told the court she was good friends with Ms McLachlan when Alesha went missing. Rab MacPhail and Toni McLachlan Questioned about Ms McLachlan’s relationship with the schoolgirl, Ms Calderwood said: “They were happy, they got on really well. Toni was really good to her and they both liked each other.” A statement she gave to police on July 5 was put to her where she said: “I always felt Toni was jealous and she felt threatened of the time and attention Rab (Robert MacPhail) gave to Alesha.” The witness told the court Ms McLachlan was a “wee bit jealous” but not “really jealous” of Alesha. She also told the court that the day after Alesha went missing Toni said something to her along the lines of “she’s in a better place”, which she thought was odd. Scientist says ‘over a billion to one chance semen found on six-year-old’ came from someone unrelated to teenage accused It was put to her that her police statement had Ms McLachlan saying “something like ‘It’s for the best'”. Ms Calderwood said her friend had definitely said “she’s in a better place”. Giving evidence last Wednesday, Ms McLachlan denied being responsible for Alesha’s death, saying she “loved” Alesha. She also denied suggestions by the defence that she had sex with the accused on July 2, then planted his semen on Alesha, before “attacking and brutalising her” and murdering her. It comes after Alesha’s dad Rab MacPhail walked out of the courtroom yesterday while the accused was in the dock. The teen lad, who can’t be named for legal reasons, claimed he had been having “regular sex” with Toni McLachlan who he blames for the murder of the girl. He claims his DNA was planted on Alesha’s body by Ms McLachlan. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”76″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Forensic scientist Stuart Bailey, who took to the stand earlier in the trial, said it was “highly unlikely” that DNA was “transferred through a third party” because of the volume and spread across the child – numbering 14 areas in total. The trial continues. [bc_video video_id=”5978054881001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Heartbroken mum of Alesha MacPhail, 6, comes face-to-face with boy, 16, charged with abducting, raping and murdering daughter”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200
20 Feb 19
The Simpsons Tapped Out Addicts

Hey Tappers! Two and a half years ago yesterday, we saw 73 characters (64 including 8 combos) not yet in our games battle it out in 10 weeks of vigorous head-to-head matchups, we crowned the winner of the very first Bracket Battle on August 19th 2016 in this post here. However, over the past two […]

20 Feb 19
Big Country Preps

GAIL — The Wylie boys basketball team saw its first season in Class 5A come to an end Tuesday with a 58-50 bi-district loss to Lubbock Monterey at Borden County High School. The Bulldogs played the Plainsmen to a 50-50 tie in the fourth quarter, but Monterey finished the game on an 8-0 run to secure […]

20 Feb 19
Dezy's Words

Whoever is reading this must actually care to know why I’m gone. I have asked a friend to share it since I obviously cannot. I don’t know when this will get to all of you. I apologize in advance for such a a lengthy blogpost but I have a feeling you all are left with […]

20 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

A man was arrested for being suspected of spraying racist graffiti in a ten-year-old boy and his father's house a few days after they arrived. 38-year-old Jackson Yamba said police officers from Greater Manchester were arrested on Wednesday morning. The troop confirmed that a 54-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of racially increased criminal […]

20 Feb 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

UK news Jackson Yamba, whose son David discovered the slogan, welcomes arrest of man, 54 Jackson Yamba, with his son David, 10. Photograph: Christopher Thomond/The Guardian A man has been arrested on suspicion of spraying racist graffiti at the home of a 10-year-old boy and his father days after they moved in. Jackson Yamba, 38, […]

20 Feb 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
APTOS — Aptos High coach Brian Bowyer won’t have to worry about the two-day window he has to find game tape to show his Aptos High boys basketball team before its Central Coast Section Division III semifinal game Thursday night. The Mariners know their opponent all too well. For the fourth time this season, the Soquel team will occupy the bench opposite the Mariners. The re-re-rematch between the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League rivals came to fruition Thursday night when No. 2-seeded Aptos dispatched of No. 10 Pajaro Valley, 60-42, and No. 3 Soquel skirted by No. 6 Sobrato, 56-50. The semifinal game will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at Aptos High. It will be preceded by the other D-III semifinal, featuring No. 1 Monterey vs. No. 4 HIllsdale at 5:30 p.m. “I told our guys last time how difficult it is to beat a team three times,” Bowyer said of the Knights. “It’s going to take everything and more that we have to beat them. “There’s no surprises. We each know each other well and it’s going to be an admirable feat. It seems like every game is a battle on offense and a battle on defense.” The showdown between two of the county’s most storied basketball programs has had many local basketball fans licking their chops since the CCS released its seedings a week ago. Before Aptos could look that far ahead, though, it had to dispatch of a Pajaro Valley team that has the makings of the Mariners’ next big non-league rival. #gallery-2449353-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2449353-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-2449353-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-2449353-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Max Pepperdine releases a shot for Aptos. Aptos defeated Pajaro Valley on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, in the quarterfinals of the Central Coast Section Division III boys basketball tournament. No. 2 Aptos will play No. 3 Soquel in the semifinals. Pam Iriguchi/contributed Hunter Matys tries to find a lane around the defense of Pajaro Valley’s Justin Rodriguez. Aptos defeated Pajaro Valley on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, in the quarterfinals of the Central Coast Section Division III boys basketball tournament. No. 2 Aptos will play No. 3 Soquel in the semifinals. Pam Iriguchi/contributed Gio Serna blocks a shot attempt by Aptos’ Ian Forsburg. Aptos defeated Pajaro Valley on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, in the quarterfinals of the Central Coast Section Division III boys basketball tournament. No. 2 Aptos will play No. 3 Soquel in the semifinals. Pam Iriguchi/contributed Brian Chavez of Pajaro Valley dribbles around the defense of Logan Feldbrugge. Aptos defeated Pajaro Valley, 60-42, on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, in the quarterfinals of the Central Coast Section Division III boys basketball tournament. No. 2 Aptos will play No. 3 Soquel in the semifinals. Pam Iriguchi/contributed Anthony Sanchez goes up for a shot over the Grizzlies’ defense. Aptos defeated Pajaro Valley on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, in the quarterfinals of the Central Coast Section Division III boys basketball tournament. No. 2 Aptos will play No. 3 Soquel in the semifinals. Pam Iriguchi/contributed Steered by juniors Christian Quintero and Brian Chavez and with their vocal crowd rocking the Aptos gym, the Grizzlies gave the Mariners quite a scare, at least in the early going. Aptos (17-10) had beaten the Grizzlies (17-10) in December in a preseason battle between the two best teams in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District. While Aptos won that game by eight points — it more than doubled that difference Thursday — the Mariners had to tip their hat to their South County foes. “They were a lot better,” said Aptos senior forward Anthony Sanchez. “They definitely improved, but our coach held us down, like he always does.” The first quarter featured four ties and five lead changes. Neither team was getting second chances, so if the first shot attempt went sour, they all had to race back down the court to cover on defense or set up the fast break. The constant churning might have gotten to the Grizzlies. They warmed up in hooded T-shirts printed with the slogan “Keep Grinding the Grizzly Way.” But the Grizzlies have been grinding a long time. They started in the single-elimination bracket Friday, when they opened with a win over Greenfield in the first CCS game ever hosted by P.V. They then had to travel to Millbrae to upset No. 7 Mills on Saturday to earn the backyard game against Aptos. But Pajaro Valley coach Andre Bailey dismissed the idea that his team might have been showing some fatigue from three do-or-die games in five days. “These kids are young. That wasn’t an excuse,” Bailey said. “We just shot poorly.” Whether it was fatigue, poor shot choices or that Aptos settled into the game, the Grizzles lost a step in the second quarter. Pajaro Valley led 13-12 going into the period, but, paced by Sanchez — who worked the post and the baseline for a double-double of 13 points and 12 rebounds — Aptos rattled off a 11-2 run. The Mariners outscored the Grizzlies 17-8 in the quarter to take a 30-20 lead into the half. The Grizzlies cut that lead to four within the first two minutes of the third quarter, thanks to two big shots by Chavez, who compiled 11 points in the game, and a 3-pointer from Quintero, who scored a team-high 15 points. But Sanchez kept attacking inside and senior Logan Feldbrugge got hot from behind the arc, hitting two 3s in the period on his way to a game-high 18 points, and the Mariners broke away again, this time for good. “I think P.V. played their hearts out,” Bowyer said of the Grizzlies, who took second in the Pacific Coast Athletic League Cypress Division. “I’m really excited for them for next year.” Bailey said the loss hurt too much for the Grizzlies to take pride in going deeper into the playoffs than the program ever had before. But, he said he may use this journey as fodder to inspire an even deeper run through the 2020 playoffs. The Grizzlies graduate six players, or half their team, but will only lose two starters: guard Juan Lira, who finished with six points, and forward Carlos Rodriguez, who tallied four. “Maybe I’ll feel good about it next year,” he said. Meanwhile, Aptos’ seven seniors steered the team to victory. Feldbrugge fell just one rebound shy of a double-double. Max Pepperdine added 12 points, five rebounds and two assists and Hunter Matys finished with nine points and three steals. Junior Trey Lee had a team-high three assists. Sanchez said they are just trying to make the most of the time they have left. “A lot of us are seniors,” Sanchez said. “We’ve got that drive. We just want to win.” The Score CCS D-III quarterfinals At Aptos 60, Pajaro Valley 42 CCS semifinals: No. 2 Aptos vs. No. 3 Soquel When: Thursday, 7 p.m. Where: Aptos High
20 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Deena Dill got her start in television portraying the broken-hearted love interests of Billy Ray Cyrus, Aaron Tippin, Trace Adkins, and over 2 dozen other country stars in their music videos. But, Deena somehow parlayed that sad, sad country heart into a bona fide career both in front of and behind the camera. Deena is […]

20 Feb 19
S T A S I S | A Web Serial

P r e v i o u s N e x t   A bouquet of flowers and a fresh eggplant were the next two things on her list. She walked through the collection of market stands, twirling her pencil between her fingers as she examined the paper in her other hand. Yes— a bouquet […]

20 Feb 19
Bailey's Work

The make-up and growth rate of girls’ brains versus boys’ brains is literally different. Girls and boys are different. These differences affect the way girls and boys function and how they function in school. The differences influence the problems that girls and boys regularly struggle with as well. For instance, boys are generally more apt […]

20 Feb 19
Ebooks in PDF

To get any of above e-book for free, e-Mail: prarthnasangh.elib@gmail.com   1 1492 Mary Johnston 2 1984 George Orwell 3 1000 Mythological Characters Briefly Described Edward S. Ellis 4 1001 Q and A on Orthography and Reading B. A. Hathaway 5 13 Days – An Escape from a German Prison John Alan Lyde Caunter 6 […]

20 Feb 19
Brynailey: Always and Forever

Like many inhabitants of the social internet, I have been made of the expanding influence of Korean pop culture. The trending page of tumblr is a monument to KPop boys and girls and gifs of their every small facial movement – winks, glances, you name it! The pressure to be a part of this phenomenon […]