Dale Chavez

17 May 19
Coastal Bend College Media Center

Coastal Bend College (CBC) congratulates summer 2018, fall 2018, and spring 2019 graduates. Graduates from all CBC locations will be honored at the College’s annual commencement ceremonies on Wednesday, May 22 on the CBC Beeville campus. Students who earned a degree in Associate of Science include: Jade Rene Adams-Sendejar, Corpus Christi Francheska Victoria Aguino, Houston […]

14 May 19
Sufficient Living

Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-17)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 🙂 Kindly note that the price range mentioned above is only for the books in the megathread list. Any requested books unavailable in the list can cost more, so please do not make any wrong assumptions. If you find your book in the thread […]

14 May 19
Sufficient Living

Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-17)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 🙂 Kindly note that the price range mentioned above is only for the books in the megathread list. Any requested books unavailable in the list can cost more, so please do not make any wrong assumptions. If you find your book in the thread […]

11 May 19
News Directory

Buy Photo The teams working on roads in the Old Town Lansing got bricks and wooden road planks this week which local historians think is over 100 years of age. (Photo: Eric Lacy / Lansing State Journal) CHANGE – Parts of the village history of Oldtown have proved to be valuable collector projects in a […]

09 May 19
Archy news nety

Buy photo This week, teams carrying out roadworks in Lansing's Old Town found bricks and wooden road planks that are considered more than 100 years old by local historians. (Photo: Eric Lacy / Lansing State Journal) LANSING – A road construction and water head replacement project has uncovered excavated pieces of the history of the […]

08 May 19
Legal Notes

Congratulations to 2018 Bar Exam Passers and Topnotchers. Borja Sean James, Ateneo de Manila, 89.306% Marcley Augustus Natu-el, University of San Carlos, 87.53% Mark Lawrence Badayos, University of San Carlos, 85.842% Daniel John Fordan, Ateneo de Manila University, 85.443% Katrina Monica Gaw, Ateneo de Manila University, 85.421% Nadaine Tongco, University of the Philippines, 85.032% Patricia […]

05 May 19
Daily Democrat
Woodland’s frosh/soph boys were the lone team winners between the Wolves and Pioneer at the Golden Empire League Championships at Mira Loma Wednesday but many more individuals are moving on to to the Division 4/5 Section meet next week. Pioneer’s Mason Mitchell, a sophomore, qualified third in the 100 meters and went 22′ 5″ for second in the long jump to advance to next week. He also placed second in the high jump at 6′ 2″ and was on the Patriots’ third place 4x100m team. The Patriots’ Bentlee Ruffin and Jose Zanudo went 3-4 in the 110 meter high hurdles to move on and Ruffin later ran 45.23 in the 300m hurdles to place second. Woodland sophomore Jack Neilson finished just behind in third in 45.51. Zanudo was also second in the pole vault at 10′ 7″. Woodland’s Nik Galvan was the only thrower from either school to place in the top-10 in the shot put, taking second with a best of 44′ 7.5″. Galvan added a third in the discus at 118′ 2″. On the varsity girls side, sophomore Chloe Kershner was a triple-event qualifier taking second in the 100m, second in the 200m, and taking third after a jump off in the long jump with 16′ 2″. The Patriots’ also got a strong day from league MVP Trinity Garcia Santana, who won the 1600m going away in 5:28.29, was a close second in the 800m in 2:26.56, and ended her day winning the 3200m by over a minute in 12:02. She also took third in the 300m hurdles. It was a banner day overall for the Pioneer women in the distances as sophomores Leslie Hernandez-Bautista and Arisha Sohail combined with Garcia Santana to sweep the top three spots in the 1600m and 3200m. Hernandez-Bautista also took third in the 800m. Pioneer’s Chloe Kershner was a triple-event qualifier for the Section meet. Woodland got their lone individual victory in the varsity girls division from freshman Isabella Rico in that 800m race. Running in second through the first lap, Rico outkicked Garcia Santana down the home stretch to win in 2:26.16. The Wolves got more individual qualifiers in the sprints in Julianna Villanueva, who took third in the 100m and Ariana Garcia Amado, who was second in the 400m in 1:04.23. Villanueva added a second place finish in the 300m hurdles. Woodland’s 4×400 team also moved on by a large margin, winning in 4:27.28, almost 30 seconds ahead of second place Casa Roble. The Wolves’ JayJay Jackson leans across the finish line in the 100m at the GEL Championships. Pioneer senior Lilli Hammons, recently announced as a Dale Lackey award scholarship winner, took second in the high jump and pole vault, and sophomore Alexandra Ruport had a pair of thirds in the 100m hurdles and the vault to round out the Patriots’ top finishes. The Patriots finished second as a team with 139 points to Casa Roble’s 193.5. Woodland’s frosh/soph boys turned in eight first place finishes en route to winning that division by nearly 100 points. Wolves’ freshman Josh Prigge took first in the 200m, 400m, long jump and was on Woodland’s winning 4x400m team. Carson Monhoff won the 300m hurdles, took third in the 400m, second in the 110m hurdles and was also on the 4×400 team. Pioneer’s Mason Mitchell advanced to the Section meet in the long jump with a best of 22’5″. The frosh/soph boys 800m was won in come-from-behind fashion by freshman Jesse Orosco, who moved into first on the back stretch of the second lap and pulled away from Pioneer’s Jesus Guzman-Serrato. Woodland also took spots 3-5 in that race. Orosco was also a close second in the 1600m in 5:07.64 with Guzman-Serrato in third at 5:08.01. Guzman-Serrato added a second place finish in the 3200m in 11:48. Pioneer’s Grabiel Garcia won the 110m hurdles in 19.49 and later took third in the 300m hurdles. In the throws, Woodland sophomores Isaac Tafoya and Pedro Tena went 2-3 in the shot put and Tafoya came back to win the disc with a throw of 102’5″. Paul Trotter was second with 94’10”. Woodland freshman Mason Thomas added a couple of third place finishes in the 100m and long jump and Joaquin Escamilla won the triple jump to round out the Wolves’ medals. The top four spots in each event move on to Sections and in all the Patriots will be taking 11 athletes and the Wolves six, as well as Woodland’s girls 4x400m team. The Division 4/5 Section meet will be held at Cesar Chavez High in Stockton next week with trials in the sprints and field events on Wednesday and finals in all events on Friday.
03 May 19
Fullerton Observer

California State University Fullerton’s Spring Dance Theatre, featuring choreography focusing on personal struggles, religion and youth, runs May 2-12 in the Little Theatre on campus, coordinated by faculty member Gladys Kares. Set to the music of Mashrou’ Leila, Divided captures the collective experiences of youth in the  Middle East. “This piece deals with oppression and […]

03 May 19

1. ABAD, Geronimo M. 2. ABAD, Jerry Kent O. 3. ABAD, Kristannico S. 4. ABAD, Manolette Kyla S. 5. ABAD, Sharel Ann N. 6. ABAJON, Michael 7. ABALORIO, Shaniz A. 8. ABAPO, Shelumiel Ryan B. 9. ABARCAR, Samuel John Domjoe M. 10. ABESAMIS, Jose Enrico J. 11. ABLOLA, Gabriel C. 12. ABOG, Lester O. 13. […]

30 Apr 19
Central Colorado Water Conservancy District

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29 Apr 19
RDB Reviews

Genre: Superhero, Action–adventure, Science fantasy & Comedy-drama. Developed by Ciro Nieli, Joshua Fine & Christopher Yost. Based on: Avengers comic book by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby Voices by: Brian Bloom, Chris Cox, Jennifer Hale, Peter Jessop, Phil LaMarr, Eric Loomis, James C. Mathis III, Colleen O’Shaughnessey, Fred Tatasciore, Rick D. Wasserman & Wally Wingert. […]

27 Apr 19
Iayla Stewart's Portfolio

Iayla Stewart Professor Sabin ENG 102 30 March 2019 It Will Get Better: A Rhetorical Analysis of Cesar Chavez’s Speech “Power of Nonviolence” America is known as the land of opportunity because it gives everyone the chance to do what they desire, but there are still many people in the United States that don’t get […]

18 Apr 19

By Stephen Lendman Global Research, April 17, 2019 Venezuela under Chavez and Maduro is in the forefront of combatting illicit drugs. More on this below. The US is the world’s leading facilitator of the illicit trade – working with drug cartels, notably through the CIA. Major US banks profit hugely from laundering dirty money. In his […]