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19 Jun 19
Bryant Daily | Local Sports and more Bryant, Arkansas

OMAHA, Neb. — The Bryant Black Sox Senior American Legion team opened up play in the Creighton Prep Pre-Regional Tournament on Wednesday, drawing the host team. Creighton Prep broke open a 2-2 game with three runs in the bottom of the fifth then held off the Sox on the way to a 5-3 win. Bryant, […]

19 Jun 19
dwdelaney - 1/17

  Google sites – springfield   Dec2012 – jul2018   https://sites.google.com/site/dwdelaneyspringfield/   12/9   they have taken all my voice recorder files from years ago – they have removed the data from a thumb drive and from a tablet I am in west palm – spfld is full of people saying I consent to pain/harassment […]

18 Jun 19
WKBN
MERCER, PA (MyValleyTributes) – Martha L. Jones, 96, of 8221 Lamor Road, Mercer, (East Lackawannock Township) Pennsylvania, formerly of 279 McDowell Road, Delaware Township, passed away at 8:17 p.m. on Monday, June 17, 2019 at Quality Life Services in Mercer, Pennsylvania. She was born in Big Bend, Pennsylvania on February 1, 1923 to the late, Mont Leonard and LuLu B. (Porter) Davis.Martha lived her early life in Big Bend and started high school at the age of 12. She graduated from Mercer High School at the age of 15; then went on to graduate from Slippery Rock University, formerly Slippery Rock State Teacher’s College. Martha was a homemaker and elementary teacher. She taught in the Jefferson Township one-room schools and later in the first grade at South Pymatuning School in Sharpsville Area Schools for 22 years, retiring in 1979. She was a member of St. Mark’s United Church of Christ of New Hamburg, where she was an active member of the Sunday School and Women’s Guild. Martha was also a member of Countryside Garden Club, New Hamburg; Lady Lawango, past Noble Grands, New Hamburg; Mercer County Alliance for the Mentally Ill; Mercer County and Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees and the Red Hat Society. Martha enjoyed gardening, flowering, bird watching, visiting in the Greenville Senior Center for cards and socializing and Bible studies at Zion’s Reformed United Church of Christ. She was married to John A. Jones, Jr. on May 30, 1942 and he preceded her in death on October 1, 1999. When he was still living, Martha and her husband enjoyed going on summer vacations to Weslemkoon Lake in Ontario, Canada, along with their family.She is survived by two daughters, Shirley Zahniser and her husband, James of Greenville, Pennsylvania and Beverly Lake and her husband, Donald, of Linesville, Pennsylvania; one son, John “Jack” A. Jones III and his wife, Patty, of Transfer, Pennsylvania; seven grandchildren, Lynn Blauser and her husband, Mike, Lisa Batt and her husband, Mark, Lauren Scott and her husband, Dan, Jodie Bowes, Robert Lake and his wife, Trisha, Colleen Kasbee and her husband, Troy and Erica Drennan and her husband, Tom; 17 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents and husband, Martha was preceded in death by her son, James L. Jones; sisters, Velma Humes and Alice Struble; brother, Howard G. Davis; infant brother, Francis Davis and great-grandson, Nicholas Edward Blauser.A funeral service will be held at Osborne-Williams Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., 73-75 Columbia Avenue, Greenville, at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, June 21, 2019, with Pastor Maria Bandzak, officiating. One hour of visitation will be held at the funeral home prior the service from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. on Friday, June 21.A committal service will be held at the chapel of Shenango Valley Cemetery, Greenville, Pennsylvania, prior to the burial.Memorial contributions can be made to: St. Mark’s United Church of Christ, 5 Baker Hill Road, Fredonia, PA, 16124 or the National Alliance on Mental Illness to NAMI, PA, Mercer County, 2201 E. State Street, Hermitage, PA 16148. Messages of sympathy, stories and photos can be shared at: www.osborne-williams.com.The family wishes to thank the staff of Quality Life Services – Mercer and Three Rivers Hospice and Palliative Care for their wonderful care over the years.
17 Jun 19
The Forty Two

Aberdeen will find out who they will play in the first qualifying round of the Europa League later today. The Dons are seeded for the draw and could face eight teams. FK Liepaja (Latvia), Levadia Tallinn (Estonia), St Patricks (Ireland) and RoPS (Finland) have all made it through to the first qualifying round, while Barry […]

17 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
ON Saturday morning, scores of League of Ireland players headed abroad to make the most of the mid-season break. Their teams’ fortunes may be put to the back of their mind as they look to get away from it all and recharge for the second half of the campaign. Dundalk players celebrate their 2018 success But here SunSport has taken a look at how the 10 ten Premier Division sides have fared so far and outlines where they might need to brush up. DUNDALK – 9 – EXCELLENT THE departure of Stephen Kenny as manager after six success-filled years left people wondering how his loss would affect the club. So far, the answer has been ‘not a lot’. Dundalk duo Pat Hoban and Vinny Perth After 21 games last season, Dundalk had accumulated 49 points, the exact same number they have collected under Vinny Perth this year. Their goals return has dropped from 53 to 40 but they have leaked just ten goals, one fewer than last term. They managed to get through a period when they were badly hit by injuries without serious damage and, since losing to Sligo Rovers in April, they have taken 31 points out of 33. It is hard to see who can stop them but an extended European run would be a challenge, while they also need to ensure a new contract for Pat Hoban does not become a distraction. SHAMROCK ROVERS – 7 – GOOD FOUR losses in their last eight games has ­dampened the early-season enthusiasm at Rovers, who dropped just two points out of a possible 36. The gap they opened up at the top of the table was a little misleading, with two games against bottom side Finn Harps taking place when other teams were not in action. Aaron Greene reacts to a missed chance against Bohs But, although a third derby defeat of the season to Bohemians will have meant they break up on a low, progress has been made. They have 17 more points on the board than they did at the same stage last season. Their first game back is at home to Dundalk. Win it and they are just two points behind but they need to score more goals. They are averaging 1.53 a game. The last time a team won the league with those sort of figures was when their boss Stephen Bradley played for Drogheda United in 2007. The average for the last five champions has all been over two. BOHEMIANS – 8 – VERY GOOD THE bottom line at Dalymount Park every season since the club went close to going out of business at the start of this decade has been to avoid relegation. But, having narrowly missed out on European qualification last year, as it turned out when Waterford were refused entry, a Europa League spot looks like a realistic ambition this time around. Bohs players celebrate their derby victory over Shamrock Rovers Friday’s win over rivals Shamrock Rovers left them six points clear in third, with one more game played than Derry City and one fewer than St Pat’s. Given Dinny Corcoran has scored seven of their 25 league goals to date, they will need to strengthen in attack, with their top scorer gone for the foreseeable future after breaking his ankle. But tying Friday’s derby hero Danny Mandroiu down to a new contract will ease fears that they might lose a talent who has lit up the League of Ireland in his first season in senior football. DERRY CITY – 7 – GOOD ALTHOUGH Kenny Shiels had won silverware — the EA Sports Cup — in his final season in charge, there was a sense that Declan Devine was inheriting a bit of a mess. To be in the mix for a European spot with a considerable chunk of the season gone represents progress for the former goalkeeper. Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe has been a standout for Derry City He has used the loan market well, bringing in David Parkhouse from Sheffield United as well as Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe from Colchester United. The Nigerian has been secured for the rest of the season but no deal has been struck for Parkhouse, prompting a move for UCD’s Conor Davis. Capturing College frontman Davis would help to ensure that they have a cutting edge up front and allow them to continue to be resolute on the road, where they have been beaten only twice in 11 games. ST PATRICK’S ATHLETIC – 6 – SATISFACTORY AN opening-night win over Cork City, followed by a stoppage-time clincher from Mikey Drennan against Sligo a week later, represented a perfect start for new boss Harry Kenny. But St Pat’s have struggled to achieve any consistency since. Mikey Drennan celebrates a goal against UCD They have dropped points against all of the other nine sides but are also one of only two teams to have defeated Dundalk. They have not been helped by the fact the absence of some players has led them to playing wing-backs when Kenny’s preferred system is a flat-back four. But their stand-out problem is a lack of goals. Keeper Brendan Clarke is having a solid season between the posts and Ciaran Kelly has shone. But, at the other end, only Drennan and centre-half Kevin Toner have scored more than once. They need Chris Forrester to start delivering. SLIGO ROVERS – 6 – SATISFACTORY ASK a League of Ireland supporter which club is most likely to have a player scoring their country’s first goal at the CONCACAF Gold Cup and the chances are they would say Sligo Rovers. The Bit O’Red has long had a tradition of casting the net far and wide for players. Dante Leverock is stretchered off against Bohs And the acquisition of Bermuda captain Dante Leverock, who netted against Haiti on Sunday, from Estonian outfit Trans Narva is a case in point. When Leverock was knocked out against Bohemians last month, their other Caribbean star, Romeo Parkes, came to the fore with a double to seal victory at Dalymount Park. They were two of 10 close-season arrivals and it looks like the team is beginning to gel. They are the only side to have beaten the top three, recording home wins over Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers, and have the potential to further climb the table. CORK CITY – 4 – MUST DO BETTER IT IS difficult to put any positive spin on what has been, so far, a difficult season which has already seen John Caulfield’s departure. Five consecutive top-two finishes — featuring one title win and four FAI Cup final appearances in a row, two of which were won — set high standards at Turner’s Cross. Cork City interim boss John Cotter It became clear rather quickly that they were going to be unable to match them this term and a parting of the ways with Caulfield seemed inevitable. John Cotter got his reign off to a great start with a win over Bohemians but since then the only team they have beaten is UCD, twice. Making up ground in the race for Europe is not impossible but looks unlikely. The fact that they are seeded in this year’s Europa League may offer some chance of getting through a round. WATERFORD – 5 – MUST DO BETTER THIRD from bottom will be a disappointment for a side which finished third last season but they have between one and four games in hand on every other team. But the problem is that, when they get around to playing those matches, they may have fewer options at their disposal than when they were originally scheduled. Waterford ace Aaron Drinan Aaron Drinan, Scott Twine and Hugo Keto’s loan moves have all ended while Aaron Simpson has also left, having only joined in April. Drinan was the only unqualified success at the RSC but, with the bombshell landing that two months ago that the Blues would be unable to play in Europe, there will be precious little money to add bodies to the squad. Worse still, they are vulnerable to losing key men such as Zack Elbouzedi, who picked up a shoulder injury during the Toulon Tournament, and Bastien Hery to rival clubs. They get back to action after the break with a home game against Bohemians. UCD – 4 – MUST DO BETTER AFTER nine straight league defeats, followed by a month without a game, UCD have it all to do to turn their season around. Collie O’Neill’s side had made an OK start to the campaign after winning the First Division last season. Neil Farrugia has been a bright light for UCD’s season But their poor run coincided with the onset of exam time in Belfield. Despite their struggles, keeper Conor Kearns, defender Liam Scales and attacker Neil Farrugia impressed sufficiently to get called into the Ireland Under-21 squad, although Farrugia later pulled out through injury. He is still sidelined and, when he does next play, it may not be for UCD as interest in him hots up. He, Scales, Conor Davis and captain Gary O’Neill are all wanted by other clubs and whether College can mount a successful survival bid may depend on their ability to keep their squad together. FINN HARPS – 3 – MUST DO BETTER GIVEN their geographical disadvantage and budgetary restraints, Finn Harps’ struggles this season will not have come as a surprise to anyone, least of all manager Ollie Horgan. Sure enough, they failed to record a win in their first 15 games. They then managed eight points from four matches, which hinted at something of a resurgence for Horgan and Co. But, since then, they have lost five on the trot, conceding 16 goals. Peter Burke’s struggles between the posts saw former Donegal keeper Mark Anthony McGinley line out in goal against St Pat’s on Friday. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ SPORT” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Horgan could really do with No 1 Ciaran Gallagher getting fit again. Although there is talent in their ranks with players such as Daniel O’Reilly and Mikey Place, it does not look as if they have enough quality to get themselves out of trouble. They are level with UCD on points but with three more matches played, their survival hopes may hinge on whether their rivals hold on to their best players. Ollie Horgan’s Finn Harps are struggling
17 Jun 19
THIIS Magazine

Clyde Shopmobility has moved to a new and improved location to enable local residents with reduced mobility to more easily navigate the Clyde Shopping Centre and surrounding areas. Based in Scotland, the charity charges a yearly fee of £10 that enables members to hire essential mobility aids, such as mobility scooters or wheelchairs. Since its […]

17 Jun 19
Drennan Writes

The brand I’ve chosen is Xbox. I chose them simply because I’ve used their products since the original Xbox console. All of their photos and videos on Instagram are essentially advertisements for their games, controllers, consoles, and events. The images are all very high quality and aesthetically pleasing which is consistent with how the brand […]

16 Jun 19
Bryant Daily | Local Sports and more Bryant, Arkansas

FAYETTEVILLE — Slade Renfrow, Tyler Bates and Coby Greiner combined on a three-hit shutout to make two runs in the third and sixth innings hold up for a 4-0 win over the KC Bullets as the Bryant Black Sox Senior American Legion team captured the 18U championship of the annual Chad Wolffe Classic at Baum-Walker […]

16 Jun 19
Bryant Daily | Local Sports and more Bryant, Arkansas

FAYETTEVILLE — Right-hander Logan Grant fired a six-inning no-hitter, walking three and fanning five to lead the Bryant Black Sox Senior American Legion team (18U) to an 11-0 win over the Perfect Timing 17U Blue on Saturday, clinching a spot in the championship game of the Chad Wolffe Classic in a game at Fayetteville High […]

15 Jun 19
homefurnish

Daisy Manual Glider Recliner If one has been doing a job thus far that has nothing to do with business then he really needs to talk to someone who is more skilled in this area. This particular person might be a businessman for a manager of an organization that has been working for years successfully. […]

15 Jun 19
Bryant Daily | Local Sports and more Bryant, Arkansas

Photos courtesy of Madison McEntire GREENLAND — Will McEntire blanked Prodigy Prime over five innings as he teammates built a 7-0 lead while Logan Chambers cracked three hits and Gage Stark two on the way to an 8-3 win at the Chad Wolffe Classic on Friday. Cade Drennan added a home run. Both Chambers and […]

14 Jun 19
Lines on the Water

Where will you spend June 16th and the early season this year? Whether you return to the rivers or get out on a beautiful wild lake, this time of year brings such a potent mix of  anticipation, excitement and nostalgia. We know that last year’s early season special was one of our most popular fishing […]

14 Jun 19
Bryant Daily | Local Sports and more Bryant, Arkansas

FAYETTEVILLE — At Arvest Stadium in Springdale, home of the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, the AA affiliate of the Kansas City Royals, the Bryant Black Sox Senior American Legion team opened the Chad Wolffe Classic pool play with a 5-1 win over Clutch Performance Academy on Thursday.  The Sox traveled to Fayetteville High School for a […]