Isabelle Armstrong

13 Feb 19
Isabelle Armstrong

Today is the end of my fourth week at the Daily Camera! So far, things have been going well. I like the writing that I do, and I get assigned things that are cool and fun, albeit a tad unimportant and fluffy. My favorite things to do are probably briefs because they keep me occupied […]

12 Feb 19
Archy news nety

These sales data registered by the Maryland Assessments and Taxation Department are provided by Black Knight Inc. Go to washingtonpost.com for information on other property transactions in properties. ACCOKEEK AREA Barney Dr., 17907-Alexander W. and Anita F. Wiley to Leslie and Darryl A. Jackson, $ 349,900. Caskadilla Lane, 1109-Glenn L. Taylor Jr. and estate of […]

09 Feb 19
Red Bluff Daily News
CORNING — Both of Corning High’s basketball teams enjoyed senior night victories Friday against the Las Plumas Thunderbirds with the boys taking a 60-46 win and the girls a 45-36 win. Boys The Corning boys opened their game with a 3-pointer by Bryce Armstrong, countering the three points scored by Las Plumas via free throws. Greggor McGrath from the Thunderbirds tried to answer with a 3 of his own right at the line but was over the line and he had to settle for two. Ellie Daly jumps for a rebound during Corning’s home game against Las Plumas Friday night. (Jake Hutchison — Daily News) By the end of the first, Corning had a 10-5 lead. The game got rough fast with players hitting on the floor often, at one point resulting in a five-man clash under the Thunderbirds’ net. Corning maintained roughly a 10-point lead throughout the game, though the Cards slipped up a bit early in the fourth. Las Plumas narrowed the margin to 46-41. The Thunderbirds began to shift their game toward more passing, keeping the ball high and launching it across the court in a game of keep away to prevent interceptions from the Cards. The Cardinals stepped it back up quickly. Jacob Alston stole the ball drove straight down the court for a score, energizing the team for the win. Alston scored 25 and had a three consecutive 3-pointers in the second. Armstrong totaled 10 points with two threes, one early in the first quarter and the second in the third quarter. Girls Right off the bat, Isabelle Jones, Kamryn Talley and Kara Beckwith propelled the Cards to a lead with each girl scoring a 3-pointer in the first period. Talley landed the first but was quickly answered by Las Plumas’s Kami Thompson, who nailed a 3 of her own while a second 3 was made by Shawnia Copple later in the first quarter. Corning’s Hannah Williams tripped up Las Plumas players in the second quarter with a fake out pass that opened a gap in the Thunderbirds’ defenses wide enough for her to bolt down the court for a shot. Addie Galantine and Sanaya Shrader were both strong on the boards and created multiple turnovers throughout the game. Shrader scored 11 with Mayze Menefee close behind at nine points. Taley, Beckwith and Williams each scored a three while Jones had two. This wraps up the league season for both teams. The boys finish 14-14 overall and 6-4 in league play, sitting third in the Westside League. The girls finish 11-16 overall and 7-3 in league play, in second place in the league. Other game The Red Bluff boys lost at home to Shasta 79-34 Friday night, to finish the year 7-18 overall and 1-9 in league play.
09 Feb 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
CORNING — Both of Corning High’s basketball teams enjoyed senior night victories Friday against the Las Plumas Thunderbirds with the boys taking a 60-46 win and the girls a 45-36 win. Boys The Corning boys opened their game with a 3-pointer by Bryce Armstrong, countering the three points scored by Las Plumas via free throws. Greggor McGrath from the Thunderbirds tried to answer with a 3 of his own right at the line but was over the line and he had to settle for two. Ellie Daly jumps for a rebound during Corning’s home game against Las Plumas Friday night. (Jake Hutchison — Daily News) By the end of the first, Corning had a 10-5 lead. The game got rough fast with players hitting on the floor often, at one point resulting in a five-man clash under the Thunderbirds’ net. Corning maintained roughly a 10-point lead throughout the game, though the Cards slipped up a bit early in the fourth. Las Plumas narrowed the margin to 46-41. The Thunderbirds began to shift their game toward more passing, keeping the ball high and launching it across the court in a game of keep away to prevent interceptions from the Cards. The Cardinals stepped it back up quickly. Jacob Alston stole the ball drove straight down the court for a score, energizing the team for the win. Alston scored 25 and had a three consecutive 3-pointers in the second. Armstrong totaled 10 points with two threes, one early in the first quarter and the second in the third quarter. Girls Right off the bat, Isabelle Jones, Kamryn Talley and Kara Beckwith propelled the Cards to a lead with each girl scoring a 3-pointer in the first period. Talley landed the first but was quickly answered by Las Plumas’s Kami Thompson, who nailed a 3 of her own while a second 3 was made by Shawnia Copple later in the first quarter. Corning’s Hannah Williams tripped up Las Plumas players in the second quarter with a fake out pass that opened a gap in the Thunderbirds’ defenses wide enough for her to bolt down the court for a shot. Addie Galantine and Sanaya Shrader were both strong on the boards and created multiple turnovers throughout the game. Shrader scored 11 with Mayze Menefee close behind at nine points. Taley, Beckwith and Williams each scored a three while Jones had two. This wraps up the league season for both teams. The boys finish 14-14 overall and 6-4 in league play, sitting third in the Westside League. The girls finish 11-16 overall and 7-3 in league play, in second place in the league. Other game The Red Bluff boys lost at home to Shasta 79-34 Friday night, to finish the year 7-18 overall and 1-9 in league play.
09 Feb 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
CORNING — Both of Corning High’s basketball teams enjoyed senior night victories Friday against the Las Plumas Thunderbirds with the boys taking a 60-46 win and the girls a 45-36 win. Boys The Corning boys opened their game with a 3-pointer by Bryce Armstrong, countering the three points scored by Las Plumas via free throws. Greggor McGrath from the Thunderbirds tried to answer with a 3 of his own right at the line but was over the line and he had to settle for two. Ellie Daly jumps for a rebound during Corning’s home game against Las Plumas Friday night. (Jake Hutchison — Daily News) By the end of the first, Corning had a 10-5 lead. The game got rough fast with players hitting on the floor often, at one point resulting in a five-man clash under the Thunderbirds’ net. Corning maintained roughly a 10-point lead throughout the game, though the Cards slipped up a bit early in the fourth. Las Plumas narrowed the margin to 46-41. The Thunderbirds began to shift their game toward more passing, keeping the ball high and launching it across the court in a game of keep away to prevent interceptions from the Cards. The Cardinals stepped it back up quickly. Jacob Alston stole the ball drove straight down the court for a score, energizing the team for the win. Alston scored 25 and had a three consecutive 3-pointers in the second. Armstrong totaled 10 points with two threes, one early in the first quarter and the second in the third quarter. Girls Right off the bat, Isabelle Jones, Kamryn Talley and Kara Beckwith propelled the Cards to a lead with each girl scoring a 3-pointer in the first period. Talley landed the first but was quickly answered by Las Plumas’s Kami Thompson, who nailed a 3 of her own while a second 3 was made by Shawnia Copple later in the first quarter. Corning’s Hannah Williams tripped up Las Plumas players in the second quarter with a fake out pass that opened a gap in the Thunderbirds’ defenses wide enough for her to bolt down the court for a shot. Addie Galantine and Sanaya Shrader were both strong on the boards and created multiple turnovers throughout the game. Shrader scored 11 with Mayze Menefee close behind at nine points. Taley, Beckwith and Williams each scored a three while Jones had two. This wraps up the league season for both teams. The boys finish 14-14 overall and 6-4 in league play, sitting third in the Westside League. The girls finish 11-16 overall and 7-3 in league play, in second place in the league. Other game The Red Bluff boys lost at home to Shasta 79-34 Friday night, to finish the year 7-18 overall and 1-9 in league play.
06 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Lois Nettleton was a versatile and accomplished actress who appeared on stage, in films and on TV during her long career. The former Miss Chicago of 1948 beauty pageant contest winner was born in Oak Park, Illinois. She joined a community theatre at the age of eleven and first appeared on local radio and television. […]

02 Feb 19

Follow live updates from the ladies singles at the 2019 Bauhaus Dutch Open from the last 256 onwards. Last 256 Lisa Ashton (1) 3-0 Christina Schuler Diana van Eekelen 0-3 Anita van der Velden Petra Alpik 1-3 Danielle Ijpelaar Sylvanna Snoeck 3-0 Anouk Bijsterbosch Veerle Hamelink (32) 3-2 Lineke Koenen Natasha Bonhof 1-3 Samantha Linssen […]

01 Feb 19
Isabelle Armstrong

Today was the end of my second week as an intern for the the Boulder Daily Camera. So far, I’ve had two stories published on the DC website, with a third and fourth on the way. The first two were written at my desk in the office, with not much background for the stories needed. […]

01 Feb 19
WORLD STREETS: CLIMATE/ACTION/PLAN, 2019-2020

[From Wikipedia on Women, Leadership and Climate Change (2019 State of the art at http://bit.ly/2HMbKVZ)%5D Introduction: The contributions of women in climate change have received increasing attention in the early 21st century. Feedback from women and the issues faced by women have been described as “imperative” by the United Nations and “critical” by the Population Reference Bureau. A report by the World Health […]

06 Feb 19
Archy news nety

PLAINFIELD, IL – Plainfield District 202 has released its second round of honor for the district's middle schools. Is your child on the list? Let us know in the comments. Indian Trail Middle SchoolHigh Honor Roll – Grade 6ADALIE ARROYO, MY ARROYO, KYLIE BAKHAUS, DYLAN BISHOP, EZEQUIEL BLANCO, PRESTON BONDI, JONATHAN CALIXTO, STEPHANIE CARRANZA, SEBASTIAN […]

06 Feb 19
Archy news nety

HIGH SCHOOL OF LEOMINSTER The Leominster High School has released its title for the first term of the 2018-19 school year. The names of the roll of honor were: Grade 12 High Honors Christopher Aguirre, Cynthia Albert, Dominic Allain, Devin Allen, Rachel Arena, Kenneth Aubuchon, Daishaliz Aulet, Julissa Barua, Michael Beauregard, Emily Beltz, Alicia Birr, […]

27 Jan 19
JoCo Report

Principal’s List Madison Adams, Alyssa Alford, Haley Alford, Jakob Allen, William Allen, Edgar Alvarez Orozco, Marwa Anam, Shelby Anderson, Haleigh Archambault, Kelsey Arnold, Olivia Arteaga, Kaitlyn Artero, Jessica Aycock, Caitlyn Bagwell, Julia Bailey, Londyn Baldwin, Ian Baranyk, Alyce Barrett, Hannah Barton, Norah Batson, Zachary Bauer, Emma Beabout, Hunter Beach, Sydney Beck, Lauren Bell, Annelyse Belyea, […]

23 Jan 19
Isabelle Armstrong

11 states have now legalized the use of recreational marijuana, but many are not aware of the fact that marijuana can have an effect the on mental health of users.\ According to the New England Journal of Medicine, “Currently, marijuana is the most used “illicit” drug in the United States, with about 12 percent of […]

20 Jan 19
Ed B on Sports

Deirdre O’Connell was born in 1951. She is an actress, known for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004), Secondhand Lions (2003) and Dragonfly (2002). Born: 1951 Actress (80 credits)   Before/During/After (post-production) Nancy  2018 Lez Bomb Rose  2018 Daredevil (TV Series) Anna Nelson – A New Napkin (2018) … Anna Nelson – Revelations (2018) […]

16 Jan 19
Dezign Ark (Beta)

[ad_1] 31st International Festival of Films on Art! Montreal, Canada International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) Event + Exhibition, Art, Culture 248 REASONS TO EMBRACE ART !March 14 to 24, 2013 Montreal, Canada, 2013-03-11 – FIFA’s founding director René Rozon is proud to announce the program of the 31st International Festival of Films on […]