Travis Johnson

18 Jul 19
AFROINSIDER

Windsor, Ontario, Canada – The Federation of Liberian Associations in Canada (FLAC) is set to host its first-ever national elections scheduled for July 19 – 21 to transition the organization from the interim leadership of Francis Hinnah who served as the founding interim president since the birth of the Federation in 2015.  The elections would form […]

18 Jul 19
Cashbox Magazine Music Charts

TOP 200 AIRPLAY CHART 07-13-2019 # ARTIST SONG TITLE LABEL 1 ED SHEERAN & JUSTIN BIEBER I DON’T CARE ATLANTIC UK 2 JONAS BROTHERS SUCKER REPUBLIC 3 SHAWN MENDES IF I CAN’T HAVE YOU ISLAND/REPUBLIC 4 TAYLOR SWIFT ME! (FEAT. BRENDON URIE OF PANIC! AT THE DISCO) TAYLOR SWIFT/REPUBLIC 5 LIL NAS X OLD TOWN […]

18 Jul 19
South Georgia Matmen

Team Georgia Cadet Greco Results Local 106 Rd of 64 Jake Hubby (Washington) VPO1 Dominic DiTomasso (Lowndes), 9-3. Consi 32 #1 DiTomasso VSU Ethan Titus (Connecticut), 11-0. Consi 32 #2 Dominic Mendez (California) VPO DiTomasso, 8-0 126 Rd of 64 Matthew Rogge (Wisconsin) VPO1 Cameron Bradley (Valdosta), 12-5. Consi 64 #2 Bradley VSU1 Novik Thomas […]

18 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Grade 6 Distinguished Honor Roll Bailey Allan, Walker Ayres, Skylar Baeder, Meryck Blomquist, Riley Brickey, Dylan Caldwell, Katelynn Callaghan, Madilyn Cleary, Ian Coale, Landon Cook, Maria Costilla-Ledesma, Nicholas Depew, Evalynn Fultz, Ivanna Fultz, Journey Garvin, Thad Granger, Landsl Hanks, Niklas Haraldsson, Jason Hill, Emily Hornberger, Kaleb Johnson, Kaelyn Kondracki, Jacob Lightner, Alice Mackie, Benjamin Maners, […]

17 Jul 19
Sport Archives

A year ago the Miami football program was coming off a 10-3 season, ACC Coastal Division title and Mark Richt, Ahmmon Richards and Jaquan Johnson were the Hurricanes representatives at ACC Kickoff days. What a difference a year makes. Mark Richt retired after the Miami football program turned to a three-game losing streak to end […]

17 Jul 19
The Ukiah Daily Journal
By Paul Shimmin Special for the Ukiah Daily Journal On Sunday, July 14, the Business Challenge GOlf tournament was played at the Ukiah Valley Golf Course. The tournament was held to benefit the Boys and Girls golf teams. The boys and girls teams are deeply indebted to all of the players, sponsors and donors who helped make this tournament so successful. This tournament, in its 23rd consecutive year, hosted 25 teams and 100 participating players. The winning team was the Steve Miller Family team: Steve Miller, Mark Sparso, Bill Harris and Greg Winkle. The second place team was the Roto-Rooter team: Shawn Andrade, Matt Howard, Dave Lieva and John Garrison. Third place went to the Savings Bank team: Mike Davis, Bob Hildebrand, Charles Mannon and Jim Brown. Coming in at fourth place was the Tony Summit team: Tony Summit, Scott Harpe, Josh Goates and Jim Rus. Fifth place was the Custom Heating and Cooling team: Keith Gordon, Curt Gordon, Chase Gordon and Casey Prine. Sixth place was the Reliable Mill team: Howdy Johnson, Dave Halsted, Andy Richards and Grady Huff. Co-Directors Paul Shimmin and Jamie Alexander want to thank the professional staff of Ukiah Valley Golf, Thurston Auto Plaza and Savings Bank of mendocino County. Special thanks to the Ukiah Men’s GOlf Club for the continued support of our high school golf program.
17 Jul 19
TTSM

(Image via Sports Business Daily) With training camp coming up, its time to rank the top five players at every position in the NFL. Quarterbacks 1.) Tom Brady 2.) Aaron Rodgers 3.) Patrick Mahomes 4.) Drew Brees 5.) Russell Wilson Running Backs 1.) Todd Gurley 2.) Ezekiel Elliot 3.) Saquon Barkley 4.) Alvin Kamara 5.) […]

17 Jul 19
The Ukiah Daily Journal
Gloriana Musical Theatre kicks off its 43rd season with the international smash hit “Mamma Mia!,” dazzling audiences from July 19 to Aug. 11, with a free preview night on July 18. Get swept away by the infectious music, uplifting story and lovable characters that have made Mamma Mia! a worldwide phenomenon. On the eve of her wedding, a young woman’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Nonstop laughs and explosive dance numbers, along with the magic of ABBA’s hit songs including “Super Trouper,” “Dancing Queen,” “Take a Chance on Me,” “Money, Money, Money,” “The Winner Takes It All,” and “SOS,” combine to make this sunny, funny show a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget! Music and Lyrics by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus and some songs with Stig Anderson. Book by Catherine Johnson. Originally conceived by Judy Craymer. Additional material and arrangements by Martin Koch. Gloriana’s production is directed by Jenni Windsor, with band leadership from Scott Menzies. The creative team includes Patty Price (Set Designer), Michela Sarti (Costume Designer), Zach Taylor (Lighting and Sound Designer), Amanda Morrissey (Choreography), Barbara Brown (Choreography), Ingrid Uluac (Stage Manager) and Miranda Ramos (Assistant Stage Manager). The cast includes Carrie Fishman as Donna, Maria Ramos as Sophie, Emily McPhail as Tanya, Tina Craig as Rosie, Fred Lemin as Harry, Tim Bosma as Sam, Jeff Grant as Bill, and Joey Martins as Sky. The ensemble includes Carlee Gardner, Carianne Green, Adrian Taylor, Zakary Brink, Mija Biggie, Kylie Feicich, Jasmine Norris and Remington Namvar. Performing at Eagles Hall from July 19 to August 11 with performances at 7:30 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays and Sunday matinees beginning at 3 p.m. One special preview night on Thursday, July 18 at 7:30. Admission is $22 for the general public, $20 for seniors and $12 for youth (17 and under). Suitable for most ages. Parental discretion is advised. Tickets may be purchased online at gloriana.org, at Harvest Market in Fort Bragg or at the door of Eagles Hall prior to each performance. Our Gala is a special Sing-a-Long Sunday on July 21. Watch the show and sing-a-long with the cast on select songs. After the show there will be food, desserts, drinks and more! Tickets are $25 for General, $23 for Seniors and $12 for Youth. For more information, visit Gloriana.org.
17 Jul 19
Sports Daily Tips

7:00 AM ET A dozen or so kids line up to catch a pass from Baker Mayfield, and one of them is so gut-wrenchingly adorable, I briefly wonder if he’s a plant. It’s an absurd thought, but the whole scenario carries a whiff of predetermined charm. The visual of Mayfield playing football with hundreds of […]

17 Jul 19
Broncos Wire

A training camp battle between Isaac Yiadom and De’Vante Bausby could be one of interest for the Denver Broncos this summer.

17 Jul 19
Paradise in Hell

The GOP Red grew up with is a distant memory.  Actually, it barely existed in Red’s Texas youth.  Sure, there was John Tower and “Eugene Locke Should be Governor of Texas – the Governor of Texas Should be Eugene Locke.”  Red loves a good tautology.  But until Bill Clements came along there really wasn’t much […]

17 Jul 19
Chitoo's blog

Organisational culture is used in various terms that seem to give rise to a degree of ambiguity. Watson (2006) emphasizes that the concept of culture originally derived from a metaphor of the organization as ‘something cultivated. Culture gives organizations a sense of identity, through the organization’s legends, rituals, beliefs, meanings, values, norms and language, the […]

17 Jul 19
Foxy 107.1-104.3

The nominations for the 2019 Emmy Awards have officially been released and HBO (137 noms) has topped Netflix (117 noms) this year with the most nominations thanks largely to Game of Thrones. Game of Thrones alone scored a whopping 32 nominations in its final season on HBO, while The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon Prime) also […]

17 Jul 19
TMan's Sports/Sci-Fi Site

Dallas Cowboys: QB: Dak Prescott RB: Tony Pollard, _____ back acquired in projected Zeke Elliott trade WR: Amari Cooper, Randall Cobb, Mike Gallup TE: Jason Witten OT: Tyron Smith, La’el Collins LG/C/RG: Connor Williams, Travis Frederick, Zack Martin DE: Demarcus Lawrence, Robert Quinn DT: Antwuan Woods, Trysten Hill OLB: Sean Lee, Leighton Vander-Esch ILB: Jaylon […]