Related Items:concacaf, flow tv Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppPROVIDENCIALES, Turks & Caicos Islands, October 21, 2015: Flow TV scores again as the network has signed an exclusive deal to bring live coverage of the CONCACAF 2018 Russia World Cup qualifying matches to viewers across the Caribbean.Round 4 kicks off on November 13, running through September, 2016 and includes more than 40 crucial matches featuring some of the region’s most high profile teams, including Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, St Vincent, US, Mexico, Costa Rica, Haiti, and Panama.“We are thrilled to air these very crucial World Cup qualifying matches,” said John Reid, President of C&W’s Consumer Group, which operates both the Flow and LIME brands. “This partnership demonstrates our continued commitment to bring exciting content to the region and follows our recent announcement that Flow and BTC will be the home of Premier League football across the Caribbean from August 2016 through to 2019,” he added.The CONCACAF matches are expected to generate a lot of football excitement, as winners of the qualifiers move on to the 2018 World Cup Finals in Russia. As part of the partnership, Flow will also broadcast Round 5 beginning in November 2016, until three teams prevail and move on to the World Cup Finals. The fourth place team from CONCACAF plays the CONEMBOL fourth place team for the final spot in the 2018 World Cup. This too will be aired on Flow TV.Round 4 November 2015 Match Schedule:Group BNov 13 – Jamaica (home) vs PanamaNov 17 – Haiti (home) vs JamaicaGroup CNov 13 – Guatemala (home) vs Trinidad & TobagoNov 17 – Trinidad & Tobago (home) vs USANov 17 – St. Vincent (home) vs Guatemala, (Game not available in St. Vincent)Flow TV will carry all CONCACAF matches exclusively, except the USA and Mexico home games, which are not included in the Broadcast Agreement. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Cayman Islands Football official arrested for money laundering Recommended for you
RBC Team off to Grand Turk with EZ Pay Related Items:royal bank of canada, uk tci bail out Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 06 Jan 2015 – Royal Bank of Canada, RBC is the bank the Government will go with to refinance that UK-backed bail-out loan of 2009. The Loan Refinancing Ordinance passed on December 17th and took effect the next day. The new law lays out the who, the how, the how much and the how long among other things of the bridge loan refinancing which will do away with the UK guaranteed loan of $170 million dollars. It is outlined in the ordinance that the loan with RBC cannot exceed $28 million dollars, must be repaid at the end of three and a half years, at a rate initially of 1.2% and that it will be repaid in fourteen equal installments of two million dollars every ninety days. It is explained that in order to keep that borrowing rate, the Turks and Caicos will have to maintain a BBB+ rating for at least the duration of the loan; if we lose ground there, it will cause a hike in the borrowing rate. This also means that if the TCI secures a better credit rating, then the rate of the loan will decrease. Included in that ordinance is that the TCI can repay the RBC Loan early without penalty and that the first payment would be due ninety days after disbursement of the money. Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Roll Out of EZ Pay in TCI today 16 Graduate from Save The Bays International YEA Leadership Training Program
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNASSAU, Bahamas – October 31, 2017 – The Bahamas’ own, Wayne Neely and his work chronicling the biggest, baddest hurricane to have hit The Bahamas and the region will be featured on the PBS NOVA series, ‘Killer Hurricanes’ and the series debuts on Wednesday November 1.The Great Hurricane of 1780 – The Story of the Greatest and Deadliest Hurricane of the Caribbean and the Americas is the title of Neely’s book; it is a best seller. The forecaster with the Bahamas Department of Meteorology is also an historian and told media that the real concentration will be the Great Hurricane of 1780, which remains the deadliest hurricane in North Atlantic hurricane history with 22,000 people killed — most of them slaves — in the Caribbean.Again you can find Killer Hurricanes on PBS NOVA tomorrow, November 1 at 9pm. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#author, #greathurricaneof1780, #hurricanes, #wayneneely
Tottenham winger Lucas Moura is relishing the big games that await them next weekMauricio Pochettino’s side will face off against London rivals Chelsea and Arsenal in the Premier League, while Inter Milan will visit Wembley for a Champions League game.The fixtures have left Lucas excited with Spurs first facing off against the unbeaten Chelsea on Saturday in the Premier League.“Brilliant, brilliant games and an amazing week,” Lucas told the club website.“These are all huge matches – Premier League, Champions League – and I can’t wait for these games.“We want to win. We need to win. We still believe in the Champions League.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“We’re working so hard, we’re near the top in the Premier League and it’s not easy, every game is so tough, every game is a test.“The intensity is so high. Palace…that’s one of the most difficult games and we can’t always play well, but we got the three points.“We didn’t play as well as we can but we scored, 1-0 and three points. We can’t play well for all 38 games but we always need to win.“We did that and we stayed at the top – that’s the objective.“It’s a dream to play these games and as I always say, I am privileged.”The London derby between Spurs and Chelsea will begin at 18:30 (CET) at Wembley on Saturday.
Leicester City’s historic Premier League title-winning season can be an inspiration for Kilmarnock according to Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers.Aberdeen clinched the league title in 1985 and that was the league was won by a team other than Celtic or Rangers, but Kilmarnock are one point ahead of Celtic and Rodgers believes they can emulate the Leicester City of 2015/2016 season.“They deserve all the credit that they get. It is not by accident. It has been a real consistent run now over the last year or so,” Rodgers told Sky Sports.“Steve has done a brilliant job in terms of how he organizes them, the way they want to play and consistently they have got very good results.“Okay they have played two more matches than us but they are still in a position where some people wouldn’t expect them to be.“But if you watch them clearly, closely over the last year or so Steve and the players have done a great job in term of how they have worked.Match Preview: Manchester United vs Leicester City Boro Tanchev – September 13, 2019 Old Trafford is the venue for the Premier League encounter between Manchester United and Leicester City, which kicks off at 16:00 (CET) on Saturday.“They are a very difficult team to beat so we know we have to be at our best to get a result we want.“They will feel why not. I think what Leicester have done to probably every team other than a so-called big club is they have made the impossible possible.“But like I say it is still very early. We have played 14 games. Get down to when there are 10 games to go and then we will see where we are at. But what they have shown is the level of consistency.“They are a very good side. They have got good players, some experienced players there and obviously, Steve and his staff have done a great job so I am sure they will be up there throughout the season.”
The agent of Bayern Munich defender Mats Hummels has denied claims that he is engineering a transfer to the Premier League for next monthUnder new coach Niko Kovac, Hummels has struggled for regular game time with only eight starts in Bayern’s 16 Bundesliga games this season.Despite being named in the starting line-up for the second time in a row in Wednesday’s 1-0 win against RB Leipzig, Hummels continues to be linked with a move away from Bayern.Bild previously reported that the Germany international’s dissatisfaction with his role led him to seek a switch to the Premier League in January.The report added that Hummels’ agent, Marc Kosicke, travelled to England to discuss a potential move for his client to either Chelsea or Tottenham.But Kosicke has now publicly denied those claims.“The story is a classic hoax,” Kosicke told Sport1.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…It turns out Kosicke only advises Hummels on marketing matters and not on his footballing career.Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has also spoken out on the report by insisting Hummels will not leave the club in January.The German made his 100th appearance for Bayern against Leipzig and is contracted with the Bavarians runs until June 2021.💯 appearances for @fcbayern and a big win last night💪🏻👨🏻 many more to come! pic.twitter.com/W5ubqrjIlF— Mats Hummels (@matshummels) December 20, 2018
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has revealed he cannot wait to see the United Kingdom get out of the European Union, as citizens wait to see how the nation’s Brexit pans out.The details of the UK’s departure from the EU have been a major conversation in the media ever since a slim majority voted in favour of Brexit back in 2016.Now, as the deadline for the referendum approaches the United Kingdom’s parliament remains at a halt, while calls for a second referendum have become louder.It is undoubtedly a topic that demands patience and a lot of sensitivity; however Warnock, known for his blunt public statements insists he can’t wait for the 2016 decision to become a reality.Warnock will coach Cardiff City for one more year Manuel R. Medina – May 15, 2019 The manager will guide the Bluebirds in the English Championship, but he will also help the team find his successor.“I think once the country knows what they’re doing, it will be straightforward [to make signings] … Any transfer window is difficult for me, not just this one,” he told reporters, according to Goal.“I don’t know why politicians don’t do what the country wants, if I’m honest.”“They had a referendum and now we see different politicians and everyone else trying to put their foot in it … Why did we have a referendum in the first bloody place?”“I can’t wait to get out of it, if I’m honest. I think we’ll be far better out of the bloody thing. In every aspect.” “Football-wise as well, absolutely. To hell with the rest of the world.”
February 12, 2018 Ed Lenderman, Live at City Hall previewing hearing on selection for new Police Chief pic.twitter.com/tPr7XmVUWJ— Ed Lenderman (@EdLendermanKUSI) February 12, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: February 12, 2018 Ed Lenderman Updated: 10:49 AM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsThe public hearings are scheduled for Feb. 12 at 1 p.m.Residents will be able to offer feedback on the appointment of David Nisleit as the city’s next top cop during two City Council meetings later this month, council President Myrtle Cole announced Friday.Mayor Kevin Faulconer on Thursday named Nisleit, a current assistant San Diego police chief, as the successor to Chief Shelley Zimmerman following a nationwide search.Nisleit’s appointment must be confirmed by a majority council vote.feb. 26 at 2 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 202 C St. However, on Friday Faulconer sent Cole a memo requesting the Feb. 12 meeting be moved to 6 p.m. On Twitter, the mayor’s office said he asked for the change “so more San Diegans can attend and have their voices heard.”The council will take a vote on the matter on Feb. 26. KUSI’s Ed Lenderman has the details. Public Hearings for Police Chief David Nisleit
Categories: California News, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter August 17, 2018 Posted: August 17, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsRANCHO BERNARDO (KUSI) – A recent study by “TRIP” claims San Diegans are paying nearly $1900 in car repairs because of the bad roads.The people behind the repeal of the gas tax hike are questioning the accuracy of a report on California’s roads.Not the finding that the state’s roads are in bad shape, but how much the rough driving and congestion are costing people in specific cities, including San Diego.Carl DeMaio and his “Yes on 6 Campaign,” question the motives of the research firm behind the report, the Washington D.C. organization called TRIP.KUSI reported on the numbers earlier this week, but DeMaio says the firm is funded by labor and the construction industry, which stand to gain if the tax hike stays in place.“What’s so infuriating about this is that they take the research out of context, and inflate the numbers. They say it’s costing $1,900, I talk to people, they don’t spend $1900-a-year to fix their car. But they are saying you should give $779, which is the average tax hike money, to get the roads fixed. This is Enron accounting, government math. What we’re telling people is yes, the roads are bad, but don’t buy the notion you’re going to save money by giving government your tax dollars, we need to demand that the existing tax which we pay go to the roads” DeMaio said on Good Morning San Diego. Updated: 11:21 AM Ed Lenderman Ed Lenderman, Average San Diego driver pays almost $2,000 in car repairs per year due to bad roads
Singer Anna Danes preforming at Martinis Above Fourth on Thursday Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom July 30, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Anna Danes joined KUSI to share her talent and talk about her up coming show! She was accompanied by Sky Ladd on keyboard. Posted: July 30, 2019 Updated: 9:49 PM
American Soybean Association (ASA) President Steve Wellman has confirmed 16 soybean growers from nine states to ASA’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) Committee in 2012-13. WISHH Committee Members reelected David Iverson of South Dakota as chair and Andy Welden of Michigan as vice chair. Illinois grower Dan Farney is the new treasurer. Lucas Heinen of Kansas now serves as secretary.New WISHH Committee Members for 2012-13 are: Gary Berg (Ill.); Ron Bunjer (Minn.); Ryan Cahoon (N.C.); Dean Coleman (Iowa); Levi Huffman (Ind.); Mike Marron (Ill.); Joe Murphy (Ill.), and Art Wosick (N.D.). Returning to the Committee are Scott Fritz (Ind.); Monica McCranie (S.D.); Darrel McGriff (Ind.), and Randy Van Kooten (Iowa). United Soybean Board Director Mary Lou Smith (Mich.), and Drew Klein, representing the U.S. Soybean Export Council, serve as ex-officio members of the Committee.Wellman and Iverson recognize outgoing WISHH Members: Ken Bartlett (N.C.); Pat Dumoulin (Ill.); C.W. Gaffner (Ill.); Jared Hagert (N.D.); John Heisdorffer (Iowa); Barb Overlie (Minn.), and Jack Trumbo (Ky.).”ASA thanks the visionary farmers who have led and those who will now lead WISHH to new market frontiers for U.S. soy,” said Wellman. “Building overseas markets for any product takes years, but WISHH has already created new markets for our soy in Africa and beyond.”A new U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) science white paper released on July 24, highlights the importance of developing countries. It leads with, “The future success of U.S. agriculture is tied to economic growth in the developing world. These countries play a vital role in expanding feed and food export markets…”The USDA paper also cites the world population is estimated at 7 billion as of May 2012 and will increase to more than 9 billion by 2050. Currently, nearly one billion people globally are estimated to be food insecure, with 44 percent residing in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to USDA Economist Shahla Shapouri.”Growing populations and increasing incomes are driving demand for U.S. soy protein in developing countries,” said Iverson. “We look forward to working with the many developing country entrepreneurs and organizations that are eager to use U.S. soy to improve the diets as well as economic opportunities in these countries.”Since U.S. soybean farmers founded WISHH in 2000, WISHH has worked in 23 countries to improve diets, as well as encourage growth of food industries. The WISHH program is managed from ASA’s world headquarters in Saint Louis. For more information, visit www.wishh.org.Video interviews by WISHH Committee Members are available at www.youtube.com/user/WISHHSoybeans.2012-13 WISHH Committee.###For more information, contact:Steve Wellman, ASA President, 402-269-7024, email@example.comVickie Wilks, WISHH Director of Operations, 314-754-1341, firstname.lastname@example.orgPatrick Delaney, ASA Communications Director, 202-969-7040, email@example.com
Clark County — Registration is open for the 47th annual Hazel Dell Parade of Bands.The parade will be May 21.The theme is Stars & Stripes Forever, and the parade will be led by Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Jack Carrier and Sgt. Brian Radke. Both soldiers were injured while serving in Iraq.Registration forms are available on the Hazel Dell/Salmon Creek Business Association’s website, http://www.hdscba.org. Completed forms must be returned to Clark County Fire District 6 headquarters, 8800 N.E. Hazel Dell Ave., by May 13. The parade’s lineup is partially based on when the forms were submitted.Forms are also available at Clark County Fire District 6; Clark County Sheriff’s Office west precinct, 505 N.W. 179th St.; First Independent Bank in Hazel Dell; Riverview Community Bank in Hazel Dell and Salmon Creek; Smokey’s Pizza; and West Coast Bank in Salmon Creek.
County commissioners were given an update Wednesday on a proposed biomass-fueled power plant in downtown Vancouver.Mark McCauley, the county’s general services manager, said a number of large, well-financed companies are interested in forming a partnership with the county to build and operate the plant.He said the county would pay about $210,000 per year for renewable energy, comparable to what it currently pays for natural gas. He said the county would save approximately $100,000 a year by cutting back its use of massive chiller units, which are part of the air conditioning system. In addition the county would charge $75,000 a year to the company to lease the land. Last summer, commissioners agreed to spend $225,000 from a federal energy block grant on studying the feasibility of a biomass boiler system (fueled by tree tops, limbs and the detritus of producing lumber) that would provide central heating, cooling and domestic hot water for five county buildings: the Public Service Center, courthouse, jail, 911 center and juvenile courthouse.No final decision has been made on whether to go ahead with the four- or five-story plant, but McCauley will ask the board on April 20 to decide whether the county should put out a formal request for a business partner. Commissioners plan to discuss the topic during a meeting with the Vancouver City Council on April 11.The city would have to approve a zone change and permits for the plant, which the county would like to put on the corner of West 13th and Harney streets, west of the Clark County Jail.
A 54-year-old Vancouver man died in a fiery commercial truck crash Tuesday on Highway 26, six miles east of Warm Springs, according the Oregon State Police. David Lee Spooner was driving a tractor trailer rig loaded with 8,300 gallons of aviation fuel on an uphill stretch of the highway. For an unknown reason, the truck traveled onto the shoulder and continued along a guardrail for about 100 feet before breaking through the railing, according to an OSP bulletin. The truck and trailer then broke through the guardrail, went about 200 feet down an embankment and caught fire. Firefighters from Warm Springs and Jefferson County Fire District 1 responded and extinguished the fire in about an hour. The truck and trailer were destroyed. A small brush fire was also sparked and put out.Spooner was driving for Cascade Petroleum Transportation Inc. of Portland. He was traveling to Sunriver, Ore., near Bend. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and a hazardous materials team from Gresham-Multnomah County also responded.
Vancouver police early Sunday arrested a 29-year-old man after a standoff in Fruit Valley.A press release from the department said Ryan J. Young was arrested for felony harassment domestic violence. The release said police responded about 4:30 a.m. to an apartment complex on Fruit Valley Road for a disturbance “caused by an ex-husband of a resident.”Officers went to Young’s residence at 2200 Simpson Road, asked him to come outside and he refused.Members of Clark County Regional SWAT were called, as well as negotiators.After a three-hour standoff, Young surrendered without incident.He was in the Clark County Jail Sunday night with bail not allowed.No other information was available.
Severe smoke from an interior fire Saturday drove a woman and her five cats and dogs out of their home at 2907 E. 26th St. in Vancouver’s Fourth Plain Village neighborhood.Both the woman and the pets escaped the blaze. A working smoke detector sounded the alarm, said Capt. Kevin Murray, a Vancouver Fire Department spokesman.The fire caused severe smoke damage to the one-story, 1,000-square-foot ranch but little structural damage, Murray said. An investigator later determined the fire’s origin was electrical in nature.The American Red Cross is helping the woman and her pets.County property records show the homeowners are Leslie and Cathleen Lowery.
Motorists are being warned that Interstate 84 could be affected by a Hood River, Ore., wildfire that’s burned more than 70 acres.All lanes were open Thursday morning, said Don Hamilton of the Oregon Department of Transportation. That could change as the day goes on, he said.On Tuesday night one lane of east I-84 between mileposts 66 and 67 was closed. All lanes were open Wednesday.“Stay alert for fire vehicles moving around,” said Kevin Weeks, spokesman for the Oregon Department of Forestry.The fire sparked just after 8 p.m. Tuesday. No structures were threatened or injuries reported, but the steep terrain and dry timber posed a challenge for firefighters, Weeks said.The wildfire is reported to be two miles east of Hood River, which is about 66 miles east of Vancouver.
The Mary Kay Foundation awarded YWCA Clark County’s SafeChoice Domestic Violence Shelter a $20,000 grant to sponsor a bedroom for one year. Throughout the year, the room will help at least six adults and six to 12 children who are escaping domestic violence. During their stay, the family will have access to parenting, peer and legal support, according to a bulletin from the YWCA.During domestic violence awareness month in October, the Mary Kay Foundation gives $20,000 grants to shelters around the country, totaling $3 million. Since 2000, the cosmetics and skin care products retailer has awarded nearly $31 million to domestic violence shelters and programs, the bulletin said.
A broad capital investment effort now underway is steering an estimated $125 million in maintenance work and improvements to BNSF Railway’s track system in Washington this year, the company announced Monday.The work will include almost 2,800 miles of track surfacing and undercutting across the state, plus the replacement of about 175 miles of rail and 110,000 railroad ties, according to BNSF.Crews are focusing much of their attention on the company’s Columbia River Gorge line, which connects directly to the Vancouver area. From Vancouver east to Wishram, a stretch of about 100 miles, workers will replace some 26,000 wood ties and 5,700 concrete ties, said BNSF spokesman Gus Melonas. Most of that work was completed earlier this year; the rest is expected to wrap up this fall.One of the busier stretches of railroad in the region, BNSF’s Gorge corridor sees as many as 35 trains pass through in a 24-hour period, Melonas said.The statewide upgrades resulted in about 300 permanent new hires in Washington, Melonas said. Close to 100 of those came from the Vancouver area, he added.