Facebook + posts printIowa caucus results delayed due to miscommunications, functional problemsThe results from Monday’s Iowa caucus were delayed due to issues with a new system used to tabulate votes, according to the New York Times.There was widespread confusion over which voting methods were being used throughout the state. Some precincts tallied votes through an app, which malfunctioned, while others had thought caucus voters were calling in their votes over the phone.Although no official winner has been declared, Politico reported that Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are in a tight race with 62% of the precincts reporting.Anne Montgomery smiles as she listens to her son Democratic presidential candidate former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg speaks to supporters at a caucus night campaign rally, Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, in Des Moines, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Iowa Democratic Party chairman Troy Price said the official results will be tallied and released sometime Tuesday.2 killed, 1 wounded after shooting at Texas A&M University -CommerceTwo women were killed and a toddler was wounded after being shot Monday in a Texas A&M University-Commerce residence hall, according to the Dallas Morning News.Campus Police Chief Bryan Vaughn said the toddler is currently in the hospital and in stable condition. A law enforcement officer patrols the Pride Rock residence hall at Texas A&M-Commerce after a deadly shooting in Commerce, Texas, Monday, Feb. 3, 2020. At least a few women were killed and a child was wounded in the shooting Monday morning at the university dormitory in Texas, officials said. (Don Wallace/The Herald-Banner via AP)Police said there is no longer an active threat on campus. Classes have been canceled through Wednesday.Some students are calling for the university to enact more safety precautions, including restricting public access to campus. Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh diagnosed with advanced lung cancerConservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh announced Monday he has been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer, according to Fox News. Limbaugh said the cancer will keep him off air on certain days he has treatment but that his job has been the source of great “satisfaction and happiness” in his life.“My intention is to come here every day I can and do this program as normally and competently and expertly as I do each and every day,” he said. This Jan. 13, 2009 file photo shows conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh talks with former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, left, in the East Room of the White House in Washington. Limbaugh says he’s been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. Addressing listeners on his program Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, he said he will take some days off for further medical tests and to determine treatment. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)President Trump will deliver the State of the Union address tonight amid impeachment trialPresident Trump will deliver the State of the Union address Tuesday night, the day before the Senate will hold the final vote on his impeachment trial, according to CBS News.This event marks the second time in history a president will deliver this speech while undergoing an impeachment trial; former President Clinton was the first president to do so in 1999.The State of the Union address is mandated under Article II of the Constitution, requiring the president to “give to Congress information of the State of the Union and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.”UNITED STATES – FEBRUARY 04: Crews set up lighting in Statuary Hall for the television positions in advance of President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, February 4, 2020. 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Though it took a far longer and far more difficult path to this point, and would not be on home ice, the Skaneateles girls hockey team still found itself playing for another Section III championship.It came down to the no. 3 seed Lakers defending its title against top seed Clinton Thursday night at Cicero Twin Rinks.And while Sknaeateles finally broke a long shutout streak by the Warriors, it could not keep Clinton from breaking through for its first-ever sectional title, prevailing 4-1 to avenge losses to the Lakers in the 2018 and 2019 finals. Tags: girls hockeyskaneateles Rebecca Cain and Rachelle Cain both picked up assists, too, and though Shea Baker scored for Ithaca, Evie Sheridan, accustomed to post-season pressure, turned everything else back, finishing with 19 saves.In the other semifinal, Clinton blanked Oswego 2-0, setting up the title clash as the Warriors entered the night unbeaten in 11 straight games.Skaneateles knew that pulling off this win would require a big turnaround from their two earlier encounters in January, where Clinton had twice shut out the Lakers by margins of 4-0 and 3-0.Applying pressure from the outset, the Warriors got an early power play that Skanetaeles killed off thanks to a pair of Sheridan stops.But at the eight-minute mark of the first period Mia Lopata won a face-off and passed it to Drew Kopek, who alone in front of the net beat Sheridan to put Clinton in front.Far more important was Ella Greico tipping in Hailey Kwiatkowski’s shot from the right circle with 1:33 left in the period.That, along with the Warriors killing off a five-on-three Lakers advantage early in the second period, proved a turning point, Clinton extending its margin to 3-0 when Lopata scored at the 10:01 mark.It wasn’t until the Lakers’ fifth power play with 3:59 left in regulation that it finally got a goal against the Warriors, scored by Rebecca Cain off a feed from Torrey, but Greico sealed it with an empty-netter in the final minute.Overall, Sheridan had 27 saves and was named a first-team All-League selection in goal, with Torrey earning second-team honors as Lopata was chosen as the league’s Player of the Year.Skaneateles finished at 6-8-1, but with just one senior on its roster it should be poised for another championship run in 2020-21.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Just getting here, though, required Skaneateles to go on the road in last Tuesday night’s semifinal round and take out no. 2 seed Ithaca – which the Lakers did, defeating the Little Red 3-1.During their regular-season meetings, Skaneateles had tied Ithaca 1-1 on Dec. 20 and then beat them 2-1 on Jan. 16, less than two weeks before the playoff encounter.Here, the Lakers were more productive, with Adriana Barbuto getting one goal and one assist as Lizzy Sachar and Campbell Torrey also found the net.