FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Governor Bill Walker has wasted little time in announcing his new Attorney General, after AG Craig Richards resigned suddenly last Thursday. The Governor says he got to know Lindemuth during her application for a seat on the Alaska Supreme Court. Walker made the announcement Tuesday, citing Lindemuth’s “strong work ethic, professional demeanor, and compassion for Alaskans.” Lindemuth: “It really comes down to providing the best legal advice to the state that I can, and the way that I approach this is the state is my new client and I’m its lawyer and I have a great legal team behind me, and I will consult with the Governor and any other officials in the state that would be appropriate on particular issues or goals that they have and give my legal advice on that and let them make the final call.” Lindemuth will begin in early August. Lindemuth is the second woman to be appointed to the post. She is a partner at Anchorage law firm Dorsey & Whitney, and was known for her pro bono work in the Fairbanks Four case last year.
Both occupants of the vehicle were transported to Wildwood Pretrial Facility. Kenai Police Lt. Ben Langham: “As a result of the traffic stop the occupants of the vehicle Kami N. Wright, age 28 of Kenai, and Sheridan L. Olson, age 27 of Kenai were arrested for vehicle theft in the first degree.” For the full story: According to Lt. Langham the vehicle was returned to the owners, and current investigation is still ongoing. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享At 4:10am, on August 22, Kenai Police conducted a traffic stop on the Kenai Spur Highway near TinkerLane. Initial investigation during the traffic stop revealed the vehicle, a 1990 black Ford Bronco, to be stolen.
Visibility hazards are further compounded when accumulating snow forces moose into lowland areas, often around highway corridors where travel is easier and food sources more exposed. The combination can be deadly for moose and motorists alike when vehicles traveling at normalhighway speeds collide with the animals that may weigh between 500 and 1,000 pounds. Motorists involved in or who witness moose-vehicle collisions should contact Alaska State Troopers. Injured moose should be reported to the nearest Department of Fish and Game office during normal business hours. We’ve previously spoken to Fish and Game Area management Biologist Larry Lewis: “It may seem obvious, but leave a little be earlier and slowing down a little bit in the morning and when we come home at night, because now we’re going to be getting into the peak time of the year when we generally have more vehicular collisions with wildlife. That’s directly correlated with the amount of daylight we have going to work and coming home.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Motorists on the Kenai Peninsula are urged to use extra caution this time of year when traveling roadways where moose are common.
Harbour View FC general manager Clyde Jureidini has high hopes of midfielder Timar Lewis, doing well on his two-week trial at New York Red Bulls II in the United Soccer League.Lewis, 20 years old, was spotted by Red Bulls director of scouting & head scout, Benjamin Ehresmann, who recently visited the island to watch Portmore United’s central midfielder, Chavany Willis. However, Lewis caught his eye during Harbour View’s Red Stripe Premier League fixture against Waterhouse FC. Lewis was then offered the trial, and Jureidini says he has the talent and versatility to earn a deal with the Red Bull second tier team. “He has gotten an unexpected opportunity, and naturally he is elated,” Jureidini said. “He came to us in preseason from Sandals South Coast through Aaron Lawrence, came on a trial and did well enough to stay with us, and we wish him the best.“He is a left-footed midfielder who has been playing both in the defence at left back and on the left side of midfield, and he is learning the roles. But in his last six or seven games, he has played in a more advance attacking role on the right as an inverted winger. He scored against Montego Bay in one game and has done well, and since Fabian Taylor has taken over, he has played more in that attacking role and has been doing well. That is the role he has been seen in, and that’s the role he has been invited to the trial for.”
The squiggle part of Mind’s logo will be joined into the first letter of the player name – with the player’s name replacing the word Mind – in a unique design to celebrate Mind and the EFL’s new On Your Side partnership.The EFL and Mind hope that, by raising the visibility of mental health problems in football, they can be game changers. They want fans to know that, whether you feel overloaded, overwhelmed or burnt out, Mind and the EFL are On Your Side.With over 18 million fans attending EFL matches each season (and almost 42 million watching on TV), Mind and the EFL hope that the increased visibility of mental health at matches will promote awareness and understanding among new audiences.Through the partnership Mind will also be working directly with EFL football clubs and their Community Trusts to improve mental health support within the clubs and their wider communities.Mind was chosen to become the EFL’s Official Charity Partner from the start of the 2018/19 season for two years. The partnership will look to focus on the following areas:Raising awareness about mental health with fans, clubs and staffRaising funds to deliver life-changing supportImproving the approach to mental health in the EFL, in football and in wider societyVisit mind.org.uk/football for more information.
The third annual Campbell County Children’s Center Dinner again topped the previous year’s event.The center’s summer fundraiser was quite a success last night at the Ball Farm Event Center. Maggie Inscho with the CCCC tells us that more than 200 folks attended Tuesday night’s event, and that 85 silent auction items and 25 live auction items were a large part of the fundraiser.TOP PHOTO: Here are some of the members and volunteers with the Campbell County Children’s CenterSEE all of Charlie Hutson’s photos HERE from Tuesday night’s CCCC event. Mark and Sheila Rickard were honored for their dedication, commitment and service to the CC Children’s Center.Bill Ball and his grandson Brody take it all in at last night’s dinnerIn case you were not able to participate, you can still send a donation to the Campbell County Children’s Center. The mailing address is 203 Independence Lane, La Follette, Tennessee 37766. You can also donate by participating in District Attorney General Jared Effler’s third annual Sporting Clays Tournament. The tourney is Friday, September 28, and you can get a registration form at email@example.com. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/25/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
Fulham made a losing start to life in the Championship, going down 2-1 against Ipswich. Here’s how we rated the players in their defeat at Portman Road. Jesse Joronen: 6Understandably looked jittery. The young keeper was left exposed for both Ipswich goals. Before those he produced a couple of early saves, including a fine tip over from Christophe Berra’s header.Tim Hoogland: 7Luck went the new signing’s way when his shot deflected in, but he probably deserved some good fortune after some tireless running on the right-hand side. Will need to improve defensively but offers a very useful attacking outlet.AdChoices广告Shaun Hutchinson: 5A debut to forget for the centre-back, who was at fault for both Ipswich goals before being taken off. He was caught out for the opener by Daryl Murphy, who got the better of him in the build-up to the second.Hutchinson endured a difficult introduction to the ChampionshipNikolay Bodurov: 5A difficult debut for the Bulgarian, who will need to adapt quickly to the pace and intensity of Championship football. Dragged out of position too often.Konstantinos Stafylidis: 8Looked defensively more solid than Hoogland and has plenty of ability going forward. He was unlucky with a long-range effort in the second half. An impressive and encouraging display.Cameron Burgess: 6Given the job of protecting the back four and showed some potential, but found the going tough once Ipswich began to get on top.Burgess was given a key defensive role in midfieldScott Parker: 6Very effective in some ways and totally ineffective in others. Had a good spell in the second half and was neat and tidy with the ball. Fulham’s lack of ‘legs’ in midfield has to be a concern, however, and the ease with which Ipswich played their way through the centre of the field at times was ominous.Emerson Hyndman: 6Worked hard but also had problems in midfield, especially during a tough spell in the first half.Chris David: 7Showed a lack of composure, twice missing the target when found in space, but got into some good positions and looked lively before going off at half-time.David was a threat to Ipswich while he was involvedMoussa Dembele: 5Has plenty of ability, skill and a physical presence, but the youngster had a poor game – summed up by a bad miss in the first half.Ross McCormack: 5Struggled to make an impact on his debut following his big-money move and was taken off before the hour mark. Looked short of fitness.Thomas Eisfeld: 7Came on for the second half and showed some good movement. Was involved in creating a late chance for Patrick Roberts.Cauley Woodrow: 7Also showed good movement and gave Fulham an added threat when he came on for McCormack. Could be an important player for the Whites this season.Patrick Roberts: 7A lovely cameo from the 17-year-old. Oozes class and was unlucky with a deflected effort as Fulham pushed for an equaliser in the closing stages.Fulham man of the match: StafylidisFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
In August, L’Equipe reported that Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have ‘shown interest’ in Eduardo Camavinga and it was also explained two north London clubs are likely to return for him in 2020. Sport now claims the Rennes teenage sensation, who has ‘undoubtedly been one of the great attractions of Ligue 1’, is on Barcelona’s radar.Quique Setién’s side are aware the midfielder’s asking price would be high because he’s popular in the Premier League.It’s claimed Tottenham are ‘interested’ in acquiring the France U21 international’s services.Rennes have warned they’ll be ‘inflexible’ while negotiating for their star player and the suggestion is his side wouldn’t let him leave for less than €50m. The English clubs can afford to pay Camavinga’s asking price.Barcelona have already made contacts with Camavinga’s environment, and Liverpool are also in the picture, so this wouldn’t be an easy battle for Tottenham.Although Camavinga is happy with the La Liga winners’ interest, his camp wants to listen to offers made by all clubs. by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoGrepolis – Online Free GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this Game! Already 35 Million PlayersGrepolis – Online Free GameUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥Undo
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Coach Floyd Reifer has praised the “all-round skills and thought processes” of the CWI President’s XI following their clinical performance against Ireland in the warm up match Saturday. The West Indies reserves easily chased down 276 to beat the visitors by three wickets with 20 balls to spare, on a surface that presented no demons at 3W’s Oval, UWI Cave Hill Campus.“We demonstrated very good skills and the thought processes in both innings showed that we knew what we were about, so the results was a good reward for the effort,” Reifer said afterwards.“In the first innings, we pulled them back quite a bit. At one stage it looked like they could get 300-plus, but we executed the bowling plans better in the back half of the innings and that left us chasing 5.5 per over rather than over six runs per over.” Opener Garety Delany top-scored with 60 while Kevin O’Brien got 43 and captain Andrew Balbirnie chipped in with 40, as left-arm spinner Yannick Ottley (3-46) and fast bowler (2-40) spearheaded the President’s XI attack.In the second half of the match, the home side strolled to victory thanks mainly to a 61-run, fourth-wicket stand between captain Darren Bravo and all-rounder Justin Greaves, both of whom made 70.Bravo’s effort came off 62 balls with six sixes and a four while Greaves also scored at better than a run a ball, with his knock requiring 67 balls with eight boundaries and two sixes. “We saw some brilliant batting throughout …. excellent partnerships and very good rotation of the strike and running between the wickets,” Reifer explained.“Bravo showed what he’s capable of with some really good shots. He timed the run chase to perfection. Greaves continues to grow and mature and this innings will do him the world of good. “He played well on both sides of the wicket and kept the tempo going. He hit the gaps and was able to find the boundaries when the bad balls were presented.” The match was Ireland’s final warm-up before the first One-Day International of the three-match series against West Indies bowls off at Kensington Oval tomorrow.