Fireworks are banned within Fort St. John city limits for a variety of safety reasons.Noting fireworks can cause damage to property, start fires and cause serious injury, police also raised concerns which go to those who hear them.They acknowledge that it is often hard to differentiate the sound of fireworks from gunshots, but emphasized when it doubt, residents should call 911 and allow police to make the determination.- Advertisement -The fine attached to the discharge of fireworks in Fort St. John city is $100.00.
In theory, a bullpen featuring Blake Treinen, Lou Trivino and Liam Hendriks (the current iteration) is one of the best in baseball.Add Jake Diekman — which the Oakland A’s did Saturday morning in a trade with the Kansas City Royals — and that bullpen transforms into a behemoth.Right now, this untouchable bullpen is just a barely tangible concept. Off his injury Treinen is still struggling with his command and Trivino is just finding his footing as the stable late-inning force he was not long …
Two-day strike in Bicol fails to cripple transport Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess NLEX and Gilas head coach Yeng Guiao. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netMANILA, Philippines—Call it twin magic or just simple missed identity, but NLEX head coach Yeng Guiao had one of the most interesting moments during the Road Warriors’ 102-87 loss to TNT in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup.Guiao was seen getting into a verbal spat, which is typical for the fiery tactician, with one of the Semerad twins after NLEX center Poy Erram complained that one of the brothers twisted his arm in a rebounding battle with mere seconds left in the game.ADVERTISEMENT Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew ‘Unprepared’ Tokyo 2020 boxing boss vows to put athletes first Catholic schools seek legislated pay hike, too MOST READ ‘Rebel attack’ no cause for concern-PNP, AFP LATEST STORIES View comments Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess Anthony, who could only shrug off the incident, said that everything was good after the conversation and that it was his brother David, not him, who got tangled up with Erram.READ: PBA: Monster effort from Jones lifts TNT past NLEX for 1st winGuiao, who eventually knew after the game which Semerad was the culprit, could only smile about his mistake.“I don’t care which twin that was, he can just tell his brother about it,” said Guiao with a slight laugh. “I don’t care if I mistook one from another, they know who did it.”ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Guiao proceeded to scold Anthony Semerad, but there was one problem—he was talking to the wrong Semerad.READ: TNT reinforcement Terrence Jones magnifies NLEX’s import woes FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics“I didn’t necessarily fight him, I just gave him a stern talking because Poy complained to me that when the game was ultimately decided one of the Semerads were still twisting his arm,” said Guiao Wednesday at Ynares Center in Antipolo.“So I told the twin ‘that’s not necessary’ because the game was already won. There was no need to be rough or rugged, Poy was complaining, I just needed to get the message across.”
New Delhi, Nov 24 (IANS) He opted for outfits made by designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Rohit Bal for his wedding with actress Deepika Padukone and Bengaluru reception respectively. And for a grand dinner hosted by his sister to celebrate the nuptials, actor Ranveer Singh chose an outfit designed by ace designer Manish Arora.Ranveer complemented the outfit with jewellery from Amrapali Jaipur for the dinner, said a statement.Arora says Ranveer’s energy and vibrant personality adds a charm to any outfit.”It’s overwhelming to see his love for my designs; the garment is a special one which is reimagined from one of my outfits at Burning Man. The outfit has intricate embellishments and our signature pink fluoro and heart motifs. I can’t wait to see him torching the dance floor in my outfit,” Arora told IANS.The actor sported an anti-fit, long silk jacket with intricate handcrafted embellishments added with the designer’s signature heart motifs and ostentatious pink.The outfit was paired with pink tinge sunglasses and heavy fine jewellery from Amrapali Jaipur. He sported a multi-layered pearl and diamond necklace in one and a multi layered pearl and polki necklace with an emerald in the centre, attached with the brand’s signature cut rubies.An assortment of Victorian rings with emeralds, rubies, diamonds and polkis completed his look.From being spotted at Arora’s show last year to occasionally wearing his designs, Ranveer has been the designer’s fan since long.Known for his eclectic and outrageous designs, the actor is the only male for whom Arora has designed menswear in Bollywood.Deepika and Ranveer had a two-day wedding affair, starting November 14 at picturesque Lake Como in Italy.–IANSnv/sim/rb/prsadvertisement
Kingston 11 January 2019 – The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange has expressed sadness at the passing of the Political Historian and Analyst, Troy Caine.Mr Caine was a member of the Board of Management of the National Library of Jamaica, an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, at the time of his passing.In her tribute, Minister Grange reflected on Mr Caine’s “invaluable contribution to the National Library” where he also served as member of the Finance and Poet Laureate committees.Minister Grange said:“Our work, not only at the National Library but right across the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport benefited tremendously from Troy’s analytical mind and his sense of and understanding of history.“Troy was an authority on history, particularly our political history. We relied on him for accurate information on political engagement and he never disappointed. I marvelled at his ability to recall facts and figures and to provide context at a moment’s notice. He also made significant contributions in the areas of culture, literature and journalism.“Jamaica loses an outstanding son with the passing of Troy Caine.“I extend sincerest condolences to his family and hope that they will find comfort in knowing that he served his country well through his many contributions.” Kingston 11 January 2019 – The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange has expressed sadness at the passing of the Political Historian and Analyst, Troy Caine. Story Highlights In her tribute, Minister Grange reflected on Mr Caine’s “invaluable contribution to the National Library” where he also served as member of the Finance and Poet Laureate committees. Mr Caine was a member of the Board of Management of the National Library of Jamaica, an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, at the time of his passing.
HEARST, Ont. – A Northern Ontario First Nation is dealing with the death of another child, the second in less than a month.Ontario Provincial Police say they were called early Saturday morning to assist emergency responders with a three-year-old child in medical distress at the Constance Lake First Nation near Hearst, Ont.The little girl was taken to hospital where she was pronounced dead.An autopsy is to be performed on Monday and the OPP’s Criminal Investigation Branch is assisting with the investigation.The little girl’s death comes three weeks after a four-year-girl died on First Nation territory.An autopsy failed to determine the cause of death in that case and further testing was being done.A police news release on Saturday did not say whether or not there is a link between the two deaths.
APTN National NewsST. THERESA POINT, Man.–A band constable in a northern Manitoba community is being hailed a hero after pulling a 16-month girl from a deadly house fire that killed a two-month old infant.RCMP spokeswoman Sgt. Line Karpish said band constable Timothy Mason pushed his way in through a bedroom window to rescue one of two girls trapped in the bedroom of a house on St. Theresa Point First Nation, Man.Mason, whose clothes caught fire, then tried to rescue the second, younger child but was pushed back by the flames, said Karpish.“He went out and got the chainsaw and poked a hole through the house and was able to get the two-month-old infant that was still in the home,” said Karpish.The two-month-old child, however, died from smoke inhalation. The 16-month-old girl was flown to Winnipeg for treatement.Karpish said Mason was “heroic” in his efforts.“That he managed to be that quick, to be able to get in, reach out to those two children, is nothing short of heroic, in our view,” said Karpish.Karpish said the RCMP is working on recognizing Mason for his bravery.Four older children in the house escaped the blaze, said Karpish.The fire started while a lone adult, who was taking care of the children, was at a next door neighbour’s house, police said.The cause of the fire is still under investigation.St. Theresa Point, a community of about 3,000 people, sits about 500 kilometres north of Winnipeg. It’s an impoverished community accessible only by air and ice road in winter. Many houses there, including the one that burned, have no running water.Band Chief David McDougall said the reserve’s fire department never responded to the fire.“People were using snow to try and put out the fire,” he said.
Hot Takedown More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS If you’re a fan of our podcasts, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating/review. That helps spread the word to other listeners. And get in touch by email, on Twitter or in the comments. Tell us what you think, send us hot takes to discuss and tell us why we’re wrong. Welcome to the latest episode of Hot Takedown, FiveThirtyEight’s sports podcast. This week’s show (March 11, 2016) was recorded in front of a live audience at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Neil Paine donned his Stat Man cape once again to lead a lesson about whether box score statistics in the NBA are outdated. Shane Battier, former NBA player and Duke legend, stopped by to talk about March Madness, how he picks a bracket, and why Duke players weren’t obsessed over what seed the team was assigned in the tournament when he was in school. Then we talked to Daryl Morey, the general manager of the Houston Rockets, about whether the Rockets’ struggles this season have pushed him to re-evaluate his team-building strategy. Plus, a significant digit on 17-year-old Mallory Pugh, who is emerging as a star for the U.S. Women’s National Team.Stream the episode by clicking the play button above, or subscribe using one of the podcast clients we’ve linked to.
Swansea City has agreed to personal terms and a compensation package with Ostersund FK boss Graham Potter, a move that draws them closer to confirming Potter as their new manager. The club have agreed on terms which include Potter bringing his assistant Billy Reid.The move will be finalized next week in Swansea, according to BBC.Swansea have been in search of a new manager since Carlos Carvalhal left following Premier League relegation. The deal also sees Ostersund recruitment analyst Kyle Macaulay move to south Wales.The 43-year-old Potter led Ostersund from the regional tiers in Sweden to the top-flight Allsvenskan with three promotions, winning the Swedish Cup along the way.Potter’s style since he arrived in January 2011 shows the manner in which his new club once shined in English football.Report: Sanches is on a collision course with Bayern chief George Patchias – August 21, 2019 Renato Sanches is apparently on a collision course with Bayern Munich chief after recent comments.According to beIN sports network, Renato Sanches has publicly criticised…They have been described as producing expansive, possession-based football with a tactical flexibility.A statement from the Swedish club said:“The club wants to congratulate all three as they face new challenges.“Because I knew how Swansea worked more than 10 years ago, I felt that such a project was intended for Graham.”
Pundit Graeme Souness has blasted referee Anthony Taylor for not sending off Watford’s Etienne Capoue for a challenge on Wilfried Zaha.Etienne Capoue was shown only a yellow card for a dangerous tackle on Wilfried Zaha, however, Souness disagreed with the referee’s decision and also hit out at the Watford player.“He (Capoue) set out to nail Zaha,” Souness told Sky Sports.“Just look where the referee is. What is he, three, four yards away from it? For the life of me, how does the referee not see that as a red card?“It tells me one of two things: he’s completely bottled it, or he doesn’t understand football.How Joe Ward thanks his faith for his football Manuel R. Medina – September 13, 2019 Crystal Palace defender, Joel Ward, has thanked his Christian faith for helping him play football professionally and he explains why.“He (Capoue) is trying to hurt him badly. When you damage your Achilles tendon badly, which there was a real danger of happening there, you’re never the same player again.“The referee, for me… I find it so frustrating. You can’t just say he got it wrong. It’s not as if he has got an obscured view. It’s not as if it could be or might be a red card.“That is 100 per cent a red card. There’s leaving a bit on someone, and there’s real malice in that, trying to injure him for a long, long time.”Fellow pundits Jamie Redknapp and Alan Smith both agreed with Souness that Capoue should have been sent off for that challenge.