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WNBA set for wild dash to regular season finish

first_imgCALLING IT A CAREERLynx star Lindsay Whalen announced Monday that she was retiring at the end of Minnesota season after playing 15 years in the WNBA. While most people relax when they retire, Whalen already has a job at her alma mater Minnesota as the women’s basketball team’s head coach. Her final two regular season games have special meaning to Whalen. She plays at Connecticut, where she was drafted in 2004 with the No. 4 pick and played the first six years of her career, and against Washington and coach Mike Thibault. Thibault coached her with the Sun and his daughter is one of Whalen’s top assistants at Minnesota.CHANGE IN LEADERSHIPThe Wings relieved coach Fred Williams of his coaching duties after a loss in Washington on Sunday. The 61-year-old Williams was close to the end of his fifth season with the franchise. The first two years were with the Tulsa Shock before the club moved to the Dallas area and was renamed the Wings.GAME OF THE WEEKLas Vegas at Dallas, Friday. The Wings already hold the tiebreaker, winning the first three games of the series. The Aces hope this game will have some meaning in their quest for a playoff spot.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew POWER POLL: A look at this week’s WNBA poll which Seattle still sits atop :1. Seattle (24-8): One more win or Atlanta loss would clinch the No. 1 seed for the Storm and give coach Dan Hughes a chance to rest players in the final game.2. Atlanta (22-10): Lost Angel McCoughtry for the season with a knee injury. Need a win or Washington loss to clinch a bye to semis.3. Washington (20-11): Have won six straight to vault into a prime spot for a first-round bye.4. Phoenix (18-14): Is used to being on the road in the playoffs for the first couple of rounds. Mercury wouldn’t mind having a home game for a change.ADVERTISEMENT In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Peza offers relief to ecozone firms MOST READ About the only thing that has been decided when it comes to the postseason is Seattle will have a bye to the semifinals. Atlanta is close to wrapping up a top two seed, but finishes the season with two more games on the road. Washington, Connecticut, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Minnesota are all jockeying for a first-round bye.Dallas is fading fast, only leading Las Vegas by a game for the final playoff spot.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’It also has been a busy week off the court with Dallas firing coach Fred Williams after a loss in Washington and Lindsay Whalen announcing her retirement at the end of the seasonThe WNBA playoffs begin a week from Tuesday.center_img 5. Connecticut (18-13): Have a three-game homestand to finish the regular season with matchups against the Wings, Lynx and Sparks. Sun can assure themselves of a playoff home game with wins in all three.6. Los Angeles (18-13): A disappointing road trip left the Sparks on the outside of a first-round bye. Doesn’t get easier with road games at Washington and Connecticut.7. Minnesota (17-14): Lost Danielle Robinson to season-ending ankle surgery. Need to find a way to not play in the first round.8. Las Vegas (13-18): End the season with games against New York, Dallas and Atlanta. The forfeit to Washington might loom big in their playoff hunt.9. Dallas (14-17): Have lost eight straight and changed coaches promoting assistant Taj McWilliams-Franklin to interim head coach.10. Chicago (11-20): Courtney Vandersloot is averaging a career-best 8.6 assists this season. She needs five assists to break Ticha Penichero’s single-season record of 236.1. New York (7-23): Finished last season with a 10-game winning streak and are trying to avoid ending this one with a 13-game skid.12. Indiana (5-26): Kelsey Mitchell and Victoria Vivians combined to set rookie record for 3-pointers made in a season with 127 so far.PLAYER OF THE WEEKElena Delle Donne averaged 27.7 points, 5.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists to help Washington go 3-0 this week. Candace Parker of Los Angeles also received votes. File-This June 15, 2018, file photo shows Seattle Storm’s Alysha Clark, left, Natasha Howard, Sue Bird (10) and Breanna Stewart coming off the bench to greet teammates during a timeout in the first half of a WNBA basketball game against the Connecticut Sun in Seattle. About the only thing that has been decided when it comes to the postseason is Seattle will have a bye to the semifinals. Atlanta is close to wrapping up a top two seed, but finishes the season with two more games on the road. Washington, Connecticut, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Minnesota are all jockeying for a first-round bye. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)NEW YORK — The WNBA’s final week of the regular season is shaping up to be a wild dash to the finish.Playoff seeding and the final playoff spot are still up for grab.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Tiger Woods juices ratings for PGA championship View commentslast_img read more

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‘Devotion to Country Will Be His Legacy’

first_imgDr. Emmanuel Dolo, in a touching tribute to his departed, lifelong friend and compatriot, Theo Bettie, said many great things about the fallen Deputy Central Bank Executive Governor.He loved people.  He was a true and devoted friend, a family man, who loved his wife and daughter.  He was highly intelligent and a great scholar.  So good was he at school that he taught Statistics and Econometrics, two highly mathematical subjects, to seniors at the University of Liberia.That led him to the prestigious Yale University, where he studied under a Fulbright fellowship, earning the Master’s degree in Economics.Like the man under whom he  would serve as second in command, Central Bank Executive Governor J. Mills Jones, Bettie did not waste time in America.  Dr. Jones returned home the day after he received his PhD.  Bettie, too, quickly returned home with his M.Sc. from Yale and found employment with the CBL, rising to the position of Deputy Executive Governor. Mr. Bettie was the driving force behind Governor Jones’ vision of the CBL’s stimulus package that has significantly   impacted the Liberian economy.  This package gives loans to small and medium size Liberian businesses, extends loans to the agriculture sector and provided US$10 million for Liberians to secure mortgages to build their own homes.Mr. Bettie also played a key role in creating the CBL’s Treasury Unit, responsible for developing and implementing the Bank’s investment policies.He was participating last week in the Bi-annual Conference of the West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management (WAIFEM) in Lagos, Nigeria, when suddenly he took ill and shortly thereafter, died.This sad event plunged the Liberian nation, in particular the CBL, into a quandary (great difficulty), having unexpectedly lost so talented, so decent, so committed and so exemplary a public servant. But these glowing qualities ascribed to Theo Bettie were not all.  Dolo topped them all with one more: “Bettie’s legacy will be his devotion to his country.”Except for devotion to God, no higher accolade can ever be paid to an individual.  The great American anthem, “America the Beautiful,” made a scintillating (shining) reference to that nation’s Founding Fathers: “who more than self their country loved.”  This implies that they loved not only their country, but their people, too, for what is a country without its people?The word devotion carries with it several powerful synonyms: loyalty, fidelity, faithfulness, affection, care, dedication.  Some members of the Daily Observer family recently visited a certain part of Liberia and were privately told that a certain foreign ethnic group “is buying up all the land here. They marry our girls, who are stricken with poverty, and tell them there is no worry about religion. Then many children are produced and that is when the religion matters.  ‘The children have to follow our religion,’ the husbands tell their Christian wives; ‘and if you don’t want it, you can go.’” Meanwhile, the foreign ethnic group has bought up a lot of land through their wives. It is too late to do anything about that. And where are the highly educated, well to do sons and daughters from that part of Liberia?  In Monrovia or in the United States, totally oblivious to their homeland, their birthright, and what is happening to it.  By the time they return, Heaven knows when, their birthright would have been swallowed up by foreigners, lost probably forever.Is that love of or devotion to, country or birthright?    One Liberian intellectual, when told of this scenario, replied,  “That is what is happening all over Liberia.”What this suggests is that we have in this country, nationals who neither love nor care about their own country.  There are, on the other hand,  however, lots of foreigners who are reaping the wealth and privileges they are taking from Liberia.  Many of these foreigners were born here and have lived here for over 50 years and are determined to make Liberia their permanent home!  They are leasing land for 60 years or more and building helter-skelter, determined to make Liberians tenants in their own towns.The great American poet, J. G. Holland, in his immortal poem, “God Give Us Men,” appeals to the Creator to give the country men who possess“Strong minds, great hearts, true faith, and ready hands;Men whom the lust of office does not kill;Men whom the spoils of office cannot buy . . .For while the rabble, with their thumb worn creeds,Their large professions and their little deeds,Mingle in selfish strife, Lo! Freedom weeps,Wrong rules the land and waiting justice sleeps.”Heaven knows we need more Theo Betties in Liberia, men—and women—who truly love their country and people and will do everything in their supreme interest to make Liberia a country owned and run by Liberians!May God send us more men and women like Theo Bettie! Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Ellen Pumps US$50K for Nagbe Pro-Temp Bid?

first_imgCredible sources close to the Capitol Building and the Executive Mansion have disclosed the alleged interference of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in the election of the President Pro-Tempore of the Senate.The Liberian Senate is poised to elect a Pro-Temp to complete the unexpired tenure of Grand Bassa County Senator Gbehzohngar M. Findley, who lost last December 20 Special Senatorial Election.  The new Pro-Temp will end former Senator Findley’s mandate of only three more years and then the Senate will head again for fresh elections for a new Pro Temp.According to our sources, President Sirleaf has dished out an initial US$50,000 in order to have a say in who is elected to the post.It was revealed that the amount was released to an influential and outgoing senator in order to rally support for the candidacy of Senator Joseph Nagbe of Sinoe County.Senator Nagbe, who comes from the Alliance for Peace and Democracy (APD), an opposing political party to the President’s Unity Party, announced his intension to contest for the position, a pronouncement that has generated huge support from the Presidency, sources said.“As she did in the case of the [immediate] former Pro-Temp’s election which enabled her to ‘remote control’ the Senate,” observed our sources,  “Madam Sirleaf is now treading a path in which she’s using money, the clergy, cabinet ministers from a particular region, to influence individual senator’s votes to elect Nagbe as Pro-Temp.”Our sources further stated that the President has allegedly instructed a few influential outgoing senators from the Southeastern region, among others, to rally the required votes to ensure that Nagbe is elected before their retirement from the Senate.“The thing is clear by the physical appearances of these influential senators on the grounds of the Capitol Building every day. Even though they are now out of the Legislature, they keep visiting the Capitol Building regularly and holding meetings with their remaining colleagues,” our sources reported.The intent is to have a Senate that she can either work with or control relative to legislative governance as was done in the case of Findley.When contacted, Presidential Press Secretary Jerolinmek M. Piah responded: “Rubish and nonsense,” meaning that the whole allegation has no iota of truth.Meanwhile, over 18 senators, both old and new, yesterday gathered for a feast on Cooper’s Farm, on the outskirts of Kakata City, Margibi County.The purpose was to form acquaintances as the Legislature is set to return on Monday, January 12, 2015 as required by the 1986 Liberian Constitution.A cow was slaughtered for the meal by the host, Senator Oscar Cooper, who used the occasion to officially announce to his colleagues his intention to vie for the Pro-Temp post.According to Sen. Cooper, his Unity Party has endorsed him for the top seat and all he needed was the blessing of his colleagues and his fellow partisan, the Chief Executive.Sources hinted that other senators from the Southeastern Region who support Nagbe, declined to join the party in Kakata, a move they considered a “betrayal to Nagbe.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Local media lament lack of access to information

first_img… calls made for President to host press conferencesJournalists have complained of experiencing “great difficulty” in accessing information from functionaries of the Government.Although Guyana has laws that guarantee access to information, media outlets still struggle when they hunt for data to build their stories, especially when requests are made to Government ministers.They deem this humbug an obstacle which hampers their work to a high degree and opens doors to rumours and inaccurate reporting.Members of the local media corps who gathered at Moray House Trust on World Press Freedom Day to discuss challenges they face had this as a general complaint.Media practitioner Julia Johnson was one of the first persons to point out that many Government officials operate at though they are not required to speak to the media. She drew reference to several instances in which, working with a deadline, she had requested information from some officials, but the information was never forthcoming. “We would like to have the information exclusively and in a timely manner, but instead that information would come by way of a press release to the general media corps maybe the next day,” she lamented.Other journalists have said that in some cases, Government officials would prefer to deal with certain media outlets and maybe with specific journalists. When they give information, they think they are doing journalists a special favour, although it is a legal right to access information of interest to the public.Journalist Derwayne Wills raised concerns about President David Granger’s refusal to hold regular press conferences, to allow the media to ask tough questions on behalf of citizens.Wills argued that the weekly programme dubbed “Public Interest” is not a press conference, especially since the time is too limited and the questions are vetted by a moderator.Apparently peeved, Wills told the gathering that it is also difficult to get onto the programme, and there was general consensus among media practitioners that confirmed his statement.“There is a huge wedge between the media and the presidency,” he opined.University lecturer Dr Joyce Jonas, who also addressed the meeting, emphasised the need for more objective reporting, and called for more critical thinkers in the local media corps.“The local media needs to stop being a fan club. They need to be more assertive and ask relevant and necessary questions. Enhanced investigative journalism must also be something to look at,” she said.The need for press freedom to be guaranteed in the country’s Constitution and ways in which the local media fraternity can be enhanced were also discussed at the forum.Executive Member of the Guyana Press Association (GPA), Nazima Raghubir, said her organisation would continue to lobby Government to address these issues and ensure they are placed in the law books.“We want to make sure that freedom of the press is explicitly stated in the Constitution,” Raghubir said.Dr Juan Miguel Diez, a representative from the United Nations (UN) Information Centre for the Caribbean, also attended the forum, and offered some advice to the local press corp. He said these times call for a more robust media, and he cited the many changes that has taken place over the years. He explained that the deadline for news now is “real time”.At the end of the forum, journalists, feeling more empowered, agreed that an unfettered media is the sine quo non to the enjoyment of freedom of expression.The forum was hosted by the GPA in partnership with the Commonwealth Youth Human Rights, Democracy Network, the Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network, and Moray House.World Press Freedom Day was celebrated under the theme: Critical Minds for Critical Times: Media’s Role in Advancing Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies.”last_img read more

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Bantam Flyers eliminated from provincials

first_imgThe Fort St. John Tier 2 Bantam Flyers have been eliminated from the Bantam Tier 2 Provincial Championship.Tuesday morning at 8 a.m., the Flyers played Prince George, with hopes of a victory in order to keep their championship run alive.- Advertisement -Unfortunately, they were unable to pull out a win, as Prince George beat the Flyers 7-2.Tuesday’s loss, combined with the Flyers 12-1 loss to Juan De Fuca on Sunday, ended their chances at earning a provincial championship.last_img

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Will this Brazilian be heading to Anfield or Old Trafford?

first_img Roberto Firmino in action for Brazil The bitter rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool continues as the Merseyside club are reportedly prepared to hijack a move from the Red Devils for Roberto Firmino.The Brazilian star, who currently plays for Hoffenheim, has taken the Bundesliga by storm this season and has attracted interested all across Europe.Manchester United are deemed favourites to sign the 23-year-old but, the Daily Mirror report, Liverpool are ready to make an improved offer for the midfielder.Twitter took the brunt of the reaction, with fans from both sides clashing and many Kop fans admitting defeat already. 1last_img

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Ancelotti to Liverpool link: Reds DENY contact with former Real Madrid boss

first_img1 Carlo Ancelotti with James Rodriguez Liverpool have rubbished reports claiming they have held talks with Carlo Ancelotti about replacing Brendan Rodgers.The Reds have failed to win any of their last five games and Rodgers is fast losing support among the Anfield faithful.A leading newspaper has claimed that owners Fenway Sports Group are already making plans for a managerial change and have sounded out Ancelotti about taking on the job.The former AC Milan, Chelsea and Real Madrid boss has been out of work since leaving the Bernabeu this summer and has previously spoken of his admiration for the Merseyside club.But Liverpool sources have moved to quash the speculation, with senior FSG figures understood to retain full faith in Rodgers.Rodgers spent £80m on new signings in the summer and they seem prepared to give him time to mould his new-look squad.last_img read more

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ANGLER JOE LANDS ANOTHER MONSTER FISH!

first_imgJOE NASH WITH HIS 14llb SPURDOGBy all accounts – including those about the ones that got away – retired fishing tackle dealer Joe Nash has something of a reputation for landing big fish.So it was no surprise to his friends when the Kilmacrennan man added to his long tally of saltwater fish records again last week when he landed a cracking 14 lbs Spurdog.He was on board the “Bonito” skippered by Trevor Ryder from Downings. The fish is a dogfish shark – the biggest ever caught in Ireland was off Kenmare in 1998, weighing in at 21lbs.Apparently they’re a favourite dish for the Spanish and French, who fry them in garlic butter! ANGLER JOE LANDS ANOTHER MONSTER FISH! was last modified: July 25th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ANGLER JOE LANDS ANOTHER MONSTER FISH!last_img read more

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Donegal Olympian visits Mulroy College

first_imgDonegal Olympian Brendan Boyce visited his former school Mulroy College to discuss his recent Olympic experience in Rio. Boyce performed superbly in Rio, and finished in the World’s Top 20 for the first time in his Olympic career finishing 19th overall.Boyce also featured at the London Olympic Games in 2012. Mulroy College students were privileged to have their local Olympian Brendan Boyce visit the school last week.Brendan spoke to the students about the hours of dedication and effort that went into the Olympic experience.He gave great encouragement to all to get out and get active, in conjunction with this,the school is participating in the European week of Sport, where activities will be held daily in soccer, basketball, walking, badminton. This will conclude with a 5km/10km walk run/walk on Saturday 17th Sept at 11am.The event on Saturday is open to the public and all are welcome.Brendan thanked the staff of Mulroy College for their continued support to him throughout his career.He talked about being in Mulroy College as a teenager where all his dreams began. As a school community we would like to wish him every success in China in the next few weeks where he will be competing again with fellow athletes Rob Heffernan and Alex WrightDonegal Olympian visits Mulroy College was last modified: September 9th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Brendan BoycedonegalMulroy CollegenewsOlympianSportlast_img read more

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