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Rodeo Former saddle bronc champ hopes for another San Antonio victory By Susan Kanode For the San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Feb. 14, 2015) --- Tyler Corrington from Hastings, Minn., had one of the Read more ... best seasons of his career in 2013 and winning the saddle bronc riding title at the San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo was a big part of that. Corrington distanced the rest of the saddle bronc riding field at Saturday night’s rodeo by six points with an 85-point ride on Calgary Stampede’s Tokoyo Bubbles. This was the first round of three rounds in the second bracket at the $1.65 million rodeo, so each contestant has three opportunities to cash in during preliminary competition. First place in each event in those preliminary rounds pays $2,281 and it was a happy Corrington that added that to his earnings. Every dollar is important here as that is how contestants advance to the semi-finals. There are 10 contestants in each event in five brackets. The top four money earners all advance to one of two semi-finals starting Feb. 24. The first bracket was completed at the Saturday matinee performance with a saddle bronc rider and bareback rider finishing in a tie for top money winners here so far. Austin Foss, a two-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR) qualifier from Terrebonne, Ore., earned $5,703 in bareback riding. Sterling Crawley also has been to Las Vegas twice to compete at rodeo’s championship event in saddle bronc riding. Crawley, from Stephenville, Texas won two of the preliminary rounds and finished third in another for a total of $5,703. Crawley broke his arm the first of January and prior to coming here, had just been on two bucking horses after recovering. The third bucking horse he got on took to a round win. Then he got to climb on the back of a saddle horse to make the coveted victory lap around the arena. Sarah Rose McDonald has taken the barrel racing world by storm after winning every round at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo earlier this month. The Brunswick, Ga., resident and 2014 Women’s Professional Rodeo Association Rookie of the Year moved to the top of the world standings with that win. Her momentum continued here with a win in the first round of the second bracket Saturday night. She and her horse Fame Fling and Bling, an eight-year-old mare she fondly calls Bling stopped the clock in 13.83 seconds, over a tenth of a second faster than the rest of the field. The second round of bracket 2 will be Sunday, Feb. 15 at 1 p.m. SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Feb.14, 2015) --- The following are results from the first performance of the San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo which features over $1.65 million in cash and prizes. BRACKET 1 – Matinee performance Bareback Riding: (third round) 1, (tie) Austin Foss, Terrebonne, Ore., on Beutler and Son Rodeo’s Movie Madness and Anthony Thomas, Kimberley, Australia, on Beutler and Son Rodeo’s Litle Jet, 81 points and $1,996 each. 3, (tie) Richmond Champion, The Woodlands, Texas, and Caine Riddle, Vernon, Texas, 77, $855. (semi-finals qualifiers) 1, Foss, $5,703. 2, Steven Dent, Mullen, Neb., $4,277. 3, Champion, $2,851. 4, Thomas, $1,996. Steer Wrestling: (third round) 1, Jake Rinehart, Highmore, S.D., 3.3 seconds, $2,281. 2, (tie) Trevor Knowles, Mount Vernon, Ore., and Sean Mulligan, Coleman, Okla., 3.7, $1,426 each. 4, Cole Edge, Durant, Okla., 4.0, $570. (semi-finals qualifiers) 1, Edge, $3,992. 2, Knowles, $3,136. 3, Mulligan, $2,566. 4, Rinehart, $2,281. Team Roping: (third round – two times) 1, Derrick Begay, Seba Dalkai, Ariz., and Clay O’Brien Cooper, Gardnerville, Texas, 4.8, $2,281. 2, Brandon Beers, Powell Butte, Ore., and Cody Doescher, Roosevelt, Utah, 11.3, $1,711. (semi-finals qualifiers) 1, Charly Crawford, Prineville, Ore., and Shay Carroll, La Junta, Colo., $3,992. 2, (tie) Begay and Cooper; and Brandon Beers, Powell Butte, Ore., and Cody Doescher, Roosevelt, Utah; $2,851 each. 4, Jake Stanley, Hermiston, Ore., and Russell Cardoza, Terrebonne, Ore., $2,281. Saddle Bronc Riding: (third round) 1, Sterling Crawley, Stephenville, Texas, 86 points on Beutler and Son Rodeo’s Killer Bee, $2,281. 2, Taos Muncy, Corona, N.M., 85, $2,281. 3, Dean Wadsworth, Ozona, Texas, $1,141. 4, Steven Dent, Mullen, Neb., 73, $570. (semi-finals qualifiers) 1, Crawley, $5,703. 2, Wadsworth, $4,562. 3, (tie) Tyrel Larsen, Inglis, Manitoba, and Taos Muncy, Corona, N.M., $2,281 each. Tie-Down Roping: (third round) 1, Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah, 7.0 seconds, $2,281. 2, Michael Otero, Lowndesboro, Ala., 7.4, $1,710. 3, Ryan Watkins, Bluff Dale, Texas, 8.0, $1,141. 4, Dane Kissack, Spearfish, S.D., 8.3, $570. (semi-finals qualifiers) 1, Watkins, $3,421. 2, (tie) Richard, Otero, and Monty Lewis, Hereford, Texas, $2,281 each. Women’s Barrel Race: (third round) 1, Kenna Squires, Fredonia, Texas, 13.98 seconds, $2,281. 2, Sarah Kieckhefer, Prescott, Ariz., 14.00, $1,711. 3, Britany Diaz, Solen, N.D., 14.01, $1,141. 4, (tie) Victoria Williams, Kiln, Miss., and Gretchen Benbenek, Aubrey, Texas, 14.02, $285 each. (semi-finals qualifiers) 1, Williams, $4,847. 2, Squires, $4,562. 3, Kieckhefer, $3,422. 4, Diaz, $2,281. Bull Riding: (third round – two rides) 1, Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah, 70 points on Beutler and Son Rodeo’s Whirlpool, $2,281. 2, Nile Lebaron, Weatherford, Texas, 55, $1,711. (semi-finals qualifiers) 1, Frost, $3,992. 2, Lebaron, $2,851. 3, (tie) Chandler Bownds, Lubbock, Texas, and Dallee Mason, Weiser, Idaho, $2,281 each. BRACKET 2 – Evening performance Bareback Riding: (first round) 1, Orin Larsen, Inglis, Manitoba, 82 points on Beutler and Son Rodeo’s Stardust, $2,281. 2, (tie) Luke Creasy, Lovington, N.M., and Clint Cannon, Waller, Texas, 81, $1,426 each. 4, Seth Hardwick, Laramie, Wyo., 78, $570. Steer Wrestling: (first round) 1, K.C. Jones, Decatur, Texas, 3.9 seconds, $2,281. 2, Cody Cassidy, Donalda, Alberta, 4.3, $1,711. 3, (tie) Curtis Cassidy, Donalda, Alberta and Cody Cabral, Hilo, Hawaii, 4.5 and $855 each. Team Roping: (first round) 1, Drew Horner, Plano, Texas, and Jake Smith, Broken Bow, Okla., 4.6 seconds, $2,281. 2, Ty Blasingame, Ramah, Colo., and J.W. Borrego, Weston, Colo., 4.8, $1,711. 3, Aaon Tsinigine, Tuba City, Ariz., and Ryan Motes, Weatherford, Texas, 5.0, $1,141. 4, Cale Markham, Vinita, Okla., and Buddy Hawkins, II, Columbus, Kan., 5.3, $570. Saddle Bronc Riding: (first round) 1, Tyler Corrington, Hastings, Minn., 85 points on Calgary Stampede’s Tokoyo Bubbles, $2,281. 2, (tie) Tyrell Smith, Cascade, Mont.; Dusty Hausauer, Dickinson, N.D., and Rusty Wright, Milford, Utah, 79 and $1,141 each. Tie-Down Roping: (first round) 1, Cody McCartney, Ottowa Lake, Mich., 8.0 seconds, $2,281. 2, Chant DeForest, Wheatland, Calif., 8.1, $1,711. 3, Blair Burk, Hermiston, Ore., 8.3, $1,141. 4, (tie) Ryle Smith, Oakdale, Calif., and Clif Cooper, Decatur, Texas, 8.6, $285 each. Women’s Barrel Race: (first round) 1, Sarah Rose McDonald, Brunswick, Ga., 13.83 seconds, $2,281. 2, Ann Scott, Canyon Country, Calif., 13.94, $1,711. 3, Carly Richardson, Pampa, Texas, 13.98, $1,141. 4, Natalie Foutch, Eldora, Iowa, 14.12, $570. Bull Riding: (first round) 1, Parker Breding, Edgar, Mont., 82 points on Rafter H Rodeo’s Never Been Kissed, $2,281. 2, (tie) Garrett Smith, Rexburg, Idaho and Brett Stall, Detroit Lakes, Minn., 81 and $1,426 each. 4, Bobby Welsh, Gillette, Wyo., 71, $570.
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Rodney Museum of Black Inventions and Innovations HomeAbout UsBlack History MonthTours & EventsBooking infoTestimonialsOur ClientsSchool TourBlack InventorsInventions ListPhoto GalleryVolunteerResourcesWatch videoGift ShopBooksTell a friend Contact usCelebr Read more ... ating Our 17th Anniversary! Black Inventors and their Inventions List air conditioning unit Frederick M. Jones July 12, 1949 almanac Benjamin Banneker Approx 1791 auto cut-off switch Granville T. Woods January 1, 1839 auto fishing devise G. Cook May 30, 1899 automatic gear shift Richard Spikes February 28, 1932 baby buggy W.H. Richardson June 18, 1899 bicycle frame L.R. Johnson October 10, 1899 biscuit cutter A.P. Ashbourne November 30, 1875 blood plasma bag Charles Drew Approx. 1945 cellular phone Henry T. Sampson July 6, 1971 chamber commode T. Elkins January 3, 1897 clothes dryer G. T. Sampson June 6, 1862 curtain rod S. R. Scratton November 30, 1889 curtain rod support William S. Grant August 4, 1896 door knob O. Dorsey December 10, 1878 door stop O. Dorsey December 10, 1878 dust pan Lawrence P. Ray August 3, 1897 egg beater Willie Johnson February 5, 1884 electric lampbulb Lewis Latimer March 21, 1882 elevator Alexander Miles October 11, 1867 eye protector P. Johnson November 2, 1880 fire escape ladder J. W. Winters May 7, 1878 fire extinguisher T. Marshall October 26, 1872 folding bed L. C. Bailey July 18, 1899 folding chair Brody & Surgwar June 11, 1889 fountain pen W. B. Purvis January 7, 1890 furniture caster O. A. Fisher 1878 gas mask Garrett Morgan October 13, 1914 golf tee T. Grant December 12, 1899 guitar Robert F. Flemming, Jr. March 3, 1886 hair brush Lydia O. Newman November 15, 18-- hand stamp Walter B. Purvis February 27 1883 horse shoe J. Ricks March 30, 1885 ice cream scooper A. L. Cralle February 2, 1897 improv. sugar making Norbet Rillieux December 10, 1846 insect-destroyer gun A. C. Richard February 28, 1899 ironing board Sarah Boone December 30, 1887 key chain F. J. Loudin January 9, 1894 lantern Michael C. Harvey August 19, 1884 lawn mower L. A. Burr May 19, 1889 lawn sprinkler J. W. Smith May 4, 1897 lemon squeezer J. Thomas White December 8, 1893 lock W. A. Martin July 23, 18-- lubricating cup Ellijah McCoy November 15, 1895 lunch pail James Robinson 1887 mail box Paul L. Downing October 27, 1891 mop Thomas W. Stewart June 11, 1893 motor Frederick M. Jones June 27, 1939 peanut butter George Washington Carver 1896 pencil sharpener J. L. Love November 23, 1897 phone transmitter Granville T. Woods December 2, 1884 record player arm Joseph Hunger Dickenson January 8, 1819 refrigerator J. Standard June 14, 1891 riding saddles W. D. Davis October 6, 1895 rolling pin John W. Reed 1864 shampoo headrest C. O. Bailiff October 11, 1898 spark plug Edmond Berger February 2, 1839 stethoscope Imhotep Ancient Egypt stove T. A. Carrington July 25, 1876 straightening comb Madam C. J. Walker Approx 1905 street sweeper Charles B. Brooks March 17, 1890 thermostat control Frederick M. Jones February 23, 1960 traffic light Garrett Morgan November 20, 1923 tricycle M. A. Cherry May 6, 1886 typewriter Burridge & Marshman April 7, 1885
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ChocoTrini Do you know who Fitzgerald Henry is He is better known as the Mighty Terror, he was a Trinidadian calypsonian. He was born Fitzgerald Cornelius Henry in Anguilla Village, Arouca, Trinidad on 13 January 1921. He studied trumpet as a child and also sa Read more ... ng in church and school choirs. His career started in 1947, and following the success of his "Negroes Know Thyself" he debuted at the Calypso Palace Tent in 1948. He joined the Young Brigade Tent in 1949, where he continued playing until leaving Trinidad in 1953. In 1950 he his first 78 release was "Changing of the Indian Song". During his time in Trinidad he recorded first for Sa Gomes (1951), for Christopher (1952) and took part in the Dial sessions in 1953. He was one of the first major calypsonians to have records released on Emil Shallit's UK-based Melodisc Records, in 1950. In 1953, he took a job as a fireman on a ship and arrived in England later that year, going first to London. In his own words: "I jump in a taxi and I say, Do you know of a gentleman called Lord Kitchener? I figure he popular and a taxi driver should know. He tell me he dead long time ago. Not that one (I said). This one is a calypsonian from the West Indies, Trinidad." Popular or not, the taxi driver had not heard of Lord Kitchener so took him to a West Indian club where he was given the phone number of guitarist Fitzroy Coleman. Terror moved in with the Colemans and within a month he was regularly singing in the clubs and had won a contract to sing a jingle for the BBC. He continued recording for Melodisc in 1954 (scoring a hit with "Chinese Children", and following it up with other releases for the label, including "The Emperor of Africa," "Chopping Wood" and "Chinee Children Call Me Daddy") and took part in the Nixa sessions in 1958 (these tracks being released by Pye Records). With the significant commercial success of 1957's "Life in London" and "I'll Walk a Million Miles", he was named "Calypso King of Great Britain" at a charity concert organised by Claudia Jones after attacks on the West London black community, which was a prelude to the now famous Notting Hill Carnival. The time between 1958 and 1964 was spent touring, first with Lord Kitchener and later with the Bert McLean Trio. Terror returned to Trinidad in 1965 and won the Calypso King crown in 1966. In April 1966, he represented Trinidad at the Festival of Negro Arts in Dakar, Senegal. In 1985 his home country awarded him the Silver Hummingbird Medal for services to Calypso music. The Mighty Terror performed in Trinidad into his old age. In later life he became ill with cancer of the throat, and after an appeal by his wife Gloria, Pan Trinbago and the National Carnival Commission (NCC) agreed to foot the bill for Nursing Home care once he left hospital. Patrick Arnold of Pan Trinbago said, "We felt a responsibility to spare him the ignominy of an existence that would rob him of his dignity and decided to do something about it," while Kenny Da Silva of the NCC added, "You can’t leave somebody like Terror to chance and to the vagaries of a life in an infirm condition in the winter of his years." The Mighty Terror died aged 86 on 14 March 2007 as a result of throat cancer.
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Casey
Casey Jones | Capricorn ( December 22 - January 20 )
February 15, 2015
At the moment it seems as if problems are merely growing in size. Avoid slipping into a state of shock. Only when you confront one problem after another will you start to feel happy again. It is important that you act immediately,...
30 months ago
Kevin
Kevin Smallwood
A history lesson you will not find in the news, weather TV or Print. You won?t find it in our schools either, I wonder why? DO YOU REMEMBER JANUARY 3, 2007? Your history lesson for today. Some people have short memories?.. I’ve been saying this Read more ... for years, but this email probably explains it better and more clearly. This is NOT a political message, but rather a clarification to remind us all of th e correct facts. Remember that on October 9, 2007 , 11 months before our “economic crisis” occurred (that was actually created), the Dow hit its highest point ever, closing at 14,164.53 and reaching 14,198.10 intra-day level 2 days later. Unemployment was steady at 4.7%. But things were already being put in place to create the havoc we’ve all been experiencing since then. And it all started, as this email explains, on January 3, 2007. I'm sending this to each of you regardless of your party preferences because I believe it is something you may not have considered. This tells the story, why Bush was so “bad” at the end of his term. Don't just skim over this, it's not very long, read it slowly and let it sink in. If in doubt, check it out!!! The day the Democrats took over was not January 22nd 2009, it was actually January 3rd 2007, which was the day the Democrats took over the House of Representatives and the Senate, at the very start of the 110th Congress. The Democrat Party controlled a majority in both chambers for the first time since the end of the 103rd Congress in 1995. For those who are listening to the liberals propagating the fallacy that everything is "Bush's Fault", think about this: January 3rd, 2007 was the day the Democrats took over the Senate and the Congress. At the time: The DOW Jones closed at 12,621.77 The GDP for the previous quarter was 3.5% The Unemployment rate was 4.6% George Bush's Economic policies SET A RECORD of 52 STRAIGHT MONTHS of JOB GROWTH Remember the day... January 3rd, 2007 was the day that Barney Frank took over the House Financial Services Committee and Chris Dodd took over the Senate Banking Committee. The economic meltdown that happened 15 months later was in what part of the economy? BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES! Unemployment... to this CRISIS by (among MANY other things) dumping 5-6 TRILLION Dollars of toxic loans on the economy from YOUR Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac FIASCOES! Bush asked Congress 17 TIMES to stop Fannie & Freddie - starting in 2001 because it was financially risky for the US economy. And who took the THIRD highest pay-off from Fannie Mae AND Freddie Mac? OBAMA And who fought against reform of Fannie and Freddie? OBAMA and the Democrat Congress. So when someone tries to blame Bush. REMEMBER JANUARY 3rd, 2007 .... THE DAY THE DEMOCRATS TOOK OVER!" Budgets do not come from the White House. They come from Congress and the party that controlled Congress since January 2007 is the Democrat Party. Furthermore, the Democrats controlled the budget process for 2008 & 2009 as well as 2010 & 2011. In that first year, they had to contend with George Bush, which caused them to compromise on spending, when Bush somewhat belatedly got tough on spending increases. For 2009 though, Nancy Pelosi & Harry Reid bypassed George Bush entirely, passing continuing resolutions to keep government running until Barack Obama could take office. At that time, they passed a massive omnibus spending bill to complete the 2009 budgets. And where was Barack Obama during this time? He was a member of that very Congress that passed all of these massive spending bills, and he signed the omnibus bill as President to complete 2009. If the Democrats inherited any deficit, it was the 2007 deficit, the last of the Republican budgets. That deficit was the lowest in five years, and the fourth straight decline in deficit spending. After that, Democrats in Congress took control of spending, and that includes Barack Obama, who voted for the budgets. If Obama inherited anything, he inherited it from himself. In a nutshell, what Obama is saying is I inherited a deficit that I voted for and then I voted to expand that deficit four-fold since January 20th. These are the facts. All public record. No spin. It would be nice if everyone could be civil to each other and post factual information. ..
30 months ago
Horror, Wally Cox, the voice of Underdog! A frequent character actor in the '60s and '70s, including Night Gallery ("Junior").
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Wildwood The Della Grants will be at Wildwood this August, but if you can't make those dates heres the full list of where they're at .... so don't miss them ... cracking band.
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Clem Like anything else that is constantly oversold, Green Energy is no savior…neither are the Democrats. We must get rid of this parasitic “green” version of the “growth” economy just as we must drastically lower our carbon addiction… and Pow Read more ... er Down and People Down if we and far too many innocent species are to have any chance. We could power the grid on unicorn farts; but if we continue to consume at the same (or likely higher) rates, we still eat the planet.
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from Counterpunch... Green Crony Capitialism Oregon’s Governor and the Grifter(s) by MICHAEL DONNELLY “It is not that power corrupts but that it is magnetic to the corruptible.” — Frank Herbert Oregon’s Governor-for-Life John Kitzhaber Read more ... , 68, resigned Friday the 13th...
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Denise
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31 months ago
Zonell # R.I.P. Donny
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Weston Weston Pools Results for the last week!!!! Sunday 4th January 2015 - Sunday open 12 Anglers on Match 1st Jeff Grantham - Weston Pools 65.6.0 22 / Belvedere pellet at 11 mtrs 2nd Colin Roberts - Weston Read more ... Pools 42.4.0 18 / Canal Bread for big Mirrors 3rd Carl Pugh - Weston Pools 41.4.0 27 / Belvedere micros and maggot on the pole Sunday 4th January 2015 - Sunday Pegged Open on Claypit 11 Anglers on Match 1st Dave Evans - Weston Pools 27-4-0 18 / Claypit method with groundbait and dead maggot 2nd Dave Jones - Weston Pools 21.3.0 22 / Claypit method for F1s 3rd Richie Parry - Tri-Cast Weston 20.12.0 20 / Claypit Open end Feeder with corn and maggot Tuesday 6th January 2015 - Tuesday's Open Rover 5 Anglers on Match 1st Matt Dawes - Weston Tri-cast and Drennan NW 74-8 33 / Belvedere Pellets 13-16m, Caught F1s biggest 4lb 2nd Ivan Capsey - Telford 31-8 26 / Stretton Pellets at 13m, Caught Carp & F1s Biggest 5lb 3rd Mel Kitson - Telford 30-4 20 / Belvedere Corn At 12m, Caught F1s & Carp Biggest 4lb 4th Mike Philbin - Tri-Cast Weston 29-13 5 / Belvedere Wednesday 7th January 2015 - Wednesdays Over 55s Match 13 Anglers on Match 1st Phil Conde - Weston Pools 42-2 9 / Claypit Method Feeder 20m, Caught F1s & Carp Biggest 5lb 2nd Norman Plat - Weston Pools 16-4 26 / Claypit Pellet Feeder 20m, Caught F1s Biggest 1lb 3rd Barry Pitirim - Weston Pools 15-5 20 / Clay Pit Feeder At 20 Yards Caught F1s 4th Mike Ellis - Weston Tri-cast 12-2 25 / Canal 5th Derek Buckle - Eddies Bait 11-3 15 / Claypit Friday 9th January 2015 - Friday Over 55's Open Rover 8 Anglers on Match 1st Chris Diamond - Eddies Bait 53-2 3 / Claypit Pole at 5m, Caught F1s & Carp Biggest 4lb 2nd Ray Perrin - Weston Pools 36-7 3 / Belvedere Pellets 4m On Pole, Caught F1s Biggest 4lb 3rd Howard Williams - Weston Pools 35-6 25 / Belvedere Pellets & Maggots at 5m, Caught F1s & Carp Biggest 3lb Saturday 10th January 2015 - Saturdays Open Rover 21 Anglers on Match 1st Matt Dawes - Tri-Cast Weston and Drennan NW 64.2.0 25 / Belvedere maggot short F1s and Carp well done Mathew 2nd Darren Frost - Tri-Cast Weston and Drennan NW 58.0.0 9 / Clay Pit Feeder at range with corn 3rd Ivan Capsey - Weston Pools 57.6.0 18 / Weir pole and feeder 4th Andy Amos - Tri-Cast Weston and Drennan NW 53.0.0 18 / Belvedere maggot on the pole Sunday 11th January 2015 - Sunday open 14 Anglers on Match 1st Phil Davies - Connahs Quay 50.0.0 25 / Belvedere Dobbing bread at 10mtrs 2nd Andy Amos - Tri-Cast Weston and Drennan NW 38.0.0 25 / Canal Maggot long to the pellet 3rd Ray Cossins - Rod n Reel and ABC 29.0.0 19 / Canal Just awesome 4th Matt Dawes - Tri-Cast Weston and Drennan NW 27.8.0 27 / Belvedere maggots in the edges 5th Mike Philbin - Tri-Cast Weston 23.8.0 33 / Canal pellet and maggot on the pole short Sunday 11th January 2015 - Sunday Pegged Open on Claypit 8 Anglers on Match 1st Cagsy - Tri-Cast Weston 37.2.0 26 / Clay Pit feeder at 20 turns for Carp and F1s pole and maggot for silvers 2nd Chris Diamond - Eddies Bait 20.8.0 9 / Clay Pit Method and corn 3rd Dave Evans - Weston Pools 17.10.0 18 / Clay Pit feeder and corn 4th Richie Parry - Tri-Cast Weston 17.9.0 3 / Clay Pit method and pole
31 months ago
David
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Evans LLANYBYDDER SHEEP SALE Monday 12th January 2015 Evans Bros. report: - Our first Sheep Market of the New Year got off to a flyer with Cull Ewes and Store Lambs in tremendous demand with buyers queuing to bid before the fall of the hammer. Fat Lambs a Read more ... lso saw an increase from last week, averaging £1.79pkg and a top price of £86.35 from J D Thomas, Pantstreimon. Cull Ewes- £120 to T J H Evans, Glantren Fach; £110 £70 to D T Thomas, Blaenantygarn; £108 to D L Jones, Penwern; £98 £70 £64 to D J I Evans, Pantycoubal; £94 to D J Davies, Llettytwpa; £94 £55 to M E Hopkins, Hendryd; £90 to O S Russell a’i Gwmni, Coedeiddig Fawr; £75 £58 £55 to M C L Evans, Bwlchgwynt; £75 to D Pittendreigh, Plas Villa; £74 to D Jones, Talwrnllyn; £73 to L V Gwynne, Ffynnonlefrith; £70.50 £46 to D H Jones, Llwynbeudy; £69 to D J Billany, Cwmclydan; £68 to D A Morgan, Cwmtrebeddau; £65 to P Joynson, Brithdir; £65 £50 to J Cockburn, Treberfedd; £57 £43 to H Evans, Alltgoch; £56 to D E Jones, Rhydfydur; Others to £42. Rams- £113 to H Evans, Alltgoch; £70 to O S Russell a’i Gwmni, Coedeiddig Fawr; £66 to E Lewis, Lon; £60 to D Pittendreigh, Plas Villa; £60 £53 £45 to A Jones, Tanygaer; £55 to M C L Evans, Bwlchgwynt. Store Lambs- £71 to G A Williams, Graigwen; £70 to J B Davies, Llygadyrych; £69.50 £66 £50 to C A Williams, Pengwern Uchaf; £69 £50 to J W Jenkins, Cae Llwyd; £67.50 to D Fritz-Cotton, Penygarreg; £66.50 to L Jones, Faerdre Fawr; £66 to P Joynson, Brithdir; £65.50 £60 to E George, Ynyscniw; £65 to M Lamport, Blaenwern; £63.50 to J D Williams, Blaenwaun; £61 to D H Jones, Llwynbeudy; £60.50 to A M J Williams, Abernant; £60 to C Jones, Faerdre Fawr; £59.50 £57 to D G Jones, Gwarnoethle; £59 to D W Davies, Pensingrug; £54 to J T Jones, Gellideg; £53.50 £53 to J E Jones, Felingelli; £51.50 to D T Rees, Llyspistyll; Others to £49.50. New Season Lambs- 17.1 - 25.4 Max 170pkg Ave 170pkg 25.5 – 32 Max 179pkg Ave 172pkg 32.1 - 39 Max 184pkg Ave 180pkg 39.1 – 45.5 Max 186pkg Ave 180pkg 45.6 – 52 Max 183pkg Ave 175pkg 52 + Max 153pkg Ave 144pkg Daily market average £1.79pkg Top prices per head: £85.50 £80.64 £79.45 to J D Thomas, Pantstreimon; £85.44 £83.30 to D Jones, Talwrnllyn; £84.63 £79.98 £75.33 to D T Thomas, Blaencwmdu; £84.55 to J D Williams, Blaenwaun; £83.95 £79.75 £79.50 £78.05 to M Davies & Sons, Penlone Esgair; £83.26 £81.19 £81 to D A George, Coedlannau Fawr; £81.22 £80.33 £80.30 £78.59 £77 to D J Davies, Maes Farm; £81.22 to G Brownsett, Blaencronafon; £81 to H Evans, Alltgoch; £81 to J Ll Davies, Bwlchmawr;£80.50 to J J E Evans, Glynderi; £80.30 to B Thomas, Maesymeillion; £80.08 to W L Green, Ffinant Isaf; £80.04 £80 to L Jones, Faerdre Fawr; £79.05 to J A Jones, Llynddwr Uchaf; £78 to J G Ryder, Tyngrug Ganol; £77.70 to D J Davies, Llettytwpa; £77.40 £76.11 to G R Morris, Llwynbwch; £76.54 to Messrs Davies, Llwynfedw; Others to £74.
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Angela
Angela Strumpet Jones | Scorpio ( October 23 - November 21 )
January 13, 2015
Today you can motivate those around you. However, don't neglect your own needs since your goals are now clearer than ever. Your energetic manner is infectious to those around you. There is no reason not to celebrate your ideas and...
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Christine
Christine Jones | Virgo ( August 23 - September 22 )
January 13, 2015
If you've been plagued by doubts recently and couldn't come to any decision, you can now finally see things in a clearer light. You feel balanced enough to be able to reap something good from any result of a decision made. You are...
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Amanda Saturday January 31st - In Memory of Bob Jones. Bob would have been 60 on Jan 27th and had invited some people to join him for a celebration in January before his untimely death. This is an attempt to recreate that day. Although we will sadly not hav Read more ... e Bob with us, his widow Sarah will be joining us for some of the day. Numbers are not limited, but please let Sally Rosewood know if you can attend as certain venues will need to make arrangements for us. Meet at 1pm at Great Western Wolverhampton.
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Amanda Saturday January 31st - In Memory of Bob Jones. Bob would have been 60 on Jan 27th and had invited some people to join him for a celebration in January before his untimely death. This is an attempt to recreate that day. Although we will sadly not hav Read more ... e Bob with us, his widow Sarah will be joining us for some of the day. Numbers are not limited, but please let Sally Rosewood know if you can attend as certain venues will need to make arrangements for us. Meet at 1pm at Great Western Wolverhampton.
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Barry 11th January 2015 Garstang 10k Results (Road Championship Race 1) 1 Winner 30:49 3 1st Vet 33:10 22 Joanne Nelson (1st Lady) 38:22 [150 points] 37 Jonny Bromilow 39:30 [150 points] 50 Martin Oldfield 40:19 [145] 59 Brian Morris 40:43 [140] 64 Read more ... Simon Taylor 41:04 [135] 83 Paul Taylor 42:14 [130] 104 Carly Edwards 43:35 [145] 138 Dave Ponton 45:06 [125] 160 Cath Fox 46:38 [140] 203 Barry Shackleton 48:41 [120] 206 Calvin Ferguson 48:52 [115] 251 Leanne Postlethwaite 50:58 [135] 253 Dave Shorrock 51:16 [110] 289 James McGarry 52:33 [105] 310 Karen Atherton 54:08 [130] 311 Lee Shorrock 54:09 [100] 385 Sue Eastham 58:22 [125] 386 Louise Oldfield 58:23 [120] 392 Anna Capstick 58:39 [115] 398 Deb Robinson 59:03 [110] 424 Sarah Quinn 1:01:53 [105] 442 Tina Kuczer 1:05:33 [100] 443 Alison Abbott 1:05:36 [95] 445 Calum Rigby 1:06:07 [95] 447 Don Clarkson 1:06:19 [90] 453 Jennifer Fielding 1:06:27 [90] 466 Kathryn Barber 1:14:57 [85] 471 Kym McGarry 1:19:14 [80] 473 Helen Jones 1:22:28 [=75] 474 Amy Hasler 1:22:28 [=75] Total 482 I will send this list to Simon for publish in the February issue of The Dash The second race of the 2015 Road Race Championship is the Blackburn Winter Warmer which takes place on Sunday 8th February. It starts from Witton Park, Blackburn BB2 2TP. Entry fee is £10 for members (with an additional £2 if entered on the day). Last year we had an excellent turn out of twenty two Dashers for this race.
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Sonny Nick Diaz is one of the most hated UFC fighters of all time,he gets suspended for year for doing marijuana, every one of his fights, are super exciting, unless his opponent runs or just try's to hold him on the mat.... But bones jones is praised and Read more ... loved ,everyone is proud of him after he goes to rehab for cocaine, when failing a drug test... He doesn't wanta fight anyone.... No suspension, no fines, jones has Philippians 13, tatted across his chest, failing drug test and reebok send him a shirt for being awesome, .... Idk if you get suspended and fined for a year,for weed.... You should be stripped of the belt , fined and suspended, and not praised for cocaine... Had to get it off my chest.... Ufc Diaz vs silva end of January , who you got I have 5 on Diaz lol
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Sheila Congratulations to our Round Two contestants advancing to the final competition, Marsha Jones & Christa Malone! There is still one opportunity left to quality for a spot in the finals and a one in 12 chance at winning the grand prize of $500!!! It' Read more ... s easy. Show up at the Roundhouse between 6pm and 7:30pm on January 16th, choose a couple of songs from DJ Alan D's huge selection, pay an entry fee, and sing your heart out. If you aren't a singer, be sure to share this with your friends and family who are. Who couldn't use an extra $500 bucks???
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Sheila Congratulations to our Round Two contestants advancing to the final competition, Marsha Jones & Christa Malone! There is still one opportunity left to quality for a spot in the finals and a one in 12 chance at winning the grand prize of $500!!! It' Read more ... s easy. Show up at the Roundhouse between 6pm and 7:30pm on January 16th, choose a couple of songs from DJ Alan D's huge selection, pay a $10 entry fee, and sing your heart out. If you aren't a singer, be sure to share this with your friends and family who are. Who couldn't use an extra $500 bucks???
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Roundhouse Congratulations to our Round Two contestants advancing to the final competition, Marsha Jones & Christa Malone! There is still one opportunity left to quality for a spot in the finals and a one in 12 chance at winning the grand prize of $500!!! It' Read more ... s easy. Show up at the Roundhouse between 6pm and 7:30pm on January 16th, choose a couple of songs from DJ Alan D's huge selection, pay an entry fee, and sing your heart out. If you aren't a singer, be sure to share this with your friends and family who are. Who couldn't use an extra $500 bucks???
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The A REBEL WAR CLERK'S DIARY AT THE CONFEDERATE STATES CAPITAL, BY JOHN BEAUCHAMP JONES January 10th.—Rained hard all night. House leaking badly! We have nothing new in the papers this morning. It is said with more confidence, however, that Butler’ Read more ... s canal is not yet a success. Daily and nightly our cannon play upon the works, and the deep sounds in this moist weather are distinctly heard in the city. The amount of requisition for the War Department for 1865 is $670,000,000, and a deficiency of $400,000,000! Mr. Hunter had his accustomed interview with Judge Campbell this morning in quest of news, and relating to his horoscope. His face is not plump and round yet. A Mr. Lehman, a burly Jew, about thirty-five years old, got a passport to-day on the recommendation of the Secretary of the Treasury, to arrange (as agent, no doubt) for the shipment of several thousand bales of cotton, for which sterling funds are to be paid. No doubt it is important to keep the government cotton out of the hands of the enemy; and this operation seems to indicate that some fear of its loss exists. Some 40,000 bushels of corn, etc. were consumed at Charlotte, N.C., the other day. A heavy loss! Both the army and the people will feel it. There seems already to exist the preliminary symptoms of panic and anarchy in the government. All the dignitaries wear gloomy faces; and this is a gloomy day—raining incessantly. A blue day—a miserable day! The city council put up the price of gas yesterday to $50 per 1000 feet. http://dotcw.com/rebel-war-clerk-1317/
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Akindutire Manchester United Injury Update – Da Silva , Fellaini, Young And Rojo Jan 10 2015 Manchester United can consider themselves extremely fortunate being able to on the 3rd Position in the league table despite the crippling amount of injuries this seas Read more ... on. This injury crisis has led Manchester United to their worst start to a league season since 1986. With a total of 55 injuries this season, it has been a miracle how Louis Van Gaal has managed to steer the team into top 3. Reports suggest that Van Gaal’s approach and training method may be a big factor in the cause of injuries as he demands his squad have double sessions so as to increase their fitness level. Players like Marcos Rojo, Radamel Falacao, Ashley Young, Phil Jones, Ander Herrera , Antonio Valencia, Luke Shaw, Paddy McNair, James Wilson, Chris Smalling, Johnny Evans, Juan Mata, Marouane Fellaini, Jesse Lingard, Michael Carrick, Rafael, Daley Blind, Angel Di Maria, Anderson, Wayne Rooney, Robin Van Persie, David De Gea, Danny Wellbeck and Shinji Kagawa (while at the club) have all been injured this season with some players having multiple injuries. The Manchester United defence has been plagued with a lot of injuries as no defender has been able to successfully play a consistent string of games. The defence has taken multiple forms and different shapes this season conceding a total of 20 goals, one more than Chelsea. Many would hail Louis Van Gaal as a miracle worker for being able to achieve this feat, but fans should not forget the brilliance of David De Gea this season. David De Gea has proven time without number why he is the first choice at Manchester United with breathtaking saves made with all parts of his body registering an average saves of 2.35 per game and 6 Clean Sheets in 20 appearances. The Spanish Goalkeeper has been left unprotected this season a couple of times and has not failed to produce some fine moments of magic. It is of no wonder Real Madrid are trying to lure the Spanish Goalkeeper to Bernabeu with Manchester United set to tie him down with a bumper contract. Speaking at the press conference building up to the Southampton game Louis Van Gaal delivered positive team news to the fan base saying ‘’They {Shaw and Rafael} can play,They are both not injured. Rafael Da Silva was of course operated on his cheekbone and maybe we don’t take any risk with him, but Shaw can also play” while he also added that Daley Blind has been training with training with the team as well as Marouane Fellaini who also trained with the team this past week. Meanwhile centre-back Marcos Rojo has also returned to training, but Ashley Young will be sidelined for 4-6 weeks with a muscular problem. When asked about how he felt about the injury list, Van Gaal replied “Ï have to tell you that we have only one injured player, Ashley Young, it’s unbelievable”. Even Ashley Young took to twitter to joke about the sudden emptiness in the Manchester United Physio room after being the only one left injured. With a fit squad and the probability of January additions, Coach Van Gaal will be expected to make a decent push for the title and at least make a top 4 spot provided our injury crisis do not come back to haunt us.
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Robin Great Homegoing Celebration!!! We were comforted by the Word! Job 1:21King James Version (KJV) 21 And said, Naked came I out of my mother's womb, and naked shall I return thither: the Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be the name of Read more ... the Lord. What do we do in times like these? Job gave the example: WE WORSHIP AND WE DID!!! SEE YOU IN THE MORNING SIS.
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January 9, 2015 NEWS RELEASE Sheriff Wendell Beam Reports: On Wednesday, January 7, 2015, members of the Spalding County Sheriff’s Office and the Griffin Police Department arrested 44 people for illegal drug activity. The arrests are the results Read more ... of a four month investigation by the Spalding County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit and the Griffin Police Department’s Narcotics Unit. The investigation revealed drugs from Spalding County were being distributed from North Georgia to Southern Alabama. Methamphetamine and GHB (commonly known as the date rape drug), were the main focus of this investigation. During the arrests of the suspects, four firearms were confiscated. Three of the people charged with violations are currently in prison and were conducting drug activity from within the prison. The following list contains the suspect’s names and charges. Finch, Donald D. Jr., Age 30, 1302 Pleasant Ave., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute Trafficking Methamphetamine Possession of GHB (Date Rape Drug) Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon Feltman, Andrea Pauline, Age 30, 1710 Hallmark Dr., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute Trafficking Methamphetamine Possession of GHB (Date Rape Drug) Bonds, Ethan, Age 22, 747 Chuli Rd., Griffin, Ga. (In Custody Paulding County) Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Bradshaw, Jerry Craig, Age 42, Lee State Prison Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Cavender, John F., Age 29, 117 Woodcrest Dr., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Cobb, Robert C., Age 32, 29 Plum St., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Conspiracy to Possess Methamphetamine Coe, Dwayne, Age 21, 25 Rehoboth Rd., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Colley, Corey, Age 26, 1 Aster Dr., Montgomery, Al. Theft by Receiving Stolen Vehicle Possession of GHB (Date Rape Drug) Possession of GHB (Date Rape Drug) With Intent to Distribute Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute Reckless driving Felony Fleeing and Eluding Tag light Requirement Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Corley, Mark W., Age 46, 4079-I Newnan Rd., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Davis, Erica I., Age 29, 1220 Ellis Rd., Griffin, Ga. Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute Trafficking Methamphetamine Possession of GHB (Date Rape Drug) Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Duncan, Joseph T., Age 50, 1401 Manley Rd., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon Etheridge, Arkelei M., Age 38, 10 Dunsindane Ln., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Feltman, William D., Age 56, 124 Fourth Ave., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon Few, Louis Jr., Age 34, Henry County Jail Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Fitzgibbon, Scott A., Age 28, 1640 W. Poplar St., Griffin, Ga. Theft by Receiving Stolen Vehicle Possession of GHB (Date Rape Drug) Possession of GHB (Date Rape Drug) With Intent to Distribute Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute Possession of a Sawed Off shotgun Possession of a Firearm by Convicted Felon Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Freeman, Rico J., Age 28, 120 Rider Rd., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Conspiracy to Possess Methamphetamine Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute Possession of Schedule IV Controlled Substance Garrett, James W., Age 49, 183 Poplar St., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Possession of Methamphetamine Glass, Debra S., Age 50, 118 Davidson Dr., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Hall, Crystal D., Age 24, 324 Main St., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Conspiracy to Distribute a Controlled Substance Huggins, Dusty W., Age 29, Lamar County Jail Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Possession of a cell-phone by an Inmate Jones, John A., Age 48, 126 Waterford Way, Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act King, Darnell J., Age 32, 223 Birdie Rd., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Conspiracy to Possess and Distribute Methamphetamine Lasiter, Justin W., Age 51, 1401 Manley Rd., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Fail to Register as Sex Offender Mack, Jenny A., Age 40, 1710 Hallmark Dr., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Possession of Methamphetamine McDaniel, Staci D., Age 29, 196 Plantation Trl., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Meeks, Michael J., Age 33, 110 E. Main St. N., Hampton, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Giving False Name and Date of Birth Melton, Joseph S., Age 34, Johnson state Prison Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Melton, Justin R., Age 29, 436 Elder Rd., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of Drug Objects Messer, Jennifer L., Age 33, 462 Trice Rd., Milner, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Conspiracy to Possess and Distribute Methamphetamine Murphy, Veronica D., Age 39, Homeless Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Parker, Richard C., Age 55, 253 Liberty Hill Rd., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Pollard, Angelica E., Age 27, 111 Liberty Hill Apt. F, Milner, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Smallwood, Jacqueline, Age 44, 324 Main St., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Smith, Charles A., Age 55, 108 Moose Lodge Rd., Lot 11, Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Thomas, Telly S., Age 33, 201 Warner Rd., Barnesville, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Turner, Rhonda R., Age 50, 210 Colston Dr., Taccoa, Ga. Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute Trafficking Methamphetamine Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Watkins, Monterio, B., Age 33, 225 Ruth St., Apt. H., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Watkins, Quina S., Age 23, 133 Peachtree St., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Williams, Mario A., Age 35, Spalding County Jail Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Conspiracy to possess Methamphetamine Franklin, Clifford J., Age 31, 1840 W. McIntosh Rd., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Helms, Constance, Age 39, 1840 W. McIntosh Rd., Griffin, Ga. Violation of Probation Bozeman, Anthony R., Age 49, 1312 Brown St., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Conspiracy to Possess a Controlled Substance Bradley, Jayson Luke, Age 37, Washington State Prison Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Conspiracy to Distribute a Controlled Substance Davis, Andrew, Age 26, 155 Melton St., Griffin, Ga. Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act Turner, Jennifer, Age 24, 155 Melton St., Griffin, GA Use of Telecommunications Device to Facilitate Illegal Drug Activity Violation of Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Act
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January 9, 2015 Area security and Police Presence at Segment 4, from Bonifacio Shrine up to Jones Bridge during the Grand Procession of the Black Nazarene Led by PDIR CARMELO ESPINA VALMORIA, RD, NCRPO together with PSSUPT ROLANDO ZAMBALE NANA, ADD, Read more ... MPD as well as PSUPT JOEL ABALOS VILLANUEVA, Segment 4 Commander.
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Mpd January 9, 2015 Area security and Police Presence at Segment 4, from Bonifacio Shrine up to Jones Bridge during the Grand Procession of the Black Nazarene Led by PDIR CARMELO ESPINA VALMORIA, RD, NCRPO together with PSSUPT ROLANDO ZAMBALE NANA, ADD, Read more ... MPD as well as PSUPT JOEL ABALOS VILLANUEVA, Segment 4 Commander.
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