Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Family of Jason Corbett “devastated” after receiving “bombshell” news his killers will get bail after being offered “manslaughter” plea deal Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Linkedin Brother of slain Jason Corbett writes to US President expressing “dismay” at DA’s plea bargain offer to killers Twitter WhatsApp Jason Corbett killers, Molly and Tom Martens may be freed on bail tomorrow as they consider manslaughter plea bargain deal Molly Martens and her father Thomas have been found guilty of the second degree murder of Limerickman Jason Corbett.This week the Corbett family gathered in prayer as a jury retired to consider whether to convict the two people of the Limerick man’s murder.Heartbroken parents, John and Rita Corbett along with members of their extended family attended mass in Limerick to mark the second anniversary of their son’s death.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Outside St John’s Cathedral, Mrs Corbett (76) said, “It’s been a nightmare… we are hoping for justice”.Both defendants had pleaded not guilty at the court in Lexington, North Carolina, with a claim of self-defence and the defence of another.More to follow in this week’s Limerick Post. NewsGuilty Verdicts in Jason Corbett murder trialBy Cian Reinhardt – August 9, 2017 1020 Email No vaccines in Limerick yet TAGSCrimefeaturedJason CorbettMolly martensNews Previous articleFrustrated passengers could set their sights on ShannonNext articleLimerick’s Celia Holman Lee announced as Focus Ireland Ambassador Cian Reinhardthttp://www.limerickpost.ieJournalist & Digital Media Coordinator. Covering human interest and social issues as well as creating digital content to accompany news stories. [email protected] Print Limerick on Covid watch list
Results of the Mount Carmel Lyceum bowling league from March 15th are as follows:John McCollum buzzsawed the pins for a personal season high 650 series.Individual high games for the week went to: John McCollum 257; Jack Nilan 254 ; David Magarban 246; Robert Magarban 231; Ed Lubach Jr. 225; Harry Ashe 216; John Kaczka 213; Emil Massa 212; Steve Mallardi Jr. 208; Frank Giovinazzo 201; Adam Konecko 184; Ed Lubach Sr. 183; Artie Bernard Jr. 181; Joe Beebe 169; Robert Lesiak 169; Frank Polomski 156.In team results: Fryczynski’s Funeral Home took 7 points from The Polish American Home; Amspec Services took 7 points from Supreme Tours; The Starting Point Bar & Grill took 5 points from John’s Midtown Tavern; I.B.E.W. Local 94 took 5 points from Dworzanski’s Funeral Home.
Image courtesy of Red Bull Content PoolJoin the American Alpine Clubʼs (AAC) Southeast Chapter for its upcoming three-day “Will Gadd: Weekend with a Pro” event from Friday, Nov. 14 to Sunday, Nov. 16, with special guest and world-renowned athlete, Will Gadd.This action-packed weekend event includes a round table discussion at University of Tennessee Chattanooga (UTC), climbing clinics with High Point Climbing School & Guide Service, and a pint night at Rock/Creek to mix and mingle with fellow climbers and Gadd himself.Canadian adventurer and thrill-seeker, Will Gadd, has been climbing, paragliding and kayaking for more than 30 years. He can boast numerous first ascents, world cups, national medals, and world records in ice and rock climbing, as well as conquering some of the most treacherous terrain on earth.Not only has Gadd lived to tell the tale of his adventures, but he speaks and writes professionally about his experiences – about sharing his love for the outdoors with his kids, his emphasis on safety throughout all his adventures, and his drive to get outside as often as he can.“Will Gadd is a tremendous inspiration to outdoor climbers and adventure-seekers everywhere, and weʼre very excited to host him for our weekend event,” said Michael Kidder, AAC’s Deep South Section Chair. “We are thrilled to have him not only attending our exciting weekend event as a guest but to also be on hand in an intimate outdoor climbing setting to provide hands-on instruction, invaluable industry expertise, and sheer inspiration to us all.”The event schedule kicks off with a free round table seminar with climbing industry professionals, followed by two all-day climbing clinics and a social happy hour at local outdoor sporting goods retailer, Rock/Creek. These community events are open to all, and AAC invites everyone in the climbing and outdoor-loving community to join in on any one of the weekendʼs fun-filled activities.SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:Friday, November 14Round Table Seminar: “So You Think You Want to Work in the Outdoor Industry?” 3:00 pm – 6:00 pmUTC University Center, Raccoon Mountain Room, FreeJoin professional climbers Will Gadd, Lisa Rands and Wills Young for a round table seminar at UTC titled, “So You Think You Want to Work in the Outdoor Industry?” This round table seminar is free and open to the public, and all are encouraged to come and participate. The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Andrew Bailey, professor of Health and Human Performance at UTC, and Michael Kidder, American Alpine Associationʼs Deep South Chair.Saturday, November 15Alpine Climbing Skills & Competency Clinic 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMCrag TBD$60-AAC Members; $75 Non-AAC MembersWill Gadd brings a lifetime of expertise and experience to this “Alpine Climbing Skills & Competency” clinic. In partnership with High Point Climbing School & Guide Service, this clinic gives climbers the opportunity to get outside and build upon their alpine climbing and competency skills. The clinic will cover tips and tricks for getting up and down alpine climbs, ranging in scope from understanding rock-fall to alpine speed tactics. This clinic will be tailored to attendees, and participants should have a basic knowledge of traditional climbing gear and some knowledge of snow and ice travel prior to registration.Saturday, November 15 Pint Night @ Rock/Creek 2 North Shore7:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Free“20 Trips of a Lifetime in 60 Minutes”Will Gadd gives an inspirational, fun and fast-paced first-person tour through the hidden world of extreme sports, from the inside scoop on the X Games to Red Bull’s secret marketing strategy. Pint Night guests will enjoy lots of laughs, pictures, video and stories from the edge of the envelope, including setting world records, talk TV shows, and random encounters with danger and celebrity. Mixed into the entertainment are a few basic strategies for managing risk, living dreams, and, of course, how to get sponsored and live large. Pint Night will offer $3 beers and $5 raffle tickets to win valuable prizes.Sunday, November 16 Lead Climbing Skills & Competency Clinic 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMCrag TBD, $60-AAC Members; $75 Non-AAC MembersOn Sunday, Gadd will again bestow his vast knowledge and expertise on climbers participating in AACʼs full-day “Lead Climbing Skills & Competency” clinic. The clinic – hosted in partnership with High Point Climbing School & Guide Service – gives experienced climbers the opportunity to sharpen their lead climbing skills and test their competency at the crag. The clinic will cover how to lead harder and safer, as well as pointers for training, effective tactics, and the psychology of leading safely and enjoyably, Participants should have an understanding of leading at a 5.8 level.Image courtesy of Red Bull Content PoolThis weekend event would not be possible without the tremendous support of our presenting sponsors: UTC, Rock/Creek, High Point Climbing School & Guide Service, and Arcteryx, with additional support from the Crash Pad and the Triple Crown Bouldering Series. Registration for the weekend events is available online at shop.americanalpineclub.org.About The American Alpine Club:The American Alpine Club is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose vision is a united community of competent climbers and healthy climbing landscapes. Together with our members, the AAC advocates for American climbers domestically and around the world; provides grants and volunteer opportunities to protect and conserve the places we climb; hosts local and national climbing festivals and events; publishes two of the worldʼs most sought-after climbing annuals, the American Alpine Journal and Accidents in North American Mountaineering; cares for the worldʼs leading climbing library and countryʼs leading mountaineering museum; manages the Hueco Rock Ranch, New River Gorge Campground, and Grand Teton Climbersʼ Ranch as part of a larger lodging network for climbers; and annually gives $80,000+ toward climbing, conservation, and research grants that fund adventurers who travel the world. Learn about additional programs and become a member at americanalpineclub.org.
I have a long history with the Boy Scouts of America. I am an Eagle Scout and have held a lot of leadership positions in the organization, both on a local and national level. and I worked on summer camp staff for several years. My best friends in the world are those I made through my involvement with Scouting.The caption for the photo above is a quote from the founder of the Order of the Arrow, a service organization in the Scouts. The purpose and sole duty of “Arrowmen” is to serve others. It’s as simple as that. There are a variety of ways to serve, too many to discuss here. Suffice to say that every action, project, or work should be tied back to that very simple goal: to serve others.People lead organizations from all demographics, age groups, creed, race, and backgrounds. The vast majority of these leaders are good at their jobs. Some could use an ego adjustment. A few fall into the category of “servant-leaders.”The concept of “Servant-Leadership” is catching on. Organizations that use the philosophy often enjoy the best productivity, highest profits, and lowest turnover of employees. As a leader, who wouldn’t want those things? continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The IT director said there is a backup of the system that could help the county restore all of their computers. The county Director of Information and Technology Herman Ericksen told 12 News the county system was attacked over the weekend. Hackers locked out employees and demanded $450 for each computer in exchange for giving back control; this is commonly known as a ransomware attack. NORWICH (WBNG) — Unable to access any of their computer network, Chenango County employees have had to come up with other solutions. Ericksen said not all but most county departments were affected. He said Thursday Chenango County is not going to pay the ransoms, but rather try to rebuild the server themselves. Ericksen said the New York State Police, as well as state tech experts, and the Department of Homeland Security are currently assisting the county. There is no clear timeline on how long the cyberattack will last, and Ericksen said he didn’t know how long it would take to rebuild the system either.
Expect to see some people wearing Indianapolis Colts jerseys in Greensburg on Thursday. The Colts Fan Fest will stop at the Decatur County Courthouse from 5-7 p.m.Greensburg is just one of three locations selected to host the event. The fan fest is an opportunity to meet Colts players and cheerleaders, register to win tickets and receive free giveaways.It is also a chance to participate in the Play 60 Zone, experience the teams traveling museum called Colts In Motion, listen to live music featuring the Hunter Smith Band and visit the organizations mobile team shop.
USC power forward Leonard Washington will be academically ineligible for the rest of the fall semester, coach Kevin O’Neill said Monday.Washington, a 6-foot-7, 230-pound sophomore from Louisiana, averaged 9.8 points and 6.7 rebounds last season and saw decent playing time despite coming off the bench. A high ankle sprain prevented him from playing in late December and early January, but he was able to recover and join the Trojans in time for their Pac-10 championship run.Winter break · USC power forward Leonard Washington won’t be available to play when the Trojans open their season in November. – Dieuwertje Kast | Daily TrojanThis is not the first problem that Washington has had with academic clearance at USC. In 2007, when he committed to USC as a senior in high school, Washington did not meet entrance requirements and was forced to spend a year at Compton’s Thurgood Marshall School before enrolling at USC in 2008.Washington joins the laundry list of USC personnel that will be gone for the start of the 2009 season. The Trojans lost starters Daniel Hackett, Taj Gibson and DeMar DeRozan to the NBA draft, and former coach Tim Floyd resigned in June amid rumors of his connection to an ongoing NCAA investigation. Only senior guard Dwight Lewis returns for the Trojans as a starter in 2009.If Washington meets the academic requirements, he will be able to return to action by January, near the start of the Pac-10 season.
It’s been more than a decade since Castlegar hockey fans celebrated a Kootenay International Junior Hockey League title.So waiting a few more days shouldn’t be that big of a problem.The North Okanagan Knights staved off elimination by edging out the Rebels 3-2 in Game four of the KIJHL Championship Saturday in Armstrong.Despite being outshot 58-20, the Knights found just enough offence to steal the victory and force Game five of the best-of-seven series Monday back in the Sunflower City. Castlegar holds a commanding 3-1 lead in the series.Dryden Profeit, Connor Richards and Mat Lambert, with the winner in the third, scored for the Knights.That would be all the scoring netminder Dustin Nikkel would need as the game’s first star frustrated the Rebel shooters all game long.Darren Medeiros, unassisted in the second, and Stuart Walton, with time running out in the third, replied for Castlegar.North Okanagan held period leads of 1-0 and 2-1.Castlegar netminder Jordan Gluck lost for the first time in the Championship series.PLAYOFF BANTER: Monday’s puck drop at the Castlegar Complex for Game five is 7:30 p.m. . . .The Victoria Cougars booked tickets to the Cyclone Taylor Cup by sweeping the Comox Valley Glacier Kings in the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League Final. Victoria joins host Comox Valley in the Cyclone Taylor Cup beginning April 11 on Vancouver Island. . . . Richmond Sockeyes swept out the Aldergrove Kodiaks to win the Pacific Coast Junior Hockey League title and earn a berth into the Cyclone Taylor Cup.
ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 18, 2015)–Last early in a field of nine older fillies and mares, Kitten’s Point took advantage of a fast pace and came rolling in the final furlong to take Sunday’s $75,000 Astra Stakes at Santa Anita, as jockey Flavien Prat guided the Pennsylvania-bred daughter of Kitten’s Joy to a length and a half win while covering 1 ½ miles on turf in 2:26.61.Trained by Graham Motion, Kitten’s Point closed much ground when eighth, beaten six lengths in the one mile turf Kathryn Crosby Stakes at Del Mar on Nov. 7, and she obviously appreciated the added distance on Sunday as she ran down favored Lady Pimpernel to win going away.“I worked her and she did very well,” said Prat, who was aboard for the first time in the afternoon. “She’s not really fast the first part of the race but it was a fast pace so I think she liked that. She was able to have that great finish.”Off at 4-1, Kitten’s Point paid $10.60, $4.60 and $3.20. Owned by Augustin Stable, she improved her overall record to 12-4-3-1 and with the winner’s share of $47,700, increased her earnings to $328,665.“Graham aimed Kitten’s Point for this race right after her last out at Del Mar,” said assistant trainer Alice Chapman. “We thought the mile and a half distance would be a perfect spot for her.”Ridden by Victor Espinoza, English-bred Lady Pimpernel showed good early speed but was taken off the pace to fifth as the field passed the judges the first time around. She inched clear leaving the three eighths pole and out-gamed Lady of Gold late to finish second by a head. Off at 7-5, Lady Pimpernel paid $2.80 and $2.20.Lady of Gold, who is also trained by Motion, was third-best under Kent Desormeaux and finished two lengths in front of Scooter Bird. Off at 7-2, Lady of Gold paid $2.60 to show.There will be special Martin Luther King, Jr. Day racing at Santa Anita on Monday. First post time is at 12:30 p.m. and admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.
BOSTON – The road woes continued for the A’s on Tuesday night at Fenway Park, with a lacking offense only able to muster three hits on the night as they lost to the Red Sox, 5-1.The loss was the fifth in a row for Oakland, all on the road, their longest such streak of the season. Last year the club never lost more than three games in a row away from Oakland Coliseum.Entering the night, the team was hitting just .172 over the first four games of this road stand, before Rick Porcello lowered …