Fans can submit names using the hashtag #sallyssister, by email to SallysSister@santaanita.com or in person at Santa Anita with one of the customer service representatives who will timestamp the entry. The fan who submits the winning name will receive lunch for four in the FrontRunner restaurant, a picture with Sally’s Sister and a Carriage Ride at Santa Anita; or a $200 gift certificate from Champions! Gifts & Apparel. In cases of multiple submissions of the same name, the winner will be the first entry received. Arcadia, CA (Dec. 31, 2015) – Sally’s sister needs a name and Santa Anita is asking fans for their help. Entries will be accepted through 5:00 p.m. PT on Thursday, Jan. 7 and the winner will be announced Saturday, Jan. 9, which is also the day the Secretariat Vox Populi (Voice of the People) Award will be presented. The winning name will be chosen by Rickerd. The contest is also open to employees of Santa Anita, many of whom make a daily stop by the carriage barn to visit Sally, her sister and the other carriage horses. The 5-year-old Clydesdale filly, a half-sister to the popular ‘Sally,’ who pulls the carriage in the afternoon for racing officials, arrived at The Great Race Place from her home in Iowa just before Christmas with the name ‘Betsy.’ Santa Anita, however, doesn’t feel the name quite fits the blazed-face gentle giant. “She’s just not a ‘Betsy’,” explained Paige Rickerd, owner of Paige’s Horse & Carriage, who owns Sally and the other carriage horses at Santa Anita. “Sally has so many fans that we are hoping one of them has the right name for her sister.”
FRISCO, Texas – Houston Baptist’s Bailey Zappe and Andre Walker, along with Central Arkansas’ Hayden Ray, earned Southland Football Player of the Week honors, the league announced Monday. All weekly awards are presented by MidSouth Bank. Honorable Mention: Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, Southeastern Louisiana; Darion Dunn, McNeese; Nathan Grant, Central Arkansas; Eli Jones, Stephen F. Austin; Allen Pittman, Nicholls. Zappe, a junior quarterback, is the Offensive Player of the Week and teammate Walker, a senior defensive end, secured defensive honors. Junior kicker Ray secured Special Teams Player of the Week laurels. Ray enjoyed a perfect outing with three field goals in as many attempts and chipped in both his extra-point attempts, the last of which was the deciding point in the Bears’ 31-30 win over Abilene Christian. UCA completed its third double-digit fourth-quarter comeback, putting up 22 on the scoreboard in the final period. Honorable Mention: Gamar Girdy Brito, Houston Baptist; Matt McRobert, Sam Houston State; Max Quick, Stephen F. Austin; Blair Zepeda, Abilene Christian. Defensive Player of the Week: Andre Walker – Sr. – Defensive End – Slidell, La.Walker tallied a school-record four sacks, one shy of the Southland Conference record, for 27 yards lost. He totaled six tackles, including four solo stops. Walker recorded back-to-back sacks to force a Coyote punt in the second quarter, and HBU marched down the field to tie the game 17-17 on the ensuing series. His final sack dropped Austin Simmons for a 10-yard loss before pressuring Simmons to throw the game-sealing interception on the next play. Offensive Player of the Week: Bailey Zappe – Jr. – Quarterback – Victoria, TexasZappe racked up the 10th-most passing yards in Southland Conference history (513), broke his own school record for completions (41) and tied the program’s top mark with five touchdowns. The league leader in passing yards (1,062) and touchdowns (10) led the Huskies down the field for the game-winning touchdown, going 5-for-5 with 64 yards. Honorable Mention: Carlos Blackman, Central Arkansas; Chase Fourcade, Nicholls; Tracy James, Abilene Christian. Special Teams Player of the Week: Hayden Ray – Jr. – Kicker – Bryant, Ark.Ray was flawless for the Bears in their Southland Conference opener, hitting field goals of 21, 37 and 23 yards while knocking both of his extra points through the uprights. The final boot gave UCA a 31-30 lead with 90 seconds remaining as the Bears completed their third fourth-quarter comeback in as many games this season. The Huskies snapped a 20-game losing streak against FCS opponents with a 53-52 road win over South Dakota, setting or matching seven school records in the process. Zappe went 5-for-5 to march HBU down the field for the decisive touchdown, and Walker helped halt the Coyotes’ ensuing drive with one of his career-high four sacks. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
It should be noted that these four strikers are all of the most prominent in the scoring side wearing the shirt of the Castellon team, Rossi and Forlán being the most prolific strikers in history; while Victor and Craioveanu are among the best.To these strikers who scored in their debut two special cases are added, since they are two youth players who scored on their first day, such as Jonathan Pereira and Fernando Niño. A special club in which they are not forward like: Gerard Moreno, Sonny Anderson, Bakambu, Joseba Llorente, Nihat, Roberto Soldado, Tomasson or Ekambi among others.And what if they would be Villarreal players who also scored in their premiere, but the team being in the Second Division, which would be players like: Jeremy Perbet, Walter Pandiani and Fernando Cavenaghi. Paco Alcácer debuted with Villarreal marking in his first game, seeing door at forty-five minutes of the game against Osasuna at the Ceramics Stadium. A circumstance that makes the Valencian striker one of the strikers of Villarreal that starts marking in his debut with his new team, something that makes him part of a group of chosen yellow history.And is that the group of strikers who premiered in the top category was made up of five players, What are they: Gica Craioveanu, Víctor Fernández, Giuseppe Rossi, Gio Dos Santos and Diego Forlán, to which the Valencian striker now joins.
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Internal Affairs Minister Morris Dukuly has observed that efforts aimed at taking the country to the next level will require peace and reconciliation as the only options.Minister Dukuly made the statement when he spoke Monday, May 19, at the event marking the first friendship and reconciliation luncheon held in Monrovia. The event was organized by the Liberia Peace Initiative (LPI) to reunite citizens of Nimba and Grand Gedeh counties.The Internal Affairs Minister said the two counties prior to the Liberian civil war had intermarriage tides. Minister Dukuly, however, expressed optimism that with the launch of the peace initiative between the two counties, it will eventually resolve their differences and stand for a just cause.He also urged Peace Ambassador George M. Weah not to focus his attention only on Nimba and Grand Gedeh Counties, rather to include counties that have issues of land related conflict in order to ensure that there is peace in every part of Liberia.“We must put to practice the peace we speak of every day, and carry out peace building activities in our various communities. The government remains committed to insuring there is peace and stability in Liberia.”“I am also urging the media because the media plays a major role in the peace process. Your role is major because many at times, people react to the kind of stories you published and your head-lines. But again, without the media, we cannot have a sustained peace.”Senator Prince Y. Johnson of Nimba County is of the opposing view that both counties are the real problems. According to him, if Ambassador Weah does not look at the root cause of the whole situation, then he will not have his (Sen. Johnson’s) support. “I have already told him that,” Sen. Johnson added. “We don’t have money to buy guns, so let’s involve everybody including the traditional leaders and traditional council,” Senator Johnson suggested. According to the Nimba lawmaker, the peace process should include those who he claimed brought into the conflict the guns.“The Ambassador should set up a national conference to involve all of us and bring us to one voice then I know he is serious,” Senator Johnson urged.Like Senator Johnson, Senator Thomas Grupee of Nimba County is also of the view that both counties still maintain their good friendship, and there is no cause for alarm.He added that since the allotment US$5 million into the peace process, much has been done and the occasion is a dream comes true.He also agreed with his colleague, Senator Johnson on the inclusion of all the stakeholders to the Liberian conflict.For his part, George Bolly, a head of the disbanded rebel Liberia Peace Council (LPC) expressed gratitude for the Peace Initiative, which he described as ‘kind gesture.’He said that peace is about the young people and their future, therefore, the situation of Nimba and Grand Gedeh counties is a mere illusion of other people.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Emery Flomo, 18, died in Karnplay, Gbehlay-Geh, Nimba County after he reportedly ate a coconut that residents said contained poison.Five other persons who also reportedly shared the coconut with Flomo are said to be in critical condition at a local health center, Radio Karn Voice of Peace has reported.According to the radio station, Flomo was pronounced dead upon arrival at a local clinic shortly after he reportedly ate the coconut and thereafter complained of stomachache. Radio Karn reported that residents are still in shock and disbelief over the incident, which occurred on Sunday, January 7.Flomo and few of his colleagues reportedly received and ate the ‘poisonous’ coconut from one of their friends.His colleagues who shared the coconut with him reportedly came down with similar stomach pains. They are being treated at a local clinic, while one them is admitted in the intensive care unit of the Karnplay Clinic, the county health team has confirmed.Officers of the Liberia National Police assigned with the Karnplay detail are reportedly investigating the incident. A police officer said the alleged coconut seller (name withheld) is helping a team of investigators at the Sanniquellie Police Station, where the investigation is being conducted.While the the county health team and the LNP are investigating the cause of Flomo’s death, a sample of specimen nurses took from the deceased before he was laid to rest on Tuesday, two days after his death, is being studied, Dr. Collins Bowah, the County Health Officer, has disclosed.Family members have described Flomo’s death as mysterious. Some of them are of the opinion that he was poisoned by some of his friends.Flomo’s death is reportedly causing fear among the locals, with some bringing up visions of the deadly Ebola crisis in 2014, when so many people perished in a similar manner.Karnplay is situated close to the border with Ivory Coast. It is one of Nimba County’s food baskets and its leading cocoa belt.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A poultry farmer was on Saturday morning electrocuted a short distance from his Garden of Eden homeMajayid Muhammedwhile pumping water into several tanks leading to his chicken pens.Dead is Majayid Muhammed of Lot 50 Garden of Eden, East Bank Demerara (EBD). He was found dead at about 05:30h by his father-in-law, Hassan Insanally. This newspaper was told that the 30-year-old man was found in a trench with the electrical cable in his hands. Immediately after the discovery, the Police were summoned and in turn, rushed the man to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre, EBD, where he was pronounced dead.His wife, Sarika Insanally-Muhammed told Guyana Times that she and her husband woke up early on Saturday to start prayers since they are observing Ramadan. After prayers, she recalled going back to bed with one of her daughters since she was not feeling well.After sometime and she did not hear her husband’s voice or any movements so she called out to her father and they started to look for the man. During their search they found him in the trench and from all indications it appeared as though he was electrocuted.She noted that her father phoned the Police and within minutes they arrived and launched an investigation. They then took her husband to hospital.When Guyana Times visited the home of the dead man, several relatives were expressing condolences to the family. As the mourning wife sat on the chair with her baby in hand, she related that her husband’s death is a major blow to her and the two children, ages six years, and seven months old.Her husband, the woman stated is a chef by profession but at the time of his demise he worked with Mohamed’s Poultry Establishment in the village.Guyana Times was told that the dead man was originally from Jamaica but moved permanently to Guyana four years ago.The wife noted that although they were married eight years now, they travelled to and from Jamaica for four years before settling here. His parents and siblings who reside in Jamaica have been notified of the incident.She described her husband as a hardworking individual who was family oriented. His body is at Lyken’s Funeral Home awaiting post mortem. (Bhisham Mohamed)
The B-C government and the forest industry have come together on a plan to breathe new life into the struggling industry but, it will take a decade to do it. Forests Minister Pat Bell and forest industry executives say they’ll co-operate on efforts to find more value in each tree that’s logged, with the aim of having B-C lead the world on the issue by 2020. Canada currently generates 123 dollars of gross domestic product, from each cubic metre of wood, while the U-S gets almost 300 dollars and, Japan pulls in 664. – Advertisement -In addition to adding value to its wood products, B-C aims to strengthen the pulp sector and to continue to promote wood, as the world’s top building product.
RENNES, France – Tens of thousands of people filled the streets of five French cities Saturday to protest plans to build the next generation of nuclear reactors. The simultaneous protests organized by Get Out Of Nuclear, a collective made up of hundreds of associations, was intended to raise the prominence of the issue in the run-up to April-May presidential elections. Smaller-party candidates resolutely opposed to the construction of new facilities called European pressurized-water reactors joined the protesters. The nation must “get out of the nuclear business” and “invest in renewable energies like solar energy or wind power,” said Olivier Besancenot of the Radical Communist League, marching with protesters in the western city of Rennes. Organizers claimed the number of protesters in Rennes was 30,000 to 40,000. Police estimated the crowd at 10,000. There were also protests, with estimated crowds ranging from 4,000 to 9,000 people, in Lyon, Toulouse, Lille and Strasbourg. The most nuclear energy-dependent country in the world, France has dozens of reactors churning out most of its electricity. The first EPR is to be built in Flamanville, in northern France, and would be operational by 2012 – when the new president’s five-year mandate ends. Electricite de France, the state electrical company, has said the reactor would pave the way for other plants to adopt the more efficient pressurized-water technology by 2020. Socialist candidate Segolene Royal, whom polls place second behind the conservative Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, has said she would “open the debate” on EPR construction should she win, but made no yes-or-no commitment. Sarkozy has not directly addressed the issue. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Divock Origi 1 Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers accepted after the game that a wasteful performance in front of goal had cost his side in a disappointing performance against FC Sion.Liverpool took an early lead through Adam Lallana after only four minutes but were pegged back a mere 15 minutes later.Divock Origi and Lallana had a hatful of chances to win the game for the Reds and Rodgers admits Liverpool must improve in front of goal.“The result was disappointing, considering the number of chances we created,” he told BT Sport Europe.“We worked well and had a good start but gave away a disappointing goal with a young player just learning the game, it was probably their only chance.“To give away a goal like and create as many chances as we did, you’ve got to have enough quality to finish and that was unfortunately the story for us.“We worked hard but we should have scored the goals with the chances we created.”Origi showed glimpses of the potential that convinced Liverpool to splash out on him after the 2014 World Cup, but was guilty of missing several chances.Rodgers added: “We had a number of chances and you’ve got to be clinical. They were real good chances and unless you score them you won’t win at this level.“Give credit to them, they worked hard and defended well but we’re disappointed because we have to win a game like that.”On Origi’s performance, he said: “I thought Divock did well; all that was missing was a goal and he’ll be disappointed as he needs to add that to his game over the years.”