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Cundy joins Torquay United

first_imgThe defender has been recalled from his spell at Exeter City following a lack of game time since joining in pre-season amid interest from a selection of clubs.City believe a move to the Gulls will be beneficial for Robbie’s development following successful spells in recent years for other Robins players including Jake Andrews, Opi Edwards, Connor Lemonheigh-Evans and Saikou Janneh.last_img

Speculation continues over Stones and Austin

first_imgA round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving QPR and Chelsea…There continues to be speculation that Newcastle will move for Charlie Austin when the transfer window re-opens in January.They were among a number of clubs consistently reported to have been pursuing a deal for the QPR striker this summer despite the Magpies not making an approach.AdChoices广告The Sunday Mirror claim Newcastle made a pre-deadline attempt to sign him last week by sounding Rangers out over a £10m player-exchange deal involving midfielder Rolando Aarons.And it suggested that Newcastle hope they will still win the apparent battle to sign the 26-year-old.Austin was linked with several clubs but has remained at QPRWith Everton having refused to sell John Stones before the recent transfer window closed, there is already speculation that Chelsea will try again to sign the England defender in January.The Sun on Sunday say Chelsea are planning to offer Bertrand Traore to Everton as part of an exchange deal.The Sunday Mirror, meanwhile, predict that Chelsea will make what would be their fifth attempt to take Stones, 21, to Stamford Bridge.The Blues will need to bid close to £40m in order to get their man, it is suggested.The Sunday Mirror also say Branislav Ivanovic could move to the United States at the end of the season.Ivanovic has made a poor start to the seasonIvanovic, who turns 32 in February, is in the final year of his contract at Chelsea and it is claimed that New York City – where his former Blues team-mate Frank Lampard plays – and LA Galaxy would want him.Again it is claimed, this time by the Sunday Times, that Chelsea tried sign Anthony Martial prior to the French teenager’s pre-deadline move to Manchester United from Monaco.And the Sun on Sunday suggest Martial had been on the radars of Chelsea and Manchester City since the age of 11. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Half-time: Leeds United 0 QPR 0

first_imgQPR competed well in the first half but lost Jamie Mackie after he picked up what appeared to be another hamstring injury.Rangers forward Mackie, who missed more than three months of the season with a hamstring problem, went off after 24 minutes at Elland Road.He was replaced by Sebastian Polter, who picked up a knock during Friday’s defeat against Middlesbrough and was left out of the starting line-up in favour of Conor Washington.AdChoices广告Junior Hoilett and Massimo Luongo were also recalled to the side, with Tjaronn Chery and Karl Henry dropping to the bench.Rangers failed to trouble 19-year-old goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell, who is making his senior debut for Leeds, before the youngster kept out a shot from Hoilett on 38 minutes.Earlier, Hoilett sent an effort over and Matt Phillips fired wide of the near post as both teams struggled to create clear-cut chances.And in the final seconds of the half, Polter and Washington were just unable to connect with Phillips’ cross.At the other end, in-form Rangers keeper Alex Smithies comfortably gathered efforts from Mustapha Carayol and former Brentford man Stuart Dallas. QPR: Smithies; Onuoha, Angella, Hall, Perch; Phillips, Faurlin, Luongo, Hoilett; Mackie (Polter 25), Washington.Subs: Ingram, Robinson, Henry, Chery, Gladwin, El Khayati. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

| Serena Notout‌ | Mangalam

first_imgNew York: Former world number one Serena Williams Open Tennis: Grand Slam women’s singles advance to quarterfinals. US star Serena defeated Sloane Stephens in the third round. Score: 2-6, 6-2, 6-2.Sloane won the first set, but the 38-year-old Serena struggled with increased vigor.Serena easily won sets two and three, shaking Sloane through trademark shots. U.S. Serena also holds the record for most wins in open singles. Serena overtook Chris Evert with 102 singles victories.Serena, who shares Chris Evert’s record of 23 Grand Slam titles, can match Margaret Court’s record if she wins here. Serena has not won a Grand Slam title since the 2017 Australian Open. Maria Zachary will face Serena in the pre-quarterfinals today. Serena’s leap proves that her time is not over. Victoria Azarenka, Sofia Kenin and Svetana Pirankova also reached the pre-quarters.In the men’s singles, Dominique Thiem, Fran ഫ്രois T. Yafo and Uger Eliasim also advanced to the quarterfinals. Sloan is the winner of 2017. The wait for Serena’s record seemed to be long as she surrendered without significant resistance in the first set.The player showed that his fighting spirit has not been harmed. Burning in the next two sets, Serena kept her dream of a 24th Grand Slam. The three-year-old daughter, who watched her husband ‘s lap match, is ahead of Olympia – Serena’s career-best victory.Serena responded after the match that she believed she had seen her mother struggle. In the other women’s third round singles, Kevin defeated Ons Jabur 7-6, 6-3, Pirankova 6-4, 6-1, Donna Vekic 6, former world number one Victoria Azarenka 6-4, 6-2.In the men’s category, second seed Austria’s Dominik Thiem defeated 2014 champion Marin Cilic of Croatia. Score: 6-2, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3. Tim, who played 18 winners, made only four unforced errors. Tim had seven chances in the first two sets and broke the serve four times.last_img read more

Eddie Howe struggles to keep it together in emotional interview after Bournemouth are relegated from Premier League

first_img People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. EDDIE HOWE held back tears as he reflected on Bournemouth’s relegation from the Premier League.The Cherries beat Everton 3-1 on the final day of the season but Aston Villa’s draw with West Ham meant Dean Smith and Co finished a point above the Cherries to stave off the drop.Bournemouth boss Howe was emotional after his side’s relegationCredit: AP:Associated PressSpeaking after his side’s win at Goodison Park, Howe was unsurprisingly emotional to see the end of Bournemouth’s five-year stint in the Premier League.He said: “The emotions are just a lot of pain. I feel very emotional trying to keep it together.“I feel really sad for the supporters of this club.“They haven’t been with us for the last part of the journey and that’s made it even harder.“I think it’s a time for reflection, it’s a time to see what the next step is. “I need to sit down with people at Bournemouth and see what we’re going to do next.”Pressed on whether he was committed to bringing Bournemouth back up to the Premier League, Howe did not commit.He added: “The one thing I can’t question within myself is my commitment to the job, to what I’ve tried to give this year.“It’s not been through a lack of effort.“Now is a time for reflection, and I’ll speak to the people I need to speak to and see what we do.”Howe, 42, was the longest-serving manager among Premier League bosses in 2019-20 having rejoined Bournemouth in October 2012 after an 18-month spell at Burnley.The Cherries finished the season on 34 points, taking just seven points from their remaining nine games after the season’s restart.Fans convinced Solskjaer told Nathan Ake Man Utd ‘need a left-footed centre-back’ after Bournemouth win Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heelscenter_img What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uklast_img read more

Man Utd at war with Sheffield United over Dean Henderson’s wages as keeper nears new £100k-a-week Old Trafford deal

first_img What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 MANCHESTER UNITED want Sheffield United to pay all of Dean  Henderson’s wages next season.And as the England hopeful closes in on a new £100,000-a-week contract at Old Trafford — despite interest from Chelsea — that is causing problems for Chris Wilder’s side.Man Utd want Sheffield United to pay all of Dean Henderson’s wages next seasonBlades have paid a chunk of the goalkeeper’s contract over the past two seasons  — but that was a lot less than his new terms.The Red Devils may be willing to send Henderson out on loan again next season but want his bumper salary covered.Old Trafford chiefs are comfortable offering 23-year-old Henderson a lucrative, long-term deal to keep him happy.But they are now talking tough when it comes to loan deals for him. United could keep blunder-prone David de Gea, 29, for one more season to allow Henderson further time to develop.Henderson finished with 13 – the same as De Gea – which was the joint third.Meanwhile, Bournemouth want £25million for their keeper Aaron Ramsdale, to deter the Blades and his other Premier League admirers.Bramall Lane boss Wilder is eyeing the 22-year-old and could be put off by that price tag.However, Sheffield United are due a slice of the profit from his sale as Ramsdale left them for the Cherries in a £1m deal 3½ years ago.There will be plenty of top-flight interest in him as he is regarded as one of the best young English keepers around.Man Utd target Jadon Sancho enjoys hard-earned summer break with water sports, healthy diet and workouts 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heelscenter_img Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uklast_img read more

Cities across the globe pay tribute to London terror attack victims

first_img@MayorOfTelAviv/Twitter(NEW YORK) — Cities across the globe paid tribute to the victims of Wednesday’s terror attack in London by flying flags at half-mast, illuminating buildings in the Union Jack’s red, white and blue — or in the case of the Eiffel Tower, by going dark altogether.Three people were killed and at least 29 hospitalized after a man driving a car struck pedestrians and three police officers on Westminster Bridge. The car then crashed into the fence around the Houses of Parliament, and the man, armed with a knife attacked an officer who was guarding Parliament, police said. The suspect was killed by police.The Library of Birmingham in Britain’s second largest city was lit red, white and blue to honor the attack’s victims.“Tonight the Second City #brum stands shoulder-to-shoulder with #London following today’s #Westminster attack,” tweeted Birmingham council.Across the English Channel in France, the Eiffel Tower in Paris went dark at midnight.“I will turn my lights off tonight, at midnight, to pay tribute to the victims of the London attack. #EiffelTower,” read a tweet posted on the Eiffel Tower’s timeline.Across the pond in Florida, the 400-foot-tall Orlando Eye Ferris wheel was bathed in red, white, and blue. “We stand with London. #prayforlondon,” read a caption alongside a photo of the Eye it posted on Instagram.In Canada, police in British Columbia’s capital of Victoria flew flags at half-mast.“Our flags are at half-mast to honour fallen @metpoliceuk officer Keith Palmer & the other victims in London. #thinblueline,” tweeted the Victoria Police Department.And in Israel’s largest city, Tel Aviv, the city hall was illuminated with a Union Jack on one side, and the Israeli flag on the other side.“#TelAviv City Hall lit up tonight in colours of the Union Jack, in solidarity with the city of #London and my colleague @SadiqKhan,” tweeted mayor Ron Huldai. Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

Connor Carrick And Tom Wilson Named Assistant Captains For Plymouth Whalers

first_imgThe Plymouth Whalers have announced that Capitals prospects Connor Carrick and Tom Wilson have been named assistant captains for their 2012-2013 OHL season. Wilson was the Capitals second first round pick of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, while Carrick was the Capitals’ 5th round selection. Wilson is clearly more excited about that judging by his picture. Carrick is clearly some kind of humble super hero judging by his.Please follow and like us:last_img

2017 Sumner County Fair Results

first_img2. Their yellow heads follow the sun, the medallion search has just begun. (It’s in a sunflower seed package.) 8. In the alley of the Learning Center is the place, hurry and you will win the race. (It is behind the Learning Center.)Found after the fifth clue by Alexis Rice and Ryann Sturm.OPEN CLASS FLOWER RESULTS Lois Austin: Blue: baby zinnia, large marigold, double petunia, ruffled petunia, red geranium, red-orange geranium, snapdragons, vinca, miscellaneous cut flower, miscellaneous three cut flowers, any three perennial flowers, single white perennial, fall silk arrangement, fresh coffee table arrangement, fresh foliage arrangement, yellow wheat/grain arrangement with yellow flowers, three or more plants in a single planter, philodendron in water, wheat arrangement, and any large arrangement.Red: small zinnia, floribunda rose, unusual flower, three yellow annuals, three purple perennials, and Patriotic arrangement.White: purple annual and large zinnia.Sweepstakes: Best three cut flowers for snapdragons. Best cut flower arrangement and Best of show for foliage arrangement.Rosie Bernard: Blue: house plant in bloom and philodendron in soil.Ken Carothers: Red: three cut roses.White: single named rose and three plain petunias.First place – wild sunflower.Shari Carothers: Blue: three-stem cut roses and miniature arrangement.Red: single named rose.  White: wildflower arrangement.Third place – wild sunflower.Linda Chase: Blue: white annual, red annual, purple annual, any other annual, three flowering herbs, three non-flowering herbs, and three ruffled petunias.Red: single flower herb and single non-flowering herb.Karla Davis: Blue: Parade theme.Red: succulent.Keelen Eaton: Blue: Wild sunflower.Gail Feely: Blue: Any potted plant in bloom and house plant in bloom.Red: miscellaneous house plant.Grant Feely: Second place – wild sunflower.Velta Glenn: Blue: non-flowering house plant.Red: miscellaneous potted plant.White: miscellaneous single annual.LuAnn Jamison: Blue: white perennial.Lola Patton: Blue: Fall silk arrangement, buffet silk arrangement, Summer silk arrangement, and coffee table silk arrangement.Sweepstakes: Best silk arrangement (Fall).Matt Pryce: Blue: single gladiola.Red: wildflower arrangement.Sweepstakes: Best single annual.Emma Rahbaugh: Blue: Fairy garden.Michelle Schiltz: Blue: large zinnia.White: small zinnia.Carol Schmidt: Blue: African violet.Kathy Schmidt: Blue: hanging basket in bloom.White: miscellaneous plant.Bryan Taber: Blue: yellow annual, pink geranium, single named rose, yellow perennial, purple perennial, any other perennial, unusual flower, any other annual, summer arrangement, dinner table arrangement, woven basket arrangement, wildflower arrangement, Patriotic arrangement, perennial arrangement, all-white arrangement, and succulent.Red: red geranium, white geranium, purple annual, and plain petunia.White: red annual and vinca.Sweepstakes: Best potted plant.Pat Tracy: Blue: philodendron in soil, non-flowering hanging basket, and asparagus fern.Red: African violet.White: Christmas cactus.Marcia Weisharr: Red: small zinnia.Macey Lynn Wolff: Red: red annual, white annual, pink geranium, miscellaneous annual and three-stem vinca.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. The following are results of the 2017 Sumner County Fair. If there are results listed below e-mail us at sumnernewscow@gmail.com. LIVESTOCK Champion and Reserve Champion from each species of livestock were: Grace Theurer – Champion SteerCole Theurer – Reserve Champion SteerTatum Lee – Champion HeiferTitus Lee – Reserve Champion HeiferGrace Theurer – Champion Beef ShowmanSammie Strnad – Reserve Champion Beef ShowmanCole Theurer – Champion Market HogGrace Theurer – Reserve Champion Market HogLucas Kuchar – Champion Breeding GiltCole Theurer – Reserve Champion Breeding GiltGrace Theurer – Champion Hog ShowmanJoe Cooke – Reserve Champion Hog ShowmanSamantha Taton – Champion Meat GoatKayden Wolf – Reserve Champion Meat GoatMacey Pond – Champion Breeding DoeMacey Pond – Reserve Champion Breeding DoeAlyson Skaggs – Champion Goat ShowmanGavin Beesley – Reserve Champion Goat ShowmanHeidi Gulick – Champion Market LambHaley Gulick – Reserve Champion Market LambAubrey Pond – Champion Breeding EweCassidy Chase – Reserve Champion Breeding EweClaire Ginter – Champion Sheep ShowmanPayton Ginter – Reserve Champion Sheep Showman.KIDDIE PARADE WINNERSFirst — Ian Young as “Hoss the Trail Boss”Second – Emma & Avery Volavka and Miles RichardsonThird – Jayd & Charlotte Koch and Omega VaughnGRAND PARADE WINNERSFirst – Caldwell JaynesSecond – Caldwell Chamber of CommerceThird – Caldwell Czech Chapter #1Fourth – Caldwell Public LibraryMOST ENTRIES — $25 is awarded to each man, woman, girl and boy who bring the most entries to the fairMan – Ken Carothers with 31 entriesWoman – Lois Austin with 27 entriesBoy – Matt Pryce with 36 entriesGirls tied – Grace Bender and Mary Weber with 18 entries eachFAIR DOMESTIC SCIENCE Grand Champion Food – Ruth Campbell with Whole Wheat Bread.Reserve Champion Food – Ruth Campbell with Whole Wheat Rolls .Decorated Bread Award – Lola Patton.Best Bread Award – Ruth Campbell.Best Roll Award – Shari Carothers.Best Cake Award – Carol Schmitz.Cookie Jar Award – Joan Hemberger.Placings:Shari Carothers – 2B (blue); Ken Carothers – 1B, 1R (red); Joan Hemberger – 5B, 5R, 1W (white); Lela Sharp – 2R, 1W; Ruth Campbell – 7B, 2R, 2W; Lola Patton – 1B; Carol Schmitz – 1B; Marilyn Houlden – 1B, 1R, Bryan Taber – 1W.Prizes provided by Red Star Yeast, Edigers Venture Foods, Muffin Top Bakery, Drury Stars Club, and Rockin’ M Radio.Grand Champion Canning – Pat Tracy with Cinnamon PicklesReserve Champion Canning – Ruth Campbell with Peach PreservesFirst Place Canned Fruit – Ken Carothers with ApplesauceFirst Place Canned Vegetable – Ruth Campbell with BeetsSecond Place Canned Vegetable – Pat Tracy with TomatoesFirst Place Soft Spread – Ruth Campbell with Peach PreservesSecond Place Soft Spread – Ruth Campbell with Peach ButterFirst Place Pickles – Pat Tracy with Cinnamon PicklesSecond Place Pickles – Ruth Campbell with Beet Pickle.Placings:Ruth Campbell – 5B,1R; Linda Messing – 1R; Pat Tracy – 2B, 1R; Ken Carothers – 1B, 1R, 1W; Patsy McCoy – 1R; Shari Carothers – 2R, 1W.Prizes provided by Newell Brands.CLOTHING6TH GRADE AND UNDERSkirt – 1. Regan Hedstrom, 2. Addison Heater, 3. Allison Burnah.Short or jams – Addison Skaggs (reserve champion).Accessory – Skaggs.Other sewing items – 1. Heater, 2. Alvin Bacon.Dress – 1. Regen Hedstrom. 2. Reese Hedstrom.7TH AND 8TH GRADEAccessory – Matt Pryce.Stuffed toy or pillow – Pryce.HIGH SCHOOL AND ABOVE LEVELOther sewing item – 1. Rylee BakerHousehold item – Baker.Wash Dress – Sammie Strnd.Better Dress – Rylee Baker (Grand Champion).FIBER ARTS1. Jacee Theurer.NEEDLE ARTS1. Cheyenne Weber.CROCHET1. Cheyenne Weber.CAKE AND PIES1. Aiden Beasley. 2. Anna Bender.BUNDT CAKE1. Pryce. 2. Grace Theurer.DECORATED OR NOVELTY CAKE1. Mary Weber.BREADLoaf – white bread: 1. Rylee Baker, 2. Harper Ginter, 3. Addison Heater.Loaf – Quick bread: 1. Pryce, 2. Caitlyn Pray, 3. Makenna Beasley.Other yeast bread: Grace Theurer.Other variety bread: G. Theurer.Drop cookies: 1. Sammie Strnad. 2. Haley Gulick. 3. Addison Heater.Bar cookie: 1. G. Theurer, 2. Grace Bender.Rolled cookie: 1. Aiden Beasley, 2. Gavin Beasley.Unbaked cookie: 1. Josie Turek, 2. Allison Burnah.Shaped or molded: 1. Clair Ginter. 2. Addie Skaggs.Other cookie: 1. Cheyenne Weber. 2. Allison Burnah, 3. Matt Pryce.Snickerdoodle cookie: Lucy Boyles.Brownie: 1. Kelly Theurer. 2. Sammy Strnad. 3. Makenna Beasley.Muffins (choice): 1. Halley Henderson. 2. Pryce. 3. G. Beasley.Frosted cupcakes: 1. Strnad. 2. M. Beasley.Fruit dessert: 1. Haley Gulick.White yeast roll: Caitlyn Pray.Cinnamon rolls: 1. G. Theurer. 2. Kamden Bainger.Candy: Pryce.Gift basket: M. Weber.GRAND CHAMPION FOODS: Grace Theurer. Reserve Champion- G. Theurer.JUNIOR CROPS AND GARDENWesley Weishaar 6 blues; Grayson Kuchar 1 blue; Gavin Beesley 1 blue, 1 white; Cheyenne Weber 1 red; May Weber 1 blue, 1 red; Jace Baker 1 blue, 1 red; Cole Theurer 1 bue; LA Thompson 1 blue; Makenna Beesley 2 blues; Aidan Beesley 1 blue; Alex Carothers 1 white; Jadon Brown and Trey Strnad 1 blue; Trey Strnad 1 red; Maecylynn Wolff 1 blue; DJ Colling 2 blues, 1 red.BIGGEST WILD SUNFLOWERThe biggest wild sunflower contest had four entries.  Maecylynn Wolff had the largest sunflower, followed by Cody Ruskanen, and then Cord Schmidt.  Each of these exhibitors won a monetary prize for their efforts.PHOTOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT The photography department had 30 junior exhibitors and 15 adult exhibitors bring 120 junior photos and 54 adult photos to the fair.Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion for the professional class was Nick Schale.Grand Champion adult photo was taken by Mary Steffen, and Reserve Grand Champion went to Deana Carothers.Gavin Beesley took the Grand Champion in the youth division, and the reserve went to Kamden Basinger.4-H Grand Champion went to Aidan Beesley and reserve to Barrett Hearlson.CRAFTS6TH GRADE AND UNDER:OVERALL WINNER: Holly Henderson, Conway Springs, first. Jacee Theurer, South Haven, second. Tahlia Medina, Wellington, third.Ceramics Glazed – Henderson.Ceramics Original Mold Glazed – Allorah Caruthers, Caldwell.Decorated Miscellaneous – Jacee Theurer, South Haven.Decorated refurbished – Henderson.Craft Creation – 1. Cheyenne Weber, Well.; 2. Barrett Hearlson, Well.; 3. Tahlia Mediana, Well.Paper Creation – 1. Jagger Turek, Cald. 2. Grace Bender, C.S.Fabric Creation – 1. Claire Ginter, Well.Woodburning – J. Turek.Wire Sculpture – Addi Skaggs, B.P.Others – 1. Cheyenne Weber, Well. 2. Ava Newell, Caldwell.Lego – 1. Zak Eaton, Caldwell, 2. Colt Schmidt, Caldwell; 3. Keelen Eaton, Caldwell.Craft kit – 1. Grace Bender, C.S.; 2. Addi Skaggs, B.P. 3. Kelly Theurer, S.H.String Creation – 1. C. Weber, Well.; 2. Elora Hearlson, Well. 3. Tahlia Media, Well.Light Creation – 1. C. Weber, Well.; 2. B. Hearlson, Well.; 3. T. Medina, Well.7TH GRADE TO SENIORS:Ceramics turned wheel – Alysa Stewart, Well.Ceramics Glazed – 1. Matt Pryce, Well.; 2. Stewart.Ceramics (Original mold) glazed – 1. Pryce. 2. Payton Ginter, Well.Leather craft with lacing – Pryce.Leather craft dyed – Pryce.Stained glass – Pryce.Rejazz – 1. Gavin Beesley, C.S. 2. Cooper Boyes, C.S.Decorated T-shirt – Pryce.  Christmas decorations – 1. Cooper Boyles, C.S. 2. Pryce.Craft Creation – 1. Makenna Beesley, C.S. 2. Mary Weber, Well. 3. Aidan Beesley, C.S.Craft Collection – Pryce.Holiday Creation- Cooper Boyes.Doupage – Mary Weber, Well.String – 1. Weber, 2. Devin Bannon, Well.Wood – 1. Weber, 2. Allah Caruthers, Caldwell.Other – 1. Makenna Beesley, C.S.; 2. Pryce.Lighted Creation – 1. Weber, 2. Beesley, 3. Bannon.Paper Creation – Stewart.ADULTWood Creation – 1. Bryce Allen, Argonia; 2. Nancy Nuss, C.S.Flowers – Lenny Scheufler, Well.Miscellaneous – 1. Scheufler. 2. Mandy Weber, Well.Miscellaneous string – Weber.Christmas decoration – Weber.Holiday decoration – Weber.Craft Creation – Scheufler.JUNIOR GRAND CHAMPION – Makenna Beesley, C. Springs  (Horse).  Reserve Champion – Matt Pryce, Well., (lemon cheese cake)ADULT GRAND CHAMPION – Lenny Scheufler, Well. (Paper flowers). Reserve Champion – Scheufler, (Paper photo cake).BAKED PIE CONTESTGrand Champion Pie – Candy Loesch with a Skillet Apple Pie – $50 prizeReserve Grand Champion Pie – Ruth Campbell with a Pecan Pie – $25 prizeThird place Pie – Lela Sharp with a Coconut Cream Pie – $25 prizeOther pies baked by Ruth Campbell, Timothy Henry and Quinci Hiedeman, Dorothy Dvorak (2), Gail Feely, and Lela Sharp.DIGITAL SCAVENGER HUNT Seven teams entered this contest.  Each team was given a list of clues describing places around Caldwell. Once they deciphered the clues they scurried to the places and took selfies of the team in front of the place. They had two hours to complete the task, and the team that finished with the most correct entries was declared the winner.Time taken to complete was used to break any ties.  First place went to the Shoffner Family who had 24 of 25 correct; coming in second was the Wolff Family with 21 of 25 correct, and third was the team of Grant and Shelby with 20 of 25 correct.  Other teams participating were Molly, Anna, and Holly; Lanie and Tristan; Rada and Daniel; and Grace and Ben.  Kathy Gann was chairman of this event.  Following is a list of clues  and answers:1. Don’t cross the tracks before checking in with us for information. (visitor center)2. I may be red, but I do not have any cows in my establishment. (Red Barn Café)3. Come see me to find many famous authors. (Public library)4. Stop and play while you view my awesome artwork. (elementary school playground)5. Come see me before you get to Boardwalk. Do not pass “Go”.  (Park Place building)6. I wonder if you will find an aria or a diva here. (Opera House)7. Roses are red. Violets are blue. Sugar is sweet, but no sugar found here. (Flowers Plus)8. We are not male, but we are still sweet. (Sugar Sisters)9. You used to be able to drive out of here with a new Chevy. (KanOkla Tech Store)10. I am not in the country and I am not red or blue. However, I am primary. (Village Green)11. Are you hungry? Stop here, but you will have to make it all yourself. (Ediger’s Grocery)12. I greet you as you arrive and remind you of our famous history (Arch)13. Kick, throw, run, hit, or slide. I am a gathering place or many to support our students. (Athletic Fields)14. I am a place to chill out on a hot day. (Swimming pool)15. Climb my steps for memories of childhood reading. (Carnegie Library building)16. Stop or go, fill-er-up!  (One Stop)17. Get the news here! (Caldwell Messenger)18. Feeling sick? Stop and see us. (Caldwell Family Clinic)19. From my height, I can see all around…especially from A and Arapahoe. (Coop elevator)20. You never want to visit me unless you are here to see someone else. (Hospital)21. I am here to help and will make an impact on your life! (Impact Bank)22. Thirsty?  I keep you all hydrated. (Water Tower)23. Stop and sit in the shade, read some signs, or just relax. (Gazebo)24. Gather here for community events all year long. (Rock Community Building)25. In days past, you came here to get well…but no more…just 4 white pillars. (Nuse residence on S. Osage, was once the hospital)HOBBY DEPARTMENT – Patyn Dvorak, Superintendent.7 junior exhibitors and 6 adult exhibitors brought 21 exhibits.  Results as follows:  Pat Tracy 5 blues and 2 reds; Lenny Scheufler 1 white; Matt Pryce 1 blue; Jeff Mortimer 1 blue; Sam Eaton 1 red; Zak Eaton 1 blue; Grace Bender 1 blue and 1 white; Molly Bender 2 blues; Holly Henderson 1 red; Colt Schmidt 1 blue; Cord Schmidt 1 red; Marilyn Houlden 1 blue.  Grand Champion in the adult division went to Matt Pryce with a camera collection, and Marilyn Houlden’s  antique basket was reserve champion.  In the youth division Grace Bender’s rock collection was Grand Champion, and Molly Bender’s butterfly collection was reserve champion.M&C PEDAL POWER(First and second advance to State Fair).Kids Tractor pull-4 years old1. Jhett Maudlin – 30.2. Martin Crumbliss – 30.3. Preslie Langford – 30.5 years old1. Cord Schmidt, 30.2. Reed Headstrom, 30.3. Bricky Weir, 30.6 years old1. Landon Goeckel – 30.2. Courtlyn Cullens – 30.3. Georgia Gulick – 30.7 years old1. Tanner Clark – 28.52. Richard Crumbliss – 24.11.3. Ty Otto – 18.8.8 year old1. Colt Schmidt, 21.32. Hiya Davis 21.23. Zak Eaton 17.8.9 year old1. Ava Newell, 30.2. Haley Gulick, 26.1.3. Jagger Turek, 22.1.10 year old1. Maecy Wolff, 27.9.2. Coal Vanzant 23.1.3. Brecken Hutlser, 19.11.11 year old1. Alivia Bacon, 27.72. Tanner Otto, 24.73. Cody Ruskanon, 22.11.12 year old1. Heidi Gulick, 29.8.2. Christopher Clark, 28.9.3. Wesley Weischaara, 18.1.2017 MEDALLION CLUES AND SOLUTIONS1. 90 Years along the Chisholm Trail, one more time and you won’t fail.    (It’s hidden behind the Chisholm Trail Learning Center which is on the Chisholm Trail.) Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments 5. It’s empty now but not for long, just study and you won’t be wrong. (Refers to the Learning Center. 6. You can bank on finding the prize, if you remember to lower your eyes.  (It’s on the ground.) 4. Kirstie knows the place to be, think like her and you will see.  (Refers to Kirstie Alley, and it’s in the alley.) 7. In a crevice is the place, search there and you’ll win the race. (It’s placed between the cellar and the wall.) 3. One and two and in-between, maybe now it can be seen.  (It’s hidden between 1st and 2nd streets.)last_img read more

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Real Madrid future plagued with worries and demands

first_imgCristiano Ronaldo needs to be part of a winning project and he has let Florentino Perez know this. Marca have revealed that the Portuguese crack is a little bit unsettled and wants assurances that he can still win things with Madrid.  He holds Perez responsible because he did not have his back when the press got on his case. It marks a clear before and after in both Ronaldo and Madrid’s form.  Upd. at 13:00 Whistles from the Bernabeu crowd have also affected Ronaldo’s confidence at Madrid. And with an offer from PSG on the table, his doubts continue.  21/05/2015 He is conscious that his goals have not translated into titles this season and has made Perez aware of his doubts. center_img On top of that, Ronaldo is still hurt that the club did not defend him more after he was criticised for hosting his birthday party after the defeat to Atletico Madrid earlier this season.  The 30-year-old’s concerns are now known by Perez. Madrid’s future is in the air after a season without winning the league, the cup or the Champions League. Perez is already thinking about changing managers, now he has Ronaldo’s demands to take into consideration. Sport EN CESTlast_img read more