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Apr 20, 2018
Lewes blooms with Tulip Celebration
HistoricLewes.org or call at (302) 645-8073. For weather updates, call the chamber office at (302) 645-8073.Ashton Brown is a freelance writer living in Dover.Let's block ads!...Oct 27, 2016
Today: Uncle Sam Retracts the Clawbacks. A GOP Desert in LA
California National Guard members a decade ago, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter suspended it, with the goal of resolving claims by July 1. That stops short of the blanket waiver some Congress members are seeking. But the Pentagon’s concern is that forgiving debts in cases where soldiers didn’t complete their six-year enlistment contracts would set a bad precedent.
A GOP Desert in L.A.For 818,000 voters in Los Angeles County this general election, the ballot will include Democrat, Libertarian and independent candidates, but the only Republican names will be Donald Trump and Mike Pence. It’s the result of California’s relatively new primary system in which the two candidates who finish with the most votes in June move on, even if they are from the same party. Here’s why the local GOP has mostly given up on parts of the San Fernando Valley and Central L.A.More Politics-- An aide says he once arranged for $50 million in payments for Bill Clinton, according to a memo on WikiLeaks.
-- Meet the man responsible for making sure Hillary Clinton’s election strategy works.Once Again in Iraq, War Is HellThe battle to drive Islamic State from northwestern Iraq is being aided by information gleaned from cellphones and computers captured in Syria. That doesn’t mean the war is g... (Los Angeles Times)Jul 5, 2016
Founder of Johnny Janosik dies at 90
Christophel, Lindsay Morrison, Kariane L. Christophel, Ross A. Lugasi, Kyle P. Morrison, Sally A. Lugasi and Alexander Palmer. Great-grandchildren, Ashton Christophel, Kenley Christophel, Caleb Boyce and Colbie Boyce.
A mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, July 7, at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 532 East Stein Highway, Seaford, Del., at 11:00 a.m. Interment will follow in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Laurel. A celebration of life will also be held from 3-6 p.m., with food and fellowship at the Laurel Fire Department Hall 205 W. 10th St. Laurel, Del.
In lieu of flowers contributions are suggested to the Good Samaritan Shop, P.O. Box 643. Laurel, Del. 19956. Arrangements are in the care of the Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home in Laurel, Del.
(Furniture Today)Feb 3, 2016
Younger Generation: Celebrating the achievements of young adults in East Central Illinois
Josiah Croegaert, Zoe Dunn, Kiera Essex, Alex Frezzetto, Krista Habing, Josh Harris, Shireen Hassan, Rhajheem Haymon, Nick Henson, Will Kanter, Ashton Kimble, Scott King, Maria Laros, Yianni Laros, Seth Lerner, Ian Loechl, Ben Lun, Zac MacAdam, Peter Magro, Lauran Miller, Sarah Money, Adrienna Moore-Johnson, Lizz Morris, Tuan Nguyen, Quinton Ohlsson, Adriana Ortiz, Ben Parsons, Anwyn Payonk, Thomas Phelps, Liz Roadcap, Savannah Roberts, Anja Schrag, Omri Schwartz, Samantha Smith, Kaylee Spinner, Melody Song, Sienna Stolte, Sammi Thornbill, Phil Wachter, Maddy Walwik, Ben Wendt, Mallory Wentworth and Jack Wierschem.
Directors: LaDonna Wilson, Sarah Mohr, Cullyn Murphy, Marc Wilson, Alyssa Erickson and Scott Filkins.
Ten students in the 13th Congressional District have been nominated by U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville, for admittance to the U.S. military academies. Among them are William Espenschied of Monticello and McCoy Edward Lemmon of Champaign.
(Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette)Feb 3, 2016
OSU Football: A Recruiting Recap Of The Mike Gundy Era
Emmanuel Ogbah and Kevin Peterson brought the most return. Also among those three-stars were Seth Jacobs, Calvin Barnett Jhajuan Seales and Ashton Lampkin. Three-star quarterback Wes Lunt was named the starter this season.
2013 – National Rank 30 – Of the top three recruits in this class (Ra’Shaad Samples, Marcell Ateman and Naim Mustafaa) only Ateman remains on the team. Three-stars Jordan Sterns and Tre Flowers are starting safeties and this was a great d-line crop with Vincent Taylor, Ofa Hautau, Vili Leveni, Sam Wren and Ben Hughes.
2014 – National Rank 28 – From a star-perspective this class was one of Gundy’s highest-rated. Devon Thomas never made it and Tyreek Hill provided one season of excitement, but fellow four-stars Mason Rudolph, Gyasi Akem and Keenen Brown are still around. The Cowboys found three-star James Washington in the small town of Stamford, Texas. Jordan Brailford, from Tulsa’s Booker T. Washington, also has the look of a future star.
2015 – National Rank 39 – The consensus top recruits from last year’s class were four-stars Darrion Daniels, John Kolar and Kevin Henry. Daniels earned immediate playing time when Vili Leveni went down in the preseason while Kolar and Henry sat out the season. Chris Carson was the fourth-ranked Juco running back in the country and Motekiai Maile was the No. 8 Juco defensive tackle. Three-stars Jordan Burton and Jalen McCleskey have already carved out roles as well. Gundy proclaimed two-star running back Jeff Carr the steal of signing day.
2016 – Current National Rank 55 – As of 6 p.m. on Tuesday this will be the lowest-ranked recruiting class of the Gundy-Era at OSU. The Cowboys still anticipate a few announcements in their favor before it's all said and done though. Follow News 9 (@News9Sport) or the News on 6 (@Newson6Sport) for updates on Wednesday.
(news9.com KWTV)Feb 3, 2016
Friday, Jan. 22 high school sports roundup
Armada 37, Imlay City 36: Imlay City was paced by Ashton Comb’s 17 points and 16 rebounds. Abby Schefka chipped in 10 points and 14 rebounds.
Belleville 61, Dearborn Heights Annapolis 18: Belleville’s Katelyn Sherwood scored 21 points, and Victoria Perez also added 15 points. Belleville improves to 9-2, 5-0 in the Western Wayne.
Bellevue 51, Colon 32: Bailey Whitcomb led Bellevue with 17 points and five steals while Casie Shannon added 13 points in the victory. Bellevue improved to 10-1.
Big Rapids 63, Central Montcalm 52: Central Montcalm was led by Kiara Wernette’s 14 points and Bree Brasington’s 12 points and 10 rebounds. Central Montcalm slips to 6-5.
Birmingham Seaholm 49, Auburn Hills Avondale 19: Seaholm’s Mackenzie Harbort led all scorers with 16 points. Seaholm improves to 9-2.
Canton 31, Plymouth 19: Breanna Finn had 13 points in the win for Canton (9-2, 5-0 KLAA South). Also, Hannah Badger had nine points in the loss for Plymouth (3-8, 2-3 KLAA South).
Dearborn Fordson 50, Redford Union 23: Redford Union was led by Haley He... (USA TODAY High School Sports)