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Military Operations Result in Demobilization of FARC Members

first_imgBy Dialogo January 03, 2012 In simultaneous incidents reported in the Colombian departments of Meta and Tolima, three FARC members fled the group’s criminal cells and voluntarily surrendered themselves at Army facilities, where they asked for protection, the Colombian Army announced on December 27. The first two voluntary surrenders took place in the urban area of the city of Ibagué, Tolima, where troops of the ‘Patriots’ 16th Infantry Battalion were conducting search and surveillance operations. The men, who belonged to the FARC’s 21 Squad, reported that the lack of provisions, the ill-treatment they received from their leaders, and the restrictions on communication with the outside world led them to make this decision. Separately, in the municipality of Granada, Meta, personnel of the 84th Land Combat Battalion, 12th Mobile Brigade, reported the voluntary surrender of a woman known within the FARC’s Squad 48 under the alias of “Nancy”. The individuals in question will be enrolled in the programs of the Humanitarian Aid for the Demobilized Group of the Ministry of National Defense once the veracity of the information supplied has been confirmed.last_img read more

Farah says he has no tolerance for rule-breakers

first_imgLONDON, England (Reuters) – British Olympic champion Mo Farah said yesterday he had no tolerance for anyone who broke the rules after his former coach Alberto Salazar was banned for four years for doping violations.The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) said Salazar’s punishment was for “orchestrating and facilitating prohibited doping conduct” as head coach of the Nike Oregon Project (NOP), a camp designed primarily to develop U.S. endurance athletes.“I’m relieved USADA has completed their investigation into Alberto Salazar. I left the Nike Oregon Project in 2017 but I have no tolerance for anyone who breaks the rules or crosses a line,” said Farah in a statement to Sky Sports News. “A ruling has been made and I’m glad there has finally been a conclusion.”Salazar stopped coaching Farah, double Olympic champion at both 5 000 and 10 000 metres, in 2017, when the runner decided to move back to England. The Briton said at the time that the doping investigation was not the reason they parted ways.last_img read more

Clonmel RFC unbeaten run over

first_imgMeanwhile, Kilfeacle beat Waterpark on a score-line of 27-20. Clonmel RFC suffered their first defeat of the season in their Munster Junior League Division One match-up this afternoon.They lost out in their away game to St Senans on a score-line of Clonmel 19 St Senans 13.They now drop to second after Newcastlewest beat Kinsale by 27 points to 20 yesterday.last_img

Bad weather impacting on Tipp senior teams

first_imgTheir thrilling draw with Limerick in the National League at the weekend was moved from the Gaelic Grounds to Kilmallock as the pitch at the city venue wasn’t deemed up to staging the match.The switch also meant that the players couldn’t have the post-game warm-down session that had been planned.Selector Shane Stapleton is hoping that their preparations this week will help them get a win against familiar opponents, Clare, this Sunday.last_img

Neymar aiming to return to action with Barca on Aug. 18

first_imgNeymar’s injured back is healing well and he is aiming to return to action in a friendly for his club Barcelona on Aug. 18, the Brazil forward said on Thursday.Neymar fractured a bone in his back following a challenge from Colombia defender Juan Zuniga in Brazil’s World Cup quarter-final and was ruled out for the rest of the tournament.”I am recovering bit by bit from the injury and I will arrive in Barcelona at 100 percent,” Neymar, who is due back at Barca on Aug. 5, told reporters at a promotional event in Japan.”I want to have a good season and I would like to help my team mates get good results,” he added.Barca play Mexican side Leon in the friendly at the Nou Camp on Aug. 18, with the winners awarded a trophy named for the Catalan club’s founder Joan Gamper. They begin their La Liga campaign at home to Elche the following weekend.Barca ended last season without major silverware for the first time in six years and coach Gerardo Martino was sacked and replaced by former Spain and Barca midfielder Luis Enrique.last_img read more

Dr. Jeanette (Washington) Patterson named Colorado Middle Level Principal of the Year

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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Dr. Jeanette PattersonSubmitted to Sumner Newscow — Dr. Jeanette Patterson, a 1984 Wellington High School graduate, has been selected as the 2014 Colorado Middle Level Principal of the Year at Horizon Community Middle School in Cherry Creek School District. This program recognizes principals who have succeeded in providing outstanding leadership.Patterson, the daughter of the late Matthew and MayVella Washington of Wellington, attributes her servant leadership style—placing the needs of students, staff, and parents above everything else—as leading to a positive change in the culture and climate and in student achievement.For seven years now she has served as principal at Horizon Community Middle School where she has created an environment that focuses on student success and readiness. Students now feel like they belong at the school and discipline referral numbers have decreased significantly. “Dr. Patterson always encouraged us as students,” said former Horizon student Taylor Pinson. “She presented certificates of honor and expected good results from us. She was very open and caring when we had questions or concerns and made sure there was a solution found quickly that worked for everyone. I admire her so much.”Beyond empowering students, Patterson also works to empower her teachers and staff. Her goal is to build leadership capacity among staff so teachers feel empowered to make crucial choices that need to be made in order to prepare students for their future.“Under Dr. Patterson’s leadership, student success and growth on Colorado standardized testing have surpassed the state averages and placed Horizon Middle School in the top category of Accreditation. She is most deserving of the CASE Colorado Middle School Principal of the Year Award,” Cherry Creek School District Superintendent Dr. Harry Bull said.Patterson’s peers find her to be a spirited leader, innovator, problem-solver and dynamic administrator. Debra Carter adds, “Dr. Patterson cares deeply about the students at Horizon Middle School by creating an atmosphere that encourages collaborative interactions with parents, staff and students in order to promote and meet high academic standards…where every child has the opportunity to learn and realize their vision, dream, future excellence and academic success.”When asked what this award means to her, Patterson said, “to lead is to serve and to influence is to empower, the essence of school leadership is being a servant.”Her leadership has influenced and empowered others and being named 2014 Colorado Middle Level Principal of the Year reinforces this fact. Patterson was selected by the Colorado Association of Secondary School Principals (CASSP), an affiliate of the National Association of Secondary School Principals and a chapter of Colorado Association of School Executives (CASE).The Principal of the Year program is sponsored by MetLife and the National Association of Secondary School Principals. This award recognizes leaders who have succeeded in providing high-quality opportunities for students. Selection criteria include personal excellence, collaborative leadership, curriculum, instruction, assessment and personalization of learning opportunities for students.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more

NAOMH CONAILL HOPING FOR A LARGE TURN-OUT AT THEIR 5K

first_imgNaomh Conaill’s county stars launch their 5KThe second annual Naomh Conaill 5k was launched on Friday 19th July by the clubs county stars, Leo McLoone, Anthony Thompson, Marty Boyle and Dermot ‘Brick’ Molloy.Last year’s inaugural event drew a large crowd and this year an ever bigger entry is expected to run the course, which is regarded as “quite fast” by some experienced runners who ran last year.Leo Mc loone was delighted to be part of the launch and is looking forward to the run which he is hoping will be competitive but would also include joggers and walkers. “Its great to see so many people getting out and exercising, let it be running or walking and with the weather we’re hoping it will be so much easier. Last year’s 5k was a huge success and we’re hoping that this year we will have an even bigger crowd” he added.Dermot ‘Brick’ Molloy added that all runners and walking enthusiasts are welcome. “It doesn’t matter whether you want to better your time or just get out for a stroll, it’s all about participating” he said.Marty Boyle, himself a keen 5k runner, said he was looking forward to the run. “ 5k’s are so popular now and it’s just great to see people getting out on the roads. The recession seems to have created a 5k buzz in the county and it’s a great way to lift your spirits during these recessionary times” Marty said.Anthony Thompson was quick to add he was hoping that Donegal football preparation would still be high on the agenda at the time of the run, “I hope that we have the complaint that we’re preparing for a big game but we’ll still be there to support the event” he said. The 5k takes place on Friday 9th August @ 7pm at the Naomh Conaill GAA clubhouse in Glenties. Registration is from 6pm. There is ample parking and full changing/shower facilities. Tea and refreshments will be served immediately after the run/walk. A bouncy castle will also be on site to keep the children happy. Entry fee is €8 adult and €3 for under 16’s.    NAOMH CONAILL HOPING FOR A LARGE TURN-OUT AT THEIR 5K was last modified: July 22nd, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:5kNaomh Chonailllast_img read more

Jays Homers Beat Yanks, 4-3

first_imgTORONTO — Jose Bautista, Edwin Encarnacion and Melky Cabrera each hit a solo homer, and the Toronto Blue Jays erased a three-run deficit to beat the New York Yankees 4-3 on Aug. 31.Derek Jeter had a chance to tie it for the Yankees in the ninth inning. With the sellout crowd of 45,678 on its feet, Jeter popped up with a runner on third for the final out in his last regular-season at-bat in Toronto.Brett Gardner finished a single shy of the cycle, but New York lost its second straight. Gardner also had a big opportunity in the ninth, grounding out with a runner on second to bring up Jeter.Toronto left-hander J.A. Happ won for the first time in seven starts.(IAN HARRISON)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

MUSIC FANS DESERVE TO KNOW DANNY MICHEL OPENS UP ABOUT THE TERRIFYING

first_imgAdvertisement Twitter Login/Register With: “I’m not alone,” he continues, illustrating how changes in the music industry have hit virtually every working musician in some way. “As a result, bands/musicians are downsizing, recording at home, cutting corners wherever they can […] And with every band in the world back on the road, venues are clogged and ticket prices have tripled. For me it means being away from home and taking on more work than I ever have.”Michel goes on to reference a study that says “24% of musical professionals indicated they were considering leaving the music industry.” He says he believes that number is actually higher than reported. “Over the last few months, I’ve spoken to many brilliant life-long musicians (some you know) who are quietly beginning their exit strategy,” he explains. “I fear musicians are reluctant to admit any of this because so much of this industry is perception.”He concludes by telling fans not to feel sorry for him. Rather, he is warning music lovers of a big shift that might be on the horizon. “Music fans deserve to know how this all works and why artists they love may soon be gone.”By Melody Lau Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook It’s no secret that being a musician in the age of streaming can be difficult, but very few musicians actually break down just how hard it can be to make a living. That’s why Canadian singer-songwriter Danny Michel took to Facebook this week to give people a “peek behind the curtain” of what’s really going on.In a lengthy post published on Tuesday, which has now been shared by over 2,400 people, Michel opens up about some of the finances and math behind his income. He notes that his album sales have dropped by 95% this year as a result of music streaming services. He also adds that he has never worried about his financial stability till this year. In an act of complete transparency, he uses his song “Purgatory Cove” from his latest album, White & Gold, as an example of how little one track earns now. “This song has been in the TOP 20 charts (CBC Radio 2 & 3) for 10 weeks, climbed to #3. In 2018 that equals $44.99 in sales.” Advertisementlast_img read more

Akswesasne Ottawa settle 5 million specific claim

first_imgAPTN National NewsAfter nearly 200 years, the Mohawks of Akwesasne are celebrating the settlement of a specific land claim.The community received roughly $5 million in compensation for land leased out on the reserve.Grand Chief Mike Mitchell says the money will be set aside for future generations.Both the federal government and the community were happy to celebrate the accomplishment.last_img