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Olympia Author Ellen King Rice Launches New Thriller, EvoAngel

first_imgSubmitted by Ellen King RiceEllen King Rice’s new book, EvoAngel, is a thriller set in the Pacific Northwest.The foggy days of autumn are perfect for creepy thoughts about what might lurk in our wild woods. Olympia resident, Ellen King Rice, has been at work creating a “mushroom thriller” that explores potential changes in our DNA. Ellen’s book, The EvoAngel, is set in the Pacific Northwest and features two special fields of science: epigenetics and evolutionary development. Ellen says, “Both of these sciences will provide frequent news stories in the next decade as they reveal the power, adaptability and symbiosis of life on earth. My thriller connects climate changes to activation of existing segments in our DNA. The catalyst for activation may come from the fungi.”“I turned to modern technology to address the expense of launching a book. I created a Kickstarter campaign. It was fully funded in one week! I’d like others to know how useful Kickstarter can be to support publications and other creative works. My campaign runs until October 31 and can be seen here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/197523455/the-evoangel-an-environmental-thrillerPeople can still participate in this campaign if they would like to have an advance copy of The EvoAngel.“The Kickstarter campaign will give me the funds to have a professional book cover and professional book formatting. It will also pay for the printing of advance copies so I can begin promoting the book.There’s more information on the book and the sciences behind the story at Ellen’s website:  www.ellenkingrice.com Facebook19Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

Mutamba strike downs Equatorial Guinea

first_img0Shares0000Harambee Stars striker Piston Mutamba celebrates his goal against Equatorial Guinea during a friendly match in Machakos on May 28, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMACHAKOS, Kenya, May 28- Frenchman Sebastien Migne earned his maiden win as Harambee Stars head coach as the team picked up a 1-0 win over Equatorial Guinea in their second friendly match in three days at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Monday afternoon.Piston Mutamba scored the lone goal of the match in the 73rd minute as Stars made a response to their below par performance last Friday against Swaziland where they lost by a similar margin. Migne made four changes from the team that lost to the Swazis.Patrick Matasi started in goal ahead of Boniface Oluoch while Musa Mohammed took Mike Kibwage’s position at the heart of defense, playing alongside Joash Onyango.Also, Philemon Otieno moved into midfield with Albania based Kenneth Muguna playing behind Mutamba in attack who started ahead of Ovella Ochieng.The chances were few and far in between, but it was the visitors who threatened first in the 10th minute. Valeriano Nchama found some space inside the six yard box to race to a Nicolas Kata Senga corner, but keeper Matasi made a brilliant point blank save.Six minutes later on the other end, Kenya also had a chance from a set-piece when Joackins Atudo powered home a header off Francis Kahata’s corner after the keeper missed in an attempt to collect, but defender Frederico Ondo was at the right place to clear it off the line.Another setpiece provided Kenya’s second real chance of the game when Atudo headed the ball across the face of goal from a Duncan Otieno delivery, but Equatorial Guinea cleared. However, the ball went only as far as Kahata whose shot from the edge of the area went wide.Harambee Stars pair of Kenneth Muguna and Philemon Otieno attempt to fight for the ball with Equatorial Guinea’s Salvador Edu during a friendly match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on May 28, 20`8. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaBoth sides continued to size each other up as the game progressed but none provided as much threat in front of goal.Basilo Ndong and Salvador Edu were constant threats for the visitors with their pace on either wing, but they could not manufacture enough danger when it mattered most.In the second half, Migne started off by pulling out Muguna for Ovella Ochieng and the Kariobangi Sharks man went into duty immediately with his pace and trickery on the ball.He picked the ball up on the left, drifted away from his markers to the edge of the box but he took one heavy touch allowing the defense to clear.The Kariobangi Sharks’ man introduction sparked some life into Stars’ attack as he added in more pace, something that was lacking in the first half.His influence brought in the needed impact in the 73rd minute when he took on a daunting run on the right before delivering a low cross into the box that was tapped home by Mutamba.He came close again minutes later this time from a freekick on the right which went inches wide. Stars had to make a second change with Mohammed coming off injured and his place taken by Kibwage.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img

Tributes from footballers past and present pour in honouring Cruyff

first_img1 Football lost an icon on Thursday when it was announced Johan Cruyff had died at the age of 68.The former Barcelona, Ajax and Netherlands player had been fighting cancer.Cruyff featured at the 1974 World Cup and wowed everyone with a piece of skill which has become known as the Cruyff turn en route to the final.In total he played 48 times for the Netherlands and scored 33 times, while he also won three European Cups with Ajax and later guided Barcelona to the trophy as manager. The likes of Klinsmann, Lineker, Ramos and Kompany have tweeted their sadness at the death of Johan Cruyff last_img read more

HAY – IT’S GLENSWILLY’S NEW STAR ATTRACTION!

first_imgHe’s six foot tall and made of straw.And he’s doing a wonderful job at Glenswilly National School. Sid the Scarecrow has become a welcome addition to the school where he was designed to keep the birds (and Charlie the caretaker!) from pinching the plants and vegetables form the school’s vegetable plot.Sid was made by parent Sasha McNamara and is proving a welcome addition to the plot which was encouraged by headmaster Joseph Gallinagh.The children are preparing to take their vegetables home with them in the coming days.But who will look after Sid when the summer holidays arrive? Rumour has it that he is moving in with Charlie!Pictured with Sid is Ms McCafferty’s junior infants class. HAY – IT’S GLENSWILLY’S NEW STAR ATTRACTION! was last modified: June 13th, 2012 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:Glenswilly National SchoolSID THE SCARECROWlast_img read more

Man United do want to sign Real Madrid superstar

first_img Real Madrid star Gareth Bale celebrates against Liverpool in the Champions League final Manchester United are interested in signing Real Madrid star Gareth Bale, according to reports.The Red Devils are keen to improve their squad after finishing second but an astonishing 19 points behind rivals Man City.And the club do have Bale in their sights if he becomes available this summer, despite his Champions League final heroics.Man United are though, reportedly keen to avoid a long saga and will only move in for the player should they be encouraged either by Real Madrid or the Welshman’s representatives.But ESPN FC suggest Bale does prefer to remain at the Bernabeu if he is given assurances over his playing time in Spain. 1last_img read more

LOCAL NEWS: ST MARY’S KINCASSLAGH PARISH NEWS

first_imgSt. Mary’s, Kincasslagh:Schedule of Masses Next weekendSaturday @ 7.30 p.m.Sunday @ 10.00 a.m.Next WeekMon, Tues, Thurs & Fri @ 10.00 a.m.Wednesday at 7.00 p.m. St. Columba’s, Burtonport:Next WeekendSaturday @ 6.30 p.m.Sunday @ 11.00 a.m.Next Week.Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs & Fri @ 10.00 a.m.Lay Apostolate Prayer Group 2nd Monday of the Month in the Oratory @ 6.30 p.m. All Welcome.Anniversaries & Masses StC= St Columba’s. StM= St Mary’s.Michael McShane, Sat 25th, StCConal & Frank Doogan, Gortnasade, Sat 25th, StMPatrick Sweeney, Bunawillian, Sun 26th, StMAlan Johnson, Milltown, Months mind, Sun 26th, StCNora Ward, Cruit, Wed, StMGracie Bonner, Keadue, Sat 3rd, StCBridget & Murray O’Donnell, Sat 3rd, StMKitty Moy McCreath, Sun 4th, StMMass of the people, Sun 4th, StCMary Breslin, Roshine Lodge who was buried on MondayJohn Connaghan, Cloughglass who was buried on Tuesday.Danny McKinney, whose anniversary occurs at this time.May they rest in peace. Fundraising EventsCaislean Oir, AnnagryQuiz on Wednesday. Proceeds in aid of THE NORTH WEST PONY CLUB. Teams of 4, €20, 10 p.m. Your support is appreciated!Service of RemembranceLetterkenny Hospital annual interdenominational service of remembrance for little babies who have died due to still birth, Neo-Natal death or Miscarriage is being held on Sunday 11th March, 2012 @ 4.00 p.m. in the Church of the Irish Martyrs, Letterkenny.Rosses Good Morning ServiceThis service is available to all aged 65 years and over who would like a chat on a weekly basis on a Monday or Tuesday morning. The service is free and completely confidential. Locally you can contact 074 95 42093 or 074 95 42975, or call Frances Brown at 074 93 21598 for details.Keadue Rovers FCWeekly bingo and fortnightly lotto continues in Kincasslagh Hall on Friday nights at 8:30. The club lotto now stands at €2,250.00 and will be drawn next Friday 2nd March. The senior team continued their excellent run of form last Sunday and now are just three games from the end of the season and are currently top of the league. They face an away trip this Sunday to Glenree Utd at 2pm. Best wishes are extended to all. Community Employment SchemeKincasslagh development have a vacancy for anyone who is unemployed for at least 1 year and receiving social welfare benefits. Contact Colm Mc Hugh on 0863082009 or 0749557981Coffee MorningI have a team entered in an event taking place in LYIT in May. Organised by the Irish Cancer Society to celebrate our loved ones who are still with us and to remember those who are not, it’s a 24hr walking relay with 70 teams of 15 people. A team member must be on track at all times (as Cancer never sleeps). It includes lots of music, choirs, remembrance ceremony, etc… and I am hosting a fund raiser Coffee Morning here in AIB Bank, Dungloe on Thursday 1 March from 10am to 12.30. I would be delighted if you can pop in and support this. Thanks, Joanne Geoghegan.Getting married?Engaged Encounter is designed for couples preparing for marriage and seeks to enrich communication in all aspects of their relationship. The next non-residential weekend will take place on 24 & 25 March 2012 in the Dromantine Centre, Newry. For more information, phone 028 7930 0340 (NI) or e-mail mail@strategia.co.ukRenew your marriage vows, enrich your marriage on a Marriage Encounter Weekend, 9th-11th March in Dromantine, Newry. A weekend for couples in a stable relationship who wish to make a good marriage even better.For information phone 02871350612 or visit our website www.marriageencounter.ieWhat will you do with your old telly when Ireland goes digital?With Ireland now going digital, this means lots of households will be upgrading their TV sets. Saint Vincent de Paul ask you to kindly donate these and any other electrical goods i.e., CD and DVD players, computers, Xbox’s and Playstations and old mobile phones etc., so they can be recycled and help this very worthwhile charity. The drop off point is the Letterkenny Community Centre. For more info call Terence @ 0863192721.Evening classes in the RCSThere are still places available on the Cookery course that commenced on Tuesday, and the Junior Certificate Maths for adults that commenced on Thursday. Classes start at 7pm.Night at the DogsIn aid of Down Syndrome Ireland and Donegal Down Syndrome at Lifford Greyhound StadiumSat Feb 25th @ 7:30pm. This is part of an annual nationwide fundraising campaign and the first year Lifford have become involvedTickets are €10 or €20 for a family ticket which include admin, goodie bags and entry into draw.There are a number of food options. All Options to be purchased through Office before Friday February 17th. Contact 91 03527 for tickets.CLG An Clochan LiathThe Moonlight 5k Walk/Run in aid of the Dungloe GAA Minor board will take place on Wednesday the 29th of February (Leap Night) starting at 8pm. The same route as the fun walk/run. Starting at chapel road, to the top of the town, up to the old fire station, back to the angle in past the GAA pitch, around at the little bridge and finishing at the Ionad. Get you High Viz on everybody and see you all there :0) Times to beat Kevin McGee (18+mins) Helen Doherty McCready (21+ mins) Registration will take place at 7.30 p.m. Adults €5 underage €2.Monastic Experience Weekend taking place here at St. Mary’s Abbey, Glencairn on 20-22 April,2012. The event is open to women who are discerning God’s call in their lives and who would like to discover more about monastic life.We are a vibrant, growing community of 36 sisters. Currently, there are 2500 Cistercian monks and 1800 Cistercian nuns worldwide.Visit our website www.glencairnabbey.org which we regularly update to provide news, information and insights about our Cistercian way of life.VEC – Adult EducationNeed a little help to spell, write or read better? We offer a free and confidential 1:1 service. Please ring Dolores on 0861740677 for info.ConfirmationSchedule of events1/3/2012 7 pm First session @ St Columba’s Community Centre8/3/2012 7 pm Second session @ St Columba’s Community Centre15/3/2012 7 pm Third session @ St Columba’s Community Centre22/3/2012 7 pm Movie evening @ St Mary’s Hall, Kincasslagh29/3/2012 7 pm Fourth session @ St Columba’s Community Centre1/4/2012 8 pm Ceremony of light & reconciliation @ St Columba’s Church22/4/2012 10 am Confirmation @ St Mary’s Church26/4/2012 7 pm Fifth session @ St Mary’s Hall, KincasslaghPlease pray for our young people of fifth and sixth class who are preparing for the sacrament of Confirmation this year. As infants their parents took responsibility for their faith at their baptism. As young adults they now consider making that commitment for themselves. Pray also for their leaders who will help them in the above sessions.LOCAL NEWS: ST MARY’S KINCASSLAGH PARISH NEWS was last modified: February 24th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:LOCAL NEWS: ST MARY’S KINCASSLAGH PARISH NEWSlast_img read more

STRANORLAR COUNT FIRST TO FINISH – SIX ELECTED

first_imgThe Stranorlar EA is the first count to finish, and six candidates have been elected, with Sinn Féin the big winners, having gained an extra seat. Gary Doherty (SF) celebrates topping the poll in Stranorlar.Sinn Féin Cllr Gary Doherty, topped the poll, and was the first candidate to be re-elected to the Donegal County Council.Independent candidate Frank McBrearty, was elected in the next count, and he was followed by Fianna Fáil’s Patrick McGowan. Liam Doherty was next to be elected much to the delight of his Sinn Féin supporters.Doherty was Director of Elections for Cora Harvey, when she won a seat on the council in the last elections in 2009.Sitting councillors, Martin Harley (FG) and Gerry Crawford (FF) were also elected.Overall it was a great result for Sinn Féin with them gaining an extra seat in the Stranorlar electorate. Elected – Gary Doherty (SF) Liam Doherty (SF) Frank McBrearty (Ind) Patrick McGowan (FF) Gerry Crawford (FF) Martin Harley (FG) STRANORLAR COUNT FIRST TO FINISH – SIX ELECTED was last modified: May 25th, 2014 by John2Share 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:CountelectedFinishednewsPoliticsStranorlar EAlast_img read more

ALEMANY

first_imgQuesada,L.320.70 Flavin,T.3180 Aragon,A.334291 SCORINGTDPATFGTP Flavin,T.20012 St. Francis10/21/2005010330 Lemon,M.4461 Strazzerri,K.30100.31 Murillo,D.2 Notre Dame10/28/2005010055 Receiving Total10111297 Lemon,M.13231.81 RECORD: 2-8-0 Chavez,W.2 Harvard-Westlake11/04/20050102135 Garcia,M.3 Faigh,M.1 INTERCEPTIONSNo. Figueroa,I.30018 San Fernando09/09/20050101421 Faigh,M.141351 RECEIVINGRECYDSTD Faigh,M.1107 Perez,J.471.80 Thompson,D.1006 Golden Valley09/30/2005100387 Flavin,T.25522.12 Figueroa,I.1677004.23 Kilroy,T.1 Scoring Total20193148 Passing Total2241011311297 Aragon,A.30018 Mezquita,A.180 Strazzerri,K.116331 Velarde,A.6290 Strazzerri,K.37114831.0 Aragon,A.19532.82 Ehresman,M.177.00 St. Paul11/11/20050101341 Aragon,A.1 Garcia,A.155.00center_img PUNTINGNo.YDSAvg. Littlerock09/23/2005100210 Tomasino,T.1006 Quesada,L.20012 Punting Total43130730.4 Kagay,J.131051 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PASSINGPAPCPIYDSTDRating Chavez,W.3190 Quesada,L.142422 RUSHINGTCBNYGAvg.TD Faigh,M.615926.5 Porter,C.1 Kilroy,T.122.00 Kagay,J.20012 Thompson,D.1 Rushing Total31110793.511 Tomasino,T.2291 Figueroa,I.2200 Garcia,A.2120 Altmira,A.4370 Faigh,M.11777.00 Chaminade10/14/20050101449 TOTAL2005280148319 Crespi09/16/2005010332 Velarde,A.3144.70 Flores,P.1 Flavin,T.311812052128.45 Chavez,W.21582.81 Rojas,B.2108083.60 Cathedral10/07/20050102149 Chavez,W.20012 Figueroa,I.100000.00 Lemon,M.22014 Velarde,A.1 VS SCHOOLDateWLTPFPA Strazzerri,K.1908212916579.71 Interceptions Total14 Thompson,D.12695.81last_img read more

Palmdale carjack suspects arrested

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake Deputies said the Ford Windstar had been stolen about 7:40 a.m. from in front of a home in the 3500 block of Challenger Court. Its owner had started it up in the driveway when he was approached by a man with a revolver, who stole it, deputies said. A deputy on the freeway saw the van about 8:30 a.m. ACTON – Two ex-convicts were arrested Wednesday on the Antelope Valley Freeway in a stolen van whose owner had been carjacked in his Palmdale driveway. A sheriff’s deputy spotted the stolen van driving south on the freeway about 40 minutes after the theft. Deputies pulled it over near Escondido Canyon Road and arrested the two occupants without incident, officials said. Arrested were Michael Davis, 25, and Eric Stevens, 29, both parolees from Palmdale, Detective Jim Murren said. They were booked on suspicion of carjacking and were being held without bail. Stevens was released from state prison in September after serving six months for forgery, state prison records said. This was Davis’ fourth arrest since April, sheriff’s records indicate. On parole for possession of stolen property, he was most recently released from jail Dec. 7, records show. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Cross Country Set to Compete at Roy Griak Invitational

first_imgThe Division I men’s 8-kilometer race is scheduled to begin at 10:20 a.m. while the women’s 6-kilometer race will begin at 11 a.m. The Roy Griak Invitational will feature competitors from 18 Division I program including four nationally ranked teams, No. 8 San Francisco, No. 19 Minnesota, No. 20 Michigan State and No. 23 Iowa State. Two weeks ago, the Bulldogs picked up three top-five finishers at the same course at the Oz Memorial. Senior Bailee Cofer (Overland Park, Kan.) led the women with a third-place finish in 22:48.1, just 13 seconds off the winning pace. Roy Griak Results Sophomore Kyle Brandt (Maple Grove, Minn.) and junior Josh Yeager (Center Point, Iowa) finished fourth and fifth, respectively, for the men. Brandt finished in 20:25.8, followed by Yeager in 20:38.5. Brandt earned MVC Scholar-Athlete Honors of the Week following his outstanding performance. After a week off of competition the Drake University men’s and women’s cross country teams return to competition at the Roy Griak Invitational in Falcon Heights, Minn.,Sept. 23. Story Links After the Roy Griak Invitational, Drake will have two weeks off before traveling to Peoria, Ill. for the Bradley Pink Classic on Oct. 13Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more