Closing day for the Winter/Spring Meet is June 12. The jackpot – which has grown steadily over 33 consecutive race days – is paid only when there is one ticket with all six winners. There were two winning tickets on Sunday, April 24, which returned $53,276.78. A total of $199,449 in new money was bet into the pool. There is also a Super High 5 carryover of $3,696.95 going into Friday’s card. Golden Gate Fields will not conduct live racing on Wednesday or Thursday but will be open for simulcasting. Golden Gate Fields will finish its inaugural Turf Festival with a flourish as it will conduct the Grade 3, $100,000 San Francisco Mile on Saturday, April 30 and the $100,000 Silky Sullivan and $100,000 Campanile on Sunday, May 1. ALBANY, CALIF. – The jackpot on the Golden Pick 6 will begin at $453,398.07 when racing resumes Friday, April 29 at Golden Gate Fields. Friday’s Golden Pick 6 will begin with race 3. The average field size in the sequence is 7.83 horses before scratches.
“I couldn’t sleep last night,” said Brown, who became guardian of two of his sisters, Brianna Petteway, 15, and Destiny Petteway, 12, after their mother was incarcerated for a second time. His other two sisters, China Petteway, 13, and Johnnycia Petteway, 16, live with other relatives. “This is my first time to see my mom in two years. She will be proud of me.” About 650 California kids hopped aboard similar buses Friday to visit five women’s prisons and celebrate Mother’s Day through an annual program created through the Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Many have fathers in prison or who long ago abandoned them. Those living with remaining family members or in foster care typically lack reliable transportation to see their mothers in prison, especially because those prisons are usually in remote areas of the state. Once chance a year Shuffled among foster care facilities nearly all his life, Derric Brown recalls a brief time when he lived with his mom and life felt normal. He was in ninth grade and needed a note for school. Mom wrote it. It was the first time his mother had signed anything for school, a job usually relegated to guardians or his grandmother while his mom was in prison for selling drugs. Still grinning with pride about the memory of that day, Brown, now 22, wants his four younger sisters to have more traditional family experiences like that one – holiday gatherings, homemade Sunday dinners and movie nights. And on Friday, the five from Palmdale boarded a chartered bus with about 20 other children from the San Fernando and Antelope valleys on a 250-mile journey to Central California Women’s Facility and Valley State Prison in Chowchilla to celebrate what millions of others in the United States recognize today – Mother’s Day. In California, there are about 11,846 female inmates and 160,000 male inmates, Department of Corrections spokesman Bill Sessa said. For nearly all those on the buses, Friday was the one chance of the year to see Mom. Most are children of addicts who have seen their family lives derailed because of drugs. It was 5 a.m. when Brown’s bus pulled out of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Encino and 11-year-old Isaiah Anderson rolled up and down the aisles in his heelies, trendy gym shoes with wheels in them. This was the second year on the bus for the sixth-grader and his 6-year-old sister, Lacresha Collins, to visit their mom, Janet Collins, who is incarcerated for drugs at Valley State Prison. The children live with their aunt, 42-year-old Brenda Collins, in Van Nuys, but Isaiah had concerns about the visit. “My mom is going to give me a talk,” he said. “I got in trouble at school, and she sent me a letter saying she wants to have a talk with me today.” For these moms, the connections with their kids serve as life preservers in their gritty prison lives, said Lupe Rios, prison family services coordinator. “You have to shut out what’s happening to survive here,” Rios said. “Contact with the outside world reminds them that there’s more to life.” Rios said the more contact the women have with their children, the less chance they’ll return to prison. Program buses kids But unlike visiting days each week at men’s prisons, there’s usually never a line of loved ones. Typically the men in their lives desert the women after they go to prison, said Sister Suzanne Jabro, who works for the nonprofit Women and Criminal Justice. In fact, men’s prisons have so many visits by moms, girlfriends and wives that a third visitors’ day was recently added. For women’s prisons, the state is using the $625,000 it would cost to staff a third visiting day to instead run an 18-month program to bus children four times a year to visit their mothers in Chowchilla prisons. Called Chowchilla Family Express, the bus made its first trip to the prisons March25. Jabro said the additional visits create much-needed connections for the children. “These kids are in pain,” Jabro said. “We have to do something about this. This is damaging people who are victims to all of this, and they are the children.” That means more trips for 16-year-old Kristian Daniels of Lancaster and her mother, Cora Murry, 43, who crammed a year’s worth of conversations about boys, school pressure and college plans into the four-hour visit Friday. Throughout the year, they stay in touch through letters but do not talk on the phone because calls from California state prisons cost about $1 a minute. The two struggled to say goodbye when their visit ended. “She’s growing up on me,” said Murry, who has about 10 more years left on her sentence. “When I left, she was my little girl.” As the Petteway girls caught a glimpse of their mother, Sharon McMillian, coming through the locked prison gates, the stony faces of Johnnycia and Brianna softened, and the two sisters cried. The family spent the afternoon deep in conversation. When it was time to leave, McMillian quickly hugged her kids and briskly walked away. “I don’t like goodbyes,” she said to them. “So I’ll see you all later.” email@example.com (818) 713-3746160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Jason McAteer claims Liverpool will finish in a higher Premier League position than Manchester United this season.The Red Devils have been hotly tipped to regain their place in the top four, following a disastrous last season under David Moyes which saw them finish seventh.Louis van Gaal’s arrival, coupled with a superb pre-season campaign, has boosted confidence at Old Trafford, but McAteer believes Brendan Rodgers’ side, who finished second last tem, will again be looking down at their arch-rivals come the end of the 2014/15 campaign.“Liverpool will finish above Manchester United this season,” the former Anfield midfielder told The Sports Bar.“Man United have a good set of fixtures though and, by October, they will have only one of the top four from last season.“They should be sitting top of the league table at the end of October. Liverpool have got a bigger squad though.”
The former England boss has brushed off the criticism and recently told journalists asking about the abuse: “Your lives are really run by Facebook, Twitter and Instagram far too much.“You shouldn’t listen to speculating unprofessionals which is what you are doing to get your stories.”However, supporters have been given an official channel in which to air their views with Everton’s annual survey dropping through the letterboxes of the club’s fan panel.As part of the questionnaire supporters can have their say on whether they agree with the statement of: “I have a high level of trust in the current manager and coaching staff at Everton e.g. in making the right decisions to get the best out of the team.”Recipients are invited to rank that statement from one to 10.Fan surveys are common across Premier League clubs, but the results of the managerial question will be useful for Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri as he considers Allardyce’s future.Allardyce, who has lifted Everton away from the relegation zone since replacing the sacked Ronald Koeman, is pushing ahead with plans for next season, confirming last week he has put his pre-season preparations in place.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Everton fans asked to rate manager Sam Allardyce © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 17 – Everton have asked fans to grade the performance of under-fire manager Sam Allardyce by giving him a mark out of 10 in a club survey.Allardyce has endured stinging criticism from Everton supporters unhappy about his direct style of football and the team’s inconsistent results since he took charge in November.
St Marys Club Bingo continues in Hall on Tues at 8.30 Lotto results for 9-04-13 KK,AM,TY,WH 5 matched 2 M.Harkin J. C.Moore, E.Jnr Mc Bride, A. Wilson Convoy ,M.Mc Cormick Bingo Nx Weeks Jackpot €3200.Gaelic for Mothers and Others takes place on Wed at 8.30 new players always welcome.Senior Ladies had an excellent win over Dungloe on Friday at Home .After a close first half and going in at the Break down 1-03 to 1-02 the ladies were on fire in the second half with Goals from Grace Doherty ,Erica Wilson and Sarah Allan the ladies had a comfortable win in the end. Final score St Marys 5-10 Dungloe 1-04.G.Doherty 2-05 S.Allan 1-01 E.Wilson 1-0 D.Mc Elhinney 1-0 S.Friel 0-1 V.Kelly 0-1N. Mailey 0-2 Training for Underage continues on Fri evening from 6-7 new Players welcomeU14 Girls Training Sat Morning at 10 New players are welcome come along girls a great way to keep fit and meet new friends.U 14 boys Game v Mc Cumhaills Players be at pitch for 6.30 for 7pm throw in bring €2 and Mouth guard.Minors boys lost away to a strong Downing’s side on Friday evening. St Mary’s ReservesSt Marys reserves 2.11 Moville 2.06. a tough game for reserves from a much improved Moville team. Teams were fairly even at half time, an own goal from the Moville keeper keeping us in touch. in the second some great work by skipper Seamus o Donnell yielded points from Ryan Bonner and a superb catch , turn and point from Gavin Sweeney. Shane McLaughlin, who played with a dislocated finger, got a very snappy point. Another two goals from both teams left the winning margin five points. John Anthony was rocklike at full back, yielding little, with good running support from Michael Patton, Oisin Porter and Keelen Gillen.St Marys SeniorsSt Marys recorded their third win of the Season away to Moville on a score line of 1-04 to 10 points. St Marys had a commanding lead going in at the break but Moville fought back in the 2nd half St Marys ran out the winners with P. Blake scoring 5 of St Mary’s points.P.Blake 0-5 A.Browne E.Patterson P.Mailey B.Bonner L .Mc Mullan 0-1 GAA NEWS: ST.MARY’S, CONVOY CLUB NOTES was last modified: April 15th, 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:convoySt Marys
LETTERKENNY AC’s Raymond Birch was first to the tape in this evening’s Transplant Games Fund run.All the placings for those taking part are below:Transplant Games Fund 2016Place SULT Name Gender AG Club Time1 695 Raymond Birch m SM Letterkenny A.C. 16:562 716 Paddy Ryan m SM Finn Valley A.C. 17:183 816 Barry Coyle m SM 17:304 835 Gareth Kerrigan m SM Milford A.C. 17:385 799 John Whoriskey m SM 17:496 766 Eoin Kelly m JM Cranford A.C. 17:597 806 John Mc Clafferty m SM 18:298 810 Brian Doherty m SM Milford A.C. 18:499 737 Peter O Donnell m SM MAC 18:4910 830 Joe Gallagher m M40 Milford A.C. 18:5611 745 Paul Mc Monagle m SM Letterkenny A.C. 18:5812 837 Anthony Sweeney m SM Milford A.C. 19:0813 749 Siobhan Gallagher f SW 24/7 Triathlon 19:1514 699 Paul Russell m SM Milford A.C. 19:3715 736 Hugh Coll m M40 Milford A.C. 19:5116 823 Richard Mc Neill m M40 Milford A.C. 19:5117 805 Noel Mc Garvey m M40 19:5518 807 Raymond Mc Gahey m M40 19:5619 697 Danny Mc Laughlin m M40 19:5720 794 Michael Mc Hugh m M40 Milford A.C. 20:0121 793 Damien Mc Bride m SM Milford A.C. 20:0122 692 Seamus Kelly m M40 Cranford A.C. 20:0323 814 Mark Daly m M40 20:0524 800 Curley Coyle m M40 20:1025 758 Anthony Mc Daid m M40 20:2526 764 Paul Friel m M50 Milford A.C. 20:2827 753 Paul Mc Guickin m M40 Milford A.C. 20:3028 729 Sinéad Peoples f SW Letterkenny A.C. 21:1029 728 Manus Peoples m M50 21:1030 730 Ben George m M40 Letterkenny A.C. 21:1131 724 Patrick Duffy m M40 21:1332 717 Danielle Mc Namee f SW 21:3233 739 Padraig Clinton m JM 21:3434 704 Niall Murray m JM 21:3635 803 Ita Mc Gettigan f W40 Milford A.C. 21:3636 838 Gerard Dorrian m M50 Milford A.C. 21:3737 719 Kenneth Moore m M40 Milford A.C. 21:4538 790 Joe Coyle m SM 21:4639 715 Marian Kerr f W40 Letterkenny A.C. 21:5340 747 Richard Raymond m M60 Letterkenny A.C. 21:5341 792 Siobhan Mc Hugh f W40 Milford A.C. 21:5642 765 Eoin Fogarty m M50 Milford A.C. 22:1243 809 Eugene Mc Ginley m M50 22:1344 769 Joe Mc Laughlin m SM 22:2545 768 Colm Mc Taggart m JM 22:2646 762 James Doherty m M60 Milford A.C. 22:3547 718 Francis Diver m M50 Milford A.C. 22:3548 725 John Mc Gonigle m SM 22:3549 833 Gerard Marley m SM Milford A.C. 22:4050 826 James Whoriskey m SM Milford A.C. 22:4051 791 Paula Hegarty f SW Milford A.C. 23:1452 726 Odhrán Duffy m JM 23:1653 812 Darren Murray m SM 23:1754 748 Brian Gallagher m M60 23:2155 821 Michael Mc Ginley m M40 Milford A.C. 23:3056 693 John Duffy m M50 Ray Men on the Move 23:3157 777 Eunan Gormley m M50 Ray Men on the Move 23:3558 689 Nancy Mc Namee f W50 23:3659 779 Barry Browne m M40 Milford A.C. 23:4360 709 Alan Mailey m SM Convoy A.C. 23:4661 822 Nigel Black m M40 23:4762 781 Seamus Sweeney m M40 23:4963 787 Eddie Sweeney m M60 Ray Men on the Move 23:5364 776 Lexie Diver m M40 23:5665 694 Joseph Casey m M50 24:0166 743 Calvagh O Donnell m JM 24:0267 720 Clare Molloy f W40 24:0468 722 Tommy Naughton m SM 24:1069 744 Edward Diver m M50 Ray Men on the Move 24:1170 795 David Connors m SM Milford A.C. 24:1171 696 Noelle Mc Laughlin f W40 24:1672 808 Shaun O Donnell m M50 Swanlings 24:1673 813 Sharon Moffitt f W40 24:3074 707 Amy O Donnell f JW Milford A.C. 24:4775 700 Patricia Mc Kenna f W40 Letterkenny A.C. 24:4876 746 James Gallagher m M40 24:5277 683 John O Gorman m M50 Milford A.C. 25:0478 691 Jim Mc Cahill m M50 Milford A.C. 25:0579 820 Pat Ferry m M40 Milford A.C. 25:0780 750 Nat Doherty m M40 Milford A.C. 25:1381 684 Eileen O Gorman f W40 Milford A.C. 25:2082 778 Deirdre Gormley f W40 25:2283 839 N.N. N.n. f 25:2484 741 Rob Graham m SM Milford A.C. 25:2685 782 Daniel Shields m SM 25:3586 811 Josie Lawler f W50 Milford A.C. 25:3687 783 Michael Kerr m JM 25:3788 755 Paula Cullen f W40 25:3889 798 Debbie Houston f W40 Milford A.C. 25:3990 796 Eileen Hewett f SW 25:4891 710 Jack Mailey m JM 25:5092 734 Noel Mc Bride m M50 25:5793 797 Ann Trearty f SW 26:0194 815 Ruth Mc Crudden f W40 Letterkenny A.C. 26:0695 785 Lorraine Kerr f W40 26:0896 690 Mary Wheeler f W40 Milford A.C. 26:0897 711 Con Duffy m SM 26:1398 763 Grace Friel f SW Milford A.C. 26:1599 760 John Ward m SM Milford A.C. 26:18100 786 Paul Buchanan m M40 Ray Men on the Move 26:31101 761 Brian Doherty m M40 Swanlings 26:32102 706 Bernie O Donnell m M40 Milford A.C. 26:45103 698 Heather Mc Laughlin f JW 27:01104 687 Martin Johnston m M50 27:11105 701 Martin Mc Hugh m M50 Milford A.C. 27:14106 772 N.N. 772 27:32107 770 Ciaran Boyle m SM 27:44108 827 Finn Coll m JM Milford A.C. 27:47109 828 Daithi Mc Ginley m SM 27:47110 738 Eiméar Gibbons f JW 27:50111 780 Denis Sheridan m M50 Milford A.C. 27:52112 712 Sinéad Mc Taggart f W40 Milford A.C. 27:55113 733 Hilary Moore f W40 Ray Women on the Move 28:12114 713 Brian Mc Fadden m M40 28:13115 714 John Fitzgerald m M60 Milford A.C. 28:21116 721 Norman Irwin m M40 Ramelton 28:58117 801 Noeleen Mc Ateer f SW 29:03118 802 Jessica Crawford f W40 29:03119 767 Hunter Lynch m SM Milford A.C. 29:04120 735 Martin Lynch m SM Milford A.C. 29:04121 752 Declan Friel m M40 Milford A.C. 29:57122 727 Brian Boyce m M40 29:59123 740 Mary O Donnell f W50 Milford A.C. 30:56124 751 Edith Green f W50 Milford A.C. 30:56125 703 Shane Murray m JM 31:02126 702 Rebecca Murray f JW 31:19127 723 Patricia Murray f SW Milford A.C. 31:20128 686 Ann Marie Mc Bride f W40 Milford A.C. 32:10129 742 Chuck Mc Daid m SM 32:11130 705 Jason Murray m JM 32:58131 836 Caroline Deeney f W40 33:51132 754 Belinda Sheridan f SW 34:00133 759 Daithi Mc Daid m JM 35:06134 771 Gemma Boyle f SW 35:12135 804 Declan Black m M40 35:13136 708 Ciara Mailey f SW 35:17137 685 David Lyons m JM 35:31138 775 Meabh Hiemstra f JW 38:49139 774 Sylvester Hiemstria m M40 Milford A.C. 38:49140 773 Lisa Hiemstra f W40 Milford A.C. 43:07141 819 Sharon Durkan f W40 Milford A.C. 43:07142 818 Laura Doyle f SW Milford A.C. 43:07143 788 Susan Hanlon f SW 43:43144 784 Lorraine Doherty f W40 44:38145 789 Sharon Hunter f W40 44:38146 756 June Love f W50 45:43147 757 Joan Lockhart f W50 45:43148 824 Gemma Wilson f SW 48:24149 832 Donna Edwards f SW 50:55150 834 Daniel Aiken m JM 50:56151 825 Norma Wilson f SW 52:00152 831 Avril Murray f W60 52:00153 829 Liz Bryant Walker f W50 52:01 RESULTS FROM THE TRANSPLANT GAMES RUN was last modified: May 19th, 2016 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)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week The car also comes with possible papal possessions: carved wooden rosary beads, a box of wooden matches, a candy tin and a dashboard medallion bearing the likeness of St. Maria Goretti, the patron of youth, young women, purity and victims of rape. And just imagine the stories behind those dings and scratches. “It appears to me he was a pretty bad driver,” auction employee Rick Limpp said as he wiped fingerprints from a chrome bumper that shows obvious hammer marks from repairs. Kruse likes to imagine Cardinal Karol Wojtyla driving around Poland before he became pope in 1978, and later dressing in commoners’ clothing to head into the Italian mountains for rest, relaxation and reflection. That was before a 1981 assassination attempt prompted Vatican security officials to put the brakes on solo papal drives into the countryside. “No one would know it was him. Who would?” said Rita Bauman, another Kruse employee who was posting photos of the pope, the car and the Vatican around the otherwise undistinguished vehicle. “I think it was a clever disguise.” Kruse, based in Auburn, Ind., said he thought the car might fetch as much as $3 million in the auction. That would be considerably more that the $1,200 Kruse has said it might sell for on a used car lot, and almost 30 times the $102,000 that Illinois businessman Jim Rich paid the last time Kruse auctioned the pope’s car in 1996. Rich, of Sugar Grove, Ill., went to Rome to accept the keys from the pontiff. Rich was traveling to Las Vegas on Friday and planning to hand over the keys to a new owner today. Rich’s attempt to auction the car in June – shortly after Pope John Paul II’s death – was postponed due to a bankruptcy and ownership dispute between Rich and his father. The Escort, not to be confused with the bullet-resistant glass “popemobile” that became famous during John Paul II’s world tours, spent several years on display at Rich’s restaurant in Sugar Grove. It has been kept since June at the Kruse Automotive and Carriage Museum in Auburn. “While the car is a very inexpensive car,” Kruse said, “there’s a story that goes with it.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! If it hadn’t once been owned by Pope John Paul II, this light blue 1975 Ford Escort GL wouldn’t attract a second glance. There are too many nicks and dents, and too few frills on the boxy four-door sedan up for auction today in a Las Vegas casino showroom. It has no hubcaps, no air conditioning, no radio. The engine built 30 years ago at a Ford plant in Cologne, Germany, won’t even start. But just imagine the pope – whose hands blessed millions all over the world – clutching the padded steering wheel and downshifting while flooring the gas pedal and praying the little 1.1-liter engine would crest a steep Italian hill. “Christ had a donkey,” auctioneer Dean Kruse said as workers prepped and polished the car for sale at the Las Vegas Hilton. “This was a humble car for a humble man.”
QPR have had an approach for West Brom’s Swedish defender Jonas Olsson rejected.The 29-year-old is one of a host of players Rangers have made enquiries about as they look to add to their squad during the transfer window.But they have been told that Olsson, who signed a new four-year contract at The Hawthorns in October, is not for sale.R’s boss Harry Redknapp is keen to sign at least one centre-back this month and is also preparing for Ryan Nelsen’s departure to Toronto.See also:QPR set to table formal bid for French 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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
“I’m cool with him. That’s my guy. If he came back today, I would treat him … * * *Subscribe to the Mercury News and East Bay Times for $40 a year and receive a free Warriors championship coffee table book* * *PHOENIX – On early Sunday, the Warriors closed the book on the Patrick McCaw saga. They declined to match McCaw’s two-year, $6 million offer sheet to play with the Cleveland Cavaliers.But say, the Warriors decided otherwise. Would the Warriors’ locker room welcome him back?
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest JD Equipment is pleased to announce the promotion of Ted Miller to the position of Corporate Used Equipment Director and the hiring of Luke Harbage as the London Store Manager.“Ted has unparalleled knowledge of used equipment and will be a huge asset to marketing and sellingDale Minyo talks with Luke Harbage at London JD Equipment location.our used inventory and Luke brings extensive experience in management, finance and agriculture” said Jeff Mitchell, CEO. “Both Ted’s promotion and the addition of Luke to our management team strengthen our business and our commitment to our customers as we continue to serve you for the future. “Miller is a graduate of Muskingum College and began his career at JD Equipment in 2002 as aSales Coordinator and was named the London Store Manager in 2005. Harbage comes to JD Equipment with more than 10 years of agricultural lending experience, having worked at Merchants National Bank and Rabobank after beginning his career at Farm Credit Services.“I’m excited to join the premier equipment dealership in Ohio,” Harbage said. “JD Equipment has a long history of providing customers with the best in equipment, service and parts, and giving back to the community by supporting educational and charitable causes. I look forward to contributing to the growth and development of JD Equipment in the ever-changing business environment we are all operating in.”Harbage is a graduate of The Ohio State University and is currently pursuing his MBA from Ohio University. He grew up on a family farm and continues to be active in in the family’s farming operations in South Charleston.