Love, LeBron push Cavaliers past Antetokounmpo, Bucks

first_imgCleveland Cavaliers’ Kevin Love (0) drives against Milwaukee Bucks’ Thon Maker (7), from Australia, in the second half of an NBA basketball game, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, in Cleveland. The Cavaliers won 124-119. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)CLEVELAND — Kevin Love joked that he might swing by the hospital on his way home.On a recent visit, he got a dose of something that made him and the Cavaliers feel better.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Plagued by slow starts through their first 10 games, the Cavs came out with better intensity and focus.Cleveland shot 69 percent from the floor (11 of 16) and made 14 of 15 free throws in the first quarter while opening an 11-point lead. It was a much better showing from the Cavs’ starters, who were criticized by Dwyane Wade after Sunday’s loss.TRADE TALKBledsoe will take some of the pressure off Antetokounmpo, the league’s leading scorer.“He’s a great player,” he said. “He’s going help the team. He’s going to make the game easier for everyone.”TIP-INSBucks: Brogdon has picked up his scoring. He has three straight 20-point games for the first time in his career. “He worked extremely hard this summer on his game,” Kidd said. “He knows what’s coming. He knows what to expect.” … C John Henson had two fouls in the first three minutes and was plagued by foul trouble all game. He also picked up a technical.Cavaliers: James played in his 1,072nd game, tying him for 82nd place on the career list with a certain Michael Jeffrey Jordan. … Smith passed Rashard Lewis (1,787) for 14th place on the NBA’s career 3-pointers made list. … Love didn’t attempt a 3-pointer for the first time since Jan. 23, 2015. … G Iman Shumpert returned after missing a week with a sore right knee and scored six points in 19 minutes.UP NEXTBucks: At San Antonio on Friday.Cavaliers: Begin a four-game road trip on Thursday at Houston. Before the game, the Bucks got some scoring help by acquiring guard Eric Bledsoe from Phoenix in exchange for forward/center Greg Monroe and two draft picks.Afterward, coach Jason Kidd complained about the officiating. Milwaukee was called for 31 personals compared to 18 for Cleveland, and the Cavs attempted 38 free throws.Kidd pointed out that over the past three games, opponents have tried 95 free throws to 40 for Milwaukee.“I just got fined,” he said. “That’s one way. The other way is by expressing to the officials and I did that the whole night. The different crews that we’ve had have been awful.”Cleveland’s start to the season has been puzzling on so many levels. Loaded with as much talent as any team in the league, the Eastern Conference champions have been beating good teams and losing to squads they should be handling.“We don’t want to,” Love said. “We’d rather come out and play — because we’re capable — at a high level of basketball every single game. We have a ton of talent in here.”The myriad issues have led to the usual scrutiny of James, who caused a stir on social media Monday night.Moments after former teammate Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics beat the Hawks for their ninth straight win, James posted a meme on his Instagram account of the kids’ cartoon character Arthur with a clenched fist with the caption “mood.”Asked for the meaning, James shrugged.“I like Arthur,” he said.FIRST UNIT Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Gay soccer star Robbie Rogers retires from LA Galaxy Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Love scored a season-high 32 points without attempting a 3-pointer, LeBron James added 30 following an interesting couple days on social media, and Cleveland withstood a 40-point performance by Giannis Antetokounmpo to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 124-119 on Tuesday night.The Cavs have been one of the NBA’s biggest surprises this season — for all the wrong reasons. But after losing five of six, they did enough to hand the young-and-improving Bucks their fourth straight loss and keep Cleveland fans from panicking.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogLove was briefly hospitalized after scoring just four points and leaving a surprising loss to Atlanta in the third quarter on Sunday. Following his best game this season, Cleveland’s center was asked what IV medications he received.“I don’t know,” he said with a smile. “Whatever they gave me I might go back and check myself in tonight.” MOST READ Love added 16 rebounds. J.R. Smith found his stroke and added a season-high 20 points for the Cavs.“That’s my guy,” James said of Smith, who went 5 of 7 on 3-pointers while wearing a model of James’ sneakers. “Swish is my guy and he’s been struggling the first 10 games. I told him it was the shoes. He finally decided to wear my shoes. After a long conversation we finally decided to wear them and he had a breakout game.“He hit the 3-ball, got into the paint. That was Swish. We’re gonna need more of that from him a lot coming up.”Still a few weeks shy of his 23rd birthday, the multi-talented Antetokounmpo finished 16 of 21 from the floor. He also had nine rebounds and eight turnovers before fouling out with 18 seconds left.Malcolm Brogdon had 22 points for Milwaukee, and Khris Middleton finished with 20.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ LATEST STORIES View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funnylast_img read more

Jagdeo rubbishes Patterson’s remarks on renewable energy

first_img– reiterates importance of AFHP to green energy planOpposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has taken Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson to task over recent statements he made in regard to Government achieving its set renewable energy goals by the end of 2018.Jagdeo says Government’s plan is unrealistic and unachievable.Patterson has made a commitment to Guyanese that the country will be powered by 5 megawatts of renewable energy by year end; but Jagdeo has said this statement is “pure nonsense! Total nonsense! It’s a lie!”Jagdeo has said that with only six months to go before the end of 2018, he is uncertain where the proposed five megawatts of power will be sourced from. The only renewable energy project that is ongoing is located at Mabaruma in Region One, and this will produce less than half a megawatt of power.“Well, let me tell you something about the small solar units that they are putting in place…that it is a conduit for corruption, as I said before. It’s a conduit for corruption, nothing else,” Jagdeo declared.He explained that it is not a case where the people will get free electricity, but they are going to get it from another source.“I’m afraid that 2-3 years down the line, those systems will go down,” he added.Jagdeo has argued that the Amaila Falls Hydro Power Project (AFHP) is a lost opportunity for Guyanese to experience clean and cheap electricity. He maintains that the project remains the best option for Guyana, and would only result in huge benefits to the people and the local economy.The coalition Government had discontinued the AFHP project when it assumed office in 2015, but of recent has been speaking about plans to restart it.Minister Patterson recently provided updates on a number of multi-million-dollar hydro and solar- power projects that had seemingly been gathering dust. One such project is the Hope Wind Farm, facing criticism centred on the actual investor – proprietor of the International Pharmaceutical Agency (IPA), Lloyd Singh, who had acquired and built the headquarters of the Alliance for Change (AFC).According to Patterson, there have been some technical issues which had to be ironed out, such as the size of the development. He has, however, reported that there has been progress on that front, and the power purchase agreement is presently being finalised.Patterson also spoke of a US$3.8 million solar farm which will be constructed at Bartica with funds from the Inter-American Development Bank. He had said this will be completed by the end of 2018.Meanwhile, the private developer of the Tumatumari hydro project in Region Eight has been given a deadline to reach financial closure with investors. When all agreements have been signed and conditions met, dispensing of the funds will begin.Patterson has noted that if the developer, Tumatumari Hydro Inc, proves unable to meet the July month-end deadline set by the state for financial closure, Government would take over the project.When this newspaper contacted residents at Tumatumari on Friday, they reported that representatives from the Tumatumari Hydro Inc had met with them and had indicated they were awaiting an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approval before they can move forward.The Opposition has long called for the reintroduction of the Amaila Falls Hydro Project for a number of important reasons. Jagdeo has said not only does the scrapping of the project threaten the forest pact agreement with the Kingdom of Norway, which could cause the country to lose out on another US$3 billion in savings, but it could assist Guyana to combat climate change.This project, the brainchild of Jagdeo, formed part of Guyana’s Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS), and was commissioned in 2009. But having taken up office in 2015, the current Government had repeatedly stated its disapproval of resurrecting the project.The former President believes the coalition Government has killed the project, although it was set to provide Guyana with a massive source of electricity.An independent assessment of the project had revealed that the only realistic path for Guyana moving towards an emission-free electricity sector is by developing its hydropower potential, and the fastest way forward is to maintain this project.last_img read more

Fort Hotel demolition update

first_imgThe city declared the hotel a nuisance property in April and has been working with the owner since then to get the building demolished. – Advertisement -The next step for the building will be an environmental review this Wednesday. The review will determine if any of the materials in the building will require special disposal. Once that data is available, Rogers says, the plan to demolish the remainder of the building can proceed. Fort St. John’s most infamous eyesore is finally coming down—albeit slowly.In an update at Monday night’s council meeting, Director of Facilities Jim Rogers said the Cowboy’s Saloon area of the Fort Hotel has been safely demolished and the materials have been disposed of. Rogers added that leaks in the building have been stopped, and the flooded basement of the hotel has been drained.last_img read more

Sarri eyes early Chelsea boost, Tottenham return to Wembley

first_img0Shares0000Fresh starts: Chelsea’s Maurizio Sarri and Arsenal’s Unai Emery take charge for just their second Premier League game on Saturday © AFP / Paul FAITHLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 17 – Chelsea and Arsenal’s new regimes under Maurizio Sarri and Unai Emery got off to contrasting Premier League starts, but Saturday’s clash between the two will provide a truer test of where the London rivals stand.Failure to qualify for this season’s Champions League provoked big changes at both clubs. But while Chelsea are used to the upheaval of coaches coming and going under Roman Abramovich, Arsenal are still settling into Emery’s new era after 22 years with Arsene Wenger in charge.The early signs suggest it will take Emery time to stem years of decline towards the end of Wenger’s reign.However, the Spaniard had the misfortune to face champions Manchester City on his Premier League debut as Arsenal were outclassed in a 2-0 defeat on home soil last weekend.Sarri has also insisted it will take at least two months to implement the free-flowing attacking style that made him a coach in demand at Napoli.But, despite a disrupted pre-season due to his late arrival at Stamford Bridge to replace Antonio Conte, the departure of Thibaut Courtois and speculation over a host of other key players, Chelsea were too good for Huddersfield in an opening day 3-0 win.There were already clear hallmarks of Sarri’s influence as Jorginho, who followed his boss from Napoli to Chelsea in the summer, controlled the midfield.Chelsea are likely to be even stronger this weekend as Eden Hazard could return to the starting line-up after he shone in a 15-minute cameo at Huddersfield following his World Cup exertions with Belgium.Conte won just one of eight meetings with Arsenal in two seasons in charge. A quick reversal of fortunes this weekend would suggest Sarri is headed in the right direction.Spurs’ home from homeNo more Wembley woe: Tottenham had an impressive record at adopted home Wembley last season © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONAfter failing to sign a single player in the transfer window, Tottenham’s poor month off the field continued with the news this week that the club’s new stadium won’t be ready until at least October.That means Mauricio Pochettino’s men will play their first three home games of the season at Wembley, starting with the visit of Fulham on Saturday.Pochettino has vowed to deliver wins for fans frustrated by the delay.And more fixtures at the home of English football might not be a handicap on Spurs’ ambitions. After failing to win any of their first three home games last season, Tottenham won 13 of the next 16 Premier League games at Wembley once they adjusted to their new surroundings.Time for City’s squad to shineSilva lining: Bernardo Silva’s early season form may compensate for the loss of Kevin de Bruyne through injury © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONCity’s victory at Arsenal without ever hitting top gear last weekend was ominous for the challengers trying to stop Pep Guardiola’s men becoming the first side in a decade to retain the title.But City were dealt a huge blow when Kevin De Bruyne suffered a serious knee injury in training on Wednesday, expected to keep the Belgian sidelined for at least two months.If any squad is equipped to deal without a world class talent like De Bruyne, it is probably the one at Guardiola’s disposal.Bernardo Silva starred against Arsenal and Chelsea in the Community Shield from a more central role with new signing Riyad Mahrez starting on the right.David Silva is yet to play a minute this season and 18-year-old Phil Foden has been tipped by Kyle Walker to take his chance in De Bruyne’s absence.“We don’t just rely on one player. It’s a team game and whoever steps in will do well,” said Walker. “Obviously, it’s a big loss but we’ve got more than enough cover.”Life without De Bruyne begins at home to Huddersfield on Sunday.Fixtures (5pm unless stated)SaturdayCardiff v Newcastle (2:30pm), West Ham v Bournemouth, Tottenham v Fulham, Leicester v Wolves, Everton v Southampton, Chelsea v Arsenal (7:30pm)SundayManchester City v Huddersfield, Burnley v Watford (both 3:30pm), Brighton v Manchester United (6pm)MondayCrystal Palace v Liverpool (10pm)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Jua Kali to face Kingstone in Koth Biro final

first_img0Shares0000Makadara MP George Aladwa hands over the trophy to 2018 Koth Biro tournament champions, Cinema FC at Ziwani Grounds in Nairobi on January 5, 2019. PHOTO/SPNNAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 29 – Allin Jua Kali will take on Kingstone FC in the finals of the 2019 Koth Biro post-season tournament this Saturday after both sides waded through their semi-finals with identical 1-0 victories over the weekend.Former AFC Leopards striker Victor Ochieng scored the lone goal for Jua Kali as they overcame a star studded Masa while Kingstone beat home side Umeme Bees via the same margin via Chrispinus Onyango. Home side Umeme were in control of their tie, but were undone by poor finishing and punished by Kingston who took their chance.Umeme dictated the tempo and had an early chance when Mike Oduor found himself with the keeper to beat but his attempted chip the keeper went over. Oduor kept his menace infront of goal and had two efforts off a freekick come against the bar.They kept the tempo in the second half and created more chances with Clyde Ssenaji seeing his effort denied by the upright before the keeper made an outstretched save to deny him five minutes later.Kingstone who all along had been playing behind the ball got their chance in the 63rd minute when Onyango pounced on a ricocheted ball off a freekick to score.Umeme who had been wasteful infront of goal tried to turn the tables and piled pressure with Senaji coming close again with an 89th minute goal that was saved by the keeper.In Sunday’s semi, Jua Kali withstood pressure from a star studded Masa to book a slot in the final.The first half was equally balanced with wasted opportunities on both sidesOchieng broke the deadlock on the hour mark with an angled header into the top corner off a poorly defended corner.The debutants who have emerged as the surprise package this season hope to replicate the feat achieved by South B United in 2017 to win the title on their maiden appearance.0Shares0000(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Farming runoff linked to deformities in frogs

first_imgWASHINGTON – The growing number of deformed frogs in recent years is caused at least partly by runoff from farming and ranching, new research indicates. Nitrogen and phosphorous in the runoff fuel a cycle that results in a parasitic infection of tadpoles, resulting in loss of legs, extra legs or other deformities, according to researchers led by Pieter Johnson of the University of Colorado, Boulder. Their findings are being published in this week’s online edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The deformed frogs have been a puzzle for more than a decade, since a group of Minnesota schoolchildren discovered a pond where more than half of the leopard frogs had missing or extra limbs. Suggested causes have ranged from pesticides and increased ultraviolet radiation to parasitic infection. While parasite infection is now recognized as a major cause of such deformities, the environmental factors responsible for increases in parasite abundance had largely remained a mystery, Johnson said in a statement. The parasites, called trematodes, have a series of host species. They grow in snails and become infectious when released by the snails into ponds, where they can infect frog tadpoles. 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

ID traffic thrives, despite safeguards

first_imgLuis Hernandez is laughing as he sells fake driver’s licenses and Social Security cards to illegal immigrants near a Los Angeles park known for shady deals. The joke, to him, is the government’s promise to put people like him out of business with a tamperproof ID card. “One way or another, we’ll always find a way,” said Hernandez, 35, a sidewalk pitchman who is part of a complex counterfeiting network operating around MacArthur Park, a teeming area near downtown. No matter what the federal government does, sellers vow to keep providing authentic-looking IDs for as little as $150, to anyone who wants them. Some coming to MacArthur Park are teens who want an ID for bars and buying booze. Others are ex-convicts whose criminal records make working under their real names difficult. But most are illegal immigrants who need work documents – documents that employers looking for cheap labor rarely scrutinize. As Congress struggles to reform laws that affect the nation’s estimated 11 million illegal immigrants, one central question is how to crack down on fake documents and punish the employers who accept them. President George W. Bush has suggested foreign workers carry a single ID that includes a fingerprint. The House and Senate, meanwhile, passed bills that would force employers to verify job seekers’ Social Security numbers with a phone call and immigration status through an electronic database. “The key to controlling this situation is turning off the magnet of jobs that attracts illegal immigrants,” said Mark Krikorian, head of the Center for Immigration Studies, a think tank that supports tighter immigration controls. Many businesses with a long-standing “don’t ask, don’t tell” stance got a jolt in April when federal authorities arrested nearly 1,200 illegal immigrants and a handful of managers working at IFCO Systems plants from Southern California to New York. More than half of the 5,800 employees at the pallet and crate manufacturing company in 2005 had invalid or mismatched Social Security numbers, authorities said. Despite that example, the raid was an exception. Work site arrests have fallen sharply in recent years, from 2,849 in fiscal year 1999 to 1,145 last year, according to U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. Immigration officials said the fake document business has become increasingly difficult to stop. In the past, authorities could often break up a network by raiding a central “document mill” where Social Security cards, passports and licenses might be drying on a large printing press, said Kevin Jeffery, deputy special agent in charge with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Los Angeles. Now documents are made with illegal software on laptop computers. That mobility makes them harder to bust. “With a computer and a printer, you are in business,” Jeffery said. Authorities can be stymied by complex delivery networks. Sellers who openly pitch passers-by don’t carry any documents. Instead, they negotiate prices ranging as high as $300 for a package containing a driver’s license, Social Security card and “green card.” Next, they send the buyer to a less crowded area a few blocks away. A picture is taken, and a runner collects the money before the two contacts split in different directions. The picture and cash change hands a few times before arriving at an apartment where a laptop, printer and laminating machine spit out the documents. Within an hour, another runner, perhaps a young man dressed as a student or even an elderly woman, delivers the documents near the site of the original deal. Hernandez, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, said it’s not easy work. The biggest threats to his business are disgruntled customers, undercover agents who record deals with cameras the size of a button, and gang members demanding to be paid for protection. The international Salvadoran gang MS-13 was born in MacArthur Park’s surrounding neighborhoods. When Hernandez senses a customer might be a police officer, he calls out “7/11” in English, and his underlings disappear. If a seller is arrested, others collect money to bail him out of jail. “We are not trying to do anything bad,” said Sergio Guitierrez, 35, an illegal immigrant from Mexico who quietly says “IDs here” to people walking by the park. “Immigrants just need to work.” Sellers said they can charge Americans more money, but they are more likely to return and complain if unsatisfied. An American woman who appeared to be in her 30s recently returned to the park holding an authentic-looking California driver’s license with a split corner. “This license you gave me is falling apart,” she told a document seller. Five men quickly shuffled her beneath the overhang of a nearby building and promised a new license. Sellers said they’ll never be stopped because their product will always be in demand. “This is the government’s fault,” said Maria Zuniga, 55, an illegal immigrant from Honduras who sells and transports documents. “They won’t even give us a number to work or a driver’s license.”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


first_imgCongratulations to Precious Aduaka and Tara Carr on their medal winning performances at the AAI National Juvenile indoor Championships.Both girls returned home from Athlone IT last weekend with bronze medals.Tara added a bronze medal to her vast collection in the U19 High Jump while Precious won her first ever national medal in the U12 Shot Putt. This weekend David Smith was in action in U14 800m.He came home with a silver medal. He started off strongly, sitting in 2nd at the end of first lap, but as pace increased on lap 2, he began to slip back, falling as far as 7th at one stage and seemed to be struggling.However, with about 300m to go, he suddenly found another gear and rapidly picked off runners in front of him, getting back to 2nd place by the bell.Unfortunately, that was just as Cian McPhilips (Longford A.C.) kicked for home and in a matter of seconds he was away and clear. David gave chase but didn’t have enough left to narrow the gap appreciably, settling for defending 2nd place from Naas A.C.’s Michael Lawlor, which he managed to do reasonably comfortably in the end.He finished in 2 min 17 secs, knocking over seven seconds of his previous PB.It was great to see LAC athletes being rewarded for their hard work with medals, PBs & qualifications for finals.Well done to our medal winners and to all the athletes who participated over the two weekends.OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES FROM LETTERKENNY AC JUVENILES AT NATIONAL FINALS was last modified: March 30th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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)last_img read more


first_imgTHE Polish worker who caused a storm over her comments about living on the dole actually said she felt guilty about it, a new translation of her interview with a Polish newspaper revealed today.The woman – called Magda – has also been defended by the Polish embassy who says some of her comments were taken out of context.“Do I feel guilty about living on benefits? Certainly! I don’t want to live at the government’s expense, which is why I treat this help as an opportunity to start my own business,” says the woman in the extensive interview. ‘Magda’ says she receives an allowance of €188 per week plus €59 for her flat in Donegal and €20 for fuel – giving her a total of €267. This is €67 more than she was earning as a waitress in a local hotel and more than she might hope to earn from the social welfare system in Poland.“How am I holding up? Great.  I move on and change. I can breathe,” she says of her situation.According to a translation of the article ‘Magda’ describes Donegal as “either the most beautiful, or the most remote and boring in Ireland.”“Wherever you look, there are green hills, beaches stretching out to the horizon, and it looks like a postcard. On the other hand, you could walk on the beach for an hour and you won’t meet anyone except for an old man in a wind jacket. ‘Magda’ says her life involves going to the local beach to watch the sunrise: “It charges me for the rest of the day” while she has used the time out of work to take up yoga, surf, decorate her house and have a healthy diet.“Unemployment benefits are for people to stop for a while and think about their lives. I for one discovered that I no longer want to work for someone. I like having things settled my way,” she is quoted as saying.In a statement, the Polish Ambassador said he hoped that the Irish people realised the work ethic and values of the Polish community and that these attributes are inaccurately presented in this article in the Polish newspaper.  POLISH WORKER ROW: ‘I FEEL GUILTY ON THE DOLE’ SHE SAYS was last modified: February 1st, 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)last_img read more


first_imgTILLY BARCLAYThe sudden death has taken place of Tilly Barclay, Glassley, Convoy. Removal from Gibsons Funeral Home at 8pm today going to her residence. Funeral from there on Sunday at 2.30pm for service in The Congregational Church, Derry Rd, Raphoe, with burial afterwards in the family plot in St Ninian’s Church, Convoy. Family time from 11pm -11am. Family flowers only, donations if desired to St Josephs Hospital, Day Ward c/o Gibson Funeral Directors, Convoy.ANGELA MOLLOY The death has taken place at the Donegal Hospice of Angela Molloy nee Kennedy, Dawros, Bay House, Rosbeg. Removal from the Hospice today at 3pm to her late residence. Funeral from there on Sunday at 10.20am for 11am Requiem Mass in St Conal’s Church, Kilclooney. Interment afterwards in the adjoining churchyard. Family time please from 12 midnight to 10am.DAN HARKINThe death has taken place at his late residence of Dan Harkin, husband of Oliveen Sharkey, Tullagh, Clonmany. Funeral from his residence tomorrow, Sat, going to St Mary’s Church Clonmany for Reqiem Mass at 11am.Interment afterwards in the adjoining Cemetery. Family flowers only donations in lieu to the Day Centre St. Colmcille village Clonmany c/o any Family memberNANCY MCLAUGHLIN The sudden death has taken place at Letterkenny General Hospital of Nancy McLaughlin, Kinnego, Ballymagan, Buncrana. Her remains will repose at her residence from 6PM Saturday. Funeral service at her residence on Monday 21st May at 11am, followed by removal at noon to Roselawn Crematorium for cremation. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu to Letterkenny General Hospital c/o any family member.JOHN KENNEDYThe sudden death has taken place in Letterkenny General Hospital of John Kennedy, Cabrabrook, Trentagh. Remains are reposing at his late residence. Funeral Mass tomorrow, SAT, at 12 noon in St Columba’s Church, Glenswilly Internment afterwards to Templedouglas Cemetery. DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR FRIDAY, MAY 18, 2012 was last modified: May 18th, 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:2012DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR FRIDAYMAY 18last_img read more