* Non-availability of illegal drugs He added: “Just as we are taking steps to attain our goal of a drug-free Philippines, it is important for every citizen to continue the steps we have already taken to keep our community safe from the threat of illegal drugs.” PDEA-Aklan continues their random checking operations at the Dumgauit port in New Washington town and at the Ceres terminal in this capital town to tighten security against drug activities amid modified general community quarantine.“While the implementation of quarantine measures was loosened and businesses start to gradually operate again, our PDEA operatives increased our rally against illegal drugs,” Tablate said.(With a report from Akean Forum/PN) * Operation of voluntary and compulsory drug treatment and rehabilitation processing desk * Absence of clandestine drug laboratories, warehouses, marijuana cultivation sites * No drug transit or transshipment activity * Absence of drug dens, pushers and users, protectors or financiers According to PDEA-6 director Alex Tablate, drug-clearing efforts of villages in Western Visayas never stopped as application of barangays to be cleared from drugs continues.At least 3,098 out of 4,051 barangays in Western Visayas have reached drug-cleared status as of June 5, 2020. * Conduct of drug awareness, preventive education and information campaign KALIBO, Aklan – The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in Western Visayas recently declared 304 villages in this province as “drug-cleared.” * Active involvement of barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan officials in anti-drug activities “Under this new normal environment, we always welcome anything you could share in this relentless fight. Let us all remind everybody that we are not on the safe zones just yet,” Tablate stressed. A Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency officer and his Narcotic Detection Dog inspect items loaded in a compartment of a bus at Ceres terminal in Kalibo, Aklan on June 8. This is one of the agency’s activities against illegal drugs. PDEA Region VI – Western Visayas These barangays passed the parameters of the government’s regional oversight committee which is composed of the Philippine National Police, Department of Interior and Local Government, Department of Health, PDEA, and the barangay and municipal councils. For a village to be declared drug-free, they should meet the guidelines set by the Dangerous Drugs Board. These are:
Though it is making slow, incremental improvement, the Cazenovia ice hockey team still has a whole lot of work ahead until it can catch up to its Division I opposition.At least, in last Tuesday’s game against CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt at the Morrisville State IcePlex, the Lakers had glimmers of good play amid a 6-2 defeat to the Brothers.Having lost to Syracuse and Fulton by a combined 18-1 margin the week before, Cazenovia wanted, at the very least, to not let things get out of hand early in this game.Through one period, CBA/J-D led 2-0, but the Lakers cut that margin in half five minutes into the second period when George Labinski found the net, assisted by Jack Donlin.Barely a minute later, though, the Brothers answered to make it 3-1, added two more goals 26 seconds apart late in the period to double that margin.At least Cazenovia played the third period on even terms, with Donlin getting a goal, assisted by James LeFever and James Dapson.All through the game, goalie Cy McCrink made a series of big stops, ending with 35 saves. Kodi Dotterer led CBA/J-D with a three-goal hat trick as Lesser Simon had a goal and three assists.Then the Lakers took on Auburn Dec. 21 at the Morrisville State College IcePlex, and though it twice found the scoreboard, it still lost 5-2 to the Maroons.Auburn had played the night before against Division I contender Baldwinsville and pushed that game to overtime before ending in a 1-1 tie, yet still had energy left over to take an early lead against Cazenovia and hang on from there.Cazenovia has games this Friday and Saturday against Shenendehowa and Saratoga Springs as part of Cortland-Homer’s holiday tournament at the J.M. McDonald Sports Complex.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Cazenoviaice hockey
Larisa Ceric, a Bosnian-Herzegovinian judo, is on the third place in the new rankings of the International Judaic Federation (IJF) in the category of +78 kg.The best BH judo has since the last success on the international scene, increased by four positions on the list.The first two positions remained unchanged and first is Idalys Ortiz, a Cuban, and the second is Kayra Sayit, Turkish.Aleksandra Samardzic, in category up to 70 kg, holds 19th place, which is for two positions better than the previous list.(Source: klix)
Connie KellerConnie L. Keller, formerly of Albuquerque NM, died Sunday, July 14, 2013 at Sumner Regional Medical Center in Wellington at the age of 60.Connie was born the daughter of Everett E. and Carol L. (Jellison) Keller on Monday, January 12, 1953 in Coldwater.Connie recently retired from the United States Postal Service where she was employed as a postal carrier for over 29 years. She was able to live in both Madison, Wisconsin and Albuquerque NM where she made many great friends over the years. Along with her friends, Connie will be missed by her family and her beloved dogs: Bailey, Maggie and Cote.Survivors include parents, Everett and Carol Keller of Protection, brother, Allen Keller and his wife Billie of Wellington, nephew, Adam Keller and his wife Jennifer of Goddard, niece, Erin Fenn and her husband Bob of Las Vegas, Nevada, niece, Allison Keller of Wellington, nephew, Evan Keller of Wellington, great-niece, Makayla Keller, great-nephews: Isaac Keller and Easton, Carter and Carson Fenn along with numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.Memorial services for Connie will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, July 19, 2013 in the First Baptist Church of Protection.Memorials have been established in her loving memory with Victory in the Valley, 3755 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita 67218.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info.Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.
Lukas Nmecha scored three minutes into added time to send England’s Under-19s into the final of the European Championship.The Manchester City forward came off the bench to net with virtually the last kick of the game. It came after good work from Tottenham’s Marcus Edwards on the right, and his pass inside found Nmecha on the edge of the six-yard box, with his brilliantly-crafted backheel beating Czech Republic goalkeeper Martin Jedlicka.The young Lions will now face Portugal in Saturday’s final and will be hoping to replicate the Under-20s, who won the World Cup last month. See the all important goal below… 1 Lukas Nmecha: The Man City youngster netted the vital goal for England We’ve done it! @LukasNmecha’s audacious injury-time goal sends the #YoungLions into the #U19EURO final! 👏 pic.twitter.com/N7bgmUMlY7— England (@England) July 12, 2017