Challenging draw for Tipp in Camogie championship

first_imgIn Group 2 this years beaten finalists Kilkenny have been paired with Galway, Clare, Limerick and Waterford.The Intermediate Championship sees Tipp in Group 2 along with newly promoted Westmeath. The group also contains Antrim, Kildare, Kilkenny and Galway.Group 1 of the intermediates has Cork, Carlow, Derry, Down, Laois and Wexford.The first round of fixtures in the Senior Championship will take place on the weekend of June 9th and 10th 2018, followed by the Intermediate Championship on Saturday June 16th and 17th Photo © Tipp FM & Denis Vahey Photography The draw for the 2018 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was made today.Tipp have been drawn in Group 2 alongside reigning All Ireland champions Cork.Also in that group are Dublin, Meath, Offaly and Wexford.last_img

Larisa Ceric third on the International Judaic Federation List

first_imgLarisa 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)last_img

Council learns quickly: cleaning up the town may be easier said than done

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Thank you for your input. -7 Vote up Vote down Ted “Theodore” Logan · 223 weeks ago “recently inherited property … and she doesn’t have the money ” Uhmmm…..allow me to help. Step 1 – Sell recently acquired property. Step 2 – Now you have money. Report Reply 2 replies · active 222 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down Tom Countryman · 223 weeks ago I am not sure she can sell the property without first removing the tires. Report Reply +4 Vote up Vote down Maria · 222 weeks ago usually a single mom doesn’t have extra income just sitting around, and why sell it when it might be something of value that her and her children can grow in? People don’t need to be so rude to others, she’s trying to work with the city and vice versa. Kudos to her not bashing them but working with them! Report Reply +1 Vote up Vote down james day · 223 weeks ago Imagine that, the city wasn’t prepared again. Thought they would step in with their feet already running. Report Reply 0 replies · active 223 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down mom2mykids · 223 weeks ago Why can’t the city take the tires and shred them and use it on the city play grounds?? Report Reply 2 replies · active 222 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Of Course · 222 weeks ago Yes, perfect. Shred the tires so all the wires in them stick out and then spread them around. Report Reply 0 Vote up Vote down Kaitlin · 222 weeks ago You know that they do take the wire out right? If you really think that we want kids to go to playgrounds to get hurt, then wow! Report Reply +1 Vote up Vote down Just Wondering · 222 weeks ago Where is the old Crestview Heights subdivision? Report Reply 0 replies · active 222 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — Using the advice of an outside consultant, the Wellington City Council is hoping to make the community a little bit cleaner. However, already there is a snag.One of the first people to run into this new cleaning project implemented by the city, made a compelling case at the city council meeting of the problems she is facing. The council has granted her an additional 90 days for a solution. City council members also wanted to find a way to help her.Kristy DeBuhr said she recently inherited property on Haslet Street from her grandmother, and she doesn’t have the money or ability to clean up the hundreds of tires on the property.She said she can’t just throw tires way. It costs $3 per tire to have someone come and get them, or she could have hauled them to Wichita and paid $1.75 each to have them legally disposed of.“It is a mess. I won’t lie,” she said. “I just need more time.”DeBuhr is a single mother, going to school and working full time. Getting rid of hundreds of tires would be a huge task even for a group of people with trucks, she said.She does not know how long the tires have been there, or how they got there, but she knows it is a problem and wants to get it cleaned up. DeBuhr said she even tried giving them away, thinking maybe someone would want them for a flower garden, but had no luck.Wellington Mayor Shelley Hansel said the top concern is the tires. They collect water and are a breeding ground for mosquitoes and other pests.City Manager Roy Eckert said it was certainly an extenuating circumstance and he said the city would try to help fix the situation.The city extended the time by 90 days, and is going to try to work out a way to help get rid of the tires. They don’t feel they can use city funds, but they may be able to find volunteers to help. A big part of the problem is disposing of the tires, which has to be done in a certain way.———It was a short meeting Tuesday, but a few other items were discussed:•The delivery of water to the 12 families in Mayfield, who had been getting raw water from the city’s water line, started last week and is going well. Council member Vince Wetta still wants to meet personally with KDHE officials to help get the situation resolved.The city has been pumping water from wells on these properties for about 50 years, and a part of the deal was, those people who owned the land were able to tap in and get free water.KDHE told the city it could no longer do this, and that all water has to be treated. The bottled water was ordered last week, and KDHE officials are supposed to meet with the city to iron out a final solution. The options on the table at present are putting in a water line or drilling individual wells.•Mayor Shelley Hansel signed a proclamation, declaring May 1-7 public service week.•Properties in the old Crestview Heights subdivision could go to a sheriff’s sale May 24, but the city may have an option to purchase them before that date. There is another meeting before then, and it will be discussed further then.•A work session  is set for 5:30 p.m. Monday, May 16, at Wellington City Hall. The council will discuss performance reviews of the city manager. Each of the council members were recently given a form to fill out to do the review. This will likely be held on executive session as it involves personnel. The raw water issue will also be talked about during that meeting.Another work session could be scheduled for the last week of May.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more