HOLIDAY, Fla. – An Amber Alert was issued Monday morning for a 9-year-old boy from Pasco County.According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Michael Morris was last seen in the 4000 block of Sail Drive in Holiday, Florida.Authorities believe he may be in the company of Haralampos Savopoulos, 50, who is also from Holiday.Michael was last seen wearing a black T-shirt and white shorts. He has a cut on his chin.Authorities said Michael and Savopoulos may be traveling in a white, 2011 Nissan Versa with Florida tag PCWH01. It’s unclear whether they are related or why authorities believe Savopoulos would take Michael.Police warn the public not to approach Savopoulos or the vehicle if spotted, but to call 911 immediately.
Facebook26Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington Governor Jay InsleeGov. Jay Inslee issued his Safe Start proclamation as the Stay Home, Stay Healthy expired May 31 at 11:59 p.m.The governor announced Safe Start — Washington’s Phased Reopening plan on Friday during a press conference where he detailed the county-by-county approach.“Thanks to Washingtonians pulling together, we can transition fully to our county-by-county approach to safely reopen,” Inslee said. “If we remain diligent and committed to more effective ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we will continue to save lives and open up more businesses while protecting our friends and neighbors.”Washington will move through the phased reopening county-by-county allowing for flexibility and local control to address COVID-19 activity geographically.Read the rest of the story on the governor’s Medium page.
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A civilian and a member of the City Constabulary were injured on Friday morning during a scuffle in the compound of the Mayor and City Council.Information reaching Guyana Times revealed that Constable Rawle Bobb was stabbed to the mouth by the civilian and in retaliation, the Constable whipped out his service weapon and shot the man to his foot. Reports are the incident occurred at about 09:30h after the civilian, who was sentenced to do community work at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts returned to the outpost to enquire about his pedal cycle that was left there.This enquiry, Guyana Times understands, led to a heated argument between the two men which quickly escalated into an altercation. As a result, a door at the outpost broke off and it was this that angered the Constable further. The civilian reportedly armed himself with an improvised “jucker” and stabbed the city Constable to his mouth and in return, the Constable shot the suspect to his foot. They were both taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital where they were admitted.When contacted, Chief Constable Andrew Foo indicated that the matter is being investigated. He said from what was reported, he is of the understanding that the civilian entered the City Constabulary to “claim a cycle”. “He was being spoken to by one of the ranks. He became disorderly. He attacked the rank and stabbed him to the face and mouth,” Foo said.
I arrived there on Saturday at about 11, went to the hotel.At the hotel when I was at reception, there was an Indian man who was talking about how he’s in Cape Town for 2 days because the ship he came on (he’s in the Navy from India) and how all he really wants to see are penguins and other animals – he’s never been on African Soil before.Prize-winner! This was our first prize-winning story. Congratulations, Welma!He wants to do something really exciting like go to a game reserve, bungee jump off Table Mountain, just anything really amazing. So there I was just standing there listening to him speak and thinking what on earth have I done that is absolutely exciting in Cape Town.I am a Jo’burg girl – had been to Cape Town twice before (first when I was 10 – school trip, then again when I was about 20/21 – for work). I don’t remember much about Cape Town. I had plans to just go to the Waterfront and shop (okay buy one expensive thing then call everyone I know to tell them how expensive everything in Cape Town is).So there we areSo there we are standing at Reception (me waiting to check in, and him hoping to find something exciting to do). Then the receptionist suggests that for only R390 he can go on a half-day tour of the city. So I had to jump in, because at that moment I realised how boring my trip would be if all I did was visit shops that exist in Jozi. (I can always buy in Joburg).So okay – I have cash on hand, I’m going on a tour bus. I’m completely South African (I’ve never even been out of the country, nor do I own a passport), and I really don’t know my country and in any case it just sounds exciting.I’ve just made a new friendI’ve just made a new friend (the Indian guy) and at 13:30 we are going on a tour around the city. Our tour-guide is a gentleman from Chicago – USA. So no! I feel completly embarrassed, but really who cares; that was my first adventure around a city I didn’t know.He knew all there was to know about Cape Town – the history, the names of the mountains, who Vasco Da Gama is (History Standard 6 or 7 – or even before, the name sounded familliar, but God knows I didn’t remember a thing about him).The tour went via Muizenburg, Simons Town (it was Navy Week – I didn’t know there was such a thing until we went through that town), The Cape Point, Cape of Good Hope, etc.I am so proud of myselfI am so proud of myself for having taken that enlightening tour it’s not funny.I have never had so much fun in my life – travelling with an Indian man (who enjoyed seeing things that I thought were normal – I mean the animals), my tour guide from Chicago (who was just a great guy who I’m embarrassed to admit knows my country’s history so much better than me it hurts), and my camera (full of pictures of everything – flora and fauna I couldn’t name if you paid me, I just love knowing that I saw all those things).That is my story about my trip to Cape Town. And since then, my first ever trip alone, I am now planning to go on a tour bus to Mpumalanga in July (alone or with my cousin) and one to the North West (okay not the whole province just Sun City – with my friends).Taking the Sho’t Left challenge …Story submitted to SAinfo on 9 April 2008
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Soybeans saw bearish acres and stocks, corn prices had a friendly acres report and bearish stocks, and wheat was neutral following today’s Planting Intentions Report and Grain Stocks Report.Market talk about 2017 U.S. corn and soybean acres has been a dominant feature the last two weeks. During that time volume has been on the decrease. Daily price ranges from high to low, has been narrower than normal. Yet, the reality from previous report days suggests grain stocks are the more important number to watch. Grains stocks are a known number while acres are a prediction of what is yet to happen.Headed into the report traders were looking for bearish grain stocks and bearish acres numbers. Prior to the noon report, corn was up 2 cents, soybeans down 6 cents, and wheat was up 1 cent. Shortly after the report corn was up 4 cents, soybeans down 17 cents, with wheat up 2 cents.Today’s reports can be boiled down to two words, stocks and acres. Yet, in the simplicity of only two words, this day is often coined, “the most important USDA report day for the entire year.” It can also be a pretty volatile day for price action. Why? Big price moves have taken place in the past. December corn had it biggest up move on report day in 2011, up 30 cents. The biggest down day was 2013, down 32 cents. The average change is 10 cents. November soybeans biggest up day on report day was 2009, up 50 cents. The biggest down day was in 2008, down 70 cents. The average change was 20 cents. For perspective, daily price limits are, corn, 25 cents; soybeans, 70 cents, and wheat, 30 cents.U.S. corn acres in 2017 were estimated to be 89.996 million acres, big surprise. Last year U.S. corn acres were 94 million acres. The average estimate for corn was 90.9 million acres. Soybean acres for 2017 were estimated to be 89.482 million acres. Last year the U.S. soybean acres were 83.4 million acres. The average estimate for soybeans was 88.2 million acres. U.S. wheat acres in 2017 were estimated at 46.059 million acres. Last year the U.S. had 50.15 million acres of wheat. The average trade estimate was 46.13 million acres. It is no surprise corn and wheat acres were down while soybean acres were up. That has been a given conclusion for several months.US corn stocks on March 1 were estimated at 8.916 billion bushels. Last year corn stocks were 7.82 billion bushels. The average trade estimate was 8.53 billion bushels. US soybean stocks were estimated at 1.735 billion bushels. Last year soybean stocks were 1.53 billion bushels. The average trade estimate was 1.68 billion bushels. US wheat stocks on March 1 were estimated at 1.655 billion bushels. Last year wheat stocks were 1.37 billion bushels. The average trade estimate was 1.62 billion bushels.
Having been a part of the Sharks Volunteer crew since 2004, Steve has been a constant familiar face and very well liked amongst the Sharks playing group. SQBD prides itself on setting the standard on and off the field and it has been Steve’s contributions over the many years which has assisted in setting its off-field professionalism and standards. The fact that Steve is prepared to drive 16 hours to take equipment to a tournament to ensure Sharks players receive the same service as any other at another proves his importance to this organisation. As a result of his work and commitment at South Queensland Touch, Steve has also been awarded a life membership. He has also been a long-term member of the South Queensland Board of Directors and still currently supervises junior selection programs.
Bournemouth winger Brooks could return in November – Giggsby Ansser Sadiq18 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveWales boss Ryan Gigga believes that David Brooks is at least a month away from fitness.The 22-year-old Bournemouth star is suffering from ankle ligament damage.Welsh fans were hoping he could be back sooner, but it appears that Brooks could miss the remainder of his country’s Euro 2020 qualifiers.Giggs told BBC Sport: “Even if he was fit, he has been out a long time.”His return is looking around November.”Now whether that’s back playing or back actually training, I’m not too sure. It’s a bit of a difficult one because he was still in a boot in the last camp.”Even if he was fit he has been out a long time. Even if he’s on the bench or fit for Bournemouth the week before, it will be difficult to pick him because he’s been out for so long.”We will see, you never know, there’s still time yet.” About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say
TORONTO – Toronto police say they have laid charges against 12 people arrested Friday night during a rally to protest a controversial debate featuring former White House strategist Steve Bannon.The accused have not been publicly identified but police say the charges include trespassing, disorderly conduct and assault of a police officer.They say two officers were injured during the protest, which delayed the start of the debate at Roy Thomson Hall by roughly half an hour.It’s alleged one officer was punched and another was hit with a stick. Videos posted on social media showed officers using batons to hold back the crowd outside the auditorium, and one photo showed an officer using pepper spray.The event, part of the Munk Debates, saw Bannon and conservative commentator David Frum debate the role of populism in politics.Critics had called on organizers to cancel the event, accusing Bannon of being a white supremacist and arguing he should not be given a platform to share his views.Bannon denied the accusations and organizers stressed what they called the importance of allowing vigorous discussion of hot topics.