Dreher begins the five round tournament on the course’s Legends Course, and started her first round today at 9:17 a.m. ET.She began her tournament on the first hole in group #37, along side P.K. Kongkraphan of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, as well as Lacey Agnew of Jonesboro, Georgia.It’s a big weekend for Dreher, who is playing for her second straight LPGA membership, earning her first membership at last year’s 2011 Q-School qualifying tournament.- Advertisement -Players who finish the tournament within the top 40 rankings, as well as those tied for 40 place receive LPGA memberships for the 2013 LPGA Tour season. All other players competing in Stage III will receive Symetra Tour Memberships.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Flyers are set to host their home opener at the North Peace Arena tonight as they welcome the Falher Pirates to town.The Flyers are coming off a come from behind victory over the Pirates last Thursday. And this time around should have a full have a full roster hitting the ice. General Manager Lee Hartman said, “Last week we had two defencemen play in the game. The other four had to work or had other commitments to attend to. We will have a full complement of players tonight for the first time all season.”Tonight’s game at the North Peace Arena gets underway at 8:30 p.m.- Advertisement –
Residents in the northeastern corner of the province can expect a hand with their outdoor lighting scheme this October.Project Porchlight is an initiative to increase use of compact fluorescent lightbulbs across the country. The group is hoping to distribute 20,000 free lightbulbs door-to-door from Chetwynd to Fort Nelson.Julia Milliken with the organization says that the lightbulbs won’t just save electricity; they’ll also save homeowners money. [asset|aid=241|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=Julia Milliken_1_Pub.mp3]- Advertisement -Project Porchlight is looking for volunteers in the area. More information is available at www.projectporchlight.com.
– Advertisement -Have you ever taken a look around a restaurant and thought, “This place could use a good cleaning!”? Or perhaps your reaction was, “Wow, this place is so clean I would eat off the floor!” There are many areas an EHO’s work covers, but they all centre around keeping the public safe and healthy. A major component of the job is food inspections; from restaurant kitchens, to supermarkets, to the little vendor on the corner each summer. They are responsible for ensuring that any potentially hazardous food is handled in a manner promoting food safety. But that’s just one of their important roles.Advertisement You’ve heard of them; maybe seen them portrayed on TV or in a movie; perhaps you’ve actually met an Environmental Health Officer in person. If that’s the case, you may already know that they do a lot more than just food inspections. The health and safety of drinking water supplies and recreational water operations are also a top priority and area of responsibility for an EHO. That includes everything from ensuring the safety of drinking water sources, to inspecting public pools, hot tubs and in some cases, beaches. Sarah NicklasonEnvironmental Health OfficerNorthern Health **SubmittedMeet the Environmental Health Officer Either way, you may also have wondered just whose responsibility it is to make sure that commercial kitchen operators maintain clean facilities, follow food safety rules, and practice good food hygiene. In BC, these people are called Environmental Health Officers (EHO) – in other jurisdictions, they are often called Public Health Inspectors. EHOs also inspect personal service facilities, for cleanliness and the prevention of health hazards. A personal service could range from a barber shop to a manicure facility to a tattoo parlour. That’s a lot of inspections! But that’s still not all an EHO does. Other tasks include making recommendations on approvals of subdivisions; issuing holding tank permits; following up communicable disease and food borne illness reports; emergency preparedness; risk assessments; complaint follow-up; health hazard investigations, and, educating the public on any and all of these topics.Advertisement For more information about environmental public health related issues, contact your local health unit and ask to speak to an Environmental Health Officer. And the next time you’re in your favourite restaurant, take a look around for a food permit. It’s your way of knowing the EHO has already been there, working to protect your health! Summer camps and industrial camps are also inspected on a routine basis. Each camp must pass a food, drinking water and general camp inspection as well as have appropriate sewage disposal.
But, before the final horn sounded, there would be one more fight, between Tyler Loney and Trevor Mazurek. The two had tried to scrap late in the second, but the fight never really developed before they crashed to the ice, and the referee assessed the pair only minor penalties, allowing them to stay in the game, and have one more crack at some fisticuffs. After the game, Loney said was glad the ref allowed them to come back and finish what they had started. “We played in midget against each other, so it’s just an ongoing battle,” adding “He doesn’t mind that stuff, and I sure don’t.”Likewise, coach Adam Brash wasn’t too surprised with the physicality of the game. “You always expect coming to Spirit River it’s going to be a physical game – anything can break out at any time.” But, Brash was more than happy to have a fight on his hands. “We’re all competitors, and you want to compete every night, and if that means the gloves come off, then that happens.” “It was a great team-builder for us,” he added, “We needed this.”In the end, the final score was 9-6 in favor of the Flyers. The total penalty minutes between the two teams was close to 300. And there was plenty of bad blood remaining for a potential semi-final matchup between the two teams. Listen to this highlights package Advertisement [asset|aid=907|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=f1924b186f14c879a57e07bae7643abe-Flyers win 9-6 over the Spirt River Navigators_1_Pub.mp3]And so, the NPHL regular season comes to a close. The Flyers finish the season with a 24-1-1 record, and will await the winner of the first round mini-series between Valleyview and Lakeland. Flyers win 9-6 over the Spirit River RangersTo call Saturday night’s Flyers / Rangers game dramatic and intense would be underselling it. On the opening faceoff, Spirit River’s Shane McCormick went after David Alexander, leading to 14 minutes in penalties for each player. By the end of the first, more than 100 minutes in penalties had been assessed. And there were also seven goals.Craig Venhola opened the scoring, firing a point shot past Troy Hunt, to give the Rangers a lead, just 30 second in. The Flyers would fight back, with 3 in a row, from Jeff Shipton, and a pair from Jeff Fast. Goals from Mike Lefley and Mark Wallman would get Spirit River back to even, but before the first was over, Clayton Bahm put the Flyers back in front.- Advertisement -In the second, tempers continued to boil over, and 3 of the games 4 fights broke out. Aaron Scheppers fought with DJ Barbarich, Matt Shuya took exception to a hit from behind from Colin Lefley, and dropped with gloves with Lefley, and David Alexander stuck up for his cousin Todd, after Todd took a nasty high-stick from Chad Wilchynski, though Wilchynski seemed uneager to fight. By the time the second period was over, there were 224 minutes in penalties on the scoresheet. 3 players from each team had been thrown out of the game. And, while Todd Alexander got a concussion from the Wilchinski high-stick, Matt Shuya got a broken nose and put his bottom teeth through his bottom lip, and earned a trip to the hospital.There was also more scoring in the second, as the Flyers got goals courtesy of Kip Noble (2), and Mike Shipton, all three of which came on the powerplays assessed to the Rangers for thier stickwork. Spirit River got just one goal, scored by Mike Lefley, his second of the game.Finally, things settled down in the third, possibly because both teams were getting a little short-benched. Spirit River looked like they might make a game of it, after scoring two straight goals (Shane McCormick and Trevor Mazurek). But, within minutes, Kip Noble shelfed a backhander over Rangers goalie Darin Allen, to complete his hat-trick, and put the Flyers back up by 3. Advertisement
The Relay for Life planning committee is looking for groups that are willing to participate in this year’s event.- Advertisement -There are still opportunities to enter a team or join an existing one to help raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. The 12 hour non-competitive relay is an opportunity to get together and celebrate cancer survivors, remember loved ones, and fight back in the hope of finding a cure.The relay will be held at the Dr. Kearney track from noon until midnight, on May 29th. For more information, contact Christine Whitford at (250)785-0903 or email@example.comYou can also visit the Relay for Life’s website, by clicking here. By Energeticcity.ca staff
Interested people are asked to register online. The Canada Revenue Agency will be holding a seminar on Place of Supply Rules on the HST.The free seminar is aimed at businesses that conduct transactions with businesses in other provinces that do not have the HST.The topics will help businesses determine whether GST or HST will have to be charged on transactions between provinces.- Advertisement -One seminar will be held in Fort St. John at the Pomeroy Hotel on Sep. 22 starting at 1:30 p.m. and another will be held in Dawson Creek at the Best Western on Sep. 23 starting at 1:30 p.m.The topics that will be covered are:Place of Supply Rules – Tangible Personal Property (Goods)Place of Supply Rules – Intangible Personal PropertyPlace of Supply Rules – ServicesExceptionsAdvertisement
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– calls on supporters not to interfere with election materialsThe People’s Progressive Party (PPP) in its strongest terms condemned the ripping down of party flags by suspected supporters of the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APN/AFC) in various sections of Guyana.Speaking with Guyana Times, PPP/C Executive Secretary Zulfikar Mustapha explained that the action is deliberate and disrespectful.PPP/C Executive Secretary Zulfikar Mustapha“They have been ripping down these flags and in Region Five, Georgetown, Region Three and it seems as there are activists of APNU/AFC. Places like Hope Town, Den Amstel and certain sections in Georgetown it seems as a deliberate [action] by APNU/AFC supporters to rip down our flags.”As such, the matter was reported to the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC), the Guyana Police Force, and other relevant State agencies to investigate the matter and call for the ignorance to stop forthwith.“This election should be something that is fair where every party should have a chance to display their elections materials and things like that, so I hope these bodies will take note and deal with these matters,” the PPP Executive stated.Flags that are being ripped downMustapha further added that the PPP/C believes in democracy and will ensure that their supporters do not interfere with any other political party’s elections material.“We have informed them not to interfere with anybody’s materials. We believe in democracy; we believe in that everybody must have their fair chance and we have informed out activists not to interfere with anybody,” Mustapha cited.The destruction of party paraphernalia is nothing new. In 2015, a People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) rally was rudely interrupted by a band of supporters of the APNU/AFC – involving children in their nefarious activities, the supporters urinated on and burned PPP flags, and hurled missiles at the rally speakers, including party stalwart, Dr Roger Luncheon.The person reported to have urinated on the PPP flag and subsequently setting it ablaze was Child Welfare Officer Abigail Baveghems, who is also the daughter of an APNU member.That incident has been widely criticised, given that it occurred on the same day that political parties had signed on to a Code of Conduct aimed at guiding the manner in which campaigning is conducted.
Regional Super50 Tournament– rain has the final say as Canada-Windies B game abandonedThe defending champions Windward Islands Volcanoes succumbed to their fifth defeat in the Regional Super50 Tournament with an embarrassing loss against powerhouse Trinidad and Tobago Red Force.Trinidad and Tobago Red Force celebrateVolcanoes were blown away for a mere 78 in 22.1 overs, and Red Force batsmen enjoyed chasing down a small target as they completed the chase in 9.4 overs, winning by seven wickets.In a much-anticipated encounter at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Red Force won the toss and opted to field. Improved Trinidadian fast bowler Ravi Rampaul struck in his first over, rattling the stumps of Volcanoes opener Tyrone Theophile for 1. The Windward Islands Volcanoes continued to struggle as the Red Force skipper brilliantly opened the bowling, sending Kirk Edwards back to the dressing room with only seven runs to his name. Wickets continued to tumble as the Red Force bowlers chipped away with quick wickets. Left-arm spinner Khary Pierre wrapped up the innings in the 22nd over, bowling Alick Athanaze. Opener Girdon Pope was the only batsman offering resistance, stroking 37 from 44 balls – including five well-timed fours and one maximum off leg-spinner Imran Khan.Lendl SimmonsIn completing a comprehensive bowling effort, Khan picked up 3-13 from four overs, fellow spinner Pierre and seasoned fast bowler Rayad Emrit took two wickets apiece. Captain Dwayne Bravo, Rampaul and Jason Mohammed chipped in with one wicket each.Trinidad and Tobago Red Force opener Lendl Simmons blazed away to a quick-fire half century with his new opening partner, West Indies star performer Keiron Pollard, who lost his stumps to left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for a duck. Hodge picked up all three Red Force wickets, but was unable to prevent a thumping victory by Red Force. Simmons and the consistent Nicholas Pooran were the not out batsmen, with Simmons taking 20 off four balls, rubbing salt into the Volcanoes’ wounds.The Trinidad Red Force have now moved on to 23 points, two points behind table toppers Guyana Jaguars. Red Force will clash with Windies B in their next encounter while Volcanoes will battle Guyana Jaguars today, October 19 at 11:30h local time.In the other encounter at the Queen’s Park Oval, rain once again had the last say as the match between Canada and Windies B was abandoned. (Brandon Corlette)