October 11, 2012 468 Views Share Denver Woman Sentenced in Mortgage Fraud Case Denver resident, 32-year-old Vicki Dillard Crowe was sentenced to 60 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release and a restitution payment of $2.4 million for mortgage fraud. [IMAGE]””This sentence demonstrates that perpetrators of this type of crime will be held accountable,”” said Adam P. Behnen, inspector in charge at the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, which investigated the case along with the FBI.Crowe devised a scheme to defraud financial institutions and obtain mortgage loans for 19 properties in the Denver area. [COLUMN_BREAK]To qualify for the mortgage loans, Crowe “”made and caused to be made at least one materially false representation.”” She or someone on her behalf misrepresented her and her husband’s income and assets, her job title, and her financial liabilities. She also did not disclose all of her recent property purchases and falsely claimed properties as primary residences that were not, according to the indictment. Crowe also persuaded the property seller to inflate the sale price and then claimed the “”up front”” money she received was a payment to the broker or remodeling company. Crowe was indicted by a federal grand jury in April 2010, found guilty in December, and sentenced at the end of September 2012. She was ultimately charged with “”mail and wire fraud in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme,”” according to the “”Justice Department.””:http://www.justice.gov/usao/co/press_releases/2012/October2012/10_5_12.html “”The FBI is fully committed to protecting our economy by aggressively investigating those who commit mortgage fraud,”” said James Yacone, FBI Denver Special Agent in Charge.””Mortgage fraud hurts borrowers, the public, and the financial system as a whole,”” said U.S. Attorney John Walsh. “”We will continue to prosecute mortgage fraud aggressively and effectively.”” in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing, Technology Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies FBI Investors Justice Department Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Fraud Processing Service Providers 2012-10-11 Krista Franks Brock
oneworld launched a new platform for linking up to the world’s premier airline alliance yesterday, announcing that the first airline to join as a oneworld connect partner will be Fiji Airways.oneworld connect is the first new membership platform unveiled by oneworld since the alliance was originally announced 20 years ago, and each oneworld connect partner will need to have a minimum of three oneworld members as its sponsors to be initiated into the program. The initial oneworld sponsors of Fiji Airways will be all four of oneworld’s original founding members – American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific and Qantas. The Australian carrier will additionally mentor Fiji Airways through its oneworld connect implementation process. A date will be announced in due course for Fiji Airways to offer oneworld connect services and benefits.American Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Qantas already codeshare and have frequent flyer links with Fiji Airways. British Airways and Fiji Airways are currently discussing areas for potential bilateral cooperation.oneworld connect partners will provide select alliance benefits to frequent flyers from any oneworld member airline travelling on their flights, with a more extensive range of benefits offered with their oneworld sponsors.Customers with Emerald, Sapphire or Ruby status in any oneworld member airline’s frequent flyer programme will be able to use priority check-in desks, where available. Also, customers with Emerald or Sapphire status will be offered priority boarding.Fiji Airways CEO Andre Viljoen stated: “Fiji Airways is thrilled and honoured to be the first oneworld connect partner globally. We are delighted to link Fiji, and the South Pacific to the world’s premier airline alliance and deepening our relationships in particular with Qantas, American Airlines, British Airways and Cathay Pacific. This important step for our airline enables us to offer more services and benefits to our own customers along with the others in the oneworld family, to achieve a greater presence for our airline internationally and to build on the in-bound tourism that is so vital to our home nation and our region.”Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce said: “As a oneworld founding member, it is great to see the alliance evolve to bring additional benefits to more customers and expand its joint network. We’ve worked closely with Fiji Airways for many years and are pleased to serve as its mentor as it comes on board as the first oneworld connect partner.” airlinesfiji airwaysOneWorldoneworld connect
Measure helps local communities maintain public safety 20Sep Rep. Cole applauds resolution to extend county road patrols State Rep. Triston Cole today hailed House Appropriation Committee approval of a resolution that enables county law enforcement to patrol the streets of cities and villages.Cole, of Mancelona, said some of the local governments in Otsego County have faced economic hardships that required them to make cuts to their police departments. Otsego County Sheriff’s Department road patrols have helped maintain public safety in the past, and the resolution, introduced by state Rep. Aaron Miller of Sturgis extends secondary road funding to county sheriff’s departments so they can provide the patrols.“Many communities are still feeling the effects of the Lost Decade, and as a result are trying to make ends meet by reducing staff, including police officers,” Cole said. “This funding to help maintain public safety in our cities and villages must be renewed every year with a resolution, and I support the measure passed today by the Appropriations Committee. This bill provides the means for keeping families safe and businesses secure.”The resolution now goes to the full House for consideration.#####The resolution is House Concurrent Resolution 13. Categories: Cole News,News
State Rep. Scott VanSingel, left, and his legislative aides Marie Minarik and Travis Chapman, right, take part in a bill-signing ceremony Tuesday with Gov. Rick Snyder.Legislation introduced by state Rep. Scott VanSingel eliminating a confusing and unnecessary state regulation was recently signed into law by Gov. Rick Snyder.VanSingel’s bill was part of a four-piece package repealing the Michigan Explosives Act.“The Michigan Explosives Act was a useless law that generated confusion and created a liability for the state,” said VanSingel, of Grant. “People cannot legally possess explosives in Michigan without obtaining a federal permit, which requires applicants to go through a better screening process than the outdated and inefficient state law.”VanSingel said eliminating this state regulation makes it absolutely clear that a federal permit is required to possess explosives in Michigan.The legislation, House Bill 4524, was VanSingel’s first bill signed into law. It becomes Public Act 28 of 2018.### 21Mar VanSingel bill eliminating unnecessary state regulation signed into law Categories: VanSingel News
Rep. Beau LaFave today secured state assistance for a facility honoring the Upper Peninsula’s military heroes and celebrating our culture.LaFave played a key role in securing $500,000 for a building that will house the Upper Peninsula Veterans Museum, along with exhibits detailing outdoor life, the Iron Belle Trail, and Native American heritage past and present. The facility is planned for the Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds in Escanaba.“This is a fantastic project honoring our culture and our history – including the heroes who made incredible sacrifices so we can live in the most prosperous and free country God has ever allowed to exist,” said LaFave, of Iron Mountain. “I can’t wait to see this facility progress. It will be a treasure at the U.P. State Fairgrounds both during the fair week and the other 51 weeks of the year.”The building will honor the memory of John and Melissa Besse. Their foundation committed a $1 million gift for construction of the building, which also will include the Webster Marble Creating the Outdoors Exhibit, the Welcome Center on the Iron Belle Trail, and the Delta County Commerce Center.Also in the new state budget, Upper Peninsula schools will receive $240 more per student, the highest increase included in a statewide plan that has the largest average increase in 15 years.LaFave also supported investments to create more opportunities for jobs and economic growth in the Upper Peninsula.The budget includes a $100 million statewide workforce development plan to help residents fill high-demand jobs in skilled trades, health care and other industries.The budget also includes record investments to speed up road repairs, along with more resources to fight PFAS contamination and protect wildlife. The Legislature has approved the budget bills well ahead of the constitutional deadline for eight consecutive years.The new budget year begins Oct. 1.House Bill 5579 and Senate Bill 848 advance to Gov. Rick Snyder for his consideration. Categories: LaFave News,News 12Jun Rep. LaFave secures funding for U.P. veterans museum; supports increased investment in K-12 schools ###
ShareTweetShareEmail0 SharesAugust 24, 2014; New York TimesLast Friday, Russia sent more than 200 trucks with what they said were humanitarian supplies over the Ukraine border. Ukraine, in the midst of what President Poroshenko terms an “undeclared war” with separatists who have Russia’s support, was naturally suspicious of the convoy and insisted upon a process that would involve the Red Cross in inspecting and accompanying the supplies. But after repeated delays, the Red Cross refused to participate because their requirements for safe passage were not met.The convoy came through anyway in what Ukraine has termed an invasion of sorts. Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen of NATO made a statement condemning the convoy’s entry, and according to the White House, Vice President Biden “commended Ukraine’s restraint in the face of Russia’s blatant provocation and disregard of Ukraine’s sovereignty.”Meanwhile, as the trucks returned to Russia, that country congratulated itself on a successful humanitarian mission. The fact that the trucks went in and returned without incident—most of them, anyway; reportedly, only 185 were counted as coming back, with the others suspected as having been diverted to Donetsk—is being seen by some to be a PR win for Russia, in that it places those who were suspicious in a position where they might be viewed as alarmist.Russia’s Foreign Ministry said their goals had been strictly humanitarian all along. “We are satisfied that the Russian humanitarian aid for southeast Ukraine was delivered to the destination,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement. “We were guided in this exclusively by the goal of helping needy civilians.”—Ruth McCambridgeShareTweetShareEmail0 Shares
Pay TV channel Eurosport has extended its deals to provide coverage of the French and US Open tennis championships.Brokered by MP & Silva, the French Open deal secures coverage of the championship on Eurosport for three years, from 2012-14. The US Open agreement, through IMG Media, will see the US grand slam on Eurosport to 2017.The renewed deals for both events cover live pan-European rights, across all platforms. The events will be covered on TV channels Eurosport and Eurosport 2, on PC and mobile via Eurosport Player. Subscribers to Eurosport Player will also have access to a live multi-court service.
AOL has agreed to buy video advertising platform Adap.tv for US$405 million (€304 million) in a bid to target brands, agencies and publishers.AOL said that the takeover would allow it to offer an end-to-end solution and video stack for publishers and advertisers and follows recent heavy investment by the firm in premium content in the digital video space.“AOL is a leader in online video and the combination of AOL and Adap.tv will create the leading video platform in the industry. The Adap.tv founders and team are on a mission to make advertising as easy as e-commerce and the two companies together will aggressively pursue that vision,” said Tim Armstrong, chairman and Chief Executive Officer of AOL.Adap.tv is an video advertising platform that allows advertisers and publishers to plan, target and manage campaigns. AOL said Adap.tv has grown its global revenue by more than 100% per-year in the last three years, and in 2012 supported more than 26,000 global ad campaigns that ran on some 9,500 websites.Adap.tv will operate independently as part of AOL’s video organisation, which is led by senior vice-president of video Ran Harnevo, and will be included as part of the overall solution offered by AOL Networks to its publisher and advertiser partners.“Two trends are prevalent in the video space right now – the movement from linear television to online video and the shift from manual transactions to programmatic media buying. Adap.tv is positioned squarely in front of the huge opportunity these trends are presenting,” said Armstrong.AOL agreed to pay a total of US$405 million, which includes roughly US$322 million in cash and US$83 million in AOL common stock. The deal has been approved by both boards of directors and is expected to close this quarter.
Discovery is launching ID Xtra in Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. The new channel, ID Extra, will roll out on April 1.Discovery already operates the Investigation Discovery channel in the region and the new service will sit alongside the existing brand.The new female-skewed channel will be programmed with real-life mystery, crime and suspense factual and lifestyle programming. The launch in the CEE and MEA regions follows the success of Discovery’s ID channel in the US.The new channel’s launch line-up includes Tabloid, a new show from US talk show host Jerry Springer. In the series he will look at larger than life true stories. Other shows for the new channel include House of Horrors: Kidnapped following some of the world’s most infamous kidnappings.It will also have Redrum, a series that chronicles murders, starting from the crime scene and working back to the crime itself. Crime with Tamron Hall, meanwhile, will have the eponymous CNBC news anchor and fellow correspondents exploring true crime stories.“After the successful roll-out of TLC, we are now expanding our proposition for female viewers with ID Xtra. We believe the channel provides our distribution partners with truly unique content from the mystery & suspense genre and strengthens our portfolio, making it the best offer in pay TV today,” said Kasia Kieli, president & managing director, Discovery Networks CEEMEA.Paul Welling, senior VP, head of channels, Discovery Networks CEEMEA said: “Mystery & Suspense is one of the fastest growing genres in Pay TV and Discovery is in pole position leading the category.”
Albis Technologies will exhibit at ANGA COM on stand 10.1/R29. Albis Technologies is set to showcase a range of its SceneGate-branded HD IPTV set-top boxes (STBs) at ANGA COM. The three key products Albis will demo are its SceneGate Micro, SceneGate Micro II and SceneGate 9000 set-tops, which are all designed to support a variety of traditional and value added services – like IPTV, broadcast television, VOD as well as OTT, interactive content and media sharing.The SceneGate Micro is designed to be a low-cost, entry-level HD STB. Albis will demo this with Beenius’ Beesmart middleware application, which offers service providers the flexibility to deliver IPTV and OTT services.The STB features a flexible SDK that supports open APIs for integration with native- or browser-based middleware clients and applications, while accessories like wireless dongles, keyboards, and storage devices can also be connected to the STB to improve the user experience.The Micro II is a compact HD IPTV STB that is designed to deliver linear TV, VOD, OTT, and PVR services. New improvements to the platform include more memory, processing power, and a dedicated graphics GPU designed to support feature-rich applications.Meanwhile, the SceneGate 9000 offers what Albis says is “the richest feature set.” The high definition DVB/ IPTV STB supports on-demand, linear TV, and OTT services and includes integrated SD memory, SD support, and an HDD slots, meaning service providers can add advanced IPTV services like time-shifted TV and local PVR.Albis said it will also demo the SceneGate 9000 acting as a central living room device and the SceneGate Micro II as a wirelessly connected second room device to show off in-home media sharing.
Swedish public broadcaster SVT has appointed Hanna Stjärne its new CEO.She will fill the role being vacated by Eva Hamilton, who has run the Swedish broadcaster since 2006.Stjärne, who starts in the new role at an unspecified time during the next six months, is a journalist who has previously run Swedish public radio and, more recently, been editor in chief at Swedish publishing group UNT.“I am honored and delighted to have been appointed as CEO of SVT,” Stjärne said. “Nine out of ten Swedes [engage with] part of the SVT does every day. These are transformative times in the media industry and I look forward to taking the next step by SVT along with the staff.”She added: “I have a vast experience in software development, a strong digital background and a deep knowledge of the changes in the media landscape, both within the public service and commercial side.”SVT chairman Anna-Karin Celsing oversaw the recruitment process. “She has gained valuable experience from the rest of the media – something that will be beneficial for SVT with the change that the media industry is expected to undergo in the coming years,” she said.Eva Hamilton told the SVT board in April that she planned to step down. “It’s been a difficult decision, but I gave SVT my all for eight successful years, and now the time has come to bow out,” she said at the time. She has been at the helm of the pubcaster since 2006 and with the organisation for 24 years.
FCC chairman Tom WheelerA US appeals court has upheld regulator the FCC’s Open Internet rules, sparking wildly opposing responses from the cable industry and the likes of Netflix.If enacted, the rules will reclassify broadband providers as telecommunication services under Title II of the US Federal Communications Act, effectively subjecting them to stronger regulation and banning them from paid prioritisation of internet ‘fast lanes’.Both the National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA) and the American Cable Association (ACA) said they were “disappointed” by the decision by the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.The ACA said its members – which are among the smallest players in the US market – would be willing to be subject to net neutrality regulation, but said it was strongly opposed to “onerous Title II rules” claiming these would impose “unnecessary and significant costs.”“ACA is disappointed that the D.C. Circuit supported the FCC’s decision to regulate the complex, computer-like networks of ISPs as though they are ‘dumb’ pipes provided by monopoly telephone companies,” it said in a statement.The NCTA urged Congress to “renew their efforts to craft meaningful legislation that can end ongoing uncertainty, promote network investment, and protect consumers.”It added that the appeals court ruling is “unlikely the last step in this decade-long debate over internet regulation” – a sentiment echoed by FCC commissioner Michael O’Rielly, who said he expected the decision to be appealed in the US Supreme Court.On the other side of the debate, Netflix welcomed the ruling, claiming that it “underscores what’s possible when millions of consumers unite to be heard and government officials listen.”Netflix said that by defining “interconnection as a central part of net neutrality”, over-the-top service providers will be able to reach consumers “without ISP interference.”“Now the FCC has clear authority to hold ISPs to these openness rules and turn its attention to policies that support an affordable, faster internet,” said Netflix.FCC chairman Tom Wheeler described the ruling as a “victory for consumers and innovators who deserve unfettered access to the entire web.”In a statement, he said the DC Circuit court decision “ensures the internet remains a platform for unparalleled innovation, free expression and economic growth” and “affirms the commission’s ability to enforce the strongest possible internet protections – both on fixed and mobile networks – that will ensure the internet remains open, now and in the future.”FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel agreed that the decision “supports internet principles of fairness and openness—the principles that keep us innovative, fierce, and creative.”However, not everyone at the FCC was in support. O’Rielly said that, if allowed to stand, the decision will be “extremely detrimental to the future of the internet and all consumers and businesses that use it.”FCC commissioner Ajit Pai said: “I continue to believe that these regulations are unlawful, and I hope that the parties challenging them will continue the legal fight.”
Facebook is launching a number of updates to its Facebook Live video service, including the ability to broadcast for four hours rather than two and the ability to broadcast in full-screen mode.The time update is aimed at general users of the platform rather than Facebook’s media partners, who already have the ability to broadcast live streams with no time limit.The full-screen mode is available in portrait and landscape modes for iOS devices and portrait only for Android.For viewers of live video, Facebook has also introduced the option of hiding comments and reactions to focus on the video only.
Vivendi has struck a major strategic partnership deal with eSports group ESL that will see both groups collaborate to create the first official eSports leagues in France, based on ESL’s current Championnat National.Vivendi’s pay TV unit Canal+ will air ESL competitions on it channels and will become, according to the parent company, a major player in eSports in France as a result. The company said that discussions are underway to decide which games will be covered by the new competitions.Vivendi said that the new national leagues would allow French pro-gamers to establish themselves at an international level against teams organised in other ESL leagues and competitions around the world, which include the Intel Extreme Masters, ESL One and the Starcraft II World Championship Series.Canal+, which is already the sponsor of leading eSports outfit Team Vitality, is also creating Canal ESports Club, a new magazine show dedicated to eSports, and will air Game Fever, a documentary show dedicated to the phenomenon on the channel on October 26. Canal+ will also air coverage of Paris Games Week, which take place from October 27-31.The media group said it would bring additional benefits to the partnership thanks to its ownership of Universal Music Group and online video site Dailymotion as well as its expertise in organisaing live events including L’Olympia and Digitick.ESL is a major player in international eSports, organising over 12,000 online events and 36 live stadium events, bringing together tens of thousands of people together for events as well as some tens of millions online.
Meredith BraceFox Networks Group has moved a senior executive to lead its digital sales operation in the US, with a pair of execs from social platform Twitter hired to bolster the unit.Meredith Brace has switched her senior VP, national sponsorship role at engagement ad firm true[X], which 21st Century Fox bought in 2015, for one at FNG as SVP, digital sales, reporting to executive VP of non-linear revenue David Levy.Brace has begun her new role by hiring Twitter pair James Kiernan and David Borstein as VPs of digital sales.Kiernan was global agency development lead at Twitter, and has worked at ZenithOptimedia, while Borstein was senior sales manager, and has held senior posts as SB Nation and MySpace.FNG sits within the 21st Century Fox conglomerate, and houses programme distribution arms Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution and Fox Networks Group Content Distribution.
VideoLAN, the outfit behind VLC, has launched a new version of the open source video player that includes support for the Chromecast streaming device along with the ability to play HDR video, 8K content and 360° video.VLC 3.0, also known as Vetinari, enables 4K and 8K playback, 10-bit and HDR video, 360° video and 3D audio and can stream content to Chromecast devices, including in formats not supported natively.The latter means that VLC is enabling casting from Windows PCs and Mac computers as well as from Android phones and tablets to Chromecast-enabled TVs.The latest version of the player is the first major release since 2015, and reportedly has fixed over 1,500 bugs.Other features include support for additional languages and fonts, support for multiple new codecs, and improved performance and battery life on iOS devices.
ShareTweet “It is often a unique opportunity for people from different communities to congregate together and enjoy some tea and music and, if they want, a dance.“The main hall at the Foyle Arena is the biggest indoor venue we have in the Council area so we can accommodate as many people as possible to mark the start of the St Patrick’s celebrations and hopefully help raise some funds for those less fortunate than ourselves.”Refreshments will be provided for the event which will run from 2pm and 4pm with music on the day provided by Midnight Sun.Tickets are free and a limited number are available from Council Offices by telephoning Andrea Campbell on 028 7137 6545. MAYOR of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Alderman Hilary McClintock, will join older people from throughout the City and District to celebrate St Patrick’s Day with a special event at the Foyle Arena on Wednesday March 15th.The Mayor’s St Patrick’s Day Tea Dance will mark the start of Council’s packed programme of events for the Spring Carnival celebrations and will see community groups and members of the public come together to enjoy music and refreshments in the company of the City and District’s First Citizen.Donations on the day will go to the Mayor’s charities of Tearfund and Action Cancer and, speaking at the event launch, Alderman McClintock admitted it was an afternoon she is particularly looking forward to.“During my Mayorality I have really enjoyed my tea dances because they are a great way for me to meet up and chat with older people from all over the City and District,” she said. For further information on Council, the Guildhall or the Mayor visit www.derrystrabane.com.MAYOR TO HOST ST PATRICK’S TEA DANCE AT FOYLE ARENA was last modified: March 7th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags: ALDERMAN HILARY MCCLINTOCKMAYOR TO HOST ST PATRICK’S TEA DANCE AT FOYLE ARENAST PATRICK’S DAY 2017
THE largest known private collection of memorabilia charting the history of Ireland and the Troubles has made its way to the Tower Museum in Derry and has been marked this week with the official launch of the ‘Peter Moloney Partnership’.Peter Moloney, a retired London-based architect was born in Buncrana, Co Donegal, and has spent 50 years accumulating his unique ‘Troubles treasure trove’ – a labour of love that began when he was just 15.His collection contains over 48,000 items – including political propaganda, pamphlets, posters and photographs, as well as badges, cartoons, stickers and t-shirts.As the years passed, the collection became an archive covering Bloody Sunday, the hunger strikes, peace initiatives and other events. ShareTweet Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Councillor Maolíosa McHugh referred to Peter Moloney’s artefacts as a ‘gem of a collection’.“I am old enough to remember the events and the locations included in this fantastic collection. Indeed, the artefacts are so important to the city as ‘a resource in every sense’.“In a non-judgemental way, we can look back and be fascinated by the tapestry of material included in this collection.”Jim O’Hagan, Chief Executive of Libraries NI explained that they were delighted to be involved with the Peter Moloney Partnership and were really looking forward to “promoting it for years to come.”Robin Percival, Chair of the Bloody Sunday Trust said that the Museum of Free Derry was ‘over the moon’ that Peter has made his comprehensive collection of nearly 50,000 items available – not least for younger generations.“At the Museum of Free Derry we welcome young people from across Ireland. They want to know about their own history. Peter’s donation will therefore enhance the experience for our young people. It is a tremendous resource for education” he said.The Peter Moloney collection has been physically transported to Derry from Peter’s home in Camden, London, and is now under the care of the Tower Museum.The Tower Museum is working in partnership with Libraries NI and the Museum of Free Derry to develop a programme of activities to highlight the significance of the collection and create access to it for a diverse range of audiences.Already Libraries NI have agreed to take custodianship of the 2,000 books and 3,000 journals which Peter has collected over the years – making these available as a reference collection that will be accessible to the general public.After the Easter break on Tuesday April 10th at 7 pm, Peter will be delivering a talk at the Tower Museum highlighting aspects of the collection from an insider point of view and recounting some tales of his travails while collecting items during ‘troubled times’.The event is free and places can be booked by contacting Tower Museum reception on 028 71372411.Peter Moloney’s ‘Troubles Treasure Trove’ finds home at Tower Museum was last modified: March 29th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: BLOODY SUNDAY TRUSTJim O’HaganLIBRARIES NIMUSEUM OF FREE DERRYPeter Moloney’s ‘Troubles Treasure Trove’ finds home at Tower MuseumTower Museum Peter’s unique historical collection has attracted interest from major museums such as the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the Guernica Peace Museum in the Basque country, but he has chosen the Tower Museum in Derry to be its home and hopes what he has created will be “a motivator for peace and reconciliation and common understanding”.Donating his unique collection to the Council’s Museum & Heritage Services, Peter said: “Some of my collection may upset people but we can’t rewrite history. My only wish is that people see it and learn from it.“I would like to take this opportunity to thank my family and friends who have assisted me with the collecting process over many years.“I would also like to pay tribute to Libraries NI for the invigorating and exciting conversations I have had with them when initially considering donating my collection.”
New Richmond, WV (WOAY) – A day after the Lady Warriors won in Clear Fork, Wyoming East boys basketball returned to the War Zone Friday to host Clear Fork, with both teams coming off games in Charleston earlier in the week.Wyoming East got out to an early lead, but Westside would keep the score close throughout the first half. Corey McKinney & Shane Jenkins each had standout performances from three-point range.After trailing at halftime 27-25, the Renegades gained momentum in the second half, going on to win 65-54, tying the all-time series at 21-21. Jenkins had 26 points for Westside, while McKinney led Wyoming East with 22 points. Facebook Mail Google+ Home Sports News Sports The 5th Quarter Northside Game of the Week – Westside @ Wyoming East (Boys) Twitter Linkedin Pinterest Tumblr Next Post5th Quarter: PikeView @ Liberty Previous PostAT&T Workers Demand Fair Contracts SportsSports News The 5th Quarter Northside Game of the Week – Westside @ Wyoming East (Boys) By Matt DigbyFeb 11, 2017, 00:36 am 718 0 Matt Digby Matt Digby is the Sports Director at WOAY-TV. He joined the station in January 2015 – right in the middle of Big Atlantic Classic Week. Read More
Pinterest SportsSports FeaturesSports News Lewis Nissan Athlete of the Week – Courtney Smith By Matt DigbyOct 03, 2018, 00:32 am 469 0 Previous PostFord Motor Co. celebrates 100th anniversary of Rouge plant Oak Hill, WV (WOAY) – Oak Hill girls soccer is currently enjoying a 14-game unbeaten streak, including Tuesday’s 4-1 win at Midland Trail.The Lady Red Devils benefit from the experience of several seniors, including midfielder Courtney Smith, who was a first-team all-state selection in 2017 and has continued that level of play this fall. Smith scored twice against the Lady Patriots, and has noted her individual growth as a player throughout the last few months.Oak Hill entered 2018 as a defending sectional champion, and is eager to take the next step and reach the state tournament. They’ve noted the sustained success with first-year head coach Savanna Babcock, and are eager to close the regular season on a high note.Hear from senior midfielders Smith, Georgia White, and Tori Mackowiak. Oak Hill’s next scheduled game is Thursday against Braxton County. Twitter Google+ Tumblr Mail Matt Digby Matt Digby is the Sports Director at WOAY-TV. He joined the station in January 2015 – right in the middle of Big Atlantic Classic Week. Read More Home Sports News Sports Lewis Nissan Athlete of the Week – Courtney Smith Linkedin Next PostHS Girls Soccer: Oak Hill @ Midland Trail Facebook