Facebook1Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Prime Locations, Inc. Prime Locations, Inc., one of Thurston County’s largest commercial real estate brokerages, has launched its Prime Unique Properties Division and has named Troy Dana as division vice president. Prime Unique Properties Division has also retained Doug Mah & Associates, LLC to provide management and public affairs services for targeted properties and projects. Troy DanaThe new division will focus on timber and forest lands, high amenity properties, historic and culturally significant locations, industrial and redevelopment opportunities, and mitigation and conservation areas and easements. It significantly expands Prime Locations’ property management and investment capabilities beyond the office, retail, industrial and multi-family commercial properties it has traditionally served since 1988. “Our new capabilities will allow us to represent properties that are unique and exclusive due to a mix of regulatory and land use constrains, high community interest, or complex multi-party exchanges,” says Zach Kosturos, President of Prime Locations. “We believe that there is a need for the specialized skills and experience the division will provide clients across the region.” Troy Dana is currently the owner of Dana Commercial Real Estate. Dana has more than 25 years in timberland, highest and best use (HBU), large unimproved parcel, recreational and conservation real estate sales, consulting, and management experience. He is the former CEO of Hodges, Gilliam and Dana Real Estate, an Olympia-based firm that grew to an annual sales volume of $120 million before it was sold in 2007. An expert in conservation and the value of trees and forests to the eco-system of the Northwest, Dana is the author of the white paper “Carbon Sequestration in Working Forests.” Doug MahDoug Mah is owner and principal consultant with Doug Mah & Associates, LLC. Mah brings 23 years of public administration experience combined with 10 years of unique elected office insights to the division. He served for 10 years on the Olympia City Council and as the City’s Mayor from 2007 to 2011 during a heightened period of public investment. Mah also enjoyed a 23-year career with the State of Washington where he held key state government positions involving research, policy analysis and strategic planning that began at the state’s Office of Financial Management and concluded at the state Office of the Chief Information Officer. “Adding Troy Dana’s vast experience to Prime Locations’ use of the newest technology and innovative tools brings unlimited possibilities for our clients,” says Kosturos, “Retaining Doug Mah’s high level consulting work for the Prime Unique Properties Division, we are positioned to bring a whole new and different level of service and management for unique properties to the region.”
What do you be taught there? “Extra appreciation. Colleagues right here generally stand up at 5, they’re in the shop from five-thirty to fill the cabinets,” he stated. “I, then again, have had the posh in my lifetime of being ready to flip my pastime into my occupationKrawietz made a splash on the French Open final 12 months alongside Andreas Mies by winning the Roland Garros doubles competitors. Krawietz is at present licensed to prepare as a skilled on an indoor tennis courtroom, thanks to an exception allow. “I play there three or 4 instances a week. In any other case, I purchased inline skates and use them to get on and off the Nymphenburg Canal in MunichAside from that, the motto for him is: disconnect and carton. The phrase service at present has a new that means for Kevin Krawietz, the German tennis participant who gained the doubles in the final version of the Roland Garros match along with Andreas Mies, He works as a stockman in a supermarket in these instances with out sports activities competitions. “I’ve been working for a supermarket for a number of weeks for a primary wage of 450 euros,” Krawietz, 28, revealed in an interview revealed right this moment by the journal “Der Spiegel”.You aren’t but allowed to scan and acquire merchandise on the checkout. “Along with a colleague, I replenish cabinets, I guarantee that the sausages and cheese are in sight and I type the empty bins, we name that cardboard“Krawietz reported on his second job.” Final week I as soon as did safety on the entrance, spraying the procuring carts with disinfectant. “Krawietz had”been planning to search for a regular job for a whereas, thanks to the coronavirus now I’ve the chance to accomplish that“he defined.
A 10 year-old boy identified as Courage Zeegban died when fire gutted a store in Karnplay, Nimba County Tuesday afternoon.According to Moore Tuah, the little boy was in the shop soon after it had been restocked with goods upon the return of the owner from Monrovia.At about 12 noon local time an electrical fault erupted within the store, immediately causing the fire in which the child was burned to death. The fire also destroyed all the goods within the store.Karnplay is one of the towns in Nimba which benefits from the cross border electricity provided by the West Africa Power Pool, WAPP. A technician is reported to have warned earlier that a prescribed wire be used in the house to avoid an electric fault, but the warning apparently went unheeded. However, the exact cause of the fire is yet to be established.The proprietor of the store, John Zeegban, was attending a development meeting when the fire occurred.The store which is named “Courage Business Center” after the victim, was said to be jammed packed with all kinds of goods ranging from mattresses to cotton goods, utensils and numerous other merchandise.The child was said to have sustained first degree burns and was beyond recognition. He died immediately and was laid to rest on the same day of the incident.Last October, a jilted man set his house ablaze in the same Karnplay region, leaving all the occupants to die as he fled to the Ivory Coast. But he was later arrested and is in jail awaiting trial.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
There are still 28 games left in the regular season, but the Lakers are settling into the No.6 spot in the Western Conference standings. They went into Thursday’s game trailing fifth-place Houston by four games and leading seventh-place Denver by three games. That likely would bring a first-round playoff series against Utah or San Antonio, and the Lakers would not have home-court advantage. They were the No. 7 seed last season and exited in the first round but not until pushing Phoenix to a seventh game. Jackson conceded that the Lakers have not played well in about three weeks, but he said the primary concern was how they closed the regular season. The Lakers went 19-11 after the all-star break last season. Odom had his strongest game since coming back from the sprained knee ligament. He attacked on the first play of the second half and drilled a key 3-pointer with the Lakers down by six in the third quarter. The Lakers started the third quarter on a 14-5 run to take a 68-61 lead but lost momentum when Smush Parker compounded a foul on Eric Snow by slamming the ball in frustration and drawing a technical foul. LOS ANGELES – Maybe it’s not a surprise for the coach who reached 900 wins faster than anyone in NBA history, but Phil Jackson arrived at Staples Center for Thursday’s game against Cleveland having been a part of only two five-game losing streaks in all his years of coaching. The last thing Jackson wanted to do was spend the four-day all-star break thinking about ways to correct the bearings of a Lakers team that had lost its course. Neither did his players. Such was the back story to the second Kobe Bryant-LeBron James showdown of the season. The Lakers had to end their four-game losing streak in order to reach the unofficial halfway point of the season on any sort of a positive note. But Cleveland held on for a 114-108 victory that sent the Lakers into the all-star break with a 30-24 record, and having lost five in a row and six of eight. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
“Thanks for all your posts,” wrote Martial. “My little Swan is fine but for the mother it is harder. Thanks to God she is better now. Sorry but my family will always come first, back tomorrow in Manchester.”Martial’s update comes after reports suggested that United are about to fine the 22-year old for missing a week of training during the crucial pre-season period, an episode that looks set to do more damage to his already strained relationship with manager Jose Mourinho.Mourinho told reporters in Miami on Tuesday that he had no idea when the striker would return to training, while club officials were unable to say why the player had not returned to the USA following the birth.Martial spent most of last season on the bench at United, and is reportedly keen to leave Old Trafford.And as if to highlight the breakdown in his relationship with Martial, Mourinho took a dig at the French forward with his comments in the wake of United’s 2-1 win over European champions Real Madrid in Miami.“My players [have been] amazing in their effort but we have more effort in front of us,” said Mourinho.“We go to Munich in a few days and we start the Premier League in nine days. These are the players that we have plus Lindelof, that started training two days ago, plus Marcus Rashford, Jones and Lukaku, because they gave to the group and to the team three days of their holidays.“So, they’re coming back three days early to try and be available for the team [against Leicester on August 10).“And with the fantastic spirit we have, in the majority of the players, I repeat: in the majority of the players, we have a fantastic spirit, we go with everything we have to the Premier League.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The Frenchman tweeted on Wednesday that complications with the birth meant that he had remained in Paris to be with his wife. Photo/TEAMTALKMEDIALONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 2 – Anthony Martial has hit back at Manchester United amid reports he is set to be fined by the club for going AWOL following the birth of his son in Paris last week.The Frenchman tweeted on Wednesday that complications with the birth meant that he had remained in Paris to be with his wife.
UCLA junior All-American Tiffany Joh tied for third place at 6-under 210 after a final round of 71. Glory Yang placed seventh at 213, Maria Jose Uribe tied for 10th at 216 and Sydnee Michaels tied for 15th at 217 for the Bruins. Men’s water polo For the third straight year, USC beat California for the NorCal Tournament title at Berkeley. The No. 1-ranked Trojans (5-0) edged the No. 2 Bears (9-1), 9-8, when Gabor Sarusi scored a goal with five seconds left. Women’s soccer From news services With four players finishing in the top 15, the fourth-ranked UCLA women’s golf team won the Mason Rudolph Invitational on Sunday in Franklin, Tenn. The Bruins were the only team to record three rounds under par for the tournament. They also beat all three teams ranked ahead of them, including three-time defending NCAA champion Duke. The Bruins won by 14 shots, shooting 13-under-par 851. Second-ranked Arizona State finished second at 865 (+1), followed by top-ranked Duke at 866 (+2). Lauren Cheney scored two goals in No. 6 UCLA’s 3-1 victory over host Cal State Northridge. UCLA is 3-1-1. No. 15 Tennessee 0, No. 24 USC 0: Host USC (4-1-1) was held to a scoreless draw by the Lady Vols (4-1-1). Men’s soccer Junior forward Maxwell Griffin had a hat trick in No. 17 UCLA’s 4-1 victory over visiting Penn State. UCLA is 2-2-1.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers…Liverpool will open discussions with the former Borussia Dortmund coach Jürgen Klopp after ending Brendan Rodgers’s three?year reign at Anfield. (Daily Telegraph)Carlo Ancelotti, the former Chelsea manager, is also in the frame for the Liverpool job and was in London on Sunday night having flown in from Italy. But the early signs are pointing towards Klopp being the man FSG want. (Daily Mail)Barcelona are ready to launch a move for Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho when their transfer ban is lifted in January. (Sport)Jose Mourinho survived a crisis meeting at Chelsea on Saturday night – after insisting he will only quit if he loses the dressing room. (Daily Mail)Sunderland’s search for a manager is in disarray — with Sean Dyche joining Sam Allardyce in distancing himself from the job. (The Sun)Arsene Wenger is weighing up a £14million January bid for Celta Vigo striker Nolito. Spain international Nolito – whose full name is Manuel Agudo Duran – has got a buy-out clause in his contract which expires in 2017. (Daily Mirror)And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Exclusive – Not even Carlo Ancelotti could win the Premier League with this Liverpool side, claims Anfield legendArsene Wenger expects to see Brendan Rodgers back in a job soon after Liverpool sackingEx-Premier League star claims Jurgen Klopp will be the new Liverpool bossBrendan Rodgers sacked as manager of LiverpoolLouis van Gaal ‘amazed’ by Manchester United performance in defeat to Arsenal Transfer rumours and paper review 1
Naomh Padraig Uisce Chaoin Notes:Results: Congratulations to the Seniors who beat Naomh Padraig Lifford 2-16 to 0-3 on Saturday at Ture in their second Div 4 league game. Training Tues & Thurs evening at Ture, next game is away to Robert Emmet’s next Saturday 16th.Congratulations to the U14s who beat Urris 2-07 to 4-09 on Sunday morning away. Next game is home to Burt next Sunday at 11am.Training:Under 8s every Friday in Ture from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. New boys and girls always welcome.Under 10s every Monday in Ture from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. For more info on these age groups contact Daniel on 0862072745 or Brendan on 0879946703. Under 12 boys training is every Sunday in Ture pitch at 12.45pm to 2pm. Children can be left down after mass as coaches will be there from 12.15pm , €2 for training, all new faces welcome.Under 14 training every Thursday evening in Ture from 6pm to 7.30pm.The minors and U-16s. For anyone interested in playing this year they can contact Daniel on 0862072745 or Billy on 0879294352 new players always welcome.CamogieTraining in Ture on Thursdays 6-7pm. Girls from 6 years upwards welcome.Club Gear: There is a limited stock of some club gear and Club Donegal gear available in the clubhouse,Please contact Dermot on 0879978968 for availabilityAs always keep up to date with club activities through Facebook, Twitter, Club APP and through the website on www.naomhpadraig.comFocal Deireanach: Well done to all the U8’s who took part in the football blitz hosted by our neighbours Burt last Saturday, and a big thank you to all the coaches and parents who make playing for Naomh Padraig such a positive experience.Mol an Óige agus tiocfaidh sé!GAA NEWS: NAOMH PADRAIG MUFF EARN EMPHATIC LEAGUE WIN OVER LIFFORD was last modified: April 12th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAAmuffSport
Erica Enders did not win last weekend’s Ameriquest Nationals in Joliet, Ill. It just seemed that way. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 The milestone is just the latest accomplishment for Enders, who has been one of the more improved competitors during the latter half of the season. The Texas A&M junior qualified for just two of the first 10 events, but has rebounded to make the field at eight of the last 10. She’s qualified her Slammers Chevy Cobalt 10th or better at each of the past three events, including No. 5 with career-best elapsed time of 6.670 last weekend. She also scored her first elimination-round victory at Reading, Pa. in September before making history with her final-round appearance this past weekend, where her three round wins included a victory over Pro Stock icon Warren Johnson in the semifinals. The big difference has come under the hood, where engine builder Joe Hornick has given Enders a competitive powerplant. Hornick was the engine builder for two-time Pro Stock champion Greg Anderson. “We were down on horsepower (earlier in the year),” Enders said. “(Team owner) Victor Cagnazzi has really worked hard in developing (the team) and putting it all together. “I’m really excited because now I feel we have the horsepower to be a top player.” What about that first win? It could possibly come at this weekend’s Fall Nationals near Dallas. “I think we’re capable of it,” Enders said. “To win in this class, it has be your day and go your way. I think we can have our day before the year is out.” – Tony Schumacher, winner of Top Fuel titles in 1999 and 2004, all but clinched his third championship with a perfect performance last weekend. He won the event, qualified No. 1 and lowered the national E.T. record to 4.437. He earned 138 points for the weekend, and coupled with a first-round loss by second-place Larry Dixon, the driver of the U.S. Army dragster increased his lead to 205 markers with just three events remaining. “We’re going to go down to Texas and just do our thing and we’ll see how it all shakes out,” Schumacher said. “We still have to close the deal. Until we’ve mathematically clinched the championship, we have plenty of business to attend to.” – Gary Scelzi inched closer to the Funny Car title by advancing to the semifinals last weekend. He increased his lead to 43 points over 13-time champion John Force and 45 over teammate Ron Capps. – Joe Amato, the most successful competitor in Top Fuel history, announced this week that he has sold his operation to Las Vegas businessman Doug Davenport. Amato, who retired from driving in 2001, will stay with the team as an adviser. “I want to stay involved with the sport but I’ll leave all the worrying to Doug,” Amato told NHRA.com. “I’ll still come to some of the races and I’ve pledged all of my help and advice to keep this team going.” — Steve Ramirez can be reached at (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2161, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The National Hot Rod Association rookie enjoyed her finest effort of the season while putting her name in the Powerade Series history books. Enders, just the fifth woman to compete in Pro Stock, became the first woman to advance to the finals in the class when she made the money round at Joliet before losing to 2004 Rookie of the Year Jason Line. “It’s pretty cool,” said Enders, who previously had joined Lucinda McFarlin as the only two women to win an elimination round. “I feel really excited about the way we are progressing and I’m getting more confident driving the car. But it’s pretty cool to be the first (woman to reach a Pro Stock final).”
DDTV: Come along to the Balor Theatre in Ballybofey this Saturday and enjoy a lunchtime concert to celebrate Fête de la Musique as part of the 5th Cello Meeting Ireland.The concert will feature participants of the Cello Master classes in solo and cello ensemble playing as well as the Donegal Junior String Orchestra. The programme will include music by Bach, Mozart, Tchaikovsky and many more.Teas, coffees and refreshments will be available at the venue and you are welcome to bring your own lunch.The event is organised by the Donegal Music Education Partnership with the Donegal Chamber Music Society.Balor Theatre, Saturday June 21st at 1.15pm Our video features a young Donegal Chamber Music String Quartet. Click play to watch. DDTV: YOUNG DONEGAL MUSICIANS TO CELEBRATE EUROPEAN DAY OF MUSIC was last modified: June 17th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:5th Cello Meeting IrelandDonegal Chamber MusicDonegal Music Education PartnershipFête de la Musique