Alaska forward Tony dela Cruz shoots a jumper against Rain or Shine rookie Ed Daquioag during their game on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017, in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup at Ynares Center in Antipolo. Dela Cruz and his longtime teammate Dondon Hontiveros have played their final PBA game. PBA IMAGESANTIPOLO CITY—Dondon Hontiveros and Tony Dela Cruz didn’t have the kind of exit they had in mind after Alaska ended its season with a blowout loss to Rain or Shine Wednesday.But the two veterans will always look back at the fond memories they’ve made throughout their colorful careers.ADVERTISEMENT Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight “Obviously, I didn’t have the accolades, the trophies, the championships I wish I had but I got to meet some really great people, played against awesome opponents, imports, and played for great coaches in the best league in Asia,” said Dela Cruz, who was the Aces’ team captain from 2010 to 2016.Hontiveros has always held a leadership role since he played for San Miguel in 2002. And the two were teammates not just in Alaska but also in the 2005 national team that competed in the Jones Cup.“It’s been a great career, I’ve met awesome people, I got to represent the country in the national team,” said Dela Cruz, who retired at age 39. “But I am sad that I can’t come to the game prepared the way I mentally prepare every game day, and the camaraderie you have with your teammates.”“On a daily basis, your routine will be different, but I hope there’s always something to look forward to,” said the 40-year-old Hontiveros.ADVERTISEMENT Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president LATEST STORIES Read Next Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients “I learned so many things. Coach Alex (Compton) told us in the locker room that even if we leave, the relationship is still there,” said Hontiveros in Filipino after a 112-82 loss to Rain or Shine in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup at Ynares Sports Center.“This is a great group of guys to be with and I’ve learned so much from them, in fact I think I’ve learned more from them than them learning from me because I really enjoyed our company and I’m very grateful for that,” added Hontiveros, who finished his PBA career in fourth place in the all-time 3-pointers made with 1,137 behind legends Jimmy Alapag, Allan Caidic and Ronnie Magsanoc.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutHontiveros had a 17-year career in the PBA and won three titles, the first two with San Miguel while the other was with Alaska in the 2013 Commissioner’s Cup.Dela Cruz, who’s also a three-time champion with Alaska, said he would’ve wanted to win more championships in his career but it was the people he met and played with and against along the way that made his run worthwhile. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa ROS, SMBeer turn back foes Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary View comments read more
Barcelona coach Valverde happy with Coutinho for Eibar winby Carlos Volcano9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona coach Ernesto Valverde was happy with Philippe Coutinho’s performance for their 3-0 win over Eibar.Coutinho hasn’t been playing as much in recent weeks, but he was back for this game and his coach believes he’ll have a lot to contribute going forward.”He is a player who gave us a lot, who gives us a lot and who’ll have to give a lot,” Valverde said.”He played as there are other players who had to rest in this week with three matches.”He has incredible quality.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say read more
zoom Greek shipowner and operator Navios Maritime Partners has signed a deal to acquire a Capesize bulker for USD 28.3 million. The 180,274 dwt vessel will be delivered to Navios Partners from an undisclosed seller by August 2017, according to the company.The ship is expected to generate approximately USD 3.7 million of annual EBITDA based on the current rate environment, assuming operating expenses approximating current operating costs and 360 revenue days.Navios Partners said it will finance the acquisition with cash on its balance sheet and bank debt.In late April, the company also signed an agreement to buy a 2010-built Capesize bulk carrier. Featuring 178,132 dwt, the vessel was bought from Italy’s shipping firm Rizzo Bottiglieri for a price of USD 27.5 million.In the first four months of 2017, Navios Partners inked deals to acquire four drybulk vessels – two Panamax and two Capesize bulkers – with a combined capacity of about 500,000 dwt.In addition, the company agreed in April to acquire the entire container fleet consisting of fourteen ships from Rickmers Maritime for about USD 113 million.Following the latest acquisition, Navios Partners will control a fleet of 34 vessels. read more
By Jorge BarreraAPTN National NewsA Vancouver Island chief backing Shawn Atleo in the current race for national chief of the Assembly of First Nations is calling on opponents to refrain from “wrecking ball” rhetoric in the campaign.Atleo is facing seven opponents in this year’s election, including four women.“We have to tone down the rhetoric,” said Snuneymuxw First Nation Chief Doug White. “We don’t want rhetoric swinging through like a wrecking ball.”White said the attacks against Atleo over his perceived too-close relationship with Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government follow a pattern in AFN elections where the incumbent is often faces criticism over their relationship to the sitting government.“Look at the history of all the rhetoric around national chief elections for the last 20 years and you will see the ebb and flow of discussions when we have a national chief who is engaging and working with rather than fighting,” said White. “Candidates line up and say false accusations or overstate that someone is on the path of assimilation or too cozy with the feds. This has happened with previous national chiefs.”White was responding to comments made by Onion Lake Cree Nation Chief Wallace Fox who said Atleo was enabling the Conservative government in pushing First Nations toward assimilation. Fox, who is backing former Roseau River chief Terry Nelson in the race, formally nominated Atleo as a candidate in 2009.Fox, whose community is in Saskatchewan and covered by Treaty 6, said Atleo ignored the desire of prairie chiefs to have the AFN focus on pressuring the government to recognize treaty rights. Fox said Atleo’s decision to push ahead with a national panel to study on-reserve education despite the objection of Saskatchewan showed he wasn’t listening. He said Ottawa’s plans to streamline First Nation education with the provinces ignored the treaties, which Fox said guaranteed First Nation control over education.White, whose community is signatory to the Douglas Treaties of the 1850s, said Atleo is a strong advocate of treaty rights .“There has not been a national chief that has taking such a strong focus on treaty,” said White. “Quite the opposite from what Chief Fox is saying, there is nothing going on some path of assimilation.”White said Atleo has been pushing a treaty implementation strategy, birthed from a 2010 resolution from chiefs, that chiefs have been meeting on figuring out the best ways to have treaty rights respected and realized.It’s not Atleo’s job, however, to define how those rights get implemented, said White.“The work of treaty implementation belongs to me as chief of the Snuneymuxw, or to Chief Fox as the chief of his people. It doesn’t belong to the national chief’s role as an advocate. The AFN is not a treaty holder,” said White. “I don’t think any chief should be waiting for the national chief to do their work for them. I think (Atleo) is creating real opportunity and space for local treaty chiefs to do their work more effectively. He is raising the issue in a way that it has never been raised before.”Aside from Nelson, Atleo is also facing challenges from two AFN vice-chiefs including George Stanley, from Frog Lake First Nation, and Dene National Chief Bill Erasmus, from the Northwest Territories.Four women are also vying for the job of national chief and they include: Ellen Gabriel, a Mohawk from Kanesatake who rose to prominence as a spokesperson during the Oka crisis, Joan Jack, an Ojibway lawyer from the Berens River First Nation, former Treaty 3 grand chief Diane Kelly, a lawyer from Ojibways of Onigaming First Nation, and Pam Palmater, a Mi’kmaq lawyer and professor at Ryerson university.The vote is scheduled for July 18 in Toronto. Only chiefs can vote in the firstname.lastname@example.org read more
Coming into the year with “ramped up expectations,” the Ohio State baseball team is making a push for postseason play. The Buckeyes (24-20, 8-10 Big Ten) are in eighth place as of Tuesday afternoon and are six games out of first place in the Big Ten after losing two of three games at Penn State over the weekend. The Buckeyes look to qualify for the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009, when OSU finished 42-19 and secured an at-large bid for the NCAA tournament. The first step for the Buckeyes is to finish in at least sixth place in the Big Ten to qualify for the Big Ten tournament. With 12 games remaining in the regular season, OSU is one-and-a-half games back from four teams tied for fourth place. The Buckeyes are behind Nebraska, Michigan State, Illinois and Penn State, who are all tied for fourth with an 8-7 Big Ten record. To catch these teams, coach Greg Beals said OSU and the coaching staff must be able to stay relaxed. “We need to be able to stay loose and have fun and be relaxed,” Beals said. “Even though we’ve ramped up our expectations, if we have a couple of bad days, we can’t let that make us press. We need to trust ourselves. Trust the system, trust your teammates and trust the coaches.” Beals said as a team, the Buckeyes have prepared for big games like they will encounter in the Big Ten tournament with games throughout the season. “We (played tough games) early in the year, too, with Georgia Tech in the second week of the season,” Beals said. “Our guys have been in that fire, so when it comes conference time, we’ve been there. We’ve been in these tough series.” OSU has played Purdue, Michigan State, Nebraska, Illinois, Penn State and Minnesota so far in Big Ten play. Beals said OSU’s sweep of Minnesota early in April was one of the bigger moments of the season. “The Ohio State and Minnesota rivalry is as strong as any Big Ten rivalry in any sport,” Beals said before the series. After the series Beals said pitching was the key. “We put a lot of emphasis on our bullpen and our guys out there know I have a lot of confidence in them.” One of the players who Beals said he has a lot of confidence in is sophomore pitcher Jaron Long who, in his first season with the Buckeyes, has a 4-2 record with a 1.98 ERA and 54 strikeouts to just nine walks. He has been the Friday night starter and “ace” for OSU. “Any time you can win on Friday, it’s great to set the tone of the series,” Long said about being the Friday starter. Long also said he likes to work quickly to keep batters off balance. “I just like to get up there and focus on my next pitch. It keeps your defense in it and disrupts the other teams’ timing. This game is big on disrupting people’s timing.” Another player, junior catcher Greg Solomon, is hitting .243 on the season with and leads the team in sacrifices. Beals called Solomon a “great competitor” and a leader of the team, willing to do whatever it takes to win. Solomon said it’s been a tough season for him personally, but he’s still contributing to the effort for a Big Ten championship. “Being competitive is something that I think all athletes strive for,” Solomon said. “Being the catcher on the team, I have to be competitive because I’m the one running the game. If I’m not competitive, then the people that are playing, the other eight guys, they’re not going to be as competitive or as tough as they should. I feel like being competitive is just the way I’ve been my whole life.” Beals said the Buckeyes rely on all of its parts to compete for a championship, but rely heavily on its seniors. Senior outfielder Dave Corna said practice is what drives the team toward success. “In practice we have to work on things compared to games when we stay positive so we can do what we have to do,” Corna said. “(Beals) in game time is more positive than practice, when he can be more aggressive. Senior pitcher Andrew Armstrong also said Beals can be an aggressive coach during practice, but more relaxed during games. “It all really kind of depends,” Armstrong said. “He can get in your face if he wants, but he kind of lets us play to whatever we need to do. Some guys he needs to jump, he’ll jump. Other guys he needs to take it easy on, he does. Just for each player, he’s kind of different, but overall I’d say he’s kind of laid back.” Beals said he likes to think he’s tougher in practice so that games are easier for players and are more prepared for tough games. “Practices are big for us,” Beals said. “At practice, it’s program time where we’re working on things we need to work on, and game time it’s time for guys to go out and play. If I’m going to allow them to go out and play at game day, then we have to get after it at practice so I know they’re prepared for it.” OSU’s next game is against Northwestern (14-26, 5-13 Big Ten) Friday at 7 p.m. read more
Rangers have contacted the Scottish police over a racist abuse footage, according to BBC.Rangers Football Club have contacted the police in Scotland over footage where a man seemingly abused a child racially during their UEFA Europa League tie in Macedonia.The footage which ends with a white man saying “white power” to Macedonian children has been condemned by the club and its fans as a whole.The video was filmed before the second leg tie between Rangers and Shkupi got off on Tuesday evening.“This kind of behaviour is unacceptable. We’ve currently involved Police Scotland in the case and we’ll take appropriate steps.” Rangers said in an official statement.Rangers is still behind Celtic: John Hartson Manuel R. Medina – September 3, 2019 According to the former Celtic player, there’s still a massive gap between his ex-club and Rangers in the Scottish Premier League.Police Scotland have also revealed that they’re in talks with their Macedonian counterparts after receiving the video, and investigations remain ongoing.“We ask anyone with information to step forward, we’re disgusted by the dehumanization in the footage,” Charity Show Racism the Red Card said.Rangers defeated Shkupi 2-0 on aggregate after winning the first leg in Glasgow 2-0 with the second leg ending goalless. read more
Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has revealed he has no interest in comparing the current team to any of the top footballing nations in Europe after their resounding victory over Germany on Saturday.Ronald Koeman’s team defeated the Germans 3-0 courtesy of goals from Virgil Van Dijk, Memphis Depay and Georginio Wijnaldum marking their first-ever win over the former world champions by three goals or more.But the Liverpool midfielder was unwilling to compare his team, who failed to qualify for Euro 2016 and the 2018 World Cup to the likes of Germany and France.“I don’t know where we are. We shouldn’t look at other teams,” Wijnaldum midfielder said, according to FourFourTwo.“We focus on our next games. After that, we can say where we are. We have to give our everything to make sure we try to do our best.”Van Dijk isn’t better than Messi & Ronaldo, says Van der Vaart Andrew Smyth – September 12, 2019 Rafael van der Vaart reckons Virgil van Dijk is “special”, but he’s still behind Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as the world’s best players.“It’s not good to say, ‘Oh we’re on this level’.”Wijnaldum also heaped praises on the trio of Steven Bergwijn, Denzel Dumfries and Arnaut Groeneveld who all made their debuts for the Netherlands.“Because of some injuries we had to play with youngsters who were making their debut. They played a very good game,” he said.“Those three showed some guts, and that they are able to reach the level of the Dutch team. Because of them we were able to get this good result.” read more
Dan Cohen AUTHOR The Pennyrile Area Development District will receive a $393,348 community adjustment assistance grant from the Office of Economic Adjustment to mitigate the loss of the 159th Combat Aviation Brigade at Fort Campbell, Kentucky Rep. Ed Whitfield (R) announced last week.The planning district for western Kentucky will use the funds to put together an economic diversification and growth plan for a six-county region in Kentucky and Tennessee. The plan will:examine earlier and proposed reductions;assess the impacts of those reductions;identify and analyze the capacity of the region in several key areas; anddefine strategies for local, regional and state leadership needed to mitigate impacts and spur growth in the area.“While this grant does help soften the blow delivered by the Obama Administration’s decision to restructure the aviation units at Fort Campbell, we still have more work to do to ensure a robust and capable base,” Whitfield said in a written statement.The Army inactivated Fort Campbell’s “Wings of Thunder” brigade, a component of the 101st Airborne Division, in May. read more
Tech CEO Tim Cook Voice OppositionFlickrStock app of the Apple Inc. has incorrectly made the tech giant the world’s first trillion-dollar company. The share price of the company started in the garage of co-founder Steve Jobs in 1976 has been hovering around the $1 trillion mark for a while. But the news articles across the globe which claimed that the company has crossed the $1 trillion mark in market cap turned out to be wrong because of a technical fault with the app built into the iPhone.This week the company had announced its-better-than expected results, Apple bought back some of its shares. The step led to the stock price go up from around $204 to $207. But due to a delay in the update in own Stocks app, the small surge in the share price showed the company to have crossed the $1 trillion — even though in reality it has not.Yahoo Finance provides the share price data on iPhone which is bundled with the iPhone as well as into Siri, which means if someone asks Siri for the current value of the share price of Apple it will tell them the wrong answer. The Apple is yet to make a correction in its app.Though the psychological level of $ 1 trillion dollar mark is an imperative milestone it would hardly make a difference to the company along with its shareholders. But the confusion has played as a catalyst in the company’s market value. Apple office.ReutersThe glitch happened due to Apple’s plan to buy back substantial share – which allows it to give the money back to investors; meant that some of its shares were destroyed. The shares were then taken out of the circulation which meant that the number of issued shares went down, increasing the value of the share.A company’s market capitalisation is calculated by multiplying its share price by a number of outstanding shares. It means since there are fewer issued shares, the price required to make the company worth a trillion would be far higher.According to the company’s own Stocks app, at the time of filing the story, Apple’s shares stood at $205.18, after soaring $3.73 on Thursday morning. To become a trillion dollar company it has to reach a level of $207.05. read more
People hold candles and pray during the Interreligious Gathering of Prayer for Peace ceremony in Yangon on October 10, 2017. AFPMyanmar on Tuesday launched its first bid to improve relations between Buddhists and Muslims since an eruption of deadly violence in August inflamed communal tension and triggered an exodus of some 520,000 Muslims to Bangladesh.Rohingya Muslims are still fleeing, more than six weeks after Rohingya insurgents attacked security forces in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state.The United Nations has denounced a ferocious military crackdown in response to the attacks as ethnic cleansing aimed at driving out Rohingya.A new surge of refugees has entered Bangladesh in recent days, including about 11,000 on Monday. Some have told of increasing hunger in Rakhine as well as of more mob attacks on Muslim villagers.Despite growing international condemnation of the refugee crisis, the military campaign is popular in Buddhist-majority Myanmar, where there is little sympathy for the Rohingya, and for Muslims in general, and where Buddhist nationalism has surged in recent years.The party of government leader Aung San Suu Kyi took the first step towards trying to ease animosity with inter-faith prayers at a stadium in the biggest city of Yangon, with Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, Christians and others.Thousands of people packed the stands of the stadium, with Buddhist monks, Hindus, Christian nuns and Muslim men with beards and caps listening to religious leaders who took turns to appeal for friendship.“Be free from killing one another, be free from torturing one another, be free from destroying or demolishing one another,” the chief Buddhist monk of Yangon, Iddhibala, told the crowd.Stepping off the podium, he shook hands with Muslim leader Hafiz Mufti Ali.“Citizens should collaborate in friendship and work for the country,” Ali said, adding: “Freedom of life, freedom of education, freedom of religion, it is absolutely necessary for the country to fulfil all these rights.”The Rohingya had pinned hopes for change on Suu Kyi’s party but it has been wary of Buddhist nationalist pressure. Her party did not field a single Muslim candidate in the 2015 election that it swept.Rohingya are not classified as an indigenous minority in Myanmar and so are denied citizenship under a law that links nationality to ethnicity.Regarded as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh, they face restrictions and discrimination and are derided by ethnic Rakhine Buddhists in Rakhine, and by much of the wider population.The militants of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) who launched the Aug. 25 attacks that triggered the latest spasm of violence are demanding full citizenship rights and recognition as an indigenous community.CEASEFIRE ENDSA one-month ceasefire the insurgents called in September in order, they said, to ease aid deliveries to Rakhine, expired at midnight on Monday, but authorities said there was no sign of any new attacks.The government rebuffed the ceasefire, saying it did not negotiate with terrorists.Myanmar denies ethnic cleansing. It says more than 500 people have been killed in the violence since late August, most of them ARSA “terrorists”.Even before the government offensive, the small, lightly armed ARSA appeared only capable of hit-and-run raids and unable to mount any sort of sustained challenge to the army.The insurgents said on Saturday they were ready to respond to any peace move by the government, even though their ceasefire was ending.Reports of food shortages in Rakhine will add to the urgency of calls by aid agencies and the international community for unfettered humanitarian access to the conflict zone.Villagers said food was running out because rice crops were not ready for harvest and authorities had shut village markets and limited food transport, apparently to cut supplies to the militants.The government has cited worry about food as a main reason people have cited for leaving, but a senior state government official dismissed any suggestion of starvation.Among those fleeing were more than 30 people on a boat that capsized off Bangladesh on Sunday. Twenty-five people drowned, 13 of them children, police said. read more
00:00 /01:08 Dave FehlingA street in Houston’s Manchester neighborhood.During last month’s floods, the Manchester neighborhood in east Houston got about an inch of rain in only 15 minutes, leaving homes flooded and vehicles damaged. But Metro CEO Tom Lambert says many residents had transportation challenges even before then. “Some of the folks told us that people were having to walk over a mile to get to transit,” Lambert says. “That’s what the neighborhood told us. It’s a service that they really relied on for people to get to jobs, to education, to school.”To help with those issues, Metro is launching the new Manchester/Lawndale route. It’s expected to go into service by July 1 and it will will operate as a six-month pilot program. Lambert says much of the design for the route came from the neighbors themselves. “One of the challenges along the Manchester route was that there were five different railroad tracks you had to cross,” Lambert explains. “And they recognized having to cross the railroad tracks really does not provide quality service. They came up with a route that bypasses those railroad tracks.” So what happens when the pilot program ends? Metro Chairman Carrin Patman says they’re committed to providing service for the neighborhood, either through this route or something new. “If this particular route is not the best then we’ll look at that,” Patman says. “But in terms of it being a pilot program, the goal is to get folks transit. And we will get them transit, whether it’s by this particular route in the pilot program, or whether we decide to tweak it based on the pilot program.” Patman says she also wants to take a look at other areas of Houston to see where service may be lacking in Metro’s newly-redesigned bus network. Share X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen read more
Share Via The Texas Tribune Police tape in front of Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas on May 20, 2018.Trustees of Santa Fe Independent School District where 10 people were fatally shot in an attack blamed on a student have voted to install metal detectors at all four campuses.The board of the Santa Fe ISD on Monday approved recommendations from a security and safety committee to accept donated metal detectors.A 17-year-old male student remains in custody and charged with capital murder in the May 18 gunfire at Santa Fe High School. Eight students and two educators were killed. Thirteen others were hurt.Investigators say the suspect wore a trench coach — violating the school dress code. Trustees voted to keep the existing dress code but with stricter enforcement as classes begin Aug. 20.Trustees last week approved spending at least $1.5 million for upgraded campus security. read more
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