Officials in Florida are searching for teens who escaped a juvenile center

first_imgOfficials are offering up to $3,000 for information that leads to his arrest. If you have any information on Bing’s whereabouts you are asked to contact them at 904-630-0500 or email [email protected] Authorities in Jacksonville are currently searching for the last remaining teen of 4 who managed to escape a juvenile center after staging a fight in one of the dorm rooms and attacking staff members.The incident occurred Saturday night at the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice facility.According to the report, the inmates 16-year-old Tajah Bing, 17-year-old Davionne Baldwin, 16-year-old Tyjuan Monroe, and 17-year-old Marcus Ledbetter staged a fight inside a dorm room then allegedly overpowered employees in the facility’s control room and opened the door. The teens then stole an employees car keys, vehicle, cellphone, and a purse before fleeing the facility altogether.On Sunday authorities reported that they have captured three of the teens, however, Bing still remains on the run.ESCAPED INMATES UPDATE #3Located: Davionne BaldwinEscapee Tajah Bing and the vehicle are still outstanding. Could be anywhere. Escaped from FL Dept. of Juvenile Justice facility.2015, bronze, Infiniti Q50, FL tag LANE19. Photos attached.Call 911 if you have info. pic.twitter.com/L1j35Mo1ou— Jax Sheriff’s Office (@JSOPIO) July 21, 2019last_img read more

Acting Iowa Supreme Court chief says the courts will endure

first_imgDES MOINES — The Iowa Supreme Court’s acting chief justice says the state’s court system is going through a transition, but Justice David Wiggins downplays the idea there’s any sort of conflict between the executive and judicial branches of state government.“The court’s in pretty good shape and it’s an institution,” Wiggins says. “It will endure…I’m just a temporary caretaker. It’s a job and when I leave, there’ll be another one take over and I think it will do fine.”Republican legislators passed a law last year to increase the governor’s power in appointing members to the commission that nominates judges and Governor Kim Reynolds will fill two vacancies on the court this year. In addition, the governor and GOP lawmakers are collaborating on a constitutional amendment that would undo court rulings that struck down new abortion restrictions.Wiggins was appointed to the Supreme Court by Democratic Governor Tom Vilsack 16 years ago and Wiggins rejects Republican charges that he’s been part of an “activist” court.“I think we have to do what we need to do and the legislature and the governor needs to do what they think are right and the government will endure,” Wiggins said Wednesday.Justice Wigginsenters the Iowa House chamber.This debate comes as the court deals with what Wiggins describes as the “shockwaves” from the sudden death of Chief Justice Mark Cady in November. Wiggins delivered the annual Condition of the Judiciary message to legislators Wednesday, using much of Cady’s first draft of the speech.“It was sad, because Justice Cady was a close personal friend,” Wiggins told reporters. “But, you know, the institution has to go on and we have to do what we have to do.”Wiggins announced last Friday that he would retire from the court in early March. Wiggins told reporters he had planned to retire a year ago, but promised the late Justice Daryl Hecht he’d stay on to wrap up some of Hecht’s work. Hecht resigned in December of 2018 and died four months later of skin cancer.last_img read more

Girls’ golf rocks at the Bridgestone Challenge

first_img This time it was the turn of the ambassadors to have fun and to show off their skills in the pro-am which preceded this week’s Challenge Tour event.  The 11-handicapper commented: “These big events give you a look at what really championships are like and you are treated more as a professional than an amateur.” Sophie, 15, gave a great demonstration of girl power when she won the long drive competition with her 232-yard tee shot on the first hole.  Imogen, 16, who was runner-up in the PING women’s fourball betterball Grand Final the day before, enjoyed the sense of occasion she experienced over the two days.  “I’ve always loved it,” said 16-year-old Ysobel, who wants to be a PE teacher and who has helped the project collect three awards and was individually Essex golfer of the year in 2016.  Girls’ golf has been rocking at the Bridgestone Challenge at Luton Hoo where teams of ambassadors from Bedfordshire and Essex showed off their skills. Sophie, 15, gave a great demonstration of girl power when she won the long drive competition with her 232-yard tee shot on the first hole.  The Bedfordshire ambassadors made a similar impression on Richard Finch, a two-time winner on the European Tour. He commented: “They were very good. They hit some amazing shots and the way they behaved on the golf course was first class.”  Their professional, Jack Senior is well versed in women’s golf, thanks to his girlfriend Bethany Garton, who has been Lancashire champion. Afterwards he said of his team: “The girls all played good, they were impressive – and they enjoyed it. That’s the big thing, if you don’t enjoy it, there’s no point doing it.” 7 Sep 2017 Girls’ golf rocks at the Bridgestone Challenge Their professional, Jack Senior is well versed in women’s golf, thanks to his girlfriend Bethany Garton, who has been Lancashire champion. Afterwards he said of his team: “The girls all played good, they were impressive – and they enjoyed it.  That’s the big thing, if you don’t enjoy it, there’s no point doing it.” The five-handicapper is a past winner of the Abraham Trophy, for England’s most improved girl golfer, and, with Ysobel, was one of the first ambassadors when Girls Golf Rocks started in Essex three years ago.  Girls’ golf has been rocking at the Bridgestone Challenge at Luton Hoo where teams of ambassadors from Bedfordshire and Essex showed off their skills. Girls’ golf rocks at the Bridgestone Challenge  Ysobel Lush, Sophie Wheeler and Charley Hatley from Essex teamed up with professional Jack Senior (pictured top) while Bedfordshire’s Chanel Fontaine-Geary, Imogen Morton-King and Estelle Klausner were partnered by Richard Finch (pictured below).  The 11-handicapper commented: “These big events give you a look at what really championships are like and you are treated more as a professional than an amateur.” Girls Golf Rocks is the successful project run by England Golf and the Golf Foundation which encourages girls to take up the sport. It’s supported by ambassadors from county girls’ sqauds who help the newcomers and show them it’s a fun, friendly game.  Charley, 17, an ambassador for two years, loved the pro-am experience. “It’s been really good to play this course, which I might never be able to play again, and to play with a Tour player. It’s pretty amazing!”  Images copyright Leaderboard Photography Charley, 17, an ambassador for two years, loved the pro-am experience. “It’s been really good to play this course, which I might never be able to play again, and to play with a Tour player. It’s pretty amazing!”  The girls picked up tips. Estelle, 14, was shown how to improve her putting stroke to reduce her 20 handicap, while ten-handicapper Chanel, 12, was advised not to rush her swing.  “I’ve always loved it,” said 16-year-old Ysobel, who wants to be a PE teacher and who has helped the project collect three awards and was individually Essex golfer of the year in 2016.  Ysobel Lush, Sophie Wheeler and Charley Hatley from Essex teamed up with professional Jack Senior, while Bedfordshire’s Chanel Fontaine-Geary, Imogen Morton-King and Estelle Klausner were partnered by Richard Finch.  Captions  Top, from left, Essex ambassadors Charley Hatley, Ysobel Lush and Sophie Wheel with Jack Senior.  Below, from left, Bedfordshire ambassadors Chanel Fontaine-Geary, Imogen Morton-King and Estelle Klausner with Richard Finch.  The Bedfordshire ambassadors made a similar impression on Richard Finch, a two-time winner on the European Tour. He commented: “They were very good. They hit some amazing shots and the way they behaved on the golf course was first class.”  This time it was the turn of the ambassadors to have fun and to show off their skills in the pro-am which preceded this week’s Challenge Tour event.  The girls picked up tips. Estelle, 14, was shown how to improve her putting stroke to reduce her 20 handicap, while ten-handicapper Chanel, 12, was advised not to rush her swing.  Tags: Bridgestone Challenge, Girls Golf Rocks, women and girls Girls Golf Rocks is the successful project run by England Golf and the Golf Foundation which encourages girls to take up the sport. It’s supported by ambassadors from county girls’ sqauds who help the newcomers and show them it’s a fun, friendly game.  Imogen, 16, who was runner-up in the PING women’s fourball betterball Grand Final the day before, enjoyed the sense of occasion she experienced over the two days.  The five-handicapper is a past winner of the Abraham Trophy, for England’s most improved girl golfer, and, with Ysobel, was one of the first ambassadors when Girls Golf Rocks started in Essex three years ago. last_img read more

Scholarship Essay – What Makes a House a Home?

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Selling homes is how we make a living, but our home is where we make a life.  Family, friends, and community all contribute to the spirit of the home.  Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty and its professionals are proud to be part of this wonderful community.We’d love to hear what makes your home special.  Enter our “What Makes a House a Home” scholarship contest.Write a short essay up to 500 words.Open to all high school age students who are either living in Thurston County or attending a Thurston County High School.Three prize winners: 1st Place $1,000, 2nd Place $750, and 3rd Place $500Submissions will be accepted April 16, 2012 through May 6, 2012.  Fan voting will take place on our company Facebook page between May 7 – 25 and Finalists will be announced on May 26, 2012.  The winners will be selected by a local judging panel and announced on June 1, 2012.  For a complete listing of Rules and Eligibility for this contest, visit www.cbolympia.com or visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cbolympia.last_img read more

5 best La Liga goals of 2019

first_imgImage Courtesy: RC Celta/Getty/USA TodayAdvertisement amweudNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsfbtWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E8nk841m( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ab3juWould you ever consider trying this?😱whlCan your students do this? 🌚9sRoller skating! Powered by Firework The year of 2019 is almost over, and looking back at last 12 months in the sport of football has given us enough eye candy. This time, its for the fans of the Spanish La Liga, where we saw numerous breathtaking screamers. Below here are the top five best La Liga goals of 2019:Advertisement Image Courtesy: RC Celta/Getty/USA TodayArthur Melo against VillarrealTalking about long distance goals, its the FC Barcelona midfielder Arthur Melo that set the perfect example. In the match against Villarreal back in September, the Brazilian international produced a spectacular goal from outside the box, and made the crowd at Camp Nou awestruck. Enjoy the clip below, courtesy of YouTube channel Football World.Advertisement Antoine Griezmann against Real BetisFormer Atlético Madrid hit man Antoine Griezmann switched sides with the Catalans back in July. Despite the speculations of a lack of chemistry with teammates, and the ongoing rumours of a feud with club talisman Leo Messi, the Frenchman has been a regular contributor for Barça, with already 7 goals in 17 appearances. In the match against Real Betis back in August, the 28 year old showcased his physicality in the match opener. A beautiful lofted through from Sergi Roberto, and the French international extended his left foot in the box to perfectly set the ball into the back of the net. See the goal int he video  below, courtesy of YouTube channel 433Football.Advertisement Vinícius Júnior against OsasunaThe Brazilian wonderkid Vinícius Júnior arrived at Santiago Bernabéu as a prodigy, and the teenager is proving every right to that claim. In the September La Liga game versus Osasuna, the 19 year old produced an absolute stunner in the 36th minute. Receiving a pass from Toni Kroos just outside of the box, Vinícius produced a marvellous shot, putting it into the top corner. Enjoy the goal below, courtesy of YouTube channel Goaltime24.Gabriel Fernández against ValenciaNot many people may have heard about Gabriel Fernández, but the Uruguyan attacker’s footwork will make your jaw drop. In the August fixture against Valencia, the Celta Vigo forward produced the winning goal with a strikingly amazing one touch. A back pass in the box from Denis Suárez, and the 25 year old brilliantly directed it towards the opposition net. Check out the goal here, courtesy of YouTube channel Mundo Descargas.Luis Suárez against MallorcaUndobtedly the strangest, yet the most bizarre and insane way to score a goal in 2019 goes to the one and only Luis Suárez. The FC Barcelona talisman was in brilliant form against Real Mallorca on 8th December, and his 43rd minute backheel goal is arguably th best La Liga goal of the year. A calculated through in the box from Sergi Roberto, and the Uruguyan attacker marvellously used the back of his foot to flick the ball past Manolo Reina and into the net. See for yourself in the clip below, courtesy of YouTube channel #VivaSkills. Advertisementlast_img read more