LEARNING ABOUT FIRE SAFETY — Mrs. Lomuscio’s second grade class at Midtown Community School is loving their fire fighter hats, coloring books and crayons. They had a great week learning about fire safety. ×
Renowned fly fishing author John Gierach has his fished in and written about countless fly fishing destinations throughout the course of his storied career. So when Gierach calls a particular destination “my favorite place to go in the whole world”, serious anglers tend to take note.For Gierach, that place is Labrador. The video below shows him and fellow anglers netting one immense Labrador brook trout after another in the remote Canadian province.Labrador‘s vast labyrinth of fresh water lakes and rivers is home to the world’s heartiest stock of wild brook trout. Gierach even goes so far as to headily declare the waters of Labrador the “center of the spiritual universe for brook trout.”Over the year’s, brook trout have been allowed to thrive here because of the remote nature of the waterways and the extreme measures that anglers must take just to fish for them. There is no stocking whatsoever, and catch and release practices are strictly implemented by local guides and camp owners.“When I step out of a canoe, I’m not sort of guessing, I’m positive that no human has ever put their foot their before,” says long-time Labrador fly fisherman and managing partner of Three Rivers Lodge in the southwest Labrador, Robin Reeve. “My foot went there, and that’s really exciting to me. That’s what has driven me for the last twenty-something years. My passion is sharing this with other people.”The best brook trout fishing in Labrador can be broken up into three general watersheds: the Minip and the Eagle River water systems in the Southeast and the Mackenzie/Woods River system in the west.
Spanish top flight La Liga has been suspended for “at least the next two rounds of matches” as a result of the Real Madrid squad going into quarantine because of coronavirus.It comes after a Real Madrid basketball player, who shares training facilities with the La Liga club, tested positive for the virus.Real are due to play at Manchester City in the Champions League on Tuesday.The Spanish club has closed the facilities of its sports city.“The recommendation has been made to quarantine both the basketball first team and the football first team, given that the two squads share facilities in Ciudad Real Madrid,” a Real statement said.La Liga said it will “revaluate” the situation following the completion of quarantine “in the affected clubs and other possible situations that may arise”.Real, who are second in La Liga, were due to host Eibar on Friday, and had already cancelled all pre-match media duties. Source: BBC
Jason HaugheyA NOTORIOUS criminal is back behind bars this evening – after admitting his part in a vicious attack.Jason Haughey, 23, from Letterkenny, landed a number of blows on a man as he ate food at a Four Lanterns restaurant, the town’s District Court heard. Inspector Goretti Sheridan told Judge Paul Kelly that the incident took place at 3am on October 31, 2011.Haughey and two other men repeatedly punched Gerard Gallagher, even after he had fallen to the ground.The other two men had already been dealt with by the courts.Haughey, she said, had 37 previous convictions.Defence solicitor Patsy Gallagher said Haughey “who is known to the court” had got involved with what was a family dispute.“It was a case of cousins fighting between themselves and he found himself in the middle of it,” said the lawyer.But he said Haughey was now “finally” trying to deal with drug and drink addictions – addictions he had since the age of 14.Mr Gallagher said his client had spent 15 days in hospital recently in an effor to finally “break free” of these addictions.“Mr Haughey is now on medication and he knows he will be so for a very long time if not for the rest of his life,” said the solicitor.“This the calmest state I have seen in him in a long time,” he added, asking for a lenient sentence.However Judge Paul Kelly said the incident was “very serious.”He told the court: “This was a man sitting in a food restaurant minding his own business and he was set upon by three people, one of whom was Mr Huaghey.”He jailed Haughey for four months.JAIL FOR THUG BEHIND VICIOUS ‘FOUR LANTERNS’ ATTACK was last modified: November 12th, 2013 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:assaultjailJason HaugheyLetterkenny Court