Email HELENA – A 21-year-old Butte woman accused of nearly crashing a stolen vehicle into the Capitol after leading police on a chase has pleaded not guilty to several charges.Sarah E. Bunker appeared in District Court on Wednesday and denied a felony charge of theft and misdemeanor charges of fleeing and obstructing a peace officer. The Independent Record reports her trial has been scheduled for May 2.Bunker is accused of stealing a Jeep Cherokee on Dec. 20 and of trying to avoid police when they spotted her with the vehicle near the Capitol. Court records say she drove up a dead-end parking drive and became lodged in a snow bank inches from the Capitol steps.She fled on foot and was arrested a few blocks away while she was running through a yard. A 20-year-old female passenger in the vehicle was interviewed and released.No one was injured in the crash. Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox.
Australian media indulged in some April Fool’s Day humor on Tuesday, carrying hoax reports of ads for “no chair” airfares, a restaurant offering a 10-course whale tasting menu and shrinking brains in homeowners due to mortgage stress! Love those Aussies!
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Award winner Patrick Frye shared his expertise with an audience on the other side of the world during the European Demolition Association (EDA) study tour of Japan this month.#*#*Show Fullscreen*#*# Patrick Frye (centre) alongside fellow 2018 award winner William Sinclair of Safedem (right) and awards judge Jim GrahamPatrick’s company Cardem, which is based in France, shared the Explosive Demolition first prize with Safedem at the 2018 World Demolition Summit (WDS) and Patrick was a speaker at a conference in Tokyo jointly organised with the Japan Demolition Contractors Association, in which he included a reference to the award win.Patrick is also a member of the World Demolition Awards judging panel, though he was not involved in the judging of the Explosive Demolition category for obvious reasons.The conference, which rounded off a week off visits to Japan-based manufacturers and demolition sites, also included closing remarks by Chris Godek, president of the USA’s National Demolition Association (NDA).Chris will open this year’s WDS and he urged industry professionals from inside and outside Japan to visit the event.The WDS takes place in Boston, USA on October 23 and 24 and will comprise a networking drinks reception, conference and awards dinner.It is organised by Demolition & Recycling International magazine in co-operation with the NDA and with the support of the EDA.Headline sponsor is Volvo Construction Equipment.For more details please visit www.demolitionsummit.com
65 Views no discussions Press ReleaseMIAMI, FL – December 12, 2017 – Cable & Wireless Communications (“C&W”) today announced that John Reid will step down from the position of CEO in early 2018. An announcement on C&W’s incoming CEO will be made in due course, and until that time, Reid will remain in the post and will support the transition to new leadership.Mike Fries, CEO of Liberty Global, parent company of C&W said: “John has been an exceptional leader for us, steering Cable & Wireless through significant changes and transformation; we have valued John’s dedication and energy and wish him the very best for the future.”Reid has been an industry leader for more than 29 years in Canada and for the past 13 years across the Caribbean and Latin America. At Columbus Communications and then with the merger with Cable & Wireless, Reid played a key role in building the region’s leading full service communications and entertainment provider. Most recently, John was also instrumental in the integration of C&W with Liberty Global, which is due to deliver $150m in synergies, as well as readying the company to be part of Liberty Global’s Latin America and Caribbean operation, which is due to be split-off next month. During his tenure at C&W, Reid has driven the transformation of the business to focus on delivering an unparalleled customer experience leading to improved performance and efficiency, as well as the implementation of growth strategies for the Company’s mobile, residential, business and wholesale segments. In October 2016, Reid was recognized by leading intelligence source, Global Telecom Business, as one of the top five leaders from the Caribbean and Latin America in GTB’s Power 100. Commenting, Reid said: “It has been a great privilege to lead C&W through the integration with Columbus and more recently with Liberty Global. With the planned split-off of Liberty Latin America, now is the right time to let new leadership take the business through its exciting next chapter. I am proud of what we have achieved during my tenure; with our focus on delivering an unparalleled customer experience starting to translate into performance momentum, and a talented new leadership team in place, C&W is ready for its next phase of growth.” Share Sharing is caring! Share BusinessNewsRegional Cable & Wireless announces John Reid, CEO to step down by: – December 14, 2017 Share Tweet
*As if the Cleveland Browns don’t already have enough issues preventing them from winning, now they’ve got this. The team announced that because of the arrest of two players on Christmas, they won’t play today. “We have been made aware of the arrests of De’Ante Saunders and Armonty Bryant after a traffic stop early Friday … Continue reading Two Cleveland Browns Players Arrested on Christmas won’t Play Today →
“Guardiola inspired me a lot, like Thomas Tuchel too, whom I had as a coach in Augsburg. “I have always watched his work, and in particular how his team is projecting itself forward in a fraction of a second after the recovery of the ball. Upd. at 19:33 “He is a very demanding person who leaves nothing to chance. He is a perfectionist. What he achieves at PSG deserves respect. The way he manages Neymar is impressive and coaching PSG, it’s not easy.” RELATED STORIES IN SPORT.ES CEST SPORT.es “My model is Pep Guardiola from Barcelona,” Nagelsmann explained. Nagelsmann: “MI modelo es el Barça de Guardiola” RB Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann spoke to France Football and says his model is Pep Guardiola’s – from the Man City coach’s Barcelona era. “He made his mark at that time [with FC Barcelona], worthy of Johan Cruyff, and few teams managed to master the possession game by playing so high. 01/10/2019 Antoine Griezmann on Messi and needing time to perform
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First team to take the sting of the L.V. Rogers Bombers was NorKam from Kamloops.Score was 3-zip for LVR.Next it was Okanagan Mission of Kelowna. The score was closer this time, 3-2, and powered the Bombers into the semi finals.During the first round of the playoffs it was Pemberton’s time to fall, 4-1, thanks to a hat-trick by Naomi Perkins.In the final, there was no stopping the Bomber attack as LVR thumped Kootenay rivals Mount Baker Wild 4-0 to clinch the championship at the eight-team Immaculata High School Girl’s Soccer Tournament Saturday in Kelowna.Perkins and Taylor Zimmer, each with the pair sparked the Bombers past the Wild in the all-Kootenay finale.Also scoring for the Bombers in the tournament that saw teams from the Kootenay, Okanagan and Lower Mainland, were Emma wheeldon, Laurel Halleran and Emily Taylor.Perkins led all Bomber scorers with a tournament high eight goals in four games.