With all the rumblings after Phish teased Huey Lewis’ ‘Sports’ as their Halloween cover album, Huey Lewis himself has tweeted from his band’s official Twitter account, commenting on the talk.This could be a @phish fake out, but it is still nice to be considered http://t.co/sOTx3cwrJx— Huey Lewis (@Huey_Lewis_News) October 25, 2013Sorry guys, but even Huey Lewis knows its a fake out.
Gill Phillips is director of editorial legal services at Guardian News & Media Ltd As we all now know, News International last month settled 37 of the civil claims brought against News Group Newspapers (NGN), the publisher of the now defunct News of the World (NoW). The total declared damages (not including costs) was £645,000, although the actual figure is certain to be higher as a number of people have not revealed the details of their settlements. These follow a number of earlier high-profile settlements with celebrities such as Sienna Miller, Andy Gray and Kelly Hoppen. In October, Milly Dowler’s family accepted £2m in compensation over revelations that their daughter’s phone was hacked by the NoW. What is stunning about last month’s High Court proceedings is the sheer breadth and impact of hacking on its victims. It seems, by all accounts, to have been a systemic approach to doing journalism at the newspaper over a long period. In June 2008, after the convictions of Glenn Mulcaire and Clive Goodman in 2007, NGN settled, on confidential terms, a number of civil claims for breach of privacy, with large sums being paid to Gordon Taylor and Max Clifford. The NoW said at the time: ‘From our own investigation, but more importantly that of the police, we can state with confidence that, apart from the matters referred to above, there is not and never has been evidence to support allegations that News of the World journalists have accessed the voicemails of any individual.’ The Press Complaints Commission also investigated and concluded that phone hacking was a minority activity, confined to one rogue reporter, and that the practice had been thoroughly investigated and stamped out. Continuing the legal paper trail, in 2009 a group of claimants issued proceedings against NGN. In early 2010, applications for disclosure were made in the case of Sienna Miller, forcing NGN to reveal evidence, which referred to another senior journalist on the NoW. The cat was out of the bag. In April 2011, Mr Justice Vos – who presided at last month’s hearing – decided that all the claims should be heard together with certain lead claims being treated as test cases. NGN continued to defend almost all the claims. By October 2011, more than 60 claims had been issued and 12 firms of solicitors were working together as a coordinated group. This group obtained a number of crucial disclosure orders from the court. As a result, documents relating to the nature and scale of the alleged conspiracy, cover-up and destruction of evidence (including email archives) by NGN came to light. Last month’s announcements have been carefully worded. NGN agreed to compensation being assessed ‘as if’ senior employees and directors of NGN knew about the wrongdoing and sought to conceal it by deliberately deceiving investigators and destroying evidence. NGN made no formal admissions of guilt. The sums paid are higher than the usual range of compensation payments for misuse of private information, reflecting the aggravating features in these cases and the strong public revulsion they engendered. The statements were made by NGN, as the first defendant, and not by Mulcaire, who has said that he was not involved in agreeing to these statements. While this might be the end for a considerable number of the victims, it is in reality only the tip of the iceberg. While the High Court was told that a number of other victims are also close to settling, some, including singer Charlotte Church, Liberal Democrat MP Simon Hughes and sports agent Sky Andrew are still intending to pursue their actions to trial, due to start on 13 February. The trial is expected to give guidance on damages for current and future lawsuits and out-of-court settlements. The ongoing police investigations will continue. The Leveson Inquiry, currently engaged in an analysis of the culture, practices and ethics of the media, still has to look at the relationship between the press and the police, and the press and politicians. What Leveson has heard to date has turned the heat up on demands for reform of the PCC, not least when it comes to policing the conduct of journalists. There is an emerging consensus for reform, with a reshaped PCC, independent of the press and government, and recognised by statute. The idea of the reformed body acting as a tribunal to adjudicate in the first instance on defamation and privacy claims is also gaining ground, and has been floated by the commission’s new chairman, Lord Hunt of Wirral. There is, indeed, much more of this story to come.
Mr Tony Aziegbemi, State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in Edo, on Friday lauded Gov. Godwin Obaseki for the renovation of Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium.Aziegbemi gave the commendation shortly after inspecting the stadium for the PDP gubernatorial primaries scheduled for June 19, and June 20, in Benin.According to him, you won’t believe that this is the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium of the past.“The PDP wants to thank him for turning the stadium around; the stadium can be compared to any other stadium in the world.“We also express the PDP immense gratitude to Gov. Godwin Obaseki for approving this newly renovated magnificent stadium as the venue of our primaries.“We will go ahead with our preparations.“We are just about 2,100 delegates, and the stadium has the capacity for 15,000 people.“So, you can see that we are going to maintain social/physical distancing among us to make sure that we maintain the COVID-19 protocols,” he said.The chairman urged all the delegates to be peaceful and law-abiding during the primaries.
ABC/Lou Rocco(LOS ANGELES) — Monday night, Dancing with the Stars invited its contestants to recall their Most Memorable Year — but the night ended up being one that Nancy McKeon would probably rather forget.The former The Facts of Life star and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy were sent home after scoring 22/30 for an emotional rumba inspired by the year 2006, the year Nancy and her husband completed their family by welcoming their second daughter. The other couple in jeopardy, but eventually deemed safe, was R&B singer Tinashe and her partner Brandon Armstrong, despite the fact that they’ve consistently been among the high scorers so far this season.Monday night also saw the first 10s — and the first perfect score — of the season. Argentinian actor Juan Pablo Di Pace and his partner Cheryl Burke blew the judges away with a samba inspired by the year 1999, when Juan Pablo left Argentina to make it as an actor.Judge Bruno Tonioli called it the best samba he’d seen in 27 seasons, while Carrie Ann Inaba called it “off the charts!” Judge Len Goodman gave them a standing ovation — and a 10, and so did Bruno and Carrie Ann, for the season’s first 30/30.And as usual, the Most Memorable Year theme led to some tear-jerking stories from the contestants. Among them:Gymnast Mary Lou Retton recalled how, in 1984, she won the gold medal at the Olympics, despite having secretly undergone knee surgery just six weeks before the event.Country radio personality Bobby Bones recalled the year 1998, when he graduated from high school, because he was the first in his family ever to do so. His mother had him at age 15, struggled with addiction, and then died in her 40s as a result of drugs and alcohol.Harry Potter star Evanna Lynch recalled that before she was cast as Luna Lovegood in the Potter films, she had an eating disorder and was frequently hospitalized. She reached out to her favorite author — J.K. Rowling — and they became pen pals, which she said made her want to continue living. Strangely, her relationship with Rowling had nothing to do with her getting the part of Luna.Former NFL star DeMarcus Ware cried as he recalled how he and his wife lost three pregnancies before adopting a baby girl, and then getting pregnant and having a son two years later. DeMarcus recalled that during his most memorable year 2016 — the year he won the Super Bowl — what meant the most to him was that his wife and two kids were there in the stands cheering him on. Here are the scores:High Score:Juan Pablo Di Pace, Fuller House & Mamma Mia! actor, with Cheryl Burke 30/30Tied in second place:Tinashe, R&B singer, with Brandon Armstrong, 27/30Evanna Lynch, Harry Potter films star, with Keo Motsepe, 27/30Milo Manheim, Disney Channel star, with Witney Carson, 27/30DeMarcus Ware, former NFL star, with Lindsay Arnold, 26/30Alexis Ren, Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, with Alan Bersten, 26/30Mary Lou Retton, former Olympic gymnast, with Sasha Farber, 24/30Bobby Bones, country radio personality, with Sharna Burgess, 23/30John Schneider, Dukes of Hazzard star, with Emma Slater, 21/30Lowest score:Joe Amabile, The Bachelorette contestant, with Jenna Johnson, 18/30Dancing with the Stars returns next Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
After a massive crash with seven laps to go set up a green-white-checkered to finish the race, a wild last two laps ended with Ryan Blaney beating Ryan Newman to the line in a photo finish — a .007-second margin of victory.WHAT. A. FINISH. @Blaney edges @RyanJNewman at the line in another unbelievable @TalladegaSuperS finish to advance to the Round of 8! #NASCARPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/UH8jBkHsjm— NASCAR (@NASCAR) October 14, 2019The results of Monday’s race at Talladega left Alex Bowman, Chase Elliott, Clint Bowyer and William Byron below the playoffs cut line entering next week’s race at Kansas. Blaney, of course, locked himself into the next round of the playoffs with his win.Sporting News is tracked live race updates and highlights from the 1000Bulbs.com 500 at Talladega Superspeedway on Monday. Below are the results.NASCAR at Talladega resultsPos.Car No.Driver1.12Ryan Blaney2.6Ryan Newman3.11Denny Hamlin4.10Aric Almirola5.34Michael McDowell6.3Austin Dillon7.32Corey LaJoie8.9Chase Elliott9.17Ricky Stenhouse Jr.10.13Ty Dillon11.22Joey Logano12.15Ross Chastain13.36Matt Tifft14.00Landon Cassill15.96Parker Kligerman16.21Paul Menard17.4Kevin Harvick18.47Ryan Preece19.18Kyle Busch20.37Chris Buescher21.8Daniel Hemric22.27Reed Sorenson23.14Clint Bowyer24.43Bubba Wallace25.2Brad Keselowski26.19Martin Truex Jr.27.62Brendan Gaughan28.1Kurt Busch29.38David Regan30.95Matt DiMenedetto31.77Blake Jones32.41Daniel Suarez33.24William Byron34.20Erik Jones35.51Austin Theriault36.66Joey Gase37.88Alex Bowman38.48Jimmie Johnson39.42Kyle Larson40.52Spencer BoydNASCAR at Talladega highlights4:58 p.m. ET: Checkered flag. Unbelievable ending. Ryan Blaney barely edged Ryan Newman to get the win in a photo finish.Ryan @Blaney WINS in a PHOTO finish at @TalladegaSuperS!He’s moving on to the next round of the #NASCARPlayoffs! pic.twitter.com/dHhj6An4uH— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 14, 20194:57 p.m. ET: Restart with two laps to go.4:53 p.m. ET: The red flag was lifted, and the caution was brought back out. Ryan Blaney was listed as the leader, followed by Aric Almirola, Ty Dillon, Ryan Newman and Michael McDowell.4:37 p.m. ET: Caution (and then a red flag). Huge crash with seven laps to go. Kyle Busch, who was in the middle lane and getting pushed by his brother Kurt Busch, spun toward the end of the backstretch and collected almost the entire field. During the crash, Brendan Gaughan flipped once and landed back on all four wheels. Also involved were Brad Keselowski, David Regan, Matt DiBenedetto, Kevin Harvick, Ryan Preece, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Chris Buescher.”THE NO. 62 UPSIDE DOWN!”Brendan Gaughan flips in this MASSIVE CRASH at @TalladegaSuperS! pic.twitter.com/HXNYWD7ksx— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 14, 2019The Big One strikes late at @TalladegaSuperS.#NASCARPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/PXFFxI28Cz— NASCAR (@NASCAR) October 14, 2019Fortunate to have everyone OK after this crash.Brendan Gaughan went for a wild ride at @TalladegaSuperS. pic.twitter.com/GJ0cglML3c— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) October 14, 20194:30 p.m. ET: Restart with 13 laps to go.4:23 p.m. ET: Caution. Daniel Suarez, damaged from a prior incident, spun by himself in Turn 4. Out of time on his damaged vehicle clock, he took his No. 41 Ford to the garage.CAUTION: @Daniel_SuarezG goes for a slide through the grass to bring out the caution again.And, breathe … for now. 😬 pic.twitter.com/a4QDCSKFpM— NASCAR (@NASCAR) October 14, 20194:21 p.m. ET: Restart on Lap 170.4:07 p.m. ET: Caution. Another big crash. Kurt Busch bumped the back of William Byron, sending the 24 car into Joey Logano’s No. 22 on the backstretch and collecting a handful of cars. Also involved in the accident were Daniel Suarez, Erik Jones, Matt Crafton and Ryan Preece.The second Big One of the day!William Byron gets into Joey Logano, and chaos ensues! Watch @NASCAR from @TalladegaSuperS on NBCSN! #NASCARPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/27rWQjdP43— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 14, 2019Joey Logano almost rolled over!Check out this slow-motion replay of the second Big One of the day. #NASCARPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/rVcAZqw5y1— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 14, 20194:02 p.m. ET: Restart on Lap 158.3:53 p.m. ET: Caution. Clint Bowyer spun by himself in Turn 3 due to cut right-side tires and got stuck on the aprin of the track. He eventually got going but was two laps down by the time he was able to roll away.Clint Bowyer is stuck!Less than 35 to go at @TalladegaSuperS on NBCSN: https://t.co/9W0N60qMcu #NASCARPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/Vy9XirlPu0— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 14, 20193:40 p.m. ET: Restart on Lap 138.3:29 p.m. ET: Caution on Lap 132 for debris on the backstretch. Martin Truex Jr.’s left-front tire was ripped apart by his damaged fender, leaving rubber all over the track. (Denny Hamlin got the free pass.)Caution is out for debris.#NASCAR #1000Bulbs500 pic.twitter.com/53nu3Wv5Ge— Vincent Bruins (@VincentJBruins) October 14, 20193:24 p.m. ET: Restart on Lap 126.3:17 p.m. ET: Caution. Bubba Wallace was not clear of Blake Jones when he drifted up toward the backstretch wall, and the 43 sandwiched the 77, sending Jones into a spin.CAUTION: An incident on the backstretch with @BubbaWallace and others puts us under yellow once again at @TalladegaSuperS.Leaderboard: https://t.co/AsXZ5Z3eOs pic.twitter.com/6ZedJoz6nb— NASCAR (@NASCAR) October 14, 20193:12 p.m. ET: Stage 3 began on Lap 117. The field went three wide after about a lap.2:58 p.m. ET: Stage 2 ended under caution. Clint Bowyer took the stage win.Lap 110: @ClintBowyer wins Stage 2 at Talladega.2. Logano3. Keselowski4. A. Dillon5. Suarez6. Blaney7. Buescher8. Ku. Busch9. Byron10. Ky. Busch#NASCARPlayoffs— NASCAR Alerts (@NASCAR_Alerts) October 14, 20192:52 p.m. ET: Caution. Massive crash with four laps left in Stage 2. Alex Bowman, who was in the lead and blocking Joey Logano, got a huge shove and was turned around toward the end of the backstretch. Bowman spun back into the field and collected a handful of cars, including Jimmie Johnson, Chase Elliott, Martin Truex Jr., Kurt Busch, Kyle Larson and Ryan Preece.THE BIG ONE at @TalladegaSuperS!Alex Bowman goes around and several drivers wreck.Watch @NASCAR on NBCSN: https://t.co/9W0N60qMcu #NASCARPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/hSpi7noue5— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 14, 2019Several drivers collected in this big crash at @TalladegaSuperSWatch @NASCAR on NBCSN: https://t.co/ji5tyO3q2G pic.twitter.com/ABjWpk3xvw— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) October 14, 2019″I threw a block that I shouldn’t have blocked,” Bowman said of the incident on the NBCSN broadcast after being cleared from the infield care center. “They had a bigger run than I realized. Apologize to all the cars that got torn up. That’s on me.”Added Johnson, via Autoweek: “Its just plate racing. I saw the 88 on the apron and knew we would have a problem when he (merged) back up.”2:40 p.m. ET: Denny Hamlin, Corey LaJoie, Martin Truex Jr., Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Matt Crafton and Brendan Gaughan were hit with penalties for speeding on pit road.2:38 p.m. ET: Cars started coming down pit road for the first green-flag pit stops of the day (fuel-only stops). The Chevys pitted on Lap 90, (most of) the Toyota’s pitted on Lap 91 and the Fords waited a couple extra laps before pitting on Lap 94.The Blue Ovals hit pit road to complete the green flag pit stop cycle.#1000Bulbs500 | #NASCARPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/lEzGgpKd9t— NASCAR (@NASCAR) October 14, 20192:30 p.m. ET: Denny Hamlin, who lost a hood flap early in Stage 2, told his team he was concerned about the hood making it through the race. Hamlin was told he had no choice but to ride it out. He backed out of the main draft to the back of the pack. It took more than 24 hours after rain delayed the Talladega race, pushing its last two stages from Sunday to Monday, but we finally got a result for the fifth race of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs.And it was worth the wait. 2:15 p.m. ET: Green flag. Stage 2 began, and the field immediately went three wide.BACK UNDERWAY AT @TalladegaSuperS!Watch @NASCAR on NBCSN: https://t.co/gOydUHFyv3 #NASCARPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/ZPYjiGpQWv— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 14, 20192:07 p.m. ET: Ryan Newman penalized (sent to back of the pack) for pitting too soon. He stopped as the cars were rolling off pit road for the restart of Monday’s race.2:02 p.m. ET: Engines were fired for Monday’s race at Talladega.
Australia’s World Cup Teams arrived in Stellenbosch South Africa ahead of the sixth World Cup of Touch to be played in the South African province from 17 – 21 January 2007.The three Open Teams arrived in Stellenbosch after a travel itinerary that included an overnight stay in Perth followed by an 11-hour flight to Johannesburg with a bumpy entry in driving rain and lightning.A 2-hour flight to Cape Town was followed up by a 45-minute bus drive to the protea hotel in Stellenbosch where all seven teams will take up residence for the next 11 days.Some very weary travelers arrived at 10.30pm local time to collapse into their beds and begin the process of acclimatizing to their new surrounds.After a sumptuous breakfast, set against a beautiful backdrop of the famed Stellenbosch Mountains and wine district, the three teams set off for their first training run on South African soil to blow out the travel cobwebs and begin the last phases of physical work required to top off their pre-tournament preparations. After training, all three teams attended a traditional South African theme park ‘Boya’ at nearby Spier organized by former South African native, and Australian Team Medico Doctor Martin Jaffe.As well as the traditional South African food and entertainment on offer, the Aussie Teams engaged in tours of the Cheetah Park at Spier and local arts and craft displays.The highlights for the Aussie teams included Australian Open Mixed Captain Tony Eltakchi and Men’s Open player Anthony Ziade borrowing some traditional South African garb and entertaining all and sundry with an impromptu dancing display with a few of the locals.When ‘Tash’ incited the locals to chant, “The roof is on fire” some looked skyward to the ceiling, a little panicked, and then relieved to discover that the roof was, in fact, NOT on fire after all.Elsewhere Jason Stanton and Kylie ‘Warnie’ Hilder, were enlisting Stellenbosch locals to help construct human pyramids, and Rebecca Tavo jammed on the Bongos with African native performers.Mixed speedster Brad ‘BJ’ Holden was sizing himself up against Adult Cheetah “Hemmingway” in the Cheetah enclosures for a “fast and the furious” sprint off – but Hemmingway may have the little guy’s measure with a 0 – 80 km hour acceleration in just three seconds.The baby cheetah cubs proved irresistible to most of the girls, and a high percentage of the boys, who fell in love with the gorgeous endangered babies.All three Open teams also visited the famed Table Mountain over the last two days and enjoyed the view from one of the World’s truly great Mountain peaks.A comprehensive tour of Table Mountain provided many memorable photo opportunities for the group, though Australian Women’s Open player Peta Rogerson was not impressed with her little sister Hayley, who on every occasion possible sent Peta’s heart racing with her photo poses as close to the edge of the mountain as possible. “Hayley, stick to the trail!” was uttered in vain many times by the concerned elder sibling who admits to bouts of giddiness on an escalator. Tony Eltakchi again borrowed an outfit from a worker and a walkie-talkie to entertain the crowd.Kristy Judd, Steve Roberts, and Kelly Woods provided some insightful questions and comments to keep our knowledgeable guide Rainer on her toes and were very good at yelling “View!” to alert onlookers of a clearing of the mist to glimpse better views of the beautiful Capetown coastline. Light Team trainings will continue Tuesday with pockets of sight seeing for some as teams look to rest and focus with first games commencing on Wednesday.The Australian Senior Teams arrived after a wicked travel schedule that saw plane delays ensure connecting flights were not able to be met, forcing some teams into long stays in airports and some players to stay overnight in Johannesburg before flying to Cape town then bussing onto Stellenbosch this morning.After an exhaustive and somewhat trying battle to reach their destination, all Australian representatives finally arrived safe and sound in Stellenbosch this morning. Most senior teams trained lightly today and relaxed in the afternoon, with many team members acclimatizing and fending off the effects of jet lag after their odyssey to get to the World Cup.In brighter news, all World Cup Teams and Touch Football Australia would like to pass on their congratulations to popular Australian Women’s Open player Dominique Maher on her marriage to Ryan Barlow, Dom married her beau before close family and friends at Cronulla on Saturday before postponing her honeymoon to board a plane for Johannesburg to take up her position in the Australian Women’s Team for the World Cup.Dominique is the third of the famed Maher clan to wear the green and gold at World Cup level, following in the footsteps of her elder sisters ATA Hall of Fame member and former Australian Women’s Captain Katrina, and former Australian Women’s Open Vice Captain Gabrielle. Teams will put the finishing touches to preparations tomorrow with training sessions, tactical sessions, and relaxation periods for the players to prepare their minds and bodies for the World Cup competition that begins in earnest on Wednesday with all seven Australian teams in action on day one.
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man Utd keeper David de Gea donates £175,000 to Spanish storm victimsby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has donated £175,000 to the victims of the devastating Spanish storm.The storm has claimed the lives of seven people.Spain’s Red Cross confirmed the cash donation by thanking the shot-stopper for his generosity yesterday/on Thursday.The organisation said in a social media message alongside a picture of the footballer: “€200,000 to support the people affected by the flooding in Alicante and Murcia.“David de Gea, thanks for your solidarity.”The provinces of Alicante and Murcia were the worst affected by last week’s storm, with torrential rain causing widespread flooding and leaving many areas cut off.
CALGARY – A judge has ruled the Alberta government’s markup on craft beer is unconstitutional and has awarded two breweries in Ontario and Saskatchewan more than $2 million.Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Gillian Marriott said in a written decision that the markup is discriminatory.It “is intended to operate simultaneously with the grant program to discriminate between craft brewers and craft beer on the basis of provincial origin, creating a trade barrier relating to a provincial boundary,” she said.Great Western Brewing Co. of Saskatoon is to receive the majority of the restitution — $1.9 million — while Toronto-based Steam Whistle Brewing is entitled to nearly $164,000.The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, sole wholesaler of alcohol in Alberta, imposed the markup in 2015 with a revamped version the following year.Lawyers for Great Western and Steam Whistle argued that Alberta’s markup is basically a tax. The government charges all small breweries $1.25 per litre sold, but returns much of that to Alberta producers as a grant.The province argued it has the right to support its small breweries.Last week, an appeal panel under the Agreement on Internal Trade upheld an earlier decision that provincial subsidies to assist smaller Alberta craft brewers are unfair and violate interprovincial free-trade rules.Finance Minister Joe Ceci said at the time the province would be changing the program in a way that continues to support Alberta brewers.He said Wednesday the government will be looking at the latest court ruling and deciding whether or not to appeal.“In the meantime, I want small brewers and liquor manufacturers in this province to know that we’ll continue to have their backs,” he said.He added brewers in Alberta have told him they face unfair barriers in other provinces — tasting panels, expensive applications and limited shelf space — and he’s looking at whether to challenge those practices as discriminatory.
Once applications are received, the board reviews prospective fosters to help make a good placement for the foster animal.The restriction for fostering cats is that the cat must remain inside the home and fosters for dogs must have a fenced yard. The rescue does do a home check before placement of a foster animal.On Our Way Home does try to provide pet essentials to foster homes such as litter box and food from donations given to the rescue.If you are unable to foster an animal yet would still like to contribute to the help and care of these rescued animals the rescue is currently in need of kitten food and cat litter.To view the FB page; CLICK HERE FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Local, On Our Way Home Animal Rescue is in need of foster homes to support the rescue with the many cats and kittens that are waiting for their forever homes.Lani Belcher, Board member of On our Way Home Animal Rescue shares they are seeking Foster’s to facilitate in-home care of cats and kittens, as well they are in need of a very special foster home that has no other pets to care for a dog that must be the only animal in the home.People that are wanting to help foster animals can fill out an application; CLICK HERE
A 47-year-old man was arrested without incident at 5 p.m. on Saturday and held in custody pending a court appearance.The people involved are known to each other and the police have no information to suggest the greater public is at further risk. The investigation is ongoing. CHARLIE LAKE, B.C. – An incident that took place on Saturday, September 14th at a residence on the Red Creek Road has lead to the arrest of a 47-year-old man.RCMP Corporal Madonna Saunderson shares, what can be confirmed is that on 7:21 AM, Fort St John RCMP responded to a report of an assault in progress at a residence on Red Creek Road in the Charlie Lake area.Two female victims reported that a man had assaulted them. The initial report alluded to the possibility of firearms being involved, although there were no shots fired. Therefore assistance from the Emergency Response Team was obtained.