The University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team (5-16, 0-8 Big Ten) couldn’t outlast Indiana (15-6, 5-3 Big Ten) in their game at the Kohl Center Sunday resulting in a 78-54 loss.The Badgers hung close for three quarters and were even able to snatch the lead in the third, but eventually succumbed to the Hoosiers’ onslaught in the final period of play. Wisconsin found themselves fighting from behind in the second half after concluding the first down by six. But with the aid of a couple of three pointers from guards Roichelle Marble and Suzanne Gilreath, the momentum changed hands.Riley Steinbrenner/The Badger HeraldWomen’s basketball: Wildcats await reeling Badgers in EvanstonThe University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team could be looking at an 0-9 start in the Big Ten as they Read…It was still anybody’s ballgame as the final minutes of the third quarter ticked away, but Indiana had already begun their charge. They scored five straight as the Badgers tiredly stumbled, unable to retaliate as they had done so zealously all period long.By the time the fourth quarter rolled around, Wisconsin had completely lost its touch. The Badgers ended up only scoring three points while the Hoosiers poured in 21. Among their mistakes, Wisconsin could not limit their fouls. They committed a season-high 27 that forced Indiana to the line 18 times in the fourth quarter alone.Riley Steinbrenner/The Badger HeraldWomen’s basketball: Struggling Badgers look for turnaround win against solid Indiana teamThe Wisconsin women’s basketball team (5-15, 0-7 Big Ten) will play their second straight game at home Sunday as they Read…The theme of inconsistent scoring persisted for Wisconsin, as only junior guard Cayla McMorris reached double figures. An encouraging sign for the Badgers going forward, McMorris, their leading scorer on the season, was revitalized in her efforts. She scored 13 points going 6-13 on the day.Turnover disparity manifested itself accordingly on the scoreboard. Indiana scored 20 points off of Wisconsin’s 17 turnovers, while the Hoosiers only gave the ball away seven times.Considering the major midseason slide they’ve been on, Sunday’s loss was yet another poignant reminder of the potential that this young Badgers squad has.
AC Milan has completed the signing of Nikola Kalinic on an initial loan move from Fiorentina with an obligation to buy.The 29-year-old Croatian becomes AC Milan’s 11th summer signing since the Chinese Consortium takeover following moves that includes Leonardo Bonucci, Andre Silva, Andrea Conti, Lucas Biglia, and Hakan Çalhanoğlu. Kalinic, who moved from Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk to Fiorentina in 2015, scored 33 goals in 83 appearances for the Florence club.RelatedAtletico Seal Kalinic Signing From MilanAugust 9, 2018In “Europe”Croatian Star Kalinic Rejects World Cup MedalJuly 22, 2018In “Europe”Italian Serie A Review: The Big Teams Show SuperiorityOctober 26, 2017In “Europe”
Tumbler Ridge residents are still without power after the lights went out at around 5am this morning.In the latest update from BC Hydro they are now trying to have power back on by mid afternoon Monday. Two circuit breakers in the Tumbler Ridge Substation are not working properly with the cold weather. The temperature is still around minus 40.The District has set up an emergency operations centre in the community for residents who need a warm place to stay. The centre is located at the Tumbler Ridge Town Hall.- Advertisement -Only a small number of people have used the town hall at this point because the majority of the town is prepared for outages like these with generators and gas heat.According to Tumbler Ridge Councilor Jerrilyn Schembri, the community is also working on a plan to provide other forms of power like wind or bio mass energy.
The Donegal 2016 Steering Committee is inviting local groups, organisations and individuals to be part of the Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme.The steering committee, which includes elected members, representatives of the public participation network and Council staff, will host public information events throughout the county in November, for anyone interested in Donegal’s local programme, as part of Ireland 2016.Ireland 2016 is a year-long programme of activity, in which everyone is invited to participate, to commemorate the events of the 1916 Rising, to reflect on our achievements as a democratic state over the last 100 years and to look towards Ireland’s future. The national programme, includes seven strands; State Ceremonial; Historical Reflection; An Teanga Bheo/The Living Language; Youth and Imagination; Cultural Expression; Community Participation; Global and Diaspora.Donegal’s 2016 Centenary Programme is the outcome of consultations with interested local groups, organisations and individuals, who were invited to participate in the planning and implementation of the local programme. Led by the Donegal 2016 Steering Committee the programme contains events and initiatives ranging across all seven strands of the Ireland 2016 programme.Some of the events planned for Donegal include:New video artwork by Willie Doherty: Internationally renowned artist Willie Doherty will make a new video artwork in response to the Centenary of the Easter Rising 1916. The project is commissioned in partnership with Nerve Centre Derry, Kerlin Gallery Dublin and Matt’s Gallery London and is one of only 9 projects to receive funding under the Arts Council’s open call on the Irish imagination for which over 250 applications were received. Irish and English Folk: A 1916 Centenary Project exploring the relationship between Ireland and England through folk song and music. The weekend will feature a programme of talks, films, sessions, concerts and commissions by leading Irish and English folk musicians as part of the Earagail Arts Festival.Allingham Festival Hedge School: The Allingham Arts Association will host a lively round-table discussion with historians and well-known personalities on the theme of Remembering and Commemorating the events of 1916 and is taking place during this years Allingham Arts Festival.Foras Cultúir Uladh: An event to commemorate the leaders of the 1916 Rising’s outlook on linguistic and cultural affairs. A symposium will be organised by Oideas Gael on 5th July 2016 in Foras Cultúir Uladh with a panel of speakers to talk on the subject “The Irish Language belongs to everyone”.The purpose of the information events is to ensure that everyone in Donegal is informed about the various activities that are scheduled to take place in Donegal and to provide an opportunity to add more information on other planned events to the on-line programme.The information events will begin at 2.00pm as follows: Monday 9th November at Carndonagh Public Services Centre; Tuesday 10th November at Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny; Wednesday 11th November at Donegal Public Services Centre; Monday 16th November at Milford Public Services Centre; Tuesday 17th November at County House, Lifford; Thursday 19th November at Dungloe Public Services Centre.To book your place email email@example.com stating the venue you wish to attend. For more information on the Donegal 2016 Programme visit www.donegalcoco.ieFULL LINE-UP FOR DONEGAL’S 2016 CENTENARY PROGRAMME UNVEILED was last modified: November 3rd, 2015 by StephenShare 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:1916Centenary Programmedonegal