Strabane woman makes impassioned Covid appeal after father’s funeral

first_img Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Facebook Community Enhancement Programme open for applications By News Highland – April 7, 2020 Twitter AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Twitter Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+center_img A County Tyrone woman who lost her father to coronavirus has warned NOBODY is safe in this pandemic.Maria Farrell’s dad Jackie passed away in Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry last Thursday.Her sister is now in intensive care fighting the illness.Speaking on Facebook from her home in Strabane, Maria had this message for those still ignoring the advice about staying at home………Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/10farrell-virus.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Strabane woman makes impassioned Covid appeal after father’s funeral Previous articleHSE says 48 Covid-19 test centres are operating around the countryNext articleCouncillor fears Gaeltacht Colleges will not operate this year News Highland Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme WhatsApp Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens furtherlast_img read more

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Dudley House Jazz Band presents David Liebman residency

first_img Read Full Story Dudley House and the Harvard University Office for the Arts are proud to present a jazz residency with international saxophone icon David Liebman. The residency will include workshops with Harvard students and a public master class on Wednesday, April 18. The visit concludes with the world concert premiere of The Liebman Concerto, performed by Liebman, jazz pianist Lewis Porter, and the Dudley House Orchestra. Follow the story link below to view the full schedule of events.As one of the leading forces in contemporary jazz, Liebman gained prominence performing in the groups of Miles Davis and Elvin Jones, and he has since exerted great influence as a saxophonist, bandleader, composer, author, and educator.Lewis Porter, a jazz pianist, composer, and author, is a professor of music at Rutgers University and the founder and director of the university’s master’s program in jazz history and research.Liebman and Porter have collaborated on a number of projects, making this residency even more highly anticipated.The Dudley House Jazz Band and Dudley Symphony Orchestra are ensembles of graduate students from Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, as well as Harvard undergraduates and community members.last_img read more

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Bulldogs And Panthers Split Middle School Football Games

first_imgBatesville’s 7th grade football team fell to Jennings County 20-6.The Bulldogs scored first on a 7 yard pass from RJ Powell to Pros Moorman. Jennings County scored right before half to make it 6-6. It stayed this score until midway through the 4th quarter when JC returned a punt for a TD. On the ensuing kickoff the Bulldogs fumbled and JC returned it for another TD. Damon Grieshop, Adam Longstreth, and Jerimiah Lemmel played well for the defense. Kody Hooten, Logan Adams, and Ben Schebler opened good holes on the offensive line.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tony Gausman.The 8th grade beat a very good Jennings County team 22-6 on Tuesday night.The 8th grade offensive line consisting of Owen Hudepohl, Abe Peetz, Carson Fulton, Ethan Meyer and Max Foutch was dominate all night. The dominate play of the line opened several holes which allowed Isiah Riffle to score three touchdowns. Also playing very well for the Bulldogs were Braydon Linkel and Seth Gausman.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Clay Kellerman.last_img read more

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Camptown seeking 4th consecutive victory

first_imgTHE Campbellville-based unit, Camptown, will be seeking a fourth consecutive victory tomorrow when they take on Santos in a fourth round fixture of the Guyana Football Association (GFA)/Stag Premier League at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC), ground.After edging Pele 2-1 on the opening day of the League (Oct. 15), then winning by a similar margin against Northern Rangers five days later, the Campbellville side subsequently edged GFC 1-0 to move to nine points in the points table, with a plus-three goal difference and are second in the league behind Police who also has nine points but with a plus-nine goal difference.Police was down to play Beacons last evening, which means that the outcome of that game would determine who the points’ leader is, after tomorrow’s fixture between Camptown and Santos.Camptown will be hoping that Beacons stage an upset victory over the lawmen while at the same time, getting past Santos who is ranked third in the points’ table with six points and a plus- four goal difference.Santos defeated Northern Rangers 3-0 in their opening game and Pele 2-0 in their second fixture, but suffered a shocking 0-1 defeat at the hands of Flamingo.For tomorrow’s match, Camptown will be hoping that Richie Richards, Oriel Small and Shane Jones, the team’s marksmen, hold their form going into the game.To date, Richards and Small have two goals to their names while Jones inked his name on the scorers’ sheet once.For Santos, William Europe has three goals to his name, while Ryan October and Orin Yarde scored one goal each to date.The feature game from 20:00hrs will see the bottom of the points’ table, Pele, who is yet to register a single point after three outings, and with a minus-four goal difference, taking on host side, GFC, who has five points and a plus-one goal difference.GFC secured a walk over from Flamingo on the opening day of the tournament and this earned them three points and two goals.During the Second Round of matches, the Bourda based team played to a 1-1 draw against Black Pearl and for Round Three, they lost 0-1 to Camptown.Pele on the other hand, lost 1-2 to Camptown, 0-2 to Santos and 1-2 to Riddim Squad.The opening game tomorrow is scheduled for a 16:00hrs start and will see Northern Rangers, who has two points to their name from two losses, against Santos (0-3) and Camptown (1-2) and a 1-1 draw versus Santos taking on Flamingo who has three points with a minus-four goal difference.last_img read more

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