Mark Alleyne named as Glamorgan white-ball head coach
Former Gloucestershire allrounder takes over from Matthew Maynard, who retains red-ball role
Oklahoma County sheriff's deputy dies days after accident in Edmond
An Oklahoma County sheriff’s office deputy who served at a local school died Monday morning more than a week after suffering injuries in an accident in which a security gate crushed him inside his patrol car, the Oklahoma County sheriff's office announced. About 6:50 p.m. March 10, Jeremy McCain, 36, was leaving Oklahoma Christian School in east Edmond when his patrol vehicle struck a partially opened security gate that pierced the car’s windshield and pinned the deputy...
Inmate Claims He'd Have Served Less Time in Russia For His Crime
Usually, Americans believe that in Russia, a criminal convicted of the same crime as an American in the US would serve more time in his home country for that crime. But not according to one Russian inmate I met while incarcerated in a US federal prison. He made this barely believable claim while we were doing suicide watch, a job we both worked in federal prison. Let me set the scene.
Panel at Muskegon Community College talks mass shootings
MUSKEGON COUNTY, Mich. — Over a month after the shooting at Michigan State University, one West Michigan college is using the tragedy as a learning experience. Monday afternoon, Muskegon Community College held a lecture on mass shootings, taking a closer look at some of the science behind them. "I...
Newton Cultural Alliance celebrates Cultural Sector Recovery Grants from Mass Cultural Council
On Tuesday, March 21, the Newton Cultural Alliance hosted the Newton recipients of nearly $2 million in Cultural Sector Recovery Grants from the Mass Cultural Council. Thirty-three Newton-based organizations and thirty-seven Newton residents were among the 5,218 Massachusetts recipients of the one-time pandemic-recovery grant programs. Organization grants ranged from $5K to $75K; individual artists were awarded $5K each.
Spirit of Cricket Award: Nepalese Wicket Keeper Recognised for Sportsmanship
An act of sportsmanship by Nepal wicketkeeper Aasif Sheikh has won him the annual ICC Spirit of Cricket Award. He turned down the opportunity to run out an opposition batter during a match against Ireland in a gesture that earned him widespread praise across the cricketing fraternity. And two England...
Miles Community College is accepting applications for a full-time or
Miles Community College is accepting applications for a full-time or part-time CDL Behind the Wheel Instructor. For further information about this employment opportunity and an MCC Employment Application and Background Check Information Form, please view our website at https://www.milescc.edu/Employment/ . Miles Community College is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining an environment of respect and acceptance, one that recognizes the inherent worth and dignity of every person who enters our doors. We believe that a rich diversity of people and the many points of view they bring to campus serve to enhance the quality of the educational experience at MCC. Together, our community strives to create and maintain working and learning environments that are inclusive, equitable and welcoming.
Bullying from anti-gun senators, AGs mounts for firearms purchase tracking
Credit card companies "paused" firearms retail-specific merchant category codes. Suddenly, gun control advocates can’t live without them. Here’s why. There’s no bigger proof that the Merchant Category Code (MCC) specific to firearm retailers is really a bad idea than those losing their minds now that major credit card companies announced they won’t put it into practice.
‘More than I Could Stomach’ to Hear McCarthy Say Equal Justice — He Wants Trump to Gets a Pass
Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) said Thursday on MSNBC’s “The Last Word” that it was more than he could stomach listening to Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) discuss “equal justice.”. McCarthy told reporters, “We’re not coming here to defend President Trump. We’re coming to defend equal justice.”...
MCC approves Moss as interim president
The Mesalands Community College board of trustees on Thursday approved making Allen Moss the college's interim president, effective immediately, during the board's first in-person meeting in three years. Moss, formerly executive director of corrections and dual enrollment at the college, was appointed ass acting president in mid-February after the previous...
Blues give green light to under-fire MCG surface
Carlton coach Michael Voss is satisfied the under-fire MCG playing surface is safe, despite Sam Docherty revealing his fears about the turf before last week’s season opener. The Blues take on Geelong at the home of football on Thursday night, with rumblings continuing around the state of the ground.
Gun Control Orgs, Politicians Lose Their Minds, Threaten Credit Card Companies Over ‘Pause’ in Gun Purchase Tracking
There’s no bigger proof that the merchant category code (MCC) specific to firearm retailers is really a bad idea than those losing their minds now that major credit card companies announced they won’t put it into practice. U.S. Sens. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) sent a...
What Is A Boundary In Cricket? The Rules You Need To Know
It's important for a cricket pitch to be set up correctly to ensure a fair and enjoyable game. If your playing field isn't set out correctly or according to the rules, it could cause confusion and unfairness. The boundary in cricket is an integral part of the pitch. But what...
More than $600K of federal funding is going to Macomb Community College apprenticeship program
WARREN, Mich. (FOX 2) - It is a challenge that confronts employers across the country and also throughout Michigan. "As I travel throughout Macomb County as well as the state of Michigan, one thing that I hear over and over again from employers, is that they have jobs that are available," said US Sen. Gary Peters. "They just don’t have folks that have the skills that they need to hire."
MCC ends their impressive season in round one of the NJCAA tournament
HUTCHINSON, Kan. (WTOK) - Meridian Community College ended their season Monday night falling to Dodge City in round one of the NJCAA tournament. MCC would build an early lead but the Conquistadors would found ways to fight back. The Eagles began turning the ball over which shifted momentum into Dodge City’s hands.
Baseball game today against South Mountain, rescheduled to Thursday.
Tuesday, March 21, 2022 - 11:40 am | Dylan DeVlieger. The conference baseball game today between MCC and SMCC has been postponed until Thursday March 23 due to weather. The game tomorrow between the two teams is expected to be played as normal at MCC with a first pitch at 3:00 p.m.
Express Yourself Thanks MCC for Cultural Sector Recovery Grant
We were happy to be at the grand Mass Cultural Council celebration for Cultural Sector Recovery for Organizations-Northeastern Massachusetts held at the North Shore Music Theatre. We were proud to represent cultural recipients as featured speakers, sharing the Express Yourself mission and how these unrestricted grants supported our youth and their families. Congratulations to all the recipients and to all those that were instrumental in acquiring this funding to support the arts.
MCC Baseball outlasts Garden City 9-7 to stretch win streak to seven games
The McCook Community College baseball teams scored four first-inning runs, and later broke up a 7-7 tie with runs in the seventh and eighth innings to beat Garden City Community College Tuesday 9-7. The win at the Jaycees Sports Complex is the seventh in a row for MCC which will continue the home stand with four games this weekend against Luna Community College Friday and Saturday. (Those games were moved from New Mexico because of issues with the field there.).
MCC Baseball sweeps Lamar to pick up sixth straight win
The McCook Community College baseball team completed a four-game sweep over Lamar Community College winning a Monday doubleheader 6-4, 13-10. Sophomore Ethan Murdoch (Swift Current, Saskatchewan) went three-for-three in Game 1 with a home run and three RBIs and went two-for-three in Game 2 with a critical two-out, two-run single in the sixth inning. MCC also got three home runs and seven RBIs from the eighth, ninth and first-place hitters in Game 2 including a grand slam by sophomore Trent Elshire, (Plattsmouth).
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