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first_imgThe National Weather Service forecasts today’s high in Los Alamos near 83 with a 60 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly after 3 p.m. Some of the storms could produce heavy rain. Tonight’s low around 60. Courtesy/NWSCourtesy/NWSCourtesy/NWSlast_img

first_imgLocalNews $2M worth of Drugs Seized by Police at sea by: – July 17, 2019 Share Sharing is caring! Share Two men  were arrested at sea for the possession of cannabis and cocaine, with a total value of EC$2,121,521 (two million, one hundred and twenty-one thousand five hundred and twenty one dollars).According to Public Relations Officer of the Dominica Police Force, Simon Edwards , “On Friday 5th July 2019 the two Dominican nationals were arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking, when the fishing vessel they occupied was intercepted at sea.”Edwards informed that  343lbs of cannabis and 15kg of cocaine  were discovered on the vessel and taken into police custody along with the suspects.He went on to confirm that investigations are still ongoing.center_img 521 Views   no discussions Tweet Sharelast_img read more

first_imgBy DAVID NAGEL Nepean Football League A FIRED up and new-look Pearcedale has its season back on track after causing…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

first_imgIt was a very strong contingent of runners from the Kootenay Zone, paced by LVR’s Shawn DeGroot, at the recent B.C. High School Cross Country Championships in Victoria.The contingent excelled with DeGroot leading the way with a 24th place finish. Staff and management at Mallard’s Source For Sports would like to salute the runners and coaches with Team of the Week honours. The running contingent includes, Kieran Simpspon (Prince Charles, Creston), Hunter Stanway (J.V. Humphries, Kaslo), Lukas Smith (JVH), Young Jin yu (L.V. Rogers), Luca Sattler (LVR), Oliver Hale (LVR), Shawn DeGroot (LVR), Steven Hernandez (Mount Sentinel), LVR and Salmo coach Jon Francis and Mount Sentinel coach Sacha Kalabis. Front, Neil Jacobsen (Prince Charles), Eli Bukowski (JVH), Tyler Exner (LVR), Roberto Miranda (Mt. Sentinel), Nico Bolter (LVR) and Jackson Hawton (Prince Charles). Missing, Ellie Hewat (JVH), Kiraya Spencer (LVR), Darya Huser (Salmo), Danica Long (LVR) and Kia Weir (Mt. Sentinel).last_img read more

first_imgThe Nelson Leafs made another move to bolster the lineup of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League club Wednesday by acquiring goalie Caiden Kreitz.Kreitz, who turns 20 later this month, started the season with the Calgary Canucks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League before being moved to Cowichan Valley Capitals of the BC Hockey League.However, according to Leaf GM Lance Morey, Kreitz was not enamored with move to the BC Hockey League and decided, after visiting the Heritage City over Christmas, to agree to come to Nelson.“Caiden is a big pickup for us . . . a major find that really helps us a lot,” Morey told The Nelson Daily Wednesday.“We don’t have a No. 2, we now have a 1 and 1a in our lineup,” Morey added.In 15 games this season the 6-foot, 175 pound Kreitz registered a 3.88 goals against average in 15 games with the Canucks.On December 1, Kreitz was dealt to Cowichan Valley exchange for the CJHL playing rights of defencemen Riley Thorpe.But Kreitz felt playing for the Capitals was not a good fit for the Calgary native. “The acquisition of Caiden really bolsters our roster,” explains Morey, adding Kreitz joins Josh Williams as the Leaf goalies.Morey said to make room for Kreitz, the Leafs dealt Sam Burford to Creston Valley Thunder Cats for future considerations.“Sam is a good kid who wanted to play more, and we knew that, so we wanted to help him out and traded him to Creston,” Morey said.The deal to acquire Kreitz is the second move by the Leafs.Last week, Nelson acquired one of Kreitz’s former Calgary Canucks teammates in forward Dylan Williamson.However, Morey said North Battleford, the team Williamson was traded to by Calgary, is holding up the deal. So, Nelson brass has asked BC Hockey to intervene to get the deal completed.“We don’t expect Dylan to able to play by the weekend,” said Morey, adding that Williams is practicing with the team. “We are hopeful he’s be ready by the January 10th roster deadline.”Nelson faces a tough test this weekend.The Leafs travel to Fruitvale for a date against the defending KIJHL champion Beaver Valley Nitehawks Friday before returning to host Eddie Mountain Division leading Kimberley Dynamiters Saturday at the NDCC Arena.Game time is 7 p.m. Saturday.Nelson, which has more points now, 49, than the team managed during the 2015-16 season, currently sits in second spot in the Murdoch Division, three points behind front running Castlegar Rebels and 12 ahead of third-place Beaver Valley.ICE CHIPS: Leaf GM Lance Morey said a scout for University of Mary Men’s Hockey program of Bizmark, ND, will be in Nelson Saturday to have a look at three Leafs — forward Sawyer Hunt, defenceman Zach Morey and goalie Josh Williams. . .. Nelson will have three players in Kelowna, January 13th to play in the KIJHL Prospects Game. Forwards Ryan Cooper and Ryan Piva is joined by defenceman Dash Thompson. Leaf coach Mario DiBella is coach of the Kootenay Conference squad due to Nelson holding down first place in the Conference as of December 1. . . . Morey said the Leafs are not done yet on the trade market with two cards remaining before the January 10th roster deadline. Currently Nelson has two goals, six defencemen and 13 forwards, not including Dylan Williamson, on the roster.last_img read more