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first_imgRenowned Catholic Sister, Mary Laurene Browne, OSF, an educator and president of Stella Maris Polytechnique in Monrovia, turns 72 today Thursday, February 26.She told the Daily Observer in an exclusive interview that she is dedicating her 72nd birth anniversary to God, family and community members, but particularly to the Bernadine Franciscan Sisters, where she achieved the sisterhood.Today’s celebration, according to her, promises to be low key, meaning not too many  activities.  “I just want to sit with family, congregation members and friends to thank God Almighty for keeping me safe and sound to date, having gone through the turmoil of the Liberian civil war.”Born in 1943 in Gadetarbo Chiefdom, Maryland County, Little Mary, as she used to be called by her parents who predeceased her, first attended the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Parish Day School.Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David A.T. Browne and Elizabeth Toe had then divorced when she was only six.“When I completed my first class at the AME Parish Day School, I later enrolled at Our Lady of Fatima High School in Harper, Maryland County. I then travelled to the United States of America after finishing Our Lady of Fatima High School and attended Alvernia College (now university),” Sister Mary Laurene told the Daily Observer at her Capitol Hill office in Monrovia.Upon completion of her college education at Alvernia, she entered the Bernadine Franciscan Sisters Convent in Reading, Pennsylvania. That was about 51 years ago, and she has remained faithful as a full time Catholic Sister up to the present.What is amazing about Sister Mary Laurene Browne is that at age 72, she is strong, energetic, focused and devoted as she goes about doing her daily routine as president of the Catholic-run Stella Maris Polytechnique and proprietor of Spiritan Demonstration School.She says,  “At age 72, I remain strong, so I give all to God who preserves me for His purpose, for which I am grateful.” She recalled that during the 14-year Liberian civil crisis, “things became very difficult psychologically, socially, economically, etc, but thanks to God, He has been so good to me.”Dream for Country’s EducationAs a renowned educator, Sister Mary Laurene Browne, holds the view that the improvement of Liberia’s education sector requires the collective efforts of all, irrespective of status.“I may be right or wrong, but I believe that the education system of this country will improve when most Liberians recognized that formal education is important. I don’t think that is happening because all of us need to make the sacrifice, and until that is done, we will continue to be at the level where we are, because this is not only the responsibility of authorities at the Ministry of Education (MOE), but everybody’s business, including the government.”The Catholic Sister believes that the will is lacking on the part of Liberians to embrace education, “because the generation became mature   during the war years without obtaining any kind of formal education.  So all of us have to take the responsibility to improve the sector.”She has, meanwhile, called for the continuation of the anti-Ebola preventive measures instituted by health authorities across the country and at the campuses of the various schools that are now actively functioning.By that, she believes that Liberia will eventually win the fight against the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD).“My appeal is that all Liberians, including the foreign residents, continue to abide by the guidelines set by health authorities in the fight against the EVD so that we may live because the disease is so dangerous and deadly.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgThe aggrieved ANC poll watchers showing their ANC accreditation cardsAbout 170 poll watchers of the opposition Alternative National Congress (ANC ) have taken the party to the Ganta Magisterial Court for failing to pay stipends the party’s county leadership promised them for last Tuesday’s polls.The poll watchers, many of them students,  told the Daily Observer that their stipend of US$75 each was yet to be released since voting ended on election day, October 10.“We need our money the ANC Nimba chapter promised to us so we can return to our respective campuses,” said Otis Yoryor, one of the aggrieved students.“They told us that at the close of the polls, we were to get our pay without the least delay, but as of today (last Thursday) we haven’t seen any sign of getting our money.”Nearly all of those requesting their stipend from the ANC were assigned at the various polling places in Ganta and its environs.“We worked for the entire day without food and transportation, but our money is yet to come,” said Dorcah T. Siaway, a mother of five.“We have made frantic efforts through phone calls, but neither of the county officials cared to answer to the calls,” said Abraham Cooper.When contacted via mobile phone, ANC Nimba County chairman Watson Yeanor admitted to the poll watchers’ claims, but said the amount was US$7 each, not US$75 as they were claiming.According to Yeanor, “under the Labor Law, no unskilled person can make US$75 per day, so the poll watchers were making a false and unjust accusation that the party owed them such an amount of money.”He said that the party did not specify a definite date and time to pay the poll watchers, as they were claiming, adding, “my office is making some efforts to pay them once and for all.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgMoments after President David Granger’s address to Parliament on Friday, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo held an impromptu press conference where he dismissed many of the assertions and remarks that were made by the Head of State.While the Opposition Leader is maintaining that it was not a policy speech, he also sought to point out that no transparent policy guidance was specified for the future.“First of all, this was not a policy speech. This was the President speaking about his work programme for the past year and what they have done and grading and appraising himself and his Government,” the former President pointed out.In highlighting that Granger failed to disclose the impact of these governmental policies, some of the matters addressed by Granger were carefully examined and he formulated a synopsis of the actual scenario.According to Jagdeo, the 2051 new businesses that were created in the 215Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeohinterland communities through the Village Improvement Plans, were made through provisions that were set up under the tenure of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Administration and monies were left to fund these projects.“The Village Improvement Plans were there long before 2016 in each village and we left money to fund those plans. The presidential grant he talks about now was started under the PPP.”Adding to that, Jagdeo is of the belief that the training of youths did not lower the unemployment rate since thousands of persons would have lost their jobs over the past three years. Granger had mentioned in his address that the 40 per cent unemployment rate in 2015 would have been remedied by the implementation of minor training programmes for youths.“He did not say what youth unemployment is today because we know that many people have lost their jobs. In fact, 30,000 people have lost their jobs under his tenure in office and many of them are young people and many can’t find a job now so him enumerating how many people they’ve trained through small programmes doesn’t answer the fundamental question.”The Opposition Leader lamented that the reality of livelihood in Guyana demonstrates differently than what was said during the Head of State’ discourse, while alluding to the meager pension increase that is accompanied by cutbacks on subsidies for utility services.“They have now removed the water subsidy, electricity subsidy, put the VAT (Value Added Tax) on drugs that old people use more. The transport cost has gone up because they had a fare increase recently. That adds hardship to old people. He didn’t say a single word on how he will improve the lot of old people.”With respect to the President’s remark on the improvement in the quality of electricity that is being supplied to Guyanese, the former President urged the Government to take a closer look into this affair, adding that the situation has “deteriorated” with no long-term solutions.“The reality of Guyana is that it has deteriorated. You ask the people in Bartica or the Essequibo Coast or on the East Coast or Georgetown…and they have absolutely no plans for addressing it.”He also gestured at the 250 housing units that was mentioned by Granger is incomparable to the thousands of property lots that were distributed under the PPP Administration, while noting that the mortgage rate was lowered significantly from 38 per cent to a minimum of five per cent for persons who are borrowing up to $8 million.“So far, three and a half years in Government, they have decided to build 250 housing units. That’s their achievement. In the years PPP had been in office, over 100,000 house lots have been issued, many tens of thousands of houses built.”The Opposition Leader further went on to state the important issues that should have been mentioned by the President, which includes the fraudulent names on the Local Government Elections lists and the frequent security breaches at the penitentiary.“He talks about the prisons and that they inherit past failures. Twenty-three years in management of the country, we did not have yearly crises at the prison. The first one led to a massive escape and a fire, the second one led to a fire that burn down the whole prison [Camp Street Prison] and many people were killed. Then we had a breakout at Lusignan and now we have another breakout.”The “big revelation” to Parliament was to launch a Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into the piracy attack. A Mining Act will also be crafted where there will new regulations to control mercury and in the Jagdeo’s views, this will create a “huge impact” on small-scale miners.last_img read more

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first_img0Shares0000Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr celebrates with his assistant coach Zedekiah Otieno (left) and Team manager Jolawi Obondo (right) after winning the SportPesa Super Cup on June 10, 2018 at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 10- Sit down, be humble; Those might not be the words that Gor Mahia head coach uttered after beating his former employers Simba SC to the SportPesa Super Cup title on Sunday in Nakuru, but had he spoken otherwise, he wouldn’t have fallen far off those lines.Kerr beamed with ecstasy getting victory over the side that sacked him barely seven months in, and right in front of the very same club officials who according to him thought he wasn’t good enough. Right after Jacques Tuyisenge drove the final nail on Simba’s coffin with the second goal, Kerr leaped in joy into the arms of his assistant Zedekiah Otieno smiling ear to ear, his face beaming with glee and shouting for joy.No sooner had he come down from his assistant’s arms than he turned to the VIP dias, punching both arms in the air and screaming at the Simba officials led by Hajji Manara who he had earlier accused of ‘giving Singida United players high fives’ after their semi-final match against Gor.Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr flushes his tyrademark thumbs up before their SportPesa Super Cup final against Tanzania’s Simba on June 10, 2018 at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“It’s all gone now. They told me I wasn’t good enough and today I have proved to them that I am good enough. The team I had in 2015 at Simba was fantastic and I was told I am not good enough. They think this team they have now is good enough. Well, they need to look at themselves in the mirror,” an ecstatic Kerr said after the match.Pre-match, Kerr had said he had nothing to prove to Simba but nonetheless, it was immeasurable joy for the British tactician.He went on to further condemn the Simba leadership having made a decision to sack French coach Pierre Lechantre.“They have sacked the coach that won them the league and that is outrageous,” Kerr said.Lechantre only took charge of the team for their first game against Kariobangi Sharks but wasn’t on the bench in their win over Kakamega Homeboyz and the final against Gor. It was his assistant Massoud Djuma who was in charge of both ties.Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr shares a joke with Simba SC stand-in coach Djuma Massoud before their SportPesa Super Cup final on June 10, 2018 at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluCapital Sport has learnt that Lechantre’s contract at the club ends in a week’s time and his comments in praise of Gor Mahia after winning their first match might have irked the Simba management who asked him to step aside.Meanwhile, it meant the world to Kerr getting victory over Simba, a clinical 2-0 performance at a fully packed stadium and his players giving their all on the pitch.“Those players were brilliant. They worked their socks off and they ran miles for this victory,” Kerr later told Capital Sport.Under the drenching Nakuru evening rain, Kerr took a lap of honor around the entire pitch, his t-shirt and pair of shorts dripping with water giving the fans a round of applause as they in turn responded shouting ‘Igweeeee, Igweeee’.Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr joins his players in celebration after winning the SportPesa Super Cup title against Tanzania’s Simba SC on June 10, 2018 at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“It feels amazing to win this title because the players did what we wanted them to do which was go there, play football, enjoy and win that airline ticket. They did that and did it in a brilliant way. It means so much to them to get a chance to go to Everton and play at Goodison Park,” the tactician added.The tactician believes the Super Cup conquest will inject more confidence ahead of their remaining campaigns especially in the CAF Confederations Cup.Gor Mahia are also looking to retain their Kenyan Premier League crown as well as battle for honors in the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Shield and the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup.“We are going to get better and get stronger. We are becoming a team now and we have to keep going. These boys are brilliant and they have to believe themselves. Now they need to go to Goodison and show that they are a good team,” added the tactician.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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first_imgAll County LeagueBoth teams were away to Glenswilly on Saturday evening last and both recorded good victories.The seniors recorded a good victory winning on a scoreline of Glenswilly 2-8 St. Michael’s 2-12. The St. Michael’s team and scorers were: Mark Anthony McGinley, Chris McElhinney, Stephen Black, Michael Gallagher, Michael Cannon 0-1, Stephen Doak, Daniel McLaughlin 0-1, Ciaran Gallagher, Martin McElhinney, Andrew Kelly 1-0, Christy Toye 1-1, Michael Langan 0-6, Colm McFadden 0-3, Ryan Langan, and Brian McLaughlin. Subs: Liam Paul Ferry for Daniel McLaughlin and Keelan McGee for Brian McLaughlin.The reserves also won on a scoreline of St. Michael’s 0-10 Glenswilly 0-4.ChampionshipGood luck to Eddie and and Gavin and the seniors and reserve teams who are away to Kilcar in the Championship on this Sunday the 28th August with the throw ins at 1.pm and 3pm. Please note Reserve Match throw in time.St. Michael’s Lotto RotaThe names on the St. Michael’s Lotto Roto for Dunfanaghy for this Saturday night the 27th August are Anne Marie Kelly and Suzi Roarty.St. Michael’s Mini LottoThere was no jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday night last. The numbers drawn were 2,5,8,11,12,15. The no Match 5 winners ; 24 people matched 4 and their names were drawn. The winner of the €100 was Damien McGinley Ards Creeslough. This weeks Jackpot be €2400. The Club would like to thank Brian and Margaret Anne Dolan, Molly’s Bar Dunfanaghy, Seamus Sweeney Kildarragh Construction Philadelphia, Shaun Langan Creeslough Pallets and Michael McColgan Dunfanaghy for their continuing sponsorship of the lotto jackpot, it is very much appreciated.Tickets are on sale in local businesses in Dunfanaghy and Creeslough and at the Bingo Session in Massinass Community Centre Creeslough on Sunday evenings, tickets for the St. Michaels Mini Lotto can now also be purchased on line anywhere at at onlinelotto on facebook.St. Michael’s Bingo SessionThe €100 on the 5th Game at the Bingo Session in Dunfanaghy on Sunday night last was shared by Bernie Boyle Falcarragh and Kevin McCarroll Drimnaraw, the €100 on the 10th Game was won by Patricia Hunter Ards.Every house New Car if you check on 45 Numbers or less with the Lucky number in the Panel and also called in the first five numbers of that game.The Magic Number from 1 to 90 is drawn out every Sunday night before the bingo begins. In addition every House winner will receive a free entry to the weekly lotto, this weeks Jackpot is €2350. The single book is €8, Double, Double Book €12, Sheet €2. Bingo continues every Sunday evening at 8pm in the Massinass Community Centre.MinorsHard luck to the county minor team and management on their loss to Galway in the All Ireland semi final on Sunday last but thanks for all your hard work and achievements all year.SOS for Photographs!Nicola is currently gathering photographs for the clubhouse. If anyone has ANY team photographs from winning senior, reserve, u21 or any underage teams in league/championship/Gaeltacht she would really appreciate if you let her know. All hard copies of the photos will be returned to you safely once we make a copy of them or likewise photos can be emailed to secretary.stmichaels.donegal@gaa.ie Please spread the word as the team photos required date back to 1967!All help with this little project would be much appreciated. Thanks everyone.Club GearMichael Murphy Sports & Leisure is now stocking St Michaels club gear in children and adult sizes. Initials can be embroidered on tops if requested in the shop.St. Michael’s Minor BoardU8sU8s had a very enjoyable evening on Friday last in Downings. All games were equally contested and there was never more than a score in it. Big thanks to Downings for inviting us over. Training this week continues at the Bridge on Thursday;bus from Creeslough at 5.45pm. €3 please for bus . Any queries please contact Bernard on 087 248 1402.U10sU10s had a very enjoyable evening on Friday last in Downings. All games were equally contested and there was never more than a score in it. Big thanks to Downings for inviting us over. Training this week continues at the Bridge on Thursday, bus from Creeslough @5.45 pm.€3 please.U13sU13s were unfortunate not to win last Friday evening at the Bridge in a League game against Lifford . However the boys played well considering a number of players were missing and secured a draw on a score line of 4,4 v 5,1.Training takes place this Friday with bus leaving creeslough at 5.30 pm for training at 6pm . E3 for bus.Boys are scheduled to play away to St Eunan’s this Wednesday evening.RegistrationAnyone still wishing to register/pay outstanding monies please contact either Suzi on 0872849214 or Anne Marie on 0879454107 ASAP.Parish League BookletAnyone who wishes to receive a Parish League Booklet can contact Margaret Ann on 0876207919. Also some league champions 2015 booklets still available.GAA News: St. Michael’s come out on top after clash with Glenswilly was last modified: August 23rd, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:GAA notesglenswillySt Michaelslast_img read more

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first_imgA Letterkenny premises was raided last night as part of a nationwide crackdown on prostitution.There were a number of arrests across the country but none in Donegal.Inspector Pat O’Donnell said investigations in relation to the vice trade in Donegal are ongoing. LETTERKENNY PREMISES RAIDED AS PART OF CRACKDOWN ON PROSTITUTION was last modified: December 6th, 2014 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)last_img read more

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first_imgLocal Link in Donegal has announced a number of bus service changes for the Christmas holidays.There will be no services on Christmas Day, St Stephen’s Day and New Year’s Day with limited services on Christmas Eve & New Years Eve. Local Link have also announced a new timetable for Route 271, Burtonport to Letterkenny – effective 2nd January 2020.There are slight changes to the times and one stop will be replaced – Sockar Rd Churchill is no longer being serviced from 2nd January 2020 and will be replaced with Drumacanoo Junction and the bus will continue to Letterkenny via New Mills.For more information and live updates, visit Local Link Donegal Sligo Leitrim on Facebook. Local Link announce Christmas and New Year’s Timetables was last modified: December 17th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:bus servicesbusesLocal Linklast_img read more

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first_imgChelsea Ladies star Ji So-Yun has been named the FA Women’s Super League 1 Players’ Player of the Year.The South Korea international, 23, was hugely impressive in her first season in England, scoring a nine goals in 19 appearances.Signed from Japanese side INAC Kobe Leonessa in late 2013, she was a stand-out performer in the Chelsea side which finished as runners-up and qualified for the Champions League.So-Yun won the award after being nominated along with Birmingham City’s Karen Carney and Notts County’s Jess Clarke.“It means a great deal to me to be recognised by my fellow players,” she said.“The award is not only for me but all the players and staff at Chelsea Ladies who made me so welcome.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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first_imgALAMEDA — The Raiders finished the 2019 NFL Draft with nine new players, starting with a Clemson defensive end and ending with a Prairie View A&M defensive end.The Raiders traded five times total, twice on Friday and three times Saturday, four times trading back and once trading up in the fifth round for Clemson wideout Hunter Renfrow on Saturday.Below are capsules on each of the five players the Raiders drafted on Day 3, complete with background details and quotes from each.Eastern Michigan …last_img

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first_img(Visited 40 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 A new paper revises the speed of light.  This could change everything in the universe.Since Einstein, what factor other than c, the speed of light, is more fundamental to modern physics and cosmology?  From E=mc2 to GPS, the speed of light shows up everywhere in equations and models of the universe.  What if that were to change, even a slight bit?  Everything.  PhysOrg asks,The theory of general relativity suggests that light travels at a constant speed of 299,792,458 meters per second in a vacuum. It’s the c in Einstein’s famous equation after all, and virtually everything measured in the cosmos is based on it—in short, it’s pretty important. But, what if it’s wrong?A paper in the New Journal of Physics might turn heads in the scientific community with that suggestion.  J. D. Franson [U of Maryland] proposes that the speed of light can be altered by quantum effects, when photons in transmit very briefly split into antiparticles (a positron and an electron) and back again.  The energy of these interactions could slow down the photons slightly.  For support, he notes that light rays arrived inexplicably later than neutrinos, by 4.7 hours, from Supernova 1987A.  Accounting for that delay with his theory of vacuum polarization would have the effect of altering c over distances.Supernova 1987A is only 168,000 light years away, but many objects are vastly farther—millions of light years away.  The differences in predicted and actual transmit times could be correspondingly large.  The article says the implications could be staggering:If Franson’s ideas turn out to be correct, virtually every measurement taken and used as a basis for cosmological theory, will be wrong. Light from the sun for example, would take longer to reach us than thought, and light coming from much more distant objects, such as from the Messier 81 galaxy, a distance of 12 million light years, would arrive noticeably later than has been calculated—about two weeks later. The implications are staggering—distances for celestial bodies would have to be recalculated and theories that were created to describe what has been observed would be thrown out. In some cases, astrophysicists would have to start all over from scratch.The announcement led to some lively exchanges in the comments.CEH is not necessarily endorsing Franson’s claim, though some creation organizations may wish to pursue the ramifications for cosmology.  We are using this announcement to show that, in science, there are very serious, basic, fundamental things scientists think they know that may not be actually true.  Empirical adequacy and predictive success are not necessarily reliable indicators of objective reality.last_img read more