NBA Recap, 18/1/19 – Lakers beat the Thunder in overtime

first_imgJan 17, 2019; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball (2) drives to the basket against Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams (12) during the first half at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Alonzo Adams-USA TODAY SportsAdvertisement 6cvwNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsbWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Esi0l2( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) gc1tWould you ever consider trying this?😱jyn481Can your students do this? 🌚f6m28Roller skating! Powered by Firework The Los Angeles Lakers claimed a 138-128 overtime victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Kyle Kuzma scored 32 points for the Lakers, and Lonzo Ball was impressive for them down the stretch. The Thunder let a 17-point lead slip, but at least forced overtime after Russell Westbrook nailed three free throws in the dying seconds. But the Lakers outscored them by 10 points in the extra 5 minutes, handing them the victory.Advertisement London saw NBA action today, as the Wizards and Knicks faced off at The O2. Washington claimed the 101-100 win in controversial circumstances, as they were awarded a buzzer-beating field goal due to a goaltend.Advertisement Joel Embiid stuffed the stat sheet with 22 points, 8 assists, and 13 rebounds as the 76ers defeated the Pacers 120-96. Jimmy Butler scored 27 for Philadelphia, and J. J. Redick added 20.In Charlotte, the Hornets won 114-95 against the Kings following a second-quarter shooting outburst. Kemba Walker top-scored for them with 23 points.Advertisement Kawhi Leonard sat out for the Raptors, but they won nonetheless, scraping past the Suns in Phoenix 101-109. The Nuggets routed the Bulls 135-105, to bounce back from their heavy loss against the Warriors.That’s all the action from today, visit this space tomorrow for more of the same! Advertisementlast_img read more

Harvard soccer team suspended over sex comments

first_imgA document uncovered by Harvard’s student newspaper included ratings of the attractiveness of female players as well as sexually explicit comments.University President Drew Faust called the behaviour “appalling”.The team, currently in first place in the Ivy League, will forfeit the rest of its games this season.In what reports indicate may be a yearly tradition, male soccer players at Harvard circulated documents with pictures of their female counterparts, rating their attractiveness from one to 10 and giving reasons for their decisions.They also noted which sexual position they thought the women in question would prefer.Until recently, the Harvard Crimson newspaper reports, documents from 2012 were publicly accessible through a former team’s Google Group.’Not isolated’Ms Faust said an investigation had found that the tradition had continued to the current season.She wrote that she “was deeply distressed to learn that the appalling actions of the 2012 men’s soccer team were not isolated to one year or the actions of a few individuals”.Ms Faust added in a statement: “The decision to cancel a season is serious and consequential, and reflects Harvard’s view that both the team’s behaviour and the failure to be forthcoming when initially questioned are completely unacceptable, have no place at Harvard, and run counter to the mutual respect that is a core value of our community.”Last week after the original story came out, the female players in question said they were “appalled that female athletes who are told to feel empowered and proud of their abilities are so regularly reduced to a physical appearance”.In an opinion piece published in the Crimson, they said: “More than anything, we are frustrated that this is a reality that all women have faced in the past and will continue to face throughout their lives.”The university’s director of athletics, Robert Scalise, said: “It’s very disappointing and disturbing that people are doing this.”Any time a member of our community says things about other people who are in our community that are disparaging, it takes away from the potential for creating the kind of learning environment that we’d like to have here at Harvard.”The men’s soccer coach Pieter Lehrer wrote in a statement to the Crimson that the team was “beyond disappointed that our season has ended in this way, but we respect the decision made by our administration”.last_img read more

Enciso on missing crucial triple: ‘I just need to be better’

first_imgTrump’s impeachment defense, prosecutors dig in MOST READ But that wasn’t the case as Enciso misfired and Alaska yielded the last quarterfinals berth to GlobaPort, 107-106, in the 2017 PBA Commissioner’s Cup.The young guard said the play was exactly what his head coach Alex Compton drew up, for either him or Cory Jefferson to take the final shot.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnSPORTSBreak new ground“It was for me and Cory, and there’s not much I can say. I just got to be better,” he said.Overall, it was one of those nights for Enciso where the ball just didn’t bounce his way as he went 1-of-7 from the field to finish with measly three points. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ex-Bulacan town vice mayor, village chief shot dead For Ina, portraying a zombie is like an ‘out-of-body experience’ Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Gerald: Just because I’ve been bashed doesn’t mean I’d stop working China reports 17 new cases in viral pneumonia outbreak PBA IMAGESWith time winding down, there was no doubt in Simon Enciso’s mind that his potential game-tying three would find the bottom of the net.“It felt good,” Enciso recalled.ADVERTISEMENT Swing Out Sister back to PH this April View comments Trump’s impeachment defense, prosecutors dig in Enciso struggled in his first conference with the Aces, averaging just 5.8 points per game on a woeful 29% from the field and 16% from deep.“I just need to be better. I’ve been on a shooting slump this couple of games so there’s nothing I can really do right now but to just get back to the gym and do better,” he said.Enciso vowed to bounce back stronger as he hopes to deliver for the Aces next conference.“Next conference, I’ll be ready. We fought hard until the end but unfortunately, in the last couple of games, it just haven’t been sliding out there,” he said. “I believe in this team and I believe in coach. He’s a hell of a coach. It’s a pleasure they acquired me this conference. I just feel super blessed to just be on this team. I’ll be better and I’ll be ready.”ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Compton: Aces’ early exit ‘not acceptable’ Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’last_img read more


first_imgIreland’s biggest toy-store is coming to Donegal.Smyth’s Toys, who have stores across the country, are to open in Letterkenny before Christmas.For years thousands of people have travelled across the border to the store’s Derry outlet for toys and gifts. Now the store is to open a large store at units 5 and 6 of the Letterkenny Retail Park on Neil T Blaney Road.News of the store’s plans will also be a boost on the local jobs front with up to 15 new jobs expected at the store at units 5 and 6.The units are currently vacant but work is expected to begin soon to fit out the store.Smyth’s Toys have recently applied to Letterkenny Town Council to have two large illuminated signs for the outside of the store. News of the store’s opening has been welcomed by Mayor of Letterkenny, Cllr Gerry McMonagle.Mayor McGonagle told “This is very good news and it shows how much faith a large chainstore like Smyth’s Toys have in Letterkenny.“They would not come to Letterkenny without doing their homework that there is a strong customer base.“We often hear about stores closing down and we are living in a tough economic but this is good news for a change and it should be welcomed,” he said.Ends JOBS AND RETAIL BOOST AS IRELAND’S BIGGEST TOY STORE TO OPEN IN LETTERKENNY was last modified: September 9th, 2011 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:Letterkenny Retail ParkSmyth’s Toyslast_img read more

Canyon bridge may open in late February

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card Los Angeles County officials had promised the contractor $150,000 extra if the new bridge was completed by mid-December, but work last fall was slowed by repeated red-flag warnings that required work to stop because of high fire danger. Rain or fire danger over the coming weeks could delay the completion past this month, county Public Works spokesman Ken Pellman said. Rancho Cordova-based C.C. Myers Inc., the construction firm that rebuilt the Santa Monica Freeway after the 1994 Northridge Earthquake, was hired in July by county supervisors to build the new bridge for $1.5 million. Aliso Canyon Road was closed in July 2004 by the 11,400-acre crown fire, which burned across 12 miles of brush-covered hillside from Acton to the Littlerock Reservoir. ACTON – A two-lane road that closed when a bridge burned in a 2004 brush fire could reopen to traffic by the end of this month. Construction crews are hurrying to complete a new concrete bridge for Aliso Canyon Road, which has been closed since a July 2004 fire destroyed the decades-old wooden bridge along the road. “That is being aggressively worked on,” said Norm Hickling, an aide to Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, who has been pushing for reopening of the two-lane road. County officials hope Aliso Canyon Road – linking Acton with Angeles National Forest – will reopen by month’s end, though no date has been set, Hickling said. Antonovich’s office will send out an announcement when traffic can resume, he said. last_img read more

Ending NIMBYism

first_imgSHE’S only been on the job for seven weeks, but new city Planning Director Gail Goldberg is already saying all the right things. “If you have a vibrant city with a good economy, you can expect your city to grow,” Goldberg told the City Council last week. She’s right. Rather than trying to stamp out development, the city should welcome it. But – and this is key – it also must plan for growth intelligently. As Goldberg noted, development must include ample transportation options, adequate schools, parks and green space. And it’s the city’s neighborhoods that know best how to plan intelligently. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinals“We have to have a dialogue with neighborhoods like we’ve never had before. Nobody knows a neighborhood better than the people who live in a neighborhood,” Goldberg said. She can say that again. For too long, city development policies have been determined by the downtown fat cats and their developer buddies, with no attention paid to the needs of the city’s communities. The result has been decades of bad policy that fuels NIMBYism. So credit Goldberg for having the good sense to recognize – and say – that things need to start being done differently in this city. Going against the entrenched ways at City Hall won’t be easy, but for the good of L.A.’s future, Goldberg’s idealism must win out. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

City Hall suspect has troubled past

first_imgDuring an arraignment hearing Aug. 11 on charges of assault on a peace officer, grand theft firearm, and possession of a firearm by a felon, a judge ordered Dyer to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. She is due back in court Sept. 1. Dyer’s attorney could not be reached last week for comment. In 1992, Dyer was sentenced in Los Angeles to seven years in prison after being convicted of brandishing a weapon at a SWAT team officer and assault, with personal use of a gun, said Saunders. “She was stalking a woman; they had a brief affair, and they broke it off. She refused to take the rejection and launched a campaign against the victim,” Saunders said. “She would follow her to work and try to get her fired. There were repeated phone calls.” At one point, Dyer was living in the crawl space beneath the woman’s house, though that wasn’t discovered until after the SWAT team confrontation. “There was clothing identified as belonging to Susan, dried food scattered all over. From that crawl space, Susan could hear everything going on in house. The telephone box was down there with scratch marks consistent with tapping into the phone,” Saunders said. In the Los Angeles case, Dyer was first arrested on suspicion of burglary when a friend house-sitting for the woman found Dyer inside the home. Bailed out by her father, she stole his gun and went back to the house. The victim and two friends, who were having lunch, ran outside. An hourslong confrontation with a SWAT team ended when she came outside and was tackled by SWAT officers, Saunders said. After four years in prison, Department of Corrections records indicate, Dyer was sent back to prison repeatedly for parole violations after her initial release in 1996. She was paroled to Palmdale so she would be at least 35 miles away from the Los Angeles victim, Saunders said. Dyer had to wear an electronic monitor and was checked at least once a day by her parole officer, Saunders said. In 1998, she somehow slipped out of the monitoring device and was found later in Santa Monica, Saunders said. She was returned to prison. In 1999, Dyer was sent to a locked mental facility after being ruled a danger to the community. She was released after a jury determined her to be sane, Saunders said. After finishing her parole in 2000, Dyer left California and ended up in Wisconsin, where she worked as a railroad engineer, Saunders said. In 2005, police in Wisconsin got a report of a woman lying in a ditch. It was Dyer, who when police arrived got in a car and led them on a high-speed chase, Saunders said. “When it ended, they started to approach, and she took a blanket, threw it over her body, and simulated a gun from under the blanket,” Saunders said. After several weeks in a mental hospital, she was released and headed to California. Saunders said she last heard she was living out of her car. Saunders said she couldn’t charge Dyer with stalking in the 1992 case because California’s law at that time was weak. Stalking was a misdemeanor unless there was a restraining order. The law was rewritten to make stalking a felony – carrying a prison sentence – and to say that it could be indirect, and implied by conduct. “The definition of `credible threat’ was meant to be, `I’m going to kill you right now.’ What Susan was doing was: `I’m not going to hurt you, but I’ll destroy you mentally,”‘ Saunders said. (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “It’s very bizarre,” said Mayor Jim Ledford, whose office window was broken by the gunfire. Sheriff’s homicide Lt. Joe Hartshorne said Dyer won’t talk with investigators. “She was there armed with two guns. We don’t know if she was waiting for somebody. The city checked and knows of no previous known contact,” Hartshorne said. Dyer, whose attorney in the City Hall case has questioned her mental competency, is in custody in a hospital ward after undergoing two surgeries for her wounds, the detective said. Dyer was holding two pistols when city maintenance workers saw her before dawn July 21 outside Palmdale City Hall. When a half-dozen deputies, summoned by the workers’ 911 call, ordered Dyer to drop her weapons, she ran into a parking lot, then pointed the guns at the deputies, officials said. PALMDALE – A gun-toting woman shot by sheriff’s deputies in a July 21 confrontation outside Palmdale City Hall had been involved in at least two similar confrontations with police in Los Angeles and Wisconsin, including one in which she pointed a gun at a Los Angeles SWAT officer after invading the home of a woman who jilted her. Susan Dyer, 43, who a prosecutor once described as a “walking time bomb,” had been paroled after prison to Palmdale to keep her away from the Los Angeles woman, and over the Past 10 years she has been repeatedly in and out of prison and at least twice put into mental institutions, authorities said. “This is a never-ending case,” said Deputy District Attorney Rhonda Saunders, who prosecuted Dyer in the Los Angeles case and, as a result, pushed for a strengthening of California’s stalking law. “She has remained obsessed with the wrongs that are done to her. … To be very honest, this ending right now doesn’t surprise me, considering what happened where she pointed a gun at the officer in my case, what happened in Wisconsin, and now.” Detectives and city officials said they don’t know why Dyer showed up armed at City Hall. A detective who worked on the Los Angeles case suggested she might have been looking for her former parole office, even though the parole office is miles away from City Hall. last_img

U.S. trade deficit takes another drop

first_imgWASHINGTON – Helped by a record plunge in oil prices, America’s trade deficit dropped dramatically in October, falling to the lowest level in 14 months. However, the deficit with China hit an all-time high for the third straight month, reflecting a flood of imported toys, games and televisions as retailers stocked up for Christmas. The administration is dispatching a delegation of seven Cabinet members to Beijing this week for talks on China’s currency system and other trade practices Americans see as unfair. The overall deficit for October fell to $58.9 billion, a drop of 8.4 percent from September’s $64.3 billion, the Commerce Department reported Tuesday. The improvement pushed the deficit to the lowest level since August 2005, with the percentage decline the sharpest since December 2001. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’It marked the second consecutive monthly decline since the deficit hit an all-time high of $68.5 billion in August, a month when America’s foreign oil bill was driven to a record high because of soaring global oil prices. But after surging past $77 per barrel this summer, oil prices have been falling. The average price for a barrel of imported crude dropped by a record $7.05 in October to $55.47 with the volume of petroleum shipments also falling. America’s total foreign oil bill fell to $21.8 billion, 17.1 percent below the September level. The fall in the oil bill accounted for four-fifths of the total trade improvement in October, which came in far below the $63 billion analysts had expected. The improvement caused some economists to revise upward their estimates for overall economic growth. Stephen Stanley, chief economist at RBS Greenwich Capital, said a narrow trade deficit would likely add about a half-percentage point to the gross domestic product, pushing his GDP estimate up to 2.5 percent for the final three months of the year. “The tone of the quarter just changed pretty dramatically,” he said. Other analysts agreed that an improving trade picture should help the economy as it struggles with a serious slump in housing and spreading weakness in manufacturing. Even with the overall improvement, America’s deficit with China rose by 6.1 percent to $24.4 billion, reflecting big increases in shipments of toys, games, sporting goods, televisions and computers in preparation for Christmas shopping. The deficit with China is at an annual rate of $229 billion, far above last year’s $202 billion deficit, which had been an all-time high for any country. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and six other members of the president’s Cabinet along with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke were to meet with Chinese leaders Thursday and Friday. Paulson has been lowering expectations for a breakthrough in this new Strategic Economic Dialogue, but administration critics said the new trade data showed how dire the situation is. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Five players you must sign for your Fantasy Football team this week

first_imgAs the Premier League edges closer to its hectic Christmas period, now’s the time to get your Fantasy Football team sorted.Fixtures come thick and fast, as do injuries, so it’s crucial to ensure your squad is stacked with form players who never get rotated. Getty Images – Getty Paulo Gazzaniga (Tottenham) – £1.7mHere’s a bit of a left-field shout. Tottenham, like Manchester United, have been in dreadful form so far this season.Backing them to keep clean sheets is a dangerous game at the moment, but things could be about to improve for Mauricio Pochettino’s men.They don’t face any of the ‘big six’ in their next three, with games against Sheffield United, Bournemouth and West Ham.And due to the injury of Hugo Lloris, Gazzaniga looks set to wear the gloves for the foreseeable future.A cheap, ‘big six’ goalkeeper who very few people own? Yes please. Vardy just can’t stop scoring 6 Gazzaniga is Tottenham’s No. 1 for the foreseeable future AFP or licensors Pulisic scored his fourth goal in two matches against Watford AFP Getty Images – Getty Rashford had a difficult time against Bournemouth, but its Brighton up next at home Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – £3.8mManchester United looked to be regaining some form until their dismal 1-0 defeat at Bournemouth last Saturday.Nonetheless, the Red Devils have an enticing run of fixtures, with Brighton, Aston Villa and Sheffield United in their next three games.Most of their points seem to fall to Rashford, either through goals or assists, and he’s also on penalty duty (most of the time). 6center_img Admittedly, those are few and far between, but luckily we’ve found five players who won’t let you down over the coming weeks.Some stars have already made themselves indispensable in the game and you risk falling behind if you don’t pick them up this week.But there are also some good different options which could help you gain ground in your mini-leagues.Take a look at’s expert tips below.WIN £1K EVERY WEEKEND BY PLAYING FANTASY FOOTBALLJamie Vardy (Leicester) – £4.9mIt usually helps to have the Premier League’s leading goalscorer in your team.The Leicester striker has ten goals in the opening 11 games and he just loves playing against this weekend’s opponents.Arsenal travel to the King Power Stadium in desperate form, and Vardy has scored eight goals in as many league appearances against the Gunners.You might even say he has a point to prove after rejecting a move to the Gunners in 2016. This one’s a bit of a no-brainer. Getty Images – Getty 6 Getty Images – Getty John Lundstram (Sheffield United) – £1.9mIf you haven’t got Lundstram yet, what are you doing?The Sheffield United midfielder is the sixth highest point-scorer in the game, level with Sergio Aguero and one ahead of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.He is a Fantasy Football manager’s dream: a defender in the game, but a midfielder in reality.His exceptional goalscoring form, and Sheffield United’s remarkable results, can no longer be put down to fluke.At this point, you’ve got to expect they will continue doing this all season and get behind their players in Fantasy Football. Sadio Mane has been in top form for Liverpool 6 6 Christian Pulisic (Chelsea) – £2.8mFour goals in two games and now a regular starter for the Blues, Pulisic is emerging as a fantastic option for Fantasy Football managers.Chelsea are light on the ground ahead of the Crystal Palace match, with Jorginho suspended and Mason Mount likely to miss the clash through injury.So Pulisic, who looked dangerous during the crazy 4-4 draw against Ajax, could represent an intelligent way into Chelsea’s points haul. 6 Lundstram is currently Fantasy Football’s best value playerlast_img read more

Lawrence County Inmate Roster – 9-21-18

first_img09/20/2018 1415 05/23/1992 *********** M LCPD 0.00BRAZZELL,CHARLES M 47D021703CM406 00000000201 PETITION TO REVOKE Court: Date/Time: -0000 Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: BEDFORD State: IN Class:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 09/20/2018 1010 07/26/1967 *********** M ISP 0.00HOBAN,JOHN JOSEPH JR ON-SITE 00000000192 FAILURE TO IDENTIFY Court: Date/Time: -0000 Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: VIRGINIA State: VA Class:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 09/21/2018 0220 06/04/1968 *********** F BEDFORD PD 755.00HOUSEHOLDER,ANGELA K ONSITE 0BATTERY PR BATTERY, DOM IN PRES Court: Date/Time: -0000 09/20/2018 1735 02/10/1995 *********** M MITCHELL P 0.00SCHOFIELD,SKYLAR A 47D021708F61228 00000000201 PETITION TO REVOKE Court: Date/Time: -0000 ON-SITE 00000000073 R.A. BY FLEEING Court: Date/Time: -0000 ON-SITE 00000000072 R.A. BY FORCE Court: Date/Time: -0000 Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: LAW CO State: IN Class:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________09/20/2018 0832 11/07/1970 *********** M LCPD 7,500.00BAKER,STEVEN L 47D011809F61437 BATTERY/DOM BATTERY/DOMESTIC Court: SUPERIOR COURT I Date/Time: -0000 Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: City: LAWRENCE CO State: Class:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Book Date Time DOB SSN Charge Charge Sex Arr Ag Bail Bail Agency Cause No. Code(s) Description(s) J A I L M A N A G E M E N T Arrest Report for Courts 09/20/2018 thru 09/21/2018 09/20/2018 1632 03/16/1987 *********** F BEDFORD PD 0.00MITTERNIGHT,TEELA R 47D02-1802-F6-285 00000000203 PETITION TO MODIFY Court: Date/Time: -0000 Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: LITTLE ROCK State: AK Class:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 09/20/2018 1345 07/15/1995 *********** M BEDFORD PD 0.00KARNS,DAVID P 47D021801F6123 00000000201 PETITION TO REVOKE Court: Date/Time: -0000 Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: VINCENNES State: IN Class:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 09/20/2018 1009 01/20/1983 *********** M LCPD 0.00HACKER,RICHARD D 47D021707F61085 00000000201 PETITION TO REVOKE Court: Date/Time: -0000 Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: INDIANAPOLIS State: IN Class:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Run: 21-SEP-2018 8:05 LAWRENCE COUNTYlast_img read more