The criminal investigations branch of the Chatham-Kent Police Service has taken over the investigation into a missing 70-year-old Chatham Township woman.Chatham-Kent police issued a release Friday morning seeking the public’s assistance in locating Catherine Boyle, who was last seen at her Meadowvale Line home, near Wallaceburg, around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday.When asked if police suspect the possibility of foul play or something else of concern in this case, public information officer Const. Renee Cowell said in an email it’s too early in the investigation.She noted all tips and leads are being followed up at this time, so anyone with information is encouraged to either call police or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).Police and family members are concerned for her safety and well-being, stated the morning release.Boyle is described as 5’2″ and approximately 150 lbs, with curly brown and grey hair.Investigators believe she may be wearing white shoes, carrying a large grey purse and driving a white 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4 four-door pickup truck. The vehicle has a four-foot box with a black, hard plastic tonneau cover and a Detroit Tigers window decal on the rear passenger side window.The vehicle has Ontario licence plates AZ61358.Anyone with information regarding Boyle’s whereabouts are asked to contact Constable Rob Bowles at [email protected] or 519-436-6655.
Barth scores Tigers’ lone goalBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterMARSHFIELD — Stevens Point scored once in the final minute of the first period to take the lead and ripped off five more goals to beat Marshfield 6-1 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys hockey game Thursday night at the Marshfield Youth Ice Arena.Stevens Point took a 1-0 lead before Colin Barth tied the game for Marshfield with 1:26 to go in the first period.Cole Caufield put the Panthers back on top less than one minute later, and from there Stevens Point dominated.Caufield added his third goal to cap a three-goal second period to bust the game open for the Panthers, who are now 13-2 and 6-1 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference.Haydon Roy-Peterson had 38 saves in goal for Marshfield (4-9-1, 0-5-1 WVC).Stevens Point held Marshfield to just seven shots on goal.Marshfield hosts Eau Claire Regis/Chippewa Falls McDonell at 8:15 p.m. Saturday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Panthers 6, Tigers 1Stevens Point 2 3 1 – 6Marshfield 1 0 0 – 1First period: 1. SP, Cole Caufield (Chase Miller, Barrett Brooks), 1:56; 2. M, Colin Barth, 15:34; 3. SP, Caufield (Miller, Jarett Jones), 16:20.Second period: 4. SP, Brooks (Caufield), 1:33; 5. SP, Dylan Minch (Treyton Zinda), 6:28; 6. SP, Caufield (Miller), 6:37.Third period: 7. SP, Mark Stoskopf (Leo Knapp), 5:24.Saves: SP, Spencer Wierzba 6; M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 38.Records: Stevens Point 13-2, 6-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 4-9-1, 0-5-1 WVC.
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TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Guangzhou Evergrande table bumper bid for Barcelona attacker Malcomby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveGuangzhou Evergrande have offered Barcelona the chance to make a quick profit on Brazilian winger Malcom.Signed in the summer for €41m from Bordeaux, Malcom is the subject of a &eur;50m offer from Guangzhou, reports AS.Barca are willing to sell, with it emerging that their South American chief Andre Cury offering Malcom to Guangzhou before Christmas.The two clubs enjoy a good relationship having both bought and sold Paulinho over the past 12 months. The midfielder is now back with Guangzhou.For his part, Malcom will take some convincing about quitting Europe with ambitions of breaking into Tite’s Brazil squad front of mind for 2019.
hannah davis derek jeter michiganPerhaps former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter really is a true Michigan man. Saturday night, Jetes, who was raised in Kalamazoo, apparently delayed celebrating Halloween to catch the end of the Michigan vs. Minnesota game. His fiance, Hannah Davis, posted an Instagram photo of him anxiously watching a television while she was ready to go out. The photo, which shows Jeter dressed up as a devil, is amazing.Michigan won the game on a goal-line stand, so Jeter was probably in a good mood. Guy has a decent life.[The Big Lead]
HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s cannabis retailer has placed its first orders for recreational weed — 3.75 million grams worth.Bret Mitchell, president of the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, says 78 strains have been ordered from 14 vendors ahead of legalization on Oct. 17.“We have done our homework and believe the 78 strains we have ordered will provide customers with a varied product assortment,” Mitchell said in a statement. “We have carefully selected the strains and will adjust our inventory based on customer preference.”The NSLC said it expects to order about 15 million grams in the first year.The cannabis will be sold in clearly demarcated areas of 11 NSLC stores that also sell alcohol, while one downtown Halifax store will be the province’s lone pot-only retail outlet.It will be sold in five formats: flower, seeds, pre-rolls, oil and gel caps.The NSLC says it will carry 282 cannabis products and 21 accessories.“I’m extremely proud of our employees for their diligence in bringing this new product category to market in a responsible way. Our focus has always been, and will remain, on the responsible retailing of this new product category,” Mitchell said.
New Delhi: Delhi Capitals head coach Ricky Ponting is surprised that Rishabh Pant missed the bus to the World Cup in England and Wales, but adds it will be the perfect opportunity for the youngster to showcase his talent for DC in the Indian Premier League. “I had a quick chat with him on Monday night. He seems to have taken it well. Would obviously be disappointed but he has to remember he is very young and has potential to play three or four World Cups. “Should be a positive thing for DC as he can be the best player for Delhi. He won us one game single-handedly in Mumbai and am sure he will win more games. “I don’t know what went into selection criteria, not my business. I don’t think he is impatient. I think he sums up situations very well. I know he is a very talented and determined player. You might see a different player in the back half. I was surprised when he was left out. I thought he would be in the XI. He could have been the X-factor for India against some of the other teams,” he pointed. “Am sure they have good reasons to pick the squad they have. I will be surprised if he doesn’t play three more World Cups.” Having won three games on the trot outside home, Delhi returns to Kotla. And Ponting is confident of a good show against Mumbai Indians. “It shouldn’t be any more difficult than for Mumbai. We expect it to be slow and low. We are prepared. Thought it will play a bit better than last game. Hopefully we can play better. “We have to win the four games here. No team has qualified yet and we are the same. We need to do well. We have played 3 games, won one and lost two. Some of the other teams also have issues with their home grounds. You have to play well on a given day. We know what the conditions are going to be like. We are going to be hard to beat from here on,” he said.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday said it may consider releasing illegal foreigners detained in Assam detention centres’ provided they are available whenever required for legal proceedings. The top court said it may impose such conditions on the detenues to be released, that they can be traced and made available at the appropriate time before the court or the authorities concerned.
San Francisco: Joining the Competition Commission of India (CCI) and the European Union (EU), Italy’s antitrust authority has become the latest international regulatory body to launch an anti-competition investigation against Google. The probe was prompted after Italy-based energy company Enel Group complained that Google was not allowing the “Enel X Recharge” app to work with Android Auto — Google’s smart driving companion, The Verge reported on Friday. Usually, the search engine giant allows third-party developers to develop Android Auto-compatible versions of their apps, but only if they offer media or messaging services. Since “Enel X Recharge” is intended to help drivers find charging stations for electric cars, the app does not necessarily require a messaging feature. “Android Auto is designed with safety in mind, to minimise distractions and to ensure apps can be used safely when driving. We are reviewing the complaint and we look forward to working with the authority to resolve their concerns,” the repost quoted a Google spokesperson as saying. In India, earlier in May, the CCI ordered a probe into Google for alleged abuse of its popular Android OS to block rivals. The EU’s antitrust regulators in March fined Google 1.49 billion euros ($1.7 billion) for abusing its dominance in the online search market by blocking rivals.
Aleksandar Dragovic was featuring a lot in the starting eleven of Leicester earlier this season but then, Wes Morgan came back after an injury and the Austrian had to sit on the bench.The former Bayer Leverkusen player admitted that it was very difficult for him not to be playing for a long period of time but he is happy that he was given another chance to prove himself in the Premier League games.The Austria international spoke about this season as he said, according to Leicester Mercury:“I am happy to be back in the first team after a long time.”Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“I always give my best in training and I want to improve every day in training because Wes Morgan is always the perfect captain and a perfect player.”“I was happy the coach gave me the chance to play and we will see next week what happens.”“I got a kick and I was a little bit tired also.”“I got one-minute recovery, which was important, and I told Wes I was okay and he didn’t have to warm up. I was okay.”