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Sixteen elected to the circuit bench, 14 races go to runoffs Sixteen elected to the circuit bench, 14 races go to runoffs October 1, 2002 Regular News Fourteen circuit judge races around Florida resulted in runoffs and 16 were decided in the state’s September 10 primary.The runoff races will be decided on the November 5 general election ballot.Those in runoffs are:• In the Sixth Circuit, Group 26, Linda Babb with 38.4 percent of the vote will face George H. Brown, who got 31.3 percent. Sarah Chaves received 30.3 percent.• In the Seventh Circuit, Group 24, Terry LaRue, who got 42 percent, will face Larry Nixon, who garnered 39.9 percent. Henry T. Swann III had 26.1 percent.• In the Eighth Circuit, Group 12, David A. Glant, with 41.7 percent, and Gil Schaffnit, with 31.6 percent, will be in the runoff. Terry Kann got 26.6 percent.• In the Ninth Circuit, Group 21, Alan Apte, with 44.2 percent, and Neal P. Pitts, with 29.2 percent, will face off in November. Ted Marrero received 26.6 percent. In Group 37, Jim Henson received 39.3 percent and Mark C. Bender got 36.6 percent to make the runoff. Norberto Katz received 24 percent.• In the 11th Circuit, Group 46, Sarah Zabel got 44.3 percent and will face Raul G. Ordonez, Jr., who got 27.4 percent. Xavier Cortada received 18.9 percent and Alexander O. Akpodiete got 9.5 percent of the vote.• In the 12th Circuit, Group 5, Charlie Roberts received 40.6 percent and will face Susan Chapman, who got 22.9 percent. Laurie Zimmerman got 20.9 percent and Adam Tebrugge received 15.6 percent. In Group 19, Preston DeVilbiss got 32.9 percent and will face Ed Nicholas, who got 26.9 percent. Diane Moreland received 24.3 percent and Cynthia Evers garnered 15.9 percent.• In the 13th Circuit, Group 30, Martha Cook led with 48.4 percent and will face Ken Whalen, who received 38 percent. Carlos A. Pazos received 23.6 percent. In Group 37, Monica L. Sierra got 45.3 percent and will be in the runoff with Woody Isom, who picked up 26 percent. Ray Brooks got 15.4 percent and Brad Souders got 13.3 percent.• In the 15th Circuit, Group 34, Karen M. Miller led with 47.2 percent and will face William J. McAffee, who received 27.1 percent. John P. Marinelli got 14.2 percent and Darren D. Shull got 11.6 percent.• In the 17th Circuit, Group 26, Alan Marks received 38.1 percent of the vote and will face John Bowman, who garnered 36.9 percent. Mariza de Guzman Cobb got 25 percent. In Group 41, Joyce Anne Maines-Julian received 33.7 percent and will face John J. Murphy III with 24.5 percent. Ronald M. Gunzburger got 21 percent and Michael E. Gilfarb got 20.7 percent. In Group 52, Michael G. Kaplan led with 46.1 percent and will face Perry Eugene Thurston, Jr., who got 30.8 percent. Andrew Salvage got 13.7 percent and Jack Tuter got 9.3 percent.circuit, races decided September 10 were:• In the Fourth Circuit, Group 5, W. Gregg McCaulie defeated John Joseph Cascone, 67.2 to 32.8 percent. In Group 13, David M. Gooding edged Dan Wilensky 52 to 48 percent.• In the Sixth Circuit, Group 8, Wayne L. Cobb bested Chris Yeazell 65.9 to 34.1 percent. In Group 25, John Renke defeated Declan Mansfield 52.6 to 47.4 percent. In Group 28, Jack R. St. Arnold led Robert (Bo) Michael 53.9 percent to 46.1 percent.• In the 11th Circuit, Group 1, Ivan Fernandez defeated Alan I. Michael 52.3 percent to 47.7 percent. In Group 4, Diane Ward defeated Alan L. Postman 55.8 to 44.2 percent.• In the 13th Circuit, Group 7, Kevin Carey overcame Walter Foster 63 to 37 percent.• In the 15th Circuit, Group 3, Bill Berger bested Bennett S. Cohn 63.2 to 36.8 percent. In Group 14, Diana Lewis defeated Martin H. Colin 62.3 to 37.7 percent.• In the 17th Circuit, Group 11, Michael J. Orlando edged Mila K. Schwartzreich 51.7 to 48.3 percent. In Group 29, David Krathen beat Nicholas (Nick) Lopane 58.6 to 41.4 percent. In Group 37, Andrew (Andy) Siegel overcame Hope Tieman Bristol 55.9 to 44.1 percent.• In the 19th Circuit, Group 11, Larry Schack defeated Roy T. Mildner 59.8 to 40.2 percent.
LocalNews Dominica wants UN to implement measures to mitigate effects of climate change by: – December 8, 2011 Share Share Tweet Sharing is caring! Dr Kenneth Darroux addressing the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Durban South Africa. Photo credit: facebookDominica has asked the United Nations (UN) for several initiatives to be implemented in an effort to mitigate climate change in the country.Environment Minister Dr. Kenneth Darroux, who made his presentation at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Durban South Africa, says several recommendations have been put forward in that regard.Darroux led a five man delegation to the conference which officially opened on Monday.“We spoke about the effects that climate change is having on various countries including Dominica. We are located in a hurricane path, where every year we are threatened by hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean. In recent times we have seen the intensification of the storm and we have seen a lot of flooding on the west coast, events that has never been heard of before in the history of Dominica. I also spoke about the amount of money that our government spent to take care of the damages caused by these unseasonal events,” he explained.He said the UN was also informed about how these events affect food security and other facets of development.Meantime Darroux says increases in mitigation ambition and a robust process to conduct long-term reviews are among achievements to derive from the Durban conference.Dominica Vibes News Share 104 Views no discussions
The 7th Grade Lady Bulldogs dropped a tough game on the road at South Ripley 27-10. Kaylin Hinners and Elena Kuisel led the Bulldogs with 4 points each and Rachel Lamping rounded out the scoring with 2 points. The Lady Bulldogs fall to 4-4 on the season and will be back in action Thursday night against South Dearborn at home. Come out and support the Bulldogs. Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Weiler.The 8th Grade Lady Bulldogs improved their seasonal record to 6 wins against 2 loses by defeating the South Ripley Lady Raiders last night by a score of 32-24. The Lady Bulldogs used a strong defensive fourth quarter to overcome a 3 point deficit to secure the victory. Offensively Ava Hanson lead the Lady Bulldogs with 12 points. Other scorers for the Lady Bulldogs were Makayla Granger with 10, Emma Weiler added 8 and Madelyn Pohlman chipped in 2. The Lady Raiders were lead by Katelyn Samples with 9 points. Other scorers for the Lady Raiders were Brionna Linkel with 7, Macy Parker added 4, and 2 points each from Mya McNew and Mackenzie Robinson. Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jack Smith.
Durant’s criticism of the media in early February came when he broke his silence over speculation that he would land with the Knicks, who traded young star Porzingis to the Mavericks on Feb. 1. His media silence coincided with the speculation that the Knicks will have the salary cap space this summer to sign multiple max-contract players, such as Durant.Kevin Durant speaks at #NBAAllStarMediaDay presented by AT&T! https://t.co/Y4mJYah6nl— NBA (@NBA) February 16, 2019Durant will make a big decision this offseason with many guessing he will end up leaving the Warriors. He has said in the past that he’s going to make his decision based on which team can give him the best offer. He touched on the possibility of leaving Golden State on Saturday, but didn’t reveal any new details. Not long after Kevin Durant slammed the media for asking questions regarding his pending free agency decision, the Warriors star opened up about some of the recent speculation surrounding him.However, he made it clear that he doesn’t want to talk about other teams’ transactions and rumors. “I play basketball for the Warriors and my main concern is to be the best basketball player I can be every day,” Durant told reporters Saturday during his All-Star media availability when asked again about the Kristaps Porzingis trade. “I have no concern over trade rumors or transactions from other teams throughout the season and that does not concern me at all. That has nothing to do with me.” Interestingly enough, though, he ended that comment with, “I’m glad Porzingis is in a better spot, for him, in Dallas. I’m looking forward to seeing him and Luka play together for years to come.” Related News NBA All-Star 2019: Stephen Curry reveals bet against brother Seth in 3-point contest When asked about people who think he’ll leave Warriors, the 10-time All-Star said, “That’s on them. I’ll figure it out once we get to that point.”Durant, 30, has won back-to-back NBA titles and Finals MVP awards with the Warriors. He is averaging 27.6 points and seven rebounds per game to help the Warriors, sitting at the top of the Western Conference, reach a 41-16 record.