Thieves target catalytic converters

first_imgCrime & Courts | InteriorThieves target catalytic convertersMarch 18, 2021 by Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks Share:An exhaust pipe cut to remove a catalytic converter. (courtesy Metropolitan Garage)Theft of catalytic converters from vehicles is on the rise across the country, including in the Fairbanks area. The exhaust system component contains precious metals that have spiked in value, and the units can be sold legally and illegally for as much as a thousand dollars.Audio Playerhttps://media.ktoo.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/031721-CatalyticTheftPkg.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Fairbanks based Alaska State Trooper Sergeant Brian Zeisel says catalytic converter theft is nothing new, but local incidents have markedly increased.“It started spiking here toward the end of this past summer,” Zeisel said. “It’s been over 35 cases, 35 to 40 cases at least, that we’ve seen, and that’s huge.”Zeisel says vehicles left parked for extended periods of time have been a common target.“We’ve had dealerships that have had converters stolen from their vehicles, government vehicles, we’ve had a church that had a couple of their vehicles — one of their vans,” Zeisel said. “And a lot of these vehicles, unfortunately that we’re having problems with, is that they’re not noticed until days or even weeks because some of these vehicles have been sitting there for a while. Maybe it’s because of Covid, I don’t know.”Fairbanks Police detective Andrew Adams says the city has seen a similar spike in catalytic converter thefts, a crime he says can be carried out quickly.“They come across a vehicle that they think they can get to, I think they’re taking that opportunity,” he said. “Just slide underneath a parked vehicle, generally using a battery-operated saw, they cut the 2 pipes leading into and out of the catalytic converter and perhaps a mounting bolt, and the catalytic converter drops right off. They can be in and out in 2 minutes.”Adams and Zeisel say thieves can sell catalytic converters to in-state and online Outside recyclers.“I’ve been told by a dealer that some of these actual converters, because of the type of precious metal that’s in them, you can get upwards of thousand dollars off them. I haven’t seen that since I’ve been doing this, but I’ve seen it upwards of like three hundred dollars,” Zeisel said.Steve and Rebecca Levy co-own Metropolitan Garage in Fairbanks. They say they’ve had a few vehicles hit in their own shop parking lot and are regularly replacing stolen catalytic converters for customers.“In the past it would happen occasionally,” Steve Levy said. “Now, it’s an everyday event.”Meanwhile, with no ID numbers, they are hard to track or recover. And vehicle owners are left with hefty repair bills.“If you buy an aftermarket catalytic converter that doesn’t work very well or doesn’t last very long, it can be a little over a thousand dollars,” Steve Levy said. “Most of the newer cars have requirements that make them cost closer to four-to-nine thousand dollars.”The Levys say some insurance covers replacement of stolen catalytic converters, and that the shop has developed some add-on anti-theft solutions.Other Fairbanks vehicle repair shops are also dealing with catalytic converter thefts. Mike Simard, who runs two local shops, says some vehicles are easy prey.“Something that’s lifted,” he said. “A lifted vehicle, a van, a truck — anything that’s higher off the ground.”Simard says low slung hybrids like the Toyota Prius are tougher targets, but their catalytic converters sell for more. He says stamping identification numbers into catalytic converters can help deter theft.“If you have a row of vehicles, of ten vehicles and you were to crawl under one and it has a VIN number stamped into the side of it, you’re likely to move on to the next one,” he said.And he also emphasizes basic awareness.“Keeping an eye on your surroundings, parking in well-lit areas, having cameras.”Simard says a surveillance camera helped catch a thief stealing a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked at his downtown Fairbanks shop. He points out that like any crime, catalytic converter theft stems in large part from broader societal problems that we can do more to address.Share this story:last_img read more

Is France U-turning on the most controversial part of TTIP?

first_img Is France U-turning on the most controversial part of TTIP? Show Comments ▼ whatsapp whatsapp France in the midst of an intense political battle over the future of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). The proposed free trade deal between the US and the EU has been dogged by controversy, especially over the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS).The ISDS is a mechanism that sets the ground rules for foreign companies investing in other countries. It allows an investor to bring a country’s government to international court if they have broken the rules of prior agreements. According to EurActiv, France’s secretariat general for European Affairs (SGAE) is at odds with secretary of state for foreign trade Mathias Fekl, who has been viscerally opposed to the inclusion of ISDS.In a letter addressed to French MPs, the SGAE said:Although France believes the inclusion of an ISDS mechanism with the United States is not necessary, the proposed resolution settles the question in too categorical a way. It would be preferable to approach this delicate subject more carefully, and avoid setting a precedent, as the legal standards of some states are not equal to those in the United States.The letter follows demands by the French Senate to exclude ISDS from the agreement. France’s upper house called for fundamental reform of the mechanism, agreeing on a non-binding text to change ISDS “in order to ensure the complete transparency of debates and disclosure of proceedings, the independence and impartiality of arbitrators, and the effective establishment of a system of appeal against decisions before an independent tribunal”.Trades Unions and environmental groups have attacked TTIP claiming the ISDS will be used to undermine the authority of national governments to regulate companies and protect public services. However, the EPICENTER think tanks has argued that ISDS protects European and US companies from arbitrary government power:There is nothing in ISDS that prevents governments from regulating, even when such actions severely damage the interests of foreign investors, as in expropriations or the banning of certain commercial activities. center_img Share Friday 27 February 2015 7:44 am Jeff Misenti Tags: NULLlast_img read more

Dealmaking hopes snap five-day losing streak for the FTSE – London Report

first_img Tags: Company FTSE 100 whatsapp Share Dealmaking hopes snap five-day losing streak for the FTSE – London Report HOPES for corporate deal-making and robust corporate results offset market turmoil in China and worries about emerging-market growth yesterday.The FTSE 100 index closed up 0.8 percent at 6,555.28 points, while the pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index rose one per cent. RSA Insurance soared 18 per cent on news Zurich Insurance was considering a takeover bid. Hikma Pharmaceuticals was also up, more than seven per cent, after announcing a deal to buy Boehringer Ingelheim’s US generic drugs business for about $2.65bn (£1.7bn) in cash and stock.Among other top gainers, GKN added more than seven per cent. The engineering company said it had agreed to acquire Netherlands-based Fokker Technologies for €706m (£500m), including debt, to strengthen its position as a supplier to aeroplane manufacturers.On the downside, Royal Mail fell more than three per cent after regulator Ofcom said the group had breached competition law by proposing wholesale prices designed to be more expensive for any company looking to run a rival mail delivery service. Show Comments ▼ whatsapp More From Our Partners Russell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgUK teen died on school trip after teachers allegedly refused her pleasnypost.comInstitutional Investors Turn To Options to Bet Against AMCvaluewalk.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgWhite House Again Downplays Fourth Possible Coronvirus Checkvaluewalk.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.org‘Neighbor from hell’ faces new charges after scaring off home buyersnypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.org Express KCS Tuesday 28 July 2015 8:15 pmlast_img read more

News / Is HMM ready to go it alone between Asia and North Europe?

first_imgBy Mike Wackett 21/02/2018 A spokesperson for Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) has told The Loadstar that the carrier is “still reviewing” the launch of its new Asia – North Europe (AEX) express service slated to start in early April.One industry contact said today he thought that the South Korean carrier had “little option” other than to try to deploy its own tonnage on the route as it would be increasingly finding that its limited operational control as a slot charterer was putting it at a commercial disadvantage.“It will be seen as a positive statement of intent to its loyal Korean customer base,” he said.Meanwhile, Alphaliner has published details of HMM’s new loop which will operate outside of its ‘strategic cooperation agreement’ slot charter with the 2M alliance partners Maersk Line and MSC.The consultant said that the new AEX service will turn in 10 weeks and deploy 10 classic panamax vessels of 4,700 teu.It said that the first sailing of the AEX is scheduled from Busan on 7 April and would call at Shanghai, Ningbo, Kaohsiung, Yantian, Singapore, Colombo, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Felixstowe, Singapore, Hong Kong and then back to Busan.However, HMM said that it had yet to finalise the ports of call for the service.Commenting on the launch of the new AEX service by HMM, Neil Dekker, consultant at ClipperMaritime, said: “Running the service with small vessels puts the carriers at a cost disadvantage, but HMM’s plan will be to fill the ships to a maximum 100% load factor.”Mr Dekker continued: “Headhaul volumes have been strong in the run up to the Chinese new year, but it is unknown how quickly they will recover by the time HMM launches the AEX string.”He noted that there was “the possibility of short-term rate volatility” from the launch of any new service but opined that the addition of a small loop to the Asia – North Europe trade was “unlikely to cause major damage to the overall supply / demand balance”.last_img read more

2019 Remembered: 16 much-loved Portlaoise businesses who are no longer with us

first_img By LaoisToday Reporter – 26th December 2019 And we’ve compiled a list of them below.Thanks to portlaoisepictures.com for the use of some of the pictures:Laois Education SuppliesJohn McNamee among his beloved book shelves.Picture: Alf HarveyHRPhoto.ieOwned by the late John McNamee, Laois Education Supplies was Portlaoise’s main shop for books and stationary for many years.Later, the shop moved to Coliseum Lane to what it is now, a thriving three-story Eason bookshop. Laois Education Supplies is now the Social Welfare Office.Jim’s Country KitchenThe late Jim TynanThis restaurant was owned by Jim Tynan who sadly passed away in 2013. Located in Chruch Street, lunch time was always extremely busy as punters came to enjoy the delicious homemade food.Went on to become an Italian Restaurant and is now home to the Bay Tree Restaurant.The Old CinemaThis was located where Xtra-vision used to be. The first film shown in ‘the Col’ (September 18, 1936) was Captain Blood starring the swashbuckling Errol Flynn. In the early 1970’s, the cinema was rebranded as the Coliseum Film Theatre.In 1985, the cinema was destroyed by fire – in March, 1987, Circuit Court judge Kevin O’Higgins ruled that the fire was malicious – and reopened two years later as Coliseum Twin Cinema.It finally closed its doors on Thursday November 30, 2000.Xtra-visionClosed down in recent years, Xtra-vision was an extremely popular video-rental shop.Before the times of Netflix, illegal streaming sites or Sky On Demand, this was really the only way you could see a movie if you missed it in the cinema. It also rented Playstation and Xbox video games.Kelton BakeryOwned by popular politician the late Joe Dunne, who was affectionately known as ‘the Bun’. In 1999, for instance, he was elected to both the Town Commission and Laois County Council on the first count. On June 16th 2000, in his capacity as Chairman of the Council, he officially opened the People’s Park down the New Road.Located in Lyster Square, it sold sweet and savory food. You could sit down in it too and enjoy some of the beautiful cakes.Graham’s Toy StoreIn December 2016, the popular Graham’s Toymaster in Portlaoise closed its doors for the final time. The store was owned and run by Richard Graham until he sadly passed away in September 2016.A former psychiatric nurse, Richard was one of the first businessmen to open in Lyster Square in the late 1970s. A member of Portlaoise GAA, Richard was also a Fine Gael Town Councillor in the 1990s.The Sports ShopBefore we had Elverys, Heaton’s Sportsworld and Lifestyle Sports, Portlaoise had the Sports Shop.Right beside the aforementioned Graham’s, it had everything. Football boots, swimwear, the lot. Every young lad and girl of a sporting persuasions dream.CentrePoint Shopping CentreOnce a hive of activity, CentrePoint Shopping Centre is now completely vacant.It once had Shaws, Gings, a supermarket, a furniture shop, a hairdresser and a restaurant as well as a service station. One of the first shopping centres to come to Portlaoise.The Bird’s NestA boutique located on Church Street. Sold all the up-to-date clothes and latest fashion for the ladies of the 1980s.Was originally located between where Elaine Dunne Solicitors and Erre Esse are today.The County HotelIn its day, The County Hotel in Portlaoise had a bar and lounge that would always be packed to the brim. They would routinely have dances and bands would play live music at the weekends.Sadly closed down and was set on fire in June 2015. It was purchased by Laois County Council in 2017.Portlaoise ArmsThe Portlaoise Arms closed for business in 2008 and, despite subsequent and protracted, reconstruction, the building still remains vacant. However, that is set to change as plans have been submitted to transform it into a restaurant.A lively spot for young people, it was a regular watering-hole for GAA supporters before they made the trek up to O’Moore Park.Bradbury’s This was a confectionery shop. But it also did a lunchtime trade and sold sandwiches and soup as well.Located on Main Street near where Property Pwroperly and Ryan’s Pub are now, this was a very popular spot.Fortune’sThis shop dates back to the early 1900s. Wexford natives Nicholas Fortune and his wife Ellen opened their draper’s shop here.Nominally a stationer’s, Fortune’s became what you might accurately describe as an emporium of the sacred and profane, selling everything from newspapers, comics, sweets and cigarettes. The premise is now occupied by iRepair Shop, a specialist phone/laptop repair service.Paul Delany’sA bit like Fortune’s above, Paul Delany’s was a Newsagents who sold everything.Many middle-aged adults will remember going in there on their way home from school to buy sweets. Located near where Star Tatoo is today.Mad MannequinJust down from Delany’s was a boutique clothes shop known as the Mad Mannequin.Its name certainly caught the eye and it specialised in high quality clothes for women.Kearns & Cuddy Menswear Kearns & CuddyA shop which dressed many men in Laois for debs, graduations, weddings and dinner dances.Just closed its doors recently and has been replaced by a clothes shop called Vera. Home We Are Laois 2019 Remembered: 16 much-loved Portlaoise businesses who are no longer with us We Are Laois Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Twitter Pinterest 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp 2019 Remembered: 16 much-loved Portlaoise businesses who are no longer with us GAA Facebook GAA TAGS2019 Remembered Previous articleIntroducing the 2019 LaoisToday Minor hurling Team of the YearNext article2019 Remembered: Managers and team names announced for Laois GAA Divisional Competition LaoisToday Reporter Well known Portlaoise businesses Who remembers some of these?In December 2016, the popular Graham’s Toymaster in Portlaoise closed its doors for the final time. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The store was owned and run by Richard Graham until he sadly passed away in September 2016.But what that story got us thinking about was the many other popular businesses that are no longer with us. Facebook GAA Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results WhatsApplast_img read more

Liberty Reserve ran US$6 billion money-laundering scheme, say U.S. prosecutors

James Langton Related news Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords Money laundering FINTRAC fines money services firm Additionally, five domain names were seized; 45 bank accounts were frozen or seized; and a civil action was filed against 35 exchanger websites seeking the forfeiture of their domain names. The investigation and takedown involved law enforcement action in 17 countries, including Canada, Costa Rica, the Netherlands, Spain, Morocco, Sweden, Switzerland, Cyprus, Australia, China, Norway, Latvia, Luxembourg, the UK, Russia, and the U.S. None of the allegations have been proven. “As alleged, the only liberty that Liberty Reserve gave many of its users was the freedom to commit crimes – the coin of its realm was anonymity, and it became a popular hub for fraudsters, hackers, and traffickers,” said Manhattan U.S. attorney, Preet Bharara. “The global enforcement action we announce today is an important step towards reining in the ‘Wild West’ of illicit Internet banking. As crime goes increasingly global, the long arm of the law has to get even longer, and in this case, it encircled the earth.” At the same time as the criminal charges were brought, the U.S. Department of the Treasury designated Liberty Reserve “a financial institution of primary money laundering concern”, alleging that its virtual currency “is specifically designed and frequently used to facilitate money laundering in cyber space.” “Liberty Reserve is widely used by criminals worldwide to store, transfer, and launder the proceeds of a variety of illicit activities,” the Treasury said, alleging that its virtual currency “has become a preferred method of payment on websites dedicated to the promotion and facilitation of illicit web based activity, including identity fraud, credit card theft, online scams, and dissemination of computer malware.” Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network also issued a notice of proposed rulemaking that, if adopted as a final rule, would prohibit covered U.S. financial institutions from opening or maintaining correspondent, or payable-through accounts, for foreign banks that are being used to process transactions involving Liberty Reserve. It also proposes to require covered financial institutions to apply special due diligence to their correspondent accounts maintained on behalf of foreign banks to guard against any transactions involving Liberty Reserve. If adopted, these measures would effectively cut off Liberty Reserve from the U.S. financial system, it says. B.C.’s anti-money laundering effort flawed: C.D. Howe Facebook LinkedIn Twitter OSFI reviewing its anti-money laundering rules U.S. authorities are accusing virtual currency firm, Liberty Reserve S.A., of being a billion-dollar money laundering conduit. On Tuesday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York unsealed an indictment charging Costa Rica-based Liberty Reserve and seven of its principals – Arthur Budovsky, Vladimir Kats, Azzedine El Amine, Mark Marmilev, Maxim Chukharev, Ahmed Yassine Abdelghani, and Allan Esteban Hidalgo Jimenez – in Manhattan federal court for their roles in running an alleged US$6 billion money laundering scheme and operating an unlicensed money transmitting business. Five of the defendants have been arrested in the U.S, Spain, and Costa Rica; two others are being sought. read more

IFIC Conference: New regulator will boost economy, Sousa says

Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Related news IFIC Conference: Tough Aussie regulations spark advisor exodus, hope for renewal Facebook LinkedIn Twitter IFIC Conference: Gowland on consolidation, CRM 2 and access to advice First announced in September of this year, the co-operative securities regulator is the result of an agreement made between Ontario, British Columbia and the federal government. (See Investment Executive, Regulation: Stuck in neutral?, Mid-October, 2013). With Ontario and B.C. on board, Sousa said roughly two-thirds of the Canadian securities industry will be working under the new partnership. In addition to giving the economy a boost, Sousa said the agreement will help make Canada more competitive globally, decrease costs, improve efficiencies and attract more investment in the country. The new regulator will be headquartered in Toronto but regional offices will also be set up, said Sousa, to ensure each jurisdiction has a voice. Moving forward, the remaining provinces and territories should sign on with the new co-operative regulator, said Sousa. Even with only two provinces onboard so far, the newly created co-operative securities regulator will have many benefits for the entire Canadian economy, according to Ontario finance minister Charles Sousa. The new regulator brings “transformational change,” said Sousa at the Investment Funds Institute of Canada’s (IFIC) annual conference in Toronto on Wednesday, and will help to strengthen Canada’s regulatory reputation and the national economy. IFIC Conference: Look to Asia, Latin America for growth Fiona Collie Keywords National securities regulator IFIC Conference: Regulators advised to take their time in studying fund fee changes read more

Man found dead in Strabane river was from Lurgan

first_img Donegal hoteliers enjoy morale boost as bookings increase Emergency services at the scene on Strabane Golf Course after the mans body was recoveredA man who died while fishing in Co Tryone yesterday was from Lurgan.Noel McStay, who is in his 60s, lived between Lurgan and Aghagallon.He was fishing for salmon in the River Mourne near the 9th and 10th holes at Strabane Golf Course, which is a popular angling spot.Flood response teams from Derry recovered the body at 6:30pm yesterday evening.His body was discovered by another angler shortly before 6pm.A nurse who happened to be playing golf at the time was one of the first on the scene however the man had already passed away.Local Cllr Joe Nelson says the local area have been left devastated:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/jnel.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Homepage BannerNews Disruption to cancer service will increase mortality – Oncologist By admin – April 8, 2015 Google+ Facebook Man found dead in Strabane river was from Lurgan Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Pinterestcenter_img 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe Today is the 30th anniversary of Eddie Fullerton’s murder RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Facebook Hospitalisations rise as Donnelly suggests masks will stay ’til autumn Twitter Previous articleRory can handle Augusta NationalNext articleIndustrial action looms at Donegal Women’s Domestic Violence Service admin WhatsApp Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Cladylast_img read more

Kerrykeel man jailed for five years for endangering the life of a garda

first_img By News Highland – April 25, 2013 Kerrykeel man jailed for five years for endangering the life of a garda Donegal hoteliers enjoy morale boost as bookings increase Facebook 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe Twitter Hospitalisations rise as Donnelly suggests masks will stay ’til autumn WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter A 23-year-old man from Kerrykeel has been jailed for five years and disqualified from driving for life for endangering the life of a garda and dangerous driving.RTE reports that Cathal Dunleavy of Glenvar pleaded guilty to 16 charges at Letterkenny District Court.The charges arose out of an incident on 18 October last year, when Dunleavy refused to stop for gardaí. Google+center_img WhatsApp Previous articleHighland Radio remains Ireland’s No1 local radio stationNext articleMc Conalogue hits out at government silence on the A5 News Highland News Facebook Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady Google+ Disruption to cancer service will increase mortality – Oncologist Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Today is the 30th anniversary of Eddie Fullerton’s murder last_img read more

Youth movement at Canisteo-Greenwood

first_img Print This Post Share on Facebook Lily Mullen makes a move to the basket during a 65-16 first round sectional win versus Holley. (Photo provided)By BILL COLLMERCANISTEO — There’s a youth movement taking place with the girls’ basketball program at Canisteo-Greenwood that has locals excited about the future.This past season Canisteo-Greenwood won their first 14 games before suffering a setback at the hands of sectional finalist Fillmore in the Dan Barkley Showcase at Alfred-State College. In the Steuben County League Tournament the Redskins lost two games by a combined four points. Their season came to end at the hands of Letchworth in the second round of  sectionals to finish the season 18-4, with a starting lineup featuring one senior, one junior a freshman and two eighth graders. Their first player off the bench was also an eighth grader.Canisteo-Greenwood’s leading scorer this past season was eighth grader Lily Mullen. As a seventh grader, Mullen totaled 235 points, averaging 10.6 points per game, and showed flashes of what was to come. She followed that  scoring 427 points this past season and led the Steuben County League in scoring averaging 19.4 points per game.The eighth grader finished 13th overall in section five in scoring. She went 55-for-92 from the free throw line, made 46 3-pointers, dished out 60 assists, grabbed 82 rebounds and swiped 62 steals.Mullen scored a career-high 35 points on 15-for-22 shooting vs Cuba-Rushford on January 4th. She scored 33 points while making six 3-pointers vs Arkport-Canaseraga on January 23rd, she also had 30 points vs Cuba-Rushford on December 20th. She was named a Steuben County first team All-Star and was named fifth team All-State by the New York State Sportswriters Association.Eighth grader Elaine Roach was also in the starting lineup for the Redskins and scored 43 points, dished out 18 assists, grabbed 82 rebounds and swiped 23 steals in her first varsity season.Eighth grader Peyton Peters was the first player off the bench and scored 26 points, with 13 assists, 61 rebounds and eight steals.Towering six-foot freshman center Brooke Burd scored 103 points, (4.6 PPG) and grabbed 220 rebounds averaging 10 boards per game while starting all 22 games for the Lady Redskins.Savannah Ambuski will be the senior leader next season. She finished her junior campaign with 290 points, 69 assists, 90 rebounds & 44 steals. She was the team’s second leading scorer averaging 13.1 points per game and was named a Steuben County first team as well as honorable mention All-State.Ambuski plays AAU Basketball with the Southern Tier Lady Hornets. Mullen, Roach, Peters & Burd all play AAU Basketball with the Finger Lakes Fury. Follow on Facebook Connect on Linked in Add to Google+ Subscribe by Email Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Youth movement at Canisteo-Greenwood added by admin on May 21, 2020View all posts by admin →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentAirPhysioThis All-Natural “Lung Cleaning” Device Helps Anyone Breathe EasierAirPhysioTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat InsuranceBabbelStart Speaking a Language in 3 Weeks – All You Need Is Your PhoneBabbelby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters One Response to “Youth movement at Canisteo-Greenwood” Youth movement at Canisteo-Greenwood This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. By admin on May 21, 20201 Comment last_img read more