The announcement by the Swiss follows Ireland, McQuaid’s home federation, also refusing to support him and has led McQuaid’s opponent for the presidency, Britain’s Brian Cookson, to question whether the election should be allowed to go ahead. McQuaid said however that he will push ahead with nominations from Thailand and Morocco – which need to be validated by the UCI Congress in Florence next month. International Cycling Union (UCI) president Pat McQuaid has insisted he will fight to the bitter end to keep his position despite suffering the embarrassment of the Swiss federation withdrawing their nomination. “I would remind Brian Cookson and his campaign supporters that the UCI Congress will ultimately decide who should lead the UCI for the next four years,” said added. “Federations all over the world want me to stand for re-election. I am standing as a candidate for re-election. That is not going to change. “I am calling on Brian Cookson and his campaign supporters to accept that and to put an end to their concerted attempts to refuse the Congress a choice between two candidates.” McQuaid claimed the decision of Swiss Cycling was due to the federation facing possible bankruptcy. He added: “This was apparently a snap decision in the face of mounting pressure from the company who financed the challenge to my Swiss nomination and whose actions threatened to condemn the Swiss Cycling Federation to financial ruin had it proceeded to an arbitration hearing and lost.” Both McQuaid and Cookson have emphasised their readiness to take the increasingly hostile battle to a vote, but the Briton again questioned the validity of the process. Cookson, president of British Cycling since 1996, said in a statement: “The important principle in any democracy is that you must respect the rules as they are, not how you’d like them to be. “My hope remains that we have a democratic process based on the rules of the race when it started rather than those made up half way through.” Cookson was making reference to the proposed amendment of article 51.1 of the UCI constitution, which states that “the candidates for the presidency shall be nominated by the federation of the candidate”. In McQuaid’s case Ireland. The suggested new wording reads that candidates should be nominated by their federation, or “two federations other than the federation of the candidate”, which McQuaid has received, from the Thai and Moroccan federations. The UCI yesterday announced the legal opinion of Baker & McKenzie that the proposed constitutional amendment was valid and will be incorporated in next month’s election. The change, coming during a presidential tussle, is certain to be challenged, particularly as evidence has come to light – seen by Press Association Sport – which shows the UCI insisting nominations must be received in writing by June 29; the Thai and Moroccan nominations were made by email. Opponents of McQuaid celebrated Swiss Cycling’s decision, but there is some way to go in their quest to remove the Irishman from power. Skins owner Jaimie Fuller, who funded the Change Cycling Now pressure group, said in a statement: “Mr McQuaid should now accept that the writing is on the wall. “His latest stunt of attempting to introduce retrospective changes to the UCI constitution reflect a man who is both delusional and despotic; his arrogance knows no bounds.” Press Association
Early in the innings, former England batsman Ed Joyce incredibly survived a delivery striking his off stump, when the bails bounced and shuffled but landed immaculately back in place in their groove. Left-hander Joyce was 16 not out and went on to make 37, crucial runs come the end of the game for Ireland as they made it two wins from two matches so far. Wilson said of his runs: “I was delighted. I hadn’t had too many coming into the game so it was nice to come back and make a good contribution. “I was confident. I told myself it was my day and luckily enough it worked out. “I’ve batted a lot with Kev over the years at county and international level and we dovetailed quite well together, it was great to have a partner like that.” He added on Sky Sports World Cup: “It was a little bit closer than we would have liked, but all we can ask for is that we came through at this stage of the tournament so we’re pretty pleased. “We’re ‘two from two’ and that’s all we can ask for.” Wilson had made just a single against the West Indies nine days ago, but the Surrey batsman was back in prime form as he collected his runs from just 69 balls, stepping up the pace late in the innings. Ireland were bailed out by a giant slice of fortune and big innings from Gary Wilson and Kevin O’Brien as they beat the United Arab Emirates in a thriller at the Gabba. After their stunning opening win over the West Indies in Pool B at the World Cup, Ireland looked to be deep in trouble this time against supposedly inferior opposition. But 80 from man of the match Wilson and a spectacular 25-ball innings of exactly 50 from the destructive O’Brien spurred Ireland to a two-wicket victory, reaching their target of 279 with four balls to spare. He was eventually caught out in the 48th over, held well by Amjad Javed at gully off Mohammad Naveed. The same combination accounted for O’Brien immediately after Ireland’s number seven brought up his half-century with two sixes in three balls. Amjad was the bowler who had seen the ball clattered over the ropes, but had his revenge by having O’Brien caught by Naveed at cover. Ireland had earlier lost Paul Sterling in just the second over and were plunged into deep trouble when Joyce, captain Will Porterfield and Niall O’Brien joined him in the dressing room. Joyce, on his second life, snicked a drive through to wicketkeeper Swapnil Patil, while Porterfield and Niall O’Brien both swept and missed to costly effect against off-spinner Mohammad Tauqir. From 97 for four, and behind on the run rate, Ireland were second favourites, but Andy Balbirnie, who made a handy 30, and Wilson began the rebuilding job. Kevin O’Brien set about savaging the UAE attack once he reached the crease, with 11.2 overs remaining and Ireland 108 runs short, batting in the vogue that brought him a 50-ball century against England in a winning cause at the 2011 World Cup. The work was incomplete when the key protagonists departed, but Alex Cusack and George Dockrell, who punched away the winning runs, scrambled the team over the winning line. Ireland’s dramatic revival meant the excellent century from UAE number six Shaiman Anwar, who plundered an aggressive 106 from 83 balls in a team total of 278 for nine, went unrewarded. The biggest test yet for Ireland comes next, on March 3, when they tackle South Africa in Canberra. There was a sting in the tail for Kevin O’Brien, who was fined 30 per cent of his match fee after admitting a Level 1 offence under the International Cricket Council’s code of conduct – “showing dissent at an umpire’s decision during an international match”. O’Brien bowled a wide in the 48th over of the UAE innings, and then continued to question the umpire’s decision. Press Association
Source: BBC Sports Tyson Fury’s rematch with WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder will take place in Las Vegas on 22 February, both fighters have confirmed.Briton Fury, 31, drew with undefeated American Wilder, 34, in December 2018.Wilder, whose WBC belt will be on the line when they meet at the MGM Grand, tweeted “there will be no more unanswered questions” and “I will finish what I started”.Fury told fans on Instagram to “watch me knock out Deontay Wilder”.Wilder said as long ago as June that an agreement had been signed for a rematch, but that it would take place after his fight with Cuba’s Luis Ortiz, who he went on to defeat at the MGM Grand in November.Fury survived two knockdowns by the American to earn a draw when they last met, in Los Angeles.The Briton defeated Germany’s Tom Schwarz in June, but suffered a cut eye in beating Sweden’s Otto Wallin in September, which led to concerns a rematch with Wilder could be delayed.Fury has said he would “love” to take up an offer to spar before the fight with fellow Briton Anthony Joshua, who holds the other three world heavyweight belts – the IBF, WBO and WBA titles.Joshua made the offer because he felt Fury would be more likely than Wilder to agree to meet him for a unification bout if he won the WBC belt.No fighter has ever held all four major world titles in the heavyweight division.
The inaugural edition of the Africa Zone V golf championship that was supposed to be held in Nairobi this month has been pushed back to October.News of the postponement has been confirmed by the Tanzania Golf Union’s vice-chairman Joseph Tango.Tango said the ground for the postponement is based on the fact that some of the national teams within the Zone V block were interested to compete in the Africa Zone VI. The Zone VI championship that was supposed to be held this month has teams from southern African region including South Africa, Namibia, Zambia to name only a few.Teams forming the new continental block are Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Sudan and South Sudan.Tango said TGU is still planning to prepare its team to feature in the Ryder Cup-formatted tournament for amateur players.The formation of Africa Zone V has automatically killed the East Africa Challenge Golf Trophy that was being competed by five teams of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi since 1999. Kenya was a dominant nation among the above named five in the Challenge Trophy inaugurated in 1999 and played at the Dar es Salaam Gymkhana Club with Kenya beating the host nation by a half point under captaincy of the late Peter Githua.
Athletes across multiple sports reacted Sunday to the news that Antonio Brown will be traded from the Steelers to the Raiders and receive $30 million in guaranteed money in a new three-year contract.One of the first reactions was from Brown’s soon-to-be new quarterback, Derek Carr: Yessir AB!!!! @ we on now 🤷🏽♂️ @AB84 https://t.co/wT4t19Waq7— Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) March 10, 2019.@dame_lillard, your tweets paid off 😂😂(cc: @AB84 @raiders) pic.twitter.com/i7CJDSQZiT— Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) March 10, 2019Nets forward Jared Dudley lauded Brown’s successful Pittsburgh exit strategy and the fact Brown went from zero to 30 (million) in guaranteed money under his new deal:AB just change the way Star Players get leverage in the NFL!!!! Basically pick his team and got all his guarantee money! Salute to @AB84 https://t.co/KyAnbJOlpk— Jared Dudley (@JaredDudley619) March 10, 2019The Timberwolves’ Twitter account, meanwhile, resumed its exchange with Brown:don’t go jumping that @warriors bandwagon now, AB— Timberwolves (@Timberwolves) March 10, 2019Brown responded:I love you https://t.co/IeAhjIxiB0— Antonio Brown (@AB84) March 10, 2019 Boomin!!! https://t.co/q3THUgPe2G— Derek Carr (@derekcarrqb) March 10, 2019Raiders defensive lineman PJ Hall seemed stunned by the news:Hold up!! 👀😎 https://t.co/NaIkLqbGEQ— PJ Hall (@Pjjwatt) March 10, 2019Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas was impressed:Run it up! *dolph voice* @AB84 https://t.co/Cyg7opiHhB— Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) March 10, 2019BENDER: Brown can avoid TO-like end to his career The NBA world had some thoughts, too.Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard, who was born and raised in Oakland, is thrilled that AB84 is on his way to Oaktown:
The 76ers managed to come away with a victory Thursday despite not having one of their best players.Philadelphia took home a 131-115 win over the Nets in Game 3 of their opening round playoff series at the Barclays Center. The team was without Joel Embiid, who missed the matchup as he continues to deal with knee soreness. “It is becoming better slowly but surely,” Embiid said before the game, via ESPN. “We just have to be smart about how we handle it every single day. But I’m sure these guys won’t let me get on the court if there’s a chance of something bad happening. So, I just got to trust the process.“Some days you got your days, and some other days are different. So, even in the games that I play, I just try to go out there and try to play for these guys, I try to help us win the series.”Philadelphia entered the third quarter leading by seven and pulled away in the final period to secure the victory. They now lead the series 2-1.Ben Simmons scored a game-high 31 points and dished out nine assists to lead Philadelphia to the win. D’Angelo Russell finished with 26 points for the Nets in the losing effort.Meanwhile, the Warriors dominated the Clippers from start to finish at the STAPLES Center.Golden State jumped out to an early lead, pushed its advantage to 21 by halftime and never looked back, cruising to an easy 132-105 road win.The Warriors connected on 54.8% of their shots from the field and knocked down 15 of their 35 3-point attempts.Kevin Durant was fantastic for Golden State as he finished with 38 points on 14-of-23 shooting. Stephen Curry battled foul trouble but still tallied 21 points.The Warriors took a 2-1 advantage in the series with the victory. They led by as many as 31 points in Game 2 but collapsed as the Clippers rallied for a win. Golden State did not make the same mistake Thursday.Elsewhere, the seventh-seeded Spurs grabbed a 2-1 lead in their series against the Nuggets with a home win.The teams battled through the first three quarters before the Spurts took command in the final period en route to the 118-108 victory.Six Spurs players reached double figures, led by a career-high 36 points from guard Derrick White.Studs of the nightTobias Harris tallied 29 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in the 76ers’ win. He also knocked down all six of his 3-point attempts.Philadelphia center Boban Marjanovic came off the bench and registered a surprising 14 points, along with eight rebounds, against the Nets.Duds of then nightJoe Harris was 2 of 7 shooting and finished with a minus-27 in the Nets’ loss.Nuggets wing Gary Harris knocked down just four of his 13 shots and was a minus-27 in the loss to the Spurs.Clippers wing Danilo Gallinari was 2-of-13 shooting and missed all eight of his 3-point attempts in his team’s loss to the Warriors.HighlightsSimmons with the huge fourth-quarter dunk.Simmons fakes the dribble hand-off and takes flight for the stuff! #NBAPlayoffs#PhilaUnite 123#WeGoHard 1103:03 to play on @NBAonTNT pic.twitter.com/5yHOHqYmAt— NBA (@NBA) April 19, 2019White with the steal and the slam. 🚨 Derrick White throws it down for 26 PTS in the 1st half! 🚨#GoSpursGo 61#MileHighBasketball 58#NBAPlayoffs on @NBATV pic.twitter.com/IJbKdcfFOn— NBA (@NBA) April 19, 2019Klay Thompson with the nice cut to the basket.Klay Thompson cuts backdoor for the STRONG FINISH! #NBAPlayoffs #StrengthInNumbers 60#ClipperNation 37📺: @NBAonTNT pic.twitter.com/RwXRsQBUlV— NBA (@NBA) April 19, 2019What’s nextTrail Blazers at Thunder — Portland has dominated the Thunder so far and enters play Friday with a 2-0 lead. Oklahoma City, on the other hand, has struggled to find its rhythm through the first two games. The Trail Blazers will have a chance to essentially wrap up the series at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersOK, so this is fun for all, but let’s get real: Lonzo is not Magic.Let’s start with his size, listed as 6-6 but measured at 6-3 1/2 in stocking feet by USA Basketball in 2014. If that’s still plenty tall, there’s Lonzo’s much-critiqued shooting stroke, releasing the ball from the left side of his head, although he made 41 percent while attempting 5.4 a game at UCLA — which compares favorably to Magic, who didn’t even have a jump shot and made only 30% of the 1.2 threes per game he tried in the NBA.On the other hand, it wasn’t so much a shooter’s game back then and Magic was one of the greatest of the all-time greats. (Personally, I’d rank him as tied for No. 2 with Larry Bird, behind No. 1 Michael Jordan, with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Bill Russell tied at No. 4 and Kobe Bryant and LeBron James tied for No. 6.)It’s a sound scouting principle to avoid comparing prospects, who all have questions they must answer at the next level, to all-time greats who surmounted all obstacles over the years.Aside from his game, Lonzo comes with the Stage Father from Hell, LaVar Ball, a former college player — however briefly, averaging 2.2 points in his one season at Washington State before transferring — who features himself a marketing genius but is more like Godzilla sitting in on a business meeting. At long last, the Lakers’ real opener.Forget Oct. 26, 2016, the night they upended Houston in the alleged season opener, winning Luke Walton’s debut in the first of their 26 victories. The real opener comes Tuesday, the night of the lottery, when they see if they keep their top pick … which would also mean holding onto their 2019 first-rounder, which is also likely to be in the lottery.Insiders like ESPN’s Chad Ford are speculating the Lakers would take UCLA’s Lonzo Ball. Indeed, Magic Johnson’s first move as new Lakers boss was to go to Pauley Pavilion to see Ball, a tall point guard who reminds more people than Magic of Magic.Said Lorenzo Romar, then the Washington Huskies coach, “The last time I saw something like this was Magic Johnson with the Lakers.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error LaVar’s demands for a $1 billion sneaker contract prompted Nike, Adidas and Under Armour to flee for the exits, leaving Lonzo without a sneaker contract.Suggesting the companies’ horror, Nike’s amiable George Raveling called LaVar “the worst thing that happened to basketball in 100 years.”Since Dr. James Naismith invented basketball at the Springfield, Mass., YMCA only 126 years ago, that would make LaVar perhaps the greatest menace the game has ever seen.At the very least, in a game that has known a lot of eccentrics, LaVar has put himself in the running for the greatest wacko. Never out of words, he replied to Raveling on Instagram, “If nothing like this ain’t happened in a hundred years, then guess what? We in a new lane, baby. That Big Baller Brand about to be your competition.”Big Baller is the company LaVar started to put out Lonzo’s shoe, the ZO2, since no one else would … at $495 a pair … the most expensive the game has ever seen.The reaction was incredulity or laughter.Matt Powell, a sports industry analyst, told the New York Times that LaVar might sell 10,000 pairs, which he described as a “rounding error” for Nike which sells 400 million annually, or did before the LaVar Era.Unfazed as usual, LaVar tweeted, “If you can’t afford ZO2s, you’re NOT a BIG BALLER!”Suggesting just how perilous it can be for one’s mental health to have a rising young star, LaVar told USA Today he could have beaten Michael Jordan, noting, “I would just back him in and lift him off the ground and call a foul every time he fouls me when I do a jump hook to the right or the left. He cannot stop me one-on-one. … He can only make so many shots outside before I make every bucket under the rim.”Hey, if the Lakers can’t get Lonzo, maybe they should take LaVar!NBA people have been telling LaVar to zip it up and let his son have the career for months, led, of course, by Charles Barkley. LaVar, being LaVar, noted Barkley hadn’t won a championship and “better stick to eating those doughnuts.”Replied Charles: “I said to myself I need to go back and Google this guy, because maybe I missed the Ball era when he was dominating and winning championships everywhere else.”Actually, there was something LaVar could have done to help his son — change his problematic stroke as Del Curry did when Steph was in high school, bringing the ball up from his waist as he had since he was a tyke.Happily for Lonzo, scouts have him down as a level-headed, unassuming young man or, in other words, nothing like his father. Asked about LaVar at the NBA combine, Magic said the father would have “no effect at all” on his son’s draft status.Whether that means Lonzo will be Magic’s Magic remains to be seen … starting with the lottery that will determine if the Lakers keep their 2017 and 2019 picks.Of course, it would have been ever so much better for the Lakers to tank in April instead of going on a five-game win streak, dropping their chances of drawing a top three pick they can keep from 55% as the second-worst team to 46% as third worst.Magic, who’s expected to pursue a trade for Indiana’s Paul George, joked about greeting him with an exaggerated smile if he ran into him to suggest his interest without tampering. Unfortunately for the Lakers, Magic, the new basketball boss, neglected to give one of those smiles to Walton.Who’s afraid of LaVar Ball? Not the Lakers, who are praying they get the chance to see if Lonzo’s the lucid one in the family.Mark Heisler has written an NBA column since 1991 and was honored with the Naismith Hall of Fame’s Curt Gowdy Award in 2006.
JimValentine1/6/15 Conway Springs City3 Council membersJanet Wiseley515 W ParallelConway Springs, KS 670311/16/15 USD353 Wellington School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Angie Ratcliff1321 Huron Ct.Wellington, KS 671521/15/15 USD359Â Â Argonia School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Brian Fitch112 N PlumArgonia, KS 6700412/23/14 Milan CityMayorBoyd L. Jones207 N AdamsMilan, Ks 671051/14/15 Joel D. Rouse630 E 10th Ave.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 South Haven, Ks 67140 Wellington City Clerk’s list: Mayfield, Ks 67103 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The following filing lists were sent Monday evening from both the Sumner County Clerk’s office and from Wellington City Clerk’s office. Please note: There is a difference between the two lists. Since council members and mayor candidates file at the City of Wellington office, some names have not been sent to the Sumner Clerk’s office yet.Interestingly, five people are running for the vacant spot for the Mayor of Wellington. Jackie Berryman has thrown her name in the ring for re-election while Janette Moser is seeking a four-year term as an at-large position candidate. If you have questions concerning the election filings, read the story below.The election deadline is noon, tomorrow.Sumner County Clerk’s list: Dist 2, Position 5 (unexpired term)Aaron Lange1074 N Conway Springs Rd.Conway Springs, KS 670311/8/15 Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 Unexpired PositionSteven NicholsonPO Box 161South Haven, KS 671401/16/15 JazzyPettegrew1/23/15 Dist 3, Position 3James F. Stambaugh411 S WashingtonBelle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 At-Large, Position 7Â Janette Moser923 W 7thWellington, KS 671521/26/15 Argonia City3 Council membersDouglas Boese604 N HighArgonia, KS 670041/16/15 5 Council members T. Bub Rothgeb618 N LineBelle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 Kelly L. Green215 South GWellington, Ks 671521/22/15 Dist 2, Position 2M. Shane Morrison1663 W 40th Ave NArgonia, KS 670041/9/15 USD356 Conway Springs School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Bill Dalbom11546 S 311th St. WConway Springs, KS 670311/7/15 Dist 3, Position 3Dorinda Neises1526 E 50th St. SOxford, KS 671191/12/15 Wellington, Ks 67152 Brian Mayfield420 N PacificOxford, Ks 671191/15/15 At-Large, Position 7Christy FellPO Box 616Belle Plaine, KS 670131/16/15 Mark S.Hatfield1/26/15 Jerry HillsPO Box 46Geuda Springs, Ks 670511/26/15 Richard BainPO BOX 525Oxford, Ks 671191/15/15 Tami D.Klinedinst1/26/15 Dist 2, Position 2Adonica Collingsworth402 N Sumner AveOxford, KS 671191/14/15 At-Large, Position 7Burke A. BringerPO Box 399Belle Plaine, KS 670131/16/15 Wellington, Ks 67152 At-Large, Position 7Brandon J. Pauly, DVM25800 W 119th St. SConway Springs, KS 670311/13/15 USD357Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Belle Plaine School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Stephanie Scott801 N Foulk Dr.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/5/15 Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 Wellington CityMayorKelly L. Green215 South GWellington, Ks 671521/22/15 2 Council membersRichard Penn1130 N BurrowsBelle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 MayorKelly L.Green1/22/15 Tami D. Klinedinst1316 N Poplar St.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 Mayfield CityMayor Robert T. Narron212 S WashingtonBelle Plaine, KS 670131/20/15 (3 positions)StantonPalmer1/23/15 Caldwell CityMayorBill SchwertfegerPO Box 8Caldwell, KS 670221/20/15 Monica Barton112 E 7th Ave.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/16/15 At-Large, Position 7Joseph Allen1253 W 40th Ave NArgonia, KS 670041/13/15 USD509Â Â Â Â Â Â South Haven School Board4 At-Large positionsLuke Theurer524 E 120th St. SSouth Haven, KS 671401/12/15 At-Large, Position 7Robyn Phillips Haxton1553 W 10th Ave.Argonia, KS 670041/26/15 Lonnie L. Patrick511 N Merchant St.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/15/15 Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 Jazzmyne “Jazzy” Pettegrew214 E Harvey Ave.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 Belle Plaine CityMayorRichard Penn1130 N BurrowsBelle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 At-Large, Position 7Justin Shepherd1741 E 80th St. SOxford, KS 671191/2/15 Dist 3, Position 3Robert White179 E 90th St. SWellington, KS 671521/9/15 Dist 3, Position 3Rodney E. Bell123 N Main St.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/12/15 Follow us on Twitter. Dist 2, Position 2Jackie Berryman623 Circle Dr.Wellington, KS 671521/26/15 5 Council membersPaula HillsPO Box 46Geuda Springs, Ks 670511/22/15 John AlanSaunders1/23/15 Shelley R.Hansel1/26/15 5 Council membersJune Williams302 N MonroeMilan, Ks 671051/26/15 Mayfield, Ks 67103 Oxford City3 Council membersTom LowryPO Box 417Oxford, Ks 671191/13/15 Mark S. Hatfield617 Circle Dr.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 5 Council members Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 2 Council membersDiana Locke403 S MainSouth Haven, Ks 671401/16/15 Hunnewell CityMayor At-LargeMark S.Hatfield1/26/15 Gage Overall624 W Ave ACaldwell, KS 670221/20/15 Dist 2, Position 2Eddie D. Allen114 N 6thConway Springs, KS 670311/7/15 Paul Mark Arnold203 S MarketCaldwell, KS 670221/20/15 Dist 2, Postion 2Ryan BainPO Box 1004Oxford, KS 671191/20/15 USD358Â Â Â Â Oxford School BoardDist. 1, Position 1 Council memberKelly L.Green1/22/15 Suzie Bacon1236 S West Rd.South Haven, KS 671401/26/15 3 Council membersJim Valentine1020 N WashingtonWellington, Ks 671521/6/15 USD360Â Caldwell School Board4 At-Large positionsWm. Brian Daily308 N MarketCaldwell, KS 6702212/11/14 KimWoodrow1/13/15 John Alan Saunders914 South JeffersonWellington, Ks 671521/26/15 Mark S. Hatfield617 Circle Dr.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 Stanton Palmer1213 South F St.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 South Haven, Ks 67140 Dist 3, Position 3Bruce Harrington965 W 60th Ave. NConway Springs, KS 670311/7/15 At-Large, Position 7Duane K. SmithPO Box 219Belle Plaine, KS 670131/26/15 South Haven, Ks 67140 Richard LowryPO Box 133Belle Plaine, KS 670131/26/15 Howard R. Yale117 S AdamsMilan, Ks 671051/26/15 Kim Woodrow815 N JeffersonWellington, Ks 671521/15/15 Clifton Risley105 S Osage St.Caldwell, KS 6702212/30/14 South Haven, Ks 67140 Dist 3, Position 3David Gaddie253 S Argonia Rd.Argonia, KS 670041/5/15 JurisdictionOffice/s OpenNameMailing AddrCity/St/ZipDate Filed Geuda Springs CityMayor South HavenCityMayorDonald MinorPO Box 221South Haven, Ks 671401/23/15 Dist 2, Position 2John Murray1043 E 100th Ave.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/21/15 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Like we need that type of person as our mayor or on the city council. People never cease to amaze me! And Shelley Hansel? Is it not a conflict of interest with her position with the chamber and running for Mayor? Report Reply 1 reply · active 286 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 289 weeks ago I’d rather write-in the Easter bunny than anyone that’s running for two offices. Report Reply 1 reply · active 289 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down wakeupwellington · 289 weeks ago Very pleased to read more people have filed to run for the Mayor position! Report Reply 1 reply · active 289 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down Kansas University · 289 weeks ago Tracy: How can the people establish term limits on these school board minutes? It is crazy they are likely to be serving for (20) years! Report Reply 0 replies · active 289 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down guest · 289 weeks ago Really Shelley H. all I have to say is “squirrel”. We need someone who can stay focused. Come on Wellington time to step up. Report Reply 0 replies · active 289 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down timeforchange · 289 weeks ago Happy to see Janette Moser’s name on this list! Somebody on the school board should have the kids best interests at heart. Report Reply 0 replies · active 289 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down Jackie Berryman · 289 weeks ago I agree with Kansas University, 20 years is too long, 16 years is too long. Why do you suppose more individuals had not signed up by 5 PM yesterday? I think it stinks that none of the school board candidates are opposed. Come on Wellington, I know there are many, many people out there who care about kids and that is really what it is about. Report Reply 0 replies · active 289 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down WHS MOM · 289 weeks ago I would encourage EVERYONE to get out and VOTE!! CHANGES NEED to be made!! and it needs to start at the top!! and I agree with Jackie Berryman and Kansas University…TERM LIMITS!!!! 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SIOUX CITY — Some Woodbury County citizens have filed petitions challenging the residency status of County Supervisor Jeremy Taylor.Petitioners accuse Taylor of moving into a Sioux City home that’s outside the district he was elected to represent, while listing another Sioux City home he owns that is in the district as his official address. Taylor says he’s done nothing wrong.“Nearly six months ago I made the situation known when asked by our county attorney and auditor and know that what I’ve done is legal and will stand,” Taylor says, “…I will look forward to a ruling on that.”A woman who has often run unsuccessfully for public office in Sioux City has filed a separate legal challenge of Taylor’s voter registration status, arguing he wasn’t a legal resident of the address he used to vote. Taylor is one of the Republicans running in the primary against Iowa Congressman Steve King.The county attorney has said he has a conflict of interest and the county has hired an outside attorney to provide legal advice during a hearing about Taylor’s voter registration. County officials will hold a separate hearing about the allegation Taylor does not live in the district he was elected to represent.