Preston have signed Crystal Palace defender Paddy McCarthy on loan. “It was a needs-must situation, but Paddy was a player we have looked at for a number of weeks and months. “He has great experience, is a leader, knows the game inside out and we feel his experience will help us with his knowledge of the game.” McCarthy has made over 250 league appearances for Palace and former clubs Charlton and Leicester. “I’m delighted to be here,” McCarthy said. “When I heard there was interest I jumped at the chance to come up here and I’m excited for the challenge ahead.” The 32-year-old has agreed a 93-day emergency loan deal and goes straight into Simon Grayson’s squad for Saturday’s game at Sheffield Wednesday. Grayson told the club’s official website: “It was a position we have been looking at, as we felt we were a bit vulnerable in the centre of defence in terms of numbers, highlighted by the suspension of Bailey Wright and injury to Paul Huntington. Press Association
USC Kicks For Kids held its season finale at McCarthy Quad on Sunday to conclude its spring soccer season.For the kids · Participants surround Zade Shakir, the founder and president of Kicks for Kids, during Sunday’s event at McCarthy Quad. – Austin Vogel | Daily TrojanKicks For Kids is a service organization that promotes an active lifestyle among children with physical and developmental disabilities.The season finale of Kicks for Kids brought out hundreds of kids and volunteers. Representatives from the LA Galaxy professional soccer team also came to volunteer and play with participants. Maria Soto said her son Alex Soto is a big fan of the team and was excited by the chance to meet the players.“He really enjoys soccer and this, for him, is like heaven,” she said. “He wants to wear the Galaxy T-shirt he has every single day.”Soto’s son has been attending Kicks For Kids for nearly a year and looks forward to getting the chance to play soccer every weekend. She says the program has been a great outlet for Alex and wants to see the program continue to grow in the future.“I hope they can keep up with the program,” Soto said. “Not only for my son, but other kids as well. They see my son doing it, and they want to come too. It’s good because they’re kids who haven’t been able to play soccer before.”USC senior Zade Shakir, founder and president of Kicks for Kids, found the inspiration to start Kicks For Kids when he was volunteering at Spirits in Action last year. While volunteering, he met an autistic boy named Eric who wasn’t able to participate in mainstream athletic programs because of his disability. Shakir set out to create a program that would give all children the same opportunities.“As much as these kids love to play soccer, they don’t really have a place to play,” Shakir said. “That really bothered me. As a kid, I was an avid soccer player, and it was a big part of my life. It was where I made all of my friends and had all of my fun as a child.”Aside from providing special needs kids with a place to play sports, Shakir also wanted to provide a healthy lifestyle. Kicks For Kids provides healthy snacks and encourages its participants to be more active in their daily lives.“I wanted to provide a place where kids like Eric could come and play without fear of being bullied or feeling left out,” Shakir said. “It had to be free for families. The hope is that the program can inspire a movement away from the current trend where 38 percent of children with a physical or developmental disability are obese or overweight.”Shakir says the response to Kicks For Kids from the participants’ families has been overwhelmingly positive. Because of the great feedback, Kicks For Kids has continued to grow. The program is currently in the process of becoming a national nonprofit, and Shakir plans to expand the program to other universities across the country, such as Stanford University.“The chief interest in mind is helping those in the margins or those who don’t have the same access I had growing up,” Shakir said. “That’s a big reason why I’m doing Kicks For Kids … I really want to be a part of trying to be that change reversing that trend.”
Comments Here’s The Daily Orange’s preview of South Lewis for the 2018 season.2017 record: 4-3Head coach: Michael Absolom, fifth year as head coachAdvertisementThis is placeholder textDriving distance from SU: 78 milesPlayers from last year’s team who graduated: Graduated nine seniors, including running back Aquan Moultrie and center Adam WrightNotable returners:Jared Makuch: Senior, TE/ LB, 6’2”, 230 pounds; 455 yards receiving in 2017Andrew Hoffman: Senior, RB/LB 6’o”, 165 poundsBrady Vosburgh: Junior, QB 5’10”, 190 pounds; 980 yards rushing, 11 TD, 515 yards passing, 5 TDs last yearGage Marlof: Sophomore, DE/OL 6’3”, 250 poundsOpening game: TBD; The eight-man division added teams and the schedule is being alteredKey storyline:How will the Falcons match up with teams that are moving to the division for this yearWhat they’re saying:Head coach Michael Absolom: “We emphasized getting in shape, making sure you’re always conditioning, running every single day. So when the season starts we can focus more on football rather than the conditioning aspect.”Absolom: “More comfortable with (eight-man football). As a coaching staff, we’ve talked about what we need to improve on. The players know, those that played last year, they know what to expect … There’s more interest in the school because it is fun. We can score points. Everybody wants to score points.”Jared Makuch: “Anything can happen. We were against a team, we were down 16 with 5 minutes left and we just came back. So anything’s possible. In eight-man, it’s not who’s better really. It’s just a game.”Makuch: “I played as a freshman and I didn’t play much and we lost every game. Then we didn’t have a team my sophomore year. Then last year we come back and we come back with a winning record. We were one game away from going to the Dome. So this year we definitely have a good chance. That’s our goal this year, is make it to the Dome.”Andrew Hoffman: “To have fans, parents, friends come out and watch you win games, nothing better really … Let’s go get them. Always gotta be hungry. Got to want to win.” Published on August 21, 2018 at 7:53 pm Contact Billy: email@example.com | @Wheyen3 Last season, South Lewis made it within a win of a more than 75-mile trip to the Carrier Dome for the Section III eight-man championship. In 2015, the Falcons didn’t win a game. In 2016, they didn’t field a team. But the first year in eight-man football brought a winning record to South Lewis, and the Falcons want more.Senior running back Andrew Hoffman, standing less that 20 feet away from defending champs Bishop Grimes at Section III Media Day, summed up the goal this season: “Let’s go get them.” Facebook Twitter Google+
Published on September 24, 2018 at 9:57 pm Contact Eric: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Twitter Google+ When Alex Victor arrived at Allegheny for training camp his freshman year he searched for his name on the initial depth chart. He found it — all the way at the bottom.But it took two plays for the Gators to figure out they needed to get him the ball, Allegheny head coach B.J. Hammer said. Two days later he was at the very top.“You do get some guys (that) discourage you, they’ll underestimate you and you just got to go out there and prove it,” Victor said. “And that’s what I love to do: Prove them wrong, play to the best of my ability.”To Victor, having to prove himself is nothing new. The wide receiver is listed at 5-foot-8. As a senior in high school, he was only 5-foot-6. His height, which many people from the outside assumed to be a barrier, didn’t stop him from leading G. Holmes Braddock (Florida) High School in both rushing and receiving yards. In more than two years at Allegheny, he’s earned first team All-NCAC honors and holds the school records for receiving yards (1,037) and touchdowns (15) in a season, topping the career touchdown leaderboard with 26.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCourtesy of Allegheny AthleticsHeading into the 2016 season, Allegheny — which had a winning tradition through the late 1980s and 1990s (including the 1990 Division III football championship) — was struggling. It had gone 1-29 from 2013-2015. Hammer, who took over in 2016, looked for players to help flip the script. Victor was undervalued because of his size and “not a lot of people were looking at him,” Hammer said, since he played for a small high school. The thought of playing for a rebuilding program equally intrigued Victor.“I’m pretty sure if he was just like at least 4 inches taller than what he was, or two inches taller maybe, he would probably be somewhere in SEC play,” his teammate Dwaine Barber said.The key to his success has been speed. Victor’s 40-yard dash time is at worst 4.3 seconds, Barber said. Only 15 NFL players have ever run a sub 4.3 time in the NFL Combine.He’s more than just speed, though. Pound per pound, Victor is one of the strongest players Hammer said he’s ever coached. He has a reserved personality, but Victor has become a leader on the team. As a junior he was voted captain by his teammates.“Everyone looks up to him,” Barber said.Playing both running back and wide receiver in high school, the team likes to use Victor similar to how the Kansas City Chiefs use Tyreek Hill — a 5-foot-10 speedster nicknamed “cheetah” who started his career at Garden City Community College.This involves getting him the ball as much as possible whether it be jet sweep handoffs, bubble screens or normal routes. With a prototypical wide receiver, defensive coordinators can resort to double coverage or shadowing. When teams try to stack against him, Barber said it doesn’t really work. By the time they hear “hike” Victor is already 20 yards down field beating the safeties.“Speed kills, man,” Hammer said.Anna Henderson | Digital Design EditorThere isn’t much a defensive coordinator can do if you move an offensive player all over the field, Hammer said. Even if a player is designated to follow him around all game, the defense is then sacrificing in another area and allows Allegheny’s other WR’s to get open.Hammer said he understands why teams might have passed on Victor. Unless a player is “out-of-this-world incredible” it’s hard for recruiters to bring a guy 5-foot-8 or shorter to the table, he said.“Not that Alex isn’t,” Hammer said. “But that’s hard to do if you’re taking a kid at Miami or Syracuse or one of those bigger schools … so they got some guys like that who are 6’4. But Alex plays big for us. That’s what matters.”Victor knew entering college that it’s not a given his high school success would translate. His height didn’t help — but his speed is an intangible that can make the difference. Victor knows to focus on what he does have, not what he doesn’t.“That’s just something that I keep in mind each time that maybe some people don’t even have the same opportunities that I do,” Victor said. “And me being small just adds more passion for the game that I play.” Comments
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 11, 2018 at 7:04 pm Contact Danny: email@example.com | @DannyEmerman Comments The day after Syracuse lost the faceoff battle, 46-16, the Orange won just 20 of 63 faceoffs in their 5-3 loss against Princeton (4-2-2, 3-0-1 College Hockey America) on Sunday in Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion. Heading into the weekend series against the Tigers, SU (4-7-1, 4-2-0) had an average faceoff record, winning 49.4 percent. After winning 16 of 62 in Saturday night’s loss and 20 of 63 on Sunday night, SU’s season average has dipped to 45.8 percent. “That’s something we really need to work on still,” head coach Paul Flanagan said after the game. “We talked before the game tonight that if you’re getting beat consistently you have to change your tactic. Typically, that’s get underneath her stick before she can get the puck. Tie her up, maybe kick it to a D or wing. But we kept trying to win them clean.”Flanagan’s message was almost identical to the one he gave after Saturday’s loss when he credited trying to win the puck cleanly as the reason SU struggled. The faceoff disparities are out of character for the Orange, as they typically go about “60-40,” Flanagan said. Winning faceoffs is key because it gives the Orange extra possessions and potential scoring opportunities, defenseman Jess DiGirolamo said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSusie Teuscher | Digital Design EditorOn SU’s first goal, freshman forward Marielle McHale won a faceoff in the left-hand circle. The puck squirted out to defenseman Allie Olnowich, who wristed a shot on goal from the blue line. McHale crashed the net and was ready to collect the rebound and slot it in. “I think we just need to keep going to the net,” McHale said. “That’s what we stressed a lot all week.” McHale’s second career goal cut Princeton’s lead to 2-1 in the second period. The faceoff that set up the goal was the lone faceoff McHale won, though. She lost her other 10. Syracuse’s freshman forward Lauren Bellefontaine had the most faceoff success, winning seven and losing nine. Senior Brooke Avery won nine and lost 16.With just over two minutes left in the game, Lindsay Eastwood scored a goal that brought SU within one of Princeton, 4-3. A minute later, though, Princeton’s Karlie Lund beat Brooke Avery on a faceoff, which led to an empty-net goal for the Tigers, sealing the game.“Even when they’re 50/50 pucks, (Princeton) was getting possession,” Flanagan said. “Kudos to them. They’re well coached in that area.”
The Dodgers met a few familiar enemies in their 5-4 loss to the Miami Marlins on Wednesday, when a disputed call on the field, an injury and Giancarlo Stanton all conspired to end the Dodgers’ five-game winning streak.The Marlins trailed 4-3 in the seventh inning when Stanton hit a two-run single off former teammate Chris Hatcher to clinch the game.“Anybody on that club’s going to hit the pitch he hit,” Hatcher said of Stanton, who hit the longest home run of the season the day before. “Middle-middle pitch. He hit it.”Despite the loss, the Dodgers are 22-11 and comfortably in first place in the National League West. Of greater concern: An injury to Pedro Baez’s right pectoral muscle that forced the pitcher to leave the game in the eighth inning. Baez will undergo an MRI exam Thursday to determine the severity of the injury.No Dodgers reliever has thrown more innings (15 1/3) or made more appearances (15) this season than Baez, who struck out three of the four batters he faced Wednesday.“Petey’s been one of the guys who’s done the job for us,” manager Don Mattingly said. “In Colorado the other day, bases loaded he faced (Troy Tulowitzki) he gets that out. Today, bases loaded, he gets a big out for us.” Baez didn’t talk to reporters afterward, but Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal talked to Baez on the mound before he left the game. Grandal said that Baez felt “discomfort” in the area under his right armpit after throwing his final pitch.“I don’t know how bad (the injury) was,” Grandal said. “(Baez) told me to go to the mound. I didn’t want him to throw anymore so I called Stan” Conte, the Dodgers’ head athletic trainer. By that point the Marlins were already leading. The Dodgers got a two-out double from Howie Kendrick in the bottom of the eighth inning but could not push across the tying run. They were retired in order in the ninth inning.The Dodgers are now 19-1 this season when scoring four or more runs. They lost despite a pair of home runs in the sixth inning, a two-run shot by Enrique Hernandez and a solo blast by Joc Pederson.Adam Liberatore (0-1), who faced two batters and allowed two singles in the fateful seventh inning, was saddled with the loss when both runners came around to score against Hatcher. Liberatore had not allowed a run in 9 2/3 innings to begin his career.Carlos Frias started for the Dodgers and allowed three runs, all earned, in six innings. He walked one batter and struck out five. In his third start of the season, the rookie right-hander needed 74 pitches to get through four innings. Miami loaded the bases in the first, but Frias got Michael Morse to ground out to end the threat. Former Dodgers second baseman Dee Gordon (4-for-5) led off the third inning with the first of his two doubles and scored on an RBI groundout. The Marlins added a run in the fourth inning on an RBI single by pitcher Jarred Cosart.Frias settled down, however, and pitched into the seventh inning. He was removed after giving up a leadoff single to Adeiny Hechavarria.“As he goes, he just uses more pitches,” Mattingly said. “He gets to his secondary stuff as the game gets going through. They’re a young club. Usually young clubs are good fastball-hitting clubs … as he got to his secondary stuff he was able to rock ‘em back and forth a little bit. It’s not a one-pitch thing.”The Dodgers, meanwhile, didn’t make any noise against Cosart until the fourth.In that inning Kendrick sent a sinking line drive into right field, where Stanton caught the ball on a bounce. The only question was whether the ball had bounced off the turf and into the webbing of Stanton’s glove, or off the fingers of his glove and into the webbing.First base umpire Jerry Layne ruled it a catch. Kendrick waited patiently at first base while the Dodgers challenged the call and it was reviewed by umpires in New York. Three minutes and 14 seconds later, the call “stood” and Mattingly was furious.The manager threw his hat, threw in a few choice words for good measure, and was ejected for the 17th time in his career by third base umpire Bob Davidson. Kendrick would have scored a run, too, when Alex Guerrero tripled two batters later. Guerrero eventually scored on a wild pitch.Bench coach Tim Wallach served as the Dodgers’ acting manager the remainder of the game.“I saw the ball bounce off the grass and up into (Stanton’s) glove,” Mattingly said. “When they showed it on the big screen, we saw it bounce. You just know it’s going to get overturned, then it doesn’t, it’s frustrating.”Mattingly voiced his frustration with the existing challenge process again after the game. A week ago Monday in Milwaukee, he first expressed disappointment with calls that can’t be overturned because of insufficient evidence. One such challenge went against the Dodgers in that series; another went in their favor.This one cost the Dodgers a run. What was the umpires’ explanation?“Same thing as always – (call) stands, not enough evidence to overturn it,” Mattingly said. “It’s just wrong. It’ll get fixed somehow, some way.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
“You just can’t fall into that trap because bad games will turn really bad really quickly if you don’t learn to negate that risk,” Rosen said.“I’ve been battling that my whole career. I have to find that balance of knowing when I can push the edge, and when to just take the sack and live to play another down.” Flores will have to make the decision of whether to start Rosen or veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick at the beginning of the regular season. The journeyman seems to have the upper hand, but if Rosen can “play smarter” he might impress Flores enough to earn the job.“At some point as a quarterback, you have to take a sack. That’s the play,” Flores said of a specific Rosen play, via the South Flordia Sun Sentinel. “But the guy has a little bit of a gunslinger mentality and likes to let it rip. Obviously, that was a nice one to Preston (Williams), but I think we want to play smarter than that in that situation. Not just let the ball go like we did.” Related News Josh Rosen got a lot of reps in during his Dolphins debut Thursday.The second-year quarterback completed 13 of his 20 passes for 191 yards in a 34-27 win over the Falcons. He wasn’t able to find the end zone and threw one interception while taking two sacks. But for coach Brian Flores, who was also making his debut as the play-caller for Miami, Rosen’s sack total should have been three. Kenny Stills gets death threats but stands by criticism of Dolphins owner over President Trump event The play in question resulted in a Dolphins first down. Rosen escaped the grip of a defender and found wide receiver Preston Williams for a 16-yard pass completion. It was good for the team at the time, but even Rosen admitted after the game it might not have been the best decision.“It may have been a little dicey,” he said. “But I probably should’ve been smarter with that even though this one worked out.”Rosen will likely get the starting nod in the second preseason game while Flores continues to weigh his options. It will give the young quarterback a chance to find the right balance.
Sport Club ”Extreme Sport” Sarajevo is preparing a world paragliding competition which will be held from 18 to 25 August on the Bjelašnica Mountain, reports FENA.Dino Delić from ”Extreme Sport” has said that so far applications from all over the world have arrived, and this summer Sarajevo and its visitors will have the opportunity to see the presentation of this sport.Memebers of the Club will take care of all details concerning the event and will try to be the best possible host to world paragliders, and the audience will also enjoy the five day competition and there will be no entrance fee.Organizers note that from spring there will be tandem flights for all those interested in this sport.Organisers expect around 120 paragliders.
5 Council membersWendy Christiansen Wellington, Ks 67152 MayorRay La Boeuf Dist 3, Position 3Jean Brockway Wellington City Mayfield, Ks 67103 Unexpired term:Kerry Schneck USD360Â Caldwell School Board4 At-Large positionsWm. Brian Daily308 N MarketCaldwell, KS 6702212/11/14 Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 Clifton Risley105 S Osage St.Caldwell, KS 6702212/30/14 Luke Theurer MayorP. Mark Arnold At-Large, Position 7Timothy Taton At-Large, Position 7Joseph Allen Dist 2, Position 2M. Shane Morrison1663 W 40th Ave NArgonia, KS 670041/9/15 Dist. 1, Position 1Janelle Bible Wellington, Ks 67152 5 Council members Jack Reynolds USD358Â Â Â Â Oxford School BoardÂ Oxford, Ks 67119 Dist. 1, Position 1Angie Ratcliff MayorBoyd Jones At-Large, Position 7 At-Large, Position 7Justin Shepherd1741 E 80th St. SOxford, KS 671191/2/15 USD509Â Â Â Â Â Â South Haven School Board 2 Council members Milan, Ks 67105 Steve Metzen JurisdictionThose currently serving 4 At-Large positionsAmy Futhey Gage Overall Cliff Risley Laurie Walta Wellington, Ks 67152 4 At-Large positionsSuzie Bacon Dist. 1, Position 1Ron Work Clinton Gulick Twila Wiley Milan, Ks 67105 Conway Springs City South Haven, Ks 67140 South Haven, Ks 67140 Belle Plaine City Oxford, Ks 67119 Council member at largeJim Valentine 2 Council membersDiana Locke Geuda Springs City June Williams 3 Council membersMark Beth Bookless At-Large, Position 7Mary Jo Hunt Robert Mack 2 Council membersVicki Borboa 3 Council membersRichard Bain Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 Nataliee Asmussen Kollmeyer Mike Peters Chrystal Smith At-Large, Position 7 Council member at largeKelly Green Oxford, Ks 67119 3 Council members Eugene Lattimer Geuda Springs CityMayor 5 Council members MayorLarry Ford Dist 2, Position 2 At-Large, Position 7Jamie Chisham Justin Pond Doug Zimmerman Bryan Smith Milan City MayorBilly Burrow Sr. MayorDonald Minor David Olmsted Oxford City3 Council members Dist 3, Position 3Bruce Harrington 5 Council membersBill Burrow Wellington, Ks 67152 Charles Strickland South Haven, Ks 67140 Follow us on Twitter. 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Wellington, Ks 67152 Joan Wise Filings received will be updated Friday of each week until the filing deadline.Â Second Class City Candidates must file with their City Clerk and Third Class City Candidates may file with their City Clerk.Â For those candidates, their filings may not be listed here until the filing deadline and they are forwarded to us by the City Clerk.Â (Caldwell and Wellington are 2nd Class, all others are 3rd Class) City Dist 2, Position 2 MayorRoger Stallbamer Mayfield CityMayor Dist 2, Position 2Eddie Allen Nathan Metzen Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 Alvin Lamb Dist 3, Position 3 5 Council membersWilliam Cowles Dist 3, Position 3Dorinda Neises Dist 3, Position 3 Hunnewell CityMayor South Haven Dist 3, Position 3David Gaddie253 S Argonia Rd.Argonia, KS 670041/5/15 Dist 2, Position 5 (unexpired term)Aaron Lange1074 N Conway Springs Rd.Conway Springs, KS 670311/8/15 Unexpired Position USD359Â Â Argonia School Board 5 Council members Michele Norris 5 Council members by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” School board and city council elections will be held throughout Sumner County on April 7, 2015. Some may have primary elections on March 3, depending on the stipulations of the school board or municipality. Registration for all local elections are Tuesday, Jan. 27.Consult the Sumner County Clerk’s office for where you need to file for election.In Wellington, four Sumner County school board candidates are up for reelection to serve a four-year term. Those up for election include:â€¢Angie Ratcliff – District 1, Position 1;â€¢Jackie Berryman – District 2, Position 2;â€¢Bob White – District 3, Position 2;â€¢David Peck – At-large, Position 7.A list of the school board elections from the other six Sumner County districts and the various city elections are as follows (editor’s note: If there is a different person now serving in an elected position then what we have below, please inform us in the comment section below). Also, the updated 2015 filings as of this Friday are listed below. Â USD358Â Â Â Â Oxford School BoardDist. 1, Position 1 3 Council membersFrank Bartonek Dist 3, Position 3Bob White South Haven, Ks 67140 USD353 Wellington School BoardDist. 1, Position 1 Dist 2, Position 2 Daniel Pettegrew Dist 2, Position 2Randy Simon At-Large, Position 7David Peck USD356 Conway Springs School Board USD509Â Â Â Â Â Â South Haven School Board4 At-Large positions Roger Terry At-Large, Position 7 USD356 Conway Springs School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Bill Dalbom11546 S 311th St. WConway Springs, KS 670311/7/15 2 Council members Dist 2, Position 2Eddie D. Allen114 N 6thConway Springs, KS 670311/7/15 Dist 3, Position 3Bruce Harrington965 W 60th Ave. NConway Springs, KS 670311/7/15 5 Council membersJerry Hills USD359Â Â Argonia School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Brian Fitch112 N PlumArgonia, KS 6700412/23/14 USD357Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Belle Plaine School Board At-Large, Position 7 Hunnewell City Office/s OpenÂ Oxford City Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 Caldwell City South Haven, Ks 67140 Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 Dist 3, Position 3 Jeff Mortimer Geuda Springs, Ks 67051 Dist. 1, Position 1Bill Dalbom Milan CityMayor Council member at largeJohn Brand Jim Valentine1020 N WashingtonWellington, Ks 671521/6/15 Dist 3, Position 3David Gaddie Dist. 1, Position 1John Cooney Dist 2, Position 2Gail Swanson Dist 2, Position 2Jackie Berryman South HavenCityMayor Tommy Lowry MayorEddie Lacey Mayfield, Ks 67103 JurisdictionOffice/s OpenNameMailing AddrCity/St/ZipDate Filed USD360Â Caldwell School Board Joyce Reynolds South Haven, Ks 67140 Wellington CityMayor Argonia City Belle Plaine CityMayor USD357Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Belle Plaine School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Stephanie Scott801 N Foulk Dr.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/5/15 Argonia City3 Council members Caldwell CityMayor Wellington, Ks 67152 Wellington, Ks 67152 Wellington, Ks 67152 Ted Dvorak Dist 2, Position 2T. 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Port St. Lucie police have arrested two suspects in connection to the fatal stabbing of a man that occurred early Sunday morning at around 3:55 AM, December 15, 2019.Police arrived to the scene where they found 22-year-old Isaiha Rashaad Andrews in the driveway of the residence with a stab wound to his lower abdomen.The case remains as an open investigation, however, police found the murder weapon and were able to arrest 26-year-old Christopher Deon Murray of Fort Pierce and 20-year-old Ruth Dayanara Marquez.Murray and Marquez were both charged with 2nd degree murder, and tampering with evidence.