Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Facebook Prohibition order served on Letterkenny butcher Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Pinterest Community Enhancement Programme open for applications By admin – March 8, 2019 Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Previous articleBlaney claims Fianna Fail HQ are meddling with election chancesNext articleMan jailed for 25 years for attempted murder of police officers in Eglinton admin Twitter A prohibition order has been served on a Donegal butchers.The Food Safety Authority of Ireland reports today that the order was served last month on Paddy Gildea of The Friendly Meat Shop, Old Town Road, Letterkenny following the discovery of unstamped and untagged lamb carcass.The order is in response to the failure of the butcher to demonstrate effectively the origin of the lamb carcass and that it was slaughtered in an approved plant contrary to Article 18 of the Regulation of EC which an officer says gives rise to the risk of unapproved food entering the food chain.Mr Glidea has been directed by an authorised officer of the HSE to ensure the unstamped and untagged lamb carcass stored in the coldroom of the shop be withdrawn from sale with immediate effect and to ensure it is not used for human consumption, is rendered safe for human consumption or is detained or destroyed in a manner prescribed by the officer. Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan Google+ WhatsApp
Sunman, IN—The Christmas Spirit Foundation, Dull’s Tree Farm and FedEx will kick off their annual Trees for Troops program on this coming Tuesday, celebrating 15 years of delivering joy to military families. Volunteers, military officials, and FedEx team members will pack and ship 200 Indiana grown Christmas trees destined for military bases in Guam, Afghanistan and Kodiak, Alaska.The trees, donated by Indiana Christmas tree growers from throughout the state, will include letters of gratitude, homemade ornaments and will bring cheer to those not able to join their families for the holidays. Michelle and Dave Hoff owners of the Hoff Christmas Tree Farm harvested their trees Thursday to send for the state collection site. FedEx will deliver more than 17,000 real Christmas trees this year to nearly 80 bases at home and overseas. To date, the program has delivered over 225,000 trees in the U.S. and abroad.Trees for Troops is part of FedEx Cares, the company’s global charitable giving program where FedEx will positively impact 50 million people around the world by the company’s 50th anniversary in 2023.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 4, 2013 at 5:53 pm Contact David: [email protected] | @DBWilson2 Related Stories ONE MORE TIME: Behind pivotal 3-goal 3rd quarter, Syracuse beats Villanova 13-9 to win 2nd-straight Big East tournament championshipWith Marasco shut down, Rice tallies 5 points to lead Syracuse past VillanovaDaddio, aggressive Syracuse wings earn Orange critical possessions at faceoff X VILLANOVA, Pa. — For the fourth straight game, Syracuse’s defense held its opponent to single-digit scoring.The Orange held the Wildcats to one goal in the decisive third quarter and rendered No. 19 VU offensively incompetent outside of a late four-goal run in No. 3 SU’s 13-9, Big East tournament championship victory.“A ton of pride, but the work’s not over,” Syracuse defender Brian Megill said. “We’ve got to put in work like this week in and week out and we can’t be satisfied with what we have right now.”The Orange used Megill to keep Will Casertano to a lone unsettled goal and David Hamlin kept Nick Doherty out of the goals column entirely as he took home all-tournament honors. But it was Sean Young’s work on Jack Rice that let SU build its lead.Rice was frustrated early on as Young held Villanova’s star attack scoreless through the entire first half.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“He doesn’t like to slide and he always makes sure there’s a second man behind to come and help him,” Rice said. “So he just made sure the defense was in check.”When the Wildcats did get free for shots, Dominic Lamolinara was there as a last line of defense for Syracuse. The goaltender made nine saves on 18 shots on goal.He snatched shots by Rice and John Kluh out of the air in the first quarter to keep the Wildcats’ two most reliable offensive weapons out of sorts early. Even after he struggled in the second quarter, he straightened out in the second half and gathered his defense to weather the storm that was the beginning of the fourth quarter“We were going to have to stop the bleeding whenever it started,” Megill said. “There was one point where it looked like it was going to just keep rolling, but Dom buckled us down and got us all settled and got is in the right position.”VU turned the ball over 15 times in the game as Matt Harris consistently found opponents’ sticks on double teams. He stripped VU defender Christian Kolderup on the sideline in the third quarter to set up JoJo Marasco’s man-up goal and knocked the ball away from long-stick midfielder John LoCascio to end one of Villanova’s last good scoring chances.“When you go against a team that it’s win or go home, they’re going to put everything they have into a game,” Megill said, “and we were able to counteract it pretty well.” Comments