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Everything is awesome as Legoland boosts Merlin Entertainment

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Former Laois Minister requests An Taisce to withdraw objection to new Glanbia cheese plant

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first_img Facebook Twitter Twitter Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSAn TaisceCharlie FlanaganGlanbia WhatsApp Electric Picnic apply to Laois County Council for new date for this year’s festival Electric Picnic Pinterest Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date Former Laois Minister requests An Taisce to withdraw objection to new Glanbia cheese plantcenter_img Home News Community Former Laois Minister requests An Taisce to withdraw objection to new Glanbia... NewsCommunity Pinterest Former Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has joined calls for An Taisce to withdraw an objection to a new Glanbia cheese factory.The Laois TD, along with fellow Fine Gael TDs Paul Kehoe (Wexford), John Paul Phelan (Carlow Kilkenny) and David Stanton (Cork East) have strongly criticised An Taisce and accused the body of delaying a massive €140 million investment in a cheese plant on the Kilkenny Waterford border.Earlier this month, a High Court case commenced between Glanbia Ireland and An Taisce over proposed plans to build a €140m continental cheese plant in Belview.According to Flanagan and co, the proposed new cheese plant is fully in line with government policy on dairy production and recognises the need for the dairy industry to diversify and mitigate against the damage caused by Brexit.They said: “The decision by the state-funded nongovernmental organisation, An Taisce, is a serious blow to dairy farmers in Leinster.“The decision to block the new Glanbia cheese plant at Belview is bad for jobs, bad for rural Ireland and bad for farm families.“The proposed new Cheese plant is fully in line with government policy on dairy production and recognises the need for the dairy industry to diversify and mitigate against the damage caused by Brexit.“This new exciting cheese plant received permission from the local authority and has the backing from An Bord Pleanála. By Alan Hartnett - 1st April 2021 Mary Sweeney elected Cathaoirleach of Portlaoise Municipal District for next 12 months Electric Picnic WhatsApp Previous articleDeaths in Laois – Thursday, April 1, 2021Next articleWell-known Laois people get behind new mental health and bereavement service Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Council “The new cheese plant is to produce continental type cheese mainly for export.“Many young progressive dairy farmers have decided to invest in rural Ireland and Agriculture. They have borrowed heavily to acquire modern technology.“They have invested in the rural economy and they now face serious financial loss. Jobs will be lost.“It is clear to me that the Court action taken by An Taisce chose a clear anti-rural economy bias and is vexatious.“An Taisce should withdraw this divisive Court Action.“Rural Ireland faces many challenges not least with Covid 19 and Brexit. For a state-funded non-government agency to add to this hardship is unacceptable and wrong.”SEE ALSO – Gardai investigating following attempted armed robbery in Laois filling stationlast_img

Trump says he will tap economists for 2 key Fed vacancies

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first_img U.S. proposes tax of at least 15% on global corporate profits Share this article and your comments with peers on social media President Donald Trump, who has criticized the Federal Reserve for not cutting interest rates, said Tuesday that he intends to nominate two economists to fill influential positions on the central bank’s Board of Governors.Trump said he would name to the board Christopher Waller, who is executive vice-president and research director at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, where he has worked since 2009. He also tapped Judy Shelton, the U.S. executive director for the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development. Shelton was previously an economic adviser to Trump’s presidential campaign. U.S. businesses may have to report crypto assets to IRS Federal Reserve building in Washington DC, US. Close up of a top part of the building with eagle statue. avmedved/123RF The planned nominations were announced by Trump in a tweet late Tuesday. Each must be confirmed by the Senate.Trump’s choices come after he has harshly and repeatedly criticized the Fed under Chair Jerome Powell for raising rates four times last year and for keeping rates unchanged this year. Trump has argued that the Fed, by keeping its benchmark rate in a range of 2.25% to 2.5%, is slowing economic growth and depressing the stock market.This spring, Trump said he planned to nominate former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain and conservative commentator Stephen Moore to the remaining two vacancies on the Fed board.But Cain withdrew from consideration after allegations of sexual harassment and infidelity, first aired during his 2012 presidential run, resurfaced. Moore withdrew in the face of Republican opposition in the Senate after news organizations unearthed many of his writings belittling women.Shelton has a history of attacking the Fed’s policies and has also supported the gold standard, under which the value of currencies like the dollar are fixed to a specific amount of gold. Most mainstream economists who study monetary policy reject the gold standard as antiquated.Shelton has expressed support for cutting rates, as Trump has demanded.Waller’s approach to interest rate policy is less clear but he serves as the research director in St. Louis, a regional Fed bank whose president, James Bullard, has been advocating for lower rates and even dissented at the Fed’s last meeting, arguing that the Fed should immediately cut rates.“Waller works for James Bullard and usually the research director at a regional bank and the bank president hold similar views,” said Sung Won Sohn, economics professor at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. “I suspect that the administration has chosen Waller because his views on interest rates are similar to those of Bullard.”Bullard said last month that he had been approached by White House officials about joining the Fed’s seven-member board. He said he told the administration that he was happy in his current position as president of one of the Fed’s 12 regional banks.Before joining the St. Louis Fed, Waller was an economics professor at the University of Notre Dame for six years, and before that a professor at the University of Kentucky.With the latest nominations, Trump will have filled six of the Fed board’s seven seats including tapping Powell to be Fed chairman when Trump decided not to offer Janet Yellen a second term as chair. The number of Trump choices on the Fed board, however, has not stopped the president from attacking the central bank and Powell specifically for pursing monetary policies that the president believes are harming the economy.The Fed next meets to consider interest rates at the end of this month and financial markets widely expect the central bank will begin cutting rates at that time if the economy continues to show signs of weakening.At the Fed’s last meeting, the central bank promised to do what was needed to protect the current 10-year economic expansion, which this month became the longest in U.S. history. Keywords U.S.,  Interest ratesCompanies Federal Reserve Board Related news Fed plays limited role in assessing climate risks for banks Christopher RugaberMartin CrutsingerAssociated Press Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img

PM to Meet with Sports Associations to Plan way Forward

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first_imgRelatedPM to Meet with Sports Associations to Plan way Forward RelatedPM to Meet with Sports Associations to Plan way Forward FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Scores of athletes, sports association representatives, sports journalists, Members of Parliament and other interests turned out at Vale Royal last evening for Prime Minister, Bruce Golding’s reception for the sporting fraternity.In bringing greetings to the gathering, Mr. Golding said he intends to meet with the leadership of the various associations to examine the status of sports in Jamaica, and the way forward, including government input and private sector support.He urged the fraternity to synchronize its efforts with the community, through community development agencies, such as the Social Development Commission.This, he reiterated, was necessary in order to harness young talent and prepare them for success. Mr. Golding pointed out that there are many young Jamaicans with world championship potential, who are in need of guidance and coaching in the science and technique of the various sports. The Prime Minister emphasized also, that athletes must be prepared to handle the psychological impact of success, and being on the world stage.Mr. Golding added that in addition to putting athletes in the world, sports provide a platform to mobilize the country in a unique way. He described it as an important tool for transformation, stating that the government will continue to provide support, and break new ground.Meanwhile, President of the Jamaica Olympic Association, Mike Fennell reiterated that sports is the country’s most powerful tool. He noted that while many athletes continue to do well in the international arena, athletes who are doing well domestically should also be celebrated, as they are heroes in their communities, and in their own right. Mr. Fennell agreed with the need for a partnership with government, as he said this is critical to ensuring that sports continues to progress. RelatedPM to Meet with Sports Associations to Plan way Forwardcenter_img Advertisements PM to Meet with Sports Associations to Plan way Forward UncategorizedOctober 24, 2007last_img

Sovereign Housing providing confidence and peace of mind

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first_imgSovereign Housing providing confidence and peace of mind Two years on and the housing association has found that one of the key benefits of the partnership is the certainty it provides, enabling them to make forward commitments and secure opportunities that would not have been possible without the partnership model.Having the certainty of grant levels and allocations has allowed Sovereign to focus on longer term opportunities with the knowledge that grant is available, so schemes are able to progress at pace, without the need for individual bids and funding decisions.They’ve moved towards a more land-led approach and invested in creating a team to deliver this strategy. Access to a secured grant at a fixed rate over several years has also enabled them to look at larger sites, increasing their competitiveness on the open market.Sovereign is committed to building better homes and better places, where people want to live. Their ambition is to increase delivery to about 1,900 homes per year and believe their position as a strategic partner is helping to achieve that goal.Owen Thornton, development manager for the Bristol area, points to the organisation’s Harry Stoke development at Stoke Gifford in north Bristol as a great example. The development is delivering a new neighbourhood to meet the demand of local people in a desirable location; once the development is completed there will be close to 1,000 new homes, a new community centre, a nursery, local shops and a new school.“Our strategic partnership with Homes England helped make this happen,” says Owen. “Sovereign entered into a joint venture with Crest Nicholson to develop the site. Part of the deal involves acquiring 244 Section 106 affordable homes, which will be a mix of social rent and shared ownership.“Drawing on £4m of the Homes England grant funding we’re acquiring an additional 91 affordable homes with the option to acquire further homes on later phases. The rest of the homes in this large mixed-tenure development will be for open market sale.“Our strategic partnership with Homes England gives us the certainty that we will have the grant we need to deliver the additional affordable homes which will be delivered over a number of phases. This is a real advantage. It means we can build more affordable homes in the places where people want live and for the people who need them.”The joint venture investment secures a large number of affordable homes in Sovereign’s core area of Bristol.Owen adds: “The joint venture and the Homes England funding mean we can have influence on delivery to implement our place making and community development objectives.”The first affordable homes will be ready for people to move into in May 2021, with the development due for completion by 2025.Another example is Sovereign’s Crown Yard site in Thatcham, West Berkshire, where construction work has recently started. The development will bring 33 much needed homes to the area.Charlie Stevens, Development Manager for the East region says: “If Sovereign were not part of the Homes England strategic partnership programme, these homes would never have been built. Not by Sovereign. It’s as simple as that, without the grant funding we would not have been able to do the deal.”“The original owner had secured outline planning permission in 2017 to build 33 homes. But these were all open market sale – there was no affordable provision. Sometime later the land came up on the open market and we wanted to buy it and try for planning permission so that we could provide the affordable homes people in Thatcham really need”.Sovereign then secured their own Reserved Matters planning for the site with West Berkshire Council and building contractors started work in October 2020.“Being a strategic partner provides us with a confidence and a security to bid for land deals like this,” says Charlie. “We know that we have the funds to secure the land and develop it in the lifetime of the partnership. The seller also knows that our grant funds are secured, and it removes some of the risk from the acquisition. It brings peace of mind.”The development consists of 33 homes, 18 of which are shared ownership and 15 affordable rent. They are a mix of two, three and four-bedroom houses and one and two bed flats. In keeping with Sovereign’s ambition to deliver homes that are fit for today and tomorrow, each of the homes will have gardens and open space for the apartments.Says Charlie: “This is a land-led deal, which is the way we want to develop. For us at Sovereign it’s an example of the real benefits of the strategic partnership with Homes England.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don't put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). 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UPDATED: Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle announces reelection campaign

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first_imgUPDATED: Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle announces reelection campaignPosted by Chris BrownDate: Monday, January 4, 2021in: Newsshare 0 The mayor won her first election as mayor in 2017 with nearly 75 percent of the voteVANCOUVER — Many of the faces were the same, but the circumstances could hardly have been more different as Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle announced on Friday that she would be running for a second term leading Washington state’s fourth-largest city.Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle delivers the State of the City address in 2019. Photo by Mike SchultzVancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle delivers the State of the City address in 2019. Photo by Mike SchultzFour years ago, the one-term councilwoman was at the Vancouver Firefighters’ Union Hall to announce her successful bid to become the city’s first female mayor. This year, the announcement was held remotely over Zoom.“Things have changed,” said McEnerny-Ogle, “we’ve pivoted. We’re more flexible. Life has changed for us, and it’s going to be very different.”One thing that hadn’t changed was the person introducing McEnerny-Ogle.Former City Councilor Larry Smith said Friday that many of the statements he’d made four years ago still held true, calling McEnerny-Ogle likely the “most qualified person to ever run for mayor.”Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle (left) and Clark County Councilor Temple Lentz hand out food and fun at an event for Vancouver Parks and Recreation earlier this year. Photo by Mike SchultzVancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle (left) and Clark County Councilor Temple Lentz hand out food and fun at an event for Vancouver Parks and Recreation earlier this year. Photo by Mike Schultz“The last bold statement I said is that if you find me another person who brings these skills and involvement in the community to public service,” Smith added, “and I’ll take you out on the bridge and I’ll kiss your rear end.”After listing the committees and executive groups McEnerny-Ogle has been part of during her time in office, Smith concluded that “there must be more than one Anne to do all this.”McEnerny-Ogle, a retired math teacher, got into politics largely by accident, starting with an effort to help get a park built near their home, then pushing for better codes for Accessory Dwelling Units.That led her to join the Planning Commission, and then eventually a successful bid for city council. In 2017, she was elected as mayor by over 50 percentage points, easily beating Steven Cox to replace Tim Leavitt who decided not to run for a third term.Plans to reach out to Vancouver voters with a funding package to build new parks, add more public safety, and increase affordable housing largely went by the wayside before the midway point of 2020, as the city braced for an economic blow due to the novel coronavirus.“COVID is a big, big issue for us,” McEnerny-Ogle said Friday, “and it’s one that we will continue to work on probably for a year, to bring back that thriving sustainable economy that we were having before.”While the blow to the city’s economy and budget hasn’t been as severe as first anticipated, it has at least stalled the rapid growth the area had been enjoying.“Beyond the pandemic we had protests that we needed to listen to, we had a use of force issue that we needed to work on,” the mayor said. “So we had the PERF (Police Executive Review Forum) group come in and give us those 80-plus recommendations.”McEnerny-Ogle said a task force is currently combing through those recommendations, hoping to provide input for the city council later this year. That could include recommending funding for police-worn body cameras, which the city set aside $500,000 for in its biennial budget.Another major priority if she’s re-elected, McEnerny-Ogle said, would continue to be addressing the city’s ongoing lack of affordable housing and growing homelessness crisis.“I went through the community survey results a couple of nights ago and did a word search, and a word count,” the mayor said. “The words ‘homelessness,’ ‘housing,’ and ‘affordable housing’ came up more than anything else.”Interestingly, she added, the word “Portland” showed up more frequently than the word “taxes.”“‘We don’t want the homelessness that we’re seeing in Portland,'” McEnerny-Ogle said, paraphrasing what they’d heard from the community. “‘Help us with the homelessness.'”Clark County, in a joint effort with the state’s Department of Commerce, is set to soon announce funding to open a new homeless shelter, and has entered a joint executive working group with the city to help look into other solutions for the problem.Another primary issue will be transportation, including whether the city should look to adjust its funding mechanism to move away from car tab fees, despite the state Supreme Court striking down voter-approved Initiative 976 last year. Republicans in the state legislature are likely to seek action this session to address the will of the voters.The city will also be a key player as the new Interstate Bridge replacement project continues.“It’s moving forward. We have community advisory, equity advisory the steering committee, and now we’re working on the new funding package,” McEnerny-Ogle said. “So it’s all very exciting.”Despite being in the back half of her 60s (she won’t say exactly how old she is), the mayor says she’s as motivated and excited as ever to serve, and hopeful the people of Vancouver will keep her in office next November.To date, no other candidates have announced their intention to run for a position that is sure to draw a lot of attention as the year moves along.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:Anne McEnerny-OglecandidacycandidateClark CountyelectionLatestnewsPoliticsVancouverVancouver MayorWashingtonshare 0 Previous : Clark County Republicans elect new officers to two-year terms Next : WATCH: Clark County TODAY LIVE • Monday, January 4, 2021AdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img

AUDIO: Engineering student Nicholas Kellaris on soft, self-sealing devices that mimic muscles

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first_img Downloads Script Published: Jan. 3, 2018 • By Dirk Martin When you think of robots you probably think of metallic droids. But at CU Boulder a group of researchers are creating the next generation of robots using low cost soft materials similar to what’s used for making potato chip bags. The goal is to create “soft robots” that mimic the expansion and contraction of natural muscles, says material science and engineering student Nicholas Kellaris. Soft Robot 1 center_img Soft Robot 3 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Soft Robot 2 last_img

SMPD catches suspect with a no bail warrant

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first_imgHomeNewsCrimeSMPD catches suspect with a no bail warrant Apr. 19, 2017 at 6:45 amCrimeSMPD catches suspect with a no bail warranteditor4 years agocrimedaily press crimeSanta Monica Crimesanta monica daily pressSanta Monica Police Departmentsmdpsmpd On April 6, 2017 at about 8:16 a.m.Officers responded to a radio call for service at Douglas Park – 2439 Wilshire Blvd – regarding an encampment. Officers arrived and identified the subjects who had refused to leave. One of the subjects was found to have a “No Bail’ warrant from LAPD for Assault with a Deadly Weapon. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to SMPD Jail for booking. A search of the subject at the Jail led to recovery of methamphetamine. Gary Mark Gorman, 60, from Pasadena, was arrested for possession of methamphetamine, bringing narcotics into a Jail and a no bail felony warrant.Crime Watch is culled from reports provided by the Santa Monica Police Department. These are arrests only. All parties are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Tags :crimedaily press crimeSanta Monica Crimesanta monica daily pressSanta Monica Police Departmentsmdpsmpdshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentGOP more a threat than ISISSMC student film accepted into the American Pavilion at CannesYou Might Also LikeBriefsLos Angeles Sheriff’s deputy accused of destroying evidence of 2019 assaultAssociated Press15 hours agoCrimeCRIME WATCHNewsCrime WatchGuest Author3 days agoCrimeFeaturedKnife-wielding woman arrested during L.A. Councilman’s speechGuest Author4 days agoCrimeCRIME WATCHNewsCrime WatchGuest Author7 days agoFeaturedNewsAfter local teen’s death, parents protest Snapchat’s inaction against drug dealersClara Harter7 days agoCrimeFeaturedHomeless man loses an eye to BB gun assaultGuest Author1 week agolast_img

Deutsche Telekom mulls towers spinoff or IPO – report

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first_img Deutsche Telekom is looking into options for its infrastructure assets, including mobile phone towers, such as a spinoff or an initial public offering.The move could value the assets “in the billions of dollars”, Bloomberg reported.Discussions are in their early stages and the company may decide to take no action at all, the report said.According to a company spokesman: “Deutsche Telekom is aware of what some of our competitors are doing in this respect, and we are considering what could make sense for us and what not.”These competitors include Telefonica, which set up a firm called Telxius to house its global infrastructure assets last month, a move reportedly being closely monitored by Deutsche Telekom.Meanwhile, Telecom Italia too is selling off its stake in Italian towers firm, Inwit.Such steps are usually taken to raise cash and lower expenses of maintaining networks.Last month, Thomas Dannenfeldt, Deutsche Telekom’s chief financial officer, speaking on a call with analysts, stated that “on the tower sales, I think it’s something we are investigating. It’s obvious and very clear that we have a very strong position here”, adding that the operator has “something like 40,000 cell sites in our European properties”. Author Saleha joined Mobile World Live in October 2014 as a reporter and works across all e-newsletters - creating content, writing blogs and reports as well as conducting feature interviews...More Read more Related Home Deutsche Telekom mulls towers spinoff or IPO – report Telefonica bolsters blockchain security Deutsche TelekomTelefonica Tags center_img Saleha Riaz AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 11 MAR 2016 Telefónica refuerza la seguridad de las cadenas de bloques Español Luz verde a la fusión entre Telefónica y Liberty Global en el Reino Unido Previous ArticleFCC unveils mobile broadband privacy proposalsNext ArticleYouTube Gaming app heads to 4 more countries last_img

Wayne gets chance to repeat

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first_img Share on Facebook This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Follow on Facebook Wayne gets chance to repeat added by Paul Gotham on March 1, 2018View all posts by Paul Gotham →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby 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 Wayne’s Braeden Zenelovic (5) goes to the basket for two of his game-high 11 points. HF-L’s Dan Hayes (10) defends on the play. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM/PICKIN’ SPLINTERS)By PAUL GOTHAM VICTOR, N.Y. — Despite struggling with foul trouble, the reigning champion Wayne Eagles used a 16-4 run to close the game, and advance to the Section V Class A2 championship with a 36-25 victory over the Honeoye Falls-Lima Cougars, Wednesday night.Trailing by one midway through the third quarter, Wayne scored five straight to take a lead it did not surrender.Logan Blankenberg converted one of two free throws to knot the game at 21. On the next possession, Blankenberg fed teammate Braeden Zenelovic for a bucket and a lead the Eagles did not surrender. Jaiden Burlee grabbed a Billy Thomson pass and scored to make a 25-21 game going into the fourth quarter.But Blankenberg picked up his fourth foul of the game with 3:09 remaining in the third and went to bench shorty thereafter. Nick Carmichael was assessed his fourth infraction less than two minutes into the fourth. The pair played the final 6:07 with four fouls apiece.Zenelovic finished with 11 points. Blankenberg and Carmichael added 10 apiece. Jaiden Burlee and Billy Thomson both scored two points for Wayne (19-3).Dan Hayes led HF-L (15-8) with 10 points. Owen VanNewkirk scored five. Jack Eastman and Tyler Selke had three apiece, and Garrett Ruff scored two points for the Cougars.Wayne advances to play the NE Douglass Panthers in Saturday’s final. Wayne defeated Wilson Magnet, 50-43 to claim the program’s first sectional title a year ago.  Billy Thomson, Braeden Zenelovic, Jaiden Burlee, Wayne Eagles Subscribe by Email By Paul Gotham on March 1, 2018No Comment center_img Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Connect on Linked in Add to Google+ Wayne gets chance to repeat Print This Postlast_img