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Record 4.2 tons of cocaine seized near French Caribbean

first_imgSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Officials with the French army stationed in the Caribbean islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe say they seized a record 4.2 tons of cocaine in nearby waters. The Armed Forces of the Antilles said Wednesday that  it found the 177 bricks of cocaine aboard a fishing vessel in the Atlantic Ocean on Jan. 17. Eight people aboard the vessel were arrested. Authorities say the seizure was a result of close cooperation with several countries that it did not identify. No further details have been released.last_img read more

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Annual shootout is coming!

first_imgSOUTHWEST HARBOR — The weather might be stuck between winter and spring but the basketball action heats up on Mount Desert Island this weekend with the 16th Annual Great Harbor Shootout (GHSO). Once again the event has a record number of entrants, with 70 teams slated to pound the boards at Pemetic, Trenton, and Mount Desert Elementary schools, MDI High School and the MDI YMCA from March 20 through 22. Though initially intended to generate money for the non-profit Harbor House, it has grown into something much larger than that. This year’s sponsors include: Doug Gott & Sons, W.S. Emerson, EBS, Geoffrey Knowles, Wight’s Sporting Goods, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, Cadillac Mountain Sports, Carroll Drug Store, The Ciomei Family, Coston & McIsaac CPA, County Physical Therapy, Dr. Walter Dickes, Elmer’s Discount, H.G. Reed Inc, Machias Savings Bank, Moosabec Marine, Presque Isle Bonanza, Skowhegan Driving School, Snow Bears AAU Girls’ Basketball, South Street Market. This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe GHSO organizers would also like to thank the 2009 Community Builders Council who support the Great Harbor House Shootout and many other programs and events that Harbor House does throughout the year: EWA Information & Infrastructure Technologies, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, Stephen Stanley Electrical Contractor, Snow2 CPA’s, L.S. Robinson Insurance, Camden National/Union Trust, Carroll Drug Store, Claremont Hotel, Granite Payment Alliance, JB Drilling, Morrison Chevrolet, Red Sky & Sierra Communications. For more details pick up a copy of The Mount Desert Islander. Latest Posts Latest posts by admin (see all) State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014center_img Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Bio adminlast_img read more

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Football Bees fall to Proctor in Class AA semifinal

first_imgFor all the work the Baldwinsville football team had to do, and all the adversity it had to face, it still found itself one victory away from a trip to the state tournament.But the Bees never got that win as Utica Proctor defeated them 55-14 Saturday night at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill’s Sheveron Field, the Raiders program earning its first-ever berth in the sectional finals.Much more was at stake besides the usual trip to the Dome at Syracuse University for the sectional title game.Due to a new state playoff format that eliminated byes in the quarterfinal round, the runner-up from Section III would get an at-large bid along with the sectional champions.As such, whoever won between B’ville and Proctor would guarantee to have its season continue with a Nov. 16 regional final, regardless of the result of the sectional title game in the Dome.That was motivation enough for the Bees. So was the fact that Proctor handled them 34-17 when the two first met early in October at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium.And for a brief moment, B’ville thought it could keep up, answering the Raiders’ first scoring drive and two-point conversion by having Braden McCard throw deep and find Pat May for a 78-yard touchdown pass late in the first quarter.Instead of getting rattled by this, Proctor quickly countered with a big play of its own, Brandon Peterson throwing 47 yards to Saleh Eltayeb to extend its margin to 14-7, and that only proved the beginning.With a big, powerful front line, the Raiders’ ground game did nearly anything it wanted. Twice in the second quarter, Proctor found the end zone, Tasean Cooper going 25 yards for one TD and Zhani James dashing 28 yards for another.Already in front 29-7 at halftime, the Raiders did not let up, breaking four big scoring plays in the second half, starting with Peterson’s 75-yard TD strike to Eltayeb.Cooper added scoring runs of 52 and 59 yards, part of a night where he gained 222 yards on the ground, while Michael Reali scored from 43 yards out. B’ville’s lone second-half tally came on a one-yard TD plunge by Dylan Banks.It was Banks leading the Bees on the ground with 72 yards on eight carries as McCard, other than his early TD pass, completed just two other passes in his nine attempts.Dan Ewald led the defense with nine tackles as May added eight tackles. Kolby Hahn and Jesse Flynn had seven tackles apiece, Cameron Jessen and Robert Hamm each recording five tackles.Proctor advanced to a sectional final this Saturday night at the Dome against defending champion Cicero-North Syracuse, who at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium rallied from a 28-7 halftime deficit to stun Cicero-North Syracuse 35-28 in the other semifinal.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Baldwinsvillefootballlast_img read more

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