Carrick en Suir ‘s Sam Bennett has won stage 2 of the Artic Race in Norway. He is now lying third overall and is 7 second’s off the lead.He finished stage 1 in 3rd place. It was an impressive win for the 24 year old.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — An Alpena man was arraigned on Monday in connection to a drug overdose that occurred in April of 2018. 42-year-old James Donald Hayes faces one charge of delivery of a controlled substance causing death, a felony that can carry a sentence of up to life in prison. He was also charged with one count of tampering with evidence in a criminal case, a felony punishable by more than ten years.On April 13, 2018, Michigan State Police and EMS were called to Boone road in Alpena township where a woman was reported unconscious. Life-saving efforts were unsuccessful and 42-year–old April Brown was pronounced dead on the scene. Initial investigation suspected a drug overdose and this was confirmed following an autopsy.Because it is an ongoing investigation, the exact drug could not be confirmed, but Lt. Derrick Carroll of the Michigan State Police did say schedule one narcotics were involved.An arrest warrant went out for Hayes on Jan. 23 and he was arraigned on Monday at the 88th district court in Alpena. He’s currently being held at the Alpena County Jail on a $100,000 cash surety bond.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: michigan state policeContinue ReadingPrevious Viral outlet challenge on TikToc causing fire hazardsNext Local basketball team remembers Kobe Bryant
Porter is the younger brother of Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr., who is expected to miss his entire rookie season this year due to a lower-back injury.The youngest Porter’s health could affect his draft stock, so it’s unclear how this development will change his future in basketball. Jontay Porter had an unfortunate accident in Denver on Saturday.The Missouri big man missed the entire 2018-19 season with an ACL injury and has now re-torn it, according to a report from The Kansas City Star. The report states Porter was in Denver for rehab, but his injury occured when he was working out on the court. He has been projected to be a first-round pick should he enter the 2019 draft.The 6-10 big man averaged 9.9 points per game in 2017-18 as a freshman. He helped lead the Tigers to their first NCAA tournament appearance in five years that season, but tore ligaments in his right leg during a scrimmage before his sophomore season.Missouri finished 15-17 without its star in 2018-19.