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Jamestown Duo Facing Drug Charges Following Overnight Traffic Stop

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now Stock Image.JAMESTOWN – Two Jamestown residents are facing several drug charges after officers allegedly recovered meth and fentanyl during a traffic stop overnight.Jamestown Police say 27-year-old Michael Krause and 29-year-old Kyle Lewis were pulled over for alleged traffic violations in the area of Forest and Prather Avenues just before 2 a.m. on Saturday.Officers say while speaking with the duo they allegedly observed drug paraphernalia and open alcohol containers inside the vehicle.Through further investigation police say they recovered a quantity of meth and fentanyl; along with digital scales and drug packaging materials. Once at city jail, police allege they found additional drugs hidden on Lewis.Both are charged with two counts of second-degree criminally using drug paraphernalia.Lewis is additionally charged with third, fifth and seventh-degrees criminal possession of a controlled substance; while Krause issued numerous traffic tickets.Krause was released on appearance tickets and Lewis was held in Jamestown City Jail pending arraignment in the case.last_img read more

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Ursulo Hernandez, Jr., 69, Wellington: Jan. 5, 1946 – May 7, 2015

first_imgUrsulo HernandezUrsulo C. “Fred” Hernandez, Jr., of Wellington, died Thursday, May 7, 2015 at Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice in Wichita at the age of 69.He was born the son of Ursulo, Sr. and Rebecca (Abasolo) Hernandez on Saturday, January 5, 1946 in Wellington.Survivors include his daughters: Lisa Hernandez and Wendy Hernandez both of Wichita, brother, Alex Hernandez and his wife Hope of Wellington, sisters: Esther Scobee of Wellington, Gloria Huck and her husband John of Branch, Arkansas, Mary Rios and her husband Joe of Junction, Texas, brother, John Robert Hernandez of Wichita and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, sisters: Julia Tapia and Charlotte Torres and brother, Joe Hernandez.Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Sunday, May 10, 2015.Recitation of the Holy Rosary will begin at 7:00 p.m., Sunday evening, May 10, 2015 in the chapel of Day Funeral Home & Crematory.Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Monday, May 11, 2015 in Prairie Lawn Cemetery, Wellington.A memorial fund has been established in his loving memory to Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice. Contributions may be mailed or left with the funeral home.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info.Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.last_img read more

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President assures State will find employment for youths

first_imgresident David Granger on Monday shelved assertions made by critics that his Government has gone back on their promise to generate employment, especially for youths. He stated that the Sustainable Livelihood and Entrepreneurial Development Initiative (SLED) is proof that they are doing something good.President David Granger speaking with a Region Three entrepreneur about his products on display on MondayThe President insisted that the Administration has re-embarked on a strategy to prepare youths for the world of work, highlighting the SLED initiative emphasises the Government’s policy by encouraging entrepreneurship, particularly for the youths.“It contradicts the criticisms that this Administration has no plan for the unemployed and the underemployed,” he said, while delivering his key note address at the award ceremony for trainees of the SLED initiative at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre. President Granger stated that the SLED initiative re-enforces the Administration’s efforts to harness economic development in communities.Of recent, the Government, which was put into office via a pro-youth platform with promises of employment of thousands, has come under heavy criticism about its 180 degree turn from its 2015 election manifesto promise.President Granger himself had announced that creating jobs for people was not the Government’s business, a line which was echoed by Finance Minister Winston Jordan.“Job seekers should go to the small business place and start a business instead of looking for a job,” Jordan was quoted as saying.However, the Government took a sudden turn on Monday when Granger declared that if employment; the principal means for people to escape from poverty; is unavailable, then the youths will tumble. “This Administration is committed to generating employment. The pre-independence Administration decried a legacy of youth unemployment,” he noted, stating that there were many attempts by that Government to train young people for the world of work.He stated that since its election into office, the Administration has funded several youth development projects aimed at generating employment through entre The Administration, he said, in order to reduce unemployment, also launched the billion dollar youth employment programme in the hinterlands, which saw 2000 young people in 106 communities being able to access knowledge and grants for entrepreneurship.He added that their aim is to establish a youth enterprise network in every town, not only in Linden.“SLED, the HEYS and the LEN are all part of this administration’s grand strategy to employ young people,” he said, noting that the strategy stands on a bipod of education and entrepreneurship.He stated that the Government is cognisant that education unlocks opportunities for young people and that employers would often complain that young applicants do no posses the skills to fill vacancies. Therefore, he indicated that it is vital to improve education and training for those who did not do well in their examinations.He stated that the Central Recruitment and Man Power Agency, which is part of Ministry of Social Protection, registered 3430 job seekers in 2015 and placement was found for 89 per cent of them.“The State will do all things necessary to find employment for the youths, public service together with the private sector and foreign companies must combine their energies to generate more employment,” he added.On the other end, Member of Parliament, Irfaan Ali, has stated that based on the Government’s previous stance that they are not accountable for generating employment, it is absolutely clear that they “have no intention of fulfilling its promise to the youth by providing them with better paying jobs that would offer the kind of satisfaction our ministers enjoy from the 50 per cent increase in salary. Instead the coalition government seems to be more interested in deluding the youths again by parroting ‘entrepreneurship’ as the panacea for youth unemployment.”He said, while one cannot dispute that entrepreneurship may help in reducing unemployment in Guyana, it should be noted that the government is simply loud on the rhetoric but silent with on offering fiscal and other measures to assist entrepreneurs and small businesses.SLED works by distributing interest-free cash grants to registered groups and associations, needing the economic boost to improve their economic enterprises. SLED also works with non-profit organisations, like the Canadian funded Caribbean Local Economic Development Project (CARILED), to provide training and capacity building to beneficiaries of the grants.last_img read more

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Spinal Tap liked 11% milkfat, yes?

first_imgWant to surprise your audience into paying attention? Here is a great example.Suppose you’re trying to sell milk in a way that is cooler than those mustaches, which are getting old. How about irony? How about shades of Spinal Tap and a retro young ironic hip cool vibe?How about… putting milk inside a guitar? In the hands of a musical phenom by the name of White Gold?Talk about zigging instead of zagging… You’ve got to love this Got Milk? campaign for California.last_img

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