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Dale Bowlin should have bled to death in the snow on Feb. 21, 1945.The Vancouver veteran was 92, however, when he died eight days ago.Those extra years resulted from an ironic few minutes during the U.S. Army’s push into Germany during World War II.Bowlin was grievously wounded by an American artillery shell; he was saved by a German who risked his own life to rescue Bowlin.It’s a story several Columbian writers have told over the years, but it deserves another telling following Bowlin’s death on Nov. 13.The forward artillery observer and three other GIs had been captured by German soldiers when an American artillery shell exploded nearby. A fragment hit the back of his left knee, severing the artery.He crawled toward a German bunker and passed out. He woke up in a German hospital and learned that his left leg had been amputated above the knee.“A German soldier saved my life — a soldier I’d been shooting artillery at 10 minutes earlier,” Bowlin said. “He risked his life instead of staying in that bunker.”Bowlin’s face became familiar at events in local schools and at veterans’ observances. And not just his face. He wasn’t squeamish about his artificial leg. He would show it to kids, describing one high-tech component as his “$42,000 computer-controlled knee.”His willingness to be a role model for amputees was another transition in Bowlin’s life, his daughter said Friday afternoon.“When I was growing up, he was very private about it,” Janet Bowlin said. “My mom told a story about when dad got back to his home town. He was riding a bicycle and heard somebody say, ‘There goes that crippled Bowlin boy.’ ”
The city of Vancouver will have a seat at the tolling table.In response to a letter sent by U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., the Oregon Department of Transportation has invited Vancouver to join its policy advisory committee discussing tolling on Interstates 5 and 205.The Washington State Department of Transportation, which already had a member on the committee, will also be upgraded to full voting member status pending a vote by the Oregon Transportation Commission Oct. 19. The commission last met Friday, the same day Murray sent her letter.“We agree that an open and transparent public process is of the utmost importance. It is our hope that this committee will ensure that voices and concerns from both sides of the Columbia River are heard,” said Tammy Baney, OTC chair, and Matthew Garret, ODOT director, in a letter to Murray. “In addition to the open and transparent work of the committee, we pledge to offer the public opportunity to provide comment throughout the process.”WSDOT had already appointed a representative to the committee: Kris Strickler, WSDOT’s Southwest regional administrator.The city of Vancouver has not yet appointed its representative. But Jan Bader, Vancouver’s program and policy development manager, said getting a seat at the table has been the city’s goal since Oregon approved its $5.3 billion transportation budget. Once the city gets the official word from ODOT, Mayor Tim Leavitt and City Manager Eric Holmes will select the city’s representative.“We’ve been in discussion with ODOT and WSDOT, and while we haven’t received any official word about a voting seat on the committee, the discussions have been positive and we are hopeful to hear a decision soon,” Bader said. “We appreciate Sen. Patty Murray’s support on this issue.”
The first day of spring was sunny in Clark County, and residents went outside to enjoy a favorite pastime.Washougal residents Andy Nosko and Joel Letcher were among them. They went out to Lacamas Lake on Tuesday afternoon, hoping for a bite while fishing in the sunshine.Nosko, who said he has been fishing for 83 years, said he loves to come out to the popular spot when the weather allows.“I can sit here in a chair, it’s not too far, and every once in a while, we catch one,” he said.A taste of winter will return starting Wednesday, with rain and cooler temperatures, forecasters said.
A Monday morning fire at an abandoned home in rural Clark County is being investigated as a crime.According to Deputy Clark County Fire Marshal Caleb Barnes, the fire in the area of Northeast 72nd Avenue and JR Anderson Road appears to have been started intentionally.Clark County Fire & Rescue crews were dispatched about 6 a.m. Monday to the two-story home east of La Center.A passer-by told dispatchers that someone was using a hose to spray water on the fire. But when the first fire engine arrived eight minutes later, no one was in the area of the house, which was fully engulfed in flames, Fire Chief John Nohr told The Columbian earlier this week.There was overgrown vegetation surrounding the home, and the grounds around the building were unkempt, Nohr said.Firefighters searched the house’s first floor but retreated as the fire was spreading quickly. They noted the house was empty and in poor condition.No one was hurt as a result of the fire.Once the fire was extinguished and Barnes got a better look at the damage, he decided to open a criminal investigation. The fire appears to have been started in a stairwell, he said.
Patrick Timm is a local weather specialist. His column appears Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Reach him at http://patricktimm.com. I would say that Saturday was just about a picture-perfect summer day, wouldn’t you? A high of 80 degrees here in Vancouver, gentle summer breezes — can’t get any better than that can it?Today we bid farewell to June on its last day, and climate-wise welcome the real days of summer warmth beginning Monday. However, after another 80-degree day today, a large cool trough of low pressure will be moving inland the next couple of days, and I think we lower into the 70s with another chance of those pesky thundershowers.The main course of action Monday through Wednesday will be over the Cascades, but as we know from last week, always a chance we are lucky and get one here in the lowlands. So, watch the skies when you see those building cumulus clouds.Beginning about the time folks start leaving town, higher pressure builds inland and we warm back up into the 80s lasting right through the long Fourth of July holiday. How about that? A warm toast to a patriotic holiday.June will go into the record books as another dry month, and assuming we receive no rain before midnight, Vancouver will end up with 0.63 inch, 1.16 inches below normal. Our average mean temperature for June was 1 degree above average. Another warm month.
Islam Slimani was loaned to Newcastle United after his unsuccessful spell at Leicester City and Rafael Benitez urged him to improve and show everyone that he belongs to the Premier League.The Algeria international has been struggling since coming to England one and a half year ago from Sporting and a couple of months ago, he was loaned from Leicester City to Newcastle – and Benitez expects great things from him.The former Real Madrid coach spoke about his side’s striker as he said, according to Daily Mail:Virgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.“He is the kind of player who wants to impress and I am sure over the next two months he will try to do his best because it impacts on his future too.”“I think it’s important for us as a team and a club that he does well. But it’s also important for him personally.”“He had a big reputation before Leicester, he scored 29 goals in a season (at Sporting). We were looking at him, we knew he was there, but when you talk about the price you can forget it.”
A miraculous comeback by Barcelona salvaged its unbeaten streak in the 2-2 draw in Sevilla.As expected, Ernesto Valverde didn’t risk with Leo Messi, leaving him on the bench. Sergio Busquets was also unavailable. Coutinho and Dembele joined Luis Suarez in attack, while Paulinho, Rakitic and Iniesta patrolled the middle. Mercado and Escudero started at right and left back for Sevilla. Despite his good form, Ben Yedder was on the bench, with Luis Murriel as the main striker.In the 9th minute, we saw the first chance of the game. Dembele found a running Jordi Alba, a-la Messi style, who then passed the ball to Luis Suarez. He took a one-time shot with his left foot that went just past the post. It was a relatively even matchup at the beginning. Messi’s absence could be felt in Barca’s play. Sevilla appeared motivated and was attempting to create opportunities. In the 21st minute, Angel Correa should’ve scored. He had a free header, but missed the net. Barcelona showed insecurity at the back on several occasions. In the 37th minute, that insecurity resurfaced again when all defenders were stationary and nobody covered Lucas Vazquez inside the box. Angel Correa found him and Sevilla was 1-0 up.In the 44th minute, Pique had a nice chance, but couldn’t find a way to get a leg onto the ball after Alba’s cross. Sevilla went into half-time with the lead, while Barcelona went into the locker room asking itself plenty of questions. The main was how to play without Messi.Fati and Suarez shine against Valencia at Camp Nou Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 15, 2019 With a mesmerizing first half from Ansu Fati and a brace from Luis Suarez in the second half, Barcelona demolished Valencia at Camp Nou.Valencia…The second half started with a substitution. Montella took off Mercado, who was on a yellow card and nearly received a second one, and replaced him with experienced Mexican international Miguel Layun. Messi did not enter the game, but was sent to the sidelines to warm up. In the 50th minute, it was 2-0 Sevilla. Again, the visitor’s defense was stationary, giving a free shot at goal to Escudero. Ter Stegen was positioned well, but the rebound came right onto Muriel’s foot. He took a low shot that was slightly deflected and went into the net off the right post. Barcelona looked ragged and shell-shocked.In the 55th minute, Sevilla had a chance to finish Barcelona off. A failed offside trap meant Navas was all alone. With only the goalkeeper to beat, he outsmarted himself and didn’t even shoot. Eventually, the ball ended up onto Vazquez’s left foot, who missed the net from a very promising position. Messi entered the pitch in the 58th minute and all Sevilla could do was hope that the missed opportunity won’t come back to haunt it.The game really opened up after the second goal. Murriel made a great turn, ran into the penalty area and took a shot that went wide off the net. He somewhat selfishly did the same thing a few minutes later. Barcelona was piling on the pressure, leaving the back exposed to counter attacks. In the 74th minute, Layun was at the end of another one of those counter attacks, his shot missing Ter Stegen’s goal. The Andalusians were closer to a third than the Catalans were to a first. Their unbeaten streak was nearing its end.In the 87th minute, Rakitic hit the woodwork with his head after a Denis Suarez cross. A minute later, Luis Suarez scored an acrobatic goal after a corner kick, giving hope to Barca. Then, a miracle. Messi magic! Not even a minute passed and Messi flew in on a ball and found the corner of Rico’s goal, leveling a match that seemed destined to be lost. Barcelona salvaged its unbeaten streak with an unbelievable comeback. Sevilla probably deserved to win, as it created more chances and was the better opponent, but when you don’t use them, Messi will find a way to punish you.
Blackburn boss Tony Mowbray has decided to focus on the positives after his sides Carabao Cup exit suggesting it is “a blessing in disguise”.Mowbray’s side suffered a 3-2 defeat to the Cherries who recovered from their 4-0 thumping at Burnley.“I’m not sitting here overly concerned about the Carabao Cup,” said Mowbray, who made six changes on the south coast.“We left our front five all at home tonight ready for the weekend, ultimately it’s disappointing because you want to try and win football matches and I thought we competed pretty well.Forgotten football stars – Morten Gamst Pedersen Boro Tanchev – August 25, 2019 Here is another forgotten football star we are going to talk about – the former Blackburn midfielder Morten Gamst Pedersen.“Ultimately, it might be a blessing in disguise to get out of this competition so we don’t have to do five-and-a-half-hour trips down to the south coast so we can concentrate on our league games.”“I thought their penalty was a shocking decision but there you go, we move on, let’s get on the bus, let’s get home and get ready for Saturday,” he added.“I’ve watched it five times, it’s never a penalty in a million years but he’s given it, it’s in the history books, we have to get on with it.”
AC Milan manager Gennaro Gattuso insists his team lacked courage during their defeat to rivals Inter Milan on Sunday.The Rossoneri faced neighbors and rivals Inter at the San Siro in their eight game of the season in the league and lost narrowly to Luciano Spalletti’s side, thanks to a late goal from Mauro Icardi.The Argentina international striker scored the game’s only goal in the 92nd minute to hand Inter a 1-0 victory and their seventh straight win on the bounce.Rumour: Gattuso to Beckham’s Miami George Patchias – August 5, 2019 Gennaro Gattuso turns down Nantes for Miami.According to Football Italia, Walter Senga’s has been appointed as their new manager. This, however, was due to Gattuso’s…Speaking to the reporters after the game, Gattuso said he’s sorry but not resigned, saying his team must turn their attention to the next game.“Inter deserved the points More than we did,” he commented to Sky, as quoted by Gianluca DiMarzio. “But if it ended 0-0, we would be immersed in all the good things we did. We played against a physical team that plays a type of football and that we do not like playing against. They could have dribbled better, but we were afraid.”“From the season began, we have not managed an entire match. Today we went for 92, taking blows the squad did not take advantage of the final 20. We played a lot of useful balls, but we did not score for the technical reasons.”
Watford manager Javi Gracia insists he’s hopeful Christian Kabasele will be available soon, after revealing the defender didn’t suffer a serious injury.Kabasele was in clear pain after he collided with the goalpost during Watford’s 2-1 home loss to Chelsea, as he slid attempting to stop a Willian effort from entering the goal.The Belgium international was substituted off and taken to the hospital later in the first half after leaving the stadium on a stretcher wearing an oxygen mask.Confirming he will miss Saturday’s home game against Newcastle United, Javi Gracia said, according to Harrow Times:What to expect from Watford V Arsenal? Taimoor Khan – September 8, 2019 Arsenal are set to take on Watford this weekend and the game is definitely going to be quite a peculiar contest between two sides…“He’s not training with the team. After the game he didn’t feel well, but now I think he’s only feeling some pain (to his shoulder and back area), but I think he will be ready soon.”However, Gracia did not rule out the possibility of Kabasele being available for next week’s New Year trip to the Vitality stadium to face Bournemouth, but he was optimistic the 27-year-old would available for selection again sooner rather than later.He said: “In this moment I can’t tell you when he will be ready but we now know – because after the game we didn’t know what he had – it’s only pain and I think he will be available for the next games.”
Arsenal legend Emmanuel Petit suggests that a demotivated Mesut Ozil is now just waiting for his retirement after achieving everything he aimed for in footballThe 30-year-old’s future at Arsenal has been regularly questioned in recent months, despite the fact that he had only signed a new lucrative contract last year.Ozil’s agent, Erkut Sogut, recently came out and declared that Ozil could even stay beyond the final two years on his current deal.But, in a career that’s seen Ozil win some of football’s most prestigious prizes, Petit doubts that the German will be sticking around for very long.“I think he lost his motivation and desire,” Petit told the Daily Mirror.“He now looks as if he is just waiting for his retirement. A player losing his motivation happens a lot.“We are not robots. Sometimes you get into a new season and it’s just not the same. It’s very difficult to play at the same level all of the time.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“If you earn so much money, have already won so many titles and, on top of that, if you have problems in your private life… I don’t know what’s going on in his life, but I can see what’s going on out on the pitch and his body language is not good.“It’s a great shame because I hope he can do something not just for himself but also for the club. He’s a beautiful player, but he needs to be loved.“It’s January. In two weeks’ time, the market is closed. I don’t see him leaving the club. Where would he go? To China? Honestly. Do you want to see Ozil finish his career in China?“I’ve nothing against China, but for a player like Ozil, that cannot happen.“I think the club needs Ozil. Ozil needs to understand that and he must get over his frustration and try to fight until the end. To somehow save his pride.”The ex-French midfielder went on to suggest that Ozil’s retirement from international football following Germany’s disastrous World Cup last summer has had a negative effect on him.Ozil has managed three goals and one assist in 13 Premier League games this season.
Bahamas Police takes 10 to court for murders and other crimes, including a couple for cruelty to a child Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales – Jury selection and trial started in the case of 35 year old Romano Giovanni Howell, aka Justice the man who was last year arrested and charged in the murder of Damaris Gomez Martinez of the Dominican Republic. The case from June 10 2013 which started as a missing persons report had a heart wrenching end for family and friends, when the body of the woman was found in bushes along Millennium Highway; a jogger drawn to a foul odour found Damaris’ remains in a box. No cause of death had been released at the time of the arrest and charge. Howell’s murder trial continues in the Provo Supreme court today. Related Items:damaris martinez, justice howell, murder Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Freeport Man Killed in ‘The Ghetto’, Homicide Count Now At 100 Worst fears as a tourist is murdered in Providenciales; ten homicides for 2019
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp PNP open North & Middle Caicos causeway in tribute Recommended for you Red Cross TCI Assiting With Relief Efforts Across the Islands Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales – A $2,000 donation was made to 40 families in North Caicos, identified by the Social Services Department as meeting the criteria for needing help to get back on their feet after the soaking and flooding of TS Cristobal. The Red Cross saying they walked into the open doors of Graceway IGA with a request and walked out with the 40 gift cards which will be distributed to those families. IGA is no stranger to stepping up with food and supplies for storm victims, and while the count is still not in for Provo families who were deemed in need of help… these North Caicos households will benefit from the donation made yesterday at the Leeward store. Related Items:Graceway IGA, North caicos, Red Cross TCI, Ts cristobal New Government contracts mean new clinic for Kew in North Caicos
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Turks and Caicos named in Cayman Islands fraud investigation Related Items:finacial services commission, hiroko oura, International Monetary Fund, kevin higgins Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciaes, 28 Apr 2015 – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) team which spent two weeks in country conducting a financial services health check-up is calling for modern, stronger legislation and more aggressive supervision. Hiroko Oura, Team leader for the Financial Assessment Program was summoned to the country by the government for this sort of progress report and yesterday morning presented those stern recommendations to the government. Oura said the Financial Services Commission needs to be more intrusive, ask more questions so that it better examines the state of any and all financial institutions. The six member team, which was not paid to do this assessment, believes this bolder approach would reduce the likelihood of company failures as we saw with TCI Bank. Media in that debriefing yesterday afternoon also learned that country legislation does little to empower the FSC. Ms. Oura said passing the requisite bills into law is a matter of urgency. These measures, it was expressed, would do much to protect the small policy or account holder. Because the Turk and Caicos is not a member of the IMF, Managing Director of the FSC, Kevin Higgins shared that to get the team in was quite fortunate as his team presses toward to the goal of eventually instituting Depositors’ Insurance; a mandate he said former Governor Gordon Wetherell committed to following the collapse of TCI Bank. Nigueal Streete to take reigns of FSC with Higgins departure IMF report gives warning and suggestion to refund insurance company clients
Related Items:biggest loser challenge, Carambola Express, Club Med, Flamingo Pharmacy, Graceway Sports Center, NW Hamilton, parrot cay, point grace, Provo road runners, West Bay Club Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 11 May 2015 – Nutrition, exercise plus commitment… if you do these things you can be successful; that was the opening message for the dozens of residents of Providenciales who signed up for a weight loss and health program which spans six weeks. The Provo Road Runners Biggest Loser Challenge is launched and it is all about making a lifestyle commitment to dropping those unnecessary and unhealthy extra pounds. Corporate TCI came on board to make the event happen in concert with Provo Road Runners, a group which started four years ago with some walkers turned joggers turned half marathoners and even full marathoners. Among the companies making the challenge possible are NW Hamilton, Parrot Cay, Club Med, Point Grace, Flamingo Pharmacy, West Bay Club, Graceway Sports Center and Carambola Express. Once the small registration is paid, there are free workouts, nutrition seminars and group challenges. Besides a slimmer healthier you, there is the motivation of cash prizes for the three biggest losers – first place gets $1,000. The Provo Road Runners Biggest Loser wraps up June 6th… just in time for participants to sport more svelte summer bodies. Parrot Cay vacation for newlyweds Vergara & Manganiello Recommended for you Caribbean Food and Wine Festival goes to Gourmet Safari Many Nominations for TCI Hotels in World Travel Awards Gala
TCI: Judge rules there is ‘a case’; all nine defendants will go to trial in September Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 10 Sept 2015 – In the headlines Peoples Democratic Movement Leader, Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson stated in a press release in reference to the September 7th Town Hall Meeting in Provo that members of the PDM were made aware of the meetings through social media but no one was invited in his/her official capacity.Robinson said that her team remains committed to the process and to the acceptance of the offer by the UK Minister’s invitation to engage as oppose to the current Governments’ intention to hold a referendum on the relationship with the UK.In regards to special funding for the SIPT the PDM Leader said that The Government should be able to obtain information on SIPT’s broad expenditure without compromising its work.Robinson pointed out that the Immigration Bill must be carefully approached ensuring that it guarantees that Turks and Caicos Islanders are protected. Related Items:people’s democratic movement, sharlene cartwright-robinson, Sipt, town hall meeting Recommended for you NHIP controversy sparks rumors of PDM unrest, Premier denies allegations
School fire reveals serious cracks in emergency response in Grand Turk Salt Cay being ignored, Member & Native demand better Related Items:Derek Rolle, edwin astwood Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, August 11, 2016 – There was an official roll out last night of the PDM candidates for the Grand Turk and Salt Cay districts of ED 1 which is in the North and ED 2 which is south GT and Salt Cay.Incumbent Edwin Astwood will aim to keep his spot and Derek Rolle, who ran in 2012 in GT North will try again for the Peoples Democratic Movement.Party Leader, Sharlene Cartwright Robinson says change is on the horizon, and that Grand Turk has for too long been neglected, adding that the people deserve more. Both Astwood and Rolle were described by the PDM Leader as having vision. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Kevino Smith protests to continue Thursday at Parliament