WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Previous articleSwimming – Limerick’s Doyle wins Athlete of the yearNext articleTwo Limerick sisters brawled outside family home Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie TAGSClarelimerickmissingRoss Minihane RIP NewsOpen verdict in inquest of missing Limerick manBy Staff Reporter – May 31, 2016 1142 Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Email WhatsApp Linkedin Print The late Ross Minihane from LimerickAN inquest into the death of a Limerick man who had been missing from his home for more than three months has returned an open verdict after the Clare Coroner found that it could not be determined what happened in the lead-up to the discovery of his body.Ross Minihane (37) was reported missing from his home on December 17 last year.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up On March 29, his body was found on the banks of the River Shannon at Labasheeda by the crew of the Shannon rescue helicopter.Originally from Rathbane, he had been living in Sixmilebridge for a short period before he went missing.His remains were found when the Shannon coastguard helicopter was on a training exercise near the shore at Colmanstown. Gardaí and the RNLI assisted in the subsequent recovery of the remains.Recognising the clothing that Mr Minihane was wearing from a missing person appeal posted on social media,Garda John Cahill told the Coroner’s Court that he linked the remains to Ross Minihane from a description of his clothing posted in a missing person appeal on social media.DNA profiling confirmed the identity of the remains as being those of the 37-year-old Limerick man.A post-mortem examination was carried out at University Hospital Limerick but it was unable to confirm the cause of death.Clare County Coroner, Isobel O’Dea said that as it was not known what happened to Mr Minihane in the lead up to his death, an open verdict would be recorded by the court.Sympathies were expressed to the family and all those involved in the recovery of Mr Minihane’s remains were thanked as well as Garda Cahill, the Shannon Coastguard and Gardaí at Kildysart. Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Facebook Advertisement Twitter Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
BURLINGTON, Vt.–Champlain College President David F. Finney and Lynne Ballard, dean of Champlain’s Online and Continuing Education Division, announced today that A. Wayne Roberts will join the College as a senior project consultant.The recently retired president of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, Roberts will work directly with the Workforce Development Center at Champlain College to provide financial and marketing consulting as the center launches new adult learning opportunities for the Vermont business community and beyond. Additionally, Roberts will assist in developing new strategic alliances for the College, also targeted to working professionals and their employers.For 20 years, Roberts served as Chamber president in Burlington and recently retired in October. Before his Chamber career, Wayne worked in Washington, D.C., in a variety of high-ranking government positions within the Reagan administration, and he owned several hospitality businesses in Jeffersonville, Vt. Wayne was also a tenured assistant professor in management at Johnson State College, where he helped build a business management program. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Babson College and MBA from University of Massachusetts.”I have been impressed with Wayne’s creative entrepreneurial spirit and business acumen and the College will benefit greatly from his experience as a business leader,” said President Finney.Ballard shared President Finney’s enthusiasm by commenting, “Wayne’s expert, no-nonsense approach will help us launch new initiatives with confidence and in a short timeframe that will truly address the needs of employers.” Champlain College prides itself on having close connections with the business community, preparing its students for career change or advancement, and delivering education that is relevant and experience-based.Champlain College’s Workforce Development Center was established in January 2006 to bring leadership to initiatives that include: delivery of professional education to high-priority industries in the form of new master’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees or professional certificates to meet the needs of a knowledge-intensive, highly skilled workforce; strategic partnerships that connect companies and individuals to educational and training opportunities; and collaboration with economic development partners to create an attractive environment for creative entrepreneurs to stay in Vermont and grow their businesses.For more information about the Workforce Development Center at Champlain College, visit www.champlain.edu/workforce(link is external) or contact Melissa Hersh at (802) 865-5402 and [email protected](link sends e-mail).
February 19, 2020 Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditStanford (16-9, 5-7) vs. Washington (12-14, 2-11)Alaska Airlines Arena, Seattle; Thursday, 10 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Stanford looks to extend Washington’s conference losing streak to nine games. Stanford’s last Pac-12 win came against the Oregon Ducks 70-60 on Feb. 1. Washington lost 67-57 at UCLA in its most recent game. Stanford, Washington look to end streaks FAB FRESHMEN: Washington has relied heavily on its freshmen this year. Isaiah Stewart, Jaden McDaniels, Nahziah Carter and Hameir Wright have combined to account for 68 percent of the team’s scoring this year and 66 percent of all Huskies points over the last five games.TOUGH TO DENY DA SILVA: Across 25 appearances this season, Stanford’s Oscar da Silva has shot 59 percent.SLIPPING AT 68: Stanford is 0-7 when it allows at least 68 points and 16-2 when it holds opponents to less than 68.COMING UP SHORT: Stanford has scored 64.5 points per game and allowed 69.8 over its four-game road losing streak. Washington has lost its last three home games, scoring an average of 72 points while giving up 75.3.DID YOU KNOW: The Stanford defense has allowed only 61.7 points per game to opponents, which is the 18th-best mark in the country. The Washington offense has produced just 69.4 points through 26 games (ranked 206th among Division I teams).___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com