Newsx Adverts Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApp Twitter Twitter Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Previous articleNominations close for Donegal SW by-electionNext articleAA: Speed cameras not a money making venture + Donegal locations News Highland James Reilly has no faith in NAMA completing hospital works Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ Facebook Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire By News Highland – November 12, 2010 Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Fine Gael’s Health spokesperson Deputy James Reily has said he has no faith in NAMA ensuring that work on the new Letterkenny Genera Hospital emergency department will be completed.McNamara construction, building the new departmen\ at the Hospital has ceased work on all it’s current projects and a receiver has been appointed by NAMA to the company.Mc Namara is believed to have overall debts of 1.5 billion euro.Reacting Deputy Niall Blaney said the government has committed the money to complete the job and NAMA will get someone else in to finish the job.However Deputy Reilly says he has no faith in NAMA doing so.[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/reillhospital.mp3[/podcast] Google+ Facebook
Stop Your Crying Jimbo Mathus Audio PlayerLizanne KnottCome For The KillUse Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.00:000:00 / 3:12 Deep Water Horizon The Batture Boys 4:27 2:37 7:14 3:12 Harvest and the Plough Kaia Kater Hook Me Up ft. Robert Randolph Ana Popovic Right Where You’re At Jared Hard How I Used To Try Don Tigra 4:07 My everyday alter ego is mild mannered teacher of fifth grade math students, so when a cool story involving a kid comes along, I can’t leave it alone.“Radiant,” the title track from Doug and Telisha Williams, the duo that forms that heart and soul of Wild Ponies, was co-written with Mariah Moore, a twelve year old student the Williamses met while working with a Country Music Hall of Fame program for kids.Veteran music duo writes song with pre-teen? Said song becomes the title track of their new record?That’s just awesome.Trail Mix is excited to be featuring Wild Ponies’ “Born With A Broken Heart” on this month’s mix. Fans can catch the band at Rooster Walk at the end of this month.Another cool addition to this month’s mix is the brand new tune from Kaia Kater, “Harvest And The Plough.” Kater, a product of the Davis & Elkins College Appalachian Ensemble, which was recently profiled on NPR, delivers a stark, haunting take on old time banjo and Appalachian music. Be sure to check out her new record, Nine Pin.Jimbo Matthus returns to Trail Mix this month, as do two of our good friends from the world of progressive bluegrass, Front Country and Fruition.Also on this mix are great new tracks from Lizanne Knott, Jared Hard, Don Tigra, The Bills, The Lark & The Loon, The Haunted Windchimes, Terri Hendrix, Mosaics, The Batture Boys, The Quaker City Night Hawks, and Elliot Lipp.Stay tuned to the Trail Mix blog. This month there are chats with Al Scorch, Ana Popovic, and New Madrid on tap, and there tickets to see Susto at Asheville’s Tiger Mountain for you to win.And, of course, please get out there and buy music from these great artists. Without your support, they cannot continue making the great music that they then share here on Trail Mix. Help spread the word, buy a concert ticket, share a track with a friend, and snag a record or two from your favorite local record shop. 3:21 3:30 Embed 3:27 5:11 Love You Strong Terri Hendrix 2:44 3:20 Everybody Out Al Scorch Under The Light Of The Moon The Lark And The Loon Labor of Love Fruition 4:05 Not Quite Awake Eliot Lipp 3:57 Come For The Kill Lizanne Knott Born With A Broken Heart Wild Ponies Summer Belles New Madrid Boys of Summer Front Country Everybody’s Talking The Haunted Windchimes 3:57 5:20 3:15 Hittin’ the Do The Bills Mockingbird Quaker City Night Hawks Year of Valor MOSAICS 3:19 Cosmic Cowboy Susto 4:14 2:52 3:10 Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.
Board nominates nine for examiners September 15, 2002 Regular News Board nominates nine for examiners Nine lawyers have been nominated to the Supreme Court for three vacancies on the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.The Board of Governors last month approved the nine lawyers recommended by a special screening committee, and forwarded the names to the court, which will make the final selection. The three chosen will serve five-year terms starting November 1.Nominated were Janet W. Benke of Ocala, Alexander Caballero of Tampa, Mary Beth Cantrell of Orlando, Matthew R. Danahy of Tampa, Zala L. Foriza of Tampa, Miguel Manuel de la O of Miami, David Mesnekoff of Miami, Frank Nussbaum of Miami, and Alan F. Wagner of Tampa.
For more information, click here. The Maine-Endwell Central School District says the decision is was due to a confirmed COVID-19 case involving a middle school student. ENDWELL (WBNG) — The Maine-Endwell Middle School will learn remotely on Wednesday, Dec. 2. Officials say contact tracing has begun, and they will notify families on Wednesday if the school will continue remote instruction.