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first_imgPacquiao to return April 9 against Bradley LAS VEGAS (AP): Manny Pacquiao will return to the ring April 9 for the first time since losing to Floyd Mayweather Jr., and it will be against a familiar foe. Promoter Bob Arum said Wednesday that Pacquiao will fight Timothy Bradley at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas for a third time in his first bout since losing a decision to Mayweather in the richest fight ever. Pacquiao re-injured a shoulder in that fight and was ineffective against Mayweather in dropping the unanimous decision. Technically, the fight with Bradley will be the rubber match of their three-fight series. However, most in boxing believe Pacquiao won the first fight in 2012 easily – the judges gave it to Bradley – and was largely dominant in the rematch, which he won by decision. Top rank spokesman Lee Samuels said the pay-per-view fight has not officially been signed, but that both fighters had agreed to terms and would be signing soon. Pacquiao was given a $2 million advance on his guaranteed $20 million purse, Samuels said. Messi scores in 500th game for Barca BARCELONA, Spain (AP): Lionel Messi scored in his 500th match for Barcelona to help them ease past Real Betis 4-0 on Wednesday and ensure they kept the lead of the Spanish league to conclude a superb year for the Catalan club. Barcelona broke a run of consecutive draws in the league to cap one of their best years in club history. Before kick-off Andres Iniesta paraded the recently won Club World Cup trophy, their fifth title won in 2015. The four goals scored took the year’s tally to 180, bettering Madrid’s milestone of 178 from 2014. “It was a spectacular year, and we wanted to finish it in the same way,” Messi said. “It will be complicated to better this, but like always we will try to do so.” Messi recovered from a hard knock with Antonio Adan that was ruled a penalty against the Betis goalkeeper, by scoring Barcelona’s second goal, after an own goal put the Catalan side on its way. CAS rejects appeal from Musa Bility LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP): The Court of Arbitration for Sport has dismissed Musa Bility’s appeal to overturn his exclusion from the FIFA presidential election. Bility, who is from Liberia, failed to make the field after failing an integrity check. FIFA’s election monitoring panel ruled the Liberian football federation president ineligible last month. No reason was publicly given, but Bility said a previous criminal allegation against him was dismissed by a Liberian court. CAS says it will release the grounds for its decision early this year. FIFA has approved five candidates for the election to be held on February 26. Michel Platini, who has been handed an eight-year ban but still hopes to run for FIFA presidency, is also expected to appeal to CAS. Monfils out of Hopman Cup with leg injury PERTH, Australia (AP): Gael Monfils has withdrawn from the Hopman Cup mixed team event due to an unspecified leg injury and will be replaced by French compatriot Kenny de Schepper. It was not clear whether the injury would prevent the 24th-ranked Monfils from competing in the Australian Open beginning January 18 in Melbourne. Hopman Cup tournament director Paul Kilderry said yesterday “it’s unfortunate to hear Gael is unable to play in Perth … we wish him well over the next couple of weeks ahead of the Aussie Open.” De Schepper and his partner Caroline Garcia play their first match Monday against the Britain team of Andy Murray and Heather Watson. Serena Williams and Jack Sock open for the United States, also on Monday, against Elina Svitolina and Alexandr Dolgopolov of Ukraine.last_img read more

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‘Fan’ Valdez says team has a lot of fight to show

first_imgCONTRIBUTED PHOTOAlyssa Valdez has been, arguably, the face of Philippine volleyball for the past few years. But on Sunday the Phenom will be the one doing the admiring.The Filipino superstar will be facing off against the resolute leader of Korean volleyball, Kim Yeon-koung, and Valdez admits she’s a fan of the Fenerbahce hitter.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “I’ve been watching her as a fan, and I’m really excited playing against Korea,” said Valdez as the team prepares for the quarterfinals of the AVC Asian Senior Women’s Volleyball Championship in Biñan, Laguna.Valdez believes the game against Korea will help sharpen the Philippines for the future.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“We all know that Korea is a well-known team in international volleyball and playing against such an experienced team will be a great lesson for us players.”After this tournament, the Philippines will fly to Kuala Lumpur for the Southeast Asian Games, where it hopes to gain a podium finish. 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ LATEST STORIES Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Alyssa Valdez stays positive despite PH loss in volleyball opener PLAY LIST 01:14Alyssa Valdez stays positive despite PH loss in volleyball opener00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Teen gunned down in Masbate Stay hungry, Chot urges PH Albay to send off disaster response team to Batangas View comments 2 nabbed in Bicol drug stings End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend MOST READ Valdez, who leads the Philippines in scoring with 14 points a game, will look to swing the Philippines back into the win column after suffering a disappointing three-set loss to Kazakhstan at the end of the group stages.The Filipinos’ 25-23, 25-20, 25-19 defeat left them at second in Pool A with a 1-1 record while Korea, despite sitting out Kim for the first two group stage games, went 3-0 to top Pool C.And while Valdez played in all of the Philippines’ games, Kim played in just one as she had to rest after playing for nearly a month in the FIVB World Grand Prix.Valdez knows that the 79th-ranked Philippines will be a definitive underdog against the 10th best team in the world.“It’s going to be a tougher second round because there’s Korea, Vietnam but we’re here to fight,” said Valdez. “We’re here to learn, we’re here to win, we’re here to fight.”ADVERTISEMENT “We’ll just continue fighting because this tournament is far from over.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Vilma Santos, Luis Manzano warn public of fake account posing as herlast_img read more

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National Veterans’ Commission to commence hearings today

first_imgThe Commission of Inquiry that was tasked by President David Granger with examining the conditions and circumstances facing veterans of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), the Guyana People’s Militia and the Guyana National Service (GNS) is set to commence formal interviews today.This Commission is scheduled to conclude in October. This was announced by Chairman of the Commission, retired Colonel Desmond Roberts on Tuesday at a press conference at the Department of Public Service in Waterloo Street, Georgetown. The first set of persons lined up to be interviewed are the present heads of services as well as former chiefs of staff of the GDF, including Rear Admiral (Ret’d) Gary Best and Retired Major Generals Norman McLean and Michael Atherley.“We don’t want to see our veterans on the streets. It happened in several countries where veterans are among majority of the homeless. We do not want to see that in Guyana. We want to provide housing, entrepreneurial opportunities and good jobs if they need it, because they leave at 40 years old, they are still young people,” Colonel Roberts said.Additionally, the Commission will be examining ways to improve the Veterans’ Home and other issues, including the benefits provided to the families of those who are deceased and displaced records of veterans’ contributions to the National Insurance Scheme (NIS).The Commission’s Secretary, Colonel Denzil Carmichael informed that so far, 34 summons have been sent out by the Commission to the Joint Services, the Private Sector and the private banking institutions. This was followed by a two-week sensitisation programme to assist persons in preparing written submissions.He added that the Commission would be visiting Regions One, Two, Five and Six, and the main military bases (Seweyo, Stevenson and Ayanganna) to interact with and get the views of current officers. The Commission will also be working closely with the Guyana Veterans Legion and the Regional Offices to reach out to as many veterans as possible, including those in the hinterland. The Commission will also be hearing from Guyanese veterans living overseas.The Commission, in a release, stated that some veterans “have been adversely affected by a life of privation, exposure to unhealthy conditions and extended periods of away from home and career development opportunities. Their sacrifice and service to their country should not be ignored”.Last year, at a Remembrance Day reception, President Granger announced the convening of a National Veterans’ Commission to look into the living conditions of veterans and make recommendations for improvements. On that occasion, he also announced the return of a fixed annual State subvention for the Guyana Veterans’ Legion.The Head of State is firmly of the view that young military officers must know that they can look forward to a comfortable and dignified retirement.last_img read more

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APRIL FOOLS – Energeticcity.ca to cease publication online, begin as a newspaper only publication

first_img– Increase electricity consumption by running a printing press 24×7 in order to expedite the demand for power so that Site C can be built as soon as possible. We thank you for your patronage over the past as we’ve been an online-only news source, but we feel the time is right to make a transition to being a real news source. – Advertisement – Research shows that during difficult economic times, people prefer to sit down with a newspaper and read about how glum the world is, instead of logging on the internet or pulling out their expensive iPhones to check what is happening in their own community. The federal and provincial government has made available a number of lucrative grants to entities such as Energetic City to help us through these difficult times and abandon useless technology while furthering important government priorities such as: UPDATE – Today is April 1st, April Fools.  Energeticcity.ca isn’t going anywhere any time soon.  Enjoy the Easter Long Weekend from all of us at Energeticcity.ca It is with this changing reality that the owners of Energeticcity.ca are announcing that effective tomorrow, Energeticcity.ca will cease publishing online and will become a Newspaper. The new Energetic City newspaper will be published four times a day and delivered by a team of 200 full time newspaper carriers. – Support the Forestry industry by cutting down as many trees as possible in order to restart paper mills across the province and increase stumpage fees.center_img To apply as a newspaper carrier, please send your resume to contact@energeticcity-beta.mystagingwebsite.com. We thank all applicants for their interested but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Energeticcity.ca broke onto the Fort St. John scene nearly two years ago as an online-only source of news. At the time, the Internet was expected to be a revolution to how we would communicate as a human race. Energetic City News, “The only not-online newspaper to give a tinkers dam about the Peace” is currently conducting a recruiting drive to find people interested in becoming one of our 200 new Newspaper Carriers. Former newspaper publisher and current Mayor of Fort St. John, Bruce Lantz although not unemployed, expressed interest in picking up a paper route as a part time gig in order to compensate for the freeze on council salaries imposed during these tough economic times. Lantz was turned down during the screening process because he is not tall enough and will have trouble reaching mailboxes. – Hire as many people as possible to print and deliver the newspaper in a new economic stimulus plan modelled after Franklin Roosevelt’s “New Deal”. Pundits said the internet would change the world and replace television, radio and newspapers. With the world wide recession that started in late 2008, the economics of publishing content online-only have been challenged.last_img read more

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Spirit of the Peace set to mark 10 years Friday night

first_imgThe Spirit of the Peace Powwow runs from June 12 to 14 at the Taylor Ice Centre. Kick off begins at 7 p.m. Friday. The event starts at 1 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.The event is free, and will feature a number of dance and drumming competitions, and more. Just 100 dancers participated in the event’s first year. Last year, nearly 400 from across the province and the United States descended upon the powwow, and just as many are anticipated this year.But Greyeyes says its the youth who have helped to push the event year after year — more than 20 are involved this year — coming out in growing numbers to volunteer their time and learn more about their history.“It’s so important to make sure that youth come there and have that exposure to their culture and their traditions,” Greyeyes says.“It’s been awesome. It nurtures volunteerism in them and a sense of pride in who they are.”They’ve also taken a keen lead in ensuring the powwow remains a drug and alcohol-free event, on the lookout for those that are under the influence and asking them to leave.Advertisement “It is a very big year for us,” says Greyeyes, president of Spirit of the Peace Powwow Society.“After the first couple of years, we could have never imagined keeping on going and getting support for this event.”Indeed, that support has grown year over year, from the number of visitors to the number of dancers to the number of volunteers to the number of vendors that sell their food, their crafts, and their art.“We’ve seen that little powwow grow to maybe a couple hundred people to upwards of 3,000 people who come through the doors,” says Greyeyes.Advertisementcenter_img Ten years ago, you would have had to drag Connie Greyeyes out to volunteer her time at the Spirit of the Peace Powwow, then a fledgling event celebrating indigenous culture and cuisine.Of course, things were different for Greyeyes back then, as she was struggling to stay sober and overcome addiction issues, and mourning the death of her father. She hadn’t even been to a powwow before.But, her sister did the dragging, and it’s put Greyeyes on a journey ever since.- Advertisement -“I didn’t quite know what to expect, I was in a lot of grief and pain,” Greyeyes says.“But, I found that when I went through my first grand entry, I felt that my dad was there. It was the most spiritual thing I’ve ever experienced. I was so grateful for it and I’m still grateful for it.”Today, Greyeyes continues to run the show as she has for the last several years, and will see the event mark its 10th year in the North Peace community when the grand entry celebrations kick off at the Taylor Ice Centre at 7 p.m. this Friday.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Like father, like son? Zidane junior misses panenka penalty

first_img1 Zinedine Zidane Zinedine Zidane is widely regarded as one of the finest players of his generation.The Frenchman’s final appearance on the biggest stage of all may have ended in controversy after he attempted to dismember Italy’s Marco Materazzi with his bald bonce during the 2006 World Cup final, but the mercurial midfielder also gave us a glorious moment to remember him by in that game.Lest anyone forget, he gave Les Bleus the lead courtesy of a coolly-taken Panenka penalty that clipped the top of the crossbar before rebounding in, just inches over Gianluigi Buffon’s goalline.His son Luca, who is now a goalkeeper, must have been watching.The 17-year-old is currently on Real Madrid’s books, along with his brothers Enzo, Theo and Elyaz (they’d have one hell of a family five-a-side team), but has also chosen to represent France.Zidane Junior has impressed between the sticks during his nation’s European Under-17 Championship campaign, but ended up with egg on his face during a semi-final penalty shoot out.Having saved two of Belgium’s three spot kicks, the shot stopper stepped up to take an effort himself. However, his cheeky Panenka attempt cannoned back off the crossbar. Oops.Fortunately for Zidane, he dusted himself off and saved Ismail Azzaoui’ penalty to pave France’s progression to the final, the lucky devil.last_img read more

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PERFECT DATE FOR FUTURE BRIDES AND GROOMS AT VILLA ROSE WEDDING FAYRE

first_imgThe 4 star, Villa Rose Hotel in Ballybofey, Co Donegal are holding their annual wedding fayre on Sunday, February 1st from 1-4pm.Showcasing over 40 top exhibitors from the wedding industry, the Villa Rose wedding fayre is an unmissable event for prospective wedding couples.Their dedicated wedding co-ordinators Rhonda & Nicole will be in attendance on the day to help with every aspect of wedding day planning. Take this opportunity to view their fine ballroom, civil wedding suite, bridal suites and wedding gardens. While you are there meet with their entire professional wedding team.The Villa Rose is a family owned, boutique, spa hotel located in the centre of Ballybofey.It has earned its reputation as Donegal’s finest wedding venue with first class food accompanied by elegant surroundings and top class service.An ideal venue for all wedding styles from small intimate gatherings and in-house civil ceremonies to large traditional family weddings. The hotel maintains high standards with only one wedding a day making the bride & groom the only priority on their special day.If you can’t make the wedding fayre simply contact Rhonda or Nicole on +353749132266 or email weddings@villarose.net and they will schedule a one to one appointment to discuss your wedding needs.         PERFECT DATE FOR FUTURE BRIDES AND GROOMS AT VILLA ROSE WEDDING FAYRE was last modified: January 22nd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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CONVOY BOXING CLUB PUNCHING ABOVE ITS WEIGHT

first_imgMembers of Convoy ABC at their recent awards evening.Convoy Boxing Club has been a focal point for the local community for many years now.The club held its annual awards in St Mary’s Hall last week and the event was a huge sucess.Guest speaker on the night was renowned boxing stalwart Peter O’Donnell. Peter paid tribute to the dedication of the coaches, Dominic McCafferty, Joe Morris, Eddie McCafferty, Paul Crawford and Roger McElhinney and said the club is in good hands for the future.He also acknowledged the contribution to the club by members from the youngest novice to the more senior and in particular the clubs triple Irish Champion Bryan McNamee.Recipients of awards wereMost Improved – Ryan Ward Trainee of the Year – John ReidClub person of the year – Keenan GibsonBoxer of the year – Bryan McNameeConvoy ABC coaches Dominic and Eddie McCafferty with awards winners John Reid, Ryan Ward, Bryan McNamee and Keenan Gibson. CONVOY BOXING CLUB PUNCHING ABOVE ITS WEIGHT was last modified: October 21st, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Convoy Boxing Clublast_img read more

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LADIES GAA: TERMON’S SISTER ACT TAKES THEM TO VICTORY OVER CLOCH CHEANN FHAOLA

first_imgJunior Ladies All-County  LeagueTERMON 4– 13   CLOCH CHEANN FHAOLA   2–6BY JAMES TREARTY IN TERMON Termon’s Ladies Sister act  propels them to victoryTermon fielded an astonishing four sets of  sisters in this win over Cloch Cheann Fhaola .Not to be out-done in the statistics – the visitors fielded two mother and daughter combinations of their own.Maura and Martina Kelly, Debra and Celine McDaid, Caroline and Roseleen  Gallagher,  Anne, Lisa and Aileen McGlynn were too  strong for Clough Chean  Fhola  at  the  Burn Road  on  Friday evening  in  a  trilling   junior  Ladies  football  game.    End  to  end  stuff  was the  order  of  the  day  with  Karen  Feeney   Cloch Cheann Fhaola’s  and Termon’s  Grainne  Mc  Cafferty   providing  the  supporters  of  both  teams  with  some  fine  moments. Aoife Ryan  from  another  famous footballing  family opened  Termon’s  account  on five  minutes, only   for  Catriona  Coyle  to  level  matters.Then  in  what  would  be  an  unique  combination on  the  field  of play   where  mother  and  daughter  Mary  and  Amy  Harkin  combined   for  the  former county  star  Mary  to  score   Cloch Cheann Fhaola ‘s opening goal  to put  some  light  between  the  teams.  Termon  clawed  back  a  point only  to  see  Lauren  Gallagher net  for  the  visitors  following  some  poor  Termon  defensive  work.   Cloch Cheann Fhaola  who  were  now in  the  ascendency wasted many  chances before  up  stepped  the  youthful  Holly  Mc  Daid.  with  a point.Laura  Gallagher  replied  before  Lisa  Mc Glynn  put  Termon  ahead  with  a fine  goal.  Holly  Mc Daid  provided  Grainne  Mc Cafferty  with  two  passes  which  Mc Cafferty  converted  with  style, to leave  halftime  Termon  2–5  Falcarragh  2–2First  out  of  the  traps  were  Termon  in the  second  half  with  Sharon  Mc Glynn  adding  to  Termon  account,  Holly  Mc  Daid  and  the  play  everywhere  Karen  Feeney  exchanged  points , before  the  move  of  the  game  commenced.  Orla  Trearty  intercepted a  goal  bound  shot.  Her  clearance  reached  Shauna  Kelly on  the  twenty  metre  line.  Kelly   inter passed the  length  of  the  field  before  placing   a lob  over  Catriona  Mountgomery   in the   Cloch Cheann Fhaola  goal . Feeney  replied with  a  minor  for  Falcarragh before  Anne  mc Glynn put  matters  beyond  Falcarragh’s  reach   with  a  goal.  Grainne  Mc Cafferty   and  Roseleen  Gallagher  extended  Termon  lead before   Karen  Feeney  replied  for  Falcarragh.  In the  dying  moments Mary  Harkin   had  a minor  for  Falcarragh when  a  goal looked possible  to   leave  the  final  score  Termon 4–13  Falcarragh  2–6This  score line  did  not  reflect   Cloch Cheann Fhaola ‘s  contribution  to  this  game. Indeed  in  the  opening  quarter Cloch Cheann Fhaola  were  to   the fore  in  all sections  and  indeed  the  management  team can  take  heart  from  a  fine  display  particularly  from  Karen  Feeney, Catriona  Coyle, and  Amy  Harkin  while  up  front  Mary  Harkin Edel  Curran  and Lauren  Gallagher  tried  hard. Termon  who had a  mix of  experience  and  youth  tried  hard  and  once  Harry  Mc Glynn’s  charges settled and   got  to  grips  with the  fast  running Falcarragh  team in  the  opening  quarter Termon’ s  experience  showed. The  Kelly  sisters  Maura   and  Martina were strong  in defence. At   midfield Grainne Mc cafferty and Sharon  Mc Laughlin had a  great hour  while  up  front   Helen Vickery was  very  forceful  with  Holly  Mc Daid, Shauna  Kelly  and  the  Mc Glynn  sisters  the  pick of  the  rest.An Tearmann – Caroline Gallagher , Maura Kelly , Orlaith Trearty , Martina kelly , Niamh Callaghan , Shauna kelly , Grainne McDaid , Sharon McLaughlin , Aoife Ryan , Anne McGlynn , Holly McDaid , Helen Vickery , Lisa McGlynn , Molly Callaghan , Christina Coyle , Debra Mc Daid , Celine McDaid , Roseleen Gallagher , Shannagh kelly , Aileen McGlynn.Cloch Cheann Fhaola – Caitriona Montgomery , Barbara Ferry , Kelly McFadden , Andrea Cox , Caroline Diver , Tara Ferry , Karen Feeney , Caitriona Coyle , Amy Harkin , Laura Gallagher , Roseleen McGinley , Mary Harkin , EdelCurran Agnes Curran.DID YOU KNOW? You can send reports on your team, club or sport to info@donegaldaily.com? Please do. LADIES GAA: TERMON’S SISTER ACT TAKES THEM TO VICTORY OVER CLOCH CHEANN FHAOLA was last modified: April 14th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:LADIES GAA: TERMON’S SISTER ACT TAKES THEM TO VICTORY OVER CLOCH CHEANN FHAOLALADIES GAA: TERMON’S SISTER ACT TAKES THEM TO VICTORY OVER FALCARRAGHlast_img read more

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Evolution Web site leads to lawsuit

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BERKELEY – A California couple has sued the operators of a University of California at Berkeley Web site designed to help teachers teach evolution, claiming it improperly strays into religion. Jeanne and Larry Caldwell of Granite Bay say portions of the Understanding Evolution Web site amount to a government endorsement of certain religious groups over others because the site is partly funded through a public money grant from the National Science Foundation. In the lawsuit filed last month, the Caldwells contend the site is an effort “to modify the beliefs of public school science students so they will be more willing to accept evolutionary theory as true.” The plaintiffs are not proponents of “intelligent design” – a theory that living organisms are so complex they must have been created by a higher intelligence – but they object to the teaching of evolution as scientific fact, Jeanne Caldwell said. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals The site is run by UC Berkeley’s Museum of Paleontology and paid in part by a $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. Two university scientists and a foundation official were named as defendants. An attorney representing the Berkeley scientists said the courts have repeatedly rejected the argument that teaching evolution in itself is teaching a religious idea., On the Net: Understanding Evolution: http://evolution.berkeley.edu last_img read more

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