Felix Annan ruled out for one month

first_imgAsante Kotoko keeper Felix Annan has been ruled out one month after he suffered an injury in their opening league fixture against WAFA last Saturday.The 22 year-old shot stopper  was stretched off the in 24th minute after clashing with first goalscorer Charles Boateng.The former WAFA keeper had to be stretchered off the field and endured double agony as his side lost 2-0 at Sogakope Park.Scans have revealed that Annan will only be out for a month.Annan has now joined the club’s ever-growing injury list which include, Isaac Amoako, Kwame Boateng, Frank Sarfo Gyamfi, Dauda Mohammed, Theophilus Nyame and Jackson Owusu.Kotoko’s next league fixture is another away game against Medeama after their game with Ashantigold was postponed due to the involvement of the Miners in continental action. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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Overstock CEO Resigns Amid “Deep State” Comments and Affair With Russian Spy

first_imgThe founder and CEO of Overstock is resigning after admitting an affair with a Russian spy Maria Butina, a Russian citizen convicted of crimes associated with the 2016 election and for talking about the deep state investigation. Patrick Byrne resigned yesterday after 20 years with the online discount retailer.Byrne told Fox News’ Martha Maccallum that he was involved in an FBI probe into investigations of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Overstock chairman Jonathan Johnson has been named interim CEO.last_img

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Quick Action Contains Boat Fire at West Bay Marina

first_imgSubmitted by City of OlympiaOlympia Firefighters responded to a boat fire at West Bay Marina, 2100 West Bay Drive NW. The call came in at 2:40 pm, with first units seeing a plume of smoke well before arrival. The first fire unit arrived at 2:45 and reported a working fire on the dock with possibly multiple boats involved.The first arriving engine extended lines to the fire and began extinguishing the fire. Due the potential for spread, a second alarm was called to bring more equipment and personnel to the scene. It was quickly determined that only one boat was on fire. The fire was knocked down while boats from the Olympia Harbor Patrol, Port of Olympia and the marina moved adjoining boats to safety. The fire was contained to the boat of origin which burned down to the deck line, several feet above the waterline. The vessel did not sink but did sustain heavy damage.One person on a nearby boat was treated by paramedics at the scene and transported to Providence St. Peter Hospital with non-specific complaints following being in the area of the fire. He is expected to be fine.Olympia Fire Department responded with 4 engines, 1 ladder truck, 2 medic units, and a command unit. The call for a second alarm brought units from Fire Districts 3, 6, 9, 13 and City of Tumwater. There were no injuries to firefighters.The State of Washington Department of Natural Resources and Department of Ecology also responded to assure that the environment was being protected during the firefight. The boat did not sink, little or no fuel was released and the marina staff quickly used booms to prevent anything from the boat floating away.Olympia Fire Department remained on scene to assist the marina personnel and investigate the fire. The restaurant at West Bay Marina, Tug Boat Annie’s, remained open throughout the event. Facebook56Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

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