Flag Order, Press Release Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all commonwealth flags on the Capitol Complex and at all commonwealth facilities in York and Dauphin Counties to remain flying at half-staff to honor fallen City of Harrisburg firefighter Dennis DeVoe.Dennis DeVoe, a resident of Stewartstown and a 21 year member of Harrisburg fire service, died from injuries after his car was struck by another vehicle while en route to a fire in Harrisburg on March 10th.Flags shall remain lowered at half-staff until his internment.All Pennsylvanians are invited to participate in this tribute. Governor Wolf Orders Commonwealth Flags at Half-Staff to Honor Firefighter Dennis DeVoe March 12, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
THE Rising Sun Turf Club’s planned eight-race Race of Champions meeting which was scheduled for tomorrow at the club’s facility, West Coast Berbice, has been cancelled.According to the club’s race organiser Nasrudeen Mohamed, the event has been cancelled because of the very poor entry of horses as well as the poor weather that has affected the conditions of the track.Mohamed said he will now focus on the Guyana Cup Rematch which is billed for December 31 and which is expected to attract Guyana’s best racing animals as well as those from neighbouring countries.Among the horses expected to be part of this exciting meet are: Princess She’s Not, Storm Bird, Just Call Me Boss and the undefeated champion Vera’s Finally. Just Call Me Boss returned to winning ways two Sundays ago at the Port Mourant meet.Storm Bird won with more than 10 lengths in at the same meet two Sundays ago, winning the 1200m race for horses classified H1 and Lower.
DeMarcus Cousins (left quad injury) will not return to tonight’s game. He will get an MRI in the next 24 hours.— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) April 16, 2019Cousins, 28, made his first career playoff appearance in the Warriors’ 121-104 victory over the Clippers on Saturday. He posted nine points, nine rebounds and four assists in the contest.Cousins joined Golden State this offseason, signing a one-year, $5.3 million deal with the two-time defending champions. This was a bargain for the four-time All-Star, even if he was recovering from a torn Achilles at the time. Steve Kerr, Warriors delay film session to watch Tiger Woods win Masters DeMarcus Cousins, who left Game 2 of the Warriors’ first-round playoff series against the Clippers with a leg injury, suffered a torn left quadriceps, the team confirmed after an MRI exam Tuesday morning in the Bay Area.“The injury will sideline Cousins indefinitely and he will begin rehabilitation immediately,” the team said in a statement, adding that updates on his progress would be provided as appropriate. Boogie Cousins suffers non-contact injury appears to limp to the bench pic.twitter.com/lldZUMPI1r— gifdsports (@gifdsports) April 16, 2019Cousins left for the locker room and was ruled out shortly after. DeMarcus Cousins Injury Update: pic.twitter.com/iCXEID5Jnt— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) April 16, 2019According to multiple reports, the injury is thought to be season-ending, but the team is going to see how he responds to rehab with the faint hope he could possibly come back later in the postseason, according to The Athletic.This is probably season-ending for Cousins, but he and the team will see how he responds within the first two weeks of rehab that is not expected to require surgery, sources said. https://t.co/OctIgrMHOS— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) April 16, 2019The Golden State center suffered the injury when he fell chasing down a loose ball on a fast break in the first quarter. Related News NBA playoffs 2019: Kevin Durant explains how he’ll prevent Patrick Beverley from getting into his head