160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The first full-field event of the 2006 PGA Tour season kicks off Thursday, when the Sony Open gets underway in Honolulu with plenty of major winners in the ranks, including defending champion Vijay Singh, reigning U.S. Open titlist Michael Campbell and former No. 1 in the world David Duval. But the biggest attraction might be a 16-year-old Hawaiian schoolgirl who is making her first professional appearance in a PGA Tour event. Michelle Wie, who turned pro in October and is in the field as a sponsor’s exemption, is no stranger to pro golf tournaments, having played in a dozen of them – against men and women – as one of the most precocious amateurs ever to take up the game. The smooth-swinging six-footer first played on the PGA Tour as a high school freshman in the 2004 Sony – also on a sponsor’s exemption. She came within a stroke of making the cut after wowing the field of men’s professionals with her 300-yard drives and the 68 she shot in the second round, the lowest round ever by a female on the men’s tour. Wie, who at 13 in 2003 became the youngest winner of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links championship and was a top-10 finisher in her first LPGA major – the Kraft Nabisco Championship – will be making her third consecutive appearance in the Sony, each time on a sponsor’s exemption. She shot 75-74-149 in missing the Sony cut at Waialae Country Club last January, then shot 70-71-141 in missing the cut at the PGA Tour’s John Deere Classic last summer, again as a sponsor’s exemption. Wie has earned her share of criticism at past professional events for taking a berth that might otherwise have gone to a pro player. But PGA tour vice-president Ric Clarson addressed that by stating the obvious after Wie accepted her Sony berth for this week: “We’re in the entertainment business,” Clarson told the Associated Press in October. “It’s more than just a golf tournament. So when a player like Michelle plays in the Sony Open, it creates national and international attention on, ‘Can she do it?’” Whether doing it involves outdriving tour players or outshooting enough of them to make the cut, Wie – who has helped attract record crowds at the past two Sonys – seems destined again to be one of the event’s biggest attractions this week. !arrow!Local watch:!off! The afterglow of Jason Gore’s best year of professional golf is such that even in an off week, he can be impressive. Although the 31-year-old Valencia resident averaged 80 in finishing last at the season-opening Mercedes Championships in Kapalua on the Hawaiian island of Maui, he wound up leading the young 2006 tour in driving. The one-time Hart High of Newhall phenom blasted a 406-yard drive in the opening round and finished the week with a 279.4-yard average off the tee on the designated-for-measurement holes at the 7,411-yard, par-73 Plantation Course at the Kapalua Resort. Such, perhaps, is the residual burn of his sizzling season of 2005, when Gore packed more highlights into his eighth professional summer than can be reasonably prioritized. What, for example, ranks higher on a golfer’s satisfaction scale: Shooting 59 in a professional tournament? Winning a record three consecutive Nationwide Tour starts? Earning midseason promotion to the PGA Tour? Winning on the PGA Tour for the first time? Sharing the midway lead in the U.S. Open as a qualifier? Playing in the final U.S. Open twosome on Sunday with the defending champion? Gore accomplished all of that in 2005, and if it didn’t make his 2006 tour-opening numbers of 80-80-81-79 easier to take in stride at wind-buffeted Kapalua, there was also the nicety that last place in that 2005-winners-only field was worth $70,000. The good-natured ex-Hart and ex-Pepperdine golfer, who led Pepperdine to the 1997 NCAA team title, kept on smiling throughout a week when he couldn’t remember the last time he had three consecutive rounds in the 80s. He was hardly alone in inner frustration. Eight PGA Tour players shot rounds of 80 or higher at Kapalua, and only six men in the field of 28 finished under par for the tournament. Gore will try again this week at the Sony Open, where he will be joined by seven other area or former area golfers, including Occidental College alumnus Olin Browne, who also shot 59 this year – in the final round of his U.S. Open qualifier. Browne, who started the 2005 season on the Nationwide Tour, was another early leader at the U.S. Open as a qualifier, then went on to win the Deutsche Bank Championship and wound up being named the PGA Tour’s Comeback Player of the Year. Former UCLA golfers Corey Pavin and Tom Pernice Jr., ex-USC player Craig Stadler, Pepperdine alumnus Brent Geiberger, past state amateur champion Charlie Wi of Westlake Village and Tom Lehman – the one-time Wood Ranch of Simi Valley assistant pro who will be U.S. Ryder Cup captain this year – also are in the Sony field. Dave Shelburne’s golf column appears on Wednesdays. He can be reached at (818) 713-3609 or [email protected]
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Pete Friel, Chartered Education, Rathmullan, Ellevyn Irwin, Click Clinic, Buncrana and Christy Lynch of Efficient Renewables Ltd. Muff who will be flying the flag for Donegal at the regional finals of Ireland Best Young Entrepreneur which will take place on Donegal Town Public Service Centre on Monday 10 November at 7pm.Three young Donegal entrepreneurs are flying the flag for the county at the regional finals of the inaugural ‘Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur’ competition, which is offering an investment prize-fund of €2 million.The Regional finals will take place next Monday in Donegal Town Public Service Centre.All under the age of 30, the local business owners and new start-ups are going head-to-head with other winners from Sligo, Leitrim and Longford. They’re competing for a chance to win a place at the national final in Dublin this December, in a competition co-ordinated by the Local Enterprise Office Donegal.Launched by the Government earlier this year, Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur competition is an integral part of the Action Plan for Jobs 2014.It is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through the 31 Local Enterprise Offices around the country.The Donegal winners, who have been selected to represent the county at the regional finals, are: • Pete Friel, Chartered Education, Rathmullan and winner of Donegal’s Best Young Entrepreneur and Donegal’s Best New Start Up category• Ellevyn Irwin, Click Clinic, Buncrana and Donegal’s Best New Idea category winner• Christy Lynch of Efficient Renewables Ltd. Muff winner of Donegal’s Best Established Business with a New Add On.The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton T.D. told Donegal Daily, “Central to our plans for jobs and growth is supporting more businesses to start-up.“Part of this plan is also fostering a stronger culture of entrepreneurship and promoting start-up business as a career option for young people. “That is what is behind this new competition to find the best young entrepreneur in the region also ultimately ‘Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur.The Head of Enterprise with Donegal County Council, Michael Tunney told Donegal Daily, “Our winners are proudly ‘flying the flag’ for the county, competing against other young entrepreneurs in the region for a place at the prestigious national final.“But the benefits of entering the competition don’t end there.“Throughout Ireland, over 400 finalists have already benefitted from intensive business boot-camps and mentoring programmes at local level, so the impact of the IBYE programme will be seen for many years to come Mayors and Cathaoirligh of all participating local authorities are being invited to attend, along with representatives of the business community.For all the latest news and results for the ‘Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur’ competition, visit www.ibye.ie www.localenterprise.ie or search #ibye on social media.THREE DONEGAL ENTREPRENEURS SHORTLISTED IN SEARCH FOR ‘IRELAND’S BEST YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR’ was last modified: November 3rd, 2014 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)Tags:BusinessEnterprise IrelandGovernmentinvestmentIreland’s Best Young Entrepreneurjobsnews
Advertisement Advertisement Twitter Huneault was not able to say whether the government was covering any expenses for the Irish rockers.U2, which also includes Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr., are in the midst of a world tour and are due to play Cleveland later that night.The department announced last week that Bono and the Edge would perform one song at the Canada 150 festivities in Ottawa. The song choice was not announced.The duo joins Gordon Lightfoot, Alessia Cara and Cirque du Soleil for the Parliament Hill show, which will be broadcast live on CBC.with a file from Catherine Cullen – CBC Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment U2 members Bono and the Edge are donating their time as a “birthday present to Canada” and will not be paid a performance fee for appearing at Canada 150 celebrations on Parliament Hill July 1st, said a spokesperson from Canadian Heritage.“The government of Canada is not paying U2 for their Canada Day performance,” Natalie Huneault said in an email to CBC News Wednesday.“Bono and the Edge wanted to mark the occasion with Canadians and are donating their time as a birthday present for Canada 150,” Huneault said, calling it a “great pleasure” for Canada to hosting the duo on Parliament Hill. Advertisement Login/Register With:
Not all dogs can be police canines.Those were the words of Vancouver Police Department Special Operations Sgt. Mark Blaisdell spoke to a group of kids at a local dog-oriented 4-H group. The group was donating money to the police department’s K-9 unit, and the children were expecting to see two new police dogs in action on the morning of Aug. 2.Unfortunately, police and the K-9 unit were busy dealing with a standoff. The 4-Hers were instead given the opportunity to ask questions about the special officers and their four-legged partners. The major takeaway? The specialized unit undergoes rigorous and continuous training to build strong bonds between officer and animal.Back in August, the unit was in the middle of training two officers and two new canines. The police department was reluctant to give access to that training; police dogs are popular with the public, but they don’t all make the cut.With the training now finished, Officer Rocky Epperson and canine Koa have been patrolling together for about two weeks, although they’re still accompanied by a veteran officer in the unit and will be for some time.Epperson and Koa responded to numerous calls in their first week on the job. Their partnership would have been impossible without a significant amount of time to build trust, Epperson said.
Register Now » Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. November 22, 2016 Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Forgoing the snazzy vending machines it’s been placing in locations around California, Snap has opened a pop-up shop in New York City to sell Spectacles, $130 sunglasses that record 10-second videos.It was 38 degrees this morning, and when I arrived at the shop on 59th Street and 5th Avenue (around the corner from an Apple Store), there was a line down the block. Someone even recorded the action via Spectacles.Image credit: Stephen J. BronnerCamping out for #spectacles at #snapchat https://t.co/qAkNo5X2vt pic.twitter.com/SmXAPW0EjV— Darrellkc (@hamptonsunset) November 22, 2016Hey @Snapchat it’s cold here in line in NYC. Could we get some coffee? #socold pic.twitter.com/X0a9cdDeLL— Catpiss_Neverclean (@catpiss_nvrcln) November 22, 2016Related: Snap’s Youthful Founders Show No Fear in Race to IPOOf course, the line was shorter than Monday’s (but the day had just begun).The line for @Snapchat @Spectacles in NYC is 3 hours long & wraps around the block along Central Park ? ? pic.twitter.com/chUfQpqdMc— Kevin Siskar (@TheSiskar) November 21, 2016Image credit: Stephen J. BronnerSome of the people on the line were professional “waiters” (yes, really).38° 9:03a #linedudes are 23rd thru 35th since 7:30a @Snap #spectacles line in #nyc waiting for #snapbot access for 13 @snapchat fans #cold pic.twitter.com/m265z2BOTX— Same Ole Line Dudes (@sold_inc) November 22, 2016 I spoke to three individuals who have been waiting since the early hours of the day. The first was Hugh Jackman.Here are Chris Lyons and Ryan Edelstein. New Yorkers rushed to use their Spectacles — even when they didn’t have much yet to record. In my opinion, @Spectacles brings another artistic/creative way for augmented reality. Head over to Snapchat ? pinotski. pic.twitter.com/qOFgKyAgGw— Wahyu Ichwandardi (@pinot) November 22, 2016A day with #Spectacles #snapchat #nyc #nj #commute follow me at armesteves8188 @Snapchat @Spectacles pic.twitter.com/KpUPKm7N9x— armandesteves (@armandesteves) November 22, 2016It may take some time until New Yorkers create a truly entertaining video, such as this one from a San Francisco resident:Dancing with my @snapchat @Spectacles pic.twitter.com/ppGBoqutZg— Karen X. Cheng (@karenxcheng) November 20, 2016 2 min read