Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Ashley MurrayFriends and family of a Peconic teenager who went missing Monday are organizing a grassroots search party Thursday to look for the girl, while local police follow up on several leads that they have received since publicizing her disappearance.Organizers posted a message on the Facebook page dedicated to 16-year-old Ashley Murray’s disappearance and notified the community that a volunteer search party will meet by the flag pole at Southold High School Thursday at 3 p.m.The group has used the social media site to distribute Murray’s missing person’s flyer and to also plead for her to return home.“Ashley,” the message reads, “It’s pouring rain and it’s so cold outside. You don’t have a winter coat, which worries everyone in this weather. Please come home to the warmth, to the love, to the people who care so much about you.”Southold police released a statement Wednesday and noted that they have received “dozens of tips” from the public and are following up on a number of leads. The department also said its continuing its search with the help of various agencies including the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, several East End police departments, as well as local and state law enforcement agencies.Murray was last seen leaving her home at 8 a.m. Monday wearing a black and gray hooded sweatshirt, red sweatpants and black boots. Murray also wears hearing aids in both ears, police said.She is described as white, 5-feet, 4-inches tall, 140 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.Investigators are encouraging anyone with information about Murray’s disappearance to contact Southold police at 631-765-2600.Ashley Murray Missing Persons Flyer
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Share 224 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Tweet HealthInternationalLifestylePrint Dallas reaches end of Ebola monitoring period by: – November 8, 2014 Share DALLAS (AP) — Dallas calmly marked the end of its Ebola crisis on Friday when the last of the 177 people who were being monitored for symptoms of the deadly virus were to be cleared at midnight.Thirty-eight days after Thomas Eric Duncan was diagnosed with Ebola in a local hospital, officials expressed relief and resolve that they were prepared if anything similar — with its resulting panic, fear and constant media attention — ever happened again.“It’s a time to reflect on the sacrifices of our hometown health care heroes and the city, county, and school district employees that worked so hard, along with our state and federal partners, to keep us safe during the Ebola crisis,” Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said in a statement, calling it an early Thanksgiving for the city.Monitoring for the last person who came in contact with Duncan or the two nurses who contracted the virus will end at midnight Friday. About 50 people who returned to Texas from West African countries where the virus has killed thousands will remain under monitoring.
The Premier County face Laois.Throw-in at the Laois Training Centre is at 2 o’clock. The Tipperary school are taking on Scoil Phobal Rathmore in the final of the Munster B football competition.The match, which starts at 12.30pm, is being played in Ballygiblin near Mallow in County Cork.Meanwhile, Tipperary are in action in the 2nd Round of the Peter McNulty U21 football tournment this afternoon.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThanks to Alcona Community Schools Elementary Backpack Program, students will go home with a hand full of food thanks to some great community members.Sometimes a lunch at school is the only time a child may eat, or eat their biggest meal.That’s why members of Alcona organizations like the Lincoln Lions and Mikado American Legion Group decided to donate to the elementary children in Alcona County to make sure they have a meal on weekends while they are away from school.Wednesday the group of Alcona volunteers from five local organizations, prepared food to feed 52 children that are apart of the ‘Backpack Program.’Dan Richardson helps delivery meals from the eastern Michigan Food Bank and says it’s wonderful to help out kids in need. The meals come in every two weeks and feed the 52 students apart of the program for that period of time.With the help of grants and community donations, the groups of volunteers were able to collect over $7, 200“We collect donations. We do dinners and different events and raffles so we put this money together, and there’s a few donations that come from anonymous donors,” Commander of American Legion Post 254, Michael Serafin said.President of the Lincoln Lions, Don Larkin said he doesn’t think twice about helping out his community especially when it’s involving kids.“When you’re doing it for the kids in the community, I think the money comes easier. It’s never an easy thing to do to ask people for money, but it goes for the children. It’s good for them to know that there are people in the community that care about the children in the community,” President of the Lincoln Lions, Don Larkin said.Wednesday’s donation wasn’t only about providing food. Kids received personal items too thanks to a collection of goodies from the Mikado American Legion Auxiliary.The ‘Backpack Program’ started with Alcona Community Schools in 2012. Thanks to the $7,200 dollars raised, the program has enough money to help out 72 students if needed.The money raised helped feed kids for the entire 2017–2018 school year.“What you do means a lot to these kids, and their parents. They look forward to getting these backpacks to go home…so thank you for raising these funds for Alcona schools. The kids are truly blessed because of you,” ACS Principal, Tammi Bonzheim said with emotion.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: ACS, Alcona Community Schools, Alcona organizations, Backpack ProgramContinue ReadingPrevious Duwain Buchler Meth Case Put on Hold in Alcona CountyNext First United Methodist Church Celebrating 150 Years
The team of Bosnia and Herzegovina in indoor soccer failed to qualify for the European Championship, after last night’s loss to the Netherlands in the second round of play-off with the result 2:1.The team with coach Boro Matan beat the Netherlands with 3-2 in the first game but the Netherlands got a place in the European Championship thanks to one more goal achieved.(Source: Fena)
JOHNSTON — Governor Kim Reynolds today expanded her disaster proclamation to close establishments like bookstores, clothing stores, shoe stores, jewelry stores, luggage stores, as well as cosmetic & beauty stores, florists, and furniture stores as of midnight tonight.Her expansion does not include discount stores, grocery stores, or pharmacies that sell those goods in addition to other essential food, medical supplies and household goods.She also extended the closures of bars, restaurants, casinos, theaters and barber shops until April 7th.The Iowa Department of Public Health reported earlier today there have been 34 more positive COVID-19 cases in Iowa for a total of 179 positive cases. None of the new cases were here in north-central Iowa.