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Ivey said he responded to neutralize an threat. Traffic was shut down at the intersection of Viera Boulevard and US 1 while deputies investigated. Mark Burren was working at a nearby Goodwill when the shooting took place.

“I saw two sheriff (deputies) speed by on US 1 and then I heard six gunshots,” said Burren.

Turbeville is on paid leave during the investigation and the state is no longer involved.

In April, Ivey said it was more efficient to keep investigations in house instead of getting the Florida Department of Law Enforcement involved because deputies were doing a lot of the legwork.

He said he was not concerned about a perception of bias and said that, police our own all the time. We have not hesitated to arrest our own. In Turbeville case, investigators may have dash cam video to review the chase and deadly shooting.
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A huge fourth quarter lifted the Hants North Flames to a 67 58 win over the host Breton Education Centre Bears at the annual New Waterford Coal Bowl Classic at BEC gym, Wednesday.

But in the fourth, the Flames stormed back and outscored the Bears 28 7, led by the sharpshooting of Ethan McLellan and Griffin Smith. McLellan scored eight of his nine points in the final quarter, while Smith, named his team player of the game, finished with 24. He netted 15 in the fourth.

intensity was way up, Smith said after getting mobbed by his teammates after the game. wanted it real bad. Everyone was telling us we couldn beat them, and we wanted to prove them wrong. Gorman also had 16 for the Flames. They trailed 36 25 at halftime.

For the Bears, Dylan Messervey continued his strong play with a game high 29 points, which included a circus shot and the foul for a three point play in the final minute of the first half. Morgan MacIsaac scored 14 and Mitchell Rutledge added 11.

Mitchell Garland 31 point effort helped the Northern Knights (2 0) from Fort McMurray, Alta., to victory over the Marauders (0 3). Adan Bank Imudia followed with 19.

Hayden Carroll was top gun for Memorial with 16, Austin Sullivan scored 14 and Mitchell Davis added 11.

Yvan Abobi and Pierre Gabriel Gouffran scored 18 and 16 points respectively as the Athletiques (1 1) evened their record with a win over the Trailblazers (0 3) of Neil Harbour.

Samuel Scott paced Cabot offence with 15 and Willy Fitzgerald added nine.

A balanced attacked helped the Saints (2 0) triumph over the Vikings (2 1). Matthew Reynolds scored 14, Owen MacLean netted 13 and Cameron MacDougall scored 12 for the victors.
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Many of the adjustments were made along the northern frontage of the 28 acre site at Lougheed Highway and Willingdon Avenue.

While Shape had originally planned to keep the current setup, with the lane including access to the mall site, the plan now is to turn it into a lane that only serves the single family homes located along it.

The greenbelt along that length of the property has been widened and the two to four storey residential buildings along it are now perpendicular instead of running parallel. That’s so residents in the single family homes won’t be looking at the wider face of the buildings but rather the narrower ends, to allow for view corridors, said Kwiatkowski, who said residents at the second open house on June 27 were “happy about that.”

The tower at the northwest corner of the site, will be a mid rise, and has now been tiered to move the tallest portion further back from that northern property line.

Concerns about shortcutting traffic through the neighbourhood were also addressed with the addition of two roads through the mall property that would link Beta Avenue with Willingdon.

“If people are going to shortcut, they’re most likely to shortcut through our property versus the single family neighbourhood,” Kwiatkowski said. “We can design for it.”

In fact, he said, “we want people on our property.” Shape envisions the coexistence of pedestrians and vehicles in its development to be similar to what’s happening on Granville Island or Robson Street where people generally drive slowly, all the better to people watch.

Wide sidewalks will be a constant, with the entire lengths of Lougheed and Willingdon rebuilt to include double rows of street trees, and wide sidewalks to accommodate not only pedestrians but cyclists, rollerbladers and the like.

The bus loop will be removed and replaced with streetside bus stops, with one bus route going on the mall site. “It’s more intuitive,” he said. If you want to catch a bus from Brentwood up to Hastings, you’re going on the east side of Willingdon, and vice versa.

The Brentwood SkyTrain station will be more integrated with the mall site. That corner of the site will also be home to a one acre community plaza. Parking would be moved mostly underground.

Six to 10 towers will eventually be built on the site ranging in height from 15 to 60 or 70 storeys, he said. The tallest will be at the Lougheed and Willingdon corner and the rest will step down in height in all directions from there.

Shape will be applying for Burnaby city hall’s s category bonus density program, he said, and the plan is to design tall and skinny towers that lets in more sunshine and maintains view corridors, instead of shorter, wide buildings with the same density.

“Everyone kind of got it,” he said of the response of people at the open houses.

“It was no surprise, everyone was expecting the town centre was going to get built out.”

The key to neighbourhood acceptance appears to have been Shape’s approach to creating the plan.

“The strategy was, let’s go talk to the neighbours early before we’ve got everything figured out,” Kwiatkowski said.

Now that the master plan is finished, it will go to a public hearing in front of Burnaby council, where people will have another chance to comment. Kwiatkowski said the earliest the public hearing would take place is late August.

If it gets council approval, then Shape will begin detailed design work on each phase of the project, which will each require rezoning approval and a public hearing.

If all goes as planned, construction could start on the first phase in the fall of 2013. The mall would stay open throughout the transformation of the property.
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The Arcata High School girls basketball team hosted fellow Humboldt Del Norte League Big 5 conference rival Del Norte in a matchup of the top two teams in the Big 5.

Arcata didn lead until the final tenth of a second remaining in the fourth quarter. It was all they needed, beating Del Norte at the buzzer 66 65 off three free throws courtesy of Bree Northern to take sole possession of first place in the Big 5.

Del Norte took command in the post early and by the final buzzer might as well have rented property there. It was a truly dominate performance at both ends of the court for the visitors. Del Norte scored all of their first half points from inside the arc, demonstrating a patience uncommon in high school hoops. At the center of Del Norte post game was Dennise Horton. The forward finished with 20 points in the loss.

Just as impressive as the Del Norte offense was its defense. Del Norte took away Arcata normally prolific 3 point shooting and did not allow a single 3 to be made by the home team in the first half.

Arcata found everything but the net in the first half. The Tigers didn score until six minutes into the game. Del Norte allowed Arcata just 13 first half points, including just two points in the first quarter. Del Norte led the ballgame 31 13 at halftime.

pounded us on the boards in the first half, Arcata Head Coach Doug Oliveira said. halftime we talked about tempo, and that if they going to slow it down, we have to be more patient. was much more aggressive in the third quarter, making it a point to take the ball inside whenever possible. The game turned into a bit of a grudge match, with players from both teams frequently seeing one of their own sliding chest first across the court. Arcata was able to get the ball inside to open up a couple 3 point opportunities for their shooters. However, Del Norte remained in control of the paint and the rebound margin, seemingly getting second and third chance points every trip down the court. Arcata was able to cut the deficit to 11 points by the end of the third period and entered the fourth down 49 38.

Throw out the first three because Arcata owned the fourth. Arcata found their range from beyond the arc in the fourth, letting their long distance shooting open up the basket for Kaylie McCracken to feast. McCracken scores 11 of her game high 24 points in the fourth quarter. Arcata Mona Brown came on in the second half as well, scoring 10 of her 12 points in the final two quarters.

Arcata came all the way back from the 18 point halftime deficit to tie the game at 59 59 with 2:48 remaining. tried to slow us down, but the boat had already left the dock, Oliveria said.

After a hectic couple of refrains, Arcata found themselves down 65 63 with 5 seconds left. Enter Bree Northern. Northern took the ball up the court as the final seconds ticked away. The senior hoisted a desperate half court attempt that missed the hoop completely. Before Del Norte fans could cheer and Arcata fans could pout, a single whistle echoed through the building. Northern was fouled. She went to line to shoot three free throws. was so nervous I was shaking, Northern said. knew I had to make them. And she did. Three shots, three makes, nothing but net. Northern scored 18 points in the game, none sweeter than the final three.

It was the second time Del Norte had opened a double digit lead against Arcata this season, and it was the second time Arcata had earned the final say. Only four players for Del Norte scored in the game. Horten led them all with 20, while Patten Healy, Kaleya Sanchez and Jadence Clifton all had 15 points.

never expected the call to be made, Oliveria said postgame. luck is going to run out pretty soon. For the seniors on our team to come back from what they did, they have memories for life. Standing between them and an undisputed Big 5 championship is Friendly City foe Fortuna (10 11, 1 5). in Fortuna.

Eureka 59, McKinleyville 37

Eureka kept its Big 5 title chances alive with the victory over McKinleyville and they did it with solid defense and balanced scoring. Ten Loggers scored and they were led by Makaila Napoleon with 10 points while Kaylee Murphy and Dorshaela Wesson each had 9. Alana Dunphy scored 7, Alyssa Regan had 6, Laurel Woldruff had 5 and Paige Lyons and Kiah Martin each scored 4. Olivia Dennison had 3 Shelby Giacone scored 2 for the Loggers who wrap up play against Del Norte next week.

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The St. Bernard girls basketball team remained perfect in HDNL Little 4 play with a resounding 61 22 victory over visiting South Fork on Friday night. The Crusaders got balanced scoring seven players scored, three in double figures and coupled with some solid defense, were able to walk off the floor with at 5 0 in league and 12 10 overall. Head coach Mark Gardener liked what he saw from his team. take that, Gardener said of his team defense that held South Fork scoreless in the second quarter and to four points in the first half. very happy with the effort they put forth and the poise and with which they played. Bernard used a 25 point third quarter to pull away from a stubborn South Fork team to win the Little 4 matchup 59 37 and remain unbeaten in conference play. Head coach Steve Thrap said Fork came to play and they took it to us in the first half and I give them full credit for their effort. The crusaders responded in the third and were led by sophomore Lane Thrap who finished with a game high 23 points with the bulk coming in the second half. Damian Natt and Micha Fontenot Cornely each had 10 points and Luke Fairfield scored 7.

Big 5

Del Norte 52, Arcata 39

Del Norte got the road victory it needed to keep its Big 5 title hopes alive. Del Norte defense was the key in the win as it held Arcata to just 24 points through three quarters. The Tigers were led by Jaden Gorge who scored 12 points, the only Arcata player in double digits. Hunter Santsche added 8, Jayden Morehead had 6 and Parker Gray had 5. Arcata wraps up Big 5 play at Fortuna next week.
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VALDOSTA Richard Miller remembers his parents dropping him off downtown so they could tend to their jobs. His father was the Trailways Bus agent at the station that was located across the street from City Hall. His mother worked at Barr Jewelers.

“They’d bring me downtown and turn me loose,” Miller recalls. “I loved hanging out on the streets, reading comic books, just making the rounds. I used to sell boiled peanuts on the street corner.”

Miller, an architectural designer who owns CMA Architectural Services Inc., offered the observations from his past while standing in front of the old Southern Salvage building at 109 111 S. Ashley St. with his girlfriend Dr. Amanda Hall, a local veterinarian.

Miller is part of a group of investors, Yellow Rose of Valdosta LLC, who are committed to continuing downtown’s resurgence as a great place to live, work, shop or conduct business. Hall, too, is a partner in another downtown investment group, 213 215 North Ashley Street LLC.

These folks are putting their money where their hearts are.

Yellow Rose LLC includes partners Miller, Mike Lee, Albert Slone, Ron Borders, Will Hansen, Allan Nagy, Jimmy Cone and Mariana Ndonye.

Main Street Manager Jan Harris confirmed that Yellow Rose’s two projects planned for the Southern Salvage building are included in a list of applicants for low interest construction/renovation loans available to the CVDA. The seven other projects on the pending loan application list, combined with the Yellow Rose projects, offer an exciting glimpse of what these staunch downtown supporters have in store for the 26 block downtown area.

The Southern Salvage building, for example, is really two separate buildings, dubbed the north or south building for location. Both were built at around the turn of the century and have seen everything from bowling lanes to a YWCA inside. The southern building actually housed the world’s second Coca Cola bottling plant, Miller noted.

When Yellow Rose LLC purchased the buildings from Southern Salvage a few years ago, whatever Southern Salvage had rid the building of, stockwise, was left for the new owners to disperse. So the owners pulled everything they couldn’t get rid of to the first floor and held a sort of yard sale, Miller said.

“It was great. People would come in and say, ‘Oh, I remember when this happened or when they sold this item,'” Hall said. “They were reminiscing about all these experiences they had had at this old building.”

Miller said the investors started groups like Yellow Rose “to get more people to come downtown, live downtown. It is really starting to grow. We want to keep that going.”

Yellow Rose LLC wants to bring back old memories from new experiences in the tall Southern Salvage building. The work should start in early 2008 as paperwork for permits and the low interest loan application through the Georgia Department of Community Affairs processes through proper channels.

That process is being monitored by Main Street’s Harris, who is cheeky about the enthusiasm and commitment she’s found emanating from groups like Yellow Rose.

Harris recalled how she had to push the loans in her former downtown development positions in Acworth and Commerce. She’s finding good participation for the loans in Valdosta and says she’ll get the word out about such assistance programs to anyone who wants help to keep downtown Valdosta thriving.

“I kept touting these loans in the other cities, stressing to people that the DCA and the Georgia Cities Foundation really wants to give this money away,” Harris said. “I mean, how many bankers will come to you to listen to someone who wants to start a restaurant, when restaurants have very high failure rates? The people behind these programs want to help. You just have to have a project that will benefit the community.”

Southern Salvage, with it’s four story north building and three story south building, rests on the downtown’s southeastern boundary, its sheer yellow brick facade on the southern side giving motorists tooling over the city bridge a large portion of their first glimpse of Valdosta.

Miller and crew say the change in that view will be greatly improved once they complete their projects. The north building is project one and will literally make Miller and Hall downtown residents when they move into a new fourth floor condominium that now is part of a figurative blueprint.

On the north face of the north building, which hovers four stories high above the city parking lot next to the Miller Hardware building, pedestrians and motorists alike will enjoy a view of six balconies with 12 French casement windows rising up the wall. At bottom will be an elevator entrance for residents who will occupy two condos on the second floor and two on the third floor. Miller and Hall will share the fourth floor.

A restaurant operator is interested in using the north building’s first floor. On the south building, more condos will occupy upper floors and a whole foods (organic) store is interested in the first floor, with a wine cellar in the basement, Miller said.

“That’s all tentative as far as the potential first floor lessees because nothing is down on paper yet,” Miller said. “But the interest is definitely there. We are very excited about this project. We are very excited about living downtown. Varnadoe building at 136 N. Patterson St. The Uniform Shop will still be open on the first floor. (Project total is $345,000).

Gino Fina project: Fina wants to improve the office facilities at 100 102 N. Patterson St. (across from City Market) to create five first floor office spaces for businesses that don’t need to lease an entire building. Fina borrowed $175,000 from the state through the CVDA and put up $185,000 in equity to complete the $360,000 project. “It’s so great when a private entity can come forward and do a project like this,” Harris said.

ClientTell Inc. project: Patrick Sullivan and Chris Williams bought the building at 117 1/2 119 N. Patterson Street and plan to install their national automated messaging business on the upper floor.

The Last Crumb Bakery project: Eldred and Wanda Hunter plan to open a bakery at the corner of Martin Luther King Drive in 101 103 S. Patterson St. “They have interim financing right now,” Harris said. “This is a relatively small project, but it is a very important kind of project because it revitalizes an area that needs particular attention. If a good business like this bakery comes in there and turns that area around, it can act as a catalyst for more improvements. And that is what economic development is all about.”

Other restoration projects downtown are planned for or ongoing at The Roberts Building, 106 108 W. Hill Ave.; 101 103 S. Patterson St.; 215 W. Hill St.; and 110 114 W. Hill Ave.

Harris urged any interested party, large or small, to come in to talk about any desire to participate in downtown’s rebirth, through the state loan assistance program, with private funds or if they just want to share ideas.

“The Hunters are applying to borrow $40,000 from the state program, which is the lowest amount the program will loan,” Harris said. “The total project is $100,000. But even the smaller projects are so important. They all work together to make one strong downtown.”
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BRIAN! will celebrate the release of its new album “Chasms of Color Thought” on Saturday at the Cherry Artspace.(Photo: Photo by Benjamin Torrey)For the new “Chasms of Color Thought,” BRIAN! bassoonist David Resig, guitarist singer Bubba Crumrine and percussionist Brian “Willie B” Wilson wanted to push the limits of their musical partnership.

“With two EPs under our belt and after playing out on (2015’s) ‘Wooden Circuitry,’ we knew out of the gate that on the next album we wanted explore the extremes of our dynamic and texture potential giving pieces more room to breathe, getting as quiet as possible to allow the climaxes a greater impact, while also beefing up our tone,” Crumrine said in a recent interview. “Taking the listener into account, we aimed to ensure the pieces were easily differentiated, to avoid fatigue over the course of 45 minutes, while still sounding like a cohesive album.”

That’s partly because it’s “truly a collaborative effort,” Crumrine noted.

“While everyone writes their own parts of each BRIAN! release, we took our time writing this one, so David, Willie, and I could all have input on each piece and make our mark. While I drove the direction of the last two EPs, David brought ‘Bleed City’ and ‘vs. Goliath’ to the table and ‘Into Dust’ was the child of both of our brains for a duo only show we played back in 2015.

“Willie’s performance on the record brings the entire thing to life. He held a critical role in the arrangements, transitions, and dynamics of the pieces in the writing process, taking them from concepts to actual music, especially on ‘Aibohphobia,’ which started with the concept of writing a musical palindrome. If any one person was switched out on this album, it would be a different record entirely.”

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BRIAN! recorded at Newfield’s Electric Wilburland, working with Matthew Saccuccimorano, who recorded, mixed and mastered the album.

“He captured everything we set out to do,” Crumrine said. “It’s the best sounding record I’ve been on and bolder than our previous releases. The space is amazing and Matt recorded like a jazz record as live as possible with no quantizing. He and Willie have played together for years and having someone behind the board who truly understands the music you’re attempting to accomplish is invaluable. I’d recommend him to anyone looking to record anything creative and fresh.”

As for the album’s title, it’s “a line from the title track about the euphoric experience of being in the presence of true creativity and imagination,” Crumrine said.

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Saturday’s Ithaca Underground show also will include Powerdove, Sarah Hennies and Flose.

“We couldn’t be happier with the lineup, and the timing was perfect,” Crumrie noted. “Sarah Hennies has a new cassette ‘Fleas’ that releases this month, and she’ll perform the new piece with guests. While Powerdove’s ‘War Shapes’ was one of my favorite records of 2017, Annie Lewandowski will be performing Nick Drake’s ‘Pink Moon’ with Sergey Levitskiy, which is incredibly exciting. Both Annie and Sarah have been incredibly supportive of this band. Flose is the new wall of sound project from Charles Chatman, drummer from No Comply. all ages show.

Local folk singer Joe Crookston will perform at the Winter Village Music Festival at La Tourelle on Saturday. (Photo: File)

Winter Village Music Fest returnsThe eighth annual Winter Village Music Festival returns to La Tourelle this weekend. It’s a one night affair this year, with the Saturday night concert featuring local favorite Joe Crookston, who will perform solo sets and be joined by host band Paris Texas (Bobby Henrie, Doug Henrie, and Rick Manning). Also performing will be fiddlers Judy Hyman and Tim Ball.

Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door.

More showsThe students are back, and the 2018 season will kick into full gear with the return of shows at the State Theatre. Saturday, Get The Led Out returns to the State. The band is one of the best Led Zeppelin tributes out there and will be making its third appearance in the past three years. show are $27.50 to $37.50. Sunday night, Blues Traveler will bring its 30th anniversary tour to the State.
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The more realistic aim is now securing a top four finish in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference standings and a getting home ice for the first round of the league playoffs for a 16th consecutive season.

That won’t be easy, either.

UND currently sits in fourth place, just one point ahead of a Minnesota Duluth team that is on a seven game unbeaten streak. Here’s a breakdown of the NCHC race with six weeks to go in the regular season.

THE FAVORITE: Denver (27 points). The heavy preseason favorite hit some bumps in the road during the first half of the season but is emerging as the most likely team to win the Penrose Cup.

They have an off week while star forward Troy Terry goes to the Olympic Games, meaning he’ll miss just four games instead of six. And the fact that Henrik Borgstrom isn’t going with Team Finland is a minor miracle, allowing the Pioneers to keep their Hobey Baker Award contender the whole time.

Reigning Mike Richter Award winner, goalie Tanner Jaillet, had a .919 save percentage at Christmas, but is rounding into form and has a .946 since then.

THE CONTENDER: St. Cloud State (25 points). The Huskies control their own destiny to Penrose because they’ve played two fewer league games than Denver, but they have more questions coming down the stretch.

St. Cloud State has been much better at home (11 2 1) than on the road (3 3 2) this season. But the Huskies have two play two thirds of their remaining games away from the National Hockey Center and the big Olympic ice sheet that’s been so kind to them.

They’ll also lose Will Borgen for three weeks for the Olympics, leaving them short on right handed defensemen. St. Cloud State has terrific depth, though,
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and could still make a run.

THE HOME ICE BATTLE:Western Michigan (24 points), North Dakota (22 points), Minnesota Duluth (21 points). Assuming Denver and St. Cloud State lock down home ice for the first round of the playoffs, only two more spots are open. And these three teams are piled up.

Western Michigan would have been a legit Penrose Cup contender had it not been decimated with injuries. Hobey Baker candidate Wade Allison is out for the year and second leading scorer Colt Conrad hasn’t played since taking an elbow to the head two weeks ago.

The schedule sets up favorably for Western. The Broncos are done with Denver and North Dakota, and they get St. Cloud State at home. And they’ve been extremely impressive in handling all of the injuries thus far, but it’s hard to overcome losses of that magnitude in the long haul.

North Dakota also is dealing with an injury to its top line center Rhett Gardner, who didn’t play last weekend at Minnesota Duluth. UND also has struggled to kill penalties lately and still has to face power plays that are ranked No. 4, 5, 7 and 9 nationally.

A Fighting Hawks team that has battled inconsistency for most of the season needs to find some consistency immediately to get back to The Ralph for the playoffs and secure a spot in the NCAA tournament.

Minnesota Duluth, predictably, is surging. The Bulldogs not only broke in five rookie defensemen in the first half of the season, they also dealt with a long string of injuries. Now healthy and more experienced, they’re on a seven game unbeaten streak and rocketing up the standings.
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