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** TUESDAYSunny 81 / 67MONDAYMostly sunny 82 / 63TODAYSunny; warmer 77 / 65 Panama City News Herald Want to subscribe? Call 850-747-5050 $1.50 PANAMA CITY Sunday, October 28, 2018 @The_News_Herald facebook.com/panamacitynewsherald www.newsherald.com By Ed Offley Special to The News Herald ed_offley@yahoo.comPANAMA CITY BEACH … Two days after the storm, an exhausted City Manager Mario Gisbert slumped in the seat of his parked Ford F-150 truck, awaiting the help of a total stranger to save his city from chaos.It was near midnight on Saturday, Oct. 13. While this beachfront tourist commu-nity had miraculously avoided the destruction that Hurri-cane Michael had wreaked on eastern Bay County, the citys first responders were grap-pling with a total breakdown in communications.Most of their landline phones, computer wi-fi con-nections, cell phones and FM radios were off the grid. By Thursday morning, Gisbert said, We were sending paper messages to other buildings ƒ we did not have any communications.ŽIn event of a post-hurricane emergency, Gisbert said, his police and firefighters would have struggled to carry out an effective response.Initially, the situation did not appear as serious as it turned out to be, Gilbert said. As the storm raged outside on Wednesday, Oct. 10, his Veri-zon cell phone continued to work, and the citys computer system remained intact. But as the storm moved on, first the cell phones and then even the citys FM radios fell silent. Then the next morning, Gil-bert learned that Mayor Mike Thomas and Councilman Hector Solis still had service on their personal AT&T cell phones. He dispatched Plan-ning Board Chairman Mark Sheldon to the Pier Park Wal-Mart, where manager Jennifer Ross was able to pro-vide ten burnerŽ phones that were handed out to key first responders. It was a start, but far from enough.On Saturday, Gisbert called Dennis Langston, a friend of his in the Destin area, who spent the day searching for available cell phones. Langs-ton was finally able to reach the Mary Esther AT&T store, where the assistant manager at 5 p.m. tracked down Chris-tina Proctor, a 32-year-old regional sales manager.A supervisor of six AT&T stores and a dozen authorized dealers in the Florida Panhandle, Proctor was driving to the store in Dothan, Alabama, delivering a shipment of basic prepaidŽ cell phones, when she learned of the dire situ-ation in Panama City Beach.We were very fortunate where we areŽ after the storm, Proctor told The News Herald in a telephone interview on Friday. We wanted to do anything we A citys desperate hunt for cell phonesEileen Kelley Gatehouse Media PANAMA CITY BEACH „ A child rides his bike about 40 feet, turns and gives a few more pushes before it's time to turn around again. He does this over and over, zipping past an open doorway where a man sleeps inside one of a motels run-down units. The beds box spring is directly on the floor. A mattress is turned upright.Many rooms here brim with bulging garbage bags and Rubbermaid storage bins, holding the remnants of what was left after Hurri-cane Michael ravaged homes and upended lives Oct. 10.By a door in one room is a part of a car engine. For many in this post-hurricane world, whats not broken, discolored in black mold or under rubble, suddenly seems irreplaceable and of value.So many now have so little.About half the rooms at the 18-unit Sun…N-Sands Motel „ a place where in the past online Expedia review-ers urged others to stay away „ are occupied by Hurricane Michael survivors.The Federal Emergency Management Association is paying the tab for the emergency housing at this and other available hotels and motels.Before the storm, the motel was for the most part transitional housing for the areas poor and disenfranchised. Now it very much is.Places like this are often referred to as homeless hotels or drug dens.But post-Michael, instead of chaos, there is gratitude by those displaced by the storm: Gratitude at the motels management who A place to goFew options for hurricane survivorsShawn Hewitt in Panama City Beach on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. While he has applied for FEMA housing vouchers and is staying at a hotel with FEMA vouchers available, he is paying cash. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD] Michelle Patrick in Panama City Beach on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. She is one of the few people to receive a housing voucher for a hotel in Bay County. Jason Mann makes dinner for residents at the hotel he manages on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. FEMA is not reimbursing him for the meals he makes for evacuees. I dont have the heart to say no. I know the situation they are in.ŽNikki Rupp Nation & World..............A4 Local.........................B1-12 Crosswords ...................C8 Sports.........................C1-7 Viewpoints......................D1 TV Listings ...................A12See PHONES, A2 See SURVIVORS, A8 LOCAL | B1OFFICIALS CREATING LONGTERM PLAN FOR SHELTERS ADDITIONAL PATROLS SENT TO BORDER NATION | A4

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** A2 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News Herald NEWSROOM DIRECTORY Tim Thompson, Publisher .....................................850-747-5001 tthompson@pcnh.com Mike Cazalas, Editor ..............................................850-747-5094 mmcazalas@pcnh.com Shane Spence, Regional Operations Director .....850-747-5078 sspence@pcnh.com Robert Delaney, Regional Controller ....................850-747-5003 rdelaney@pcnh.com Michael McCabe, Advertising Sales Manager ....850-747-5082 mmccabe@pcnh.com Kathleen Smith, Advertising Digital Sales Manager ....850-747-5004 krsmith@pcnh.com Roger Underwood, Regional Circulation Director ... 850-747-5049 runderwood@pcnh.com CIRCULATION Missed Delivery: Call The News Herald at 850-747-5050 between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. Monday Friday and 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Make the News Herald a part of your daily life. Home delivery: Subscribe to 7-day delivery and get unlimited access to our website and digital edition of the paper. 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However, rather than assess an extra charge for premium editions, we will adjust the length of your subscription, which accelerates the expiration of your subscription, when you received these premium editions. There will be no more than 2 premium editions per month. ADVERTISING To place a display ad, call 850-747-5030 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To place a classi“ ed ad, call 850-747-5020. SINGLE COPIES Daily, 75 cents; Sunday, $1.50. DID WE MISS YOU? If we missed you, we want to correct the oversight. For redelivery: Call The News Herald at 850-747-5050 between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. COPYRIGHT The entire contents of The News Herald, including its logotype, are fully protected by copyright and registry and cannot be reproduced in any form for any purpose without written permission from The News Herald. Published mornings by The Panama City News Herald (USPS 419-560), 501 W. 11th St., Panama City, FL 32401. Periodicals postage paid at Panama City, FL. Postmaster: Send address changes to The News Herald, P.O. Box 2060, Panama City, FL 32402Setting it straight It is the policy of The News Herald to correct all errors that appear in news stories. If you wish to report an error or clarif y a story, call 747-5070.P.O Box: 1940, Panama City, FL 32402 | Address: 501 W. 11th St. Panama City Fl, 32401 | Phone: 850-747-5000 | WATS: 800-345-8688 | Online: newsherald.com PANAMA CITY By Ed OffleySpecial to The News Herald ed_offley@yahoo.comPANAMA CITY BEACH … It wasnt a difficult sales pitch.Sixteen days after Hurri-cane Michael knocked out the citys telephone service and most emergency response communications, Panama City Beach City Council members on Thursday were all ears as a senior consultant for the telecommunications giant AT&T briefed them about the new nationwide broadband network dedicated to public safety organizations and first responders.A public-private partnership between the federal government and AT&T since 2017, the FirstNet system comprises a secure and expandable information pipeline that can ensure reli-able voice, data and video transmissions by member organizations, said Daryl D. Wise, a senior consultant to the network based in Pensacola.Referring to Hurricane Michael, Wise told the council members, We were operational before, during and after the storm.ŽThe heart of FirstNet is an expandable cellular pipeline akin to a multi-lane highway, Wise explained. In a major emergency, system operators can expand the bandwidth used by first responders by imposing limits on non-emergency, commercial and private users.If a crisis worsens, com-mercial traffic will be knocked off the systemŽ in favor of police, fire and other emer-gency responders, he said.The systems flexibility also allows access for extended primaryŽ users such as road repair crews or public works agencies subsequently called in to effect recovery from a storm or disaster. The concept of priority and pre-emptionŽ will ensure that emergency responders retain secure broadband communications in the most dire of circumstances, he added.In addition to the permanent cellular network, FirstNet will have access to mobile SAT/COLT (for Satellite Cellular on Light TrucksŽ) and even a SAT/ COW (for Satellite Cellular on Wings,Ž a dedicated drone), both of which can restore temporary communi-cations in areas where normal service has failed, Wise said.For municipalities who contract with AT&T for their communications program, FirstNet will be provided at no additional charge,Ž he said.While FirstNet got off to a rocky start after its cre-ation in 2012 with a $7 billion congressional authorization „ one critic writing in The Atlantic magazine in 2016 said it deserved the prize for the most wasteful post-9/11 initiative,Ž Wise told the Council that significant prog-ress has been achieved since AT&T formally became the governments partner. More than 3,600 federal, state, local and tribal public safety organizations have now joined FirstNet, a 50 percent increase in just the last six months.FirstNet is already reliably supporting public safetys response of emergency and everyday situations,Ž said AT&T spokeswoman Karen McAllister. A locality like Panama City Beach can join now.ŽYouve done a good job for us and we appreciate it,Ž Mayor Mike Thomas told Wise, referring to the com-panys assistance in providing AT&T cell phones to the city staff. Were fixing to look at all of our communica-tions (and) to start a process to make sure this doesnt happen again.ŽVerizon is also making efforts to increase their standing after their services failed during and after the storm. They have now com-mitted to building a faster 5G network in the area.PCB Council interested in FirstNet Systemcould. Everybody we called dropped everything and said What can we do? ŽCalling colleagues in Pensacola and Pace, as well asFoley andDaphne in Ala-bama, by 8 p.m. on Saturday Proctor had rounded up 65 high-end demonstrationŽ cell phones that had the capability of meeting the Beach first responders voice and data needs, at the Mary Esther store. Her ad hoc team of ten employees, working in three different locations, set out to activate the phones using the AT&T network. They completed the task in three hours, and Proctor called Gisbert. Were on our way,Ž she said.At 12:20 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 14, Gilbert started awake in his truck when a set of headlights flickered in the dark as a vehicle turned off Panama City Beach Parkway into the Police Department parking lot. Proctor stepped out of an AT&T car with co-workers Chris Lucas and Shane Willey, and the trio started carrying boxes of activated cell phones into the building.Without ceremony, Police Chief Drew Whitmans night staff began logging them in and issuing them to on-duty police officers and firefighters. The team would deliver another 60 phones and 30 active sim cards to Beach officials over the next few days. AT&T officials„ like other responders working the storm ravaged Florida Panhandle„ say their work to date has achieved positive results, but much more still needs to be done. AT&T supervisor Daryl Wise, a senior consultant with the public-private First-Net nationwide emergency broadband system „ a public-private partnership between AT&T and the federal government„ told the Panama City Beach City Council on Thursday the company will keep more than 150 workers on site in the Panhandle repairing the cell system until its fixed.ŽWise noted that a number of advanced technologies already developed by AT&T for the FirstNet system are being used in the area, includ-ing a SAT/COLT (for satellite cell on a light truckŽ) system that can transmit cellular calls from a blacked-out area directly to an orbiting satel-lite. Another innovation called SAT/COW (for satellite cel-lular on wingsŽ), comprises a large drone that can lift a cell phone cable and transmitter high enough off the ground to connect with functioning cell tower in the areas. The latter has been used to provide tem-porary cell service in Mexico Beach, he said.Members of the Beach Council expressed keen interest in the FirstNet concept, but were even more enthusiastic over the improvised and near-spontaneous response by the local AT&T staff in the immediate after-math of Hurricane Michael.Addressing the City Council on Thursday, Oct. 24, Gisbert was unsparing in his praise for Crocker and her fellow AT&T workers: Without those phones, our communications desk could not have func-tioned,Ž Gisbert said. It was massive what they did in our hour of need.ŽSeveral minutes later, Wise escorted a young woman into the Council Chambers and introduced Christina Proctor to the council members and senior city staff. Their ova-tion went on for a long time. PHONESFrom Page A1By Christopher ShermanThe Associated PressARRIAGA, Mexico „ More than a hundred Mexican fed-eral officers carrying plastic shields abandoned a blockade they had formed on a bridge Saturday, allowing a caravan of thousands of Central American migrants to advance toward the United States.The officers ended the standoff after representa-tives from Mexico's National Human Rights Commission told police that a rural stretch of highway without shade, toilets or water was no place for migrants to entertain offers of asylum in Mexico. Police boarded buses and headed further down the high-way, while migrants cheered and vowed to trek all the way to the U.S. border.Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto launched a program on Friday dubbed "You are home," which promises shelter, medical attention, schooling and jobs to Central Americans who agree to stay in the southern Mexico states of Chiapas or Oaxaca.Police commissioner Benjamin Grajeda said that authorities only blocked the highway Saturday to tell people about the government's offer. "Here in this truck right now you can get help," he said.Thousands of migrants in the city of Arriaga rejected the plan Friday night, but said they could be willing to discuss it again once they reach Mexico City. Some fear they will be deported if they take advantage of the program.The caravan is now trying to strike out for Tapanatepec, about 29 miles up the road. Orbelina Orellana, a migrant from San Pedro Sula, Honduras, said she and her husband left three children behind and had decided to continue north one way or another."Our destiny is to get to the border," she said.She was suspicious of the government's proposal and said that some Hondurans who had applied for legal status had already been sent back. Her claims could not be verified, but migrants' representatives in the talks asked the Mexican government to provide a list of those who had been forced to return.Mexico's Interior Ministry said that temporary identity numbers have been issued to 111 migrants under the "You are home" program. The IDs, called CURPs, authorize the migrants to stay and work in Mexico, and the ministry said pregnant women, children and the elderly were among the migrants who had joined the program and are now being attended to at shelters.The government appears to want to shrink the caravan by keeping smaller groups of migrants from joining, while simultaneously hoping that the grueling journey will make its offer of refuge more attractive.Police have been ejecting migrant passengers off buses in recent days and cracking down on smaller groups trying to catch up with the main caravan. An official with the national immigration authority said Friday that 300 Hondurans and Guatemalans who crossed the Mexico border illegally had been detained.Migrants, who enter Mexico illegally every day, usually ride in smugglers' trucks or buses, or walk at night to avoid detection. The fact that the group of about 300 stragglers was walking in broad daylight suggests they were adopting the tactics of the main caravan, which is large enough to be out in the open without fear of mass detention.The caravan still must travel 1,000 miles to reach the nearest U.S. border crossing at McAl-len, Texas. But the trip could be twice as long if the group of some 4,000 migrants heads for the Tijuana-San Diego frontier, as another caravan did earlier this year. Only about 200 in that group made it to the border.While such migrant caravans have taken place regularly over the years, passing largely unno-ticed, they received widespread attention this time after fierce opposition from U.S. President Donald Trump.On Friday, the Pentagon approved a request for additional troops at the southern border, likely to total several hundred, to help the U.S. Border Patrol as the president seeks to transform concerns about immigration and the caravan into electoral gains in the Nov. 6 midterms.Defense Secretary Jim Mattis signed off on the request for help from the Department of Homeland Security and autho-rized the military staff to work out details such as the size, composition and estimated cost of the deployments, according to a U.S. official who spoke on condition of anonymity to dis-cuss planning that has not yet been publicly announced.Stoking fears about the caravan and illegal immigration to rally his Republican base, Trump insinuated that gang members and "Middle Easterners" are mixed in with the group, though he later acknowledged there was no proof of that.Migrants nix o er to stay in Mexico, continue trek to USMigrants, who are part of a caravan of Central American migrants slowly makes its way toward the U.S. border, rest on the rails in Arriaga, Mexico, Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. Many migrants said they felt safer traveling and sleeping with several thousand strangers in unknown towns than hiring a smuggler or trying to make the trip alone. [AP PHOTO/RODRIGO ABD]

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** A4 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News HeraldBy Elliot Spagat and Jill ColvinThe Associated PressCALEXICO, California „ Homeland Sec urity Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Friday that everything is on the tableŽ as the administra-tion considered new measures to stifle immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border and send a message that a slow-moving migrant caravan bound for the United States will not be welcome.We are looking at every possible way within the legal construct that we have to make sure that those who dont have legal right to come to this country do not come in,Ž Nielsen said. The cara-van of migrants heading north through Mexico by foot is about 1,000 miles away and dwin-dling in numbers.Nielsen spoke after the Pentagon approved a request for additional troops at the southern border, likely to total several hundred to help the U.S. Border Patrol. She made the comments during a visit to Southern California, where she toured the first completed section of President Donald Trumps 30-foot border wall in the El Centro Sector.President Donald Trump, meanwhile, reiterated that the country needs a strong, beau-tiful border.ŽIts a big caravan,Ž Trump told a gathering of young black conservative leaders at the White House.I called up the military. Were not letting them in, they ought to go back now because were not.ŽOne of the plans under discussion would use the same mechanism as Trumps controversial travel ban to block migrants from seeking asylum in the U.S, according to two people familiar with the discus-sion. They spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the idea, which they stressed was still in the early planning stages and had yet to be decided.Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has signed off on a request for help from the Department of Homeland Security and authorized the military staff to work out details such as the size, composition and esti-mated cost of the deployments, according to a U.S. official.Mattis, who is traveling in the Middle East, is expected to approve the actual deployments after all the details are ironed out, according to the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss planning that has not yet been completed or publicly announced.In a brief written statement the Pentagon gave several examples of assistance they would provide. These include barricades and fencing; heli-copters and airplanes to move Border Patrol personnel, and medical teams to triage and treat patients and prepare them for commercial transport. It also will provide personal protective gear and tempo-rary housing for Border Patrol personnel.During her visit to the border, Nielsen told reporters, Let me be clear, walls work.Ž She cited a decrease in those trying to cross in the area due to more formidable border wall infra-structure, more manpower and technology.The president has stepped his focus on illegal immigration in the days leading up to the Nov. 6 elections that will determine which party controls Congress.Asked whether the administration was seeking to ban certain people from entering the country or sealing the southern border completely, Nielsen said everything is on the table.ŽAny attempt by Trump to curtail the rights of migrants to seek asylum is bound to draw legal challenge. But Trump has pledged that he will not allow the migrants to cross into the U.S. illegally, describ-ing the situation as a national emergency.Andrea Guerrero, executive director of Alliance San Diego, said it would be a very drastic action that would have disas-trous practical implications for our asylum obligations, for our moral and legal obligations.ŽWe know that civil rights attorneys are preparing to litigate right now,Ž she said. Theyre preparing to litigate right away. I dont know if (Trump) cares if he wins the litigation. He wants to score political points... its all part of the same political ploy to stoke fear for political reasons and build more walls.ŽUS: Everything on table to block caravanIn this Oct. 23 photo, people seeking asylum in the United States wait to receive a number at the border in Tijuana, Mexico. [GREGORY BULL/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS] NATION & WORLDBy Michelle Ye Hee LeeThe Washington PostSince 2010 11 donors plowed $1 billion into super PACs, the big-money entities that have given wealthy contributors a powerful way to influence elections.The list of donors a bipar-tisan collection of hedge fund billionaires, entrepreneurs, media magnates and a casino mogul together contributed more than one-fifth of the $4.5 billion collected by super PACs since their incep-tion in 2010, according to a Washington Post analysis of data from the Federal Election Commission and the nonpar-tisan Center for Responsive Politics.The 11 biggest super PAC donors include five Republicans, five Democrats and former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, who pre-viously had declared himself a political independent and this month registered as a Democrat.The intense concentration of money shows how a tiny group of super-rich individuals has embraced these political groups, which have emerged as indispensable allies of candidates and political parties since the landmarkSupreme Court Citizens United decision in 2010. That ruling helped give rise to super PACs, which are allowed to raise and spend unlimited amounts of money on political activity.The massive sums coming from just a handful of donors illustrate how candidates and parties are now dependent on billionaires to support their efforts and demonstrate the successful circumvention of efforts to curtail big money in politics that followed the Watergate and 1996 DNC fundraising scandals. The big donor is not just a donor who gives to politicians and parties. The big donor has become a political actor in his own right,Ž said Robert E. Mutch, a campaign finance historian.Indeed, many of the top 11 super PAC givers since 2010 are now wellknown protagonists in U.S. politics. Billionaire hedge fund founder George Soros (#10) was among a dozen critics of President Donald Trump targeted with explosive devices this week. And Bloomberg (#3) and Democratic hedge fund founder Tom Steyer (#2) are viewed as positioning themselves for possible presidential runs.Big money has continued to balloon in this years mid-terms, even amid a surge of small-dollar donations. In some races, huge super PAC contributions are bolstering candidates who are touting their grass-roots support. For example, Katie Hill, a firsttime Democratic candidate in Californias 25th Congres-sional District and one of the most successful fundraisers this election, is also being buoyed by $4.5 million in ads in the final stretch of the campaign, thanks to Inde-pendence USA, Bloombergs super PAC.The largest super PAC con-tributors to date are casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and his physician wife, Miriam, who have given $287 million to conservative super PACs, records show.In the 2016 elections, the Adelsons gave nearly $78 million, including $20 million to bolster then-GOP nominee Donald Trump, who as president backed a move the couple had long sought: moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.So far this cycle, the Adelsons have given $112 mil-lion to super PACs, largely to the groups working to help the GOP retain control in Congress.A representative for the Adelsons did not respond to a request for comment.In second place behind the Adelsons is Steyer, who gave $213.8 million. He is followed by Bloomberg ($120.7 million), Democratic media executive Fred Eychaner ($74.1 million), Democratic hedge fund executive Donald Sussman ($62.9 million), GOP shipping supplies mag-nate Richard Uihlein ($61.3 million), Democratic hedge fund founder James Simons and his wife, Marilyn ($57.9 million), Republican hedge fund executive Paul Singer ($42.5 million), GOP hedge fund executive Robert Mercer ($41.2 million), Soros ($39.4 million) and Republican backer and TD Ameritrade founder J. Joe Ricketts ($38.4 million).Their total giving could be substantially more. While donors to super PACs are disclosed, public filings do not reflect contributions to politically active nonprofits that are not required to reveal their donors.Super PACs are prohibited from coordinating with campaigns and party committees. But they often act on parallel tracks, and with each election, these groups have found ways to work even more closely with the candi-dates they are backing.Eleven donors plowed $1B into super PACs since 2010In this Feb. 21, 2017, photo, billionaire Sheldon Adelson, chairman and chief executive of“ cer of Las Vegas Sands Corp., speaks during an event in Tokyo. [KIYOSHI OTA/BOOMBERG] By Emily HeilThe Washington PostWASHINGTON „ While much of the White House is obsessed with the midterm elections, Melania Trump is taking a pass on the campaign trail.In the weeks leading up to the consequential elections, the first lady is spending her time visiting infants in a neo-natal ward in Philadelphia, hosting schoolchildren at the White House for a movie screening and preparing for the holiday season.Meanwhile, President Donald Trump is in fullthrottle campaign mode, presiding over raucous ral-lies, tweeting his support for candidates and referring to Democrats as a mob.ŽFirst ladies have been not-so-secret weapons in previous midterm elections. And Melania Trumps imme-diate predecessors attended fundraisers to help fill their partys coffers and worked to get-out-the vote even when their husbands names werent on the ballot.So why isnt Trump who is more popular that her husband offering words of support at rallies or standing beside congressional candidates?Due to her schedule as a mother and first lady, especially with the holidays coming up, there are no plans for her to campaign at this time,Ž her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, said in an email.Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer said potential demand for FLOTUS on the trail would be high if she was willing. The list would be endless.ŽThats the view both par-ties have traditionally taken of the first lady, whose position typically affords her high vis-ibility, public approval, and a role as the rare White House surrogate who can remain above the political mire of the day.First ladies are too valu-able not to be recognized and used as scarce resources,Ž said MaryAnne Borrelli, a government professor at Connecticut College and the author of The Politics of the Presidents Wife.Ž Their messaging, their fundraising has proven of extraordinary value to the president.ŽBut Melania Trumps decision to stay out of the midterms isnt surprising to some.She isnt a natural campaigner, and her role in her husbands 2016 campaign was more limited than that of other candidates spouses. She has seemed nervous when delivering public remarks, unlike her husband, who rel-ishes the attention of chanting crowds and reporters with outstretched microphones.Melania Trump not interested in going on campaign trailPresident Donald Trump and “ rst lady Melania Trump are seen Wednesday in the White House in Washington. [JABIN BOTSFORD/THE WASHINGTON POST]

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** A8 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News Heraldcare enough to make and serve hot meals for their guests in the evening. Gratitude at the government for emergency assistance.And theres gratitude at the fortune that they found a motel room, a place with all its blem-ishes, open for hurricane survivors that is not too far from damaged Panama City and the surrounding cities they called home.This is a godsend,Ž said Michelle Patrick, 32, staying at the Sun-N-Sands.This spot, the place where the little boy burns energy by riding his bike back and forth, is the only motel in all of Bay County that is on FEMAs emer-gency hotels and motels shelter assistance list.Wow,Ž said Shaun Hewitt of the lack of local emergency hotel and motel shelters.Area hotels that werent destroyed or badly damaged by Hur-ricane Michael have been packed with law enforce-ment first responders, utility workers, insurance adjusters, volunteers who are feeding the displaced, and residents who got out of harms way ahead of the storm and now have no home.Hewitt, 27, his girlfriend and five children are staying at the motel. On occasion, Hewitt said, there have been eight children in the two-bed-room unit. They arrived shortly after the storm.For now he is paying $350 a week, he said. Hes hoping FEMA takes over the bill for a week or two. This sure beats sleep-ing in a car,Ž said Nikki Rupp, 72, who did that very thing after the hur-ricane tore half the roof off her home.Rupp, her husband, Clarence, 75, and their 30-year-old grandson, Cody Rupp, can stay at the motel on FEMA until at least Nov. 7. FEMA officials said they will stay in touch and see if the Rupps have lined up any other housing options as Nov. 7 approaches. Should they and others need to stay longer, that will be determined on a case-by-case basis, officials said.The same goes for the roughly 2,700 people that FEMA is currently providing hotel and motel emergency shelter for.Nikki Rupp spends a lot of time sitting outside and smoking on the patio of her unit at the Sun-N-Sands. She said theres been a constant stream of cars pulling up asking if there are any vacancies. She tells them to check with the management.I dont have the heart to say no,Ž she said. I know the situation they are in.ŽSun-N-Sands manager Heather Gregg said she averages 200 calls a day from people trying to find shelter locally. In a span of 30 minutes last week, she missed 18 phone calls.Currently 476 Florida hotels and motels are on the FEMA list for residents from the hard-est-hit three counties „ Bay, Gulf and Jackson „ to consider evacuating to. But only 21 of these emergency shelters are in Panama Citys 850 area code region.After the Sun-NSands, the next closest emergency shelter to the Panama City area is about 60 miles north in Marianna where one hotel is on the list. In this post-hurricane time, 60 miles no longer equates to an hours drive. Excessive traffic from all the service and emer-gency workers can make a 20-mile commute a two-plus hour ordeal.That means getting to and from Destins two hotels on the list „ should they be available „ would take a great deal longer than the normal 90-minute commute from Panama City. Crestview, which is 93 miles from Panama City, has one hotel on the FEMA list.Key West „ 793 miles away from Panama City „ also has one hotel on the list.We wish there was more options nearby,Ž said David Passey, a FEMA spokesman.As of late last week, 1,042 hotel and motel rooms have been occupied by people seeking FEMA help for temporary shelter. Some 6,500 households have been authorized to use temporary shelters. The figure of those autho-rized increases daily as FEMA workers make con-tact with more people.While the numbers change daily, it is clear that the majority of those displaced are seeking other options or staying in heav-ily damaged homes before turning to FEMAs list of emergency hotel and motel shelters.We know the available units are not conveniently located, and we know people may not want to go to Pensacola (where there are nine hotels on the FEMA list) or Georgia,Ž Passey said.The Patel family of Panama City hunkered down in a hotel before the hurricane. Damage to the property kept them from staying. They went home to a house where there were few walls left on the second story. Five family members lived in the two-bedroom duplex.Riya Patels father and uncle work at local gas sta-tions. Her mother works at Panama City Mall and she is a college student at Gulf Coast State College. Patel lost her laptop and her col-lege books. Theyd like to stay in the area, a place they have called home for six years since arriving from India.Directly next door is Patels aunt and uncles two-bedroom duplex. A single blue tarp covered the roof last week. The roof could use more tarps.A man comes by and tries to sell the family tarps. Riya Patel misunderstands.We are not looking for handouts,Ž she said and thanked him for stopping by.Patel and her family „ all five of them „ moved in with her aunt and uncle for the time being.We dont have any-where else to go,Ž she said. SURVIVORSFrom Page A1Heather Gregg serves dinner to children evacuees at the hotel she manages in Panama City Beach on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD]

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** A10 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News HeraldBy Dan LamotheThe Washington PostDeputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said Friday that the Trump administration has instructed the Pentagon to prepare a $700 billion budget for 2020 4.5 percent less than the $733 billion that the Defense Department had planned.The decision means that the Defense Depart-ment is not exempt from Trumps call for federal departments to slash spending after a new Treasury Depart-ment report that showed a 17 percent rise in the national deficit. Trump said last week that the Pentagon budget would probably be $700 billion,Ž but considering his past stated interest in sustaining U.S. peace through strength,Ž some analysts questioned whether it ultimately would apply to the Defense Department.But Shanahan, speak-ing Friday to the Military Reporters and Editors Association, said that Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget, called Shanahan and did indeed direct the Penta-gon to build a $700 billion budget.Heres the assignment,Ž Shanahan said Mulvaney told him. Lets get to work on it.The Pentagon is now preparing both a $700 billion and $733 billion budget, Shanahan said. The effort sets up a scenario where Congress could examine both, and potentially boost Defense Department spending over Trumps initial proposal.Trumps call to cut spending comes as defense officials say they are beginning to rebuild and fix the military after years of heavy use in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria and congressionally man-dated budget cuts known as sequestration. Pentagon told to trim military spendingBy Suzan Fraser and Christopher TorchiaThe Associated PressANKARA, Turkey „ Turkey on Friday intensified its demands for Saudi Arabia to extradite 18 suspects in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a call that is likely to be met with resistance from the kingdom and could esca-late tensions between the U.S.-allied regional powers.Khashoggis Turkish fiance, meanwhile, gave an anguished and tearful TV interview in which she said she keeps asking herself if she had missed some signs and should have prevented him from entering the Saudi Con-sulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2 „ questions that she says she cannot answer.The Istanbul chief prosecutors office submitted a request for Saudi Arabia to hand over the suspects in the killing, and the Turkeys Foreign Ministry will formally notify the king-dom, Turkeys state-run Anadolu news agency reported. The Saudi government has said it arrested and would itself punish 18 people for what it described as a rogue operation by officials who killed Khashoggi in the consulate.We expect our request (for the suspects) return to be fulfilled because this atrocious event took place in Turkey,Ž said Turkish Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gul.Saudi Arabia has returned suspects to Turkey before. The stakes are much higher in the Khashoggi case, however, as some of those impli-cated are close to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdoms heir apparent whose con-demnation of the killing failed to ease suspicions that he was involved.Turkish prosecutors want the suspects to face prosecution for premeditated killing executed with fiendish sentiments or by causing torment,Ž according to the Anadolu agency. The reasoning behind the extradition request is that Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in Turkey by Saudi nationals who traveled to Turkey for this specific purpose,Ž a senior Turkish official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media.Turkeys judicial system is better equipped to serve the cause of justice in this case, the official said, adding: The court proceedings in Turkey will be open to international observers in order to ensure the greatest level of transparency.ŽTurkey seeks extradition of Khashoggi killing suspectsTurkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan talks to members of his ruling Justice and Development Party, Friday in Ankara, Turkey. [PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE VIA AP]

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 A11By Paul Abercrombie The Washington PostTAMPA It's been said that a time-traveler, even from a generation ago, would find much of our sped-up world shockingly foreign. But I'm pretty sure they weren't talking about Cuban bread.From where I stand, inside Tampa's La Segunda Central Bakery, about all that's changed in 103 years of making these iconic loaves are the addition (recently) of a few electric gizmos and (even more recently) several women to its baking crew. Which is just fine with bakery co-owner Tony Mor, whose Spanish immigrant grandfather founded the Ybor City bakery, today the world's largest pro-ducer of Cuban bread."Some changes are good," he says on a walk through his bakery, which also makes all manner of Cuban and non-Cuban pastries, cookies and breads daily. "But we don't skimp on how we make [Cuban bread], or our recipe."Cuban bread may seem like a baguette with a Spanish accent. But it's its own thing. And no, what encases Arby's new Miami Cuban sandwich doesn't count. Ditto for what some chain grocers pass off as the real deal.Regional variations exist, but are generally subtle, explains Ana Sofa Pelez, author of "The Cuban Table: A Celebration of Food, Fla-vors, and History." While she's partial to the Cuban bread she grew up with in Miami, with its "egg shell" delicate crust and "airy" interior, she con-cedes that La Segunda's, with its papery crust and lightly flaky inside, is truer to the original."They've stayed so true to how it's been made for over a century," she says.La Segunda's Cuban bread has long been pop-ular with locals, even as the ranks of hometown bakers have shrunk in recent decades from dozens to but a handful. Yet growing interest in authentic regional foods, combined with the fortune of having national distribution, has boosted La Segunda's sales. Today the bakery ships to restaurants and individuals as far away as Alaska and Europe."We get calls from people wanting to know if we'll overnight a loaf or two of bread to them," Mor says, laughing. "We say, 'It'll be expensive, but sure.' "Even Tampa's Interna-tional Cuban Sandwich Festival, once a way to showcase local talent, now draws contestants and winners not only from out of state (a Los Angeles restaurant took this year's top honors), but from out of the country, including South Korea and England. Competitors often source their bread from La Segunda and seek out Mor to learn how it's made.He says that means doing it the same quirky, and mostly manual, way Tampa's early Cuban and Spanish immigrants made their bread, a tradi-tion that few bakeries still honor and no culinary school seems to teach.At La Segunda, Cuban bread begins on a small screened porch behind the bakery, where several men sit on overturned milk crates. Over the next hour, workers' hands turn a large pile of rough-cut palmetto branches into neat, foot-long strips of split fronds. It's a task that everyone here from master bakers to new hires has performed.Meanwhile, on the other side of the bakery, master baker Anthony Ali measures flour, salt, sugar and shortening by hand. Gregarious and bestubbled, Ali began working here more than two decades ago as a teenager. The half-dozen years it took him to prog-ress from porch-bound helper to one of several master bakers was fairly quick."It can take you more than a year just to learn how to properly roll a long loaf," he says, pouring ingredients into one of two automated mixers. Until a few years ago, mixing was done by hand, as most tasks still are.As he prepares another batch of dough, he explains the finer points of making authentic Cuban bread that include unique challenges. For example, Tampa's muggy summers and cooler winters can play havoc with producing dough with just the right amount of moisture. Even the area's frequent thunderstorms can throw off calculations. Ratios of ingredients are subtly tweaked, often as the day progresses."Every day brings curve-balls," Ali says. "With time, you learn to see them coming. You just gotta make sure you don't ever strike out."Temperatures in the un-air-conditioned bakery can push triple-digits in summer, which makes an already physical job harder."It's in summer when people really show who they are," he says. "It's when you know if you love what you do."And judging from the boisterous camaraderie on this pre-dawn summer morn ing, most of the 10-person team seems positively gung-ho. Or maybe it's the sweetened Cuban coffee many on the crew have been sipping.Standing around a table, several men banter and laugh as they grab grapefruit-size blobs of dough (or boleo) from a conveyor belt (another recent technological addition), weigh them, then slap them loudly on the tabletop before deftly folding them into what look like small footballs called bolas. These are then laid on long clothcovered wooden planks to be stacked on wheeled metal racks that will head to the steam room, where the dough will double in size.Cuban breadmakers turn back the clockCo-owners Tony More, right, and son Copeland More check on some loaves. [AMY PEZZICARA, LA SEGUNDA CENTRAL BAKERY] Inside the century-old bakery that's one of America's last sources of traditional Cuban bread

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My Husbands Secret Life (17) Kara Killmer, Brett Donahue. PARMT 28 48 241 241 Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Weird ScienceŽ Bar Rescue SUN 49 422 656 Lunch w/HeatPostgameInside the HEATSportsMoneyBoxing 30 Mexico Primera Division SoccerSport FishingShip Shape TV SYFY 70 52 122 244 (11:57) Leatherface (17) ‰‰ Drive Angry 3D (11) Nicolas Cage, Amber Heard. ‰‰‰ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (10) Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint. TBS 31 15 139 247 (12:00) ‰‰ Jack the Giant Slayer (13) ‰‰‚ Godzilla (14) Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ken Watanabe, Elizabeth Olsen. ‰‰ Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (12) Dwayne Johnson. TCM 25 70 132 256 ‰‰‰ The Male Animal (42) Henry Fonda, Olivia de Havilland. ‰‰‰‚ Tom Thumb (58) Russ Tamblyn.(:45) ‰‰‰ The Yellow Rolls-Royce (64) Rex Harrison, Shirley MacLaine. TLC 37 40 183 280 Long Island Medium Long Island Medium Long Island Medium Long Island Medium 90 Day Fianc Couples deal with stressful situations. (N) TNT 29 54 138 245 (12:30) ‰‰ Suicide Squad (16) Will Smith, Jared Leto. ‰‰‰ Iron Man (08) Robert Downey Jr., Terrence Howard, Gwyneth Paltrow. ‰‰‰ Iron Man 3 (13) Robert Downey Jr. USA 62 55 105 242 Law & Order: SVULaw & Order: SVULaw & Order: SVULaw & Order: SVULaw & Order: SVULaw & Order: SVU WGN-A 13 239 307 Pirates of the Caribbean ‰‰‚ Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (11) Johnny Depp, Penlope Cruz. MarriedMarriedMarriedMarried SUNDAY EVENING C COMCAST W WOW! S1 DISH NETWORK S2 DIRECTV OCTOBER 28 C W S1 S27 PM7:308 PM8:309 PM9:3010 PM10:3011 PM11:3012 AM12:30 WJHG (7) 3 3 7 7 Football Night (:20) NFL Football New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings. (N) (L) NewsOutdoorsmanCastle The Lives of OthersŽ Person CW (7.2) 99 9 8 8 Supergirl Man of SteelŽ (N) Charmed Sweet ToothŽ (N) Family GuyKing of the HillClevelandEngagementEngagement ‰‚ Malicious (95) Molly Ringwald. WMBB (13) 2 2 13 13 Dancing With-StarsShark Tank (N)(:01) The Alec Baldwin ShowNewsLawcallHlnd Pk Bptst (:35) Branson Country USA (N) NCIS: N.O. METV (13.2) 209 133 2 Columbo The suicide of a tabloid reporter. Touched by an AngelNight GalleryNight GalleryThe Twilight ZoneAlf. HitchcockAlf. Hitchcock WECP (18) 4 4 4 18 God Friended Me UnfriendedŽ NCIS: Los Angeles Pro SeŽ Madam Secretary RequiemŽ Castle The Third ManŽ Leverage The Mile High JobŽ Murdoch Mysteries MNT (18.2) 227 13 Rizzoli & IslesBones2 Broke Girls2 Broke GirlsModern FamilyModern FamilyWipeoutMajor Crimes WPGX (28) 8 8 28 28 2018 World Series Boston Red Sox at Los Angeles Dodgers. (N) (L) Open HouseNFL GameDay Prime (N) (L) BensingerBig BangNinja Warrior WFSG (56) 11 11 56 56 Durrells in CorfuPoldark on Masterpiece (N) The Woman in White (N) POV Women forced into sexual slavery. (N) Local RoutesPoldark on Masterpiece A&E 34 43 118 265 Ancient AliensAncient Aliens (:01) Ancient Aliens (:04) Ancient Aliens (:03) Ancient Aliens (12:03) Ancient Aliens AMC 30 62 131 254 (6:53) The Walking DeadThe Walking Dead (N)(:05) Talking Dead (N)(:05) The Walking DeadEli Roths History of Horror (N)(12:10) The Walking Dead ANPL 46 69 184 282 Crikey! Its the IrwinsAmanda to the RescueCrikey! Its the IrwinsInto AlaskaAmanda to the RescueCrikey! Its the Irwins BET 53 46 124 329 (6:30) ‰‰‚ This Christmas (07) Delroy Lindo, Idris Elba. Angela Ryes Midterm Election (:03) Martin (:32) Martin (:01) MartinMartinAngela Ryes Midterm Election COM 64 53 107 249 (6:00) ‰‚ The Waterboy (98) ‰ Thats My Boy (12) Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Leighton Meester. South ParkSouth ParkSouth ParkSouth ParkSouth Park DISC 36 39 182 278 Alaska: The Last FrontierAlaska: The Last Frontier (N) Expedition Unknown (N) Expedition Unknown (N) Alaska: The Last FrontierAlaska: The Last Frontier E! 63 57 114 236 The KardashiansThe KardashiansBusy TonightLadyGangThe KardashiansBusy TonightLadyGangThe Kardashians ESPN 9 23 140 206 SportsCenter (N) (L) World/PokerWorld/PokerSportsCenter (N) (L) SportsCenter W/Van PeltSportsCenter (N) (L) ESPN2 47 24 144 209 Glory 60: Lyon (Taped) Basketball: A Love StoryFormula 1 Racing Grand Prix of Mexico. From Mexico. FOOD 38 45 110 231 Halloween WarsHalloween Wars Outbreak!Ž Haunted GingerbreadHalloween BakingHalloween Wars Outbreak!Ž Haunted Gingerbread FREE 59 65 180 311 (6:05) Hotel Transylvania (12) (:10) ‰‰‚ Hocus Pocus (93) Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker.(:20) ‰‰‰ The Goonies (85) Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Jeff Cohen. FS1 24 27 150 219 (6:00) NHRA Drag Racing Toyota Nationals. From Las Vegas. UFC Countdown (N) MLB on FS1 Postgame (N) MLB on FS1 PostgameMLB on FS1 Postgame FX 45 51 136 248 ‰‰‚ The Purge: Election Year (16) Frank Grillo, Elizabeth Mitchell. ‰‰‚ The Purge: Election Year (16) Frank Grillo, Elizabeth Mitchell. ‰‰ The Purge (13) HALL 23 59 185 312 Christmas Next Door (17) Jesse Metcalfe, Fiona Gubelmann. The Sweetest Christmas (17) Lacey Chabert, Lea Coco. Crown for Christmas (15) Danica McKellar, Rupert Penry-Jones. HGTV 32 38 112 229 Hawaii Life (N) Hawaii Life (N) Bahamas LifeBahamas LifeCaribbean LifeCaribbean LifeHunters IntlHunters IntlBahamas LifeBahamas LifeCaribbean LifeCaribbean L ife HIST 35 42 120 269 American Pickers: Bonus Buys Mega Collector PicksŽ Texas, Minnesota and Napa Valley. (N)(:03) American Pickers: Bonus Buys Mega Collector PicksŽ LIFE 56 56 108 252 Til Ex Do Us Part (18) Kelly Sullivan, Dan Payne. You You Got Me, BabeŽ (N)(:05) Til Ex Do Us Part (18) Kelly Sullivan, Dan Payne.(12:01) You PARMT 28 48 241 241 Bar Rescue Jon of the DeadŽ Bar RescueHeathers Parts Seven & EightŽ (N)(:33) Bar Rescue (:40) Bar Rescue Star Lite, Star Not So BriteŽ SUN 49 422 656 SportsmanFlorida SportFishing FlatsAddict. FishingSport FishingReel AnimalsSilver KingsEpic TrailsCollege Football Duke at Pittsburgh. SYFY 70 52 122 244 (:07) ‰‰‰‚ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (11) Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint. Channel Zero: The Dream DoorFuturamaFuturamaFuturamaFuturama TBS 31 15 139 247 Big BangBig BangBig BangBig BangBig BangBig BangGuest BookGuest Book ‰‚ Rush Hour 3 (07) Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker. TCM 25 70 132 256 ‰‚ The Mummys Shroud (67) Andre Morell, John Phillips. ‰‰‚ Blood From the Mummys Tomb (72) Andrew Keir. Baby Peggy, Room (12:15) The Family Secret (24) TLC 37 40 183 280 90 Day Fianc Asuelu has a surprise for Kalani. (N) Unexpected (N) American Gypsy Wedding90 Day Fianc Asuelu has a surprise for Kalani. TNT 29 54 138 245 (5:30) ‰‰‰ Iron Man 3 (13) The Last Ship HonorŽ (N)(:01) The Last Ship HonorŽ (:02) ‰‰‚ Total Recall (12) Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel. (:32) Ransom USA 62 55 105 242 Law & Order: SVULaw & Order: SVULaw & Order: SVUModern FamilyModern FamilyModern FamilyModern FamilyLaw & Order: SVU WGN-A 13 239 307 MarriedMarriedMarriedMarriedMarriedMarriedMarriedMarriedPerson of InterestPerson of Interest A12 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News Herald TV LISTINGS

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 A13Antonia Noori Farzan The Washington PostBARTOW „ Police in Bartow, Florida, say they arrested two middle school girls Tuesday who brought butcher knives and a pizza cutter to school and told detectives that they had been plan-ning to stab more than a dozen students to death."They told us they were Satan worshipers," Bartow Police Chief Joe Hall said at a news conference on Wednesday. "They did make comments that they were willing to drink blood and possibly eat flesh."The two preteens, aged 11 and 12, were enrolled in sixth and seventh grade, respectively, at Bartow Middle School. The Washington Post generally does not identify juveniles charged with crimes unless they are tried as adults.Hall said that there had been rumors Monday that there would be "issues" at the middle school, and a student had informed a teacher that "something bad" was going to happen. As a result, extra officers were present at the school on Tuesday.When the 11-year-old failed to show up for her second period class, her mother received a robo-call notifying her that her daughter was absent, Hall said. The girl's mother contacted the school and said she believed that her daughter was on campus, prompting administra-tors to launch a search of the campus.An assistant principal found the two girls hiding in a bathroom with a goblet, Hall said. Suspecting that it might have been used to drink alcohol, she escorted them both to the princi-pal's office.When Principal Chris-topher Roberts ordered the 11-year-old to empty her pockets, she handed over a paring knife and a sharpener, Hall said. Asked why she had a weapon, the girl said that she and the other student were planning on attack-ing as many students as possible. Officials then searched the 12-year-old and found several other knives and a pizza cutter in her possession. Hall didn't specify what the pizza cutter's intended use was.After being taken into police custody, the girls told detectives that they had wanted to kill at least 15 people and were in the bathroom waiting for an opportunity. They also said they had planned on targeting smaller stu-dents who they could easily overpower, Hall said."I do not believe that this was a joke," the police chief said. "I believe that these two small chil-dren... seriously sat down and plotted to do serious bodily harm to another student at school."At the 12-year-old's home, police found a hand-drawn map of the middle school's campus that said, "Go to kill in bathroom." Officers searched the students' phones and found that the two had discussed killing themselves after leaving their classmates' body parts by the school's entrance. "Thank Satan we are doing this in a bit," the 12-year-old allegedly wrote in a message over social media on Tuesday.Police say they believe the students' parents, who have not spoken publicly about the allegations, were unaware of their plan. The girls are close friends who live nearby and had spent the week-end together, Hall said."I don't think either one of them was a ringleader," he added. "I think they were both in it together."The two students are in custody and have been charged with conspiracy to commit murder, possession of a weapon on school property and dis-rupting a school campus. Prosecutors have not yet indicated whether they will be charged as juveniles or adults. As of Wednesday evening, nei-ther child had an attorney listed."If you were an adult, you'd be looking at potential life in prison," Hall said. "In this case, I think the state is going to step in and try to make the best decisions for both the public and the two suspects."Hall also noted that "there may be some mental health issues here that have to be addressed."Polk County Schools Superintendent Jacqueline Byrd said at Wednesday's news conference that the district will be filing for expul-sion of the students, and that she was not aware of the two students having any prior disciplinary problems.Byrd didn't explain how the students had been able to bringing knives onto campus, but credited the district's safety procedures with thwarting an attack. "The plan worked," she said.Police: Satan-worshiping preteen girls planned to kill classmatesTwo students at Bartow Middle School were arrested this week on charges related to conspiracy to kill fellow students. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO]

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 B1 LOCAL & STATE B4 | POLITICSSCOTT CAUGHT BETWEEN CAMPAIGNING, MICHAELS AFTERMATH B3 | OPENINGSNEWS HERALD, COURTS AND BCSO WILL ALL OPEN MONDAY By Zack McDonald The News HeraldPANAMA CITY „ Dressed down in a Polo shirt and flip flops instead of the ceremonial black robe, Judge Thomas Welch sat in the Bay County Jail on Wednesday for the 10th consecutive day to undertake a practice not seen in Bay County for years „ inmates meeting face-to-face with a judge during their first appearance and bond hearing.In the days since the histor-ically unprecedented storm besieged Bay County, like almost everywhere else, the jail and courthouses were left without the ability to transmit communications. With ongoing repairs at each, the ability to hold first appearances in the usual fashion, via video transmitted from the jail to the courthouse, has been put on hold.Welch said that being face-to-face with inmates does not affect the process he goes through in determining a bond. He still looks at circumstances of the arrest, their residency and criminal history in every decision. However, being secluded in the jail, one factor he would sometimes consider is absent „ the inmates family, who would usually have an oppor-tunity to be at the courthouse and address the judge.Sometimes I know what Im going to do, and it doesnt matter what (family mem-bers) say,Ž Welch said. Not to be callous, but there are cases that demand a cer-tain response. In some other cases, (the inmate) could be at a disadvantage because the family is not represented. But we just do not have the Due process continues a er MichaelThe Bay County Jail is shown Monday after suffering damage during Hurricane Michael. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD] By Patrick McCreless 522-5118 | @PCNHPatrickM pmccreless@pcnh.comPANAMA CITY „ Bay County officials plan to move residents displaced by Hurricane Michael from temporary shelters to more long-term housing by Nov. 1.Bob Majka, county manager, said the goal is to relocate the nearly 800 people from the three schools currently used as shelters to a space capable of holding them. While Majka wasnt ready to disclose the location on Friday, he said the site would provide a variety of services.It will be a facility and adequate to serve the need,Ž Majka said. We have been, for several days, putting a plan together to relocate those people out of the schools.ŽMajka said Bay District Schools set the Nov. 1 dead-line for the relocation, since it plans to resume classes next month. Currently, Breakfast Point Academy, Surfside Middle School and the Deane Bozeman School are the three temporary shelters in the county. As of Friday, the three shelters combined held around 788 people.Majka added that once the site is running, it will be available to more than just those currently living in the shelters.Anybody who needs those services will be accepted,Ž he said.Majka said the site would offer much more than shel-ter and security.There will be laundry, showers and feeding,Ž Majka said. We are putting a transportation plan together so people can get their children to school or for people who dont have transportation and need to get out to take care of their properties.ŽThe site will also provide medical care, child daycare and internet services. And Long-term plan for displaced residents underway800 still at sheltersDisplaced hurricane survivor Al Brown holds his dog named Little Wee while standing outside of the designated shelter on Oct.26 at Bozeman. [PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS HERALD] By Katie Landeck@PCNHKatieL klandeck@pcnh.comPANAMA CITY „ Fifteen district schools are set to reopen on Monday, Nov. 5, Bay District Schools announced Friday.Northside Elementary School, Mosley High School (split schedule with Merritt Brown Middle School), Oakland Terrace Elementary School, Parker Elementary School (with Patterson Ele-mentary displaced students), Tommy Smith Elementary School, West Bay Elementary School, Patronis Elementary School, Waller Elementary School, Hutchison Beach Elementary School, New Horizons Learning Center, Southport Elementary School. Lynn Haven Elemen-tary School, Lucille Moore Elementary School, Deer Point Elementary School and Callaway Elementary School (with Tyndall Elementary displaced students) will all be in the first wave of schools to reopen.All other school sites, with the exceptions of Springfield Elementary, Tyndall Elementary, and Patterson Elementary, will be opening no later than the week of November 12, the district said."We know that opening our schools is an important step towards returning our community back to a semblance of normalcy," said Superintendent Bill Husfelt said in a prepared statement. "Our staff has been working First wave of schools to reopen Nov. 5By Collin Breaux 747-5081 | @PCNHCollinB collinb@pcnh.comCALLAWAY „ A free medical clinic is open in Cal-laway for East Bay County residents that arent able to drive to Panama City or Panama City Beach after Hurricane Michael.The clinic is at the Callaway Mens Club at John B. Gore Park on Beulah Ave. and opened the Monday after the storm, according to Laura Schoonover, an EMT working at the clinic. It is operated by medical staff under Dr. Ata Ulhaq, who runs offices in Panama City and Panama City Beach. The Panama City clinic on Jenks Ave. was destroyed.The Callaway clinic has seen anywhere from 20 to 40 patients a day so far and is using painted signs on nearby roadways to direct people to their site. They can do minor surgical procedures like remove toenails, help with mold-related breathing problems, refill medications and stitch people up.Callaway is destroyed and we realized a lot of people want help. People cant drive to town or the beach from here,Ž Schoonover said. We have insulin. We have antibiotics.ŽCallaway, like all of East Bay, saw massive damage from Hurricane Michael and many of its neighborhoods still have downed trees and debris, though roadways are clear and clean-up crews are in the area. The Callaway location was set up so resi-dents dont have to spend Free medical clinic set up in Callaway See RESIDENTS, B2 See PROCESS, B3 See SCHOOLS, B2 See CLINIC, B3

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** B2 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News Heraldthe site will have a post office, Majka said. We will even have the ability to care for pets there,Ž he said.Majka said the plan is to partner with all the municipalities in the county to help cover the cost of the housing ser-vices. The county expects to apply to the Federal Emergency Management Agency later for reim-bursement, Majka said.But were doing things right now based on the need,Ž he said. Well go to FEMA after the fact, but this is something that needs to be done from a human perspective.ŽPanama City Mayor Greg Brudnicki said the city plans to partner with county, state and federal officials to address the housing issue.Were now gathering facts and numbers so we know how much we have to deliver,Ž Brudnicki said.With so many homes and rental properties destroyed in the city, another option might be to ask FEMA for temporary trailers, Brudnicki said.Weve still got to gather information on how much housing is needed,Ž he said.Tom Kempton, spokes-man for FEMA, said on Thursday that the county and state hadnt yet requested tempo-rary trailers for the area. However, FEMA recently made county residents eligible for its transitional sheltering assistance pro-gram, which pays hotel and motel room costs for residents who need a place to stay while theyre fixing their homes or looking for a new perma-nent residence.Kempton said the problem Panama City faces is there are very few hotel rooms available, given that most are being used and many others were damaged in the hurricane. Kempton said various agencies are working together to find alternatives so people dont have to relocate.Caila Strickland needs a place to live, but doubts shell find one in the county.For nearly two weeks, the Callaway woman has lived with hundreds of others in the Deane Bozeman School with her 2-year-old daughter and ex-husband, Corey Eaton. Strickland said on Friday that she hadnt heard anything about what the plans were for people living in the shelters.Ive decided to relocate completely out of Panama City,Ž Strickland said as she sat on her cot in the schools gym. Were thinking about going more down south ƒ theres not many jobs here now, either.ŽEaton said he hoped to find a new job to save up enough money so the family could move.I worked at the Panama City Mall, but its not going to open again for another six months,Ž Eaton said. A friend and I are trying to find work.Ž RESIDENTSFrom Page B1Red Cross volunteer Charlotte Hardy organizes clothes on Oct.26 at Bozeman. Hardy has 39 years of experience as a Red Cross volunteer. [PHOTOS BY PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS HERALD] An elderly cat stretches while being housed at a Red Cross shelter on Oct.26 at Bozeman. diligently towards open-ing as many schools as quickly as we possibly can."The new calendar for the 2018-19 school year is still being discussed the the Florida Department of Education, but the district hopes to release a final version by next week."We know that some of the days we missed will have to be made up," Husfelt said in the release. "What we are hoping to do is keep the disruption to our normal schedule to a minimum and ensure that our students still have a Thanksgiving and Christmas Break and that we break for Summer close to the same time as we usually do."The schools had set a target reopening date of Nov. 12 after surveying the damage, but have managed to speed the process up with the help of "countless contractors" and a "dedicated maintenance staff. Repairing the schools has required around the clock work."This truly has been a team effort and every-one has worked together to ensure our students have safe facilities that are ready to welcome them back as soon as possible," Husfelt said. "This is a community that values education, loves our children and knows that they need to be back in school. A lot of people have worked tirelessly to make this happen and we look forward to welcoming our employees back on Monday and our students back as soon as possible."Parents are encouraged to enroll their students in the closest school to where they are currently staying. Students will be welcomed back to their old school, but the district may not be able to provide transportation. Students will be provided with school supplies and any clothing needed through a donation drive, and the dress code will be flexible during the first few weeks of school as students get settled. All district employees are being asked to report to work Monday, Oct. 29 if possible. SCHOOLSFrom Page B1 6 a.m Noon6 p.m Low Hazard Medium Hazard High Hazard Water closed to public Dangerous Marine Life High Low 82/61 79/63 79/57 78/64 78/66 79/59 79/58 79/58 74/55 72/49 78/58 79/57 78/57 77/66 77/66 77/62 76/58 77/6582/6381/6782/6978/61Sunny to partly cloudySunnyPartly sunny Cloudy, a shower and t-storm around7757747265Winds: NNW 4-8 mph Winds: SE 4-8 mph Winds: S 7-14 mph Winds: NW 10-20 mph Winds: S 4-8 mphBlountstown 6.52 ft. 15 ft. Caryville 5.09 ft. 12 ft. Clairborne 35.00 ft. 42 ft. Century 5.92 ft. 17 ft. Coffeeville, AL 2.64 ft. 29 ft. Through 7 a.m. Sat.Apalachicola 5:24a 12:12a 9:10p 1:20p Destin 12:13a 11:24a ----West Pass 4:57a 12:53p 8:43p --Panama City --10:40a ----Port St. Joe 10:03a 8:02a 10:53p 12:19p Okaloosa Island 11:37p 10:30a ----Milton 2:26a 1:45p ----East Bay 1:30a 1:15p ----Pensacola 12:46a 11:58a ----Fishing Bend 1:27a 12:49p ----The Narrows 2:23a 2:49p ----Carrabelle 3:59a 11:07a 7:45p 10:38pForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018LastNewFirstFull Oct 31Nov 7Nov 15Nov 22Sunrise today ........... 6:53 a.m. Sunset tonight .......... 5:59 p.m. Moonrise today ........ 9:29 p.m. Moonset today ....... 10:44 a.m. Today Mon. Today Mon.Clearwater 75/65/s 81/67/s Daytona Beach 73/54/s 81/61/s Ft. Lauderdale 80/66/s 82/71/s Gainesville 75/52/s 83/52/s Jacksonville 75/54/s 83/52/s Jupiter 78/61/s 82/69/s Key Largo 80/69/s 81/73/s Key West 81/73/s 82/77/s Lake City 75/52/s 82/49/s Lakeland 77/53/s 84/58/s Melbourne 77/56/s 83/64/s Miami 80/64/s 83/69/s Naples 80/58/s 84/64/s Ocala 76/52/s 84/54/s Okeechobee 77/50/s 82/60/s Orlando 76/53/s 84/58/s Palm Beach 79/65/s 81/72/s Tampa 77/61/s 85/62/s Today Mon. Today Mon.Baghdad 79/56/s 80/58/s Berlin 47/36/r 48/45/sh Bermuda 79/72/pc 78/71/sh Hong Kong 81/71/s 82/70/pc Jerusalem 69/52/s 72/53/s Kabul 78/44/c 76/46/s London 50/35/pc 50/39/c Madrid 51/34/pc 52/38/pc Mexico City 68/53/pc 69/54/pc Montreal 39/32/r 41/29/c Nassau 85/73/pc 84/72/s Paris 49/37/pc 44/39/sh Rome 74/64/t 75/55/t Tokyo 66/58/pc 70/56/pc Toronto 43/34/c 48/34/pc Vancouver 54/43/sh 53/43/sh Today Mon. Today Mon.Albuquerque 72/49/s 73/49/s Anchorage 38/28/c 33/24/sn Atlanta 72/51/s 70/48/s Baltimore 59/46/pc 60/39/pc Birmingham 77/50/s 74/54/s Boston 60/45/pc 54/39/r Charlotte 66/48/pc 66/40/s Chicago 53/40/sh 56/47/pc Cincinnati 57/42/t 57/41/pc Cleveland 52/42/r 51/39/pc Dallas 84/62/s 81/68/s Denver 76/45/s 77/38/pc Detroit 48/39/sh 53/37/pc Honolulu 86/74/c 85/75/pc Houston 82/62/s 81/68/s Indianapolis 56/41/sh 58/42/pc Kansas City 65/43/s 71/56/s Las Vegas 87/62/s 85/60/s Los Angeles 83/60/s 78/59/s Memphis 76/50/s 71/60/s Milwaukee 52/40/sh 56/46/pc Minneapolis 56/36/pc 60/45/pc Nashville 74/43/pc 66/49/s New Orleans 83/66/s 83/65/s New York City 56/47/pc 55/44/pc Oklahoma City 72/50/s 78/61/s Philadelphia 57/49/c 58/42/pc Phoenix 92/65/s 90/65/s Pittsburgh 48/40/r 49/37/pc St. Louis 66/41/s 67/56/s Salt Lake City 74/50/pc 59/39/pc San Antonio 81/63/s 81/66/s San Diego 75/61/s 74/60/s San Francisco 68/53/s 70/52/pc Seattle 56/48/r 55/48/r Topeka 67/41/s 74/54/s Tucson 90/59/s 87/60/s Wash., DC 61/51/pc 61/44/pcMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday Gulf Temperature: 73 Today: Wind from the west at 4-8 knots. Seas 2 feet or less. Visibility clear. Wind west at 7-14 knots. Seas 1-3 feet. Mostly clear. Tomorrow: Wind from the northwest at 6-12 knots. Seas 1-3 feet. Visibility clear to the horizon.Plenty of sunshine today. Winds west-southwest 4-8 mph. Clear tonight. Winds west 4-8 mph.High/low ......................... 70/56 Last year's high/low ....... 78/53 Normal high/low ............. 78/57 Record high ............. 87 (1984) Record low ............... 35 (1990)24 hours through 4 p.m. .. 0.00" Month to date .................. 4.06" Normal month to date ...... 3.19" Year to date ................... 46.66" Normal year to date ....... 52.18" Average humidity .............. 65%through 4 p.m. yesterdayHigh/low ......................... 69/56 Last year's high/low ....... 80/64 Normal high/low ............. 76/59 Record high ............. 89 (1938) Record low ............... 33 (1942)24 hours through 4 p.m. .. 0.00" Month to date .................. 3.00" Normal month to date ...... 3.47" Year to date ................... 48.27" Normal year to date ....... 52.80" Average humidity .............. 69%PANAMA CITY Port St. Joe Apalachicola Tallahassee Perry Quincy Monticello Marianna Chipley DeFuniak Springs Pensacola FORT WALTON BEACH Crestview Destin Carrabelle Mobile Bainbridge ValdostaFLORIDA CITIESCity Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W WORLD CITIESCity Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W NATIONAL CITIESCity Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W TODAY FIVE DAY FORECAST FOR NORTHWEST FLORIDAHigh LowREGIONAL WEATHERWeather(W): ssunny, pcpartly cloudy, ccloudy, shshowers, tthunderstorms, rrain, sfsnow ” urries, snsnow, iice. Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows.Shown are todays noon postions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.TIDESMARINE FORECASTBEACH FLAG WARNINGSThe higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection.0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme10 a.m.Noon2 p.m.4 p.m.UV INDEX TODAYALMANACSUN AND MOON MOON PHASESRIVER LEVELS Offshore Northwest Florida Flood Level StageApalachicola Choctawhatchee Alabama Escambia Tombigbee Temperatures PrecipitationPanama CityTemperatures PrecipitationFort Walton Beach

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 B3 BOYNTON BEACHPolice: Girl shoots herself with gun found in her couchAuthorities say a 7-year-old Florida girl shot herself in the arm after finding a gun under a cushion on her living room couch.According to a Boynton Beach Police report, 25-year-old Travonte Leslie put his gun under the cushion before sleeping on the couch Thursday night. Leslie told detectives he had loaded the gun with an empty magazine before replacing it under the cushion Friday afternoon.The police report says Leslie was sitting outside and the girls mother was in the bathroom when they heard a gunshot.Leslie was held Saturday without bond on a charge of neglect of a child causing great bodily harm. Palm Beach County jail records did not show whether he had an attorney. The police report said the girl needed surgery for the gunshot injury to her left arm. ORLANDOQuarter million Floridians registered since primary electionMore than a quarter million Floridians have registered to vote in the months since the last registration deadline for the primary elections. The Florida Division of Elections reported this week that almost 265,000 Floridians reg-istered to vote from the last deadline at the end of July through the Oct. 9 deadline for the gen-eral election.More than 13.2 million Floridians are registered to vote for the Nov. 6 election featuring high-profile races for governor and the U.S. Senate. More than 4.9 million Floridians are registered as Democrats, 4.6 mil-lion are registered as Republicans and 3.5 million have no party affiliation.Democrats gained more than 105,000 new voters, compared to the Republicans 87,000 new voters, in the two months between the deadlines for the primary and general election registrations. BARTOWMan gets life for crime spree that left 2 deadA Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for the fatal stabbings of two women during a crime spree. The Ledger reports that 33-year-old Terrell Williams was sen-tenced after jurors found him guilty Thursday of two counts of first-degree murder.Authorities say Wil-liams, Devonere McCune, Michael Gordon and Jovan Lamb robbed an Auburndale pawn shop in January 2015. McCune was arrested following a shootout with police in nearby Haines City.Following a 911 call, deputies responded to a nearby home and found the bodies of 72-yearold Patricia Moran, and her daughter, 51-year-old Deborah Royal. Authori-ties say Williams, Gordon and Lamb were arrested after trying to flee in the victims car. Investiga-tors believe Gordon killed the women.Gordon and Lamb are set to stand trial next year. McCune had pre-viously been sentenced to 25 years as part of a plea deal, but prosecutors set aside the deal when he refused to testify. WEST PALM BEACHWoman charged after child falls from 2nd-” oor windowAuthorities say a Florida woman was unconscious when a 5-year-old boy she was watching fell from a second-floor window.The Palm Beach Post reports that 44-year-old Desiree Williams was arrested Wednesday and charged with child neglect. West Palm Beach police say firefighters responded to the home Wednesday and found the boy, who said his back and legs hurt. He later told police that Williams was sleeping when he leaned out a bedroom window and fell.No one responded when rescue workers knocked on the homes door. They forced the door open and reported finding Williams unconscious and smelling like alcohol. She told authorities she drank wine and took Advil that afternoon.Williams was free on $3,000 bail. Jail records didnt list an attorney.STATE BRIEFSPANAMA CITYNews Herald of“ ce to reopenThe Panama City News Herald will be open for limited business at 501 W. 11th St. starting Monday. A mobile unit will be set up to the left of the original office build-ing where customers can come to place classified advertising, pay their subscription or advertis-ing invoices, buy copies of the News Herald and purchase newsprint rolls. The office will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.You also can call for subscription services at 850-747-5050, classified advertising at 850-747-5020 or general informa-tion 850-747-5000.LYNN HAVENBCSO to reopen of“ ce The Bay County Sher-iffs Office, 3421 N. State 77, will reopen to the public Monday, Oct. 29, at 8 a.m.PANAMA CITY14th Judicial Circuit Courts to reopenAll courts within the 14th Judicial Circuit „ Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, and Washington Counties „ will reopen on Monday, Oct. 29.PANAMA CITYGCSC sets up info phone line for studentsStudents at Gulf Coast State College can call an information phone line at 850-873-3514 to find out about school reopen-ing Nov. 5 and get other questions answered.It will be available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., a news release stated.PANAMA CITYLuckys Market donating Monday proceeds to recovery efforts Proceeds from Luckys Market sales in Florida on Monday, Oct. 29, will benefit Panhan-dle residents affected by Hurricane Michael.Ten percent of sales at all Luckys Market Florida locations will be donated to Feeding the Gulf Coast and Second Harvest of the Big Bend to help to recover and rebuild,Ž a news release stated.PANAMA CITY BEACHIRONMAN Foundation donates to Hurricane Michael relief effortsThe IRONMAN Foundation is partnering with other organizations to help Bay County residents affected by Hurricane Michael. The IRONMAN Foundation will match up to $100,000 in donations and has already pledged $50,000. Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation is also pledging $25,000 and HOKA ONE ONE is pledg-ing $10,000 to relief efforts, a news release stated.The 2018 IRONMAN Foundation Community 5K to Support Hurricane Michael Relief presented by HOKA ONE ONE will held on Saturday, Nov. 3, at 9 a.m. The 20th edition of the IRONMAN Florida triatholon usually held in Panama City Beach is being moved to Haines City due to Bay County being dam-aged by Michael.As we mark the 20th edition of IRONMAN Flor-ida, our thoughts continue to be with community of Panama City Beach, Bay County and the surround-ing area who were impacted by Hurricane Michael,Ž said Sarah Hartmann, acting executive director for the IRONMAN Foundation, in the news release. We are calling upon our greater IRONMAN community to join us in helping to bring assistance in this time of need. The areas affected will require ongoing assis-tance and donations, and service projects will be critically important for their continued recovery efforts.ŽThe IRONMAN Foundation is also raising donations through T-shirt sales and at the Haines City event. For more information on donations, visit IronmanFoundation.org/Florida. News Herald Staff ReportsLOCAL BRIEFS By Jim Saunders The News Service of FloridaTALLAHASSEE „ Trying to help human-trafficking victims get a new start in life, Florida lawmakers in 2013 unanimously passed a bill aimed at helping vic-tims expunge records of crimes they might have committed under duress.But pointing to an exception in the law, a South Florida appeals court Wednesday upheld a ruling that prevented a woman from shedding the record of a kidnap-ping charge that stemmed from a time when she was forced to work as a pros-titute and recruit other women.A three-judge panel of the 3rd District Court of Appeal indicated regret that it could not order expunction of a record for the woman identified only by the initials M.G. But like a Miami-Dade County circuit judge had ruled earlier, the appeals court said it did not have discretion to erase the kidnapping charge.While we can certainly sympathize with M.G.s tragic circumstances and admire her determination in overcoming them, we cannot substitute our judgment for that of the Legislature,Ž said the 11-page ruling, written by appeals-court Judge Kevin Emas and joined by judges Richard Suarez and Ivan Fernandez. The construction of the stat-ute as urged by M.G. must be the result of legislative amendment, not judicial pronouncement.ŽLawmakers in recent years have taken a series of steps to try to help human-trafficking vic-tims, who often are forced into prostitution. The 2013 law was designed to allow victims to ask courts to expunge records of crimes committed while they were being trafficked, but it included an exception for certain types of crimes, includ-ing kidnapping.Wednesdays ruling said M.G. became a victim of human traffick-ing in 2007, which led to her being forced to work as a prostitute. A man who ran the prostitution operation also forced her to recruit other women, and if she broke rules, he would beat her in front of the other women,Ž the ruling said.In 2010, M.G. was forced to befriend another woman to work as a prostitute. The other woman later escaped and said she had been kid-napped, which led to the arrests of M.G. and the man on charges including sex trafficking and kidnapping, Wednesdays ruling said.M.G. subsequently entered into a plea agree-ment in which she pleaded guilty to sex-trafficking and prostitution charges, while prosecutors did not move forward with the kidnapping charge. After serving a sentence, M.G. sought to get all of the criminal-history records expunged. A circuit judge granted the request, except for the record of the kidnapping charge.In the appeal, M.G.s attorneys contended that the circuit judge had discretion to grant expunction because M.G. was not convicted on the kidnapping charge. But the appeals court said the state law did not give leeway to expunge that charge.We agree with the trial courts determination that no ambiguity exists, and that expunction of criminal history records related to the offense of kidnapping is precluded by the plain language of the statute,Ž Wednes-days ruling said.Court says tra cking victim cant shed recordhours in traffic or dodging around utility crews on their way to the beach or town.The medical supplies at the clinic come from Ulhaqs offices and dona-tions. Though they cant do X-rays, the rest of their equipment is designed to see whats going on,Ž Schoonover said. The clinic even does follow-ups on patients that come more than once.The clinics hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Donations are accepted so the clinic can get further supplies, and Schoonover said it feels good to give back to the community.I wouldnt want to be anywhere else right now. You know these people are working hard,Ž Schoonover said. Theyre trying to get their lives taken care of.Ž CLINICFrom Page B1capability for them to be present. These are the conditions the storm left us with.ŽAs each inmate stood before Welch, they were flanked on either side by jail personnel. Emotions run high when the amount of a bond can mean the arrestees are unable to get back to their home, family or jobs. In each case, the decision can bring objection or a sigh of relief.Some inmates bring with them to their first appearances stormrelated excuses for their arrest.I came down from Bonifay to check on some family members, and my car broke down,Ž Justin Moore told the court was his reason for violating the disaster curfew.Gary Richardson said hed been at a house when the inhabitants decided to rob him. So he had no choice but to be out after curfew, he said.I was the victim,Ž Richardson told the court. They drug me outside and tried to roll me for my bicycle. Thats the truth.ŽOne new arrestee, Justin Tabory, had been arrested for domestic violence and was asking for the court to not issue a no contactŽ order. I have no idea what to do,Ž he said. She will be on the street. Our whole house got demolished, and were staying with my mom and dad.ŽIn the two days that followed Hurricane Michael, there was no way to hold first appear-ances, said Bay County Sheriffs Office Maj. Rick Anglin, warden of the jail. He said the thousands of downed trees and power lines left by the storm made it impossible for a judge to get to the jail.We had to wait for the roads to get cleared,Ž Anglin said. On the flip side, we had very few people coming to the jail.ŽOn Wednesday, public defender Kim Jewell, who typically works homicide and death penalty cases, was present to represent the inmates legal interests. But even with a seasoned defense attorney present, its not always easy to predict when an arrestee is going to say something they might regret in future court appearances.Welch said inmates frequently curse him. Usually, the inability to control their temper would garner an additional 15 days in jail for contempt of court. Under the current circumstances, Welch said he was exercising leniency.Those days, the jail was also operating without power or running water. Debris crews and jail per-sonnel attempted to clear a path for the arrival of replacement generators. Those issues have been resolved.Anglin said the inmate phone system is still down, but they are not without the ability to post bond. Inmates can currently post bonds with cash, money order, a cashiers check or a family member can go through a bondsman, he said.The courts have bent over backwards to work with us during all this,Ž Anglin said. Because of us being able to work together, weve been able to ensure inmates receive due process.Ž PROCESSFrom Page B1

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** B4 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News HeraldBy Gary Fineout The Associated PressBONIFAY „ It's less than two weeks before Election Day, but instead of campaigning Florida Gov. Rick Scott is talk-ing to elementary school students about whether they've gotten power back. Then it's off to a disas-ter recovery center where he winds up hugging a woman after she tells him how two members of her husband's family died during the fury of Hurri-cane Michael as it ripped through Florida's Pan-handle. During a lengthy conversation, she urges him not to forget about the rural communities just below the Alabama border that are still strug-gling in the aftermath of the deadly storm.Embroiled in a razortight and expensive battle with Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson that could determine control of the U.S. Senate, Scott is spending his day in two neighboring counties that have a total of 27,000 registered voters in the nation's third larg-est state. It underscores the challenge he faces in the final stretch of the campaign: balancing his responsibility as gover-nor against the demands of a closely-contested campaign in one of the nation's most critical swing states.It's not that his cam-paign has shut down: It's still spending millions on a blizzard of television ads, much of it paid from Scott's own personal for-tune, including one that touted his leadership responding to Hurricane Michael and other ads ripping into Nelson. Scott also appeared this week on Fox News to talk about the race, and his campaign announced Friday that he would be back on the campaign trail this weekend. He is also plan-ning to appear alongside President Donald Trump next week at a political rally in southwest Florida."I don't think about politics, I think about my job," contends Scott, who's dressed in his now-trademark Navy cap, taupe jeans and blue shirt instead of his usual suit. "The governor should be leading the response effort."Scott had been walking a tight-rope: Ignore the Panhandle counties in a moment of need and risk criticism, but at the same time news about the storm and Scott's efforts have been fading in areas not dealing with the daily grind of rebuilding and recovery."People like to see their governor here," said Faye Yongue, who works for a Panhandle education consortium and is having lunch a few feet away from Scott and the local sheriff in a barbecue restaurant. "This is still Florida."For Scott, the focus on storm recovery means spending time talking to power and telecommunications company executives, coordinating with federal disaster offi-cials or touring damaged Tyndall Air Force Base.But Scott's attention to the storm allowed him to sidestep the barrage of criticism he has weath-ered in recent months on the campaign trail. He's been put on the defense over the algae and red tide that have plagued both coasts, cuts to education funding he pursued in first year as governor and his relative silence over Florida being part of a an ongoing lawsuit to undermine the Affordable Care Act.Sen. Nelson's campaign contends Scott has used the hurricane as some sort of cover.Dan McLaughlin, a spokesman for Nelson's campaign, in an email to reporters said the governor was "politically deceitful and using the hurricane to hide from voters."Scott, however, has pushed back, saying Nelson should also be spending time in the region since federal agen-cies are also helping with the recovery. In the last few days, Nelson has campaigned with former Vice President Joe Biden and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum in several places across the state."I'm shocked that Sen. Nelson came down for three or four days of photo ops and then decided he's going to campaign and said there's nothing else he can do," said Scott, referring to a comment Nelson made last week in Tampa. "This takes everybody's effort."McLaughlin blasts back and points out that on the same day Scott was in the towns of Chipley and Bonifay that Nelson had visited the small town of Lynn Haven."Scott's assertion that he was there and left is completely false," McLaughlin said. "It's like a doctor coming out of the emergency room after an operation. It doesn't mean the doctor is quitting."In crucial US Senate race, Scott balances storm and politicsFlorida Gov. Rick Scott, speaks to Cuban-American supporters at a campaign stop, in Hialeah, Fla. Scott is getting back on the campaign trail after spending more than two weeks dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. Despite being embroiled in a tight race with U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, Scott has spent most of his time in the Florida Panhandle counties damaged by the deadly storm. [AP PHOTO/WILFREDO LEE, FILE]

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** B6 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News HeraldBy Tom Philpott Syndicated ColumnistAs envisioned and directed by Congress two years ago, this was to be the month that the fiveyear-old Defense Health Agency (DHA) assumed management responsibility for all Army, Navy and Air Force health care facilities, which includes 59 hospitals and 360 clin-ics across the nation and at U.S. bases overseas.The restructuring of the military health system, arguably the largest ever undertaken, is proceed-ing. This month hospitals and clinics at Fort Bragg, N.C., Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla., Kees-ler AFB, Miss., Joint Base Charleston, S.C. and Sey-mour Johnson AFB, N.C., came under DHA control. But given the complex-ity of such transfers, and to protect medical readi-ness, Congress in August extended its original deadline for consolidating health care facility opera-tions by a full three years, until Sept. 30, 2021.The Defense Department in June rolled out a final implementation plan for sweeping health system reforms lawmak-ers directed in the fiscal 2017 defense authoriza-tion act. The revised plan described recent steps by the department to modernize governance of the health system. It also urged a more gradual phase-in for streamlining and standardizing of health care delivery under DHA.Congress granted that request, with extension language in the fiscal 2019 defense policy bill that the president signed Aug. 13. Lawmakers declined, however, to grant the Defense Secretary author-ity to waive specific requirements of the con-solidation if he determines more delays are necessary to keep the pace of trans-fer feasible or to preserve medical readiness.Instead, Congress fur-ther strengthened the role of DHA director and more precisely defined respon-sibilities for medical readiness that remain with the Army, Navy and Air Force surgeons general. These include: assignment of uniformed medical and dental personnel to military health facilities; ensuring their medical readiness; providing logistical support and training for deployment, and overseeing their mobilization and demobilization. Surgeons general remain responsible for ensuring the medical force can support the warfighter. They also will continue to fill uniformed leadership positions across the mili-tary health system.Congress also directed that no military treat-ment facility be closed or downsized without the department first submit-ting a report to the armed services committees on methodology and criteria used for the decision. It further ordered DHA to stand up two subordinate organizations: one for research and development and another to focus on public health issues.Dr. Terry Adirim, deputy assistant secretary of health services policy and oversight, wrote much of departments final implementation plan report, which appears to have persuaded Congress to allow a more gradual phase-in schedule for consolidating non-opera-tional health care delivery under DHA.This is probably the biggest transformation of the military health system in history,Ž or at least for decades, Adirim said, requiring a huge listŽ of changes to integrate operations in DHA from across military medical departments.To do that in a short period of time is hugely challenging. So, we needed the time to do the planning and then begin to make sure all functions coming under the DHA are successfully transferred. We thought doing this phased approach would reduce risk and give us more time to ensure we get it right.ŽThe reforms have several goals. One is to lower costs by ending duplication of effort and inefficient use of resources from having three services run sepa-rate medical departments. Another is standardizing care experiences across the military by adopting identical clinical practices and processes.As responsibilities of the DHA director expand and those of the services and their surgeons general narrow, the shift should be invisible to the 9 million beneficiaries of military health care, Adirim said.Theyre not going to see any difference in the level of service or care except, we hope, eventually they will see improvement and a more standard (care) experience,Ž she said. This transition is really impact-ing mostly headquarters.ŽThe plan unveiled in June does project both health care savings and overall staff reductions as Army, Navy and Air Force lose medical headquarters personnel in numbers greater than staff growth planned at DHA.The Department has already programmed a 25 percent reduction in man-power positions aligned to medical headquarters across the enterpriseŽ and a $202.5 million cut in health plan costs tied to that effort, the report says.More reductions are planned, it adds. But because service branches will be supporting the transition of administra-tion and managementŽ functions to DHA through 2019, the Department does not anticipate major reductions in headquarters manpower beyond the 25 percent reduction already established.ŽWhen DHA was estab-lished in 2013, it took charge of certain shared servicesŽ across the health system, including medical logistics, information technology, pharmacies, TRICARE health plans, facility planning, medical research, acquisition, budget management, and medical education and training. That saved $2.3 billion from fiscal 2015 through 2017, the report contends.It also identifies new reforms with potential to save $760 million more annually by fiscal 2023 through improved management of access to care, of purchased support services such as housekeeping and dietary services at mili-tary treatment facilities, and of medical facility operations, including laboratories and radiol-ogy. DHA also expects to squeeze costs from TRI-CARE support contracts.Much of the final plan report focuses on a more streamlined governance scheme for the health system adopted earlier this year to speed up a sclerotic decisionmaking process that has the effect of demoralizing staff and other stakeholders who seek to make timely improvements in (military health system)policy, readiness and health care delivery.ŽRestructuring of health systems slows to curb readiness risk

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** B10 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News HeraldBy Michael Balsamo, Eric Tucker and Colleen Long The Associated PressWASHINGTON „ A Florida man with a crimi-nal history and a fervor for President Donald Trump sent at least 13 mail bombs to prominent Democrats, Justice Department offi-cials said, crediting DNA, a fingerprint match and misspellings for the key break in a case that spread fear of election-season violence with little prec-edent in the U.S.Cesar Sayoc, 56, of Aventura, Florida, faces five federal charges in connection with a mail bomb plot that spurred a weeklong, coast-tocoast investigation that continued even after he was taken into custody Friday as investigators scrutinized additional suspicious packages intended for Democrats.Sayoc will make his first court appearance next week, where additional details may be revealed about a motive. In the meantime, Attor-ney General Jeff Sessions suggested that politics may have played a role and noted that Sayoc appeared to be a "partisan." Those who saw him in the Florida neighborhood, unmistakable in a white van plastered with Trump's image and political stick-ers, described him as unsettling and troubled.Sayoc's social media profiles portray a deeply disaffected conservative who trafficked in online conspiracy theories, parody accounts and name-calling. He called a Florida school shooting survivor a "fake phony," peddled theories about George Soros, the billionaire political donor targeted this week by a package bomb, and denigrated other Democrats who were later the intended recipients of explosive packages.An amateur body builder and former strip-per who once spent time on probation for a bomb threat charge, Sayoc first registered as a Republican voter just ahead of the March 2016 Republican primary and quickly identified himself as a proud Trump supporter, tweeting and posting on Facebook videos that appear to show him at Trump rallies.He appeared to be living in his van, showering on the beach or at a local fit-ness center.Sayoc's arrest Friday was a major break-through in the nationwide manhunt following the discovery of the explosive devices „ none of which detonated „ addressed to prominent Democrats and other frequent targets of conservative ire, including former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton and the cable network CNN. On Friday, new packages addressed to New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and former National Intelligence Director James Clapper were intercepted „ both similar to those containing pipe bombs discovered earlier in the week. Investigators in California scrutinized a package sent to Demo-cratic Sen. Kamala Harris, her office said, and one sent to Tom Steyer, a billionaire businessman who has campaigned for months for Trump's impeachment.The mail bombs, coming shortly before major midterm elections, sparked a heated national conversation about the hard-edged political cli-mate and Trump's role in fanning the flames. The president has branded the media the "enemy of the people" and hurled harsh, personal insults at others targeted in the plot. Shortly after Sayoc was detained, Trump declared that "we must never allow political violence to take root in America" and that Americans "must unify."Speaking later to reporters Friday evening before leaving for a political rally in North Carolina, Trump said he knows Sayoc supported him but that he himself "bears no blame." Hours earlier Trump had complained via tweet that "this 'bomb' stuff" was taking attention away from the upcoming election and that critics were wrongly blaming him.FBI and police officials worked swiftly to untan-gle clues this week as the packages mounted, some-times several in the same day.The big break came when a fingerprint found on one of the packages, intended for California Rep. Maxine Waters, matched a fingerprint of Sayoc's on file with Florida authorities. A DNA sample from a device intended for Obama similarly matched the suspect's DNA, the FBI said.An additional clue: Mis-spellings from his online posts matched mistakes found on the packages, according to an 11-page criminal complaint that included the formal charges of threatening former presidents and transporting explosives across state lines.Some packages included photographs of the intended recipients marked with a red "x," the FBI said. The packages contained timers and bat-teries, but were not rigged to explode upon opening. Officials were uncertain whether the devices were poorly designed or never intended to cause physi-cal harm.Authorities noted that they included "energetic material." A footnote to the charging document said such explosive mate-rial "gives off heat and energy through a rapid exothermic reaction when initiated by heat, shock or friction.""These are not hoax devices," FBI Director Chris Wray said.Sayoc was arrested near an auto parts store in Plan-tation, Florida, north of Miami. Across the street, Thomas Fiori, a former federal law enforcement officer, said he saw about 50 armed officers swarm a man standing outside a white van. They ordered him to the ground, Fiori said, and he did not resist.DNA, ngerprint match helped lead FBI to mail bomb suspectBy John Kennedy jkennedy@gatehousemedia.comTALLAHASSEE „ An undercover FBI agent, who records show provided a ticket to Broadways "Hamil-ton" to Andrew Gillum, also may have paid more than $4,000 for food at a political fundraiser for the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, according to documents released Friday.The documents were sent to the state Com-mission on Ethics as part of an investigation into Gillum, the Tallahassee mayor. They are from Adam Corey, a Tallahassee lobbyist who was Gillums volunteer campaign treasurer during his 2014 run for mayor.They show that the agent, posing as a devel-oper known as Mike Miller, volunteered to pick up the meal tab for an April 2016 fundraiser for Gillums political committee, Florida Forward. He was sent a bill for $4,386 by Corey, who hosted the event at his home.Attached is the invoice for the dinner you graciously offered to sponsor,Ž Corey wrote in a later email to Miller.Florida Forward records dont show Millers contribution, and its unclear whether the agent, or anyone else, paid for the event. The Gillum campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.The latest 80-plus pages of documents follows a release of records earlier this week that raised more questions about the ticket to Hamilton that Gillum received during an August 2016 trip to New York City.Gillum has said that his brother Marcus sup-plied the ticket, as part of a swap with Corey for a Jay-Z concert ticket. But texts involving the three men credited Miller with supplying the ticket.Gillums opponent, Republican Ron DeSantis, ridiculed him over the matter during a statewide televised debate this week and has been running TV ads saying that his rival cant be trusted.Gillum is downplaying the importance of the ticket in the governors race, and said he was guilty only of not having asked more questionsŽ about get-ting the ticket.The Ethics Commission has said that its investigation of the complaint against Gillum will not be con-cluded before Election Day. The complaint was filed by Erwin Jackson, a Tallahassee businessman and frequent critic of Tallahassee city government.Gillum has said repeatedly that he is not the target of the FBI investigation of Tallahassee government, which involved three undercover FBI agents posing as out-of-town developers looking to invest in property in a government-backed community redevelop-ment district.Gillum and Corey met with the agents in New York City on the Hamilton trip. Corey had arranged an earlier meeting in Tallahassee with the agents while he was in Costa Rica with Gillum, a trip that also is part of the ethics probe.Food tab part of Gillum inquiryRecords show FBI agent may have paid $4,000 at fundraiserDemocratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO] This frame grab from video provided by WPLG-TV shows FBI agents escorting Cesar Sayoc, in sleeveless shirt, in Miramar, Fla., on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. Sayoc is an amateur body builder and former male stripper, a loner with a long arrest record who showed little interest in politics until Donald Trump came along. On Friday, he was identi“ ed by authorities as the Florida man who put pipe bombs in small manila envelopes, af“ xed six stamps and sent them to some of Donald Trumps most prominent critics. [WPLG-TV VIA AP]

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 B11By Felicia Sonmez and Tim Craig The Washington PostAn Idaho-based white supremacist group is making a new round of racist robocalls targeting Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum that appear to be directed at black Democratic Party leaders in the state.Two county Democratic Party chairs told The Washington Post that they received the new robocall Tuesday morning. It features a man impersonating Gillum in a minstrel dialect, while jungle sounds and chim-panzee noises can be heard in the background.Well, hello there! I is the negro, Andrew Gillum, and I be askin you to make me governor of this here state of Florida,Ž the minute-long call begins, according to a recording obtained by The Post.The speaker compares the white mans medicine, which is very expensive, cause it uses science and whatnot,Ž with the medicine of my African race,Ž which involves puttin de chicken feets under your pillows during the full moonŽ and dont hardly cost nothin at all.ŽSo Is promise, if you make me, Andrew Gillum, the governor, every peoples that be ailin will get all the chicken feets they need,Ž the voice on the call says.The ad then takes an anti-Semitic turn, with the speaker claiming that it was the Jews who owned the slave tradeŽ and that Jews will be puttin Negros in charge over the white folks.ŽAll the Jews gon vote me, Andrew Gillum, gov-ernor of this here state of Florida,Ž the ad concludes. The sound of a chimp can be heard after the speaker says Gillums name.A man states at the end of the call that it was paid for by TheRoadToPower.com.Ž The group also was behind another racist robocall targeting Gillum in August.Polls show Gillum locked in a tight race against Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla. If elected, Gillum would become the states first black governor. The two Florida Demo-cratic Party county chairs who received the robocall Tuesday morning said they believe it is targeting black Democratic leaders in the state and is aimed at keeping Gillums support-ers away from the polls.I was highly insulted,Ž said Cynthia Moore Chestnut, chair of the Alachua County Democratic Party, who posted about the robocall on her Facebook page. Chestnut, who is black, said she believes the call was specifically designed to intimidate me and any other African-Americans that hold a leadership role.Ž But I have encouraged everyone that we have to vote, vote, vote and not be intimidated by this,Ž she said.Shawn Kinsey, chairman of the Polk County Democratic Party, said the robocall, which was left on his voicemail, was disgustingŽ and took me aback.ŽIts just very disturbing in this political climate,Ž he said. I never thought that I would receive something like that.ŽBoth Chestnut and Kinsey said that they received the call on their cellphones and that it came from a Tallahassee area code.At a campaign event in Orlando, DeSantis called the robocalls disgustingŽ and urged the media to investigate their source.I want to know whos doing that,Ž DeSantis said. I can tell you we are not doing it, and I think the people doing it are doing it because they are trying to create division.ŽGillum, meanwhile, suggested that extremist groups are taking their cuesŽ from DeSantis.In an appearance Tues-day evening on MSNBC, Gillum seized on DeSantis previous warning to voters not to monkey this upŽ by electing him a phrase that, Gillum maintained, is not com-monly used, as far as I know.ŽIts not hard to under-stand why neo-Nazis would take an extension of that and then take it to the next level of extrem-ity,Ž he said, blasting the robocalls and other ads that he said are intended to further a stereotype about black men illegal, unethical, take things for free.ŽDeSantis has said that the phrase was not intended as a dog whistle.ŽWhite supremacist group targets Gillum in new racist robocall Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum talks during a CNN debate against his Republican opponent Ron DeSantis in Tampa, Fla. Florida Democrats are trying to mine votes in rural areas where theyve lost badly in recent years to the Republicans. [AP PHOTO/CHRIS O’MEARA, FILE]

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 C1 SPORTSBy Dustin Kent747-5065 | @PCNHDustinKent dkent@pcnh.comSAND HILLS „ Bozemans first game in three weeks wasnt exactly a clinic in terms of preparation and exe-cution from the Bucks. There were struggles on both sides of the ball, blown assign-ments, and missed tackles in Fridays 39-21 loss to South Walton. For Bucks coach Jason Grif-fin, however, the fact that Bozemans players were on a football field at all given what has transpired in Bay County over the last two weeks was something to celebrate. Im so proud of my guys for showing up and playing,Ž he said. My guys fought so hard. We were not as prepared as wed have liked to have been, but we played hard. Im just so proud of the guys for showing up this week with all that theyre facing and their families are facing. Some of our guys still dont have power, but theyre going to keep showing up at practice and do their best to try to help our community start healing. I couldnt be prouder of the Bozeman Bucks program despite what the scoreboard says.Ž Bozemans return to action just over two weeks since Hurricane Michael was met by a surging South Walton team that has now won four of six games since a 1-2 start. The Seahawks played last week in a 20-18 win over Freeport and looked the sharper team throughout the night. They got a huge performance from junior quarterback Drake Roberts, who completed 31 of 44 passes for 351 yards and four touchdowns, with Seahawks soar by Bucks, 39-21See BOZEMAN, C2South Waltons Jaden Page tries to get away from Bozemans Austin Sato on Friday. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD] By Tim CroftThe Port St. Joe Star | 850-227-7827 @PSJ_Star | tcroft@starfl.comPORT ST. JOE „ Less than a minute into the second period Friday afternoon Arnold became just the second team to score on Port St. Joe this season. With zero time on the clock after four quarters at Shark Stadium, the Tiger Sharks remained unbeaten after roll-ing past the Marlins (4-3) 34-14 behind a series of big plays and key second-half drive. But, in reality, which team won, which lost, and final scores meant little; just over two weeks after Hurricane Michael laid waste to Gulf County, Friday football was back. It was good to get back out there,Ž said Port St. Joe coach Greg Jordan. Today was about more than wins and losses for the kids, the school and the community. We represented well. Over-all, I was pleased with how we played.Ž The Tiger Sharks practiced the Tuesday before the storm and did not come back together until eight days after Michael, for a dinner of grilled hamburgers just to see who had evacuated and whether num-bers were sufficient for a team. And after missing two games, the kickoff for Friday was moved to 4 p.m. to accommo-date safe travel for the Marlins and admission was waived. We had 35 on the varsity roster and we have 33 kids who are here and want to play,Ž Jordan said. They wanted to be out here representing their school and community.ŽWhile there were mistakes borne of inactivity and lack of game action, the Tiger Sharks (7-0 with a trip to North Flor-ida Christian remaining in the regular season) did what needed doing for victory. They rushed for over 300 yards and ended with 374 total offensive yards. The defense allowed a touch-down for just the second time this season, and though they limited the Marlins to 240 yards, it was the most yardage Port St. Joe has allowed this season. Port St. Joe was first on the scoreboard, which was up and running just five minutes before kickoff after rapid repairs, when Josh Butts completed the teams second possession with a wind-ing 21-yard run. Butts had a game-high 113 yards rushing and was 3 for 6 Port St. Joe handles Arnold 3414 See PORT ST. JOE, C3The Associated PressLOS ANGELES „ Exhausted yet exhilarated, the Dodgers headed home for a catnap. The Red Sox may well toss and turn thinking about one that got away.Max Muncys home run leading off the bottom of the 18th inning finally ended the longest World Series game in history early Saturday and gave Los Angeles a 3-2 victory over Boston that drew the Dodgers to 2-1 in the best-of-seven matchup.Muncy homered to leftcenter on a 3-2 pitch from Nathan Eovaldi, jolting the remaining fans to their feet at 12:30 a.m. A grinning Muncy tossed his helmet in the air as he headed for third in the final scene of a game that lasted 7 hours, 20 minutes.The feeling was just pure joy and incredible excite-ment,Ž he said.The Dodgers mobbed Muncy at home plate, celebrating the solo shot that pulled them back from the brink of a potential 3-0 Series deficit that no team has ever recovered from. The Red Sox could only rue their near-miss.Dodgers beat Red Sox in longest Series gameLos Angeles Dodgers Max Muncy watches his walk off home run off Boston Red Sox pitcher Nathan Eovaldi during the 18th inning. [AP PHOTO/MARK J. TERRILL] The Associated PressTALLAHASSEE „ Trevor Lawrence threw four touch-down passes, and No. 2 Clemson handed Florida State its worst home loss in program history with a 59-10 victory on Saturday.Lawrence completed 20 of 37 passes for 314 yards before staying on the side-line for good late in the third quarter. Tee Higgins and Amari Rodgers each had two touchdown receptions.Clemson (8-0, 5-0 Atlan-tic Coast Conference) has won four straight in the series for the first time. Its also the first time Florida State has lost four consecutive games to an ACC program (Miami previously achieved that feat before joining the league).This was an awesome accomplishment for our seniors,Ž Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. This was something they really wanted to do ... be that first ACC senior class to go 4-0 on these guys.ŽThe Tigers moved to 8-0 for the seventh time in school history, including the third time in the last four seasons. They were dominant in the second quarter, scoring four touchdowns on consecutive drives.Florida State (4-4, 2-4) couldnt get out of its own way, suffering its mostlopsided defeat at home „ surpassing a 58-14 loss to Southern Miss in 1981. It was also the most points allowed by the Seminoles at Doak Campbell Stadium.Clemson hands Florida State worst home lossClemson wide receiver Amari Rodgers keeps an eye on Florida State defensive end Walvenski Aime after a reception. 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** C2 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News Herald The News HeraldTALLAHASSEE „ Vernons five-game winning streak was abruptly snapped by Florida A&M on Friday night, as the Baby Rattlers got a late touchdown and 2-point conversion in the final minute to sneak out the 20-19 victory. The Baby Rattlers had lost two in a row and four of five coming into the game but took advantage of three Yellowjackets turnovers to notch their third win of the season. Vernon fell to 5-2 with the loss. It was the second straight year that the Baby Rattlers have defeated the Yellowjackets after win-ning 12-7 in Vernon last season. I dont want to say we took them for granted because we knew what they were capable of from last year,Ž Vernon coach Gerald Tranquille said. We shot ourselves in the foot and couldnt finish drives, but we still had a chance at the end. We just couldnt get off the field.Ž The Yellowjackets turned the ball over on their first two possessions of the game, with a fumble on the first series resulting in a scoop and score for FAMU. Vernon fought back to take the lead 19-12 on the last of Kwan Powells three touchdown runs with just over four minutes remaining in the game. But the extra point was blocked and FAMU marched right back down for the touchdown and go-ahead conversion with 26 seconds on the clock. Powell finished with 238 rushing yards on 27 carries, while Dyvion Bush completed 3 of 11 passes for 51 yards. Vernon will finish out the regular season Friday at home against Blountstown. Marianna 28, Holmes County 8 MARIANNA „ The Bull-dogs had an easy time of it in their first action since Oct. 5, scoring a touchdown on their opening drive and pulling away with two third quarter scores to ease by the Blue Devils. Marianna is now 3-4 and Holmes County is 2-6. Damone Rolle scored a rushing touchdown on Mariannas opening series to make it 7-0, where the score remained until half-time. In the third quarter, a Holmes County fumble was picked up by Mariannas Justin Clikas and returned for a touchdown, with Ahmad Johnson later adding a rushing touchdown to make it 21-0 through three quarters. Paris Harvey added a rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter to make it 28-0 before the Bulldogs started substituting liberally. Marianna coach JD Donaldson said he was happy with his teams per-formance but mostly just happy to watch his players compete again on a Friday night. Its just a victory to get to play,Ž he said. It was a long 10 days getting the field ready and the kids ready, but it was a blessing to play. It was a great win, but it was just good to play.Ž The Bulldogs will next play at Graceville on Tues-day in a makeup game previously scheduled for Oct. 12. Marianna is sched-uled to finish the regular season Friday against Ruth-erford at Tommy Oliver Stadium, though the Rams arent expected to make a final decision about play-ing that game until Monday. Chipley 52, Liberty County 16 BRISTOL „ The Tigers scored in just about every way you can score in their blowout victory over the Bulldogs, getting touchdowns rushing, passing, on defense, and on special teams to improve to 3-4 on the season. Liberty County fell to 3-6. Andrew Lawton led the Chipley offensive attack with 129 rushing yards on 12 carries and two touchdowns, followed by Will Taylor with 59 yards on 12 attempts. Zac Wilson had three catches for 60 yards and a touchdown and added a 60-yard kickoff return touchdown as well. Wilson also contributed 11 tackles on defense, with Blaine Suggs tallying nine stops. Isaac Berry completed 6 of 10 passes for 97 yards and a touchdown, with Austin Berry giving Chipley another special teams score with a blocked punt that he ran back for a touchdown. Andrew Watford added a fumble return touchdown. It was good to get back and good for the kids to play,Ž Chipley coach Blake Wilson said. Somebody told me that sports can be therapeutic. It was just good to get back to normal and go play on Friday nights again with everything thats happened.Ž The Tigers will finish out the regular season at home Friday against Holmes County. Liberty County will play host to Sneads on Friday.PREP ROUNDUPVernon stunned by FAMU, 2019Jaden Page his favored target with eight recep-tions for 118 yards and three touchdowns. South Walton compiled 427 yards of offense on the night compared to just 189 for the Bucks. Hunter Kruger was outstanding in defeat for Bozeman, rushing 14 times for 146 yards and two touchdowns and adding a kickoff return touchdown. Zach Foster completed 11 of 20 passes for 53 yards and an interception. The Seahawks jumped out to the early lead with two first quarter touchdowns and two 2-point conversions thanks to a 12-yard TD pass from Roberts to Page and a 2-yard plunge from Elias Foreman to go up 16-0. Kruger got the Bucks on the board with a 53-yard touchdown run and a 2-point conversion to cut the deficit in half with under a minute left in the first quarter. But South Walton continued to put the Bozeman defense on its heels with its up-tempo passing attack, as Roberts led a 10-play, 62-yard scoring drive capped with a 4-yard TD pass to Page to make it 23-8 midway through the second quarter. Kruger kept the Bucks within striking distance with another long touchdown burst, this time from 62 yards out to trim the Seahawks lead to 26-14 with 8:17 left in the third quarter. After a 15-yard touchdown pass from Roberts to Cade Roberts with less than two minutes left in the third, Kruger took the ensu-ing kickoff back 67 yards for another Bozeman touch-down to make it 32-21. The Seahawks wasted little time answering, however, with Drake Roberts hitting Page over the middle for 32 yards before finding him again for a 24-yard score on the first play of the fourth quarter. Griffin credited the Seahawks for their play but said Fridays game wasnt a true representation of his team, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. Were not in the excuse business over here. We could make a thousand excuses, but Im not,Ž he said. Everybody in North-west Florida knows our defense is better than 39 points, but thats the way it went tonight. I hate to lose just like anybody else, but I cant be upset. We had to play a game and knock some rust off tonight. I hope well be able to prepare a little better next week and get a better result and finish our season strong.Ž Bozeman will play at Walton on Friday in its regu-lar season finale. The Braves were added to the schedule in place of North Bay Haven, which canceled its season. BOZEMANFrom Page C1The News HeraldBLOUNTSTOWN „ Just 27 seconds into Blountstowns game against Walton on Sat-urday afternoon, the Tigers held a 16-0 lead. Despite a three-week layoff between games due to Hurricane Michael, Blountstown football looked very much the same that it did before the storm.The Tigers returned to the field for the first time since Oct. 5 and blitzed the Braves 45-7 to improve to 8-1 on the season. Walton remains win-less at 0-9. It was complete and utter domination for the Tigers, who outgained the Braves 420-36 for the game and rushed for 309 yards as a team.Blountstown coach Beau Johnson said the win was great, but more satisfying was the effort by everyone involved with the team just to get to game day.Im just proud of the staff and the kids,Ž he said. Ive been talking about how proud of the kids I am, but Im proud of my coaching staff too. They had damage to their houses and havent been able to watch film at all. Everybody had a part in it from the community to the staff to kids to the kids parents. Its the greatest thing Ive ever been a part of.ŽSenior quarterback Trent Peacock got the Tigers off to a rollicking start, taking the first play from scrimmage 63 yards for a touchdown, and then stepping in front of a Landon Rogers pass on Waltons first play and racing back 50 yards for a touchdown. Two-point conversions from Alex Valdez and Monte Brown made it 16-0 with still 11:33 left in the first quarter.Peacock had a whale of a day for Blountstown in all aspects of the game, complet-ing 5 of 7 passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns, rushing three times for 98 yards and a touchdown, and returning an interception for a score.The onslaught continued with a 32-yard touchdown pass from Peacock to Valdez and a 39-yard TD strike to Monte Brown, with Treven Smiths 2-point conversion making it 30-0 with 36 seconds left in the first quarter. Smith added a 96-yard touch-down run in the third quarter, with Ken Speights 2-point play increasing the lead to 38-0.Blountstowns final score of the game came on a 71-yard touchdown run by Logan Pumphrey with 4:52 left in the third quarter. Perhaps the most exciting play of the game came on the point after try after Pumphreys score, as Peacock took off his wrist-bands and used them as a makeshift kicking tee to allow backup kicker Abrey Johnson to kick it through the uprights to make it 45-0.It was a fitting end to an exciting and emotional day for the Tigers, though Beau Johnson it was more of a celebration for his players.It was extremely emo-tional for us, but the kids had a blast,Ž he said. They were out there dancing and having a great time. It was probably more emotional for the adults than it was for the kids. I hugged my staff. Its a very emotional day, but its one of the greatest things Ive ever been a part of.Ž Blountstown will next play at Vernon on Friday.Blountstown blasts Walton, 457By David AdlersteinIt was an ironic homecoming for Franklin County Friday night. Wewahitchkas 8-6 win broke the Seahawks hearts, but the home team left the field knowing they had won their opponents hearts.In an emotional halftime ceremony, as the Seahawk homecoming court, cheerleaders and scores of fans presented their opponents with a giant wooden Gator mascot, symbolic of their love and support for the Gulf County community clothes-lined by Hurricane Michaels fury.The Franklin County kids then sang the Katy Perry hit Fight SongŽ to their rivals, and the two sides embraced at midfield. On the field of play, the embrace was less cordial, as the two teams resumed play after a three-week hur-ricane hiatus.The rustiness was evident from the opening drive when Bobby Johns squad, led on the ground by senior fullback Trevor Nunnery and junior Tyreeq Thomas, drove down to the Seahawk 25-yard line only to be stopped cold on a fourth-and-4.On the Seahawks opening play, the usually sure-handed sophomore Lamarius Martin coughed up the ball and soph-omore linebacker Harley Redd pounced. Led by two tackles for loss by senior defensive end Tonnor Segree, the Seahawks stopped the Gators on downs.Freshman quarterback Colin Amison connected with Martin on a 30-yard strike, but on the next play Martin caught and then fumbled the pass, and Gator senior linebacker Alex Edwards was there to recover.The game stayed scoreless until 3:31 left in the half when on a fourth-and-4 at the Seahawk 16, Nunnery ran it to the 1 and fumbled the ball into the end zone where senior teammate Truman Green jumped on it for the score.A quarterback keeper by sophomore Creed Pariera accounted for the two-point conversion that would spell the difference in the game. The Seahawks came out strong in their opening drive of the second half and led by senior wingback Colton Evans drove to the Gators 35-yard line, with Martin taking it on for the score on the next play.Johns turned to quarter-back keepers on first downs, hoping to avoid getting set back on his heels against a pesky Seahawk defense.We played pretty well on defense,Ž said Coach Tony Yeomans, whose 2-5 squad hosts Lighthouse Charter on Tuesday afternoon and wraps up its season at home Friday against Munroe. We had too many turnovers. Well be back. Well be alright.ŽThe Seahawks earned a final chance at winning when with 1:08 left in the game on a fourth-and-1 at midfield their defense stopped the Gators run to force a turnover on downs. Amison managed a first-down completion to junior Javan Pride, but a spir-ited Gator effort forced a pair of incompletions and a sack as time ran out.Our community needed this, our fans needed this and our team needed this,Ž said Johns. Im proud of our defense. We played better than we expected.ŽIn addition to the win, the Gators returned home with a trailer filled with water and other donations collected by the Seahawks before the game.Wewa edges past Franklin County, 86SCORES PSJ 34 Arnold 14 South Walton 39 Bozeman 21 Chipley 52 Liberty County 16 Wewahitchka 8, Franklin County 6 FAMU 20, Vernon 19 Marianna 28, Holmes County 8 SCHEDULE Tuesday, Oct. 30: Arnold at West Florida, Lighthouse at Franklin County, Marianna at Graceville Friday, Nov. 2: Bozeman at Walton, Blountstown at Vernon, Holmes County at Chipley, Marianna at Rutherford, Graceville at Baker, Sneads at Liberty County, FAMU at Wewa, Munroe at Franklin County, Bay at Choctaw, Arnold at Florida High, PSJ at NFC, Mosley at LeonPREP FOOTBAL SCORES/SCHEDULE Bozemans Zach Foster tries to get away from a South Walton defender. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD]

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 C3 WEEK 8 ThursdaysgameTexans42,Dolphins23: DeshaunWatsonthrew“veTD passesasHoustonblewthegameopeninthe2ndhalf. E AST T eamWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDiv NewEngland520.7142141794-0-01-2-04-1-01-1-01-0-0 Miami440.5001742193-1-01-3-03-3-01-1-01-1-0 N.Y.Jets340.4291821762-2-01-2-02-3-01-1-00-1-0 Buffalo250.286811751-1-01-4-01-4-01-1-00-0-0 S OUTH T eamWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDiv Houston530.6251971673-1-02-2-04-2-01-1-02-1-0 T ennessee340.4291061272-1-01-3-02-4-01-0-02-0-0 J acksonville340.4291161462-2-01-2-02-3-01-1-00-2-0 Indianapolis250.2861891851-2-01-3-01-4-01-1-00-1-0 N ORTH T eamWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDiv Pittsburgh321.5831711541-2-02-0-11-2-12-0-01-1-1 C incinnati430.5711842032-1-02-2-03-2-01-1-01-1-0 Baltimore430.5711761012-1-02-2-04-2-00-1-01-2-0 C leveland241.3571511772-1-10-3-02-2-10-2-01-0-1 W EST T eamWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDiv KansasCity610.8572601823-0-03-1-05-1-01-0-02-0-0 L.A.Chargers520.7141951633-1-02-1-04-1-01-1-01-1-0 Denver340.4291651642-2-01-2-01-3-02-1-01-1-0 O akland150.1671101761-2-00-3-01-3-00-2-00-2-0AFCATAGLANCE Q UARTERBACKS N ameAttComYdsTDInt Mahomes,KC2511632223225 Flacco,BAL3031872067114 Rthlsbrgr,PIT2611702033126 P.Rivers,LAC2201522008173 Luck,IND3112031948208 W atson,HOU2411521937107 Brady,NE2501701876167 Keenum,DEN254161184889 Dalton,CIN2581641822158 D.Carr,OAK233167178378 R USHERS N ameAttYdsAvgLGTD K.Hunt,KC1185424.6455 G ordon,LAC914665.1346 C rowell,NYJ814595.777t5 C onner,PIT1034534.4307 L indsay,DEN754365.8532 M ichel,NE954224.434t4 M ixon,CIN843864.6312 C .Hyde,CLE1143823.4225 L ynch,OAK903764.2523 L .Miller,HOU953713.9311 R ECEIVERS N ameNoYdsAvgLGTD H opkins,HOU4770715.0494 T .Hill,KC4163515.575t7 A .Green,CIN4061115.338t5 S anders,DEN4660313.164t3 K elce,KC3856314.8433 S -Schstr,PIT4256113.4672 B rown,BAL2855819.9714 K .Allen,LAC4150612.3251 J .Landry,CLE4148911.9392 B oyd,CIN4048212.0494 PUNTRETURNERS NameNoYdsAvgLGTD Roberts,NYJ1324518.878t1 Grant,MIA916218.071t1 T.Hill,KC916017.891t1 Harris,OAK812115.1490 D.King,LAC1216713.9560 Switzer,PIT1010310.3220 Peppers,CLE151469.7330 Ti.White,BAL9758.3140 Ervin,HOU181468.1270 Mickens,JAC12594.9160 KICKOFFRETURNERS NameNoYdsAvgLGTD Jennings,TEN933036.794t1 Patterson,NE1136633.395t1 Grant,MIA1445232.3102t1 Erickson,CIN1134231.1510 Murphy,BUF1026126.1490 Ervin,HOU1025325.3360 Roberts,NYJ1739923.5530 Switzer,PIT1429621.1350 Peppers,CLE1225321.1280 Pascal,IND918220.2280 SCORING Touchdowns NameTDRushRecRetPts Gordon,LAC963058 K.Hunt,KC954054 T.Hill,KC807148 Conner,PIT770046 J.White,NE716042 A.Brown,PIT606036 Ebron,IND606036 A FCSTATLEADERS NUMBERTOKNOW7-0: PatriotsrecordinnightgamesagainstBills, including56-10winatBuffaloonNov.18,2007.EAST T eamWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayNFCAFCDiv W ashington420.6671261213-1-01-1-04-1-00-1-01-0-0 Philadelphia340.4291541382-2-01-2-02-3-01-1-01-0-0 Dallas340.4291401233-0-00-4-02-3-01-1-01-1-0 N.Y.Giants160.1431371850-3-01-3-00-5-01-1-00-2-0 S OUTH T eamWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayNFCAFCDiv NewOrleans510.8332041632-1-03-0-03-1-02-0-01-1-0 Carolina420.6671421313-0-01-2-03-2-01-0-00-1-0 T ampaBay330.5001671962-1-01-2-02-2-01-1-01-1-0 A tlanta340.4291902123-2-00-2-03-2-00-2-02-1-0 NORTH T eamWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayNFCAFCDiv Minnesota421.6431771652-1-02-1-13-1-11-1-00-0-1 GreenBay321.5831481443-0-10-2-02-2-11-0-01-1-1 Detroit330.5001571582-1-01-2-01-2-02-1-01-0-0 Chicago330.5001701342-1-01-2-03-1-00-2-00-1-0 W EST T eamWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayNFCAFCDiv L.A.Rams7001.0002351283-0-04-0-04-0-03-0-03-0-0 S eattle330.5001431171-1-02-2-02-2-01-1-01-1-0 A rizona160.143921840-4-01-2-01-5-00-1-01-2-0 S anFrancisco160.1431582181-2-00-4-01-4-00-2-00-2-0NFCATAGLANCE Q UARTERBACKS NameAttComYdsTDInt Ryan,ATL2631872335152 Cousins,MIN3002102162143 Goff,LA2181522130145 Manning,NYG268185206174 Rodgers,GBY2541561997121 Brees,NOR2201701870130 S tafford,DET2131441602125 T rubisky,CHI2111391594136 W entz,PHL1951381502101 Newton,CAR2091371427114 RUSHERS NameAttYdsAvgLGTD Gurley,LA1446864.82911 E.Elliott,DAL1326194.7413 Barkley,NYG984814.968t5 Breida,SNF684456.566t2 J ohnson,DET694446.4711 Peterson,WAS1014384.3413 McCffry,CAR783784.8450 Kamara,NOR793634.649t6 C arson,SEA783524.5241 J ohnson,ARI1063353.2215 RECEIVERS NameNoYdsAvgLGTD T hielen,MIN6782212.3685 J u.Jones,ATL5381215.3580 Beckham,NYG5364912.2512 Ertz,PHL5761810.8342 R.Woods,LA4160214.7363 M.Evans,TAM4059114.8513 T homas,NOR5358811.1354 C ooks,LA3256917.8572 A dams,GBY4755711.9516 Kittle,SNF3252716.582t2 PUNTRETURNERS NameNoYdsAvgLGTD Natson,LA1220617.2600 Cohen,CHI1316312.5420 D.Carter,PHL910311.4420 Sherels,MIN12988.2200 Kirk,ARI10787.8440 Lockett,SEA13866.6190 Hmphrs,TAM10616.1160 Austin,DAL10585.8220 Hardy,ATL9434.8140 KICKOFFRETURNERS NameNoYdsAvgLGTD D.Reed,SNF1133230.2900 Countess,LA1025725.7400 M.Hall,ATL1025425.4530 Lockett,SEA818222.8420 D.Carter,PHL919321.4300 Williams,ARI1019219.2290 SCORING Touchdowns NameTDRushRecRetPts Gurley,LA14113088 Kamara,NOR761046 Barkley,NYG752044 D.Adams,GBY606036 Johnson,ARI651036 Ridley,ATL606036 Kupp,LA505030 Lockett,SEA505030 Thielen,MIN505030NFCSTATLEADERS GAMEPREVIEWSForbroadcastinformationonteamsofareainterest,checkTV/radiolistings. FANTASYWATCHSTART JameisWinston,QB,Buccaneers: Yes, theturnovers(seveninthreegames) iscauseforconcern,butWinstonhas alsothrownfor760yardsandfour touchdownsinhis“rsttwostartsand getsaBengalsdefensethatis28thin fantasypointspergameallowedto opposingquarterbacks.WhatputsWinstonhighatopthemust-startmountain isarenewedefforttorun,ashehas rushedfor84yardsandatouchdownin thelasttwogames.Itshardtoenvision Winston,whohasattempted93passes inhistwostarts,not“ndingtheend zonemultipletimesinwhatshouldbea high-scoringaffair. SIT T.J.Yeldon,RB,Jaguars: Hispasscatchingskillshavemadehimadarling inPPRleagues,butYeldonhasyetto eclipse60rushingyardsinasingle game,afeatthatbecomesevenless likelywiththeadditionofCarlosHyde totheJacksonvilleback“eld.Thetripto LondonbecomeslessfruitfulforYeldon ashecontendswithanEaglesdefense thatissecondinfewestfantasypoints pergameallowedtoopposingrunning backsandseventhoverallagainstthe rush.Therewillbesome”exappealto YeldoninPPRformats,buttheprospectofHydecuttingintohistouches diminisheshisvalueinothertypesof leagues.RotoExperts Eagles(3-4)vs. Jaguars(3-4)When: Sunday(in London),8:30a.m.CT Openingline: Eagles by3 Seriesrecord: Jaguars lead3-2 Lastmeeting: Eagles beatJaguars34-17, Sept.7,2014 Lastweek: Eagleslost toPanthers21-17;JaguarslosttoTexans20-7 Notes: Eagleshavewon lasttwomeetings.Browns(2-4-1)at Steelers(3-2-1)When: Sunday,noonCT Openingline: Steelers by7 Seriesrecord: Steelers lead74-58-1 Lastmeeting: SteelerstiedBrowns21-21, Sept.9 Lastweek: Brownslost toBuccaneers26-23,OT; Steelershadbye,beat Bengals28-21onOct.14 Notes: Steelershavewon last14meetingswith BrownsatHeinzField.Redskins(4-2)at N.Y.Giants(1-6)When: Sunday,noonCT Openingline: Pick-em Seriesrecord: Giants lead100-68-4 Lastmeeting: Giants beatRedskins18-10, Dec.31,2017 Lastweek: Redskins beatCowboys20-17; GiantslosttoFalcons 23-20 Notes: First-placeRedskinslookingfor“rst 2-0NFCEaststartsince 2010.Seahawks(3-3) atLions(3-3)When: Sunday,noonCT Openingline: Lionsby3 Seriesrecord: Seahawks lead9-5 Lastmeeting: Seahawks beatLions26-6,Jan.7, 2017 Lastweek: Seahawks hadbye,beatRaiders 27-3onOct.14;Lions beatDolphins31-23 Notes: Seahawkshave won“veofsix,including2016wild-card game.Ravens(4-3)at Panthers(4-2)When: Sunday,noonCT Openingline: Ravens by2 Seriesrecord: Panthers lead3-2 Lastmeeting: Ravens beatPanthers38-10, Sept.28,2014 Lastweek: Ravenslost toSaints24-23;PanthersbeatEagles21-17 Notes: Fourthroad tripin“vegamesfor Ravens.Broncos(3-4) atChiefs(6-1)When: Sunday,noonCT Openingline: Chiefsby 9 Seriesrecord: Chiefs lead62-55 Lastmeeting: Chiefs beatBroncos27-23, Oct.1 Lastweek: Broncosbeat Cardinals45-10;Chiefs beatBengals45-10 Notes: Broncoshave lostsixstraightto Chiefs.Buccaneers(3-3) atBengals(4-3)When: Sunday,noonCT Openingline: Bengals by5 Seriesrecord: Buccaneerslead7-4 Lastmeeting: Bengals beatBuccaneers14-13, Nov.30,2014 Lastweek: Buccaneers beatBrowns26-23,OT; BengalslosttoChiefs 45-10 Notes: Buccaneerslead NFLintotalyardsper game(449.5).N.Y.Jets(3-4) atBears(3-3)When: Sunday,noonCT Openingline: Bearsby6 Seriesrecord: Bears lead8-3 Lastmeeting: Bears beatJets27-19,Sept. 22,2014 Lastweek: Jetslostto Minnesota37-17;Bears losttoNewEngland 38-31 Notes: Jetswere3-4last season,“nished5-11for secondstraightyear.Colts(2-5)at Raiders(1-5)When: Sunday, 3:05p.m.CT Openingline: Raiders by1 Seriesrecord: Raiders lead9-7 Lastmeeting: Raiders beatColts33-25,Dec. 24,2016 Lastweek: Coltsbeat Bills37-5;Raiders hadbye,lost27-3to SeahawksonOct.14 Notes: Coltshavewon fourof“veinseries.Packers(3-2-1)at L.A.Rams(7-0)When: Sunday, 3:25p.m.CT Openingline: Ramsby 8 Seriesrecord: Tied 46-46-2 Lastmeeting: Packers beatRams,24-10,Oct. 11,2015 Lastweek: Packershad bye,beat49ers33-30 onOct.15;Ramsbeat 49ers,39-10 Notes: BothbeatSan Franciscoinlastouting.49ers(1-6)at Cardinals(1-6)When: Sunday, 3:25p.m.CT Openingline: Cardinals by1 Seriesrecord: 49ers lead29-25 Lastmeeting: Cardinals beat49ers28-18,Oct.7 Lastweek: 49erslostto Rams39-10;Cardinals losttoBroncos45-10 Notes: Cardinalshave woneightoflastninein series.Saints(5-1)at Vikings(4-2-1)When: Sunday, 7:20p.m.CT Openingline: Vikingsby2 Seriesrecord: Vikings lead22-11 Lastmeeting: Vikings beatSaints29-24inNFC divisionalplayoffgame, Jan.14,2018 Lastweek: Saintsbeat Ravens24-23;Vikings beatJets37-17 Notes: Vikingshave14-3 all-timerecordinMinnesotaagainstSaints.Patriots(5-2) atBills(2-5)When: Monday, 7:15p.m.CT Openingline: Patriots by11 Seriesrecord: Patriots lead72-43-1 Lastmeeting: Patriotsbeat Bills37-16,Dec.24,2017 Lastweek: Patriotsbeat Bears38-31;Billslostto Colts37-5 Notes: Patriots31-4in past35againstAFC East-rivalBills. for 74 yards with an intercep-tion passing. Joel Bogaert kicked the extra point to make it 7-0 but Arnold responded with a 13-play, 66-yard drive, quarterback Cade Ledman sneaking over from the 1. An extra point kick knotted the score at 7-7. It was the last time Arnold sniffed the lead as Cameron Harmon, with two nifty moves to elude tacklers, took the ensu-ing kickoff back 95 yards for a touchdown. Bogaerts extra-point was blocked and it was 13-7. Arnold answered again, driv-ing from its 14 to the Port St. Joe 33 before the drive stalled, resulting in a 4-yard punt. Butts carried for 21 yards, Kelvin Griffin 25 yards, Butts added 10 more and two plays later Griffin went 13 yards on a sweep right for the score and Bogaert made it 20-7 just before intermission. Early in the third quarter, Arnold received the benefit of a short punt, taking over at the Port St. Joe 48. After a 27-yard pass from Ledman to Thomas Risalvato the Marlins appeared poised to score. But Risalvato took the ball on an end-around pass play and his pass to Ledman leaking out of the backfield was intercepted by Harmon. Port St. Joe took over at its 5 and salted away the remaining eight minutes of the third quarter, marching 95 yards in 14 plays. The touchdown came on a gorgeous misdirection from the 37, the play movement and defense going right while Butts, with no one within 15 yards, sprinting left and scor-ing easily. Bogaert made it 27-7 less than a minute into the fourth quarter. After holding Arnold three-and-out, the Tiger Sharks took over at midfield and needed only five plays to add more points on Khayyan Zacarros 2-yard run, the key play a 46-yard pass from Butts to Jataevion Reed. Bogaert made it 34-7. Arnold scored a meaningless touchdown in the final two minutes, recovering a Port St. Joe fumble in the end zone. PORT ST. JOEFrom Page C1

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** C4 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News Herald ODDS PREGAME.COM LINENATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE TodayFAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG Philadelphia 3 3 43 Jacksonville at Pittsburgh 7 8 49 Cleveland at Kansas City 9 10 53 Denver at Chicago 6 7 44 N.Y. Jets at N.Y. Giants Pk 1 43 Washington at Detroit 3 3 49 Seattle at Cincinnati 5 3 54 Tampa Bay Baltimore Pk 2 44 at Carolina Indianapolis +1 3 50 at Oakland San Francisco 1 1 41 at Arizona at L.A. Rams 8 9 56 Green Bay at Minnesota 2 Pk 52 New OrleansMondayNew England 11 14 44 at Buffalo Updated odds available at Pregame.com PRO BASKETBALL NBAAll times Central EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W L PCT GB Toronto 6 0 1.000 „ Boston 3 2 .600 2 Brooklyn 2 3 .400 3 Philadelphia 2 3 .400 3 New York 1 5 .167 5 SOUTHEAST DIVISION W L PCT GB Charlotte 3 3 .500 „ Miami 2 2 .500 „ Atlanta 2 2 .500 „ Orlando 2 3 .400 Washington 1 4 .200 1 CENTRAL DIVISION W L PCT GB Milwaukee 5 0 1.000 „ Detroit 4 0 1.000 Indiana 3 2 .600 2 Chicago 1 4 .200 4 Cleveland 0 5 .000 5 WESTERN CONFERENCE SOUTHWEST DIVISION W L PCT GB New Orleans 4 0 1.000 „ San Antonio 2 2 .500 2 Memphis 2 2 .500 2 Dallas 2 3 .400 2 Houston 1 4 .200 3 NORTHWEST DIVISION W L PCT GB Denver 4 1 .800 „ Portland 3 1 .750 Utah 2 2 .500 1 Minnesota 2 4 .333 2 Oklahoma City 0 4 .000 3 PACIFIC DIVISION W L PCT GB Golden State 5 1 .833 „ L.A. Clippers 3 2 .600 1 Sacramento 3 3 .500 2 L.A. Lakers 2 3 .400 2 Phoenix 1 3 .250 3Thursdays GamesDetroit 110, Cleveland 103 Portland 128, Orlando 114 Boston 101, Oklahoma City 95 L.A. Lakers 121, Denver 114Fridays GamesCharlotte 135, Chicago 106 Golden State 128, New York 100 Toronto 116, Dallas 107 L.A. Clippers 133, Houston 113 Milwaukee 125, Minnesota 95 New Orleans 117, Brooklyn 115 Sacramento 116, Washington 112Saturdays GamesBoston at Detroit, late Utah at New Orleans, late Charlotte at Philadelphia, late Chicago at Atlanta, late Indiana at Cleveland, late Phoenix at Memphis, late Portland at Miami, late L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, late Orlando at Milwaukee, lateHORNETS 135, BULLS 106CHICAGO (106) Holiday 2-7 0-0 5, Hutchison 0-4 0-2 0, Carter Jr. 2-5 2-2 7, Payne 6-10 1-1 15, LaVine 6-16 4-6 20, J.Parker 7-14 3-3 19, Felicio 3-6 3-4 9, Arcidiacono 3-5 0-0 8, Blakeney 5-10 1-2 13, Harrison 3-8 2-2 10. Totals 37-85 16-22 106. CHARLOTTE (135) Batum 4-5 0-0 10, Williams 2-6 0-0 4, Zeller 6-9 2-2 14, Walker 11-18 3-3 30, Lamb 3-7 2-2 10, Bridges 7-10 0-0 15, Kidd-Gilchrist 6-9 3-4 15, Kaminsky 0-2 0-0 0, Hernangomez 0-1 0-0 0, Biyombo 1-2 0-0 2, T.Parker 7-11 3-3 18, Monk 4-10 0-0 10, Bacon 2-3 2-2 7. Totals 53-93 15-16 135. CHICAGO 25 29 21 31 „106 CHARLOTTE 23 45 34 33 „135 3-Point Goals„Chicago 16-36 (LaVine 4-8, Harrison 2-3, Payne 2-4, Arcidiacono 2-4, J.Parker 2-5, Blakeney 2-5, Carter Jr. 1-1, Holiday 1-5, Hutchison 0-1), Charlotte 14-32 (Walker 5-10, Batum 2-3, Lamb 2-4, Monk 2-5, T.Parker 1-2, Bacon 1-2, Bridges 1-3, Kaminsky 0-1, Williams 0-2). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„Chicago 34 (Hutchison, Felicio 7), Charlotte 50 (Batum, Kidd-Gilchrist 8). Assists„Chicago 21 (LaVine, Arcidiacono 4), Charlotte 30 (T.Parker 8). Total Fouls„Chicago 16, Charlotte 18. A„15,220 (19,077).WARRIORS 128, KNICKS 100GOLDEN STATE (128) Durant 17-24 2-2 41, Green 7-8 2-2 18, Jones 1-1 0-2 2, Thompson 6-18 0-0 12, Curry 10-18 3-3 29, McKinnie 3-4 0-0 7, Bell 0-0 0-0 0, Jerebko 3-7 0-0 8, Looney 3-3 3-3 9, Cook 0-1 0-0 0, Livingston 0-1 0-0 0, Iguodala 1-2 0-0 2, Evans 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 51-87 10-12 128. NEW YORK (100) Dotson 5-12 0-0 12, Vonleh 2-4 2-2 7, Robinson 3-5 1-2 7, Ntilikina 6-11 2-2 17, Hardaway Jr. 9-21 2-3 24, Hezonja 3-9 0-0 6, Thomas 1-4 0-0 2, Kornet 0-0 0-0 0, Kanter 4-9 0-0 8, Burke 5-12 2-3 15, Trier 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 39-90 9-12 100. GOLDEN STATE 25 28 28 47 „128 NEW YORK 25 28 31 16 „100 3-Point Goals„Golden State 16-33 (Curry 6-11, Durant 5-9, Green 2-3, Jerebko 2-4, McKinnie 1-1, Cook 0-1, Thompson 0-4), New York 13-39 (Hardaway Jr. 4-12, Burke 3-7, Ntilikina 3-7, Dotson 2-6, Vonleh 1-1, Thomas 0-2, Hezonja 0-4). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„Golden State 39 (Durant 9), New York 40 (Kanter 13). Assists„Golden State 26 (Green 6), New York 17 (Hardaway Jr., Vonleh 4). Total Fouls„Golden State 16, New York 18. Technicals„Cousins, Robinson. A„19,812 (19,812).RAPTORS 116, MAVERICKS 107DALLAS (107) Barnes 5-17 3-5 14, Doncic 7-14 4-4 22, Jordan 5-10 8-9 18, Brunson 3-11 0-0 8, Matthews 9-15 0-0 21, Finney-Smith 2-6 0-0 5, Kleber 2-6 3-4 8, D.Powell 2-2 0-0 4, Barea 3-11 1-2 7, Macon 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 38-92 19-24 107. TORONTO (116) Leonard 7-16 6-6 21, Siakam 4-8 2-2 10, Valanciunas 7-16 3-4 17, Lowry 8-14 1-2 20, Green 4-8 3-3 15, Miles 4-6 0-0 10, N. Powell 1-1 0-0 2, Ibaka 5-13 1-1 11, Brown 4-8 0-0 9, Richardson 0-1 1-2 1. Totals 44-91 17-20 116. DALLAS 26 34 29 18 „107 TORONTO 39 30 23 24 „116 3-Point Goals„Dallas 12-30 (Doncic 4-6, Matthews 3-8, Brunson 2-4, Finney-Smith 1-2, Kleber 1-4, Barnes 1-5, Barea 0-1), Toronto 11-27 (Green 4-7, Lowry 3-6, Miles 2-2, Brown 1-2, Leonard 1-3, Richardson 0-1, Valanciunas 0-1, Siakam 0-2, Ibaka 0-3). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„Dallas 44 (Jordan 15), Toronto 50 (Leonard 9). Assists„Dallas 22 (Jordan 5), Toronto 23 (Lowry 12). Total Fouls„Dallas 17, Toronto 22. A„19,800 (19,800).PELICANS 117, NETS 115BROOKLYN (115) Harris 3-6 0-0 7, Dudley 3-7 0-0 9, Allen 3-6 1-2 7, Russell 9-16 0-0 24, LeVert 8-23 4-5 21, HollisJefferson 2-7 0-0 4, E.Davis 2-6 1-2 5, Napier 6-11 1-3 16, Dinwiddie 4-7 0-0 11, Crabbe 3-9 3-3 11. Totals 43-98 10-15 115. NEW ORLEANS (117) Moore 5-10 3-5 15, A.Davis 6-19 5-7 18, Mirotic 3-7 4-4 10, Payton 7-16 2-2 17, Holiday 9-19 5-5 26, Hill 1-3 0-0 2, Johnson 1-2 1-2 3, Miller 1-3 0-0 3, Randle 7-14 0-1 14, Clark 4-5 0-0 9. Totals 44-98 20-26 117. BROOKLYN 30 36 25 24 „115 NEW ORLEANS 32 25 31 29 „117 3-Point Goals„Brooklyn 19-40 (Russell 6-9, Dinwiddie 3-5, Napier 3-6, Dudley 3-6, Crabbe 2-6, Harris 1-2, LeVert 1-6), New Orleans 9-23 (Holiday 3-7, Moore 2-4, Clark 1-1, Miller 1-2, Payton 1-3, A.Davis 1-3, Hill 0-1, Randle 0-1, Mirotic 0-1). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„ Brooklyn 54 (E.Davis 11), New Orleans 46 (A.Davis 14). Assists„Brooklyn 26 (Dinwiddie 5), New Orleans 23 (Payton 6). Total Fouls„ Brooklyn 22, New Orleans 20. Technicals„E. Davis. A„15,272 (16,867).CLIPPERS 133, ROCKETS 113L.A. CLIPPERS (133) Harris 5-14 3-3 15, Gallinari 4-5 7-7 16, Gortat 0-1 0-0 0, Beverley 1-3 0-0 3, Bradley 6-10 1-1 14, Scott 3-7 0-0 6, Harrell 8-13 14-15 30, Marjanovic 1-2 1-2 3, Gilgeous-Alexander 3-7 3-4 10, Teodosic 3-4 0-0 8, Robinson 1-3 0-0 3, Wallace 1-1 0-0 2, Williams 7-9 6-6 23. Totals 43-79 35-38 133. HOUSTON (113) Anthony 8-18 2-3 24, Tucker 5-12 0-0 12, Capela 6-10 2-2 14, Paul 3-13 6-6 12, Gordon 3-14 3-3 10, Hartenstein 1-4 4-4 6, Clark 2-5 0-0 6, CarterWilliams 3-8 4-6 10, Green 7-14 1-1 19. Totals 38-98 22-25 113. L.A. CLIPPERS 31 39 26 37 „133 HOUSTON 30 31 22 30 „113 3-Point Goals„L.A. Clippers 12-23 (Williams 3-4, Teodosic 2-3, Harris 2-3, GilgeousAlexander 1-1, Gallinari 1-2, Robinson 1-2, Beverley 1-3, Bradley 1-3, Scott 0-2), Houston 15-41 (Anthony 6-10, Green 4-9, Clark 2-5, Tucker 2-6, Gordon 1-6, Carter-Williams 0-1, Paul 0-2, Hartenstein 0-2). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„L.A. Clippers 44 (Harris 9), Houston 42 (Capela 15). Assists„L.A. Clippers 17 (Teodosic 5), Houston 21 (Paul 8). Total Fouls„ L.A. Clippers 21, Houston 27. Technicals„ Harris, Harrell, Marjanovic, Houston coach Rockets (Defensive three second), Houston team, Tucker. A„18,055 (18,500).BUCKS 125, TIMBERWOLVES 95MILWAUKEE (125) Middleton 6-10 0-0 16, Antetokounmpo 5-9 5-6 15, Lopez 4-9 0-0 11, Bledsoe 3-6 0-1 6, Brogdon 6-8 0-0 13, Ilyasova 6-10 2-2 16, Maker 3-4 1-2 8, Henson 3-6 0-0 9, Dellavedova 2-4 0-0 6, Snell 3-7 0-0 7, Brown 1-2 0-0 2, DiVincenzo 4-9 0-0 9, Connaughton 3-8 0-0 7. Totals 49-92 8-11 125. MINNESOTA (95) Butler 2-11 0-0 4, Gibson 4-9 3-5 11, Towns 7-16 0-0 16, Teague 2-10 0-1 4, Okogie 2-10 0-0 4, Deng 2-7 0-0 4, Nunnally 2-4 3-3 9, Bates-Diop 0-1 0-0 0, Tolliver 4-9 0-0 11, Dieng 2-8 2-2 6, Rose 5-13 3-5 14, Jones 4-13 2-2 12, Williams 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 36-112 13-18 95. MILWAUKEE 27 36 34 28 „125 MINNESOTA 16 22 29 28 „ 95 3-Point Goals„Milwaukee 19-46 (Middleton 4-7, Henson 3-4, Lopez 3-7, Dellavedova 2-3, Ilyasova 2-5, Maker 1-2, Brogdon 1-2, Snell 1-4, DiVincenzo 1-5, Connaughton 1-5, Antetokounmpo 0-1, Bledsoe 0-1), Minnesota 10-43 (Tolliver 3-7, Nunnally 2-4, Jones 2-4, Towns 2-5, Rose 1-3, Williams 0-1, Gibson 0-1, Dieng 0-1, Deng 0-3, Butler 0-4, Teague 0-5, Okogie 0-5). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„ Milwaukee 62 (Antetokounmpo, Henson 12), Minnesota 49 (Gibson, Dieng, Towns 7). Assists„Milwaukee 32 (Bledsoe 9), Minnesota 19 (Teague, Jones 4). Total Fouls„Milwaukee 23, Minnesota 15. A„16,334 (19,356).KINGS 116, WIZARDS 112WASHINGTON (112) Porter Jr. 2-6 0-0 5, Morris 6-10 0-2 13, Mahinmi 1-2 2-4 4, Wall 9-20 7-8 26, Beal 6-19 6-6 21, Oubre Jr. 8-13 1-1 22, Green 5-8 2-2 13, Rivers 2-6 0-0 6, Satoransky 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 40-86 18-23 112. SACRAMENTO (116) Shumpert 0-4 0-0 0, Bjelica 9-16 2-3 26, CauleyStein 7-15 3-6 17, Fox 7-14 2-4 18, Hield 8-17 4-5 22, Jackson 3-9 0-0 7, Giles III 1-1 1-1 3, Bagley III 5-11 0-2 11, Mason 1-4 1-1 3, Ferrell 2-3 1-1 6, Williams 1-1 0-0 3. Totals 44-95 14-23 116. WASHINGTON 27 34 24 27 „112 SACRAMENTO 28 27 24 37 „116 3-Point Goals„Washington 14-42 (Oubre Jr. 5-8, Beal 3-11, Rivers 2-5, Green 1-2, Porter Jr. 1-4, Morris 1-5, Wall 1-6, Mahinmi 0-1), Sacramento 14-37 (Bjelica 6-10, Fox 2-5, Hield 2-7, Williams 1-1, Bagley III 1-1, Ferrell 1-2, Jackson 1-7, Mason 0-2, Shumpert 0-2). Fouled Out„Wall. Rebounds„Washington 42 (Oubre Jr., Green 9), Sacramento 53 (Bjelica 12). Assists„ Washington 22 (Wall 8), Sacramento 25 (Fox 9). Total Fouls„Washington 27, Sacramento 18. Technicals„Morris, Fox. A„14,101 (17,608). PRO HOCKEY NHLAll times Central EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Tampa Bay 9 7 1 1 15 32 20 Toronto 10 7 3 0 14 38 32 Boston 10 6 2 2 14 34 24 Montreal 9 5 2 2 12 30 25 Buffalo 10 6 4 0 12 26 28 Ottawa 9 4 4 1 9 32 35 Florida 8 2 3 3 7 26 32 Detroit 10 1 7 2 4 21 41 METROPOLITAN DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Carolina 10 6 3 1 13 33 29 Pittsburgh 8 5 1 2 12 35 26 Columbus 9 5 4 0 10 31 34 Washington 9 4 3 2 10 35 34 New Jersey 7 4 2 1 9 25 18 Philadelphia 10 4 6 0 8 31 40 N.Y. Islanders 8 3 4 1 7 22 23 N.Y. Rangers 10 3 6 1 7 25 34 WESTERN CONFERENCE CENTRAL DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Nashville 10 8 2 0 16 35 23 Colorado 11 7 2 2 16 39 24 Winnipeg 11 7 3 1 15 33 29 Chicago 10 6 2 2 14 37 34 Minnesota 9 5 2 2 12 26 25 Dallas 9 5 4 0 10 28 25 St. Louis 9 2 4 3 7 29 36 PACIFIC DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Vancouver 11 6 5 0 12 31 35 San Jose 10 5 3 2 12 34 28 Anaheim 11 5 5 1 11 27 30 Calgary 10 5 5 0 10 33 36 Edmonton 8 4 3 1 9 22 26 Vegas 10 4 5 1 9 22 27 Arizona 9 4 5 0 8 19 19 Los Angeles 10 2 7 1 5 18 36 2 points for win, 1 point for overtime loss. Top 3 teams in each division and two wild cards per conference advance to playoffs.Thursdays GamesBuffalo 4, Montreal 3 Nashville 4, New Jersey 3, OT Boston 3, Philadelphia 0 Minnesota 4, Los Angeles 1 Columbus 7, St. Louis 4 Chicago 4, N.Y. Rangers 1 Dallas 5, Anaheim 2 Pittsburgh 9, Calgary 1 Edmonton 4, Washington 1 Arizona 4, Vancouver 1Fridays GamesTampa Bay 3, Vegas 2 Winnipeg 2, Detroit 1 Carolina 4, San Jose 3, SO Colorado 6, Ottawa 3 Saturdays GamesFlorida at New Jersey, late N.Y. Islanders at Philadelphia, late Edmonton at Nashville, late Washington at Calgary, late Buffalo at Columbus, late Winnipeg at Toronto, late Montreal at Boston, late Colorado at Minnesota, late Chicago at St. Louis, late Tampa Bay at Arizona, late Pittsburgh at Vancouver, late AUTO RACING UPCOMING RACESAll times CentralNASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUP FIRST DATA 500Site: Martinsville Speedway. Schedule: Today, race, 1:30 p.m., NBCSN. Track: Martinsville Speedway (oval, 0.526 miles). Race distance: 263 miles, 500 laps. Last year: Kyle Busch won his “ nal race of 2017 after starting just 14th. Last race: Chase Elliott continued his last season surge with his second win in three races. Fast facts: Elliott, 22, has three career wins „ and each one has come since August. The Big ThreeŽ of 2018, Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Martin Truex, Jr., has just two victories in that span after winning 16 of the years “ rst 21 races. ... Teammates Busch, Harvick, Clint Bowyer and Aric Almirola of Stewart-Haas Racing are all still in the title hunt heading into the Round of 8, which starts this weekend. That matches the feat set by the Joe Gibbs Racing team two years ago. ...Brad Keselowski, who won three straight races in September, was eliminated from championship contention after “ nishing sixth in Kansas. Next race: AAA Texas 500, Nov. 4, Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas. Online: www.nascar.comNASCAR XFINITY KANSAS LOTTERY 300Last race: John Hunter Nemechek scored his “ rst victory of 2018 at Kansas Speedway. Next race: OReilly Auto Parts 300, Nov. 3, Texas Motor Speedway. Online: www.nascar.com GOLF WORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPSHSBC CHAMPIONSFridays leaders at Sheshan International Golf Club, Shanghai. Purse: $10 million. Yardage: 7,261; Par: 72Second RoundTony Finau 66-67„133 Patrick Reed 64-72„136 Justin Rose 69-67„136 Tommy Fleetwood 68-68„136 Xander Schauffele 66-71„137 Patrick Cantlay 70-68„138 Kyle Stanley 70-69„139 Kiradech Aphibarnrat 68-71„139 Keegan Bradley 69-70„139 Emiliano Grillo 70-69„139 Thomas Pieters 75-64„139 Pat Perez 70-69„139 Ryan Fox 70-70„140 Billy Horschel 68-72„140 Ian Poulter 69-71„140 Rafa Cabrera Bello 68-73„141 Andrew Putnam 70-71„141 Paul Casey 73-68„141 Alexander Levy 71-70„141 Jason Day 71-70„141 Tyrrell Hatton 72-70„142 Adam Scott 69-73„142 Hideki Matsuyama 72-70„142 Adam Hadwin 74-68„142 Andy Sullivan 72-71„143 Chez Reavie 70-73„143 Branden Grace 72-71„143 Andrea Pavan 72-71„143 George Coetzee 69-74„143 Alex Noren 74-69„143 Thorbjorn Olesen 75-69„144 Gaganjeet Bhullar 72-72„144 C.T. Pan 68-76„144 Matt Wallace 69-75„144 Wenchong Liang 72-73„145 Alexander Bjork 70-75„145 Haotong Li 73-72„145 Patton Kizzire 74-71„145 Satoshi Kodaira 72-73„145 PGA TOURSANDERSON F ARMS CHAMPIONSHIPFridays leaders at Country Club of Jackson, Jackson, Miss. Purse: $4.4 million. Yardage: 7,440; Par: 72First RoundCameron Champ 34-31„65 Cameron Tringale 32-34„66 Rory Sabbatini 36-31„67 D.J. Trahan 35-32„67 Andres Romero 33-34„67 Chad Ramey 34-33„67 Robert Streb 34-33„67 Seth Reeves 33-34„67 Shawn Stefani 33-35„68 Scott Langley 34-34„68 Jonathan Byrd 34-34„68 Jhonattan Vegas 36-32„68 Scottie Schef” er 34-34„68 Matt Every 34-34„68 Robert Garrigus 37-31„68 Lucas Glover 35-33„68 Norman Xiong 32-36„68 Nick Taylor 35-34„69 Sam Saunders 36-33„69 Richy Werenski 35-34„69 Vaughn Taylor 32-37„69 Kevin Streelman 35-34„69 Sam Burns 36-33„69 Fabian Gomez 34-35„69 Hudson Swafford 33-36„69 Dawson Armstrong 36-33„69 Carlos Ortiz 36-33„69 Nate Lashley 32-37„69 Curtis Luck 35-34„69 Alex Cejka 34-36„70 Scott Stallings 38-32„70 Kevin Stadler 35-35„70 Billy Hurley III 34-36„70 Patrick Rodgers 36-34„70 J.J. Henry 35-35„70 Sepp Straka 37-33„70 Adam Schenk 36-34„70 Brandon Hagy 35-35„70 Alex Prugh 34-36„70 Bill Haas 36-34„70 Ryan Armour 34-36„70 Harold Varner III 36-34„70 Doug Ghim 33-37„70 Nicholas Lindheim 35-35„70 Brady Schnell 34-36„70 Martin Piller 36-34„70 Kevin Dougherty 35-35„70 Seamus Power 36-35„71 George McNeill 37-34„71 John Huh 35-36„71 Denny McCarthy 35-36„71 John Chin 35-36„71 Corey Conners 36-35„71 Tom Lovelady 35-36„71 Talor Gooch 36-35„71 Julian Etulain 37-34„71 Anders Albertson 33-38„71 J.T. Poston 37-34„71 Roberto Castro 34-37„71 Josh Teater 35-36„71 Harris English 35-36„71 David Hearn 36-35„71 Dylan Meyer 36-35„71 Wes Roach 35-36„71 Adam Svensson 35-36„71 Trey Mullinax 33-39„72 Eric Axley 36-36„72 Jim Herman 38-34„72 Parker McLachlin 37-35„72 Derek Ernst 37-35„72 Johnson Wagner 36-36„72 Sebastian Munoz 35-37„72 Dylan Frittelli 35-37„72 Roger Sloan 36-36„72 Tim Wilkinson 35-37„72 Brian Stuard 36-36„72 Martin Laird 38-34„72 Hunter Mahan 35-37„72 Derek Fathauer 38-34„72 Sungjae Im 34-38„72 Stephan Jaeger 37-35„72 Kyoung-Hoon Lee 37-35„72 Jose de Jesus Rodriguez 36-36„72 Chad Campbell 37-36„73 Ryan Blaum 36-37„73 Chad Collins 37-36„73 Jonas Blixt 37-36„73 Retief Goosen 38-35„73 LPGA TOURSWINGING SKIRTS LPGA TAIWAN CHAMPIONSHIPFridays leaders at Ta Shee Golf & Country Club, Taoyuan, Taiwan. Purse: $2.2 million. Yardage: 6,582; Par: 72 Second Round Wei-Ling Hsu 68-67„135 Jodi Ewart Shadoff 65-71„136 Lydia Ko 71-66„137 Mirim Lee 71-67„138 Nelly Korda 67-71„138 Megan Khang 69-70„139 Haeji Kang 67-72„139 Ryann OToole 71-69„140 Jin Young Ko 71-69„140 Bronte Law 70-70„140 Jacqui Concolino 70-70„140 Annie Park 70-70„140 So Yeon Ryu 68-72„140 Brittany Altomare 73-68„141 Jenny Shin 72-69„141 Carlota Ciganda 69-72„141 Ally McDonald 68-73„141 Moriya Jutanugarn 68-73„141 Minjee Lee 73-69„142 Amy Yang 71-71„142 Eun-Hee Ji 70-72„142 Ayako Uehara 69-73„142 Jeong Eun Lee 68-74„142 Azahara Munoz 74-69„143 Thidapa Suwannapura 73-70„143 Lindy Duncan 71-72„143 Angel Yin 71-72„143 Chella Choi 70-73„143 Aditi Ashok 75-69„144 Teresa Lu 74-70„144 Maria Torres 74-70„144 Pernilla Lindberg 71-73„144 Caroline Masson 71-73„144 Madelene Sagstrom 70-74„144 Jennifer Song 70-74„144 Brooke M. Henderson 70-74„144 a-Yu-Chiang Hou 70-74„144 Sei Young Kim 70-74„144 Babe Liu 69-75„144 Candie Kung 75-70„145 Ashleigh Buhai 73-72„145 Mo Martin 72-73„145 a-Atthaya Thitikul 72-73„145 Wichanee Meechai 71-74„145 Lizette Salas 76-70„146 Nasa Hataoka 75-71„146 Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 75-71„146 Sarah Jane Smith 74-72„146 Anna Nordqvist 73-73„146 Hannah Green 72-74„146 a-Chia Yen Wu 72-74„146 Mariah Stackhouse 75-72„147 Yani Tseng 75-72„147 Mi Hyang Lee 75-72„147 PGA TOUR CHAMPIONSINVESCO QQQ CHAMPIONSHIPFriday at Sherwood Country Club, Thousand Oaks, Calif. Purse: $2 million; Yardage: 7,006; Par: 72First RoundTom Byrum 35-31„66 Scott Parel 35-32„67 David McKenzie 36-32„68 Michael Bradley 36-32„68 Jesper Parnevik 35-33„68 Bernhard Langer 35-33„68 Miguel Angel Jimnez 33-35„68 Bob Estes 34-35„69 Colin Montgomerie 35-34„69 Glen Day 35-34„69 Jeff Maggert 36-33„69 Vijay Singh 35-34„69 Olin Browne 34-36„70 David Frost 35-35„70 Jerry Smith 34-36„70 Lee Janzen 34-36„70 Duffy Waldorf 35-35„70 Paul Goydos 34-36„70 Brandt Jobe 32-38„70 Kevin Sutherland 35-35„70 Tommy Tolles 34-37„71 Jeff Sluman 37-34„71 Tom Pernice Jr. 35-36„71 Kenny Perry 36-35„71 Tom Lehman 37-34„71 Scott McCarron 33-38„71 Esteban Toledo 36-36„72 Stephen Ames 35-37„72 Jay Haas 34-38„72 Kent Jones 38-34„72 TRANSACTIONS BASEBALLAmerican LeagueCHICAGO WHITE SOX „ Assigned OF Ryan LaMarre and RHPs Danny Farquhar and Rob Scahill outright to Charlotte (IL).Can-Am LeagueTROIS-RIVIERES AIGLES „ Released RHPs Yender Caramo, Shaun Ellis, Tyler Garkow, Angel Rincon and Matt Rusch.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationNBA „ Named Ralph Rivera managing director of NBA Europe and Middle East. LOS ANGELES LAKERS „ Assigned C Moritz Wagner to South Bay (NBAGL) for a rehab assignment.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueARIZONA CARDINALS „ Released OL Kyle Friend from the practice squad. Signed PK Matt McCrane to the practice squad.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueLOS ANGELES KINGS „ Assigned F Sheldon Rempal to Ontario (AHL). NASHVILLE PREDATORS „ Loaned F Tyler Moy from Milwaukee (AHL) to Atlanta (ECHL). NEW JERSEY DEVILS „ Recalled F Joey Anderson from Binghamton (AHL).OLYMPIC SPORTSUSADA „ Announced the lifetime ban of former USPS Pro Cycling team Dr. Luis Garcia del Moral is no longer in effect.SOCCERMajor League SoccerMLS „ Fined Sporting KC M Felipe Gutierrez for simulation/embellishment.United Soccer LeagueNEW MEXICO UNITED „ Named Brandon Morris director of soccer operations and assistant technical director, Joel Tyson assistant coach and director of sports performance and Zach Prince assistant coach and director of high-performance youth programming. TENNIS WTA TOURBNP PARIBAS WTA FINALS Friday at Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore Purse: $7 million (Tour Championship); Surface: Hard-IndoorWomens Singles Round Robin Red GroupKiki Bertens (8), Netherlands, def. Naomi Osaka (3), Japan, 6-3 retired. Sloane Stephens (5), United States, def. Angelique Kerber (1), Germany, 6-3, 6-3. Standings: x-Stephens 3-0 (sets 6-2), x-Bertens 2-1 (5-3), Kerber 1-2 (3-5), Osaka 0-3 (2-6).White GroupStandings: x-Elina Svitolina 3-0 (6-2), x-Karolina Pliskova 2-1 (5-2), Caroline Wozniacki 1-2 (3-5), Petra Kvitova 0-3 (1-6). x-advanced to semi“ nalsWomens Doubles First RoundTimea Babos, Hungary, and Kristina Mladenovic (2), France, def. Gabriela Dabrowski, Canada, and Xu Yifan, China, 6-0, 6-2. Ashleigh Barty, Australia, and CoCo Vandeweghe, United States, def. Elise Mertens, Belgium, and Demi Schuurs (4), Netherlands, 6-1, 6-4.ATP WORLD TOURERSTE BANK OPENFriday at Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria Purse: $2.53 million (WT500). Surface: Hard-IndoorMens Singles Quarter“ nalsMikhail Kukushkin, Kazakhstan, def. Marton Fucsovics, Hungary, 4-6, 7-6 (2), 7-6 (4). Kei Nishikori (5), Japan, def. Dominic Thiem (1), Austria, 6-3, 6-1. Kevin Anderson (2), South Africa, def. Borna Coric (6), Croatia, 7-6 (2), 1-2 retired. Fernando Verdasco, Spain, def. Gael Mon“ ls, France, 6-4, 2-1 retired.Mens Doubles Semi“ nalsJoe Salisbury and Neal Skupski, Britain, def. Lukasz Kubot, Poland, and Marcelo Melo (2), Brazil, 2-6, 6-3, 10-8.Quarter“ nalsOliver Marach, Austria, and Mate Pavic (1), Croatia, def. Maximo Gonzalez and Diego Schwartzman, Argentina, 6-1, 6-0. SCOREBOARD Today AUTO RACING 1:30 p.m. ABC [--] Formula One, Mexican Grand Prix, at Mexico City NBCSN [--] NASCAR, Monster Energy Series, First Data 500, at Ridgeway, Va. CFL FOOTBALL Noon ESPN2 [--] Toronto at Montreal DRAG RACING 2:30 p.m. FS1 [--] NHRA, Toyota Nationals, qualifying, at Las Vegas (taped) 6 p.m. FS1 [--] NHRA, Toyota Nationals, “ nals, at Las Vegas (same-day taped) FIGURE SKATING 3 p.m. NBC [--] ISU Grand Prix, Skate Canada, at Laval, Quebec (taped) GOLF 1:30 p.m. GOLF [--] PGA Tour, Sanderson Farms Championship, “ nal round, at Jackson, Miss. 4:30 p.m. GOLF [--] Champions Tour, Invesco QQQ Championship, “ nal round, at Thousand Oaks, Calif. 8 p.m. GOLF [--] LPGA Tour, Swinging Skirts Taiwan Championship, “ nal round, at Taoyuan, Taiwan (same-day tape) MLB 7 p.m. FOX [--] MLB World Series, Game 5, Boston at L.A. Dodgers NFL 8:30 a.m. NFL [--] Philadelphia at Jacksonville, at London Noon CBS [--] Regional coverage, Denver at Kansas City, Cleveland at Pittsburgh, N.Y. Jets at Chicago OR Baltimore at Carolina FOX [--] Regional coverage, Washington at N.Y. Giants, Seattle at Detroit OR Tampa Bay at Cincinnati 3 p.m. CBS [--] Regional coverage, Indianapolis at Oakland 3:25 p.m. FOX [--] Regional coverage, San Francisco at Arizona OR Green Bay at L.A. Rams 7:20 p.m. NBC [--] New Orleans at Minnesota SOCCER 7:20 a.m. FS2 [--] Bundesliga, Bundesliga Nuremberg vs. Eintracht Frankfurt 8:30 a.m. NBCSN [--] Premier League, Crystal Palace vs. Arsenal 9:30 a.m. FS2 [--] Bundesliga, Leipzig vs. Schalke 11 a.m. NBC [--] Premier League, Manchester United vs. Everton 11:55 p.m. FS1 [--] Bundesliga, Werder Bremen vs. Bayer Leverkusen Noon ESPN [--] Serie A, AC Milan vs. Sampdoria 3:30 p.m. FS1 [--] MLS, Los Angeles FC at Sporting Kansas City WRESTLING 10 p.m. NBCSN [--] UWW World Championships, Day 8, Greco-Roman “ nals, at Budapest, Hungary (same-day tape)ON THE AIR The Associated PressNEW YORK „ If this is what Kevin Durant can do at Madison Square Garden, no wonder Knicks fans are so desperate for him to come to New York.This kind of show was worth seeing more than once a season.Durant scored 25 of his 41 points in Golden States ruthless fourthquarter clinic, and the Warriors beat the Knicks 128-100 on Friday night. Durant was the center of attention leading into the game and then the star of it in front of fans who hope he will consider the Knicks if he becomes a free agent this summer.Hes not interested in the off-the-court stuff right now, but he loved what happened on the floor in his 10-for-13 final quarter.It feels like when you catch every green light when youre going some-where,Ž Durant said.New York led by three after three quarters before Durant and the Warriors starting hitting from all over the floor, making 19 of 26 shots „ and things went so well that on a rare long-range miss by Durant, the ball bounced all the way out behind the arc to a wide-open Stephen Curry, who made the 3-pointer.Asked what changed in the fourth quarter, when Golden State out-scored New York 47-16, Knicks coach David Fizdale said: Kevin Durant.ŽCurry added 29 points and six 3-pointers, giving him at least five in every game this season. But on the floor where he scored a career-best 54 points in 2013, his performance seemed almost quiet because of Durant.He finished 17 of 24 from the floor, including 5 of 9 from behind the arc „ where one of the misses was a one-legged attempt. Durant scores 41 points, Warriors thump KnicksGolden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) and guard Klay Thompson (11) react to a three-point basket during the second half of Fridays game in New York. [MARY ALTAFFER/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 C5ByWillGravesTheAssociatedPressSimoneBileswantstoget thisoutofthewayfirst.She didntreturntogymnastics toappeaseanyone.Nother sponsors.Notherfamily.Andnottheorganizationshe represents.ThiscomebackŽ„awordtheOlympicchampionisnt reallyafanof„isabout curiosityandself-respect. Toseehowfarshecango. Whatboundariesshecan push.Howgoodshereallyis.Thatsall.Therestofit„fromher burgeoningstardomthats madegoingtothemalldifficultwithoutfriendsasa buffer,toheruniqueandincreasinglyvocalcritiquesofUSAGymnasticsasittriestoplotawayforwardamidthe falloutoftheLarryNassarsexualabusescandal„isjustdetails.The21-year-oldinsists whatsheisdoingisnobig deal.NewcoachLaurent Landithrowsdownachal-lengeandshegivesitashot.Sheseessomethingamiss atUSAGymnasticsand speaksup,whetheritsthe aboutmaddeningsilenceof formerpresidentandCEO KerryPerryorthebaffling, botchedandbriefhiringof formerU.S.RepresentativeMaryBonoasPerrysinterimreplacement.Askedifshesawareofthesignificantinfluenceshewieldswithinhersportasshepreparesforareturntotheworldchampionshipsstart-ingSaturdayinDoha,Qatar,Bilesismatter-of-fact.Thethree-timeworldall-aroundchampionand14-timeworldchampionshipmedalistwonthesitatetoletherfeelingsbeknownaslongasitsinapositivemanner.ŽSomedays,itstelling Perrytostarttalkingpubliclybecausethatsher job.ŽOthersitscallingout BonoonTwitterformark-ingovertheNikeswooshonhergolfshoes,Bonoswayof protestingNikesdecisiontohaveformerNFLquarter-backColinKaepernickserveasthecenterpieceofanad campaign.Stillothers,its wearingatealleotard„asshedidduringthefinalsoftheU.S.Championships„asatributetosurvivorsofsexual abuse,herselfincluded.Bilesacknowledgedin JanuaryshewasamongthehundredsofwomenwhosaytheywereabusedbyNassar,aformerteamdoctorat USAGymnasticsnowservingupto175yearsinprison formolestingwomenand girlsandpossessingchild pornography.Sheremains intreatmentaspartofherrecovery.Oneofthebyprod-uctsisbecomingmorecomfortableinherownskin,amaturitythatsallowedhertoembraceherroleasan agentofchange,albeitinher ownuniquestyle. WhenBileshassomethingtosay,shedoesitwitharealtalkŽbluntnessthateschewsvolumeandangerforsome-thingquieterandmoredirect.Sherelayshermessagein myopinioninasubtleway,Žhermother,NellieBiles,said.Itsstrongbutitssubtle.Butshestillknowswhatevermessagesheputsoutthere,everyonegetsit.ŽBilessimplywantsUSA Gymnasticstospeakup,takeownershipanddowhatsrightŽasittriestodigitself outoftheNassarmess.The organizationsrockytwo yearssinceNassarsfirst victimscameforwardhave includedamassiveover-haulamongitsnationalstaffanddozensofchangesin responsetoanindependentinvestigation.Andwhilethatsallfine, BileswondersifUSAGymnasticsisnowbendingtoo fartheotherway.Thenew regulationsrequireathletes attendingnationalteam campstobeescortedbya chaperone.Bilestraveled byherselfwhileflyingfromHoustontoBradentonearlierthismonth. Whilesheunderstandstheneedforaculturechange,shealsothinkstheyoungteam shewillleadontothefloor atAspireAcademyonSaturdayundertheguidanceofnewhighperformancecoor-dinatorTomForstercould sometimesuseanot-so gentlenudgeintherightdirection.InrealityIthinktheredoesneedtobesomebodytobetoughonthemsowecandowhatweneedtodo,ŽBilessaid.Notabusiveoranything,butsomeonepeoplearekindofafraidofinagood way.ŽHeresthethingthough:theonepersontheteammaybeafraidof,atleastinsomesmallway,isBiles.Sheistheloneholdoverfromtheteamthatdominatedthe2016 Olympics,winningnearly halfofthemedalsavailable.Herfourgoldmedalsandfiveoveralltiedrecords.Nowshe findsherselfcallinggirlswhohavelonglookeduptoherteammates.Ithinkitisverydifferent(than2016),ŽBilessaid. Idofeelapart(fromthe group)inaway.ButIfeel likeweretryingtoworkasateam.Weretryingtolearn toworkasateam.Obviouslythatsgoingtotakesometimeaswell.ŽTheprocessisalready underway.TheAmericans havebeeninQatarforthe betterpartofaweek,with Bilesstandingsidebyside (andsometimesarminarm )with2017worldchampionMorganHurd,2016Olympicalternateand2017national championRaganSmith, RileyMcCusker,GraceMcCallumandKaraEaker. SimoneBilesperformsonthe”oorduringtheartisticgymnasticswomensteam“nalatthe2016 SummerOlympicsonAug.9,2016,inRiodeJaneiro,Brazil.[MORRYGASH/THEASSOCIATEDPRESS] DONTCALLIT ACOMEBACK SPORTS TICKER INBRIEFHOUSTONTexansFulleroutfor seasonwithtornligamentTexansreceiverWill Fullerhasatornknee ligamentandwillmiss therestoftheseason,a b igblowtoateamthat haswonfiveinarowandiscomingoffahigh-scoringvictory.Hewasinjured duringthefourthquarterThursdaynight againstMiamiwhenhe b ecameentangledwith adefenderandtumbledtotheground.CoachBillOBriensaidFridayhedoesntknow whenFullerwillhave surgerytorepairthe anteriorcruciateliga-mentinhisrightknee.ImverydisappointedforWillbecauseWillsagreatguy,ŽOBriensaid.Hesreallybeenplayingatahighlevel.ŽFullerhadaseason-high124yardsreceivingwitha73-yardtouchdownonThursday b eforetheinjury.He had503yardsreceivingandfourtouchdownsinsevengamesthisseason.Thethird-yearplayer wasafirst-roundpickin2016.KIGALI,RWANDAFIFAputsnew tournamentsonholdA$25billionoverhaulofworldsoccercompeti-tionswasputononholdaftermountingdisapprovalfromEuropean leadersandclubssaw FIFAPresidentGianni Infantinobacktrackon Fridayandacceptmoreconsultationwasneces-sarytoavertacrisis.AvotewasabandonedhoursbeforethecouncilmeetingwhereInfantinohopedtosecureapprovalfromhiscouncilonthe principleofrevampingtheClubWorldCupandestablishingaGlobalNationsLeague.Iamhappytohave contributedtopeaceintheworldtoday,ŽInfan-tinosaid.Wewillworktoseewhetherwecanfindsomethingthatsuitseveryone.ŽInfantinowillleada taskforcefeaturingthe regionalconfederation presidentstoexplorethemeritsoftheformatsthatarebeingstronglyresistedbyUEFAPresi-dentAleksanderCeferin.SINGAPOREOsakaretireswithinjury, BertensreachessemisU.S.Openchampion NaomiOsakafinished herdebutappearanceattheWTAFinalsonFridaywithaninjuryandan0-3record.OsakawastrailingKiki Bertens6-3whenshe retiredfromthematch withanupperleftleginjury.Bertenswasawarded astraight-setvictory andhasadvancedtothesemifinals.Ihurtmyleftham-stringinthefirstmatch,ŽOsakasaid.Itwasjust gettingworseandworseeverytimeIplayed.Ijustreallywantedtotrybecausethisisthelasttournament,andIfeltitwasreallyunfairtoevery-onethatcametowatch.ŽSloaneStephensalso advancedtothesemifi-nals,improvingto3-0by b eatingAngeliqueKerber6-3,6-3. TheAssociatedPress TheAssociatedPressJohnZieglerJr.,the NHLpresidentwho oversawthemerger withtheWorldHockey Associationandwas eventuallyoustedfol-lowinglaborunrestandaplayersstrikein1992, hasdied.Hewas84.TheNHLconfirmedZieglers deathonitswebsite, althoughthecause wasnotimmediatelyknown.HewaslivinginFlorida. ZieglerwastheNHLsfourthpresident,succeedingClarence Campbellin1977and serving15years.He wasthefirstAmerican toruntheleagueand wasinductedintothe HockeyHallofFamein1987.Twoyearsafterhe becamepresident,the NHLmergedwiththe WHA.Itaddedfour teamsfromtheupstartleague„theEdmontonOilers,WinnipegJets, QuebecNordiquesandHartfordWhalers.WhiletheJets,NordiquesandWhalers eventuallyrelocated, theOilersquicklyfoundsuccessintheNHL,win-ningfourStanleyCupsbetween1984and1988onasuperstar-ladenteamledbyWayneGretzky.TheOilerspostedapic-tureofZieglerhandingtheStanleyCuptoabeamingGretzkyontheteamsTwitterfeed.GaryBettmansaidin astatementthatZiegler wasinstrumentalin theNHLstransitionto becomingamoreinternationalleagueŽby increasingthenumber ofEuropeanplayersandopeningthedoorforRussianstocompeteinNorth America.Thecommissioner notedthatwhileZiegler waspresidenttheleague expandedfrom18to24teams,theshareofEuro-pean-bornplayersintheNHLgrewfrom2to11per-centandgamesbetween NHLandEuropeanclubs becameanearlyannualtradition.Johnprovidedinvalu-ablecounselduringmy earlydaysascommissionerandwasalways generouswithhistime,ŽBettmansaid. Contentiouslabortalks betweentheNHLandthe NHLPlayersAssociation overplayoffbonuses,free agencyandpensionfundsledtotheplayersvotingtostrikeinthefinalweekso f the1991-92season.Thestrikelasted10days.LeagueownersunhappywiththelaboragreementoustedZieglertwomonthslater.Hewasreplacedon aninterimbasisbyGil Stein.TheNHLhired Bettmanthefollowingyearandappointed himtheleaguesfirstcommissioner.ZieglerwasfromGrossePointe,Michigan,and brokeintotheNHL with theownershipgroupo f theDetroitRedWingsin1959. Former NHL president diesat84 Simonesays:Bilesreadyto soaratWorldChampionships Sherelayshermessageinmyopinioninasubtleway.Itsstrongbutitssubtle.Butshe stillknowswhatevermessagesheputsoutthere,everyonegetsit.ŽNellieBiles,Simonesmother Ziegler SimoneBilesbiteshergoldmedalfortheartisticgymnastics womensindividualall-around“nalatthe2016SummerOlympics onAug.11,2016,inRiodeJaneiro,Brazil.[DMITRILOVETSKY/THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS]

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** I felt like we had some guys that quit on our football team and thats cant be tol-erated,Ž Florida State coach Willie Taggart said. You quit, you dont play.ŽDeondre Francois completed 17 of 36 passes for 180 yards and an intercep-tion for the Seminoles before departing due to injury. James Blackman came in and had a 73-yard touchdown pass to Keyshawn Helton.Florida State was onedimensional on offense, rushing 35 times for -21 yards. Clemson forced the Seminoles to punt 12 times, including Florida States first five possessions.Our defense set the tempo for the day right out of the gate,Ž Swinney said.Florida State had not allowed 30 points in 11 straight games, but that streak was snapped less than a minute into the third quar-ter when Lawrence connected with Rodgers on a 58-yard catch and run. THE TAKEAWAYClemson: The Tigers have cruised the last three weeks by a combined 163-20.Florida State: Florida State is 0-5 against ranked teams since the start of the 2017 season. Four of those losses are by double digits, includ-ing a 31-14 loss at Clemson last fall. UP NEXTClemson: Hosts Louisville next Saturday.Florida State: Visits No. 22 North Carolina State next Saturday, the second of three straight ranked opponents on the schedule. Florida State also plays at No. 3 Notre Dame on Nov. 10. FSUFrom Page C1 C6 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News Herald The Associated PressKeShawn Vaughn rushed for 172 yards and three touch-downs to help Vanderbilt earn its first Southeastern Con-ference victory of the season with a 45-31 win over Arkan-sas on Saturday.Kyle Shurmur added a pair of touchdown passes to Jared Pinkney for the Commodores (4-5, 1-4), who earned their first SEC win since a victory over Tennessee to end last season.Vaughn ran 26 times in his return after missing last weeks loss to Kentucky with an injury, including a 63-yard touchdown burst for Vander-bilts first score. He finished just short of his career-best of 180 yards rushing, set as a freshman with Illinois in 2015.Shurmur finished 13-of-19 passing for 192 yards, and Pinkney had five catches for 93 yards and the two scores.Rakeem Boyd ran 19 times for 113 yards for the Razorbacks (2-7, 0-5), the third time in four games the sopho-more has topped the 100-yard mark in rushing.After missing last weeks game with a concussion, Arkansas quarterback Ty Storey returned and completed 23 of 36 passes for 240 yards. He also threw two touchdowns and two interceptions. Virginia 31, North Carolina 21Bryce Perkins threw for three touchdowns and ran for another and Virginia beat North Carolina.Perkins ran for 112 yards for the Cavaliers (6-2, 4-1 ACC), who are in first place in the ACCs Coastal Division. They gained bowl eligibility for the second year in a row, a first for the program since it went to four in a row from 2002-05. They also won their third con-ference game in a row for the first time since 2011.The loss was the fourth straight for the Tar Heels (1-6, 1-4), and ended their four-game winning streak on Virginias home field.On a day when Perkins con-nected for scores with Joe Reed (27 yards), Hasise Dubois (33) and Evan Butts (16), he also found Olamide Zaccheaus 10 times for 108 yards, allowing Zaccheaus to pass Billy McMul-len (210) as the schools career receptions leader with 213.The Cavaliers led 17-14 at halftime, but Perkins hit Dubois for a 33-yard score early in the third quarter and the defense limited North Carolina to two first downs and 43 yards. Per-kins 16-yard pass to Butts on the first play of the fourth quar-ter made it 31-14.Michael Carter scored from a yard out for the Tar Heels with 7:53 to play, but their last possession ended with a fourth-down incompletion as Nathan Elliott struggled against more pressure and the absence of a running game. They gained just 66 yards on the ground. Wake Forest 56, Louisville 35Matt Colburn II rushed for career highs of 243 yards and three touchdowns, Sam Hartman threw two TD passes and Wake Forest rolled up 591 yards in a rout of Louisville.The Demon Deacons (4-4, 1-3 Atlantic Coast Confer-ence) had their way offensively in a high-scoring matchup of schools seeking their first league win. They scored TDs on five of their first six firsthalf possessions and broke 500 yards for the fourth time this season, the second in ACC play.Colburn, who had committed verbally to Louisville before his scholarship offer was pulled, encountered little resistance from the Cardinals (2-6, 0-5). The senior ran for scores of 74, 56 and 12 yards on the way to his career best and finished with an average of 12.2 yards on 20 attempts.Wake ended up rushing for 368 yards. Hartman completed 16 of 24 passes for 223 yards as Wake Forest beat Louisville for the second year in a row.Louisvilles Trey Smith rushed for a career-high three TDs and 98 yards on 13 carries. Jawon Pass added a career-best 358 yards passing and a TD, but the Cardinals (532 yards) were left playing catch-up after scoring on the games opening drive.Vaughns 3 touchdowns spark Vandy past Arkansas, 4531Vanderbilt running back KeShawn Vaughn is tripped up by an Arkansas defender in the “ rst half. [AP PHOTO/MICHAEL WOODS] Arkansas tight end Cheyenne OGrady makes a one-handed catch in front of Vanderbilt defensive back Frank Coppet. [AP PHOTO/ MICHAEL WOODS] Clemsons Christina Wilkins (42) celebrates his touchdown in the “ rst half. [AP PHOTO/MARK WALLHEISER] They were oh-so-close in the 13th to taking a commanding Series lead. But veteran second baseman Ian Kinslers wide throw on a two-out grounder by Yasiel Puig let Los Angeles score the tying run.Had the last out in my glove and couldnt get it over there. Its tough to swallow,Ž Kinsler said.I feel like I let the team down right there,Ž he said.Said Red Sox manager Alex Cora: It was just a bad night.ŽWe had some situations that we could have put them away and then we didnt. And at the end we paid the price,Ž he said. Evoking memories of Kirk Gibsons winning pinch-hit homer in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series, Muncy came within feet of ending it in the bottom of the 15th. But his shot to right sailed just foul and he ended up striking out.I really thought I had it,Ž Muncy said. That was kind of defeating at that point, but I was able to get back and get another shot.ŽThe battle of attrition had a bit of everything, including 18 pitchers, 27 position play-ers and 561 pitches. Never before had a Series game gone more than 14 innings.Two games in one, really. And a fall classic, indeed. It was a must-win for us. Our guys just persevered,Ž Dodgers manager Dave Rob-erts said.How long did they play? Put it this way: The game took 15 minutes more than the entire 1939 World Series when the Yankees swept Cincinnati, STATS said.Long after rookie Walker Buehler dazzled over seven shutout innings for the Dodgers, things got interesting.The Red Sox tied it 1-all in the eighth on a homer by Jackie Bradley Jr. and took a 2-1 lead in the 13th.The Dodgers answered with the tying run in the bottom of the inning.After Dodgers center fielder Cody Bellinger made the throw of his life in the 10th, both teams scored on bizarre errors in the 13th.Cora used starter David Price in relief, rotated his outfielders in the middle of innings and even put catcher Christian Vazquez at first base for the first time in his big league career.Out of position players, Roberts called on ace Clay-ton Kershaw to pinch-hit in the 17th. He flied out.The stadium organist was busy, too, launching into Take Me Out to the Ball GameŽ in the 14th inning „ a second version of the seventh-inning stretch. Not many had left by then. SERIESFrom Page C1

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 C7By Jenna FryerThe Associated PressCHARLOTTE, N.C. „ Chase Elliott first had to figure out how to stop losing races before he could find his way to victory lane.It took probably a dozen defeats in NASCARs Cup Series before Elliott stepped up on the road course at Watkins Glen to finally close out his first win. That August victory locked him into the playoffs, and he bookended the second round of the championship chase with victories at Dover and Kansas.Now Elliott is on to the third round of the playoffs „ winner of two of the last three races, and three of the last 11 dating to his Watkins Glen breakthrough „ and is perhaps a legitimate title contender. Once that first victory was out of the way, Elliott switched into another gear knowing he could win at the highest level.Crew chief Alan Gustafson likened it to a change in mental approach that all athletes face.I always feel like when youre in a situation, whatever it is, if youre shooting a foul shot, hitting a golf shot, racing a car, when you come up to the foul line, is your mind saying to yourself, Im going to make it? Or Im going to miss it? That psychol-ogy is a huge part of success,Ž Gustafson said.As you get confidence and wins, you make foul shots, when you get to the line you know youre going to make them. I dont feel like his personality has changed, but I think now when he looks at that opportunity, he is looking at it more like Yes, I can do this instead of the 100 things that can go wrong.ŽAnd plenty of things went wrong for Elliott after he won the Xfinity Series championship in 2014, when he was 18 and finally eligible to run a full NASCAR season. Plans were formed in 2015 for his move to the big leagues with Hendrick Motorsports as the replacement for retiring four-time champion Jeff Gordon. Elliott was in the seat not long after his 20th birthday.He is the son of Hall of Famer Bill Elliott, NASCARs 1988 champion and a record 16-time winner of the most popular driver award. Chase Elliott entered NASCAR with a built-in fan base that wants him to match the success of his father. Because hes with Hen-drick, in Gordons old ride, the wins should have been immedi-ate, right?Elliott did win the pole for his Daytona 500 debut, but he finished 37th. His rookie season netted five finishes of second or third, a 10th-place finish in the standings and no wins.Year 2 was like a bad repeat. The pole again at Daytona and nothing to show for that effort. Even worse? Five runner-up finishes and almost certain victory snatched away at Mar-tinsville Speedway. Elliott was leading late in the race at the Virginia track with only a few laps remaining before what would have been both his first victory and an automatic spot in the championship finale.Elliott on a hot streak, eyeing NASCAR crownThe Associated PressSHANGHAI „ Tony Finau has enjoyed such a good year that he wasnt about to let one bad break get him down Friday in the HSBC Champions.Finau had just built a three-shot lead as Patrick Reed began to stumble when Finau hit an approach from the rough on the 11th hole toward the green at Sheshan International. The ball landed on a sprinkler shot high in the air and rolled over the back and into the hazard. It led to a double bogey and cut his lead to one shot.Finau didnt flinch, however.He had a pair of birdies on the par 5s, laid up on the reachable par-4 16th and made birdie, and wound up with a 5-under 67. That put him at 11-under 133, three shots clear of Reed (72), Tommy Fleetwood (68) and defending champion Justin Rose (67).That was about as bad a break as Ive ever had, to kick all the way over the green into the hazard,Ž Finau said. One thing Ive learned in this game, you take the good with the bad and keep moving forward. I knew I was playing well still and still at the top of the leaderboard. Just keep plugging along and try to get that back and I was able to do that.ŽReed opened with a pair of quick birdies in a swirling wind that came out of the opposite direction of the first round. He made his first bogey of the tournament on the fifth hole of the second round by missing a 4-foot putt after a smart chip shot from deep rough. Then, he hit into the water on No. 6 and had to scramble to make bogey. He also hit into the water on the par-5 eighth, but his short game allowed him to save par.Finau overcomes wild break to lead HSBCTony Finau adjusts his cap during the second round of the HSBC Champions, Friday at Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai. [NG HAN GUAN/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS] By Dan GreenspanThe Associated PressPASADENA, Calif. „ Zack Moss rushed for a career-high 211 yards and scored three touchdowns, helping No. 23 Utah beat UCLA 41-10 on Friday night.Britain Covey had 132 all-purpose yards and threw a touchdown pass for the Utes (6-2, 4-2 Pac-12), who won their fourth consecutive game. Armand Shyne ran for a touchdown and Matt Gay kicked two field goals.We got back to playing Utah football and weve been able to do a lot of good things,Ž Moss said.Joshua Kelley ran for 90 yards and a touchdown, but the Bruins (2-6, 2-3) were unable to get their third straight win. Wilton Speight was 20 of 40 for 164 yards passing.Utah scored 28 straight points after falling behind 7-3 in the first quarter. Covey threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to tight end Cole Fotheringham off a reverse to make it 10-7 midway through the second quarter, and Moss had 1-yard touchdown runs in the second and third quarter.Some of those runs Zack made were sheer tough-ness and willpower,Ž Utah coach Kyle Whi ttingham said. Hes like a sledgehammer in between the tackles.ŽShynes 2-yard touch-down run made it 31-7 after Julian Blackmon picked off Speight, who started for the first time since sustaining a back injury in the season opener against Cincinnati.Utah scored 40 points in four consecutive conference games for the first time since 2004, when the undefeated team coached by Urban Meyer closed out the regular season with five such games as a member of the Mountain West.Everyone is just flowing in the right direction and we need to, especially at the back end of the year,Ž Moss said. Its like were fresh and everyone else is dead right now because weve worked so hard.ŽKelley had a 25-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-inches in the first quarter to give UCLA an early lead, but the Bruins defense could not keep Moss and Utahs rushing offense in check. Utah fin-ished with 325 yards on the ground and averaged 6.5 yards per carry.We didnt tackle well in the first half, we didnt tackle well in the second half,Ž UCLA coach Chip Kelly said.Utah safety Marquise Blair was ejected for targeting in the third quarter and will miss the first half at Arizona State. Blair made helmet-to-helmet contact with Speight when he was sliding at the end of an 11-yard run. The takeawayUtah: The Utes avoided the letdown that has kept them from winning the Pac-12 South in previous seasons. Utah had followed home wins over Southern California in 2014 and 2016 with road losses, but there was no such slip-up this season. If Utah can maintain dominant play on both sides of the line of scrimmage for three more conference games, coach Kyle Whittingham will finally reach the Pac-12 title game for the first time on Nov. 30.UCLA: The Bruins still have work to do. Consecutive wins might have created the impression UCLA had turned the corner in Chip Kellys first season, but there were too many drops, penalties and missed tackles to take advantage when Utah appeared vulnerable early on. Poll implicationsWith a fourth straight impressive win, Utah will be in the Top 25 for the second straight week. A resume that includes narrow losses to No. 15 Washington and No. 14 Washington State might also get a closer examina-tion from voters.No. 23 Utah rolls over UCLA behind Moss career nightUtah running back Zack Moss, top, sprints out of a tackle attempt by UCLA linebacker Tyree Thompson during Fridays game in Pasadena, Calif. [KYUSUNG GONG/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS] The Associated PressBOSTON „ AJ Dillon car-ried it 32 times for 149 yards and a touchdown, Anthony Brown threw for a score and ran for another and Boston College beat Miami 27-14 on Friday night.It was only BC's fourth victory in its last 22 meetings against Miami. Brown went 15 of 28 for 152 yards with an interception, and Jeff Smith had a TD catch for the Eagles (6-2, 3-1 ACC). BC has six wins in October for the first time since 2009.Malik Rosier completed 18 of 35 passes for 149 yards and a TD, but was incepted twice, leading to 10 BC points. DeeJay Dallas added a TD run for Miami (5-3, 2-2).The Hurricanes hardly look like a team that opened the season ranked eighth in the AP Top 25. They sputtered on offense and gave up big yard-age plays defensively.Miami hosts Duke next Saturday. La. Tech 21, FAU 13BOCA RATON „ J'Mar Smith threw for 217 yards and a touchdown and Louisiana Tech (6-2, 4-1 C-USA) beat Florida Atlantic (3-5, 1-3) to snap the Owls' 10-game home winning streak. Louisiana Tech (6-2, 4-1 Conference USA), which is bowl eligible for the fifth straight season, scored two touchdowns in the final three minutes of the first half for a 14-10 lead. Rafe Peavey made his first start of the season, replacing seven-game starter Chris Robison, and was 15-of-26 passing with an interception for FAU. Devin Singletary carried it 19 times for 171 yards and one touchdown. Singletary scored on the opening drive for his nation-leading 15th rushing touchdown of the season. He's tied with quarterbacks Eric Crouch and Colin Kaepe-rnick for 11th in FBS history with 59 rushing touchdowns.Miami falls to Boston College, 2714Boston Colleges Max Richardson (14) tackles Miamis Travis Homer during the “ rst half Friday in Boston. [ASSOCIATED PRESS/MICHAEL DWYER] Elliott

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** C8 Sunday, October 28, 2018 | The News HeraldAcross 1 Run-down area 5 Fire starter 10 Defunct Ford div. 14 Like some bulls 19 Bigger than big 20 Enjoy slowly, as a drink 21 I __ busted!Ž 22 Come to light 23 Message about nearly a dozen U.S. sailors being ” own overseas? (Pa.) 27 Not talkative 28 Receive inside info 29 Tired comment 30 One terminus of Chicagos Blue Line 33 Soccer goose egg 34 Cunning plan 35 Annoyed Mayberry aunt gets an old Toyota at a raf” e? (Wis.) 41 Delawares capital? 44 Disheveled 45 At least one 46 Landlords reminder 48 Tanning time on the Riviera 49 Babes counterpart 51 Follow me!Ž 53 State de“ nitively 54 Constitution letters 55 White selection, brie” y 57 Boast about Japanese animation? (Me.) 60 Not requiring stamps 62 Hopefully, whats left for dessert? 63 Funny thing is ...  64 Emanation from an aging rural miner? (Co.) 68 Pitcher part 70 Absence 71 All 75 Lunch treats from Clintons veep? (Or.) 78 Holiday song sextet 79 Brooding genre 80 Ornate molding 81 Sources of bow wood 82 Author Caleb 83 Five-O alert 84 Tied 87 Goof 88 Myrtle whose oil is a folk remedy for skin conditions 92 South end? 93 Black Friday headline? (Md.) 97 Overnight retreats 98 Simba, at the start of The Lion KingŽ 99 Primrose family plant 100 Ready to breed 103 Moonlighters work 106 Tokyo shopping district 110 Muslim ascetics drain Sahara pipeline contents? (Ca.) 114 Flawed 115 Capns underling 116 Free your pores!Ž skincare brand 117 Ignore, with outŽ 118 Tighten, as laces 119 Jazz club sessions 120 Pre“ x for a Dow foam 121 Not quite never Down 1 1990s-2000s Laker star, familiarly 2 Humdinger 3 Not-cute fruit 4 Geminids sights 5 3-2-4 ID 6 Wrestlers coup 7 Orbital high point 8 Deadliest CatchŽ narrator Mike 9 Work with needles 10 Six-legged prayer? 11 Addresses with @Ž 12 Brief invite answer? 13 Artfully shy 14 Treo maker, before it shortened its name 15 Sheikdom of song 16 Air freshener scent 17 On the briny 18 For fear that 24 Kind of alcohol 25 Kid raiser, in two ways 26 Cockpit worker 31 Prez on a “ ve 32 Prince Harrys locks, e.g. 34 Holder of keys 35 Devoured 36 Untrue 37 Cmon, take a __Ž 38 Security checkpoint device 39 Well “ ller 40 Shoe or its dance 41 Hot sauce bottle image 42 Good guy, to a bad guy 43 French 101 verb 47 Stopped ” owing 50 Pakistani tongue 51 Swindler 52 What may be babys “ rst word 55 Fair grade 56 Couldnt avoid it 57 Italian lawn game 58 Lymph __ 59 Love to bits 61 Motored (along) 62 Parents 65 Leave, slangily 66 Inappropriate look 67 Demand too much of 68 Silver Bullet Band rocker 69 Joyous song 72 A new one may itch 73 Push forward 74 Actor Maguire 75 Style 76 Nikitas negatives 77 Rowlands of The NotebookŽ 78 Worn things 82 __-Magnon 85 Hosp. drama role 86 Sells 87 Add to a website, as a video 89 Bigger copy: Abbr. 90 Guadalajara gal pal 91 Draw upon 94 Most aloof 95 Cough drops brand 96 Scotch cocktail 97 Just me,Ž formally 100 Quite a distance 101 Hardly a threat 102 SNLŽ staple 103 Wild plum 104 Sparring punches 105 Never heard __Ž 107 Car, truck or bike 108 #30 on the periodic table 109 Toward shelter 111 Small ammo 112 Like deeply discounted mdse. 113 Leader with perksBy Greg JohnsonChange of Address DEAR ABBY: My husband of 20 years, Jerry,Ž recently learned about an old girlfriends death. A Facebook friend informed him about it. The message arrived late at night while I was sleeping, and he woke me to tell me the news. He is now receiving condolences from friends that he is responding to as though he were grieving. Abby, the old girlfriend and my husband split up on very bad terms. She not only cheated on him but gave him an STD. I am appalled and feel hurt that this is happening. Friends of mine are surprised and suspicious about it. I confronted my husband and asked him if the situation were reversed and I were the one who died and an old flame started receiving condolences, how would he feel? Jerry said it wouldnt bother him. Is it normal to send condolences to old flames? „ DEATHLY CONFUSED IN TEXASDEAR DEATHLY: Its normal to inform others about a death, but considering the circumstances of the breakup, whats going on isnt normal.Ž Its possible that the messages your husband is receiving are from other Facebook friends who are connected to the sender of the original message. While it isnt unusual for old friends to reach out to each other after news of a death, to convey it in the form of a condolence to an ex-boyfriend after the romance is long over strikes me as somewhat odd. My advice is to remain calm, dont let it give you heartburn and wait for the emotions to subside with time.DEAR ABBY: The holidays are approaching, and I suspect many young couples are facing the same problem about where to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas. I have two daughters „ one married and one single. The married daughters mother-inlaw has declared that this is herŽ year for Thanksgiving, and next year is herŽ year for Christmas. She has three sons, none of whom lives within four hours of her home. All three sons have children. Dont you think the sons and their wives should decide for themselves if they want to travel for the holidays? They may prefer to spend Christmas morning in their own homes. Also, what about her daughters-in-laws parents? Perhaps they, too, have other grown children who would like to decide what they want to do for the holidays. My philosophy is to plan my holidays and invite my children. If they can come, great! If not, there are no hard feelings. If all of my children and grandchildren cant be here at the same time, I focus on the ones who are and enjoy the time I have with them. I think the woman is being disrespectful to her sons and daughters-in-law. What say you? „ FOCUS ON A GOOD TIMEDEAR FOCUS: As your letter illustrates, not all mothers-in-law are alike. Some are ironfisted matriarchs who demand obedience from their grown children. Others, like you, are more easygoing. In my opinion, the woman you have described is less disrespectful than overbearing. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby. com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.Condolences for death of mans ex-girlfriend puzzle his wife Jeanne PhillipsARIES (March 21-April 19) „ Your honest appraisal of a situation will help enormously -that is, if it's your job or duty to share such things. Avoid sharing opinions you aren't asked for, though, as it won't lead to anything good. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) „ Of course, everyone is acting out of self-interest while trying to seem unselfish. This is only natural. Anyway, it makes any genuinely sel” ess move appear nothing short of miraculous. GEMINI (May 21-June 21) „ To release the past -that's the empowering choice. Don't worry about whether the other person deserves to be forgiven. You don't have to forgive in order to drop it and move on. CANCER (June 22-July 22) „ The peacock's beautiful plumage is an elegant deception designed to woo mates and intimidate rivals. You, on the other hand, don't need to be larger or more colorful to be impressive. Leave that to the birds. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) „ You are creative, and you have so much to give. Now all you need is someone to teach you how to give it to more people. Marketing isn't just for business. It's a life skill important to your growth. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) „ Ask for clarity. It doesn't really matter whom you ask. You could ask the tree. You could ask your mom. It's the question itself that centers you and invites the light of truth. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) „ You could tell your story any number of ways. The dramatic way might be more entertaining, but it's better to be diplomatic. Cast them in a favorable light and you'll earn trust and support. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21) „ Does it seem as if you've been ranking your days as good or bad based on one single goal? Though this goal matters to you very much, should it really be the basis of your entire rating system? SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) „ It feels at times as if your body just won't cooperate with you. Then again, maybe you just haven't “ gured out how to operate it yet. The “ rst step is in realizing that though you have a body, you are not your body. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) „ There really are angels around. You should know. You've been one on plenty of occasions. So when it's your turn to accept angelic assistance, do not be too proud to take it. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) „ The thing that caused you to doubt your own capabilities was nothing more than an uncontrollable bit of life. So, you're not all-powerful. But you're certainly more than capable under most circumstances. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) „ Though the truth may set you free, it is not likely to also make you popular. Think twice before revealing your honest opinion, particularly on the subject of what friends are up to.HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY MATHISTrivia FunŽ with Wilson Casey, Guinness World Record Holder from Woodruff, S.C., is published in more than 500 newspapers across the country. Comments, questions or suggestions? WC@TriviaGuy.com 1. Is the book of Abaddon in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. From Matthew 12, when an evil spirit returns to a person, how many companions does it bring? 2, 3, 7, 16 3. In which books 22:18 does it state, Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.Ž? Exodus, Numbers, Isaiah, Hebrews 4. The mark of the beast number (666) is found in what chapter of Revelation? 1, 7, 11, 13 5. From 1 Samuel 16, what king of Israel was tormented by an evil spirit? Solomon, David, Elah, Saul 6. Who called the city of Nineveh the mistress of witchcraft? Ahab, Nahum, Lucifer, Peter ANSWERS: 1. Neither, 2. 7, 3. Exodus, 4. 13:18, 5. Saul, 6. NahTRIVIA FUN W i l s o n C a s e y Wilson Casey

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** The News Herald | Sunday, October 28, 2018 D1 VIEWPOINTSConsumers finally got a break on their prescription drugs. Pharmacists had been living under a gag order „ they werent allowed to tell consumers when paying cash would be cheaper than the copayment for a prescription drug on insurance. And this is no rarity. Nearly 60 percent of consumers and 90 percent of senior citizens take prescription drugs. In 2016 alone, these Americans overpaid on prescriptions by a whopping $350 billion, according to The Hill. And a survey by the University of Southern California reported that nearly 25 percent of prescriptions involved a copayment larger than the drugs average sale price. Thats a lot of money being wasted by average folks „ but its also a lot of profit being pocketed by the companies benefiting from this rigged system. Thats why the new law allowing pharmacists to tell consumers how they can save money is a great development. The Patient Right to Know Drug Prices Act had bipartisan support; its cosponsors were Sens. Susan Collins (a Maine Republican) and Debbie Stabenow (a Democrat from Michigan). The act follows steps that President Donald Trumps administration already had been taking to reduce prescription costs; the administration pushed for provisions that, as part of Medicare Part D prescription drug plans, require pharmacists to disclose the price of the prescription drug. But MedicarePart D has some challenges: € Prices may not reflect manufacturers discounts and rebates. € Consumers may not have access to specialty pharmacies with lower prices. € Some plans require coinsurance, which can hike prices by 50 percent. Ethical issues Some relationships between pharmaceutical companies and physicians skirt ethical lines, and patients have a right to be suspicious about these links. Some physicians receive large speaking fees, honoraria and gifts from medical companies. And studies have shown these ties can influence the decisions made by physicians, which is pretty troubling. Physicians must take the ethical step of fully disclosing their ties. Its the right thing to do given the high stakes of their work. Obamacare After lots of bad news on premiums in the Affordable Care Act, there is good news. Average premiums for the most popular plans should fall by 1.5 percent next year, according to the Trump administration. But heres the bad news: this year premium prices rose by 37 percent. In Florida, Obamacare premiums are expected to rise by 5.2 percent next year after increasing by up to 45 percent this year, reported the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. Obamacare has become a political football, yet the fact remains that Florida has more consumers on the Obamacare exchanges „ 1.7 million „ than any other state. Republicans and Democrats need to get together and repair the flaws of Obamacare. A version of this editorial first appeared in The Times-Union, a News Herald sister paper with GateHouse Media.Consumers nally get a breakBy Tom PurcellLike millions of Americans, I often took my incredible freedoms for granted „ until I visited Saudi Arabia. For years, Ive done marketing communications work for technology companies. Four years ago, a client asked me if I was interested in joining her on a project in the kingdom. Heck, yeah,Ž I responded. How often does one get to visit the Middle East, all expenses paid? No sooner had our Saudi Arabian Airlines plane lifted off from Dulles International Airport in Virginia, however, than I got a quick taste of how limited my freedoms suddenly were: Alcohol is banned on Saudia flights, as it is throughout Saudi Arabia. I dont enjoy flyings cramped unpleasantness. A few snorts of Irish hooch always calm my nerves. But I was out of luck. No problem,Ž I thought „ Ill watch American movies.Ž Id been bumped into first class and had my own monitor. But, I quickly noticed, every scene depicting a scantilyclad Hollywood starlet was cut or blurred. Since most of the movies were unwatchable, I had to pass the longest 14 hours of my life watching Cats & DogsŽ „ five times. Going through customs in the Jeddah airport, I became instantly selfconscious. My sport coat, slacks and large, pale IrishGerman-American noggin shouted American.Ž It was worse for my female colleague. She wore a headscarf so big„ we call them babushkasŽ in Pittsburgh„ she could have pitched it as a tent. At the time, Saudi Arabias notorious religious police wouldnt have allowed her„ or any other woman„ to drive. I jokingly whispered to her that if she didnt increase my hourly rate, Id tell the police she planned to drive from the airport. Most Saudis I met during our time there loved America and Americans. But I knew 15 of the 9/11 hijackers came from Saudi Arabia. I noted some Saudis I met loathed Americans „ and I immediately sensed my customs agent was among them. I sensed that if wed been in a free country, such as America, this guy„ knowing hed be presumed innocent until proven guilty, and likely to get just a slap on the wrist if found guilty„ would have tried to knock my teeth out. But in Saudi Arabia, there is no presumption of innocence. Consider the recent murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. He made the mistake of exercising free speech by writing columns critical of the kingdom. Consider Mujtabaa alSweikat. This young man was on his way to enroll in Western Michigan University in 2012 when he was detained at King Fahd International Airport. Alleged to have participated in a pro-democracy event, he was arrested, tortured and, as of 2017, sentenced to beheading. In any event, I spent most of my time in Saudi Arabia safe within the fortress walls of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, where the kingdoms strict laws are slightly relaxed„ and met many wonderful, brilliant people from all over the world. Nonetheless, my month in Saudi Arabia gave me a brief taste of life in an authoritarian country, where absolute power typically corrupts absolutely. When we landed back in Virginia „ after enduring Cats & DogsŽ five more times „ I kissed the ground, then went to the nearest pub to enjoy a badly-needed snort of my fully restored freedoms. Tom Purcell is an author and syndicated columnist for Cagle Cartoons Inc.After Saudi Visit, freedom just another word for home sweet homeBy Ron HartTeen Vogue showed the ignorance of a poorly educated and lazy generation by trashing capitalism in favor of socialism. The magazine told kids who act like they read Teen Vogue that capitalism has left the world in a "dystopian Mad Max nightmare in which resources have dwindled and rich plutocrats own everything." In this view we should strive for the much more desirable system of socialism. It went on to espouse the virtues of socialism over capitalism. That tone of lazy economic ignorance could foretell problems for our country. Years of the influence of Obama, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth "Fauxcahontas" Warren and the populist left media have left todays youngsters thinking socialism is a utopia of wonderful things for which no one has to pay. They think socialisms great offerings are free education, health care and housing. Yet they are not taught historys clear lesson: Socialisms three great failures always end up being breakfast, lunch and dinner. I hope this generation can reverse this mind-set. Statistics show the percentage of adults under age 30 who own a business is the lowest in 30 years. Today, only 4 percent own a stake in a private company, compared with 6.1 percent in 2010. Even more troubling, this number was 11 percent in 1989. The trend toward a lost generation of entrepreneurs has profound implications for the growth of our economy. We have raised kids averse to risk and hard work. More Americans want a government job or a disability check. When they think of "free markets," they think they are free because government pays for them„ and should. It was once a source of Puritan pride to own a business. Now many people prefer to collect food stamps, unemployment and disability benefits. Why is the younger generation not starting businesses? Obamas "you didnt build that" speech made palpable his disdain for business owners, and it presupposed government is responsible for everything good„ not the individual, the collective. Maybe this generation has been raised in bubble wrap. No bike riding (certainly not without a helmet and shin guards), no dodge ball in school, no playing outside in the neighborhood, no drinking from garden hoses and no talking to strangers. We give ribbons for ninth place, and everyone gets to play. Forty years ago, we rode dirt bikes and bumper cars, our popular rides of choice, at the county fair. Today, the most popular rides are those motorized shopping carts at Walmart. If we have something to fear, it is that we fear too much. Risk is good. Risk teaches lessons. Risk provides good things. Failure is necessary; its a byproduct of risk. What deserves ridicule is not trying. The massive student loan debt might also impede their risk taking. They are told capitalism is evil and that, somehow, "making a difference in the world" involves some lame government bureaucracy job. Ive got news for you, kids: Its hard to change the world when you are making $35,000 a year working in a cubicle at the IRS. Go start a business, provide a product or service that people willingly buy, employ lots of people and enhance their lives. Create other millionaires in your wake. Then start a huge foundation that, in retirement, you can use to really change the world. Ron Hart, a libertarian syndicated oped humorist, award-winning author and TV/radio commentator, can be reached at Ron@ RonaldHart.com, or visit www.RonaldHart.com. Read a longer version of this column at newsherald.com.A lost generation of entrepreneurs ANOTHER VIEW

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Please call 850-532-9798 Emerald Falls 8602 Thomas Dr. Cobra Adventure Park 9323 Front Bch Rd.Now Hiring Ride Attendants CashiersMultiple Positions Small Engine MechanicPick up applications at Emerald Falls or Cobra Adventure Park. Emerald Falls 8602 Thomas Dr. Cobra Adventure Park 9323 Front Bch Rd.Now HiringSMALL ENGINE MECHANIC FULL TIME AND PART TIME YEAR ROUND OR SEASONAL. PAID BENEFEITS AVAILABLE!Pick up applications at Emerald Falls or Cobra Adventure Park Have you been devastated by Hurricane Michael? Willing to relocate? Do you have construction experience? Located in Loudoun County Virginia. Mextroplex Retaining Walls has full-time, year round construction job openings. We will provide qualified candidates with temporary housing for you and your family to relocate. Competitive hourly wages and simple IRA plan. Metroplex has been in business for 29 years in the fastest growing county in Virginia. There is a huge boom in construction here. Loudoun County is a great location for families with some of the best public schools in the state. Don’t miss this opportunity to start over! Email us at info@metro plexwalls.c om or call us at 703-771-1991 today! LINCOLN TOWN CAR2007 Signature, Very Clean, Beige, 73K miles. $5800. CarFax, Private Owner, Cash only. 850-624-4900 2007 Toyota Sienna Van bluetooth, leather, automatic sliding doors, 8 passenger, one owner, extra clean. $5995 770-616-7399 1996 GMC Top Kick 7500 Dump Truck or Trash Dump. 27100 GVWR Excellent condition, dump operational. Hurricane Cleanup Truck, Florida Truck $7900 863-289-4191 2006 Forest River 30.5’ 5th Wheel 1 owner, Appliances, a/c, New roof coat, 2 slides. Elec, sewer connections & hitch included. 14 ply tires. Green Cove Springs $8500. 520-560-0347 Text/VM 2013 Palomino Sabre 5th Wheel, 34REQS-6, Mfg. by Forest River, Very low usage with nine trips and less than 3000 trip miles. 4 slide with slide toppers added. Hi Fidelity PKG, Superior Const. PKG, Flip Down Bike Rack, Front and Rear Elect Jacks, Two Air A/C Units, Elec Fireplace, Solid Surface Counters, Air Bed Sleeper, Lazy Boy Recliner, Mattress Upgrade, Central Vac., Ceiling Fan, Large storage area, Original purchase date 12/17/2013. Purchase price: $27500.00. Call 256-656-0370 New 2017 32’ Springdale Camper 2 door bunks in rear, queen in front, ready to go. Call 931-384-0428 1991 Winnebago 32’ runs good, clean, $10,500 850-867-3448 1999 Pace Arrow Motorhome 37’ Class A 2 pull outs, generator, has all appliances, 65,000 mi, new A/C and batteries, $29,900 Call 386-663-4419 2013 Lexington by Forest River 28’ Motor Home, sleeps 6, 17,800 miles, like new, kept under cover, $49,500 Call 662-444-1005 or 662-561-6080 Motorhome For Sale MCI 45’, 450HP, full electric, two bath, professional bus conversion. 20 KW gen set. Perfect for extended living/working, or travel. 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Weekly & Bi-Weekly services starting from $35-PCB 596-4383/258-5072 Alonzo Caudill Painting, pressure cleaning, and repairs. 30 yrs exp. 850-303-9669 Affordable & fast screen or cage repair. Call James at 239-672-3975to set up your free estimate. ROOF REPLACEMENTShingles/Tile/Metal State Certified Roofing Contractor 850-354-5395 or 850-354-5396 Free Estimates CCC1327534 We will deal with your insurance company directly if requested. !!Bob’s Home Repairs!!Roof, soffit, facia repair, drywall repair and painting, electric & plumbing. Free Estimates!850-257-6366Panama City Area All Home Repairs & RemodelingWood rot, roofs, repairs, drywall, painting, vinyl, windows, doors, fencing. Licensed & Insured Sam (850)348-0207 Alonzo Caudill Painting, Drywall, Yard Clean-Up, Carpenter Repairs & Pressure Cleaning Licensed & Insured. 850-303-9669 Baum Home Repairs Roofing, Soffit, Fascia, Gutters, Screen Repair, Painting & Plumbing Licensed & Insured Free Estimates 239-778-2104 Don’s Home RepairPainting, Tile, Windows, Doors, General Carpentry, Metal Roofs, Kitchen/Bath, Pressure Washing, Plumbing Demo/Junk. Insured. 850-630-9690 Have It Your Way *Disaster Clean-Up *Tear Outs *Sod *Epoxy floors *Rock/Flower Beds *Gutter/Roof Cleaning*Drainage systems *Lot Clearing *Haul-Offs *Weeding *Tree Trimming *Pressure Washing *Deck Renovations SAVE*SAVE*SAVE 850-303-8526 Design Construction & Aluminum LLC 850-371-9837 *Home construction *Aluminum Work *Hurricane Damage *Remodeling *Screen rooms *Demolition *Room additions *Pool enclosure *Debris/Tree removal *Kitchen & bath *Carport covers *Bobcat & loader work Lic# CBC1259559 Hurricane Restoration We are custom home builders from south Alabama who understand the devastation caused by hurricane Michael and want to help you rebuild your home. To schedule a quote please call Diversified General Contractors at (334)-493-0562 FL Lic# CGC1511214 Bill W. HashRemodeling & ConsultingMaster Craftsman33 yrs exp. Call 850-890-7569 NEW RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION New houses designed & built for you. Sit down with our design team to go over your new home. Floor plans, 3D designs for interiors, kitchens, bathrooms. We handle everything from permitting to closing. Call 850-354-5395 or 850-354-5396 State Certified Building & Roofing Contractor CBC 1250142 CCC 1327534 $10 Off New Clients One time cleanings welcome. Exp & thorough housekeeper. Excellent Loc Ref. Lic & Ins. Kim 850-625-9062 A CLASSIC TOUCHAn Honest Person To Clean Your Home, Office Or Condo, Lic/Ins, 18yrs exp, Free Est Call Lauri 850-774-3977 ABRACADABRA Cleaning Svcs, LLC Licensed, Bonded & Insured Condos, Rentals & Homes, Trustworthy & Efficient Call Phyllis at 731-540-5573. Duncan Concrete Exp. & Ins. Driveway & Patio Specialist 850-896-1574 Driveway SpecialistWHITE’S CONCRETELic. Ins.& 40 yrs.exp. 874-1515 or 896-6864 1st Choice Home RepairsQuality repairs to your home done right the first time. License, Insured, and Local. Call today 850-737-3001 or 850-737-3000. Need a helping hand? Advertise in the Help Wanted Section in the Classifieds! 747-5020 These tiny ads sell, hire, rent and inform for thousands of families each week.Let a little Classified ad do a big job for you. The News Herald Classified 747-5020

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