ELLSWORTH — A total of 112 runners competed in this year’s running of the Jerry Kaufman Memorial 5K on Saturday at the Down East Family YMCA.Jeremy Lisee of Bar Harbor was the race’s overall winner with a time of 17 minutes, 58 seconds. Rob Shea of Ellsworth claimed second place with a time of 18:06.Rounding out the top 10 were Peter Williams, Evan Merchant, Josh Torrance, top female finisher Cecilia Dube, Halley Facciolo, Adam Murphy, Dylan Towle and Michael Westphal. Below is a list of the race’s top-100 finishers.Jeremy Lisee, 17 minutes, 58 secondsRob Shea, 18:06Peter Williams, 19:09Evan Merchant, 19:18Joshua Torrance, 20:30Cecilia Dube, 20:42Halley Facciolo, 21:37Adam Murphy, 21:40Dylan Towle, 21:53Michael Westphal, 22:25Rowan Tate, 22:43Chris Uphouse, 22:45Toni Anderson, 22:56Jeffrey Gagne, 23:10Bailey Bishoff, 23:52Thomas Murphy, 23:56Chris Wentworth, 24:02Rick Maser, 24:04Laura Anderson, 24:23Marc Dupuy, 24:44Kris Garcia, 24:51Christopher Heel, 25:01Ashley Santerre, 25:08Jennifer Brodie, 25:34Veronica Chumbe, 25:45Amanda Young, 25:58Seth Poplaski, 26:04Susanna Fay, 26:15Scott Fernald, 26:15Michele Gagnon, 26:19Christa Brey, 26:25Steve Strout, 26:29Lisa Kearns, 26:47Matthew Carney, 26:48Karen Bruck, 27:32Mike Coffey, 27:41Kassandra Strout, 28:16Tom Kirby, 28:17Patricia Lanigan, 28:25Tamera Murphy, 28:36Chris Lanigan, 28:42Benjamin Tate, 28:44Nancy Patterson, 28:49Elizabeth Williams, 28:50Pamela Beam, 29:18Stephen Fay, 29:19Kathleen McCall, 29:48Katherine Dow, 30:24Emily Carney, 31:06Heidi Tupper, 31:07Morgan Clement, 31:20Robert Garmot, 31:47Adam Bohlen, 31:59Jeff Dalrymple, 32:08Jessica McVay, 32:26Judy Blake, 32:53Debbie Ambro, 32:55Marion Foehill, 33:19Kathy Andrews, 34:14Robin Emery, 34:47Kait Kochapski, 34:49Abby Andrews, 34:49Keagan White, 35:50Avalon Tate, 34:55Wes Tate, 34:55Jack Keeney, 35:53Irene Dyer, 36:21Melissa Tapley, 36:21Amy Chandler, 39:38Bode Phillips, 40:16Lensa Woodward, 40:59Erica Rackliff, 41:12Dustin Morse, 41:56Gavin Gammill, 41:57Cheryl Murphy, 42:17Angela Rackliff, 42:33Eliza Murphy, 42:44Mary Alice Bruce, 43:40Andi Miner, 43:41Bill Hansen, 44:09Stacey Clement, 45:01Asher Phillips, 45:21Amy Phillips, 45:21Carol Ann Lisee, 46:15Macy Neleski, 46:32Samantha Schneider, 46:46Gerald Cummings, 47:15Bobbie Foss, 47:20Brooks Engle, 47:48Karen Girard, 47:54Tammy Holt, 48:03Kathy Smith, 50:11Lisa Albee, 50:12Kathy Killian, 50:58Maya Kaufman, 52:49Abby Kaufman, 52:50John Kaufman, 52:50Ruth Saxl, 53:48Mary-Anne Saxl, 53:50Eunice Anna Toliong, 53:55This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
Losing to the Rockets would be a crushing blow for the Warriors, but what if they also wound up losing Klay Thompson?ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Monday there’s a chance the Warriors’ five-time All-Star could leave in free agency and potentially sign with the Los Angeles Clippers. Thompson, who is from Southern California, has repeatedly said he wants to finish his career with the Warriors. And, should the Warriors offer Thompson a max deal as they’ve indicated in the past they would, …
zoom UAE-based Tomini Shipping, the shipping subsidiary of Tomini Group, has ordered three 82,000 dwt Kamsarmaxes from the Chinese shipbuilder Taizhou Kouan Shipbuilding.The vessels are scheduled for delivery in the second half of 2019 onwards and follow the company’s order from June for three newbuilding bulk carriers placed with China’s CIC (Jiangsu) shipyard.The 64,000 dwt Ultramaxes ordered at CIC are set for delivery in the first quarter of 2019.This company said that the latest deal underlines its comprehensive fleet renewal strategy.“We decided to move into the Kamsarmax dry bulk sector and take advantage of the historically low asset price levels; we believe that this sector is on its way to a sustainable recovery by 2019/2020,” said Imtiaz Shaikh, Chairman of Tomini Group.The order will take Tomini’s fleet to over 18 vessels.The Chinese shipyard Taizhou Kouan has secured an order for up to two more 82,000 dwt newbuildings from Ukrainian Aquavita International. As informed by Clarksons, one firm order plus option for one more have been agreed. The ship is slated for delivery in 2020.The financial details of the two orders have not been disclosed.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is leaning ever more towards declaring a national emergency at the southern U.S. border, and insists the new trade pact with Canada and Mexico will more than cover the cost of his long-promised wall project.But he’s also expressing concern that Congress will put up barriers of its own to block the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, the hard-won replacement for NAFTA.Trump, who is visiting a Texas border town as a federal-government shutdown over the controversy stretches into its 20th day, is also denying that he ever claimed Mexico would cut a cheque to cover the cost.The president repeatedly insisted during his 2016 campaign that he would make Mexico pay for the wall, which he defends as the only way to stanch the flow of illegal migration.Veteran Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, which has jurisdiction over trade issues, is urging Trump to make good on his oft-repeated threats to pull out of NAFTA if the new Democrat majority in the House of Representatives insists on reopening the deal.A number of Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, have expressed misgivings about a lack of enforcement for USMCA’s labour and environmental provisions, but it remains unclear whether those issues are serious enough to scuttle the deal.The Canadian Press