The wreckage found at the bottom of the ocean on the 31st of October has been confirmed to be the ill-fated El Faro cargo ship, that sank on October 1st having succumbed to the strong winds of the Hurricane Joaquin, the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said in an update.A search team on board the USNS Apache found the wreckage at a depth of about 15,000 feet in the vicinity of the ship’s last known position.Snar equipment towed from Apache first detected what were believed to be images of the vessel using Orion, a side-scanning sonar system, at about 1:36 pm ET on October 31 during the fifth of 13 planned search line surveys. To confirm the finding, specialists on Apache used CURV 21, a deep ocean remotely operated vehicle, to survey and confirm the identity of the wreckage.The target identified by Orion appears to be in an upright position and in one piece, based on the findings.The NTSB will now proceed with the documentation of the vessel and the debris field and attempt to locate and recover the voyage data recorder. Those operations are expected to take up to 15 days to complete in ideal conditions but could take longer depending on weather and conditions encountered during the documentation process.Survey of the area and vessel continues, NTSB said.The El Faro, a 735-foot ro-ro cargo ship owned by TOTE Maritime, carrying 33 crew members onboard was en route to San Juan, Puerto Rico, from Jacksonville, Florida when it went missing.The crew consisted of 28 U.S. citizens and five Polish nationals.World Maritime News Staff
Share on other sites Share this post Forums Home Share this post Share on other sites Share this post 0 0 Question about Canuck’s alt By rebelx, October 8, 2006 in Sports Logo News Coast2CoastAM2006 All Activity nothing in the NHL is permanent… everything, at this point, is “for one season”this is the final season before uniform armageddon.uniformageddon? It seems to be a permanent change. Which is good, as their old third was pretty lame. Lee. Location:New Jersey 0 Link to post Link to post Member of the Right Brigade I noticed the Canucks are not using the third jersey that they’ve worn in the past few years this season, instead opting for a retro one with their original design. Is this just something they’re doing for this season, or rather a permanent change? 1,489 posts Location:Right behind you Sign in to follow this 394 zer0dotcom Share on other sites 2,826 posts 187 So long, and thanks for all the fish Posted October 9, 2006 7 8,621 posts 8 Members 0 Share this post Location:LA Area, CA Share on other sites Members 0 Posted October 9, 2006 79 7 BBM Share on other sites Link to post 1,259 Share this post 0 SportsLogos.Net Link to post Share on other sites Share on other sites All Activity I’m thinking it’s going to be more permanent that a single season. The retros are over like no-ones buisness in some areas, it’s really crazy. I’ll admit to liking the gradient alts when they first came out, but i haven’t seen them as popular since the retro program started capn89 Go To Topic Listing The gradient 3rd is indeed gone. The retro one is their only alt. Members Sports Logo News Forums Home 419 Members 0 Share this post Posted October 8, 2006 Posted October 8, 2006 Members 273 Members Coast2CoastAM2006 I noticed the Canucks are not using the third jersey that they’ve worn in the past few years this season, instead opting for a retro one with their original design. Is this just something they’re doing for this season, or rather a permanent change? I think it’s supposed to be permanent. It’s probably a good thing. I never really liked their third jersey. The retro ones aren’t that bad, in fact they’re kind of nice, in a retro sort of way. A lot better than either of their current home and away, actually. zer0dotcom 1,259 6,476 posts Location:Manitoba Share on other sites 0 Share this post 0 1,686 posts 0 ElwoodCuse swilson160 Members Share this post Share on other sites 14 Posted October 8, 2006 8 96 Favourite Logos:Edmonton Oilers (1980s)Manitoba Moose (2005-2011)Winnipeg Jets (1979-90 and 1990-1996)Winnipeg Blue BombersWinnipeg GoldeyesWinnipeg Thunder (1990s)Winnipeg Jets (2011-present) Share this post SportsLogos.Net 1,259 Sign in to follow this I Am A Flaming Douche Bag ColeJ Location:Canada’s Vacation Paradise Posted October 8, 2006 0 Posted October 8, 2006 0 Share on other sites Posted October 8, 2006 273 79 Members ElwoodCuse Location:Long Island, NY This topic is now closed to further replies. 394 Members 8 Link to post rebelx 1,433 posts Stampman Favourite Logos:Islanders Fisherman Boo! Stampman 0 Link to post I heard that after this season all teams are dropping there 3rd jerseys and Reebok is doing a complete makeover and making teams have a home and away alternates for the 2008-09 seasons. 7 Sports Logo News nothing in the NHL is permanent… everything, at this point, is “for one season”this is the final season before uniform armageddon. 23,667 posts 1,717 posts Link to post 187 2,557 posts Location:Somewhere in between time and space 273 0 Location:Waxahachie, Texas Members Posted October 9, 2006 Sports Logos 419 Question about Canuck’s alt Posted October 9, 2006 394 187 419 0 13,322 posts capn89 Link to post Members Share this post That would be a disaster if the remade uniforms for 2007/08 would look really bad if so.. then the NHL would need to tell Reebok to stick to making normal uniforms for supplying so… who knows? NorthStar74 Link to post 14 Link to post 79 BBM Lee. 96 389 posts swilson160 Share this post Posted October 8, 2006 if these things come out, i won’t spend a dime on a new jersey. as for the canucks alt, i wouldn’t mind an alternate based on there old retros. like alot of people of conceptualized around here. Link to post Share on other sites Recommended Posts 96 Posted October 9, 2006 Sports Logos Share this post rebelx Share on other sites nothing in the NHL is permanent… everything, at this point, is “for one season”this is the final season before uniform armageddon.uniformageddon?I like that–uniformageddon–I think we should use that…I love the Canucks throwbacks–I did when they were their primary unis–and I still do… NorthStar74 Piping Free 0 14 Followers 0 I Am A Flaming Douche Bag 0 Members Not affiliated with sportslogos.net Followers 0 ColeJ 0 Link to post CCSLC award winner The gradient 3rd is indeed gone. The retro one is their only alt.Thank Christ. 10,482 posts Question about Canuck’s alt
Ghanaian international Samuel Inkoom who plays his club football for FC Basel in Switzerland has declared that his injury was not serious as it was reported by some local newspapers.According to him, he sustained a minor cut on his left leg during a league match with Bellinzona over the weekend where they won 4-0 but as of now he is feeling better and has even been cleared to play in the finals of the Swiss cup against FC Lucerne on Sunday at the St Jacobs Park in Basel.Inkoom was speaking in an interview on Asempa FM’s “fire for fire” sports programme on Friday.Samuel Inkoom has made it to the 30-man provisional squad that was provided by Coach Milovan Rajevac.Story: Benedict Owusu, Asempa Fm
Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (29) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +16 Vote up Vote down Citizen J · 11 weeks ago We can’t rename Wellington, but I get your drift. A “personality change” from the past ten years will be a good start. 1) In order to be held in high esteem, one must do esteemable things. 2) Fiscal prudence and integrity are everything. Err on the side of fiscal caution; a pickle cannot be turned back into a cucumber. Report Reply 0 replies · active 11 weeks ago +17 Vote up Vote down mel hamburg · 11 weeks ago I haven’t always agreed with you James but on this topic I do. There is also an old saying that if you want something get off your butt and earn it. Report Reply 0 replies · active 11 weeks ago +18 Vote up Vote down WichitaResident · 11 weeks ago Nothing changes if nothing changes. This was a good read and I hope Wellington speaks up!! Report Reply 0 replies · active 11 weeks ago +10 Vote up Vote down WFD Scanner · 11 weeks ago Everything happens for a reason. Change is not always a bad thing. I’ve been saying on along there is too much negativity, which shines a bad light on Wellington. Its time to change and make the town a better place to live, work and play. It takes little changes to yield into big ones. Report Reply 0 replies · active 11 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down Dave · 11 weeks ago They say, If you don’t like what you are getting, quit doing what you are doing. Report Reply 0 replies · active 11 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down Just Asking · 11 weeks ago James-I will play along with your comments if you’ll explain just which “narratives” Wellington needs to change? How do we change the narrative of higher sales tax than surrounding communities? How do we change the narrative about failed hospital? Since stating “You can talk about the good old days all you want, but they are not coming back, and they may not have really been all that good.” I was wondering how you would know since you grew up in Tennessee rather than Wellington? People constantly state this passage, but how do you know what Wellington was like in “the good old days” and whether they may not have been good? Sometimes I think your’re the “Clone of Cueball” which such statements, but then again I’m just asking exactly what narratives you believe should be changed. Wellington use to be a vibrant farming community, it lost it ways long ago in 1970s from my viewpoint. All it takes is dwelling somewhere else and returning to your home town to notice what is right and wrong in many ways. Report Reply 4 replies · active 11 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down Zach · 11 weeks ago It seems that as local businesses sold the blue collar jobs to corporations who in turn downsized those employees that gave way to state or govt. funded families. As well as the family farms disappearing. Report Reply 0 replies · active 11 weeks ago +10 Vote up Vote down John · 11 weeks ago If we define “good ol days ” as downtown being full of business, kids crusin main street, A&W resteraunt being opened and busy on north end of town , Drive in theater where new highschool is. Then I would say that up to the 80’s were the good ol days for Wellington. Report Reply 0 replies · active 11 weeks ago +8 Vote up Vote down Peace and love · 11 weeks ago A change in attitude from negative to positive would be a healthy start and doesn’t cost a dime! Report Reply 0 replies · active 11 weeks ago +11 Vote up Vote down Uggh · 11 weeks ago It’s the citizens of Wellington that have let this town go to hell. Don’t look to local leaders because they don’t live in that part of town. I left in the mid nineties and moved back eleven years ago. It’s gone down hill since I’ve been back. My class mates don’t live here and look down on those of us who stayed or moved back. I have wonderful peers who I wish lived here still but are mostly embarrassed by even being from this town. I do not blame them. Meth and lazy young adults Who leech off the system are destroying this community and have been for quite a long time. Low income housing public transportation and alcoholism are at the peek of the major issues. Why dare I say public transport is a bad thing? Lazy unmotivated adults do t want to walk 15 minutes. Lazy and addicted! If the meth heads left and former drug heads left this town would improve. Tigers don’t change their stripes folks so wake up. It’s the citizens ! Report Reply 0 replies · active 11 weeks ago 12Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results. For years, I have heard doom and gloom about Wellington, and as the saying goes, nothing much has changed. The complaints have not changed much either.James JordanIf you want change to happen you have to do something different. You can talk about the good old days all you want, but they are not coming back, and they may not have really been all that good. You can also gripe and moan about problems, but that has never solved anything either.Wellington is not unique in its struggles. There are a lot of small towns in rural America with the same issues – health care, housing, employment – and they are usually the big issues. Wellington is not the most vibrant small rural town I have seen, but it is also far from the worst.The city is working on a strategic plan and is seeking public input. One of the goals of the plan is to “change the narrative” about the city. You can access the survey and get more on the strategic plan here.The narrative is currently that Wellington is a dying small town. There is some truth to that idea, and it is true for a lot of small towns in rural America. There are some exceptions however, and those exceptions happen because of the narrative changes.At a recent city meeting a study by Wichita State was presented. What it said was pretty clear, and not surprising. There is not enough quality affordable housing in town to attract industry which could make the town grow, or at least stop the downward trend overall. Developers or builders are not attracted to the town when the suburbs of Wichita are growing and more profitable.It is a downward spiral, and now there is a study to prove it. The question is now what do we do about it. I think changing the narrative would be a good start.The city is in a bad spot in some ways. It is “too close” to Wichita. Businesses, and developers, would rather go there and to the suburbs than to Wellington. It is hard to compete with that. Yet Wellington also has some positives. Being close to Wichita is also a positive, and could be a way to get people to move here. It is close enough to the Interstate to make that also a plus.But what if we did change the narrative.I have traveled a lot in rural America. Texas to Tennessee, and Montana to the gulf coast. I avoid Interstates as much as possible and go through a lot of small towns. You can tell a lot about a town pretty quickly. It is easy to see if there is any community pride – and if there the town might be worth a stop.Sometimes the first appearance isn’t accurate but very often it is.I can give one real example of a town that changed its narrative. They even changed their name from Jonesboro to Jonesborough.This is a small town in Tennessee near where I grew up. The big four-lane highway passed about a quarter of a mile away and Jonesboro was forgotten. It was the county seat, but the bigger town a few miles away was on the freeway and kept growing.When I was a teenager it was a place I ignored just like everyone else did.But somewhere along the line someone decided to change the narrative. The town had an interesting history and several houses built before 1800. It was the first town west of the Appalachian Mountains. It was the capital of the state of Franklin, a short-lived attempt at seceding from North Carolina and starting a new state. The rebellion lasted only a few months, but it is still an interesting history. Davey Crocket was born nearby, and President Andrew Jackson was born there.It is on a hillside and has a very picturesque main street with a very old courthouse. Merchants all decorate for each season in a coordinated effort.In the 70s and even 80s it was a dying town and did not have a hotel or even a real restaurant. Today, you have to reserve a bed and breakfast room months in advance and it will cost you at least $200 per night. There are several really good restaurants now, along with antique shops and a lot more.Jonesboro had a lot of obstacles, but it changed the narrative and became the historic town of Jonesborough. It wasn’t that they just changed how they talked about the town. The way they talked about it did change their actions and that made the difference.What do you think could happen if the narrative changed in Wellington?Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.