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Elizabeth Perkins & Kevin Nealon To Co-Star In NBC Pilot

Elizabeth Perkins & Kevin Nealon To Co-Star In NBC Pilot

Former Weeds co-stars Elizabeth Perkins 1 and Kevin Nealon 2 are reuniting on another comedy project, NBC 3 s untitled royal family comedy pilot (aka Dumb Prince) written by Charlie Grandy 4 and executive produced and directed by Amy Poehler 5 . The comedy is set in the country of Modaria, known for the manufacture of mopeds and tiny cars, where the Faber family has ruled for generations. Prince Karl, fka The Dumb Prince (Nico Evers-Swindell) returns home from a year s exile in America after having passed out at the coronation of his seemingly hapless father, King Adrian (Nealon).

Perkins will play his wife, Queen Tuesday. Also previously cast in the pilot are Tim Baltz as Prince Marco, the King and Queen s second son, and Jessie Ennis as Princess Jana, the youngest child of the royal family. Poehler, Dave Becky, and Brooke Posch executive produce with Grandy.

Perkins, who earned two Emmy nominations for her role on Weeds, will next be seen in the female Ghostbusters movie. Neelon was recently seen in Ghost Squad. Both are repped by Gersh and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.

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Yarmouth girls lose to Lake Region in agonizing, controversial finish …

Yarmouth girls lose to Lake Region in agonizing, controversial finish …

PORTLAND A valiant effort ended in disbelief and heartache Tuesday morning. Yarmouth s up-and-coming girls basketball team was hardly overwhelmed by the setting or the moment when it took on playoff pedigreed Lake Region in a Class B South quarterfinal at the Portland Exposition Building. The Clippers let everyone know they were in it to win it when junior Johanna Hattan opened the game with a 3-pointer and freshman Claire Brady added a pair of 3s for an early lead allowing Yarmouth to hold an 11-5 advantage after eight minutes.

Points weren t as easy to come by after that, but the Clippers still managed to lead, 17-13, at halftime. Lake Region went on top in the third period, but a basket from junior Alison Clark and a pair of free throws from Hattan put Yarmouth up by three, 26-23, heading for the fourth quarter. A quarter which would be defined by the unthinkable.

The Clippers got a 3 from junior Cory Langenbach with 3:50 to play to go up, 31-27, but they wouldn t score again. After Lake Region junior Melody Millett hit a jumper, the Lakers, after being the beneficiaries of the possession arrow on a held ball, drew even on two foul shots from sophomore Lauren Jakobs with 40 seconds to play. Yarmouth hoped to hold for the last shot and win it in regulation, but with 17 seconds remaining, the ball was tied up again and while the Clippers should have kept possession, the arrow wasn t changed at the scorer s table and Lake Region was given the ball.

By the time the error had been realized, the Lakers had inbounded the ball and brought it into the frontcourt and it was too late to make a change. As fate would have it, Lake Region sophomore Chandler True was fouled with 3.3 seconds to go and she made the second of two free throws to give her team the lead. Yarmouth would have a final chance, but a desperation heave from sophomore Jessica Kirk was too strong and the Clippers season of rebirth ended in soul-crushing fashion, 32-31.

Yarmouth finished 9-10, Lake Region improved to 15-4 and advanced to meet No.

2 Gray-New Gloucester (15-4) in the Class B South semifinals Thursday afternoon. As far as we came, as well as we played, to have that (arrow discrepancy) determine the game was devastating, said Yarmouth coach Chris Strong. This makes me hurt for the girls.

It s a lost opportunity. On the rise Yarmouth made great strides this winter, rising from anonymity to a .500 record, the program s best since the 2004-05 squad went 17-1 and went on to the Class B state finale. The Clippers earned the No.

6 seed and went right to the quarterfinals. Lake Region, a perennial contender, opened the season with a loss at Wells, then won eight in a row before falling at home to Gray-New Gloucester and Wells. The Lakers then went 6-1 down the stretch, losing only at Fryeburg Academy.

Lake Region took both regular season meetings, 39-29 at Yarmouth Dec.

8 and 42-36 Feb.

2 in Naples. Entering play Tuesday, the teams had met five previous times in the playoffs. The Clippers won the first three and the Lakers took the next two, with a 60-34 victory in the 2012 quarterfinals the most recent.

This time around, Yarmouth did everything but win and ultimately suffered one of the most painful losses in program history. Yarmouth got off to a promising start when after holding the ball for nearly a minute on its first possession, Clark set up Hattan for a 3-pointer. After Lake Region drew even on a 3 from True, neither team scored for nearly two minutes before Brady entered the game and immediately made her presence felt with a 3.

Lakers sophomore Lauren Jakobs scored on a putback, but Brady made another 3 for a 9-5 lead. We got off to a great start, Strong said. Claire hit those big 3s.

We just played in the zone. Seconds after Lake Region junior Kristen Huntress was whistled for her second foul, Hattan scored on a putback. Late in the first, Jakobs got her second foul and Yarmouth had all the momentum after eight minutes.

In the first quarter, Brady had six points and Hattan five, while the Clippers defense was tremendous, forcing six turnovers. In the second period, the Lakers tried to rally, but Yarmouth kept the lead. Millett got the scoring started with a free throw.

After True picked up her second foul, senior Spencer True sank a rainbow 3 to pull Lake Region within two, but Langenbach made a layup after a steal. After nearly five scoreless minutes, Clark made a layup. Spencer True countered with a driving bank shot, but inside the final minute, Langenbach made a bank shot for Yarmouth s final points of the half.

With 15.6 seconds to go, Lake Region freshman Brooke Harriman set up Millett for a layup and as time expired, Millett had a chance to make it even closer and give her team momentum, but her layup was just off the mark, sending the Clippers to the locker room with a 17-13 lead. Yarmouth was paced in the first half by six points from Brady, five from Hattan and four from Langenbach. The Clippers only turned the ball over five times and made 3 of 7 from 3-point range.

The Lakers were paced by Spencer True s five points, but were hindered by 5 of 21 shooting from the floor and nine turnovers. Lake Region finally gained the lead in the third quarter, but Yarmouth wrenched it right back. Just 10 seconds in, Jakobs made a layup while being fouled and added the free throw for the old-fashioned three-point play.

After Jakobs left with her third foul, Spencer True put the Lakers ahead by banking in a 3-pointer. Langenbach ended the surge and tied it with two free throws, but a floater from Huntress with 5:31 remaining in the frame gave Lake Region the lead again. Then, after sophomore Jessica Kirk broke the press, she fed Brady for another 3 from the corner to put Yarmouth on top, 22-21.

With 3:59 left in the third, Kirk got her fourth foul and the back and forth continued, as a driving layup from Chandler True was countered by a Clark bank shot. After Huntress missed two free throws, Hattan was fouled on an offensive rebound and made both free throws to give the Clippers a 26-23 lead heading for the fateful fourth. After being fouled on an offensive rebound, Jakobs pulled Lake Region within a point with two free throws.

Langenbach and Hattan worked a beautiful give-and-go for a Langenbach layup, but a Huntress jumper with 4:59 remaining pulled the Lakers back within a single point, 28-27. After Chandler True missed a 3 for the lead, Langenbach hit the biggest shot of her life to date, taking a pass from Hattan and calmly draining a 3 from up top to make it 31-27 with 3:50 to play. Yarmouth got possession back on a held ball, but turned it over.

After Jakobs kept possession for the Lakers, she set up Millett for a short jumper to make it a two-point game. After Brady missed at the other end, the ball went out of bounds to Lake Region and with 40.8 seconds remaining, after Chandler True missed a 3, but a held ball (remember this) allowed the Lakers to retain possession and Jakobs was fouled and made both free throws to tie it, 31-31. The Clippers got the ball past midcourt and after Lake Region gave its last foul, a timeout was called.

We set up an out-of-bounds play, Strong said. I felt so confident. We just wanted to get Alison the ball.

And then the unthinkable happened. Yarmouth inbounded the ball, but the Lakers forced a held ball situation with 17 seconds showing. The Clippers should have kept possession, but the arrow had never been changed and by the time Yarmouth s bench alerted the officials, Lake Region had inbounded and dribbled into the frontcourt.

And by then, it was took late to correct a fateful human error. The ref said that the ball had been inbounded and that they couldn t change it, Strong said. The Lakers kept the ball and the clock was set to 8.6 seconds.

The ball came to Chandler True and she drove to the hoop where she was fouled by Hattan with 3.3 seconds showing. Ratcheting up the drama as high as it could go, True missed the first attempt and Strong called timeout. True knocked down the second attempt for a 32-31 lead and Yarmouth needed a miracle.

The Clippers almost got one. Kirk took the inbounds pass and raced past midcourt. From about 30 feet out she had a good look just before the horn, but the shot was long, ricocheted off the glass and fell harmlessly to the floor and Lake Region some how, some way, escaped with the 32-31 victory.

There s nothing we can do about it, Strong said. We have to hold our heads high. This was the culmination of every practice, of all that sweat.

It was a tremendous team effort. At the beginning of the season, a Class A coach said to me, It s going to be a tough season, but my girls were determined. They have huge heart.

Lake Region got nine points (and a game-high 11 boards) from Jakobs, eight points from Spencer True, six from Chandler True, five from Millett and four from Huntress. The Lakers made just 11 of 47 shots, 3 of 15 3s and 7 of 11 free throws, but overcame 12 turnovers and survived and advanced. Lake Region lost at home, 45-42, to Gray-New Gloucester back on Jan.

12. Picking up the pieces Yarmouth was paced by Langenbach, who blossomed into an all-star caliber player and leader this season. Langenbach had 11 points and a pair of steals.

Brady made three 3-pointers for nine points, blocked four shots and grabbed three rebounds as she capped her freshman campaign in grand style. Hattan, also continued her growth as an invaluable captain, finishing with seven points, five rebounds, four assists and three blocks. Clark had four points and a team-high eight rebounds.

Kirk didn t score, but had six rebounds. Freshman Clementine Blaschke didn t score, but had three rebounds and a pair of steals. The Clippers made 11 of 40 shots from the floor, sank 5 of 14 3-pointers and were hindered by poor foul shooting (just 4 of 10).

Yarmouth only committed 11 turnovers. Each team finished with 26 rebounds. Yarmouth has returned to contention and will look to take the next step into the upper echelon of the Western Maine Conference and Class B South next winter.

The Clippers graduate senior role players Aizhan Gwynne and Sarah Kirk and will also have to part with Jessica Kirk (who is moving out of state) and Brady (who is transferring to another school). Clarsk, Hattan and Langenbach, along with fellow junior, Isabel Bates, who played key minutes Tuesday, will lead the way and Yarmouth hopes some key additions will fill holes. This group will be back in this setting and will advance even farther.

It s just a question if when, not if. We re going to lose two seniors and Claire and Jess, but we return experience with our tri-captains, Strong said. We re still fairly young.

I can t wait for next year. Sports Editor Michael Hoffer can be reached at [email protected] 1 . Follow him on Twitter: @foresports 2 .

Previous Yarmouth-Lake Region playoff results 2012 Western B quarterfinals Lake Region 60 Yarmouth 34 2006 Western B quarterfinals Lake Region 60 Yarmouth 34 2005 Western B Final Yarmouth 45 Lake Region 43 2004 Western B quarterfinal Yarmouth 52 Lake Region 40 2002 Western B quarterfinal Yarmouth 59 Lake Region 30 References ^ [email protected] (www.theforecaster.net) ^ @foresports (twitter.com)

11th February – Deaths & Events in Northern Ireland Troubles …

11th February – Deaths & Events in Northern Ireland Troubles …

Key Events & Deaths on this day in Northern Ireland Troubles 11 th February Monday 11 February 1974 Thomas Donaghy Margaret McErlean Two Catholic civilians were shot (one died immediately, one died on 18 February 1974) as they arrived for work in Glenville Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim. They were killed by the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF), a covername used by the Ulster Defence Association (UDA). Monday 11 February 1980 Joseph Rose Winston Howe Two Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) officers were killed in a land mine attack at Rosslea, County Fermanagh.

Sunday 11 February 1986 An off-duty RUC officer and a Catholic civilian were killed in an Irish Republican Army (IRA) gun attack on the Talk of the Town bar in Maguiresbridge, County Fermanagh. Tuesday 11 February 1992 John Major, then British Prime Minister, and Peter Brooke, then Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, held meetings with the leaders of the main political parties in Northern Ireland to discuss the security situation. Friday 11 February 1994 The Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF), a cover name (pseudonym) used by the Ulster Defence Association (UDA), carried out gun attacks on the homes of two Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) members.

In one attack the son of one SDLP member was shot and wounded. James Molyneaux, then leader of the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP), said that the Downing Street Declaration (DSD) had failed and that an internal settlement for Northern Ireland should now be sought by the British government. Tuesday 11 February 1997 Kevin McNamara, a former Labour Party Northern Ireland spokesperson, and Seamus Mallon, then deputy leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP), called for a new appeal for Danny McNamee who received a 25 year sentence in 1987 for Irish Republican Army (IRA) bomb making offences.

Roisin McAliskey An International Urgent Alert was issued by Amnesty International on the case of Rois n McAliskey who was six months pregnant and was imprisoned pending a decision about extradition to Germany. Thursday 11 February 1999 A new report on the death of Patrick Finucane, a Belfast solicitor who had represented a number of Republicans, claimed that there was collusion between Loyalist paramilitaries and British security forces in his death on 12 February 1989. More than 1,100 lawyers signed a petition calling for a independent judicial inquiry into the killing.

The appeal for the inquiry was also supported by Amnesty International. Friday 11 February 2000 Assembly and Executive Suspended Peter Mandelson, then Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, suspended the 72 day-old power-sharing Executive and restored Direct Rule of Northern Ireland from Westminster as of midnight. The move followed reports from the Independent International Commission on Decommissioning (IICD) that it had received no information from the IRA as to when decommissioning will start.

Sunday 11 February 2001 The Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) uncovered a bomb factory in a block of flats in a Loyalist area of north Belfast. A significant amount of explosives and component parts for making pipe-bombs were seized during raids of three flats in Ross House in the Mount Vernon area. Police later linked the find to the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF).

The home of a Catholic family was damaged in a pipe-bomb attack in north Belfast. The device was thrown at the back of the house shortly before 1.30am. A number of windows were smashed and a door was damaged.

The people inside the house, two men and a woman, escaped injury. The attack was carried out by Loyalist paramilitaries Monday 11 February 2002 There were disturbances in the Arthur Bridge area of the Whitewell Road, north Belfast, at approximately 7.00am (0700GMT). The trouble began following reports of fireworks being thrown from the Loyalist White City area towards the Nationalist Longlands estate.

Police arrested a man and a boy from the Longlands estate. There had been rioting in the same area on Saturday evening (9 February 2002) and Sunday evening (10 February 2002). A man (26) was shot in both ankles in a paramilitary punishment attack in Kilrea, County Derry. A gang of four men broke into the victim s house and beat him with iron bars before shooting him. The attack took place in front of the man s wife and two young daughters.

Solicitors representing most of the families of those killed on Bloody Sunday (30 January 1972) lodged an application in the High Court in Belfast to challenge the decision of the Inquiry to allow police witnesses to be screened when giving evidence. See Bloody Sunday 1 Geraldine Finucane the widow of Pat Finucane, a Belfast solicitor killed on 12 February 1989, criticised the British government for a delay in considering her appeal for an independent inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of her husband. In November 2001 John Reid, then Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, announced that an international judge would be appointed to decide if an independent public inquiry into her husband s death was necessary. However this decision was criticised as a delaying tactic by the government. John Reid, then Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, travelled to Washington, United States of America (USA), for meetings with members of the Bush administration.

During a media briefing he called on Sinn F in (SF) to take up its seats in the Northern Ireland Policing Board (NIPB): The whole community has to take its part and its responsibilities in supporting that police service and that includes Republicans. Remembering all innocent victims of the Troubles Today is the anniversary of the death of the following people killed as a results of the conflict in Northern Ireland To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die Thomas Campbell To the innocent on the list Your memory will live forever To the Paramilitaries There are many things worth living for, a few things worth dying for, but nothing worth killing for.

11 People lost their lives on the 11th February between 1974 1993 11 February 1974 Thomas Donaghy, (16) Catholic Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) Shot as he arrived at his workplace, Abbey Meat Packers, Glenville Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim.

11 February 1974 Margaret McErlean, (18) Catholic Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) Shot as she arrived at her workplace, Abbey Meat Packers, Glenville Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim. She died 18 February 1974.

11 February 1975 Christopher Mein, (25) Protestant Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Irish Republican Army (IRA) Relief milkman. Shot on his milk round, Galbally, Cappagh, County Tyrone. Regular milkman intended target.

11 February 1978 Mary Smyth, (71) Catholic Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) Killed in bomb attack on her home, Oldpark Avenue, Belfast.

11 February 1978 Michael Scott, (10) Catholic Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) Killed in bomb attack, while in relative s home, Oldpark Avenue, Belfast 11 February 1980 Joseph Rose, (21) Protestant Status: Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC), Killed by: Irish Republican Army (IRA) Killed in land mine attack on Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) mobile patrol, Lisnaskea Road, near Rosslea, County Fermanagh.

11 February 1980 Winston Howe, (35) Protestant Status: Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC), Killed by: Irish Republican Army (IRA) Killed in land mine attack on Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) mobile patrol, Lisnaskea Road, near Rosslea, County Fermanagh.

11 February 1986 Derek Breen, (29) Protestant Status: Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC), Killed by: Irish Republican Army (IRA) Off duty. Shot together with barman while in Talk of the Town Bar, Maguiresbridge, County Fermanagh.

11 February 1986 John McCabe, (25) Catholic Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Irish Republican Army (IRA) Barman. Shot together with off duty Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) member while at his workplace, Talk of the Town Bar, Maguiresbridge, County Fermanagh.

11 February 1987 Nigel Watton, (18) Protestant Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) Shot near his home, Ballybogey, near Ballymoney, County Antrim.

11 February 1993 Thomas Molloy, (32) Catholic Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) Shot at his home, Derrymagown Road, near Loughgall, County Armagh.

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Amy Poehler/Charlie Grandy NBC Comedy Pilot Casts Three …

Amy Poehler/Charlie Grandy NBC Comedy Pilot Casts Three …

Nico Evers-Swindell ( Grimm ) is set as the lead in NBC s untitled royal family comedy pilot (aka Dumb Prince) written by Charlie Grandy and executive produced and directed by Amy Poehler . Co-starring in the pilot, from Universal TV and Poehler s Paper Kate Prods. is Tim Baltz 4 ( Drunk History ), with Jessie Ennis 5 ( Veep ) also cast. 1 2 3 The comedy is set in the country of Modaria, known for the manufacture of mopeds and tiny cars, where the Faber family has ruled for generations.

Evers-Swindell will play Prince Karl (known as The Dumb Prince not affectionately) who returns home from a year s exile in America after having passed out at the coronation of his seemingly hapless father, King Adrian. Baltz will play Prince Marco, the second son of Modaria s ruling family, and Ennis will play Princess Jana, the youngest child of the royal family. Poeher, Dave Becky, and Brooke Posch executive produce with Grandy.

This is not Evers-Swindell s first royal leading role he also played Prince William in the 2011 Lifetime movie William & Kate . He is with Gersh and Authentic. Baltz, repped by ICM Partners, Jordan Tilzer at El Centro, and Lichter Grossman, is currently shooting Bazillion Dollar Properties for Seeso.

He will next be seen in Mascots, the Christopher Guest-directed feature for Netflix.

Ennis is repped by UTA and Underground.

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Riley County Arrests for Thursday, February 4

Riley County Arrests for Thursday, February 4

The following summary of calls for service/reports filed by the Riley County Police Department is a portion of those received by police. Some names, addresses, and case details are withheld to follow local, state, and federal law as well as in an attempt to protect community members from being victimized further. Those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Michael Terrance Calvert, 24, of Manhattan, was booked for probation violation and failure to appear. Bond was set at $1,130.77. Bonded.

Lucas Sloan Brown, 28, of Larned, KS, was booked for failure to appear. Bond was set at $5,000. Confined at the Riley County Jail.

Caitlen Anne Sells, 31, of the 6500 block of University Park Rd., was booked for probation violation. Bond was set at $1,500. Bonded.

Dustin Lynn Hoss, 34, of Topeka, KS, was booked for failure to appear. Bond was set at $750. Confined at the Riley County Jail.

Matthew Alan Taylor, 27, of the 600 block of Highland Ridge Dr., was booked for criminal damage to property. Bond was set at $1,000. Bonded.

Kelsey Maurice Wilson Jr,.

22, of the 2200 block of College Ave., was booked for probation violation. Bond was set at $1,500. Bonded.

Troy Danial Curry, 36, of the 1400 block of Leavenworth St., was booked for driving while suspended. Bond was set at $750. Bonded.

Kaleb Kenneth Koerperich, 20, of the 1900 block of Elaine Dr., was booked for DUI. Bond was set at $750. Confined at the Riley County Jail.

Erick Daniel Byers, 21, of Fort Riley, KS, was booked for DUI. Bond was set at $750. Bonded.

James Levi Cromer, 36, of Springfield, MO, was booked for DUI, refusal of a chemical test and driving while suspended. Bond was set at $11,000. Confined at the Riley County Jail.

Kaley Brooke Setser, 23, of the 1000 block of Kearney St., was booked for DUI.

Bond was set at $750.

Bonded.