Comments This is the 14th episode of the “On The Beat” podcast, but the first of basketball season. The Daily Orange beat writers will discuss relevant topics in Syracuse men’s basketball on the podcast all season.During the season, we’ll have one podcast during the week to preview the game and discuss other trends and story lines. A second podcast will come after each game as a postgame look at the Orange’s most recent result.This episode is a preview of the 2015 season and Syracuse’s season and home opener against Lehigh at 7 p.m. in the Carrier Dome on Friday night. It features beat writers Sam Blum, Matt Schneidman and Jesse Dougherty, and you can follow the @DOSports Twitter handle for continued coverage leading up to the game.If you have thoughts on the Lehigh game or the upcoming season, leave us a comment beneath the podcast. Thanks for listening.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on November 12, 2015 at 8:21 am Contact Sam: email@example.com | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+
After trainings in Međugorje, players of FC Željezničar returned to Sarajevo and today they’ll arrive in Rovinj where they will have the second part of their trainings.Manager of FC Željezničar Amar Osim is happy with the training of juniors, but he won’t be taking them to Rovinj, because they need to go to school. Osim also said that he is more satisfied with the junior team than with the first team.In Međugorje, FC Željezničar defeated FC Velež with 2:1, and it was defeated by GOŠK 2:1.Juniors of FC Željezničar showed will and the best was striker Armin Hodžić who scored two goals.Osim said that he is not certain whether Dejan Obućina will continue to play for FC Željezničar, but he’ll be taken to Rovinj to train.
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LOS ANGELES – Two men accused of illegally dumping waste in the Antelope Valley pleaded guilty 11 felony counts today, prosecutors said. Sherwin Pascal Smith, 43, who owned Smith and Thompson Pumping Co. and S & S Environmental and Processing, both based in Lancaster, pleaded guilty to charges including illegal disposal or storage of hazardous waste, forgery and grand theft, Deputy District Attorney Daniel Wright said. He is expected to be sentenced Jan. 15 by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Johnson to a year in county jail, five years of probation, and to pay an $81,000 fine, Wright said. A six-year state prison term will be suspended, which Smith will not have to serve if he complies with the terms of his probation. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Marvin Timothy Dunbar, who had worked for Smith as a driver, pleaded no contest to a grand theft charge that was reduced by the judge to a misdemeanor, according to the prosecutor. He was sentenced to three years probation and fined $2,025, Wright said. The two were charged in September 2005 in connection with the pick-up of hazardous and non-hazardous waste from legitimate companies that prosecutors alleged was illegally dumped in the Antelope Valley between November 2003 and January 2005. The prosecutor said forged documents showing the “legal” disposal of the waste were produced for payment – usually about 14 cents a gallon.