Google+ Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Top Donegal baby names revealed It’s been revealed that ‘Amelia’ and ‘James’ were the most popular baby names in the border region last year.According to the latest data just released from the Central Statistics Office, ‘James’ was also ranked most popular in 2016 with ‘Emily’ being the most popular baby girls name.The data also shows that ‘Conor’ and ‘Oisin’ were the much preferred boys names by Donegal mothers last year.While in 2016, ‘Charlie’ was the favourite boys name among mothers from the county.In terms of girls names, ‘Amelia’ and ‘Sophie’ came out on top last year among Donegal mothers while ‘Ava’ was the most popular in the county in 2016.Nationally, Jack reclaimed the top spot as the most popular baby boys name in 2017, a position it has held since 2007, with the exception of 2016, when James was the most popular choice.Jack was followed by James, Daniel, Conor and Sean as the first five most popular names for boys in 2017.The top names for newly arrived baby girls last year were Emily, Emma, Amelia, Grace and Sophie. Homepage BannerNews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Previous articleDonegal included in Met Eireann’s latest Yellow Weather WarningNext articleRory McIlroy feeling confident ahead of Masters News Highland Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme WhatsApp Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ By News Highland – February 28, 2018
Much like the rest of the Phish universe, Katy has had the Baker’s Dozen on the brain for the last few weeks. Just take a look at her Twitter feed from the past couple weekends: Sprinkled (jimmied?) in among tweets about White House staff turnover, her upcoming book about the bizarre 2016 election season, and tensions with North Korea, Katy posted several times about the ongoing MSG residency, including several tweets from 8/2/17’s “Holes” night and 8/5/17’s “Boston Cream” night, both of which she attended in person. Finally, after attending the penultimate show of the run, Tur joined the majority of the Phish fan base in couch-touring the Baker’s Dozen’s final show on Sunday night, during which the band raised their well-earned “13 Consecutive Shows” banner to the rafters of the World’s Most Famous Arena. Katy responded to the compilation tweet the way any true Phish nerd would: by pointing out that the user who made the video of all the references actually missed a few details of the Phish-ified broadcast package: During the broadcast, Katy made a litany of references to the Burlington-born foursome, even going as far as to use a “Divided Sky” text graphic as part of a segment. You can catch a compilation of last night’s various Katy Tur Phish references below, courtesy of Twitter user @Lynn Kestenbaum: NBC News correspondent Katy Tur wears several different hats within the network’s news infrastructure. In addition to serving as the anchor for MSNBC Live and reporting for Early Today, Today, NBC Nightly News, Meet The Press, and more, Tur serves as the network’s resident Phish fanatic, frequently working subtle references to the band’s music into her on-air news scripts.Watch Reporters Katy Tur And Jake Sherman Trade Low-Key Phish References On MSNBCLast night, as the host of a special Monday evening edition of Meet The Press Daily, Tur continued her incognito on-air Phish references with perhaps her most elaborate nod to the Vermont jam band yet, even giving fans a heads-up beforehand: We hope you enjoyed the Baker’s Dozen as much as we did, Katy! Time to get ready for some Dick’s![via Katy Tur on Twitter (@KatyTurNBC)]
A four-goal second period outburst helped the Selkirk College Saints to a 6-1 Saturday night win over the Eastern Washington University Eagles.The four-time defending British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) champion Saints hosted their regional rivals at the Castlegar & District Recreation Complex for their only contest of the weekend. The Saints were looking to stay within striking distance of first place in the league, while the Eagles were still searching for their first victory of the season. Rookie Saints forward Jack Mills started the scoring six minutes into the first period when he notched his sixth goal of the season. Despite out-shooting the Eagles 20-12 in the opening 20 minutes, the visitors managed to tie the score at ones with less than a minute left when Uriah Machuga beat Saints starter Austin Wells.Matt Martin gave Selkirk College the lead five minutes into the second period when he scored what would eventually be the game-winner. With just under four minutes left in the middle period, the Saints received goals from Dallas Calvin, Alex Milligan and Nathan Browne to make the score 5-1.Wade Johnson notched the lone goal of the third period as the Saints picked up their seventh win of the season and remained one point back of league leading Simon Fraser University.The Saints now travel west this coming weekend for two important games against Trinity Western University and Simon Fraser. With all three teams within a point of each other atop the standings, it will be a key moment in the first half of the season.The Saints return home to the Castlegar & District Recreation Complex on Friday, December 2 when they take on Trinity Western in the final game of the Fall Semester. The puck drops at 7:05 p.m.