Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko promise exciting battle in Sunday’s Super Clash [PHOTOS]

first_imgAccra Hearts of Oak host their fiercest rivals, Kumasi Asante Kotoko in the biggest game in the Ghana Premier League so far.The game, which will be played at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, sees the country’s most successful sides face off for the 105th time.As part of the build-up to the game, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) held a press conference for both sides in order to whip up some more excitement ahead of Sunday’s 3:00pm kick-off.Citi Sports’ Yaw Antwi Owusu was there on Thursday and captured the excitement through his lens.Here are a few of his shots. Source: Photos: Yaw Antwi Owusulast_img


Police Still in Search for Suspect Following Ella White Lockdown

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisIt’s been a rough and tense week for both parents and students at Ella White Elementary School, but we have an update.We have learned that the Alpena Police Department hasn’t been able to match the description given by a witness despite a detailed search.On March 1st Ella White was placed on lock-down after an armed suspect was spotted at the school. The Alpena Police Department wants the public to know that they are still working hard to continue their search while investigating this incident.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Michigan is 7th highest state for human traffickingNext Essential Items You Should Have Inside of Your Car During Winter Weatherlast_img read more


Group Departs to Help Flooding Victims in Indiana

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena —  A bus carrying 43 community members left Tuesday afternoon in route for Plymouth, Indiana to help victims of flooding.As part of the National Relief Network, the group will be putting in new drywall, removing debris, and helping restore new life to homes affected by the flooding. A group from Alpena has been helping respond to natural disasters for the past seven years, starting with Hurricane Katrina. What started as a youth mission trip has blossomed into a full community movement, allowing residents from 13 and above to participate. For first time attendee Connie Fluharty, she found the inspiration to go from one of her family members.“My sister did this [trip] twice when she was in high school” said Fluharty. “I remember the week after she came back and she was just very happy and thankful for the opportunity which I hope to have.”Back in February of 2018, the Yellow River, which flows through Plymouth, flooded causing heavy damages to communities that sit off the body of water. The cresting of the river hit a record of 17.65 ft. People have not been able to completely recover since the flooding.“I think I’m going to learn more about my community in helping other communities,” said Fluharty. “We’re going to be down there for an entire week so I may get some ideas of how to help my current community.” The crew will stay at Ancilla College just outside of town. Funds were provided by grants and donations from the community. They will also be joined by two other groups in Michigan to help the people of the Plymouth. They will come home on Saturday. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious What’s Trending for June 12Next New Falls Program Coming to Alpena Senior Centerlast_img read more