‘RHOSLC’ Star ’Shocked’ Costar Is Married to Her Step-Grandfather

first_img“I think everyone in Utah wants to be on the show,” Barlow tells Us. “I think some people might start coming back to church again when they figure out they can be Mormon 2.0.”The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City premieres on Bravo on Wednesday, November 11, at 10 p.m. ET. – Advertisement – Scandals in Salt Lake City! The wait is almost over for the premiere of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, and it promises to bring the drama and some shocking story lines.One of those story lines surrounds Mary Cosby, who is married to her grandmother’s second husband, Robert Cosby Sr.- Advertisement – “When you think about Mormonism, there’s like a laundry list of things don’t ever do, which basically makes you perfect and I am far from that, but so we just found Mormon religion in general is a choice,” the reality star explains. “But for me, I’m like, you know what, I’m still an individual. I’m not like everybody else. So why would we all check off the same boxes? So I’m just doing Mormonism my way.”The Bravo star said the Salt Lake City Mormon community “loves” that the Housewives franchise has taken over their city.- Advertisement – “I would not be human if I weren’t surprised by it. I was definitely taken aback. Like, ‘Wait, what?’ I was shocked,” RHOSLC star Lisa Barlow tells Us Weekly exclusively on the Friday, November 6, episode of the “Getting Real with the Housewives” podcast. “I don’t know Mary’s story. I’ve never walked in Mary’s shoes. Mary does have fabulous shoes.”She adds, “I think that’s Mary’s story to tell. I mean, religion, culture, it plays a lot into our choices and I think it plays a lot into Mary’s, and I think she’s the only person that can tell her story.”Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Lisa Barlow Shocked Mary Cosby Is Married to Her Step-GrandfatherLisa Barlow and Mary Cosby Chad Kirkland/Bravo (2)Barlow, 45, who is an owner of a marketing company and various tequila brands, considers herself “‘Mormon 2.0,” in that she “doesn’t check off all the boxes.”- Advertisement –last_img read more

Area Basketball Scores (1-10)

first_imgArea Basketball ScoresThursday  (1-10)Boys ScoresGreensburg  60    Batesville  55Girls ScoresOldenburg  44     South Decatur  42South Ripley  56     Rising Sun  22Milan  50     Shawe Memorial  10Greensburg  59     Columbus East  56  (OT)North Decatur  50     SW-Shelby  30Waldron  63     South Decatur  38Brownstown Central  60     Hauser  24SW-Hanover  48     Switz. County  44last_img

Irvine asks fans for patience

first_img “It’s up to them how they want to react or behave when they come to the games.” Albion may be without full-back Sebastien Pocognoli (dead leg) and midfielder James Morrison (illness) for the Hammers’ visit. West Ham head to tackle the Baggies on the back of a scrappy 1-0 win over in-form Newcastle at Upton Park on Saturday. Allardyce believes the Irons are heading into a period which will define their campaign. “We have a massive few weeks and months ahead of us and it will be a big test,” he said. “This week we have had nine points on offer – we have got three of them already, so it is a huge week for us.” Allardyce added: “West Brom have only won one home (league) game this season, so their fans are starved of victory at the moment and we have got to pray on what might be a little lack of confidence. “If we can keep the ball and move it around like we did on Saturday, then we might be able to make the West Brom fans a little nervous.” The head coach admits such a reaction is unpleasant but rejects any suggestions his tactics are too negative. “It hurts,” he said. “I’d be telling lies if I said it didn’t hurt. It stings. “I made a decision which I thought might give us a chance to get back into the game and it nearly worked, because we were more dangerous in that last period of the game. “It could have worked and people would have felt differently about it then.” Irvine, whose side face West Ham at The Hawthorns on Tuesday, added: “The fans are our supporters – and that’s exactly what we’re hoping they’ll do. We’re hoping they’ll be there to support us. “Obviously I know it works both ways and we’ve got to give them things to cheer about. Hopefully in the good times we can do that, but in the difficult times we could do with our fans being exactly that – supporters. People there to try to help us. “We want the same thing: to win games. And we have a better chance of winning games if we’re all together, the fans, the players and the whole club. “I can’t tell them that they have to be patient. I can say I would like them to be patient and bear with us but I can’t demand or insist that they are. Albion are enduring a sticky patch which has seen them lose three in succession while going over 300 minutes without a Barclays Premier League goal. Fans voiced their frustration during Saturday’s 1-0 loss at home to Arsenal, with Irvine’s decision to send on Georgios Samaras in place of Stephane Sessegnon particularly irking them. West Brom boss Alan Irvine has asked the Baggies boo-boys to be supporters rather than just fans, admitting their criticism of him “hurts” and “stings”. Press Associationlast_img read more

The Latest: Turkish club Trabzonspor training as a team

first_img Associated Press ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has complained about being “harassed” and says his family has been “torn apart” after admitting to breaking social-distancing rules again during the coronavirus pandemic.British newspaper The Sun reports that Walker breached regulations three times in a 24-hour period this week by visiting family members and going on a cycle ride with a friend.The England international apologized last month for hosting a party at his home during the lockdown.Walker posted a long statement on Twitter saying he feels he is being followed constantly while also raising mental health concerns.Walker writes “this is no longer solely affecting me but affecting the health of my family and my young children too.” May 8, 2020 ___Soccer teams will be allowed to use two extra substitutes per match to protect players during a backlog of games caused by the coronavirus pandemic.The International Football Association Board says competition organizers can now approve teams making five changes with a sixth in extra time.IFAB says the temporary rule is available to “competitions which have either started or are intended to start, but are scheduled to be completed by Dec. 31.”Leagues which typically end in May face a congested program into July and August to complete their season. A further IFAB decision is needed to extend the rule into next season’s competitions and national team games in 2021.___Rafael Nadal says Novak Djokovic will need to be vaccinated to keep playing if tennis bodies make coronavirus shots obligatory once they become available.Nadal tells Spanish newspaper La Voz de Galicia this week that Djokovic and all players will have to follow the rules when tennis eventually returns to action.Nadal says no one can be forced to take the vaccine and everyone should be free to make their choices but all players will have to comply if tennis officials require “vaccination to travel” and to “protect” everyone on the tour. The Turkish club is based in the Black Sea coastal city of Trabzon. The team’s players had previously been training in groups of three in line with social distancing guidelines.Turkey’s health ministry has said it was not involved in the decision to restart games and added that the federation would be responsible for any consequences.Istanbul club Fenerbahce said Thursday that it “understands” the federation’s decision but raised questions about the fate of the season if a team needs to be quarantined and the legal implications if a player were to sustain lasting damage after becoming infected.___Spanish soccer teams have resumed individual training after nearly two months of confinement because of the coronavirus pandemic.center_img The Latest: Turkish club Trabzonspor training as a team Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Turkish soccer team Trabzonspor says its players have started to train as a team following the federation’s decision to resume league games on June 12. Djokovic recently said he was against taking a vaccine for the coronavirus even if it became mandatory to travel. He later said he was open to changing his mind.Nadal says “Djokovic will have to be vaccinated if he wants to keep playing tennis at the top level.”He says that “if the ATP or the International Tennis Federation obligates us to take the vaccine to play tennis then we will have to do it.”___Inter Milan players can resume training at the club’s Suning Center after everyone from the first team tested negative for the coronavirus. Inter had to delay the resumption of training earlier in the week because not everyone on the team had been tested for COVID-19.The club says all tests have now come back negative and that “optional individual training sessions will begin this afternoon.”AC Milan has also reopened its training center for its players.Most of the other Italian league clubs had already resumed training on an individual basis this week before full team training restarts on May 18.___ Barcelona, Sevilla, Villarreal and other clubs have returned to action after the Spanish government loosened some of the lockdown restrictions that had been in place since mid-March.Atlético Madrid is set to resume its activities on Saturday and Real Madrid’s players will be back on the field on Monday.Barcelona’s players were practicing at different parts of the team’s training camp to avoid contact with each other. Coach Quique Setién was wearing gloves and a mask as he watched from afar as players ran their drills. Players had their regular training uniforms but no masks or gloves while on the field.Lionel Messi was seen juggling the ball by himself at one point.All players, coaches and club employees were tested for COVID-19 before being allowed to practice. The league has not yet released results but some local media reports said three yet-to-be-named players tested positive. The information has not been independently confirmed.last_img read more

Smith: Stave’s time is up, Wisconsin needs Tanner McEvoy

first_imgThe Wisconsin football team’s ceiling for success in the 2014 season hinges on redshirt junior quarterback Joel Stave’s role.Still recovering from a shoulder injury, Stave watched from the sidelines Saturday as fellow redshirt junior quarterback Tanner McEvoy took snaps with the first team offense during Wisconsin’s annual spring game. And that is precisely where he should stay if the Badgers want their best chance at making the inaugural Division I College Football Playoff.McEvoy is the one person who can make sure that happens, as he is the last quarterback standing in the battle for the starting job.“Those two kids are going to get most of the reps in the fall, those two being Tanner and obviously Joel,” Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen told reporters after the spring game.After two seasons as the starting quarterback at Wisconsin, Stave has done nothing to solidify his position as the Badgers’ top gunslinger, posting a 13-6 overall record in games he started. The Greenfield native has completed 61 percent of his passes for 3,598 yards, 28 touchdowns and 16 interceptions and has suffered serious injuries — a broken collarbone and an injured shoulder — in both freshman and sophomore seasons.Stave’s career numbers are good — he finished fifth in program history for passing yards in a single season (2,494) in 2013 — but he had a lot of help, help that won’t necessarily be there this fall.Last season, Stave had first-team All-Big Ten wide receiver Jared Abbrederis and two second-team All-Big Ten running backs (James White and Melvin Gordon) to lean on. The year before that, he had All-American and the NCAA’s record holder in career touchdowns, Montee Ball, behind him. Only Gordon will be back for the 2014 season.With a majority of unproven talent at the offensive skill positions, Wisconsin desperately needs a playmaker at the quarterback position, and Stave is not it. An average arm that lacks accuracy at times and an inability to extend plays with his legs makes Stave a one-dimensional player.On the other hand, McEvoy, a junior college transfer in his second year at Wisconsin, is a dual-threat with a strong arm and an ability to leave the pocket and make plays with his legs. At Arizona Western College, McEvoy threw for 1,943 yards and 25 touchdowns and rushed for 414 yards and six touchdowns.In his first season with Wisconsin in 2013, McEvoy struggled to pick up the offense and dealt with a hand injury that knocked him out of contention for the quarterback role. In an effort to still get playing time, the New Jersey native switched to safety and would end up with 27 tackles and an interception.Now with a full offseason at his disposal, McEvoy is back at quarterback and feels much more comfortable at the position.“I think I’m a lot more comfortable. I think it shows,” McEvoy told reporters after Wisconsin’s spring game. “I can only make more strides so I’m looking forward to the summer and I’m looking forward to fall.”McEvoy showed a comfort level with the offense in the spring game, throwing for two touchdowns and running for another in the first and second quarters, which weren’t scored. “Tanner has improved a whole lot. He has definitely learned the playbook,” Wisconsin wide receiver Kenzel Doe said after the spring game. “Now he is back at quarterback and he has proved to me that he can compete for the starting job and he doesn’t really care what people say. He can run, he can throw — just have to give him a shot.”Stave is the safe choice for Andersen because he knows what he will get: a quarterback that can manage the game, won’t make a ton of mistakes and will rely on the running game to make plays.McEvoy may be more of a risk considering he hasn’t started a game at quarterback for Wisconsin yet or in division one for that matter, but I believe the Wisconsin’s ceiling of success is much greater with him manning the offense.It’s time for Andersen to take a gamble at quarterback and give Wisconsin a dynamic offense that goes beyond the backfield. What does he have to lose? Another Outback Bowl?last_img read more

UEFA Women’s Euro Daily Wrap: Debutants Austria, Favourites France Off To A Positive Start

first_imgRelatedUEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Daily Wrap: Iceland Suffer Group Stage ExitJuly 23, 2017In “AFCON Insider”UEFA Women’s Euro Quarter-final Preview: Will Austria’s Fairytale Run ContinueJuly 29, 2017In “UEFA”UEFA Women’s Euro 2017: Favourites Falter As Underdogs March OnJuly 31, 2017In “Europe” There were 4,781 at the De Adelaarshorst stadium on Tuesday as Austria enjoyed a delightful Women’s EURO debut at the expense of fellow newcomers, Switzerland.Although Switzerland can boast of an added advantage in experience, following their first appearance on the international stage which came at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada in 2015, that counted for nothing against their neighbours Austria who have now celebrated their own bow on the international stage with a sensational victory.Stand-in captain Nina Burger scored the only goal that delivered the goods in the 15th minute. The 29-year-old led by example in the absence of Bayern Munich’s Viktoria Schnaderbeck.Meanwhile Switzerland’s late charge for a share of the spoils was hampered when central defender Rahel Kiwic was given her marching orders.Bibiana Steinhaus was the woman with the whistle. She officiated the final of this year’s UEFA Women’s Champions League and is set to become the first woman to referee in the men’s German Bundesliga next season.Elsewhere, Iceland fans obviously continued from where they stopped last summer in terms of supporting their team with their presence and their famous “Thunderclap” as they tried to intimidate France at the Willem II Stadion in Tilburg.But, their hearts were broken in the 86th minute no thanks to a penalty taken by Eugénie Le Sommer for France who had prior to that time struggled to penetrate a disciplined Iceland.France coach, Olivier Echouafni said: “I would like to congratulate the Icelandic team to begin with. They played with heart, courage and skill, but I am unsurprised. We studied their game before and we knew that it would be tough.“We know starting a competition is always difficult, so tonight we will say it is a positive result for us, but we know we have to correct some things and we will. We didn’t concede so that’s a good thing and we created around 20 chances.“We were in difficulty, namely when the Icelandic players were very aggressive in their play, but our pressure was rewarded with a goal.”last_img read more

City: United should be afraid of Džeko

first_imgToday at 17 o’clock our time, Manchester United will host Manchester City in the 32nd round of the English Premier League. Due to this match, official website of the City dedicated their last article to the Bosnian attacker Edin Džeko.Before today’s match between City and United, Citizens have turned to Džeko to raise confidence and increase their chances of overtaking rank from city rivals on the Premier League’s table.If we look the statistics of B&H representative Edin Džeko at Old Trafford, it is easy to conclude that he is the greatest threat to Manchester United, writes MCFC.Džeko can be proud of four goals and two assists within 128 minutes played at Old Trafford, but his impact can also be presented as one goal in every 32 minutes.The official website of Manchester City states that the statistics would be even better if one of registered assists was counted as a goal. In fact, in the game in 2011 his ball touched the back of David Silva after which the score was attributed to the Spaniard.City currently ranks as fourth with 61 points, while United is on third place with 62 points. (Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

Welington Police Notes: Monday, Dec. 8, 2014

first_imgWellington Police notes for Monday, December 8, 2014•7:25 a.m. Officers investigated suspicious activity.•10:35 a.m. Katie L. Harrington, 24, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with dog at large.•11:45 a.m. Officers took report of found credit card in the 1100 block of W. 8th.•12:49 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a license plate in the 1500 block of N. Poplar.•5:04 p.m. Officers investigated a non-injury accident, on private property, in the 1100 block of E. 16th, involving vehicle operated by Erica C. Andra, 30, Mayfield,Ks and Sheree K. Yoder, 53, Wellington.•5:23 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a license plate in the 200 block. of W. Maple.•3:32 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a tablet in the 1700 block of N. C..•7:20 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a tree in the 2000 block of E. 16th.last_img read more