Oregon News: Pendleton Man, Shane Britton Found Guilty of Abusive Sexual Contact on the Umatilla Indian Reservation

PORTLAND, Ore. – On Wednesday, October 17, 2018, a federal jury in Portland found Shane Britton, 43, of Pendleton, Oregon, guilty of abusive sexual contact. According to court documents and evidence presented at trial, in June 2016, Britton was staying at a residence shared by the victim and her mother on the Umatilla Indian Reservation. … Continue reading Oregon News: Pendleton Man, Shane Britton Found Guilty of Abusive Sexual Contact on the Umatilla Indian Reservation

Mercy’s CEO, Lynn Britton, Recognized as Trailblazing Leader

St. Louis, MO (STL.NEWS) It’s not the first time Lynn Britton, Mercy’s president and CEO, has been recognized for his innovative, forward-thinking leadership. But beyond a can-do spirit in a challenging national health care environment, Britton also leads with a collaborative, kindhearted and compassionate spirit. Together, those visionary qualities were applauded by Catholic Health Association … Continue reading Mercy’s CEO, Lynn Britton, Recognized as Trailblazing Leader

South Dakota News: Pine Ridge Man, Britton George Kills Right Sentenced for Arson

Pine Ridge, South Dakota – United States Attorney Ron Parsons announced that a Pine Ridge, South Dakota, man convicted of Arson was sentenced by Chief Judge Jeffrey L. Viken, U.S. District Court. Britton George Kills Right, age 43, was sentenced on August 27, 2018, to 4 years in federal prison, followed by 2 years of … Continue reading South Dakota News: Pine Ridge Man, Britton George Kills Right Sentenced for Arson

NEW YORK | Gray, Yankees flop in 7-5 loss to lowly Orioles

NEW YORK — Sonny Gray was chased in the third inning by the team with worst record in the majors, big league-loss leader Alex Cobb ended a nine-start winless streak and the Baltimore Orioles beat the New York Yankees 7-5 Wednesday. Despite what appeared to be a midgame lecture in the dugout by third base … Continue reading NEW YORK | Gray, Yankees flop in 7-5 loss to lowly Orioles

BALTIMORE | Orioles fire boss Duquette after 2nd straight losing season

BALTIMORE— The Baltimore Orioles have fired executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette, who launched a belated rebuilding effort in July after the team that failed miserably from the start. The announcement came Wednesday night, hours after manager Buck Showalter was told by the club he would not return in 2019. Baltimore went 47-115, … Continue reading BALTIMORE | Orioles fire boss Duquette after 2nd straight losing season

BOSTON | Yankees tie HR mark, beat Red Sox 11-6, home for wild card

BOSTON— The New York Yankees clinched home-field advantage for the AL wild-card game on Friday night, hitting four homers to tie the major league single-season record and beat the Boston Red Sox 11-6. Reigning Rookie of the Year Aaron Judge hit his first homer since coming off the disabled list Sept. 14, and Gary Sanchez, … Continue reading BOSTON | Yankees tie HR mark, beat Red Sox 11-6, home for wild card

NEW YORK | Bring on Boston: Yanks rout A’s 7-2 in wild-card game

NEW YORK  — Aaron Judge got the party started with a two-run homer nine pitches in . By the time Giancarlo Stanton capped the mauling with monstrous drive in his postseason debut , New York Yankees fans already were looking ahead. “We want Boston!” they chanted. Coming up next. “It’s going to be intense,” CC … Continue reading NEW YORK | Bring on Boston: Yanks rout A’s 7-2 in wild-card game

NEW YORK | Before things get wild, the MLB postseason from A to Z

NEW YORK — Last year’s World Series between the Astros and Dodgers was a thriller, ending in Houston’s Game 7 victory for its first championship. Might they have an encore in store? Perhaps one with a Hollywood ending this time? Time to find out. After two tight NL division races stretched the regular season to … Continue reading NEW YORK | Before things get wild, the MLB postseason from A to Z