Vito Chirco Special to Detroit Free Press Published 7:20 PM EST Nov 13, 2018 This week's episode of the Prep Football Frenzy podcast with Vito Chirco features senior Warren De La Salle outside linebacker Jacob Dobbs and junior offensive tackle Grant Toutant. Dobbs talks about his preferred walk-on offer from Michigan and being a senior leader. More: Michigan high school football playoffs: State semifinal pairings And Toutant talks all about his recruitment, including the latest on conversations with Michigan and Michigan State and previews De La Salle's semifinal matchup with Birmingham Groves. Vito also looks back at the top performers from the regional finals of the state playoffs, and looks ahead to some of the big matchups for the state semifinals. Listen to the podcast below. Previously: Episode 11: Chippewa Valley's Andre Chenault describes being under-recruited Episode 10: Detroit King QB Dequan Finn on how Michigan's Devin Gardner helped him Be sure to … [Read more...] about Warren De La Salle LB Jacob Dobbs to walk-on at Michigan?
Billy Ray Nelson Billy Ray Nelson Photo by Contributed Photo /Times Free Press. A joint investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the Warren County Sheriff's Department, and Tennessee Fire Investigation Services has resulted in the indictment of a McMinnville man on an arson charge. On March 22, the TBI, investigators from Warren County and Fire Investigation Services responded to a structure fire at 736 Depot Road in Rock Island, Tennessee. The structure was an outbuilding that was being utilized as a dwelling at that time. During the course of the investigation, the TBI developed information that identified 60-year-0ld Billy Ray Nelson as the individual responsible for setting the fire. On Nov. 2, the Warren County Grand Jury returned an indictment charging Nelson with one count of arson. Nelson was arrested on Nov. 7 and booked into the Warren County Jail on a $7,500 bond. … [Read more...] about Warren County man charged in March arson
Opinion PUBLISHED: 06:00 11 November 2018 Andy Warren Trevoh Chalobah's expression says it all as he watches the second half highlights on the big screen at Reading at Reading Picture Pagepix Pagepix Ltd 07976 935738 Andy Warren hands out his player ratings following Ipswich Town’s 2-2 draw at Reading. The minute's silence at Reading Picture PagepixRating scale: 10 – world class display; 9- outstanding; 8- very good; 7 – good; 6 – decent; 5 – average; 4 – below average; 3 – poor; 2 – very poor; 1 – awfulBartosz BialkowskiMade one superb save in the second half to deny Mo Barrow but was taken by surprise for Yakou Meite’s first before being beaten for the second. Has clearly been asked to change the way he distributes the ball from the back, with instructions to play it short and look for the open man. Did this well on the whole, with a few slightly nervy moments. 6Ipswich Manager Paul … [Read more...] about ANDY WARREN: Player ratings as Blues show promise but ultimately let it slip at Reading
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, on the heels of a successful reelection bid this week, said it’s “too early” for her to have begun considering whether she’ll make a presidential run in 2020. “It’s less than 48 hours,” Warren said at a press conference Thursday, The Boston Globe reports. “I said I would take a hard look and I will. Too early.” On Tuesday, Warren garnered 60 percent of the vote against Republican Geoff Diehl and Independent Shiva Ayyadurai to secure a second term. The prominent Democrat, often speculated as a potential presidential candidate, also told reporters she has no timeline for her decision making, adding she was focused on the midterm elections until this week. But Warren has previously stoked the belief that she’ll mount a campaign for the Oval Office. In recent months, she has donated thousands to Democrats across the country, launched Senate reelection ads seen by millions around the United … [Read more...] about Elizabeth Warren: It’s ‘too early’ after midterms to think about a 2020 run
Jamie L. LaReau Detroit Free Press Published 11:18 AM EST Nov 9, 2018 General Motors is moving some 3,000 employees, mostly propulsion system engineers, from its Global Propulsion Systems center in Pontiac to the GM Technical Center in Warren. By moving them to the tech center, GM can speed up work on developing electrified vehicles, a GM spokesman said. GM will be "further integrating our Global Propulsion organization with vehicle engineering," and boosting the total number of engineering resources dedicated to electric vehicles now, GM's Mike Albano, spokesman, said in a statement. Also read: GM's job cuts mean new kind of worker needed Also read: GM's future lineup will run on electricity, drive itself — and fly "We expect about 75 percent of our employees to transfer," to the tech center in Warren, said Albano. GM has said it will bring 20 new all-electric vehicles to market by 2023 and it's asked … [Read more...] about Why GM is moving 3,000 workers from Pontiac to Warren