Royal decree: LeBron scores 35, carries Cavs past Raptors

first_imgView comments In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery The three-time champion delivered another virtuoso performance, adding seven rebounds without committing a turnover in nearly 40 minutes.“I’ve never seen anything like it,” said associate coach Larry Drew, filling in for Lue. “It’s just amazing what he does, night in and night out. How he sustains it is just mind-boggling.”James made three free throws in the final 7.8 seconds, but missed one with 3.9 seconds to go, giving Toronto a final shot. DeMar DeRozan got a decent look on a 3-pointer — contested by James — at the horn but missed. DeRozan and Toronto coaches complained the All-Star was fouled to no avail.The win felt like a statement by the Cavs, but James insisted there were no intended messages.“It’s a good win for us because of how depleted we are on our roster and everything that’s been going on,” he said. “It’s a good win for us against a very good opponent.ADVERTISEMENT Jakob Poeltl (izquierda) y Pascal Siakam de los Raptors de Toronto defienden ante LeBron James de los Cavaliers de Cleveland, el miércoles 21 de marzo de 2018. (AP Foto/Tony Dejak)CLEVELAND — The standings show the Eastern Conference’s top team plays in Canada.The best player remains in Cleveland, Ohio.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LeBron James reminded Toronto he’s king.Playing without five teammates and his coach, James scored 35 points and added 17 assists, his last setting up a late a 3-pointer by Kevin Love, as the undermanned Cavaliers rallied to beat the Raptors 132-129 on Wednesday night.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkThe Cavs were down five rotational players and coach Tyronn Lue, who missed his second straight game for health reasons.But they still had James, who earlier in the day said, “I’ll be available, so we got a chance.” Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters The teams will meet again on April 3 in Cleveland.CURIOUS GEORGEHill had his best game since joining the Cavs. He had shot just 12 of 31 in his previous five games.“I’ve been playing like crap the last couple weeks,” Hill said. “I’ve been hard on myself, staying in the gym with our coaches and things like that, shooting more, watching more film and just trying to figure out how I can find myself again.”TIP-INSRaptors: Tied a franchise record by scoring 79 points in the first half. They also did it in 1997 against the Nets. … Coach Dwane Casey said the team’s confidence has never been higher and has given Toronto an aura it didn’t have before. “It doesn’t mean you’re going to go out and beat a team,” he said. “But I think we go into the game with a different mindset, more of a hunted mindset than we did last year.” … G C.J. Miles sat out with a flu bug. … The Raptors have made at least 10 3-pointers in team-record 14 straight games.Cavaliers: F Kyle Korver was excused Tuesday following the death of his younger brother, Kirk. … F/C Tristan Thompson (ankle) and Rodney Hood (back) were listed as questionable but sat out. … F Larry Nance Jr. (hamstring) is aiming to return this weekend. He has missed four games. … Drew spoke with Lue on Tuesday and said he reported feeling better. “He’s on the right trail of recovering and I’m really happy to hear that from him,” Drew said. … Nick Gilbert, owner Dan Gilbert’s son, sat in the front row next to his dad. The younger Gilbert recently spent 38 days in the hospital following brain surgery. He received an ovation from the crowd.UP NEXTRaptors: Host Brooklyn on Friday.Cavaliers: Host Phoenix on Friday. “But I don’t need to remind anybody about what my teams are capable of doing.”Love, playing his second game after missing 21 games with a broken left hand, finished with 23 points and 12 rebounds and George Hill had 22 on 10-of-11 shooting for the Cavs, who were blown out by 34 points against Toronto in January.But that was before Cleveland shook up its roster with four trades designed to get back to the NBA Finals. The Cavs are third in the East, but still as dangerous as anyone.“They’re still a top team in our conference — and in this league,” DeRozan said. “You can’t overlook them or under-look them no matter what type of changes they made.”Kyle Lowry scored 24 and DeRozan had 21 for the Raptors, who scored 79 points in the first half and were in control in the third quarter before James brought Cleveland back.With the Cavs up 125-124, James drove the lane and whipped the ball into the corner to Love, who knocked down his 1,000th career 3-pointer.The Raptors have lost to the Cavs in each of the past two postseasons, getting swept last year in the conference finals. But this is a different Toronto team, deeper, more experienced and maybe poised to dethrone Cleveland.Not if James has anything to say about it.LAST SHOTWhile he protested on the floor, DeRozan was calm in addressing whether James made contact with him on his errant 3-pointer.“I don’t know,” he said. “It’s over with now. There’s nothing you can do about it. It was a heck of a game.”REMATCH Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Sixers close in on playoff berth after thumping Grizzlies Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikinalast_img read more

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Night court to start on Monday

first_imgNight court at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts is set to begin on Monday, operating from 15:00h to 20:00h daily.In a notice at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts, it was stated that night court will commence in the evenings while daily sittings of court will be held from 09:00h to 14:30h. Both day and night court will be held from Monday to Friday.However, a number of Police prosecutors at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts told Guyana Times that they are unaware of the persons who will be facilitating the night court.One Police Prosecutor indicated to this publication that he is unsure if they will have to work double shifts or if a shift system will be implemented.Earlier this year, Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan told media operatives that approximately $25 million has been allocated to facilitate night court sessions.He further stated that Government has set aside a huge sum of money to cover the expenses of this undertaking. Initial reports had suggested that there would be five temporary Magistrates appointed to man the night court. The Judicial Services Commission had to appoint the Magistrates.This initiative is part of a package of prison reforms, following the deadly prison riot at the Camp Street Prison, which claimed the lives of 17 inmates.Acting Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Carl Singh had suggested that this initiative last for a period of six months.last_img read more

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Woman, 90, Vows to Resist Takeover of Her Property by Justice Ja’neh

first_imgResisting Justice Ja’neh from taking over her property, 90 year-Old Annie Constance also has beef with Chief Justice Francis KorkporDays into the taking over of her property by Associate Justice Kabineh M. Ja’neh, Mrs. Annie Constance, 90, has vowed to resist any attempt by the Civil Law Court — even-up to her death — to see her hard-earned home being given to the Supreme Court justice.The property is situated on a 0.54 lot of land, along with houses, on the Russell Avenue, Saye-Town Community, Sinkor, in Monrovia.Mrs. Constance’s only asset is her home, including the disputed 0.54 lot of land it sits on, which she and her late husband Nyema Constance purchased from Mrs. Rebecca Elliot in the 1950s.Mrs. Constance, who has been hospitalized on several occasions since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Justice Ja’neh, tearfully explained to journalists that, “This can’t be happening in my very eyes. There got to be a mistake on the part of the court.”The Supreme Court gave its opinion on October 12, 2017, which judgment mandated then Judge Boima Kontoe to enforce it (opinion) by evicting Mrs. Constance and her children.Justice Ja’neh did not signature that judgment. It was only the four other justices, including Chief Justice Francis Korkpor, who signed it.Madam Constance got into the predicament after being sued by Justice Ja’neh, claiming that her son Nyema Constance, who died in 1998, sold the property to Ja’neh in 1997.Even though the Supreme Court had ruled that Mrs. Constance did not have the opportunity to defend herself in the matter at the Civil Law Court on grounds that her lawyer, Lawrence Yeakulah, had abandoned the matter, they ruled in favor of Ja’neh.According to Mrs. Constance, the alleged transaction between her late son Nyema Constance Jr. was done in her absence and without her knowledge.“By 1997, I was in Cote d’ Ivoire when Justice Ja’neh claimed to have purchased the property from my son,” the ailing woman claimed.Madam Constance said she returned to Liberia in that same year, after she learnt that her son was seriously ill.Unfortunately, her son died the following year, 1998.“How in this world will a single individual sell a property belonging to his many siblings, including me, without any of them knowing about it,” Constance wondered.After the death of her son, it was then she received a letter on December 28, 2009, from Cllr. Cooper Kruah, lawyer of Justice Ja’neh, about the transaction between her son and Ja’neh, which copy is with the Daily Observer.In that communication, Cllr. Kruah, who is now Minister of Post and Telecommunications, said: “We have been retained by Mr. Jusufu D. Fofana, the Attorney-In-Fact for the property in which you reside, to give you a 30 day notice to vacate for renovation. Mr. Fofana’s principal, Cllr. Kabineh M. Ja’neh purchased this property from J. Nyema Constance, Jr. in the year 1997, with the approval of the Probate Court for Montserrado County.”The letter further read, “In view of the above, it is our hope that you will strictly adhere to the dictates of this communication and govern yourself accordingly.”The letter continued, “In the event you fail and neglect to vacate within the period specified herein, we shall be compelled to proceed against you legally to have you ousted from the subject property.”It was the alleged failure of Madam Constance to vacate the property that caused Justice Ja’neh’s lawyer, Kruah, to decide to take the matter before the Civil Law Court.Also, a document from the Monthly and Probate Court for Montserrado County, which copy is also in the possession of the Observer, partly said: “Nyema Constance Sr. was issued a letter of administration by Jehu Striker, then judge of the Monthly and Probate Court of Montserrado County, in the 1960s.”Later, the same court in 1996 and under John Greaves issued a letter of administration to Nyema Constance Jr., with a mandate to sell and dispose of any property of the Intestate Estate of his late father J. Nyema Constance Sr., including the disputed 0.54 lot of land.Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’nehThe Supreme Court ruled, dated October 24, 2017, a copy of which is also with the Daily Observer, claimed that when the case was called for hearing, only Cllr. Kruah was in attendance, while Madam Constance’s lawyer, Lawrence Yeakula, was nowhere around.Cllr. Yeakulah had earlier in April 2013 rejected Judge Kontoe’s ruling in favor of Ja’neh that he (Cllr. Yeakula) did not attend the trial.In October 2013, almost six months later, Cllr. Kruah obtained a clerk’s certificate that after the filing of the exception, Yeakulah had taken no further step to perfect the appeal.Later, on December 2, 2013, Kruah filed an appeal before the Supreme Court to dismiss Yeakula’s pleads, which the court ruled in October 2017, in consonance with the law.“The motion to dismiss the appeal is hereby granted, and Yeakula’s appeal is dismissed,” the justices ruled, adding, “the clerk of court is ordered to send a mandate to the Civil Law Court, mandating the judge presiding there to resume jurisdiction over this case  and give effect to this judgment.”During the hearing Yeakula, the Supreme Court said, made a submission to the court, requesting for continuance (postponement) for a period of a month, to enable the parties amicably resolve the matter between them without further litigation.By that time, the Supreme Court said, Cllr. Kruah interposed no objection.“The court said if the parties failed to file a voluntary withdrawal within that one month period the court will proceed with the case and make a determination therein,” the justices quoted the Civil Law Court decision.The records however not only showed the absence of any evidence of a resolution of that matter, but also that no notice of voluntary withdrawal had been filed, notifying the court that the matter had been amicably settled.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Wade plans to be back this season

first_img“Of course you always worry about what-if, there’s always the what-if,” he said of potentially aggravating his injury. “But if that decision comes to play where I decide to come back, you can’t think about the what-if, you’ve got to go ahead with it.” Wade’s comments were his first since he dislocated the shoulder while reaching in for a steal against Rockets forward Shane Battier in the fourth quarter of a game last Wednesday in Houston. He is scheduled to receive a second opinion Thursday, but sounded as if he had been well versed on the rehabilitation option. “I mean, the reports are accurate: It’s eventually surgery,” he said. “But there’s also an opportunity in there where I can opt for the rehab, and the rehab and the therapy, and get it strong and make a return by the end of the season.” Bush sees Heat Everything was going fine until President Bush dropped the ball. Bush honored the Miami Heat championship basketball team at the White House, joking with players in his usual manner. But Shaquille O’Neal got the last laugh when Bush tried to bounce a basketball while standing next to the 7-foot-1 star. It thudded flat on the stage. Bush looked startled as O’Neal and his teammates laughed. N.O. commitment The NBA and its players’ association reiterated their commitment to New Orleans, a day after union director Billy Hunter said he could sue over the league’s plans to host its next All-Star game there. Hunter plans to fly to New Orleans next week for his first visit to the city since Hurricane Katrina, and will meet with city officials and look into accommodations for players and their guests. He also said he has a number of meetings planned with commissioner David Stern to discuss plans for next year’s festivities. Daddy James LeBron James will soon fill out his backcourt. Cleveland’s All-Star forward and his girlfriend, Savannah Brinson, are expecting their second child in June, James revealed before the Cavaliers’ game Monday night against the New Orleans Hornets. “On June 17, I think,” the 22-year-old said, chuckling. “Don’t ask the daddy, ask the mama.” The couple’s first son, LeBron James Jr., is 2 and usually sits courtside to watch his dad play. By the time the NBA finals roll around this season, James might need a spot for a baby stroller. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade gave a strong indication Tuesday that he plans to return from his dislocated left shoulder before the end of the season. Speaking after the Heat was honored at the White House for its 2006 NBA Championship, Wade sounded as if he would attempt rehabilitation before considering surgery that would sideline him for at least four months. center_img Wade’s options are a vigorous rehabilitation program that could have him back for the final two weeks of the regular season, or surgery that would not have him back until next season. In either case, surgery would eventually be a necessity. Asked about potential long-term risks by delaying the surgery, Wade sounded as if would move forward with a short-term solution. last_img read more

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Teacher accused of attacking children won’t be charged

first_imgSchool district officials said the teacher claimed she was only trying to protect her first-graders from the older students as they ran laps through the area where the younger children were. The fifth-graders, many of whom sustained scratches and bruises, claimed the teacher just started hitting and kicking them without provocation as they ran laps near her class. Read more on this breaking news story in Saturday’ Whittier Daily News. 165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Tracy Garcia Staff Writer PICO RIVERA — Authorities said Friday afternoon that criminal charges will not be filed against a first-grade teacher at Meller Elementary School who was accused of attacking several fifth-graders during a P.E. class last month. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department investigators told parents of the injured children there was insufficient evidence to charge the unnamed teacher in the Feb. 15 incident because of inconsistencies in the children’s testimonies. last_img read more

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Vidal to Man United latest: Deal on the rocks, but will Red Devils turn it around?

first_imgWith the World Cup over, attentions immediately return to domestic affairs and in particular the transfer window.In Manchester, Man United wait with bated breath for the arrival of now-former Netherlands’ coach Louis van Gaal, but the Dutchman doesn’t look like being the only new face at Old Trafford.The club have already recruited two new players, and following the announcement of a world-record deal with kit manufacturers Adidas, are expected to welcome more in the coming weeks.One such player is Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal, but how much closer is he to a move to England? talkSPORT takes a look…Deal on the rocksDespite signing a world record £750m deal with kit manufacturers Adidas, the Daily Mail report that Manchester United bosses are not prepared to fork out the £32m it will cost to land Vidal from Juventus. According to the publication, the Italian giants are ready to sell the 27-year-old, but have set a non-negotiable figure for their star.Man United’s worrying expenditureThe Express continue in the same vein, but point to United’s expenditure on players over the past 18 months as one of the main reasons for the club’s reluctance to pay £32m for Vidal. The publication says the Red Devils have paid ‘£136m’ over the period, paying ‘premium prices’ for players such as Wilfried Zaha, Marouane Fellaini and Juan Mata.Discrepancy over valuationIt seems as though there could be some discrepancy over the actual valuation of Vidal, as highlighted by ESPN. While the Chilean is ‘relaxed’ over his future, the broadcaster claim that Juventus are actually requesting £45m – rather than the widely reported £32m – for his services.‘Biggest club in the world’It seems as though the links with a move to England has resonated well with Vidal, who looks increasingly open to the idea of joining Man United this summer. When asked about the speculation surrounding his future, he told Chilean newspaper La Tercera: “I’ve heard about the rumours, but I haven’t spoken more about this subject.“I’m enjoying my holidays, and when I return to Italy I’ll see what happens. Anyone would like to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world.”‘Staying put’Despite commenting that he would like to player for ‘one of the biggest clubs in the world’, Vidal doesn’t seem too fussed about a move to England after all. It seems as though the player dubbed ‘the warrior’ has a softer side, admitting his fondness for his current club. “I am already at a great team like Juventus,” he told Chilean TV station Chilevision. “That’s why it will not be a problem if the chance to join Manchester United falls through.”Man United fans, do you think you’ll land Arturo Vidal? Comment below… Arturo Vidal has been linked with Manchester United 1last_img read more

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Rushden Rants: Max on celebrities and Twitter

first_imgTwitter – everyone’s favourite social media site, populated by a mix of the world’s biggest celebrities and us averages Joes.And it’s that very mix which is the topic of 2015’s first Rushden Rants, where we discover what really grinds the Warm Up host’s gears.Why do celebs feel the need to retweet photos of themselves with fans – Is it an ego trip, is it patronising, or are they just being nice?See what Mad Max thinks above!last_img

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Djibouti defy odds, Zim survive scare, Rwanda set record

first_img0Shares0000A file photo of star Zimbabwe forward Khama Billiat (R) playing against Uganda during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt © AFP / JAVIER SORIANOJOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Sep 11 – Djibouti triumphed unexpectedly, Zimbabwe survived a scare and Rwanda created a record as the first round of African qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar concluded on Tuesday.French coach Julien Mette was hired by Djibouti recently and promised to restore the “dignity” of a national team used to heavy losses. It did not take him long to succeed as a 0-0 draw in eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) earned the “Shoremen of the Red Sea” a 2-1 aggregate victory.Forcing a goalless draw in Manzini completed an amazing turnaround for the tiny Horn of Africa nation, who were crushed 8-1 overall by the then Swaziland in a 2018 World Cup eliminator.“Officials did not speak to me about qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations, the African Nations Championship or the World Cup,” Mette told the FIFA website.“All he (the president of the national football federation) wanted was to stop losing 5-0 and 6-0 and I said I would definitely bring him that dignity.”Ranked 195th of 211 football nations, Djibouti must now wait for the second round draw, which will include the teams ranked 1 to 26, who received first round byes.The 40 survivors will be split into 10 groups of four with the winners advancing to a final two-leg stage to decide which five African teams go to Qatar.In Harare, Khama Billiat scored two minutes into stoppage to hand Zimbabwe a 3-1 win over minnows Somalia, whose solitary-goal first leg win proved insufficient to survive.A dramatic finish to the return match saw Marshall Munetsi give Zimbabwe a second leg lead 13 minutes from time only for Omar Abdullah Mohamed to equalise.Zimbabwe had to score at least twice to avoid a shock exit and Knox Mutizwa, direct from a free kick, and Billiat with a hard close-range shot netted for a dramatic victory.– Driving instructor –Like Djibouti, Somalia have suffered many heavy losses in World Cup qualifiers with home matches having to be played outside the country because of an unstable security situation.The side that tackled a Zimbabwe team packed with full-time professionals included Mohamud Ali, who combines playing sixth-tier football in England with being a driving instructor.Meanwhile, Rwanda created a record for a World Cup qualifying aggregate winning margin in Africa by trouncing the Seychelles 7-0 in Kigali for a 10-0 overall victory.The previous nine-goal mark was set by Ghana in a 1974 World Cup qualifier and equalled by Libya in a 2006 tie.Rwanda fell just short of the record eight-goal margin for a single match set by the Democratic Republic of Congo in a 2002 qualifier and later equalled by Libya.Guinea-Bissau, once minnows but qualifiers for the last two Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, fell behind at home after 11 minutes to an aggregate-tying goal from Sao Tome.The visitors, whose “The Falcons and True Parrots Team” nickname must rank among the most eye catching in football, retained the second leg lead until midway through the second half.Joseph Mendes, who equalised in Bissau on 66 minutes, was yellow carded for taking his shirt off when celebrating, and scored again to give Guinea-Bissau a 2-1 victory.The “Djurtus” (wild dogs) progressed 3-1 on aggregate to keep alive the seemingly improbable dream of coach Baciro Cande, who believes a team ranked 123rd in the world can qualify for Qatar.0Shares0000(Visited 53 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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South Whittier educator named California Teacher of the Year

first_img“One of the reasons I’ve been able to get this honor is because of the impact Carmela has had on my life,” Long said. “When I was interviewing for this, the last panel I interviewed with in Sacramento, I was able to answer many of their questions because of my experience at Carmela. “This is a feather in Carmela’s cap,” Long said. “Not many schools can say they have a state Teacher of the Year, but we can – and that’s really neat to see.” Long bested hundreds of teachers statewide for the TOY honor, which began in 1972 to pay tribute to the state’s educators, the growing complexity of challenges that confront California’s schools, and the need to promote collaboration among teachers to meet those challenges. The TOY honor only validates what South Whittier School District officials said they already knew – that Long is “an outstanding teacher,” said Superintendent Erich Kwek. “I’ve watched Mike teach in the classroom. He motivates his kids, and he’s a skilled teacher in all areas,” Kwek said. “He’s just one more great thing that’s happening in South Whittier. SOUTH WHITTIER – Ask fourth-grade teacher Michael Long about the impact he’s had at Carmela Elementary School, and he’ll tell you you’re going about it the wrong way. A better question would examine the impact that the 600-student school has had on Long’s life, he says – and the answer would be easy. “It’s made me a better teacher,” said Long, 36. “The teachers here are really supportive, and to me, Carmela feels like my family.” So when Long was named this week as one of five 2007-08 California Teachers of the Year, he was quick to share the honor with the school, staff and students, whom he says played an integral part in his success. “And it’s a great morale booster to have one of ours recognized.” The calendar year has been a blur of congratulatory wishes and banners and balloons and get-togethers for Long, who won TOY at the school level in the spring, then the district level in the summer, then the county level in the fall before he hit the state contest. “I wasn’t surprised when he won, because I knew he was a quality educator whose vision and passion have always impressed me,” said teacher Patricia Vega-Jeter, who team-teaches fourth grade with Long. “But it was definitely nice to see that someone is recognizing these quality educators,” Vega-Jeter said. “He’s a great spokesperson for educators, and he’s making it good for all of us to participate in the celebration.” Long earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies in 1994, a master’s degree in education and a teaching credential in 1999 from Biola University in La Mirada. As state TOY, Long has a year of public speaking engagements ahead of him, as well as traveling to Sacramento to participate in workshops and training and visiting other schools. “I’m completely honored and really grateful for this because I wouldn’t be the teacher I am if not for my co-workers, professors and my family,” Long said. “All those people have poured themselves into me and made me a better person.” But student Jose Flores, 10, says all he knows is that his knowledgeable, kind and humorous teacher “makes me want to get into school more because he makes learning fun. “Even if he didn’t get state Teacher of the Year, I know I would still look at him like he was.” tracy.garcia@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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