MAYVILLE – The Jamestown man accused of killing Dyllan Ownbey, 22, of Jamestown, will stand trial in Chautauqua County Court in May. A Chautauqua County Court clerk tells WNYNewsNow that jury selection for Tavion Turner is scheduled to start on May 5. Turner is facing two counts of second-degree murder because the allegation is that the killing was intentional and that it occurred during a felony.Authorities, however, haven’t provided specifics regarding the felony.Ownbey, of Jamestown, was stabbed to death on Nov. 28, 2017, after the Jamestown Police Department said he was involved in an altercation with another person on Willard Street at Peterson Street. Turner was indicted in May in Chautauqua County Court. He was remanded to Chautauqua County Jail on $1 million cash bail.Turner’s trial was originally scheduled for November, but was adjourned. Jason Schmidt will be representing Turner. Chautauqua County District Attorney Patrick Swanson will be the prosecutor. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
From 22.09. to 21.10.2018/15/XNUMX after visiting the Plitvice Lakes National Park, visitors can also visit Aquatika – freshwater aquarium Karlovac, with a XNUMX% discount on the ticket for the aquarium, you only need to show a ticket from the Park.In this way, the two institutions connect and want to complete the experience of the river world for their visitors. Bravo, it is precisely this synergy that we chronically lack in tourism. Also, it is extremely important that the Plitvice Lakes National Park as a premium motif of the valley and the Lijepa naša brand does not “solo” but helps, promotes and cooperates with other institutions.“We want to show you that with Plitvice Lakes you can and should experience the surroundings and see all the beauties of the Plitvice region. And autumn combined with beautiful nature must be a winning combination for a great escape from the hectic everyday life. ” stand out from the Plitvice Lakes National Park.Thus, added value is given, the tourist offer expands, tourist consumption increases and the stay of guests in the entire destination is extended. And most importantly, we directly raise the scale of tourist satisfaction, because we do not offer only one tourist product, but a range of quality content.Media and promotional give your space th. brand to promote other content, so far it has been unthinkable at the Plitvice Lakes National Park, but it is also the responsibility of Plitvice Lakes, to help the entire destination through its media and financial power.The first step has been made, and I hope that this is just the beginning of a successful and long-term cooperation, which can certainly be extended through various other elements. Croatia is one of the European countries with the richest river flora and fauna, and Lika, as well as Karlovac County, are the right place to present the natural wealth of our fresh waters and forests.Also, it is important to mention that this is a continuation of the story # PlitviceExperience / #PlitviceFullExperience or the Lika destination project.Unique ticket to Lika destinationLika destination is a ticket that, in addition to visiting the Plitvice Lakes National Park, allows visitors to visit other protected nature areas and attractions within Lika destination – Paklenica National Park, Northern Velebit National Park, Velebit Nature Park (Zavratnica Bay and Cerovac Caves), Grabovača Cave Park and Baraćevi caves, the Croatian Center for Indigenous Fish and Crab Species of Karst Waters and the Nikola Tesla Memorial Center. Find out more about the Autumn in Lika destination project hereSynergy is key, there is no competitionSynergy is so crucial in tourism and tourist destinations, and we certainly need to look at a much broader picture and network through synergy in the regions. The destination consists of all participants, and if there is no synergy and coordination, there is no quality tourist product. What is most important in the whole story, the motive for coming is not accommodation, but just quality, diverse and authentic content.it is this quality tourist content that we chronically lack that directly affects the guest’s satisfaction with a particular tourist destination, and if we meet or exceed his expectations, the guest will come back and become our ambassador. That is why synergy is most important in tourist destinations, there is no competition, and we all have to sell and recommend our local products and tourist attractions.And why synergy and cooperation are important, not dispersion, find out in the attachment.RELATED NEWS:
Arsenal legend, Nigel Winterburn, has given his tick of approval over the signing of Gabriel from Lille. The Brazilian centre-back is expected to complete a switch to Arsenal this week after the two clubs agreed on a £27m fee. Speaking in an interview with bookmakers.co.uk, Winterburn said: “When someone gets linked with Arsenal I tend to do a bit of research on them and have a look at what they’re about. “For me, it’s all about the type of personnel you’re getting as much as the ability. But he’s highly regarded, a left-sided centre-half who is supposed to be very powerful.Advertisement “Arsenal have got problems at centre-half and they can’t seem to get a consistent pairing together with the players they already have in that position, so it’s quite obvious that that’s a position Arteta feels he must strengthen.” Winterburn continued: “It looks like a really positive signing. read also:Atletico Madrid ‘willing to offer Arsenal three players for Lacazette’ “The one slight worry I have is that it seems to be taking a very long time, even though he’s been linked for a while and Arsenal seem to be the main contenders for his signature, but I’m always a bit weary of Arsenal signings when they don’t get done quickly. But I still hope he signs for the club in the next few days.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content10 Greatest Disney Female Villains We Love Anyways5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth8 Scenes That Prove TV Has Gone Too Far8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Adorable Model For Simba In The Lion King RemakeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year Loading…
AMES — The Iowa State men used a late 15-0 run to pull away for a 79-61 victory over Kansas City in Hilton Coliseum. ISU coach Steve Prohm.The Cyclones won despite committing 15 turnovers and making only five of 21 from three point range.Sophomore guard Tyrese Haliburton was one of three Cyclones to finish with 19 points. He also dished out seven assists.The Cyclones are 5-3 and will host Seton Hall in the Big 12/Big East Challenge on Sunday night. CRESTON — The NIACC basketball teams opened up Iowa Community College Athletic Conference play last night with victories at Southwestern.== On the men’s side, the 2nd-ranked Trojans got 24 from Deundra Roberson, 20 from Wendell Mathhews and 19 from Trey Sampson in a 98-68 win. NIACC is now 11-0 and will return to action on December 13th and 14th at the Johnson County Community College Classic in Kansas. They’ll face top-ranked Johnson County on December 13th and Highland on December 14th.== The Lady Trojans led 46-35 at the half, then outscored Southwestern 50-43 in the second half in a 96-78 win. Sierra Lynch had 23 points, Sierra Morrow had 22 while Kelcie Hale added 16. NIACC is 10-0 and will travel this weekend to the John Wood Community College Classic on Friday and Saturday in Quincy Illinois IOWA CITY — Monica Zcinano had a career high 24 points as the Iowa Hawkeye women beat Clemson 74-60 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge as you heard last night on KGLO. The Hawkeyes improve to 6-2.That’s Iowa coach Lisa Bluder. It was the Hawkeyes’ 25th straight home win, the third longest streak in the country.Mason City native Makenzie Meyer played 33 minutes in the contest, scoring six points, handing out nine assists, and grabbing four steals. Iowa is off until next Wednesday when they travel to Iowa State. TONIGHT:AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com — Mason City High boys at New Hampton — 7:30 MASON CITY — The North Iowa Area Community College volleyball program has its first-ever first-team All-American. Kennedy Meister, a 5-9 sophomore from Janesville, was selected Wednesday to the NJCAA Division II All-American team. Meister is the second NIACC player in school history to earn All-American honors, as Mindy Hunt was a second-team All-American in 1995. Meister led NIACC with 581 kills this season and also had 573 digs, 66 ace serves and 55 blocks. She’s the school’s all-time leader in kills with 989 and digs with 1146. Meister was instrumental in guiding NIACC to a 31-10 record and a berth in the Region XI-B title match. DALLAS (AP) — Dwight Powell had 24 points on 9-for-9 from the field, Jalen Brunson ignited a fourth-quarter rally with 14 of his 16 points in the period and the Dallas Mavericks beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 121-114. Powell and Brunson both had season highs as the Mavericks overcame a subpar outing by Luka Doncic to win for the ninth time in 10 games. Doncic finished with 22 points, seven rebounds and six assists after picking up a technical foul in the third quarter. FORT DODGE — The 2nd-ranked NIACC wrestling team picked up a 27-9 win at Iowa Central last night in Iowa Community College Athletic Conference action. In the feature match of the night, NIACC’s Christian Minto, who is ranked third at 165 pounds, was bumped up to face Ashton Eyler, who is top-ranked at 174 pounds. Minto had three takedowns and held on for a 7-6 victory. Josh Barretta picked up a pin at 165 for NIACC, while Trojans winning by decision included Clarence Lee-Green at 125, Brock Luthens at 133, Hunter Luke at 141, Tony Mendoza at 149, Kendall Sandifer at 157, and Holt Truax at 197. NIACC will wrap up the 2019 portion of their schedule on Saturday at the University of Dubuque Invitational. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes has apologized for his lack of discipline in the previous game. He twice slammed his helmet to the ground on the sideline after giving up a long touchdown pass to Seattle. Rhodes took the blame for a blown assignment during the 60-yard score in the third quarter. He also aided an earlier scoring drive for the Seahawks with a 15-yard unnecessary roughness penalty. The Vikings lost 37-30, the most points they’ve allowed in 24 games, but coach Mike Zimmer expressed confidence this week that the recently struggling pass coverage is on track for recovery.