Board member Larry Lyons said the Hillsboro Athletic Boosters are trying to recruit new members. He said 14 people attended the booster most recent meeting and that two agreed to take over the annual Hillsboro Red Carpet Gala put on by the boosters. Ernst will be replaced by Jerry Walker in 2018..
You may have seen the recent studies on the importance of sleep in teens and young adults; most of whom get far less than the recommended 9 hours per night. You may also have seen the news reports of the rash of air flight controllers falling asleep at their computer screens. A good night’s sleep is also important to your overall health, especially your mental and physical fitness..
Turkey hasn’t officially identified the spy’s home country.However, foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said the spy is from the military coalition against Islamic State and is not from Europe or the United States.Several Turkish media, citing government sources, have said the detained spy was working for Canadian intelligence.Tahera Mufti, spokeswoman for CSIS, did not respond to a written request for comment.The office of Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney, the federal minister responsible for CSIS, issued a brief statement.”We are aware of these reports,” said Blaney’s office. “We do not comment on operational matters of national security.”A source in the Canadian government told QMI Agency that the individual held in Turkey was not a Canadian citizen.The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, also claimed the individual was not “an employee of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.”The source wouldn’t say if the detainee was a freelance or contracted intelligence agent.The Turkish Prime Ministry’s Office of Public Diplomacy also released a statement on the matter, saying the capture of the intelligence officer “showcased a complex problem involving intelligence wars.””This incident should be a message to those always blaming Turkey on the debate on the flow of foreign terrorist fighters, and shows it is a problem more complicated than a mere border security issue,” said the office. “Turkey will continue its call for stronger intelligence sharing, and is worried about the lack of intelligence sharing in a matter involving the lives of three young girls.”Shamima Begum, 15, Amira Abase, 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, crossed into Syria to join militants after leaving Britain last month.CSIS has already engaged in several foreign operations, including in Afghanistan, and once even had a secret station somewhere inside Turkey.