All visitors who at the point of sale Info center of the Fortress of St. Nikola will show a ticket for the National Park “Krka”, not older than seven days, will get a 10% discount on the basic price of an individual ticket to visit the Fortress of St. Nicholas. In this way, visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy one of the most beautiful Croatian national parks and a UNESCO heritage monument and stay longer in our area. The director of the Nature Institute of Šibenik-Knin County, Anita Babačić Ajduk, pointed out that this is a significant step forward in the cooperation between the two institutions.: “So far, we have successfully collaborated on research projects, and now the collaboration is expanding to promotion and visits. Our two institutions are closely connected and the territory they cover. JU Priroda manages the area of the source and mouth of the river Krka, north and south of the National Park. These include the river Krčić, the source of the Krka, the river flow around Knin and the entire course and mouth from Skradin to the Channel of St. Ante and the Fortress of St. Nicholas. The flora and fauna know no administrative boundaries and our cooperation is necessary in every segment. Visitors do not know the administrative borders either, so such joint actions are very useful. This increases the visibility of the site, but also ensures a controlled, sustainable visiting system. ” This is the result of cooperation between the Public Institution Nature of Šibenik-Knin County and the Public Institution “Krka National Park”. Photo: NP Krka “Krka National Park and JU Priroda are two related institutions whose main tasks are the preservation, protection, interpretation and sustainable use of protected natural and cultural heritage. By promoting UNESCO monuments in the area of the National Park, we connect two neighboring protected areas and some of the most important natural and cultural values of our region. With this cooperation, we present ourselves as a whole, natural and cultural-historical, but also social and economic, which is especially important for us for this visitor season. “, said the director of the Public Institution “Krka National Park” Nella Slavica and emphasized that this cooperation is part of the continuous activities of the National Park “Krka” on the development of the entire area and encouraging economic activities of many entities living and working on the banks of the Krka.
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Darrell Dean Clark, 53, of Caldwell, has been charged with four felonies and a misdemeanor for pointing a loaded .22 caliber nickel-plated Liberty six-shot revolver at two Caldwell Police officers earlier in June.The Sumner County Attorneyâ€™s office has charged Clark with:â€¢two counts of aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer, a level 6 felony;â€¢one count of criminal discharge of a firearm, a level 7 felony;â€¢criminal threat, a level 9 felony;â€¢and disorderly conduct, a Class C misdemeanor.Clark is accused on June 12 of pointing a gun at an officer at 508 N. Young Street in Caldwell, forcing two officers to conceal themselves behind a wall and counter and threatening to commit violence against them.According to the district court complaint, at about 12:20 p.m. on a Friday, the dispatcher advised officers that a suspect was breaking and throwing things around. Upon arrival, the wife said her husband was in the house and in a rage and tearing the house apart.The officer took out a taser X26 and entered the residence. Clark allegedly was in the bedroom cursing and throwing things. The rest of the family was evacuated, the report said.The officer said the room was dark and he turned on the flashlight. Clark was allegedly sitting on the side of the bed. Allegedly Clark told the officer that he had been off his medication for a few days but would be fine soon. Clark then allegedly raised a revolver and pointed it at the officer with his finger inside the trigger guard.The officer allegedly said â€œDarrell put that down, you know you canâ€™t do that,â€ and then threw down the taser and backed away from the bedroom door. He assumed concealment behind the corner of a wall in an adjacent room, allegedly.â€œI notified the dispatcher that the subject was armed with a revolver,â€ the officer said in the report.The officer then heard a gun shot coming from the bedroom and notified the dispatcher that a shot was fired, who then in turn dispatched two Sumner County Sheriff Deputies.After a short time, the officer allegedly asked, â€œDarrell are you okay?Clark then allegedly yelled for the officer to get out or he will kill all of them.Another Caldwell officer arrived and was briefed on the situation. The second officer said he would communicate with Clark, according to the report. The second officer concealed himself on the left side of the room in a kneeling position and was using a counter at the left side of the room for partial concealment.â€œWe both had our weapons pointed at the bedroom door, when Mr. Clark suddenly exited the bedroom door with his right hand lowered by his right thigh,â€ the first officer said in the report. â€œWe both asked Mr. Clark if he had a weapons (sic) and he raised his right hand up and pointed the same nickel plated revolver in Officer _______ direction.Clark allegedly had the revolver in the palm of his right hand but did not have a finger inside the trigger guard.â€œWe both ordered him to drop the weapon,â€ the first officer said in the report. â€œMr. Clark then returned inside the bedroom and slammed the door.â€The two officers then backed out of the house and briefed the deputies. They returned inside the back of the house, allegedly with weapons pointed at Clark who still had the revolver in the palm of his right hand by his right thigh.He was ordered several times to put the gun down, and eventually, Clark dropped the gun at the bottom of nearby steps.After handcuffing Clark and placing him in the police car, the second officer checked the gun and found out the .22 caliber revolver was loaded with six cartridges and one was spent, the report said.Clark was then transported to Sumner County Jail in Wellington. He was placed on $50,000 bond. He is no longer in custody at the jail.Follow us on Twitter.
The President of the Algerian Football Federation (AFF), Mr. Mohammed Raouraoua will provide medical assistance to the Liberia Football Association (LFA) in the fight against the Ebola outbreak in the country.Mr. Raouraoua also told LFA secretary general B. Alphonso Armah that he would talk with friends in the Arab Football Union for assistance to the Liberia Football Association.Mr. Armah said Mr. Raouraou statement is in response to a recent appeal by LFA President Musa Bility to the Algerian Football Federation for support to fight the deadly Ebola virus.Armah said the Algerian FA boss confirmed his support to the LFA’s fight of the Ebola at their last weekend’s CAF meeting in Addis Ababa, where President Bility could not attend due to the Ebola crisis in the country.On his participation at the meeting, Armah said Liberian delegation received a warm welcome by CAF President Issa Hayatou, the executive committee members and the delegates.Armah said aware of the stigmatization that goes along with the Ebola outbreak that affects citizens of countries where there has been an Ebola outbreak, he and his colleague, Andy Quamie had planned to avoid shaking hands and physical contacts.“But to our utmost surprise, President Hayatou led the delegation to hug us,” Armah said.“President Hayatou told us that we didn’t buy Ebola to come to our country; it is just a disease that can breakout in any country,” Armah said. “He wished Liberia well in the fight against Ebola.”When asked whether President Hayatou would help CAF member countries affected with the virus, he was not specific, but noted, “but with the way they hugged us, I believe CAF is planning something.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)