ROCK FALLS — Authorities say the search continues for an Illinois man last seen earlier this month at a campground near Rock Falls.The Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Department says 48-year-old Lawrence Howlett of Sandwich Illinois was last seen at about 10 o’clock on the night of June 1st near his camper along the Shell Rock River at Camp of the Woods northwest of Rock Falls.Howlett is 5-foot-5, weighing about 160 pounds, and was last seen wearing blue jean shorts, a gray tank top and tan work boots.Since he was reported missing, the Sheriff’s Department says authorities have conducted ground and water searches in the area where Howlett was last seen.The Sheriff’s Department asks for the public’s help, and anybody that has information is asked to call them at 641-421-3000.
Rory Kavanagh wins another ball in midfield for St Eunan’s. Pic Brian McDaid/Cristeph StudioMark Harte, the former Tyrone player and son of Mickey Harte, will be in Letterkenny today plotting to throw the Donegal county champions out of the Ulster Championship.Harte is now in charge of Roslea who have had to wait completion of the Donegal championship.He brings his team to O’Donnell Park to take on a resurgent St Eunan’s, now blessed with a mixture of youth and experience under the watchful eye of Maxi Curran. Mark Harte says the six week wait for Eunan’s hasn’t affected his side.“Since winning the county championship we have also gone on to win the league title and that not only got us another trophy but also provided us with a very competitive fixture,” he said.“Since St Eunan’s were confirmed as Donegal champions last Sunday our lads have been raring to go.”For Maxi, it has been a roller coaster seven weeks – a game in every one of the,. “It’s been rewarding because the players have improved as we’ve gone on,” says the Na Dunaibh man.“For Rory Kavanagh, this will be his eighth game in eight weeks when you factor in the All-Ireland final.“Eamon Doherty was in the Donegal panel while we also have five of the county minor squad who lost the All-Ireland final so that’s a total of seven players who’ve had to quickly get over that disappointment and get refocused on the club.”Curran paid tribute to Donegal veteran Kavanagh who picked up his sixth winners’ medal last week.“Rory is playing the football of his life He has been phenomenal, he’s nearly been man of the match in all of the games and has been a huge factor in our success,” added Maxi. Throw-in today is 2.30pm.MICKEY HARTE’S SON PLOTTING ST EUNAN’S DOWNFALL – BUT MAXI IS READY! was last modified: November 9th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:RosleaSt EunansUlster Championship