Pregnant Witney Carson Celebrates Baby Shower With Lindsay Arnold

first_imgIn August, Carson told Us Weekly that she and Arnold were having different experiences with their pregnancies.“We have not had the same pregnancies at all,” she said at the time. “Just recently, her pelvis is starting to hurt a lot and she, like, can barely walk. She’s like, ‘It’s the weirdest thing.’ Other than that, she hasn’t been really sick. She hasn’t been feeling any cramping at all.”Days before Arnold gave birth, the Utah native told Entertainment Tonight that she was excited to enter motherhood with Carson by her side.Witney Carson Celebrates Baby Shower With Fellow 'DWTS' Pro Lindsay ArnoldLindsay Arnold and Witney Carson. Eric Charbonneau/Shutterstock“It’s actually insane,” she said in an interview published on November 4. “We’ve done so many things in our lives together, so it’s like, naturally, why wouldn’t we get pregnant together? It’s so funny because you can’t really plan a pregnancy. I mean, you can plan when you want to try, but it’s not like it’s always going to happen when you want it to.”Arnold added, “It’s perfect we have a boy and a girl. I feel like it’ll be good because boy and girl friend relationships are so much fun. They can be partners, maybe girlfriend, boyfriend, who knows.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! Memories to last a lifetime. Witney Carson celebrated the upcoming arrival of her first child alongside fellow Dancing With the Stars pro Lindsay Arnold.Arnold, 26, shared a photo on Saturday, November 14, via Instagram of herself and Carson, 27, at the baby shower. The duo smiled as they posed together with Carson cradling her baby bump.- Advertisement – “Loved celebrating this beautiful mama to be ❤️❤️ I am so happy for you @witneycarson cannot wait to meet baby boy!!” she captioned the picture. Carson commented on the post writing, “Love you linds! ❤️”The longtime pals announced their pregnancies within months of each other. Carson revealed in July that she and her husband, Carson McAllister, are expecting their first child together.“Baby McAllister coming Jan 2021!!!!! We can’t even contain our excitement and joy right now🙏🏼😭❤️,” the So You Think You Can Dance alum captioned a post that featured photos of her sonogram results and pregnancy test. “We found out together with @clearblue, which was so surreal and special! Getting our results in words made this whole thing that much more real! We love this little bean so much already and we can’t wait to start this beautiful chapter in our lives!”- Advertisement – One month later, Carson announced that she and McAllister, 27, will welcome a baby boy in January.Arnold, for her part, shared the news in May that she and her husband, Sam Cusick, are expecting their first child. Carson showed her support when she helped her DWTS costar celebrate her own baby shower in September. Arnold gave birth to her daughter, Sage, on November 2.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Thursday March 7th Local Sports

first_img== 1A semifinals yesterdayGrand View Christian 59, Montezuma 36Alburnett 39, Remsen St. Mary’s 37 DES MOINES — It’s the top-ranked team versus the top-seeded team in the Class 3A semifinals at the boys state basketball tournament today when Clear Lake faces Norwalk. The Lions finished first in the final AP poll of the year and are undefeated at 24-0. Norwalk is 21-4 but garnered the top seed in the 3A tournament. Lions coach Jeremey Ainley knows the key will be stopping Bowen Born, a 5-11 junior, whose father Mike Born played for Iowa State in the late 1980s.You can hear live and local coverage of the Clear Lake-Norwalk 3A state semifinal this afternoon starting with the pre-game at 1:30 and the tipoff scheduled for 2 o’clock on AM-1490 & 96.7-FM KRIB and In the other 3A semifinal today, Winterset takes on Oskaloosa. MASON CITY – Freshman Autam Mendez recorded her ninth double/double of the season with 26 points and 16 rebounds to help lead No. 2 NIACC to a 94-56 victory over Little Priest Tribal College Wednesday in the first round of the Region XI women’s basketball tournament in the NIACC gym, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO.It is the sixth straight season that the NIACC women’s basketball team has advanced to the regional final four. They will be seeking their sixth straight trip to the regional title game.Also for the Lady Trojans on Wednesday, freshman Mandy Willems scored 20 points with five rebounds, four steals and two assists. Freshman Jada Buford scored 14 points and freshman Hallie Reese came off the bench to score nine points and grabbed six rebounds.Top-seed NIACC (25-5 overall) hosts fifth-seed Iowa Central at 1 p.m. Saturday in the regional semifinals. The Tritons knocked off fourth-seed Iowa Lakes 64-55 in their regional opener on Wednesday.The other semifinal in the NIACC gym at 3 p.m. Saturday pits second-seed Kirkwood against third-seed DMACC. == 4A semifinals tonight6:30 — North Scott (23-1) vs. Cedar Falls (19-3)8:15 — Waukee (21-2) vs. Dubuque Senior (18-3) NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Ryan Johansen scored the lone goal in a shootout and the Nashville Predators beat Minnesota 5-4 for their second win against the Wild in three nights. Johansen also got the game-winner in the fourth round of a shootout Sunday at Minnesota. This time, he scored after Kyle Turris, Ryan Ellis and Filip Forsberg all were stopped. Ryan Donato had one last chance, only to see Predators goalie Pekka Rinne stop his shot. TODAY:AM-1490 & 96.7-FM KRIB, — 3A boys basketball state semifinal — Clear Lake vs. Norwalk — pre-game 1:30, tipoff 2:00AM-1300 KGLO — Iowa men at Wisconsin — pre-game 5:00, tipoff 6:00AM-1300 KGLO, — Region XI semifinal — NIACC men vs. Iowa Lakes — tipoff 7:00 DETROIT (AP) — Andre Drummond had 31 points and 15 rebounds as the surging Detroit Pistons beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 131-114. Drummond posted his 16th straight double-double — the second-longest streak in franchise history.center_img MORGANTOWN — It went from bad to worse for Iowa State at West Virginia last night. The Cyclones fell behind by 21 at halftime in a 90-75 loss, their fourth loss in five games.That’s ISU coach Steve Prohm. A team that a few weeks ago looked poised to make a run at the Big 12 title is now 9-8 in conference play.The Cyclones fall to 20-10 overall heading into their regular season finale against Texas Tech.Lindell Wigginton led the Cyclones with 17 points and Tyrese Haliburton added 12. MASON CITY — The Region XI men’s semifinals are tonight. 2nd-seeded NIACC will host 3rd-seeded Iowa Lakes in one of the two semifinals. The Trojans are 24-4 overall and beat Iowa Lakes both times in the regular season, 119-110 at home on January 31st, and 107-94 at Estherville on February 21st. You can hear the NIACC-Iowa Lakes game on AM-1300 KGLO and starting at 7 o’clock tonight. The other semifinal has top-seed Kirkwood hosting 4th-seed DMACC. The winner plays in the regional championship game on Saturday with the highest seed hosting. IOWA CITY — Reese Morgan says it was difficult to leave what he calls the greatest profession. The 68-year-old Morgan retired after 19 years on the Iowa football staff, the last seven as defensive line coach. He says the most difficult part was telling the players he coaches.Morgan has been involved with coaching since 1973 and feels this was the right time to step aside.Morgan was a successful high school coach in 2000 when Kirk Ferentz approached him about joining the staff.Iowa has posted a 151-91 record over the past 19 seasons that Morgan has been on staff, appearing in 16 bowl games, including 11 January contests. == 2A semifinals last nightBoyden-Hull 62, South Hamilton 59North Linn 54, Van Meter 47 == 4A quarterfinals yesterdayWaukee 48, Dowling 35Dubuque Senior 39, Iowa City West 36last_img read more

Schickel to give “State of the City” address at Mason City council meeting tonight

first_imgMASON CITY — The annual update on the condition of Mason City will be delivered by Mayor Bill Schickel at tonight’s meeting of the City Council. Mason City’s city code states that the mayor at the first regular city council meeting of each year report to the council concerning the municipal affairs of the city. Schickel says during tonight’s speech that he will be reviewing what’s taken place in Mason City in 2019, preview what’s ahead for the city in 2020 and give an update on current city projects. === The council tonight will also consider the first reading of an ordinance to establish the Reinvestment District that’s part of the River City Renaissance project. With the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board of Directors conditionally approving the city’s project as part of the Iowa Reinvestment Act, it set the commencement date for the district on January 1st of this year so it can start capturing the five-percent state hotel-motel tax and two-thirds of the state sales taxes generated inside the reinvestment district during a 20-year period. The city will use the funds to retire the debt incurred when developing the projects, with the state rebating the funds to the city on a quarterly basis. The council meets tonight at 7 o’clock in the Mason City Room of the Public Librarylast_img read more

Arsenal held by Palace as Emery’s problems increase

first_imgIt seemed Arsenal might lift the gloom from their depressing trip to Bramall Lane when they opened the scoring in the seventh minute.When Wayne Hennessey and Gary Cahill made a hash of heading clear from Nicolas Pepe’s corner, Xhaka nodded the ball down for Sokratis to fire home through a crowd of players for his first goal since April. David Luiz scored but Arsenal were still heldLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Unai Emery’s problems mounted as Arsenal blew a two-goal lead amid VAR controversy and captain Granit Xhaka feuded with fans in Sunday’s 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace.Emery was already under pressure after Arsenal slumped to a shock defeat at Sheffield United on Monday and the Gunners boss has more fires to put out following his side’s dismal capitulation at the Emirates Stadium.Arsenal were on course for victory after goals from Sokratis and David Luiz put them two up inside 10 minutes.But Luka Milivojevic started the Arsenal collapse when he converted a penalty awarded by VAR after Wilfried Zaha was initially booked for diving.Emery’s team faded in familiar fashion after that and Jordan Ayew bagged Palace’s deserved equaliser before Arsenal had a late Sokratis winner disallowed by VAR.Fifth-placed Arsenal, four points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, have won just two of their last eight Premier League games and there is a growing sense that all is not well with the club.Xhaka’s remarkable bust-up with the crowd laid bare the simmering tensions.When Xhaka was replaced by Bukayo Saka, the disliked Swiss midfielder trudged slowly to the touchline while petulantly gesticulating to the fans who had cheered his substitution and were now angrily urging him to get off the pitch quicker.Xhaka’s incredible tantrum climaxed when he ripped off his shirt and stormed straight down the tunnel to more derision from the stands.The match finished to a soundtrack of boos from Arsenal supporters who sang Mesut Ozil’s name in a pointed reference to Emery’s decision to once again leave out the German star. – Arsenal storm –Goals from set-pieces are something of a rarity for Arsenal, while Palace hadn’t conceded one from that route all season.But just two minutes later Arsenal netted again from another corner.Pepe’s delivery was glanced on by Alexandre Lacazette and, with the Palace defence slow to react, Luiz pounced with a tap-in at the far post.Lacazette nearly made it three when he controlled Kieran Tierney’s cross and swivelled for a low shot that forced Hennessey to save at full stretch.Zaha responded in the 32nd minute as the Ivory Coast winger showed why Arsenal tried to sign him in the close-season before switching their attentions to his compatriot Pepe.When Zaha tricked his way past Calum Chambers in the Arsenal area, the defender clearly stuck out a leg and tripped the Palace star.Martin Atkinson thought otherwise and booked Zaha for diving, but justice was done when a VAR review reversed the referee’s decision, awarding a spot-kick that Milivojevic stroked home with ease.Pepe went close from the edge of the area, but Palace were looking more menacing and Patrick van Aanholt’s stinging drive drew a good save from Bernd Leno.With Arsenal creaky at the back, it was little surprise that Palace equalised in the 52nd minute.Pepe complained he was fouled by Van Aanholt in the build-up, but Arsenal still had plenty of time to stop James McArthur lofting a cross towards Ayew, who peeled away from the dozing Luiz to head home.Arsenal tried to quell the storm after Xhaka’s bizarre exit, but Lacazette’s thudding effort rattled the woodwork.Sokratis thought he had won it from close-range in the 83rd minute after Lacazette flicked on Pepe’s corner.But for the second time in the match, VAR went against Arsenal as the goal was ruled out for Chambers’ foul on Milivojevic.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more