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Bulldogs Freshman Team Wraps Up Season Winners

first_imgBatesville Freshman Football team ended their season with a record of 3-4 with a win vs Connersville.Batesville was on top early going up 22-0 in the first quarter.  Hunter Hon provided the first score of the game with a 3 yard TD run. After an interception by Safety Drew McLeod, Luke Schroeder scored from 35 yards. Garren Williamson added the 2 point conversion with a catch from QB Eric Harmeyer. Schroeder added another TD, this time from 43 yards out. Christian Prickel added the 2pt conversion to give the Bulldogs a 22-0 lead.However, the Spartans rallied to come all the way back and tied the game at 22 at half. Luke Schroeder once again scored for his 3rd TD of the game from 15 yards out to give the Bulldogs a 28-22 lead. THe defense stepped up with a goal line stand and swarm of defenders led by linebacker Logan Mears. The Bulldogs sealed the game with a 92 yard TD drive. Christian Prickel, Hunter Hon, and Schroeder all added key runs for first downs. Jack Kellerman put the nail in the coffin with a 23 yard TD catch from Harmeyer to make the final score 34-22.Defensively, Josh Maple, Hunter Hon, Eykis Fullenkamp, and McLeod were also key contributors for the defense.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Eric Feller.last_img read more

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Courtney sworn in as Mayor of City of Madison

first_imgMadison, IN—In a ceremony on Monday morning, Bob Courtney was sworn in as Mayor of the City of Madison to fulfill the unexpired term of Mayor Damon Welch.  Welch unexpectedly passed away on September 25, 2019.last_img

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Another resurface project begins June 8 in Decatur County

first_imgGreensburg, IN—Work is expected to begin next week on a $2.8 million asphalt resurfacing project on S.R. 3 in Decatur County. A 9.5 mile stretch between Westport and S.R. 46 will be patched, milled and repaved starting on or after Monday, June 8. The project will be completed under lane closures with flagging.The contract was awarded to Paul H. Rohe Company and is expected to wrap up by late August. Motorists should slow down, use extra caution and drive distraction-free through all work zones. All work is weather dependent.last_img

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Escaped Okeechobee prisoner caught in Indian River County

first_imgPolice were able to apprehend an escaped prisoner, Timothy L. Howton-McLaughlin, 29, in Indian River County on Friday.The prisoner escaped the Okeechobee Correctional Institution Work Camp on Thursday afternoon while working outside. He took the Florida Department of Corrections truck and drove off .Police say a witness called in after spotting a man near 43rd Avenue and 8th Street walking barefoot.An off-duty deputy spotted the man and followed him until patrol unites showed up. Once authorities arrived the suspect immediately ran away but a K-9 was able to help catch him.Howton-McLaughlin was arrested and is serving an eight-year sentence for trafficking in stolen property and burglary.Here’s a photo of K-9 Bane, Deputy Curby’s partner who apprehended the escaped prisoner. Great job, Bane! pic.twitter.com/VXiBXglxEI— IRCSheriff (@IRCSheriff) January 24, 2020last_img read more

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Tennis News Rafael Nadal wins Montreal Masters, secures record 35th ATP Masters 1000 title

first_imgRafael Nadal won his 35th ATP Masters 1000 title.Novak Djokovic has won 33 ATP Masters 1000 title.Daniil Medvedev became the highest ranked Russian player. For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Montreal: Rafael Nadal completed a 6-3, 6-0 demolition of Russian Daniil Medvedev to win in Montreal on Sunday and extend his record haul of Masters 1000 titles. The world number two secured his 35th Masters crown, pulling clear by two in that category from Novak Djokovic, who has won 33 of the elite tournaments. Claycourt king Nadal successfully defended a hard court title for the first time in his career. “It was important to start the match in a good shape,” the 18-time Grand Slam winner said. “He came in playing so well, playing a lot of matches the last weeks,” Nadal added of Medvedev, who was runner-up to Nick Kyrgios in Washington last week.”Nadal, in contrast, had played just three hard court matches since starting his build up to the US Open this week — reaching the final on a walkover when injured Gael Monfils pulled out of their scheduled semi-final. “I played a solid match, my best of the week so far without a doubt,” Nadal said. “I did a lot of things well: changing directions, changing rhythm during the point. The slice worked well this afternoon. I think I played smart, I had a good feeling on the ball.”With all that going for him, Nadal needed just 70 minutes to subdue Medvedev, breaking the Russian four times. ‘Incredible’ Rafa The top seed, who now owns five Canadian title dating to 2005, swept the last seven games in the hardcourt blowout against his 23-year-old Russian opponent — who had never played Nadal before.”I’ve played Roger (Federer) two times, Novak (Djokovic) four times,” Medvedev said. “I knew how it was going to be, I was kind of ready for it. But I didn’t manage to probably show my best tennis. Rafa was incredible today. Congrats to him.” Despite the lopsided defeat, Medvedev was pleased with his time in Toronto. “I believe this was the best week ever,” said Medvedev, who will move up to a career high of eighth in the world on Monday, making him the highest-ranked Russian.”My level during all the matches was extremely good. I would have liked to do better today, but it happens. I will take experience from this match and try to do better next time.” For Nadal it was a third title of 2019, after clay court success at Rome and the French Open. He is due to complete his US Open preparations playing next week’s Cincinnati masters, where he’ll be seeded second behind Djokovic and ahead of No. 3 Federer.center_img highlightslast_img read more

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The Latest: Zvonareva, Siegemund win US Open women’s doubles

first_img September 11, 2020 Associated Press Vera Zvonareva and Laura Siegemund won the U.S. Open women’s doubles title in their first tournament together, beating the third-seeded duo of Xu Yifan and Nicole Melichar 6-4, 6-4.Zvonareva, a Russian who turned 36 this week, added this title to the 2006 U.S. Open title she won with Nathalie Dechy. She also was the runner-up in singles at Flushing Meadows in 2010, falling to Kim Clijsters.But she began playing less after giving birth to daughter Evelina in 2016.Xu and Melichar finished second for the second straight tournament in New York. They were runners-up at the Western & Southern Open that’s usually played in Ohio.___ Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. Open tennis tournament (all times EDT):___1:40 p.m ___More AP tennis: https://apnews.com/apf-Tennis and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports 12:30 p.m.The men’s semifinal matches will be played after the women’s doubles championship is awarded at the U.S. Open.Play began with the third-seeded team of Xu Yifan and Nicole Melichar playing the unseeded duo of Vera Zvonareva and Laura Siegemund.They were to be followed by Alexander Zverev against Pablo Carreno Busta, along with 2019 runner-up Daniil Medvedev facing No. 2 seed Dominic Thiem. None has won a Grand Slam title.Comfortable weather returned after the women’s singles semifinals were played with the Arthur Ashe Stadium roof closed Thursday night because of rain. The Latest: Zvonareva, Siegemund win US Open women’s doubleslast_img read more

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Live blog transcript of the second presidential debate

first_imgTonight, President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney met for their second presidential debate, and the Daily Trojan live blogged it. Here is the transcript. 6:11 SC: An undecided voter asks Romney how his administration would differ from Bush II’s administration. He outlines a number of points distancing himself from the disasters of the past Republican administration, emphasizing that Republicans have focused too much on big business for too long and promising to support small businesses. SC: Obama says that Romney’s only plans to compensate for the lower tax revenue under a Romney administration is to cut funding for “Big Bird and defunding Planned Parenthood.” He failed to mention that Romney plans to slash spending in multiple areas, most notably in carrying out entitlement reform. EK: First question from a first-time voter: How can you reassure me that I’ll be able to support myself after I graduate? Romney starts with a reference to his John and Abigail Scholarship in Massachusetts (What does that have to do with his potential term as president? Is he going to apply that policy across the board if elected? Seems unlikely.) He then tumbles downward into vague statements about making sure students can pay off their loans and get jobs. Here we are again, Romney. Where are the specifics? 7:31SC: Romney says he will work to make America the most attractive place for business in the world while also ensuring that our trading partners in the global market “play by the rules,” especially China. 7:24EK: Obama on gun control: If young people have opportunities, they’re less likely to engage in these kind of acts. 6:35 EK: “What is the biggest difference between you and George W. Bush?” Great question. 6:42 EK: Obama: “Romney doesn’t have a five-point plan, he has a one-point plan” that helps the wealthiest Americans and squeezes the middle class. 6:12 6:32 7:08SC: Romney corrects Obama on his claim that he supported the controversial Arizona immigration law as one that should be emulated throughout the country. Romney instead says that he supports the e-verify aspect of the legislation. 7:02EK: Obama says he’s done everything he can on his own to fix the nation’s broken immigration system. Not quite true, but it’s definitely good to remember how partisanship has impeded progress on the issue. SC: Obama calls Romney out on his promise to repeal Obamacare as hypocritical, since Romney’s healthcare reform as Massachusetts governor was basically the same. Romney has failed to substantially counter that thus far, detracting from his credibility on sticking to his word on the issue. 6:09 7:39SC: Obama: “Everyone should have a fair shot.” Romney understands that this does not mean equality of outcome, but rather equality of opportunity. Let’s hope that Romney’s perspective will win out for the next four years. 7:01EK: Romney on his immigration policy: “This is a nation of immigrants. We welcome people coming to this country as immigrants…We welcome legal immigrants.” So let’s put in place an employment verification system that will force millions of illegal immigrants who are vital to the economy to leave. 6:18 7:01SC: “We welcome legal immigrants in this country.” Romney backs this up by saying that the process of immigration needs to be streamlined within a more expedient legal process in order to allow hardworking, law-abiding individuals to make their own contributions to the US. Where he differs from Obama is that he would not reward illegal behavior, such as giving driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. 6:36 6:07 6:10 SC: Important question from a college student graduating in 2014 regarding employment after graduation. Good question, but insufficient answers from both candidates. At least both Romney and Obama are committed to maintaining grants and loans for college students. 6:43 7:35EK: Romney says he cares about 100% of the American people. We’ve heard him say that in defense of his 47% comment — tell us something NEW to debunk conceptions we already have. 6:55 EK: PS: Paul Ryan voted against Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Oh and he’s pro-life. There’s another major women and family issue. 6:46 6:44center_img SC: Romney says that some flexibility is necessary if equity in the workplace for women is to be advanced. He says there are 3.5 million more women living in poverty now than at the beginning of Obama’s term, and that employers need to be flexible to allow working mothers to get good, well-paying jobs. Obama also pledges to continue fighting discrimination in all areas should he be elected to another term. EK: Romney is not President Bush, but it’s crucial to think about what putting a Republican back in office for the next four years would mean for the country. EK: Obama makes a great analogy by comparing Romney’s tax plan to a potential investment that Romney himself, as an incredibly successful investor, would not have gone forward with. EK: Obama makes an important comment about Bush vs. Romney: Bush supported immigration reform. Romney? Self-deportation. I’d like to see him respond to that. 6:52 7:35EK: Last question of the night: “What do you believe is the biggest misperception that the American people have about you as a man and the candidate? Using specific examples, can you debunk that perception and set us straight?” 6:51 EK: Obama’s response sounds solid, but is not really what relates to students specifically. SC: Obama mentions Romney’s plan to defund Planned Parenthood for the second time in this debate… this seems a bit like a strategic attack on Romney as anti-woman rather than a sincere commitment to women’s health. EK: Both candidates give solid answers to a young woman’s question about rectifying gender inequalities in the workplace. Obama makes a key point about increasing pell grant funds (which Paul Ryan has promised to slash) for young female students and Romney a good example about making recruitment efforts while governor of Massachusetts. SC: Obama’s claim that a Romney administration would outsource jobs for tax breaks doesn’t make sense in light of Romney’s plans for fostering a better environment for business at home, including cutting start-up and capital gains taxes on small businesses. SC: There it is again. Planned Parenthood. Except this time, Obama is effectively praising George Bush for not planning to eliminate it. Time to focus on something else. 6:56 6:48 6:49 7:33EK: Obama’s realism is refreshing. There are some jobs we’re not going to get back. 7:16SC: Romney’s at first fair assessment of the attack that killed Ambassador Stevens in Libya turned negative when he accused Obama of going on campaign trips in the days following the disaster. It makes Romney look like an opportunist taking advantage of a tragedy for political gain. He might need to backtrack on that one. EK: Candy refocuses gas prices question for Obama: “Are we looking at the new normal?” He doesn’t answer her question, but does promise consistency in his gas and energy policies. 5:59 7:39EK: Obama on misconception that he believes government creates jobs. He says no true — he believes in innovation and individual initiative; that everyone should have a fair shot and play by the same rules. And finally drops 47%, which is kind of trite at this point but sure hammers a point home. EK: I get Romney’s Obama-record-bashing rhetoric, but honestly, would Romney have done any better in his shoes? Editorial director Elena Kadvany and opinion columnist Sarah Cueva will be live blogging the second presidential debate, Elena from a liberal perspective and Sarah from a conservative one. Check the Daily Trojan website and Twitter (@dailytrojan) for updates! 6:47 SC: In his rebuttal, Romney repeats that he will not cut taxes for the top 5% of income-earners but adds that he will cut taxes for the middle class, something which he did not emphasize in his initial argument. This seems a little more like a save in response to Obama’s support for middle class tax cuts than a sincere dedication to the economic health of the middle class. 7:17EK: The audience claps for the first time in response to Obama’s correction of Romney’s accusation that he didn’t call the Benghazi attack an act of terror the day after the attack. Well-deserved applause. But why are we stuck in this game of he said he said? 7:36EK: Romney is not debunking, he’s repeating. 7:37SC: Romney says that his long presence in the private sector will allow him to bring his real-life experiences to government. The perspective of a successful businessman-turned-president seems a little more promising in fixing the economy than does a second Obama turn. SC: “Let’s take advantage of the energy resources we have as well as energy resources for the future.” Romney’s plan to get America energy independent within eight years is about maximizing our energy production potential with our own resources and creating more jobs right here at home. 6:17last_img read more

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Stalled Control Bill sees Irish IBA set-up ‘DIY fund’ for fighting addiction

first_img Related Articles Share Share Irish bookmakers demand clarity on reopening orders June 17, 2020 Submit Irish bookmakers to reopen on 29 June May 28, 2020 StumbleUpon Paddy Power to reopen English & Irish betting shops in Royal Ascot week June 10, 2020 Sharon Byrne – IBAFrustration at the Irish government’s inability to reform the nation’s gambling framework has led the Irish Bookmakers Association (IBA) to form an independent trust funding gambling-harm prevention services.The fund is being developed by IBA chair Sharon Byrne, who seeks the support of national health charities in creating an Irish network for tackling and preventing gambling addictions.Speaking to The Sunday Times this weekend, Byrne detailed that Irish betting stakeholders could no longer wait for the government to implement the much debated – ‘Gambling Control Bill’.“We saw no movement on the legislation so we went the DIY route,” Bryne told The Sunday Times.The IBA chair maintains that Irish bookmakers want to be better regulated, with the nation adopting a clear mandate on betting standards and social responsibilities.Leading the IBA, Bryne details that its members should replicate standards set by the UK Gambling Commission.“There is a blueprint for what is done in the UK which our members already adhere to, so we’re going to follow that where we can. The UK is the most stringent system in many ways and we plan to be ahead of that in Ireland. That’s our motto.”Irish betting’s social context grabbed media headlines last week, as President Michael D Higgins stated his concerns related to gambling overexposure in sports.Higgins suggested that perhaps the Dáil should move to ban or restrict betting advertising through sports verticals.Furthermore, betting incumbents were criticised last month when it emerged that the Irish betting addiction helpline promoted by bookmakers had been un-manned for a significant period of time.First proposed in 2013, the ‘Gambling Control Bill’ has seen little progress on delivering its mandate, as Irish political parties disagree on the framework’s ‘General Scheme’ and the management and function of a new independent body overseeing the Irish betting sector.last_img read more

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PRESS RELEASE: Special Media Tickets for Kotoko vs Hearts League match

first_imgThe Ghana Football Association respectfully invites all media houses to apply for special media tickets for the First Capital Plus Premier League Week Six match between Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak at the Baba Yara Stadium on Saturday February 7, 2015.Radio stations who have signed up commentary right agreements with the GFA should submit names of two journalists for the special media ticket. Print media houses are to also submit two names with one being a photographer, whiles online media are to submit one name.Journalists without the special match ticket alongside the GFA accreditation card will not be allowed entry into the stadium and the press box.Requests for the special match tickets should be made by the Media house on a scanned letterhead. All requests should be sent to: (media@ghanafa.org) by 5:00 pm on Wednesday February 4, 2015.last_img read more

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Week 13 Fantasy Football Advice: Live injury updates, start ’em sit ’em chat, NFL DFS tips, more

first_imgLast call for the fantasy playoffs! Your Week 13 start ’em, sit ’em decisions could be the difference between whether you’re playing next week or sitting at home. Well, you’ll be sitting at home either way, but you get it. Fortunately, Fantasy Alarm fantasy experts Brandon Marianne Lee and Howard Bender will be here from 11 a.m. ET until early kickoffs to help. Get last-minute lineup advice, NFL DFS tips, real-time injury updates, and more! You can also join Fantasy Alarm’s traditional live chat and have all of your fantasy football start or sit questions answered.The weather forecast leaves a little something to be desired, but for the first weekend in December, it’s not horrible. There are plenty of injuries worth worrying about, including key RBs Gus Edwards, Josh Adams, and Marlon Mack (go here for updates) and key pass-catchers Jordan Reed, Stefon Diggs, and more (check here for updates). Week 13 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerFantasy Football Start ’em Sit ’em Advice Week 13Traditional live chat on Fantasy Alarm!last_img read more

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