Mayor Mike Bettice to hold State of the City address

first_imgBATESVILLE, Ind. — Mayor Mike Bettice will present his State of the City Address on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Batesville Middle School Commons, 201 N. Mulberry Street, Batesville.This informative meeting will review the City’s 2016 Finances, the 2017 Budget and include a discussion on future projects and initiatives.This meeting is open to the public.More information can be found on the city’s website, or by contacting the Mayor’s office, 812-933-6100.last_img read more

Messi-chasing pitch invader faces stiff punishment

first_img Loading… The invader himself, who has been reported as a French national resident in Mallorca, attempted to play down the severity of his actions, while lamenting that he did not manage to keep a photo of Barca’s No. 10. “It was a great experience, I jumped over a two-metre fence,” he told COPE to explain how he gained entry to a game which, like all matches currently taking place in Spain, was played behind closed doors. “My dream is to have a photo with Messi, I went for him, I took some photos and the police forced me to delete them.” read also:Messi caps Barcelona win over Mallorca on La Liga return Barcelona led 2-0 at the time of the interruption, with early goals from Arturo Vidal and Martin Braithwaite ensuring a brilliant start to La Liga’s return for the table-toppers. And there was more to come after the invasion, as Jordi Alba and Messi himself compounded Mallorca’s grief with two further strikes to seal a 4-0 win on the Balearic island. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 La Liga has promised to take legal action against a pitch-invading fan who sought a photo with Lionel Messi during Saturday’s clash between Mallorca and Barcelona. The game, Barca’s first since La Liga was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic back in March, had reached its 54th minute when the interruption occurred. A young fan decked in a Messi Argentina shirt burst onto the pitch at the Estadio Son Moix and attempted to close in on the superstar before being intercepted and ushered away by security. And the governing body is taking the incident extremely seriously, slamming the invader and promising to act against him with the full force of the law. “La Liga will file the appropriate legal action, considering that this was a criminal act,” it signalled in a statement released on Sunday. “La Liga would also like to express its absolute condemnation of this kind of behaviour, which puts in risk the health of others and the integrity of our competition.Advertisement Promoted Content7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With9 Most Disturbing Movie DystopiasWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?last_img read more

Harris follows quick heat showing with Shenandoah Speedway win

first_imgBy Jim HainesSHENANDOAH, Va. (July 11) – After his heat race, it was plain to see Jerald Harris was fast and a definite threat to win Saturday’s Virginia Sprint Series main event at Shenandoah Speedway.Harris stayed on pace all night to score another pavement victory and his first IMCA Eagle Motor­sports RaceSaver Sprint Car tour win since May 2.Bill Rice and Tony Harris paced the field to green. Rice was out first with Tony Harris in tow but by lap five Jerald Harris was on the charge, making his way to second and was all over Rice.Rice was getting tight, causing him to go high, and Harris turned left and went under him and to the front.That was the race as Harris cruised to the win one of many at Shenandoah Speedway. Tom Hum­phries, a two-time winner earlier this season at Shenandoah, and Brian Lawson were scored next.Feature results – 1. Jerald Harris; 2. Tom Humphries; 3. Brian Lawson; 4. French Grimes; 5. Tony Harris; 6. Bill Rice; 7. Anthony Linkenhoker; 8. Andrew Wroten; 9. Chris Ware; 10. Ron Mo­yers.last_img read more

Condon: Trip to suit Aspect

first_img Press Association Condon said: “I’m very happy with her. She won a Listed race over an inadequate trip at Tipperary and she will be more comfortable over seven furlongs. “I think she has improved since, but she will need to if she is to be involved. She is in good form and I’m expecting her to run well. “I booked Johnny on Wednesday when I knew Shane Foley wouldn’t be available.” Foley will partner Glassatura for his boss Mick Halford, a filly who made a winning debut at the Curragh before finishing fourth in a Listed heat at Naas. Halford said: “She is in good form, she’s had a nice break since her last run. She has been working well and I’m hoping for a good run.” As is so often the case, the contest is dominated by Aidan O’Brien. The master of Ballydoyle has saddled eight previous Debutante winners and is this year represented by Tapestry (Joseph O’Brien), Minorette (Michael Hussey) and Perhaps (Seamie Heffernan). The field is completed by Paul Deegan’s Avenue Gabriel. The daughter of Haatef came right back to five furlongs to claim the Listed Tipperary Stakes a month ago, her second career win from four juvenile appearances. She will be partnered by Johnny Murtagh as she faces six opponents at Group Two level this weekend. center_img Ken Condon believes a step up to seven furlongs will bring out the best in Sacred Aspect in the Friarstown Stud Debutante Stakes at the Curragh.last_img read more

Cricket News IPL 2020: Delhi Capitals Trade Trent Boult To Mumbai Indians, Rajpoot To Play For RR

first_imgNew Delhi: Indian Premier League (IPL) Franchise Delhi Capitals have traded New Zealand pacer Trent Boult for Mumbai Indians in next year’s Indian Premier League while domestic pacer Ankit Rajpoot will represent Rajasthan Royals after they were successfully traded by their respective franchises.According to an IPL statement, Boult will play for Mumbai Indians after being traded by his current team Delhi Capitals, while Rajpoot has been traded successfully by Kings XI Punjab.Boult made his IPL debut in 2014 and played for Delhi Capitals in the 2018 and 2019 season. He has 38 IPL wickets from 33 games.Also Read | This Australian Legspinner Gets Superb Hat-Trick In Sheffield Shield ClashRajpoot, a right-arm fast bowler who joined KXIP in 2018, has played 23 IPL matches and has 22 wickets in his kitty.Rajpoot put in one of the most memorable bowling performances ever when he claimed 5 for 14 in a league game in the 2018 season against Sunrisers Hyderabad. He is the only uncapped player to claim a five-wicket haul in the IPL. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

FB : SU commit Broyld charged with public lewdness

first_imgAshton Broyld, a Syracuse commit in its incoming class, appeared in court Wednesday on a charge of public lewdness for his actions following a high school basketball game on March 9. He pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charge, said Monroe County assistant public defender J.B. Afoh-Manin, who is representing Broyld.‘Our goal is to resolve this case in as fair and expedient way as possible,’ Afoh-Manin said in a phone interview Wednesday evening.According to an article on Wednesday from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle’s website, Broyld’s charge stems from his actions after Rush-Henrietta’s men’s basketball team lost a playoff game to Irondequoit on March 9.‘The complaint states that Broyld dropped his pants, exposed himself and made lewd gestures and remarks after the game,’ according to the article.Last Saturday, Syracuse held a practice and scrimmage in Rochester, N.Y., at Sahlen’s Stadium. After practice, SU head coach Doug Marrone addressed Broyld’s status. Sue Edson, SU assistant director of athletics for communications, said Wednesday that Marrone’s stance on Broyld has not changed since Saturday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘I’ve talked to Ashton,’ Marrone said after Saturday’s practice. ‘I’ve talked to the family, people at the school. We are well aware of the situation. It is a private matter. We expect Ashton, as well as the rest of our signees, who have work ahead of them to do. But we expect all of them to be a part of Syracuse University in the summer.’Broyld won the New York State Class AA player of the year award in football after helping Rush-Henrietta to a state championship in the Carrier Dome. The quarterback was rated a three-star recruit by said he has been in contact with officials at Syracuse, including Kevin Van Derzee, SU director of football operations.‘They just want to be kept abreast of the process of the case,’ Afoh-Manin said about SU. ‘I’ve heard positive feedback from the Syracuse University football program.’According to an article in The Daily Orange published March 29, Broyld apologized for his own actions two weeks ago through a personal statement.Rush-Henrietta released its own statement after the incident, describing the behavior of an unnamed student as ‘completely unacceptable,’ according to the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle article.Afoh-Manin said the 19-year-old Broyld has no criminal history, and this is the first criminal charge in his life. He said the next step for Broyld will be a pretrial conference, which will take place April 27.‘We expect this case to be resolved in fair fashion,’ Afoh-Manin said. ‘We’re not looking to seek any personal treatment. We’re just looking for fair treatment for my client.’ Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on March 30, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Mark: | @mark_cooperjrlast_img read more

Former Tipp captain unconvinced about new club structure

first_imgA former Tipperary All Ireland winning captain remains unconvinced that the new club structure planned for next year will work.Club games are pencilled in for April and August in the Premier County in 2018.However Holycross Ballycahill coach Declan Carr says it could lead to problems for players, clubs and possibly the county team as well. Photo: Stephen Gleesonlast_img

Chad take gamble by appointing Rigobert Song as new boss

first_imgFormer Cameroon captain Rigobert Song has been named the new coach of Chad by the country’s football federation.The 39-year-old centre-half, who won the Africa Cup of Nations twice, replaces sacked Emmanuel Tregoat.An enigma, Song won a record 137 international caps for the Indomitable Lions between 1993 and 2010. He played in four World Cup finals and eight Nations Cup finals.Song had a fairly illustrious club career that spanned several European clubs including FC Metz, Liverpool, West Ham United, Galatasaray and Trabzonspor.His first order of business will be to lead the team against Egypt in a World Cup qualifying double header next month. They will host the Pharaohs in the first leg on November 14 before playing the second leg three days later in Cairo.Chad reached the second round of the World Cup qualifiers on the away goal rule following a 2:2 aggregate draw with Sierra Leone. They are currently bottom of their 2017 Nations Cup qualifying group after two losses away to Nigeria and at home to Egypt.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Vandenburgh, U.S. 160-81 road construction nears completion; Lincoln, Cherry, 3rd Street Bridge getting started

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — There will be less and less orange traffic cones in Wellington as three major road construction projects within the city limits are nearing completion. But three other road projects are about to begin.The road projects at Vandenburgh, U.S. 160-81 directly south of Vandenburgh, and the widening of U.S. 160 north of the Wellington High School are tentatively to be completed by mid-November. The U.S. 160-81 section from 11th Street to 14th Street  – the Subway Sandwich Shop area – could be reopened by next Monday!But while these three projects are wrapping up, three others are about to begin. Lincoln Street from Woodlawn to the Compost Site is about to begin its 150-days of construction. There are also new road construction project at Cherry Street – a road north of Countryside Motors – and the Third Street Bridge which is north of the railroad tracks.Here is a latest update on the road projects in Wellington:Vandenburgh Wellington City Manager Gus Collins is anticipating that the reconstruction of Vandenburgh, a diagonal road linking the U.S. 160-81 Pizza Hut Intersection to the North side of A Street near the Industrial Park,  could be completed by mid-November – weather permitting. Traffic will be allowed on the road by the first week of November.•All pavement has been installed up to the northernmost AFM driveway – approximately 3,000 square yards remain.•Construction crews of Pavers Inc. and the city of Wellington are currently constructing curb and valley guttering for storm water runoff.•Valley gutters, driveway approaches and clean-up will allow traffic on the roadway with temporary pavement markings by the first week of November.U.S. 160 from Day to Boundary Street•The asphalt base has been paved to support the widening of the road.•Cornejo Construction is currently finishing the concrete approaches to the high school and the businesses in the construction zone.•Cornejo has started excavating for the sidewalk that will stretch from Woodlawn Ave. to Boundary Road.•The mill and overlay is beginning on existing roadway. All major construction items will be completed by the end of October.•Pavement markings and seeding will extend into November.G Street from 11th to 14th Street•Construction Crews have poured the new curbs and driveway approaches.•Set baskets, rebar/wire and forms for roadway were completed on Oct. 10.•The concrete for the entire stretch of Phase II should be poured and shaped last Friday.•One week cure for new concrete is scheduled to end this Friday.Lincoln Street paving and drainage improvements•The project will stretch from Woodlawn Ave. to Arthur — by the Wellington compost site — and Lincoln Street north to Harvey.•The project will take approximately 150 days over a five month period.•Lincoln will be closed to traffic to be detoured from Boundary Road along Burlington North Santa Fe property, west to 4th Street and 4th Street to Fair Street and back to Lincoln.•Utility relocations will be required in construction. The start date will be determined in upcoming reconstruction meeting. 3rd Street Bridge•Bid letting begins on Oct. 16, 2013 where the city would remove the existing bridge and replace it with a box culvert bridge.•Eight-inch water main, electric utility pole, AT&T infrastructure and Kansas Gas Service distribution pipeline are to be relocated in the area.•The start date and construction details will be pending after the acceptance of winning bid and pre-construction meeting.Cherry Street projectDetails of this project will be featured in a separate story once we get information available on the project. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Thank you for your input. +3 Vote up Vote down Nonya · 356 weeks ago all of these was so overdue and they are looking great so far Report Reply 0 replies · active 356 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down notlla · 356 weeks ago How about some of that ,South of railroad tracks. We pay taxes to. Report Reply 0 replies · active 356 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. 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McCutchen eager to be back with Pirates

first_imgIn this March 17, 2013 file photo, Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen smiles after batting practice before an exhibition spring training baseball game against the New York Yankees in Bradenton, Fla. McCutchen arrived at Pirates spring training early. The defending National League MVP is only too anxious to get on with an encore. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File)BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) — Andrew McCutchen was almost as busy this winter as he was last season, when he helped the Pittsburgh Pirates reach the National League playoffs.McCutchen batted .317 and set career highs with 38 doubles and a .404 on-base percentage. The center fielder earned his third straight All-Star berth, won his second Silver Slugger and was the NL Most Valuable Player.Days after picking up the MVP award, McCutchen flew to the West Coast to be a presenter at the American Music Awards. He played in Shane Victorino’s charity golf tournament in Maui, Hawaii. Back in Los Angeles in December, McCutchen proposed to his girlfriend, Maria, on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”After all that, McCutchen was happy to return to his native Florida and the relative calm of spring training. The Pirates held their first full-squad workout Tuesday.“I had way more distractions this year,” McCutchen said. “It was a quick offseason, but it was fun. I knew the quicker my offseason, the quicker the season starts and the quicker I’ll get married. That’s fine with me, so I embraced it.”The early part of McCutchen’s offseason was a whirlwind of appearances related to his status as reigning MVP. He’s the sixth Pirates player to win the award and received 28 of a possible 30 first-place votes.But after his appearance on “Ellen,” McCutchen’s image as a baseball star also became that of a soon-to-be-married man.“I wasn’t surprised,” McCutchen said with a laugh. “I knew that after I proposed to her, people would totally forget about the MVP award. That’s as it should be.”However, McCutchen is all business now that spring training is under way. As usual, he came to camp with a personal to-do list that he shared with manager Clint Hurdle.“We get his thoughts on the work he’s done this winter and where his focus is this spring, and we’ll see if it matches up,” Hurdle said. “Every year I’ve been here, it pretty much has. Andrew usually comes with a couple focus points. His game continues to get better and more consistent. He sets the bar pretty high for himself.”This is McCutchen’s ninth spring training. He turned 27 on Oct. 10, the day after the Pirates were eliminated from the NL Division Series.As he’s become one of the game’s rising stars, McCutchen also is the “old man” of what could eventually be one of the most athletic outfields in the majors.Starling Marte (23 years old) will start in left field and top prospect Gregory Polanco (22) is expected to take over in right field at some point this season.“It will be a little different, being the older guy of the bunch,” McCutchen said. “I’m still young. They’re just younger.”Polanco will likely start the season at Triple-A Indianapolis, although management wants to give him a long look in camp. Tall, strong and lean, Polanco has dynamic speed and is still developing what scouts say should be plus power at the plate.“I watch (McCutchen) a lot because he plays the right way,” Polanco said. “I watch how he acts on the field, how he works, everything. I look at what he does, the different things, and see what will work for me. He’s like a teacher.”Notes: LHP Francisco Liriano was selected the Pirates’ opening day starter. Liriano was the NL Comeback Player of the year after going 16-8 with a 3.02 ERA. He started the 2009 season opener for the Minnesota Twins. … Josh Harrison was the only player who did not report in time for the Pirates’ first full-squad workout Tuesday. Harrison’s wife had a baby last week, so the team gave him an extra day to arrive.last_img read more