Oldenburg Academy is soliciting nominations and accepting applications for induction into the Ammann-Brinkmoeller 2017 Athletics Hall of Fame. OASIS member and Hall of Fame organizer Mark Wilder stated “the Hall of Fame honors contributions by student-athletes, coaches, administrators and other supporters who have made broad and lasting contributions to the betterment of athletics at Oldenburg Academy.” Criteria for induction include:I. A nominee must have made a strong representation of OA Athletics on the playing field, in the classroom and in the community, upholding the highest degree of sportsmanship and OA values.II. An OA athlete who later made significant contributions as a college player, coach, or administrator.III. Candidates are not eligible until five (5) years following the completion of his/her athletic career at OA. The award may be voted posthumously.Applications are available to nominate any 2012 graduate or older on the school’s website at www.oldenburgacademy.org, under Athletics/Hall of Fame. Re-nomination of a past nominee is permitted. Deadline for application submission is August 16 and forms may be mailed to Oldenburg Academy attn. ABAHOF, P.O. Box 200, Oldenburg Indiana 47036 or emailed to Brian McFee at firstname.lastname@example.org.The award will be presented during Homecoming events on October 14th. Each nominee’s photo and induction is framed and permanently displayed in the OA Athletics Hall of Fame. Oldenburg Academy of the Immaculate Conception is a private, Catholic, college prep high school in Oldenburg, Indiana and is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis.
The Sunman-Dearborn Community School Corporation is pleased to announce Mrs. Kelly Roth as the new Principal of Bright Elementary School.Mrs. Roth is currently the Assistant Principal at North Dearborn Elementary School and the Gifted Coordinator for the school corporation. Prior to that she was a teacher at North Dearborn Elementary School.“Mrs. Roth has been an important member of the Sunman-Dearborn Community School Corporation leadership team. Mrs. Roth will take her extensive curriculum and leadership knowledge and continue many of the great things happening at Bright Elementary School and look for ways to continue to improve”, Dr. Andrew Jackson, Superintendent.The Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools Board of Trustees will meet on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 7:00 PM in the East Central High School Library to officially approve Mrs. Roth as the Bright Elementary School Principal.
“The first two games were pretty difficult (for us),” he said of the loss to Toulon, who scored tries through Bryan Habana and Delon Armitage and had 13 points from the boot of Leigh Halfpenny, and their opening reverse at Leicester. “But we’ve got four games still to go and the potential to pick up 20 points in that. “Obviously we’ve got to go away to Toulon and that’s going to be a pretty tough ask. “I suppose after the Tigers it makes it disappointing that we didn’t come out better than that. “But it’s a long season and we’ll just have to keep digging in and we’ve got to pick ourselves up.” Ulster captain Rory Best admitted the home side’s scrum had not functioned as well as had been hoped against a mighty Toulon eight. “Against a big pack like that we knew we had to move them around a bit and to do that you’ve got to get quick ball,” he said. “It’s something we’ve worked hard on and we needed returns on that but we couldn’t get the ball we wanted. “We got penalised a bit at scrum time, which we were a bit disappointed with. We felt we were better than the amount of penalties we conceded and we felt we should have had more (of a positive outcome) than that as we had the upper hand at times but we probably weren’t as neat and tidy as we’d been before.” The French side were impressive 23-13 winners at the Kingspan Stadium, putting themselves in a strong position to progress but leaving Ulster’s hopes of making the last eight appearing remote. Doak was trying to look on the bright side, however. Ulster coach Neil Doak refused to admit defeat in his side’s European campaign despite a second straight loss in Pool Three at the hands of champions Toulon. Toulon skipper Carl Hayman was clearly delighted with bagging the away win and the position it now puts his side in regarding their ultimate aim of winning the group. “There are not a lot of teams that come here and win, and for us to come here and get a victory, we’re really happy,” he said. “We knew it was going to be a tough battle and a very important part of the game. The scrum, rolling maul and breakdown is always a hotly contested part of the game – it was an area that we knew we’d have to come here and dominate. “It’s an area of our game that we try to work hard on every week – it’s the basics of rugby and we are happy to come away with the win. “The intercept from Delon (Armitage) was a real key turning point in the game that gave us breathing space. It was a crucial score at a crucial time against the wind. “We already had a good lead at half-time and we knew that we would always have to get a try in the second half. “I was really proud of the guys in defence. We talked over the last few days what we’d need to win here and we respect the Ulster team hugely for what they have done here in the previous years and their home record, so I’m really proud of the guys the way they stuck in.” Press Association
Changes in hours come just weeks after theme parks reopened. Walt Disney World in Florida will start reducing their hours on September 8.According to the calendar on its website, Magic Kingdom will close at 6 p.m. and Hollywood Studios will shut down at 7 p.m., which is an hour early than usual.Magic Kingdom will operate from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., while Hollywood Studios will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Epcot will empty out at 7 p.m., two hours sooner than they usually close. Its new hours will be 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The Animal Kingdom, which is usually open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., will be open from 9 a.m. and to 5 p.m.Hours for Disney Springs, however, remain unchanged.Last week, Walt Disney Co. announced they suffered a fiscal third-quarter loss of $3.5 billion, which they said was due to resorts and parks being closed for the entire quarter.
Officials say the robbery took place on Aug. 28 just before 4 p.m. at a BP Gas Station located at 7131 Okeechobee Rd.Video surveillance caught two women entering the gas station while wearing netted hats. One of the women had purple hair. Investigators say they held the clerk at gunpoint and demanded money.It is not known whether the woman’s purple hair was a wig or her real hair.After robbing the gas station, police say, the women had a getaway car waiting for them. The car was a silver 2019 or 2020 Hyundai Elantra driven by a man. The vehicle was last seen heading eastbound on Okeechobee Road.Fort Pierce Police DepartmentPolice spokesman Mike Jachles says the two women are described as 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-9, weighing about 130 to 150 pounds.Anyone who has information about this case, or recognizes the thieves or getaway car, should call Detective Noah Clark at 772-979-1473 or Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 800-273-TIPS (8477). Fort Pierce police are looking for two women who robbed a gas station last week.
GUWAHATI: The 48th Assam State Body Building Championship will be held at Nagaon. The decision was taken in the executive committee meeting of the Assam Body Builders & Fitness Association which was held yesterday through video conference.The meeting, presided over by working president Prasanta Bora, also took a few decisions.In a release the general secretary of the association Bhabajyoti Goswami said,”It was decided in the meeting that the next edition of Assam State Body Building Championship will be held at Nagaon. But we have not finalized the date yet. If everything turns normal within next couple of months we can host the event in December.”About the other decisions taken in the meeting Goswami said,”Due to lockdown the gyms in the state are closed for a long period and the owners, trainers along with other members of the fitness industry have been suffering a lot. So we have decided to request government of Assam to take necessary step to reopen gyms and also give compensation to all effected people related with this fitness industry of Assam.”A few vacant posts were also filled unanimously in the meeting. MLA Rupak Sharma has been nominated as vice-president while Ananta Gogoi of Biswanath District and Arup Bora of Nagaon nominated as joint secretary. On the other hand Bipul Kumar of NF Railway and Deepen Bora of Lakhimpur nominated as EC Member.Also watch: Evening Bulletin | 5th June, 2020
Leaders in politics, business and advocacy said Wednesday that the Latino community is one of the most involved in the fight for conservation during an event at the Davidson Conference Center.Policymaker · California State Senator Kevin de León discusses the role of deadlock and environomental policy on Wednesday. – Austin Vogel | Daily TrojanExperts at the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund’s “Salud, Familia, Comunidad: California Latino Voters and Our Air, Land, and Water” also said that global preservation should be a more pressing issue for state policymakers.The conference’s panel featured Sen. Kevin de León, representing California’s 22nd Senate District; Assemblyman Ricardo Lara, representing California’s 50th Assembly District; Veronica Gutierrez, vice president of local public affairs for Southern California Edison; Irma Muñoz, CEO and president of Mujeres de la Tierra; and Marta Segura of Diverse Strategies for Organizing, Inc.Other featured commentators included Sarah Rose, CEO of the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund; Ben Tulchin, president of Tulchin Research; and moderator Victor Griego of the Diverse Strategies for Organizing, Inc.While introducing the panel, Rose said that the state can improve its current environmental policies.All the panelists agreed that California needs to become more active in its policies regarding the preservation of the earth, but also that Latinos serve as one of the most active communities regarding these issues.Lara, a state representative, emphasized the effect of environmental issues on Latino communities. Latinos in Southeast Los Angeles had an 80 percent chance of contracting some sort of cancer, Lara said. Children in Latino communities are forced to play in the street because there are no parks and water is not affordable, he said.According to a study from the CLCV Education Fund that looks at the environmental attitudes of California Latino voters, 90 percent said they believe that protecting the environment and creating jobs are not exclusive. Additionally, 66 percent refer to themselves as conservationists.Veronica Gutierrez places her faith in the various communities with agriculture backgrounds who immigrated to the United States. She referred to Latinos as the “original folk with the reusable bag,” arguing that Latinos come from a history of farming and agriculture, and understand more than most the importance of conserving our natural resources.Some of the issues that Latinos list as important in the CLCV survey include water pollution, renewable energy, energy conservation, toxic pollution resulting in disease and conserving fish and wildlife habitats.Concerns from the Latino community seem to be substantiated by recent data. According to Executive Summary from the California League of Conservation Voters, 25 percent of Latinos in California have at least one household member suffering from asthma.“We’re speaking different languages at times, but we all want the same thing — we want clean air and clean water,” said de León.
Though the crack epidemic is associated with the 1980s, former drug trafficker Rick Ross said the epidemic still affects people today.Ross spoke Wednesday about the history of the crack epidemic and its current impact on society at a discussion hosted by the Gould School of Law.Jody Armour, professor of law,who hosted the event with former prosecutor Antonio J. Moore, kicked off the speech, “White Reign; the Rise and Fall of a Crack Empire,” by summarizing a report by Secretary of State John Kerry.“The crack plague was the product of certain foreign policy priorities taking precedence over drug enforcement priorities,” Armour said. “That’s what was found in the Kerry report in 1987.”Ross said that it was opportunity that separates him from the people he knew in prison.“When I left prison, I had tears in my eyes because I was glad to come home,” Ross said, “but then I left friends [in prison] that I know were no worse of a person than I was and that the only reason that I was getting out was because the police just did not catch me right.”Ross said the lack of job opportunities in South Central during the 1980s contributed to a rise in drug dealing.“They are usually the guys who are willing to take a chance —trailblazers, almost,” Ross said. “Because, without that drive and without that energy, you will not do good in selling drugs.”Armour said the crack epidemic in the United States was based on international conflicts in the 1980s between the U.S. and Nicaragua. Armour said the CIA helped to support a counter-revolutionary group in Nicaragua — the Contras — and used cocaine trade to support their efforts.Armour also said this initial support of the drug trade was not meant to target the black community.“What you had was a decision made that national security interests were more important than drug enforcement interests,” Armour said. “That’s because there is no personal animist against black America, rather it’s concern for the greater good.”Ross said that since his release from prison, he has been using the same business skills he developed as a drug dealer to start new legitimate businesses, such as launching a T-shirt company and making a documentary.“It is unbelievable how well the same type of skills work,” Ross said.Though Ross has served his prison sentence, he is concerned about the current punishments for drug dealers.“I believe that it is high time to say, ‘You know what, these guys have been in prison long enough for non-violent crimes,’” Ross said. “It’s time to cut their sentences, and we should make it retroactive. We should not be punishing guys who have committed non-violent crimes.”
On 3rd April 2018, Cristiano Ronaldo scored an audacious bicycle kick to help Real Madrid beat Juventus in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League.The former Real Madrid star single-handedly demolished The Old Ladies of Turin with two goals but it was his second on the night that stands out in history.Ronaldo had put Los Blancos in front on the 3rd minute and became the first player in history to score in 10 consecutive UEFA Champions League goals.Juventus had chances to equalize as their fans raved and cheered them on to find the net.Then in the 64th minute of the game, Spanish international, Dani Carvajal lifted a cross to the Portuguese who rose to meet the cross in the most spectacular way to Juventus fans and the rest of sporting world in awe.The night to could only get worse for the home side as they shipped in three goals without response.To make matters worse, Paulo Dybala got himself sent off for a challenge on Carvajal.Juventus, however, won the return leg by 3-1 but lost on an overall aggregate of 4-3 to end their hopes of winning yet another UCL trophy.Ronaldo now plays for Juventus after he joined the Italian outfit for a reported transfer fee of £105 million.Watch Ronaldo’s goal here:
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena- Habitat for Humanity of Northeast Michigan is throwing a quilt raffle in honor of Shelter Awareness month. Each Friday, the group will draw a winner of a quilt made by local quilters. The proceeds from this raffle will help build new homes for those in need and continue to help the organization live out their mission. The idea came from Habitat ReStore Manager Nichole Keyes.Tickets are available at the ReStore during their daily hours and at the Alpena Alcona Area Credit Union off of Bagley St. every Friday in the month April.APRIL 6th WINNER: CASSIE STOPPAApril 13th WINNER: SHIRLEY SOMERSApril 20th WINNER: KELLIE REDDIEAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Toddlers Get Major Surprise With Local PNC VisitNext Michigan Native’s Life Forever Changed Due to ‘Distracted Driving’