Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews Rosamund Lebruin re-elected as Chairperson of Loubiere/Madrelle/Fond Baron/Wallhouse/Castle Comfort Village Council by: – August 17, 2011 141 Views no discussions Tweet Share Share Chairperson Rosamund Lebruin standing with Councillors Danna Delsol, Rhoda James in the front row. In the second row are Councillors; Kathleen Jno. Baptiste, Cathy Moise, Clayton Monroe, Derwin Peltier and Hypolite Thomas Jr.The Council held its ninth inaugural meeting earlier today under the patronage of His Excellency Dr. Nicholas Liverpool and several other cabinet officials. The newly elected council members took their oath of office and were presented with credentials at today’s inaugural meeting.Mrs. Lebruin who served as Chairperson for the past three years noted that some of the council’s achievements focused on youth and the elderly; she also highlighted a few of the projects undertaken by the council including the repair and restoration of the Resource Centre and the completion of the concrete pavement of the portion of the Madrelle to Everton road which served as a temporary bypass during the rehabilitation of the Loubiere to Grand Bay road. Mrs Lebruin also emphasized that in the near future the Council will focus its efforts on the construction of this bypass which will facilitate residents of the area.According to Mrs. Lebruin, the council intends to undertake two other projects geared at improving public health and safety of its residents in this new term.She stated that “In the new term we hope to see the construction of a side walk between the two bridges in the village which will facilitate the elderly members of our community and enhance the safety of the people who walk in the area to attend church service and visit friends and neighbors. There is also need for a new public convenience which will benefit many of our community members and improve public health in the area.”In related news, Parliamentary Representative for the Roseau South Constituency Honourable Ambrose George admonished the council to take their meetings out of their office in an effort to meet with the various residents within their jurisdiction. He emphasized that one of the ways of achieving a working relationship with all the communities within the catchment area in terms of its jurisdiction was by seeking to move Council meetings from time to time from the Council office and take those meetings to some of those communities.Meantime, Honourable Rayburn Blackmoore who represented the Prime Minister congratulated the councilors and expressed his highest esteem for people who serve in local government organizations and urged the villagers to not only cooperate with them, but to also encourage them.The Pointe Michel Cultural Group provided entertainment to the inaugural meeting with popular renditions like “Sans Poser” and a medley of ring games.Here are a few photographs of today’s proceedings: [nggallery id = 66]Dominica Vibes News
The congressmen, according to Go, muststart the ball rolling on the controversial issue, which has been pendingdespite 11 proposal from the lawmakers. “Dapatna rin nilang i-tackle ito sa lower House. Sa congressmen, justvote according to your conscience,” Go said. “Dapat na rin nilang i-tackle ito sa lower House. Sa congressmen, just vote according to your conscience,” says Sen. Christopher “Bong” Go. SEN.BONG GO/FACEBOOK MANILA – Sen. Christopher “Bong” Go hasurged members of the House of the Representatives to start tackling the franchiserenewal application of broadcast network ABS-CBN. “Maslalo nating pinapatagal, mas lalongumiinit ang issue. Pag-usapan ninyo.Ito namang proseso, ‘pag-usapan ninyo then ipapadala dito sa Senado,”he added. “Antayinna lang po natin sa mga susunod na araw kung ano po ang magiging desisyon atsentimyento ng Presidente. But knowing the President, hindi naman siya vindictive atparati niyang sinasabi na vote according to your conscience at unahin ang Pilipino,” Go said. Go said solons should just let Dutertedecide whether or not to veto the bill extending ABS-CBN’s franchise foranother 25 years. He added the President will express his stand on the issuesoon. House of Representatives Speaker AlanPeter Cayetano earlier said the House isn’t in a rush to hear ABS-CBN’sfranchise application since the network can still operate until 2022./PN
Roell Throws Two-Hit Shutout As Bulldogs Defeat Franklin County.Batesville Senior Alex Roell did not allow a single run as the Bulldogs defeated Franklin County 5-0 on Thursday. Roell allowed just two hits and induced a groundout from the Wildcats’ Grant Smith to end the game.Roell earned the win for the Bulldogs, which makes him 5-1 with a 1.23 ERA on the season. He pitched a complete game seven innings, giving up zero runs, and two hits. Blake Ripperger took the loss for Franklin County. He threw seven innings, giving up five runs, six hits, and striking out six.The Bulldogs had six hits in the game. Senior Zach Britton had two hits (both of them doubles), while Sophomore Trey Heidlage had two hits (a single and a double).The win makes the Bulldogs 14-8 overall with a 7-2 record (2nd place) in the EIAC. Batesville will play Greensburg and Jac-Cen-Del in a Round Robin this Saturday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Justin Tucker.
Batesville, IN—Hillrom announced last week actions it is taking to support customers and caregivers with critical care products necessary to meet COVID-19 patient needs.Hillrom’s business operations continue with no interruption as demand for several critical products has grown substantially with the growing health issues globally. The company is working to significantly ramp up production of its products such as Life2000 non-invasive ventilator, as well as ICU and med-surg smart beds, with the goal of more than doubling capacity. Hillrom was recently recognized for its work during a national press conference by the Trump administration.
Jackson County– The Indiana State Police are investigating a multiple-vehicle crash that claimed the life of a Seymour, Indiana man.Friday, afternoon Indiana State Troopers along with Deputies from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and Brownstown Officers, responded to US 50 in front of Schneider Nursery near County Road 260 E for a report of multiple vehicles involved in a crash. Upon arrival, responders found that five vehicles had been involved with several subjects receiving injuries.The initial investigation by Troopers revealed that Herschel Williams, 81, of Seymour, Indiana driving a 2014 Ford F150, was traveling eastbound on US 50 when for unknown reasons his vehicle crossed the center line and struck the driver’s side of a 2018 Chevy Equinox driven by Brandy Schafstall, 45, of Seymour. The impact caused the Equinox to overturn once coming to rest on its wheels. Williams’ vehicle then continued eastbound, where it struck a 2007 Chevy Silverado, driven by Seth Zike, 40, of Brownstown, head-on causing the Silverado to overturn and come to rest on its top in the ditch.A 2005 Chevy Equinox, driven by Haley Godsey struck a guardrail while avoiding Schafstall’s vehicle that had come to rest in the middle of the roadway. A 2001 Toyota truck was damaged by debris in the roadway while trying to avoid the other vehicles involved in the crash.Jackson County EMS transported Schafstall to Schneck Medical Center, where she was treated and evaluated for non-life-threatening injuries. Zike and three other passengers in his vehicle were transported by Jackson County EMS for treatment of their injuries. Herschel Williams was transported to Schneck Medical Center, where he was then pronounced deceased by the Jackson County Coroner’s Office.
LEFT-arm seamers David Willey and Reece Topley have been named in England’s 14-man squad for the three one-day internationals against Ireland.Willey last played for England in May 2019 before being left of their World Cup squad, while Topley, who has struggled with stress fractures, has not featured since February 2016.The series begins on Thursday.“We are developing excellent strength in depth in white-ball cricket,” said selector James Taylor.England squad: Eoin Morgan (Middlesex) captain, Moeen Ali (Worcestershire), Jonny Bairstow (Yorkshire), Tom Banton (Somerset), Sam Billings (Kent), Tom Curran (Surrey), Liam Dawson (Hampshire), Joe Denly (Kent), Saqib Mahmood (Lancashire), Adil Rashid (Yorkshire), Jason Roy (Surrey), Reece Topley (Surrey), James Vince (Hampshire), David Willey (Yorkshire)Reserves: Richard Gleeson (Lancashire), Lewis Gregory (Somerset), Liam Livingstone (Lancashire)England are without World Cup winners Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Joe Root, Jofra Archer, Jos Buttler and Mark Wood as they prepare for the three-Test series against Pakistan that starts on 5 August.All-rounder Moeen Ali will be vice-captain in Buttler’s absence and Paul Collingwood will be charge of the team with head coach Chris Silverwood also concentrating on Test cricket.Willey has taken 52 ODI wickets in 46 games at an average of 36.32, while Topley took 16 wickets in 10 matches at 25.62.The series will see the launch of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League which will determine qualification for the 2023 World Cup, with the top seven teams automatically booking their spot at the tournament in India.SERIES SCHEDULEFirst ODI: Thursday 30 July, Ageas BowlSecond ODI: Saturday 1 August, Ageas BowlThird ODI: Tuesday 4 August, Ageas Bowl.(BBC Sport)
The result is the same nearly every day after practice when Carmen Tyson-Thomas looks up at the scoreboard.When the first-unit blue team and second-unit orange team face each other at the end of practice, the result rarely wavers. One team is dominant.And it isn’t the first unit.Tyson-Thomas leads an energized second unit that often beats the first unit by double figures.“We’ve established that the orange team is, what I like to call, the better practice team,” Tyson-Thomas said. “We haven’t lost in about two weeks or three weeks straight.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThree weeks into the season, head coach Quentin Hillsman’s bench has accounted for 43 percent of the team’s total points and has outscored the starters in three of six games. Syracuse’s (6-0) reserves will look to contribute again when the Orange squares off against Dartmouth (1-3) at 7 p.m. Thursday in Leede Arena in Hanover, N.H.Hillsman has placed added emphasis on wreaking havoc in the backcourt and forcing turnovers this season. His 1-2-2 press has worked impeccably, as the Orange has forced 24 turnovers per game.Many teams would struggle to apply such constant, unremitting pressure and avoid getting fatigued. With what he has called an extremely potent and high-energy bench, though, Hillsman doesn’t need to worry about overplaying Kayla Alexander, Elashier Hall and the rest of the starters.Tyson-Thomas, Rachel Coffey and Pachis Roberts are right there to jump in and provide an instant spark — sometimes even a boost, if the first unit is struggling.“It’s who’s hot and who’s playing well,” Hillsman said. “The way we play they have to get off their feet. We have to continuously rotate players into the game. A lot of it is out of necessity, because we have to keep pressing and play fast.”Hillsman said players who have started in the past have bought into the role of coming off the bench, paving the way for freshmen Brittney Sykes, Brianna Butler and Cornelia Fondren to start.“I think the unselfishness on this team is what’s going to be the biggest difference in us going far in this season,” Hillsman said. “If we’re going to press up and run, we have to play 10 or 11 players every night.”Hillsman has put together ideal rotations seamlessly so far, mixing and matching different lineups and subbing players in and out frequently.Short stints on the court are inevitable with such a deep team, yet Hillsman relies heavily on the fact that players buy into the system.And so far they have.“I don’t know if orange is ever gonna start, but I know every time we get in the game we turn it up,” Tyson-Thomas said. “We bring that extra energy every time we go on the court in practice, and that’s all we can do in the game.”In Syracuse’s 80-39 win over St. Joseph’s, the bench exploded for 41 points, outscoring SU’s starters. Tyson-Thomas sparked the Orange, dropping 23 points and snagging 11 rebounds.The bench hasn’t only been helpful in lopsided games, though. Syracuse faced two formidable Atlantic Coast Conference teams in the San Juan Shootout in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, last weekend. The Orange came away with two wins in extremely close games, thanks in large part to consistent production from the bench.Against Virginia, 12 players earned minutes for Hillsman. For the Cavaliers, meanwhile, only eight players saw action. Virginia stars Kelsey Wolfe and China Crosby each played more than 32 minutes.No one played more than 30 minutes for Syracuse, and Hall and Alexander had fresh legs in the final stretch.“It helps us so much when starters may not be clicking,” Hall said. “We have people that can step in for us.”That ability to step in during crunch time and play key minutes all starts in practice. Tyson-Thomas said she tries to represent the orange team whenever possible, and she knows which practice team is better.“It’s just about what team’s going to grind more,” Tyson-Thomas said. “I’m going to represent orange. Our practice team always wins.” Comments Published on November 28, 2012 at 11:10 pm Contact Trevor: firstname.lastname@example.org | @TrevorHass Facebook Twitter Google+
The 22-year-old is on 6-under par and is hoping that he’ll be able to keep focused on his own game… When the third round does get underway this morning, Greystones amateur Paul Dunne will be the leading Irishman. Padraig Harrington will resume on 3-under par while Graeme McDowell is level par. Of the other Irish players in the weekend field… The American will resume on 10-under par when he returns to the par-five 14th this morning – holding a one-shot advantage over clubhouse leader, Danny Willett of England. Darren Clarke will also have to complete this round today – he’s two-under through 13 which means that he’s 1-under for the tournament.
A group of English football fans have been injured in a late-night clash in Rome ahead of a Europa League match.At least nine Britons and one American were hurt when masked assailants attacked a pub in the Italian capital, according to police.The Britons were in the country to support Tottenham Hotspur who are due to play Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico on Thursday night.They were set upon by knife-wielding “Ultras” – fanatical fans – when they were enjoying a drink at The Drunken Ship pub, according to reports.Blood stained the cobblestones outside the bar, chairs and bits of wood were strewn across the floor, and windows were broken.Briton Ashley Mills was stabbed and was in serious condition, police said, and the American was also stabbed. “We understand from local police that nine of our supporters suffered injuries last night following an incident in the city centre. Three of these supporters were taken to hospital for further treatment,” said a statement from a Spurs spokesman.Police said around 50 Italians were involved in the assault, and that some had been arrested.The aggressors, who were believed to be Lazio fans, had their faces covered by motorcycle helmets or scarves when they launched their assault shortly after 1am.Italian newspaper La Repubblica described the clashes as “urban warfare” and reported that up to 100 “Ultras” armed with knives, baseball bats and belts had taken part in the attack.Witness Giuseppe Tamborra said: “I saw four people lying on the ground, one with his forehead cut open from here to here, probably with a stool taken from the bar. “The Italians were very organised, with helmet, bats, even balaclavas,” he said.The Drunken Ship, a popular drinking spot for tourists and foreign students, is located in the Campo de Fiori — one of the most visited squares in the Italian capital’s historic centre.The square features a colourful food market and a vibrant nightlife, and the American-owned bar is renowned for its lively atmosphere.There was no response from the pub on Thursday morning.A Foreign Office spokesman confirmed they are investigating the clash.
The Nelson Leafs busted out of an early season offensive slump in a big way Friday night at the NDCC Arena.Ryan Cooper finished with five points as the Leafs pounded visiting Fernie Ghostriders 12-3 in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action.In the previous two games Nelson managed to score only two goals — a 1-0 victory over Beaver Valley Nitehawks and a 2-1 loss to Kimberley Dynamiters.Friday, Nelson had no problem with the Fernie goalies, scoring three times in the opening two periods before unleashing a six-goal explosion in the third period on the winless Ghostriders. Cooper, Ethan Beattle and captain Sawyer Hunt each scored twice for Nelson with singles going to Ryan Piva, Justin Podgroenko, Zach Morey, David Sanchez, Jack Karran and Jackson Zimmermann.Ethan Land and Beattle finished the game with three points while Dash Thompson, Sanchez, Hunt, Karran and Zimmermann all had two points.Nelson goalie Josh Williams, won for the second time this season as the Leafs outshot the Riders 41-17.The win moves the Leafs into a four-way tie for top spot in the Murdoch Division with Castlegar, Grand Forks and Spokane.Nelson completes an early-season, four-game home stand Saturday when Columbia Valley Rockies pay a visit to the Heritage City.Game time is 7 p.m.The Rockies were blasted 9-3 in Castlegar Friday by the Rebels.