SHARE By Gary Truitt – Dec 16, 2016 Also on Friday, Holcumb tagged Bill Konyha to head the Office of Community and Rural Affairs.“Throughout Bill’s time as the Director of Community and Rural Affairs, he has demonstrated his strong ability to represent the challenges and opportunities shared by rural communities across the state,” said Lieutenant Governor-elect Suzanne Crouch. “I look forward to working with Bill to further improve Indiana for all Hoosiers.”Bill Konyha has been the Executive Director at Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs since his appointment in January of 2015. Previously, he served as the President and CEO of the Economic Development Group of Wabash County, Inc. and was the Executive Director for both Fayette County and Tipton County. Governor Mike Pence awarded Konyha with the Sagamore of the Wabash award in 2013. Ted MckinneyHolcomb Reappoints McKinney to Head ISDAIndiana Governor-elect Eric Holcomb announced that Ted McKinney will remain as head of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture. McKinney’s reappointment had been largely expected, but his name had also been mentioned in national media reports as a possible candidate for U.S. Secretary of Agriculture in the Trump administration. “Ted is a dedicated leader whose experience both on the farm and in corporate agribusiness is a unique asset to the Hoosier state,” said Holcomb. “In this role, Ted has and will continue to pursue bold initiatives that affect Hoosiers, Americans, and global citizens alike.” Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Holcomb Reappoints McKinney to Head ISDA McKinney was appointed as Director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture in January 2014, and in 2015 additional responsibilities were added as the Director of Agribusiness Economic Development within the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC). Prior to government service, Ted was director of Global Corporate Affairs for Elanco Animal Health and also served in a number of roles at Dow AgroSciences, his last as Leader of Food Chain, Industry, and States Affairs. He serves as a co-chair of the National FFA Conventions Local Organizing Committee for Indianapolis and is a member of numerous boards including the Indiana State Fair Commission and Board. McKinney is a graduate of Purdue University. “At the heart of it, Indiana is agriculture, and Ted’s vast knowledge and experience will continue to serve Hoosiers well as ISDA Director,” said Lieutenant Governor-elect Suzanne Crouch. “Hoosiers have every reason to believe that Ted will continue to support, grow, and advocate for Indiana’s food and agriculture sector.” SHARE Holcomb Reappoints McKinney to Head ISDA Previous articleClosing CommentsNext articleRyan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for December 19, 2016 Gary Truitt
Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Concern over new resource building plans for Letterkenny RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Google+ AudioHomepage BannerNews By News Highland – November 8, 2019 Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest Twitter FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Previous articleSoccer: Donegal player wins award at American UniversityNext article40 people awaiting in-patient beds at LUH News Highland DL Debate – 24/05/21 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Suitability concerns have been raised over plans for a new building to house a number of services in Letterkenny.The proposed building is to be located near the Public Services Centre and it’s anticipated that CARA house will be relocated there among other facilities.CARA, a family resource centre, is currently operating out of a number of locations in the town and it had been hoped that they would all be amalgamated under the one roof.However it’s understood that CARA staff are concerned over the design of the building and that there may not be ample space for them.The project is due to go to tender but Cllr Michael McBride is hopeful that a solution can be found in the eleventh hour:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/mcfghghhgfhgfbride.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
Norwich chief executive David McNally says the club are hoping to name their new manager within days. But Adams was unable to prevent the Norfolk club from losing their top-flight status, with the board admitting to making mistakes and feeling “frustrated, hugely disappointed and embarrassed” by relegation. However, McNally revealed Adams is “a credible candidate” for the managerial vacancy with the likes of former City captain Malky Mackay, Celtic boss Neil Lennon and Gianfranco Zola also being linked to the position. The club had hoped to make an announcement “within a week” but after Sunday’s deadline passed, McNally and joint majority shareholders Delia Smith and her husband Michael Wynn Jones appeared on Radio Norfolk for a special phone-in on Monday morning. When asked if Norwich have made an approach for a new manager, McNally said: “No we haven’t. We are still in the process. “We announced the search started after the season ended. It is probably going to take a little longer. “We are talking to a short list of candidates. We are taking a few days longer than we indicated but it is only days. “Neil is definitely a candidate and a credible candidate. He accepted the poisoned chalice and managed the team through a very difficult period.” On the possibility of appointing fans’ favourite Mackay, McNally added: ” As a man I don’t know him very well, Delia and Michael probably know him better from his time at the club. I know his place in Norwich City folklore and his success as a Championship player. Press Association McNally also confirmed a position of technical director will be part of the new management structure at Carrow Road. The Canaries placed youth team coach Neil Adams in charge for the final five games of the Barclays Premier League season following the sacking of Chris Hughton on April 6. “I think it’s unfair on any candidate to confirm or otherwise because somebody is going to get the job and others won’t and I don’t think that’s right.” Many fans have accused the board of not acting sooner by replacing Hughton in January but celebrity chef Smith responded: “There wasn’t anybody else out there. “We didn’t feel at that time there was anybody out there so we had a decision to make, do we bring in a kind of caretaker, so there were one or two names we were looking at, or go with a manager who is winning home games?” She added: “We got it wrong. It might have happened that if we got a caretaker manager in that we might have stayed up. But there was no guarantee.”